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PROFESSION '.L CARDS
OTHO C JACKSON,
A rTOKMET-AT-lsaVVr
Dflioe- Rooms f.-rui'-ily MCupM bv
Hou. William A. Andeisoa, real Court?
house un trails.
I.kxim ton - - - Virginia
Daw. Si 10-tf.
GRKKNLKK I). LBTCHBB,
ATTOSMBI at Law,
LEXINGTON, VA
Notarv Pablie
J. fsssTos Moons. FkiNK Mooki
Late Clerk Oo. ?;ourt Notury Public
(T)OORE .V MOORE.
? lb Attobhkvb at Law,
LatXISSTOM, Va
P&one ISo. ia
Kunk T.i.i.a-..?? ii .m A. Whit*
QLaASGOW <fc WHIT K
Attoknkvs-at-Law
-.)*i Lexington Va.
ROBERT CATLETT
L A W Y E R.
\ Lr.xiNGTois, Va.
OFFICES _ _ ?
l (. LUTON l'ol.UE, Va.
Julv -0 10 tl.
INSURANCE
R. R.WITT & CO.
C. KN KU AL
FIRE INSURACE
Represent Old Line Companies
Vatner, Pole & Co.
Furniture and Undertaking
Main Street, Lexington, Vu.
The time lias come you will wan
to get the good of your porch.
We have the furniture needful:
ROCKERS, CHAIRS,
SETTEES, SWINGS,
VUDAR SHADES, ETC.
Also for the Hall, Parlor, Dinin
Room, Led Room and Kuchen all i
which will prove satisfactory i
quality and price.
We can save you money if you a
goint; to buy a sewing machine.
UUP ii- '? stared Rrnbalmer ia chari
of our Undertaking Departms
which is conducted tn a mann
that aili Meet wi|,lj approval.
CHILLY KVKNINGS
and cool mornings require boom
heat. Why not get one of our
PORTABLE
Oil Heaters
Th?:y can be used anywhere in
the house and are comfortable
PBICBS
$3.50 $4.50 $5.00
Uti'" Wick-stop prevents unok<
and odor
R. S. Anderson Compan
NELSON STKKKT
NOTICE
TO
Tax-Payers
in : ooordaaos with tin; law pres ari b
Dg tbe asanner in which T?kX?*s im<l
I'uuniy Levia*sshall hs collected, tli?
rreaamer, or one of his Deputies, ?iu
ror thi-* purpose, I
a W. MorrisoD's Store, Co
town. Toeadav, Oct. 89.
.). W. Morrison \ i"V?'i Stun-, (?;ik
Data, Wednesday, oct :>u.
ll. U Morrison*) Co's Btore, Mw
mion, Thursday, Oct. 31.
P. 1. HiiITiuiiii'm Store, Alphln,Fiidaj,
Nov. 1
ai. M. Anderson's Blore, Raaekbridgi
Baths, Tuesday, < ka. 99.
Kilglen nu \ Co's Btore, Kerr'a
Ci eek, Wednesday, Oct 30.
al. I). Hughes' Btore. Denmark,
Thursdav, < >i-i. 31.
J. T. Mamgomery's Btore, Raphlne,
., i ?.-t. tit.
J. K. iiini K. W. Bo* wort h's Store
Un wusburg, Wednesday, Oct 30.
W. tiaidoer Reed's Btore, at Zack
ni t\alker's Creek, Thursday, Oet. 31,
M?-i imtii- \ Snyder's btore, (Joslien
Friday Evening sud Saturday Nov,
:ni'i -j.
?'. II. A: S. I). Mangos' Stoic, Vesu
vin.-, Wednesday, i?<-t. 30.
i-., H. Flippo's Store, Fairfield,Thur*
day, " :. 81.
Jobiab Wilmer's Btore, Cornwall
Friday, Nov. 1.
Paxton ,v Leekey'a Stoic. Oak Bant
Tn. eday, Oct. ?.".?. "
John \V. Burger & Co's Store, Mal
uriii Prtdge, Wednesday. Oct. 30.
IBaldwiu, Echols alt Co s Store, lil*
gow, I inn.- lay, Oot. 31.
Treaeurer'a UfBaSe till eva* nie
..? Nov. :u>, i'?i_\
Tba* Treasurer's OfBce will be kc
? Inn continuously trout '?? a.m. to
p ii;.,wlii-ii it will bc closed tor the -Iii
older to give time toelose up il
- Uuainess.
