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OTHO C. JACKSON,
Office: Rooms fiMiaeriy ssenptsd >>:
Hen. WilliHin A. Andes SOO, rear Court
liou-e up otaii s.
LKXIM'ToN - - - VlHOIM
GREKXLEK I). LETCH KR,
Attoknky at Law,
J. 1'KIM.iN MouSI. KklANK Mt.ol
Lats Clerk Co. Court Notary Punt
fT)OORE * Mi)OUE.
? ?*?? AttokSkys at Law,
Puona No. li
l-iANS T. I,LAS....A' .'ICM A. WHI
Ql.ASCOW A Willi K
..in Laslaeton Va,
SOREST H. IUKK WALLACE Ri:
RUFF & RUFF
Attorneys at Lav,
Notary Public. Phone '-'titi
orrics: lu ivar nf Courthouse.
Nov. I IS 1 yi.
L A \V Y B K.
\ LEXINGTON, Va.
I Clittoji Fobob,
July- SO 10 ti.
R. R.WITT & QA
O KN Eli A L
Represent Old Line Companii
I Specially Represent
The Review of Reviews $.
The Woman's home Companion $
The American Magazine $
Ihe Christian herald $
and Mill Mini v??ii ul!. ..I ei.. li lo .. eparal
dress itu one yeal foi fi.to Vou will not
imi>int-.i pi i. ?? iv c .I- th. i.-ion i ave you
If you wish any of inc above magazine* wit
yt her nm kl/, mc I < ..n s..\ u \ <.u stoney.
address MN DUNN
sui.ltm Law Department,
Washington and Lee Univeisity
Vai*tici,1 Pole & C
Furnitor and Und rtafa
Main Street, Lexington, Vu
The time has come you will
to get the good of your oorcli.
We have the furniture ncedfi
SET IKES, SWINGS,
VUDAR SHAHES, ETC.
Also for the Hall. Parlor. I)
Room. Hud Room and Kitchen
which will prove satisfactor
quality and price.
We can save you money if ye
goiug to buy a sewing inachini
*'?*?"'Registered Embalmer in c
of our Undertaking Depar
whicti is conducted in a in
that will weet with approval.
ALL KIN DS OF OUTS
"? whitewashing and woods;
with gasoline eugine. A
card will bring ine to your
Sam I. Hamilton, 17 Dai
street, lexington. Aug,
The G azette Qnly $J
in aveeordanee wltb tho law preeetil
\uti the Dunner in which Taaea bb
Uonuty Levaeeshall be collected, tb
Treaenritr. orono of hi? Depntiee, arl
tor tin* purpoae, bent?
A W. Morrison's Store, Collier
tOWB, 'I'uesiliiV, Url. '-".I.
J. W. Morrison \ Oo'a Store, Oe
Dale. WeduaoalBy, uet SO.
H. I... Murri cou * t.Vs Store, Mn
mien, Thunder, Oet SI,
P. I. Huffman'* stun-, Alphin.Frida
ii M. Aadereon'a Store, laVoekbrtd
Batha, Toeeday, Oct 29.
tillellan "^ 0o'? Store, Ker
Creek, V/edBesday, <>,t SQ.
|[. I). Uugbos' Store. Denium
Thursday, Oct. SI.
J. T. Iloogomery'i Store, Rapbli
Tu.-.lay. Oct . SV.
J, K. and E. W. Boawortb'a st<>
llroaruaburg, Wediieaday, Oet SO,
W. Oavidner I-t -?-1 - Store, at Zai
eu Walker'* ( reek, Tburaday, Oet I
Ue< Untie*. Snyder's store, Qoebi
Friday Evening aud Sat imlay No\
>'. Lt. ft s. 1). Hangaa' Store, Ve
vina, tVeilueaday, Oct 30.
LC, Lt Flippo'aStore,Fairfield,Tin
dey, Oct, 31,
Joelen Wilmer- Store, Cornwi
.. . Nov. 1.
