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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 8 January 1902

?- Nj raquest, i ur book ?<! ??, lil Ila -i MUN, ^.11 wouumkU) May 1'oasetw ' ?'11 Kjes, Fmf ** .in ' ''',U| ii.-. r>- uni ill .1 .,1 J t iiuipei. .\,.i ula. ... ?? " ? ?' heres f probable sa i ; A V. >,L>is practice, ol study and ??tirely new ... u nts peculiar unbounded ,i... Offices, managed - ud.-r las personal ?i .- now Iv'fnte-d in every large h .ls ,-ieh pat'ent . ge, hui and i-l tu her , , ii rnsanieiit ol lord's remedies i.iisintjvrafert, ken nt any ? stti I ag attention. . ann--in which w i an ires ali . I ever X - i ? Ci ? ind you ? ! the ? 'WIN li. 1.1 I ol t ml ? r< 1 r, ll lue Rai ? i 't il l Ci . dKSi . a Ea Dar ? Int'll (i ? .-.. .. ll); . ? (-ii six I), els lu . 2 melt h) 'I of | 'i ? ill I- .li. ' ? i >ep irt . ? ai i'an! v c..i.. d reen P. ? no* >.** ? #'im?i Maiwa U.signo C pyniaiiTS rte .... WO. ' ??], rm li ? . .. Handbook ra l'i tauts (.1 '.?-; nif.-iK-v f,,i M'rumip|i?ln - . tbrouetl Munu 4 Co. recclvo irao, In tho ic Kzitlmi ? ravi*/ lt'...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 January 1902

(?V?o-.s^*"W *1S?? THE LEXINGTON V. 98. No. 8 Lexington. Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, January 15 1902, i tU< * Year THE COMMONER Issued Wesklr Mm. W. J. Bbiak. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher.-.' NCOLN, ? .NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable in Advance. bs Y** H-OO Months rares Months 8* Olag ls Copy.. So trsTellng canTASsere are employed, Tsj-ma tor local agents sent upon application. AU money should be sent by P. 0. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chlcsgo. Do not send individual ehsoks or stamps. The Gazett has saade a clubbing srrangemeut with Colonel Bryan whereby we ean famish The Commoner and Tbs Gazette one year for $3.85, cash with order. Send your name and post ofi.ee address to THE GAZETTE, Lexington Ya. v ? ? ,. '?' " -'? " PROFESSIONAL CARDS. fir p. hoi Attorney si Law, Lixixotoi, Ya "?ANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, LlXUM lOBERT CATLET, rr "t.vxK tjolasgow, Attorney-at-Law,3 LaxiaoToa, Va ? lOBEiV | .Utorney-at-Law, 'Lbxinoton.JVa ry t. S...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 January 1902

The Gazette PVISUSHJ'E BVgRl D?.ro".-. v ?*? Comrirvny B il i sd i tbe !>" . 'DE 7 ? .-77. '' . DERELICTS." Th- ' ri ie lt Nffh )??-' ? ail, fl ii "v Hy befogged tYii it K>ij knows how the * em serat ic ni :> ate ? on i ie groat ?*? (i-us i ns - me day," -nd ibat ??thon V m^s , ? |U, d il . i!( | know wnelhtv they ue ong to the dem -eratic party oi not." But, perbnpi, thing-- are not actual y in h.. ba i a way as all th*t,We hive tue ai tbonty ol I.on^ ell w, in fact, that hume imus " th ngs are not Rl4 | By M , .1," aud n- tuey mu*' Ull; , ^q to democrats who j h.-,< r ??...-eaeion and po -I ? ?? cai ion | f ii tte .us i.v >?-? ? ' ,ll,u" isi ?pt to seem cut of place io the fellow Who is off bis baae himself, The Ti i-s mi.'M *-asi\v help itself back to right relation- with the part" by frankly eonsid-r.us fe* sim ie and anguriem* laoU. "the ue-ifoi.s n\ th U ," to "impio. i * phrase, arn th r dominant n-.-ublieiin ?' . ! us they arn being exploited by tu. administra...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 January 1902

