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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 September 1901

THE NEW .WAY COMMON -kNSE FOB WOMBN. ' Head of ibo Latest and Moat Sttocessful Importation from Prance ttenktn-l Hay Possess BrlnM Ejes, .in. .- tr.n?th aud Go "i Health. : ? Dr. L-Bord, the famou otedhtowhi ? " h..to_"T___?, li? the tt.s1 families | i_ WOMAN A HEROINE .. Doctor, u : nd ability to -atural ty of her sex, whi causes li ir to endue thegroetest trials, and suffe ? Oe, rather than POOSUll eVM -W Family Physician, fi arlng to aspoee hersell to necessary questioning and probable es rt'iii I'tion. AU PK STUD.. K-cogni-lng this fact early In bia practice, Or. ____oard has, by years of *tudy and close application, evolved an entirely new u" ho I oftreatinent for al I ailmi'iite peculiar sen, which has met with unbounded milds Branch otiicos. managed ad puysJ ians Hider his personal . ,i, are now located In every large ? ol Ku rope ii\ ms superior methods each pat'enl ra '.'iv,'., absolutely free of oharge, full and i I "il advice especially adapted to her i bus avoiding all e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 2 October 1901

THE LEXINGTON Gaa__TTE. Vol 97. No. 45 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, Octobei 2 1901. i $1,50 a Year THE COMMONER, baned Wee..iv. HOS W. .' liKIAN. William J. Bryan, Editor mid Publisher. LINCOLN. ' NEBRASKA. TE HMS-Payable fn Advance. hie War.:.. *1.00 Months.00 Three Months. 35 j Single Copy.05 I?) travwl-R OaVUTaSseis are employed. '?rn* '.i'll-i *jgeiit-< aent upon application. ?\n mo icv th mid be wu by P. <> order, Ei[>r.'-*s order or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual chocks or stamps. H'^ GVZ TTT um nile a Blabbing tirraagtfmeut s-slth C.ilrniei Bryan w ht 'bv w? ? ea i luruisli T ie Cotnmonor and fin: OasSTTS oue year for w%95, cash with order, Seu 1 your oaias and i?o-*t office address to the; GAZETTE, Lexiuirl >u. V * tO F. l\ or p. hoi !Tom, j Vttoniey-at-Law, LssuKnov, Va Fi.YNK T. lir.AiyoW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va llOBIRT CATLE T, IV Attorney-at-Law, Lkxisotox. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 2 October 1901

The Gazette. PCB?tSHSO st Qftrolay ?*? Oomp?~y *_,..,,! ;Vi the Po il .'ii ?i-ai [lexington, Vs assocond-clftsti matter. Democratic Ticket, poa Giv i:i;*\*ok. Ar drew J. Montague, ?l Middlesex. I Foil I Til T1.NANT GoVKUNOR, Joseph E. Wil ard, of Fairfax. Foit Attorney General, William A. Anderson, ol Rockbridge; LEGISLATIVE TICKET. Fon the Senate, Kobert Cat lott. Foe the Hoon of Delegates, R. W Winbourc, Jno, T. Sale. Election Tuesday, Nov. 5tb, 1901. Ill *?*?!? ?? sa*?***-**?! ??? ? SI ??? I I s?i I s*-_--__-*' Public Speaking Hon Joseph E. Willard, Hon. Jame* W, Marshall.Hon. H. St. G. Tuckerbil addr. bs the people of Rockbridge at the Court house on next Mor dar, Oct. 7th, 1901. * I I il 'I " ? ai ? FREEDOM OF SPEECH Some of the Republican papers are suggesting limitations upou the free? dom of speech as a cure for anarchy, ihe editor of The Commoner has as duch reason as any living man to know of tbe abase sometimes heaped upon candidates for office. Ho has been the viet m of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 2 October 1901

