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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 30 September 1904

$t;tjtiiloiisierljifor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday, September 30,1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Dr. 0. W. Rodger* and Mr. Percy Willson have returned from St. Louis. Rev. A. M. Fraaer brought his family home Saturday evening from Pun aeeti Springe, where they have spent most of the season. Dr. W. D. Armstrong has remover] to bin pretty new cottage on North Ooalter street. Ask to see the new shade of brown sails at Weinberg's. Col. Lottie .Speuee of Richmond, who was with the Governor's party at St. Louis, says, tbe Stonewall hriK.tde Hand was jnst splendid and coy ered itself wiUi glory. Rev J. P. Smith, Jr., of Richmond, son of the Central Presbyterian's editor, has received a call to old Oxford church, Rockbridge county, and removed to his field. Mrs. William R. Booker, near Waynef-horo, who has been ill with typhoid fever, is gelling about again, and will soon visit, her brother in-law. Mcffett Hooker, in Richmond. You're money out if you buy clothing before seei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 30 September 1904

THOS. C. ELIJEK. FITZHUOH ELDEK. ELDER & ELDER, Attorneys at Law, Rooms 5 and 7 Mai-.onic Temple, STAUNTON, VA. H. St. George Tucker. John Randolph Tucker. TUCKER & TUCKER, ATTORNEYS AM) COUNSELLORS. Staunton, Va. 10 Lawyer's Row. mar G-ly P. SCHEELE, ~~ • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Room 3, first floor Patriek?Bnilding, fet>26ly STAUNTON, VA. G. EIOHELBERUER, • Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office in Marquis Building, Staunton, Va. J.M. QTJAIU.EB, J. W. H. PILSON. QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW. ;Ij»w unices In Masonic Temple, CHARLES M. EAST, Attorney & Counselor at Law. 5 Haw Building, Staunton, - - - Virginia^ JOS. A. GLABIiOW, —ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,— Staunton, Va. State and Federal Courts. Will attend regularly the Circuit Court of Rockbridge county. oct IU-om^ JOHN B. COCHRAJN, AT'IOKNEY-AT-LAW. 3 Barrister's Row. - MutualPhone292. SIOHARD 8. KEK, HDOHH.KEKR Commonwealth's Attorney for Augusta County. KER &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 7 October 1904

J9P We invite inspection of our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and unsure tUem that tuey will find it the largest of any paper Published in thiß City. Weinberg Clothing Go's **p vimmm | Buothoi*" Attire. Youth's and Children embraces all the New Fabrics and Colorings which are so fashionable this season. Particularly among these are the new brown effects. The coats are cut in the new single and double-breasted Youth's Suits This house has always been considered headquarters for fashionable young men, and everything can be found here what is new and up-to-date. Children's Nobby Suits. Our stock of children's suits is now complete and novelties are here which can't be seen elsewhere in town. We have the exclusive agency for Strouse and Bros. Weinberg Clothing Co., Staunton's Reliable Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 5 S. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. Bank. 1 Putnam's Music Store! 1 I "Piano-Players"! jg U For Sale : g (P One shop-worn 65-note $250.00 AngelliS PiatiO OT _i Player fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 7 October 1904

Itaunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R. S- TURK, Kdltorand Proprietor, A. S. Morton, Business Manager. East Main Street Staunton. Va. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $100 (In jUvflnCfi Six Months... 50c j*" rillrmitiC In order to avoid delays, on account ot personal absence, letters and all communication for the Spectator should not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to The SpkctaTOB, _____ Telephone In office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postoltice al Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, October 7,1904. "democratic ticket. Election-Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1904, For President, ALTON B. PARKER, of New York. For Vice President, HENRY Q. DAVIS, of West Virginia, Congress 10th District, H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. REPUBLICAN ORATORS IN THE SOOTH. The country has been flooded with Republican literature, much of which is filled with the deception and nn truth, and much more if not nearly all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 7 October 1904

