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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 16 December 1904

%tnnninn%pitUiut AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday, December 16, 1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. clothing at Weinberg's. Miss Annie Adkius of Ricbnjond.bas i been visiting ber brother, Mr. \V. ll.' A I kins of Swoope. Mrs. Watson I*. Goocb ami baby of Roanoke, is the guest of her parents Mr. John A. Sprou! of Clifton Forge, who spent Saturday ami Sunday here, h is returned home. Mrs. P. V. Binngardner of North Carolina, is tbe guest of the family of Capt. J.imes Burncardner. found !—A place where good clothing can be bought cheap. It's Weinberg Clothing Co. Mr. HT. T. Hoover of tbe Swoope neighborhood, is on a visit to several western states. Miss Annie Early of New Hope, has been visiting Mrs. R. H. Webb in Bridgewater. To please the men foiks buy a suit or overcoat for a .Vmas present at Weinberg Clothing Co. MisH Evie Snyder of Swoope. is visiting friends in Clifton Forge this week. J. P. Kice, tbe furniture dealer in tbis city, advertises Morris Chairs, | Ladies' Desks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 16 December 1904

WIIISK. EY. The New Brown-Stone liar-Cafe uNLY keeps Welty's. Belter than any other Money to Loan. 1 have money to loan on real estate, no matter where located, at 4A and o per cent interest. There is no reasou for paying a larger rate than this. If you desire a loan and aud have real estate to warrant it, write me about it. All correspondence strictly conllden tial F. Arminstton l'efivey. Mortgage broker. 1090 Fulton street, Brooklyn, tW. F. DEEHENS SURGEON DENTIST, Late demoiißtra tor of operativ dentistry at the U Diversity of Sfaryland, Baltimore Offices, ,*■*.. .... .■ *I '■ ■ '<"■ y*-~ - Rooms I & 2 Crowle Building, STAUNTON. VA. 500 BEEF HIDES WANTED Wm. R. Knowles, No 14 N. Augusta St.. Staunton,Va. Store, - <>5«. ■ Residence, - 755. Farm Line, 51. inz-across the street from the old \ ! Hutel-the Brand New Brown fetone on tne eoruer. Julius is THEKE-lfsuear to everj,---v, here-nearest to both Kailroad Htanom.. All treated white. G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 23 December 1904

We invite inspection of our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it the largest of any paper Pablished You are Simply Doning an Injustice to [Yourself If you buy a Suit, Overooat,' Craver.erte, or even as much as a pair of Knee Pants, before seeing Weinberg Clothing Go., If Where you can make your selection of the products of the principal and leading Clothing manufacturers of Ame- Strouse & Bros., High Art Clothing. If you buy from us you get garments that fit and retain its shape, equally as good as the finest garments made by merchant failors. You save money on every purchase and are backed by the guarantee of our house. Your money back for every purchase nof satisfactory. Weinberg' Clothing Co., The Leading Clothiers of Staunton, Va., 5 S. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. Bank STAUNTON, VA. Putnam's • botb/of these.points with tbe'tine*line of. Instruments we carry, and with.our OnelPrice System*. We can actuallyrsave you from $25.00 to $7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 23 December 1904

Staunton Spectator ANDVINDIOATOR. 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... $1.00 Six Months... 50c In Advance In order to avoid delays, on account of personal absence, letters, and all communication for the SPECTATOR should not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to THE SPECTATOR. Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postoffiee at Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, December 23,1904. THE DAWN OF.IMPERIALISM. There good deal .of commotion in the iailroad world over the seein-j ing determination of President Roose | velt to force a measure through .;Congress which will tend .to regulate rail- J road rates. Tbis is the most momentous question yet broached by our versatile President. Itjwill welt nigh set the seal of certainty on centralized govern ment. and place that question b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 23 December 1904

