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Ibe Xcxinoton (5a3cttc
JANUARY 5, 1910
Weinbergs ? January bargain
sale, page 8.
Opera House?T^he Strollers Mon?
day night next.
Drs. Rawlings & DeJarnott?an?
J. McD. Adair?watch next week
for bargain sale.
Irwin A. Company?January re?
Frank Reed?notice of sale of
The R. S. Anderdon Co.?dinner
sets, wood heaters, etc.
Graham s. Co.?cut-price sale of
shoes and hats for cash.
J. Ed. Denver?returns thanks
for business of past year.
Napoleon s Grit
was of tho unconquerable, nevoi
say-die kind, tho kind that you ueod
most when you have a bad cold,
cough syrups, cod liver oil or doc?
tors have all failed, don't lose heart
or hope. Take Dr. King's New
Discovery. Satisfaction is guaran?
teed when used for any throat or
luDg trouble It hus saved thous?
ands of hopeless sufferers. It mas?
ters stubborn colds, obstinate
coughs, hemorrhages, la grippe,
croup, asthma.hay fever and whoop?
ing cough and is most safe and cer?
tain remedy for kl) bronchial affec?
tions. M c. (1.00. Trial bottle free
at B. II. Gorrell's.
Good Roads Prize Received
Chairman J. J. L. Dinnear of tho
Hoard of Supervisors of Rockbridge
received last Monday a check from
the treasurer of the New York Her?
ald for $250, the prize recently
awarded to Rockbridgo by the Nat?
ional Highway for the best road be?
tween Now York and Roanoke.
Last Friday a telegram was re?
ceived by Tiik Ga/ettk from the
New York Herald, asking the ad?
dress of the ollicer in charge uf the
roads of Rockbridge, and Mr. Kin
near's name was wired in reply.
Those Pies of Boyhood
How delicious were the pies of
boyhood. No pies ever taste so
good. You've lost the strong,
healthy stomach, the vigorous liver,
the active kidneys.tho regular bow?
els of boyhood. Your digestion is
poor and you blamotho food. What's
needed? A complete toning up by
Elset ric Hitters of all organs of di?
gestion?Stomach, Liver. Kidneys,
Bowels?Try them. They'll res?
tore your boyhood appetite and ap?
preciation of food and fairly saturate
your body with new health.strength
and vigor. Me. st H. H. Correll.
K. of P. Officers
Lexington I xxl ge, K. of P. last
night elected the following officers
for tho ensuing tenn of six months:
Chancellor Commander D. L.
Shaw: Vice Cha.icollor. J. M. With
row; Prelate, R. H. Gillock; Master
of Work, J. P. Alexander; Alaster
of Finance, N. F. Woodward;Master
of Exchequer, A. T. Shields; Keep?
er of Records an." Seal,Ross Gillock;
Master at Arms, M. W. Lady; In?
ner Guard, A. Bassist;Outer Guard,
A Frightful Wreck
of train, automobile or buggy may
cause cuts, bruises, abrasions,
sprains or wounds that demand
Bucklen's Arnica salvo?earth's
greatest healer. Quick relief and
prompt cure results. For burns,
boils, sores of all kinds, eczema,
chapped hands and lips, sore eyes
or corns, its supremo Surest pile
cure. 25c at li. II. Gorrell's.
Good Horse Market Monday
The horse market Monday is re?
ported unusually good. Many out
of town buyers were hore, and
horses brought a good price, rang?
ing as high as 240 each. Reed's ex?
change stablo was the centre of the
horse business. Lexington is be- j
ing recognized as ono of the best
horse markets in tho Valley, better
even than Harrisonburg.
Work 24 Hours A Day
Tho busiest little things over
made are Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Every Pill is a sugar-coated globulo
of health, that changes weaknoss
into strength, languor into oncrgy.
brain-fag into mental power; curing
Constipation, Headache, Chills, Dys?
pepsia, Malaria. 25 cts. at B. H.
School Roll of Honor
Following is the roll of honor at
the Lexington colored school for!
? eight weeks ending Doc. 23, 1000,
W. N. P. Harris, principal :
Grade I?Elizabeth Penn.
Grade IIT?Margaret Gilmore.
