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PROFESSION \L CARDS
OTHO C. JACKSON,
ATTollMiY-AT-L.aW
< wilco- Ko.ons formerly occuplaad by
Hon. Williiuii .\. A.olei-oii, real Court?
house up stab -.
LBXISUTOM - - - VllollsiA
Dec. ?"'
GRREXLEE I). LBTCHEB,
Attosmbi at Last,
LBXINeTOM, va
Notary Publie
.1. I'aasros "ttooss. Pbbbb Mooki
LateOlarh Co. Court Notary Pubih
fnOOUK fat MuOKE.
???-?> ATToasarrfe li Law,
LsxaitevuN, Va
Phone No. Il
K?4N( T. liU H .1 A WtOTi
QL.ASGOW ah WU 1 I' E
A rroBMCl s-a r-l.A\v
-Oft Lax burton Vu.
ROBERT CATLETT
L A VV Y E Ii.
\ LalfJUUOTOM, Ya.
OFFICES^ .,
/ CUFJ'oN io];.,!., Va
.Inly M IO tf.
INSURANCE
R. R.WITT & CO
GKNKRAL
FIRE INSURACE
Represent Old Line Companies
Varner, Pole & Co
Fornitor and Und rtakin
Main Street, Lexington, Ya.
Tho time has come you will wai
to got tho good of your porch.
We have the furniture needful:
ROCKERS, CHAIRS,
SETTEES, SWINUS.
VUDAR SHADES, EIC.
Also for the Hall, Parlor, Dinii
Room, Bed Room and Kitchen all
which will prove satisfactory
quality and price.
We can save you money if you a
going tn buy a sowing machine.
fpfav"Reg stared Embalmer in char
of our Undertaking Departing
which is conducted in amana
that frill :,ieet arith approval.
'.HILLY EVENINGS
anil coo! mornings require BOOM
heat Why not get one of our
PORTABLE
Oil Heaters
They can be used any where in
the house and are comfortable
PRICES
$3.50 $4.50 $5.00
M&T Wick-stop prevents smoki
and odor
R. S. Anderson Compan
.TOLSON STREET
The Gazette Only $J.O
NOTICE
TO
Tax-Payers
In accordance wi;h tbs law proscrlb
inaj tin. manlier in which l'ax?*s and
County Levies shall be collected, the
Tr.'.-i-in?t, or one ol hi- Deputies, wil
tor this purpose, ix al
A W. Iforriaou'a store. Colliers
town Tnesdav, ik*t. -'.
J, \V. Morrison A no's Store, Oak
Dale, Wednesday, "? t. 30.
Il U Morrison k t Io's Store, V.n
mi, ii, Thursday, Oet. 31.
1*. I. Huffman's Store, Alphio,Friday,
Nov. i
H. ai. Anderson's Store, Rnekbridgi
Hath-. Tu.- las, i i ',. 2t?.
Rugleu un A Co's Store, Kerr'
Ci wk, Wei ln<?liv. Oct :W.
DJ. D. Hughes' Store. Denmark,
Thursday, Oct, 31.
J. T. Mougomery's Store, Itaphine,
. I lol . 'J''.
J. K. ;i!ui E. W. I'.o-tvoi th's Store,
bu wuel urg, Wed nea lay, < ?ct. 30.
W. Uta! duel la,".-.l's Mole, ut Z.-U'k.
. k. i - Creek, Thursday, Oct. 31,
Miltie A > ? - ler'n >tore, I jo-lu-li.
j ?vemug and Sal unlay Nov. I
an.I 2.
? . \i. A S. 1). Maligns Store, V.-u
vin.-. tV.oiie-iliiy. I >.t. 30.
K, R. Flippo'a Store,fairfield,Thur*
day, Oi I. 31,
Joalat Wilmer'* Store, Cornwall,
Fi i.lay. .Nov. 1.
Paxton A Leakey's Store, Oak Hank.
Tu. r-atay, < >et. -"'.
J.ibu W. Burger & Co'* Stoie, Mal
ural Pu.lg... Wednesday. Oct. SO.
Iwlu, Ecnols ak Cos Store, (ilns
gow, Thurat lay, < >>-t. 31.
I ? i as ll rei 's tlflice till eve il i i:g
* ot Nov. :$o. Illili.
The Treasurer's Office will be kept
open continuously from '?? ii.m. 108
p.m.,wben it will oe closed for tbe da)
in onler to give time to close up th*
da] .- business.