"Any person tailing to pny suj rsi*
or County levies to the Treasurer by tl
, ' l-l li-T OF DECEMBER shall incut
I peualty thereon otu per centum, wini
{ -ball he added to Hie suounl of tux
iimi levies doe frou sudi tai pay <
which, when collected t)j tbe Treasi
.r or his Deputies, aimil be sooounl
t roi in bis settlement."?[A part, oft
18th Sec of tin- Act r-i.-i red to.;
Persons owning land not in thi
I own name will c-.ul for such ticki
wiien settling their own. Otherw
they will have tin- 5 per ceat.to p;
2 is it is impossible (or tbs treasui
^f lo keep posted oi. all Isnd sales
,, tue county.
Taxpayers are respectfully 1
re . earnestly requested cot to postpi
inquiry lor amount of tax till i
Ke days of November and then wi
nt for statement. There is little ti
er fir answering letters during
chuting days o'. N wernher.
S. K. MOORE, Treasure
Oct.16 tf of Icjckbndge Cout
1
a
J. F. MYERS
Builder and
Contract
~PKCIAL ATTENTION PAID
REPAIR WORK OF ALL KIT
WAGON MAKING, CARRIj
SHOP AND ALL KINDS OF
PAIRS AT
A. NV. nVNSPIl.ES Old St
NEXT TO MU CHINO YAKI
W. L. Henson is associated \
aie.
iHW
fALUE OF POULTRY PRODUCTS
i
l a
ti i
eh
l?l!
OM
oor Methods of Preparing and Mar
ketlng Deprive Poultryman alf
Much of HU Profita. j tTt
- I Ht
(By F. H. 8TONKBURN.) I H
Poultry products of various kinds *
orm one of tbe greatest crops pro
uced upon American tarma The
ver Increasing number of farms and
ilants devoted exclusively to poultry
Leeplng produce large amounts of ?t
ilgh grade goods, although these aro ni
nconslderable when compared with vs
he vast Bupply coming from the small ^
locks scattered upon the farms and '
n the villages throughout the coun- ''
ry. Unquestionably the great bulk .
)f poultry products has come in the ^
>ast from the latter sources, and this j,
?ondltlon is likely to continue. K
Many farmers concede that their ti
locks of poultry yield them a fair ?
profit, although any intelligent ob- :l
server has but to spend a short time ''
in investigating the great markets to '
learn that poor methods of preparing
and marketing alone prevent the pro- \
ducer from receiving much greater re- l>
turns. The majority of poultry raisers
fall to realize that their profits could J
be largely increased, first, by the
production of better end more uniform
goods; and second, by improved meth- '.,
ods of disposing of them.
Not infrequently it is stated that I
high-grade goods sell themselves, -
and in a Bense this ls true, but it ls '
not enough to turn out superior
goods; much is lost If they are not
marketed in the most careful manner.
The poultry man who receives
the highest quotations for his prod
el
tu
ucts throughout the year is the one
who studies "how, when and where"
1 to market. He learnB thnt during cer
! tain months in each year there is a
! shortage in different kindB of poul
I try products, and he plans to produce
I as large a quantity as possible of
thes< :"oduct8 during tho season of
l scant . -.ply. He then ascertains in
which markets he can diepoKi- of
these goods to best advantage, and
prepares and packs them according to
the requirements of those markets.
Poultry products are concentrated
and valuable, although not extremely
perishable. Therefore, improved means
of transportation make lt possible for
the poultryman to place his goods in
the best markets without greatly in'
creased expense.
Feed During Molting.
The molting of fowls is a natural
process and not a disease and no
medical treatment is necessary or de?
sirable. Feed molting fowls just as
you would feed them at any othei
time, only remember that molting it
done during hot weather, and it-ss car
bonacious food should be given thar
when the weather is cool. Oats, wheat
cut clover or alfalfa or any legumlnout
seeds may be used more because th<
weather is warm than that fowls an
molting. Any sort of green food li
good; so are beets, turnips, bulbs o
tubers of any sort that they will eal
They should have little corn or othe
heat-producing food.
ita
iss
IV.
?ol?
in
na
NM
SSI
?its
un
the
>ty.
Il
OULWMM
Sow turnips for poultry food.
This is the month to wage war <
lice.
