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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 June 1902

fifa toettt Published Every Friday Evening. .J. St OTT MoobB. Wm.H. Kknnkiiv M COKE & K E N N E I) V, Publishers. Lexington, Va., June 27, L902. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year_*1.()0 I Three Months- . .28 Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy.OB ?*f*r Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices ldc. a line for first insertion and 6o< a line tot each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceedii.i; 10ll&es, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid foi at the rate of Be. pei line. Telephone No. 34. DEATH OF JUDGE CHARLES GRATTAN. Judge Charles Grattan died of heart disease nt Iii.- home in Staunton, Va., Friday morning in his 69th vrar. He was well known in Lexington, especially by tlrr* bar. Judge Grattan had lived an active life. He was born in RocK ingham county, anti belonged to tbe distinguished family of Scotch Irish stock. When he was 22 years ol' nov he was elected to the Vir? ginia Legislature, and se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 June 1902

trite fecttc. Lexington, Va., June 27, 1902, REMOVAL NOTICE. On account ol' rem oval thi* week to our new quarters, upstairs in thc White building, next door to Withrow's corner, on Main street, this issue of Tm: Gazette is published .'io hours in advance ol' our regular time for publication. Personal. Ml*. .J.dui Boone of Roanoke, is visiting Mrs. J. C. Boude. Miss .lonnie Mnrkli luis returned from a visit to Baltimore. Mr. Presley a. Heron of Chicago, is the guest of Dr. C. G. Dold. Attorney-General Wm A. Anderson returned to Richmond Monday. Mr. Samuel Vf. Steirett of High? land county, luis been in town several days. Miss Lucy Howe of Pulaski county, is visiting Mrs. S. T. Ruff of near Lexington. Mr. Prank W. Jenksand family of Richmond ure here this week visit? ing relatives. Dr. .1. ll. Pierson of Baltimore, is visiting his parents, Mayor and Mrs. W. F. Pierson. Mr. H. A. Senseney of Roam kc. was here Tuesday visiting his father. Mr. James M. Benseney. State Treasurer A. "\\\ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 June 1902

WINDPROOF HURDLES. Plani. For IleniovliiK One Objection tf. Thia Kin.I of I-Viiolnii. One objection which seems to bs made to the more general us-- of hur? dles is the liability of their being Mown over. A writer in Country Gentleman submits illustrations of nurdi- s which. he says, offer less resistance or aro hot? ter fortified against the effects of the wind: Fig. 1, while not strictly a movable hurdle, is nevertheless considered ns such and is the one In most common use hereabout. I can only give ineas moments from memory, but should say that they were ten feel long mid five feet high when set up. The figure shown is made of sawed stuff, hut they are more often made of split saplings. The construction, however, is precisely the same. Holes are made with a bar. >*2 and they are set end to end and pinned together nt the top. These, like those supported on the A crutch, form a per? fectly straight fence, which is not so proof against the force of the wind as one built zi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 July 1902

Xlfoe ^Lexington Cazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 32. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA^ FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S GASH GL0THIN6 GO, The Place to Get Big Values for Little Money, The Larg rsl Slock OF NEW GOOD TO SELECT FROM. 100 Snits of tho Dc Young stock which wc will sell at 50c. on tho dollar. Don't fail to sec our CLOTHING. If advertised elsewhere it is cheaper here. Weinberg Cash Clothing Co. Main Street, opposite new Bank ami Postoffice, kExmsTON, Virginia.* Phoss No. 7 -?'^^HB.^HwKRa^W. Drills, Harrows, COOKING STOVES, Buggies, Carriages, WAGONS, Bujrjjy nnd Wagon Harness. A large stock of REPAIRS for all kinds of Machines, including Knives, QUABDB, Sections, At. At Old Stand, Corner Main and Henry Streets. W. F. PIERSON. Fraternal Orders. Mountain Cit}* Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons, meets 2nd and 4th Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall, Frank Moore, VV. M. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Rockbridge Lodge. No. 58. I. O. (). F? meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall W....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 July 1902