\ Personals i theTalephona Company's ad. Second Page. 'ate Sterret, of Hot Spring!, waa during the past week. Capt H. El Hyatt, of the V. M. I., returned from McDonongh, Md. President Denny, of W. & L. U , hal returned from a visit to New York. Mr. Al. Wilbourne, of Salem, was the guest of his parents here on Friday last. Mr. Henry B. Holmes, of Newport News, was in town on Railroad busi? ness on Friday last. Miss Rosa Tucker has gone to New York city, where aha will spend some elme visiting friends. Frank Firebaugh, of Auburn, 111., ia the guest of his sister, Miss Annie Firebaugh, ot Longwood. Min Etta White, of Charlottesville, is the guest Of lier stater, Mrs. Hunter Pendleton, of the V. M. I. R. E. Rhodes Nelson, of Staunton, ?nd Alexander M, Nelson, of Roanoke, were visiting friends here this week. Hon. W. B. F. Leech, of Oak Dale, attended a meeting of tne State board of agriculture, in Richmond 1 .st week. Miss Mildred Lee and her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Parish, ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 January 1902

ivELiEF N IX liOURS Distressing kidnoy and bladder dis? eases el Hved n ?ix hm-8 by New Great 60-tn Amenoan Ki ney *^uie. Itisagr.-a surprise on ?ecouni ot its oxce-ding promptness ? relieving paiu in badder, kdneybte jack, in mail? or female. Rel.ev.-8 . 1 ntion of water almost immediaiely. I you wantquick ebef nu I s ire cur tb* ?- ie the remedy So.d >v B. {. Gc-rell, iruggist, Lex bgtou, A a THE HANJ 1ST CALENDAR ;>i ti.1' ?eaaO0 fi*i hu 00 ara) sx beauti lulne-ul ( (on six hheeta lnxl2 inch-s) reproductions of p?in ogs by Moran issued i?v G ssoagk-i Depart? ment, Cheapo, iiilwaukee & St. Paul Rai-WAV, will be sent on receipt oi twenty-five cents. Address F. A. Miller, General Passenger Agent, Chica ,0. P HETTY EYEBROWS, LONG DROOPING LASHES. The greatest addition known to bean tv is pretty eyebrows and long lashes. DixitjYlay Dew will thicken and promote 1 ng growth. A French secret. Package pos-paid 25 cents. Dixie JIedicine Co. . Brownsville,|Teun DI3TRE33IXQ STOMACH...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 January 1902

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. V.98. No. 9 Lexington. Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, January 2 1902. <{ $l,5Ca Year THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly Box. w. J. BatA*. William J. Bryan, Editor -and Pub.le-.taor. LINCOLN, JSEBRASKA. TERMS -Payable in Advance. ossrm ???; Six Months ' ;JJ Three Month* - Single Copy-. > No trailing canvasser* are employed. Terms tor 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 Individual eheoks or stamps. The Gazett has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we oan furnish The Commoner and Thx Gi.z-*ttb one year foi $3 25, cash with order. Send your nama nnd post office address tc TUE GAZETTE, Lexington, Va. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WP. HOI STON, Attorney at Law, Lbxisotov, ya-. Fl ANET. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, LlXlHOTOl fros, Va; ttoraey-at-Law, LixiioToK, Va WT. SHIELDS, i Attornoy-at-Law Lixihotoi", Va 3. Pbbstos Moori. Fbahk Mo MOORE k M...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 January 1902

