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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 June 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8% Potash should be used. Our books furnish useful information on all subjects relating to crop raising. They are sent free. I GERMAN KALI WORKS < 93 Nassau Street, New York. rm &T-i> AB US J IC PUBLICATIONS If SUED BY Tie B.vLimoKE & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON The Passenger Department ot the Balli- ? more & Ohio Railroad have issued a Guide to Washington, which in many respects ex eels all other guides published, both in artistic appearance and careful description ol points of interest in the Capital City. The front cover of the book is embellished with a handsome steel engaavod portrait of the 'Stuart" Washington. The reverse cover bears an American flag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Build? ings with correct information concerning them, together with other interesting feat? ures of the c...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 June 1901

THE LEXINGTON Gaz^TTE. VaI. 97. No. )"} Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia* Wednesday, June 19, IDOL *{ $1,50a Year I V? sj- . ? THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, : ? NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Year. fl -00 Six Months.00 Three Months.35 Sfbgle Copy.05 No travol'ng canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be seo! by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New "York or Chicago. Po not send individual checks or stumps. HE GAZKTTE has ii:ade a clubbing trrangement wilh Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and TheCa/.ette one year for $2.2'.. cash with order. Send your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE. L?zli.gtou, V.-i. iROhE I OSAI v\ P. HOI STo.N. Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va 1 "*ANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va. ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, I___XMTO_ra Va* W. T. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law'; Lexisgton, Va, Preston Moore. Frank Moo...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 June 1901

The Gazette, PUBLISHED BY B Arolay _?_ Company ttrod at the Postofflceat Lexington, Va as second-class matter. r ? " Sensible The most seudblo a tide we have see-, on the quo-fcion of an adjourn ment of the Convention until fall, we clip from the editorial columns of the Richmond News. If the Convention intends to taite a recess until fall what was the use of the extra session of the last Legislature? One of the greatest arguments used then, was, that tbe Convention could complete its work and submit it to the people for ratifica? tion or rej action at ths fall election. Now the cry is raised that if tbis question is submitted to the voters in the fall we may loose our State officers. This is all bosh. Gentlemen stay in Richmond and do your duty to your people. The Ne .vs ea vs: We take but little stock io the dis? cussion of the questions of either ad? journing the Convention for an extend? ed time or the transferring of its sit? tings to any other place. When the time for its conv...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 June 1901

THE FIRST BORN is naturally a subject of wonder and worriment to the young mother. Happy and easy will she be if some kind friend tells her of the marvels of relief to be obtained by the use of "Mottler's Friend" There is nothing in the world like this simple liniment, used externally. It relaxes all strains and distensions, soothing headaches and nerv? ousness, as well as relieving'' morning sickness." Of Druggists st at, of sent by express paH on receipt of price. Write for Illustrated 1?ok containing testim-my,. r.-id Talusb.elnfor-naHnnf rall Mot-en, free. Tat- BradlK-ld l.-sul-tor Co.,AtUura.<.n. [mmmwmwmwwmmwmi Personals Mrs. Walter Crawford, of Roanoke, is visiting friends here. Mies Rosa Quisenberry is visiting friends in Oriental, N. C. Miss Eliza Dillon, of Indian Rock, is the guest of Miss Rosa Brooke. Miss Blanch Zollman, of Zollnion, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Ettinger, Mr. 0. R. Charlton and family, of Newport News, are visiting relatives here. Mr. Ballard Crawf...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 June 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8X Potash should be used. Our tvok*- furnish useful information on Alt subject*, relating to vt\*j* raising. They are ont free. ARTISTIC) PUBLICATIONS issued by The Baliisiobe & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Passenger Department of the Balti? more Sc Ohio Uallroad have Issued a Guide to Washington, which In many respect* ex eels all other guides published, both In artistic appearance and careful description of points of interest In the CapltalCtty. The front cover of the book ls embellished with a handsome steel engaaved portrait of the "Stuart" Washington. The reverse cover bears an American nag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Build? ings with correct Information concerning them, together with other interesting feat? ures of the city, and the very latest map. Copies will be sold at the principal ticket...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 June 1901

THE LEXINGTON 1M Vol. 97. No, 26 Lexington, Kockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, June ?2. 1901, -{11,50a Year TIIK COM MONK Issued Weekly."* William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ? ? NEBRASI TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Year.*.. -*1 Six Months. Three Months. Single Copy. No travel ng canvassers are employ* Terms for local agents sent upon applicate All money should be sent by P. 0. ord' Express order or by bank draft on Ni York or Chicago. Do not send indlvidi checks or stamps. HE G\Z ITT! has made a clubbing .yangemeut wi Colonel Bryan wher.-by wv can' furnish T Commoner and ThkOazette one yeai f .2.2.*). cash with ord*.. Send your name mid pam] office addi- ss THE GAEI ITE VV 1.0. E I > ._?._.? P. Hot ST >, Attorney at-Law, 'Lexington, Va FtANK T. OLASOOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexinoton, Va? ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, ^Lexington, VaJ WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law*, ~**- Lexington, Va. J. Pkbston Moore. Fkank Moe MOORE A MOORE, Attorneys at Law and Ndtary Publ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 June 1901

