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ISJ2 OCTOBER 1912
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Special attention toollection of eliilius*
OVPICK: lu r.Nit ,.f Coiirttiniis...
Nov. lill yt.
THO C. JACKSON,
attorn ky-at-L aw
oflioe- Boomi f..rm.uiy oecnpled by
Hou. William A. Aiii1.mm.iu, reur Court?
house ap *t;iiis.
LsxixeToa - - - Virginia
REKNLKK D. LKTCHBR,
Attorn ky at Law,
.1. I'wtsTiis Books. Frank Moobi
L.\t? Clerk. Co. *'.nirt Notary Public
(T)OOHE at MOORE.
?*?? Attorneys at Law,
Pnone No. 11
K*?,nic T. l.LASi.ow Ur..n A. Whits
QLASGOW A WHITE
? -0?> Leilnirtou Va.
) CLIFTON l'GllUE, Va
July so iu tr.
Ps71UIC.lU[nt.D VoucsUi save money ai
KIiiVitIV10E.rC. help U( ? ibesamt tin
t.\ forwarding fow nagaainc reneaa-ala Ihro1 ma
I h? following naagaxiaea arc giving capel ,.,i ,
dsaceassetits .a itu-, nate
I ill-: CHR1S1 ian HERALD
1 m. Kl V IBU ul REVIEWS
I caa .-.jual aa* otfci made i.\ an) boocslpi
Man. I iinji nu .i card.
Address M. S DUNN
Student Law Depsuraoent,
Waahingtoa and Lee Univen it)
R. R.WITT & C(
(i EN EU AL
Represent Old Line Companie
A look at my 1912 line of W.'
PAPER will convince you that
line is complete, artistic in st
magnificent in elTect and ut rem
ably LOW PRICES.
I want you to s-ee these without
obligation on your part to pure!
This line is full of beautiful
CUT OUT BOKDKKS,
lili KLA PS, ETC.
lor every room at tho house.
Come and look at them it w
Wa Sa ZOMBRO
PAINTER AM) DIOORA'
No. ri!i South Main Street
in seoordaaos wltb tea law prsaserlb
lag tlif- manner in vehieh Ttix?-s nuil
County Levity 9hu.ll bs .olhvtod, the
Treasurer, or ooo of his Deputies, will
for t li ir* petpo?, he at ?
A. W. Morrison's Stora*, Colliers
town, Tu.-silav, Oet SB.
J. W. Maxtfeoo \ Co's Suire. Oak
nu!,-, Wednesday, Oct, :;o.
H. U Uorrlsonk Co's store. Mm
luiou, Thursday, Oet. SI.
P. I. HufTiuiui's Store. Alj'hiu,Friday.
ti. II. Aedersoe's store, Beekteldge
Baths, Tuesday, o.t. 29.
Bugleavan & Co's Stme, Kerr's
Creek, WedoeeJay, o.t. :;i>.
If. I). Hoghes1 Store. Denmark,
Thursday, Obx. SI.
J, T. Ifoogomery's Store, Raphtna,
Tuesday, I >et. SK,
.1. K. and K. W. BoswortVt Store,
Brownsburg, Wadnendaj, Oct. :I0.
\V. Hardner Reed's btore, ut Zack.
mi Walker's Creek, Thursday, Oet SI.
MoClintle & Snyder's >toro, Qosha*n.
Friday Evetaiog ami Saturday Nov. 1
>'. IS. &i S. D. Manbus' Store, Veen
vhis, afrdneednj. Oast. 30.
K. R. Flippo's Store, Fairlielil.Tliure
dar, Oet. 31.
joalah Wilmer's Btore, Cornwell
Friday, Nov. 1.
Pnxton*l Leekey's8tors,Oek Bank
Tu. eday, <?<-.t. Stf. '
John \V. Burger ki Con Mote, Nat
ural Bridge, Wedneeday. Oet 30.
Baldwin, Kehols afc Co e Store, lilas
gow, Thura ley, Oet 31.
Trca^urcr'M Oflice till eveuinj
ol Nov. :iO, 101*2*.
