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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 April 1902

Mfa ?mtit. Published Every Friday Evening. J, Boon Moore. 'Wm.K.Kennedy. Al OOH & K K N N K I) Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., Apml 18,1902. Subscription Rates in Advance: One Year.... $1.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Mouths.. .GO I Single Copy.05 ?ST Advertising rates furnished on ap? plication. Bartnoai Local Notices 10c. a Uno for tirst insertion and 5c. a line for each sub ei|iient insertion. Obitaariea ezoeodiai- 101ii.es, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be I'aid foi at Hie rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. H4. WAUK HAMPTON DEAD* A typical southerner of ante belluin days passed to tho other side of the river Friday when General Wade Hampton died at his home in Columbia, S. C. He was ti foeman in time of war as earnest in the effort to divide the Union as he was earnest after the war in trying to heal the breach to save something in the wreck. As a friend or foe he was a brave, chivalrous and high-minded man, whose broken fortunes and un? daunted spirit awake...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 April 1902

Mfa fectt*. Lexington', Va., Apiul 18, 1902. i-f THE GAZETTE again this week goes into many ncw;lii?iiies of Lexington and Koekbridge with the invitation for all such persons to become regular sub? scribers. The price has been reduced to $1.00 a year. All former .subscribers arc request? ed to notify us whether they wish the paper continued or not, and those in arrears for sub Mcription are respectfully urged to arrange at once for the settle? ment of the same. New Advertisements. II. 0. Dold, hickory ashes for ir ale. Dr. Louis Iv. Walz, professional card. Lyons, Mundy & Co. new store, new goodt. James G. Dixon, real estat 'dealer, and leal estate for sale. R. E. R. Nelson, referee in bankruptcy, two notices to creditors. Weinberg Cash lothiog l'oiiip:.uy, reduction to 50c. on the dollar. A. K. Fletcher. Clerk of the U. 8. District Court, notice of discharge of J. T. Ailstock, bankrupt. .1. P. Minne, W. T. Shields and W C. Stuart, sinking fund coinniisxioiiers of Rockbridge. pr...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 April 1902

IN THE ORCHARD, Corer Cropa of Tsvo Kinds nnd Tliolr Comparative A il vii ntii ??,???*?. There nre practically two classes ol plants which the orcbardlsl may use for thc purpose of securing a cover Crop, These are the nitrogenous class on the one hand and Hu* nonnltroge nous class on tho other. The difference between these two ls ma 'ked by the ?-?;?,* '??'%??-^j? f aaBV. ? -? v ?*-. ii sSalia' (OWlT.AK BROADCAS1 i:i>. power ol' the plants ot tbe nitrogenous class to appropriate the free nitrogen of the air and store it op in their tis? sues In such n woy that ll i; more or lest readily available to the succeeding crops. Prominent among plants which have this property are the clovers, peas, beans and vetches. These aro the fanner's friends, tho nitrogen collect? ors. Concerning cover cn.ps and the orchard, Professor John Craig of Cor nell university has summarized his in? vestigations as follows: The orchard is to be viewed in the tight of a speedie crop. Humus is essential to th...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 April 1902

/ ^Lexington Gazette VOLUME 98. NO. 22. LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. APRIL 25. 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Mexican Hustang Liniment don't stay on or near tha surface, int goes in through the muscles anti ta-Hues to tbe bone aud drive* out all bareness aud iiitlainmstioa. For a Lame B^ ;k, Sore Muscles, or. in fact, all Lameness and .Sore? ness of your bod)'' there ij nothing that will drive out the pain and in? flammation so quickly as Mexican Mustang Liniment. If )Tou cannot reach the spot your? self get some one t) assict you, for it is essential that the liniment be rubbed in most thoroughly. Mexican flustang Liniment cvercc mes the ailments nf horses and nil <l<>in<*tic animals. In turn, ftfc it. u lltteu healer kital |Maitl killer uoiautter v. hu or what tho patient u. HAVE YOU HKARD OF THE Famous Jewett Piano ? The standard old Boston make that has boan manufactured by two generations ul tue Jowett family ol expert pi-ino makers. 42 Years Before the Public. Wc have wil...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 April 1902

