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M2 DECEMBER 1912
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PROFESSION \L CARDS
ITK) C. J Al LSON,
ATl'.iiNKV A l-l,AM'
oflle." Room* formwrly oeeupM bj
Hen. William A. Ainb'1-.iii, re.ii Court
lion-'.' UO statis.
LBXISOTOII - - - VlROISI*
Dee. 81-10-tf.
GRBKNLEE I). LBTCHER,
Arrossci at Law,
LEXINGTON, va.
Nat i.rv Pablie
J. r*slS*Toa M....UI. Fkask .M.mke
Late (Sark Co. Court Notary Pablie
^oore .v moore.
? *?? Attorneys at Law,
1.ii.SOT.IN. Va
Phone No. ll
l- j ask r. i.i ? i A *Va in
QiaASGOW * wurr h.
Attorkkys-at-Law
?Oft I,exl ni: tun Vu.
KORBBT R. Kl ll WAIXACI lin
KL FI cS: RUFF
Attorneys at Uw
Lr.MSliroS. VA.
N".iiai\ Public. Phorn
iikkuk: In r.M. <ii Courthouse.
Nev. l ia 1 yr.
ROBERT CATLETT
LA VV V ER,
^^. .. \ Lkxisotoii, Va.
OFFICES t tv
July M 10 tf.
INSURANCE
R. R.WITT & CO
(; KN KU AL
FIRE INSURACE
Represent Old Line Companies
I Specially Represent
The Review of Reviews $3.<
The Woman's Hunte Companion $1.
The American Magazine $1.
I lie Christian Herald $1.
and win send yon .iii ..ri:.il. h. a separate
dre** foi one yeal f??i ?4.8o Von will note
therefore 1 sat c \..u ft
lt \..ii wish any ..I tin- above magazines with
I Bnnarinr I caa s.n n yo* nt
Address M. N in nn
Sin.lent Law I ).-|.:n tniilit.
Washington and Lee t niversiti
Varner, Pole & C
Furnit&r and Und rt ak i:
Main Street, I^eotington, Ya.
The time hus come you will w
to get the good of your oorch.
We have the furniture needful
ROCKERS, CHAIRS,
SKTIKES, SWINGS,
VLiDAR StlAOES, li IC.
Also for the Hall, Parlor. Din
Ilooin, lied Room and Kitchen a
which will prove satisfactory
quality and price.
We can save yon money if you
going to buy a sewing machine.
JHsT*Uegistered Kmbalmer in chr
of our I'ndertaking Departn
which is conducted In a mac
that will ;/ieut with approval.
ALL KI N IKS OF OUTS I
???? whitewashing and wood-suv
with gasoline engine. A pt
card will bring nie to your d
Sam 1. Hamilton, 17 Davit
Street, Lexington. Aug. 2
yiR'.'.NIA:_
In the Clerk'aJ Olliee of til- Cir.uil
Conn ol Kookbridoo County,, the l!7tl
dav of N.iv.-iulier, 1912.
K. l' <;n. kims in'I r.iuiiiK GlnooMS,
hlti wife; and ld* lt. Craig and
Pisak < 'rait.*, lin husband.
Plaintiff*
Prask S. Groom?, in ma "?':;
rlaht snd ss Sjdmlctf.trsor of D. -V.
ijroomo, .1.:i-i tl; Marv B. Wlth
srs and tl. K. Withers, n?i husbsad;
j | .. i liroems; David t>. Uroona*;
I, Urooaaas; sad Jacob li.
ts; and Iv L. \\ ard, purrd'an
Ol DnvM <; Orooocs, Qracaa L.
Urootna sod Jsoob B. tim mus.
I i.-f. ndavnti
IN CHANCERY
The object of the shove styled auil
I to partition aataKMis] tbe parties entltW
thereto s osrtsJn boase snd lt
? I faining shoal I.S*1 sores, lying ?t <
nest Deestur Station <>:i tba B. A ?
I K. B. al.out ten miles north of Leexiii
> a.. iii Rockbridge County, \ i
-inna, and adjoins the lands ol :>. V
Ts>lor sud others, totonglcs- to tl
? luiiie c. lirooms; ur if i't?r
ti. n in kind ti.- laiprsctltraible, t" obta
a di <-i.e i< i the asle Uk
.?> ml it appa sring by sflidai ii ms
sud tiled aocordlug to law thsl .lim.