The Treasurer's < >tli< <? will lie kat*
open continuously from ti a.m. to
p.m.,when it will !>e closed for the da
tu order to give time to close up th
"Any person failing to pay any Stat
or County levied to tl:o Treasurer by tl;
FIRST OF DECEMBER shell leeor
peualty thereon of 5 p?*r seat nm, wine
shall tie added to t lie amount of taxi
.'ind latvles dim fro 1. such Uaipeye
which, when .-ollfi ted l>y the Treasu
er or lils Deputies, shall hs aceountt
lol iai lii.-s r^.-tt loiu?-iit.^'?[A part of tl
ItJth Soi;, of tie- .Vt. n-f'Tied tO.\
1'ersons owning lund not in the
o*/n name will call for such ticke
when settling their own. othorwi
theyiWill have the 5 per cent, to pa
is it is impossible for the treasur
? tu keep posted on ali hud sales
Taxpayers are respectfully r
earnestly requested not to postpc
inquiry tor amount of tax till 1;
days of November and then wr
for statement. There is little ti
for answering letters during
clasing days of November.
S. H. MOORE, Treasure
Oct 16 tf of Rockbridge Couc
J. F. MYERS
LPBCIAL ATTKNTION PAID
REPAIR WORE OK ALL KU
WAGON MAKING, OARRL
SHOP AND ALL KINDS OF
lu d? PAIRS AT
j A. W. riANSPILES Old Sti
rOR j NEXT TO HITCHING YARl
\V. L. Henson is associated ',
STUDIED EFFORTS OF
ANANIAS AND SAPPHIRA ,
.manias and Sapphire clumpod up ,.
back steps of the neighbor's i?
iso, whooping joyously as they j oi
naped. Outside the screen door ?o
y paused for a friendly scufllt*. sl
e neighbor pushed the door open Jj
1 they catapulted through the |
'Well, said the neighbor, "what do
i wantr" i fr
'We want a drink. Give ns a j 1
mg." they chorused.
"Ton do. do you?" Inquired the
lghbor. "What do you say when
u want people to do things for
The well-mannered Sapphira looked
i at her with big. pleading ayes. "I
y please." she cooed.
"So do I. So do I." shrieked Ana
as. "Please give us a drink." 2
The neighbor doled out the water
Ith a sparing hand.
"What do you have the water In a
ittle for?" inquired Sapphira. "Why
>n't you give us the water that runs 1
it of the spout?" t
"lt might make you 111," returned
ie neighbor. 'It has microbes
"Has it?" Ananias asked, eagerly
nive me some. I Just love 'em. My
lother gives me lots of them. And
nee she gave me some water out
f the spout and it had snakes in lt
nd 1 drank them."
The neighbor hastily retired into
"My mother gave me some out of
he spout." said Sapphira rnmlnat
ngly when the neighbor had returned,
and lt bad a?it had a?potato In
t. Give me some more, please."
;he added. "I want lt full up."
"Oh. you don't want any more."
:he neighbor asured her. "You've
tad all you need. You couldn't drink
"Once," said Sapphira, fixing her
eyes dreamily on nothing, "I drank
? whole bottle full without stopping
a minute, with my eyes shut."
"I drank a whole pond full once."
boasted Ananias, "with?with?my
After this crowning effort he went
and sat down upon tho fireless
"Is this a fireless cooker?" he
'"Yea," said the neighbor.
"We've got one at home Just Uki
it, only forty times as big. It'a big
enouch to hold a pig. Once we
cooked a cow in lt."
"WY cooked a nelephunt in ours."
Sapphira chimed in. "A great big
"How remarkable." said the neigh?
bor, impressed. "I don't roo how you
got him in."
"Waa, just shooed him in." said Sap
pliira, airily. "And he was a grca
"We've pot a great big tremendoui
tiger." Ananias said, briskly, "am
we keep him in the dishpan and b
has a green tall and a blue hoad an
"Our tiger" said Sapphira, casua
ly, "ls a Hon and we keep him in th
flour bin. and be wears yellow trot
sers Can I have a pianna?"
