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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
OTHO C. JACKSON,
TTORNKY-AT-I.A W.
Oflloe: Rooms formerly occupied by
Hon. William A. Aiidt-isou, rear Court?
house, up stairs.
LKXISOTON ... VlRC'IMA
Dec. Ul lO-.-.iu.
7REENLEE D. LETCHER,
? Attoknky at Law,
LEXINGTON, VA.
?Jotarv Public
*. Preston Mooki. Fkank Moona
Late Clerk Co. Court Not* ry Poolta
(T)OORE & MOORE.
**?- Attobnkts at Law,
-?hone No. 12?
t Lexington, Va
ICAN'K T. (.IA. Illi.M V WHIIf
//LASGOW A WHITE
Attorneys-at-Law
? 4-05 Lexington Vu.
ROBERT CATLETT
LAWYER.
_?.. \ Lexington, Va.
f Cluton Fobob, Va,
**ulv 20 10 Hr.
INSURANCE
R. R.WITT & CO
GENERAL
FIRE INSURACE
.epresent Old Line Companies
tam (.Hi-.-iti'111-i i.rn.iis?
Pennyroyal pills
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a*?u,|* '..? I'aarll,-iili.ra. I ra.tlmoi.UI
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Electric
Bitters
) Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE
lt is the bestomedicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
THE
The difference between what tl
cost you, helps pay your town ta
Nearly every bouse in Roc
ITS A
and in a minute make
In the way you beet
If you have anything to paint co
McCRUfl Dh
tm, rsa, ri* Was Vi I ad.
A father sent his family of four
healthy youngsters to visit a relative.
Though lt wns understood thnt tho
visit waa to last thr-.*** weeks, their
?tay lengthened to two months.
"Well," asked the father upon tho re?
turn of his offspring, "was your undo
William glad to see you?" "Was ho
glad to stac us?" hu id the eldest son,
as though surprised by the query.
"Why, dad. the very first thing he
aa ked nie waa why we didn't bring yon,
mother, the cook, the housemaid and
the dog!"
Knew His Own Wsaknsss.
With much trouble the burglar had
effected an entrance Into the big trust
company's office. As he approached
the big steel safe he was confronted
by this sign.
Suva Your Iiynamlte.
This Safe ls Not Locked.
Turn Knob and Open.
"I don't know what their little game
lu." bc said, "but 111 Just see If lt
really ls unlocked."
He grasped the knob and gnve lt a
turn.
Wbwupos be received an electric
sh>.<-k tbat nearly doored him, an
alarm boll rang loudly, the office be?
came flooded with light, a door lu tha
wall flow open and a big dog sprang
at bini.
"Darn my f.?..i lii.i.-:" be exclaimed
an lunn- Int.-r as the door of a cell lu
the police station cloned on him. "1
know what's ihe matter with me! I'nc
too trusting'"-Chi.-ugo Tribune.
Already Settled.
A patient called upon Dr. nive and
asked for a diagnosis of lils ailment
Ile said Hint ht* was suffering, hui
could not locate the malady l?r. Rici
bogan his part hy demanding $10 o:
1 the patient. Then be proceeded wltl
I the examination. After submitting th<
patient to the usual 'esta he said: "
don't like to alarm you unnecessarily
! but 1 find tbat you are lu a bad way
i While I do not abandon hope of betnj
able to help you. I deem lt proper ti
advise you to settle your flnauclul af
fairs."
To which the patient replied, "Doc
you did that when you took the %\Q."
A Candid Suitor.
"Can you support my daughter li
good style?"
"I'll do my best, slr. I must admit
however, that we shall have to buj
the furniture upon the lnstallmen'
plan."?Washington Herald.
CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
<&*?&
; TOWN
ie L. A M. PAINT will cost you an
x.
ikbridg-B County will testify to this
FACT BECAUSE '
I Gallon of LINSEED OIL to
1 (iallon of L. & M. PAINT
l 2 Gallon-*, of nixed Paint at a cost
ime a paint maker and
profit and cost of makin
me to us. We can help you sa'
*:UG COHPANY, Ll
The
Scrap Book
A Frightful Ordeal.
In tbe reminiscences of Vira. E. M.
Wood ls a atory of the eccentric Lord
Crewe of mld-Vlctorlau days: "Mr. Q.
S. told me that on one occasion when
be was stabing
at Crewe Dall he
waa awakenftd In
tbe morning by
the moat blood?
curdling shouts
aud screams. The
sounds were so
dreadful and ao
hideously sugges?
tive of some one
bein-; murdered
that for some mo?
ments he was too
overcome with
horror to move.
Finally, however,
oi-enkd thtc door. ne puned himself
together and. artulug himself with a
poker, cautiously opened the door.
Outside in the passage was a white
faced Talet carry lug a Jug of hot wa?
ter.
" 'What in heaven's name ls the mat?
ter?' Mr. G. S. Inquired through hla
chattering teeth. 'Is anybody being
killed?
" 'No, slr," the trembling valet stut?
tered; 'lt's only my lord taking his
bath.'"
The Conqueror.
