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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 October 1901

1837 THE SUN iooo BALTIMORE, MD. The Paper or Thc People, For The People And With The People Honest In Motive, Fearleee In Expression, j Sound In Principle. a newspaper ls ta educator; thero ere all kinda of educators, hut th.-mau who spends money Judiciously and liberally la better able to impart his knowledge than the man who has lin le- or nothing to upend. Tuc Sin is the blgheel Upc of a news ?'ur. Sea's special correspondents throgh out the United State.-, te Well as in Europe, Booth Africa, China and, in fact, all over the world, makes it an up-to-date newspaper Tim Market Reports and eommerclal fea-1 turee put the fanner, the merchant and the broker in close touch willi the markets ut Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston, New Yor'i, hlcago.Philadelpnia and other places vrtvich re prominent centers. From new on tho news of the world prom lses to be more interesting than ever before and national and political questions will arise, making probably the most eventful period in the count...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 November 1901

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. - a ? . V. 97. No. 50 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wedm? lay, Novembei 6 1901. j $jt5oa Year i iii. v sj ju Al 0 >tji\a Issued Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, : . NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable In Advance. One Year. $1.00 Months.60 Throe Months. 85 Bingle Copy.05 No traveling canvassers are employed, ''erins f->r local agents sent upon application. VII moiiey should be sent by P. O. order. Express order or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual ?hecks or stamps. I HE GAZBTT na9 made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thi-Gazette one year for I <2.2). cash with order. Send your name nnd post office addr--s to TUE GAZETTE, Lexington. Va. PROFESSIONAL- CARDS. tr p. ho .Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va |~tANK T. GLASGOW, Att tnit-yat-Law, I. isiN-n-N, Va, lOHifiSr ATLET. t Vn >ni-y-iit-Law, LEXINGTON, Vaj 117 T.SHI ELDS Attoruey-at-Law Lexington, Va. f. p.is...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 November 1901

The Gazette. PUBLISHED BV ___\n>v juy. ***** company t i dat th<? '??>sioffl?*.'at Lexington, ^ I as second-class matter EDITORIAL AO'JES The fever for prize money seems to infect the loftiest uatigntorfl- Sai.lo*, Di-.mont has it now. * * Lawyer Hanna must be nicely up* holstered. Admiral Dewey never tirre of sittiug on him. And now we have adopted in thi Philippines, Kitcheners and Weyle.' ? reconi*euir<tdo" policy. Well tbat was to be expected. It's pnrt of tbe imperial policy. Perhaps President Roosevelt wid cirry out President McKin'ey's policy, iu so far sb Mr. Aldrich will peru i him. * f With ".he government out of tu? bilking business" S*cretary Ga.a m'gbt terminate his^engagenient. * * Secretary Long wants $20,000,0-0 exta for tbe Navy. On, it won't ta>e long o use up that little surplus. * * Senator Platt doesn't look hap,r when rem nde I that he was reBponsibl for making Roosevelt President. * * It would prove amusing to see tlu newly made L. L, D'-- go up...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 November 1901

"Strong and heat amino pain? Ti The joy of a nev arrival in tht silly overcast by the shadow of th comfort thc expectant motlier mu If she knew of and used *** FRIEND," this would bc all d your friends about it, as being a si exclusively for external 096, tO muscles so that pain and suffering lt will t-e sent by cypress paid on receipt ol |)Ot tl.', now le U,uKMM.-illte-.[-"nsiUc P-uks ltood," mailed tree, containing aens.Me advice to THK BRADFIELD IH"*.lX.VroK OO AW Jude,* John rani Dead Judi-e John Paul, of the U .ile S ?te- Our f r tbe Western Distric ot Vignna, -ii'-d November 1st a Ht-ris-n ui(Sf after an illueosof --evera mon li . ..in death wad due te a com plication ol die-cases affecting the heat His funeral took this afternoon at -J o'.Jocb. His e> be> -til lives at the old homest ,i.i at Ott'bine, in Rocking? ham ?o nt\, a the ad anced age of 90 voa When the Civil War broke ont John Pa.,1 \as a student at Roanoke Col? lege and joined he aimy Aft.-r h*- eessa ion ol ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 November 1901

