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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 10 July 1903

I Bar" We i" vi te inspect ion of J our Subscription List, by Ad * vertisers, nnd assure them t that they will find it the largest 'est of any paper Published > in this City. <r~* _ most critical dressers in this town have exiDDQ amined our splendid collection of Spring Suits for Men and Boys, and pronounced it without qualification, the Largest, Finest and in every way the most satisfactory assortment that they have even seen in this part of the county They have backed up thier statement by liberal purchases,'and now we want you to call. We will not be satisfied until we have received your views on the subject. Men s Spring* Suits * double and single breastfed, round cut 3 or 4 button Yale cut, or plain and beautiful fancy fabrics with very lasest fashion feature observed. In our Boys Clothing Department you will find the best that the market produces for every occasion. Strong, durable fabrics, suitably tailored and stylish in design. Spring Hats—ln tbis depa...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 10 July 1903

Staunton % jwtator AND VINDIOATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK. Editor and Proprietor, East Main Street Staunton, Va. A. S. Morton, Business Manager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : In Advance In order to avoid delaya, on account ol personal absence, letters and all com in v nloation for the Spectator should not be addressed to any individual connected with tbe office, but simply to The Spectator. Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postofliee at Stannfon, Vs., as second class mall matter. ■ ■ Friday, July IO THE ADVANCE OF IMPERIALISM. It is a source of infinite sadness to contemplate troops stationed in any part of Virginia to regulate striking] workmen. We have all along hoped that such a necessity might never arise in this State and that law breaking necessary to cause tbe ordering out ot troops would if it occurred at all be confined to those sections where foreigners have imported lawlessness, and not where those to be governed are n...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 10 July 1903

AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday. July 10. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS. The total value of coal mined in West Virginia in VMS was $21,1194.745.33 against #18,104,391.90 in 1902, the in crease being (3,600,35643. There was a heavy rain storm in ar Summerdeau Sunday afternoon, which did much damage to the liavested wheat aud growing corn. Mr. R D. Hemp's house near Bay - lor's mill, was struck by lightning Sunday evening, causing considerable damage. Rev. Geo. W. Sliuey has taken charge of tbe Lutheran church at Harrisonburg, to which place he was recently called. A lawn party will he held on Friday, the 15th inst , at Pines Chapel, near Greenville. The proceeds will be used in repairs for the chapel. Mr. E. S. Spiker, brakeman on the Valley Ry., had his hand badly mashed while coupling a car at the dcyot here Tuesday. Prompt medic.il attention was rendered tiy Dr. E. Uacy Gibson. Mr. R. Wallace McClure has purchased from (.'apt. J. N.*MeFarland the farm of ('apt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 10 July 1903

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE Staunton, Va. June 27,1903 A. 0. Miller 4 Bro. vs F. J. Hays 4 Co,, et als. and J. H. Craun 4 Son, vs ■ Same, and J. N. (Jrann, vs Same. and Sandy Brothers, vs Same. All parties interested in the above entitled causes now pending in tbe circuit court of Augusta county, Va.. take notice, that pursuant to a decree of said conn in said causes entered of date May 14, IMS, I shall at my olUe in Staunton, Va., on JULY 30, 1903, proceed to consider and report upon all exceptions that have been taken to my first report filed in said names or that nay be filed thereto before July 14, 1903, to pettier with any other matters deemed pertinent by me or tbat any party in interest may desire to be reported upon. HENRY W. HOLT, Commissioner in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Augusta Co., Va Jul 3 4t COMMISSIONKR'SOFFICK, Staunton. Va., June 17, ML Scott's Ex'or., L. L. vs. Gilkeson, M. F., et als. All persons interested in the above styled chancery cause will Take Notice, tba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 17 July 1903