It's easy to laugh when the akles are blua
And tha sun ls shining bright;
Tea. eas*' to laugh when your friends ar*
true
And there's happiness In sight.
But whan hope has lied und the skies ar*
gray
And th* friends of th* past have turned
away.
Ah. thera In deed It's a hero's feat
To conjure a smile In the face of defeat!
It's easy to laugh when the battle's fought
And you know that th* victory's won;
Tes, easy to laugh when the prize you
sought
Is yours when the race ls run.
But here's to the man who can laugh
when the blast
Of adversity's blows! II* will conquer at
last.
For the hardest man In the world to beat
Is the man who can laugh In th* fae* of
defeat.
?Emil Carl Aurln In National Magazine.
Queer Place For Her Foot.
Tbe gaudily dressed lady street ear
passenger had Just placed her bag of
freshly popped corn conveniently at
her side and
opened a novel
that she might /w\ ? la
read and eat Bl
m u 11 a n e o usly
when a big son
of the Emerald
Isle swung Into
the car and
plumped himself
directly down on
the open bag
"Slr," she cried,
slamming shut
ber book and
casting dagger's
looks at ber of?
fender, "you're
sitting on my corn!"
"Sure," ejaculated the Irishman,
Jumping to his feet, his face suffused,
"Ol beg yer paardon lntolrely. On me
word of honor, ma'am, Ol nivver ix
plcted ye had yer foot shtuck up
there "
"SURE."
I Baltimore & Ohio
i VERY LOW RATE
! SUMMER EXCURSIONS
ATLANTIC CITY
General Assembly, Presbyterian
Church, May 17 to June 1.
International Convention United
Society of Christian Endeavor,
duly tl to 12,
Orahd Lodge, H. P.O. E.. July
10 to 15.
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Northern Bapti.it Convention,
June 1.J to 25.
PACIFIC COAST POINTS
Los Augeles, Cal., American
Medical Association, June 25 to
r 30.
t Porltand, Ore., Disciples of Christ.
Christian ('burch Convention,
July 4 to ll.
San Francisco, (Jul., Iuternation
al S. S. Association, .lime 20 to
27.
KOCH EST ER. H. Y.
Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of
Mystic Shrine, July ll to 13.
<? A. H. National Encampment,
August 21 to 26.
For rat ei, schedules and full it-forum
tion. rall at ticket oflioe, JJ, A O. K. K.,
C. <\ Hlte, Ticket A**ent.
May 3 tf.
TAX.
il what other high grade paints will
fact.
VOU ADD
ot jt bout $1.75 per gallon.
save the paint makers'
ve money toward paying your taxes
1X.NGT0N, VA.
BORROWING.
Neither a borrower uor a lender
be.
For loan oft loses both i'self and
friend.
And borrowing dulls tbe edge of
husbandry
This above ali: To thine own
self be true
And lt must follow, as tbe night
the day.
Thou canst not theil lie false to
auy man
Shakespeare.
Impure blood runs you down ? ni ak et
you au easy victim for organic diseases.
Burdock Blood Hitters puiilles th*
blood?eur.es the cause- builds you up.
A Narrow Margin.
John Stuart Mill was once dilling
with two brilliant French talkers who
were given to monologue. One hail
possession of ine field, aud the other
was watching him so intently to strike
in that Mill exclaimed aloud. "If tu
Ht.i|n to breathe tie's go na."
Foley's Kidney Remedy
Is particularly recommended for chronl.
cases ot kidney and bladder trouble. I*
tends to regulate aud control the kid
ney mid bladder action and ls healing,
strengthening Mini bracing. B. H. fi or
rsl I.
A Mar-star BMrd.
Freddie?Ma. (he bat ls tbe bigge*
bird tbat flies, ain't lt?
Ma?By no meaus. Freddie.
Freddie?Well, anyway some of 'em
must be mighty big. cause I beard fa
ther say that he was out on one las)
night.
A Loading California Druggist
Pasadena. Cal., March tl. 1911
Foley anil Cn . Gentlemen:?We havi
sold aud recommenced Foley's Hone
ana Tar Compound for years. We be
Hove lt to be one of the luosk efllcleu
expectorants on the market. Contain
lng no opiates or narcotic** lt can bi
given freely to children. Euough o
the reu edy can he taken to relieve i
cold, as lt has uo nauseating results
and does not interfere with digestion
Yours very truly, CL H. Ward Drui
Co., C. U, Paasons, Sec'y and Treas.'
(let the original Foloj's Honey aud Ta
Compound iu the yellow package. B
H. horrell.
Tobacco In Franca.
The government tobacco monopoly ii
France was established by Emperoi
Napoleon Bonaparte lu a decree issue*
Dec. 20. 1810. This decree reserve*
to the government a monopoly of th'
Importation, manufacture and sale o
tobacco In all Its forms.
In tho Wake ot the Measles
The little sou of Mrs. o. B. Palme*.
Llttia Kock. Ark., had the measlei
The result was a severe cough whin
grew worse and he could uot slee|
She says: "One bottle of Foley's Hone
and Tar Compound completely cure
j him aud he has never been bother*
-??nee." ' i oap, whooping cough, mei
j slea ooi'4<b all yield to Foley's Hone
ami ar Compound. The gei.ulm- is i
the yel.'o.v package always. Refm
-ubetltuies. Sold by B. H. Gorrell.
