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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 August 1901

Two hundred bushels of po? tatoes remove eighty pounds of "actual" Potash from the soil. Unless this quantity is returned to the soil, ^, the following crop will materially decrease. \V<- have book* telling abotat composition, use and value of fertilisers for variou* crops. They are sent free. , GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 N__kiu St., New York. ARTISTIC PUBLICATIONS issued by Thi Bal-I-TOre & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Passenger Department of the Balti? more _ Ohio Railroad have Issued a Guide to Washington, whifth In many respect- ex aela all other guides published, both In .rtlstio appearance and careful description lot pola;} of la: _..t Usu d ,i ity. Tte ront clover of the book is embellished with alhandsome steel ong.iaved portrait of the ?Stuart" Washington. The reverse cover bears an American flag in the grasp of an eagle. The Inside pages couta _ recent photographs of ail the Governn-ont Build? ings with correct information co.ce-ninK them, toge...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 August 1901

THE LEXINGTON Vol. 97. No. 40 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, August 28 1901. THE COMM. VER, Issued Weekly. Hox w. j. ______ William J, Bryn Editor and* Publisher. LINCOLN, : ? NEBRASKA. TERMS-Payable la Advance. One Year. $1.00 Six Months.60 Throe Months.35 Single Copy. .Oo No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. 0. order, Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. The Gazette has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and The Gazette one year for $22,*", cash with order. Send your uame und post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington. Va. PROIE^IONAT. CARDS. WP. HOI STON, J Attorney-at-Law, Lbxinoton, Vi FIANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, "LEXINGTON, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law-"* Lbxinoton, Va. J. Preston Moore. Frank Moor MOORE &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 August 1901

___enl Ibnclnsion tiring the week. __ittee now has _ Question otW, court system to lettie and debate ok thi. subject was completed before/ the recess was i aken. The Comm ttei^on Education is a'so ready to report In the ccnventiton the discussion oi the qu-sti?n of submission of the Con? stitution has enraged almost the en? tire attention of Y-ie b dy for the pasi two days. / Thic debate wild continue during tbe week and wi 1 p< obably consume that mucn nmej T,_e aide speeches male by Messrs. P>rks, OlFlaherty.Steb - bins and Harrf son, since the debate was iesumedJhas sharpened the ap? petite of rjfftubers for moro. Th* event ^J^f6'lmorrow's session will be tLe Ppeech of Mr. Carter G!/iss in exposition and explana'ion of what the Norfolk pledge really meant, Mr, Glass wull not only support the contention th -t tbe convention has the power to proclaim tbe Coc-titutioo.but he will snow that it has the right t. do so uuder a proper construction of the Nerf oik re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 August 1901

"MOTHER! Si A Book tor Girts and Women JT tells plain facts that cvcryoi ought to know. Its commor pain, trouble and anxiety. C sent upon request, to one person dresses. If the readers of this ann expectant mother?, they will do tin having this book sent to them. Adc TILE BB__-I-___- RE-ll .AT Oil I 0 W Personals Mrs. Robert E. Hutton relatives in Baltimore. is visitim * * Mrs. James K. Edmondson is visit? ing friends in Staunton. * * Miss. Nellie Deaver is visiting relatives in Harrisonburg. * * Mrs. Marshall J. Weaver ia visiting r.'atives in Brunswick, Md, * * Mrs. E. A. Quisenberry is visiting fiiedf and relatives in Roanoke. Mr. A. '? Nelson Myers is spending bis vacation at Virginia Beach. * * Miss. Mary Belle Ford has returned fro o a visit to relatives in Indianapolis Ind Judge and Mrs, Wellford of Rich mond are the guest, of Dr, H. A. White. Daniel Brown, of Knoxville, TenD., is visiting his mother, Mrs, Malvina M, Brown. Mies, Annie^L. Greintr from a two weeks, visit Lynch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 August 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 arc sent free. ARTISTIC PTJBL1CA i i ISSUED BY rii_ Faltisore & Ohio Railroad. GLIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Passenger Department of tho Rain? more _ Ohio Railroad have issued a Guith to Washington, which in many respects ex aels all other guides published, both in artistic appearance and careful description ?>f p >in -i of i'i -i-s' i i ', i ? tiri itv. Th* front cover of the book is embellished witb iijliaiiilsouio 6teol engraved portrait of the ?Stuart" Washington. The reverse covei bears an American flag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Build .'ngs with correct information concerning them, together with other interesting feat ures of the city, and the very latest map. opios wi...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 September 1901

