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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 8 October 1902

Published Every Wednesdsy Evening. J. Soott Moona. Wm. R. Kenn kuy. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., October 8, 1902. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year.... 11.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy.08 SW Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for tlrst insertion and 5c a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 6c. pei line. Telephone No. 84. GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF COAL MINES. A dispatch from Boston says that a movement has commenced in that city to form the People's Coal League for the purpose of electing members of Congress who will deal adequately with the coal question. The platform of the League demands that "The Federal Government shall own the coal mines and administer them in the interest of the whole people." The League is to have headquarters in Chicago, New York and Spring? field, Mass., an...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 8 October 1902

<2Hj*<Ba2rtk. Lexington, Va., Octobek 8, 1002. Serious Accident Averted. What might have heen a serious accident from a runaway horse waa avertedh/ssterday about noon by the presence of mind and timely inter? vention of several onlookers. Mrs. William E. Davis of Jellico, Tenn., eldest daughter of Major and Mrs. F. XV. Houston, who has heen visiting her parents for sev? ern 1 weeks, drove up town alone in a buggy. On returning to the vehicle from the cemetery the horse became frightened nt some flags which she carried, and broke the flit to the bridle, lt was tied up by Mr. XV. S. Hilemaii as he thought sufficiently strong to hold until Mrs. Davis could reach a hardware store, where she expected to get fi new flit. As she got in the buggy the horse looked hack and seeing the flags became frightened again. He started to run down Main street. At the crossing of Nelson street Russell Stuart, a colored man from Natural Bridge,attempt? ed tu stop the horse by grasping the bridle re...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 8 October 1902

A Temperance Lesson. Dr. L, S. Martin, in au address before the Medical Society of Virginia at its recent session in Newport Nows, said: "The Virginia doctors shoul d bo on the side of temperance. There is no one thhig which deals such destructive blows to tho constitution of the human rac a us the habitual use of alcoholic liquors. Intemperance, more than an3* other cause, fills our lunatic and idiotic asylums "Dr, Willard Parker of New \ork, shows from statistics that for _every ten temperate persons who die between the ages of twenty-one and thirty, ilfty-oue intemperate persons dio. Thus lt appears that the mortality *if tho liquor users is 500 per cent, greater than that of tho temperate persons." Saves a Woman's Lite. To have given up would have meant death for Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dorches? ter, Mass. For years she had endured untold misery from a severe lung trouble and obstinate cough. "Often", she writes, "I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak. All doctors an...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 October 1902

Ghe 3Lexinaton Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO 47. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 15. 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S, THE POPULAR STORES WITH POPULAR PRICES. Our stores are crowded with Bargains. thing ready to wear for We sell eve ry= Men, Women and Children Milliiiety, Ladies' Fxttnishings. Fitts, Cloaks, Capes, Dress Skirts, Walking Skirts, Up=to=Date Tailor-made Ladies' Suits, Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, and Notions. Our (loiiihig Store is Overflowing. Men'*, Boys' ami children Suits and Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, &c. The Greatest Assortment Ever Shown in Lexington. PRICE ALWAYS CHEAPEK HEH E. WEINBERG'S, Opposite the First National Bank and Postoffice, Main Street, LEXINGTON, VA. Biggest Oil-Producing Well in Kentucky. ? I a. The Richlands Oil Company, 0f Barbourviiie, Ky., haa flfty-flve differ-nt tract* of Land in the Kentucky Oil Baelii, enibraaoiiig Ten Thousand Oc-e Hundred Mid Seven (lCli)7) Acres, wLlvh wss soeiuvd early in 1901, before there was any excitement In th...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 October 1902

atfeHal JWf?*(8a?tte. Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Scott Moons. Wm. R. Kennedy. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexinqton, Va., October 15,1902. Subscription Rates In Advsnce : One Year.... fl.00 I Three Months.. .25 8lx Months.. .50 I Single Copy.OH SaT* Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line foi first Insertion and 5c a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lilies, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid fdr at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. GKKATCOAL STRIKE ATEND The strike of the coal raines in the Pennsylvania anthracite region has practically come to an end. The miners are willing to submit their claims to arbitration by a commission selected by the Presi? dent of the United States. This is the proposition offered by the miners at the White House con? ference on October 3rd. J. P. Morgan went to Washing? ton Monday at the suggestion of the railroad presidents and coal opera...