Paxton a- Lackey's store. ? >ak Ha
Tu. mlay. Oct. SB. '
Jolui W. Burgura. ("'>'-- Store, >
ural Bridge, Wedrjeaday, Oct. SO.
Baldwin, Echola & Ooa store, ii
go?, Thara Lay, Oct SI.
Treaenrer'as Oflice till cveni
ol Nov. :*t>. HM'.'.
TheTreeaurer'a Office will be l
open continuous)!" from '?> a.m.
p u... when lt will bo Cloead for I lo?
in ordei ti give time to eloee up
"Any peraon falling to pay any fi
r tu thu Treasurer by
HIM Ol" DECEMBER shall inc
roon ol 5 per eentom, w
|< | to ILm amount of t
iviea doe fro u aaeh talpa
which, when collected bj the Tren
er or Iii- Deputise, abell be aecoa
foi in bia Sett lenient*'? [A pure, o
lstti Sec. of the Act referred to.)
Persons owning land not in t
oa'u natue will cail for such tic
when settling their own. other
they will have the 5 per cent, to
is it is impossible for tbe treas
to keep posted on all land sale
'lax payers aro respectfully
earnestly requested not to post
inquiry lor amount of tax till
days of November and then \
tor statement. There is little
fjr answering letters during
clasing days of November.
S. li. MOORE, Treasu
Oct.lG tf of Rockbridge Co
and cool mornings require sc
heat. Why not get one of ou
They can be used anywhere
the house and are comfortal
$3.50 $4.50 $5.C
1*4** Wick-stop prevents sm
R. S. inderson Comp;
TURKEY LEADS WORLD
ls Most Highly Prized as Table
? t lit?
By JOHN L. COWAN.
F the nsw world's
the food re
source* of clvU'.i
ed man, potatoes
rank first tn Im?
corn second; but,
aa a tabl* deli?
cacy the turkey la
moat highly priz?
ed It ha* been
the world, and
everywhere lt ha*
been welcomed a*
an Important ad?
dition to the short Hat of domesticat?
The turkey waa Introduced Into
Spain In 1520, and Into England In
1524. and aoon wa* reared aa a barn?
yard fowl In both countrtea. Not for
nearly half a century waa lt taken to
France. So far aa can be learned,
the first turkey ever *een In that
country wa* shipped In 1570 from Bos?
ton, then a little settlement tn the al?
most unknown American wilderness.
for the delectation of the guests at
the wedding feast of King Charles IX
and Kllzabeth of Auatrla.
Civilized mau prlrea the turkey
solely a* a table delicacy: but strange
ly enough, the American Indiana es?
teemed lt more for the sake of He
feathers than for Its flesh. "When the
bow and arrow constituted the most
Important weapon of war and of the
chase, feathers were of the greatest
utility to the tribespeople. being at
tachod to the shafts of their arrows
to give them buoyancy, and to caus?
them to carry straight. For this pur
pose, most of the tribes employed tin
feather* of eagles, some those of tur
keys, and some those of both bird?
The Cheyennes. whose huntlnj
grounds comprised most of tho pref
ent state of TVyomlng. are said t
"have used turkey feathers exclusive!
for their arrows, and were known t
the neighboring tribes by a name tha
signified "striped arrows." In rofe:
enc*1 to this preference. The Apache:
also, used turkey feathers for arro'
making, as did the Navajos. Slou
Arapahoes and many other tribes, a
though no others employed them 6
exclusively as did the Cheyennes an
Beyond doubt the most striking ar
attractive headdress ever worn 1
any aboriginal people was the wi
bonnet of the western Indians. It wi
1 of the tall feathers of tu
ki vi eagles (depending upon tl
practice of the tribe). It was fas
loned to encircle the crown of tl
wearer's head and extend down h
back to the ground. The war bonn
was worn only by chiefs, and eve
feather was supposed to represent
separate deed of valor.