LEXINGTON Vol. 97. No. 41 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, September 4 1901. -{$1.50 a Ye THE COMIC VE I? Issued Weekly. William I. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, : . NEBRASKA. TERMS-Payable In Advance. One Year. . $1.00 Six Months.60 Three Months. Single Copy.05 No fokfettof canvassers are employed. Terras 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. Do not send inilivkJn.il checks or stamps. The Gazette has made a clubbing errangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and The Oazbttk one year for a2-2o, cash with order. Send your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington. Ya. l'ROFE^SIONAL CARDS. ?ar w P. HOI STON, .Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Ya F^ANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Ya ROBERT CATLETT, [Attorney-at-Law, 'Lexington, Ya WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-LawT Lexington, Va. J. Preston Moore. Frank Moor MOORE _ MOORE, At...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 September 1901

The Gazette, PT-tLUBB- BY B-i*olay -to Oompany f.;l tl the __.to_l.eat L.xington, V_ assonoiid-.I-.- matter. _?*--____...__ <_._.,-.-__, mjcj-?.- iii ?ian liwr_-.-^_. r/7/. DUTY OE TfTE HOUP Sun Jay morning seems tu us a good time lo say a wor I about tho responsi? bilities nnd duty of citizenship This ionic is always timely aud in order, bul it is particularly so just now, tot, e ara in a st-tte af revolution. Wo lave use rubied a convention lo :evise i ije Constitution, which meaus that we piopose to rewrite tbe organic 1 <w of the stat-. Iq a litt'e while wo shall have completed tLis woik and must adop oor antonomy to the order of things. The work will not hive been completed when the Constitutional Convention .hall have finisued up its labors and adjourned. Let us kpep well in mind the fact that the c mven tion was called to make a Constitution, not a code. The Constitutional Con? vention will frame an instrument which wi 1 deal only with the fundamental 11...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 September 1901

ZtWiMttaWttWiA "WOTHERI A Book faa* Glrln Si anti Women __, OT tells plain facts that every ought to know. Its comm pam, trouble and amciety. sent upon request, to one perso; tinton. If the readers of this an expectant mothers, they will do t having this book sent to them, Ai THK _I_U>FU~_P BECl'-ATOI Personals About 50 Cadets have report-id fo duty at the V. M. I. ? * Miss Mary Boyd, of Lynchburg, i. the g.est of Mrs- W. C. Stuatt. * ? Miss Minnie Pierson is the guest ol Mr. .fames Lackey, on Timber Ridge, ? ? Mi68.132-jsie Northern, of Richmond, is vibiting her mother, Mrs. Lo u .'Northern. Miss. Lilly Deaver has gone to the Rockbridge Baths cn a vacation for (en days. * _ Miss. Edith Stratton, of Buea Vista is visiting the family of Mr. T. J H-ldebrand. * * Miss Annie Pitzer and cousin, Miss 1 lizabeth Keys, of Washington, D. C., are visiting relatives at Gala, Va. * * Mr, Carroll Moore, who has been ' ngaged with the U. S. Timber Sui rey orps, during the summer, is at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 September 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8% Potash should bc used. Our" books furnish useful information on all subjects relating to crop raising. They arc . i.r? sent free. AUTISTIC PDBLICATION issued by Tue Baixikore & Ohio Railroad, GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Passenger Department of the Balti? more A Ohio Railroad have issued a Guide lo Washington, whieh in many respects ex aels all other guides published, both in .rtUtic appearance and careful description of p.?in ?? of Int irest ia t.) ai ta- ity. The ' rout cover of the book is embellished with a|handsomo steel engjaved portrait of the ?Stuart-' Washington. The reverse cover bears au American flag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Build? ings with correct information concerning hem, together with other interesting feat t res ot the city, and the very latest map. uopies will be sold at the prin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 September 1901

