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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 20 February 1901

The Clarke Courier. vol. xxxii. Berryville, va., Wednesday, February 20. 1901. NO. 52. TUB CLARKE COURIER. ?o?; U - ?? M.i. KIND.v M?? ti U9 ? ^l'KKS, SU.!-. IUU>. OUftCVL?ftft, ?\UH>. ?i.WKs v. iil\ ami 4t f?ir >rice<*. n I? ?K V\ <>'{|\ r?liv .. . '..riijioD THE CLARKE COURIER. JOHN O. CROWN, Kpitok \\i> I'r.oPHir.TOK THF. Cl.vRKK toi l:Iri: I? published ' ICNT? ir . 'I m itdvitucr two ?iolUr? witt r?*-m varia.'' | thmgf?e. ? >t ,tt th* rat? -'?ar>fi Fifty I - ?uuar? rtioti?. an?! r'iMy i>?>liti<?nal in^fr ti?>n A4v*rtfatement? m*' ? ?)? half yea- - ? ??- r AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Mod?? aud Progressive SuOE STORK, II iu ?-??? ???!?? BleOea . La H..\-, Y- . en. A ,? w .u? ?i ' v ill Um ? Our Fall leteM is bow ' otiip ? Call "?' n :'?i?l 'et 'i- -i We ????? eb 'A 'o? Uh Itighl Hung in I THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, ? i lu N M UN ST. s ROBEN MET ER i i. jfaraball SlcCormick. B. U. Mc< ormick. Mai?hall McOormi?k & Sou. _ \Ye have formed a partne...

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 February 1901

CLARKE COCRIER JOHN O CROWN, Editor and I'roprieioi. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20. i?oi. Iu the last three and iu this edi? tion of the OoOMlaUl considerable ?pace of its columns han been and i? devoted to correspondence bearing upon the approaching constitutional convention. At the inception of this discussion the QotJtlM took editon slljr the position of hands off as far as the candidate? for the convention are concerned, and at the ?ame time opened its coluuius for an? express? ion of opinion on subjects pertaining to the convention that snv of the citizens of the comity may desire to make, lu doing this our sole pur? pose was to give onr readers as much information and enlighttnent as possible on this important subject iu order that they may be prepared to vote intelligently when they elect delegates to the convention. In view of some things that have hap? pened we intend hereafter to ;. the editor's right to subject all man? uscript? sent us to the "blue pencil" so as to eliminate theref...

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 February 1901

^N?WlSHAPES] [ad?es Shoes ?AT SCHEUER'S BEKKYVILi.K, VA., AND FKONT NOYAU VA. County Correspondence. Lake View Notes. Tue reeeut cold spell has been produc? tive of good results, though especially disagreeable on account of the continue?! high winds prevailing. It has given an opportunity to till icehouses for the comiug hot sessou The people of this neighborhood have secure?i tlielr ice from the Opeqtion; gettiug a tine quality from its pure running waters. The aaasesll open and ?Irv weather has been very favorable to stock, espec? ially to the raising of young stock. Our farmers around here have some tine Hocks of young lambs. There have been sev? eral buyers aroun?l, an?! very gootl prie? sa are being offered. Tne winter of IfQO-OI will be remeui bersd on account of the great amount of sickness an.l the unusual number of deaths. Grip and tonsilitis have been epidemic in our ucighcorhood nearly every lauiily being v (sited by one or both of tu ese diseases. In '?lie Burnt Factory ...

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 February 1901

aauL?^-^a-S-BN F Waam PAINE'S Celery Compound PREVENT S Breaking Down of the Nervous System : Muscular Weakness : Feelings of Debility and Exhaus? tion from Care and Overwork. Edward L. Preetorius, St. Louis. Man? ager Westliche Post, writes : "I have found that Paine's Celery Compound is the only remedy that will res? tore the nerves which have been shattered by overwork, worr\- or business cares. I can certainly recommend it without hesitation to all those in need of such a recon structaut of the nervous system.'1 Without vigorous nerves the stomach, liv? er and kidneys, are the source of much pain; they make impoverished, acid blood which cannot sustain the wating tissues of the body, Paine's Celery Compound is the great reconstructant of the nervous system Will Boom His Business S. Laval, a merchant, of Dalla-?. Tex. ?rite*. 4,1 thought 1 would buv? to giye up business, after two yeara i of suffering from generul debilii} brought on by overwork and long ; hours, but four botlles...