The Gazette, posiisnm st ?3 av si sa y ?-*? 0<_**__:p'??*y -?on, Va fates a. Re? ward f rrot -ol R, Oyster Kay. IS I. i:? ;'.:>.:.'.-; a I rotirama.nt I ,- be fonn I io have M-vei ?1 strang slrin js attached t > it. Sena or Jones, of Nevada, advises ?untry to keep an eye on Mayor Toni L. Johnson, nf Cleveland, lt is doiajf it. A wi* man--in his own mind?says "tbe South is looking after business". Wonder if ho oas Mina a section of the country that isn't? Find out Mr. McKinley's favorite for the Republican Presidential Domi? nation au J you will ba in striking dis lance of the candidate. Senator Quay seems determine*, lo matte all the money possible before be gives up the coutrol of tho Republican machine iu Pennsylvania. Recent news from tho Transvaal justities President Kruger's refusal t > consider any terms of peac-3 that do not provide for Boer independence. Having discovered tho po >r show that Conger hal to bo nominated governor by tho Iowa Republicane,Mr. ftlcK...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 June 1901

Doctors and Midwives Recommend ?.-'C n because it ij use J externally In cases of the delicate situation of expectant mothers. It is a constant re? lief, robbing childbirth of its terrori. Internal remo dies tire dangerous. " Mother'* Friend " ls a blessing lu a bottle. There is nothing like lt. ?'Tie mother of three chiMren.whotufferec! prratlyln thebl-thof "J\o, I ti '.opain. . ,,?r,| , |,(,?if ?f . Mother's rrienrl' n: ray <lm|t store Irefore her fourth confinement, ind wis re!.e. i ouitkly. All mothers tviio have merl lt ngree thnr labor wis shorter and leis painful." *_ JOHN C. POLHILL, Macon. G.. Sent by express paid on receipt of pri. -.Hi |n?P bottle. Rook. " Motherhood." mailed f'CC to l-dies, coota : ? Inir snd *estimonials. Sold by all Druggists. TUtl UUAJ1I*1E_D KEttlLATOR CO.. Atlnntn. Ca. mmmmfm/rmmm Personals Miss Mary McCrum, of Colorado, is the guest of Mrs, Paul Penick. Miss Minnie Ne wu. an, of Hanison barjr, is tte guest of Mrs. C. M. Poid. Mr. Earnest K. Rhod...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 June 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8% Potash should be used. Our books furnish useful information on all subjects relating to crop raising. They are sent free. AR USMC PUBLICATIONS Tis Baitixore & Ohio Rail-roao. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Passenger Department ot the Balti? more Sc Ohio Railroad have issued a Guide to Washington, which In many respects ex eels all other guides published, both In artistic appearance and careful description of points of interest in the Capital City. The front cover of the book is embellished with a handsome steel engjaved portrait of the 'Stuart" Washington. The reverse cover beats an American flag in the grasp of an ivgle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the G jvernmont Build? ings with corroct information concerning them, together with other interesting feat? ures of the city, and the very attest map. Copies will be sold at the principal ticket offices of ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 July 1901

LEXINGTON Vol. 97. No. 27 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, July 3, 1901._ _{ $1,50 * YmT , m\ rm. I______"" TH VMiM'H, Issued Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN. ? ? NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable In Advance. One Y?ar. ?10? Six Months.?? Three Months.? -M Single Copy.M No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. 1)0 not send individual checks or ptamps. hkG'Zi tti: haa made a clubbing trrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and ThkOazkttk one year fo ?_.__. cash with order. Send your name uno poet office address t< THE GAZETTE. Lexingtoii, V ? ROFE ?ONA! i Ai 1> . JOIST'.*. 1V Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va r 1ANK T. OLASOOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va. ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, |Lexinoton, Va} WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-LawV '_,_, L-XI-GTON, Va. J. Pkxbton Moona. Frank Moo* ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 July 1901

