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SUN.[MON.lTUE. [WED. ll 18 25 12 19 6 13 SO 14 21 26 2728 THU. 8 15 22 FBI. 1911 IS 9 16 89! 30 10 17 2324 C PROFESSIONAL CARDS OTHO C. JACKSON, ttorxky-at-La w. Oflice: Rooms formerly occupied b\ lion. William A. Anderson, rear Court douse, up 8tn.it*-. <*EX1NOTON - - - Vi KO I NI Dec. 21-10-'iu. 7REENLEE D. LETCHER, ^J Attorney at Law, LEXINGTON. VA. ?lotarv Public T. Pbbs*I*OS Moore. i/uank Mooki Late Clerk Co. Court Notary Public (T)OORE & MOORE. **?*" Attobnktb at Law, Lbsinoton, Va 'bone No. 12? ??AMS T. Olascow HOS* V Whit* ffLASfiOW A WHITE I Attorise.s-at-Law j** 4-05 Lexington Va. ROBEKT CATLETT LA WY KU. jpFicEsj Lksis,:ti;s'Va-v > ( luton FORGE, Va 'ulv 80 io l vi. INSURANCE R. R.WITT & CO GENERAL ~ FIRE INSURACE -.epresent Old Line Companies / [Electric1 Bitters Succeed v.'hen everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they nie the 'supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY,LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a di up (; .st's counter. .*?$*<. li KKK ..I I...I.I pani I ......... *ta Vvl ll.-|Tnmt *-ut>atltutlun. and Imlta fjf Uuna. Ilu> ol Jour l>.~.?.?*. a, -rot ???-. D >-.rtloiiliira. I tv.-1-n-...l.li -K.ll.-r f**r l..'lr-,* .? latta. I.. r?? _.Mall. lUOA-l-O T.-.nm..i<l?l. Bout.. al) Dr.n'.i. ebl-Na.trr < armk.l fn, ?414 M-aAUa-. Cc Jern. I'llll ? . )'? ff aa]--K.I Z' tura Ma -? KU I>r..(?..l. ?valuable real estati For Sale ita Rockbridge I offer for sale, pri vatel vmv farm c about ONE HUNDRED ACRE! three miles south of Fairfield Statio on B. & O. EL EL, two miles north west of Midvale Station on N. <fe W R. R. This farm hason itali neees Bary improvements, consisting of lUvi'lliiij- ot Ten Koonin and large cellar. BANK' BAR> oorncrib, wagon shed, carriag -house, wood shop, blacksmith shot smokehouse, washhouse, sorin-j house, poultryhouse. These built ings have all bess built in the las few years and uro in First, Clas Shape. This farm is well fenced wit woven wire fence and watered b numerous springs and branches an plenty of all kinds fruit. For further information call on o write O. S. STBOLE, R. F. D. No. 2, Fairtield, Va CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of (^^^C J. W. BROWN & CO. BLACKSMITHING Wish to announce to the public generally that they have installed a COLD TIRE SHRINKER and arc prepared to do work on short notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop beiow Sheridan's Stable at J. M. Senseney's old Stand. 6-7-3roo. "millinery" Fancy Yarns, Embroidery Silks and Cottons of all kinds. Besntifal Stamped designs. Stamping ilone at verv reasonable prices. Round Thread Art Linen and Handkerchief tLinen at ? 60 and 75 cents. Ladies' SHORT silk GLOVES' in Black and White, and Chamois, I Gauze Vests. Hilk Lisle Hose for ladies in Black and Tau. CHILDREN'S SOCKS, BABY CAPS, etc. B. M. HUTTON Lexington, Va., Opp. Courthous3. V IRGIN1A. In the RockbridgeCircuit Clerk's Olliee, June t>, 1911. F. A. PUTLR and others 1-f.arl, J. Eaki.v and others. The object of this suit is to have 1 partition of and to that end to bring I to sale the dower lands which were P assigned to tho widow ol David I'ultz under proceedings regularly taken in ihe Circuit Court of Rockbridge County, Virginia, in the suit of Re becca Shafer v. David Palls' heirs. laid widow t.i;ing now dead: and to distribute the proceeds of said i \ lands IO those entitled to the sam.