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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 9 May 1902

f fnimlott&sj-etffltor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, MAY 9. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. it is probable that cement on a large style will be manufactured here. >trs John W. Bird, of Mill Gap, I bland county, is visiting relatives i. . r the city. r. M. Steele, of Steele's Tavern. in Covington last week on busi- ■ i. j r. Goodioe Ramsey, of Big River. the guest last week of Mr. II A. .. son, near Rockbridge Batbs. •irs. Maria W. Howard and son. Bo .crt, of California, are visiting rela iiv; s in this county. 'issSallie Clarke, of Greenville, who been confined to the house all winwit'i erysipelas, is much improved. r. W. Massie Warwick has returnio Fire (.'reek, W. Va., after spendin. a few days with his family here. iss Mary Burgess, of Basic City, ij> lie guest of Miss Axie Reeves, of Solon. ;rs. R. A. McGuinnity is visiting daughter, Mrs Woltein Williauisidge (Jeo. M. Harrison has return-1 rom a visit to his brother, Mr. Ran-1...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 9 May 1902

*' §. IN OLD "j jM FASHIONED W gm W LEECHING DAYS * mWmm iiSsi They used to draw the poison from the blood by I lU* drawing the blood from the body. To-day the I W§( i : m blood is cleansed in the body and the poison is % llf 3*l drawn off by excretion. The leech has gone out of l« W m use. YACJER'S SARSAPARILLA WITH CELERY 8 'Jrl takes its place and does the work better. ;*j § a You can readily tell when the blood is poisoned. f§ ij There are blotches on the face, scales of scrofula on the i| " JH scalp, the stomach is deranged, food fails to satisfy, listfejv. V3i lessness takes the place of vigor, rheumatism racks the lllvife Vf limbs, nerves are unstrung—these and other signs are WOM* |f unmistakable evidence that your blood needs the Wt f MODERN METHOD OF i| I PURIFYING WITH I YAGER'S 1 I Sarsaparilla. c&V I I If your system shows any sign of weakness, don't dally I I with it for a moment—get this sure cure. We say I 1 sure, because all around you in this and neighb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 16 May 1902

We invite inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure themthatthey wlllflndit the largest of any paper Published In this City. Tie Winben Hi tajnr Have Something to Interest You. Watch is Space For Their New Advertisement. Forjafanta and Children. If ASfQRIi S| The Kind You Have Ik!-- :; r: fc ™ 1 Always Bough? •A\fcgetablePreparationforAs- «> similatinglliefoodandßegula- Jij -r> j.l # ! ting the Stomachs anilßoweis of 1583,18 tUG g ft —-'— .- ! 1 Signature JAm Promotes Digeslion.Cheerfut- ! " g %/ \j&> ness and Rest.Contains neillier nf gm, /? IP Opium.Moiphine nor Mineral. ** #1\ \r^ Not Narcotic. ■! \LIN | \f\ Seed-" , KJ* » Rackelle Setts - f a I « .Aim*, W » I A . H B * SS f fhppermint - / II B j i-t 5? 11l 2fe CaiiaialpSoda I I 3 1 / 8 H6rr»Se*d- fei & Clarified ■ Iblpar ."iSflMk 5? f* 5! MStterytr-e.t Itae / St f f! £% fil is! F \| Afi yho A perfect Remedy fbrfonslipa- I! j & yr ww ** fio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 16 May 1902

itannton Spectator AND VINDIOATOR. Issued every Friday morning by] R.S.TURK, Edlterand Proprietor, East Main Street Staunton. V a. A. S . MORTON. Business Maiager. TBBMBOFSUBSCHIPTION : for One Year $1.00.1 For Six Months... 50. J InAilvaiice In orderto avoid delays,on account of rjergonalabsence.leUersandallcommunioatlonsfor Thk Spectator should not ,s<s addreiaedtoanylndlvldualconnectedwltn heofflce.butalmplyto Thk Spectator. Telephone In office connects with all city and county lines. H titer ed at the Postofflce at Staunton, Va.,as second class mail matter. FRIDAY. MAY 16. ISRATS GETTING TOGETHER. Is but little hope of getting ocrath: party together so long who deserted It in 1896 con- > inform tbe great mass Of its who supported the regular what great fools they were, that tariff is to be the issue. Jleveland who on one occasion . message containing nothing ff talk, incurred the hatred of (T lords and they combined to iim. They put up their money mllions, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 16 May 1902