The Gazette, p.B_isn_r> nv __-!-Vol_-y cte Oompauy t'vod at the Poatofflooat Loxiugton, Ya as second-claws matter. A TO LT 1!CAL It EVOLUTION Those who have real Miss Ellen Glasgow's splendid story of Virginia politics, eutitlod '-The Voice of the Peojle," cannot fail ii note thc accuracy with which she portrayed comitg events in this State; nor will they be slow to suspect that in choos? ing the youthful, red-haired "Nicholas Bmr" for her hero, she had io mind the present distinguished young At? torney-General of the State, who is now practically tho nominee of his party for Governor. Miss Glas jow draws a graphic pic? ture of a young man cf clean life, wonderful popularity and matchless eloquence, who, with .superb, moral and pbjsical courage, went before the people _nd under tbe most adverse circumstances swept aside old land? marks and wended his way to power and prestige over tbe prostrate forms of meu who for rn ire than tha lifetime of a generation hal operated the politic...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 July 1901

Personals Mr. Wm. Houston is the guest of Hrs. Nichol. 8 Mr. Carooil Moore has gone to Texas to engage in business. Mrs. Wolf aud daughter of Brazill, are the guest of Dr. Cnirell. Rev. Thornton Whaling, D. D, and Hon. H. St. Ki. Tucker, have gone to Europe. ?.:,:,,?;?. Rednced rates foi photographs at Miley ^ Son's Carbon Studio for summer nu tithe only. Mrs. Amanda Oats, of Arkansas, is tbe guest of her sister, Mrs. E. J! Rowan, at Spot is wool Dr. Jonn D. Myers, who baa been tbe guest of hia brother, Mr. H. H. Myers, haa returned to his home in Huntington, W. Va, leaving his brother, we are glad to learn, much improved in health. ? ' ? Beer Lunch Mr. John Sheridan entertained tbe outgoing and incoming Council's of the town at an enjoyable luncheon at his ice factory on last Saturday night. There waa a flow of both be*r and wit. Hon. W A. Glasgow and Mr. T. H. Deaver, being th** principal speakers. ' ?**>*_* - Deaths MorrsTT?At his residence near Brownsburg, in tbis county on J...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 July 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8% ^Potash should be used. Our books furnish useful -flhrmatioh on all subjects relating to crop raising. They are sent free. ARTISTIC PUBLICATION S ISSUED BT Tue Bal.iwona & Oaio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON The Passenger Department of the Balti? more & Ohio Railroad have issued a Guide to Washington, which in many respects ex eels all other guides published, both In artistic appearance and careful description of pointe of interest jfk the Capital City. The front cover of tho' beoK ls -mueUlsheu with a handsome steel engiaved portrait of the 'Stuart" Washington. The reverse cover bears an American flag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Build? ings with correct Information concerning them, together with other interesting feat? ures of the city, and the very latest map. Copies will be sold at the principal tick...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 July 1901

Oo of Rookbridge mvlftftrj THE LEXINGTON Vol 97. No. 28 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, July 10. 1901. ^ $1.50a Year - THE COMMONER Issued Weekly. Ho*, w. J. Bbi_?. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ? ? NEBRASKA. TERM8?Payable io Advance. OneY?ar. $1.00 Six Months. Three Months.85 Bingle Copy.?> No travel'DR canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New Tork or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks or stamps. HE G\ZKTT E haa iiade a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and The Gazette one year for 12.25. cash with order. Send your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington. Va. I'ROrE-^IONAT, CARDS. t \r p. Hoi RT<*N, * ? Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va F"*UNKT. GLA8GOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va I > OBERT CATLETT, li Attorney-at-Law, XXXINQTON, VaJ WT. 8HIELD8, Attorney-at-Law* Lex...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 July 1901

The Gazette, PUBLI8HKD HT Orvrolay ?_> Company tired at the Postofflceat Lexington, Va assecoud>clas8 matter. Editorial JVotes Wonder if Weather Bureau officials have been investing in stock of sum? mer reso> t hotels? Perhaps King Eddy broke a bottle of Old Scotch when he hypnotized Speaker Henderson. Secretary Gage gets no defense,even from nie party papers, for the Russiau tariff war he blundered into. Perry Heath will have to work bit politicol pull to the limit to keep some of the officials of his "busted" bank oat of jail. Mrs. Carrie Nation has befitted one man by her crazy antics?She bas piven Mr. Nation ground to sue for divorce. That Treasury surplus will look as though it bad been up against a cyclone by tbe time Congress gets through rading it. Instead of turning King Edward's picture io tbe wall tbe United Iri.h Leaguers covered it up with banners of the league. Gen. Joe Wheeler is being lionized at Newport, and it may be that the frisky chap is looking out for...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 July 1901