Grade IV?Agnes Gooch
Try This For Desert
?MssSfSSSaM package of any flavored
JKbl.-O in ont* pint of boiling water.
When partly congealed, l>, al until light
lidding one cup whipped cream and
six crushed sSSSSSrsosa Whip till to?
gether thoroughly ami p;mr it into a
luohl or bowl. When cool, lt will jelli?
fy ai:-J may titi .-civet! with whlj-ped
cream or any gootl puddiig SSSSS.
Ths JCLLrO sests lOe per pssssas
anti eau he obtained at any good ur >
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles
Itching, blind, Bl?dla*, Pottrsditig
Pile*). DaTSgyjaSt ale aili horlzed tn IS
fund money If PASO OINTMENT
talla to oura in 0 to 14 days.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
The Coming and Going of People
Mrs. Mary Bowen of Buona Vista
is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. J.
Mr. L. B. Wright of Pearch, Bed?
ford county, is visiting his son, Mr.
C. L. Wright.
Mrs. J. G. Cress has returned lo
Lexington to spend the whiter and
is at the Lexington hotel.
Mr. Wilford Hawpo of Augusta
county was tho guest of .V r. and
Mrs. T. S. Burwoll the past weok.
Mr. William A. Ross of Norfolk
spent thc holidays with his part-tits.
Colonel and Mrs. .1. D.H. Ross near
Mr. L. Lt Wilson returned last
week from an extended visit to Tex?
as, Kansas aud other States of the
Dr. Burton, eye specialist will be
in lexington, (Dr. Laird's office)
Tuesday and Wednesday, January
11th and 12th.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings
left this afternoon for Greenwood,
Mo., to visit Mr. Jennings' father.
Mr. T. J. Jennings.
Mr. J. Alexander Wilson, who
holds a position with tho Dupont
Powder Co., of New Jersey, was
the guest of Mr.Frank Moore sever?
al days this week.
Mr. Hunter M. Strickler, who is
connected with the Page Nows at
Loray, Va., spent several days in
Lexington last week visiting his
brother, Mr. V. T. Strickler.
Mr. and Mrs.William A.Glasgow,
Jr., of Philadelphia, spent a portion
of tho Christinas holidays in Lex?
ington visiting Mr. Glasgow's fath?
er. Mr. William A. Glasgow, Sr.
Meeting of the Board of Supervisors
The Hoard of Supervisors of
Rockbridgo met in the Courthouse
Monday, all tho members being
present, as follows:
Supervisors Kinnear (chairman),
Whitmore. MuNutt, Ayres, Hoting
er and Patterson.
The Board entered an order mak?
ing application to the State High?
way Commissioner Wilson for $10,
000 for the permanent improvement
of the roads of Rockbridge. The
county will .supplement this by an
equal amount. Tbe roads to be im?
proved will be decided on at a sub?
sequent meeti g of the Board.
The justices of the peace from the
various districts, submitted their
fine books for examination and veri?
fication, and the samo were approv?
The clerks of the road boards of
South Uiver sod Natural Bridge
districts submitted th-'ir reports of
tho receipts and disbursements of
the road fund for the year ending
December 31, l'.lOO, anti the same
were ordered hied.
Dr. A. D. Instill health otheer for
the county, was directed to submit
a report in writing to tho next meet?
ing of the Hoard for the year.giving
Such information as embraced in
the duties of his office.
The contract made with Mr. EL B.
Pancake, leasing tho rights to quar?
ry stone from tho county farmw was
approved by tho Bocrd.
Tho advance $100 paid by Mr.
Pancake was ordered to be paid by
Clerk Shields to Mr. W. L. McGuf
fin, supervisor of the poor farm.
Cards have been issued announc?
ing tho marriage of Mr. Owen W.
Deacon and Miss Margaret Mullett
Moore, daughter of Mrs. David
Humphreys Moore. Tlie marriage
took place last Thursday, Decem?
ber 30, 1009, at the home of tho
bride on Buffalo near /oilman's
Mill. Rev. Emmett Deacon of
Pennsylvania, brother of tlie groom,
performed tho marriage ceremony.
The brido was dressed in a tra?
velling snit of blue, with hat and
gloves to match. She is quite pret?
ty and is popular. For the past
several years she has mado her
homo in Lexington.
