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HaDii.-hc<l bverv Wednesday Hvenlnj
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Editor and Proprietor.
Subscription Kates In Advance :
Ame Y-sar_fl. 00 I Thr<*?? Mouths- 25c
glz Months.. 50c I Slni*l?- Copv.. ? f>c
Supervisors Pass on Numerous Road
The Board of Supervisors at their
meeting Monday at the Courthouse
spent most of their time in consider?
ing road petitions.
Consideration ol B change of road
near Rockbridge Katha through the
lands of H. E. McCown and others
and the abandonment of road near
Mr. MeCown's barn through the
lands of J. L. McCurdy and others,
was continued. The board will
visit the neighborhood next Satur?
day and make investigation of imid
Walker's Creek Hoad Hoard made
application to the Board of Super?
visors for closing public road from
Mrs. Mary K. MeClung's farm ac?
ross the bill to Wade's Mill. J. \V.
Moot e. A. P. Mackey, J. D. Gamp
ball, J. <;. Alexander and A. II.
Lucas were appointed a committee
to meet Thursday, June IS, at 10 a.
m. at the home of ll. S. Wade near
New Providence church.
A petition of C. T. Lightner and
others requested a change of road
near the Augusta county line at
Joho Miller's corner and running
southwest to Baxter Holts,through
the lands of J. T. Wade. The same
viewers as above were appointed,
who will meet at the same time and
W. .*.. Kinnear and others asked
for a change of road from Forest
Grove schoolhouse to Timber I'idge
church, through the lands of 1". A.
Pultz. Viewers, .1. H. 13. Jones,
IX W. Taylor. J. D. Sterrett, ll. T.
Muse and J. H. Lackey were ap?
pointed to meet Thursday, June 15.
at the home of Mrs. Bertha E. Womel
dorf. at 10 a. m.
('. i". Nicely and others petition?
ed for change of Lexington and Cov?
ington Turnpike at Collierstown,
leaving main road oppsite c. 0,
Hotinger's blacksmith shop and
passing through the lands of A. Il
Wilson and others. Viewers, J. A.
Wilkinson, J. P. Tardy. N. c. l'ix,
W. A. Brown and ( >. 15. Whitmore,
to meet Wednesday, .lune 14th. at
10 a. m., at A. W. Morrison's store.
A. S. Armstrong petitioned the
opening and establis'umen?, of a road
near Mrs. Amanda Armstrong's
residence through tie lands of C. L.
Noel anti others, a distance of three
fourth mile. Same viewers, saim*
time and place as above.
In the matter of petition of J. M.
Braford and others for establish?
ment of road through Ann Dale
leading up James river from (fil?
more's Mills. $3i? was appropriated
out ot permanent road fund to the
credit of Natural Bridge road board
for fencing ou the change of road.
Supervisor McNutt was appoint?
ed a committee to ascertain the cost
o'steel joists fi-r bridge over Buf?
falo Creek near the farm belonging
to P. M Penick.
Henry C. Hughes and others of
Kerr's Creek district, petitioned
that sheep be prohibited from the
public highways in Kerr's Creek
district, the same as horses, mules
and cows.
Severe Storm Struck Staunton
A severe rain, hail and wind storm
?truck Staunton about 4:90 o'clock
Sunday afternoon and did great
damage. The Church of the Breth?
ren and several residences were
unroofed, and several thousand
panes of glass were broken. Trees
in all parts of the town were blown
down or broken otT, aud the ground
was strewn with leaves. Consider?
able damage was done to fruits and
all classes cf vegetables. Street
electric lights and telephones were
temporarily out of business. As
far aa can be learned, the storm
covered only a small strip.
Mayor of Roanoke Found Guilty
After a trail of sixteen days Mayor
J09I H. Cutchin of Roanoke, was
adjudged guilty last Thursday by
the jury, who brought in a verdict
charging him witb malfeaance and
misfeasance in oflice.
- Judge Mullen granted the motion
of tbe defense for a stay of judgment
85days, pending an application for a
writ of supersedeas in the Supreme
Court. In the meantime Mayor
Cutchin will remain in office.
Public sentiment in Roanoke
strongly demands that the Mayor
shall vacate tbe oflice.
Closing Exercises of the Lexington
High School
The closing exercises of the lex?
ington High School were held yes?
terday in the High School Auditor?
ium, in the presence of a large and
inter-stcd audience. Bav. Dr. A!
fred T. Craham made theinvocat.on.