The Gazette FUELISHUE EVERY WEtK HY BnrclA7 ?*s Oompauy E .tsrtd nt the Poitoffico at Lexington \"a, rs second-class mail matter The Constitutional Convention 0.1 the same lines aa an editorial ?a ch recently oppe&red in the Mirror , . wt- fin 1 the following communication the Freo Lmee: The Constitutional Convention ir a mply a hackneyed farce, ot which 7. per cent of tbe Virginia' people ar tired of reading or thinking about, I bas ceased to bc Virginian! or repr< senlativ of Virginia. If the presei ?iecton.te could will it the Conve-ntio wo'ild adjourn ut once sine die. 1 its worfh is submitted to an electoral o" 10,000 Tolern, til Democratie, it i the opinion of a leading Democratic ? thin city that 7,500 of tUem will Tob for its n-jeetoii. If the mc ubera of the Conventioi wish to cl* sa del: ate let thurn adop tb dil. * of the the House of Eepre s* ntat y s (not Seed's ruling, but thot5< whi h have been in vogue for a quarte of a c, ntuiO. Let the convention i f- mg ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 January 1902

Perddnala Miss Mildred Myara is visitingfriends in Charlottesville. iee Cowper, of Gala, ia the gusst Laura Pierson. Denny is in Boston in the We A L. U. Brockenbrou^h is Visit [Tin Washington oily. \ Jack Dunlap, of New York, was the guest of friends here thia week. ?Miis Bessie Barry, of Raphoe, la] visiting her sister, Misi Nata Berry. t Mira Mary Oaring has retuned from Hanover, Pa., where aha apent aeveral months, Edward Treavy of New Mexico is visiting relatives in Collieistown after an absence of nineteen years, Dr. McPheetera Glwgew, of Nash? ville, Tenn-, ia tha gueat of hia father. Hon. W. A. Glasgow. Mn* J. R. C. Lewis and Miss Marie Lewis ara in New York city where they will spead some weeks visiting friend**, Mrs. G. P. Richardson of Roanoke, has returned to her home after visiting, har brother, H. H, Laokay of Timber Ridge. John L. Campbell has returned from Bristol, Tenn., where he was in the in heresta of Washingtca and Lee Uni? versity. Mr. M. T. McClure, of Spottsw...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 January 1902

?Usf**?/-?* ' -"*? ??- -.' Ti li i ?*?'?*- *"-?? "-? $WiH& j jjfeL -**? i OWDER f ' tiiMOeWsMWiefmm Makes the food more defirJotMi rmd wholesome Prim ari/ Plan Adopted Riohraord, Va., Januan 15? Tb< Democratic Stnto eentralnnd exeeuttv committees atl:30 v,c\ ck this mon - ing adopted ihe plan of tbe sub-com? mittee on primaries, and adjonroed t meet Tuesday, January 29, wh?*n th Norfolk city an 1 N -rfolk coun?y cor - tests for party rei-u ar ty vii b* take up and determined* 'too former wi come before a >oni meetnz andtlf latter will be deait with by the exec? utive body. The fight over the plan les* ni"?ta was a spirited one, and ?t tum* ? looked as if some bitterness would de Te'op but tbe meeting en led ii some thing like a love feast nd ?lerybod seemed satisfied. Tbe pinn ?? fi-"'i ?d'ptpd ie ident ca! ?#.** ber.ne***> portel from be -n1 -e ii?rn tt^e, e*??ep that all reference t Of**momttem of cood'icting prints ie- wm sir ck***' there'rom ari Mut on wbi-ti ca ? d...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 January 1902

