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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 26 September 1900

GIBL*S SCHOOL TRUNK'S and OAPES, 75 Cts. Valises - All Sizes & Prices FALL, 19 00, III .-Vil D-'|>HIII1H ll(N. \of^rrv//.Lmf:mye^rvVevr/PoyA? va.. Sole Agent for Clothing Made To Order of Shoes for L ~dieg Every Discretion Price $3 00 SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY it. D. ii a it i) i: s i v Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. Percalss st 8? cents; worth 10. Lot of I>re??s Good* Ginghams at 10, worth 12-}; At 7 ?*'t worth 10. Larg?? paper ?Ste??! Carpel 1 Big Cut in Lawns. p-r paper. Men's Fants, Men's Heavy Shirts Borax Pota-h Ly?, 7 cts. \ ?? ? snd Fin? Shirts, Boys' Kdm Pants at goot* to tmy. Bargain in ?Babbit1 Low Prices. **?>?? &*el. Men's Madras Fine Shirts at 87J, Laundry Wash ! Wtler, ? ct. p?mck worth$1.25. ; ages, 2 for .V Ladies' Vest?, 5 and 10 ct*. Coach Axle Oil for Bogg i Men's Gauze Shirts 25 cts. boi for 15 Big Drive in Ladies' Oxford Ties, Enameled Ware. Tea I size 2* to ?, regular price $1.00 to 1/ ,ts* Ht...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 26 September 1900

CLARKE COURIER' WKDNI>!)\Y, SI-IT. IM. 1UO0. SPEECH BEFORE GAYLORD CLUB. Below ie the speech delivered by ! farmer G. L. Boyer, speaker of the! ("aylord Bryau-Steveuson-Hay Club, which, upon a resolution of the club, was handed to us for publication. 'The following is a part of the ad? dress?the whole being too lengthy to be accommodated in our column???: Fallo* Americans: By Americans I mean all who will be true to self and posterity as ever; our climate is as salubrious as ever; our people are as iudustrious. as enterprising, and as ingeneous as ever, aud uature yields ber harvests as bountifully as ever, yet the outlook for the youug men of the land is growiug darker. There was a time when a youug man with two willing baud*?, an average brain, and an honest heart could look forward with hope; he could not only make a became an independent factor in society. To-day th?*? road to independence is closed to him. But why is it so changed now. Ah! because a martial trinity has ompou...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 3 October 1900

The Clarke Courier vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday. October 3, 1900. No. 32 THBCLARK* COIKIKK. iota WriltK ?>i- ALL K?NUS MU I >-" SAfcK HILLS, ??ii.<ri.Ati>. VUl?*. ltLANKs. a< .. Ac. ???rated promptl\ ami t)<-at)y*nd at fair .?r.it?i' WORK san? asid tornan*? ? * THE CLARKE COURIER. JOHN O. GROWN, KlUTOK AND PRO^RIBTOK THf ?IAKKK ???IKIKI; IS publiehrc weekly at O** Dollar ?xp Fiftt ('?.its. i fiiDiH laWaJBBBj when not ?,?ai?i in advance two dollars? will t>r invariahly chanred. Adtbbtisxmkmts will be i nserted at the rate of On?? Dollars and Fifty ('?'tits p??r souare (ten lin??*> for thr??e insertions, an?! Fifty Cr?T ? ..-?re for a i tl ins*?r tloc. Advertisements iqd? he half y?ear or year at less rat*?e. a ? o ? JL -Lit/ a . ? . NEWEST SHAPES i\ !*-*! I? lelSfSl fall?. ?>:v it Mu>s ; i;<if UN'K m i. .'?n. K1XK ?HOua1 IN THF VALLEY. Mea'?Oaausvs?In Tie! K ; i, and Pat?'li'. l^'ittl. ??M; Bar.; 3:vies i n Shirts liais, ana ITeckwcrtr. v It...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 3 October 1900