Ihe fecttc. Published Every Friday Evening. J. Boon Mooki, Wm.H.Kknskdy. M O () R E & KENNED Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., Anni. 96,1902. Subscription Kates In Advance : One Year... .-fl.00 | Tin te Months.. .811 Si\ .Months.. .r,o J MagieCop-f_ .06 if Advertising rates furnished on ap? plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for ?lal insertion nnd So- a line for each rab equeut insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid foi at tho rn te of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 84. HAS LOCAL OPTION FAILED? From what ninny deemed ns not a strict enforcemeot of the local option low some thought that it was * failure, lint things took a radical change on Saturday, when Mayor Pierson assessed against William BfcKeevet a fine of i960 and six mouthe imprison? ment in jail, rand against James I). Brown, $100 and six months imprisonment, fon^selling whiskey in a local option town. Mr. Brown is an employee of Mr. McKeever. This decisio...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 April 1902

Mfa ^xiette. Lexington, Va., April 25,1!K)2. Married in Lexington. Mr. ,John H. Flaherty of Buf? falo near Zollman, and Miss Lula E. Sopinger drove to Lexington Sunday morning and were married by Rev. R. E. Hutton at his resi? dence. The bride is a daughter of Mr. J. H. Supingor of Bloekton, Iowa, and for nearly a year has been visiting friends and rela? tives in Rockbridge. She is a granddaughter of Mr. Adam Zollman and a niece of her husband's first wife. The bridal pair weis a-companied to Lexing? ton by Mr. Charles Grim of near Natural Bridge. V. M. I. Cadets Keturn. The eorps of the Virginia Mili? tary Institute cadets, who spent a week at the Charleston Exposi? tion, returned to Lexington Tues? day morning. They express themselves as delighted with their tri]) and are loud in their praise of I their enthusiastic reception and j *" kind treatment at Charleston. j, The postoffice at Monmontli lias been discontinued by the Post office Department. Miss Willie IfcKemj, the former p...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 April 1902

A LEVELING TRIANGLE. For Irvtsj-atora In a Small Way?De talla of Conatrnetlon. The use of a leveling triangle wai suggested to small lrrigators in Cali? fornia many years ago by a prominent Irrigation engineer. It ls constructed in this way: The three pieces A B. B C and C A are made fast to each other at A, B Bod C. The board B D le fastened to the triangle at right angles to A C. An or dinary carpenter's square used in thc TRIANGLE WITH PLCMB BOB. construction of the apparatus will in? sure sufficient accuracy in the position of B D. Near B, on tbe board B D, a plumb line is made fast. The plumb bob, like a mason's plumb bob, hangs In a bole, so that when B D is vertical the string hangs very near the surface of the board B D. When B I? ls exact? ly vertical, A C is exactly horizontal if the angles at D are true right angles. Tbe dimensions of the triangle may be about as follows: A V. 12 feet long; A B, about 7 feet 3 Inches; C B. about 10 feet; B D. about 0 feet long. Other dime...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 May 1902

Ghe 3Lextnaton zcttc ? VOLUME 98. NO. 23. LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. MAY 2. 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Mexico; ftustang Liniment don't stay on or near tba I?????fVp, bat -roes .n throuph the muscles and tissues to the bono and drive, out _.ll teoreuess and iuliauiuiatiou. For si Lame Back, Sore Muscles, or, in fact, al] Lameness and vSore ness of your body there is nothing that will drive out the pain and in- ?** -' ?lamination bo quickly a? Mexican Mustang Liniment ? If you cannot read, thc spot your? self get some < nc 1 > nssiet you, for it is essential that thc liniment be rubbed in moct thoroughly. Mexican Huslang Liniment overcomes the ailinoiits . fh tree*a'i 1 all liontawtifl animals. In fact, Itisallesh beakruuJ |iaiii killer ti miatter whoo:* v\ hut the patient ia. HA Vc: YOU HIiARl) OF TIIK Famous Jewett Piano ? The standard old Boston make that has been manufactured by two generations of the Jewett family of expert piano makers. 42 Years Before the Public. We have 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. — 2 May 1902

