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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 June 1902

AND VINDICATOR. scription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAI, JUNE IS. >CAL DEPARTMENT. — PERSONAL. I. C. Jett was in New York k. i.nnie Mills is visiting relatives ottesville and Rapidan. arry Woodward, of Richmond, nday with bis parents here. Maud Cook, of Richmond, is relatives here. laude Wampler, of Indianait of Mr. A. A. Eskridge. f. 15. Dodge, of Stuart's Draft, lillboro this week. U. Harris, of Fredericksvisiting her uncles, Messrs. C. ohn A. Harris, near Annex. hn F. Berry and Miss Ina E. were married yesterday at J iter. Roy Turner, who has been at Napoleon, Ohio, is spending ion at home. 8. Craig, of Craigsvilie, who ac time with Mrs J. M. Daniel rned home Saturday. rdon E. Davidson and Miss Thompson, were married in c on Wednesday. Miss Bessie Turner, who has been teaching in Newport News, returned home Wednesday evening. Mrs. R. A. Rerry and her two children, of Birmingham, Ala., are visiting relatives in the city and county. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Apperson, of Lynchburg, we...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 June 1902

ice! IceTlcT!| Buy Pure Distilled Water ICE, Made from Pure Spring Water, the only ice on tbe market made from Distilled Water by the old reliable firms, the ones that have served you for years. We have both phones. Glenn, Tannehill & Co. may 3-3 m __ . • ■■ M 1 _■ Teeth Extracted Without Pain! We use the "Cady System" to make extrating, filling and crowning painless. Our "corrugated suction plates" tit were others fail—made and owned only by us. Sets of Teeth, *5.00 up Gold crowns, (22k), 4 00 Porcelain crowns, 2.50 Fillings, 25c up All work guaranteed or money refunded. fir t'.as and vitalized air also used. We have removed our office from the Crowle building to the Marquis building, corner Main and Augusta streets. Phone 52. Entrance on Augusta St. Baltimore Dental Association. STAUNTON, VA. mar 280 m Attention, Farmers! Buckeye Binders, Mowers, All-Steel Hay Rakes, CELEBRATED 1/ Pivot Axle Automatic Kill US Riding CultivatorsI have just received a car-load of them. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 20 June 1902

1 We Invite nspectlon of S Our Subscription List, by I Advertisers, and assure I them thatthey will find It ; f the largest of any paper | Published In this City. i 9 i Wite Mi Co.'s SEASONABLE CLOTHING ! 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 without comparison, and then you get all this without extra cost. Our immense stocks in I 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. Als...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 20 June 1902

Itountott % pedator AND VINDIOATOR. | Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, East Main Street Staunton. V a. A. S. MORTON. Business Maoouer. TBHMSOF3UBBCBIPTION : ;saraa=^ft)Hi»TiMi Inorderto avoid delays.pn »<>connt or personalabsence.lettersandalleominunloatlonsfor The spectator should not Be addreisedtoanylndlvldualconnectedwlth he offlee.butslmplyto Thb Spectator. ione In office connects with all Ity and county lines. d at the Postofflce at Staunton, is second class mail matter. FRIDAY. JUNE 20. IS HE MAD? ident Roesevelt Is considered but not discreet. His bravery en better tested within the last ban when shooting grizzlies or the California lion, or the fleeing Spaniard at Santiago. He has braved the Sugar Trust by sending a special message to Congress calling on that body to give reciprocity to Cuba. "The trusts never surrender, they must be killed in order to be conquered, and end the war with them. This the President has found o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 20 June 1902

Sfaimfoii&jitrfator AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, JUNE 20. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BHEFS, The Stribling Springs road will te let to contract tomorrow (Saturday; morning at 10 o'clock at Stokesville. purveys are being made for a rai'road from Ronceverte to Lewisbuig, W. Va. I Tbe Waynesboro Gun Club will have a shooting match July 4. A fine gun Will l>e one of the prizes shot for. i Rev. J. N. Vandevanter will preach Sunday afternoon at Spring Hill, and Sundiy night at Roman. | The new railroad from White Sul phur Springs, W. Va., up Anthony's Creek, is rapidly nearing completion. A marriage license was issued to Mr. Ephraim T. Hildebrand and Miss Zona T. Wise, the ceremony took pi; cc yesterday at Milnesville. ! Robert Fitzherald was brought from Deerfield last Thursday having been j sentenced to sixty days in jail and a, fine of $10 for beating a horse. County Clerk Harry Burnett issued I a marriage license to Mr. Ralph E. McKinley, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 20 June 1902