Ooo?Rwtt-w*fWV,*M THE LEXINGTON V. 98. No. 10 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, January 2D 1902. ^ SI.Cf a Ye r THE COMMODE, Issued Weekly Boat. W. J. Bans. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, i ? NEBRASKA TEUMS?Payable In Advance. One Year *100 Six Montks ? -60 Three Months '85 gingie Copy.... ?c6 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms tor 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 stumps.! The Gazett has^made a dubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Tub Ga.zkttk one year for #2.35, cash with order. Bend your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington Va. W PROFESSIONAL CAHDS. P. HOI 8TON, Attorney at Law, Lexington, Va !?!ANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lbxinutov, Vi; R OBERT CATLET AtJorney-at-Law, Lbxikotob, Va] W T. BHIELD8, Attorney-at-Law Lexington, Va. J. Prbbtom Moor*...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 January 1902

a. Ill i le, I i I i- ia. i i ii .- ii- ? > i ? ? ie neaia. - .'he Gazette I i:\rnv \vi:ik BX Qarolay ?*> Co:npany tn! ??-??? at tbs Potoflico at L-isington Vu , :?? .:ccouil-cl?bs mail matter The Constitutional Convention It was claimed that tbe chief wcrk ot thc Convention would be to purify tbe ballot so tha tbe true reprcBentativo of the St itu might control its aflairs directly But alas! and alacel It now appears that a great many members, in fact a working majority, hold that the people are not to be trusted; the Legis? lature is not to be trusted, that th wisd-ni and experience of the age* pail and yet unbom,abideB and remains with thoa*, und will be lost forevermore if n d embodied in all its datails and minutia in the organic law of the State i so that there shall be small need foi future statutory provisions or legislative enactments; that die adaptation of thi or^ani* law to all present and futun emergen;ies ruu<t now und at preseul be made and provided for anc -...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 January 1902

e% "Strong andhearty hoy, is lt,* awtf no pain ? That's* &Q3&I" \ The joy of a new arrival in the family ia usn ally overcast by the shadow of the pain and dis? comfort the expectant mother must bear. If she knew of and used "MOTHER'S FRIEND," this would be all Hispelle-.. Tell your friends about it, as being a simple liniment, exclusively for external use, that re!a>:cs the uscles so that pain and suffering are unknown. lt will be sent by e?p- ;ss paid on receipt cf price, 51 .er- p. OttlP.orc.nbeboujMetallreMWuiMelitUBglsts. Beak."M. v J," malled free, containing eenutkle advice to exj>ccl*nt mot' era. K BRAP-K1KI.O RRCI'l.AT-in. CO., Atlantn, Cn. I'fm ??;I.i'i / told A?r >!lo'.l'.r'l friend.'" S MmmmmwmmK\mmmwmm Personals Morgrn Pendleton wa? in Fin daring the past week. Mi* Era McGuire, of Winchester, ia the guest of Mm. E. Morgan Pendle? ton. Mr. David O'Rork, of Staunton, i? the guest of his daughter, Mrs, T, M. Wade. Miss Lillian Paul, of Harrisonburg, j burg...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 January 1902

15 Minutes sufficient to give you most delicious tea biscuit using Royal Baking Powder as di? rected. A pure, true leavener. zoooo$oooooo4>$oov o********* ftaY finn's Wedded JoaEnEY.| z ? +0+00OW0QO-O-0-O- *>e>^dee>eee^ee,*> ".Pears to me," said Philury Corwin to her ia valid sister, Rhody Ann? ".pears to me as if sothin unusual lik. was a-goin on to them Carterser. seen the greatest lot o, fixin a-goin, i there these last two days, an, I he*. they got Mis, Dorney up from King Holler a-sewin,. An,Miu, Carter bong two silver plated napkin rings down i. Collinses. I think 1,11 jest run acros an, inquire, if you will watch them pies, I am that fierce to know if Glory Ann be res-lly a-goin, to marry that Pi.il*tus Antrim.'' Wi it a startling admonition concern tag tb- p:ej,Pbilury started ber tour of ? vt r iirati ?n. ''How be yo, Mis, Carter!,, sha in* quired as she paused before the kitchen doo .nd looked at that lady, who was b'i \ iking sweet smelling cakes. Gaiter lo...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 February 1902