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol .17. No. 4 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, Sept ember ll 1901. i$h50 a Year th; commover: Issued Weekly. Boy. W. J. Brtak. William i. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, : . NEBRASKA. TER3IS?Payable in Advance. One Year. . $1.00 Six Months.60 Three Months. 35 Single Copy.05 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All mouey should be sent by P. O. order. Express order or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stumps. The Gazette has made a clubbing .rrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner aud Tiik Gazkttk one year for $2-2). cash with order. Send your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington. Va. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ' W P. HOI STON, Attorney-at-Law, I_____-_T__r, Va FHANK T. GLASGOW. Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, 'Lbxinoton, Va w T. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Lawl" Lkxinoton, Va. Preston Moore. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 September 1901

The Gazette, puBLisnsn BY Barclay tjto Opmpany t^vo.l at tho Postoffloe at Lexi ngtou, Va assenond-class matter. Hugo's Estimate of the Negro Colonel J. Hampton Hoge is the lie publican candidate for governor oj Virginia. He caunot hope to beelected witbou* securing tbe solid support of tbe 140,000 negro citizens of the State, rn,*! yet the convention which nomi n itt il him gave the negro the cold ? i ul er and oom pe led him t i tnke a tm, seat. It wa? the evident purpose i f tl at convention to do what it could 1 j tn e the Republican party of the State Jromthe odium of being called tbe negro party. Though Colonel Hoge depends upo negroes for his chief support, be does not Bsem solicitous ia c nouiate th. good wil of the negro Republicans, it one may judge from tho tone of his interview in Washington the other day, in which he is quotr d as follows; "The negro today is more ii moral, sn . is more nearly a barbatian, thau he wa3 when he was first brought into America. In the South...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 September 1901

The Ordeal is Ti Childbearing is a perfectly nat tion, but it is robbed of its ter the virtue of "Mother's I is known. This unique linimci externally, relaxes all the muse The ordeal ls ft WILL BOLT, of Lynas -Ile, low*, write- " 1 has relieved ray wife o' all cramp*,.hlch it>a.et it - THE BI-_-l-FU> BF.?;l LATOn TO., mmmmmmf Personals -gProf. F. W. Fay was in town thi wee. * ? Miss Mary Miller is the guest o Mrs. R. H. Willock. * * Dr. J. A. Quarles has returned frcn a visit to Montanna, * ? Miss Ecbols, of Glasgow,is the guesi Ot Mrs. J.T. McCrum. * ? Miss Viol_t Partlow, of Alexandria, is visiting friends here. * * Pr, Howe and family have returned fron ;beir summer vacation. * ? Miss Susie Rhodes has returned from a visit to friends in Roanoke. * * Mrs, Thornton Whaling has re? turned fiona a visit to her old home. There will le an excursion from { Harrisonburg to Lexington next San day. * * Miss Nannie W. Jordan, of New York, is the guest of Mrs, E. H, Bar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 September 1901

THK NEW WAY. COMMON ShNSEloF WOMEN, Ladies should Kesidof thc Latest and Most SuOOMsfal Importation from Fiaiiee All vomankin I -May PosOOM Bright Eyes, Fair Skin, Stwpgth an*! Mood Health. So un Di. L-Bord, the tomoo* Fwnph ...ii-.-tionerwho has devoted Ul whole lifo io the study of woman, and has won the hlsibvMt dtatiuotlon through Iii- wonderfully ?ObMMto] prr-ctloe among the tat families ofFMl* WOMANAHBROINX Woman is a heroine, says the Doctor,and ber remarkeMe endoronoe and ability to with-'and tne most Uyiog ordeal compel*, ndrnlrotloo. She is a slave to the Natural Mo i .,4v of Uer sox, which bo often causes _,,._? to ondoe the greatest trials, and s nffe In silence, rather than consult ever her Family Physician, fearing to expose horsoif to necessary questioning and probable ex? amination. __--_? A LIFE STUD*. Recognizing this fact early in his practice, Dr. LiHoarJ has, by years of study aud close application, evolved an entirely new method of treatment.forall ailments pec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 September 1901

