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H.elUbed Every Wodoeaday Evening
WILLIAM K. KKNNBDY
Editor and Proprietor.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2, 1912
Subscript Jon Rates In Advance :
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?_-Hu?iiie8- local notices 10c. a line
for Amt insertion and 5c. a line for
tact) subsequent insertion.
WILSON THE MAN NEEDED
William Jennings Rryan, who
was the master spirit in the Balti?
more Democratic Convention and
who more than any other man
brought about the Domination of
Woodrow Wilson for the Presi?
dency, is now devoting his great
talents to tba interest of Governor
Wilson's candidacy. With tongue
and pen be is reaching thousands
every week, and his utterances are
commanding the respectful and con?
vincing attention of tbe great mass
of American voters.
The following tribute to "Wilson
the Man Needed" is reproduced
from ope of Mr. Bryan's recent
syndicated letters:
"Governor Wilson has shown him?
self to be worthy to lead tbe great
fight for lower taxes. In his dis
cussions of the subject he bas taken
the side of the people as against
those who have been preying upon
them, and be has given conclusive
proof cf his earnestness in bis op?
position to the nomination of ex
Senator Smith, who. when in the
Senate two decades ago, was instru?
mental in preventing the reduction
of the tariff which the people then
demanded.
"The people need as President a
man with intelligence enough to un
derstand public questions?and
Governor Wilson possesses that in?
telligence. The people need more
than intelligence in tbe White
House: tin y need a man whose sym?
pathies are with tbe whole people
rather than with a few of tue peo?
ple?and I'overnor Wilson has
shown that his sympathies are on
the side of the people.
"But what the people need most
in the White House is a man who
has the courage to take tbe people's
side in spite of the tremendous
pressure that the special interests
can bring to bear upon a President
?special interests which have
coerced both Mr. Taft and Mr.
Roosevelt into submission to their
will. Governor Wilson bas proved
tbe possession of tbe moral courage
necessary In a President."
Wilson Club Contributions
The Wilson and Marshall Club ol
Rockbridge bas raised $1,450 to the
present. The number of contribu?
tors is 23b*, an average of 86.15 each.
One contribution was received from
Dr. J. E. Rawlings of Daytona,
Pla., formerly ot Raphine, Va., who
saw tbe report of Rockbridge's con
tribution in tbe Baltimore Sun.
One thousand Democrats veted in
Rockbridge in the Presidential elec?
tion four years ago. Not one-fourth
of these have made contributions sc
far. Should these others come ic
with their "dollar contributions,'
the cause of Wilson would be great
ly helped. Send all contributions
to Mr. T. S. bur well, treasurer o
tbe club, Lexington
Receptions to Students and Cadet
Receptions were held last Frida;
evening by tbe Presbyterian ani
Methodist congregations in hono
of the students and cadets t
tbe two institutions whose prefei
ences are for these churches. Man
represntatives from the institution
were present. Light refreshment
were served, and tbe Sunday senex
rooms at both churches were dect
rated for the occasions.
Both entertainments were inforn
al. At tbe Methodist church a prc
gram of instrumental and vocal mi
sic was presented, and a word c
welcome by tbe pastor, Kev. Wi
liam F. Locke.
Superintendent Wills has a fore
bands spreading tarvia on Washing
ton street batween Main and Jeffer
Pea,
Juffalo District Teacher* for This
Session
The Buffalo District School Board,
om posed of Dr. H. R. Coleman and
tlessrs. G. G. Tribbett and Wm. D.
beacon, have contracted with the
ollowing teachers for that district
or the ensuing year:
Palmer's High School?N. V. Rod
?iges, principal; Miss Bertha Mer
en, 1st -.'ssistant; Miss Zalia Pultz,
'nd assistant; Miss Martha John?
ston, 3rd assistant; Miss Josephine
saville, 4th assistant; Miss Lenna
? lem mer, 5th assistant.
Collierstown High School?G. N.
* ass man, principal; J. A. Hopkins.
1st assistant; Miss Florene* Jarrett,
tad assistant; Mrs. Nannie Rhodes,
trd assistant; Miss Grace Telford,
1th assistant.
Unexepected?Miss Berta Kiely.
Maple Grove?Miss Louise Os
jurn.
Rough and Ready?Miss Rosie
Deacon.
Upper Buffalo Creek?Miss Paarl
?Md.
Lower Buffalo Creek?Miss Bes?
sie Larrick.
Bouse Mountain?Miss Glover.
Cummings?Miss Grace Mont?
gomery.
Birch Forest?Mrs. Kate P.
Moore.
Greever's?Mrs. Beasie Lam.
