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Commissioner's Notice
Nijcv A. Lkiohtom
William Hits. &c.
Tbe abovD cu ima having besjU referred
to the und -rsijajned Comuileaiouer In
Chancery by tbe Circuit Court of Rock
brielge with eli reset iiiusj ?
To exAiuiiio and ascottain and report
who are the children, grandchildren aud
areal grand uhildren, liv Ing and dead,
o' Joel Hlt?. deceased, with the datea
of their respective deaths aud the age
of those living.
Second: Who are entitled to share lu
the proceeds of sale ind what is the
share of each, and Ile fee simple anil an
mini rental value.
Third: What Hens, If any,of taxes,or
otherwise are on the property.
Fourth: What other real estate past
under thu will of Joel Hite and thu
? tate of the 'iib. thereof.
Fif'h: Any othet matters eleemenl per?
tinent by tbe cominissionur, or efeaireel
by any patty in intel'. Ht, aud make re
port thereof to tbe Court.
All parties Interested ate hereby no
tilled that I will, at hiv ifiltia in l.**x
Inatoii, on THURSDAY, SE IT. 14TH,
Hill, procee*iI b? take said accounts.
K. M. PENDLKTON,
C*>miiiissiou?*r In Chancery.
Aug. 10 -lt.
Valuable Pippin
Orchard for
Sale
l2lK) acios nf tiie tin* st fruit or
acjrii'ultiir.il Janel.
1.660 be?;irii:i4 apple trees
2 four room ii*vi'Ilinp*s.
Fiue* water, plent* timber.
PRICE, 6^0.000
.Vise) tine appia orchard of iou
.ni cs Ure miles fruin rail roue* .sta
tion liver nomi ruaels
1,800 b*fsrila|t! apple tri'es,
1 OOO pippins.
A '0 (.rime's Golden temi ree* ap
pies. Price*. ftaaftOO
For further information, seo
WI Ni: Fl F.I.I) & HA KUKU*.
Rjanoke. \ra.
Why Buy Bread
From Northern
Cities When You
Can Get Fresh
Bread Made At
Home?
FIRST CL ASS IN EVERY
PARTICULAR
FULL LINE OF DOUGH?
NUTS, CREAM PUFFS,
-ALL KINDS tn*
CAKES, HOME-MADE
CANDIES, FRUITS, ETC.
(live me a ca'l. Satisfied custom
follows.
R. J. KENNEDY,
NELSON ST. LEXINGTON. VA
FURNITURE
With a uood line of cheap rued
iuiii and line Furniture we tire iu
**. position to meet your needs.
We shall endeavor to please in
Quality, Price anil Prompt Ser
-ice. Something for the
Hall, Parlor
Bedroom
Dining Room
and Kitchen
tffl)r< 'ernie* iu at 1 let us show yon
UNDER r AKIKG
Our uneleitakiujj* departm-Mit is
cumin -teil in a manner that wlil
prove both leasonable in Price.
Prompt anti Satisfactory Ser?
vice.
Varaer, Pole & Co.
Tba Mill* Str-s-Jt* Purni tura People,
Day Puone|183
Nier.il and SiiihUv Plione*. lfl'J
.REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. a
Mas. Winslow's Soothixo Syrip has been
ased for over SIXTY YEARS liv MILLIONS ol
MOTHERS for their i ll 1 ll 'Kl N willi.M
TEETHING, with l'KRKECT SUCCESS. ll
IsnOTIII'S the CHILD. Seil'THNS Hie CUMS,
ALLAYS all TAIN ; CURES WIND CUsLlC. and
I* the brat remedy f..r DIARRHOEA. Il Is ab>
i*!n!ely hannie:*!. Be sure Bnd a..k for "Mrs,
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and lake :
alad. Twenty-five cents a bouka.
SNAPSHOTS AT
NOTABLES
Hoke Smith, New Senator
From Georgia.
Hoke Smith, tile new United States
netintor fraet t'eorgla. was governor of
the state when elected to the federal
legislature. Ile mi m (il Joseph M.
Terrell, who wns ipfiolnted to till Ihe
unexpired term of the Ut'e Alexander
S. Clay. Mr. Terrell. ? former gov?
ernor <if U_ur_rla mid iroiltical foe of
.Mr. Smith, resigned as soon aa the lat?
ter was elected, This actiou was un?
precedented, as lt has been usual for a
senator to serve until his successor ap?
peared and took the oath.
Another senate record will be broken
when Senator Smith takes his seat.
