? ECE1PTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, TOWN OF LEXINGTON VA
' FROM SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1911 TO SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1MJ '
To Balance September 1st, IOU
To Real Estate
To Capt tat iou
To 1'prn.mal Property
To In-?? mi,. . ,
Les* Delinquent Tax , . . $248.48
Las* Tax Rf funded . . . 96.00
To Tax B. & O. Railroad . ? .
To Delayed Assessment*) ....
To Balance due Cominis*toner
To 11)1*2 Tax collected prior to Sept. 1st
To atrouut from Moore's Creek Fund returned ,
To Amounts Collected front Watter
.i .. .. .. pa?s
" " License
" " " " Dogs
" ll av Scales
*' " " " Street*
" from Sale St. Imp. Bonds
" '* from V. M. 1. Pipe Liu*
from W. A L. U. Pipe Line .
Streets and Roads ....
Waler and Sewers ....
Boatd .f Healtli .....
Fire Department .....
?Street Improvement ....
Interest and Coupons ....
Paid on Principal Bonded Debt
Paid on Temporaly Loan
September 1st, 1912, Balance
BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF TllE TOWN
Original Bonds .......
Hlit" school bouda ......
Street Improvement Bonds . . * . .
Moore's Creek Bouds ... ...
'J n.OOO. OH
U. W18K, Oiulrman
fr lliAi.ee Committed.
J. W. MOORE. Treasurer
A complete report of Moore's Crock water Hue will be made and published
when tail nvcouut- li ave .eeo .tuttis).!.
iCGElPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. WATER AND SEWER AC
* COUNT, FttO.Vi SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1911, TO SEPTEMBER 1ST. PJ12
To Amount-" colleoted from Water
Te AiiHiwiilis advanced by V. M. 1- on Waler Line
To Amounts paid bj VV. Si L. U. (Private Lme)
Reid Spring Pumping Station
I'alil lor Melei.H sud Meier Boxes
New sewers Laid .....
Cave Spiiugr Pumping Slaltou
W. St L. U. Fipe Lluaj ....
0 lu. Water Malu, Jordan St. to V. M. 1.
Repairs, etc. .....
Total Disbursements ....
September 1st, 1913, Balance
$0,839 81 0,839,81
CHARLES BOLE. Chairman Watei aud Sewers.
lt ls estimated that there will te salvage amounting to $8*25.00 on tbe two
abandoned pumping stations
DISPOSITION OF REGULAR APPROPRIATION FOR STREETS]
AND ROADS FOR YEAR ENDING SEPT. 1, 1912.
Appropriation, $5,000.00 Disbursements, $4,s42.42
CLEANING TOWN: Hauling tiash, and Cleaning Gutters aud Streets.
WORK ON OUTSIDE MILE:
Work ou Natural Bridge Road.
Collierstown Road ami patt of Keri's Creek Road.
Fill at Bridge over Wood's Creek.
0 South River Hoad?both brandies.
Bueuu Vista Road?both brun'hes.
Fail it tun in ls R .i:i.l.
Repaii of Bridge.-..
Purchase of two Horses.
Building aud Repairing Gravel Sida Walks.
Brio* Walk on East Homy Street.
Cement Walk ou Wlilto Street.
Cement Walk to Depot.
Keeping Town Plant in Repairs.
TJXPEND1TURES UNDER THE BOND ISSUE FOR STREETS ANT
Amount expended per statement Sept. 1, 1911
Macadam?Henry St. to White St.
Brick Butters ....
Tar Macadam?From Washington to Henry St. tci at of
tar to be added) .....
Mi DOW Kl.L. STIIKKT .....
Macadam?from limits to Mrs. Dillon's gap
between Jackson avenue and pool
room ..... $474.28
Gutters ..... 273.11
Macadam at Depot ....
Macadam--McDowell to Nelson, Henry to
top of Sheridan's lilli
JACKSON AV KNUR
Cement Curb and Gutter
Macadam between Main and Randolph
Macadam from Maia to Jackson
Quarry ing stone ......
'lal Kettle und Pouring ('ans .
Culvert at Washington and Lee entrance
Cement walk in front of Jaoksou Memorial Hospital
Laying Drick crossing?cor. Washington and Jefferson
(cost of brick to Im added)
Freight on shipment of tar ....
Labor on Washington and Lee roads (to be refunded)
Less omouut refunded
Amount left to be expended
ISSOURI CURE FOR GAPES
sesse Most Prevalent In Osmp
Weather, Caused by Worm in
? Chick's Windpipe.
IT MRS. JOHN J. MOORE. Missouri.) tb
A most common disease among p<
ilckens and one which causes great di
ss in the summer ls gapes. This tti
Isease, which ls most prevalent In bi
)ol. damp weather, ls caused by
orras, which get In the young chick's fe
Indpipe, causing lt to gasp for breath ol
nd if not dislodged, shutting off ita fl
-ii'Pb' of air. al
Sometimes the worm can be twisted T
at with ? horsehair, but this is a
evere remedy and other worms may
ake its place.