In the ceremonial dances, stran
and grotesque masks are worn by t
participants, some of whom persona
the imture gods, while others fake t
role of the clan ancients Many
these masks are elaborately deoorat
with feathers of turkeys, eagles, ow
hawks ami other birds. In the de
ration of the sitars erected on ce
monia! occasions for the worship
the nature-gods, feathers are cons*
uous. Hut perhaps the most comn
use of feathers ls in the making
prayer sticks, which are planted
springs, by the banka of runn
streams, near the shrines of the gc
In Oe fields where cropa are growl
or vi "re seed has been planted, t
1n nooks and crannies among
rocks. The prayer sticks are made
the priests and given to the peo
Analogous to the use of feather!
the making of prayer sticks .md a
decorations, ls their employment
the making of fetishes, used by
various secret orders, or fraternli
These fetishes, of course, poa
magical virtues, understood only
the Initiated. Among the Zuni '
fraternity known as the "Hlowek'
or sword swallowers. The "sword
a lons*;, wooden Implement, whicl
the course of the ceremonial dane
the order ls thrust far down Into
throat of the performer and
withdrawn. To the upper end of
"sword" ls attached a large bunc
the tall feathers of the turkey,
which, of course, the ceremony i
much of its supposed magical poi
This dance of the sword awallo
ls Important for the reason that
supposed to bring the snows of
ter, v hlch melt and sink Into
ground, thus preparing tho sol
the reception of the seeds at pla
time In the spring.
Feathers of many birds, and pa
larly of the turkey, are need li
sports and games of the Indians
game of "PokHannl," a favorite a
the Zuni, ls played with shuttle
made of corn husks and turkey -
ers Fetishes are made by tho p
for foot racers, consisting main
feathers from the legs of tui
which are supposed to give fief,
of foot to the runners.
Teaching ls Plain.
Thanksgiving day ls no mere
ordinance?it is a religious fe
It should be so regarded, ('er
Ub teaching is plain enough. Al
we have of good - liberty, po
equality, self-government, rel
freedom, national and individual
pcrlty?ls held in trust. We
show our thankfulness for these
blessings only by using them I
glory of God and the fcood of a
Valuable Farms For Sale
1HO Acres of rino laud 8 mile-* from
I ..'ju net on. Va., on a goad road. Good
fences. \\ ell watered, lt acres lu or
charil, 15 acres Hue timber. I<atge
brick House, -,' uew bm uh aud all need.-,!
out buildings. Closet to churub, nt ore,
school an 1 mill. It ld not often that
snob property ls on the market. This
i* i tine farm. You should look Into
thia property. Pliea only $15,000
wldeh 18 low
A Kurili of about 100 acres 10 miles
from Lexington, Va., 10 miles from
Kueua Vista, 1 mile from National
Highway. 3 miles to B. & O. Station.
II milos to N. * W. Station. Clone to
churches, schools ami stores. 00 to TO
ncres in cultivation and soil. Nico to
work, crops well.ulce to use machinery
1 ou. Balance of land is tn timber. New
bank baru painted and rodded. Paru
? bout 4o x 00, tine foundation, plenty
room for stouk aud grain. i>ew xtauery
with two warton shed.- ueir tbe baru.
Water in ba: 11-yaid,cistern and spriug.
Two streams of clear water ruiniing
through tlte place. Apple orchard of
i 4 or 5 acres, never falls to bear, plenty
; small fruit. - Hue vegetable garden*.
New I room botMB with Cellar, wash
boase and mooki- house eosablBed,
granary and wagon shed 1 cai lewidence,
I tool shed, wood house, spring house
and double elm ken I ouse. Hood roads
Bad a nice neighborhood. Au umuuul
l\ desirable farm and nice borne. Ap
ply tor price.
t>:?7 Acres 14 miles from Lexington,
Va., lo miles from Kiichauau. ."> miles
te stations on > A W aud li. A U. K. lt
. cry close to churches and schools.
Fenced with wire aud mil,well wateied
by sm inns,miming water in eveiy Held.
About 2000 apple treee Bise another
youuger orchard, pears, cherries,pinn. -
mid grape*. Nice roomy reSldeBQa cn
elevation plvlng Huts viewof Minimini
mg country. All needed out-buinilugs, 2
oodfuaiit nouses. Fue ; luce for
utile aud sheen. I )ti a (,'uod road aud
n a good sec.ion. Come and look at
ups Inini. 200 acres lu cultivation, MOO
uerea gruBtntr, la**) asm wood lu.no. VVe
BBB -. ll it for $:>.\per acre.