? THE FIRST I is naturally a subject of wonder : to the young mother. Happy an bc if some kind friend tells her < of relief to be obtained by the list "Mother's Fri There '. Tithing in thc world li liniment, used externally. It rel: nnd distensions, soothing hc.-idac ousness.as well as relieving "mon Of nnicjr'st-s M 01, cr tent I v cxpress paid on reo illustrated book contalnlrr.." rstini'UilaltSi Ur. Mothers, Inc. "*ho Ilrudili'ld Hrsrulator wmmmtmm WStl FlO Miller's Lchooli The firs football pome of I be s iso: was played here Sept. 1:7, ti- tweei Washington and Lee University am MilWs Intlnst'ial School,of Albemarle re ultinu in a score of 10 tu 0 in favoi of the University. The rig Lt bab bid of the visitors susta ned a seriou* injury. Time nf halves.fifleen minutes To ciidowus, Smith, lj Fielder, 1, Um ire, Tucker, of 'Varsity; Jotnson, of V. M, I., referee. Time-keepers, Dr. DeLny, of 'Varsity, and Prof. R bb, of M lier's. Sun Bros.' Shows From Raleigh. N. C. News-...

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

lilli NEW WAI COMMON SkNSE POII WOMEN Ladies should Kendor tho Latest and Mot Buooes-tal importation from France All w,.i.i.i:;kii.! May Posses! Bright Eyes Fun Skin. BttVOgth and Good Ilea.!'; Boons Dr. LoBord, the famous l*Vnei |. nilli. ?l,.r who has devote I his whole lld lu tbe study of woman, and bas won tm highs*! distinction through his wonderful!] huToI practice kiaona; the Urst fomlltei ol Puris. WOMAN A HEROINE IV.au isa heroine, lays the Dootor.sod ? ebie euduranoe an 1 ability '.o withstand too most toying ordeal oompel. it'liiiiiation. Bbs ls a slave to the Natural MoU.'.-tv of hes sex, which so often causes her to endue the greatest trials, ,and sidle iii slleoce, rather than consult ever her Family PoTSlolOD. fearing to expose herself to necessary questioning and probable e_ otolootloD, A LIFE BTUDY. KSCOgaialag this fact early lo his practice. Dr, LmKoanl has, by years of study aad sloss application, e.olvcd an entirely nsw method of treatment foi all ail .neills po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 October 1901

the lexiv;toj\ i - "aau-.-?..?i_3jtai... ., Vol 97. No, 46 irineton, Itocktopylge County, Virqfriia. fl edn sday, Octobei 9 1901. ?{ $1,50 a Year THECOMMOVEL [saned Weekly. William J. Biyan, Editor and PabUshflr. [NCOLN, ? ? NEBRASKA. TEKM8 -Payable In Advance, ()m*Y ?1.00 co Months. Tin-.'.- Mootha . 88 Single Copy.M Ni trurol tig oaov asera ari employe1!. rerma fir local ig-iut^scul upon applicai lon. Ai. money ah mid be - by P. 0 . ri c - order or hr ba ik draf on Now ?' ? ? ' i ? 'herks Ol slillll|iS._ HR GAZKTT ., i ? . i ? . , ' . i i ? ly i v.. ? ? i ur um i I* ?? .' i ii'ii i ? iii .' i . 1 w. :; 1*1 D';'' -. <i-i~>. <? ? ? , vii i .ir.I r. >>"i I j ii ? i ?! : ' . ? ;i ? ? .; I 1 ? ?- - , I i: i..-.\ Kl .... I i I'ROFE low: i-Alt DH. 17 P. UOI SToN, l V .Vtlni?n.-y-iii-l.iiw, I.KMNUIilN", \ A r |ANK T. >'? ? Iti .ow, P Attorney-at-Law, LkZIHQTOH, Va )OBEHT CATLE T, 1 Attorney-at-Law, LlZIafeTOaf. Va llfT. SHI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 October 1901