CLARKE COURIER ? ?ON O. CROWN, Sditor end Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, GOT. 3, 1900. Democratic Ticket. Illlli Til?II. Nov. Glh, 1900. FOB PRESIDENT, W J. BRYAN Of NtMIAKKA. KOK V1GB-PEB8IDBNT, A. E. STEVENSON, O? Illinoi*. S TO REPRESENT 7TH DISTRICT: JAMES HAY, OF MADISON. Oapt. Parks in Berryville. Oapt. K. S. Parks, ef Luray, will discuss the political issues of the day in the Courthouse. Berryyille, on HOYDA.1 NlOHT, Oct. 8th, at 7:30 o'clock. Capt. Parks still holds his reputation as au orator aud story-tel? ler, aud our people can feel assured of a tine address from a democratic standpoint. Democrats and republi? cans, turn out and hear the gifted son of Page. Senator Hanna On Trusts Hon. John Wesley Gaines, member of Congress from Tennessee, in a speech in the House of Representa? tives June 2. 1800, said: Again. Senator Hanna, in the course of the campaign in Ohio last fall, warmly advooating the trust loving Mr. Nash in his candidacy for his election, at different times thus sho...

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

ran ?lyies or Noo. B#tl#r HUMANU ThaaOur ??d ('ORDUROY PANTS WORLD-KNOWN Um?tm & j,^. SHOE8 Evsry Pslr Warranted Mannish aStntetBoot Heavy 5oJe. Hand Wait. ?Sold ExoliasBi^ ely At Beiryville and Front Royal, Vir-ginia. SP?OIAL. Bovs' School UIKLS' SCHOOL BUI T S. CAPES at Short Panta, 76 ?Ota. $1.00 and Upwards SPECIAL 0FFERIN6S BY R. D. H AR? K S T V Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of G-oods. Percale? at 8? cents; worth 10. Lot of Drew Goods at Cost to close Ginghams at 10, worth 12$; At 7 out. worth 10. Large paper Steel Carpet Ta?ks 5 Big Cut in Lawns. C*S, per paper. Men's Panta, Mea? Heavy Sbirts Borax Potash Lye, 7 ct?. per can, as and Fine Shirts, Boys' Knee Pant* at g000* a? any. Bargain in Babbit's aad Low Prices. ^^ Seal. Men's Madras Fine Shirts at 87}, Laundry Wash P?>wder, 6 ct. |?ack worth$1.25. ?*??. 2 for 5. Ladies' Vesta, 5 and 10 eta. roach Axle Oil tor Buggies, L\r> -t Men's Gauze Shirts 25 cts. bo* for M Sta ...

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

CLARKE COURIER \YK! \V. ( M[. STORY OF O AL VESTON S DE RUOTION hs following letter, after drift? ing about in the mails several days, arrived at The Kichmoud News of f ce at last. It contaius the first real? ly connected history of the events of tasS tragic night at (.?sl veston that has been priuted here. ? i Iveston, Sept. 11th. far as I ha\ no definite, connected story of t -ter here hn* } I ...... What has hap Of 87,000 people, at h . dead, most of them literally blotted sd iu unknown, hastily dug graves, dumped with other mass petrifying llesh far at sea or burned and .'d. ? >f an assessed valuation of between forty-live aud ffty millions, twenty five millions have been literally de? stroyed. r all kinds has been par - very height of the sea? son and the wage-earners on whom pend for their living, leprived of employment except that of day laborers at tlie sragei buildings in the ave vanished from the face of tl .rth, aud full have been damaged in degrees vary frotn trivial ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 10 October 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, October 10, 1900. No. 33. THE CLARKE COURIER. JOb VOta?. <>r ALL KINlX*> Mill A> ??-PK?S. SALK HI LUS, ClKrl'LAi.S. \Kl>S. BLANKS \,., As> ?xecuted prompt!) aad neatly aud affair ?rire?. r^-.IOit \VO'(K BBSS*. l?e paid for up??u ! .ry. THE CLARKE COURTER. JOHN O. OROWN. :? PnornittTOi THK t'LAKkk (Ol'KI weekly at O**? I' N I - mil in aSrrsnea vana asa paid ?na?ivanas tern dollar* will Im invariant* eha*t?-?i ADVBamesxKMTr. w?: | ?Mist the rate of Ou?? Dollar? ?n<l K: -?re (ten line?' for thl -. and r':fty - "j'tare for eaeli ? ? ser Hen. ?dvsrtisssasats inserted by the half year or yeer atless rat? ? ? ? . JL aJL?w ? ? ? . NEWEST SHAPE S ? IN SIK >l<>-? fsiicl ?XFOR I>?-4 p.RwT USE OF l.UHi.- MN1-: KMOatsJ IN IMF V VI.I.EY. Matla ' I -e.?ir? i all, ssai 1'iilent leather ?^?a eil Shape* Up-toDii: ?ftyki i n ihirts- Hats, ana Neckwear. H ItOSKNMKVKIt. TIP: stak shoe nor-! I??S N. I>?ai->...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 10 October 1900