THE HOME GOLDCUKb. kn Ingenious tr atnient by which Drunkards are being Cured Daily in Spite o berne* Ives. No Noxious Doses So Weakening ol the Nerves. A neat-ant and Positive Cor-? for tbo Liquor Hat it lt le now generally known and understood Ibat Drontaaafl la a disease and not weak ?,., A body Oiled with poison, and nerves completely shattered by perrodlesJ or csu Btant u* of intoxlswtlng liquors, reqolree rm antidote oa-^able ol neutrallxing ano eradicating thia poison, aud destroying the craving for intoxicants. rWrewr* may now cure themselves at home without publicity or losa of time from business by this won? derful "Homo Gold Cure" which has beeu perfected after many years of close study and tieatiueut of inebriates. Tho faithful use according to directions of thia wonder ul discovery ls positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate c ise, no maiter how hard a drinker. Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands ot Drunkards into sober industrious and up?...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 November 1901

LEXINGTON Ga^TTE V 97. No. 51 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. YVinlnes.Iay, N vembei 13 190! ^ $l,?0a Year THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly. * William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, _ . NEBRASKA. TERMS-Payable In Advance. One YtwaS. fl.00 Months.60 Three Months. 35 Siugle 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 stamps. The Gazett ha's HHi-it- a clubbing arrangement with Ctslonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The 00 n n.nier and Tub GazBTTB one ytsar for (tt-t-V cash with order. Send your name and post office address to TUE GAZETTE, Lexington. Va. ? PRO CESSION Af, CARDS. ry p. ho *, Attorney-at-Law, DkxiNOTOK, Va T? tVNKT. OL.VSOOW, I Ut iru-jy-at-Law, LexiKOTojr, Vk] > n. tr ;: atlet, Iv Attorney-at-Law, "!* .Leiikoton, Va] \\T T. SHI Attorney-at-Law""? Lexington, Va. J. t'.t taros Mo3?t....

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 November 1901

The Gazette Pl'II 1SHKE EVS*""f WEEK BY B\rclny cfo Com.pany Enured at the Postoffice at Lexingtor, V ., i s rond-clas*- mail matter. Rdndom Gla-'ces Over The Field The white counties of Virginia re f se 1 rn allow themselves to be fright iui\. or a.g.md by the course ot Um Demociiuic paity or tho wotk of the Constitutional Convention. Tbe ver diet of those counties bas epectia weight because the returns from them are acu ate expressions of the will an feeling of ihe people and rlear of ant suspicion of taint. The Valley gen erady voted Republicau but there wa. uo uprising and no sweeping majorit such a-* would have come if trios shrewd, minking.-iturdy aud eecrgeti people had felt thai, tneir rights or ih welfa-e of the state was threatened Iq the wbite counties of the South we--t tbe Democrats made surpr'sin gain-. The mass of the white people took little uti rest in tue election and the N-*f,-ro ts n-.ne. This* means that every i-ody has conti-lenee tnnt the party and in- n in po...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 November 1901

leg Brdken Chspp Radford, of East Lexington, had bis leg broket in two places while playing foo -ban thia weeli. Holiday at VMI The Borps of Cadet* at the V. M. I. bad aa ex> ra diun-r and a holiday on Monday last, it being the 62ud anni? versary of the opening of tbe West Point ot tbe South. ? aa > m Lan d Sale Meiers. J. W. Kelley and Henry Clemmens have put chased the lani of Miss Emma Morrison, d.-ceased, lying on Kerr's Creek, in this county. From Goshen A a td accident occurre I in the new I roi er tu ll at G->-h o n M mday morn in>> by which A alter Hams had his face ba lly mutilated Ha ia an ex peri need band, an i on Saturday had everything working finely. The engine ia entirely nts, and the whole outfit, mill, engine and boiler, appeared ti ne a marvel-j* meebun sm, so quietly did ? Tery part per um itv du>y. Particu? lars win be given la er. Mr. H irria, it m though , w li l.'St- his si,ht entirely School Trustee Electoral Buard The School l'rustefr Elec...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 November 1901