The Gazette. PUBLISHED BY Barclay e**? C3o*co.r>a?.y tired at the Postoffloe al Lexington, Va ' " .-ftsseconcl-claas matter_ Democratic Ticket. Foil GoVKIiNOIl. Andrew J. Montague, of Middkwa. For Lieitenaxt Govi-nxoR, Joseph E. Wil ard, of Fairfax. For Attorney General, William A. Anderson, of Rockbri Ige LEGISLATIVE TICKET. FOR ' SHE SENATE, Robert Catletl. For the Hovse of Delegates, R. W Winbourr, Jno. T. Sale. Election Tuesday, No*.. 5tb. 1901. WASHINGTON AND LEU In a letter to tue New Torie Ev$n fig- Po t n refe-cnee t > his effort tn r-.ise $100,300 for Washington an i i ee Unive-sity, Lexin ton, Va., Mr. Herbert Welsh, of Philadelphia, Bia'es that $71,578 lifts be-n sub cril ed h fi-, of wh'ch sum s38,950 ca-h is o deposit wi h thc Gird- > Life and Irusi Codjpanv It is iirp rt int, ho says, that the while $100,000 b* com let'ed by nexi Ja marv, Bia>e $10,000 of t c subscriptions aire* Iv *>ecu*-d are con diuoned ' jon th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 October 1901

^iiiiiWiiWmmiit Every Mother, E or can have a about -f#j will save n by lending xii i iii; i "Thc world -' Sold by best Dru ' ext Mr. VV. B. Logan, of Keir' Creek is, so far, thc cuamp on corn rai-er of it->*kt>rid$-e, nome of which is on exhi bi iou at tins offic, which measures lily nc ,e* i . louf-th and is of the flint aiiety Next A Sad Desth vii. Charles Ful**r led at the Ho; Sprin -s, Ark., ou Mon.lav m*?ti', th rem uns ail be brought here to-dm fur inter 3 ent. Mr. Fuller was asm I i.x. ?"?>? 15. F lier ol th s place, au I ,v na'*1'1'' 'fi hi'sd'V ust t \_{a i>obbins, of Knoxville, Tenn. PER IAPS YOU WONEER. lie orin -a log 0 ?'d that rn ide lust wi er "'olou: misery will b- as ba i i- v a . Ce tam v u >t, if you take All ? i' L mg 13 Ism wheu tickl n-.' ind ra-vns'iu ihe turoat anuounce tn piesence <if the old enemv. Do not x^e-i the cold o wear i,self out. Take ti.e r.glit rnesmif in t'uie. A!l--n's Lun liaU....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 October 1901

IDS Ll li LE OA.MF, An Irishman took atwmtractto dig pnblewell. Wh?nhebad dug uh u {.-?j tyfivefeet down he cama om morning and found it cared -n-..ti. imvIo h. lor. Pal looked cauli ualy ronnd and .aw ibat no one a n, ar; then took off his bat and coat ai.d , , ,-.,.? (1! the windlaa-, erawle in 0WMi,ebu-*bet.Dd waaled ?v,-..i. i? n ,h r time the eitlMna dla l0vered that tbe well bad cavei i andaeeingPafahatand eoat on tb win llass they svjppoard te was nt th. bt tt n rf the excavation, Only a few boor, ff brisk tl.-in cleared tbe lojae eiatb from the we. Jost as the eager citisei-s had reaehe tbe bottom, and wore wonderm whera the body was, Pat came walkin out out of the bushes and g.-o naturedly thanked for lelievm,- him o a sorry pb. Soire of the lire 1 diggora were dis gusted, but th.* jokj wu- too good t allow of any thing mote than a heart laugh, which soon followed,?Tit Bits. _ FOUB LTS1Y BABIES AT BIRTH. C licago, lil., Beptfmbar 80?Mr J i ep.i HaOrnsby, aged 80, who ha twi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 October 1901

THE LEXINGTON v 7 n 17 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, Octobei 16 1901 -{$150 Y Till <OMM(>vER, I vu,-il Weekly. Boa. W. J. Bat am. William-/. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, * NEBRASKA. TERMS -Payable In Advance. ??neYear. $1.00 Months.60 Three Months. 35 Ingle Copy.05 I N> treval ug oauvvsders are employed. erm^ f.?r local agent -sent upon application. li money stiould be seui, by P. O. order, express order, or by bank draft on New Vork or Chicago. Do not send individual hecks or stamps. HE U.lZtiTT <*4 ul le a ' iH)>, ??' ITaugoiUwui .VjUl monet iiryan wnernby ar?j caa uirmsii I'ne jin.n >aer auJ Thk 0 aa eira oue year for 4-4 >, ea* ti wita order SeuJ your uame and po*t office address lo THE GAZETTE. Lexington, Va. i'ROFE-IONA.. -'Aa.L* . J P. HOI STON, v I Vttorney-at-Law, i^a.VINOTON, \'a liNK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va ii ) M tr *vtlb t, V Attorney-at-Law, .Le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 October 1901

