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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 9 May 1900

A Handsome Picture .?. ?lv>II.M?lt 1 ,<MI?Mk me.m I ' 22, ?\H L M CM I.N i m ,- ,,,. t M Al.?.!: v RV] .v PA1KOP !^1i?mv--< aV < >xl?si-?il?. for 2 weeks only. 'File* QueenQuality OXFORDS are the talk of the town. The price Is S0.50 or 50c. less than the boots, as less material and labor are required in making. Look for TRADE MARK stamped on sole. R?>Yw oitMl WELL ?,.<! OHBAl?LY. Our prices will reveal to you how cheap ? il " our Soys in fit-to-be-worn ?- <> r*r ii i :> -?. ftC?sfUSi* ?CRryYV/?LeStF#0,VTf?OYAL VA? JERA Y VILLE FURNITURE STORE. ?j i?*?i?i:> -.?i ill BANK fl.Al?KK TO) kVe are rend v for the Spring tra.le with a ?*..i tiiture of Every Kind, child's ? hair Ui Fine l*.?-?lro??ni ll'l- ?w -i ? Mirror? and l'i?-t . ? r? t h? adva*ooe ami \\ ? have a?l?l??l a ni??? line of GROCERIES ami NOTIONS; TRY i 3 ON I'M ; 'I?>. I - - ? util! another line of -Triumph Steel Ranges? ? ?*r mail? and trth * 'hea|?*'rthan liave th?- I op M ,1. l .?v.u. I...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 9 May 1900

Ci. A RKE COURIER WKI'N . . MA, Oreat Men. Dead and Living U.? ?poke last week of theuIIall of Fame" which is to be er?*cted ii York by the enthusiasm of some un? known hero worshiper to honor the memory of s limited number of emi WaOmt American>**r and ?-uoted the New York Times to the effect that, of all the great American ?!??.???.!. hardly more than two would be placed, bv the unanimous approval of their liv? ing countrymen, among the immor? tals, ng suggest-* s melan? choly r? or two?leading, of course, to an interrogation point. f??r be whose reflections do not end in an interrogation point is wiser tha: S onion. If the American people are as individuals too narrow?too bigot? ed?too partisan--too sectional ? to? "Carping?to recognize with generous unauimity 'the great who made old day* immortal," what hope is then that they will? ? :i per mit mei I n the j or the future. It has i tha! mu?. sphere uufa the dev taiulv the captious or the partisai criticism that is now* not nn...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 16 May 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berry ville, Va., Wednesday, May 16, 1900. No. 13. iMK ? ? i . ? MM?. m i ;>r??.n, . SWS er i \ i ?? i . . N ?v? . THK CLAKKh COURIER. JOHN O. GROWN, KdiTUK A?? PROIKIItTOK flit i I \l"k ? KIKk ia S .l>li?l?eS ?*??????. | a' ?'NI l??.l.l*.K AM 1- tri I KKTH. 1 a lien i.?>t pem i? sslvaffMs tw?. ?i?.l4??r?. a '?arg?"-?!. JkO-*IKTlHIIItM> Wlli t***Sl**rta?W/*aWS ??? the fat? ?<t ? ?t.? i ? M*aan (taisu liut-s t,.r It. - itti?l I* Iff t>ll* i ?<l?llt*.?H.rt ti??n. Ad Ten be balf T???r ?>r year ?t I.? 'FI I 13 >*? V XM J VS i?: v p 11 .It ??I ill)? : ; M?ti 1 * f? >i?*l??i ?MIM ?"-?Vf'' FINE FO We Ara R ? .-I Ml \ II. . \'.?M II rshall ? w. r. . ? i *, \ I .'!: r\ ' ' "*. ' * 4 VI. J. . v . % ... ' ? ?*ai ? l>l.-ll?l N* ? II. ? r D 1> I *| i II? ? I) I ? < Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat. It artificially dip? si-1 h? t. dand aids "Nati.re in strengthening and ?re-con structing the exhaust??d ?? ?>r gaos ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 16 May 1900