"A piano?" repeated the nelghbo
looking puzzled. "I haven't one 1
give you "
"Yes, you have," insisted Sapphlr
"Those yellow ones on the table."
The neighbor took up one of tl
bananas and looked at lt. "I thli
it's too green for you to eat," el
"I love them when they're greer
responded Sapphira. "Why, moth
gives me bIx piannls every day a
they're just as green as that gra
"My father," said Ananias rel!
tively. "makes my mother eat fd
six, eleven, eight piannas every d;
preen ones with red and white a
blue spots on, and they make 1
awfully sick, but he makes her
The neighbor opened the seri
door. "Shoo!" she said inhospltal
"Run along home. You're mak
me lose all my moral sense."
Ananias and Sapphira tumbled
of the door as cheerfully as they I
"We'll come again tomorrow
get nnother drink." they assured
neighbor kindly as she sped
parting guests?Chicago Daily Ni
At a London Wedding.
Passing through the east end
l>ondon, a tourist observed a g
crowd of costers -watching a ye
couple entering a church, obvlo
with the Intention of committing
Peeling Inquisitive and wondc
?who the couple were to command
presence of so many of their dar
countryman tunisal to an ut
"Sonny," said he, "who is lt 1
The small boy solemnly serat
his head for a full minute, as th
contemplating his reply.
"Well, Gov'nor," he remarkei
length, "I ain't poffectly sure,
find it's the bloke, and the gal
dressed up lika 'am bones."?Ia
*JDS| His Wife Too Pretty.
. . . A man -who applied for a dlvo
al ir, . ? ,.. .-.sj .i jj ?s
California told the judge tha
wifo was "too pretty for a poor
She knew that she was pretty at
her best to make haar clothes ??
of her beauty, which was mon
her husband could alford. Ho rn
ly declared that he was ea rn li
small a salary to satisfy her ei
Ranees. The judge oV'dared tl
coulu do nothing to modify i
Valuable Farms For Sale
1HO Acres of Hue Iain! 8 miles from
'xiuv'U'ii, Va., ou a good rouil. Seed
WML A ell watered. 14 Hores In or
ianl, 15 acres Hue timber. Large
lok iiouso, | uew barns and all needed
it buildings. Close to church, (atora,
hool anl mill, lt is not often that
ich property ison the market. This
a tine tai m. You shout,1 look into
ile property. Price only #15,000
lilch ls low
A Farm of about 100 acres 10 miles
om Lexington, Va., 10 tulles from
uena Vista, 1 mlle from National
ighwav. 8 miles to H. & O. Station,
\ miles to N. & W. Station. Close to
uurchos, schools aud stores. 00 to 70
?ros lu cultivation aud sod. Nico to
ork, crops well,nice to use machinery
a. Balance of laud is lu tiuiber. New
auk baru painted and rodded, Baru
bout 40x00, Quo fouudatlou, plenty
?em for stoek and grain. New granary
nth two wagon sheds ue-ir the burn.
Vtiter iu baru-yard,cistern aud .spring,
'wo streams of clear water running
brough the place. Apple orchard ot
or 5 acres, never falls to bear, plenty
mall fruit, '2 tine vegetable gardens.
s.-w '.? room house with cellar, wash
inline aud smoke house combined.
jrauary aud wagon shed near residence,
ool shed, wood house, spring bonne
iud double chicken house. Hood roads
iud a nice neighborhood. Au uuusual
v desirable farm aud nice home. Ap?
ply tor price.
887 Acres 14 miles from Lexington,
Va., 10 miles from Huchauuu, 5 miles
to stations ou IS & W aud C. ?fc O. R. lt.
i cry close to churches and schools.
Fficed with wire aud rail,well watered
by npi'iiiK8,ruiuiiug water in every tleUl.
About -000 apple trees?also another
younger orchard, pears, ebonies,plums
and grapes. Nice roomy residence ou
elevation giving tine viewof suirouud
ing a-ouulry.Ah needed out-buildings, '2
good truant nouses. Fii.o ;-lace for
.-titUe aud sheep. Du a good road aud
in a ginni section. Come and look al
iii-.- iaiui. 200 acres in cultivation, 300
acres grazing, 137 acres wood laud. We
.?an ? ll it lor *$:t5,per acre.