Ile will make four of that name In the
upper Ina nebI of eoogtmts. Never be
fore In Its history has the senate con
taiued four Smiths. The other three
Smiths ure William Alden of Michi?
gan. John Walter of Maryland and El?
lison Outturn of South Carolina.
Senator Hoke Smith ls a native of
North Carolina nud is fifty-six years
old. He is n lawyer by profession and
was secretary of the Interior in the
cabinet of I'resldeut Cleveland from
MOS to ism; Ile was twice elected
giivcruor of Ceorglu, his first term ex
p_a_a iu um,
Foe of Adulterated Foods.
Dr. Harvey \\ 'ashington Wiley, chief
of the bureau of chemistry. L"nite<i
States department of agriculture, ls
probably becoming accustomed to at?
tacks ou his skill and probity as a
pu bile othYI.il. The most recent charge
against him. technical violation of
law. failed to disturb bis equanim?
ity, and. like ttie sturdy tighter that
he ls. ho DM?.1 ready answer to bis
foes. His fri?iils say that the latest
assault on his Integrity was the result
of a secret campaign waged by the In
PS ^M
T*V&..Vr**--i
-*??**??SEs^*~?
_ 1911, by American Press Association.
dh hahvky w. Wit?*T.
lerests to oust the chief euemy of Im?
pure drugs and adulterated foods from
the government service.
i'er'ia'is no other public servant ls
lieder or more favorably known than
Dr. Wiley His determined stand
agu Inst unwholesome food adulterants
has won tbe confidence and friendship
of tbe people aud a sincere belief In
his efticlen.-y and honesty of purpose.
Dr Wiley ls a na li ve of Indiana and
| la sixty seven years old. He received
! bis degree of M. D. from Indiana
Medical college and then took a post
j graduate course at Harvard. From
1X74 until MS- wben he entered the
government service, he was professor
I of chemistry nt I'tnilne university aud
i etnte cheii,|r-> of Indiana. He ls the
author of several ixtoks and several
b uud red aol ?? ii tl lc p-pera.
CURIOUS EPITAPHS.
(COM Pl I. Rp t;v II A KUY ELLAKD.)
Here Hrs Interred Priscilla Klrd.
Who snni*; on e.-irlh till sixty-two.
Now up on hlgit alKive the sky
N'o doubt she sing* like sixty too.
Underneath tbla pile of atonea
Lies uti that's left of Salli* Jones.
lier name was Lord?lt waa not Jone**?
Kui Jones was used to rhyme with atonal
Here Hrs Jim Shaw, attorney at law,
And when he died the devil cried.
"Ol*'** me your paw. Jim Shaw,
Attorney at lawl"
Here Iles Bill Browne, a lawyer br trade.
Ma nfver told tho truth.
Ile ribbed his clients right and left.
In hell he has a booth.
H?*re Hes a man beneath this sod
Who slandered all except hts Ood,
And him he would have slandered, too,
But il;ai his God he never knew.
Peter Johnson was hts name,
I l.-ii vrn. I ho|>e. hts station:
Baltimore his dwelling place.
And elitist waa 1.1s salvation.
Here Hes Tom Smith.
And. what ls somewhat rarlsh.
He was born, bred and hanged
In this here parish.
Here Hes old Caleb Halm,
By trade a. bum.
And when he died the devil cried.
"Come. Caleb, cornel"
Here Iles Ann Mann. She lived an old
maid
And died an old Mann.
It ls so soon that 1 am done for
I wonder what I waa begun for.
Here Hes the body of Susan Sowder.
Who hurst while drinking sedlltz powder.
Called from this world to her heavenly
rest.
Sh* should have watted till lt effervesced.
Here Iles the bones of Richard Lawton.
Whose death alaa, was strangely brought
on
Trying his corns one day to mow off.
His razor Blipped and cut his toe off.
His toe. or, rather, what It grew to.
An Inflammation quickly flew to.
Which took, alas, to mortifying
And was the cause of Richard's dying.
Here Hes the body of Robert Gordon.
Mouth almighty and teeth accordln'.
Stranger, tread lightly on Ihls wonder.
If he opens hla mouth you're gone ts*
thunder.
Here Iles beneath this pile of rocka
All that ls left of Jacob Cox.
In life he was n politician:
In hell he has another mission.
Here Iles the body of Samuel Seer.
Whose business was an auctioneer.
With voice so loud each place he cried
The folks were Elad that Samuel died
The Texas Idea.