S.aua!uns|irr.afor AND VINDICATOR. •subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday, December 23,1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. clothing at Weinberg's. Miss Hallie Henkel has returned home after spending several months with relatives in Missouri. Cadet William Uickle of tbe V. P. L. U spending the holidays with his parents here. Mrs. J. W. Keller has been called to Uiailottesville by the illness of he* mother, Mi>. J. D. Bush. Dr. J. S. DeJamette bas returned from a hunting trip to Frederick's Found !— A place where; good clothing can be bought cheap. It's Wein herg Clothi.ie Co. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lambert of Lynchburg, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. (.'. P. Latnbert. Mrs. Moore and daughter, Miss Kllie, are with Mrs. A. M. Henkel for the holidays. ; Mrs. Nannie 1) Fishbume and son, Frank have been speuding the week in Washington. To please the men folks buy a suit or overcoat for a Xmas present at Weinberg Clothing Co. Miss Lyda Whitlock, who bag been quite ill with pueumonia, is improvCap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 23 December 1904

500 BEEF HIDES WANTED Wm. R* Knowles, No 14 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. PHONES: Store, - 658. Residence, - 755. Farm Line, 51 time -every day is a bis day at tne New Brown Stone HOTEL and HA R lie is managing—across tlie street from tne old Virginia Hotel-the Brand New Brown Stone on the corner. Julias Is TIIERK -It's near to everywhere—nearest to both Railroad stations. All treated white. Good beds, lunch, diuluy roviiiK and package rooms. Best bar In town. "Every drink—ls a delight—every blte-te -a —relish." Please bear in mind lt'B the NewBrown Stone Building, In Staunton -South New St., and SrheHei' is manager. J. CLARENCE STAFFORD. Dr. W. F.DEERENS SURCEON DENTIST, „ ,-?* x f o *J . , Late demonstra tor of operativ dentistry at the JJuiversity of Maryland, Baltimore Offices, Rooms I & 2 Crowle Building, Money to Loan. 1 have money to loan on real estate, no matter where located, at ;4$ and 5 per cent interest. There is no reason for paying a larger rate than this....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 30 December 1904

veriiscrs, auii »sb that they will find it the larg- f Sfifc j D»©THyi* "i**\£f You are Simply Doning an Injustice to; Yourself if you buy a Suit, Overooat," Cravenerte, or even as much as a pair of Knee Pants, before seeing Weinberg Clothing Co., Where you can make your selection of the products of the principal and leading Clothing manufacturers of America, including Strouse & Bros., High Art Clothing. 1 If you buy from us you get garments that fit and retain its shape, equally as good as the finest garments made by merchant failors. You save money on every purchase and are backed by the guarantee of our house. Your money back for every purchase nof satisfactory. Weinberg' Clothing' Co., The Leading Clothiers of Staunton, Va., j SS. Augusta St. Next Aug. Nat. Bank. | STAUNTON, VA, Putnam's/Music Store! botlTof these.points with the.tinel.line we carry, aud.witu.our OnelPrice SyStemc. WeJ can actuallylsave you from $25.00 to $73.00 on a Piano, and we are always willing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 30 December 1904

% immtott Spectator AND VINDICATOR. 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... $1.00 Six Months... 50c In Advance wi-h the office, but simply to The Spectator Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postoffiee at Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday. December 30,1904. THE APPOINTMENT OF MR. STUART. District of Virginia, came as a sur prise to Mr. Morgan Treat the gentleman who at that time held the office, so we are told. We believe it. It came as a surprise, we are led to believe, also to many other Federal office holders in Virginia, as well as many would be office holders. The appoint ment caused surprise also to many who knew Mr. Stuart, but were of opposite politics. It was not generally known in this quarter where Mr. Stuart lived for some time, that he had grown penitent and undergone a] change of heart. Those...

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

$famifoits])H.*for AND VINDICATOR. subscription $1.00 Per Year. Friday, December 30, 1904. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ha* returned from Richmond. Lost—Several dollars by not bnyirg i lothiair. at Weinberg's. Miss Bessie Hunter of Richmond, is .'i guest of Mrs. (J. G. (Jooch. Dr. Cbas. Eichelberger of Danville, h is been visiting his mother here. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Pace and little son of Hampton, are visiting their I'.irents here. Mr. T. E. Coffman and son, Saylor, of Keota, lowa, are visiting relatives! iv the city and county. Prof. C. H. Withrow of Augusta, • •a., is spending tbe holidays with relatives in Waynesboro. | Kound !—A place where good clothing can be bought cheap. It's Wein l*»rg ClothiJg Co. Mr. J. Randolph .Tucker spent Christinas witb bis rather, Hon. 11. St. George Tucker, in Washington. Mr. Wm. Patrick and Miss Aunie Patrick, spent Christmas with Mr. l .'trick's mother near Waynesboro. Mr. (ivy Hamilton spent Christmas v, th bis father, Mr. 11, A. S. Hamilton at Shadwell...