The following ls a preventative and
rill check the trouble at once:
Obtain the leaves of the common
,-oodworrn, sometimes called Jerusa
sm oak. a plant which grows wild In
nost places, having an erect shrub
>ery stem and small, yellowish tow?
ri. Its leaves when crushed have
tn unpleasant odor and are used la
he manufacture of vermifuge and to
irotect clothing and furniture from
noths and other Insects.
Mash the leaves and mix rn a small
juantlty with the chicken's teed or
mt In the drinking fountains.
Or, after the seeds have ripened,
:hey may be used instead of ths
leaves and a quantity gathered for
SIMPLE FEEDER FOR POULTRY
Automatic Device, Shown In Illustra?
tion, as Practical as More Ex?
An automatic teed er for poultry, sim?
ple In design, yet apparently as prac?
tical as similar devices of more com?
plicated and expensive design, ls
shown in the Illustration. The feeder,
which is hung from any convenient
support, comprises a grain container
provided with a discharge opening al
the bottom; a scoop pivoted under?
neath the opening, and a pendulum
like arrangement -with a ball at its
end. The chickens peck at this ball,
thus causing the pendulum to swine,
which tilts tbe scoop and allows a
certain amount of grain to fall to the
If it is possible, do not keep laying
hens or raise young chicks without
this very necessary article, even on
the farm. Place your coops for the
little ones near some shady place snd
there scatter coarse strawy manure
about three inches deep, then keep lt
moist at the bottom, if there ls no
rain, and watch the little fellows go
down after the angleworms that
flourish at the bottom, and you will
see your chicks flourish also. The
currant brush ls a good place.
Kerosene ls sure death to Hos lt
applied as a spray. Spray the walls,
roosts, corners and nestings and thc
oil will kill all vermin. Sprinkle the
bottom of the nests with lt and covet
with a heavy coating of straw
Kerosene is also very valuable ir
preventing and curing scale disease
In fowls. If lt is used freefy on tha
roosts once a week you will have n<
scaly legs. It promptly destroys thi
red louse that preys on the fowls a
night, sapping their very life bloo<
and retires to the roost poles durlni
$100 Reward $100
Thelfrei.ders of this paper will b
pleased to learn that there is at lea*
one dreaded disease that science ha
been able to cure in all lt* stages, hu
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catani* Cw
ls the only positive cure now known t
the tuedieal fraternity. Catarrh beiu
a constitutional disease, requlresacoi
stitutlunal treatment. Hall's CaUrr
Cure is takiuijr internally, acting dina
Iv upon the blood aud mucous aurfac<
of the system, thereby destroying tl
foutulallou of the disease and irl vi n
the patient stretiKtk by butldiug up tl
constitution anti assisting nature
dolUK il? work. The proprietors ha
so much fnith in it* <urntl\? peesj
that they ofter One Hundred Dolla
for any case that it falls to cure. fc**i
for list of testimonials.
Address 1?. J. CHKNKY & CA,
Sold by all diuggists, 7;">c.
Take Hall's Family PHI for ooratli
>.<*>) tlou. oat. li
)MBAT POULTRY-YARD FOES
-eat Amount of Lota and Much An?
noyance Caused by Insect Par?
asites?How to Control.
(By GEORGE at, TURPIN.)
Insect parasites are the cause of a
eat deal of annoyance aud loss to
?ultrymen. Some essential measures
r their control are:
Have the poultry houses separated
om all other farm buildings
Have all of the Interior fixtures of
ie poultry houses, such as roost
>l*s. nest boxes. feed hoppers,
?epping boards, etc.. removable so
lat every part of the Interior can
9 readily cleaned and sprayed.
Keep a good dust bath to which the
iwls may have access at all times
* the day. Common road dust with
ne ashes ar.d powdered sulphur or
Ir-slacked lime added ls excellent.
he road dust should be gathered
A dropping board easily removed,
?leaned, sanded and replaced without
|oing into the hen house.
A. Dropping board proper.
luring dry 'weather for use during
Spray the coops and fixtures with
a good whitewash twice each year,
adding two pounds of salt and one
fourth gallon of crude carbolic acid
to every fifty gallons of the spraying
Setting hens should have access to
a good dust bath such as mentioned
ab<v,- if lice are found later on tho
chicks, rub lard In the feathers of
tbe head and throat, and lu bad
cabts. also under the wings.
TURKEYS THRIVE ON ALFALFA
Two Hundred Acres of Lsnd In Ne?
braska Utilized by Ranchman for
Breeding of Birds.
A Nebraska ranchman has more
than 200 acres of wild land, too dry
for cultivation without Irrigation, and
raakos a good living by raising tur?