Brushy Hill?Isaac Woodson.
Bolivar Mills?Miss Kthel Ander
son.
Hamilton's?Miss Eva Hartless.
North Buffalo?Miss Ruby Reid.
Carson Hill?Miss Bourdine.
Collierstown (colored)?Miss Car
ri? Morrison.
Walker's Creek District Teachers
Following are the teachers of
Walker's Creek district for this
school year:
Brownsburg High School?Miss
Virgin Brown, principal: Misses
Jennie Patterson. Eglantine Beaid,
Mary Leach and Alda Wada, as?
sistants.
Goshen?E. L. Jones, principal:
Misses E. George and Sadie Wailes,
assistants.
Crawford?Miss Marv Lam, prin?
cipal, Miss Annie K. Baird, assist?
ant.
Grand View?Miss Agnes Tolley.
West View?Mise Joe Watts.
Oak Hill?Miss Gertrude Bagley.
Zack?Miss Loula Fixx.
Snyder?Miss Bessie Deanar.
Strain?Miss Lillian Brubeck.
Gravel Hill?Miss Ada Patterson.
Big River? Miss Mary McNeel.
Holmes?Miss Nellie Surber.
Upper Big River?Miss E. Baird.
Bratton's Run?Miss Ruth Dodd.
eOLOREl) SCHOOLS
Brownsburg No. 1?Rev. McDan?
iel.
Goshen?Miss Eppro Anderson,
principal; Miss B. B. Wood, assist?
ant. _
New Lyric Management
Messrs. McWane and Davis of
Washington and Lee University,
beginning October 1st, have become
student managers of the Lyric The?
atre, succeeding Mr. Isador For?
man, who takes charge of Mr. Wein?
berg's theatre in Petersburg,
Automobile for Sale
Maxwell Mascot*, 26 horsepower,
4 passenger, 1912 model, first class
shape. Reason for selling, want to
buy a smaller machine. Address,
W. E. Showaltsb, Lexington, Va.,
No. 6._
Daughters of Confederacy
A meeting of the Daughters of the
Confederacy will be held Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home ol
Mrs. J. McD. Adair on Main street.
The ladies wish to thank tbe pub?
lic for generous contributions tt
the Jackson Hospital pantry last
Monday, "Pound Day."
Communion services will be heit
next Sunday morning at Triuit*
Methodist church. The pastor
Rev. William F. Locke, will, witl
next Sunday night's services, bogil
a protracted meeting, with preach
ing each night at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Robert K. Godwin is dead ii
Staunton, at the age of about 7
years. Mr. Godwin was a nativi
of Fincastle where bis people oe
cupied prominent positions, vam
for many years be lived in Lexing
ton. _^_
The University Press Club o
Washington and Lee has been or
ganized with Mr. N. D. Smithsoi
president and Messrs. R. D. Ram
sey, H. ff, Collins, B. D. Smith ant
J. N. Daniel as his staff.
Mr. Charles E. Shifflet bas bough
from Mrs. M. B. Campbell the C. I
Lotta house and lot on Houstoi
street,
NEW AnVEKTlHE.V_.VTs
DOR SALE?New Bicycle. Frame
"size 2(i, clinch tie, mud guard,
wo speed coaster break, rubber
ledal. Big cycle size. Apply to
SNG B. WOH. Oct. 2 lt
\ BIG FALlT
OPPORTUNITY
In two or three weeks there will appear in all
he prominent farm publications aad agricultural
?apers ot the country announcements advertising
. special ofter on
The Country Gentleman
These advertisements will oller that splendid
reekly publication
Until February *, J9J3
FOR TWENTY FIVE CENTS
I want the people who read this paper lo have
he first announces?w' -bout this big introductory'
iffier and have then (ct thc advantage of it.
Address M. H. DUNN
Student Law Department,
Washington and Lee L'niversity
NOTICE
[?O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned having qualified in
he Circuit Court of Fulton County, In
be State of Illinois as Guardian of
Eliza U Roadcap, infant, notice le
hereby given ?o all parties Interested
>r concerned, that I will by Couneo),
nov* tbe Circuit Court of Rockbridge.
bounty, Virginia, at the Court House
thereof in the Towt/ of Lexington, on
Monday,November 4th. 1912, that being
the first day of the Dext November term
?t said Court, to enter an order direct
hg Frank Moore, Special Receiver In
the Chancery cause now pending in
said Court of Eliza C. McKeiuy etc. vs.
Jas. II. McKeniy's Adm i etc.. to pay
over and deliver to tbe undersigned ar
Guardian mn aforesaid of said Ell?a L.
