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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 25 December 1903

Staunton Spectator I AND VINDICATORIssued every Friday morning by R S TURK Editor and Proprietor, A S Morton, Business Manag«r. Kast Main Street, Staunton, \ a. — TEBMS OV SUBSCRIPTION : for the Spectator should not be individual ~gnerted with the office, but simply to The bPECTA TeieptomTln office connects with all City Entered at the Postoffice al Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter^^ Friday, December 85. "And tbeir works do follow them." WerefertoMr.Heatb, Mr. Machen, Senator Dietrich andjsomeotbers. Mr Machen~who stands accused of much corruption in office has been often in Staunton watching our post office officials, and nosing around to see if perchance a carrier took a drink. The reason of his coming was poss.bly because the administration tuought best to send a thief to catch a thief. iv Wall Street a few d;,ys ago stood a horse and wagon. On the wagon was a man who was pumping, and two others were holding a tin funnel shaped pump The water was coming up out of a roun...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 25 December 1903

f. _^_ —_ ___ %lim\iUi\%9tfllHi AND VINDICATOR subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday. December 25. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ■':. LOCAL BRIEFS. Mr. Paui;j. Orebaugb of Mt. Sidney was in this city yesterday. Miss Fannie Sprout has gone to Morganton, N C , to visit her relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Murphy. Mr. James Bunch, Jr., of New Hope, is spending the holidays at Clifton Forge, with his brother-in law, Mr. John F. Wright and other relatives. Mrs. J. B. Cstlett and son, Clay, are spending the holidays with Mrs. Catlett 's father, Col. H. Clay Michie, of Charlottesville. Mr John B. Harris, an old Duns more boy, wbo now holds a responsi ble position at North Folk, Va., is visiting friends at Spottbwood. Mr J. M. Harner of Augusta, bas been for several days, the guest of bis daughter, Mrs P. X Perry, in East End.— Curay Courier. Tbe unveiling of the monument to Dr. Hunter McGuire will take place iv Richmond. January 7. Hon. Holmes Conrad will be tbe orator. Miss Sue Peyton Kent, known in Staunton fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 25 December 1903

Your money back if you are not satisfied DO YOU SUPPOSE that a company with a capital of *500,000.00, paid in full, sod the proud reputation of 36 years of continuous success, would make such an offer and not carry it out to the letter? DO YOU SUPPOSE we would jeopardize our standing- with the public and our chances Of still greater success by failing to fulfil any promise we make ? DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such an offer if we did not have the utmost confidence in the satisfying quality of our goods ? — WE KNOW we can please you and saye you money, for HAYNER WHISKEY goes direct from our distillery to you, with all its original richness and flavor, carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PURITY and AGE and savins; you the big profits of the dealers. That's why it's best for medicinal purposes. That's why it's preferred for other uses. That's why we are regularly supplying over a quarter ot a million satisfied customers. That's why YOU should try it. ■ Direct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 January 1904

OfF" We invite iuspection of our r3nbßcription List, by Ad tertisers, and assure them tha* they will find It the largest of any paper Published in this City. See one Circus, and you see them all.' Read one Advertisement, and you read them all. Everyone Though worded Different Reads Alike. Every Merchant Advertises to carry the BE CONVINCED. Look around, ompare goods and pries, and do not fail to call at Weinberg Clothinflf Co. Their Stock and Prices will open your eyes. We are LooKing for you All. Weinberg Clothing Co., Staunton's Most Reliable and Up-to-Date Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 5 S. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. Bank. HOLIDAY GIFTS. PIANOS, ORGANS, PIANO PLAYERS, and everything musical in all grades and qualities—at the lowest figures obtainable —investigate; there is noth ing like investigation. W. W. PUTNAM # CO. 103 W. Main St., Staunton, Va. CHRISTMAS Will be here next week. The Clothing selling season is on in full blast. Never before has our large store been so co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 January 1904

Staunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R 8- TURK. Editor and Proprietor, A. 8. Morton, Business Manager. Bast Main Street Staunton, \*. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : Oae Year $LOO I |ri Ad^llCe Six Months .. 60c , ■*■ ■*■ In order to avoid delays, on aceonnt ot nerSonal absence, letters and all commaSwjßisart«S with the office, but simply to The bpscia Telephone In office connects with all City and County lines. Entered st the Post-office at Staunton, Vs.. as second class mail matter. Friday. January I, There are those who love Cleveland for the money he has made. Mr. Hanna's full dinner pall has been kicked over by Mr. Morgan's cow. If one could have Sun stroke just now, Mr. Isador Raynor of Maryland, is liable to fall a victim to it. It Prof. Langleys ship won't fly. then maybe it will swim, and in that way could eet over about two-thirds of the face of tbe globe. The Pocahontas Times announce* that "Morgan Curry Is clearing tbi* winter for corn." If the winte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 January 1904

Sfaiiloii&ftt.afoF AND VINDICATOR Siksorlptlon $1.00 Per Year. Friday, January I, 1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Personals. Miss M. B. Greaver Is visiting relatives In Charlottesville. Mr. T. H Binford of Craigsville, was iv the city Monday on Business. Mr. aud Mrs. Watson I*. Gooch of Roanoke, are visiting relatives here. Mr L Kemper Hnff it Waynesboro, was in the city tbis wees. Miss Sady Harmer of Bridgewater, is visiting near Annex. Mr. Samuel Danner of Annex, is visiting friends in Charlottesville. Mr. Frank L. Sublett of Harrisonburg, was in the city Monday. Mr. Geo. W. Hevener of Leesburg, Is visiting in Augusta. Mrs. R. T. Hanter of Richmond, Is the guest of Mrs. G. G. Gooch. Mr. J. Newton Wilson of Bridge water, returned last week from a business trip to South Carolina. Mr. Geo. A. Gulley and Miss Ans tress Galley visited relatives in Baltimore this week. Miss Bessie Surber. who is teaching at Moffatt's Creek, is spending the vacation with her parents here. Dr. Hugh Tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 January 1904

Best for medicinal uses Tour physician will tell you that you should always have some good whiskey In the house For accidents fainting spells, exhaustion, and other emergency oases, It relieves „.. , „., P . ff rwi whisitpv nure whiskey, for poor whiskey, adulterated direct from our own distillery to you, with all Its original strength^ "chness_and flavor, can-vino- a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE or VUK- , , , t ,„_ «♦■.«- „cm Thftt'n why YOTT should try it. XOUI money m»v*. it purposes and prefer It for otner uses, xnosiswu/ *w ' Direst from our distillery to YOU Saves Dealers' Profits! Prevents Adulteration I HAYNER WHISKEY PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE I 4 FULL $0' 20 EXPRESS I QUARTS 9~ PREPAID | We will send you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYNER'S SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE for $3.30. and we will pay the express charges. Try It ana If you don't find It all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from anybody else at any price, send it back at our expense and your $3.2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 January 1904

QT* We invite inspection of our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it the largest ot any paper Published in this City. 94 See one Circus, and you see them all." " Read one Advertisement, and you read them all." M Everyone Though worded Different Reads Alike." Every Merchant Advertises to carry the Best Goods, and sell them for the Least Money. BE, CONVINCED.* Look around, ompare goods and pries, and do not fail to call at Weinberg Clothing Co. Tneir Stock and Prices wlll °P en your eyes. We are Looking for you All. Weinberg Clothing Co., Staunton's Most Reliable and Up-to-Date Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 5 S. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. Bank. 1 HOLIDAY GIFTS. 1 I PIANOS, I I ORGANS, I J PIANO PLAYERS, I .|| ; and everything musical in all grades JSS |3| and qualities—at the lowest figures g| .|K obtainable—investigate ; there is noth g| iw. W. PUTNAM # CO. 8 m 103 W. Main St Va f|| S 5 | &/>o "Hotel Weston" | 5 Opened ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 January 1904