7O Acrea 10 mile* from Lexington,
*. m., close to two railroads, 05 acres iu
cultivation, 5 acres iu timber, 5 loom
boase, baru _0x:i4, other out buildings.
Over llHJ apple tiees, other .-mall fruit,
well watered by epnug und biauches.
Uood land and a nice home. This
i>iic.- includes-J7 acies of growing grain
il sold nt once. If ucl laud euough,ad?
joining laud can bo puichased. Trice
Uti Acre Farm 4;. miles from Huenu
Vieta, ii miles from Lexington, Va. 711
iinf- cleared anil 11. cultivation,balance
111 w,>ou. Marble quarry ou place lest*
lier cent. lcimg orchaid 700 peach
tiee.? -800 live year old, 100 oue yeal
old. Fiuit ol oilier kinds for lamil)
Me. Oue of Ibo liuest springs iu th.
county, well fenced w Uti wile. New .*
room bouse, good stable aud ginnery
good ctib, eeveral chicken liiiun-s, ou<
:! coom, tine ariangeiueiit tot towls
1 Frame pou for hogs, 40 to 50 bushel
com. ll! to 18 bushels wheat, 1 to l-l
tous bay per acre. Lies well, crop
well, easily farmed, cluee to two koo
markets, school and churcu within :(U
yards. Owner wants more laud. Term
cash. Price $0000.
331 acrea more or less,! t*0 or '.
acres cleared, most iu cultivation, 1
miles from Lexington, Va. Good roa<
good neighborhood, K- F. D. mal
Large lot ot good timber of all klud
oak, chestnut, poplar, locust, 100 cori
bark, titi acres of chestnut timber, el
gani range for hogs. All kluds of In
ou the place. 75 to 100 acres of tl
laud on the mountain unusually ti
tor [reit and grazing if .cleara
Fairly well feuced. Well watered
thu finest of spring water, boll is gra>
aud Mate with clay bottom. 8 lui
log house sealed aud weatherboard,
large potch, good cellar, 10x18, go
baru, good stable, with lucite foot tin
All needed out Unlit lugs. Close
stoic, school and churcli. Adjoins 1
lauds of A. 0. i\ ead. Calvin Goodl
and Jacob Cummiugs. This prope?
ls, well woith looking at. Prion onj
till Acrea 9 miles from Lexii
tou. 000 acres lu grass und cultlvati
Well watered, good buildings, pie
trait, tine grazing, lan be divided i
?50 Acres ti miles from Lexiiig!
good buildings, plenty fiuit, 40 ai
river bottom, HO acies ia timber, >
watered and crops well
15U Acres adjoining corporate
its ot Buena Vista, 50 acres iu glass
cultivation, 75 acres good tliuher,
apple trees, 5 to 10 years old, 70 j
trees, plums, peaches, damsons, (j
buildings aud good road.
45 Acrea 2J miles from Lexlug
well watered, ti acres In orchard, pl
wood, some good timber, building
fair condition, uice for dairy aud ct
1 tra va?
SJ5D Acrea. 100 cleared. 6 1
from Lexington. Well watered, a
kept place, good teuces, new build
pleuty fruit. A tine home, on good 1
aud must be seen to be appreciated
UK) Acres Hk miles from Lexini
150 acres cleared, 15 acres good tm
plenty wood, well ?vatered, i!00 1
and 200 peach trees, Uood build
About IOO Acrea 0 miles
Lexington, tine state of cultivi
well watered. Well fenced, good I
lugs, pleuty truit, a Hue home.
74 Acrea?10 miles trout Lc
ton, Va., on a good road, 2 miles
Depot. Fair Buildings?Uood or
of 350 bearing trees. Hood fem
uice home. $4750.
