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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 June 1900

Berry ville. Front Royal, Va. Va, ?^ lurtt? which Ut and wear, Collars and CutTs, the latest. TTats, all Shape* and Sha?U-? Em.'II?*!> Stjuare?, the latest Fail In Neckwear. Uiuhrwear, All Si/e? ninl ('??l??ra for Hot Weather. Every Article I .'tarante?-?! a? represen t??d Remember we are bead?piarters. ami tit out W??men. a? ?veil as .Men or Hoys. Ooli? it ?out p.ttrtniage. VOli. MAIN AND CHURU H SI'S. SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY R. D. H A HO E S T Y Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. Percales at 8_ tente, worth 11). Lut of I >r. (iinghams at 1(?. worth 1_*J; At 7 ?"t. w..rth 10. Lai r ?Steel Cat?] Big Cut in Lawn-. eta. per par Me* Heavy S: Borai Potash I. and Fine Shirts, Boys' Knee l'ant.?- at g ?ay. Bargain in Babbit'?and Low Price?. **? Seal. Ileaa astadraa Fiae Shirts at S7p tataundrj Wa h Powder,5 ?H. pack a?orth$1.25 HP** 2 foi Led and l*1 en A.xle Oil Tor ~. ct llea'a Ganaa shirt i boa for Big Drive m Ladiaa' Oxford Tiea, ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 June 1900

CLAJIKE (X)IJRIER WKDNK8DAY, JUNfl IS, ISOO. WAITTVG FOR DEATH. TfaHHSE FOLKS ALWAYS KEEP TH&St BURIAL CLOTHES REAOV? **?,tu*> off ?B?> Odd <*as?o?_ui That ?%_**? *4?Lb??r?*?l to Amona ?Be Old ?T>r****> man Psrmrr Vatnlll?**? Ira fa?" E?*?att? ?ft? Par. Off IVnnsvlasnl?. Tin? burial of an obi la?ly at Kl?>ln frttersviUe. nt?t Ion? ago. with |_M K -??*??ar-old hlack weddlug gowm ^r^ shroud, brings to notice a queer east P??nn?yrvnnia custom w*hich pi^rrallrj among Oermnn farm?Ts. N?jarly all the people, ?vid and young, have tht?Lr shrouds and grnv-eelothes ail r*ea_iv it hSB death comee. The old ptetjple ??S--dally bav?? all arrangements ?_?T th??lr fuuernls nuule and written out In all details. Indivtl It is a common thing, to finjj a sjieclal bureau drawer set apart f<$ tb?? grav??cloth?>s. One cuf*?tc>tn is to k??rp ??very vestige of the wedding cnit flt for tb?' interment apparel. ?CiVmit^ and undcrgnrments are in many eases worn but oooe by the bri...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 20 June 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, June 20,1900. No. 18. niK CL AK Kl. COURIERs JOH W??Kiv (lb ALL K1M>>, ; I. I' Ml UlKCUIatAR8, ? \ I : I > K s. vc.nt?*?l promptly ai??l neatly and at fair ? ?-s. JOB W <>'<K mum b?paulf?,rup??n THB CI.KUXE ' JOHN O ; i ra \ . '. ?-,.: - - ? ? II ? ? ? . SB. XXC? ? ? . ? NEWEST SHAP E S IN Sa|| 14 >1 :>? iiimI OX I ^ >lt !>!** ? -I-' I \ I ?I I..- i : S i' il< 1ER HI ?ill-.?, M.n'?. ? ?xt? .r Iff in Vid KM, Kusvi;, Calf, ami !it leather. Swell Si, ; Up-t: Dite Stylos in Shirts. Hats, and "Ncckr.^-.r. I i.?>-?i NMKY1 R I III. ?TAN BUOK HOI SI l??s \ ? \N IN? H I'.-I II!. V \ i.i? I? 1111 M? ? '.?nui. k. Marshall McCormi?k & ?Son. We have f- ?rm?"?l a part m r?h ip ? Ml business ?vill reeeive prompt atV ? ii .?i. Church St . In <'?>??rt house W. T. Lewis. ? M?>KMY-\ II. AW. BERRYV-3LLE, V.\ \. it? ??I to any I -*?*?- iiin.itt?-.! t?. ;, the com adjoining ?? - ?HI ?'bur ly. J. 0...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 20 June 1900