. i< oms lu ii"t a ra sidenl of tbe Sta
? t Virginia, ll la I lisrefo <? ordered t?
thatl the sstd Jno. B. Grooms do sppe
.> ullin lilt.-en days after due ? ut>ll?
ti.mi ol tins ordel, itinl do wbste\
in.-tv be aroesasiy to protsct Iii- inti
esta in tliis suit.
A eopi - taste:
R. I*. WITT, Deputy
lor A. T. Shield
| - Shields, p. p.
Nev. 87-18 lt
It ls Time Now
TO BE THINKING ABOU 1'
Xmas P*esen1
Santa Claus hos visited our st.
and we now bare i"ts of nice thii
suitable for Xmas Presents, cons!
ing of all kinds of
Couches, Morris Ci.airs. Rock
(?rs, tIbildren's Chairs, Ladies
D.-sks. D.-sk Cuaiis. Fancy Tl
hies, Mahogany Trays, Dinin
Room Chillies, Pictures of a
Kinds, including Water Colon
Pastels anti Richings, a lull lin
of Rugs .md Druggets.
?"' . -i
H.. wa take great pleasure in sh
,ue in!-' ,,lir Hoe. Como io and get
prices before bu j lug.
HARRISON is HUTTON
(Successors to Koonah & Murri
* ...HAMS -l\Si>.
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Cor. Nelson and Jefferson Stre.-ti
taja, LEXINGTON, VA.
Niirlit and Sunda* Phono 25JJ'' and
Stine l'lioiie sat,
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CHILLY RVENINGS
and cool mornings require SOI
heat Why not get one of on i
PORTABLE
Oil Heaters
They can he used any where i
the house and are c.iiiiifortah
PHI C1,S
$3.50 $4.50 $5.01
Vetf Wick-stop pn-vpntH smo
and odor
R. S. Anderson Copan;
NELSON STREET
S^|ftT?feiEN
?ABINET
HEAP things are not
g^od tilings are not chcRp
?Chinese Proverb.
HELPFUL HINTS AND SEASONA?
BLE RECIPES.
When straining fruit for Jelly. If it
ls first put through tbe colander, the-n
only the Juice need be put In the bap.
Often the pulp mny lie used for mar?
malade.
A chilled banana, with one ebie of
the skin removed and eaten with a
teaspoon, la a good beginning for
breakfast.
Veal Chop* With Soublse Sauce.?
Wipe bIt loin chops and put In a Btew
pan with one-half an onion, eight Bltcefl
or carrot, two stalky of celery, a hall
teaspoonful of pepper corns, four
cloves, two tablespoonfuls of butter;
cover with bolling water and cook un?
til tender. Drain, dtp In egg. sprinkle
with salt and pepper, dip In flour mid
fry in deep fat. Surround with boiled
macaroni to which has been added the
following sauce: Cook two cupfuls of
onions until tender, put through a
sieve and add to a white sauce mad*
cf chicken stock thickened with two
tablespoonfuls each of butter and
flour, then add a half cup of cream.
Heidelberg Cabbage.?Try out two
slices of bacon cut In dice, add a bead
of Bhredded cabbage, half a cup of
vinegar, a teaspoonful of minced onion
and pepper; simmer under cover for
two hours. Add as little water as poa
sible to keep from burning.
A pear salad covered with a cream
dressing and garnished with strips of
red pepper Ib a very attractive sahul
Apple and pineapple preserve is very
pood nnd can hardly be told from nil
pineapple. Um three pounds ?
pie to one of pineapple, and equal
W? ight of sugar.
Pears as a salad may be garnished
with a few preserved or spiced cher
rles The color and combination o:
flavor are both acceptable.
Rice Cake*.?Cook a cupful of rice
When cold, add two cups of milk, tin
beaten yolks of four eggs and flour to
make a stiff batter. Add a tablespoon
ful of melted butter, a teaspoonful ol
soda, two teaspoonfuls of cream ol
tartar and a pinch of salt. Peat tin
whites of the eggs very stiff and folc
In last. Bake on a hot griddle.
'ABINET
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W What if tim bread is Litter
f S llilne Inn. and thi 1 unshi
To mr-ot the flints? At least lt mn.y I
s:i!<i.
P*C*W* the way 1* short. I thank the
God. ? E. rt. llrowning.
COMPANY DISHES.