CURKE COURIER .toUN <> OECE ? Editor an?! rr.?*.?ri?*t.>i IN! SDAY. MAY ; Berryville ha? a Future. The (\>t KiKK desire? to direct at? tention of the citizeus of HerryvilV to the ?bore heading in ihe hope that new life will be iufused in our old town. In view of the rco?'i.* pletion of her gravity water ?\stem from the top of the Blue l?idge Moun tain aud her many advantages of lo? cation, why ?-(.?mid she not develop a future of growth and pn-speritv com? mensurate with her surroundings':' The town il beautiful for situation: well and uicely paved st: shaded sidewalks: polite accommo? dating bntinnw men: nice hour.-.*-: churches of all d?nominations with able l>i\ ? go,??I graded I aud private male aud female college*, a refined, intelligent, cultured j aud surrounded by au agricultural sectiou for fertility of soil not excel led in Virginia or elsewhere. ?Doonr p?-ople realize what a graud, inviting. charming section of country ours is: If so. we should no: -elfish ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 16 May 1900

MENS' ROYAL BLUE SERGE SUITS $6.50. ! f ?-?.? oihett bemm%wmttwm t t ls.00 nuire for t-aiiit* lion -??niniv ??Ni.v to he looked Special Values in Ladies' Waists, Skirts, and Footwear Come and takt- ? i?)(,k. Examine our Styles ? mc Pri.-rs Berryville aud Front Royal. Virginia. SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY R. O. H ARD E S T Y Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. l-.rc.le? at 81 ?an, worth 10. | ?f I,r,s8 Goodll ? Cos, ?,ghaiu9 at 10. worth Ii'); A. 7 ?it. "" W',r."','.",. . .rK.. ,,,.,, S,..l <?? , Ta.^ - Big ( ut m Lawn?., per paper. M.-ii - I'antH. Ifeo'i Ilcnw Shuts IWax I\.ta?h Lye 7 etm ,,?,. and Fine ?Shirts, Boj FnnU at g?-- m any. Baiiain in Bal Low Pn EUd Bool. Met. h?Madras Fine Shirts at STJ, indry Wash Powder, 5 el pack worth$1.85. a. ??. *jfor5. ' 1'?'?'? -?. 5 ??"'? 10 ets. tch Axle Oil for Buggies. 25 ct Men'- (?auze .*>hirt? i for 15 Bi-4 Driv? in Ladies Oxfo-rd T ??-. Bnam?l?d Warn, T? -fM tegular pri ? |] 00 to V"' S'"...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 16 May 1900

CLARKE COURIER WEDNESDAY, MAY It?, 1900. IS THIS WAR. OR ONLY PLAIN KILLING? It cannot have escaped notice that recently the dispatches cabled from the Philippines, whether preee die patches or "official" communication? from the "military recluse of Mauil la." as General Oti? has been happily styled, have been les? iu the nature of reports of fig'jting done by our troops than simple records kept of the number of Filipiuo? killed by them from day to day or week to week. ThM on April *24 ami S0 we had detailed account? furnished of the number of killed duriug the werk, includiug April 1t>, which seams to have been a regular held day for that sort of thing. Thus on that day ('encrai Otis reported some 'AM natives killed at Hatoc, in North? ern I.u/.on, by the troops operatiug under General Young, our loss at the same time being '?* killed and 4 woun ded. A pr?s-* correspondent, referr? ing to the ?-ariie affair, ?ays that to the number killed by actual count there should be added at...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 23 May 1900

The Clarke Courier Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, May 23, 1900. No. 14. PHB CLARICE ?COUK tKR. MM? Wu.,k <>i ALL LiMl.s . < ? ! ' * > T. .?- !.i MLI>, ;. \ i.> v: N ?v.?.. ?\?. .-??i ?tlvan.i at fair I --ff-.i ? .' ?\ ? ? ? i. mu- : fat upon ;?? ? ry. THE CLARKE COURTKR. JOHN O OROWN. IB l,ROI,KIET??K TU CLARE g COI i?: w.-s-k';.- a ? UTS Kirr? ? km? t ratais mvo. r. wiu?r mee tw.. ?ktllati will . Aasaaaaaaaavs will b< .?'rate tllarsand r- ?aueoa (ten ?, and Fifty ? r v the half Tear or ??. ? -- rni i<: t^.Y yi i : as i:\ i i* 1 *_?< *???? !??"* ^>.B V?** UODTUP ?i ? ? I FINE FOOT?. EAR, We A i ?? Hec Our C' ? ??OSI1NMIA IK. i hi: -r .R riiok Bol ?1 |os N \V I KCl \ ? ! irehall Mel ?rml? k. U.H M Marshall McOormi?k & Son. form?Ml a partnership to prs ... .11 business will receive j? r? ? i?? i lenti tfotctt ?'-i I'hurch St., m ('?-?nrt-htmse W. T. Lewis. .t i rORNBT-A il. UV. RRf VILLE ?? ill att id t<> any lt?# l the courts of < T...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 23 May 1900