SfannloiiSjirrlafor AND VINDICATOR Subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday, October 7, 1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Personals. Mrs. Robert Preston Lankford is visiting Mrs. J. T. Cnbbens in Covington. Mr. R W. Crowder of Waynesboro, has been attending court in Coving ton. Mr. D. <'. Gallaher. a prominent lawyer of Charleston, W Va., has been visiting his relatives in Waynesboro. Mr. Kerlin A. returned to Staunton last week, after bavin? spent a week with his parents in Rockingham county. Hon. Thomas S. Martin and Hon. S. L. Kelley "f Richmond, will address tbe people of Staunton to-night. The speaking will bn in the Hustings Court lawn. Judge Edward Lander, of Washington, I). C, was the guest of Capt. T. I>. Ranson last week. He is 89 years of age, but very active and in the poss ssion of all of his faculties. Rev Mr. Smith of Fairfield, was in the city this week, returning from liasic City, where be had assisted Rev. E. B. Druen in his meetings there and at Olivet Chap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 7 October 1904

- i PROFESSIONAL. IFOS. C. BLUER. FITZHUGH ELDER ELDER & ELDER. Attorneys at- La w, Rooms S and 7 Masonic Temple, bTAUNTON, VA. H. St. George Tucker. John Randolph Tucker. TUCKER & TUCKER, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. Staunton, Va. 10 Lawyer's Row. mar Oly F. SCHEELE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Room 3, first floor Patrick; Building, feb2iily STAUNTON, VA. HO. EIOHELBERGER, ■ Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office in Marquis Building, Staunton, Va. J. M. QUARLES. Z. W. H. PILSON. QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW. ;i*wOfflceß In Masonic Temple, BTAUMTON VA. CHARLES M. EAST, Attorney & Counselor at Law. 5 Law liuilding, Stannton, - - - JOS. A. ULABOOW, -ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,-Stauntok, Va. State and Federal Courts. Will attend regularly the Cirouit Court of Rockbridge county. oct 10 3m JOHN B. COCHRAN, AT'IORNEY-AT-LAW. 3 Barrister's Row, • MutualPhone292. BICHAKD S. XXX, lli'UH H.KEKH Commonwealth's Attorney for Augusta County. KER &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 14 October 1904

HT We invite inspection of our '.Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it the largest of any paper Published in this City. Weinberg Clothing Go's EM <3f®l . - - • utUi fep I Reasonable Attire. Our showing of Fall and Winter Clothing for Men, Youth's and Children embraces all the New Fabrics and Colorings which are so fashionable this season. Particularly among these are the new brown effects. The coats are cut in the new single and double-breasted styles. Youth's Suits. This house has always been considered headquarters , for fashionable young men, and everything can be found j here what is new and up-to-date. Children's Nobby Suits. Our stock of children's suits is now complete and novelties are here which can't be seen elsewhere in town. REMEMBER! We have the exclusive agency for Strouse and Bros. High Art Clothing, Weinberg' Clothing' Co., Staunton's Reliable Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers--5 S. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. Bank. \ STA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 14 October 1904

Staunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R. S- TURK. Editor and Proprietor, A. S. Morton, Business Manager. East Main Street Stauuton, Va, TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : One Year »1.00 ) In kAvflnr.Q Six Months... r ,oc J■» rUi»<IHL/U In order to avoid delays, on account ot personal absence, letters and all communication for the Sikctatok should net be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to The Si-ecta-Tou. Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postolfice al Staunton, Va., as second class mail matter. ' __ Friday, October 14, 1904. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election-Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1904. For President. ALTON B. PARKER, of New York. For Vice President, HENRY G. DAVIS, of West Virginia, Congress 10th District, H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. THE PRETENDER. In voting for Mr. Roosevelt there are some who may think they are voting for an ideal man. Indeed a few think, or at least pretend to think, he i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 14 October 1904