TIM; !:UME GOLD Cl'Ili* A.n Ii;;-" bi i. ir '-Inient bj v.hid Drunkard*are bein- Cure' Dnil) iu Boil*" ' I'O" 8 *vt-'* 1 I t No Noxious Dca*" No Weaning o the Netvee, ?* Pleasant nnd r-?i.i\e Un* f " the Liqucr Habit. lt is now general*;* kut-wn an-Jnudeietoo' that Drunkneaa la a disease and not v. ai MM .\ budy Riled with poison, and nervi completely sh itiwed by periodical or ce atantusool Intoxicating Hquora, reqnir? luiantid.-i.- camble ol iiouti.-li7.iii-,- ai. eradicating thia pdaon, and deetroylug ti eraving for Intoxicants. Sufferer,, Kay' ao eare tbemeelvee at borne without pui.nci. or lose ot Mme from bnstneee by tins woi deiful *llonic Hold Cure'' which has bm perfected after many years of close Btac and tieatiteut of inebriates. The fnitbli use according to directions of this wonde. uldiscoveiy is positively guaranteed' cure the most obstinate o .se, no matter D hard a drinker. Our records show ti m irvelous transformation of thousands o Drunkaid-.! into sober Industriou...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 November 1901

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Sn^^R^khddue County,Virginia, W?*?.?h* Norembei 2CH901 _J^.60aYear V 97. No. 52 I__^___^^^^^_ ? I Tho i\L-uro voterh THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly Bom. W. J. Bbtjjc William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. INCOLN, 8 ? NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable In Advance. One Y.-ar. f>1.00 Months.60 Three Months. 85 Bingle Copy.05 No traveling canvassers arc employed. Terms tot local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order or by bank draft on New j York or Chicago. Do not send Individual ?hecks or stamps. The Gazktt las made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The CoTa-noner and f hr 0 izette one year for *2.2?, ea*h with order. Sen I your iimne nni po*?t office address to THE GAZE TTE. Lexington. Va. """^Fl-lONJT-tlON&r- CAKDs iir p. aoi Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va F1ANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va |118-$!ir:; ATLBT, Attoriwy-at-Law, Lexington. Va VIT T. SHI Attorney-at-Law Lexington...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 November 1901

The Gazette riBLISHEE EVERY WEEK BY Onrolay **t? Oompany Entered nt the Postoffice at Lexington Va., a? second-clasi mail matter. The Election of 1901 While it ir impossible at this time to measure aud weigh the local influences w hich may have affected the general tesult, though is known to justify th conclusion that the two leading politi? cal partie* show practically the aame atrengih that they did a j ear ago, If the Republican policies which hav been developing during the laat twelve months have aroused any protest among the people, that pioteat has beeu off-soi by the influence exerted 1 y the assassination of the president. Th Republicans everywhere confesse their reliance upon this influence when they devoted so much time to appeal to the personal regard felt for Mc Kin ley, the man. It ia not unnatural tha the Republicans should have bee spurred to greater antivitv by the presi? dent's death, ne ther is it btrange tha it caused some apathy on tbe otne rds. ibero was another...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 November 1901

"MOTHER* A Book for* Girts SE ama Women _ nT tells plain facts that cveryor ought to know. Its common pam, trouble and anxiety. C sent upon request, to one person dresses. If the readers of this ann expectant mothers, they will do tb having this book sent to them* Adi THI BRADFIELD BECl'LATUl'. i Personals Geo. W Fitz, of W. Va., la the gue* of Mr. C E. Deaver. * * Mi-s Berths Howell is visiting friends in Philadelphia. * * WsmtSU Grace F.oseu, of Raphine, is the i*ueat of relatibea in Eaatern Va. * ? Mrs. J. A. Parker, of Raphine. is "ria-ling he* brother in Washington, D C. * si Mr. -Tohn D. Rodgva. United Slates Marshal, **as on a visit here on Tues dav. Mr-. Prsnk Pulse, of near Lexing? ton, is the guest of relatives in Staun? ton. ** Mr, Frank Tank-eraley, of Washing t >o, D. G., ia sn a visit IO relaiivea. here. * * Mr. E A. Ful< z and wife,of Raphine, are tue guests of friends on Whistle Cr#-ek. * * M aa Indore Pi .e, ot Washingtoia citv, ie visiting Miss Louisa Brocken...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 November 1901