SfflaninnSprflafor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, MAY 10. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Mrs. Newton Argenbright is on a I visit to Washington. Miss Lizzie McCne has returned from a visit to rela ives in Richmond. Mrs. S. D. Gilniore left this week to visit relatives in Richmond. Miss Gusßie Shae is visiting friends and relatives in Roanoke. Mrs. Charles R. McGufnn and chil dren have returned from a visit to Clifton Forge. Mr. Bert Staples, and U. W. Staples aud Bert Staples, jr., of Roanoke, spent Sunday herewith relativesand friends. I J. 1! ( lein and bride, ot New York, were m the city last week visiting his Rev C S. l.ingamfelter, Presbyterian Evangelist, filled the pulpit cf the Sec ond Presbyterian church last Sunday. Mr. C. F. Neel, of near this city, re turned Tuesday from a visit to his former home in West Virginia. Mr. Geo. Berlin, of Philadelphia, speut several days here with his uncle, Capt. Chas. A Holt. W. F. Pilson, of Union Theological Seminary, is spending...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 16 May 1902

Water Powers in Virginia. The development of Virginia as a water power state seems to be a possibility in the future. It has hardly been realized in Virginia, as in most of the southern states which follow the Appalachian belt, what a wealth of unused power in the water courses awaits the demands of industry. The c ise ot the James River well ill ustrati s this fact. To some extent this stream has already been utilized by manufactures, but there are still many decided falls along its course at which it will be possible to develop powers of considerable magnitude. To a greater or less extent the same is true of the Roanoke, Dan, Staunton, New, Shenandoah and other streams In tbe state. These rivers are all being systematically studied by the Division of Hydrography of the United States Geological Survey. For a number of years g <ging stations have been maintained upon them and measurements of discharge made and records of gageheight kept, so that the approximate discharge ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 23 May 1902

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey wlllflnd it the largest of any paper Published In this City. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS WEINBERG CLOTHING CO. Carnival Week! j 1 1 I A 1 * 1 J* * * 4- *s\ __ A will offer special inducements during Carnival week. Any one visiting our store during the Carnival and purchasing $10 or more worth of goods, we will allow one-half of your railroad fare by showing your ticket. Any purchase made at our store by those not coming by rail, we will allow a discount of ten per cent. Weinberg Clothing Company Tbe Reliable Cliiers, fairs ail Hers. 5 S. Augusta St., Next Aug. Nat. Bank, STAUNTON. VA. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of and has boen made under his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to dccc ive you in thi.i. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good* are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 23 May 1902

Staunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by K S.TURK, Edltorand Proprietor, Main Street Staunton. V a. S. MORTON. Business Manager. TBRMSOFSUBSCRIPTION : for One Tear $1.00. For Six Months... 50. In orderto avoid delays,on account of personalabsence.lettersandallcommunloatlonslor Thb Spectator should «">'.je addressed toanylndlvldualeonnectedwltn heofflce.butslmplyto Thk Spectator. Telephone In office connects with all elty and county lines. Bntered at the Postojjlce at Staunton, Va..as second class mail matter. FRIDAY. MAI 23. AT THE CORONATION. Mr. Whitelaw Reid, special envoy to the court of St. James to represent these United States at the coronation of King Edward, has sailed. He no. doubt feels the weight of his responsibility and the airiness of his trousers. He will amble before his most gracious majesty in the gaib of a flunkey, and prance in lace and feathers, shoe buckles and knee pants, with tbat elegance and grace which our rich are fast...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 23 May 1902