The home was beautifully decor?
ated with evergreens and Howers.
Following tho marringo a reception
was held and refreshments served.
Death of Mrs. Frances Lam
Mrs. Frances Lam died Thursd.iv
last at the homo of her son, Mr.
George P. Lam on Whistle Creek,
from pnoumonia. Sho was buried
at New Monmouth church, with
furncral services conducted by tho
pastor, Rev. Mr. Yarbro.
A subscription to tho improved
j Gazette is only fl.00 a year.
HONOR ROLL AT SCHOOLS
Pupils Distinguish Themselves in
Reports for eight weeks ending
January I, 1910, wero given out
Tuesday by Principal Waddell at
tho assembling of Hie schools ufter
the holidays, and the following pu?
pils are on the roll of honor in the
4th Year High School?Corinne
Barger, 'Ethel McCorkle, 'Thomas
S. White, Jr., +Mary Howerton,
tThos. A. McCorkle.
3rd Year High School? Edith
Flint, Odessa Dixon, Lean Pendle?
ton, *Maiy Hamilton, "Bessie I>acy,
Beatrice Miloy, Leslie Anderson.
2nd Year High School?Rachel
MeNocl. Agnes Harbert.
1st Year High School?Primrose
Coe, William Cox, Virginia McCor?
kle, QeorgS Irwin, Robert Jarrett.
i;ratio VII. Richard Cox. Nell
Arthur, Frances Hamilton, Ijovie
Pleasants. Harry Anderson.
Grade VI. ? Elisabeth Hammond,
Agnes Patterson. Hiiah Pendleton.
Giado V.?Linalie Pole, Marie
Pole, Alice Ixiyall, Jennie Lyons,
Ruth Moore. Ben Campbell, F.lvira
Jones, Natalie Moses, Henry Whit?
more, Gertrude Pendleton.
Grade IV.? I.ois Moors, ""Jennie
Terry, Barry Lyons, Ruth Mackey.
tPau] Hammond, t Powell Charlton.
; Elizabeth Quffy.tGenevive Hamric,
Grads II I.?Tillie Lyons, Bessie
Granger, 'Hunter Pendleton, ^Ruth
Harris, *Cottie Whitmore, Cecil
Grade II.?Helen Thompson. Ag?
ni B Harris, Mabel Knightou.
* Cs thar ice Hammond, 'Ida CoQner,
?Ida Lyons. Bessie Hughes.
(?radi- I.?'Clarence Conner, 'Ruth
Davis, ; Mary Agnor, tMary Bobard,
; Winnie Thompson, IKstelle Bruce.
', Paul Moses. Louise Ruley.
* + i Blame stand.
Mr. Fred G. Quisenberry of Lex?
ington anti Miss Hertha Lowman o'
Dayton, BoCatingham county, wert
quietly married last Wednesday
morning, December 28, 1909, at thc
homo of tho bride. The marriage
was a very quiet affair, and was
witnessed by only immediate
friends Mr. and Mrs.Quisenberry
left on a bridal trip to Richmond,
Washington and other points. They
aro expected to reach Lexington to?
Mr. Quisenberry is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. A Quisenberry of Lex?
ington, and is a promising young
business man. He is associated in
business with his brother. Mr. Wal?
ter E. Quisenberry.
Sunday School Entertainment
The Christmas entertainment of
Trinity Methodist Sunday school
was held last Thursday night. An
interesting musical program was
rendered by an orchestra of several
pieces, with songs by the school.
Rev. William S Hammond, the pas?
tor, made a short talk. The treat to
the school consisted of candies,
oranges, etc. The occasion was a
pleasant one, and a largo congrega?
tion witnessed the exercises.
Death of Mrs. Isaac Bare
Mrs. Isaac Bare died at her home
at Cedar Grove last Saturday night
from tho effects of an overdose of
laudanum. The fumural was held
Monday morning from Bethesda
Presbyterian church, and inter?
ment in the church cemetery.
Mrs. Bare is well known in Lex?
ington. Her husband lived for a
camber of yeats on Professor
White's farm near town. She leaves
a family of children.
