1912 DECEMBER 1912
ISUN.IMOW.ITUE.IWED.ITHU. I FRI. I SAT?
rpi. 1 sat!
.TV I aaaar
THO C. JA< KSON,
ATI-- H >K y-at-L* W
Ofllco- Koomi- f rm-'ily occupied by
Bon. Williwin .\. \:,.l"i-oii, real Court
booaa m> stans.
Lkxisoton - - - Virginia
GKKKNLKE 1). LKTCHER,
Attoknky at Law,
J I'kkmon Moori. Fuank MoaMM
Late Clack I >. Qoart Hataty Paada
(T)OOKE & Moore.
**?? ArioRNKYB at Law,
1. rushton. Vi
Ptioue Ho 12
I -ask I. v,las,.ow IIi'i.m V Whit
QlaASOOW A WHITE
- -0:>2 Leilliiftou Va.
RoHKUT H. Kt ll WAl.l.Al'K. Rt'Kl
RUFF & RUFF
Attorneys at Law
Notary Public Pbooe 200
okkick: In ivar ol Court ho noe.
-Nov. 1 IS 1 vi.
ROBERI CAI LETT
/ CLIFTON ioltGE, Va
July zo io tf.
R. R.WITT &CO
Represent Old Line Companies
On Headwaters of Mary Creel
L'u<ler authority ot decree of Noven
ber 13th. 191$, iii the chancery Baa
peudinK in the Ciicuit Court of Hod
bruise tinder the style of Naucy i
leighton, etc., vs. Williaiu H. Hit
etc., the undersigned (Special Couimi
stoners ? ill sell tit public auction i
the ii suieiioe of ti. ii. tirant ou Lil
Crook in Huck brid ge County ou
MONDAY, DECEMBER 39th, 191!
Vt ll A.M.
tho lan 1 known nu the "Gulf Faun" I
longing to tho ettate ol' Heury Sc<
into, (boated <ui tho I'eadwiiters
Mary Cieek, containing Hb.>nt Hu act
moro ur taaSattad adjoining tho lauds
Ueorvo Mutter, Kottata1*, Hell aad Cu
lott mid other*; sale in gross anil n
by tlie- acre,
TERMS:-l/o cash and the bu ian
in oue aud two yeais the defeireil pt
monti) to be evidenced by the bonds
the purchaser with approved seeuiil
hoiwKteu l waived, and the title fetal
ed as ultimate security, with no ri jj
to thu |>uivliiis*r tu cut auy timber i
til at least one ut the deterred pa
n elite bat bc-n paid.
O. D. LETCH EH,
T. C. P4YUK,
apoatal c 'i?iuniiM-i..ij,?
The bond requited has been execul
bv U. li. Letchei, rtpecial CoiiuuisHii
K. R. WITT, Papal) Cletk
/cr A. T- Shields, C.tilt Kockbinlg,
rei*?lit to a decree of the Circuit
C.nirt ot Bu**h**4g* Colliny. Vlrglula
Mitered on the 14th day of November,
ISIS, iii isa chancery eatt therein pend
los, iii the name of Lama L. Black v.
Oem, W. Muterspaw'a heirs, the under
j signed, who was hy said decree ap
| pointed a Coiuiuisskiieifor the purpose,
SAITRDAY, DECEMBER 28th, 1912
At 12 O'Clock, a.m.
In the Town of Lexington, lu front ol
the v'ourt-House of Rockbridge Conn
ty. Virginia, yell at public auction th,
real estate of which lieo. W. Milters
paw, died, seized, aud possessed, tht
tame 0OO?t*tlag of
A Tract of 75 Acres
more or le**, situated In Kockbridgi
County, Virginia, on the waterB o
Kerr** Creek, adjoining the landa o
Andrew Tavloi abdotb*?.
TERMS:--One-third of th* paree***
money to he pi id lu OMS and tn* bal
ODO* In two equal it un wal installment
for which th* purchaser will exeeuti
his hoad* bealing interest from the da;
Of sale tavalile anuually, said bonds t'
b* si eurea by vendor's lien retain'- I I
thc deed t<> the purchaser.