New m 100m residence, nice 1
good cellar, all needed out bull
cistern water, some fruit. Very
to corporalte limits of Lexlngtoi
Lot 75X-220 feet, or will sell
aiu'iunt of land wanted up
acree. A handsome profit eau be
here selling off building lots. '
looking iuto. Call and we will
New (I-Koon* House, tw
porches, large reception hall, ligl
A Uood Mill for sale in
bridge County. Capacity 20 bb
day. Good section of the count
the price, this is worth looking 1
For Information, term 1, etc., 1
1RST NATIONAL BANK'OF LEXINGTON
. E. VAUGHAN, President
JUD WHITE, Vice President
LC. W18E, '-ashier
,EO G. SHERIDAN. Bookk?>eper
Q. E. VAl CHAN
.IAS. O. WATTS
ll. f. WISE
IL ESTES VAUGHAN
Regular Semi- Annual Statement at Close of Business
December 30, I9U
x ans und Discounts.$407,071.Wa
iotnls. Securities, t*te. . . 1.190.00
J.S. 2<l Bonds.ja*s*j|W . . 50,000.00 $4;>S,:,01 .:?(*,
iatikinu House, Lot, Bank and^BBflP>tVu-i>
Furuiture aud Fixtures . ^1*^. . . 96 411.18
'rem in in on lT. S. Bonds. 1.017.97
I'reasurer of U. S. (?*?% Redemption Fund) 2,600.00
"asu on Hand ... . 07,660.46
Due from Bunks. . 7tt 44)' 96 101,10939
Capital Stock.fBQ OOO.00
Surplus Fuml. 7.">.i 00(10
Undivided Profits (net). 4 668 96
Setni-Aniiual Dividend (?'?%) Jan. 2, 101*2 . 9,000.00 |lM,Ma8.96
Circulating Notes. 60,000.00
Due to Banks. 90.644 80 417,665 87
THE LASTING IMPRINT
As Jewelers, we must
tell yoxi tKat it is
bather tK?ai\ price
which should be considered in buying a watch.
When we sell you a ROCKFORD WATCH, we
know we have given you the highest possible value
for your money, even if it is a trifle more than you
might pay for an inferior watch at some department
store, or mail order house.
HAYSLETT & PAYNE, Jewelers
WASHINGTON STREET LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA
Lill 1 .
THE THINGS THAT MAKE
Are the good will and confidence of the public. Wo thunk our friends
uid patrons for this. We have a bus v. up-'o-dau- stun- /?How no
one to have better wares than wo aud ut prices in keeping with
If you want Glass Jars, Tops and Gums, Jolly Glasses or Ket?
tles call and soo us. If you want Groceries,-none bettor), come, ll
vdu want Mattings. Oilcloth, Linoleum and Matting Hugs we sell
them. If you want Tin, Wooden, Enamel, Galvanized, Qlasa and
Dishware look at our stock.
Shoes, Notions Staple I?ry Goods. Mon's Wear. Look at them.
We have bargains all tlie time. Never get tired trying to please the
public. Give us a call.
W. Hatty Agnoi*,
9 South Main
rae To Promise
I have removed my shop from A. W. MAINS
PILLS old stand, next to Hitching Yard, to
JNO. W. BROWN & SON'S Shop
(J. M. Sf-euseney's old stand)
HST All kinds of Carriage and Wagon Work. Trimming,
Upholstering neatly done. General repairing and locksmith
work. Prices reasonable. Call and give me a trial.
G. L. HAYSLETT
Open an Account in the Bank which
United States Government
HAS MADE A
Of its Postal Savings Funds
You will receive the same courteous treatment whether your
deposit is for one dollar or ten thousand dollars. Our Havings De?
partment still invites you to save.
THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
Dr. FAHRHEY'S TEETHING STRIP
Expel* from thr ?tomach and bowels thc things that make baby cry in
thc night. Letti mother aad biby sleep all night and get a good reit.
Curra Colic in ten minutes: ii a splendid medicine for Diarrhoea,
Cholera Morbus and Sour Stoma.-h. Von can't get anything better for
peevish, ailing, pile, skinny, under siled babies, aj c.-nts at durg store*
Trial Bottle I-KKK by mail of l)rs. t>. Fatartaey k Son, lUger.u-aej,