« jy We invite inspection of 4 our Subscription List, by Ad . vertisers, and assure them (P that they Will Unit it the larg d eat ot any paper Published f in this Oily, -A 'GREAT SACRIFICE SALE OF Spring & Summer Clothing Now going on at the WEINBERG CLOTHING CO. Everything Reduced in order not to carry any Summer Grods over. Straw Hats at Your Own Price. Don't miss This Opportunity. Weinberg Clothing Co.J Ciantifnti'c Up-to-date Clothiers, Tailors fl LUII r> and Furnishers. I 5 South Augusta St., | Next to Aug. Nat. Bank. I 9 * PUTNAM ORGANS, i buyTrom the factory. I OVER 50 DIFFERENT STYLES j From Which to Select. The Organ Factory at Staunton is one ', of the largest in the world. Present _ ' capacity 20 organs per day, 6,000 or- * gans a year, or a complete organ ! every 30 minutes. _ '■ Why send away for Organs when you can buy \ • BETTER ONES from youu home factory and , ! save the Agent's Profits. \ '• I®" Send for catalogue and prices— or » send your n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 17 July 1903

launton f spectator I AND VINDICATOR. sd every Friday morning by S. TURK, Editor and Proprietor, lain Street, Staunton, Va. i S. Morton, Business Manager. TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION • j In Advance der to avoid delays, on account ot al absence, letters and all commun for the Spectator should not be sed to any individual connected te office, but simply to The Bpectane In office connects with alt City and County Lines. I at the Postofliee al Staunton, Va., &s second class mall matter. Friday, July 17 Schwab has returned to this f, but his mind is still traveling ■ —• tat ♦ ston scientist says tbat music ■ive away moequltos. It has whole families of larger insects s. Judge Parker went South Mr. l's presidential boom looks like block of ice after two hours on k porch, this tropical weather.! _. louth will rejoice to known tbat inner given by Edward VII to al officers last week, if Cotton ■' king it was next to it. i__ __ sympathy is felt for tbat par street car which hops along j ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 17 July 1903

AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday, July 17. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS, Mrs. J. S. Richie and Miss Bessie Richie of Ft De fiance, spent Tuesday in the city. Mrs. Fannie L. Patlow bns returned from a vidt to relative iv Eastern Virginia. Misses Bettie and Margaret Glasgow of Lexington, hive been visiting the family (,f Hon Jos. A. Hlasgow. Mr. J T. Drumheller of Hinton. W. Va, is visitiug bis brother near Heii milage. Rev. John S. Alfriend of Charles Town, W, Va , is visiting friends aud relatives here. Mr. Alfriend was tor some time the popular rector of the Episcopal chapel at Verona. ■Mrs. Thomas Hyde or Smart's Draft, woo has been quite ill for some time, is somewhat improved. Her d. u,'hltr, Miss Mattie Hyde of Warm Spring*,' has been at her bedside. Mrs. Alex. P. Robertson, accompan led by her daughter, Mary Smart, and Miss Douglass Robertson of Charlotte. -N. (>'., Ate spending some weeks at. Mr. A. S. Morion left Monday f.,r Ocean View to atte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 17 July 1903

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE ..:....: Staunton, Va. June 27,1903 A. D. Miller & Bro. vs F. J. Hays &Cq„ et als. and J. H. Craun A Sod, vs Same, and J. N. Craun, vs Same. and Sandy Brothers, vs Same. 4.11 parties interested in the above entitled causes now pending in the circuit court of Augusta county, Va.. take notice, that pursuant to a decree of said courl in said causes entered of date May 14,1903, 1 shall at my ollie in Staunton, Vs., on JULY 30, 1903, proceed to consider and report upon all exceptions that have been taken to my first report tiled in said causes or that may be filed thereto before July 14, 1903, to gether with any other matters deemed pertinent by me or that any party iv interest may desire to be reported upon. HENRY W. HOLT. Commissioner in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Augusta Co., \ a. Jul 3 4t COMMISSIONER'S OFKIOE, Staunton, Va.. June 27.1903. Susan M. Reed, vs Bessie J. Keed, et als. All persons interested in the above entitled cause n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 24 July 1903