The Gazette, PUBLISHED BV Barolay <**? Oompnny tt:>iat the HS>itoHleaa1 Laatagtoa, Ta as second-class matter Democratic Ticket Foi ("uvKKN'on. JLedzew J. SJoatagoe, of Middlesex Foil LIEUTENANT GoVKRNOlt, Joseph E. Wi.l ard, of Fairfax. Poa Attoun-ky QrainaL, "W ia*n A. \ik1u-oii, -f liookbri Ige LEGISLATIVE TICKET. 1<011 THK ,-ENATE, Hubert Call* tt. For the Hovse of Delegates, R. W. Winborr, Jno. T. Sale. Election Tuesday, Nov. Sib. 1001. LAW When God said, "Let there be light,1 there was light; and that was law Thc pun, moon aad stare operate ac cording to a law fixed by tte Creaoi of all things. The human bodj operates on tbe lines of perfect law and wren 1 bi law is viol-ited a penalt must be paid. Many men havedonbte and disputed ihe existence of a God but they have heea made to realize thut in spite of their dilutions and thei doubts' li re are nat ral laws whu* can nol be v -jla^ed with im< miry. m cit tv inuis ba* ?*? l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 October 1901

mmvtWimm j A Tear for a Pi i Oat/ expectant mothers, or those whc children, know the full meaning of these w Every woman should tell every other \ '^OTHER'S FRIEND," that woi me.-.t that dlapolm mil pain incident I 1 here is nothing like lt. JNO. S. MORTON, of Harlow., N. C tay. i ?? be .aid in praise of ' Mother'. Friend.' My wife bottles before confinement .net was in labor but t She it doing splendidly, thank", to - Mother'. Fneo, Sold by ?ll best Druetfi.u, or will be sent by r receipt ol price. 91.OO. Hook entitled " Motl t .urina; Intern ting f.u ts for Ml aees of tlie gentler s upon application. Send your friend's address. THK IIIlAI'VIFI.n HmATOR CO., A Personals Mrs. J. G. Cregs is a guest ut th< Lexington Hote1. ? * Mrs. C. M. Dold is visiting relatives in Ha-risonburg. ? * Hon G. D Le cher is in West Va. on i gal busioes*-, ? * Mr. W. C. Stuart has retained from "Washington, D, C. ? * Mr Jack Dunlao, of Cloverdale, Nev York, is in own. ? * Mies Nellie Lje bas r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 October 1901

1837 Till!) SUN BALTIMORE, MI). 1900! The I'.ijn r of Tho lVople, For Tho Peo'.lf And With Tho People Hones! la Motive. Fearless In Batpstsston, Bound in Prtoetpls. A ;it-\\>]tipfl- li SS eds -ut :'; til.TO .11*0 nil kin ls >f educators, bnl the niau who *-pe? s judiciously sod UbeTslrj ls better sb s id Inopsrl his knowledg, than tho man who uv ut i.? ni* nothing to spend, Tiik Bini is the highest Ups of a nows paper. , , , Tiik Sis'.- ?pedal coirt'spondt'iits thro_.iv -itt tin- United states, a.s well as in Europe, So ah filea, Caina mil, in faet, all ttvei the w ?r 'I, makes it snup-to-datenewspaper Tlie harket RssporU ai.a oommerolal f.-a hire* putthu fanner, the merchant sud thc (?rotter in close tt?uch with the markets st Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston, New York, Chicago. Phllatk'lpiiiiiii'i'l other place* which are prominent centers. From how on tho news of the world prom. lses to bc more interesting than ever befort and national and politieal questions ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 October 1901