ihe fecttc. Published Every Friday Evening. J. Scott Moona. VYm.K.Kknnkoy M () 0 K K & K K N N K 1) Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., .ina 4.1902.f' Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year.. ..#1.00 ' Thr ie Months.. .fifi Six Moii'hs.. .80 . Single Copy? m <-iT Adv.Tfising ratss furnished on np ])lh'ation. ILi-iin's-- Local Notices Ide a dos for fir-it Insertion m I Bc. a line for each neb mM|iieiit insert on. Ob.,nm I.-.- exoeedli.i IO lines, tributes nf reap vt, <? ads of thanks, etc., must he j?ii I fol ai ta * MtH of So. pei line. T--I ph un* No. 84. ADJOURNED SINK DIB. The Constitutional ('(invention has ii ter mure than a year's session, completed its work ami adjourned ?sine die. The effort made by some .fits members to continue the body in existence until January, 1008, railed by a vote of 5*1 to 20. Thc ablest iiii-n in the boi'.y. Greene, Wis*-, West and Wysor, opposed sueb action with great vigor. Mr. ?ieredith of Richmond,def ended it on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 July 1902

Mfa $mtti. Lexington, Va., July 4, 1902. New Advertisements. C. J. Reid?farm of 888 acres on Timber Ridge for rent. The Gt. k D. Clothing Complim? ent prices in summer clothing. Miss Mattie P. Harris, President ? Roanoke College for young ladies. R. E. H. Nelson, Referee in Bank? ruptcy?notice to the creditors ot W. A. Hayslett, bankrupt, of Lexington. A. K. Fletcher, Clerk of United States Hist rift Court?petition for the discharge in bankruptcy ol W. E. Miller of Roekbridge county. Gazette Notes. After this issue cf Thk Gazkttk theday of publication will be "Wednes? day evening instead of Friday even? ing. The original day was Wednes? day, anti we were led to believe that WC could be of more service to our rentiers in the local held if a later day was adopted. In this we were mis? taken, as ninny subscribers did not receive their paper until the next week. Our correspondents and advert laen will please take notice of this change. Not later than Tuesday will secure to them our prom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 July 1902

SAVING CORN STOVER. Stover and Foil tl cr? C<M. vt Catalan Corn?Value of Slor*ei*. "Corn stover" means tin* vrlwile ctnlli after tbe ear bas been taken off, wlill* ?fodder" means tbe bindee saved b.\ the usual method in thenontb. C. S. Conner of tbe Clemson college (South Carolina) station says: Then are thousands of dollars' worth of feet! wasted in this state every year bj tb. expensive method of pc li! I* K roddl r. It is true that there is some daii-.tr of losing some of the corn and stover dar? ing rainy weather. If the shocks have been properly put up anti they have had time to settle well before tho rainy season sets in, there is no; laueii dan? ger of losing any corn. Hinder twine is very good for tying the top of tbe shocks after they have been pulled to? gether witli a plow line. As to cost of cutting corn by band, we found that six hands could cut and shock a given area in the same time tbat they could pull the fodder and tic lt in hands. Where a machine is use...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 July 1902

Gbe lexfoaton Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 33. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9,1902._ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S GASH CLOTHING GO, The Place to Get Big Values for Little Money. Thc Largest Stock OF NEW GOODS TO SELECT FROM. 100 Suits of tho Do Young stock which wo will se}l at 50c. on tho dollar. Don't fail to soo om* CLOTHING. If advertised elsewhere it is cheaper hore". Weinberg Cash Clothing Co. Main Street, opposite Dear Bank and Postoffice, IjEXingTON, Vlrsinia.* Phonk No. 7. Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Drills, Harrows, Cultivators, Plows, COOKING STOVES, Buggies, Carriages, WAGONS, lliiUgy and Wagon Harness. A largo stock of FiEPAIRS for all kinds of Machines, including Knives, Uuakds/Se< tions, kc. At Old Stand, Corn Main and Hnry Streets. W. F. PIERSON. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. CT, Aaeleat York Masons, meets 2nd and 4th Mon* day nights at Masonic Hall, J. Will Moors, VV. M. A. T. Shields, Sec'y. Rockbridge Lodge, No. 58, I. O. O. F., meets eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 July 1902