tW We invite inspectio.n of our Subscription List,, liv Ad vertiaers, ani! assure tliem that tiiey will Hud it. the larg est of any paper Published in this City. I GREAT j SACRIFICE I I ■ ALE II Spring k Summer Clothing J Now going on at the m WEINBERG CLOTHING CO. I I = = | I Everything Reduced in order not to I carry any Summer Goods over. Straw J I Hats at Your Own Price. Don't miss | This Opportunity. I I Weinberg Clothing C 0.,1; Staunton's h S thiers ' Tal,ors | i 15 South Augusta St., 1 g Next to Aug. Nat. Bank, j j 3k PUTNAM ORGANS. §| jj BUY IrOM !Ht SACTORY. jj H OVER 50 DIFFERENT STYLES |f i|| From Which to Select. ||| s||| The Organ Factory at Staunton is one of the largest in the world. Present |p| f capacity 20 organs per day, 6,000 or- g|| gans a year, or a complete organ |*g; every 30 minutes. lllie tWhy send away for Organs when you can buy $5| BETTER ONES from youu home factory and |&| H§| save the Agent's Profits. IS^ £*jgt g@= Send for catalogue and p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 24 July 1903

9 fatmton fptttator Issued every Friday morning by R. S- TURK, Editor and Proprietor, East Main Street, Staunton, Va. A. S. Morton, Business Manager. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : c Advance — In order to avoid delays, on account ot personal absence, letters and all communication for the Spectatoh should not be addressed to any individual conneete<i - . with the office, but simply to The Spectator. Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postofliee at Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, July 24 Very few ot the citizens of Virginia ever rode on tbe street cars of Richmond, but most all of tbem will contribute money that others may ride. We hear a great deal just now about the "lowa Idea." - We never had an idea that lowa bad an idea, and we assert that those who rean, with a view of finding out what the lowa Idea is, will wind up in the end with no idea of what idea they have been seeking. . There was a rumor afloat a week ago t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 24 July 1903

$!amifoi!^?rriaior AND VINDIVATOHSubscription SI.OO Per Year. Friday, July 24. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS. Mr. Hollis F, Wilkersnn and Miss Qertie Biddle were married at Parnassus on Wednesday. There will be a meet.iug of the Board of Supervisors next Motility, comity court day. Mrs. Maria Roth, mother of Mrs. Jacob Martin, who resides near ibis this city, died on Monday near Pinesburg, Mil., aged Mi years. Tuesday at Churchville, Mr. Ilenrv H. Michael of Highland, and Miss R. Edith Wbitesell were quietly united in marriage. Died at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. K. Unsafe in Sangerville on tbe 22nd, their infant daughter Margie Bell, aged Id months. Judge Holt last week appointed Dm. Geo. 8. Walker and Glasgow ArmStrong coioners for tbe city. Dr. Walter bas been tilling tbe position for a number uf years. Tbe anuual exhibition of lhe Rock inghain lloise and Colt Show Association will Lake place at Harrinouhiirgnu Thursday and Friday, August 10 b ai.il 20ch. Mrs. Winf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 24 July 1903

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE Staunton. Va. June 27,1908 A. O. Miller <fe Bro. vs F. J. Hays & Co,, et-als. and J. H. Craun & Son, vs Same, and J. N. Oraun, vs Same. and Sandy Brothers, vs Same. All parties interested in the above entitliad causes now pending in the circuit court of Augusta county, Va., take notice, that pursuant to a decree of said court in said causes entered of date May 14,1903, 1 shall at my oftie in Staunton, Va., on JULY 30, 1903, proceed to consider and report upon all exceptions that have been taken to my first report filed in said causes or that may be tiled thereto before July 14, 1903, together with any other matters deemed pertinent by me or that any party in interest may desire to be reported upon. HENRY W. HOLT. Commissioner in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Augusta Co., Va. Jul 3-4t COMMISSIONER'S OFFICIO, Staunton, Va.. June 37.1903. Susan M. Reed, vs Bessie J. Keed, et als. All persona interested in the above entitled ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 31 July 1903