A GREAT KAI I, WAY. The Chicago, Milwaukee <rc St. Tani By. is running Bectric Lighted Trains of Cow-nut'iient Curs, Stan? dard Steping Cars, Buflet Library Smoking Oarf, Dicing Carl and Coaches?, between Chicago, Mi waukee, 8). Paul and x inneapolia' Buflet Ul-nv .'lui Parloi Caroon daj traine iv tn ' en bicatfC, St I aQ nnd Minnenpo Electric Ligni< d Trains it S li ep ng C-r?, bullet Libi-iiy arno, jg Cart*, Dining Car- mid Condies beiwcn Cbica,u and Des MoiD'S, Omuiiu and s otu City. Solid Ti a.ns between Chicago ann Northern \Yisconsiii and tbe Upper Pe^ainnH'o of Mioba*ian Selid TraiDsbetwe in Chicago and Iowa, Minnesota, Sou'h<-rn and Central Daketa. Tho tiuenst Dining Cara and Sleeping Cari-: Electric Beading Lamps in bertha. 6,009 miles of road in Illinois, Wigeon sin,the Upper Pe.i nsnli of Mi. hinaD i j wa, Mmnos tu Missouri, Sou.b Dakota and North Dakot , Ti'ket Age'ts eveyuhere sel tickets uv-1 tbe Cuieago, Mit aukee & St Paul Hallway, or a Idress Edmund Jan...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 November 1901

THE LEXINGTON V. 98. No. 1 ,exm gton, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday IN .v N.vemhoi 2T 1901 <{ $1,50 a Year TK? n*r*r\*nntt>A TTfim* deft lided himsi-lf with thc argument Resolutions on The TUE COMM0NEK, Issued "Weekl? William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. INCOLN, NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable In Advance. One Yrtar $1.00 Months . .60 rhree Months 85 Bingle Copy.... .05 No traveling canvassers are employed. | renns tor local agents sent upon application. I AU 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 Gazftt has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and The Gazette one year for t)iio, cash with order. Send your name 'and post office address to TUE GAZETTE, _ Lexington. Va. l'RblJ'EssIONArj CARDS. W"p# H01 Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va F1ANKT. GLASGOW. Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va l> OBERT Attorney-at-Law, Lsiisotos, Va. W T*SH1 At...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 November 1901

The Gazette PUBLISHES EVERY WEEK BT BArolay db Conxxypemy Entered at tb--Postoffice at Lexingt)" V-., a- second-das*, mail matter. Reward V.'o offer a reward of -.nn y.-ius mb cr ption for r* ' j ad of good s asone WOO'l. WHJT1SA OOJY Xs+PERAiE Vb.TER.AA The definalion of a Confederate Vet eran bas been viry concisely and beau t fully given b> Judge Robert L. Rod? gers, the gif e 1 hi torian "f the C. V. a of Fulton, Ga., as fo lo*a: ??lu taking an account of oumelve as Confederate Veterans *e need no bo culate about the facts beore th Wir. A Confederate veteran was "n1 a fact be ore ihe war. We frequent bear of things which .listed'beforet.'n ?ar.' Some pe -pie were rich before th W8r. Some people wet e slaves b-^for. the war. Some men were born sn lived before the war wno are liviu^ ye There wero governorp,sen_tor6, judg. and 'mil tia maj irs," but never w? there a 'Confederate Veb ran' befor. the wir. "A Confederate veteran is to-day b union figuro in lifo, and will ever b uni...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 November 1901

I The ordeal is Ti Childbearing is a perfectly ns tion, but it is robbed of its tei the virtue of "Mother's I is known. This unique linimc externally, relaxes all the mus The ordeal is E WILL BOLT, of Ly-iniTllle, Iowa, write.: " has tellered my wife of all cramp*."hie h makes it THK BKADCTI-LD 11EG I'LATOR ?0. Personals hire. A. D. Estill, is the guest i relatives in Baltimore. mt) Miss P?arl Boude has returned froi a visit to Parnassus, Augusta count} * * Mr. C. P. Nair, of Clifton Forge was hers on Friday last, on business * * Mrs. S, R. Moore and children an in Richmond, for the purpose of hav? ing her eyes treated: * ta Miss Lawrence, who has been vis? iting the Misses Houston, has returned to ber home in Baltimore. * * Mis8e? Fannie and Nettie Arm Btrong, of Salem, Va., are ? he guests of relatives at Buffalo Forge, Va. Mr. A. W. Cameron, f Go-hen, this ooun'y. is ihe gu*-s* of friends in Peerfield, Augura coun y. Va. * ? Mis. Lucy J. Hamilton, of Collier town, is -isitiag her...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 November 1901

