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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 20 December 1901

DRY wooo sUvr 9 under Bryan's. j &• Our Anthracite Coal Is in the dry, NoSnow.no ice. We also handle nothing but the best Soft Coal, Carefully Screened. Give us a call and get satisfaction. j Mutual Phone No. 59 j JBell " "33 ( Yours respectfully, WM. S. BRYAN, Mg'r. Mention this paper when buying. Cpeetacles and Eyeglasses fitted to, the w eye by E. H. BOLEN, Jeweler. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and^ail Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIKES, Vehicles made to order, and all repair work done promptly and and at small cost. The Celebrated Easy Riding, Noiseless, Hard Bnooer Tires can be quickly placed on any wheels. Id everything our factory hasthelateststyles and is strictly up-to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, it the 014 Stand, Main & Market Sts STAUNTON, VA. Chesapeake &Ohio Ry. IN EFFECT OCT. 13,1901. BASIBOKM). Trains leaves taanton as follows: mo. a— 3:0« A. M. Dally. F. F. V. Limited for Washlngton, Baltimore, Philadelphi...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 27 December 1901

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them t hatthey wlllflnd It the largest of any paper Published In this City. WEINBERG !€tetlt ittg _ €Mmfnn% cry day demonirates the supremacy ot einberg Clothing CoA slyles as leaders in MEN'S 11-Clfi UyUt HH! If it's bought at Weinberg Clothing Co.'s ire is no question in the minds of the well issed man of the correctness of the style, ality and finish. It must be perfection in 3ry detail or you would not find it here, and »st of all we will not allow a disappointed stomer; we insist upon making everything isfactory to you. You have never seen ih a variete of exclusive styles, and here u'll find the Long Full Overcoat—with or ;hout Yoke; a swell garment for swell jssers. The W egt End—for young men ly. Kerseys, Beavers, Meltons, Vicunas, incillas, Cheviots and unfinished worsteds all colors. Boys' and Ckilira'i CMai in all Mes »i Styles. WEINBERG Clothing Co., Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 5 South August...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 27 December 1901

Itaunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Edltorand Proprietor, : istUaiu Street Staunton. Va. A. S. MORTON. Business Manaoer. ' TERMSOFSUBSCKIPTION : for One Year $1.00.) T. I fl r r„,pp For Six Months... 50. J lMuVdlluU In orderto avoid delays,on account of ;> a rsoua labsence, letters and all communications for The Spectator should not be a 1 1 rested to an vindividual connected with he office.butslmply to The Spbctatoe. Telephone In ofßce connects with all city and county linos. Entered at the Postojflce at Staunton, Va.,as second class mail matter. FRIDAY. DEC. 27. Mr. Roosevelt is said to be particularly pleased to meet old Confeds, that is when they head a funeral procession. Capital, says Maj. Dooley, is the most timid thing on earth. It is about time the people should become timid also. Mr. McKinley had a wax-end with which he was wont to sew up the mouths of Southern statesmen. We have heard that the art is not altogether likely...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 27 December 1901

SfaiinlonSptrJalor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year FRIDAY. DEC. 27. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. Mr. T. K. Woodhouse spent Christmas with relatives in Roanoke. Miss Eflie Bucher has returned to Bridgewater, after a visit here. Mr. John J. Shuey, of the Swoope neighborhood, was in the city Monday. Miss Mary Hutchinson is spending the holidays with friends in Richmond. Miss Minnie Connell is visiting relatives in Richmond. Mr. H. If. C'leinmer, of near Arbor Hill, was in the city Monday. Mr R. A. DaPriest, of i3le la Visti is at his oU home in Mt. Sidney. i Mr. Geo. M. Teabo, of Craigsville, spent Christmas day here. Mr. R. D. McCue, of Peters burg,; was : at home Christmas. i Jno, C. Burdett, a prominent citizen of Greenbrier county, is dead. Mr. Edward P. Chamber lay lie left i Saturday for Roanoke, to take appos- t tiou with the Stone Printing Company, g Master Hugh Crafton, son of Con. stable C. A. Crafton, left Tuesday to t visit relatives in Richmond. h. Mr. W. H. Rit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 27 December 1901