Every Woswas Will He Interested
There baa recently been discovered
ss sromstlo, pleasant herb ?;??? for
woman's ill**, culled Mother Gray's
AUSTRALIAN-LEAF, lt is the only
cettaln regulator. Cares fems! ? weak*
peseta aud Backache, Kidney, Klsddei
and Urinary trouble*. At all drag
gifts or l>v mail .tl els. Shiij|.|,-, PK r Iv
Address, rim Mother Bray Uo., Le
Hoy, N. Y.
SBXS ul nut'Ks BTOOMB SBCSSSAKl
Ami your sIhk-m j Inch, Allen's Pooi
Fii>e, s powder to be shaken Into the
shot's, i- just Um iliin^ lou.-.-. Try il
1 for breaking in N-w Shoes, r- s?'ti
ever* whets, toe. Don't aesept anj
lt Costs Money to Paint
lt oosta more il yee don'l Yum
house wi-iiis .mt if m>l psiatSd. TIMI
; it eoStS money to repair Ij uni BOt Cl
ito pstnl it. Ii doesn't c<>^i mite..
money lo paint with tbs L a. M.
Paint, beessss 4 Hatless ol ibe i..
at M. iiml :; gallons of i leseed OH
?sakes 7 nslloss of ready.foi u-,- peria!
al "id.v $1.?Q per galtps. ii.ru ave
I Tasia nee in t-vt-i\ cut of tbs United
| States ha** proven lt.
tn>ld by RIoi'iiiui Drag Company,
I Lexingtou, ll. U (iilkesoil, Bneos
Li.ra li--;; Glasgow, daughter ol
Henry .Mackey and Nancy Hamilton,
was horn.Lily '_'-. 1853, in Rock,
bridgs county, Va, where ber peo?
ple have lived for generations She
was one of a ISTgC family of chil
dr.-n. only two Of whom. Mr. W.
ScottMackej of Rockbridgs.snd M rs.
M. Il Hey of Lexington, Va.survlve.
Ber death occurred at her home
near Buena Vista, Dec. 18, 1909.
On Mat 1-. 1S7-4 she was married
to Alexander MoNutt (llusgow, also
of Rockbridgs; and "Tuscan Villa,"
tho stately ancestral homo of hor
husband, joyfully welcomed the
beautiful and charming yoong bride.
Here she lived ever after. And
from this home,b'essed by her pres?
ence and Savored with her sweet
spirit, has radiated tlie wholesome
influence and helpful service of this
She is survived by six children:
Alexander McNutt Glasgow of
Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. Henry Mc?
Corkle ot New York City, and J
Harrv Glasgow, Misses Lucy <'?..
Mary T. and Otelia MoNutt Glas?
gow of Rockbridge.
Mrs. Glasgow cann- of ;i long line
of Sootch-Irisb ancestors, who were
among tho first settlers of tbe Val?
ley, contributing to the bone aud
of Hie sturdy race ot that
section: many of them prominent in
tbs public, social and religious life
of tho community. Her maternal
grand-father, William Hamilton,was
a ruling elder in the Lexington
Presbyterian church. Her mother.
Nancy, his daughter, earnest,strong
christian character that she was.
raised lier family ia tbs love aid
fear of God in 1 Presbj
terian church st Timber Itidge.
Her husband was a ruiing elder
in liii! Hen Salem church. Her
christian character was vigorous
and fruitful. Uer temperament,
singularly unique, in that in every
relation and in all her activities she
was perststeutly Lilied sith sun?
shine. Uer distinguishing traits
.vin- forget! .il ness of se f, and un?
remitting st r\ice for Othi rs.
Tbs i'-i'ei of her service was r.<>'
: cordial d t > thu circle of ber I m y
and loved one.-: bul included ..
every st..mm, within the broad
sweep of lier ind lenee. Follom/ino"
I the Master literally, she "went
. about doing gt od." A nd l
through all the years, she abounded
: in works ul faith and labors of love
Her rt markab u energy was rx
er ised in ii ought! I acts bs ???
. stood uiight i e dont ;io wi**e counsel,
; ana in deus of smypathy that never
gre t. 1 llcv domestic graces,
hm- iii.inn of manner, her bn ad
sympathy aud abundant charity
;.s sweet incense in the memo?
ry of the living. Her eulogy will
be lound in the hearts of a wide cir?
cle of loving relations and friends.
