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. MON?JrUE.^WEP.^THCJ. j FRI. :" 6_ 13 20 14 SI 28 8_ 15 22 29 10 17 ii 18 2324 25 30 31 PR0FESS1UINAL CARDS P. R. RUFF ATTOB N KV-AT-I.WV 1.KX1SUTON. Va. Special attention to collection of claim* OFVtCR: 1" rear of Courthouse. Nov. lill yr. OTHO C. .1 ACKSON, attousky-at-Law oflieo: Booma formerly oeeeptsd bj Hon. William A. AndetSOB, rear Court house op St LXXISOTOM ... VIRGINIA 'il-10-tf. G RBENLEE D. LBTCHBR, Attoknky at Law, LBXIN8TON, VA. INotarv Public J. PSBSTOM M?uii:?. Fuakk MooKt LsteCterk Co. <"<>urt Notary Public mOOHE k MOORE. Attobnkvb at Law, Lexington, Va. Phone No. 12 K*ankT.(,la HOOoA. Wsiti qlas<;ow a WH1TK A ttobkeys-at-Law - -or> Lexington Va. KOBEKT CATLETT LAWYER. _ , \ Lexington, Va. OFFICES ' I Clifton Fobgb, Va July 80 10 tf. INSURANCE R. R.W1TT & CO GENERAL FIRE INSURACE Represent Old Line Companies BEST YET A look at my 1912 line of WAI PAPER will convince you that th line is complete, artistic in sty! magnificent in effect and at reinar ably I*>W PRICES. 1 want you to I ee'these without a obligation on your part to purcha: This line is full of beautiful COT OUT liOKDKKs, F A NELS, VAKN1MI TILES, BliKLAI'S, ETC. tor every room at the bouse. Come ucd look at them it will you good. W. S. ZOMBRO PAINTER AND DFCOKAT* Phone IM No. 6ii South Main Street Jan. 3-1 Persons desiring To Settle Subscription; To... The Gazette in woo.!, are requested to bring GOOD WOOD 1\BINET ER air bad a D movements a craro: ..med from the fairest to gnze on h' r fare. And when you had once Been her fore? head and mouth, Tou uaw a? distinctly her aoul and her truth?My Kate. ?E. B Browning. HELPFUL HINTS. Core apples without peeling, slice ir rather thick slices and fry in hot fat turning carefully to keep the shape un broken Season with a sprinkling o salt and sugar and place around th' platter of pork chops Another pretty and appetizing ac companiment to pork chops or roast are potato nests, buttered and browne In the oven and filled with sma creamed onions. Serve beefsteak, for a change, we buttered and sprinkled generous! with parsley French zinc thinned with boiled o to make it of the right consistency is much cheaper white paint than les; paint. Has a gloss and goes farther. Try a peanut stuffing in your roa duck. Take three fourths of a cup cracker crumbs, half a cup of pe nuts and half a cup of tbick creal two tablespoonfuls of melted butt* salt, cayenne and onion juice to tas' Pear Honey.?Orate four mediu Bized pears, add a pint of water a two pounds of sugar. Koli until t mixture drops from the spoon ii honey Pour into glasses and se This ls delicious on griddle cakes makes a fine filling to add to boll [frosting and use on cake. . I Lemon and salt makes a fine cleai for brass and copper. A mixture of chloride of lime t ?baking soda rubbed into the sta made by hard wafer on the enamel the bathroom will remove obstin stains. - A stick with a swab sho be used as lt ls too Btrong a substa to put the hands in. Cse brass tacks to fasten the er on the ironing hoard, as they more easily removi 'i ,L A pretty and rather unusual sala is this: Sliced oranges with a spi !e, fnl of sour cream, sweetened wit k- little sugar on each slice A half of sour cream to two tablespoon Qy of sugar. Modcn Morals. "This latter-day or new moralit too lax for mo" The spi aker was Jerome S. d0 Wade, the Duluth millionaire. continued: "This new morality, which si in its tolerance rather to encoc 'H than to oppoee wickedness, remind 1 of B lad in my Sunday school cia " 'Now, Tommy.' I said to tall ono Sunday afternoon, 'now, Toi what must be do before our Bini bo forgiven ?' "'We must sin.' Tommy