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The Evidence is Supplied by Local
If the reader wants stronger proof
than che following statement and expe?
rience of a resident of Lei lug ton, what
can it beT
D. S. Layne, Jackson Ave., Leiing
tou. Va., says: "I had kidney trouble
and had a gravel stone as large as a
mai ble removed. Perhaps the opera?
tion weakened my kidneys, but anyhow
I got along alright until two years ago.
Then I had rheumatic psi us across my
back and frequently changed to a dall,
aueasy ache. I triad plasters but tbe
trouble became worse. One day a
friend said he would willingly pay for
a box of Donn's Kidney Pills if 1 di 1
not get benefit from their u?e. I ob
tallied a box at B. H. Uoired's Dru/
Store aud sure enounb, they cured me.
Today I have no trouble al all."
The above are Mr. Lu>ne's words
when he was iuterv!e.va>d during No?
vember, 1907. One of our represent t
tivos called upon him agntu on lat hi of
March, HU'J, aud he said: "The state?
ment 1 gave several years ago won true
in every particular. I am glad to con?
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"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and lung trouble,
but my lifo was saved andi gained
87 pounds through using
W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex.
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What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache,
ntrengthen your kidneys, cor?
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up the worn out tissues, anti
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre?
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bates, and restore health and
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ONLY $1.00 A YEAR
Product Helps to Lower Living Cost
by Taking Place of Meat.
In these times of high prices lt be?
hooves us to manage in every way to
reduce the cost of living, and yet be
well supplied with plenty of whole?
some and nutritious food. Now, cheese
will In a measure supply the pince of
ment. and If made In the home on tbe
farm will cost lint little in comparison
with meat. Any one haviug sutllelent
cows to obtain five or six gallons of
milk lu the morning, or part evening's
milk ian he used providing lt ls per
fierily sweet, can make delirious cheese,
and if a part of evenings milk is used
lt may as well be skimmed, as thnt
iron ni ls likely to he lust. The uten?
sils needed can be found In any farm
Take six gallons of milk, heat to 85
decrees in a clean wash boiler, remove
from the stove and add one-half of a
rennet tablet, previously dissolved In
half a cupful of warm wnter. Also add
a little cheese coloring. A very little
| will answer, for one does not want
j rbress? too highly eolorod. Stir well
| sud cover first wUh n tablecloth and
i nvor Mint several thicknesses of com
j forter or carpet. I .et stand forty or fif?
ty minutes, or until lt becomes like
Photosraph by University of Wisconsin
agricultural experiment station.
CHF.l SKVAXEIi AT WOKE.
thick clabbered milk. Then cut clear
to the bottom Into small squares. Cov?
er and let stand ? while longer. Then
dip off what whey you cnn. With a
skimmer chop and stir the curd from
the bottom up until it ls all line. Place
a clean half bulbil banket over ? tub.
spread a cheesecloth in it. dip in the
curd, let whey drain off. salt to taste
and work gently with the hand until
lt is now rendy to put into the press.
ITse a small woollen backet, with the
bottom out. for n hoop. S?>t this on n
Clean board, place a clean, wet cheese?
cloth In the hoop, put In yorr mixed
curd and fold cloth over smoothly as
possihle, put on il round board or a
tin lid that will tit in the hoop and
place your weights on. not too heavy
at first. Add more after a time.
Press as dry us possible. Leave lu
press until evening. Take out. trim
oft* all uiiereu edges. Put back Into
the press on a clean, wet cheesecloth
other side up and put all th" weights
on. Len ve until next morning. Take
ont and bandage or not. as preferred.
Pince in a Warm, airy room lo ripes.
Keep well covered with a drj cheese
rloth to prevent Hies from getting nt
lt. Turn it anil rub with a little fresh
butter every dav. it win be read* tar
use in four weeks, but will ki better
If left Until six weeks old. American
* FOOD FOR THOUGHT.
In feeding crops do you con?
sider tin- Influence of ?mi In I
const ii iu-nts on plants having
differing range or root action.
differing periods and durations
of growth and differing final
products to build up? Food for
tbouvlil here anil the right kind
of thought. folUiwod hy the right
kind of lort il i/.a tion. may save
a?you money in fertilizer bills.?
Training Farm For Boys.
South Australia is to have a training
farm for boys who wish to go on the
farm. Boys from fourteen to sixteen
rears of age will ne eligible, and they
may stay two years or till they nra
seventeen years cf age. They will re
reive an elementary training lo all
branches of farm work, and a small al?
lowance In addition to board and lodg
R. S. BRUCK. President. TELEPHONE 75 T. S. BUSWELL Treasure
WM. R. KENNEDY. Vice-Presideut E. S. SHIELDS, Secretary.
Rockbridge Realty Corporation
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, MAIN ST.