The salutatory was delivered by
Fred T. Deaver, the annual address
by Mr. R C. Stearnes, secretary of
the State Board of Moonaloo, and
the class valedictory bv Rd arie G.
Adair. Principal Harrington Wad
dell made theannouncements. Coun
ty Superintend! nt of School.*, li. W
Kflinger gave the diplomas to the
graduates, and Dr. Graham present
ed the declaimer's medal to Rd win
G. Adair. Rot/. Dr. Manly pro
nounced the benediction. The music
by children of the schools was in?
Following are the full graduates
in the'High School, who were ai va vd
ed diplomas, the names appearing
in the order of class standing:
Odessa Agnes Dixon, Mary Eve
lyn Hamilton. Laure Tucker Pendle?
ton, Nannie Ida Mc A Ipi ci. Be it rice
McCormick Miley, Bessie Bell Lacy.
W. Ferry < 'roseelose. Edwin Gra
ham Adair, Florence A dell Myers.
Agnes Farr Adair. Agnes Virginia
Tolley, Walter Mebane Dunlap.
Clara Senseney Cupp. Minnie Kate
Sheridan, .lames Malcolm Adair,
Sallie Ramley Young.
Certificates wore awarded to the
following graduates in Normal Train?
ing Class
Odessa Agnes Dixon. Nannie Ula
.McAlpin, Bessie Bell Racy, Fannie
Bland Graham. Florence Adell
Myers. Minnie Kate Sheridan.Clara
Senseney Cupp. Ruth Elizabeth Hat?
tan, Agnes Virginia Tolley, Sallie
Ramley Young, Kthel Tolley.
Following are the scholarships
Ann Smith Academy Scholarship,
to Frances Hamilton. 1st Year High
Ann Smith Academy Scholarship,
to Virginia McCorkle, 2nd Year
High School.
Williamson Graham Scholarship,
to Robert Jarrett.
Washington and Lee University
Scholarship, to W. Ferry Grose
University of Virginia Scholar?
ship, to Kdwin Graham Adair.
Virginia Military Institute Scho?
larship, to Walter Mebane Dunlap.
Beela mer's .Medal, to Fd win Gra?
ham Adair.
Following are the names of pupils
of the High School and Crammar
Schools promoted and those on the
roll of honor:
From .'rd to 4th Year High School
Annette Young. Ira McAlpin,
Margaret Tardy. Dora Witt, Nancy
Pendleton. Lawrence Howerton.
Louise Seal, Lottie Moore, Lilly
Harman, Mary Protlitt.
lind to 3rd Year High Schocl?
Virginia McCorkle, Margaret Kin?
near, Elizabeth Tardy, Curtis Hum?
ph ris, Robert Jarrett. Raymond
Womeldorf. June Shaner, Rlise Cur?
rell, George Irwin. Carrie Myers.
James Howe. Marguerite Teaford,
I*ettie Womeldorf, Lilia Mackey.
Preston White, Virginia Moore,
George White. Promoted without
rank. Primrose Coe. William Cox.
1st to 2nd Year High School
Matthew Paxton, Richard Cox.
Frances Hamilton, Sam Moore,
Josephine Clutter, Itowena Moses,
John McNeel, Hdmund Campbell,
Ruling Laird, Harry Anderson,
Walter Seebert. Pauline Welsh,
Mercer Graham, Ix>vie Pleasants,
Gertrude Hamric, Nellie Hileman,
Frances Glasgow, Jame.-. White,
Elsie Pole, Mary Seebert, Cary
Howard, Mary Devine, Katherine
Glasgow. Rebecca Wilson, Margaret
Young, Gwynn Pole. Promoted
without rank. Nell Arthur.
tirade ~ to Hiph School?Fd ward
j Dillon, Bilah Pendleton, forrest
Moses, James Uobinson, Norah
Palmer, on honor roll. Elizabeth
Irwin, Virginie Clutter,Susan Bell,
Lnrty Straub, Bessie Straub. Nel?
son Brown, Graham White, Arlene
Davidson, Evelyn Champe,Clarence
Leech, Cecil Welsh, Prank Reed.
Violet Beeton, Otey H. Reynolds,
Bessie Fox, Rms Jackson, Robert
Beeton, Ruth Agnor, Stella Myers,
Andrew Wilhelm. Eugene Bare.