Almost all varieties of geese mal
good mothers.
Dry bran makes a good chicken fe?
ttle year round.
There should be shade provided
every poultry ynrd.
Feed sweet milk occasionally duri
tho Rummer months.
Overfeeding is a common cause
loss among turkeys.
A turkey cannot grind its food wi
out having sharp grit.
Oats are the best feed for growl
bone nnd large frame.
Summer eggs that go to marl
roust be above suspicion.
Gees* live long, but lt is not w
t% keep ganders over four years <
Geese have been bred for table l
nt least since tha? days of anet
Egypt.
A turkey when a few weeks
j-v.s grows very fast and has a voracl
*??! . Uplift]!!..
If you want large, healthy chl<
don't crowd more than twenty-five
TO
vTDsJ one coop.
..... Yard the young stock during
KK
tnd
day and house at night to slop s
mer losses.
Do not get the Idea that there i?
money in poultry unless you R
poultry on a large scale.
) Feed for growing pullets and ?
erelg should consist largely of cr
with ed oats with the hull removed.
Select a warm plnoo away from
i windows for roosts, nnd have an
dined platform under them to c
:?(]
?-t
iHO
? ld.
iso
cut
old
HUB
?ka,
i in
t he?
il ni
i no
alse
ock
u i k
the
lr>
atch
Valuable Farms For Sale
IMO Aa.-ra.-H ot linc land S miles from \
xii'aiton, Va., on a gooa! ramil. (loud |
ii cs. *\ ell watered. 1 I MTCB In er
Slat, IO acres tine timber, latta**
ck nollie, - uew ballin iain! all Beaded
i b Hidings. Close to church, store,
l< ol an I mill. lt itt not often that
iii property i.- on Has miuk-l. This J
:i line laim. You sliouul linik into ]
ir. property. Price only *15,000|
deli ts low
A Faroe of about 100 acree 10 wiles
<iu Lexington, Va., 10 miles from
lena \ istu, 1 mile from National
ighv ay, I miles to B. & O. Station,
miles to 2L * NV. Stiation. Close t<>
larches, schools and stores. t'K) to 70
res lu cultivation aud sod. Nico lol
oik, crops well,nice to usa- machinery
Ihalauce af laml is iu timoei. .New
mk barn paluted and rodded. Karu |
>out 40 x 00, flue toiiinliitioii, plenty
mu for stork nua (tata, e-aw granary
itli t wia wiinon Sheds Heir tile batu.
at cr iii batu-yard,cistern and sining.
wo etreaaas of oleur water running
ii.uit;h I he pince. Apple orchard ol
or .j m-res, never tails to bear, plenty
nail trait, - tine vegetable gai delis..
cw o room howes vv'th collar, ?a-u
ouse iiud BBBOkS house coliil'incd,
raniiry aud wagou shad i SUI laaidaNaOe,
>ol siled, WOOd bouse, s| uni; BOOMS
ml double chicken house. UoodJ louds
Dd a iiu-c neighborhood. An uuiiaiiul
. desirable fal in anal nice linnie. Ap.
ly tor price.
t?:$7 Acres 14miles bon- Lexington,
ii., lu miles I rom Hiiciiauau. > milaM
o stations on >' A \V ead C. k t>. K. K.
cry doss to ehaichas and seaoa i>
'enced witli wire and rail,well wateaed
v apriuica,raaalag a at er la every Bald,
LUaut 1*00(1 apple inc.? also another
minger ore li a rd, pears uhmrtws.pluu; $
md grapea. Nice roomy residence ou
icviiiion giving linc viewol siiiroiiini
Dg icniitry.Ali needed out-buildings, 3
tood i-iiaut Houses Fn.e ; bice tor
tattle aiul sh> a'n. tin a good road and
n a good mvi ion. linne hihI look al
li's l.um. SOO acres lu cultivation, SOO
acres graaintr, 107 sates wood laud. Wc
?i.n s, il lt for 035.per eete.