CLARKE COURIER rOHH <> nioWN, Editor and Proprietoi. INKSDAY, JUNE ??.???. LttM) One Trouble With Our Pol?tica The Charlottesville Progress in a thoughtful article deplores the lapse ?>r perversion of a good old custom in Virginia politics, when men who had represented the people in Congress or Lb the Legislature were accustomed, immediately after the adjournment of those bodies, to go before their con? stituents?usually on a court day? ami give ?vhat was called "an account of their stewardship.*' This account ?.?1?1 ?vhat the people had a right to! know -the personal record of their I representatives?what measures they | supported, and why: and what '. ?res they had opposed, and why. liiis gave a wholesome publicity to ; ecords of the representatives, and gave the people a clear account of the features of public measures. ; something they would otherwise have no means of getting. Altogeth- , i r, both for representative and elec ? vas an admirable custom. ?It is due more 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. — 20 June 1900

Oorreot Styles. High Qualititas LADIES OXFORDS 50 AND 75 0T8. -O Our enure Stock of LADIK'.S OXFORDS over 100 paire sold for 75 cts. to $3.00 a pair, will be cloa ed out at 80 and 75 cts. Coma quick for tha OXFORD Bargains? no du plica Us?no exchanges?dur this sale. Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia. SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY R. D. H ABB E S T Y m Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. Percalee at 8. cents, worth 10. Lot of Dress Goods at Cost to cW Ginghams at 10, worth 12$; At 7 o??1 worth 10. Large paper Steel Carpet Tacks 5 Big Cut in Lawns. ct?. per paper. Men's Pants, Men's Heavy Shirts Borax Potash Lye, 7 eta. per can. as and Fine Shirt?, Boys' Kn?se Pauta at good* ?iH ?*ny. Bargain in Babbit's and Low Prices. R?d ?Seal. Men's Madras Fine Shirt* at 87*}?, Laundry Wash Powder, 5 ct. pack worth $1.25. :*'s, 2 foi 5. Ladies' Vests, 5 and 10 cts. Coach Axle Oil for Buggies, 25 ct. Men's Gauze Shirt* 85 eta. box for 15 cts. Big Drive 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. — 20 June 1900

ARKE COURIER M?SDAY. -UM ?.??. : Old? INDIAN SPORTS. OUR RED MEN OP EARLY DAYS WERE GREAT ATHLETES. rasaste i*n*.??riic i*-.ii--c* Wfrr HovllriK. It nn-* Its*. Vi -??? IlinK. ai-BBB 1 !?_???, and r?fir?tb-?Jl, m-a a Tbr? lift th?- Limit 01 Their '.r-svrs-. \n,i-ric.in indi.'ins arete groat '? tec laagth than ??ere built In the Halls hewn out of stone roll ?i bj genuine indi.-m sanadt l scarcely a popular played in this country i thai it> counterpart can be ' in Hi. age Of the red man. Ihej : >.?. even t?> fat-felstlng upon tii??ir backa, their oi their Ubertj. Btcange to any. i hletorj baa atoand* ; ion of the Indian in ??? . i . pi in the de ? lines be played. Indian bowling alley il in :i few si'ctlotis i<f th?? owing tli.it the came one, and of nil the Indian played bowl lly the most remote. Of Ohio ?va thc Indian howlers. Lab ta bola comity - lents have these ,.i they bave pick ? - in their early farm* the open field. I, Instead of being * -. like thoee In ? f light ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 27 June 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, va., Wednesday, June 27. 1900. No. 19 THKCLARKK COURIER. .1011 WORK. OF ALL KINDS Sl'4*H AS ,'iJSTKKS. BALI BILLS, <'IK(TLAKS, k*OMi BLANKS. Ac, 4c. ? \ecuted promptly ..ml neatly and atfair prices. ??fr-JOH WORK must be pal?! for upon h-livery. THH CI.ARKK COt'K JOHN O CHc rn ten line-, ??tit* per * . ?.*- ??r y**ar ? I t a ? JL 1-i v5 a a ? ? NEWEST SHAP E S -IN jaai I I<> ?-?*"* **?iel BEST I.INK OV LAl'lKS' KINK SlfoKM IN' THE VAI.I.KV. Men's ?>Kf?>r<ls in Vici Kid, Russia Calf, and i?a.t**nt leather.?Swell Sha|tes. TJp-to-Date Style? in Shirts. Eat?, and Neckwear. H. ltOHKNMKYF.il. THE STAK BIIOK HolSK, luK N. L??mis?x St.. WINCHESTER, VA Marshall MeCormiek. H. H. Mcionuick. Marshall McCormi?k & Son. We have formed a ?partnership to practice .Hw. All busineea will re<-??ivi- prompt at? tention. .irric??On rhu?*eh St.. in l ?nirt-hous? ;.r,l. W. T. Lewis, 4 rroilNKY-AThAW, BERRYV-JLLE, VA. ?rill alU id to any b...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 27 June 1900