ICE! ICE! ICE! Buy Pure Distilled Water ICE, Made from Pure Spring Water, the only ice on the market made from Distilled Water by the old reliable firms, tbe ones that have served you for years. tgf We have both phones. Glenn, Tannehill & Co. may 9»3m Teeth Extracted Without Pain ! We use the "Cady System" to make extrating, filling and crowning painless. Our 'corrugated suction plates' r fit were others fail—made and owned only by us. Sets of Teeth, $5.00 up Gold crowns, (22k), 4 00 Porcelain crowns, 2.50 Fillings, 25c up AU work guaranteed or money refunded. 0r Qas and vitalized air also used. We have removed our office from the Crowle building to the Marquis milding, corner Main and Augusta streets. Phone 52. E*y* Entrance on Augusta St. Baltimore Dental Association. STAUNTON, VA. mar 28-6 m Attention, Fanners! Buckeye I Binders, Mowers, All-Steel Hay Rakes, CELEBRATED 1/rnnrt pivot Axle Automatic mUIiS Riding CultivatorsI have just received a car-load of them. No oth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 27 June 1902

We Invite nspectlon of t Our Subscription List, by * Advertisers, and assure j tbemthatthey wlllflnd It the largest of any paper PubllshedlnthlsClty. j 1 MJL MJ.MJLM Will CMIM CO J OiSfflßLLJlfflLHfiJ The values we give and the great money saving opportunities that prevail at this store, have established in the minds of 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 and unconditionally the lowest; our styles are unapproachable, the ht and workmanship without 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. Also an immense assortment ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 27 June 1902

litton f nedatot I fVP VINDICATOR. 1 very 7 Friday morning by I URK, Edltorand Proprietor, j i Street Staunton. V a. I IORTON. Business Manager. RMSOF3UBSCRIPTION : Shs:: |1 5o o :}lnAflva]iCj rto avoid delays,on account of ibsenee.lettersand »U«fSShi •r Thb Spbctator should not db toany Individ nalconnectedwnn bntslmplyto The Bpbotatob. me in offloeconnectswlthall :y and county lines. :at the Postofflce at Staunton, ssecond class mail matter. FRIDAY. JUNE 27. lon Tuesday, Nov. 4. Congress, 10th Va. District, >. FLOOD, of Appomattox. CLEVELAND'S ORATION. Tilden Club of New York city pow wow on the 10th as scbedMr. Cleveland and Mr. Hill ere, but Mr. Bryan was not, the am doubtless better employed, t he was in more congenial ly. Both Cleveland and Hill md notwithstanding this fact aye been no especial vibrations heavens or the earth. The of Mr. Cleveland has fallen flat, b few people save Republicans r notice much that he says. • Daniel is quoted in the WashPost as saying ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 27 June 1902

111 &pt* lata? /INDICATOR, n $1.00 Per Year. kJ. JUNE 27. tEPARTMENT. L BRIEFS. ourt adjourned for the ay. that Buckskin Bill's r 8 will be in Staunton ?8 belonging to Messrs. ,nd George Sheets, of vere killed by a C. &l morning, vedau invitatioi from j Secretary of the Lees Jetk show to attered on on July 3 and 4. j elkss Dyes color silk, perfectly at one boil illson Bros., Staunton j , Weyer's Cave, at 10c Gilmore has accepted •esbyterian church at He will leave for his r Ist. but will continue of Olivette church I ite Bankers' conven-j it week at Savannah, .Bankers' Association I *. Tarns, cashier of the 1 Bank, one of the and wife recently of , have arrived in the opping with ,W. A. 18 S. St. Clair St. Mr. ite of the Eastman if PoughkeepsieN. Y. tirow, pastor of the lethodist church, has commissioner from c Negro Young Peodch meets at Atlanta, to 11th. iao, of L'ltitz Mills, I ity, and Miss Hen-1 f Sussex county, were [ r ednesday morning. \ fmutes, and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 27 June 1902

ICE! ICE! ICeT Buy Pure Distilled Water ICE, Made from Pure Spring Water, the only ice on the market made from Distilled Water by the old reliable firms, the ones that have served you for years. tig" We have both phones. Glenn, Tannehill & Co. may»-3m Teeth Extracted Without Pain! We use the "Cady System" to make extrating, filling and crowning painless. Our "corrugated suction plates' r fit were others fail—made and owned only by ns. Sets of Teeth, $5.00 up Gold crowns, (22k), 4 00 Porcelain crowns, 2.50 Fillings, 25c up All work guaranteed or money refunded. ■ar*Gas and vitalized air also nsed. We have removed our office from the Crowle building to the Marquis building, corner Main and Augusta streets. Phone 52. ty Entrance on Augusta St. Baltimore Dental Association. STAUNTON, VA. mar 28-6 m Attention, liners! Buckeye Binders, Mowers, Ail-Steel Hay Rakes, CELEBRATED l/rniin pivot Axle Automatic IXIQUS Riding Cultivators. I have just reoeived a car-load of them. No oth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 4 July 1902