Staunton Ipectatpt AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by | R 8 TURK, Editor and Proprietor, A. S. Morton, Business Manager. East Main Street Staunton. \ a. TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION : SS , £S=r*i|l" Advance with the office, but simply to Tas Bpkcta Mat, Telephone In office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postoffice at Staunton, Vs., as second class mall matter. Friday, January 8, 1904. WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND JAPAN There is a very dark war cloud in the far east. Russia and Japan are about to grapple with each other in deadly embrace. The question is often asked what can Japan do with Bussia? Why is she so foolish as to go to war with that great natlou, had she better not lose Korea, and all it might mean to her, than to undertake so suicidal a policy as war? Will it not be another case of the Boers against the English J Taking the size of the two countries this would seem to be tbe case. Japan Is a small country when compared with Bussia, in fact most cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 January 1904

GET IT—Your Winter's supply of coal and wood. Also have Lumber for sale in large _<t*iar»tities. AT BRYAN'S. Paint. Paint—the Best— 9 AT BRYAN'S. Ladders of all kinds at BRYAN'S aept 25 6mos Phone«ls South Lewis St.. Staunton, Va. J. J. MURPHY, DEALER IN #ure and Unadulterated Liquors.** Handles ail the Different Brands of Augusta County Whisk es from Three to Eight Years Old. ONLY HANULEK OF D. BEARD WHISKEY IN CITY OK COUNTY. Have also on hand different brands ..f fine Old Wilson and Montleello, Pennsylvania Gray. Melvale, an J other fine brands. Special attention given to all orders. »" Having on hand a large quantity ofW hlskles and Wines, we wlii offer to the trade special inducements. &~ We handle Port and Sherry for family use use which we will sell at fl per gallon. 53F* Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and London Porter. Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good. No. 3 South New Street, Staunton, Va CIV Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BETWEEN' WASHI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 January 1904

$!aiii!oiis]ier!*.or AND VINDICATOR saasorlptlen Sl.OOPer Year. Friday, January 8, 1904. LOCAL BRIEFS. A new postofflon has been established at Portlaud, and is called Fordwick. Mr. W. A. Freed was In the city yesterday, his address in the future will be R. F. D. No. 3, Waynesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. (illlook of Lexington, visited relatives hers last week. Miss Sudie Stephenson is visiting ber brother, Mr John W. Stephenson at Warm Springs. Mr. H. 1). Rubush of Weyer's Cave, wus a pleasant caller at our office yesterday. Mr. C. A. Craf ton, who has been quite ill for several weeks, was able to come down town tbis week. Mrs. Reeves Catt has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J C. Granberry, Jr., at Rocky Mount. Rev. Dr. W. N. Scott has been hold lng a meeting every night tbis week at the Second Presbyterian church. Mrs. John W. Miller left Wednesday morning for Williamsport, Pa., called there by the illness of her mother. Miss Mary Watts has returned to Hollies Institute...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 January 1904

gr We invite inspection of oar Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it the largest of any paper Published in this City. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO GET THE Best Made,* Best Fitting,* And Most Stylish* Suits, Overcoats & Pants, At about Manufacturers Cost. Boys and Children's Suits and Overcoats are also included in this, our semi-annual clearing sale. These goods must be sold as we are determined not to carry any winter goods over. Do not miss this great opportunity. Weinberg Clothing Co., Staunton's Most Reliable and Up-to-Date Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 5 S. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. Bank. I PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE. S lA/E do not handle all the good PIANOS that are made, but ji JB M a" the Pianos we do sell are GOOD, RELIABLE STAND- fP, m ARD INSTRUHENTS, fully warranted by the manufac- M turers and by ourselves. And we can, and do, sell all our in- yj C struments at LOWER PRICES than others are offering. J flr We will give you positi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 January 1904

\%» Staunton Spectator ANDVINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by] R. 8- TURK, Editor and Proprietor, A. 8. Morton, Business Manager. Bast Main Street Staunton, \ a. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : ■MHEf^W ,n Advance in order to avoid delays, on aceoußt ot personal absence, letters »««,*>'»»■* ulcation for the Sfectatok should not De Saddled *» «? with the office, but simply to The sfecta Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postoffice at Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter- Friday, January 15, 1904. The war in tbe East bas given Mr. Roosevelt some uneasinesF, but not half so much as the war at home. Many have read tbe fate of "Lord TJUin's Daughter." Tbe fate of Deitrich's Daughter is the newest phase of daughter life. Mr- Hanna has been obliged to reiterate that he is not a candidate. It must be trying on Mr. Hanna to have the country doubt the sincerity of his statements. Mr. Roosevelt's defense of his actions In regard to Panam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 January 1904