"Any person tai!ii L'to pay ai.;. Slate
or County levies to the ["reasurer i<\ tin
'. FIRST OK DECEMBER shall Incurs
penalty (hereon of 5 per centum, which
JtJ .-billi he added to tha amount of taxe*
sud levies das fros, such taxpayer,
.%iii<-li. when collecta)d bj il^ Treasur
.?r or his Deputies, ?bsll be accounted
nt torin bis settlement."? A part of the
lstti See. of tbe Act referred t.>. j
Persons owning land not in their
usn name will cail for such tickets
when heming their own. Otherwise
tiley will have the ;"> per cent, to pay.
,? IS it is impossible for the treasurer
0j to keep posted on all land sales in
jn tbe county.
Taxpayers ari; respectfully but
re earnestly requested not to postpone
inquiry lorsmount of tax till last
ge. da>s ol' November and then write
mt for statement. There is little timi
:er f -r answering letters during tin
?lasing days of N n'cinber.
S lt. MOORE, Treasurer
Oct. 16 If of Rockbridge County
J. F. MYERS
Builder and
Contractoi
MPB01 A L ATTFNTK >N l?,\ 1 D T(
REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINK
WAGON MAKING, OARRIAGI
SHOP AND ALF KINDS OP Bl
FAIRS AT
A. \V. /IANSPILES Old Stand
NEXT TO HITCH I NO YAKI)
\V. L. Henson is associated |wit
Jie.
Phone 208 Lexington,
0 ' Nov.22 tl Virgini
CABINET
IGHT ru mu ii nature 1.
lightly toat
Aji.I ruiflaxi -without cauaa. oomplalnlTfr
on?
eal lesa with reat?until, baaing over?
thrown. '
It learn?>th to baa quirt.
?E. B. Browning.
MEALS FOR TWO.
There are many dishes which a
mall family cannot enjoy without
aste. but there ls such a variety to
noose from, one need not lind the
let monotonous.
Soups of many kinds may be made
1 small quantities and are Just as
ood as larger amounts.
Potato Soup.?Take half a cup of
iced potato and add to a cup and a
alf of scalded milk tn which has
ooked a slice of onion and a stalk of
elery. Melt a tablespoonful of but
i-r. mid a tablespoonful of flour; stir
ito the hot soup. Season with salt
nd popper and cook until the soup is
mooth. A tablespoonful or two of to
nato catsup may be added for variety
r chopped parsley or chives may bo
prlnklcd over the top of the soup
ust as lt ls served.
Angel Drop Cakes.?Heat the whites
if taro orrs until stiff, add a Quarter
>f a teaspoonful of cream of tartar.
l fourth of a cup of sugar and a few
Irops of vanilla. When well Baized
old la a quarter of a cup of flour.
">rnp on unbuttered tins or bake In
[em pans.
Mock Bisque.?Take half a cup of
(trained tomato, one and a half table,
ipoonfnls of butter mixed and cooked
?? lt ll thc pamo amount of flour; add
i cup of hot milk and cook together,
".dd tho milk to the tomato, to which
ms been added a teaspoonful of fucar
ind a pinch of soda. Season to taste
uni aerve hot.
Coffee Cream.?Scald a fourth of a
cup of milk, add a half cup of boiled
roffeo. Soften fe teaspoonful of gela?
tine tn a little water. Heat the yolk
of an ogg and add two tablespoonfuls
of sugar. Add to the coffee mixture
and cook in a double boiler, stirring
constantly. When thick, add the
white of egg well beaten, a pinch of
salt and a few drops of vanilla. Turn
Into a mold after adding the gelatine,
nnd aet away to mold. Serve with
cronin
gi?jT6lIEN
CABINET
OT* GTVF. vnur roflVo tr
fat.
Ten firnlip the dog for coming.
And all your face grows ktndar nt
The Itttla brown bre'n Humming."
? E. R Hrnwnlnr.
A DAY WITH LEFT-OVERS.
Chop cold roast lamb, season wltl
salt and put Into a buttered baktn;
dish; cover with a cup of seasoned
cooked macaroni. Beat three eggi
slightly, add a cup and a half of milk
pour over the mixture and bake In i
slow oven.
Hot Potato Salad.?Cook two cupi
of half inch cubes of potatoes; drali
and pour over the following dressing
Mix together a half cup of celery cu
fine, two slices of lemon, two table
spoonfuls of chopped onion, one ta
blespoonful of chopped parsley, fou
tablespoonfuls of olive oil, pepper an*
salt to taste. Heat until boiling he
and serve nt once.