Fish In Arctic Watara.
In northern waters millions of flt
?rs ground into nothing by tbe movix
masses of ice.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for C hilda
Relieve .feverishness, bad stomacl
teething disorders, move and rog ulai
the bowels and are a pleasant reined
for worms. Lsed by mothers for '.
years. They never fall. At all dru(
gists. 25c. Sample free. Address I
S. Olmsted. LeRoy, >. Y.
A fUvalation.
Wife?I haven't a gown flt to wea
Husband?Jove! That's the reason not
of the servants will stay here.
Ladies Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller by using Allen's Foo
Kase, the antiseptic powder for swollei
tender, aching feet. It makes walkin
a delight, relieves corns and bunions <
all pain, and gives rest and comfort
Sold t verywhere, 25c. Don't accejp
any substitute. Sample free. Address
Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
Bull-flit**- ls Amply Wlrad.
There are nearly 3,500 miles of slat
trie wires tn one New York ofBc
bnlldtng.
Mica
Axle
Grease ^^-J
Helps the Wagon up
the HUI *
The load seeni9 lichter?Wagon
and team wear longer?Vou make
more money, and h .vc nore tim.*
to make money, wheu wheels ure
greased with
Mica Axle Greas*
?Thc longest wearing and meat
satisfactory lubrii ant in thc world.
STANDARD OD* CO.
|WMMNr>
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEXINGTON
LEXINGTON. VA.
OFFICERS DIRECTORS
B. E. VAUGHAN, President J. P. MOORE
J. P. MOORE. Vice President REID WHITE
H. C. WI8E, Cashier G. E. VAUGHAN
H. G. WISE
B. ESTES VAUGHAN
CAPITAL STOCK . . $50,000.00
SURPLUS FUND . . . 70.000.00
SHAREHOLDERS' LIABILITY 50.000.00
$ i 70,000.00
In selecting a DEPOSITORY for your funds SECUR?
ITY is the PRIME CONSIDERATION. These figures
speak for themselves and need no comment.
All depositors, large and small, receive t.ie same
courteous treatment
We SolicitJ New|Bu8iness and Shall be Glad to Serve New Patrons
Three (3%) interest bearing Certificates of Deposit
issued to those having funds for which they have no
immediate investment.
Our Friends Say
'1 hat the phenomenal success of the
Peoples National Bank
is ilue to tlie integrity and want to-please courtesy of
its ot.i-.-ers, and to the conservatism and oversight of its
Board of Directors.
WE WANT TO PLEASE
YOU
Interest paid on certificates of deposit from date of issue.
YOUR LAWN
Does it need attention ? Is the grass uneven and being
smothered out by the weeds? Are you ASHAMED OF YOUR
FRONT YARD?
A BUCKEYE
LAWN MOWER
will solve the problem for you and will give satisfaction for years
Price from *3.50 to $8.50.
flyers Hardware Co. Inc.
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA.
We Are Now in Our
NEW QUARTERS
Corner of Nelson and Jefferson Streets,
?where we are well fixed to display our "UP-TO-DATE LIN E of
Labor Saving Farm implements,
' such as Brown Walking and Ri-liug Cultivators, Triple, Double
and Single Shovel Plows, Cutaway Disc Harrows, McCormick Wow
era, Tinders and Rakes, Lawu Mowers, etc., etc.
Stylish Runabouts, Top Buggies, Surreys, Spring Wagons.
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Summer Lap Robe*-, Whips and
Horse Goods of all kinds.
We have also a good ?upply of Field Peas, German Millet,
Buckwheat, Sorghum and Broom Corn Seed, Stock ami Poultry
Foods.
ROBINSON & HUTTON CO.
IN NEW QUARTERS
We are now in our new room formerly occupied by Robinson &
Hutton and have a full line of
Leonard Cleanable Porcelain-lined Refrigerators,
Detroit Oil Cook Stoves, barns coal oil like gas.
Perfection Cook Stoves and others.
WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE CREAM FREEZERS, HAMMOCKS
all prices. We are having a big sale on
Queen Washing Machines
R. S. Anderson Company
Nelson Street. Next door to Old Stand.
fgw\ ?|S YOUR BABY RESTLESS?"
See the anxious mother bending over the sleepless ballet WI.at tender
solicitude: Her heart aches for him. Wise mothers usc
Dr. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP
babies 19tc because it cures them. Prevents Cholera Infantum,
olie in ten minutes. Keep a bottle at hand. .5 cents at drug
Trial bottle free if you mention this paper.
Made onlj by HRS. J'. FAHRNEY L SON, IIacwstown, Mit,
^*****V
\*3-\Y^ "* eiit^S} Which babies like because it cures them. Prevents ' ; ?lcri Infantum,
?f*\*c? J rf cures Colic in ten minutes. Keep a bottle at hand. .5 cents at drug
a*r^:J,{^# Smee ?- gists. Trial bottle free if you mention this ? -

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