LEXINGTON Ga__.j_.TTE Vol .97. ]\v 43 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, September, 18 190J. <{ $1,50 a Year THE COMIC \TEB, Iesued Weekly. Hos W. g. Uit-?* William J. Bryan Editor aud Publisher. LINCOLN, : ? NEBRASKA. TEUMS-Payable in Advance. OneYear. $1-00 Six Months.60 Throe Months. 35 Single Copy.05 No travlni; 0_---__-N ere enipKiy--r|. Terms for localagents sent upon application. All mouey should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. he Gazette has made a clubbing trrangement willi Colonel Bryan whereby ne can furnish Tbe Commoner and Tiik Ca/.kttk one yeer lot .2-25. cash with order. Send your uaine und post oflice addivs.-.'to THE GAZETTE. Lexington. Va PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WP. HOI STON, ^Attorney-at-Law Lbxinoton, Va F1ANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lbxinoton, Va |>OBERT CATLETT, IV Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law Lexington, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 September 1901

The Gazette, i'pni.isii_n ht 3 _:-_>_-_y cf. Company t ? -j 1 at t_. i'.> Mollee at Loxlngtcn, Yu ae.-jeond-class matter. Democratic Ticket, Foil G.VEItN.R, Auurew J. -J n'ague, of MitUlesei For I ievte.vakt Governor, Jo . ph E. Wil ard, of Fairfax. For Attorney General, Will am A. Anderson, of R.-kbri 1gf{ LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For the Senate, Kobert Catlett. For th. Hoi.se of Delegates, W. K. Winbcurr, Jno. T. Sale. Election Tuesday, Nov. 51b, 1901. A NATIONAL CALAMITY The death ol President McKinley b the bullut of an ass tssin m ist be re girde 1 ns a great natio ial calamity. The first announcement of the crim plunged the whole country into mourn? ing. People of ev ry parly and even section resented the attack cn the Presi? dent as a personal injur}-, and de nounced tbe perpefritor of the crime. \\'h<n tha cheering bulletins day aftei day came 'rom Baffa'o the tension of public feeling was sensibly relieved, and the belief was al nost universal th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 September 1901

A New Comer E It will bring joy and comfort, e is made easy to the mother. Children born under painful ci rounding- before or during accon strong, hearty and healthy. Parents and relatives should rt "Mother's Friend"tor ex simple and effective liniment, relievi ing the muscles. There is nothing s,! li r__Dnwflrt^arMUVreipraMp.l<ionre ,: TIIK BKADPIEt.D lil il ? \ :?*:; _mmmmm Fersojials F~ lim, C. A. Lacy is the t uest of her son in Covington, Va, Mrs. Thornton Wha'iaghas returned j from a visit to her mother, in Soath Carolina. -Irs. Joseph Glasgow and daughter, of Staunton, are visiting tha family of Mr. Wil iam A. Glasgow. * * Miss Corse and Miss Etbel Corse, of Alexandria, are visiting the family of Mrs. Montgomery B. Corse. * v Miss. Eleanor Barclay, who has been the guest of Mrs. W. P. Houston, ha returned to her home in Richmond. Mr. H. W. Ba> clay and wife, have r turned from their biidal trip and are at "Trybrook," the home of the bride. * ? Mts. Mary ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 September 1901

THE NEW WAY COMMON SkNSE FOF WOMEN. Ladies should Boad of tho Latost nnd.M il Successful Importation from Fiance AU womankind May Poaaaaa Bright Eye,, Fair Skin. Strength aud Goad Health. Bo a_ya Dr. LaBord, the tamoaa Pranoh pmotloner who haa devoted his whola to the atady of woman, and has won the nighest distinction through his wonderfully .neeta*.-] practloe anions tho ilrat famili of Parla WOMAN A HEROINE Woman is a heroine, says the Dootor,an 1 her remarkable eoxtaranoe and ability lo withataad the moat -lying ordeal compels admiration. She is a slave to the Natural Mo-lesty of her sex, which so often causes her to endue the greatest trials, and raffa In -silence, rather than consult ever hei Family Physician, fearing to expose horsolf to accessary questioning and probable ex? amination. A LIFE STUDY. Ueeognizing this fact early in his practice, Dr. LaBoard has, by years of study aud close application, evolved an entirely now method of tiwi liuail'f fir all ailments peculiar t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 September 1901