Water Melon Balls.?Any water me
on that 1b left over may be scoope
out into balls, using a vegetable cu
ter. or if this ls not at hand a tabb
spoon will do, making oval-shape
pieces. Chill and serve very cold.
Hasty Blueberry Pudding.?Huttf
four or Ave slices of bread on bot
sides, place In individual sauce dishe
grate a little nutmeg over the slicf
and pour over canned berries thi
have been heated hot.
When preserving peaches, use tl
broken pieces that are not perfei
enough, for a spiced sauce. Add vin
gar, spices and brown sugar and coe
until of the right consistency.
When there is a little cold chlcke
but not enough for a dish, add i
equal quantity of cold boiled hai
both chopped fine. Mix together wi
a rich, well-seasoned white sauce ai
serve on buttered toast as a lunchei
or supper dish.
Any combination of cold meat mi
be used with the sauce, varying tl
flavor by using chopped green pc
pers or onions.
, I Twice Married In Three Days.
" | To Mr. W. T. Chudley of Shobrool
<? I Devon, England belongs the distil
tion of being maided twice in thi
! days. His first marriage with Miss
j Morrlsh took place at 5:36 p. m., c
lng to the late ariival of tho vic
whose memory had played bim
h prank. Thc vicar ascertained fri
: the bishop that the wi Mtng was leji
but to muka- as- "-.?? ne iloi.-nly st
I Mr. and Mrs. Chudley were mrrr!
ai again, this time b> dayl'aiit.
Valuable Farms For Sale
1HO Acres of lino land I rai lea from
Lexington, Va., ou a g;o<?il road. Good
satan, Well watered. |4aan*nvan or
dui ral, 1"> MM line timber. burge
fettak nou.-e, 'J uow barns niel tall mailed
mt buildings. ('U>?o to oburoli, store,
Wfetnol nu 1 nilli. lt is not often that
Mich property is on the market. This
B ii lino farm. You should look into
lui property. Price only *15,000
which ls low
A. Farm of about 100 acres 10 milo*
from Lexington, Va., 10 mlle* from
Buena Vista, 1 mile from National
Highway. 3 miles to B. & O. Station,
*J miles lo N. A NV. Station. Close t<?
L'burcbes, schools and stores. ttO to 70
Bama bl oultivatlou aud soil. Ulco lo
work, crops well,nice to uko machinery
.?ii. IJalanoe of lain! is In timber. jNew
t>auk barn paluted and rodded. Barn
.bout 4u x 00. flue foundation, plenty
room for stock aud giaiu. & ow giauery
? it li two wagon sheds ue-ir the barn.
\\ ater in bain-yaid.cistern aud spring.
Pw n ft reams of clear water runuing
through the pince. Apple Hf phalli ol
4 orO acres, never fails to bear, plenty
small flint, - line vegetable guidon*.
Now S? room bouse va:tli tallar, wash
boase and snobs house combined,
granary aud wagon shed Beat resiilenoe,
tool shed, wood house, spring house
inn! double chicken boose, Hood roath
amt a nice ceighborhood. An unusual
l\ desirable, flinn and nice homo. Ap?
ply t pi ice.
(>."*.7 AcreH 14 miles from Lexington,
Vu., lu miles from Bucliniiun, ?"> III I lot
t.. st nt ions on N .1: NV aud C. * O. K. K.
i cry e!oaM to churches aud BSaaOClS.
Feut-eil with wire and mil,well wblcied
bv soiOgs,miming valeria ermty Held,
About .ooo apple tresa also aaotbei
younger orchard, poms efevaarrtes.plaici
uud grapes. Nice roomy rosldaanoe OB
"Ii-vation l iving tine viewof BUI round
mg country.All Beaded OUt-bulldttagS, '?
toodt'iiaut nouses. Fll.e ;' lace fol
?little and sin on. t?n a good road ami
in a good section, i onie and look ai
lUts i.i'm. ViOO acres lu oultivation, '.Hy.
?eras grasissr, IS. sores wood laad. \V?
can - ll lt for i'lo.per ac io.