7O Acres 10 miles front I., xiugton,
v a., close to t *o railroads, l'> > ac ie* 111
culliviition, .1 acres ia timber, 5 loom
house, barn -Jtl?:i4, otber out buildings,
oval luO apple tiees, olliei small Irult,
Aril watt-led by spllug Hlul branches.
blood land and a utce lioine. Tb iii
(ince mcludis. ;!, BcraM ol plotting main
if sold ut onee If ii, 1 hind enough,ml
j otniuaj lund can be pmchasid. I lice
t>ll Acre Fin ui 41 miles dom Bueuu
Vista, ti miles from Lexington, Va. 71
itcie- cleared um. in cultivation, halauct
lu woou. Muib.e quarry 011 place test!
.??> n? 1 cent. i > nos, 01 v Iiuul i00 lead
Uajea -UUU ttvaj jeal' old, loo one yea
old. I- 1'lli ol olhel kinda for fuiulp
,ise. I ?I1M of 'lie line t springs III Ile
,'oiiui>, well fem cd willi wire. New
tooui liouse, good stable ni.d giauerv
laOOd Cl lb, scVellll chicken house*, OU'
y .> room, tine arrangement lo. lowlt
Frame pen lol hogs, 40 to ;">0 bushel
coin, 12 to lo bushels wheat, 1 to 1 1
tous buy per acre. Liua well, croi
well, eiisily luuucd, close to two goo
aeackets, school and oharas anthill M
yalda. Omasr wanta more laud. Term
cash. Price *tiO00.
it n aaa
3!11 acres moro or less,' SO or !
acres cleared, most in cultivation,
miles Iron Lexington, Va. Good ma
good neighborhood, lt. F. 1>. mu
targe lot of good timber al all knul
oak, chestnut, poplur, locutt, 100 cor
ours. 00 acre- uf diet timi Hu. bel, el
gaul range for hogs. All kinds of In
ou the place, 75 to 100 acies ot ll
land ou the mountain uuusaally ll
lor ii Ult and giu/.ing il .clear*
Fairly well fenced. Well Watered
UM finest ot spring water. Soil lu gra'
and slate with clay bolt om. 0 lui
tog house Healed and weatherboard*
large potash, good cellar, Pix I h. go
naru, good stable, willi 10x2b foot tin
All needed out buildings. Close
?tote, school and Church. Adjoin* <
?ands of A. C. ftead, (.'alvin Ucodl
and Jacob Cummings. This prope
is well Moith looking at. iiice on j
Oil Acres D ujlles from I.exil
ton. 500 acres in grass uud cultlvali
Well watered, good buildings, pie
ruit, Hue glazing, ('un bo divided i
U50 Acree* C mile* fi om Loxing!
good buildings, pleuty fiuit, 40 M
river bottom, hO aci so iu tiuibcr, %
watered and clops well
150 Acred adjoining corporate ]
ils ot Uueua Vista, 50 acres in gittus
cultivation, 75 acies unod timber,
apple trees, 5 to 10 years old, 70 1
trees, plutus, pea. lies, ilauisi n?. li
uni hiing* aud good road.
45 Acre* 2J miles from Loxing
well watered, ti acres In orchard, pb
wood, some good tiiuber, building
fair condition, nice tor dairy and oh
250 Acich, 190 cleared, b 11
from Lexington. Well watered, a
kept place, good teur.es, new buildi
pleuty fruit. A tine home, on good r
and must be seeu to be appreciated
liiO Acres SJ miles from Lexiut
150 acres cleared, 18 acres good hu
plenty wood, well watered, 200 a
and 200 peucli treen. Oood bulldl
About IOO Acret* 0 miles
Lexiugtou, line state of cultlva
well watered, well limned, good b
ings, pleuty truit, a tlue home.