DRY WOOD •° 1 t l ene l r, kin ' i ' *"* Bryan's. 5 \3g- Onr Anthrarite Coal is in the dry, NoSnow, no ice. We also handle nothing but the best Soft Coal, Carefully Screened. Give us a call and get satisfaction. j Mutual Phoue No. 59 j |Bell " •' 3i\ Yours respectfully, WM. S. BRYAN, Mg'r. Mention this paper when buying. Opectacles and Eyeglasses fitted to the O eve by H. H. BOLEN, Jeweler. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and all Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIRES, Vehicles made to order, and all repair work done promptly and and at small cost. Tne Celebrated Easy Riding, Noiseless, Hard Ruler Tires oan be quickly placed on any vi heels. Id everything our factory has the lateststyles and is strictly up-to-date. J. Ml. Hardy's Son, At tie Old Stut Main k Market Sts STAUNTON, VA. biiesapsaK? & Ohio By. IN EFFEiT OCT. 13,191)1. KASTBOCND. Trains leavestaunton as follows: NO. *— 2:08 A. M. Daily. F. F. V. Limited for Washington, Baltimore, Philadelp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 3 January 1902

We Invite Inspection of jj Our Subscription List, by 5 Advertisers, and assure ' them thattheywilhind It '' the largest of any paper j Published In this City. \ S3KsaßyE2MErfb3KlSact-ifIKB3BBKI WEINBERG Every day demontrates the supremacy ot Weinberg Clothing Co.'s slyles a* leaders in MEN'S Hill-Class Mi-Maid Ml! (f it's bought at Weinberg Clothing Co.'s there is no question in the minds of the well dressed man of the correctness of the style, quality and finish. It must be perfection in every detail or you would not find it here, and most of all we will not allow a disappointed customer; we insist upon making everything satisfactory to you. You have never seen such a variete of exclusive styles, and here you'll find the Long Full Overcoat—with or without Yoke; a swell garment for swell lessers. The TJfmt End—for young men ,ly. Kerseys, Beavers, Meltons, Vicunas, Miicillas, Cheviots and unfinished worsteds all colors. Boys' ail Cklldrcn's ClotHi in all Grades ail Stiles. WEINBERG C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 3 January 1902

$taunton Spectator */V 0 VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, EiatMain Street Staunton. V a. A. S. MORTON, Business Manaoer. TEEMS OF3UBSCBIPTION : tot One Year $1.00. )T„ 1 flTrniipp For Six Months... 50.1 lllM i QliliO In order to avoid delays, on account or i> jrsoiiaS Absence, letU-rfc and allcommunla scions tor The Spbctatob should not be a 1 Ireosed to any individual connected with he office.butsi'mply to The Bpbctatob. ; — ' Telephone In office connects with all city and county lines. Entered at the Poslofllce at Staunton, Va., as second class mail matter. FBIWAY. JANUARY 3. The President has announced that this Sehley controversy must cease. Banquo's ghost was told that it must down. Mr. Gage has told the country that it must have a greater volume of currency in order to carry on its business. It has not been long since we were told that we bad plenty of money, all we Isked was confidence. Surely we are it short on confidence ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 3 January 1902

Sfatmfon&jiHlafor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. ' — LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. Dr. J. 8. Earman, of Weyer's Cay*. wa< in tie city this week. Miss Mattie Shreckhise is spending the week in Wiuctiester. Mr. A. 1) Tribbett, of near Churchvilie, is visiting in North Carolina. Mr. W. F. Kerr, of lowa, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kerr, near Laurel Hill. Mrs. W. M. Simpson was in Clifton Forge this week visiting her sou, Ml. Frank L. Simpson. Mibs Mary Anderson, of Hanover county, is visiting Mr. and Mis. Carter Mr. John P. East, a rising young member of the New York bar, spent theholidays with his mother here. Mr. Wm. S. Dunn and bride left last Saturday for tueir future heme in lowa. They will slop off at Chicago lor a short visit. Mrs Cornelius Coiner with her son. of Waynesboro, visited the lamily ot Mr. Ernest Nothuagle during the Mr. V. E. Wright, formerly of near Long Glade, but now a resideut ot llliuois, is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 3 January 1902