Ihe teette. Published Every Friday Evening. J. Boon Mooni*. Wm.R.Kksnkdy. M 0O1E & K B N N B D Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., May 2, 1902. Subscription Rates in Advance: One Year.... *1.00 I Three Months.. .35 Six Months.. .50 j Single Copy.05 W Advertising rates furnished on ap? plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a Hue for lirst insertion and 5c- a line for each fiub equent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone So. 84. WILL THK CONSTITUTION BE PROCLAIMED? The framers of this instrument are now at home to receive instruc? tions from the people who elected them what they must do when the convention re-assembles, May 22. It does seem that, elected as they were upon a platform pledged to let the people approve or dis? approve of their work, no further action is necessary bj the people. There is no question that the con? vention can proclaim it, but in doing so they violate a ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 May 1902

Mfa fertte. Lexington, Va., May 2, 1002. New Advertisements. Dr. J. H Hartman, professional card. J.G. Dixon, real estate agent?" Moun? tain View" farm for sale. W. T. Shields, attorney, notice to creditors of James Gaylor, dec'd. Weinberg's Casli Clothing Company, stock of clothing at 50c. on the dollar. Lyons, Mundy & Company, everything new In clothing and gents' furnishing goods. A. K. Fletcher, Clerk of U. 6. Distiict Court-petition ott). K. Black for a dis? charge in bankruptcy Dante's Hell. A large and appreciative audience gathered in the chapel of Wash? ington and Lee University Mon? day evening to hear the explana? tory lecture of Dr. Correll and see the stereopticon pictures of Dante's hell. Agreeahly to Dante's vision there were com partments for different degrees of punishment?one for the murderer, one for the robher, one for the traitor, one fer the hypocrite, etc., running through the whole cata? logue of sins. The pictures of the sufferings and eternally damned m...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 May 1902

P^MNQ^fS THE MANGO. Ita Propagratlon?How to Make ant Set Cuttlng-a. A Florida correspondent of Farm, Field and Fireside gives this method of propagating the mango: Take a cutting (terminal preferred) of well ripened wood In a dormant Btate from eight to twelve inches long. The stock may be of equnl size or lar? ger than the cutting and should be In a growing condition. Make an incision on the side of the stock near the ground from two to four inches long. removing only a thin shaving of wood, much as for la arching, but makiug at the same time a tongue, as for side grafting. Then make a like Incision, with a corresponding tongue, on the Bide of the cutting, but it should be made -within about two Inches of the top of the cutting. Then press the cor? responding tongues firmly in place and wnp with strong cloth. The exposed end of the cutting, hav? ing been firmly pressed Into the soil, should be thoroughly watered and the soil drawn around the whole so that little if any of the wrapp...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 May 1902

Che lexington (Bazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 24. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1902. ONEDOLLARA YEAH Mexican ntmdfig Liniment don't stay on or near th* rar far-e, . nt (roes . i throagn tho, mnsrlos and ?issues to tho bone and drives out ll soreness ned inflammation. For a Lame Back, Sore Muscles, or, in fact, all Lamcnes3 and Sore- \ ness of your body lucre 1., nothing that will drive out Hie pain and in- ? flammation do quickly as Mexitcan , Mustang LfoSirnent. * If 3*011 cannot rca< ,1 thc spot your? self get some i nc ! -... i. t you, for it is essenli. ! ; - I i 'a.- liniment be rubbed in 1:101 t 1 !ior uglily. Mexican far. ... ; Liniment orercomostlit>ailiu.?::*,. h >?? ? ,* I .. ie lie animals. In ftu% Itistttleslilivakr-....i ],...!..? .. . ?.......; what tho patient ia. HAVr. YOU HKARD OF THE Famous Jewett Piano ? Tie standard old Booton mekethst luis been nmnufaclurod by twogenerations of the Jewetl family of expert piano makers. 42 Years Before the Public. We hav...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 May 1902