THE LEXINGTON Ga/^TTE. S_ _ wmmmmmm^T^T^^^mmmmmmmmmm^^^^^^^^ mi III Ulina- .I???-??-.-??aaaaaa-aaBBBB-a-a-aBBBBr_?_-BBa-BBaaafc f vTs^TnoTIj ~~ Lexington, Kockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, February o 1802 -{ 81.5<!a Year THE COMMONER, Issued W wkly Box. W. J. DkYAJL William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ? . NEBRASKA. TERMS-Payable In Advance. One Year Six Months a Throe Months Single Copy fl.00 .CO ito M Ni 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.5 The Gazbtt has^mado a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thu Gazettk one year for $2.25. cash with order. Send your name rind post office address to THE GAZETTE. Attorueys-at-Law ami Notary Public, Lutisoton. Va. Will practice In Rookbrldge aud adjoining counties Spacial attention slven to tho Collec...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 February 1902

The Gazette 1 OBUSSatl EVERY WEEK BY Etn-x*r-l?,y ?"b Oompuny Eu. ired at the Postoffice at Letinytoi Va , pa second-class mail matter ED YORIALNOTES Tho man who first conceived the id . latiofl beverages received $60,000 for for his id-ja from an Eng Itali 1 rowing Erm. :,. rc giiition of Professor lt. J. C -ok is demanded by the students of (hunt University, Tenn, because of Li ttack on tha Daughters of tbe v on ederney. Tha students of the qi v.isity arenegroe3. Con, e s ons for the building of an electti ra head from Cairo, Egypt, to Mee i with a branch line to Mount Sin.'h'vo binn secured by Chicago capr life11. i.rea 3 soph Wheeler says that the,, in litifc doubt but that the peop'e of Cuba will demand that their goren nant-apply fer annexation lo the United Stales in. the near future. Ho aaya that when he was in Cuba many of the more intelligent people fa (-rod runioxa-tiou. Great Britain is making a test of ekvt.ic transportation wagons for the nae ol her army. Ihe test is b...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 February 1902

??MiM, m IXWCMNT MOTHERS^ af~iCt*-.a. fc> xvhcrc " Mottcrs F.lcad" is not 2? known or used. Et_. ? fc'-ca Go ni* mri nntl Sa fatv ?*?,*&*i? where the virtues of ?? "luther's Friend " arc known / rnnaol btar <(.' lt i-. tSroru Maj only liniment lathe world tint l-.y outward application roba cli.ldlalrth ol H lei ora. Ertry woman ifiou'.d tell litr trtcixh cf it, whether needed now or not. <^% nota**-*). Friend I* told Vr all r>rurrt<t?. at CU 1 . tatt I lt* of "prto "^T* Cl.Ol' Per tCttlf. Book on " afoUMraooa " Illili1 I lr.T ?? :i-Jii;ijlg laluaUcuifuintaliui tr_2 anivolunuiy tts-im .nial.. Every woaaan ahocM mi it lo I I 35 TMK buadfikid sr-socLATon ca.at'rnta, ca. jnnrv v?v v v ?v?nv.?.? C kristian Endeavor Celebra? te Mt Hon The 21at anniversary of the found? ing of the Christian movement waa fittingly observed here Sunday evening by tba society of Trinily Methodist church, Bev. J. H. Light, pastor. The chancel wes approptiately decorated with flowers and Chri...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 February 1902

.Thc following sto?y from Vi'gum re'Oeraiaag General Phil Sheridan lb tad to be both new and tm?: Ger*e!nl Phil Sheridan was resting fr-ni a raid during the war in camp rear a fine old mane;on in Virginia. The former master of the man-i >n had been killed in the battle of Alanassas "Mamniv," who had been themitreas, chief eoaafortsr vion this event oc? curred, had prastically taken charge of the plantation and had mn things ?letty nraoh io suit herself. Sheri lin's soldiers hal takei every sound BOW on the place, including two carriage horace' Af. er the raid was ovei -"?""Mammy" euterod ihe house to fin ber mistress and the t*o child * wetpiiiaj bitterly. "Mammy" fiske 1: "Child, what in de worl' i d^ w 1 ter?" Tie lady replied bet wciu sob "Mammy, they've taken tie e .rriig liorres, and an officer tells me "re' rever get them aga:n unless I tike thc Otth." "Den, chile, take deoif.'Tain'ts'i bery baJ, is it? Vex tab 1 e widoat -uckeiing yo, niouf when o, was h baby. 1 made you t...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 February 1902