A nice luncheon dish, which provld*
a vegetable with the more substantl
ogg, is the following: Cover a ph
ter with finely-chopped, hot, season,
spinach, well cooked. Cook a cup ai
, a half of tomatoes with two teaspoc
fuls of sugar. Poll five minutes, ai
i six eggs beaten slightly, salt and p<
per to taste and pour Into an omel
pan and cook until creamy. Pour ov
thc spinach and garnish with toast
breed points browned In butter.
Cream cheese softened with crea
add a few tablesi?oonfuls of chopp
green pepper, makoei a chango in se
lng cheese, or may be used as sai
wlch filling.
Salmon Souffle.?Take one can
salmon, flake and season with s
and lemon juice. Cook a half cup
bread crumbs in one-half cup of m
ten minutes, add to the salmon w
the yolks of three eggs beaten ui
thick; cut and fold in the whites
three eggs beaten stiff. Hake in 1
tered molds sot in water. Serve S
Pimento Sauce.?Melt three ta'
spoonfuls of butter, add three of fl
and stir until well blended, then p
on gradually one cup of milk, a 1
cup of cream and half a cup of can
pimeritoeB that have been for
through a sieve. Season with salt
pepper.
Place a thin slice of cream che
on saltines, leaving room for
cheese to spread when heated. Pi
Into the cheese several pecan mi
and place in the oven. As soon
the cheese begins to run remove f
the oven.
A delicious way of serving cabl
ls to parboil lt, then place In la
with white sauce In an Edam ch
shell and bake.
The News Service.
"Innuendo la very effective In
tory," said William Jennings Hryt
one of the Chautauqua addresses
"A gentleman once visited Ti
hoe. Ab he eat on the hotel r
and fought thc Tuckahon mosqul
be eatd to an old resldentcr:
" 'Have you a newspaper hero?
"The restdenter, skilled tn tnt
do, answered:
"'Oh, no! We have a ladies'
lac circle.' ?
Valuable Farms For Sale
IMO Acre* of Univ lauil I mt lea from
Lexington, Vii., on iv good road. (vIihmI
fr area. Wall watered, it acres in or
eliur.l, 18 acres tinta timber. Large
brick norine, "3 new barna ami tall neodeil
ont buildings, flus., to i-htireli. store,
school an I mi'.l. It is not often that
snell property is on the timi kel. Tass*
la ii tine faun. Von tdiotild look Into
tins property. Trice only *15,00n
which is low
A Farra of about UH) acres 10 salsas
from Lexington, Vs., 10 milos from
Kuena Vista, 1 mlle from National
Highway, 3 miles to B. & O. Station.
?JJ miles to N. A \V. Station. Close t..
churches, schools aud stores. W to 70
acres In cultivation and sod. Nico to
work, crops well,nice to use luacliiuerv
on. Balance of land is in timber. New
bank barn painted and rodded, liam
utniiit ID x t>0, tine foundation, plentv
room for stock aud grain. i>ew grauery
arithtsTO wagon sheds ue.r the barn.
Water in baiu-yanl,cist ern and spline
Two streams of clear water running
tbrough tha Beana Apple oeebaN ol
1 ot I acres, never fails to hear, plentv
small fruit, - tine vegetable gai di aaa
Newsroom homo w'th eallor, wasl
h.niM> und smoke house combined,
|_IS?IJ and wagon elieil roar lesiihuc
tool shed, ?roos house, Mpring hons,
and double chicken house. Qood road,
anti a nice neighborhood. Au niiuaual
In desirable farm and nice home. Ap
ply tor price.
l>:{7 Acreta 14 miles fromIaoxhagtoo,
Va., lt'miles I rom buchanan, 6 mu.
lo stations on N A W and (J. A U. H. K.
e'er] close to chun-lle- Said schools
Fein-.-il willi wire and tail,well wi.t.'ici
iv spi intrs.tunning waler in every Heh:.
About 2000 iippie tresa alan aitothsi
younger orchard, penis cherries,piuu
and iirapit. Nice roomy re-iib-uee 01
? ?lev at ion giving tine viewof suiroiniii
lag country. Al. aeeded outebalMlnga, .
no! tenant Houses. I'll,e j luce fol
?attic and sliter.. Ou H good road au.
n ll pood st..lon. t lillie Mini look hi
tlrs lai ui. KM) acres in cultivation, 90
.;i.i/iii!.', i;J7 saran wood laml. \\.
cuii s. ll il for *:;."?,per uer.-.