AND VINDICATOR. subscrlotlon $1.00 Per Year. Friday, October 14, 1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Personals. Prof. John McClnre of Bethel, has opened his school at Midway. Col. V. D. Rnckman. the cattle roan, has he-!ii in Highland looking after his cattle business. Mr. Rudolph Dudley of Long Glade, has entered as a student al Washington aud Lee University. Judge Letcher adjourned his court In Harrisonburg Friday, and went to Richmond from Staunton Saturday. Misses Addie and Maud Sieg of Churchville, after spending 15 days at the St. Louis Exposition, have returned Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cline of the county, left, for St. Louis Tuesday to spend ten days at the Exposition. You're money out if you buy clothing before seeing Weinberg Clothing Mr. Horace Peck with his wife aud little boy, of Brovidence, R. 1., is spending a two week's furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. D, Peck Maj. Robert Stiles of Richmond, the gallant artillerist and author of "Four Years with Marse Robert", has been visit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 14 October 1904

PROFESSIONAL. IFOB. C. ELDER. FITZHUGH ELDER. ELDER ft ELDER, Attorneys-at- Law, Rooms 5 and 7 Masonic Temple, STAUNTON, VA. H. St. George Tucker. John Randolph Tucker. TUCKER & TUCKER, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. Staunton, Va. 10 Lawyer's Row. mar G-iy F. SCHEELE^ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Room 3, first floor Patricklßuilding, feb 26 ly STAU NTON, VA. HO. EICHELBKROER. • Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office in Marquis Building, Staunton, Va. J. M. Q.UAHI.EB. J. W. H. FILBON. QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW. ;Law Offices In Masonic Temple, STAUNTON VA. PHARLES M. EAST, Attorney ft Counselor at Law. 5 Law Building, Staunton, - - - Virginia. JOS. A. ULABUOW, —ATTORN E V - AT - LAW,— Staunton, Va. State and Federal Courts. Will attend regularly the Circuit Court of Rockbridge county. ocl IU am JOHN B. COCiiKAJN, AX 1 OK JN E V -AT- LA W. 3 Barrister's Row, - MutualPhone292. KICHAKU S. KEK, UUUUH.KEKK Commonwealth s Attorney for Augusta County. KER Ji KE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 21 October 1904

• 23F" We invite inspection of i our Subscription List, by Ad--1 vertisers, and assure tbem i that tbey will find it the larg- , est of any paper Published 1 in this Oitv. < i Weinberg Clothing Go's ; <j___£Hrr _r*ll i I F_\J_P_?'sh' PwPKFiri 9mm Attire. Our showing of Fall and Winter Clothing for Men, Youth's and Children embraces all the New Fabrics and Colorings which are so fashionable this season. Particularly among these are the new brown effects. The coats are cut in the new single and double-breasted styles. Youth's Suits. This house has always been considered headquarters for fashionable young men, and everything can be found here what is new and up-to-date. Cliilcireri's Nobby Suits. Our stock of children's suits is now complete and novelties are here which can't be seen elsewhere in town. REMEMBER! We have the exclusive agency for Strouse and Bros. High Art Clothing, Weinberg' Clothing' Co., Staunton's Reliable Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers--5 S....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 21 October 1904

AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R. S. TURK. Kdltorand Proprietor, A. S. Morton, Business Manager. East Wain Street Staunton, Va. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $100 | In A/U/aflCfi Six Months... 50e ) ■»• rUNCIIII/O j In order to avoid delays, on account ol personal absence, letters and all communication lor the Spectator should not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to The SpkctaTelephone In office connects with all City and Gountv Lines. Entered at the Postollice at Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, October 21, 1904. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election-Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1904. For President, ALTON B. PARKER, of New York. For Vice President, HENRY Q. DAVIS, of West Virginia. Congress 10th District, H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. ROOSEVELT AND THE DUNKARDS. I Tbe Old Dominion Sun is heroic to o tbe last though deeply pained that he Democrats should remind Dunk rds and Quakers of language in I fbich they are gratuitously insulte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 21 October 1904