Mfa <fecttc. Published Every Friday Evening. J.Soon Moors, YVm.K.Kknnki-.. M 0 (> K B & K E N N B D Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., Mw si, 1002. Subscription Rates in Advance : Om Year... .if-1.00 I Three Months.. .05 Six .Months.. .50 | Bingle Copy.05 ?ST Advertising rates furnished on ap? plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line foi first insertion and 5c. a line for each sub. cqnent Insertion. Obituaries ezoeedltsB 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 5c. pei lino. TH.-phone Mo. 84. ENCOURAGING PROSPECT. The publishers of Tm Gazktti arc gratified at lin* substantial aid of the citizens of Rockbridge extended to them on Monday, in B renewal of the pleasant relations which has existed tor so many years between the paper and it* patrons. This was strikingly illustrated hy the scores of silver dollars which fell into our till tn continue the acquaintance for another year. We are very thank? ful for this, and gives us enco...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 May 1902

"Ute teettt Lexington, Va., May 9, 1.H02. New* Advertisements. Bennett N. Bell, trustee, salo ol lots. Irwin 4 Co , dealers in dry goods, groceries, etc Charlottes di lo Hardware Company, salesman wauted. Strain & Patton, in the clothing war. with th* best of clothing. H. E. H. Nelson, referee in bankruptcy, notice to creditors of W. O. Taylor. Robert Cathu, Commissioner in Chaucery. notice of W. \V. Huff, plaintiff. vs. John A. Huff's heiis. Christian Endeavor Officers. Tho ( -hristian Endeavor Society of Trinity Methodist church om last Sunday sleeted the following officers for the ensuing torin : Mr. H. W. Amole, president; Mr. E. W. G. Boogher, vice-president; Miss Mattie R. Varoer. secretary ; Mrs. II. E. Hutton, treasurer; Kev. J. H. Light, superintendent Junior work, with Miss Grace Fuller, assistant. The name of the society was slightly changed ami will hereafter be known as the Epworth League of Christian Endeavor. This puts the society in closer denomi? national relati...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 May 1902

A CASE OF IDENTITY [Copyright. 1902, by C. B. Lewis.] The postmaster at Clayton at the time I write of and for two years pre? viously was a single man, thirty-five years old, named Henry Day. Ile made his home with a widow named Martin, who had three children. As postmaster he was known to every man, woman and child for five miles around, and you would say that his Identity could he proved above any other man's. One morning Day was missing, and within an hour the widow startled the com? munity by charging him with attempt? ed assault and robbery. Her state? ment was to the effect that she had been awakened about midnight and found him in her room. She had that day received $2,000 lu cash, and he de? manded the money. When she cried out, he struck her with a club, and dur? ing the few minutes she was uncon? scious he secured the money and fled. Did any one doubt her story? Waa there tho slightest reason to suspect slie could be mistaken? She had seen him and heard his voice. So also ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 May 1902

{Ihe ^Lexington (Bazette. VOLUME 1)8. KO. 25. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA FRIDAY. MAY lt; 1902. OM'] DOLLAR A YEAR Mexican flustang Liniment don't stay on or near the surface, bat goes ri through tho muscles ant tissues to thc bono and drives out oil soreness and iudauunatioa, ... For a Lame Back, Sore Muscles, or, in inc1, all Lameness and Sore-fla* ness 'yt ir tx !y there is nothing T that drivi >ut the pain and in* *W flammat: - _,o quickly as J Mexican Mr tang Liniment. < If ??on cann ': the spot your* self get some ono lo assist you, for it is essen ti. i that the liniment be rubbed in most thoroughly. Me: can /Mustang Liniment Overcomes the ? it is tx ile. ii bea nti*rf ? ;> i 1 ,-. I .i in.- *i,- uniiimls. In fact, :. I j:..:. UH ? no matter wLuor what tho putleutia, HAVE YOU U! AUD OF THK Famous Jewett Piano ? Tin- standard old Boston make that has been manufactured by two generations Ol the Jewett family of expert piano makers. 42 Years Before the Public. We have sold this...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 May 1902