LEXINGTON - VIRGINIA
Desirable Farms and Town Property for sale. Located in Lexington,
Va. Rockbridge and other Counties.
HISTORIC LEXINGTON: A center of education and culture, seat of Washington and Iree
University and the Virginia Military institute. The one enjoys the unique distinction of having
been endowed by George Washington and administered by Robert E. Lee; the other, often called
tbe "West Point of the South,' is rich in the memories of "Stonewall" Jackson. Excellent High
School, four strong Hanks, Bee white and two colored Churcnes, two Railroads, a population of
4,000, including nearly 1,000 young men at tbe two institutions. Nearly 1,800 feet above sea-level,
healthful and invigorating climate, average summer temperature Til decrees, low cost nf living, on
tbe National Highway from New York to Atlanta.:
KOCKUK1DGE COUNTY: Situated in a picturesque valley between the Alleghany and
Hine Hid ge Mountains, being a portion of the famed Shenandoah Yallet of Virginia, and about one
hundred and lifty miles from Washington City. Good farming lands, stuck raising, blue grass,
tine frjit, excellent springs. Thrift** people, nourishing schools, numerous churches, good roads,
equable climate, attractive sun. ncr resorts, including Natural Hridge, Rockbridge Alum Springs.
Goshen Pass. Rockbridge Hat!.-, and Wilson's Springs.
All properties listed with us are widely advertised without cost to owner, whether we
make sale or not.
We are in touch with leading Real Estate firms in all parts of the State, and
if we haven't what you desi. e. write to us and we will supply your wants.
Deeds written free of charge for all propirty sold by us.
Farms $850 to $20,000
Residences $500 to $ 10,000
Lots $110 to $1,600
Business Properties.Stocks of Merchandise, Tim?
ber Tracts, Flouring Hills, Bearing Orchards
Paint and "Paint"
Paint itself conts t'2 10 per gallon
? but remember that Linseed Oil
costs only $1 00 per gul lon. and that
Taint" ready for uso consists of 4
parts Paint and 3 parts Oil. C'onse
quently it is plain that you should
buy Paint and Oil separately ?mix
ttiem yourself?and so save 4.~i conto
uer gallon. Therefore buy ta. .v If.
Paint (prepared in semi-paste form),
mix three quarts of Oil to each 1
tallon L. at M. and make 1| galis. of
Paint ready for use at 11.65 a gil .
Calton McCruin Drug; Co., lex?
ington, H. L.Gilkeson, Buena Vista.
The Oldest Order.
What ls the oldest order in ex?
istence? The claim is made for that nf
the holy sepulcher, lt appears that
no date or the name of a founder can
be assigned to the Order of tho Holy
Sepulcher, though there is a tegensjary
tradition that traces its origin to tho
time of Charlemagne. In the middle of
the last century, however, when the
Latin patriarchate of Jerusalem was
re-established, the office of grand mas?
ter of the order was transferred to lt
by Pope Pius IX, who niauy yenrs
later, ia 1808, created by statute three
ranks of the order?the grand cross.
commander nnd knight. The costume
ls a white clonk with the cross of
Jerusalem In red enamel. The pope
himself ls grand master of the or'H*
In For lt
"Always cat the skin of the fruit."
ordered the doctor. "The skin con?
tains essential* that yo.' need."
"Thnt may be. doc. hut I Know I'm
going to get my throat all scratched up
the first time I try to eat a pineapple
with it's skin on."?Washington Her?
A Guaranteed Core For Piles"
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Portrmling
Piles. Druggist are authorized to re
fund money If PASO OINTMENT
falls t <? oure in 6 to 14 days.
They Coma tn Flocks.
One way to gain lots of relatives is
to die rich nnd leave no will.?Balti?
Dr. Fahrney's Teething Syrup con?
forms to the Pure Pool and Drug Lav*
Bach bottle guaranteed. Sample free
A Choice of Fruit.
Nurse (enthusiastically! -lt's n little
peach, slr! Kat her?I'm glad lt's not fl
Bnbles don't mind cold or take cold
if kept well wirti Dr. Kahrney s Teeth?
ing 8*.,? a-M lt anywncre. Sample
article is more useful
aLout the stable than Mica
Axle Grease. 1-ut a little on
tl.e spindles before you "hook
air." -it will help the" horse, anti
tiring the load home quicker.
Ttrao vf ll?better than any
other grease. Coats the axle
? illi .-a har,!, smooth surface of
powdered juica which reduces
| friction. A?k the denier for
Mica Axle Grease.