7?i Aitch pi tai les from Li Sington,
V a., close ti> taro railroads, ???"> soma i
ililli v ut'..>n, ? ucl'-, in timber, i loon
liiius.-. born 26x84, otb ax oat buildings,
ovci inti apple I ices, otln-i mi nil I run,
wcii watiu-.i by apring and bnmohsa
liood lan.I and a nice hon:.'- 'thc
pries iiii-iti.i. s -j 7 a. i es ot growing gran,
if Mild Ht Oates If ii< i limit enonj
lot ii n l; lurid cam Im pmchssed. t'lic
-
titi Aitc l-'iiiiii li inii.s from Haeiu
i*lsia. 0 m.MS fri in '.evington, \ a. ii
ii ic OleCred SOO lu cultivation,balami
ti suiH.. Aluib.e ipiariv on pince tesU
Ci pel I el l- l > ii ii)-; on Inn. 1 700 ( emi
lie.s -1.1*1 live V eal Oed, Ital oli.- vein
Old. tiuit ni oihci kinils for familv
.i.-c. t>iiei>( ihc Bnsat B|triags tn Un
cou n iv. well fen. eil with wile. Man I
room boiiso, sc<>'>?.i .stulile and gium-iv
good ciib, s.-viial olilokea houses, un.
;j room, tun' nriaiigcnient to. lovrls
Frame | .'ii foi boga, ?*? lo 60 bushel
ctn. l-'.o 1>"> biiflieis wheat. 1 to 1 1
i lone lu.\ per acre. Lies atoll, croi'
well, easily linnell, close to two Hoi
limn.els. school and church witina SU
yards. (?w tier wants more lauil. Terni
oaob. Pries fttfOuO.
lilli acreH more or less, SO or 1
acies cleared, UtOSt in culuviitiou, I
miles fruin Lexington, Vu. Gnni rote
^oo.: iicigliboi liood, H. P. 1). mai
Lari:.' lot ul good timber of ull kimi
oak. chestnut, poplar, locu.-t, ion con
oark, 00 acres ol ? in-stum Uubsr, el.
gani mags ioi bogs, ah kmu? ol irv
ol. tie pince. o'i to 1U0 acies Ol til
laml on Hie mountain unii.-Haliy In
lor li Ult uiul glazing it .clean
I-'an Iv well fi nee.I. Wall watered I
le li nest of spring Waler. .Null is. j: rav
sod slate with ela> bottom, fi ku
.og I ii use sealed anti vvoatte rhottnle
..ilge porcli, good cellnl, 19x18. gO
.iain. Rood stahle, with 10x8** foot tia
All i.eetleil out 1 illillinna. Close
atora, aebool astd ebnren. Adjoins i
al mitts of A. I'. A emi, ('alvin GcouL
it- ami Jacob Cummings. Tiela propel
ed is wed w ol th looking at. Pries* o?!_n
?jd pilcal ion.
.till Acies ;? mllaM from Lcxil
icu. SOU acres In grsss unil cintivaiii
aVoll watercil, good bnllOtngS, phi
mit, lim- gissing. Usn ba nivnleii ii
iwo (arius.
250 Acres 0 milss from Lesaingt
^ooil liuildiiir.s, plenty liiiit, -ID nc
?.iver butti ni, ttOsunea iu timber, va
watered and erofas well
loO AcreH adjoining cortioratel
us ol iSiieiiii vista, 00 acres ia gram i
titivation, "7ft acies nomi timiier,
ipple trees, o tn 10 fnun oli, 7l? '?
nees. [ I nins, peaches, tlamsi ns. (i
ituibliiigs and good load.
45 Acres a J miles from Lexingt
well wateled, ti acres in orchiir.l, plc
wood, Home good timber, building*
lair condition, nice tor dairy ami eli
ens.
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'250 AcreH, ino else red, 5 iu
from LevxingtXMB, Web nat mud, nv
kept place, good tenets, uaw bulbin
plenty li nit. A linc home, on good n
aud must be seen to be appreciated.
UM! Acres 81, miles from Loxing
150 acrea olen red, 1*1 acres good tiu
plenty wood, well watered, 200 a|
ali'l ?ni) peach trees, blood buildh
About lOO Acres 1* miles f
Lexi ugt on, tine state of cul ti vat
well watered, well tenced, good bi
bigs, plenty Iruit, a Hue boure.