Lula McCorkle, Reid G ranger, Craig
Bowers. Waller Staples. William
Grade ii to 7.?Marie Scott Pole,
Linalie Pole, Elvira Jones, Reid
White, Mary Pirebaugh, Isabel
West, Jennie Lyons, Perry Hower?
ton, Ren Campbell, Alice Loyall, on
honor roll. Frances Denny. Natalie
M<?ses, Gut \guor, Ann Bosworth,
Henry Whitmore. Ruth Moore, Ger?
trude Pendleton, Ashton SaleL
Ceorge McNeel. Killora Devine,
Mamie Womeldorf, James Tardy,
GilmoreAgnor. Lionel Beeton/!ran
DePflaat- Katie ITaaTai. i.ithor Tea
lord, William Davidson, Ralpfe
IKxoa, Stuart Walker, Bena Bare,
Doa \\'.l*-oo. Henry Bell.
< '< rude 5 to 1..? Lois Moore. Harry
Lyons, Kuth Mackey. Myrtle Hall,
Pauline Marks. Powell Charlton,
Baili Penick. Sarah White, Gene?
vieve HaaBrto, Minnie Gillespie.
Il.-l.'ii Cnn ell, G lao wood l-'itch,
Ellen \N .Ison, on honor roll. Clif?
ton l*eihig. Currie Walker, Auford
Pilot K xiGuffey, Mild -fd Spillar,
Elwood V ni IVrvt'i'i'. Tin nn.s Eat
(ar. Rico Millar. J*-, .Garland Hod
rick, Je*-.*ta Mo-.es. I' ul Steele,Ben
net' Boll.
Grade 4 I > I R ith ll uris. Tillie
Lyon-.. Kai 11,yes. .Mary Ben! am
Mitchell. H.ssie Granger, Hunter
Pendleton, R>bert Howertoo, Scotl
Shipp Huger. I'ranees Bowyer, on
honor roll. I-Vancis Miller, Herman
Womeldorf. St.rtie Agnor, Alexan?
der Jones,Zack Meed, Mary Martha
Cu pp, Cot tie W nit more, ( ecil (lin?
ty, \ lolet Mc.Man.iuia, Ben Wilson,
Pendleton Dillon. William Kinnear,
Margaret Brown, li werdoline Bell,
John Ackerly. Ma.y Davidson,
* 'abell ( I ranger. Charlotte Denny,
Howard Leech, Ashby Cillespie.
I ranees Rodrick.
(iiadeHto 4.- Mabel Knighton,
Francis Mallory, Ida ('onner, Helen
Thompson, Joe l*ong. Morrell Wade,
Porter Hamric. Wy His Lovall, Ag?
nes llirris. Lawi* Jarrett. Kenneth
Thompson. Dorsey ll 'pkins. Ernest
Moore, Nell Owen, on honor roll.
Isabel Correll, Fletcher Brown,
Allen Penick, Lois Mutispaugh,
f*eon Johenning, John Harlow, Den?
nis Crist, Herbert Agnor. liny
Beeton. Christopher Kiding, Car?
roll Mead, Sallie Staples. W,Iii- m
Grade 2 to 3.? Mary Agnor, Win?
nie Thompson. Mildred Charlton.
dil Cranger. Ellie Koodoo, Della
Brown, on honor roll. Roth Davis,
Robert Campbell, Houston Mc Mana?
ma. Louise Buley, Katherine Kra
mer. Maude Hint***, Maybell Johen?
ning, .Mabel Lindsay. Paul Moses.
Beatrice Brown. Harry Hinty. Al?
bert Hinty.
Grade 1 to 2.?Philip Howerton,
Lawrence Johenning. Margarel
Agnor, Hebecea Lyons, Mildred
Boll, Kenneth Pole. Harry Moses
Cecil Hamric, on honor roll. Jobi
Connevey, Marv E. Walker, Mar;.
C. Walker, Mabel Walker. Floy
Wish to announce to the public
generally that they have installed a
and are prepared to do work on short
notice. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Shop beiow Sheridan's Stable at .1.
M. Senseney's old Stand. 6 7-3u><>.
For Sale in Rockbridge
I offer for sale privately my farm cf
three miles south of Fairfield Station
on B. afcO. R. R., two miles north
west of Midvale Station on N. & W.