Roadcap. the fuud dow tn said Special
Receiver's hands and under the cou t roi
of the Court in said caHse. which said
fund amooDtsas of August Int, 11112, n>
$1194.77, for the purpose of rouiovluj.
ami transferring the said fund frou
said County of Hocabridge to said
County of Fulton, lu the State ol lill
iioii-, tbe. present residence of said in
faut.
Thia notice ls glvsn pursutnt to Sect
lou 2ft."fl of the Code of Virginia j\li?
the Acts amendatory thereof.
O. 8. McKEMY, Guardian
of Eliza L. Rosdoap.
Frank Moore. Counsel Oct. Z-12 ">t
1RG1MA:
lu the Clerk's Office of the Circuit
Court of Rockbridge County, October
Ut, 1912.
Staunton National Hank ok
Staunton, Va., a Corporation
vs. Plalntifl
S. Dixon and Jamks W. Smilky
Defendant
IN JHANCERY AM) L POM AN
ATTACHMENT
The object of this suit ls toobtalus
judgment iu favor of the plalntifl
against the defendants, S. Dixon ami
J amo? W. Smiley for the sum of $7501
.04,with Interest thereon from the 1st!.
day of December, 1911, until paid ami
costs: to attach the property, estate or
iiebts owing to the said S. Dixon and
Jamea W. Smiley, or either of them, iu
the bounty of Rockbridge, Va., and to
have the same subjected to the payment
of stUl debt and the costs of this suit.
And it appearing that the attachment
eadorsed ou tbe summons in this cause
has been leturned executed, aud that
the defendants, S. Dixon aud Jame*
W. Smiley, have not been served wltli
a copy of the attachment, or with pro
ceaa in this suit wherein the attachment
issued, and it further appearing by affi?
davit flied, that '.be said defendants,
S. Dixon and James W. Smiley,are not
residents of the State of Virginia, on
motion of tbe plaintiff, il la ordered
that they appear bere within fifteen
days after due publication of this ordei
and do what ia necessary to prof?
their interest in this suit.
A Copy?Teste:
R. R. WITT, Deputy
for A. T. Shields, Clerk.
J. M. Ferry, p.q. Oct. 2-12 4i
WIRGINIA:
lu tbe Clerk's Office of the Circuit
Court of Rockbridge County, October
1, 1912.
First National, Rank op
Lkxinoton, Lkxinotom, Viii
oinia, a Corporation Plalntifl
S. Dixon and Jamks W. Mm ilk y
Defendant*
IN CHANCERY AND UPON AN
ATTACHMENT
Tbe object of this suit ie to obtaiu t
juuguaent in favor of the plalutif
against the defendants, M. Dixon ant
James W. Smiley for the sum of $7,,<n
.04, with interest thereon frc in tbe I st I
dav of December, 1911, until paid ant
costs; to attach the property, estate oi
debts owing to tbe said S. Dixon ant
James W. Smiley, or eltuer of them, li
the County of Rook bridge. Va,, and U
have the same subject ed to the pay men
of said debt aud the costs of this suit.
And it appearing that tbe attach meu
endorsed ou the summons iu thia eau*
has been returned executed, aud tha
the defendants, ti. Dixou aud Jame
W. Smiley, have not been served witt
a copy of the attachment, or with pro
eees In this ault wherein the attaehmeu
issued, aud lt farther appearing by aili
davit tiled, that the said defendant*
S. Dixon and James W. Smiley,are no
residents of the State of Virginia, o
motion of the plaintiff, lt is oiderei
that tli.-y appear here within tlftoei
day* after due publication of this orde
ai d do what is necessary to protec
their interest In this ault.
A Copy- Test:
H. H. WITT, Deputy
for A. T. Shields, Clerk
J. M. Perry, p.q. Oct. 2-12 4t
The annual handicap contest i
golf was pulled off last week an
Mr. G. D. Letcher was the cup wic
ner, with Mr. W. S. Hopkins, ruc
nar-ap.
T?lW AOVERTlSlMKS-MI
Trustee's Sade
...OF...
VALUABLE
Improved and Unimproved
PROPERTY
IN THK CITY OF
BUENA VISTA, VIRGINIA
By virtue of a deed of trent executed
by T. N. Turpin, July l?tb. 1911, to N.
Hair. Trustee, default having boen
uiaoV In tbe payxent of the debt there?
in secured ?tid the beneficiaries iu said
i1>h*<I having directed a salo of said
property,the undersigned Trustee will
ou the
19th Day of October, i 9 \ 2
AT ll O'CLOCK, A.M.
offer for sale, In
Front of the Court House
...OF...