PAUL M. PENICK, Poi?'reina*!
I licrebv certify that tho bond r?
quired by the ab.ive decree of sale ha
been executed bv said Commissioner.
lt. R. WITT. Dopaty Clerk.
House and 2 Lots
IN LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA
? j Pursuant to decree entered Novell
: ber lSth. 1JJ12, in the chancery eaui
paadlngj in the Circuit Court of Rod
! bridge under the stvle of Alex Clai
J VB. Charlotte H. Scott et als,Hie un de
j sighed Special Commissioners will se
lat public auction on the premises :
j Lexington, Virginia, as they deem be
SATURDAY, DECEMBER attn, joi
At ll A.M.
the Louse and lot and the adjoiniu
lot on tbe south-east side of Raudoli
Stieet, adjoining the colored sc hoi
Isaiah riollin and others.
i'EUMS;?1/3 cash, and the balam
in one and two years wiih interest fro
date of sale, title retained as ultima
k security, tlie defered payments to I
\. I evidenced by tbe bonus of the pa
e, j chaser, homestead exemption waive
? ! aud the house to be ins med by tbe pl
at | chaser au stipulated by the Ccmiul
-li I sinners on the date of sale, wilh lo
clause payable to the liouded Comm
JOHN L. CAMPBELL, JR.,
C. D. LKTCHKH,
I hereby certify that .John L. Cam
bell. Jr., batt executed the bond r
'limed iu the above case.
R. R. WITT, Deputy Clerk,
dec. 4-12 4t
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Lesson XII!.?Fourth Quarter,For
Dec. 29, 1912.
THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES.
Text of th* Lesion, ? Comprehensive
Quarterly Review?Golden Text, John
vii, 17?Commentary Prepared by
Rev. D. M. Stearns.
Lesson I ?Jesus walking ou the sea.
Mark vi. 45-50. Golden Text, Matt
tlv. 27, "Straightway Jesus spake unto
them, saying. Be of good cheer; lt ls I;
be nut afraid." He often sends or
leads Bis own Into trouble that He
may reveal Himself more fully to them.
He is always in prayer for us and al?
ways sees our toll and ls never un?
mindful of us. If we had ears to hear
we might often hear Him say the
words of tbe Golden Text.
Lesson H.?Clean and unclean. Mark
Til, 1-13. Golden Text, Rom. xiv, 17.
"For the kingdom of God la not meat
and drink, but righteousness, and
peace, and Joy In the Holy Ghost." It
ls not the outward that counts before
God If the heart ls not right. There
must be that which men can fee. but
lt must proceed from a new heart and
a clean heart, a new birth from God
by the Spirit and the word. Christ our
righteousness In the heart.
Lesson III.?Mission to the gentiles.
Mark vii. 24-30; Matt. viii. 5-13. Golden
Text. John vi. 37, "Him that cometh
to Me I will in nowise cast out."
The stories of the Roman centurion
and the Syrophoenlclan woman take
us outside of Israel and carry us back
to the queen of Sheba and all kings
who came to Solomon because of the
Lord to hear His wisdom and to bring
Him gifts, for the Lord was heard
and worshiped through Solomon.
I.ksson IV.?Wanderings in Pecapo
lis. Mark Til. 31 to viii. 10. Golden
Text. Mark vii, 37, "He hath done all
things well. He tuaketh both the deaf
to hear and the dumb to speak."'
Whenever month and ears are yielded
to nim Ile can give power to speak
and hear. He said to a prophet at one
time. "When I speak with tbee 1 will
open thy mouth" (Ezek. Ul, 27). Aa to
the hungry, them He fllleth with good
things (Luke 1. 53; vi. 21).
Lesson V.?The sign and the leaven,
Mark viii. 11-26. Golden Text, John
viii. 12 (R. V.). "Jesus spake unto
them, saying. I am the light of the
world." ? ? ? Bread for the bodv
seemed more real to them than food
for the soul. They were unbelieving
aud therefore more or less blind
Their eyes and ears did not profit
them as tliey should. False doctriiu
abor 'ed then, as now, and we musi
take tu-cd what we hear and how.