Hu feette. Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Bcott Moore. Wm.U.Kennbdy MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., July 9,1902. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year.... %1.00 I Three Months.. .35 Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy.08 SIT Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for first Insertion and Se a line for each sub sequent insertion. Obituaries excnedina 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., mn&toe paid for at the rate et 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. JACKSON'S MORTAL WOUND. In another column we print a statement made by Maj. Marcellus Moorman ol' Lynchburg, who was un eye-witness of the tragedy that ended the life of probably the greatest military -.'enius ol' the world's history. Beyond question if Providence had spated the life of Stonewall Jackson the map ol the United States would have been changed. Anything about this man, espec? ially his sad ending, will interest the old readers of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 July 1902

illte (tettt Lexington, Va., July 9,1902. New Advertisements. R. L. Morrison. D. 8. Administrator notice to the creditors of the estate ol Mrs. S. V. Leitch. Scott Shipp, Superintendent?proposals for furnishing fresh meats and milk at the V. M. I. John T. McKee, Seoretary?notice of meeting of stockholders of South Buena Vista Land and Improvement Company. Our New Postmaster. Mr. McClung Patton received his commission yesterdaj as postmast? er of Lexington, and commenced the administration of thc office this morning. The hopes and expecta? tions of his friends are that he will make an efficient and accomplished officer. By blood and associations he is well equipped for any office that is brought in contact with the general public. To those who are not acquainted with the new postmaster, we will say that he is in the prime of young manhood, unmarried, and a son of the late Judge James T. Patton, of Fairfield, who was not only a lawyer and jurist of ability, but a newspaper editor of r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 July 1902

HAYING TOOLS. ?Oo-rJevll" For II ti ul I ii iv?Stack Vro li-ilor I w*?<l an nil Vlfiilia Kunu. The implement here shown for haul? ing hay from the windrow to the stack is described by an Ohio Farmer corre? spondent as follows: The name it goes by here is the "go-devil." To make one get three joists 8 inches wide and 12 test long, four scantlings 2 by 4; cut the 2 by 4 iu different lengths from four to seven feet long; take seven of these pieces and sharpen one end so that they will pass under the hay nnd not catch in the ground; lay oue of the twelve foot pieces down for the head; "GO-DEVIL" FOB HAL'LIXO HAT. cut two pieces one foot long and lay one at each end of the long joist. Then lay on the leven teeth, placing tho long one in the middle and the shortest ones at the end, then the others be? tween the middle and the end ones. Then tit pieces from the eight inch joist between tlie teeth as tight as possible; then lay the other joist on top of the teeth; bore holes thro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 July 1902

<Ibe 3textn*3toit (Bazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 34. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S ASH WHIM 60, The Place to Get Big Values for Little Money. The Largest Slock m OF WEWG TO SELECT FEOM. , ?* loo Suits; ol' the DeYonnjj stock which wc will sell .-il 50c. on the dollar. Don'! fitil to seo our CLOTHING. If advertised elsewhere it is clicuper here. Weinberg; Cash Clothing Co. Main Street, opposite new Hunk .and JJostoflico, ItKXinffTON, ViF ll Thom: N< 1EL \ Binders. j fv|?Jr. Kay Rakes, ?U-^aWWWWWF- ti * A-'"' .>-> *-a-S*SaTV / \-, '* ->:r\ -.-.-.-/. ?' '??. my *, Drills, Harrows, Cultivators, Plows, COOKING STOVES, Buggies, Carriages, WAGONS, Bnjjsfy and Wagon Harness. A large stock ol REPAIRS for all kinds of Machines, including Knives, Guards, Sections, Are. At Old Stand, Corner .Main and Henry Streets. W. F. PIERSON. Fraternal Orders. .MountainCity Lodge, No. c.;, Ancleil York Masons meet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 July 1902

aSSa. Mfa ffimttt. Published Kvery Wednesday Evening. ,1. Scott Mourne. Wm.K.Kknnkoy MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., July Ki, 11)02. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year... .tl. 00 I Three Months.. .35 Six Months.. .50 J Single Copy.08 ?W Advertising rates furnished on np plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for first insertion and le. a line for each sub? sequent Insertion. Obituaries exceedlr.* 10 Ikies, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., rau&tbe paid for at the rate of Se, pei line. Telephone No. 34. WILL KLKCT THK JUDGE*. One of the most important mat? ters to lu* disposed of by the Legis? lature, now in session, is tin* elec? tion of the 2-1 Circuit Judges. A> tarns is known, Ju ige S. H. Leteher will lc elected for the 18th Circuit, composed of the counties nf Roekbridge, Augusta and Rock? ingham. A very pretty contest is on in the Nineteenth circuit, embracing tin* counties of Alleghany, High? land, Bath, B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 July 1902