_ver?,Motber, I can have a about _*fj wil? save n by sending THK BRI 'The work) i Md br bm Ont, \wmtmmmm Personals Kr. John Lindsay is in Roanoke. * * Mr. H. O. Deld left Monday for Paris. Mr. H. Miley has returned from Baltimore. Mr. Alexander Moore, of Richmond, is in town. * * Min Susie Rhodes is visiting friends in Roanoke. ? ? Mrs. R. A. Marr haB returned from a visit to Richmond. ? ? Mr. Horace Moore, of Georgia, is visiting in Lexington. * * Bliss Mary H. Godwin, ot Fincastle, is visiting friends here. Prof W. R. Vance is visiting his? old U home, at She-byvdle, Ey. a * * Miss Ollie Parker, of Staunton, fe visiting Miss Pearl Boude. * * Mr. A. F. Jahuke, Jr., of Roanoke,is ? fas guest of Mr. Fred White. * * Mr. Lewis Gibbs, of Charleston, S. C. is the guest cf bis mother. IC * Miss Annie K. White has gone to spend her va ?'?ttion in tbe North. * * 18 Miss Libby Key?, of Washington] j <c D. C., is visiting Miss Annie Pitzer. | *_ r Miss Mary Qaeries has gone to Montanna, on...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 July 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8% Potash should be used. Our books furnish useful information on all subjects relating to * crop raising. They are ]&&% sent free. *&&&"&& i GERMAN KALI WORKS< 93 Nassau Street, New York. w* ARTISTIC PUBLICATIONS issced by Tue Bai-IHOre & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON The Passenger Department of tho Balti? more & Ohio Railroad have issued a Guide to Washington, which In many respect- ex eels all other guides published, both in artistic appearance and careful description of points of interest in the Capital City. The front cover of the book is embellished with a handsome steel eng.mved portrait of the 'Stuart" Washington. The reverse cover bears au American flag in the grafp of an ~ eagle. Tho inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Build? ings w.th correct information concerning them, together with other inter...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 17 July 1901

THE LEXINGTON Ga^TTE. Vol. 97. No. ?9 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, July 17. 1901._ _^91.50 a Year THE COMMON KR, Issued Weekly. ?aa. w j. B-rAa. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, : ? NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable In Advance. One Year. $1.00 Six Months.CO Three Months.85 Bingle Copy.05, No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should bo sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. HI G\ZETTE has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and The Gazette one year for $2.25, cash with order. Send your name nnd post office address to (THE GAZETTE, Lexington, Va, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 117 P. HOI STON, ;At'x>rney-at-Law, Lexington, V_3 T^ANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, VaJ pO BERT CATLETT, LV | Attorney-at-Law, W ;Lkxington, Va T. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law^* Lexington, Va. Prestos Mo...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 17 July 1901

HIL t-.AZKTTE. ? !'. V .arolay cfc. C. o ___r_ jv xx.-' in, V i asa ond-clas matter. ! ti] i i iUS ". The United bta 1 Bl fiedfiibun i orld. Ci ii, ia | ? rf ul. It ? h?or a bare majority of I wet to di ? i sida vd Act o I wholly to oban . r I and i < by their me; hod ol construing it_ languigo. It is ? conceivable that some law for which tho people had worked for year.,?? law whieh in? volved before ita enactment the .lection of a frieidly n ajorily in the House of Representatives and in thc Senate, and a favor! 1" President,?might be de stroyed at last in the Supreme Uourl le members of Congre__,_ei alor.-, ami Prevde_.il might be retired by the people and acceptable mea e'ected aa their sneeeeso-s, bal mpreme court j isticed me appointed for lil . If they counterman I ti e w il of tbe jJoop o, ruthi.,-- remains bul submission or l evolution. Nol Conatitutiou, which be iheir charl and compass, i- in fact superior to "interpret" il aa they wi 1. and sometunea in a way th I weald...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 17 July 1901

I J&k 5o?e"S __-__: _n<3 oItara have thi-oii<^a tke wear Tli._rttt-.r_U-: li?*, ?.M( Tte b- M--I f it rchet. ? 1 nen |l,. | IMI>.Mlr< Sci,!! l?i m?iJc mfww,mw Personals Mrs. James S. Smith is visiting her sons in Roueevorto, W. Va. ? * Mr. Edwn Coles is visiting hi-i mother, M s. Edwin Cole.. ? * Mrs. Aiiolet of I3uem Vista, is visiting hor son, Mr. H. W, Amil?. ? ? Mr, H. L. Conner, of Ciucinniti, is the guest of Mayor W. F. Pier.on. rn * Mr. Charles Markley, of Baltimore, is visiting his father,Mr. F. A. Mareley, * * Mies Francis White is visiting her un.le, Mr. A. S. White, in Lynchburg. ? # Dr L. K. Walz, of Lexiugt-jp, Ky. is tho guest of his fatner, Mr. Wm Wah. * * Mr, Robert A. Shirley has moved bia family to Norfolk, where they will reside. * $ Mr. F. L. Young and family left Mon Jay for a two weeks' visit to Norfolk. Mies jNena Dobbins, of Knoxville, Tenn., is visiting tba family of Mrs, S. 13. Fuller. * * Mr. Howard Campbell, of Roanoke, was tho guest thi. ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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