The poor lament lier loss as that of
one who unfailingly remembered
them. Amongst none will her
praise be more affectionate and cor?
dial than among tlie colored people
who knew her. A number of them
followed in the long procession ti.
her last resting place. At otu
live generations of these faithful,
loving people lived on tho planta?
tion. A touching Illustration of
their esteem for her is given in the
fact that one of their Dumber, raised
by her from childhood, a man ol
character, success! il and respected
in Baltimore, where he now lives.
upon hearing of ber death, at once
left all, and hastened to be present
at the funeral, in loving respect to
one whose kindness had been the
blessing of his life.
Within the sacred precincts of the
home-circle, she was the pride and
joy in the life of ouch ; in her their
love centred, the very queen of ail
She is gone'. Enviable temper,
sweet and happy disposition, famil?
iar voice of loving counsel, admira?
ble character and affectionate Friend!
God breathed upon her and she
slept. Far out upon the heights o'
immortality with her Saviour ber
lovely spirit rests: while in God's
hall-acre. o. the dear old cemetery
at Lexington, surrounded by loved
ones sweetly sleeps her familiar
form, awaiting the resurrection of
the just. Anti her loved ones,
taught by such a mother, while
"The touch of a vanished hand.
And the sound ol a voice ' ult is
will yet look with great sr yearning,
''To allure them ablive. Ht* hath
placed her on high.
And the mourners wfll sweetly
P. T. G.
Lexington Produce Market.
I exiiu'tt i:, Va., January 5, 1010
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H?T. ttl ? ???*?'I. <
roc Infants and Children.
!he Kind You Have Always Bought
STRAIN & PATTON
Clothiers and Gents' Furnishers
- WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND INSPECT -
FALL AND WINTER
Suits and Overcoats
FOR MEN AND BOYS
SHOES, HATS. UNDERWEAR AND GENTS'
FURNISHINGS ALSO READY. OUR PRICES)
ARE WORTHY OP CONSIDERATION.
Strain & Patton
A\ e stait tlie Near Year with the following sp trial sales :
5a!e of MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
'I lu's is p. sitiv-1 v the greatest sale we have ever held iii
this line. I.a: t year we offered and sold the greatest line wt*
rv. i bad; bnl this \ ? ar it is *<til! better though spot cdt n is
i nw IC t 01 N .i ju uinl. Yt u cannot buj tht* tnnslin and 'iiake
tho gatmeiits as low as we will tell thew tu you toady made,
and they are Dot awi al shop goods either.
Sale of WHITE GOODS.
Hv reason of an early purchase of a tuV lot, wo are abie
to offer: IO yard piece of Long Cloth at $100 per piece.
These goods were ninth' expressly for us aud have our Dame
stamped od them. Eoglish Nainsooks, io 12 yard pieces, at
12 J to 25 cents a yard -Ml of these are away under price*
'llie su plj is limited! and we advise early purchases, if you
wish to secure th - goods at these money-saving juices.
Sale of Remnants and Short-Ends
of all sorts, to close them out before our annual stock-taking.
This sal.- includes a variety of things too numerous to men?
tion in .I tail. We invit.- frequent visits and careful inspect?
ion of these offerings, if you wish to make your dollar do
Sale of SUITS. COATS, SKIRTS and FURS
\\\- have had a l>i.L,' sale of these goods?the biggest iu
our history, and we want to dispose of the leftovers. To close
them out quickly awe will make prices that cannot fail to prove
interesting. Note, too, that there is not an old Suit in our
Stock, every one is strictly Dew ami up to date.
Sale of EMBROIDERIES.
To make room for our oew Spring stock, aud to save
measnr og for inventory, wo offer ? lng lot of 5 and 0 ceut
Hamburgs for 3| cents a yard. These will go quickly.
We aiv now receiving NEW GINGHAMS, NEW PER
CALI 8, NEW MADRAS SHIRTINGS.
in & Co.
Just Received a Lot of 100 PIECE
DINNER SETS which we are Sell?
ing at $10.00, worth $15.00
We still have a few Wood and Coal Heaters lett that
we are closing out at Rsxiacec! Price*
RUGS AND CARPET SAMPLES AT COST
The Re Se Anderson Co., Inc.