CLARKE COURIER '-HIN ?? ?tUaOWfl, jiditor and Proprietoi \ SDAY, JUNE ut. 1900 g ?rilliaot editorial denouncing the policy of imperialism the New Vork Herald asks. "What is the mat A-ith Cleveland for onr next Pres? et?" The Herald says: \fter an existence of s century and a ??uarter where the ??overnment derives it? authority solely from the consent of the governed, the United >s is turning it? back upon ita own history and traditions. From a free ?1> mocracy it is in danger of be? coming ? tyrannical, imperialistic ol rchy. The adult Republic seems to be entering its second childhood as a baby empire. -ign that it ha? deserted the ;. '.es of individual freedom upon ?ahieb it was founded it is at this moment trying to cram it? rule, at the bayonet's point, down the throat? of the people?Filipinos. Co? l and Port? (?Means-?who the .aration of Inder>endence say were i ???rith certain unaliena among which are 4life, pursuit of happiness.1 A? far as the Filipinos are con? ned ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 27 June 1900

Ladic38' Shirt Waitte Noveltiss from Fashion'?! Centre. CLOKE BRAND Ladies' Skirts Inusual (toods at I'liusual l?ri?*e*4 Summer Shirts. Latest Productions, 50 Cts, and upwards. Berry ville and Front Royal, Virginia. SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY R. D. h ? it ? i: s r v Some Special Goods Lowest in Prices ter of Percales at 8J cents, worth 10. Ginghams at 10, worth llij; At 7 worth 10. Big Cut in Lawn?*. Men's Tant?, Menu Heavy Shirts and Fine Shirt??. Boys' Kuee Tant?- at Low Prices. Menu Mailr.is Fins Shirts at 87 J, worth $1 Iridies' \ ? and U? eta. Men's (?aiize Shirts J5 Big Drive in Ladies' Oxford Ti?'-. Bias 2f to 4"|, regular pri?-*- $1.00 to $1.50, BOW 68 cts. and .?8 tita OsfftaaSB Laundry So.-ip, the beoA 0? snap, one rake will go as far a- two of anv ?" per csks; 7 <*:ilo??? for IT? eta.; 60 qsJksi lor $2.00. Those who hav?* tr:?'?l it won't hav?' any other. at Prices below the for Same Charac G-oods. L?>t of 1 ?r?-- to cltMS ??lit. ?Large papsr Ste?l Carpel Ta L, eta. p?sr ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 27 June 1900