DRY WOOO ? h eitJr kinds unde Bryan's. Z.&- Our Anthracite Coal is in the dry, NoSnow, no ice. We also handle nothing but the best Soft Coal, Carefully Screened. Give us a call and get satisfaction. 1 Mutual Phone No. 59 j jßell " " 33| Yours respectfully, WM. S. BRYAN, Mg'r. Mention this paper when buying. Opectacles and Eye glasses fitted to the w eye by H. H. BOLEN, Jeweler. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and al! Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIRES, Vehicles made to order, and all repair work done promptly and and at small cost. Tie Celebrated Easy Rifling, Noiseless, Hard RaMer. Tires can be quickly placed on any wheels. In everything our factory lias the latest styles and is strictly up-to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, At tie Old stand. Mail & Market Sts STAUNTON, VA. &Ohio Ry. IN KFFEI T OCT. 13, 1801. EABIBOIND, Trains leavestaunton as follows: NO. *- 2:0« A. M. Dally. F. F. V. Limited tor Washington, Baltimore, Philade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 10 January 1902

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure themthatthey willfind it the largest of any paper Published in this City. _ mtmktfg Our Great Semi-Annual Clearance Sale of Mens, Boys' and Children's . Clothing . is now going on, and in order to sell our entin of winter clothing, we will make the most sweraing selling event we have evei held. TjUfgreatest of all occasions for enormous savings and selecting ONLY fashionable tailored and the most worthful garments, The ONLY KIND Weinberg keeps. Don't Miss This GrearDpportnnity. WEINBERG Clothing Co., STAUNTON'S UP-TO-DATE Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers, 5 South Augusta St., STAUNTON, VA. Next to Agjggj NalioiialjunL sfffrSSfSSl WI«W 1 Wlilfi ltJ'j'f'llV)«gl | For Infants and Children. P" Sffl^li 1 ! The Kind Yey Have * way *| Always Bough! AVfcgefablePreparalionforAs- Pj & I similatinglteFcodandKegula- j tj i.l . | ungtheStowacteandßoweisof .DCaiS tJie i * t"' ' ~*" Signature X/t M Promotes Dige...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 10 January 1902

% taunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Edltorand Proprietor, I East Mam Street Staunton. Va. A. S. MORTON. Business Manager. TERMS OF3UBSCBIPTIOK : For SiTMonths". '50! f IQA.fIY3.ILC6 In orderto avoid delays,on account ol libsence.leUerßandallcommuni>r Thb Spectator should not t>e itoanylndlvldnalconnectedwltu .butslmplyto Thb Speciatob. me In office oonneets with all ;y and county lines. : at the Postoff.ce at Staunton s second class mail matter. BIDAY. JANUARY 10. as and Governor Tyler weni t night at the same time.ad News. ■— *+~0-~++ i fact that Secretary Long and ,1 Sampson are brothers-in-law' i cause of the milk in the cobecomes an easy problem. egro in Massachusetts has de very slowly. Not one has yei to the humble dignity of f isman, or a fellow of Yale. Boer children died in recon ion camps from June to No -. If the English cannot kil l they can certainly butchei dren. gat be dangerous to send Goutj to represent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 10 January 1902

AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAT, JANUARY 10. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. Mrs. J. J. Murphy and children have returned from a visit to Baltimore. Dr. J S. Sellers, of Weyer's Cave, was in tbe city this. week. Miss Kate Hoge is visiting friends in Washington. Mr. J W. Lovegrove, of Waynesboro, was among his friends here this week. Mrs. E. F. Fisher, of Buffalo, N. V., is visiting her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. A. J. Livick. Mrs. Frank R. Bear aud children have returned from a visit to relatives in Londoun county. Misses Bessie and Gladys Frazier,of Lewisburg, W. Va., are visiting their aunt, Mrs. W. P. Tama. Mr. W. Kemp Chew, of Waynesboro, spent last week with his sister. Mrs Harry Myers, iv Norfolk. Mrs. B. B. Catlett has gone to Co lumbia, Term., to spend some time with her son, Mr N. P. Catlett. The friends of Dr. N. Wayt will regret to learn that he is quite sick, threatened with pneumonia. Misses Miuuie and Bertie Christian, Of the Barteibrook neighborhood, have r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 10 January 1902