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 February 1901

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, February 27, 1901. No. l n.K CLARKK COURIER. IUH IVO UK 01 ?ILL KINDS -?I ?II V '-?-I'BBS, SALH mi.LaS, can IULAK8, \KI>-. i.LANKs. ta t-.iute?! promptlv ?ml matlvan?! at fair ? fjiil: VFOMK urn? Horupon .??livtrv I ? ? ? S. Il . ? ?? I I ? I THE CLARKE COURIER. JOHN O CROWN, Til i? :lt? , i I- ?tiy :.e b?lf ? AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Modem ?inri Progressive SHOE STOKE IIlit li? ?tir:??!?* slum's t..r ?.? iith'tii? ii, L.-i blMrea \V?- \\.???Ji '>? i ?? l p i?H the L.tc Sty Our lull Line I? ?.- ? < ->mp' full on u* ?<??<? let usSh.tw y??n ?> ur * ?<?. mIh We- ? .1 n - ??? v??u ?M Rlghl Thin?* in Hat*? THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, M i |<9 N MAIS SI tU BKMMEYI B i'.i"?'t.in?.K all M? i ?Tiniek. IL H M?? ??riuifk. Marshall McOorrai?k & Son. We bavo form?*?! a partner*-hip t.? pr:??ti?? ,aw. AU busin?8SS ?Mil receiv.* 1.1..nipt ut ?.?llti??ll '. r:?-K ? On t'bureh St.. in Court-bon*?* .?1 _ W. T. Lewis,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 27 February 1901

CLAKKE COURIER JOHN (> (?tOWN, ?<?r and Proprietoi. ?v ?. i > X EH 1>AY, F B B. ;? :, 1001. President McKinley will be in? stalled next Monday for hi? second term. The inaugural ceremonies ?Till be worth goiug miles to see. even by those who lielieve th.it th? hegiiitntig of M?Kiuley*i> secnd term marks the entry on new ami most dangerous principle of action. For one thing, there will be over 30, troop?? m line, to ?ay nothing of tet?il organizations. The nutiiber of visi t??r? ex peeled is about 1 .'-50,000 h ?-. .. on the attnnJntSQI at previous man gurations and on the number of ap plications f??r Heats along the line ol p-ita?!e ami for tu-kets to the bal? * ? th.it have alre-uiv been received Ample accomodatious for the com for. of these visitors, during then svera^e slay of hree day?, have be?*i ?secured and no one nee?l fear nut being able to get food and shelter el ?ubi?- prices. There is doubt wlnther all who wish will be able I? attend the ball, the demand f...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 27 February 1901

Continued from 2nd put/o w a? jr'oiU)' ou. 1 did eouMiiemi.lio?? ? \ei. Ml. .?KLiuinick, uol ?-?ii iv pUUiicljf In.i privately, lor laitiiluliie?? t?> *Uuiy in 11 \ lag lO pl.t? ?.* hi* ?min m Hi?, .?.on, ?,?????.*, Mr. A uoore, u? -.??? i mm aT-avam isi;? ????* puMtloO ?ml >?r v???. ?mm? k total me tust 1 "ottjgfM nut lu btaaM inm l??r it a* lie ? as oui?. .;..n,^ |n> ,|,n Bin) Ht Un* ???????? 11 in?.* 1 ?m nii.-i slat ? |y li??pe lliat tin* p?*?.pu- t...| mm j.i.ially Hi?' >t???Ki???.?i?'i ? .?t Um in.?.in wiM do Ibelr ?lui? aaai llaali wbtMsj dut? in ?eeinii lU H lual ?I r A M..-.I.-, ,, u,.'( ola? ?"1 m ?*'?? b ?? ('?'MU' ii it i?> Mr Moore, ~ t.?? 1111 ?? itaal 1 ??avid be ?lui nut rete fot tn?' in?' ? ??h -.i h ni m: a? roa ve? turn ?/r *u??oie 1? iiiisitiKeii: it he will refer lo m) lettet i??- will toad aa iaterre ??hU?>?i mark, BtlUitasj u ni tu?- luriu ut a qtic-lU'U showing Ui.'t i ?tul not kn?r\\ what irack iba lawyei ?ras ?auc*aia?j laoa, Hntl ?a une 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 27 February 1901