ST/WOJWfl OU. COMPAint
Daapair Over the State of the Country
Dr. Forbes Uoks, a well known lan?
don physician, says that EuKlaud la
"drifting toward tho day when tho
average Englishman's fnc-o will ho
that of tbe typical criminal." He be
lievos. says a correspondent of tho
New York Sun. that "the better classes
of England cannot koop pace Watti the
fearful stress of taxation nnd other
burdons Imposed upon them and are
therefore being wiped out. lu other
words, modern legislation * ? ? ls
replacing tho better classes by a mix?
ture of sheep and wild beasts and
the Batten is hoing propagated bf
those retaining primordial qualities mid
the primitive instinct and the average
Englishman at this rate will soon have
a depraved gorilla countenance."
Despair over tho state of tho coun?
try ls almost a national cha motorist ie
of the English. They are never so
happy as when they aro ticing gloomy
about themselves. Any copy of any
English paper will show that the Eng
Mah people are going to ibo ilonmition
bowwows. The English addiction to
patent medicines ls another evidence
of this general teiidon<-\ to low spirits.
Other nations soo nothing In particu?
lar tbe matter with the English. They
ae*ru to outsiders to Ik* doini; fairly
well as nations :-.? Wliat they really
nea?d ls a course f Mental science and
practice In th heerfuj point of view
Beet Hoip as Da.ry Feed.
Dried boot palp is uicing netter satis
faction as a dairy fo<-<! ili.-ui (brwei*
expei-ted li la Siled at the factory.
twenty rounds of wet pulp down to
one. Bad when fed lu cows the pre
ferred way ls to wot it up twelve hours
In advance with throe times Its waight
Df water. This restores the succulence
MONEY A NATTY'S SYMBOL.
Its Appear.incj Reflects the Character
of Its People.
Tho form takeu h* m..ney in each
country is ? curiously accurate Indica?
tion of the > in,ra. tor and tastes) of the
Inhabitants the eof. writes .lames Dar
onpon IVhelpley lu the Centnry. The
state'i (english banknote of splendid
workniausblp and uncompromising se
rerity, the German n.>te with its rude
proportions and florid style of finish,
the American certificate of most con?
venient size. iciTcct workmanship,
crispness of design aud with the glim
of the metal it stand* fur: the slovenly
Italian paper money, dirty, carelessly
cut and to be carefully Ituqiei ted before
it is accepted as genuine, and then the
beads and shells ol the savage.
There is n.? better Illustration of this
rollo. : ive chara, let tli.-m the money of
Fran. c. Carefully adjusted in size to
flt tbe wallet iiiii! bj every careful
Kron, iiinan ami all Frenchmen are
careful of nu.ney linc of texture, artis
tic in dosicn and li:^lit anil ile ieate lu
coloring, it ' Kiwae!*! ie a- a liueueats beside
which the m..ney of oilier nation* look*
cold and brutal In Ile same way tho
French show Oneness ami subtlety in
their manner of living, their loves nnd
hatex. their erl mes. their polities, their
Bghtilig. ami even in their trade an.)
manufacturing They na xe no iva1
competitors in this
Brown-s<> v..u s|>eiii Sunday with
the PaUrsUlaSl, eh. (V.'.i far i-. tlleir hoilS"
from the stafl. n .- Tow ne About two
miles .is t!i:- mist flies! Judge.
The most manifest siirn of wisdom ls
a continual i lu 11 flllmaa TUiilllnljM
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
<*.-s. Orig!,,,,! an.I O.Ur w.-milnc
-ArK. ll.snr.laMs l.adls>. .sk u.usTVft
f.r cnU'HKSTKK'S EN (J USS
in i:Kit ?- i 1-..I.I aaaaaasss kaaa sssissl
?"'.M.'MlKin Talrnoolhrr. KrfWaa
Paajaamas MiaaaUtutlona aad laslta
ii.,??. Ku. af TM. '...?|..l. ?r arni lc. la
Massa* ror Parti.-ulara. Testlaaaalal*
? ni 'KrlU-r r..r I m.ll ,-?.".?> l.?t? M ra
tun. Mail. llt.Ono T?sllmoo>al. Sud Ur
lkl.kr.lfr rbr.losl C.
Mtaaaluas la. 1'laltat l-is.
?*** ai.a ls-*.it..,ca t>. b.?j
....;?? 'marian, froa-fi.
NeT/rT JV1I* to Jtcmtnrr, Qr
Jlair to its lOuiMul Cotua.
lYsvrnts hair tal Hajj.
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Lesson VIII.?Fourth Quarter,
For Nov. 24. 1912.
THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES.
Text of tbe Laiaon, Mark oe. 1-13.
Memory Versei. 9, 10?Go'den Text,
Luke ix, 35 (R. V.)?Commentary
Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearne.