DRY WOOD °helter. klndS Bryan's. mmW Our Anthracite Coal is in the dry, No Snow, no ioe. • We also handle nothing but the best Soft Coal, Carefully Screened. Give us a call and get satisfaction. 1 Mutual Phone No. 59 j jßell " •• 33( Yours respectfully, WM. S. BRYAN. Mg'r. Mention this paper when buying. Spectacles and Eye glasses fitted to the « eye by H. H. BOLEN, Jeweler. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, ancTall Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIRES, Vehicles made to order, and all repair work done promptly and and at small cost. Tie Celebrated Easy Rittins, Noiseless, Hard Rnblier Tires can be quickly olaced on any wheels. In everything our factory has the latest styles and is strictly up-to-date. J- M. Hardy's Son, At tte oil stui. Main & Market Sts ; STAUNTON. VA. | @B£#I) Chesapeake & Ohio By. *_^ EASTBOUND. Trains leaveStaunton as follows: no. a— 2:0« A. H. Dally. P. F. V. Limited for Wasti lngton, Baltimore, Philadelphia New Yor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 17 January 1902

I Welnvltelnspection of f OurSubscrlption List, by > Advertisers, and assure j them that they wlllllnd it ji the largest of any paper i PubllshedlnthlsCity. Wmmkif§ fPiffeittg €Mmpm% Our Great Semi-Annual Clearance Sale of Men's, Boys' and Children's . Clothing . is now going on, and in order to sell our entire st°ck of winter clothing, we will make the most sweeping selling event we have ever held. The greatest of all occasions for enormous savings and selecting ONLY fashionable tailored and the most worthful garments. The ONLY KIND Weinberg keeps. Don't is TBs W IpMr. WEINBERG Clothing Co., ■ STAUNTON'S UP-TO-DATE lothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. | 5 South Augusta St., STAUNTON, VA. Next to Anesta National Baal The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, £mcl wLicli bas been in use for over SO years, bas bortc tho signature of Rru ' bas been made under his |HS> jCj£/"^'~/~~ ,/ji ~ s onal supervision since its infancy. HZtfcaUK Allow no cue to deceive yon In this. All C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 17 January 1902

% taunton Spectator f AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by I R.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, £ ist Main Street Staunton. Va. j A. S.MORTON. Business Manager. I TERMS OFSUBSCBIPTION : In orderto avoid delays,on account of parsonalibsence.letterßanaallcomniunioationsfor The Spectator should noioe m ldreisedtoany Individual connected witn heofflce,but3lmplyto The Spectator. Telephone In office connects with all city and county lines. Entered at the Postofflce at Staunton, Va.* as second class mail matter. FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. MAGNATES TO THE FRONT. There was a greater rush than usual Of corporation magnates before the committee on corporations of the State convention last week. Dick, Tom and Harry, .President Smith and Attorney Brown, scurried to Richmond and begged tbe committee to do nothing, but leave such matters to the Legislature, which alone, they said, should be entrusted with them. This would be all right if the people were not too well acquainted with the results of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 17 January 1902

Sfamiioii&jitrtafoF AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year FRIDAI, JANUARY 17. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. Mrs. J B. Levy, of Baltimore, is visiting relatives in Waynesboro. Mrs. H. M. Bell is visiting friends in Nashville, Tenu. Mr. H. E. Baylor, of Churchville, j was in the city Tuesday on business and paid our office a pleasant visit. Miss Mary Christian left this week to visit relatives at Holly Springs, Mr. A. E. Hamsberier and his little son visited Mr. W. A. Harnsberger in Danville this week. Mrs. H. Jordon has returned to her home in Craiggville after visiting rei Mr. and Mrs. Martin, of Lock Seven, W. Va., are visiting relatives at Mt. Miss Loretta Wholey has returned t> Mt. Washington College to resume h-)r duties. Mr. Albert Shultz has been steadily improving siuc<! Sunday, and his friends are much encouraged. Mr. H. P. Gibson, of Landes neighborhood, was a pleasant caller at our office Monday. Mrs. Oliver Cleveland, of the Annex com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 17 January 1902