S.ivnfoß&per.afiir AND VINDICATOR. aubsoriptlan $1.00 Per Year. Friday, January 15, 1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS. Mr. Henry Hanna of tbe Mt. Solon neighborhood, had bis foot severely injured several days ago by a horse failing on it. Mr. M. L. Mardis has been appointed general superintendent of the Chesapeake Western Ry. to succeed Mr. E. W. Jackson, who resigned last week. Prof. H M. Chamberlayne has purchased from Mrs. C. M. Marquis a lot in Marquis addition fronting on Hampton street, for $350. Rev. J. D. Donovan, for some years the popular pastor of tbe United Brethren church in this city, is criti cally ill at Martinsburg, W. Va., wbere be is at present stationed. The trial of Frank Lickllter indicted tor killing A. 8. Isbell of Hanover county, in bis watermelon car last summer, is set for Monday, the 25tb, at Charleston, W. Va. Frank, the infant son of Mr. end Mrs. W. P. Schmid, died Wednesday morning.after a few days illness, from pneumonia, followed by br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 January 1904

GET IT—Your Winter's supply of coal andjwood. Also have Lumber for sale in large quantities. Paint. Paint—the Best— 9 AT BRYAN'S. Ladders of all kinds at sept 25 6mos 1 J. J. MURPHY, | DEALER IN E J and Unadulterated | 1 Handles all the Different Brands of Augusta County Whisk es | 3 from Three to Eight Years Old. § _| ONLY HANDLES OF D. BEARD WHISKEY IN CITY OK COUNTY. £ =3 Have also on hand different brands of fine Old Wilson and Monticello, £ — Pennsylvania Gray. Melvale, an J other fine brands. Special attention given _3 to all orders. Elf Having on hand a large quantity of Whiskies and E= 3 Wines, we win offer to the trade special inducements. jy We handle g _9 Port and Sherry for family use use which we will sell at ?1 per gallon. fc 2 B_T Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and London Porter. g~ EH Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good. || §1 No. 3 South New Street, Staunton, Va fc ffir Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BETWEEN WASHINGTON, DANVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE BTATIONB....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 January 1904

< V^tyay%y^%.-%y^ 0 f*§- We invite inspection of i t onr Subscription List, by Ad i ' vertisers, and assure tbem W 1 tbat tkey will find it the larg- £ J ast ef any paper Published f i la tbis City. # t»a>%%r%a/tya>ay%»aya>ayeye>'arj &WBWmm\\WaWkWßWam\WamW& IA GREAT OPPORTUNITY! 1 , TO GET THE 1 I" Best Made,* ! Best Fitting,* I And Most SylisH* I I Suits, Overcoats k Pants, j At about Manufacturers Cost. B I Boys and Children's Suits and Overcoats | are also Included In this, our semi-annual clearlng'sale. These goods must be sold as we are determined not j to carry any winter goods over. Do not miss this great • opportunity. I —wisi»w.iswisi ' ■■■mi ■ ■ ir m■ ■■ ifwrws'Msi iimn i ~r — r H I Weinberg Clothing C 0.,! Staunton's Most Reliable and Up-to-Date 1 Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. I I $ 8. Augusta St. I I Next Aug. Nat. Bank. I I I f PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE. I WW IA/E «o not handle all the.good P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 January 1904