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O. CROWN, Bditor and Proprieto?. WKDNKSOAV. MAY 23, 1900 Election - day, Thursday next. May 24th. Donic>crats should vote an ?NSORATOHBD TICKET, which means they stand by their party e platform and aro in favor of a Constitutional Convention. Vote for Constitutional Conven? tion On Thnrsdsy next the people of Virginia will be called upon to ?ay whether they wish a revision of our present odious constitution. The democratic party, in its State convention by a viva voce vote, "ear? nestly urges the democratic voters*' of the State to vote for the holding of a constitutional convention. There? fore, a democratic voter, who disre? gards his party's wishes by voting against a constitutional convention, is guilty of disloyalty to his party, as much so as those, who may bolt the democratic ticket to be made atKansas City. Hence, democrats should turn out snd vote the party ticket, and not give by their example an excuse for disloyalty to the National ticket to some w...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 23 May 1900

We cloth M.N ?... we|| m W,1MKN or Hots f.? t nsabow too some of '"" *-*itJf N"?A.|iies. Convince tours I ! , ? II vo?. can .1res, for laJMlC JO! ' _J%f*& ** ^^**??a***?***?**_?v?. ? a ' Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia. SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY re. ?. h a no E s t x Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest m Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. [*ol of Dress Gootls at Oosl to eloss Psroales si HJ cents. w..rth In. Ginghsvins at 10, worth Yl\. At 7 worth 10. Big Cut in Lawns. Men's Bants, lien's Ileaw Shirts ;?ml Fine Shirts, Boys' Knee Pal Low Tri Men's Medras Fine Shirts a! s7?. worth $1.25. 1,.1-i Men - <? tuze Shirt Drivs in Lndiee' Oxford Ties, ilar pries $1.00 to %\ 50, n< and 96 m.m l-.iun.lry Soap, th? .m?* <*.ike will lt" a- far I any ' ks 7 ?k?> : who have tried it won't have any other. LsBTge paper ?Steel Carpel Tacl CtS. J'?-r paper. Boras Potash Lye, 7 cts. per can, as ?iny. Bargain in Babbit*?and ted ?Seal. ' unity Wash Powder, 5 St. pack? ages. 2...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 23 May 1900

CLARKE COURIER WMDHMBDLY. MAY s;*, 1900. A KO Y AL LOVE STO?TY MOW ?CZAR NICHOLAS II WOOED AND WON HIS ORPHAN COUSIN. The?-?- War.? aWaWsVW Ohjrrtion? to tka? Match, svnd t hr ?nan? ? ?.??pi?* Had Man? F.nrmla?*, but l.o???* KlnsUly rrlnrnphrd Oirr ?ill. The ezaj*. Mcliolas II. always loved his orphan ?*?nisi:i. and as they met somewhat frSQasatlj ha? ?lid not lack opportunity of ?liscovoring for himself that his love was rtviprocatcd. But then? u.-te -paTS ?'bjectlona to the mati'L. BBd the ?reSBBg I?ivits hail many enemies. Ths ?zar's parents ??pposod the union with all the emphasis they eeaSfl cuiuiaml. Princess Alix was a l.uth? ran. and Nicholas be?onget? to the Oreek ehurcli. T?> Al?-xantier III this was nlino8t a fatal objection to th?*ir murria;?;?'. an?I everything was dans that ct?ul?l In? daas to convince the young heir to all the Kusslas that he must ae.-ept nnoth? r l>:i?le. Even Queen Victoria j??lnetl the little army srrayed a-galnst the lovers. Princess Alls wa...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 30 May 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, June 6, 1900. No. 16. fHECLARKK COURIER. lOH aTOItK Of ALL KIND8 41 il AM ? --?IKUS. BALI BILLS, fiw? TLAK>. VKPS. BLANKS, Ac., Ac. vcutetl promptly and neatlyand at fair prices. __rJ<>u WORM ataaf nsaaM for upon '?.-livary. THKCLARKK COURIER. JOHN O OR?7,'N, Kairos ri' w?s#?kly m PAI: t??? doUars ??? ?KVERTiUKsa? |ga of O (Jem tiori. .\ yen The NEWEST S HAP E S ?IN i^i i< >i :>? m?a i.i ?i link ?>f ladies" kink BHOH IN IHK V M IKY. M- i'sOl : r-ls m \'i?-i Ki?l, Russia ?'alf, ami !'..?. it Leather.?Swell Shapes. Up-i: Date Styles in Shirts. Hats? and Neckwear. S. ItosKNMF-YF.It. IHK STAK SHOK HOI los \ I. M WINCHKSTKK VA Marshall M??C..rini?k. H. H M?< orniak. iVIarshall McCormi?k & Son. We hav?> f-.rnuHl a partiuTship t?> practice HI businSSB ??ill recsive prompt at? tention. ? >rrnr?l?n I'liurch St., in Court-house . rd. W. T. Lewis, 4 TTOHMV- XT-LAW. BBRRTVS-LE, v,\. ?ill ail? id to ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 30 May 1900