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 October 1902

I ill ?? . fc 'll ir il SVfertfo Lexington, Va., October lo, 1902. New Advertisements. W. 8. Kniseley k Co.?baby caps for sale. Mrs. W. S. White?furnished room for rent. W. E. L. Starke?sale of furniture at the Rockbridge Baths. G. D. Leteher and Geo. E. Sipe, commissioners?sale of the Natural Bridge hotel property. Weinberg?one and a half columns on first pa?e, description of fash? ionable millinery and up-to-date clothing. Proceedings of the Circuit Court Circuit ('oort adjourned Monday for the term. Judge Leteher is now in Harrisonburg holding the fall term of Rockingham Court. During the terni several cases of interest were decided. The will of William A. Ru II' was admitted to probate and J. W. Ruff and Edgar M. Ruff qualified at his executors. Daniel Welsh and L. L. Alphin qualified as administrators of J. P. S. Teaford, deceased. The will oi* John A. Styles was admitted to record, and his estate committed to the sheriff for ad? ministration. The will of Thomas Gaylor was admi...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 October 1902

Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons, meets 2nd and 4tli Mer. day nights* at Masonic Hull, J. Will Moore, W. M. A. T. Shields, Soo'y. Roekbridge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. 0. P. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Pel, ows' Hall D. S. Layne, N. 0. J. V Orinetead, bec'j*. Lexington Lodge, Wo. 0(5, K. of P? meets every Tuesday night,at Odd Fol ows' Hall. M. J. Hess, C C. M. L. .iildebraud, K. R. S. Natural Bridge Council, No.1920. Rovftl Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month. W. R. Beeton, Ro-feot. Jaaaaa Withrow, dec'y, Lee Jsokson Camp, No. 82,Junior Or? der Araorlcau Mechanics, meets every lind and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows' Hall. F. S Johnstou, Councilor. D. B. Radford, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge. No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows' Hall. Miss Roberta Pen ningtou, N. O. Mrs. M. F. Crigler Secy. Professional Caius. /JTREENLEK D. LETCHER, ?hy Attokkky at Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Public. P B. GEYER. Attorney...

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

^Lexington Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO 48. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER '22. 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S, THE POPULAR STORES WITH POPULAR PRICES. Our stores are crowded with Bargains. We sell every thing ready to wear for Men, Women and Children Millinery, Ladies' Furnishings, Furs, Cloaks, Capes, Dress Skirts, Walking Skirts, Up=to=Date Tailor-made Ladies Suits, Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, and Notions. dur doihing Store is Overflowing. Mus Los mic Liidions Suits and Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, &c. The Greatest Assortment Ever Shown in Lexington. PRICE ALWAYS CHEAPER HERE. WEINBERG'S, Opposite the First National Bank and Postoffice, Main Street, LEXINGTON, VA. Biggest Oil-Producing Well in Kentucky. Thc Richlands Oil Company, 0f Bafbotirviiie, Ky., has fifty-five differ ..'Ut tracts of Land in the Kentucky Oil Basin, embracing Ten Thousand Ute Hundred and Seven (10107) Acres, which was secured early in 1901, before there was any excitement in this Held, hence they were a...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 October 1902

Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Scott Moore. Wm. K. Kennedy. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., October 22,1902. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Tear... .f 1.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Months.. .50 I Single Copy.03 ?W Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Businegf* Local Notices 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c. a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceedlm? 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid fot at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. THE LONGSTRUGGLEENDED A dispatch says, dated nt Wilkesbarre, Oct. 21st: The great coal strike has heen finally declared at an end. The miners' convention, cnlled to accept or reject the arbi? tration plan, today adopted reso? lutions formally ratifying Presi? dent Roosevelt's plan and declaring the strike at an end. The miners will return to won; Thursday and President Mitchell is delegated to look after the union's interest and represent the union when the com?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 October 1902

W\)t(6mttt. Lexington, Va., October 22, 1901 New Advertisements. Oa ?k O. R.R.?half rates to Lyr.chbur Horse Show. W. S. Ruiseley & Co. ?stamped linen aud embroidery silks. Irwin & Co?.Increased facilities fo haudling growing trade. James E. Heck?Old Hickory wagons carriages, buggies, harness and all-woo robes. Weinberg's?big sale display of Mont Carlo toats. Altman walking suits am children's cloaks. W. T. Shields?commissioner's notice Hany A. Wilson, plaintiff, vs. John T Wilson's administrator, etc., defendants New Market Hattie Monument, A meeting was beid at the Virginia Military Institute Monday by the committee having in charge the erec tion of tbe New Market battle monu? ment, and steps were tak ?n for its speedy completion. There were present at the meeting General Scott Shipp, Judge S. Houston Leteher, Col. K. W. Nichols, and Mr. W. T. Shields of Lexington, Cap. Joseph R. Anderson of Richmond, and Hon. Alexander Hamilton of Petersburg. After consideration of severa...