Jt3f We invite inspection of our Subscription List., by Ad vertiseis, and assure them that they will find it, tbe larg est of any paper Published in this City. I GREAT SACRIFICE . Spring & Summer Clothing H Now going on at the | I WEINBERG CLOTHING CO. I Everything Reduced in order not to 1 carry any Summer Gnods over. Straw | Hats at Your Own Price. Don't miss m This Opportunity. I Weinberg Clothing Co., I CfoiitiTAfi'c Up-to-date Clothiers, Tailors I Ltl Ull UUII ii ant i Furnishers. W 5 South Augusta St., Next to Aug. Nat. Bank. I PUTNAM ORGANS. If BUY FROM THf fAoToRY . S OVER 50 DIFFERENT STYLES |j From Which to Select. IU I|ft The Organ Factory at Staunton is one ||§S |||i of the largest in the world. Present H^ 1 capacity 20 organs per day, 6,000 or- 3|§ " c gans a year, or a complete organ jig; every 30 minutes. W§? Why send away for Organs when you can buy Jpp ~-vi BETTER ONES Iran youu home factory and j^; fill save the Agent's Profits. HH ||j|£ Send for catalo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 31 July 1903

Itmmkn Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R. S- TURK. Editor and Proprietor, East Main Street Staunton, Va. ;A. S. Morton, Business Manager. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $1 00 I In A/lvailCfi Six Months... 50c }"' rIUVOIIVO in order to avoid delays, on acoount of personal absence, letters and all communication for tho Spectatoii should not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to Tin Spectator. Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postofliee al Staunton, Va., as second class mail matter. Friday, July 31. AUGUSTA VS. ROCKINGHAM. In another column we publish an article giving some figures tending to minimize Augusta and magnify Rockingham. Below we give some figures which show the real status of the two counties : The figures referred to are interesting, but they count for little. They are taken from the census reports and those reports are not regarded as reliable, hence they often mislead...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 31 July 1903

$ffiiinfunsprr.nfßr AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday. July 31. LOCAL OEP. Mr. H. E. Baylor spent several days with his brother iv Hiutnu, W. Va. Mr. J. P. Templeton of Waynesboro, was a visitor here this week. Mr. G. W. May of Weyer'sCave, was iv the city Tuesday on business. Mrs. Geo. A. Coyner of South Itiver, has been finite sick for several weeks. Messrs. I). B. Kunkel and R. V. Parr of Craigsville, were in the city Monday. Supt. of County Sjboils, E. (). Peale of Waynesboro, was here Monelay. Mr. P. O. Coiner of Harrist.on, was a visitor to our ollice Monday. Frauk D. Webb of Baltimore, is via itiug his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I<\ R. Webb. Messrs. J (i. Fulton and O. I>. Crawford of Mt. Meridian, were in tbe city Mouday. Dr. Hugh Trout of Raitimore, who has beeu visiting his mother, 10: tuned home Tuevday. Mr. R. G. Tiluian ot Greenville, SC, speut several days with bis brother, Mr. U. N. Tilnian. Mr. C. F. Carson return* 1 to LowMoot yest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 31 July 1903

Men Who Breathe Deep not only live long, but think hard, plan well and protect their estate by Life Insurance. Such men will be interested in reading how the greatest trust fund in the world is invested, as described in "A Banker's Will." A curious provision of his will is well worth considering. Send today for the pamphlet. This Company ranks FIKST—In Assets. jr IE ST—In Amount Paid Policy-holders First—ln Ago. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Now York. Richard A. McCurdy President. Frank W. Adams, Manager, Richmond, Va. ' Willard Shoot, District Manager, Staunton, \ a. DR. FIHRMEY'S TEETHING SYRUP HEILTH * N tJo™ n [.■ A BSS« Mmm m BS 3VjHlt'v-2H3E : iiiW"-'i!3 nr.r.B The rrc-it remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of the uenerative «i™ni of iiiih,-r sox «uch a-? Nervous Prostration, Failing or Lost Manhood, ?™. s ° 31 Mi ( -huv EnU«sionsi Youthful Errors. Mental Worry. exeesSiv* use AFTER USING. For Sale by WILLSON BROS., StauntoiVVa. I <Pure and Unadult...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 7 August 1903