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

lusuand, referring to fhe memorandum the had given him. "One dozen eggs, a pound of raisins, bottle of lemon extract, a tin of ground cinnamon, and half a pound of sugar. What do you want wlt h til these things. Belliuda!" "I've got a stale loaf." replied the young wife, "that I'm going to save by working it up into a broad pudding. I never let anything en to waste. Henry." Her Mind and Her Tongue. Jhe always "speaks what's on lorn-xi." But I do not deplore !'lj:it trait of hers—that's not the tui:'R Wnlch tends to make me sore: She speaks what's on her ir.tnrl and then Proceeds to speak some more. -Chicago Rcon7'.!-llfT:i'.,l. WHEN A BEE BECOMES A PONY. 1 AJwAys t sKisaW rn^Ke vi/hea ever 1 9*o To OcViool\o ,poT ia my pochejT a Spelling-<Bee--5o he cm\ ■whisperIhe wovds to me, I* —Washington Star. The Hunting Season. "You're looking fine this morning," ; said the gallant Mr. Masher. | "You flatter me," replied Miss Win- | some. "Not at all. You're as plump as a par- ; tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 January 1905

if tW We invite inspection of jt , our Subscription Hist, by Ad- 5 V vertisers, and assure them r £ that they will find it the larg- £ W est of any paper Published € jt in thiß City. •* i WK thank our many patrons for their liberal patronage during the past year, and we shall make every effort to hold the confidence of the public by continuing to give them the very best goods the market affords at very lowest prices. Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous New Year. WEINBERG CLOTHING COMPANY, Next to Aug. Nat. Bank, - - - Staunton, Va. | Putnam's Music Store! 1 X> The first consideration in the'purchase of a* Piano is Quality 5^ 0 but a very important; consideration is the! Price. We ; meet €k both of these.points rine'line [of. Instruments we carry, Ck and witu.our OnolPrice System. We can actuallylsave tf you from $2.3.00 to $?- r > 00 on a Piano, and we are always willing #r _a to publish oaKprices to.give prospective purchasers an oppcrtu- _fc T compari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 January 1905

Itautttott Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R. S- TURK. Editor and Proprietor, A. 8. Morton, lluslness Manager. East Main Street Staunton, Va, TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $1.00 (| n A/ivAlirP Six Months... tto J»• /UlYdlll/C in order to avoid delays, on account of personal absenoe, letters and all communication for the Spkctatob should not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to Tint Spkctatob, Telephone in office connects with all Gity and County Lines. Entered at the Postofnee at Stanntoci, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, January 6,1905. HiS LAST GOOD-BYE. Mr, David Bennett Hill again announces his determination to retire from politics. These announcements come to us like the farewells of Patti. They are as sad as the st rains of an aoleou harp, and carry melancholy in every note. Why this irrevocable de termination V Cincinnatus, we are told, always mentally asserted that when be returned to his plow he would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 January 1905

FKOFEBSIONAL. Dr. JAHES M. KIBLER, Graduate of ,the American School of Osteopathy.Klrkvillc, Mo., .Inne lsii'j. Post graduate, June ISM. Office, No. 2U North New street. Hours: » A. M. to 5 P. M. except Sunday. STAUNTON, VA. ALEX. F. ROBERTSON, " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 4 Lawyer's Row. Prompt attnntionto all legal business. TFOB. C. BI.UEII. FIT/.HIUn KI.IIER. ELDER & ELDER, Attorneys-at-Law, Rooms 5 and 7 Masonic Temple, STAUNTON, VA. St. George Tucker. John Randolph Tucker. TUCKER & TUCKER, ATTORNEYS ANU COUNSELLORS. Staunton, Va. 10 Lawyer's Row. mar G iy HF. SOHEELE, . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Room o, first floor Patricklßuilding, feb26ly STAUNTON, VA. G. KICHELBERGER. • Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office in Marquis Building, Staunton, Va. j. m.qtjaklks, ;. w. H. PILSON. QUARLES &iPILSON, Attorneys ancLCounselors AT-LAW. ; Law Offices In Masonic Temple, STAUNTON VA. CHARLES M. EAST, Attorney & Counselor at Law. 5 Law Building, Staunton, - - - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 January 1905