Lexington, Va., July lb', lJM)2. New Advertisements. Lee-Jackson Camp?meeting July 32nd. J. McD. Adair?reduction in summer goods. Gazette office for subscriber?interest in stallion, Julius Ctesar, for sale. C. 8. Hutter, Lynchburg, Va.? windows, doom, sash and j building material. Greenlee Leteher and George E. Sipe, commissioners?sale of the Natural Bridge hotel property. .. Death of 31 rs. Fan nie L.IMeaHatitt? il arrison burg Spirit of the Valley. On last Monday Mrs. Fannie L. Pleasants died at the Western State Hospital in Staunton from a stroke of apoplexy. Her funeral took place from the Presbyterian church in this place on Tuesday evening last at 4 o'clock, being conducted by the Rev. Dr. Palmer. About a year ago Mrs. Pleasants* mind \*as^affected^ due in a- large, measure tb"her failing ln-a.ltb,and she was taken to the Hospital with the hope that time and the treatment there would benefit her. Her death at this time was particularly sad be? cause there had been an improve? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 July 1902

IPiM^ilBtK ^>v*r ORCHARD FUMIGATION. Apparatus Devised fer I iulillim Sun Josi- Scale on Pencil 'IVci-k. A fumigating device recently u^vtl for the San .lose seale in orchard work in New York is illustrated by Country Gentleman, which tells how it waa bandled: The spreading brauehes were drawn in with a rope, permitting the tents, which are twelve feet in diameter, u*. drep tiver tlie trees. Two trees tire t'u migateil at a tluie, the apparatus pass lTMIliATINO Dl'VK'E. lng between the rows. The tents arc hun.',' from the gaffs, which are long enough tO serve the purpose. The tents are drawn up from thc bot tom and when telescoped are still fur thcr lifted tC thc height of the outer cuds ol' tin- -all's and in position to drop over the tree. The tents are then let down as far as they will settle. The smaller the tree the lower they will sink and the less space will re? main for tlie use of the iras. Thc BUT* plus tent gathers on the ground. Two men tan easily handle the a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 July 1902

VOLUME 98. NC). 86. ^Lexington (Bazette LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, W EDNESDAY. JULY 23, 1902. ONE I KILLAH A YEA li WEINBERG'S ASH 0L0THIN6 CO. The Place to Get Big Values for Little Money. rv lite Largest Stock rn OF IUEW GOOD TO SELECT PROM. 100 Snits of tbe DeYonng stock which we will sell al 50c. on the dollar. Don't Fail to see onr CLOTHING, ii advertised elsewhere it is cheaper here. Weinberg Cash Clothing; Co. Milln Street, ?>;>]>?<>^it-? ni ? Millik Mill Postoffice, liKXll 1'noNi: Ni J*a-?yyfr'atrs-jaJ s ' 4fl eS*8|| Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Drills, Harrows, Cultivators, Plows, COOKING STOVES, Buggies, Carriages, WAGONS, Buggy anti Wagon Harness. A large stock of REPAIRS for all kinds of Machines, incl liding Knives, Guards, Sections, At, Ai Old Btand* Corner Main and Henry sirc-*-is. W. F. PIERSON. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 07, Ancle*! York Masons inerts 8n<l and 41li Mon? day nights at Masoni.-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 July 1902