replic 5 - Low Wsges for Rescuers. The appalling number of suiclc St. Petersburg has cn-ated a ne cupation for the workless. watchers assemble every day o banka of the Neva and the cam the lookout for attempted sui For each resume the "hero" rei $2.50 from the perfecture of poll one a eek one man made $7.50 1 Kl ?r te. I!: nil he ko al or led mil tai in ats uld nee icet are d ls aon h a cup ifuls ty is Mc He wrns i rage ls me BS. s lad mmy, i can d." les In w oc Many n the (ls on o'dea. 2elvea ce. In n this NGELA DECIDES TO CHANGE HER MIND By MOLLY McMASTER. "No Philip." Angelia's lips were set rmly. "I ulm ply wilt not make up ly mind just now to marry you. My lerary path ls beginning to unwind efore BM and I do not want lt to get ll tangled up with matrimonial du-, es." "You have told me yon love me. An-, ela." Phillp Dorian said gravely; your decision hardly proves lt." Angela flushed. "I do not see ?why. ou Bhould be so unreasonable," she* aid with some heat. "I only wunt, i year or bo In order to get my name Irmly established and then?" ?"V. then." broke In Phillip with nore dignity than hurt, "when you lave worn yourself out burning the nldnlght oil and Indulging in all the illly Pohemian fad*?you will marry ne. Thanks," he said somewhat blt erly, "I do not care to have my love ossed aside like an old glove and sicked up only after your evidently treater love for writing has wearied rou." Angela cast a swift glance at this new, unyielding Phillp. She had never before felt his power so keenly yet she braced herself against his love "If you cared enough about me you would ho glad that I have other inter? ests and a talent for writing." she said half In appeal. "Not when the Interests come he fore nie," Phillp told her with his honest blue pyra fixed unrelentingly upon lier. "Nor do I want my wife to Indulge her temperament so far as to work herself Into mild forms of hys? teria through her too vivid Imagina? tion. You know, because we have spoken frequently of it. that I-want you to develop the talent which yon undoubtedly possess, hut I certainly flo not want you to ruin your nerves ind trope of your husband. In its pursuit." "Very well!" Angela hurst forth with her nope very high in the air, "wo will take no risks with your delicate nerves. Here ls your ring! 1 hope you will find a girl who has neither a nerve nor an ounce of tem? perament In her whole marble body ?perhaps she can make you happy! I have decided to he happy myself!" Angela turned and went swiftly out of the room leaving a trail of deli? cate aroma which was all that was left to Philip Dorian He went out of the house and down the pt ops nor did he know whether he was -walking "Hello Phil! She has turned you down, hasn't she?" It was the charming Evelyn Marsh who had blool d his way with her melodious voice. '"Poor hoy?and you do love her, don't you?" Kvelyn had turned tnd put her arm affectionately Into bis. "No." said Philip contrary to his sense of honesty. "No." Kvelyn Marah smiled and a flush rose and remained in her cheeks-She s drew a trifle nearer and unconscious (1 ly Philip's foots? rps were guided bj " . the pressure of her arm. _ I During the following weeks, am caught on tho rebound. Phillp fount himself constantly with Evelyn. And Angela from ber little studio a the top of the house looked down wit' slowly breaking heart to the capti\ Itv of Philip Because she had a sudden feel in of loneness and because she ha caught sight of Phillp and Evely but the?e In the village street Angel called up Toni Raynor on the tel phone. "Can 1 change my mind about g lng to the dance with you tonlgl Tom?" she asked when she heai Tom's voice over the telephone, do