THE LEXINGTON V. 97. No. 48 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, Octoboi 23 1901 -{ $1.50 a Year THE COMMONER, Implied Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, * ? NEBRASKA TERMS-Payablo in Advance. me Year. *1.00 Months.60 Throe Months. 35 ?"illirie Copy.05 Liu tniv-.'i nu; aaav.iaaan are employe i .-riH.4 f>r lo,-al u^uiits sent upon application. Vii money should be aunt Cy 1'. O. order Empress order, or by bank draft on Nan York or Chicago. l)o not send individual -hecks or stamps. UK (j \ZI TT . 11 ? i ? ah ii i-| rr inge um ,i wi / -loud .;ty,tu wiK-r.-iiy nu eau inruwii i k Comma i.-i and TheOa/kiik on? year t ->?-'.2"). cash with order. Seul your null-- aad p wt office addr?*wi THE OAZEl'TE, l..'Xllltft,lll. V' ? I'ROl'E^IOXAli lAuu V lol ST IN, j V ,; i,-> - al-LaW, IM .ION. ? i tvs:-; i". ii...\s'"'-'A', vn truey-at-Law, La&iauToa, Va ii i.j:.tr ' ATLET, IV Attorney-at-Law, LbxincjtoN, Va WT. SHIELDS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 October 1901

The Gazette, ITBLISnED ST litrolny ?*? Company I it h* "jsfofTlt-oat Loxlngtoii, Va as ser-ond-class matter_ Democratic Ticket* For Govekn'ok. Aa--rew J. sMomUgae, of Middlesex. Foil Ll El. TENANT GOVEBNOR, Joseph E. Wil ard, of Fairfax. For Attorney General, W ian A. Andtrion, of Rockbn lge: LEGI-LxTlVE TKKET. FOR THE SENATE, Robert Catlett. For the House of Delegates, R. W. Winborn, Jno. T. Sale. Flection Tuesday, No*. 5<b. 1901. The Two Old Parties The Winchester Times calls on some mliiical lender to intrist the public concerning Ile essenlial difference between the two big political parties ot this country, The Times remarks that expansion is an accomplished fact and that the leaders of both parties ar substf-ntially agreed that the gol J standard shall remain the basis of ou financial system arid that the high pro tective tariff must go. Even as io the mariner of this there is Bubstantia agreement, for Democrats as well a Repui-licans oppose auy sudden, vio? lent or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 October 1901

Bolts Murat oi i Moro children would be borne if the be sure that the pains, worries and tr gestation could be avoided. "MOTHER'S FRIEI (that marvelous liniment) is unique in relaxing; all the strained tendons and mi as the distended organs. There is nothi MRS. LUCINDA PASCHEL, Lamberton, Ark., si* childfrn .nd sri* ?lw?ys in lal-ot from Sweaty-four ' Mother's Friend' with my seventh child and -as In ! ..hitit is recommended to be. 1 will never t> withes Sold by all best druggists or sent by eiprcss pic] " K -theihood.'' written tor tiik iinAiinr.i.n UV mmmmffmm PERSONALS Mr. H. 0. Dold has reiumeA from i ri-it to Harrisonburg. * * Mr. Templeton Adair has returned from a visit to Rich mon 1. * * Rev. B, W. Haddon; f near spotts? wood, was in town cn Saturday la?t. * * Mr. Lacy Irvine, or Charlottesville, was tbe guest of his brother, Mr. Wm. Irvine, on Saturday * * Capt. aad Mis. S. B. .valker hive returned trcm a visit to relativ-s at Walker* n Ford, Amherst couuty. * ? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 October 1901