-. The said land consists of SDOUl [ e.ight-li veacres lying in Rockbridge County, Virginia, in an easterly di ; rection. about fear miles from Lex p ington, Virginia. , lt appearing from an affidavit tiled in said cause tbat Mrs. Uertie . I < 1 illiagher; tho unknown heirs at U law of Georgs F. I'ultz, deed., the unknown heirs at law of John Pu I tx, deed., and the unknown heirs Mst law of Charles 1*. I'ultz, deed., defendants in the above cause, are nonresidents of the Stateof Virgin? ia: and that there are, or may be ! persons interested in the subject to 'i bo disposed of in said cause whose '' names are unknown, heirs, os above > set forth: ? '? It is ordered that said non-resi I- dent and unknown parties do so? rt pear here within fifteen days after s the due publication of this order in the Lexington I iasstte and do what h i may be necessary to protect their y ' interests in said suit. 8 A copy?Teste: R. R. WITT, Deputy "* for A. T. Shields Clerk, Glasgow tl White, p. q June 7-11 4t. f???S**M *???????+?>??????' ;: Thc : ii Patriotism of Peter! :: A Little Love Story For : :: fhe Fourth. j _ By TEMPLE BAILEY. ' '?+-*?"'??>?++*"?? +?++++++++*??+*???*? 0 H. uiy gmtttmmWWT' said Annette "1 thought you hud MN pn trlotistu. I'eter." Peter stretched tits Inngulil length In Hu- -.-tent wt, Uer chair ou the otber side or the tea table from w. -b Annette flliptserd afternoon bo-n 'nilly in lier rose garden. ?Tear girl.'* he asked, "who can measure patriotism? Uevau-M 1 won't mnrch In ? parada with :i lot of buff and blue Idiots you ch.-ese to say that 1 do not love my country." "Arnold Ada ma Is not nn Idiot" An nette taterrspted. Peter's eye* narrowed. "Then Ar nold Asama paraoVs does he. and makes a mtteei ii to the nccompani ment of apfiraprtate fireworks?" "Ile makes Ins speech In the after noon." Annette ve me bsa f cd. "Even one seems en-.cr to help me out -witt* my Fourth of Jul) Karden party bat you." "Pear Kiri. 1*11 come nnd pSM cak. and listen to the Declaration, but I can't parade In costume." "Well, the men nil look lovely li their new uniforms." Annette inforruei! him. "Somehow." snld Piter, "ft uniform ls associated In my mind erith service There nre tho old recinientals of m; great-grandfather, ali stained wit! mud, nnd the fnilcd blue enpe that ni father keeps In memory of Gettysburg ls blotched with red." Ile shruggeil his shoulders. "Hut lt's too hot thi* weather to dress up for nothing." "Nothing?oh!" Annette flung out her hnnds. "1 don't believe you'd flghl If there vms a var, refer." Peter leaned across the table. "Cou slderlnj. my ancestry," he snld slowlj "la there any reason you should tblnl. that?" "Modern meu haven't any back bone," she taunted. "Don't go too far," he told her. "Mj Idea of love of country Is something deeper than mere shouting for free dom." "Love of country ls courage," Bbc said. "Vou mean?" he demanded. "Thut I'm disappointed lu you, Pe ter." Her eyes blnzed. "1 bellevi you're too lazy to carry a gun." "Stop!" he thundered nnd stood up. Annette stood up too. She sllppec from Uer Unger a wonderful hoop o: diamonds. -There," she said, "take lt. If yoi loved nie you would see my point ol view. It isn't that I want you ti wear blue nnd buff; I want you ti show your patriotism." "Ah?patriotism!" Peter picked ui the ring. "If you ever want this npnli you must ask for lt, Annette. I an afraid thnt otherwise 1 cnn never for give the woman who has called nu coward." "I -shall never ask for lt!" she blnzct as Peter turned on his heel and l.-f ber. When the great day came Annr-Mi tried to Interest bersalf in tho decora tions. tho refreshments. In Arnold Ail ams, who, looking very handsome n his colonial uniform, hung over ber and when ho made his speech his ?.