$fa»iiJoiis]p*tltffiF AND VINDICATOR. subscription SI.OO Per YearFriday, January 6,1905. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Personals. Miss Sallie Kinney is visiting Mrs. Edgar Taylor in Richmond. Lost -Several dollars by not buying clothing at Weinberg's. Dr. W. F. Deekens has returned from Baltimore, where he spent tbe holidays with relatives. Magistrate.]. G. Gocbenour of tbe New Hope neighborhood, has been quite sick, but is now better. Mr. Homer, Clemmer bas gone to Toronto, Canada, where he will take a course in veterinary surgery. l.yucbiugs in 1004 were fewer than in any year since 1885, the number beMr. John P. East has returned to New York.latter spending the bolidiy* with his mother here. Found !—A place where good clothing can be bought cheap. It's Wein berg Clothiug Co. Capt. and Mrs R. V. Parr of Ford wick, were ainoug the visitors to the city ou Tuesday. Mr. Craig A. Haldeinan of Washington, are visiting Mrs. H.'a parents, Mr. and Mrs.A.S.Woodhouse. Mrs. W. 11. Lovegrove of Stuart's D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 January 1905

*■» d EST We invite inspection of ( our Subscription List, by AdV vertisers, and assure them I J) that they will find it the larg- , 5 est of any paper Published ' »• » f in this City. < t I Mid-Winter Sale! In order not to carry any WINTER GOODS over, all Suits, Overcoats, Pants and Winter Underwear, will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices. Now is the time to secure bargains. Weinberg Clothing Go., Next to Augusta National Bank. Staunton, ;_ - - Va. ■ Putnam's Music Store! Tbe first consideration in the'purchase of a'Piano is Quality but.'a very important] consideration is the Price. Weiiueet bothlof.these.points with'.tbe Tof. Instruments we carry, and withjour OneFPrice Systeme. We can actuallyrsave you from §25.00 to $75 OO.on a Piano, and we are always willing ■ to publish;our;prices to give piospective purchasers an opportunity to comparisots before buying. THE RICH, CLASSIC ARTISTIC STARR PIANOS THREE SIZES. 4 feet 6 inches high - - - $300 4 " 8 " " - - - 325 4 "10 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 January 1905

■■—«^ a——— $taunton Ipectator ANDVINDIOATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R. S- TURK, Editor and Proprietor, A. S. Morton, Business Managar. East Main Street Staunton, Va. TERMS Or" SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $1.00 (In A/lVanCfi Six Months... 60c ) ■" "UftlllV/G In order to avoid delays, on account ol personal absence, letters and all communication for the SPKCTATon should not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, hut simply to Tint SpkctaTOB, Telephone in office connects with all City and County Lines. Entered at the Postoffiee at Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, January 13,1905. 80VERNMENT DICTATION OF RATES. A good many railroad men are apparently surprised that there is such a demand for government control of railroads. Not that the government intends, or that anybody desires it to take over the railroads themselves. Bat the regulation of rates will be a long step in that direction, "and the taking over will come sooner or later if the gover...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 January 1905