7O Acrea io miles from lu siugtou,
Vs., cio-e to t vin railroad*, 03 seres in
BulUvatton, > iicri-s in timber, ?"> loom
bouse, hara 20x84, other out buildings,
liver lull api'ie tTSSS, otliei sii'iill truit,
well watered hy spring und branches.
ii,uni land anal a nice BOIO This
puce 1 nc lin Us -j; mic- ol growing kihi 11
iT told nt once, ll ml laad cnou^li.iul
joliiii.g lund can bs pm chased. I lice
TJOOO
th) Acre Farm >j. uiil-s norn buena
Viola, 8 ? Hw from Lexington, \ u. 7U
iicie cleared uni! c.. cUtiViilloL.baiauce
iii woco. Marb>e quuriy on placu tests
M lui cent, lum,* ureiuud lim pcacn
ncc- iiOO live j eiii dui, 100 one jem
,ud. Fruit ol otliei Kinds lor !uiiiii>
u.-c. one of the linc 1 springs in the
counlv, well fem ed with wile. ISeW El
mell. ..ouse, (inuit sinble und (.luuery,
i:ooil ' lill, scvcinl chicken houses, on*
ii room, tine ariuugemeut lo. (owls.
l-'iiin,' pan foi hogs, 00 to GO bushels
cm. I- t<> 10 tiu.-iitis wheat, I to 1 1*2
tuns 1 ay pat aire. Liss well, crop.
wi-h, ? sally liiiiuiil. does to two mn d
I muriel*, school and churcli williiu UOU
jard.-. Owner wants more lanai. Tarma
I caul'. i'rlco irllOUO.
S3J acrea* more or less, su or IM
acrea cleared, most in cultivation, 19
inile- limn L<-.\iijglaiii, Vu. Good toad
I (food oelgbboi liooil, K- F. 1). man
I Larg'- lot Ol good timbet of all Kinds
I mik. cueetuut, poplar, locust, loo cord
bark, til) acres of ciu-ftnut lim ber, eic
gani lange lot hogs. All kinds uf Inn
on the plana. "??> lo 100 acies ol tin
land oa the mountain unusually lin
tor li ult ami ({lazing il .cisaris
Fani> weil laaneed, VVnl watered b
tbe liuest of spring Water. Soil is gravi
ead -lille willi clay bolloui. a u.oi
log house sealed und w eallni bt-al thi
iuige poreh, good cellar, 10x18. goo
barn, gocil stubb-, with 10x00 foot > lui
All needed out bulloings. Close I
stole. Behool uud chilli li. Adjoins tl
.ami.- of A. C. i\ i-ud, Calvin ticodbi
aud Jacob Cummings. This proper
id wen a or ti) looking at. Price oe s|
pilcal iou.
till Acres '.I wiles fruin Levin
toa. ? 00 acres iii gnus and eultivutiu
A eil watered, gooii buildings, pieu
Iruit, line grii/.mg. Can be uivlded in
two (arius.
Uot> Acres ti miles from Lexing'.i
good liuihhugs, plenty li nit, 40 act
nver bottom, SO acies in timber. Wi
wattled and crops well
150 Acres adjoining- corporate li
it? ol lluena Vista, BU acres iii glass a
cultivation, 7.') Bores nomi limner, i
apple trees, ft to 10 ycurs oil, 70 pt
tieoa, plums, peaclios, ilamscu*. til.
binhiiugs and good road.
45 \crcs aj miles from Lexltagti
well wateied, 0 acres In orchard, plei
wood, some good timber, bulldmg.
lair condition, nice tor dairy aud chi
ens.
iJ30 Act es, luo cleared, ft m
from Lexington. Weli waturcd, a v
kept place, good leucea, new bul lilli
pleuty fruit. A tine home, on good rc
aud must lu- seen to be appiceialetl.
1JJO Acres MA miles from Lexiugl
150 acres Bleated, 1ft ucres good tuc I
plenty wooli, well watered, 200 af
aud 200 peach trees. Good bulbin
About IOO Acrea il miles f:
Lexington, line state of cultival
well watered, well fenced, good bi
lugs, plenty truit, a Hue liouie.
74 Acres?IU miles from Lex
ton, Va., on a good road, 1 miles I
Da-pot. Fair hmldlugs?Uood ?.rcl
of bat) bearing tiees. Hood fence
nice li.?me. 047i?0.
New H room residence, nice po
good cellar, all needed out bulidi
elstern water, some fruit. Very c
to corporate limits of Lexington,
Lot 7ftX^aO fa^et, or will nell
uni >hiii of laud wanted up
ucres. A handsome profit eau be 11
here selling oft built.mg lots. W
looking into. Cull and we will ?
you.
New ai-Koomi House, two
porches, large reception hall, llghti
sOanaa* heat.