I LUIKE COURIER V, JUNE 17, 1 l'LATFORM FOR BRYAN He is now Said to Favor a Re vieion of the Old One. Hon. William .1. Bryau was in Cbi Uine 13th and was the center of it ?leal of political discussion, all of it bearing ou what may be done at the Democratic National Conven - ?ion. m Kansas City. July I. The platform to be adopted at Kau -H- ( itv aud also the \ ice-Presiden- j mestion were considered at ! th. <>n the ?juestiou of a plat-j the trend of discussion fore- j . to some extent the differences inion which may arise at Kansas ! D among loyal Bryan meu. j ?-tion is whether the money ' *. and other troublesome legacies < from 896 shall be haudled by reaf ..uon of the Chicago platform in a lump, or whether some planks of B98 platform, especiallv those ?noy, -hall he rewritten. Mr. Bryan, it is stated by men to him, favors rewriting much 596 platform this year. Sen ilonee, according to credible ed? ites realhrmation of the ; >' platform as a whole and then k transiti...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 4 July 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, va., Wednesday, July 4. 1900. No. 20. THKCLARKK COURIER. JOB WOUK OK ALL KINP.s St <ll AS .ShSTKKN. - \LK UK LS. fila ILAK.s. J\KI>S. 1M.ANKS, ,Si? ., &c. execute?! promptly and neatly and at fair price?. |*f~JOB WOUK must bepaielforupon In cry THKCLARKJ- COURIER JOHN O.OROV/4 Bo THF CLA1 ? pah? i n ? tw< Anv?KT OtOt tior. I year ?*r year a? - - The ?sa* -*?. UV ? a a . NEWEST SHAPES IN OXFORDN l.i <T LINK ?IF I. \ I ?I 1 - KINK RHtlaW ?\ IHK VALLK*i Men's oifunl?. in Vi.-i Ki?l. Itu?.-ia ?alt, and Patent leather *-\\i-ll S|i..| Up-to Date Styles in Shirts. Hate, and Nockwoar. S. UOSIAMKYKK. IHK ,-T \ K BUOK H"l M lUM N l.-.M?. s g WIN? 11! -II It. V \ Marshall M.t'-.rniick. II II M? ? ,?rni.. Is. Marshall McCormi?k & Sou. We bave formed a partnership to j,ra,ii,i ,a\\ All business will r.-> .*i\< -.?romp? ?tl 1. ?Illoll. . r*-On I'bur.b St . in ''mm house ,r?l W. T. Lewis, t THUtMV- \T-I..\\% . BERRY VILLE, VA. w...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 4 July 1900

CLARKE COURIER x m m, ooaUtor and Proprietoi INESDAY, JULY 4. l'.'OO Tho National Democratic ?Con? vention The overshadowing topic throughout the country as we go to press is the assembling of the National Demo? cratic Convention in Kansas ''ity. Mo., to-day. July. 4th at aoon, to nominate a candidate for President and Nice Presideut of the Cnited Mates. The C?h KiFK believes that this will be a Democratic gathering in truth, and that the delegates repre ng the people will frame the platform aud name the candidates? :her words will in no sense be a -ouventiou. The opinion prevails among lead and all who give the subject thought that victory for the Demo? cratic nominees is possible this year if harmony is restored in the party. We hope we thai! have a platform broad enough for a party reunion, -*:on of Democracy is to ? the principles upon which our - r.ent is founded and to ?ndency towards absolu in government and commerce -presented by imperialism aud the tri. It seen ?zone conclu...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 4 July 1900

Ladies' Shirt Wakts N???elties from Fash ion'? Centre. Ladies' Skirts Inusual ('ood* at I'liuaual Price? GLOBE BRAND Summer Shirts. Latest Productions, 50 cts, and upwards. Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia. SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY K. I?. Il A II II K S T ? Some Special Goods Lowest in Prices ter of Percales B< 8} oenta; worth ll?. (iinghatus at 10, worth ]'2\. At 7 w??rth 10. Big Cut in Lawn-. MonV Tant.-?. Men's Heavv Shuts and Fine ?Shil ?' Knee Pa Low Pri lion's Ma-lr.u? Fine Shirts at 87?}, worth $] L.ulie?- Vest III B M Shirts 25 Drive in Lsstlies' < ?xford 1 4.*.. regular pr??ce $1 'HI to $1.50, n? and 96 (?erni.in Lauinlry S .?a p. the l>. BOSVp, on?- e.ik?* will ?go BS lar a- tu anv 5c -oap?4 eto. per caks tor 22 SO ?kes for$2.00 Those who have irn-'l il won't h at Prices below the for Same Charac Goods. Lot of 1-res?? Goodl at Cost to out. ?Large ? ??1 < ?urpel Ta? ka ?"? p.-r paper. : ix Potash Lye, 7 ? ?? n, as any. Bargain in ?Babbit*? and Red B? il. ' Laund...