US* Wo invite inspection of our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will liud it the largest of any paper Published in this City. Hi niiii — — hi rr Minimi mil urn I 1 GREAT SACRIFICE ■ SALE II Spring & Summer Clothing j Now going on at the jg WEINBERG CLOTHING CO. I I Everything Reduced in order not to I carry any Summer Goods over. Straw I | Hats at Your Own Price. Don't miss | This Opportunity. I Weinberg Clothing Co. J Cfonnfah'c Up-to-date Clothiers, Tailors I Id LI II tUll S and Furnishers. 5 5 South Augusta St., | Next to Aug. Nat. Bank, j W PUTNAM ORGANS, g§ W BU V FROM THE FACTO RY j. M jf OVERDO DIFFERENT STYLES S lil From Which to Select. }!i The Organ Factory at Staunton is one HH >||j[ of the largest in the world. Present ||S pir capacity 20 organs per day, 6,000 or- Hl*£ r§|gt gans a year, or a complete organ 111 l every 30 minutes. jSg fill Why send away for Organs when you can buy ||i| ' r BETTER ONES from youu home fac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 7 August 1903

'Staunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. issued every Friday morning by R. S- TURK, Kdltorand Proprietor, East Main Street, Staunton, Va. . [A. S. Morton, Business Manager. TERMS OP SITBSURIPTION : One Year $1.00 lln A/IVAnCe Six Months... 50e }"■ rtUVQIIW In order to avoid delays, on account ol personal absence, letters and all coniraunleation for the Spectator should not lie addressed to any individual connected with the office, hut simply to The Specta- Telephone In office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postofliee at Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, August 7. THE U. VA. PRESIDENCY. The result of tbe meeting of the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia last week, when they assembled to elect a president for tbat institution, was very disappointing. This is tbe second or third abortive attempt made to perform this work and the public is growing weary. It is not very long now until tbe session will hegin,* and surely there could have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 7 August 1903

SfannffinSprrfafor AND VINDICATOR Subscription ?|.OO Per Year. Friday, August 7. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS, 11l the absence of Rev. far. A. Wilson, D. D., of New Providence, last Sunday, his pulpit wms lille-i by Key. 3. M. Shreckhise. The soldiers of the two Staunton military companies this week received pay for their services rendered during the strike in Richmond. Mr. Chas. G. (Juinn, 0. & O. ticket agent here, and Miss Edna Shirkey, the popular soprano singer of Waynesboro, were married in Washington on Wednesday. of "crap,"and Monday they were be fore the Police Justice and iici.d, $.1..M) each, 14 paid and the rest went to jail. Mrs. Rebecca S. Boone, widow of late Zebulon Boone, died in Salem last week, aired 70 years, bhe formerly resided iv Staunton, where she had many friends. John W. Carson of Uieliiuoud, spent the past week in Greenbrier and Mon roe counties, W. Va., looking after tht interest of his tiriu in the live stock spending some weeks with his p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 7 August 1903

Wisdom in Family Life. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York is constantly demonstrating its anility and experience in advising business men concerning money matters in the home. For instance: The late Archibald N. Waterhouse. of I'hilwielphia, who died suddenly last Friday, held policies amounting to $S0 000 in The Mutual Life Insarrneh Company of New York. The forms of insurance nnder which these policies were issued were so selected that his widow will receive at, once $20 01)0 in case and an annual income of *2,000 for twenty years, and if she is living ai the end of that period she will receive 188,000 in cash, making the total amount received under these policies $140,000, on which the premiums paid hy Mr. Waterhouse amounted to only $27,492 20.—From the Philadelphia Record, Nov. IS, 1002. In writing for terms on a policy of this kind, state what you would like to receive in cash at the end ot limited payment period, amount yon would like your beneliciary to receive in...

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