Welnvite inspection of g Our Subscription List, by { Advertisers, and assure jj them thatthey wlllflndlt the largest of any paper t Published 1 n this City. E B Lite Ml E».'s SEASONABLE 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 without 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. Also an immense assortment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 4 July 1902

Staunton 3vtdaiox I AND VINDIOATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Edltorand Proprietor, East Main Street Staunton. Va. A. S. MORTON. Business Manager. THEMSOFSOBSCRIPTION : For Six Months". "so! } IllAuiilflGß In orderto avoid delays,on account of personal absence.letters and a 11 community atlons for The Spectator should not be a ddreßsedtoany individual oonnected with heofflce.butslmplytoTHß Spectator. Telephone In office connects with all city and oounty lines. Entered at the Postofflce at Staunton, Va.,assecond class mail matter, j FBIDAT. JULY 4. Election Tuesday, Nov. 4. For Congress, 10th Va. District, H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. Mr. Roosevelt realizes how protection strengthens industries since he has had occasion to study Beet Sugar. -■■■ m m — We know a good many "get together Democrats" and every one wants an ■ ■ —■ There are no new sentiments of harmony to record this week from Buzzard's Bay or Woolfert's Roost There seems to be a fair prospect just now of tho...

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

AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year FRIDAY, JULY 4. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS, Several communications were received yesterday too late late for this issue. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. James McCarnbridge is quite sick. Rev. James Dunwody,father of Mrs. Jos. A. Waddcll, died on Thursday of last week at Walterboro. N. C. Mr. Henderson ML Bell, of Bramwell, W. Va., mining engineer in the Flat Top coal fields, is in the city spending some days at his old home. The Board of Visitors of the Vuginia Military Institute, has appointed Howard Porter, a State Cadet from Staunton and Augusta. Rev. H. P. McClintlc, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Basic City, has resigned to accept a call to a church iv Missouri. The Chesapeake Western Company ht've contracted with W. M. Bucher & Son for the erection of a. two story depot at Stokesville. Judge Letcher, of the Circuit Court, has granted an appeal in the contested election case for municipal officers at Basic City....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 4 July 1902

!■! ICE! ICE! uy Pure Distilled Water ICE, | c from Pure Spring Water, the ice on the market made from DisI Water by the old reliable firms, jnes that have served you for years. r We have both phones. Glenn, Tannehill & Co. sfilerpr & Co., Headquarters for ne Groceries, lour, Selected Teas, Pure Coffee n.l Spices. Butter and Cheese from le best dairies. Choice Syrups ml Molasses. Foreign and Dolestic fruits. Canned Goods in iriety. Also a complete assorttent of Delicacies usually kept in fi rat-class store. g" All goods delivered free of exfuse. SENBERjER & CO. 23 East Main Street. 30-lv stern Ry. Schedule in Effect June 1,1902. EASTBOUND. ,_« m .*-< to O «J *2 33 rS m &> TATiom &*%&*&% « Sid Kid & * £ H PMPMAMAM rtb River Gap.. 12 25 310 840 510 kesville 12 30 312 842 512 . Solon 12 45 324 854 525 ssy Creek 1 10, 3 36 9 06 5 38 terson f 125 345 915 548 dgewater 140 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 11 July 1902

Welnvlte nspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey wlllflnd it the largest of any paper PubllshedlnthlsClty. Wife Mill CO CIOTBHH I ii— The values we give aud 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 without 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. Also an immense assortment of COATS and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 11 July 1902

ftaunton $pectator I AND VINDICATOR. I Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Edltorand Proprietor, EaetMain Street Staunton. V a. A. 8. MORTON. Business Manager. TBHMSOFSrjBSCRIPTION : | ir,auMSh.-: tl, B:>laAhaiCß In orderto avoid delays,on accountof pergonalabsence.lenerßandaUcommunioatlonstor Tun Sphctatob should not De ■ ddroigedtoanytndlvldnalconnectedwltn he offlco.bntalmply to Thb Spbotatob . Telephone In office connects with all olty and eonntv lines. S titer ed at the Postojflce at Staunton, Va..assecond class mail matter. FRIDAY. JULY 11. Election Tuesdavi Nov. 4. For Congress, 10th Va. District, H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. There is one thing the new constitution has done for the people of Virginia, it has reduced the rate of taxation ten cents from the old rate. m • ■ ■ The man who has money, says Senator Stewart, does not need sympathy. This is probably as bright an utterance as the Senator ever made. .■ ♦ » The President is certainly performing what he fee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 11 July 1902