CLARKE COURIER t?HN 0 iHttWN, !-?r ?Ti-i 1'ropriet?'? V?, K!>\ 3D W. JUNB '?. Kurope is anxiously reaching out for whatever remains of last year's cotton crop in the United ?States. The exportation of cotton in April. L900, the details of which have jost been completed by the Treasury Bu? reau of Statistics, amounted to 864, ? 18 pounds, auaiust 134 pounds in April of last year, and the value of 3, against |M3*V t'.'T in April last year, while the av? erage price per pound in April. 1900, was I?.'? cents, and in April, IS.?.'. G.3 ceuts. an increase of about 50 per cent. This brings the price of cotton to a higher figure than at any prior time duriug the decade. The average price per pound in the year lS'.'l was 8.6 cents, in ISO:?, 8.5 cents, and since that date has ranged downward, be? ing iu 1898 5.9 cents, and in The Comptroller of the Currency has furnished the following state? ment showing the practical workings of the new ??uancial law in regard to profits on circulation t...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 30 May 1900

?ois & Children s Suits. If you uro anxious to get Boy's Cloth inj; whi?-ti are well made, dochi.e stitch? ed seams ilnoughout?I'ants with double seats an?I knees. If you want your Hoys to look stylish aud at the same time to have clothes whit*h will wear, BRING IN KM TO IS. We have them for von. ek&MHtCj ^S/c%n4Uie+L ^?CRRYV/LLE?tFROMTFOrAL VA.? SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY H. I>. H A I? I? K S T V Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lo*west in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. Pet worth 10. c.ingliaiuB at 10, worth 12$; At 7 worth 10. Big Cnl in Lawas Men's 1 r*?ens H ? birts ami Fine Shirts, Boy? KaaS PaatS .?t : Ifsa's afadrss Fias Bhirts al W'Ol til $1 . L.ni: aad 10 Big Drive ib Ladies' Oxford ? - (tem?an Lanadrv 8oap, tli.? best of A?? ot any ? ? ?" cak? a ikes lor ?12.00 Those wh.? hav?' tried it won iny otlmr. Loi ol 1 ?reas ? loodi out. Large papei cts. per paper. Boras Potash Lye, 7 c ? in, as iny. Bargain in Ba I Rad Beal. ' indry Wash Powder, 5 et i ? < lil...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 30 May 1900