tyke teettr. Published Every Wednesdsy Evening. J. Scott Mookk. W.m.K.Kknnkdy MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., July 23,11)02. Subscription Rates in Advance : Oue Year-*1.00 I Thr^e Months.. .2ft Six Mool hs.. .50 | Sln-rle Copy.03 ?ET Advertising rat?s furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c a tins for flr.-it Insertion and Se. a Hos for eaeliMih <*equetat insert.on. Obit nunns ?soeedJi.t 10 lines., tributes ul rosp.'ct, cirds of thank**, etc., must be pii I for at trio rats of ?">*?? p**t Un*'. TttHkhosa* No. :$4. CONCENTRATE SCHOOLS. There uro many criticisms made about the management of the public schools. Attorney-General Anderson hit the nail on the hen J when ha? said, '-we attempt to establish too many schools." That ie the troubla now, ami caused Dr. Southall in his biennial report last week to deplore their condition. He says: "We have been disslp tiiii" our educations! energies and resources, instead of consolidat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 July 1902

Uttc fettle, Lehngton, Va., July 23, 1902. New Advert is*.-mc-nts. Joseph 8. Maleer?farm for salo. J. S. Gibson?small farm for salo. Irwin k Co.?things that are needed in housekeeping. Bank of Hockbridgc -statement of fi? nancial condition. First National Bank?stat em ?>ut of fi? nancial condition. Lexington Mutual Telephone < 'oinpony ?overdue bills unpaid. Supt, Scott Bhlpp?advertisement of tho Virginia Military Institute. A. I\. Fletcher, dork of I. S. Court? two iietitions for discharge lu bankruptcy, A. Nash Johnston, supt. of schools? examination of teachers and meeting of county school board. Liood Showing- of Our Honks. Statements of the two banks of Lexington have just been issued, showing these financial institutions to boon n substantial basis. The statement of the First National Hank. Mr. .Ino. T. Dunlop, president, Mr. B. K. Vaughan, cashier, bearing date of July I, 1903, shows that after paying their regular annual dividend of 8 per cent. #8,000 h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 July 1902

yawaaw tTaiirr i ii a.,jam --r i.>^.-~ - -rt.ir.m ? - Coni.niss.or.C'^' .Sale of Valuable Rea j Estate AND Hotel Property AT THE NAT ll KAL URI DUR, VA. Paiwsaal to decrees of the circuit Court of the United Mata's, for the West ern District of Virginia, rendered respect* ively ?>ii the ITlh day of Fehruaiy. 1899, and the luth day of l>eeeniber, 1901, In the ohsaoor.i cause therein pending under the St? le of F. VV. I bee, I vs. the IJhaSgoW I livest incut Company, ill'' nii'lersi:(iied eoiinnissioneis will un lin 25th day of August, 1902-Ot I-J M. otter for sale at public auction , upon ihe premises, am the certain rea> estate, ex ccpt fi*1 ex.- ptod below, .situated on the east side of ('?*dur Creek, near Natural Illidge, '?a . embracing about 1 Ot 1.0. Acres, and l.novvn as th,*,* Natural Bridge Hotel Property, with tl-e. buddings n,ndi imj?vv.veiu.oiitH coiu^lsiiig. the. liojtej ippjedpreand The Caution, anil, tu,o untyiislied llote,; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 July 1902

tlbe lexington Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 30. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1!K)2. ONEDOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S GASH CLOTHING GO, The Place to Get Big Values for Little Money. The Larirst Stock OF NEW GOODS TO SELECT FROM. 100 Snits ol' the De Yoting stork which we will sell at 50c. on the dollar. Don't fail ko see our CLOTHING, ll' advertised elsewhere it is cheaper herc. Weinberg Cash Clothing Co. Main Street, opposite new Bank anti Postoflice, Phone No. T Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Drills, Harrows, Cultivators, Plows, COOKING STOVES, Buggies, Carriages, WAGONS, Buggy and Wagon Harness. A large stock of REPAIRS for all kinds of Machines, including Knives, Guards, Sections, &c. At Old Stand, Corner .Main and Henrv Streets. W. F. PIERSON. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. ti?. Ancient York Masons meets 8nd and 4th Moi .lay nights at Mus..nie Hull, J. Will Meoie. \V. M. A. T. Shields, Bec'y. Roekbridge Lodge, No. 58, I. O. <). p., meets i verv ...

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