AND VINDICATOR. j Subscription $1.00 Per Year. . „„,„„„. „„ jxj^ FRIDAY, JULY 11. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS. The Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans of Virginia will meet this year in Wythevllle on October 22. Mr. and Mrs D. L. Huff lost an in fant son Tuesday morning- It was buried at Laurel Hill Wednesday. Mr. W. O. Thomas, an old resident of Litis city, died at his home on Win throp street yesterday morning, after a long illness-l Mr. E. R. Gilbert, of Annex, made the first sale of new wheat Tuesday to the White Star Mills at 7. r >c per bushel. It whs of line quality. Mrs. Fannie Pleasants died at the Western State Hospital on Monday, and her remains were taken to Harrisonburg Tuesday for interment. Mr. J. S. Lee, the well known cottractor, has been awarded the contract for the erection of the new school build lug at Craigsville Portland. Frank Lilley, a son of Col. John D. Lilley, of Greenville, had the misfortune to have two fingers cut off in al machine shop in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 11 July 1902

ICE! ICE! ICE Buy Pure Distilled Water ICE, Made from Pure Spring Water, the ouly ice on the market made fjora Dis tilled Water by the old reliable firms, the ones that have served you for years. V We have both phoneß. Glenn, Tannehill & Co.,j SaWffl & CO., Headq narters for Fine Groceries, Flour, Selected Teas, Pure Coffee and Spioes. Butter and Cheese from the best dairies. Choice Syrups and Molasses. Foreign and Domestic fruits. Canned Goods in variety. Also a oomplete assortment of Delicacies usually kept in a tiist-'-lass store. I3F" All goods delivered free of ex- . pense. ROSENBER3ER & CO. 23 East Main Street. aug 30-lv Chesapeake Western Ry. Schedule in Effect June 1,1902. EABTBOUND. a ars s ! 3 sin § STATIONS. d.S| g£ ||o S, P »Id Kld MR £ | K«fc « W PMPMAMAM Lv North River Gap..'l 225 310 840 510 Stokesville 12 30 3 12 842 512 Mt. Solon 12 45!3 24 864 525 Mossy Creek 1 10| 3 86; 9 06 5 38 Patterson f 1 25' 3 43 915 548 Brldgewater 1 40 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 18 July 1902

(Welnvlte nspection of g Our Subscription. List, by • advertisers, and assure « themthatthey wlllilndit | I the largest of any paper l g PubllshedlnthlsClty. , ill ciiii Cd.'s {SEASONABLEL CLOTHLNGJ 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 ttnapproachable, the fit . and workmanship without comparison, and then you get all this without extra cost. Our immense stocks in r£*Men's, Boys' and Children's,*^j are thoroughly compete to the most minute detail. Never before have we shown such a full and compieliensive assortment. Our Children and Boys department is simply crowded with what we call TRUK VALUES. The 2-Button Double Breasted Jacket Suit, the Yoke, Norfolk and the Reversible Belt Suit, in all colors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 18 July 1902

Itton Spectator VP VINDICATOR. cry Friday morning by 'RK, Edltorand Proprietor, Street.. Staunton. V a. ORTON. Business Manaoer. :MSOFSUBSCRIPTION : |1 - s o o o :}lnA»vaiice to avoid delaya.on account of isen.-...lettersandallcommunl-Thk Spectator should no. be o any Individual connected with utslmirtyto Thb Spectator. c In offlceconneetswithall and oountv lines. t the Postoffl.ee at Staunton, lecond class mail matter. BIBAY. JULTf 18. in Tuesday, Nov. 4. ingress, 10th Va. District, FLOOD, pf Appomattox, eeks have passed without being heard of our grave >r, whose sole duty it seems efend the army. b no need of harmony. If tlemen who skulked into the ■ camp in the midst of the stay there,where they belong, g will be lovely. 4 am ♦- ■ Campbell, ot the Amherst mrt, who is reported to have a preacher of the name of I, turns out to be an appointee ?yler. His degree of kinship well now be made public, ishlngton Post thinks is a ibout Cleveland stabbing the tic party. That orga...

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