CLa4RO(X)?Rim WEDNESDAY, JUNE I, 1900. SNEEZE COST $10,000. Iftryar a Dftrctlvr 1*oat a Blfj R?****?a?aa>jsa ???Ter. al K.?r T* I ?-arc S. While the <le*t???'tives w*ei?e setting arauind the otttc?? waiting for *?__?? ssr H*?ant to Issue alignments and r_Mots ?!?>t:?ll.s one of the men. an oM steoth ?vho???* hair has gi>*wn wtitTe nh??uof log crtmtnals. suddenly gnv-e s t?tt? sm****?' that mnd?? the tn<?aud?s?"*at*e?v lights vihr.'it?* "?Jre.it stars!" ?xalalmeti ont? ?_lVthe younger broo?l. "You are the most vo? ciferous siM'ozer 1 over heard.'* las sad l't sas telLyou trK>m?9?tlttra_? Ivoys." replied the ??1*1 ?leteetlw. ,lvTviat Bascas of .alas one?* cost me $1(>.(XK).'* The expressions t?f incr?^ultty upon th?* teess Bf his hearers cansod the old rive to tell th?* story of the-costly am ? sa "Mnyb?* some of you remember," he BSSSs, "about th?? polio In Atlanta boina; notified ravck in Has eighties <jf twx> hank roi.'., rs heading this way. T"Q*?y had r...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 June 1900

The Clarke Courier. VOL. XXXII. BERRYVILLE. VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. 1900. NO. 15. PHK ClatARKB COURIER. Mili WO?K Ol ALI. hlM?N ? t vu tMSTKKs. BALK 1(11.1 ?% ( li?? l LA I .'\K1)?S, ULANK.S ?Y?-., 4V'. \eeute.i proini I . ami neatly and atfair ?rices. jay-.IDB WORK must I;. pan: f??rup??n i.-livery .' .^---?_??_?.mm THKCLARKK ?COURIER. JOHN O. OR07/N. KlMT??K ?N.? l'Hoi?K' Kl ?.K 11 ran. I in sdvaacs tw<? dollars wtll In? invanai ajavssa-taa-asanre sritl I -ate oft? are ? I 7 13aai - ; lion ? be bslf venr <?r yenr _ >??. Til EC ?*?i-V>i i : _vi*>? i:v ?< it R?elaa%l*>l?e iiikI I *t?<ajjf f?i ?**?--;?-: i v?" HIT;iN?&?S?MMiilioTYl_HS FOU' 19GO FINE FOOTWEAR. We Are Ready om You Our Complete Laie S. UOKI \ ?? I VKIt. lili -i \K BHOE II? ?I -i.. - S Loas \vi\< m..-?! i:i;. v ? ?larahall M dornink H H . M ? ? ? ?riiiiik.. Marshall McUormi?k <$_ bon. We ha??'form?*?! a Mltntarship t<? pra? tic "ill busineaa will rseaivs prompt als ?eiition. ? i rn . ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 June 1900

CLARKE COURIER I??HN <> CROWN, ?vditor and Froprietoi. ?\ 1I ?N Ks I > A Y. MA Y 30, 1900 It is by no means impossible that the I'd votes of Kentucky may hold the balance of power and the result of ths election this fall, and it is therefore peculiarly important that j there shall be no opportunity for dis- i cussion as to the honesty of the vot? ing. The present Kepublican House may count the vote for President, and it is feared by many far-seeing Dem? ocrats that if the contest betweeu Bryan an?! McKinley should depend upon Kentucky, the House would ex? ercise the enlarged privilege bestowed upon Congress by the Tucker act and either throw out the returns from Kentucky, if they showed a majority for Bryan, or reverse the result and give them to McKinley, basing their action upon the coutention that the v.oebel laws were unjust and uncon? stitutional. No test of these laws has yet been made in the Federal court???. The Keck ham-Taylor contest, recent? ly decide?! by the ?S...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 June 1900

THE Cornell Shape is made h K Ho Kid. ? ?? ! :c!e. 'dgcAgreat iavorlte. The (?tieen Quality Price, $050 2 Boot?, ailtuylcs, $31?. \n ? ?..!> can sell inane knui ?>, >h??ks at lu? price, nul if Quality be lacking they are ? <?i thlasi OnrSHOr-Sereth?j beat makes, well known iMrotu-b.o.it riu- I*., ...rv. The? are a ( ornbi f ; ??? i".?!?? k?-. with best qi .LITT. Kee| uiod when buving Shosa or anything ? . in O'!' |.| \ | v wee* Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia. SPECIAL 0FFERIN6S BY ?. ?. ii i n ii i: s i i Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. ? of Dress ? So ?da at ( lost to ont. Large ; ael \',\\\- \ Ta I *'? r paper Kor.iX Potash Ii??-, 7 cl i. as good as any. Bargain in ?Bal ke.i a indry Wash Powder, 5 ct. ? ?r ? ? i ':! for Bug St< w l'an , Dish Pai way down pri Dg War??. Meat Cook? ers, Bean, Ries and Oatmeal Kettle? for Stewing and Plowei Tot?-, all sisee, at prices that ??ill surpr Percales at 8j cent?, wort...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 June 1900