CLARKE COURIER ?N O CHOWN, rtditor and Proprietoi. Wf DAY, OCT. 10,1900. Democratic Ticket. 1 BStaAl afSn t'ili. 1?HH>. POB TKESIDlAT. W J. BRYAN Ok N a. FOB V10B-PRB8IDENT, A. E. STEVENSON. Of III INOIS. tem lov.ur-N \o kfpresent 7th imstkut: JAMES HAY, Of VAPTSOX. Hon. James Hay, Congres? sional nominee, will speak in Berryville on the night of Oct. 25th; Mt. Airy, day ot 26th, and at Russell's Schoolhouse night of 26th. Alex. Hamilton's Model in a recent speech in Chicago Hon. l>avid B. Henderson, Speaker of the House of Representatives, said that he supported President McKinley and advocated his re-election because Mr. McKinley is strictly following the ideas and policy of Alexander Hamilton. The following extracts from oue of Hamilton's most famous speeches, de? livered June IS, 17S7, before the Fed? eral Convention at Philadelphia, will fully illustrate Speaker Henderson s meaning. After advocating a constitutional provision fixing the term of office of the President for...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 10 October 1900

Fall Style? of NoM Bm%Ut Ht MANIC ThsnOur ?nd *- COBDl'RDY PA NTH WURLD-KNOWN ^^^ ?J^,, H,|OE8 -1 ?very Pair *Warrsnte<l ? e Mannish Street Boot Heavy 5o|c Hand Welt ?Solcl lOxs^lits-sivt'-l-y u?Lt Berryville and Front Roy.ol, Virginia. SPECIAL BoY,' b< iiooi. girls' SCHOOL s u I rs, CAPES st Short Pants. 76 Otn. $1.00 sod 1'pward? SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY It. D. H A HP E 8 T Y Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. Percales at 8? cent*, worth 10. Lot of lires* (?oods at Cost to close Ginghams at 10, worth 12$; At 7 out worth 10. I^arge paper Steel Carpet Tack? 5 Big Out in Lawns. cts. per paper. Men's PantH, Men's Heavy Shirts Borax Potash Lye. 7 cts. per can, an. and Fine Shirts, Boys' Knee Pants at good as any. Bargain in Bahbit* Low Prices. RaJ Baal Men's Madras Fine Shirts at 87$, Laundry Wash Powder, 5 et pnek worth $1.25. age?, 2 for 5. Ladies' Vests, 5 ami 10 cts. Coach Axle Oil for Boggies, 25 ct. Men'h Gauze Shirts 25 cts. ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 10 October 1900