74 Acree?10 miles from Lo.
ton, Va., 011 a good road, 2 miles
Depot. Fair Hulldlugs?Good ore
of ?50 bearing tites, (rood lenci
uice howe. $4750.
New H ilium residence, nice p
good cellar, all ueeded out build
cistern water, some fruit. Very
to corporate limits of Lexington
Lot 75x220 feet, or will sell
um emt of laud wanted up
acres. A handsome profit eau be
here sailing off bulbing lota. V
looking into. Call aud we will
New (J-Koona House* two
porches, large reception hall, Ugh
A Good Mill for sale in I
bridge Ccnnty. Capacity 20 bbl
day. Good section of the county
the price, this is worth looking Ht
For Inf01 ination. terras, etc., a
Kockbridge Keeltv Corpora
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEXINGTOK
B. E. VAUGHAN, President
UEIl) WHITE, Vie* President
H.C. WISH, Cashier
LBO <J SHERIDAN, Bookkeeper
(J. E. VAIKJHAN
JAB O. WATTS
H. C. WISE
li ESTES VAK.}HAN
Regular Semi Annual Statement at Close of Business
December 30. J9U
Lt au* and Discounts.?407,07l 86
Bonds. Securities, etc. 1,180.00
L'S. 2% Bonds. 50,000.00 1488,801 86
Bankitm House, Lot, Bank anil Post oiric**
Furniture sjBjd Pixtnrea. 96411.18
Premium on I". S. Bonds. 1,911 117
Treasurer of U. S (ftajf Redemption Fund) 2,600 CO
(ash on H ami ... . 17,660 -41')
Due from Banks. 73 448 96 KM 108.83
Undivided Profits (net) .
Semi-Annual Dividend (6$) Jan. '2. 1918 .
11 KP. is IT:.
Dm* to Hanks. 20,644 811 417.665 37
#50 oro < (?
7o o*' oo
4 668 86
8,000 00 6133,6<*8.96
5 Jewelers.we must
" yon. tKat it is
rather* tHari 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
FOR THE FALL 5EAS0N
? We have a hu-, p 'itu < f Blankets, Comforts, White Spreads,
Sweaters, Gloves, Underwear, Hatting sad Hutting Sqnarte, Oil
Cloth, Linolenm, Leather tend Gnm Shoes.
? In our GROCERY DEPARTMENT ire have tlie good* the |po
jil.' call for unil at right prices. 11" von do uot get our puces voa are
?*. Look over our lim* of DISH WARE if yon need anything for
tlie Table, Kitchen or Bed Room.
e* We have a full store.Many things you will want. Duly co i.e and see.
W. Hatty Agaor.
tuc To Promise
I have rerroved my shop from A. W. .WANS
PILE'S old stand, next to Hitching Yard, to
JNO. W. BROWN & SON'S Shop
(J. M. e'enteney'i old stand)
f*a>" All kinds of Carriage and Wa^ou Work. Trimming,
Upholsteriun neatly done. General repairing and locksmith
work. Prices reasonable. Call ami give me atrial.
G. L. HAYSLETT
Il KN RY STRKET
Had you thought of it?
THE POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM
of the United States Government is a (rood thing; Here is a hotter: You
deposit your rooney at the Post Office, and then the Past Office
deposits your money in
The Peoples National Bank
THE UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUND
The United States (Jovernment pays you
2 PER CENT
interest on your deposit. Why not brine that savings deposit, directly to
THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK and receive
3 PER CENT?
Baby Has Nerves Like Grown Folks -
Respect them. Raby can not tell you what is thc trouble. Sooth lae
restless infant with
I?H. KAHHNBY'0 TBBTHINQ aYRUP
and le will sieej> well, eat well and act well. This famous remedy is
motin r's beit friend. Il prevents Cholera Infantum, cures bowel com?
plain' s and Colic, make* Teething easy an.I safe. Can be given lo bal.ira
one .lay old. 25 cents at druggists.. Trial '-ollie free it you mention
Mada Mir tty UK's, A. PAHRNEY * SON, lUnautiras, M*a