74 Acres?10 miles from Le*.
tou, Vu., on a good road, 2 miles I
Depot. Fair Buildings? Hood ..rel
of 350 bearing tieea. Hood fence
nice h.>uie. $4750.
New M tooan residence, nice rx
gooil cellar, all needed out build]
cistern water, some fruit. Very t
to corporate limits of Lexington,
, Lot 7*?X-'iiO feet, or will sell
^e mu .uni of land wanted up
' acres. A handsome protit can be i
here :-?? liing off bull.ling lota. W
looking into. Cali aud we willa
yOU. a
New tl-Koora House, two
. ! porches, large reception hail, light
,c,(a" rtp'nui heat.
orch A Good Mill for sole In I
toea, j bridge County. Capacity 20 bbl*
day. Unod section of tbe county,
the price, this in wort b looking nt
For informal lon, terran, etc., sd
KocW bridge Kcalt ? Corpora
Lexington, Vs.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEXINGTON
LEXINGTON, VA.
OFFICERS
ll. B. VAlTGHAN, President
REID WHITE, Vice President
H. c. AV IS K. Cashier
LEO G. SHERIDAN, bookkeeper
DIRECTORS
REll>y\HITK
G. E. VAUGI! "
JAS. O. WAT
II. C. WISE
B. ESTES VA Lu HAN
Regular Semi Annual Statement at Close of Business
December 30. \9\ \
RESOURCES
Lc ans ami Discounts.$4t)7,071 36
Bouda. Securities, etc. 1,230.00
U. S. 2(Jr Bonds. f.0,000.00 $4oH;30l.36
Banking Huuso, Lot, Bank and Post office
Furniture and Fixtures. 3(5 411.18
Premium OB Q. 8. 13ouds. 1.917.97
' re.isunr ol I'. 5. (*?% Redemption Fund) 2,500 CO
ash on Haud ... . 17,060 4G
Due from Banks.73 448 98
101 108.83
$600,834.88
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock. ...
"?lupins Fund.
Undivided Profits (net) .
"?Vim-Annual Dividend {()</, ) .1 i.
"ilVld.iting Notes.
DstPOflRIi
individuals.6397.191.07
'ne to Banka. 90,544 36 417.66S 87
lol:
986 oeo.cn
7.") i 00 00
4 668.96
3,000.00 #l3*2,r?(.8.flO
80,000.00
8600 *34.33
SX9
THE LASTING IMPRINT
OF QUALITY.
As Jewelers, we must
tell you tHat it is
^ QUALITY
bather tKax\ 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
M WASHINGTON STREET LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA
s
odgtaai Hot Blast Heaters and Ranges
...FOR ..
S, ft ?'oal. Slack, Siftings, Haili < total, Crushed Coke, Wood an.I l ob)
Prices $12.00 to $20.00
... A FULL l-l NH OF. .
Blankets and Comfortables
HST Essy terms. Discount for cash.
A FULL LINE OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS
REAHS, JONES & GRAHAH
BUENA VISTA, VA.
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I haive reuToved my shop from A. W. /VI \NS
PILE'S old stand, next to Hatching Ya d to
JNO. W. BROWN & .SON'S Shop
(J. M. b tuite tie j's old j-tami )
JbbJ- All kinds of Carriage and Wnyon Work. I limn.ing,
Upholstering neatly done. General repairing and locksmith
work. Prices reasonable. Call and give me a trial.
G. L. HAYSLETT
HENRY STREET - - I EXINGTON, VA.
Mad you thought of it?
THE POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM
of the United States Government is a good thing; Hen- la a better: You
deposit your money at the Post ORice, and then the Post Ofliee
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 oe your deposit. Why not hring that savings deposit directly to
TUE PEOPLES NATIONAL HANK and receive
3 PERCENT?
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"IS YOUR BABY CONSTIPATED?"
Rally's bowels must Ix regulated properly anti hy ? medicine that is safe.
Dr. Fahrney's Teething Syrup
Hat rroved itself?mothers know it and MU** like it. ITsed in ino.ooc
American homes. I'reyents Cholera 11.i.minni. Mest for bowel com?
plaints. Cures Colic in ten minutes, jj cents at druggists. Trial bottle
free if you mention thit naper.
Mad* anly By Dfes. D. FAIIRNEY at SON. aUoaaatowN. Ma.

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