CLARKE COURIER WEDNESDAY, OOT. 10, IftOt. CLARKE COUNTY \yr , M toi ibe Charlcstowu Free Mr t.. M ?"on Conklyn 1 Berryville, Va,, Sept. 14, U>00. I >ear Free Press: For a number of weeks I have been, enjoying the mag? nificent scenery and tine mountain breezes and the genuine Old Virginia hospitality of the good people of Ber? ryville and vicinity. The view from "Pil?banla Kami"' is, indeed, fine. (>n the east the grand old Blue Uidge Mountains stretoh out in many miles of panoramic beauty, the azure blue shade for which this range is noted making <|Uite a contrast to the emer? ald green of the valley this side of the "Haughter of the Stars,*' the lovely Shenaudoah Hiver, ou the west cau be seen the great iron horse, as he puffs and blows, drawing heavily laden passenger and freight trains over tho Norfolk aud Western Kail wav. 1 rom all points the eye beholds a beautiful landscape?views of hill aud dale, forest and field. "Duu beath" is owned by the venerable and venera...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 17 October 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, October 17. 1900. No. 34. 1*111 CLARK i*: COlKiKK JOB WORK *>r ALL KiM?> ' iSi'rtltS. \i ,;|'J.ts, ?;il.'VL.\.;s. '\k??>. BLAMKR, \<..\v. Ksnntesl p?rasn|M m?l ? ..?!%? and m fair ? MJ ;jr.l?l< MfOttl .1111*1 l.e??ai.|for<ip?,n re r ? THECLARKK COURIER. JOHN O GROWN, Koivur AMD Propriktok thi < i \kki- i ?m -R!KR - | ni ?tense waja>klyat On? Dot lar a*?i> Fifty Cs.it*. i rain ir* iDTisn. when not pai?l in a?tva.ru ?? ?wo dollars will t.* ??variably charge?! ADVSBTi*T?iit*iT? w ill be i nsert*d at the rate of One Dollars ami Fifty ? ? - ?ciiiar* ?"ten lines? for threa* insertion?. ?n?i Kitty Ont* \?t ?Mjuar?? for each a?l?litional inser? tion Aiivertiaementj? bs rial I y?sar or year at less rates AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Moduni and Progrtissive SHOE STORE. Il Ijcti?('raitc B*atr?nsa i..r ?.. ml. .., ., Lai BBSS, I ???>'?? V r*Mi VW wh4.Ii lim :?:ail..i ..i ; ?\ t?i?* Late >ty ;. ? ?Mr fr'ltl...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 17 October 1900

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O. CROWN, Kditor snd Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17,1900. ????- a? Democratic Ticket s ? Tuesday, Nov. 0th, 1900. POfi PRESIDENT, W J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. FOR VICE-PKKSIDKNT, A. E. STEVENSON, Of Illinois. FOR CONGRESS, TO KEPRESENT 7TH niisTRICT JAMES HAT, OF MADISON. CASTLEMAiYS FERRY FALL? ING IN LINE. The stalwarts of democracy of the Castlenian's Ferry neighborhood are hereby noti? fied that a meeting will be held at Castleman's Ferry next S.iturda}-, Oct. 20th, at 3 p. m., for the purpose of organizing a Bryan, Stevenson and Hay Club. Major J. Mort. Kil gotir, Loudoun's eloquent son, and Hons. W. A. Bradford and Blackburn Smith, of this place, will address the voters who assemble there on the above occasion. The sigua are growing more and more favorable to the democracy as the campaign progresses, observas our esteemed oon temporary, the Northern .Neck News. Colonel Charles Mar? shall, that grand old veteran, who stood at Lee'B Bide in the trying hour of the...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 17 October 1900

Our Ve?ie? Suits for Small Hoy? are of Ne?teii Sludfi, New e?t I* ?? ? i v n # ?t L ?> weal Pi Our Furnishing Goods for Men and Boy? i? un ei^tiallt-fi. . Neta final Nobby FALL OLOTHIN?. You will need | K.M.I, sriT or OVKIM'UAT of the Beet Make and Quality We are prepare.! to Sell theui more CHEAPLY than erer. Dnrs are Comfortable m Fit, Stylish in A p p * aranee and D h r a b Isj in Make. Jget?<&<4ee&9\ ^^4*^^'^f -. ?~ ? ?? a** Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia. Fall Is Creeping on. Yoe will nesd l adsrwear in i\<'c|i Y?iu Wurm. Our tains I? ? ?onplet? The M?>re Carefully you Kxamine Our Line of La dies' & Miases' Cloak? and Capes, the better you will like them. SPECIAL OFFERINGS BY K. D. H ARO EST? Some Special Goods at Prices below the Lowest in Prices for Same Charac? ter of Goods. Percale* at He cent?; worth 10. Lot of . tods at Cost to ??lose Ginghams At 10. n*ortl| l'JJ. At 7 "-???*? worth 10 Big Cut in Lav. Men's Pants, Men's Heavy shirts and Fi...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 17 October 1900