T'H _P _H_ JL c__3__--,*-? G_%_z,i__TTE. - Vol 1)7. No. 44 Lexington, Rockbrid?o County, Virginia, Wednesday, September 25 1901. <($U0aYear THECOMMdVEIi Issued Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA. THUMS -Payable In Adv.an.v. On.V-'iu'. Mont Us.CO ThrM Months. 35 Siti.'" Copy.".I Ko travel bu oanviaaera ure employed, ranna fur looa! agents eent uponappllcatlpn. All money should be __ut by P. O (inl-r. Bxprea. order or by bank draft on New York or Chloago, Do not eend individual ? ?'?-.>? ? - or Btamps. nu'' ,ii'i (H>-i ".'li- ? ;uliir-.-. TIIi; GAZETTE. Lexington. Va. BO.E-* ONA . dOI ttl t vMK Attorney ut-Law, Lr-xuroToa, Va ROBERT CATLETT, _ Attorney-at-Law, LazraeTOH. Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law J. Paxaroa Moore. Lbxinoton, Va. ___.__: Mnuii \XOORE & MOOR -VA Attorneys-at-Law and Notary Public, Lexington. Va. W ill practice lu Rockbridge mid adjoining n tlee p aetal attention given to the Collection o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 September 1901

The Gazette, PT!BUSH*- UV a?rol_y ?*. Company [-??il ?k tho IVxto-leeat Lo-lngton, Va :t-.s io >_-ol&_e matter. msmmmsaammmmam Democratic Ticke.. Poa G-vernor, , dies ,1. ii -mugil,*, vt Middlesex. FOR I.IEITENANT GOVERNOR, Jo < ph E. Wilardi of Fairfax. For. Attorney General, William A. Anderson, of Rockbridge; LEGISLATIVE TICKET. 7 fem the Senate, Robert Catlett. Fob the House of Delegates, W. R. Winboun?, Jno. T. Sale. Election Tuesday, Nov. 5tb,JL901. ONCE IN TWO YEARS Probably some suspicious people wil promptly think and say that Rich? mond newspapers have selfish motive fer opposing the chance of session* o tbe State Le-jjis aturo fro . once in two j ears to .nee in four years. There ?* >m idea that the ci y ot Richmond a q niei enormous profits and advant? ages fr.m each session t_ the Legis? lature, the troth is the sivhg to tbis city ol her pioport'on of ihe c >.-t of the i-e-sion would nearly balance any money _punt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 September 1901

(mmwiMM lief for the Gei " Mother's Friend" is during the nine trying months bcfo is ..simple liniment of marvelous y relaxation of the muscles, allays all lieves distressing headaches, cram lt is a blessing In a b confinement of all its pain. " Mother's Friend " ls told by all responstWs e b-ttl<>. If lt cannot be fo.incf we -111 ten,l it where in the Vnltect States upon receipt of price. ?jin: mtAitfiFi.it r..:?:i i.atoh c Wc pal I,sh a l_ok on " Motherhood" thu ty. can have mailed free upon request. Fer so fiats Mr. Hany Bayliss, of Wythetiil., il in town. * * Mn. V\m Crawford, of Newporl Ne?s, is vn-iting re'atives here, * * Miss Ebzibeth Agnor has returned fro n a visit to Newport Neva. ? * Mr. W. O White, of Richmond, spent Sunday with bis family here. Mr. It, T. McLeod, of the State Auditors office, wis in town to-day. * * Mrs. Neptune Buckner, of Asheville, N J., is visiting her mother, Mrs. R, L. Northern, ? * ?h\ Jitues Phil ip*, f Wa-hington c unty, ...

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