Lesson VI. ? World's temperance
Sunday. Hos. vii. Golden Text. Isa
v. ll (H. V.), "Woe unto them thai
rise up early in the morning that tba]
may follow strong drink, that tarp
late Into the night till wine inflaiiu
them:" Hosea was contemporary witl
Isaiah (Hos. 1. 1; Isa. I. 1). and boti
were faithful messengers of the Lon
against tbe sin of drunkenness. Ru
we must not forget the drunkennes
without wine (Isa. xxix. ill.
Linos, VII. ? The great questlot
Mark viii. 27 to ix, I. Golden Text
Matt. xvi. 10. "Thou art the Christ, th
Son of the living God." Simon I'etei
speaking at one time from God and a
another from the devil (verse 33 an<
Matt. xvi. 17). should make us coi
sider who lt ls thnt is vising us. Whll
eternal life is tbe free gift of God. th
cost of discipleship is the whole hean
ed renunciation of self.
LanOM VIII.?The transfigure thu
Mark ix, 1 13. Golden Text. Luke h
35 (IL V.), "A voice came out of th
cloud, saying. This is My Son. Il
chosen; hear ye Him." ? * ? Th!
scene set forth the kingdom in mini:
ture. The Son of Man glorified; th
risen aud translated saints represen
ed hy Moses aud Elijah; a rigtiteot
Israel represented by Peter, .lam*
and John, aud at the foot of the mom
the devil about to be cast ont.
Lesson IX.?Tbe lunatic itoy. Mai
ix. 14-29. Golden Text. Mark ix. '.
(R. V.), "And Jesus said unto him:
thou canst! All things are possih
to him that belleveth." The who
church is as flowerless to bind tl
devil and cast him out of the earl
as were these disciples to deal wit
that demon possessed boy. But wh?
Jesus shall come in Ills glory He w
cast bim into the pit for 1.000 yeai
Lesson X.?The child in the midi
Matt, xviii. 1-14. Golden Text, Mal
xviii. 10, "In heaven their angels <
always behold the face of my Fotb
Which is in heaven.'* To enter tl
kingdom which ls yet to be set up at
fill the whole earth one must come
empty and helpless as a babe at
trusting fully Him who calla ua. Th
we can never perish and may ev
have the guardianship of the aug*
who behold the face of God.
Lesson XL?Forgiveness, Matt, xvi
15-35. Golden Text. Eph. iv. 32 (
V.), "Be ye kind one to another, tend
Hearted, forgiving each other, even
God also in Christ forgave you." He
lng become children of Goa and he
lng in Him eternal redemption, t
forgiveness of sins by HU preclo
blood, it is our privilege to enjoy c<
tinually the love of God and the f
lowsblp of the noly Spirit.
Lesson XII.?Christmas lesson. I
Ix. 1-7. Golden Text. Isa. ix. 6. "Ut
ur a child ls boru; unto na a son
given." Encourage all to believe
that in said of Him. and that as tri
as He was horn of a virgin in Beth
ol-1 hem so truly shall He Lit on Dav!
<"' throne and rule Israel and all natk
?|* I and esta I dish on earth a kingdom
peace and righteousness.
Vaiaafcle Farms For Sale
IMO Acree of flue laud 8 mile* from
Lexington, Va., on a good road, (iood
fences. Well watered. 14 acres In or
ohard, .15 acres Sue timber. Large
brick uouse, 3 uew barns and all needed
out buildings. Close to church, store.
school an 1 mill. It is not often that
such property ls on the market. This
ls a fine farm. You should look Into
thia property. Price only flS.OOO
liieh la low
A Farm of about 100 aorea 10 mil**
from Lexington, Va., 10 mile* from
Buena Vista, 1 mile from National
Highway. 8 miles to B. & O. Stat lou,
2 J miles to N. * W. Station. Close to
churches, schools and stores. 60 to 70
acres lu cultivation aud sod. Nico to
work, crops well,nice to use machinery
on. Balance of laud isla timber. New
bank bara painted aud rodded. Beru
?bout 40 x 60, flue foondatlou, plenty
room for stock ano grain. i>*w granery
with two wagon sheds ne ir the Daru.