CLARKE KURIER W KI INKS I) A Y, MAY .10, 19(X>. READING THE EYES. WHAT MAY BE SEEN IN THE ''WIN? DOWS OF THE SOUL." ?TTha-lr I ad trstt I o?** su. t?* ? hn t-*a?*??-r A?-*?, ?sai o? R?ale. n?*?.arkat?ly Ao rtirair?I)?*ti>c?l*?r?ra ??sol ?a?* I.lar by m l.lt.l?* Trlcls of Ills Optics. It is little realized in h.??? many thine?? SS/SS betray their own?*r Many people without at all professing to be physmgnomists fr?*?pi?utly are 1?h1 to form 0*plBaOBS ahOOn their neighbors by punly physiognomical signs We ??fton h?*:ir a man say: "That man ?fot* the biggest fool in town. lie has the most foolish, expressionless, bovine pair of eyes Pee eves seea." Young parents in particular are foiul of plan? ning bright futures for their children. etr jmlgmont entirely "on a ?v??n?h?rfully Intelligent look iu oar bahf .loo's eyes." Tin* proud moth er will add, "I aSB sure he'll sotm? ?lay he B great poet." Men. more sensibly, will bs 1?'?1 in their business d?*allngs hy ??pinions form???! in ju...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 June 1900

The Clarke Courier Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, June 13, 1900. No. 17. PUE CLAKKK COI RIHR. IOB WOKK OK ALL KINDS 11 _l OTItBt*. SAI.K HILLS, 0IKOULAB8, \KDS. BLANKS. A?*.. Ac. (Seated promptly ami neatly and atfair i ?> ? iff-JOl' WOltK must In-paid for upon elii SI ? - ? THE CLARKE COrRIKR. JOHN O. GROWN, KniTou UTB l'H??raf?Toa. HI ? ! ALKK ?> nublished w?jekly st ??*?r, I)<>l: ar aii? Fisty ?k?t PAID in AP. as r VaVaS aSt psul la sdvsnce two dollar* wi'.! be invariably charg??d. Ai rsa*nssMB**rrst will b?* i n*ert***d at the rate ?>f One I)'?;.?-? ai ' ?auare ?ten lines? for thre?* ? and Fifty < Vnt.s j?pr *Mpmr.' for ? i?~ id rial in**?*r ti'iti. Advertia??m??uta iu*?ert?*<i t.y the half v?*ar or year at!?-ss rates. The ? ? ? -a. _Lav ? ? ? NEWEST SHAPE S IN IMIHOE-HI mid <>:v i^< >it i>m , LIKE 0* LADIES' FIXE BHOBb" in THE (/ALLEY. Men's ??-.for.is in Vici Ki.i. EasaiaCalf, an?! I'atent Leather .???.? ??!! Sbm\ Up-to Dato Stylos ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 June 1900

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O (.'HOW?, Bdltor and Proprletot. -\l>l> \V. .UNE 13, 1900. If Secretary I*ong decides he can? not purchase armor plate for the ships of the navy at a reasonable and equi table prioe he ia directed to erect a government armor plate factory, for which $1.000,000 is authorized. Thie ?I the eettlement of the fight which baa been going on between the two Houses of Congress for some weeks which threatened to delay the adjournment of Congress or cause the faillir?* of the appropriation bill alto r. It throws a tremendous and, in the opinion of most people, a to? tally unwarranted responsibility on the Secretary of the Navy. At prea ? nt the armor makers ask $545 a ton and there were some indications that they would consent to accept $500. Senator Hauna says that $000 would be a reasonable price. The opposi tion declares that the same armor was made and f tun i ??lied to Russia for lesa than $300 a ton. and this haa never denied by the makers. As the proposition h...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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