not deserve it but may I? Yi are a dear. Yes, pink?that Is swe of you. Daddy will drive us over the car If you like. All right, by-b; Angela rejoiced that her coura had permitted her to attend a dan at which she was sure to meet Phi and Kvelyn Marsh. She looked unusually beautiful her delicste pink gown and with ornament in her hair save one of I pink rosebuds that Tom had sent li When Philip saw her his heart gi a great bound. "May I have a dai ?for old times sake?" he asked I lng to hide his jealousy at sight Tom Raynor's roses "Two If yon like, Phillp," she m answer In a voice sweet and with the strain of emotion Whee their first dance came Ph approached Angela with a sligl unsteady step. He put his arm fir about her and when she was c more within the circle of his arm dree a great breath of relief and tentnient. As for Angela, she only sighed i ly. llecause they had danced much together they swung into feet rhythm. "Angela," he said suddenly, have come to tbe cross-roads. 1 i you to be your old sweet self tc tonight and decide something for Will you?dear?" Philip's eyes were shining wi love she had never seen there fore. "I have much to decide tor Phillp," she said quickly. "Some ie going to make me answer tonight but I will be glad to heit If I can." Angela rejoiced In qolck clasp of Philip's arm as would hold her from* any other t "I nm either going to risk life's happiness and propose to lyn or," Philip looked hungrily at Angela, "1 am going to risk ; er refusal from you. Which sh 1 be?" "I do not think Evelyn loves | Angela eald shyly, with a deep - *- - "---j I ri n lip in BO be er ive iee ry? ot Valuable-Farms For^Sale t^l> ACfM of Hue laud B miles from i-\in^t"n, Va., ou a good road. Ones' ?ces. Well watered. 1 I SONS Bl ur m rd. IS lures t!ue timber. Large rick HMM, "?.' new hut us iud sll aesdsd nt buildings, Close io church, state, ? heel un I 'lilli. lt la llOt odell that tah property ts ost tho aaarket Thia u fine tm iii. You sstoeld lock into ita i ' ?!'<ny. Trice only irtJ.iHxi hich ls ? v A Kartu of about UH) acres 10 miles ?om Lexington, Va., 10 milo* from teena Vista, 1 mtl<> from National liarhway.Ssslles te B. A; i>. station. | miles to N. A W. Station. I'lo.-e t'> burches, schools and stoics. tin to 7o pres la cultivation ami sod. Nico lo iork, crops wei I, nico to uso machinery n. balance ol lund ia in timber. Mew auk bom painted mel rodded. Parn bout IO x 00. line foundation, plenty oom tot StOOtf ana grain. i*ew ginnery rith two wagon shoiln ueir the barn. iViii.T in hui u-yaid,cistern ami spring, Pwo ?trasses of clear water running brough the piece. Apple orchard <>i i ni > acres', novel' fails to bear, plenty inn11 flint, 2 liue vegetable giiulcns. Sf? :i room hoese w'th cellar, wash loiiv ami smoko house combined, [rm srj and wagon shod lear fOOidOUOS, col shed, wood house, epriug SOOS1 ind double chicken bouse. Hood rood* ucl s Dies i eighborhood. An uniimul !> desirabletarsaead nice boone, Ap ply tor puce ?>:$7 Acres ll miles trosB Lox ngtoii. Va., 10miles (rom Boehaaoa, ?> ssilet Lv. ?tntioai on N I W una C. I i?. K. lt. i, ci y close to oharehes sad seeools. Fenced with wire and rall,well walaroo' bj *priuas,rnnutag Hater m every Bold. about SOW upi 'ie trees- sleo aooihoi youugei orchard, nears, cherries,plum and grapes. Nice roomy residence oi el.Mil ion (. iv ing tine view of silt loiun.1 in t; i ..uiiiry.Ai soc dod out-build tsars, - niii;( bOQSCa. i'll e ; Ince fol ? attic lind sheen. On a good mad aud m a good section. Lome and look hi il m. V!00 acres in cultivation, MU*.' in.-.iiig, 187 sores wood lund. NV' . h foi I 'i.per set*. 7?l Ali cs 10 milt s from L. xington Va., close t<> t ec railroads, 68 seres li itioo, > lure.