Inton Spectator ND VINDICATOR. ' very Friday morning by URK, Editor and Proprietor, Morton, Business Manager. 1 Street Staunton, Va. MS OV SUBSCRIPTION : to avoid delays, i>n account ot ibsence, letter's and all commuor the Spectator should not be to any individual connected ffice, but simply to The Specta- — In office connects with all City and Gounty Lines. t the Postoffiee at Staunton, Va., second class mall matter. y, January 22, 1904. THE HOT END OF THE POKER irman has become hotly en i the Maryland Senatorial a. Mr. Gorman is for Mr. Carter for the U. 8. Senate, erefore opposed to Mr. Rayat the fight is a hot one is lou all sides. It is said to be the people against the ma d Mr. Gorman turns thecrank .chine. How this may te we advised, but we know that ir. Rayner nor Mr. Carter ■ very strong grip upon onr sympathies. To elect either is so near Ilka electing a Republican that we have no heart in the fight. Both were for McKinley and both are back ' t lining at the De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 January 1904

GET IT—Your Winter's - - . . ... 5— . - supply of coal and|woo€l. have Lumbfur Iter sale in large quantities. AT WfM'AI-'S. Paint, Paint—the Best— AT BRYAN'S. Ladders of ail kinds at BRYAN'S sept 35 6ujos Phone 815 Bonth Lewis 8t , Bt«t*ton, -Va. tcuptv.'-.. , ;_"";" ' - 1 J. J. MOWIPY. I X~ '—*—-DEALEE IN § § and Unadulterated | W\ Handles all the Different Brands of Augusta County Whiskes | I from Three to Eight Years Old. . § ONLYHANIiLKB OF~ D. BEARD WHISKEY IN CITY OH COTTNTY. | Have also on hand different brands of sna Old Wilson tod Monticello, _• ' -Pennitylvanla'Gray. Melvale, ani other fine hrands. Special gtteßtrorrglven ■. fto all orders. HfHavinßOn hand a laree quantity of Whiskies and C Wines, we win offer to the trade speoral rndueements. --W We handle £ Port and Sherry for family use use which we willßellaf fl per gallon. Be -ffi r Also Botfled Beer.-Scotch Ale arrdl.ond.on Porter. _■ fc Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure a?nJ good. p No. 3 South New Street, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 January 1904

AND VINDICATOR. | soosoriptlon $1.00 Per Year. Friday, January 22, 1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS. Tbe National Democratic Cooventi m to nominate candidates for President and Vice President, will be held in St. Luis July 6th Miss Maggie Deaver, who died last week near Sangerville, was buried in P cemetery of the Brethren church he 14th r. 8. C. NefT of tbis city was last k elected second vice-president of Veterinarian Association of the State, at its meeting in Richmond. According to the list of voters prepwed by Clerk Argrenbright there will only be 836 votes cast at the m iniolpal election iv Jane. Oce of tbe prettiest calenders receiv ed at our office this year is tbe one sent as by tbe Hammer Carriage Co. of Waynesboro. Col. Geo. L. Peyton will in the fa ture conduct the "Powhatan" in Rich mond. The partnership between himself and Capt. Berkeley having been dissolved. Mr. Erastuß Landes died on Wed nesday morning near Stonewall, aged 71 years. He is survived by six cbil dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 29 January 1904

p ttF We invite inspection of \ onr Subscription List, by Ad J \ vertiserg, and assure tbem r ) that ttiey will finO it the larg- a I est of any paper Published J > in this City. # l*'%*%>%*S±V%>%+SV m V*'*** j IA GREAT OPPORTUNITY I TO GET THE I* Best Best Fitting,* And Most Sylish* I Suits, Overcoats & Pants, j At about Manufacturers Cost. [ I Boys and Children's Suits and Overcoats I are also included in this, our semi-annual clearing sale. I These goods must be sold as we are determined not m to carry any winter goods over. Do not miss this great ® I opportunity. 0 \^m I Weinberg Clothing Co., j Staunton's Most Reliable and Up-to-Date Js Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. I I 5 S. Augusta St. I Next Aug. Nat. Bank. I i i • aaaaamamm. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWkaS. 4B«HB9IM|«O»*JtIi aaataaaaaaaamWaWa\WßaaMMMWa1 K a\ tft*a r WtOaaaa%% aaWkaaaaa, mat I PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE. 1 aa not handle all the S ood PIANOS that are made, but S ...

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