Water in baru-yard.cistern aud spring.
Two streams of clear water running
through the place. Apple orchard ot
4 or 5 acres, never falls to bear, plenty
small fruit, 2 flue vegetable garden*.
New 9 room house with cellar, wash
house aud smoke house combiued,
granary and wagon shed near residence,
tool shed, wood house, spring bouse
and double chicken house. Good road.
and a uice neighborhood. An unusual
iv desirable farm and nice borne. Ap?
ply tor price.
t>37 Acree 14 miles from Lexington, j
Va., 10 miles from Buobauau, 5 mile.
to stations on IS <fc W aud C. A O. R. R.
Very close to churches and schools.
Feuced with wire aud rail,well wateied
by spr iiigs,ruiiuiug water in every tiela.
About 2000 apple tree*?al po auotbei
younger orchard, pears, cherries,pl un i
and grapes. N ice roomy resideuoe on
elevation glvlug hue vicwof ?uirouuu
lng country. Ali needed out-buildings, 2
umil truant nouses. Fli.e place for
cattle and sheen. Ou a good road and
in a good seciion. Come aud look at
. a's I ri m. 200 acre* iu cultivation, 300
acres grazing, 187 acree wood laud. Wt
eau sell it for $35. per acre.
7O Acres 10 miles from Lexington,
Va., close to two railroads, 65 acres iu
cultivation, 5 acres in timber, 5 loom
bouse, barn 26xlS4, other out buildings,
over 100 apple trees, other small fruit,
well watered by spring and branches.
Oood laud aud a nice liome*. This
puce includes 27 acres of grow ing gralu
if sold al once. If uot laud enough,ad
jolmug laud eau be purchased. 1'rlct
BO Acre Fatsu4? mlle* from Buena
Vista, 6 iu les from Lexington, Va. 70
ueie-. cleared ana iu cultivation,balance
lu wuou. Marb.e quarry ou place teaU
*.?.r) lier cent. Youug orctiaid 700 peach
trees?OOO live year old, 100 one yeal
old. Fiuit ol other kinds for faiull)
use. Cue of the finest springs In lin
county, well fenced with wire. New b
iooiu bouse, good stable aud glauert,
good ciib, several chicken houses, on.
3 room, hue an au gc meat foi fowls.
Frame pen foi hogs, 40 to 50 bushel*,
corn, 12 to 15 bushels wheat, 1 lo 1 li
tons hay per acre. Lies well, crop*
well, easily farmed, close to two good
markets, school and ch uren within 300
yards. Cw uer wants more Und. Ter mr
cash. Price *ouXH).
331 acree more or lees,| 60 or tit
acres cleared, most iu cultivation, Ik
miles from Lexington, Va. Good road,
good neighborhood, R- F. D. mall.
Large lot of good timber of all kinds,
oak, chestnut, poplar, locust, 100 cordr
bark, 00 acres of cliestuut Umber, ele
gaui rauge for hog*. All kiuds of Itali
on the place, 15 to 100 acres of Um
laud on the mountain unusually tim
for fruit and glazing if .cleared
Fairly well fenced. Weil watered b)
the tluest of spring waler. Soil lu grave
and slate with clay bottom. 8 roou
log house sealed and wealherboardeO
large porch, good cellar, ilixls, BOW
baru, good stable, with 10x28 foots.lied
All needed out timidities. Close ti
store, school and church. Adjoius tin
lauds ot A. C. A ead. Calvlu Ooodba
and Jacob Cummings. This property
is well woith looking at. Price ou_ap
itfll Ac rea 8 miles from Lexiug
ton. 500 acres in grass und cultivation
Well watered, good buildings, plent;
truit, tine grazing. Cau be divided iul<
25t> Acres 6 miles fi oin Lexington
good buildings, plenty fiuit, 40 acre
river bottom, SO acies iu timber, wei
watered and crops well
150 Acrea ad joining corporate Hui
its ot Buena Vista,50 acres iu grass an
cultivation, 75 acres good timber, 30
apple trees, 6 lo 10 years old, 70 pea
trees, plums, peaches, damson*. Ooo
buildings aud good road.