Ilnn%ptxiuimt 0 VINDICATOR. ion $1.00 Per Year. Ictobar 21, 1904. ================ . DEPARTMENT. Personals. ird Echols got his moose ihot through and through i. jv Armstrong is attendMedical Society meeting iskel Argenbright and J. , are hunting liear in tain, ilia Burwell and Leta ending the Richmond icy out if you buy cloth-j eing Weinberg Clothing inor, an old and popular ridgewater, who has been J is out at his practice restored to health, mig Sieg of Highland «n licensed as a Foreign ud expects to sail for i November, lay of Basic, has pur Win. Garth of Albemarle ■ horse named Trapezist. recently won some good Jroekett, who bas been sperately in an encouniiob, is a sou of Mrs. lien, den. .Mrs. Imboden is Ie N. Featnster, well id a nephew of M rs. R. S. rued with bis regiment ppines and is now stall io, California, c new shade of brown erg s. Mr. and Mr.t. Arthur S. Woodhouse I ounce the marriage of their daughBessie Powers, to Mr. Craig A. Iderman, Tuesday evening, Novemlst, at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 21 October 1904

PROFESSIONAL. THCS C. ELDER. I'lTZHrriH KLDER ELDER & ELDER, Attorneys at Law, Rooms 5 and 7 Masonic Temple, STAUNTON, VA. H. St. George Tucker. John Randolph Tucker. TLCKKK A TUCKER, ATTORNEYS AM) COUNSELLORS. Staunton, Va. 10 Lawyer's Row. mar 6-iy HP. BUHESL.E, ATTOI! N BY-A T-LA W, Room 3, first lioor Patricktßuilding, feb26ly BTAUNTON, VA. U O. EICHELBEIKJKK, "' Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office in Marquis Building, Stauuton, Va. J..M. QUARLES, 3. W. H. PILSON. QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW. ;Law Offices In Masonic Temple, B_\A_JJNTON VA. QHARLES M. EAST, Attorney it Counselor at Law. 5 Law Building, Staunton, - - - Virginia. JOS. A. ULABtiOW, —ATTORN BY-AT-LA W,— Staunton, Va. State aud Federal Courts. Will attend regularly tbe Uiicuit (Joint of Rockbridye couuty. oc* iv • m JOHN B. COCHKAIN, Ai'IOKNEY-AT-LAW. 2 Barrister's Row, - MutualPhone292. BICHAKD S. KEII, iIIJUH 11. X EBB Commonwealth's Attorney for Augusta County. KEK &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 28 October 1904

fP |ajr We invite inspection of 5 our Subscription List, by AdW vertiseiß, and assure them I a> that they will find it the larg- . J est of any paper Published t a) in this City. a t — < Weinberg Clothing Go's V .r 'H 11 Our showing of Fall and Winter Clothing for Men, Youth's and Children embraces all the New Fabrics and Colorings v/hich are so fashionable this season. Particularly among these are the new brown effects. The coats are cut in the new single and double-breasted styles. Youth's Suits. This house has always been considered headquarters for fashionable young men, and everything can be found here what is new and up-to-date. Cliildren's Nobby Suits. Our stock of children's suits is now complete and novelties are here which can't be seen elsewhere in town. REMEMBER! We have the exclusive agency for Strouse and Bros High Art Clothing, E Weinberg' Clothing' Co., ton's Reliable Clothiers, Tailors and' Furnishers. >. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 28 October 1904

$t&untou cSpcclutot AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editor and Proprietor, A. S. Morton. ttenUaan Manager. East Main Street Staunton, Va, TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : s^a ß In Advance In order to avoid delays, on account ot personal absence, letters and all communication for the Spectator should not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to The Specta--1 elephone in office connects with all City j and County Lines. Entered at the Postoflice al Stannton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, October 28,1904. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election-Tuesday, Nov.. 8, 1904, For President, ALTON B. PARKER, of New York. For Vice President, HENRY Q. DAVIS, of West Virginia, Congress 10th District, H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. BRYAN AS A FACTOR. Mr. Bryan has been active in the present campaign. That tbe campaign could not have gotten along without him is patent to all. II ie tour through Indiana, has held the party together there, aud av...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 28 October 1904