70 Acreta 10 miles fruin L< xiugton
Wa., ,li).-e to taro railroads, l>"> hoi es ii
eolllvatlon, b seres la timber, ."> moa
House, barn -0x:J4, other out buildings
,.\,i Intiapple tu-i-p, otboc -muli Iran
well watered by sj ung and branches
liuod land tami a ince homo. Tin:
puce includes 'J7 acres of grow lng gndi
if M>iti ut once if uti laad enough,ad
|oluit.-g land can be putehaaed. ruo
?>M0il
BO -Vere Fin tu IA miles from Bueiu
Visiii. ?? 111 les fri u? Le.mgtou, Va. J1
sotsn otararod suv 1.. ci.ltivaitioiJ,batauci
,n wini.. Mai Li.o qnaut, ?'ii pises leal
'1 ii. 1 cent, li uiiri orotund Viki penal
iioes ono live year ol<1, loo oue you
old. l-iui*. ot oilier kimls for fuujll
'Mic of Hui lino-1 springe lu Hi
county, well foiiceil va llb wno. JNeW
mimi liuiise, goatd BlBMs aad giuuery
atood ci in. Barrara! otitoBee homey, on
it room, hue artungeiueiit foi lowli
l-'riuio- 1 en foi bog-, 40 to .r>0 bushel
Con, 12 to 16 bushels wheat, 1 to 1 1
toiib bay per acre. Lies Well, cro|
well, easily lurmed, close to two goc
ntsrketaa, school and church within St
ynrils. Ow nor wants more lund. Tera
cash. Brice *i>O00.
881 acres more or less,'; bO or i
seres cleared, us est in cultivation,
mile: troui l.'-xiugtoii. Va. Good ros
good neighborhood, at. F. ll. ma
Lurg.- lot ol good timber i>f nil kind
oak. oin .-tout, poplar, locust, IOU eon
bark, ou aero- of clavstnut timber, el
gaul laug'- foi bogs. All kinds of m.
ou tbs place, "io lo IOU acres ol tl
lund on the mountain unusBBUj ti.
lor ti ult and glazing ll .clear*
Fairly weil fenner!. Weil watered 1
the liin'sl of spring wuier. Soil ls j. ru\
sad slate with clay bottom, tl roo
log house seiileil and wealh, 1 bonidc
laige poicli, good cellai, 19x18, go
liam, good .-table, willi lu.\2ts foot tba
All llii-lieil OUt bOladlaaHQ. (JlosC
-tole, school and ciiuicb. Adjoins t
ands of A. C. ?> ead. Calvin licodt
and Jacob Cummings. This propel
is wen aa01 th looking at. i'rice ouji
pilcal ion.
till Acre** ll miles from Lesli
mn. ibu acres in grass and cultivatlt
i\ eil watered, good bili laings, plci
.mit, Hue grazing. Can be divided ii
i,wo lanna,
2SO Acres (J miles fiom beling!'
fated buildings, plenty halt, 40 ac
?.iver bottom, h0 acies iu limber, w
.inti lcd and crops well
150 Acres adjoining corporate ll
ile ol Mesas Vista, 50 acres la glass 1
?ultiviitioii, 76 acies good timber, I
apple .raes, 8 to 10 fears oM, 70 pi
lites, j Uiius, peaches, damascus. G<
uu lid lugs and good road.
45 Acres 2J miles from Lcxiugt
well wateied, 0 acres In orchard, ide
wood, some good 1'inln-r, buibliugr
fair conditiou, nice lor dairy aud chi
ens.
U50 AcreM, lSJO cleared. 5 m
from Lexington. Web watered, av
kept place, good leiicee, new buddie
plenty fruit. A tine home, gu good rc
aud must lie seen to be appreciated.
15M> Acres 8} miles from Lexingl
|M acres cleaied, IS acres good timi
plenty wood, well watered, 200 ap
aud 200 peach trees. Good buililiu
About lOO Acrett tl miles fi
Lexington, lino state of cultivut
well watered, well teuceil, good bu
nigs, plenty fruit, a tine horne.
74 Acreu?10 miles from Lexi
ion, Va., ou a good road, 2 tulles f
Depot. Fair Buildings?Good %.?reb
of feofl bearing tiees. Wood fencet
nice borne. J47.">0.
New h 1 on in residence, nice po
good cellar, all needed out bulldii
cistern water, some fruit. Very c
to eorpomte limits of Lexington,
Lot 7">x'J'^0 feet, or will sell
mu iiuit of laud wanted up t
aaren, A handsome pi 11 lit can be il
ben- .- oiling ntl bulb.mg lots. Wi
looking into. Call and we will si
you.