K. R. This farm hason itali neees
aary improvements, consisting of a
Dwelling ot Ten Kooma
and large cellar. BANK BARN,
ccrnerib, wagon shed, carriage
house, wood shop, blacksmith shop
smokehouse, washhouse. spring
house, p niltryhousH. Tnese build?
ings have all been built in tho last
lew years and are in First Class
This farm is well fenced with
woven wire fence and watered by
numerous springs and branches and
plenty of all kinds fruit.
For further information call on < r
write* O. S. STROLE,
R. I-. D. No. 2, Fairfield, Va.
June 7-11 tf.
NOTICE is hereb-f alrea that a Pri
in-iry Kl.vt ion for the iioininntl'ii of
County ?nd Dint ri. t Oflicern foi thc
county of Kcekbriiis;.-, neil foe fi-i-inl-ern
ot IM Democrat ii- K-.-ic.iit ive Cotnrlt
tee, will ho held nt tie several vi-iing
pri'i'im ts i f tlie county on
Till SADAT, SKIT. 7TH 1911.
ALI. CANDIDATES foi Ihaoaoflhec
am required to "flee notice in writing
to tl e < 'Imirmini of the Democratic
Executive <'oiiMiiMee prior to '.? o'clock
P. li. of SATURDAY. .11) KY MU,
lilli, of tin lr cHiidiilui-y; ami tboae
candidates of whom a prim wry fee is re
ipiiled IlillHt pity the s une to fit*- wini
CliaiiMinn at tin: time of tiling notice.
Sheela there be only one candid***!*
for any oflice, who -.hall linve eertilicil
his candidacy in Iga aria narr ami at thc
time minu-il above, the (IhairiUHii of the
-s.-iiiJ 1'i-iiiix-ratic Executive CoCDmiltee
will decline rash candidate thi; UKO I'?
LA S NOMINEE of tho Daaaoeratlc
party for tStmh ofli-e.
By oiilei of tbe Democratic Kx.-cu
five OoeMBlttffl for the ('oui.tvof Boek
June 7-21. Chairman.
I ?*? Jersey Cows and Heifers. Fr e*.h
('and early springers. Address
James Campbell. Greenville, Ve.
Mav :u
In the Rockbridge Ci rcu it Clerk's
Office, June 6, 1911.
IV. A. Pulty. and otlier*.
? Pea ri. J. Ea kin and others.
| The object of this suit is to lave
? partition of and to that end to bring
| to sale the dower lands which wore
assigned to the widow ol David Putta
' under proceedings regularly taken
: in the Circuit Court .>f Rockbridgv
?County. Virginia, in tho suit of Re
becca Shafer v. David Pu Ita' heirs,
-.aid widow being now dead: and to
distribute the proceeds of said
lands to those entitled to the same.
The said land consists of about
' eigbt-tiveacres lying in Rockbridge
l County, Virginia, io an easterly di?
rection, about dur miles from Lex?
ington, Virginia.
It appealing fri m an affidavit
tiled in said cause that Mrs. Bertie
i Galliagher; the unknown heirs al
I .w of George F Putts deed., the
unknown heirs at law of John Pu I ts
deed., and the unknown heirs
at law or Charles P. Pulls deed..
defendants in the above cause, are
not residents ol" iii*! S-a'eof Virgin
j ia; and that there are, or may be
j persons interesttd in the subject to
I be disposed of u seid cause ir boee
nairn s are unka na n, heirs, as above
?et forth:?
lt is ordered that said non-res
ient and unknown parties do ap?
pear here within fifteen days after
he due publication of this order in
he Lexington Gazette and do what
may be nee-ssary to protect their
interests in said suit.
A copy?Teste:
R. R. WITT. Depoty
for A. T. Shields Clerk.
Glasgow k White, p. q.
June 7-ll-4t.
Primary Election
To the Democratic Voters of Roek
bridgeCounty, Virginia:
Notice is hereby given that a pri
rary election for tbe nomination of a
Democratic candidate for the House
ot Delegates of Virginia from the
'egislative district composed of the
counties of Bath, Highland, Rook?
bridge and the City of Buena Vista.
will be bold a' the several voting
precincts of the said counties and
city on
TrlllRSOAV, SEPTKriB'-.R 7, 1911.
[between I.e. hours of sunrise and
t, -.unset of that day.
| Candidates for this ollie." aro re?
quired to gi ve notice in writing of
(Heir candidacy to the Chairmen of
' j the Executive Cou mittees of the
-.aid counties and city prior to 9
.o'clock P. M. on SATURDAY,
JULY STU, 1911, accompanied by
? the assessment fixed by the said
'county and city committees, respec?