A I'ANOERnrs TRAUE R SKS THAT THOSE ENGAGED IN MAK? ING POISONS RUN. S err? ?- ?of ?fr??* Arid? ?rl n nu fact n red An? ?w? int?) to kite Ti?.-.? i<? Been l?? brale 'I heir Punte? YVool?! ?It?ran Crr? tul?- Draib. It I? not ?:?uernlly known that Pln ciiiiiati has ?..?t.. 11 her ?routines ? half . la? lories that uuitiula? tut?* ? ?lav ? in u^n ?badly poisons t.. annihi? l?t?? th?- entire imputation ol the ? These la? tot i. s are ?ar? Idly ??uat?l??d froui oil ititi c.?!??i s. ami ?ven iln? em? ploy? ?es have ?<? be Allied iu th?'ir work and he w??|l await* of the risk tin v take before mlnnuan???' i> j*. ran teil. Bome of the p?? -??!.- ?re ao deadly that Inhaling the tunics that arise ficin their nianufacture would nn-au ceetaia ? ?, Slljf the ?rise with anhydrous a?-id. a drag tliat is never , d on the market la its pur?* state, (iiul even In the cbemlal s laboratorj it is haniii?'?i with all the cars that would be j;iv?n lo s poleonou? reptile, if the fumes <'t ? ? s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 March 1901

The Clarke Courier vol. xxxiii. Berryville. va.. Wednesday, March 6, 1901. NO. 2 THECLARKE COURIER. '??*? V Kl? ?i ALL KINDS - H U* ro^r ?> -m.i uni a, I. VK.V ? ? ?'?, ? KfsANKH, a? ., Ac. 4?-.i ; ? rYORE smaal t?***.??; lf??rupoa ? i ? [THE CLARKE COURIER. JOHN O N. ? - ?r e a --its sie T ;*.f AT THE STAR! W?NCHKsSTER'S Modern aud Progresiva SHOE STORE. Hi?ir-iiia?|. Hlaae? :??:.???*nti. i,.. i.. La .?, it. -, %Ye **??? '. ? *p all the . :?? ?* ?*l V '?'* ? Bur "Kail I.in?? Is n t 'nil ?...-mI?, W.? en? -l w \.Ii. '; Hi??? THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, MAIN ST - ROSEN MRYI R Raaieatavea. ?uni? k. H H m- ? .-rtiii. k V?arshall McCormi?k <fe Son. VY? have foraasd a partnership t?. ?>r ,?w. All i?ii*?in?t*si? will ?-.*r?-i\. prom| ??*nti?ui. ? ?rri?-K -On ?'hurch St., iu < '<?urt-h?uia<> W. T. Lewis. i i tokni?:y.\t-l.\w. BSRRTVILLB, VA. v?iiK?tt< r?i la any boa ?nmittsdto bins la the ?*??urt? of Clarke and adjoining ount ? rial attention rri?en to coller OtMoo an Chnr...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 March 1901

(XAKKE COCKIER JOHN ?> CROW?, tor ?ml I'??'; \> r.,?N ESDAY, MAI;. 0, 1901. William McKinley, of Ohio, and Theodore ll?.??se*.elt, of IN?*?*? i?:k. were inducted in oflice as Presiden! and Vice IVe.-i?Jent of the Uni! IStules <?u Monday, in lb? ; ?of a vast throng, ilu- larg?'st thai ever wit n? -?s?*.! an inaugnration. I be Inaugural ceremooie? ???r?* truj? an?! gorgcc*. ami the parade Ibe most imposing thai haa e*er marc!? the streets of Wai m, dea| the inclement weather, ?a? the p reports. Tb? President .? from the White Sou?? to theCa*. by the annv and navy, corps ?.f ? dels from West Pmot and Aonapolia, a battalion of colonial infantry, from Porto liii'o, retaran? of the war. and partisan clubs. I ti i ti(*eu I pageant, and per hap? we? only" m red by the of repreaentati from the Philippine? and Cuba! ' After tak: oath of I the EVaaideol expu iud ? of In-* sec?>ud admini?tration,?rhi disposition to change the polic - readf ina . in for his ?hare of attention, and af...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 March 1901