Mfa -fecttc. Published Every Friday Evening. .). s. ott Moori. Wm. Et. Kknxkdy. M () o R B & k i: \ N B i> v, Publishers. Lexington, Va.. Mai 16, 1902. Subscription Kates in Advance : One Year.. ..$1.00 I Three .Months.. .86 Six Months.. .00 Bingle Cony.08 ?S-i-T Advertising rates furnish cd on Mp plication. BflBlBBBI Local Notices Hie. a ilno for first insertion and 5c. a line for each BBB? c<Hieiit insertion. Obit naries exccedii.u 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid foi at the rate of Bo. pel line. Telephone Mo. ;>4. VALLEY RAILROAD STOCK UNPRODUCTIVE ASSET. A iiiownicnt is on liam! in Balti? more to try .'md reap sonic benefit from tlie 10,000 shares of stock of the Valley Railroad ol Virginia which is owned by that city and hitherto regarded aa valueless. On Monday night a resolution was introduced in the First Branch of the City Council with that end in view. It calls for the appoint? ment ol' u committee from cadi branch to investig...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 May 1902

Uk tedie, Lexington, Va., May 1G, 1902. Confederate Memorial Day. The time for strewing flowers on the graves of the Confederate dead lias been definitely fixed for Tues? day, June 3rd. It is a trifle later this time than for several years. This was made necessary from the fact that to secure the distinguish? ed speaker they have, he was per? mitted to fix the time most suita? ble for him to be here. It is conceded that the (amp through its officers, made a wise and judicious seleetion in ( otxrade Ber. George W. Finley, D. I)., tis the orator of the occasion. A programme will be printed Shortly, as the details are not as yet fully known, but will be similar to that of last year. Everything necessary to make it a success has already been accomplished. The date is June 3rd (anniversary of President Jefferson Davis' birth),the Y.M.I. Cadets have been secured, the co-operation ot'thc Daughters of the Confederacy pledged, and an eloquent Confed? erate orator to make the address of the o...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 May 1902

THE MAN m THE WHfTE CRAVAT rOrlginal.] The changes in Ameiics during the last half of the nineteenth century are In no particular more marked than In the Mississippi river. When that river was the highway between the north? west mill the gulf, the steamers plying upon it, handsome boats for their time, carried all sorts of people, among them the most relined In the land. A sin? gular proximity to mothers and chil? dren were the gambling tables in IBS men's cabin, separated from the ladies' cabin only hy a curtain. When a youngster of eighteen, I wns sent from Cincinnati to New Orleans to collect fl debt for my employers. Having succeeded, I started back with tin* (iioney. $10,000 in bills, in my mon? ey belt, then fl common method of transporting funds. I was sitting one morning ott the guards, viewing tho plantations we were passing, when a gentleman wearing a white necktie sat down beside me and entered into con? versation. He BOOB led the subject to the Rambling going on on the b...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 May 1902

Gbe TLextnaton (Bazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 26. LEXINGTON, VI RGI NI A PB 11 ) A V, Al A V 23, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEA 1' IP Yflll WM I PUT a teaspoonful of Mexican Mustang Lln ll IUU niLLlUI lment into a glass half full of water and with this gargle jour throat often it will quickly care a Sore Throat. <Rtj3fc> Keep this fact always fresh in your memory:? For Cuts, Mashes and all Open Sores, you need only to apply Mexican ^ustang ^inimenl a few times and the soreness and inflammation will be conquered and thc wounded flesh healed. To get thc best results you should saturate a piece ofsoft cloth with the liniment and bind it upon the wound as you would a poultice. 2oe., 50c. anti $1.00 a bottle. i/rrn a at CYC AM your poultry and nt the very first sign of IVttl Hil EIC UH Houp. Scaly Legs. BunibWont or other diseases among your fowls uso Mexican Mustang Liniment. Now methods which comprise tlie latest discoveries and tin* devoid of danger or sleep-producing drugs. They have been he...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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