A small creek nins through the
place and along Its sides grow some
About 200 acres of this farm has
bo, n sown to alfalfa, and In spite of
th? absence of much rain lt thrives
The old ranch owner raises from
800 to 1.200 turkeys every year, and
about the only care he gives them ls
to feed them alfalfa.
SOME FACTS ABOUT TURKEYS
One Sensible Thing ls to Keep Best
Birds for Breeding and Send
Others to Market.
Turkeys kept for breeding stock
should be the best that there is In the
flock. It ls difficult for some people
to keep their best turkeys and
send the others to market, but it's tho
only sensible way to do. The habit of
selling the best is not characteristic
of only the least Intelligent people; lt
is common with the people who have
raised turkeys all their lives, and
people who would not think of
breeding other stock of the farm
in such a careless way. Those
people have attained the success
and profits in turkey raising that are
enjoyed by the man who handles them
as fairly as he docs his cows and
The best care in the world can do
little with poorly bred poults and
turkey chicks. You cannot expect
large turkeys from small breeders.
Site ls not the only thing to be con?
sidered in selecting the stock; thrift
and firmness have as much to do with
ths choice as tbe size; big, well-built
bodies and legs to be desired
And on top of all, do not ruin tht
ivlgor of your strain by too earl*,
Fresh Air ls Needed.
Fowls are obliged to throw off mud
of the waste of the body through thi
lungs. They do not sweat in thi
sense that do other animals, but In
stead breathe several times faste
than sweating animals -when heatea!
To keep in god health a hen require
nearly seven times the amount c
fresh air In proportion to its size a
does a horse.
She?"1 see that the Massacbusett
legislature is going to Impose a yearl
fine of $50 on all bachelors." He
"Well. lt ls worth lt."?Cincinnati El
Advice to the Aged.
Age brings infirmities, such as slug?
gish bowels, weak kidnc) s anal blad?
der and TORPID LIVER.
haven specific effect on theseorgsni
stimulating the bowels,causing t her
to perform their natural functions s
In youth snd
to tbe kidneys, bladder sud LIVER
Tney en naUntett tg uti aad young.
STRAIN ft PATTON
Clothiers and Gents' Furnishers
r Class tells in CLOTHING as in
everything else. Good matorial and
good workmanship are the things
that count. Unless the fabric is
good the Clothing won't wear. Un?
less the workmanship is expert and
painstaking the clothing won't, hold
its **hape. It's economy to buy
good Clothing and Furnishings and.
not meaning to brag about it; we
are prepared to furnish the gooii
at PRICES thataresure toPLSASK.
?et?" If it's clothing you need come
to see us.
STRAIN & PATTON
Miller's Bargain Stores
The New Store With New Goods With tSJew Prices
!?S. Main Sweet LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA (.3 doors from Lj
The very simple rea-on that va e csu se you lbs -
money is by buying goods tor
THREE STORES DIRECTFROn THE "lANLFACTURERS
?nablos us to get the inside wholesale prices on the same Roods. Take
Men's Heavy Fkece-Lined Underwear
we are selling at H5 cts. or 3 tor 11.00. T - wi re oo.ight by us
ast Marcb (1,000 dozen) at rock bottom prices, and thousands of other
?staple merchandise which we can mention, liemeiuoer, ali our gooiK ;ir..
up-to-date, lt does not matter how cheap we price our goods you will
il ways tind the same up-.o-date.
We operate ttl rt-t.- Large Stores (an ~i not hoes in the wall either) and
ur aim at ali times is to give you more goods for the same money.
HILLER'S BARGAIN STORES
Harrisonburg Charlottesville Lexington
original Hot Blast Heaters and Ranges
Soft Coal. Slack. Siftings. Hard Coal. Crashed Coke. Wood ami Cobs
Prices $12.00 to $20.00
... A FILL LINK OF...
Blankets and Comfortables
Sa*T" Easy terms. Discount for c.is h.
A FULL LINE OP HOUSE FURNISHINGS
REAHS, JONES & GRAHAH
BUENA VISTA, VA.
NEW CLOTHING STORE
B. C. TOLLEY & CO.
It is time to tliink'about SSW fall Clotbinn*. We nu lit yon ia
READY MADE SLUTS. Como iu ami inspect our Hq.* of
Samples for Merchant Tailoring
Wo eau give good tits in nobby niaile-to-iu.-asure Suits
Full Hue of Trunks, Suitcases and Band Hags.
Nie,? Hue of Hats, Shoes, Shirts and Underwear.
O^T" Good goods, well wade, at iik,'iit pries and satisfaction
"The Han's Shop"
B- C. TOLLEY & CO.
Oppo. 1st National Bank (Main Street) lexington, Va.
: Hog Killing Time
Will soon be here and von will want a GOOD Butcher Kuife au?l
Warranted Shear Steel Botcher Knives,
Enterprise Meat Cutters and
Enterprise Lard Presses.
B^~ Repairs for Meat Cutters carried iu stock
flyers Hardware Co. Inc.
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