-, lu timoor, 6 n>ou .. 20*84, other out building* ovei IOU apple trees, othoi ka:ell Iruil >\. watered by spring sad brsncbeii laud anil ii nico home. Tbi i,i icc Includes 81 ?< res ol grow Ing areli if toUl nt once lt m i laud onougn,ad j,>mii u Un.'i i an be petehsM d. i rte? I SUI Acre Finn; I. nilli* iiuiii Hue lu , 'in lee irtiu Lexington. Va 7< aeie cl?eredano tu ccitlsatles>,belsnei in WOO) . .Mnlb.e ipiany OU pince LSOtl ii:, 1.1 i ci i. \iung urcbaid 100 peocl (,,.> i.in' Uve yeal old, UKI uud joni ol"l. Kihi", ul oilioi kinds- for (audi) u.-i . <>ne of itio iiiie-t springs-m tm oouuty, well leuced Mitti wac Mee I room bOUOO, goml stable uud ginnery good ci iii, several chloheo houses1, oui ;i loom, lino arning* mei.I lui towls lnunc pen lol hog". 1<> to "><l bushell corn, 12 to lo bu.-lit if winni, 1 to 1 U. lou? liav per ucro. Lie.-, well, crop well, eaniy lensed, clots to two guee luurWett*. scbool ninl cburcii within Hot yardb. Owner wents more laud. Teran oseh. l'rice 16000, 331 acri'B mure or lc.--r', BO or *.m acres eloerod, most in Cultivation, 1! miles from Lexine ton. Va. Good rood good neighbiiilen.nl, H. F. 1). inaii Large lia ol goi"l tlintier of nil binda oak, ebestaut, poplar, locust, iou cord bark, till aero- ol cbestuut Umber, eic gaul ratii-c for lines'. All kimli-of tiui ou the place. 75 lo IOU sores ol tin laud ou the mountain unusually lin lor (mit and gia/.ing it .ili-iire Fairly well fenced, Weil watered b lbs Buest of spring water, nui is gravi and slats wah day bottom, mioi log house BCOled nini wi-allii lin in ile imge poich, good cellar, 16x18.go* liam, good stable, with l0\2!3 ti.ut l Ill All needed oul nuildiugs. UloOS ^?toie, school ainl chun li. Adjoins ll lands of A. C. tead. Calvin Ucodb and Jacob Cummings. This propOT is well woltli looking at. 1'iico o':_n pilcal ion. till Acres !) uile.-i from l.e.xin iou. COO sores lu grass sod eultlvatlo Well watered, good buildings, pion I mit, line giii/.mg. <'nu be divided ii two flinux. 1250 Acres G miles from Lexingh good buildings, plenty fi nit, 40 nc river bottom, HO am ea in timber, w watered and clops, well 15t) Acres adjoining oorporete li itu ol I lucim Vista, SO seres ls grass i , ultivntioii, 7o aeres good tim bier, appletrees, 6to 10 yesreol'i, 70 pi trees, plum.", peewbee, dampens. li< ouiiuiugs said ROOd road. 45 Acres 2$ miles from LexlOSjt well watered, 0 seres lu orchard, pie wood, some good timber, buildiugi fair condition, nice lor dairy uud chi eua. nie nut mp i th? inly nee be c-on soft so per "1 Mint me me. th a be iKht. i one him i you the if he nan my Kve down moth all lt you." flush 250 Acies, mo cleared, 6 tu from Lexington. Well waisted a^ kept place, good lenci'K, new buildii pleuty fruit. A tine home, on good r< aud must bs sosa t<> be appreeistod, ltIO Acres B| milesfross Leiiug loo acres cleared, IQ seres good tm plenty wood, Well watered, 200 a| aud 200 peach treoO, Uood buildii About IOU Acres St uaileb 1 Lexington, lino .-tate of cultlvat well watered, well fenced, good bi bags, plenty I r ii it, a line home. 74 Acres?10 miles from Lei too, Va.,'on a good road, 8 miles Depot. Fair Huildings?Good orel of 350 boarlug tieea. Hood feuot nice li.