This lesson, like the last, is recorded
by Matthew and Luke as well as by
Mark. It was the one occasion on
wlii. L The glory which was alway-? Id
Film was a'.lowed to shine through lu
this particular way. In the tabernacle
and In the temple the glory of God was
always la tbe holy of holies above the
niei'-y seat, between the ihamilla, but
tile retl con'cileil it -the veil Which
was rein in twain from the top to the
bottom in the Bleat a hen He died and
Which, we are told l Heb. x. 'Jo. repre?
sent e,l His flesh ur body. John says
that "the word was made flesh and
tabernacled among us. and we be J
Fl is glory."
As be Bahai no re ord of the tran
figuration, possibly lie refers to lt in
thia saving, an well as to FTIs whole
life on earth. Peter undoubtedly refers
to the transfiguration when he says.
"Wo made known unto you the power
and '..ming of our I/ord Jesus Christ
and were eyewitnesses Of His majes?
ty." for he mentions the holy mount
and the words from the Father (John
i. H; ii Pu*, i. 16-18).
In connection with the coming of
Christ in glory whlcb Be mentioned
In last week's lesson He said that some
of those who stn.kI tln-re would aot
taste "f dentil till they bad seen the
kingdom of (Sod come with power ar
the Bon of Mun coming In His king?
dom. Then after si* intervening days,
or. as Luke Mya, about eight days.
Ba took Peter and James and John
Into a high mountain, apart by them
selves, and sa Ho prayed Ho was trans
figured before them. It scorns to me
that tin' wonder was not that theglor.
now shone through the veil of HI
flesh, but that it was always there, yet
concealed. Bat it was. as to His whols
life, tbe time of Bli appearing as ene
to us. sin excepted (Heb li. 141.
His face did shine as the sun. and
His raiment was white and glistening.
shining, white as the light, white as
snow. When Moses came down from
the mount tho skin of his face shone
so that he bed to wear a rofl wk ?
talked with the people (Ex. xxxiv. 'J'.i
85). That must have been reflected
light. Be did not wear the veil who >
he went la to talk with tbe I.ord . id
possibly only after he bad done ts
with the people. Stephen's lace -
to have reflected something of thc sane
light (Acta vi. 16). How wonderful the
statements concerning us In Matt. xiii.
43; I John Iii. 2. Consider for a little
these two men from heaven who are
talking with Jesus and whom the three
favored disciples saw and seemed to
know, for F'eter mentions them by
It was over 1.400 years since Stones
died and was burled on Mount Nebo
iDeut. xxxin nnd perhaps MO years
since Elijah v\as taken from the -ide
of Elisha on the east ,.f Jordan by a
whirlwind and horses ami chariot of
fire di Ein^s ii., yet bete they are.
alive and well nnd recognised, as ao
doubt we shall know all in the glory
without introductions. They talked
witli Jesus about His decease, whick
He should accomplish at Jerusalem
l Euko ix. SI).
By virtue of thal a'"":ng death tri ?t
and all the rede -nicil from Abel ou
ward had enjoyed centuries of bliss, as
lt were, on a promissory note now
abott! to be paid. None ure in glory
nor ever car. be except by virtue of
that precious blood in due time shod on
Goleotha. it ls the blood that mnketk
atonement, and willi t shedding of
blood Unnv is BO remission of sins (I.- v
xvii, ll; Heb. Ix, 22>. The disciples were
heavy wltb sleep (Lake ix. 82), and no
it was also in Gethsemane. Are we
sot all In a measure asleep to the gre t
tilings of <*od? How often we talk ai
foolishly as Peter, who suggested tba:
three tabernacles, not knowing what to
That is B good word for us. "Awake,
thou that site pest, and arise from thc
dead, and Chits! shall give theo tight*'
(Kph ii. 14). As Peter spoke a cloud
orei aadowed them, and ? \.i (- came
out of the cloud, saying: "This is my
beloved Son. in whom I stn well
pleased. Hoar ye Him." And they saw
no man any more save Jesus only with
themselves frames 7,8: Matt, xxiii,S-th,
To Him give all the prophets witness.
and so it must be Jesus only. The Lord
alone shall be exalted. See now the
kingdom In miniature? the Lord Jesus
glorified .-un* with Ulm tho risen saints
represented hy Moses and tho trans
lated saints rept-esenlod bv Elijah. The
three disciples may represent all Israel
made righteous and the multitude at
the foot of the hill the people to be
blessed when the kingdom comes.
Hissed are all who s?>o the glory Sat
His kingdom, endeavor now to walk
worthy of lt and live to hasten lt. As
thee i ame down from the mount Ho
Charged them to toll no one of the
wonders they had BOOT till the Son of
Man should he risen from the dead, but
Just what thal saying mount not one
of them could tell norse 101. for tiley
lid not brtteeetbat He was to die They
romemborea', some of tho last words sf
Malachi concerning Elijah and spoke
.vf them, and .lc-'is Indorsed them and
said that they would surely be ful?
filled, but I hat there had been already a
fulfill meat In John that. Beat