DRY WOOO "Liter,* 11511 * under Bryan's. m£#~Our Anthracite Coal is in the dry, No Snow, no ice. We also handle nothing but the best Soft Coal, Carefully Screened. Give us a call and get satisfaction. j Mutual Phone No. 59 j jßell " " 33J Yours respectfully, WM. S. BRYAN, Mg'r. Mention this paper when buying. Spectacles and Eye glasses fitted to the eye by H. K. BOLEN, Jeweler. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and ail Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIRES, Vehicles made to order, and all repair work done promptly and and at small cost. Tie Celebrated Easy Riding, Noiseless, Hard Rubber Tires •an be quickly placed on any wheels. In everything our factory has the lateststyies and is strictly up-to-date. J. Ml. Hardy's Son, AI tie OH Stand, Main i Mariet sts , STAUMTON, VA. {!%#% CfiesapeaKe & Ohio By. INLBFFE*. T OCT. 13,1901. KAHTBOUND. Trains leavestaanton as follows: MO. *- 2:06 A. M. Daily. F. F. V. Limited for Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 24 January 1902

I ■ Welnvltelnspection of I Our Subscription List, by § Advertisers, and assure | them thatthey wlllflndlt I the largest of any paper i Published In this City. 9PtHifofl9 Our Great Semi-Annual Clearance Sale of Men's, Boys' and Children's . Clothing . is now going on, and in order to sell our entire st~ck of winter clothing, we will make the most sweeping selling event we have ever held. The greatest of all occasions for enormous savings and selecting ONLY fashionable tailored and the most worthful garments. The ONLY KIND Weinberg keeps. Don't Missll ialliortMilf. WEINBERG Clothing Co., STAUNTON'S UP-TO-DATE Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 5 South Augusta St., k STAUNTON,VA lugnsta National Bank. .y For Infants and Children, —..,.,.-- ■ ■miiiiiinii'i7i~iii —mmnm.ii i.n iiiiiii Till —TIT"" nil 1 !!! ""*--~—'~-——- , -~~——*~ ,i -"^"**-"- i '"' j ' - — ——I C _ iSFSplit I im !oy AVegefablePreparTitionforAs- Ijr'l ,w simflatingtucFoodandHegula-'itt t> „ „ 4."U« # i UiiglheSt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 24 January 1902

Staunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, East Main Street Staunton. V a. A. 3. MORTON. Business Manager. TBBMSOF3TJBSCRIPTION : For One Tear $1.00. \T„ A jlirnTinp For Six Months... 50.1 IMUVdIIUO In order to avoid delays, on account ot persona labsence,letters and allcommunio actons for The Spectator should not be addressed toanylndlvldualeonnected with he office,butslmply to THE Spectatob. Telephone ln office eonnectewith all oity and oonnty lines. Entered at the Postofflce at Staunton, Va.,assecond class mail matter. FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. taken unto his bosom a pet scheme with reference to Southern politics. He has been told that the present Republican political beads in tbe South do not favor tbe acquisition of good men as members of that party, lest the new infusion of blood loses them control. For this reason they seek no converts, desire none, in fact repel all lich, leaving them and the negro to institute the whole Repub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 24 January 1902

i union &j>trf aim AND VINDICATOR. scription $1.00 Per Year KIOAY, JANUARY 24. OCAL DEPARTMENT. Logan Turner is visiting at . D. Gilmore has b;en quite several weeks. Sara Ruckman, of Long Glade, ist week with Miss Rosalie BaxlO'COW. .. J. Young, who for pome time n employed at Avis, spent Sunh his family at Bodley. 7. D. N. Cale, of Middlebrook, j :easant caller at our office while I ity last week. James Michie, the popular C. uductor, is confined to his home onsville with pneumonia , L. Woodson, of Richmond, his brother, Mr. J. Hawes n this week. ?. H. Johnson, of Mt. Sidney, chased from Robt. E. L. Cook ere farm near that | lace, ttle son of Mr. aud Mrs. Bernves, of Mt. Solou, who has been is improving, nany friends of Mr. Albert vill be glad to hear that he es to improve. Tuesday, January 28, the sale 3al estate and personal property ,te John J. Laiew will take ar Greenville. j s. W. F. Livers and C. B. Liv>mpanied by their two sisters, ip from ...

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