CLARKE COURIER WKDNESl ?AY, OCT. 17, 1900. CLERICAL JOKEHS. THE OLD SCOTCH REFORMERS HAD LARGE STREAKS OF FUN. lacideata Which Pro??? (onrlnaWflr r&ai Th*?> Vier,? *???i Glooaar as? ? aroir aa?A That Thojr DIS Hosjelr aanaaanftnts ? o??d -najan? It was the wine Bulwer who said: "When nn SfllWT once Ret? Into the world. It ii* astonishing how hard it is to get it out You mav beat It about the bead until it seems to have given up the ghoat and then the next day meet It on the Rtr*-e? as healthy ns ever." Nevi'rthele?? error? of all sorts should be dubbed at every opportu? nity, else how shall truth prevail? Now, the generally received idea of the old Scotch Presbyterian clergy 1? that they were a gloomy and morose set. wedded to a stern routine of life, inflexibly op?>osed to social enjoyments. Innocent of n wlttl??l?ni nnd totally in? capable ??f practicing a practical J??kc. One would almost as soon suspect John Kn<>\ .>f swearing ns of smiling or bold I ?avid For...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 24 October 1900

i m^rntrn^ The Clarke Courier. ?p*>xx:ci1- Berryville, Va.. Wednesday. October 24. l 900. NO. 35. >rff ???-- *'?? all :'."? ? A > "THHCLARKK COURIER. JOHN O CI.OV ?vu \> r> r I ? I KKTlSKMr ? tion \ year or year ? AT THE STAR! IMNCHeiSTER'S Moiicni and Piogressive SHOr, STORE. U.H - ' ? : '..?.?. i. r . "l '.'.?.. ?.*.. i i' II the ?.. : t lui- Pall l/ine Is now ? '. ? r?11-? l'iel ..ti U-.?I1..II |:i?.-i ..v. ? I ..?..l? We eun ?h?B jron Itat Right I'loni* m THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, IOS .V "? ? \ M \IN 81 -I \ ME1 KH. KlloPMUo!, M irxtiuii MtrCoriiiiek. II II M. < ..riuiek. \iarshall McCorini?k & ?Son. bare formed a partnership to ses ,a\v. All bttBaBBBfl will receive prompt at? tention. lirriCB?-Oa Church St. in Pnnit boBBS W. T. Lewis, 4 TTOItNKY--lT-I<AW. BERBTVILLB, VA. *-ill att? id to any l?u?im?si committed to hint in the ?otirts of Clurke end adjoinini* OUbHsB S|?acial attention ?-aven t.? eollso loTis. Otfi.'e on Chnrcb BtVWSt. nearly Oppo li?. jail. f...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 24 October 1900

CMRKE MURIER JOHN O. CROWM, Bditor and Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24,1900. Democratic Ticket Election ? Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 1900. FOR PRESIDENT, W. J. BRYAN. Of Nebraska. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, A. E. STEVENSON, OF ILLIN0I8. FOR CONGRESS, TO REPRESENT 7TH DI8TRICT JAMES HAY, OF MADISON. Advice to Votera. Don't forget how to scratch your tioket You are not called upon to scratch the names of the presidential electors, but only the names of the presiuential candidates for whom jou do not wish to cast your ballot The ballot will have the names of tire or more presiden* tial candidates, and their electors upon it, aud those who wish to vote for Bryan aud Stevenson will erase the names of the otbsr presidential candidates from it?and only their names?and then hand this tioket to the Judges of election to be dropped into the ballot box. Be oareful then when you receive your ballot, to scan it closely for the names of the candi? dates of your choice, and leave them untouched with jour pen. Fol...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 24 October 1900

Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia. One Dollar's Worth of Goods Guaranteed to be Given for One Hundred Cents Shoddy and Trashy Stuff, No.nVon't handle it. ine of First Class Goods in But, can show vou a Staple Dry Goods and Notions, Boot? and Shoe?. Comforts Blank??!.? un?! White Oui Its- P_n^ati-. . UNDERWEAH?fe, I^e. ^ Minsea. .nd on! cent?? aa Extra Bargain; sien and Boy? in both Shirt., and Drawers. M?-n ind Boys' Pants. Men's Canvi gain? in these (roods. you some Bar Geiits Heavy Glove, -Buck. Mule Skin and Combmation Sheer Buck, 50 cts. to $1.00. and Special Attention ?-ailed to our M fasti* H ?, and Bow Hose at 15 to 20 "Double Knit -the ,.;?! Heady made SheeU? and Pillow Cs . ton. Bait? 10 eti price, notwithstanding the big advance in Raw Boonr? ?na ?hoe? I always nan extra-rd.,, are care is M] k ..,; sh . Q ity Wearit.fi 1 rope- jle and g gj* ^g*? tlV Wi irandStvle Q, wellJr.nown Brown ?Shoe Co s- *. nh( ,.?..,lo,,,.M; . l" the Bay BUU Strome of the makers w. h i v, The O...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 24 October 1900