>? <? were ou her. Annette didn't like his speech. I amncked of artificiality. There wns li lt so much of stars and stripes am 1 "STOP I" BK THUNUE11ED the glory of country, but no depth t earnestness, no deep appeal to iii hearts of men. When be had finished he came dow expecting Annette's praise. But sh didn't Kiv? it. "Cau't we gel eira for a moment from these people?" s!i snld. "I'm so tired of the crowd." "I'll take you up the road In m car," Ada nus proposed So it cunie ubout that fifteen mb otes later I'eter Van Dorn, sitting o the hillside, saw far down the cum road a big red car and within lt apleudiil pentlenian In blue and hu and a indy In a rose wreathed hat. Ile saw something else too. Just bi low liim n little dirty, curly headc chilli from the Italian settlement nen by was digging contentedly In th Oust, lissi tn thc path of tho car tha was coming irani the eurva. lt took only a moment for Peter t plunge stimulus down the bank, t catch up the bnby and cross the roai He wns sure, hut the two In the ca bad whitened ut his danger. Annett WHAT IS BEST. lt's armer lirtaj uood thoa bttg; lt's BSflrr bein:,- ni?*ek I ban fi er.-**: It's fitter betag sane than mud. Xiy ow ii li -.p.* ls a nun will pion i Tin? tliicKc-t < loud ('illili ever str.-i. beg; Tbat after Issi returns the Ii ist Though a wide < ulupa*-) round be fef. ?hath That what i>ei>'.iii Iwst Mal cud worst. Kat ii'li-i! (.od blessed on.-* prov.- j..-. ur*t Robert Bro*, ula I mt ure Lin...! lillis you down - makes you an easy vletiiu for organic diseases. Burdock Hlood Kilters puillles tho blood?cures the cause- builds you up. His Promotion. ?Ta.' -wld lillie Joiiniii.-. "teacher ls thinking aboiii prom.MlM*e me." ?'How Uo you kn-.?'."? "From what sbe said today." "An.I wliat was l h.il?" "Sile said If I kept ou I'd belong to the rriiuliiui -.-lass." Foley's Kidney Remedy ls particularly recommended for chronic cases of kidney and bladder trouble. It tends to regulate and control the kid uey and tiladder action aud is healing. strengthening ami bia.-inti;. B. H.lior rell. Drav g the Lin*. "I suppose.' sabl thc timid yoong ninn. "when yon recall what a ba ad some man your tirst liusbatid was yon wouldn't consider me for n minute*'" "Oil. yes. I would." replied the widow Instantly, "lint I wouldn't con? sider you for a second." A Leading California Druggist Past!dena. Cal., March 9. HUI. Foley and Co . Gentlemen:?We have sold and recommenced Foley's Honey iiiia Tnt" Compound for years. We be? lieve it to be one of the most efficient expectorants on the market. Contain n_r no Opiates or narcotics lt can be niven freely to children. Enough of the remedy can be taken to relieve a cold, ns lt ha* BO nauseating results, and does not interfere with digestion. Toort very truiv, C. H. Ward Drug <"?>>.. C. 1*. I'aasons, Sec'y and Treas." ? Vet the origin" 1 Foley's Honey and Tar *'.-inpound in the yellow package. B. H. Garrell. Art and Reality. "I never yet saw a mau who talked like the hero of a story." sold Mrs. Urowcber. "Well," replied her husbnnd. "I nev? er euw a woman wbo looked like the pictures In a fashion magazine."? Washington Star. In tho Wake ot the Measles The little son of Mrs. o. B. Palmer, Littl* Kock, Ark., had tlie measles. The result was a severe cough which grew worse and he could uot sleep. She says: "One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound completely cured him un.', lie lian never been bothered since." <'roup, w hooping cough, inca slea coi flt all yield to Foley's Honey and ar Compound. The genuine is in the yellow package always. Refuse substitutes. Sold by B. H. (iorrell. Mary Knew. Governess- What 1- ibe future of the verb "to tor-..*" Mar* . Pupil "after o pansei To ma r . nm am. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chlldrei Relieve .feverishness, bad stomach teething disorders, move and regulati the bowels and are a pleasant reined*, for *.vorni9. Lsed by mothers for 2; years. They never fail. At all drug gists. 