>iiie. $4750. New H i mini residence, nice p< good cellar, all needed out build cistern water, some fruit. Very to corporate limits of Lexington, Lot 75x'^20 feet, or will tell nm iinit of laud wanted up acree. A handsome protitcau be i bern selling off bet lu lag lots. VN looking into. Call uud we will , you. . New li-Koom House, two porches, large reception hall, light steam heat. A limul Mill for sale in 1 bridge Couuty. Oapncity 20 bbl; day. Good section ot the couuty the price, this is worth looking at For Information, terms, etc., rn Kockbrtdige Keulty Corpora laington. Va, IRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEXINGTON LEXINGTON, VA. OFF1CKRS DIRECTORS I. E. VAUGHAN, President IBID \\ ni ri:, Vioa President l.C. W ISl'.. < ashier JSO G. SHERIDAN, Bookkeeper REID WH1TK (i. E. VAUGHAN ?IAS. (). WATTS ll. C. \\ INK R. EBTEB VAUGHAN Regular Semi-Annttal Statement at Close of Business December 30. I9ii RESOURCES a-ms and Discounts.9407,071.^6 toads. Seoul-it ie*, ete. I,SS0.00 J.8. >><-, Bonds. 50,000.00 1458,901.36 Rankine; House, Lot, Dank and Post otlice Furniture ead Fi xiii ros. 96 411.18 'uuniuin un I' s. Conda. L919 97 I'lensiirt r of I". S |.r><; llodoni|.tii>n Fund) 9,100.00 usli OH Hand ... . f7,660.46 Due fruin Hanks ....... . 7M 443 :!<> 101 1o:l.S2 ?600.S34.3S LIABILITIES Gapital Stock.*:>o 000 CO Surplus Fund. Undivided Profits (net) ^emi-Aiiiiuul Dividend (6%) Jan. 'insulating Note*. DKPOSI r ? individuals. Due t<> Henka. HM-2 75.1 00 o<> 1 568 '.?(') 3,000 mt 6l38,M<8.96 60,000.00 (397.191 t>7 (0,544 30 417,665 :i7 Si;i ii 234.33 5^X5) THE LASTING IMPRINT OF QUALITY. I As Jewelers, we must tell you tHat it is QUALITY rather* iHa.i\ price which should bc considered in baying a watch. When we sell you a ROCKFORD WATCH, wc know we have given you the highest possible value for your money, even if it is a trifle more than you might pay for an inferior watch at some department store, or mail order house. V. W. HAYSLETT, Jeweler WASHINGTON STREET LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA THE THINGS THAT MAKE THE MERCHANT Arc the (rood will and confidence, of thc pnblio< We thank onr friends and patrons for tl is. Wt; have a busy, np-'o date eton /How no one to have helter wares than wo ami at prioee in keeping with quality. If yon want Giana Jami Tops and Gnaw* Jell j Glasse* or Ket? tle* eal] uiid see us. If yon want Groeeriesfnone hotter), come it vim want Maltings. Oilcloth) Lil oleum and Matting Boga wo *el! them. If jon want iiu, Wooden, Enamel, Galvanised, ida** and Diahware look at ouratoek. Shoes, Notion* Btaple l'r\ Gooda. Men's Wear. LOOS ;;t 'hem. We liave bargains all tbe time. Never Ret tired trjing to please the public (Jive us a call. W. Ha*ry Agno*? 9 South Main Street WK ?ll lu? nn. SOU ?III MU lill, lll\ | lil lok Ita ?veli igs, jail, ton, bar, ;iple UgB. rom iou, iilil ;1lk fl'oiu lani ia, a .ireh, luna, ulose Va. auy to B T*v* To Promise I have re r oved my shop from A. W. MASS PILE'S ol J stand, next to Hitching Yard, to JNO. W .BROWN Sc .SON'S Shop (J. M. Eenaenej'a old stand) ftnT" All kinds of Carriage and Wagon Work. Trimming, Upholstering neatly done. General repairing and locksmith work. Prices reasonable. Call and ^ive BM ? trial. G. L. HAYSLETT BEN KY STREET I K.\ I NGTON, VA. Open an Account in the Bank which -THE United States Government HAS MADE A DEPOSITARY Of Its Postal Savings Funds Yon will receive tbe same courteous treatment whether your deposit is for one dollar or ten thousand dollars. Onr Savings De 'orth rartmeut still invites you to save. THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK Dr. FAHRNEY'S TEETHIN6 SYRUP Expel* fruin thc stomach and bowels the th ines that make baby cry in the night. lets mother and baby sleep all night < ul get a Rood rest. Corel Colic in ten minutes; ia a splendid medicine (or Diarrhoea, Cholera Morhus and Sour Stomach. You can't get mything better for peevish, ailing, pale, skinny, under-sized babies, as c.-nts at durg stores. Trial Kottle FREE by mail of Ors. I\ lahrney & Son, " Md., if you mention this paper. HagerstowOf LETS BABY SLEEP ALL NIGHT.