!uufous>}iHJalor AND VINDICATOR. scrlotion $1.00 Per Year. iy. October 28, 1904. ........ >CAL DEPARTMENT. Personals. Holt has been holding court in vita this week. . S. Turk and Mrs. Turk have St. Louis doing tbe big fair ;ek. Oarr Moore of Bridgewater, ot the Tresbyteriau church r the last nine years, has, to etofhis devoted people, ac , call to Warrenton, N. C F. E. Baker.vow visiting here, of the bride's maids of tbe if President Roosevelt, who a Georgian. . N. Berki-ley, who is governisaist at Sin Juan, Porto Rico, iirlotigh in the States and vis uncle, Dr. Carter Berkeley here k. John B Morton, D. D., of Va., paid his brother, Capt. rton, a brief visit Wednesday iiirn from Synod, ml Mrs W. E Baker are Mr. H. D. Peck, and their Mrs N. L. Pratt and her ■. Evelyn, of Decatur, Ga., are s Bayly at Kalorauia. Una Fultz from Paola, Pa.' Capt. A. H. Fultz, a formei ! Staunton, is attending the ireb centennial and stopping T. M. Parkins. . K. Beard of Middlebrook,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 28 October 1904

PKOEESSIONAI.. TFOS C BLOKE. EITZHrOH IiLDEB. ELDER A ELDER. Attorneys at Law, Rooms 5 aud 7 Masonic Temple, bTAUNTOM, VA. H. St. George Tucker. lohn Randolph Tucker. TUCKER & TUCKER, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. Staunton, Va. 10 Lawyer's Row. mar li iy HF. SCHEELE~ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Room 3, first lioor Patrick Building, feb26ly STAUNTON, VA. Lj G. EICHELBEKGER, "• Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office in Marquis Building, Staunton, Va. J..M.QUAHLES, J. W. H. PU.SON. QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW. ; Law Offices In Masonic Temple, STA rj__TON _ V A. QUARLES It EAST, Attorney & Counselor at Law. 5 Law Building, Stauuton, - - Virginia. JOS. A. ULABQOW, —ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,— Staumtoh, Va. State and Federal Courts. Will attend regularly tlie Circuit Court of lvockbndge | county. octlUi:m JOHN B. COCHBAiN, AT'iOlixNEY-AT-LAW. 2 Barrister's Bow, - MutualPhone292. : RICHARD S. KEH, HI'UH H.KERR j Commonwealth's Attorney for Augusta County. ...

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

* WW We invite inspection of I our Subscription List, by Ad- * vertisers, and assure them I that they will find it the largest of any paper Published i in this City. I Weinberg Clothing Go's I Attire. Our showing of Fall and Winter Clothing for Men, Youth's and Children embraces all the New Fabrics and Colorings which are so fashionable this season. ; Particularly among these are the new brown effects. The coats are cut in the new single and double-breasted styles. Youth's Stats. This house has always been considered headquarters * for fashionable young men, and everything can be found here what is new and up-to-date. Cliildren's Nobby Suits. Our stock of children's suits is now complete and novelties are here which can't be seen elsewhere in town. REMEMBER! We have the exclusive agency for Strouse and Bros. High Art Clothing, Weinberg' Clothing' Co., I Staunton's Reliable Clothiers, Tailors and 1 Furnishers. 5 S. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. Bank. i STAUNTON, VA, I Putnam's Music Sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 4 November 1904

— . — =J Btaunton Spectator AND VINDIOATOR. _ l. . . _-??r?^?-^^^E* Issued every Friday morning by R. S. TURK. Editor and Proprietor, A. S. Morton, Business Manager. East Main Street Staunton, Va. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One Year 81.00 I In AdVAnCC Six Months... 50c j nl rtUfUIIVU In order to avoid delays, on account of personal absence, letters and all communication tor the Si-ectatoh should not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to Tun SpkctaTOB, Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postoffice al Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, Ncvember 4,1904. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election-Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1904, For President, ALTON B. PARKER, of New York. For Vice President, HENRY G. DAVIS, of West Virginia. Congress 10th District, H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. THE BATTLED RUSSIANS. No act of the Russians since they began their heretofore illmanaged war with Japan has equaled the oneby their Baltic fleet in ...

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