New ll-Koo iii Iliuisie, two
pm ches, large reception hall, lights
st<*am heat.
A binni Mill for sale in K<
bridge Cciuity. Capacity 20 bbls.
day. Good sa-ctloii of the county,
the price, tliis is worth looking at.
For Information, terms, etc., add
Kock 'indue Heal ty Corporatl
Lexington, Va.
FIRST NATSONAL BANK OF LEXINGTON
LEXINGTON, YA,
OFFICERS
DIRECTORS
B B VAUGHAN, '-lesident
REID WHITE, Vice Freniilent
ll ? . Wil-B. < ashier
LEO U KUBKIDAN. Bookkeeper
REID WHIT
ti E. \ AIR. HAN
J A lt O WATTS
il V. V. 1MB
lt Estes VA lull AN
Regular Semi-Annual Statement at Close of Business
December 30. J9J I
REBOUKCEd
Ia -ms and Dtsrottats.sMoT.OTi :<?">
Bond.;. Securities, ale.
U.S *% Bonds.
Ban ki ul' Pons**. Fut, Beak and Post oiric**
Furniture and Fixtures.
Premium ou I >. Dowls.
Treasurer of U *- (R?K Kedeai|>tioa Fund)
( ash on Hand ... .
Due i lom Banka.
I,*90 i o
5u,MM i oo $488,801 88
:*ti4li 18
l <.?I7 87
*j. < ii co
*7,66o :r,
7:; 14:: 36
nu io:i.S*2
ftSOO :?;?, Sf*
LIABILITIES
Capital Stork.tftOOTO-tO
7."> o< 00
4 568 !?<S
8,000 00 8132,51 8 P6
00,000.00
Surplus Fund.
Cndieided Profits (net) .
Semi-Annual Dividend (fi%) Jan 2 1918
Circclatini' Notes.
1) :i*.?sit.-,
Individnala. t'YM 191 <?7
Due to Hanks. 1*0.544 30 417.663 37
0600 S34.3S
^3
THE LASTING IMPRINT
OF QUALITY.
8
As Jeweler's.vve must
tell you iKe.t it i:>
QUALITY
S^rfither tHan price
which should be considered ia buyicg a witch.
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 street lexington, virginia
FOR THE FALL SEASON
? We lmve a laiK*1 line of Blankets, Comforts, White Spreads,
Sweaters, cloves, underwear, Matting ."uni Hatting Squares, Oil
Cloth, Linoleum, 1 eather end Gam Shoes.
? In oar GROCEBT DEPARTMENT we hare the goods the pac
pie i all for nuil at ri^'lit prices. 1 f you do uot get our pi ices \ on are
the loser.
?[ Look over our line of DISH WAKE if you need anything for
the Table, Kitchen or Bed lioom.
MtW We have a full store.Many things you will want. Only cone and see.
W. Hatty Agnof,
South Main
Street
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rom
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Ttue To Promise
I have re.roved my shop fro m A. W. MANS
PILE'S old stand, next to Hitching Yard, to
JNO. W. BROWN Sc "SON'S Shop
(J. M. fc-eneeney's old stand)
4*aoF" All kinds of Carriage and Wagon Work. Trimming,
UphoLstering neatly done. General repairing and locksmith
work. Prices reasonable. Call aud give me a trial.
G. L. HAYSLETT
HEN KY STREET
LEXINGTON. VA.
Mad you thought of it?
rob,
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lose
Va.
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THE POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM
of the United States Government is a unod thing; Hero is s helter: You
deposit your money at the Post Office, and then the Post Oflico
deposits your money in
The Peoples National Bank
THE UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUND
The United States Government pays you
2 PER CENT
interest on your deposit. Why not bring that savings deposit directly to
THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK and receive
3 PER CENT ?
Baby Has Nerves Like Grown Folks?
Respect them
risdens
Raby ran nut tell you what ia the trouble. Soothe the
nfaat with
I>K. UAIII<IVBY*fi. TICKTIIIVII ?J?YK?ia
and l-e will strep well, eat well and act well. Thia famous remedy ia
molli" r's bes! friend. It prevents Cholera Infantum, cures bowel com?
plain'a and Colic, make* Teething; easy and aafc. Can be given lo tubae*
one "lay old. as cents at druggist*. Trial bottle free it you mentioa
""litd* aval/ by ORS. ?. f AHRNKY * SON, mUmmmnw*. M%

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