Should there tie only one candi?
date for thia olliee who shall have
Certified his'candidacy in the man?
ner und at the time above provided,
the Chairmen of the said County
'' and City Committees will declare
1 such candidate the NOMINEE of
the Democratic party for the said
Cbaiiuan liam. Executive
Committo Rockbridge Co.
May Hl-2t
Notice To Candidates
Democratic Primary
The sub committee appointed by
the Diuurcratic County Committee
for the purpose ri lixing the assess?
ments to be paid by candidates for
participation in the Democratic pri?
mary to be held on the 7th of Sep
U inlier. 1911, has fixed the fees to
be paid as lo!lows:
Candid iles for?
S'ate Senate.110.00
House Of Delegates . . . 15.001
Pi oater Delegate .... 10.(10 I
Cranty Treasurer , . . 20.001
County Clerk.''dun
Commonwealth's Attorney . 10.00 j
Sherill .10. Ol)
Commissioner of Revenue . 3.00 j
Super visors. 2. at) j
No primary fee is required to be
pail by candi iates for Justice of I
the Peace. Constable, Overseer of !
the Pixir and members of the County '
Al L CANDIDATES must give
no'ici' of candidacy, and those of
who ia primary fee is required, as
abo* ? shown, must pay such fees to
the County Chairman ON OR BE
1911. or their names will pot be
plac< ?< on the primary ticket.
C itu ir men Democratic' Committee,
Moy 31 2l.
Once in Fifteen Years
Thirty-five years- think of it,
thirty live years aeo. when L. A M.
Paint ?as first made known.
lt tin n m eded time to prove its
durah te quality.
lt hil** done it now. and its large
use is t he proof.
Costa about $1.60 per gallon, be?
cause you make nearly one-half more
by addi i.g .'5 4 of a gallon of Linseed
Oil to ca. h gallon of paint, and you
won't in ed to repaint for about 15
years. *
Our Kales agents are: McCrum
Drug Co.. Lexington; H. L. Gilke?
son, Buena Vista.
"Of Course"
Why, Certainly!"
We sell Slioes?Shoes for Ladies ami M-n, Shoes for Misses uii.l
shoes for Children?all sorts and kinds of Shoos for all sorts anil
conditions of people. This hot weather calla for White Footwear It
looks cot In- anl is cooler. We aro offering
Ladies' MT hite Canvas Pinups at.*-..00 per pair
Misses' White Canvaw Pinup.-1 at. 1.50 "
Children's White Canvas Pinups at. 1.25 "
Ladies' Ul.ick Suede Pumps at . 3.00
Ladies' Blank Velvet Pinups at. 3.00
Ladies' Put. Colt Pumps at.?.. 2..r>0 '*
Ladies' Gm: Metal Pumps at. 2.50 ?*?
OKI Ladies' Comfort Low Show, soft as a
Kiora. i no
"Ofcouro," ?'Slmre," "Why (cit.,ii.ly" ('lali.im, the Shoe
Mun sells shoos. Brinjc jour feel with jon and let's get acquainted
GRAHAH, The Shoe "a"
Seller of Straw Hats for Men.
Ladies' Linen Suits
Heavy Linen Crash in White, Kino. Navy, Purple, etc . cut
in the latest st\ loni <1 made in the host manner.' Twodesinns
at -fit CO and "flo OD respectively.
Wide Flouncings
for thi ' white dresses Rt-*autiful |"*ooda- 37 inebea wide.
very sin er. Rue embroider***- Ten \ hnndaomei at *M oo au.l
$1.36 the yard.
Side-Band Lawns
A aaw lot just received. \ery neat and attractive ami
extra good quality at th* price-*, 10 cents and l'-M co n tn
We now have a KOOd stock of the old reliable (JKI*-.'!'KM KUI
GLOVKS, both long and short, in Silk. Chamois and Kid?in white
black ami colors. Pricea ron from SM cents to $1.00 for the short
gloree, and from *?1 V0 to 9H BO tor the long.
Have You Tried Our
lt is for Women and Children. It i-- li^lit wondit for
warm wea'lior. and is lo-infoi-ed with linen in heels. t?M*e
.?md sol* s Tin* colors?black and tan?aii? fast, nnd tin
wear satisfactory. Two glades, SS .'ind .'>."? couts.
IRWIN & CO., Inc.
Special Sale of
Shirt Waists
and Skirts

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