$. l fl»ii!ousptrUfoF AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, MAY 23. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. Harry Warwick, of Bath county, is visiting relatives at Ft. Defiance. Miss Mary Foster is the guest of Mrs. Hugh M. Taylor, in Richmond. Mr. C. E Gilmore, of Greenville, was a caller at our-ofliee Tuesday Mr. Harry Coleman, of Roanoke, is vinting relatives here. Mrs. E. <;. Pendleton, of Augusta Springs, was in the city AVedne^day. Mrs. Bottle Irvine bas returned from a visit to friends in Bluefield, W. Va. Prof. W. A. Howies spent a few days in Louisa this week. Mr. A. M. Valz spent several days with his family here this week. Miss Mary Shepherd McCue. of Waynesboro, ie visiting friends in Rich Rev. A. H. Hamiltou, 1). D., of Steele's Tavern, was iv the city Mon Rev. E. C. Cronk and wife, of Wayneslmra, attended the Lutheran Synod In Buena Vista this week. Mr. H. H. Harlow represented the Staunton Red Men at the convention , Roanoke this week. ] Mrs. Mary F. Kio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 23 May 1902

smmaaamajsmmmssmmsmmsmmmammmmsmmmm 20 lbs. s/B lood i4yo\ir bodiH UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA IT IS THK Capstone »f the Public School System of the State. Free to Virginians In the Academic Department. Letters. Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering. Session Begins 15th September. For Catalogue address P. B. Barringer, Chairman, Charlottesville, Va. ap2s-2m PURE ICE PURE WATER EMade by Latest Improved Machinery and up-to-date Methods. sfaction and Full Weight Guaranteed, lem Brothers, North Central Avenue. Both Phones. Btaunton, Va. CAREY'S feznesia Flexible Cement Roofing, FOR FLAT OR STEEP BURPACEB Is Durable, Economical, Practical. Is especially suitable for buildings, such as Factories, Foundries, Warehouses, Barns, Boiler Houses, Engine Rooms, Dry Houses. Uattle and Lumber Sheds, Distilleries, Powder Magazines, Elevators, Flour Mills, Railway Shops, Round Houses, Dwellings, Saw aud Planing Mills, Store Rooms, Business Blocks, etc., etc., etc., etc. CEMENT ROOFISU affords thorough Fire ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 30 May 1902

Welnvltelnspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey will find It the largest of any paper Published In this City. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS WEINBERG CLOTHING CO. Carnival Week! In order to further introduce our Clothing throughout this and adjoining counties we will offer special inducements during Carnival week. Any one visiting our store during the Carnival and purchasing $10 or more worth of goods, we will allow one-half of your railroad fare by showing your ticket. Any purchase made at our store by those not coming by rail, we will allow a discount of ten per cent. Weinberg Clothing Company Toe Reliable Mr, Tailors aii Furnishers. 5 S. Augusta St., Next Aug. Nat. Bank, STAUNTON, VA. - ■■■~ bjh ; VliU I *^ c oy ays sßsfli Always Bought AfcgetablePreparationforAs- sfj J» ; similatinglheFoodandßegiiia- 1 "n««-«« j.V>„ # ; tuigihcSloinachsariclßowelsof JjeSIS tile gf \ Promotes Digeslion.Cheerful- I g 9/ P* ! ness and Rest.Contains neither /yf ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 30 May 1902

% taunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, fiastlfain Street...., Staunton. Va. A. S. MORTON, Business Manaaer. TERMS OF* tTBSCRIPTION: e*or One Year fI.OO. For Six Months... 50. In orderto avoid delays,on account ot persona labsence>letters and all communications for The Spectator should not be •1 1 Iressed to any mdl vidua] connected with he office,butslmply to The Spectator. Telephone In office connects with all city and county lines. Kred at the Postofflce at Staunton, ..assecond class mail matter. FRIDAY. MAT 30. Funston, we reel sure, will not have Senator Hoar's tribute to him placed on his tombstone. Is the sugar trust to go scott free V The coal oil trust has drawn substance from every hovel for 30 years, why are tbey forgotten ? "Old Jake Smith, or the Boy butcher," would not savor enough of fiction to make the volume saleable, so the publishers will probably cut it out. Writers on medical science are now d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 30 May 1902