45 Acres 2J miles from Lexlugtoi
well watered, ti acres In orchard, plent
wood, some good timber, buildings 1
fair condition, nice for dairy aud chics
250 Acree, 190 cleared, 6 mlle
from Lexington. Well watered, a we
kept place, good iences, uew building!
plenty fruit. A flue home, on good rotc
and must be seen to be appreciated.
IBO Acree 8 J miles from Lexiugtoi
150 acres cleared, 15 acres good tim be
plenty wood, well watered, 200 appl
and 200 peach trees, Oood buildlngi
About IOO Acrea 9 miles froi
Lexington, tine stats of cultlvatioi
well watered, well feuced, good built
lugs, plenty trait, a tine home.
74 Acrea?10 miles from Lexlni
ton, Va., on a good road, 2 miles fro
Depot. Fair Buildings?Oood urobai
of 850 bearing tree*. Oood fences,
nice home. #4750.
New b loom residence, nice porcl
good cellar, all needed oat buildiug
cistern water, some fruit. Very cloi
to corporate limits of Lexington, Vi
Lot 75x220 feet, or will sell an
am -mut of land wanted up to
acres. A handsome profit can be mai
here Belling off hulloing lota. Wort
looking into. Call and we will aho
New (I-Koora House, two nh
porches, large reception nail, light* ai
A Oood Mill for sale la Roo!
bridge County. Capacity 30 bbl*, p.
day. Quod section of the county, /
the price, this la worth looking at.
For information, terms, etc., addre
Rockbridge Realty Corpomtloi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEXINGTON
13. E. VAUGHAN, President REID WHITE
KEW WHITE, Vice PreHident G. E. VAUGHAN
H. C. WISE, Cashier JAB. O. WATTS
LEO G. SHERIDAN, Bookkeeper H. C. WISE
B. ESTES VAUGHAN
Regtslar Semi- Annual Statement at Close of Business
December SO* 19* J
U ans and Discounts.9407,07136
Bonds. Securities, eto. 1,230.00
D. S. 2% Bonda. 50,000.00 $458,301.36
Banking House, Lot, Bank and Post-office
Furniture and Fixtures. 36 411.18
Premium on U. S. Bonds. 1.917.97
Treasurer of U. S (5% Redemption Fund) 2,500.00
Casu on Hand ... . 27,660.46
Due from Banks.73.443 36 101,103.88
Capital Stock. .... f 50 000.00
Surplus Fund. 75.(00 00
Undivided Profits (net) . 4.568 96
^emi-Annual Dividend (6*Jt I ?? 2 1912 . .1,000.00 ?132,5(.8.96
(?irculating Notes. 50,000.00
Due to Banks. 10,544 80 417,66537
Dynamite on the Farm
^j DU PONT LOW FREEZING RED CROSS DYNAMITE
is being used on the farra for blasting Stumps and
Boulders, Dynamiting holes lor fruit trees, draining
swamps, subsoiling and ditching.
T We carry 25% and 40% Dynamite in stock and can
supply your wants promptly.
riyers Hardware Co. Inc.
ort^iai Hot Blast Heaters and Ranges
Soft Coal, Siack, Siftings, Hard Coal, Crushed Coke, Wood and Coba
Prices $12.00 to $20.00
... AIFULL LINE OF...
Blankets and Comfortables
t?mW Easy terms. Discount for cash.
A FULL LINE OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS
REAHS, JONES & GRAHAH
BUENA VISTA, VA.
tisz To Promise
I have rerr oved my shop from A. W. MAN S
PILE'S old stand, next to Hitching Yard, to
JNO. W. BROWN & SON'S Shop
(J. M. Seusene.v's old stand)
(ST All kinds of Carriage and Wagon Work. Trimming,
Upholstering neatly done. General repairing and locksmith
work. Prices reasonable. Call and give me a trial.
G. L. HAYSLETT
HENRY STREET - - LEXINGTON. VA.
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THE UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
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The United States Government pays you
2 PER CENT
interest on your deposit. Wbv not bring that savings deposit directly to
THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK and receive
3 PER CENT?
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