§.ann.ons])Hia.ar AND VINDICATOR. — , _ subscriDtion $1.00 Per Year. Friday, January 13,1905. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Personals. Mr. John A. Sproul of Clifton Forge was in thecity Wednesday on business. Miss Margaret Surber has gone to Philadelphia. Mr. John Robson of Mossy Creek, has been quite ill for some time. Mr. J. F. Guinn of Goshen, was in the city this week on business. Mrs. Sarah Revercomb of Mt. Solon, fell from a buggy recently and broke her left arm. The will of the late John Fallon was admitted to probate in the Corpora tion court this week. PWhit Dodge of Stuart's Draft, has turned to Randolph-Mocon Academy Mr. George Hiser of near Dorcas, is sold his farm to Mr. Sutler of West Virginia, $1,200 cash. Miss Rosalie Wholey, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. McXamara, in Lynchburg, has returned home. Miss Norma Cupp of Mt. Solon, who h is been seriously ill for several weeks i i somewhat unproved. Mrs. Ida Bowder of Pennsylvania, is visiting the family of Mr. W. L. Speck, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 January 1905

— - | .. FBOFI-SSIONAL. DR. JAMES M. KIBLER, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, Office No. 20 North New Street. Hours—9 A..M. to 5 I. _1. except Sunday. STAUNTON, VA. «LEX. F. ROBERTSON, " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 4 Lawyer's Row. Prompt attentionto all legal business. TPOS. C. KI.DEK. IO—KBO_ ELDER. ELDER & ELDER. Attorneys-at- La w, Rooms 5 and 7 Masonic Temple, STAUNTON, VA. St. George Tucker. John Randolph Tucker. TUCKEK <fc TUCKER, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. Staunton, Va. 10 Lawyer's Row. _J??L 6 :yi HF. SCHEELE, "" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Room 3, first floor Patrick;Bullding, feb 26 ly STAUNTON, VA. G. EICHELBERGER. • Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office in Marquis Building, Staunton, Va. J. Id.yUAKLES, J. W. H. PILBON. QUARLES &SPILSON, Attorneys ancLCounselors AT-LAW. ;Law Offices In Masonic Temple, STAUNTON _VA. OHARLKS M. EAST, Attorney & Counselor at Law. 5 Law Building, Staunton, - - - Virginia. JOS. A. tfLASfciOW, —ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,— Staunton, Va. St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 20 January 1905

o^%-'%.'%'%.'%'%%'%'%•'%'%■'%.'%.%-v^ <* tW We invite insDection of d i our Subscription List, by Ad- \ W vertisers, and assure them W 0 that they will find it the larg- d ' est of any paper Published J * in tbis City. d i I Mid-Winter Sale! In order not to carry any WINTER GOODS over, all Suits, Overcoats, Pants and Winter Underwear, will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices. Now is the time to secure bargains. Weinberg Clothing Co., Next to Augusta National Sank.* Staunton, - - Va. j I Putnam's Music Store! i STARR PIANOS. I W. W. PUTNAN & CO.. I | 1 No. 103 West Main Street, I I STAUNTON, :- VIRGINIA. ! I"Hotel Weston"? S GEO. WESTON iProp. | | RATES $1.00 Per DayTi | "RESTAURANT AND LADIES CAFE." | g MEALS, 25c * * BEDS, 25c. g 4 " AUL WHITE HELP." g gS. AUGUSTA STREET, - STAUNTON, VA. g A , iJLm *I a The dose is one, just one piii j I\ 1/PrC I-*! II C at bedtime - Sugar-coated,! IJL T VI Ul 11lu n,ild ' certain. They cure! •f consripation. t£&j£~...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 20 January 1905

Wsm-; - Staunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R 8- TURK, Editor and Proprietor, A. 8. Morton .Business Manager. East Main Street Staunton.Va TERMS OIT SUBSCRIPTION : Six Mobflhll.tr BBb )'" "OVdlltt ~ln order to avoid delays, on account ol personal absence, letters and all couiuni uleation for tbe Spectator should not d» addressed to any individual conneetei with tbe office, but simply to Thk SphctaTelephone In office connects with all Ot) and Count>' Lines. Entered at the l'ostomee al Staunton, Va., as second class mall matter. Friday, January 20,1905. DECIDEDLY |T. A decided case of It, bas been developed iv the Southwest. Those who have been to the Virginia Legislature were accustomed to hear statesmen from that quarter norate on "The Great Southwest." Language was often not sufficiently expressive to convey their ideas and the admiring listener was compelled at times to call on his imagination after the dictionary was exhausted. Senator Joh...

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