"My first tiotel Job was in a Texan
city," sn id n hotel clerk. "One morning
a guest who Iiml bee'n celebrating un
?wisely Ute night before swayed up to
the desk Bad nskell for some informa?
tion His uuuie was Colonel Haw?
kins, mid be was tbe soul of polite?
ness limier nil circumstances. And
this murnini*; he was looking worried.
" 'Flunk,' be whispered, 'my mem?
ory of last t)ij,'l)t, 1 regret to say, sub,
Is pretty hazy. Confidentially, now*.
what did 1 do?"
'? Volone!.' said 1. "you got drunk
mid afoot a man.'
" 'Anything else?"
" ?e;***. 1*11*1 that about enough?"
" 'lt's unfortunate, yes, sub. But I
wns afraid I bad Insulted somebody."
?Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Cana Beat the Cur*.
Dlseusslu-; faith healing nnd kindred
pheiiuiiii'mi, l?r. QfOfgfl Weston Reeves,
the playwright, said recently In Clueln
natl:
"Faith healers would achieve even
greater cures if they didn't so of tiri
weaken their patients' faith by askln>;
for money. A mun knotted with rlieu
mntisrn Umped Into a Cincinnati faith
healer's office on a gold headed cane.
"The healer made a few passes, then
Bald:
" 'Drop the cane and depart In peace.'
" '*\'ot on your life,' the man said
"That cum* was a present from my
Sunday school class and cost $80.' "?
Los Angeli's Times.
Old Nursery Rhymes.
"Pussy cat. pussy cat. where have
you boen?" dates from the reign of
Queen Kliznl-eth and was a popular
rustii* seing In the old Devon county.
wln>ri> Drake* anti Kn ld-li lived.
"Hoys and (Uris. Come Out to Play."
and ??I.iii'.v Locket Lost Her Pocket"
date from the time of Charles II., the
"merry monarch." It ls not known
that the rhymes refer to any particular
thing or event.
Sewing Hindus,
nindi) bera have to learn to sew
When they uro grown ineD they must
do all the sewing for the family If lt
ls a poor family, and poor me?n are
hlre'd to do the sewing for the rich
families.
Th?> Swiftest Flowing River.
The fastest Mowing river In the
world ls tbe Sutlej. in India. It rises
lfj.200 ft*et above the sea and falls 12.
OOO feet iu ISO niile*s.
Letter Enigma.
My first ls In pen, but not In write;
My aecond ls In blue, but not In whit*;
My third la In zero, but not In cold:
My fourth ls the sam* aa my third, yoe
are told;
My fifth ls In lake, but not tn pond;
Mr ilxth ts lu love, but not In fond.
My whole spells a word
That, with me you'll agree
When von have guessed lt.
Will mean mystery.
Answer ? Pjzzls.
(.'oiiuiiluH .oner of Kevern*-, Kerri*
Creek IMsUrict
I hereby annnounce mvsi'lf a cnn
didate for Commissioner of the Rev
ernie for Kerr's Creek District, sub?
ject to the action of the Democratic
primarv.
a. S. HAMILTON.
May 17*3moa..
Commissioner of Revenue,
Natural Bridge District
I hereby announce myself a_ can?
didate (or Commissioner of the Rev?
enue for Natural Bridge District,
subject to the action of the Demo
eratic primary. I earnestly solicit
tbe support of the voters of the dis
trkt and promise, if elected, to
faithfully discharge the duties con?
nected with the office.
Respectful ly,
WILLO. HARRIS.
April 26-tf.
Commissioner of Revenue,
Natural l.ri<l_c District
To My Friends and Voters:
I hereby announce myself a can?
didate for Commissioner of Rovenue
for Natural Bridge District, subject
to the action of the Democratic pi i
marv to bo held Sept. 7th. 1911.
May 24 t. p. W. Vf. RICE.
Commonwealth's Attorney
I hereby announce myself a can?
didate for re-election to the ellice of
Com von w kai/.rn _ Attornkv or Rook
CHMi CoUNTT, subject to the Demo?
cratic primary.
I). E. MOIRE.
March 15 ll tf.
For County Clerk
To the Voters of Itockbridgo County :
1 respectfully annonce myself a
candidate for re-election to the of?
fice nf Cot'.NTY Ct.KKK Ot Rim K HUI tn.K
Cut'my. subject to tbe action of the
Democratic primary.
A." T. SH IK I. ns.
March 15-11-tf.
Commissioner of Revenue
|_ttimitiin, Va., March 16, 'll
Yielding to the solicitation o'.
man j voters in lexington. I berebj
annOUDCC myself p candidate (ur
Cominis:sioner cif the Rovenue for
Lexington District, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary.