BUENA VISTAsVIRGINIA
the following property, to-wit:
Seo. Blt. Lot
5 4 8 Lexington Avenue, Uood
0 room frame dwelling.
I 37 13 Twenty Eighth Street.
Uood b loom fratsi*<lwei
Hills'.
(Above houses subject
to $1,000.1*1 ifortKMge).
A .Ti Itt Spruce Avenue, fi room
frame dwelling.
TH1KTY-ONE VACANT LOTS
tree. Blk. Lot Sec. Blk. Lot
1 32 1 tt 18 ?
1 37 7 tt 37 20
2 ill 14 tt Si 1?
1 St I tt M 11
2 51 16 tt 32 ll
I "fl I 6 N ia
I 43 10 tt 88 ll
S 17 7 6 M 8
I S3 13 tt 41 8
5 46 13 (J 44 U
5 51 IS tt 4(3 13
ti 6 8 15 47 4
r, : i I 4M ia
I 14 12 ti r.0 12
0 18 4
ti 4 8 i Subject to right ot?
way for road.)
1 11' 20 (Subject to right-of
way for road.)
Terms of Sale?CASH.
N. SALE, Trustee.
Tha above property will be sold for
??nb, but it ls understood that tbe
mortgage of $l,0e>e>.00 on tbe first two
pl**** of property Huted may be ex
tendi il from year to year by agree?
ment with thu mortgagee.
<>?t. I 12 2t
NEW
Millinery Goods
For Fall Season Now
Being Received
IsbsV* Call and inspect my lines
B. n. HUTTON
Everybody Is Savins;
PAPERS
Papers of every ki nd,old and new,
for tbe "Helping- Eland Sunday
School Class" of Trinity Methodist
Church.
Also old books, pamphlets, cata?
logues, circulars, etc.
If you have any, phone No. 123.
They will be called for.
Ladies' Shoes
The new autumn styles are hore* ami the models are far anel
away the most beautiful we have ever she)wu. Taus Ieaei the way
For Ladies, Chihlreu and M.mi.
It's Going To Be A Tan Season
Our Ladies' Tan Buttoned Shoes at *2.50, $3.00 and *3 50 look
ifood enough to eat. We have Laelies' Footwear for every occasion,
walking, indoor, dry weather or storm anti the price.-* are as low as
good ((tiality aud workmanship will allow.
EDUCATOR SHOES
For Children ami Growing Girls are more l*op
nlar ea<;li season. They are so wide ami roomy
gives the toes a chauce to be happy.
Of course* you know about our Ladies' and Wives' HOSIERY.
We are Hosiery Inserts and are sole agents for the Hole*proof sort.
This autumn weather suggests
Sweaters
We have sweaters. Wool ones tt $3.00 in Navy and Oxforels colors
that are hart! to beat. Extra heavy automobile sweaters with the
heavy collars, $5.00.
?"ra**"" We waut to impress on yon the*. GOOD?
NESS of our SHOES. This is a good time to
test this "hot air" we are putting out about our
Footwear. Well, you come in and see for your?
self.
GRAHAri, TheShocllan
SELLER OF SHOES FOR ALLSORTS AND CONDITIONSOF PEOPLE
While We Live, Why Not Live Well
THIS IS MY MOTTO
Youth keeps the world amoving.
Debts keep me moving.
1 have been able to meet them all so far.
And if business keeps up like it is. I will come out ahead.
I am not worrying much.
LIFE IS SHORT AT BEST.
Fall and Winter Goods
Coming in and HAVE TO BE PAID
FOR and Paid for Quick to get a big
DISCOUNT.
Help He riake That
Discount
My conscience is in good shape and
I won't rob you.
I Sell
Clothlnir, Slmt'M, Hut*, Cups
Shirts*, Collars, Cutt ss. Under?
wear, Jewelry, Trunks* aud
aires's Suit L'uki'h,
Make Clothes to Order
Make them to Kit and Reasonable
Prices
Don't go somewhere else to be cheated. SEE OS. My boys, Earl
and Burton, both with me ready to do business.
Respectfully,
J. ED. DEAVER
Phone 25
Main Street Lexington, Va.
BUY YOUR
Fodder Yarn
FROM US
WE HAVE J6oz TWINE
AND A No. I GRADE
J. Gassman 8c Son Hdw. Co*
Weinberg's New Stores
New Fall Suits. Skirts, Waists and Millinery
NEW SHOES AND OXFORDS
TWO EXPERT TRIMMERS IN CHARGE OF
Millinery Department
THE stores devoteo exclusively to
Women's and Children's Wearing Apparels
If lt's New lt Will Be Found Here
WEINBERGS

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