Matters of Interest Our REDUCTION Bnla certain I v will interest you. Oue Dollar has th?' bu\mg --sower of I'WU -( LO'ill IN?, FU 1? ?N I ?sillNt.s, ?SII(?K\ M \ is. Etc . It.. W?' want i?>??u? lor v*?,iriiig Purchase**. If you care to ?ave ii???oey. conn ntiick. SCHEUER'S l.Kl.l.YYIU.I'. Y \ . v ?/D FKONT KOYAL. VA. Garden Seeds I ?^ !??**???< it It tl<l IVorrf horn O rrowii Flower Seeds Regular 5 ct. size at 2 cts. each; 20 cts, per dozen; Sent by mail at same price; ?AT? BLENCOWE'S Drag Store, Oppo. P 0. - Berryville, Va. ?-** ?V'evi^V^?^t-l KENTUCKY WHISKEY ?&. Chtruistd lyJfndo> QvuVLty. Awntr-dcd Gold Medal fcvpoAirion 1000. ra-c- ^iwr--aaa?*cws*s*aaars*? **?oiil I?v F N CA8TI.EMAN, Berrvvllle. V? Womb 06MS i 1 ?.*ied ? ith ?pedal * :i iaptal'dit V to tli - uth. On i: ..ui trial I doliera are ltd ??rowiri?* Il Ils] bi? ?.?*rnii? nth. ??. our? uetotn I loM Iroin planting varietie*? nul adapt???! te nur Sont hem -..il .tu?! ?'lin. Wood's Seed* look for IQOI 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. — 6 March 1901

CLAKSBUR?? W. VA. Editor of the Count Kit?-As 1 thought it might be of interest t? some of the reader? of your valuahU paper, I ?ball write yon ?short lett? and give a brief sketch ?>f thin ero?? ing city of Clarksburg. ( Urkshur. is tbe county seat of li?rri?ou count and is situated on th.? wetM fwrtl 8 tbe Mouo.igahelia Mini Kik r It is in h heaatifnl little voll. rounded Oil ;t!! t??e? hy hills whicl are???qn?l in height to ? h?- Blue Rid* mouutHiris which traverse the hetsnii ful ShetlHti'lo.ih \';:!; I .rkslmt. ia n??w enjoying h boom which i found on slahle j?;; rposei thing which hi one has now a population of v. i'?? year?? ??o .??he ha?l al ?ee she hats made rapitl st i wan! ? -ipal entei _ to w I so sxtenaivelv ?upplv of t*oal and 'i! which here. To see the amount earthed here ? on would moment and with all ol it an of it. The mir mine that I know of which tbe edge of town has a da of 1.(KM) tone ami could increase i thfee fold if they could . but owing heavy tmffi ; of...

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 March 1901

The Clarke Courier. AX Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, March 13, 1901. No. 3 THE CLARKE COURIER. JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS 'H A8 POSTER?, SALE BILLS, CIRCULA US, .'AROS, BLANKS, se, Ac. ?xecuted promptly ?nil neatly and at fair priesa. ipTJOB WORK must be paid for upon ieliverv. THE CLARKE COUR I El JOHN O CROV/N. Fnir??K vm> PnoeaiKTna THK CLAEEI ? IT| tJl i . ,sal ?>,??? ? ? - ?i I??? L?a ?a ii earn ta ?aeaisci . ?.?..?uc? '**" ,1": sra i I II flsl t'ie rat? OfUU-* lAwfaVU Hr# <*t*"'n ? al. 1 i ity C?iit? per M|usr? r er. l"*" "? ..?lf y<**?r or jejsu AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Modern and Progressive SHOE STORE. Ililfti??tin??!?*? Shin?* for (Jentleiuen, L? di?*?. Hoy?. Youth?. Baa?aaaami Children. We? vvaieli the Market and kooff all the L?t? Styles Our Fall Lint* b n??w Complet? Call on us and let m show yoiiour (?ooda. We can ahow you th?- Right Thins; in Hat? THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, 10t> A Mi N. MAIN ?ST. 8. RUSKSMKYI.K. It-?.?prietos. MarahslI McO'onuick. H II...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 March 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN o mown, tiditor ami Proprieloi. Wtii.NKMlAY, M Alt II, li-HM. A dispatch from Washington ?sys: Tbe inauguration is over. Aside from tbe actual inaugural ceretno nies, the most conspicuous points in connecliou with it were tbe r?in, the beautiful ball aud the rowdyism of the Pennsylvania troop?. "The tin eat weather ever experienced at an insuguration" had been promised hrj Chief Moore ??f the Weather Bureau, but nevertheless there was h down? pour that made things uioit unpleas aut for the President and for the crowds on the staud at the capitol, for those on the stands along the route of the procession aud for the troops in line. It will no longer be proper for tbe Weather Bureau to casi aspersions on the lowly ground hog. after making so utter a mistake oulv twelve hmrs before the time for ful? fillmeiit. The ball was beautiful. It was held in the Pension < >rtke. which wa? dt\ orated under the su? pervision of eminent srchitects. The cost to the Governme...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 March 1901