CyMEOO?RDER WEI AY, OCT. ?4, 1900. ?.''EASED THE T*RACK TMEIM TMEV LOOTED THE FREIOriT CARS WITH EASE. A I rala Rokblag S?a??B? Taat la ???id ?o Have UrldnatrJ la FtWi and ?a IU?? CreatrS Mark .?Jracr?? I atII It Wm ?Lai? Bar?. The scheme of greasing rairroafl tracks to slow up s train is due to an old Frenchwoman, who ?saw with re? ar? t ber son'a Income as a train robber running down. "I can't board tho*e faat through freight tra?na." be complained, in excuse: and his coofed ? nil'?, who were bis sons, backed blm It. ? ?Then grease the track." i^???rtf?d the IndomitaW?? old lady, "snd don't stand thore ha ha Ing like so many Try it and you will find out B is silly, roo or your old mother*** *?oys called It "grandma'? Idea." but they tried It- For months sfter the date of this conversation the freight d"t?artment official.?: of the Paris, Lyons Railway company continued to be mymified nv??r the unaccountable loss of valuable merchandise from the gat train that had been their pride ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 31 October 1900

The Clarke Courier Vol. xxxil Berryville, Va., Wednesday, October 31. 1900. No. 36. HU- KRKli C< ?UKIKR. hMi * ?>-' ALI. Kltfl* M-: 1-..LL.S, l I \\ '?^) ! ' y : fc fta unc? ?tfnir : il |>o?i ____. __ ? TftBCLARKE COURTKR. JOHN O. OROWN, IMWIABI Pi "K rn fcMifcii w. - ' ?- t fAin r.h *r>v\v. r wh? I nn?viuu? two ?t?EBU will b* mvmnahiv ?h?rj^*?i. Ai>vRBTiHitMit- ? - ? ' 'ie r?t? of On? ] ' . ? ? ?itr* T - - - tioi. -;r half rear or v*-nr ?*!-^m - v ? AT THE STAR! vn biches rara Modern and Progressive C< ' : STORL. ?I II I I I . , ayc ?Aal . . I- , ? ll,,. i .:. tj km ? tan Kail idiH" :- i ? i, OnII ?hi We .-;i t. m Um (tight i hing m ME SIAR SHOE HOUSE, I'" I M VIN SI '?' : KM! Y h: i;,,., Mareta 1131 . . k H 11 Moi urmick. Marshall MoOnnm?k & Bon. \V. luv?-1-- m..i a part actice 1 < li?:rcli St . in <',,nrf houee W. T. Lewis, i TTORlfl Y \T-I, \W. RRYV4LLB, \ will ait. i?! ;.. any boaineas oummittedto him in Um-courts of Clarke ami adjoining counties. Sp...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 31 October 1900

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O CROWN. Editor and Proprietor WKliMtSOAT, OCT. 31,1900. Democratic Ticket Ki.F.t TiON ? Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT, W J. BRYAN. Of Nebraska. FOK VICE-PRESIDENT, A. B. STEVENSON, Of Illinois FOR tOXfiUESS, TO REFRESIXT ?TH DISTRICT JAMES HAY, OF MADISON. Public Speaking: Chairman Odd has announded speak? ing and places of speaking in the coun follOWB: * Mt. Airy. Nov. Mb. 9 p. m.?Marshall McCormlck. Millwood, (before Brvan, Stevenson and Hay Club) Oct. W>. 9. p m.?Con? finan James ilay. White Post. Oct. 97, 7.W p. m? W. B. Richard!, of Front Royal; Nov. 2nd, in ? R Gray Williams and John M Stock, of Wiochestor. Morgan's Mill. Nov :<. 9 p. m.?W. A. Bradford. Minnie Wood. Nov. 2nd, 7:30 p.m. ?A. u/bore, Jr. IlllW TO VOTE FOK PKESIDEVT The official ballot which will be provided all voters will contain the names of all candidates for Pr?sident and Vice-President. and beneath theui will appear tbe names of their electors, or candidates for electors. T...

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