A llooal Mill for sale in II
bridge <> linty. Capacity 00 bbls
day. Qootl seeUofi ot the county,
the price, tliis is worth looking at.
For lulormatlou, terms, etc., ad
KockbriUge Keelia- Corporal
IRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEXINGTON
LEXINGTON, VA.
OFFICERS
. B. VAUGHAN, President
Ell) Win li:. Vim Pieaidenl
LC WISH. Cashier
,1,0 G. SHERIDAN, Bookkeeper
DIRECTORS
heh> w nm
(J K .AUOHA1N
.IAS O. WATTS
ll ( W 1SE
B. Estes VAUGHAN
Regular Semi Annual Statement at Close of Business
December 30. J9XX
RESOURCED
.< ms ami Discounts.*4u7,071 .86
.Mini , Sei*uiiti?>s, ate. 1,290.00
LS 'I'/, l.onils. 6O.O0O.s9C M58.30l.38
lankinM I'oiisi-, Lots Bank ami Post ottos
Furniture and Fixtures. 36411.18
:i(*iniiuii on I S. I' 'mis. 1.911 '.'7
I l-oiislll'i I" ul U." > ('>,< Isi'tll*lll|.tii>ll FttUll) 2,a>t?O.C0
Ksii on Hand ... . ?7,66(1 16
Ute *ttom Banks.73 443 36 K?i 108.83
1600 ?-':; i :;:>
LIABILITIES
Capita] Stock. ...
?mu plus Fund.
rmliviili'il Profits (net) .
soiiiiAiiniial Dividend (6# ) Jan. 2, IOU
I in-ll.itiiii; Nott*:-,.
i> !? isi rs
Individuals.8397.121 o7
Dm-lo Hanks. 'jo..Ml IH) 417,665 37
-.0 oi 0 i I)
7."* ? <> I 0
1 56896
3.00000 C132.H
50,000.00
m ii *>34.33
>^j
THE LASTING IMPRINT
OF QUALITY.
t
As Jewelers.v^e must
tell you tKcit it ia
^ QUALITY
rather IH&n. price
?which should be considered in buying a wctch.
When we sell you a ROCKFORD WATCH, wc
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 STKKKT LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA
FOR THE FALL SE.AS0N
? Wt" have :i large lint of Blankets, Comfarts, White Spreads,
Sweaters, Gloves, Undarwear, Vatting and Mutting SSquarea, Oil
Cloth, Linoleum, 1 eather tnd Hum Bhoea.
? In om- GROCERY DBI AKHIENT we have the good* the peo*
pie tall for and at ri^lit prioae. lt' you do not gat our prices jos aro
tin* loser.
? Look over onr line of DISH WAKE if yon seed anj/ttiing for
tin* Tabla?, Kitchen or Bed Boom.
?ss.?" We have u full Store.Many tilings you will want. Only co*ns .mil sae.
W. Harry Agnor,
9 South Main
Street
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lilil
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ilost*
Va.
14.ll>'
Lo 8
jade
orth
bow
Xn<e T*o Promt.se
I have re roved rny simp from A VV. MANS
PILE'S old stand, next to Hitching Yard to
JNO. W. BROWN & .SON'S Shop
(J. M. ?enseney*s oki stand)
UmW* All kinds of Carriage and Wagon Work. Trimming,
Upholstering Deatlj done, (.leueral repairing and locksmith
work. Prices reasonable. Call aud nive me a trial.
G. L. HAYSLETT
HEN KY STKKKT
1 EXINGTON, VA.
Open an Account in the Bank which
-THE
United States Government
Of
HAS MADE A
DEPOSITARY
Its Postal Savings Funds
You will receive the same courteous treatment whether your
deposit is for one dollar or ten thousand dollars. Our Savings De
partment still invites you to save.
THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
Baby
Has Nerves Like Grown Folks
l-.it.v can not tell you
that
ililp. S..ollie the
Respect them,
restless infant
.>**. I'-vVllI-st.VVcS'Y*** TEBtHI.VO MYRUP
anil he will slccji well, eat well an/l act well. Thia famout remedy ia
motin r's lust friend. It prevents Cholera [titanium, cures bowel com?
plain'a and Colic, makes Teething eaay anil safe. Can be given In babies
one 'lay old. as cents at druggists. Trial bottle free if yuu mention

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