3 HEUER'S CECIAL HOE ALE New Spring Shoes and Slippers The Best Shoes for the Least Money. SCHEUER'S BBRRYVItXR, \ \ , A SI? PEON T BOYAL, VA. Qabden Seeds s\^r?3>*4li ?'iiitl l\ori li??i-ii Grown Flower Seeds Regular 5 ct. size at 2 ets. each ; 20 cts, per dozen; Sent by mail at same price; ?AT? BLENGOWE'S Dri Slore, Oppo. P- 0. - Burryville, Va. I.W. HARPER KENTUCKY WHI?REY *e. *???!.? .1? 9 N ? \>?LEMAN, Herrvville, Vs. Good Cougli KtrmcUy tor Childreu ?*I have no bcsitaucy iu recoui tUeudiu^ ?. iKiuilH-i mm a Loug'l Kein e?i ?, ee%? 1 . i'- Moran?a well known ail?i jr?>j?iiia|- baker, ?it I Viel ?Oll I g, \'a. **?Ve have given It to oui chii-ireu ?v li? u troubled with b.-m Cough?, ulso vv liotijuisg cough, ativi a had alwuvo gi)cu pel led ?alialaclluii. It was lecouiuicudcd to Ule Uj ?? druggist a? lh?* beat cough lliedlcitic for utr I Id reu as it continued no opium or other h.iruitul ?ting." Sold b) Dr. .1.1. A v is? ?irug_ Obn.Thomas Li i na. Last week necrelarj L-a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 March 1901

VasJ o 1 o i y Compound GIVES STRENGTH Mrs. Mary R. Rupriglit. Hamburg, Perm., writes : "Tin? raid I had ner tion. I ninenced takiug und. After taking half a bottle I was >ut, and a si felt ?b-et than I ever did. I could do mi ->rk, and working ! of a burden as so many suffering .id it. "I ha ince used Pa?ne's Celery Compound for neural? gia and sick headache and always found instant relief." Paine's Celery Compound keeps the blood pure, the body nourshed, the nerves strong. PAN C. BLENCOWE, OFP. P. 0., \:. WILLE. Va. ?DEALER IX? DRUGS, PatentMedicines Toileo - Articles, Oils. Paints. Window - Glass. Etc.. Etc.. Etc. All Goods F Best Quoi it;1 und Sola ct Lowest Prices 1111 : ?. ? : i.. ? .;.'??? rVi'rVVi'.'.sVi'fV i A ? REE PATTERN 'vonr , u r: . rrr.y sutr- ***; "Merits at? a y ? .ir. 2; TMSCAliXS i MAGAZINE g A LADIES* MAGAZIN t. ;?? A gem ; b? .. --d pintes . I.*??**? 2? I ??.nions di 3? v>.?rk jC Ljuly *t*xiii?> ?.i.irii Sr>.d lor terms 5 Stylish. R.li.il-U?. Sim...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 20 March 1901