\ Ooo!*-****10*' V*?- a* ._,. -a,.. iA^TT 0 V. 98. No. 12 d on, Kockbridge County, Virginia* Wednesday, February !2 [902, ,ur THE COMMONER, Issued Wcokly -.TT'l*^ Boil. W. j. BaiAM. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, . . IS EB RA SK A. TEUMS?Payable in Advance. Ono Year $1.00 Bix Months . M Throe Months J8C Single Copy.... .08 So traveling eanvassers are employe! Terms for loenl agents sent upon application. All money should be sent hy P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stumps.2 The Gazett hasl'mado a clubbing hrrangcruent wltti Colonel Bryan wheivby we can furnish Th, Coraraonorand TBS vASSITS one yea i lol $2.85. cash with order. Send your name and post office address t THE GAZETTE, Lsxlngtoa Ya. laVaa-aJal..?a. i \V PROVE i IONAL CARLS. il??l ST.l.N, V irnej* at Law, Lkxikuton, Ya F- 'tANiv T. 0LA80OW, .ttoroey-at-Law, Lsxi**oto>, Va ) OBS RT 0-.Tt.ET \ Att ?i-u^y-iit-La'.v, LsxixoTOS, Va" W J. P ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 February 1902

The Gazette ??ur.*.' : r wira nv BPevcin;* ct? Compnny Kal red at theF - Lexington \Ta., , ? ;1' ?^ev Owing to the death of M*. B. H. Barclay, sditor and proprietor of tb. q only thi i -mo tl. -werie I. carry the ndTertisometts We copy the following editorial noti ? from the County Newe, What du posit the (I.vsett ?wo an not yet informed, bul tom definite conclusion frill he reached ii a -hort time and the interests of th beerik ra and patrons guarded. Pintnu. ?y 'ion, tb pea .tiona which wo haves vars e jojed with oar neighbor dow the eet, the Cit rang tl lb conducted a? a r'-vi E. H. Burel a labors here done, waa Tue his fathers in the Lexia ery For mere- th;iu l-l yen been eompetitora for pal Daring al tb I, riod ? hai I i uttered no -? i h si 1 between ai :> 1 wi tea Iii il had a st ag for the ether er (aper, We can lay upon grave the tribute that wo shall alw remember him as a contemporary w in his relations with 113, carried out Scriptural injunction to "Seek pe and pursue ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 February 1902

LEXINGTON !;' i^^^^^^H Lexington, Virgini^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H < %hbt> TUE COMMONER, Issued We.-.l.ly Box. W. J. Bai**. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ^ ? NEBRAbKA. TERMS-Payable in Advance. One Year fl. 00 Six Months -CC Three Months '8-r Single Copy.... -Oj No travel'rt;* eanvassers are employed, Terms forloral agents sent upon application All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Oo not send Individual checks or stamps. . Thi: Gazett ha9*"niad? a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Comtnoner'aud Tnx Gazette one year foi $2.25, cash with order. Send your name and post office address to T 'i: GAZETTE, Lrtxlrgtou Va. i Ulai I > ' Wu ?^^*_ro*t-^^aaf iain aft iTIaVrrqi ? w PROKEWONAL CALiDS. P. HOI STON, Attorney nt Law, Lexington, Va F1A.NK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, LsxiSOTON, V* K OBERT CUTLET Atttrney-at-Law, Lexinoton. Va' W T. SHIELDS, Attoruoy-at-Law' Lexinoton, Va...

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