1837 THE SUN 191 BALTIMORE, MD. Tho Paper ot The People, For The Peor And With The People. Honest iu Motive, Fearless in Expressio s. mud la Principle. A newspaper is an educator; thero aro i kinda of educators, hut thc man who spon money judiciously and liberally is bettor at io Impart hts kBOWladga than tba man wi ha9 little or nothing - spend. U< .- ,- pc- highest tipe of a new papT. Tm Sin's special coi respondents throg out tho Unitcl States, us well as In Kuroji Booth Africa, China, ant, in fact, all ov thc world, makes it an up-to-date newspape Tha Market Reports aad oommerdal le turo* put tho farmer, the merchant and ll broker Id close touch with the markets i Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston, New Yorl hicago, Philadelpnia and oilier places whl( are prominent centers. Frorn now on the news of tho world pron lse9 to b3 more interesting than ever befoi and national and political questions wi arise, making probably the most eventfi period In the country's history. This...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 October 1901

Ga^TTE 9 V UT. No. 41) Lexington^ Rockbridge County, Virginia. *Vod..i* lay, Ootobei 30 (901 ^ tlMa *>ar ill, i.MJHtNKii Issued Weekly. Hos. W. J. Bbian. William J. Bryan, Editor anl Publisher. LINCOLN, a . NEBRASKA TERMS?Payable in Advance. Or.6Y.isr. $1.00 Months.00 Three Months. Bingle 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 batik draft on Now York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. The Gazett has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby wa can furnish Tho Comraonei and TssOaxitti one year for $2-25, cash with order. Send your name and poat ofliee ftdd**e**a to THE GAZETTE. _ Lexington, Va. W PROFESSIONAL CARDS. P. HOI STON, ^Attorney-at-Law, Lbxinotox, Va F1ANKT. GLASGOW, Attoniey-Ht-I.fi", L.i. vi.\oton, Va >03S?T 0 ATLET, ? i- Anttrn-ty-at-Law, I,i-xisotos, Va v IT T. SHIELDS, V V , Attorney-at-Law Lbxington, Va....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 October 1901

The Gazette, PUBLISHED BY On-ir ol a vi ?** Oompany t?;!l it the I'-'stofflcoat Lexington, Va asser-oiid-clase matter_ Uemocraiio Ticket. Fok Govebnou. drew J. h Magoo, of Middlesex. FOB I IKl'TENANT GoYEBNOB, Ju |iit H. Allard, of Fairfax. K h \ttobn'ey General, n -i i-r-iun, of Koekbndge. ItAil un J VE TKKBT. J-'..I! TUh EN'ATK, lt btr. Cu 1 t>. For th i House or Delegates, R. W Winborn, Jno. T. Sale. Election Tuesdav, No.. 5tb. 1901. Republicans and Work ing Men The Republican State Committee ia devot ng its effoits and litt-ratuie to an atte -.ot io fool the working people. 1 has iiil-d tiree campaign cbculars asaaiukj special aopeals to iins cla-?H nf citizens on the Emploveis' Liability bill, tbe platforms of the two partiet and the proposed suffrage provn-iona. ?'Weiis- meii" are warned that ?he in? dustrial cits-cb" will be tht special vic? tim- ot thc un erstau ung danae Al of which needs but a moment of thuughi to dispel it liue bo mu>n mis1. Th Repub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 October 1901

ll Blessing io an Gteat joy and comfort comes im when the virtue of "Mother' known. No more gloomy forebodi by expectant mothers, as all pain i; external use of "Mother's Frient liniment. There i-* nothing like it. B F. BROWN, Of Wstltlill.XJt-.ssTitfs: "M.n, used ? Mother's Friend * bef-te eonnnement, .nd ??y the ordeal ?r?in without hiving it. esen if it cost ,25 Sent hf erp.es* paid on receipt of price, Cl ??Motherhood,*'written esi^cially for jrount.in.l mt J, Sold ?V all D-t-GClSTS. TUE Dil PERSONALS A. W, Ha*man, Treasurer of tb* State of Virginia, was here on Mon? day. Mr. R. T. McLeod, of the State Audit >ra office, nas here on Monday. Mri*. J. MoD. Adair bas returne 1 from a visit to Richmond. Hon. G. D. Leteher was culled to Harrisonburg, on Sunday, by a tele? gram announcing the extreme illness of Judge l-aul, his father-in-law. Mr. Wm. Manning and wife, of j Roauoke. were tbe guests of Mr. J. M. Sens ney on Mondav last, Tuesday morning they left to pay a visit...

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