25c. Sample free. Address A S. Olmsted. LeRoy, J*. Y. A Dog's Aga. The age of dogs ranges from tvrerrs to fourteen years when they receive proper care. Ladies Can Wear Shoes One size smaller by using Allen's Foot Ease, the antiseptic powder for swollen tender, aching feet. It makes walkin), a delight, relieves corns and bunions o all pain, and gives rest aud comfort Sold everywhere, 25c. Don't accept any substitute. Sample free. Address AlbnS. Olmsted, LeKoy, N. Y. Men and Peanuts. Borne men are like peanuts?the bot ter for a good roasting. ? Bostoi Tra n script. Your Neighbor's Experience How you may profit by lt. Take Fo n ! ley Kidney Pills. Mrs.E. G. Whiting d MD Willow St., Akron, O., SAys: "Fo son e time I had a very serious casu o kidney trouble aud I suffered witl backaches and dizzy headaches. I ba. specks floating before my eyes aud felt all tiled out and miserable. I gov Foley Kidney Fills advertised and go *'a boltleand took them according t. direction* and results showed almost a a once. The pain and dizzy headache o left me, my eye-sight became clear an< '? today I can say I am a well woman r | thanks to Foley Kidney Pills." B. H Gorrell, V FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEXINGTON LEXINGTON, VA. OFFICERS DIRECTORS B. E. VAUGHAN, President J. P. MOORE J P. MOORE. Vice President REH> WHITE H. C. WISE, Cashier G. E. VAUGHAN H. a WISE B. ESTES VAUGHAN CAPITAL STOCK . . . $50,000.00 SURPLUS FUND . . . 70.000.00 SHAREHOLDERS' LIABILITY 50,000.00 $170,000.00 lu selecting a DEPOSITORY for vour funds 8E0UB ITY is lbs PRIME CONSIDERATION. These figures speak for themselves aud need no comment. All depositors, large and small, receive t.ie same courteous treatment We Solicit* New,Business and Shall be Glad to Serve New Patrons Three (37c) interest bearing Certificates of Deposit issued to those having funds for which tlu*y have no immediate investment. Out Friends Say ". lint the phenomena! success nf the Peoples National Bank is ilue to Ihe iiiteniity and want to please OOUrtesj* of its offioers, ami to the conservatism ami oversight of its Board of Directors. WE WANT TO PLEASE YOU Interest paid OD 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 ASHAMKD OF YOUR FRONT YARD? A BUCKEYE LAWN MOWER will solve the problem for you and will give satisfaction for j ears Price from *?! 50 to *<*<S.50. flyers Hardware Co. Inc. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. I We Are Now in Our NEW QUARTERS Corner of Nelson and Jefferson Streets, where we are well fixed to display our '-UP-TO-D-ATE LINK of Laborsaving: Farm Implements, such as Brown Walking and Riding Cultivators, Triple, Double and Single Shovel Plows, Cutaway Disc Harrows, McCormick Wow ers, Binden and Rakes, Lawn Mowers, etc., etc. Stylish Runabouts, Top Buggies, Surreys, Spring Wagons. Harness, Baddies, Bridles, Summer Lap Robes, Whips and Horse Goods of all kinds. We have also a good supply of Field Peas, German Millet, Buckwheat, Sorghum and Broom Corn Seed, Stoek ami Poultry Foods. ROBINSON <& HUTTON CO. < Valley Heating, Plumbing & Tinning Co. Contractor3 for PLUMBING, HEATING and TINNING RETAILERS UN PLUMBING SUPPLIES. Bath Tubs, Sinks, Boilers, Lavatories, Pipe and Fittings i a IS YOUR BABY RESTLESS?" Se*? the anxious mother bending over the sleepless babe! What ten.ier tula ilu<]<-: lier heart ache* for him. Wise mothers use Dr. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP Which babies like because it cures them. Prevents Cholera Infantum. cures Colic in ten minutes. Keep a bottle at hand. 25 cents at drug? gist*. Trial bottle free if you mention this paper. Made only by DRS. D. J AHRNKV 4 SON. IUcauTowt-1. Ma.