§ffl!tii!oii&ji*riafor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year FKIi>AY. MAY 30. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Mr. W. W. McGuffin, of Sewell, W. Va , was in tbe city this week. Dent Alexander, of Covington, spo:it several days here this week. Dr. Carter Berkeley, of Lynchbu rjf, was here this week visiting his f liends. Mr J. W. Fielding, of Hot Spriugs, was iv the city this week. Mr. W. H. Fix, of Craigsville, was iuihecity yesterday. Mt. Sidney lodge of Odd Fellows paid a fraternal visit to Bridgewater j lodge Friday night. Mr. G. W. Miller, of Clifton Forge, spent several days here this week tak ing in the carnival. Mrs. P. H. Trout is visiting her daughter, Mrs Walter R. Staples, in Sistersville, W. Va. Miss Minnie Condon, of Baltimore,! is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. R. N.I Speck. Miss Bessie Leftwich, who taught I the past session at Millboro, returned liorne last week. Mr. D. E. East and son, of Raphiue, were in the city Wednesday taking in tbe sights. I J. Wat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 30 May 1902

Drs.G.A. &A. H. Sprinke DENTISTS, 108 W. MAIN STREET. Modern methods. Crown and bridge work. Rockbridge Farms. The undersigned has In hand desirable ROCKBRIDGE FAKMS, as well as property in Buena Vista, for sale. Write for partieulara. JNO. T. McKEE, Real Estate Agent, apr 4-3 m* Buena Vista, Va, BfERSITY of VIRGINIA IT IS THE 9 »f the Public School System of the State, cc to Virginians the Academic Department. Science, Law, Medicine, Engiieerini. i Begins 15th September. For c address P. B. Barringer, Chairarlottesville, Va. ap 25-2 m PURE ICE FROM PURE WATER Made by Latest Improved Machinery and up-to-date Methods. Satisfaction and Full Weight Guaranteed.] Clem Brothers, North Central Avenue. mayS-4m Phones. Staunton, Va. CAREY'S Magnesia Flexible Cement Roofing, FOE FLAT OR STEEP SURFACES is Durable, Economical, Practical. Is especially suitable for buildings, such as Factories, Foundries, Warehouses, Barns, Boiler Houses, Engine Rooms, Dry Houses. Cattle and Lumber S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 June 1902

t Welnvlte Inspection of I Our Subscription List, by t; Advertisers, end assure { them thatthey wllltlnd It the largest of any paper j PubllshedlnthlsClty. \ I ■r? mftaat HK3K Wbubi Mil Cn/s gHMMBU CLiTPWjJ The values we give and the great money saving opportunities that prevail at this store, have established in the minds ot a large majority of the buying public this fact—When a comparison of our goods is made quality for quality, wiih the same elsewhere, our prices are absolutely and unconditionally the lowest: our styles are unapproachable, the fit and workmanship without comparison, and then you get all this without extra cost. Our immense stocks in ffiriHfiTfT,' Boysi~and Children's,*^ire thoroughly complete to the most minute detail. Never before have jvc shown such a full and comprehensive assortment. Our Children and Boys department is simply crowded with what we call TRUE VALUES. The 2-Button Double Breasted Jacket Mt, the Yoke, Norfolk and the Reversible Belt Suit, in all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 June 1902

ftmmtott % pectator I AND VINDICATOR. every Friday morning by TURK, Editorand Proprietor, in Street Staunton. V a. . MORTON. Business Manager. ERMSOF3UBSCRIPTION : c Year $1.00.1 T- 1 rJTrnripp : Months... 50. i 111 M I QlluE erto avoid delays,on account ol Übaence.letterßandallcommunlor Thb Spectator should not be d to any Individ aalconnectedwltl a.butslmply to Tee Spectator. one In office connects with all ity and eountv lines. d at the PostoJJlce at Staunton, is second class mail matter. FRIDAY. JUNE 6. IR. HANNA'S PLATFORM. Marcus A. Hanna, politician mid be statesman, and candir the presidency, has just had a m written and adopted by his n his good old State of Ohio, •c is anything under the sun the Ohio politician thinks himjable of it is giving tips and •s to the world. The office of nt, like the control claimed by publican party of the governlas to the Ohioan seemed his able right, and nothing save id of an assassin seems capable •iving him of this right. Seeing ,c—the Ohio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 June 1902

AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Fill HAT. .TINE <>. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ! PERSONAL. ? June term of the Hustings court i yesterday. J. W. Lovegrove, of Wayneswas in the city Monday. .It H. Catlett left Tuesday for note 8. (,'. Richardson is visiting Mrs. Pilson. I. Clara Hainiick has been visitlends in Baltinnirethls week. L W. Coiner, -t! the Stuart's Milling Co., was in the city esdny. J. B. Irving, of Covington, Ky , idiug the week with relatives in ity—his former home, E. G. Pendleton, of Augusta ;s, spent some days in New York lis week, . T. C. Morton has returned from ended visit to her dai-ghter, Mrs. ,c Fils, of Jacksonville. Fla. S. A. Poage is visiting her ter at North Garden, Albemarle Dr. R. 11. Fleming, of Lynchlassed through tbe city Tuesday way home from Highland. Mrs. F. A. Richcreek and child! en of Bridgewater, are visiting relatives at Mt. Solon. Mrs. E. L. Ilouff, Sr., of Stonewall, has been unwell for some time past, we are sorry t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 June 1902

18.G.A.&A. H. Sprinke DENTISTS, 08W. MAIN STREET. 'em methods. Crown and bridge worx. jj Rockbridge Farms. •undersigned has In hand desirable [ rKBKIDQE FAKMS, as well as prop j in Buena Vista, for sale. Write for 1 tieulars. JNO.T McKEE, Real Estate Agent, >r 4-3 m* Buena Vista, Va. 1 ; NIVERSITYof VIRGINIA I IT IS THE dstone of the Public School System of the State. ! Free to Virginians In the Academic Department, .ten. Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering. Session Begins 15th September. For talogue address P. B. Barringer, Chairin , Charlottesville, Va. ap 25 2m >URE ICE FROM >URE WATER Made by Latest Improved Machinery aud up-to-date Methods. atlsfaction and Full Weight Guaranteed. Clem Brothers, North Central Avenue. may2-4m Phones. Staunton, Va. CAREY'S lapesia Flexible Cement Roofing, FOR FLAT OE STEEP SURFACES is Durable, Economical, Practical. Is especially suitable for buildings, such as Factories, Foundries, Warehouses, Barns, B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 June 1902

i i S Welnvltelnspection of g |3 Our Subscription List, by | i Advertisers, and assure | I themthatthey wlllfindit | fe the largest of any paper | i PubllshedlnthlsClty. , Wien Ellii ftj giJjSfIUMLi eLBTWB ! The values we give and the great money saving opportunities that prevail at this store, have established in the minds ol a large majority of the buying public this fact—When a comparison of our goods is made quality for quality, wiih the same elsewhere, our prices are absolutely and unconditionally the lowest: our styles are unapproachable, the fit and workmanship yvithout comparison, and then you get all this without extra cost. Our immense stocks in Boys' and Children's,®^are thoroughly complete to the most minute detail.- Never before have we shown such a full and comprehensive assortment. Our Children and Boys department is simply crowded with what we call TRUE VALUES. The 2-Button Double Breasted Jacket Suit, the Yoke, Norfolk and the Reversible Belt Suit, in all colors. Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 June 1902

itauttton spectator AND VINDICATOR. 1 Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Edltorand Proprietor, East Mal n Street Staunton. Va. A. S■ MORTON. BusluessMaoauer. TKBMSOF3UBSCEIPTION : ««rininfnr Thb Bp«ctatok should noi rje Sr^id^inylndlvianaleonnecteawth heofflce.bntalmplytoTHßßrKCTATon. Telephone In offleeeonneetswitball elty and connty lines. Entered at the Postofflce at Staunton, Va..assecond class mail matter. FRIDAY. JUNE IS. PILGRIMS TO THE TILDEN SHRINE. On June 19th there is to be a Democratic pow wow in New York, the occasion being the Inauguration of the new Tilden club. A large body of prominent men will be there, calling themselves Democrats, men from both wings of the party we are told. We have never admitted that the Democratic party had two wings, but some allege that It has. If so it flies lopsided, because one wing—the great wing which polled in 1896 one million more votes for Wm. J. Bryan Grover Cleveland ever got when he was elected, la so huge beside the poor,...

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