Getting Thin is all right, if you are too fat; and all wrong, if too thin already. Fat, enough for your habit, is healthy; a little more, or less, is no great harm. Too fat, consult a doctor; too thin, persistently thin, no matter what cause, take Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. There are many causes of get? ting too thin; they all come under these two heads: over? work and under-digestion. Stop over-work, if you can, but, whether you can or not, take Scott's Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil, to balance yourself arith your work. You can't live on it?true?but, by it, you can. There's a limit, however; you'll pay for it. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for "can't eat," unless it comes ol your doing no work--you can't long be well and strong, without some rort of activity. The genuine has thisi picturo on it, take no other. If you have not tried it, send for freo sample., its a greeabla taste will I surprise you. SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists. 409 Pearl Street, Ntw York....

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 December 1901

THE LEXINGTON Ga*, .* -ry ja. V \~K No. 2 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virgin-r -day, hecembei 4 11)01 i VIAJONEK, Issued Woekly Box. W. J. B?TA*C. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. NCOLN, ? .NEBRASKA. TEUMS?Payable In Advance. OM Year $1.00 Months ? .60 Three Months 35 Bingle Copy.... -05 No traveling canvassers aro employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All monoy should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual cheeks or stamps. Ph fi Gazrtt has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thu Gazettb one year for ?225. cash with order. Send your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE, Lexington. Va. I'KO 1<'E s -IONAL CAivDs, vVP' iJ0t a AttorHtty-at-Law, LbxiN''T".n, Va? r"s\NKT.j?I.A8(i Vtt icn.-yat-Law, Lbxinoton, Va I) OBERT OAT LET, ' %j Attorney-at-Law, Lbxinoton. Va 117 T. SHIELDS, VV . Attornoy-at-Law Lbxinoton, Va. f. PttB9T0*i Moors. Fra...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 December 1901

The Gazette PUBLISHES KVKBT WEEK BY ___\ekrol*k_r db Oompauy E > ?.r--d at th?- Postoffice at Lexington V ., a- second-elas- mail uiHttt-r. Fl Fl Y-roE VF JV i II C OJV GBESS With theopeiimg of the first session of tbe Fifty-seventh congi ess the con? gressional campaign of 1902 begins. The Philippine question will be the most important matter considered by this congress and in all probadility tbe most import tnt i aue in the campaign of 1902. The democrats not only have sn opportunity to make a strong ap deal to the country on this question, but it is their duty to do so. The re? publicans do not dare to meet the issue of imperialism openly and hon? estly; they do not dare to invite judg? ment open a colonial policy; they do not dare to candidly avow tl eir pur. pof-e to bo d the Philippine islands perms1 tntly. A large majority of the rank ?n I file of tje /^publican party cherish the belief that their party in? tends donate indepet dence for tne Filipinos. The democrats can re...

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

A New Comer I It will bring joy and comfort, ls made easy to the mother. Children born under painful < roundings before or during accot strong, hearty and healthy. Parents and relatives should i "Mother's FHettd"for c simple and effective liniment, relic ing the muscles. There is nothin Sold by all Dnirrlata. or M?t by eipreM paid on rt Personals Hon. Wm. A. Auder on t-penl Thanksgiving with his family ber*. * * Mrs 8. F. Carson, of Spottswood, ie ihe ayxeei of her sister, Mn. E. H. Barclay. * * Miss Fannie Brown, of Walker's Creek was the gneet of friends here on Saturday. * * Miaa Fannie White, who ia teach ing in Augusta county, spent Thanks giving Day at home. ?* ? Miss Nora Johnson, of Union, W. Ya , has been the gueat ot Miss Bessie J Adair for tbe psst week. ? ? Miss Cornelia Mish, of Augusta, county, wm the guest of Mrs. D. C. Humphrey's on Friday last. * * Mies Eleanor White, who is attend, ing tbe Female Norma* School at Farmville, spent Thanksgiving Day at home. A New ...

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