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

CLARKE COURIER WEDNESDAY, JULY A, 1900 ! Defon*?**? OfTaku Taku. where the battle was fought is situated at the mouth of the lVi llo river, and is well protected by old forts of great dimensions and I mounting, as a rule, obsolete guns. ' The object of its fortifications is to forbid the passage of ships up the j river and aero?? a bar at its mouth, which can be passed only at wry high water by light draught ships. Vhe defenses consita of three forts, one large one ouright shore and two smaller ones on the left, built iu the Chiuese style, which is characters ed by enormous dimensions. All the j forts are armed with numerous guns of the ino-t diversified tvpes and , calibres. 'The large fort has three : astions. equipped with large callibre r* iug over the parapet. M bastions are so high that they can ! D from the sea, aud henc-* the guns iustalled there can be ly dismounted. In the construction of all the forts sgion the joft clay of the I sed. which in the dry sea racks and easily...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 11 July 1900

Os, The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, July 11, 1900. No. 21. PHK CI.ARKK ?COURIER. JOB \?'(MIK OK ALI. KIM'S -i ? 11 \ \l.i. KILLS. (JlHi il. U.S. 4 \KDS. IU.ANKS. .\? .. a- . vciitrd pr.imp'l*. and n.-.ttlv mid at fair - **|f~.)(H*i WllHK inu?*.t l.e paid for upon \. rv THE CLARKE COCRIKR. JOHN O.OROWN. ? I'khi'H'k ! H!. I I \l;kl. ? ?H aUI .??ishrd weekly at (?- - n-f, l ?"?il? in s paid in ad va two dollsrs will be invariably charged li'Trnisrirvi.te ?> at the rate ?u?* Dollars and r - ???luar* 'ter. \ ? paraqaa >y the 1 I year *>r yWAt *d U - a> ? ? ? aSs -Ll'w .... NEWEST SHAPE S - IN Ml IO10S un?. OX 1 ?X IRDM I im 01 I \ lu? - I i\ K RHOH IS IMF V \l I i:v I ttxtor.'i? in Vid Kid. asOOria Calf, and P.i*. 1,1 I ' allier. Swell Sim; Up-tr-Oate Styles in Shirts. Hate, and Neckwoar. s. ItONI-'NMKYKIt. THI n tvl sh??i-: u? ?i Bl I??.*? N I.??m~.\ - WINCHESTER, V ? M irshall M?<'?.rnii. k II II M. ? ..rnii. k. Marshall McOormi?k & Son. W...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 11 July 1900

CLARKE COURIER '??UN 4> t'KOWN, tor and Proprietoi. ?> KDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900 The great political tight for 1900 iB organized. Both parties havs met and adopted platforms. The repub? licans acted first, and the democrat? last. The democratic national conven? tion, in seision at Kansas City, on Thursday last, ?leclared imperialism to be the paramount issue, as involv? ing the very existence of the republic and the tliitruction of our free insti? tutions. Tho question of free silver at the ratio of L6 to 1, ?vas subordinated: hut the Chicago platform was reaf ,-mud in its sdvoccy of the restora? tion of the free and unlimited coin? age of silver at that ratio: and this one without a dissenting v??ice in the host of delegates. Among other noteworthy features of the platform, may be mentioned, it? d?nonciation of the Porto Kican Law. as a bold aud open violation of Nations organic law: the demand for a prompt fulfillment of the gov ernment'spledge to Cuba: its advoca : the immedi...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 11 July 1900

Depot for Troy ' Steam Lauurdy, H a?rerM to wn. Md Excluwive Agency for Queen Quality Ltullen Snot'H and Ox ford h Are you K?-,lK to take \ Trip? \\Y have a full and complete Line of TRUNKS and VaUSBS, Tele? scopes, Suit Cases, etc. All Grade-s, All Sizes, at very tiimlcr ate Prices. Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia. SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK?Great Bargains in LadiBS1 Shirt Waists and ChildrBNS' Wash xi.i.K SUITS. Come and see them. SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY it. u. h t it ? i: s t v Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. Percales at 8*1 cents?, worth 10. Qaa'afthaOM at 10, worth \'d\. w.?rth 1?> Big Oui in l*av. M?*n'i? Panto, ftfen'i li? and Fine Bhiiia, Boyt Koee Panta .it Low Pn Men's Ifodraa Pine Slnrt< ai ?KT?. worth $1 Lad afan I ?.iu/.* shirt Bii^ l'rive m I. ? ilar j>r pi 0 to | - e-tS a Laundry Soap, tl,. .?n?' <-.ik?- will go i - far a- ta anj 5c. -??.i}'- 4 . I 12.00 Th?-. wh?> hav?' tried it won't have an j other....