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

Fraternal Orders. MountaluCity Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons, meets i'n 1 and 4th Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall, J. Will Mooie, Vf. M. A. T. Shields, Sec'y. Kockbridge Lodge, No. 58, I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Feb ows' Hall D. 8. Layne, N. G. J. V Grinstead, Sec'y. Lexington Lodge, No. 66, K. of P? meets every Tuesday night,at Odd Fel ows' Hall. M. J. Hess. C. C. M. L. Hildebrand, K. R. 8. Natural Bridge Council, No.1920. Royal Arcanum, meets 1st aud 3rd Friday nights in each month. W. R. Beeton, Regent. James Withrow, Sec'y, Lee Jackson Camp, No. 82, Junior Or? der Americau Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Follows' Hall. F. 8 Johnston, councilor. D. B. Radford, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows' Hall. Miss Roberta Pen nlngton, N. G. Mrs. M. F. Crigler, Secy. Professional Carns. /YREENLEE D. LETCHER, l*y Attorney at Law, ^ LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Public. (^ B. GUYER, j Attorney a...

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

{The ^Lexington Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO 49. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S, POPULAR STORES WITH POPULAR PRICES. Our stores are crowded with Bargains. We sell every* thing ready to wear for Men, Women and Children r^AD Millinery, THIS Ladies* Furnishings, Fats, Cloaks, Capes, Dress Skirts, Walking Skirts, Up-to-Date Tailor-made Ladies' Suits, Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, and Notions. Our Noiliing Store is Overflowing. Mms,Ecv-MdciiiidunsSuits and Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, &c# The Greatest Assortment Ever Shown in Lexington. PRICE ALWAYS CHEAPER HERE. WEINBERG'S, Opposite the First National Bank and Postoffice, Main Street, LEXINGTON, VA. Biggest OilProducing Well in Kentucky. Thc Richlands Oil Company. Gf Barbourne, Ky., has fifty-five different tracts of Land In the Kentucky Oil Basin, embracing Ten Thousand One Hundred and Seven (10107) Acres, which was secured early in 1901, before there was any excitement in this field, hence they we...

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 October 1902

Published Every Wednesday Evening J. Scott Mooick. Wm.K.Kknnkdy MOORE & KENNEDY Publishers. Lexington, Va., October 29,1902 Subscription Rates In Advance : One Tear.... fl .00 I Three Months.. .2i Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy.Ol SW Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line foi first insertion and 5c. a line for each sub ??quent insertion. Obituaries exceedini- 10 lines, tribute* of respect, cards of thanks, etc., mii6tbe paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 84. THEFIRSTELECTION UNDER NEW CONSTITUTION. The elections this full in Vir? ginia are more problematic thnn they huve been for n long time. The new registrntion hus eliminat ed the negro vote to n lnrge extent, but ulong with this muny white men huve f ni led to register, some beenuse they could not answer thc requirements, some becnuse they were opposed to the Constitution^ Convention und took thnt way to show their disnpprovnl of its work. and some becnuse they did not...

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 October 1902

Sty* (tofft. Lexington, Va., October 29,1902. New Advertisements. H. Miley?removal of printing office. J. McD. Adah?good bargains in dry goods and notions. The G. A D. Clothing Co.-local no? tices of special values. Lyons, Mundj A Co.?special offering of hand-made suits and reduction In pants. E. M. Pendleton?commissioner's no? tice, Charles Hickman vs. William Hen? ry Hickman. Serious Situation for "Covey." The situation of the forger in the Lexington jail, passing under the name of D. T. Covey of West Virginia, has become very serious, and from the present outlook there seems no possible chance of dis? proving the grave charges against him. The real D. T. Covey of Lester, W. Va., under whose name the prisoner passed himself and whose name he forged to checks, arrived in Lexington Friday, ac? companied by J. H. Jordan of Hinton, who was here last week, and I. Ct Prince of Beckley, W. Va. Last Thursday morning Mr. J. V. Grinstead, counsel for the prisoner, sued out a writ of habeas ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 October 1902

IN AI D 1CF taequfr*tiofl of health "' Vt,iF f,yibecomn mainly a oaestion ot nutrition. If the stotnaeh aad other organs of digestion and autri don art kept in a healthful condition thar* will ba a well-nourished body, and little liability to disorder* of the liver, bowal* er mich other disorders aa mar tf*wdt from in? nutrition and lack nt *>_er E Dr. neree'a Golden Med? ical tHecovery yat diseases tbe stomach and other or mas of diges? tion and autri ticm, ead alto diseases of oth? er organs which are ceased by the dittated condition of the stomach. By enabliag tbe perfect nutri? tion of tbe body it increases tbe vital power and promotes a rigorous old age. ** I waa a aufllerar from cbroai* diarrhea for Ira J ann," write* Mr*. Mary A. Aaroa, of Rolla, ?Jalpa Co., Mo. "I tried dlflerant remediaa, which would (ire me relier for a short tim* ?sly. Mt trouble weald return aa bad as cter. 1 coneulted you io July. 1900, and by your advice eommtnced using Dr Pierce's remedies. I took ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 November 1902