The Clarke Courier. . Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va.. Wednesday, March 20, 1901. No. 4 THE CLARKE COURIER. rpB promfi of au kinds cm u HOSTESS, B vu-: BILLA, OltOOLAl \Ul>s. l'LANKs, Ac.? &c. ?xecutrtt promptly un?! neatly ?u?l at fair ^TJOli WOUK MMl hepaiilforupon ?livrrv_ THE CLAB TRIER. JO ?n TM' I ^led ir ? <*? IW<? I \ ' b# rat* ire ami V itty -vr ! ?If AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Modem and Progressive SHOE STOHE. High ?<ir;ult* SIhn ??? foi ? ?? iitl.i:i. : die:-. Hoys. Youths, Misses md Childrea. Wr wal? li i.x '>',,,:,.,: ,,ini keep all tin La!* Sty! Our Fall Line i* now Compl Call on M sad Id is Show you oar (1 We **an shoe) vow the Right Thing Has* THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, MM ?V 10* N MAIN R itosKNM KYKK, Raorataroe, Marshall Me(\.rmi.k. H H MeCM Marshall McGormi?k & Son. We have formed a partnership to practice .aw. All business will receive prompt at tf lit ?oi>. orno*?On Chorch St.. in Court house W. T. Lewis, % n()HNKY.\TI,AW, BKKRYVILLE, VA, ?ill al...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 20 March 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O < KOWN. Editor and Propri>tot >\V, MAR. 20, 1901. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIFS The undersigned by virtue of authori? sed in u? as Chairman of ihr res? pective Patnocrsllc Committee* of tbe counties of l lark*- and Warren, for tbe MtrpSJSS of electing a candidate of ttje ?cratic party tor tbe ?BStrtd of the said counties, for th? alitulionsl convention. beret>v notlcs that a primarr election will t?e held ?>n the 20ih ?iky of April. 1S*H Th' i from 1 p m till ?>unsei nf said day at the following places in the county of Warren, natneiy. Proal Rojal, Etivnrtetj, CoaarviUs snd Bentonviile. and at the following pU in the countv of Clarke; DstTJvtUs. Millwood. Wiute Po?t an.: T .1 BaBBSH't a >pj nf tap ralas sjovsmlnsj taltl pri marie? shall l>e pooled at eacli of tbe above places al least one week be' election, or can be obtained from the ipactlvsCaalrsaan upon application P< rsoas wishing to have their name printed on the ballot? a> camiidate*...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 20 March 1901

LOCAL. DKIBFS i lu a eollis?oa sf Ins boggy *ith a i dl ?t t bt Mr Solen berge?, ul Win h ttrr, Mi Phillip Meaja?, ol i?.? M ill ?ro?M|, ? is thiv'Wti frosg hi~ ?eu ici* n?*.u* A brans? ('r?*?k an Oh iheesee.and bVrrysllls pike la*i Thursday uigbt, aa?l MUtained ?aja ,.... i | 11 a? head .uni , sud rea Un ?d uucoosoioui foi , tun Call. Hi> il-- ul ??. ?ii nid iled verv ???d'uselv. lUvs tbe r. M I urn mg fi ?iu i ? mu \ji. - . ? ? euii?g| bacs i?? Win t h Knight Qardem i ' ni list OU ??'?'?urred ?nd tin I ?'<? ' ' " '"?'?I lb*' injured m m t.? W ii ? il ?ter where rnedical Ht ui was rendered bv Or. Bofd .\11 ?>1 litnTicicfltlf rerovere?. from lb? sbocli t.? be able to retar* boon ii !?'? ?en ins?. Hi?, team. r thi accident Bg n?s? Winrii.-''1. having wheeled and rut in thai lin cl ion. :. or jrear, ?s?-. turuisb? it, new, ?j rex eption ? ill IU bedru lie li. ' ; SI*. ?' house, vegetabh garden; over i lawuj bean I i ful aoenerjf. bVfereuoes ret|ttired. BLACKBURM Smith, Any Th...

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 March 1901

EXDURING STREAGTH Painc's CcIcpv Compound RESTORES Wasted Nerves; Sustains Vitality: Keeps the Body Free of Poisonous Matter: Helps the System to Renew Strength Max F. Abbe, 25 Cortland St., New York City, Writes : "About two years ago I noticed that nen mptoms had commenced to trouble me. I decided to try Paine'< Celery C impound, and after tl bottles I notic? ed that the greater part of my - had disappeared, my thoughts had become clearer, I did not pass any more sleeph . and I felt as youug as I did ten years ago. without having to si p my smokinj Overwork, worry, or busines upon the nei the vitality of the system is impaired; there is suffering from in . torpid liver, or weak kidneys. Paine's Celery Compound sustains vitality, keeps the body healthy and free from nervous exhaustion and pain. 1837. THE SUN. 1901. BALTIMORE, M flit I ! LE. 1 LB. Ft A De kinds , f?t>le r< who : Th? ? per. The - ?s in . all OVer tbe v >>r.i :...o-.< : BO The Si \f.ke" featur? the b...

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