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 11 July 1900

CLARKE COURIER WKDXKSDAY, .11 L.1 : I, 1000 THETIKKISH BRIDE. PECULIAR CUSTOMS WHICH SM? IS BOUND TO OBSERVE. ?BO DlocloUIn- a? * Hrldr T>*i*?oal natc? ?\ft*r SI* ? ??arm. btit Ske WU1 OOWUW Agklo Open Her Up? to ? N?o a*ar?taaa Be n?> mmm Kiasouo. "The condi!<-l ?l?-i--an?lod vf a ne*a-ly married Arnn'nian 0*0000*1 will strike Americans a.? ver? siujrular izxl?e?8d.'' said Antraiil?? Azhderiau. :i youttg^ Ar Uienian. th?* author of the book ,4TT*e Turk ami the* Land of Ilaig." "She utters motet a ?r.?r?l except when alone with her husband until after the birth of her first . hlld. Then she Ik a*dowed to talk t?? Ler child. A little later she ? ?-onver.se with her moth? er-In low, ?otfl] later her own mother DBOJ uKiiiu h?*nr her voice, and before .it wii?. she will speak In wbis ;,? th?* young girls of her house hold. S not leave the hou6e during the first year of her married life exempt i<> attend .hurch. Her dis? cipline u- a bride terminates after six Y.ars. but ?...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 18 July 1900

"^"^^"M>^"^'*t'll*t*'tl*t,II>t*tW''^ aa -?^ ???SB?B?i il i ^?i?a?????^M????jWwaaaa?ae^Bfc?aaB?s^W??a?iM?????^pame???BB1 The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, July 18. 1900. No. 22. niKCLARKK COl-RIKR. JOB WOKK OF ALL KINDS -?I ?H A"? IMSTKl'v SA1.K BILLS. rllHl'LAlLS. ?AHDS, BLANKS. At*., Ac. x ecu ted prompt 1 y and neatly and at fair .rice*?. ?JJ-.M)B WORK mutt be paid for upon h liverv Tto CLARKE coi'ki?.r. JOHN O CROWN. Kmtob uta Pav IM ran tw? \l'VTtaTI??*alK Of <??:? . I t t : "il A y?rar or year i >*o. a ? ? O s*0> XX" a s s ? NEWEST SHAPE S ?IN HHUEN mid DXFORDN HI -T LINK OV I.A l?lh- FINI-" PHOU IN THF Y AI IKY Men's O ?for? Is in Vi. i Ki?l, Kus-ia < alt, an?l I'aO-iit l.i-ath.-r Sw >*l! Shaj? Up-to-Eate Styles in Shirts. Hats , and Neckwear. s UOSKNMKYKK. IHK STAK HH??K H? ?I si i??s N l."M s - WIN? HOT IK. V \ Marshall Mi-Tormii-k. H H M?*? orniiik. Marshall McOormi?k ? Son. We have form?*?! a partnership t., pra.-tice .aw. All...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 18 July 1900

CLARKE COURIER JOU <> CROWN, ?ditor and Proprietor WKDN'KSDAY, JULY 18, 19(H) Democratic Ticket. Ii m?*.?.. Nov. 6th. 1900. kok im.k>idknt, W J. BRYAN Of Nf.braska. FOB VICK-I'KKSIDKNT, A. E. STEVENSON. Of Illinois Tho Kansas Olty Convention Kor uncontrollable outbursts of en? thusiasm, for soul-stirring and nerve .jtiivering scenes, imperishable in a thoughtful memory, for laree and intensely interesting crowds, the democratic National Convention st Kansas City never had its equal and probably never will. To give our readers an account of every exciting scene and incident enacted during the proceedings of this great political assemblage will take more Fpace than we can spare, so we will give what may be called the supreme moments of the conven? tion as observed by us. The convention hall is a huge structure, having a seating capacity of 22,000; and at all sessions no seat ?oral vacant.besides the aisles were till? ed with an impenetrable, dense mass, and on the outside was...

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