J. Vf. IfcCLUNG.
March 1.'.-11-tf.
Commissioner ot Revenue
1 announce myself a candidate for
CoVMISSIONKH OK TDK KKVKNI/K for
LlMN'e.lrcin Th18TB,ICT, subject to the
action cf tho Democratic primary.
T. M. wa Di-:.
Murch ?! tf.
Announcement for Sheriff
I hereby announce myself a can?
didate for re-election to the ofl
SHERIFF ok KocKHRiiNiii Cointv.
subject to the Demoeratic prim?ry.
R. L. MORRISON.
Match 8 ll :?.!]).
Announcement for Sheriff
I herein- announce myself a^ u
candidate for SHERIFF QMt Rock*
HRiiKiE Cointv, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary.
JOHN Mell ROSS.
March S-11-tf.
For House of Delegates
To the Democratic Voters of Rook*
bridge County and City of
Buena Vista:
I hereby announce myself a can?
didate for re-election to tho House
of Delegates of Virginia for the
County of Rockbridge and City of
Buena Vista, subject to the Demo?
cratic primary.
HUGH A. WHITE.
Aprii 12 11-tf.
For House of Delegates
To the Voters of Bath. Highland and
Rockbridge Counties and the
City of Buena Vista:
I take this means of announcing
that 1 am a candidate for re-election
to the House of Delegates of Vir?
ginia for the district composed of
Bath, Highland and Itockbridge
Counties, and the City of Buena
Vista. Subject to the Democratic
primary.
JOHN W. STEPHENSON,
Warm Springs, Bath Co., Va.
April 12 11-tf.
FOR HOUSE OP DELEGATES
At the earnest request of many
citizens from every section of the
county I hereby announce myself a
candidate for election to the House
of Delegates from Rockbridge Coun?
ty aud City of Buena Vista, subject
to the action of the Democratic pri?
mary. J. H. PLASCOW.
April l.Uf._
For House of Delegates
At the request of my friends to
per.nit them to use my name as a
candidate for the House of Delegates
in the next legislature, I beg leave
to reply, if it is the will of the ma?
jority of the citizens of Rick bridge
I will endeavor to serve them lo tin
best of any ability I may have.
Later 1 will givemy opinions in alet
ter to the press on all queel lons DOA
before the public and some other*
?vhich my observation has taught
me should be paramount at this
time.
Respectfully,
w. <.;. mcdowell*
April _Mf.
Ki r Super visor. Natural l<ii.l_e
Matriel
At the urgent request of many
voters. I announce mys If a eand.
date for the Democratic _t__i__tiOa
for Supervisor of Natural Rridge
District, subjectto the action of the
Democratic primary.
W. E. L. STARK.
April 19-11-tf.
Catching Trains an Easy Matter
When you Carry a ROCKFORD Watch
A Rockford watch is .always dependable and can be
relied upon for the most exacting service. There is a cer?
tain confidence placed in a watch and that confidence is
fully realized in a Rockford.
When you buy a Rockford Watch you are getting a
I dependable life companion on a value received basis.
V. W. HAYSLETT
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
ll West Washington Street. Lexington. Virginia.
Bank of Rockbridge
Capital $65,000.00
Surplus $40,000.00
This bank t;ik-'s special interest io tin-*
yonn-t* -nen of the county and town, and in?
vites thom tn form business connection with it.
PATRONIZE THE
Peoples National Bank
OF LEXINGTON, VA.
We provi-le an absolutely s.il'<* place for you to deposit jon*
mon."..
Monet in thi.s Hank is .safe ; nioner about the Loose is easilj
st, and more easily spent.
Whatever spare change yon have is enough to open a Vat
aoconnt?no need u> wait until von Lave several dollars.
All Kinds of Vehicles
Aa -? *-5
kt {? h\?,-.>>,, ,~v
v\e hive- som.* NORBY
*5***Tl
Buries and
Runabouts
fur the Spring Trael-j
Trj a
Rubber Tire
Surreys, Harness,
Robes, Whips, etc.
IAfYir?Q P HPr'aV OPPOSITE BAPTIST CHURCH
aJrVlvlLsO L<. I luvl\ LEXINGTON, VA.
Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn;
lt you don't it -won't be blown.
The people won't flock
To buy your stock
If you never make it known.
So, Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn:
It's the proper business caper.
And the -very best way
-C. r To m^ke it pay
Is to blow it through thi* ??-i?sr.

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