Ghe %extnaton (Bazette. VOLUME 98. NO 50. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ONE-THIRD OFF. ONE-THIRD OFF. GREAT REBUILDING SALE. WEINBERG'S DEPARTMENT. Cur Clothing Store must be in the hands of workmen by January 1, to remodel the entire store, and take in the store-room now occupied by Hr. William Walz. We will occupy the entire building of three stores. To avoid the dust and dirt, and make room, we must reduce our stock, Therefore, you will have the greatest opportunity ever offered to the people in the history of Clothing selling. We Will Sacrifice Hie Eui ire Stock at ONE-THIRD OFF. SUITS and OVERCOATS FOR Men, Boys. and Children, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing; Goods. ALL NEW GOODS. NO OLD STOCK. 800 Suits, 500 Overcoats, 200 pair of Trousers, $11 one third off, P^st experience in dealing with us must con? vince you we only advertise the truth. This is a bona fide sale. Do not miss this opportunity. Watch for the specials we will offer. Call and b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 November 1902

Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Scott Mookk. Wm. K. Kennedy, MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., November 5, 1902. Subscription Rates in Advance: One Year. ...fl.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy.03 W Advertising rates furnished on np plication. Business Local Notlees 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exoeedir.i*. 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. CLEVELAND AT THE FRONT. There is a growing feeling of confidence among the Democrats that thc chanc38 for thc election of n Democratic President this fall are good. Tlie efforts of ex President Grover Cleveland in New York and New Jersey arc expected t) carry weight far beyond the boundaries of those States. It in? fuses with courage and dash thc Democratic forces in the United States. Roosevelt, in his efforts to settle the coal strike, has won for his party man...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 November 1902

$i)i>fei>tti>. Lexington, Va., November 5,19012, New Advertisement's 8.O. Campbell ?fresh cow for sale. Weinberg?millinery department, cloaks and shoes. Dr. Cecil French, Washington live turkeys wanted. W. T. Thrasher, Springwood,Va.*? thoroughbred stock for sale. John W. Lindsay, registrar?notice of registintion in Lexington. Weinberg?three columns on first page of rebuilding sale and one-third off. A. Nash Johnston, superintendent of schools?meeting of trustee electo? ral board. XV. S. Kniseley A: Co.?removal to next door of their present place of business, All Were Saved. "For years 1 suffered such untold mi? ser} from Bronchitis," writes J, ll. Johnston of Broughton, da.. ' that often I wa*, unable to work. Then, when everything else failed, I was wholly cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Con. sumption. My wife suffered intensely from Asthma, till it cured her, and all our experience goes to show it is the best Croup mediciue in the world." A trial will convince y &g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 November 1902

MIMNSSBI&_t??_& motherhood," says the doctor. Some? times he qualifies the statement, and says: "Impossible without an opera? tion." Yet both these "impossibles" have been made possibles by tbe use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre? scription. Many times the hindrances to mother? hood are to be found in womanly diseases or weaknesses, which are perfectly and permanently cured by "Fa? vorite Pre ?cription." This ??reat ____c ??ii? ledi- ___________ Wa f cine for women cures ir? regularity ind dries debilitating drains. It heals inflammation and i Ice rat ion, and cures female weak? ness. It makes weak women strong and sick women well. " I wish to add my testimony to hundreds of others as to the value of Dr. Pierce's medicines," writes Mri. Ida M. De Hold, of Latona. Hubbard Co., Minn. " Have doctored with a great aaa ny physicians?aome specialists; have twice been in a hospital for treatment. My case has been regarded as a hopeless one. and they knew not what the trouble was. Hear...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 November 1902

tlbe %cmaton Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO 51. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEM RER 12, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ONE-THIRD OFF. ONE-THIRD OFF. GREAT REBUILDING SALE. WEINBERG'S DEPARTMENT. Our Clothing Store must be in the hands of workmen by January 1, to remodel the entire store, and take in the store-room now occupied by Hr. William Walz. We will occupy the entire building of three stores. To avoid the dust and dirt, and make room, we must reduce our stock. Therefore, you will have the greatest opportunity ever offered to the people in the history of Clothing selling. We Will Sacrifice Hie Eiilire Stock at ONE-THIRD OFF. SUITS and OVERCOATS FOR Men, Boys. and Children, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods. ALL NEW GOODS. NO OLD STOCK. 800 Suits, 500 Overcoats, 200 pair of Trousers, all one third off. Past experience in dealing with us must con-j" vince you we only advertise the truth. This is a bona fide sale. Do not miss this opportunity. Watch for the specials we will offer. Call and ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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