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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 12 June 1901

The Clarke Courier Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, June 12, 1901. No. 16 WE CLARKE COURIKR. leu W'?liK t>K ALL KINDS -i ? ? Ml ??>*?* Iti?- SALR HILLS, ; iK?.T I.AUS. \KI?S. KLANkN Ac, A<\ iee?ite?i pr.nnptly snd nearly an?! at fair a*r h?ii WORK Maa b. paid for upon :-Hverv. ?THK CLARK E COURIER. JOHN O OROWN, Ehitok v I ;? 1'KoraiRTOB. IHK ? iVRKK ? Ol HIER la publish??] w?*ekly*t Oxr Dollar \*<d Fiftt ?'bwts, ir SBBB in ?nvoit. ?a-h*-u asS paid ?n a?!vane? two dollars will be invariably charged. AaWnEaEMBBSB will be inserted at th? rats of One Doll?n ami Fifty Ont? per sonar? i) for three insertions, and Fifty - per -??.uar*? for each additional inssr tion A?!vertiseraent? inserted by th? half? yea- or y?;ar at less rates. Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. \\ !? ?? t !; ?? r \ o u are ?? r not Our Line of Shoes will appeal t?> von. They are the best that can be bought, are Stylish atid comfortable. Our Line la complete; gist ua a call or...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 12 June 1901

CLARKE COURIER .JOHN (? CROWN, Bditor and Proprietoi. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1901. HOUSE OF DELEGATES. '.i i'itiz> aj of (laWsb ?i* H arrcn: I n?vj????tfully annoumv myself a candidat?* f..r the Virginia Legislature. t-> ivpro? nt the untie? of Clarke and Warren la the ? of Dele-rate?, ami solicit your.?upport. If ?l??et?'?l. 1 promise to ?l?> all within my humble power to serve roar int?? BLACKB?E1S SMITH f'ltrrkr tf Warren: 1 hereby announce myself a ??audnlat?? for th?- ?iemo-rratir nomination for the HotsSS of .t??5 to represistBrt the nowntiss of Clark? Warren. rabject t.. the -?<-ti??n <>f the dennxratic prinia'ries, and will be grateful f?*?r the sufTrage? of the people. I have al way? stood for the intcicsss of the psople in all eonte?ts, and if the ?-lemocreoi sets el me :?.?? their staixlurd-bearer an?! uni el??ct??<i. I (?r. >rni>f to 'l??oti' ruv every effort to B faith ul performance of th?' ?iutie> ?levolvin** up t he peopl? tentative. JOHN K...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 12 June 1901

BKKI.YN ILLK?k FItoNT ROYAL, VA a-sa s> ua>,n avta a^-a?a-?x&?a>Vi?a-?-ua>-ia ta| a A Special Shoe ? . A Special Style ? At a Special Price For Special Trade. | \f \ ? ? Every man in town will i benefit his foot and h la ! pocket by adopting this ; shoe. We have them in a all leathers. High or Ix>\v Cut. PRICE fea.oo. We carry a full Stock of Shoes of every ?de? scription. LI) iff s s ni tri?; Il ?Clothier and Furnisher? ? OHfjftKH MAIN A CHURCH sts. V KElvTUCK? -?r Sopl bv P N CA8TLKMAN. BerrjTllle, Va. VIRGINIA HAPPENINGS (?en. Jamen A. Walker has an? nounced himself a candidate for the republican nomination for (?overnor of Yirgiuia, but says lu* will not en? ter into an aggressive canvass for the nomination. There is a glut m the market of Yirgiuia eherne?, and they are selling at $1 per barrel, each barrel contain? ing two and oue-half bushels. The prie?'? are so low that in many cases the farmers say it does not pay to pick them. The Yirgiuia Hoard of State ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 12 June 1901

CONFEDERATE REUNION The Confederate Reunion at Meni phia was attended by 2305 delegates, representing 1331 campa from 22 SUtea. Beaides these there were thousands of veterana, and many thouaauda of other visitors. (?en. .lohn B. (?ordou aa commauder-in chief, and the other officers of the United Confederate Veterans were re eleoted with enthusiasm. Besid?ee General Gordon, the officers thus honored are : (ien. Wade Hampton, commander of the Department of Northern Vir? ginia. (ion. W. L. Cabell, commander of the trans-Mississippi Department. (?eu. Stepben O. I^ee. commander of the Department of Tenuessee. Pall as. Texas, was selected as the next place of meeting after a hard fight. l-ouisville, Ky., where the meeting last year was held in rainy weather, made a strong plea for an? other chance. Wh??n the choice came to a vote Dallas secured 1,263 votes aud Louisville 1,945. From the report of the hiatorical committee we take the following par? agraph: "The passions aud prejudices arou...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 June 1901

The Clarke Courier VOL. XXXIII. BERRYVILLE. VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1901. NO. 17 rire CLARKE COURIER, lOH woi;. ? \\ i KINM BALK BILL?, iSI ULAKtt, \K?)S. BLAKK8, . A<\. fc \.-.Mitr?i prompt ?v arto neatly and affair QFMOH A OHK niusi iiniHiil forupon ,| li\*M\ THK CLARK ECO?RIER JOHN O. CROWN, KuiTOK \N?? 1'KOrRtITOK. THK < LAKKE COI'HIER it published Wffkiy at Osi Doi.i-ar a.id Fifty Ckwts. i> ram 11 m>v\.xik. when not paid in adran, e two dollars will b*> invariably charged. Adtkbtmkmkn-:* will bein!wrted at th? rat* of One Dollar? and Fifty < enta per wutrr (ten lines > for three insertions, and Fifty Cents per !?<quare for each additional inser? tion Advertisements inserted by the half year or year at less rates. Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. \\ li ? ? ii ?? r \ ?? u a : r <. i no! Our Line of Shoes will appeal U) you. l'ha? ai?- the I. e i* t iliaf can !>?? bought, ?re 11 y I i ? ii aad < o m f o r t u b I r. Our Line i&...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 June 1901

CLARKE COURIER John o oaowa, tor and Propri?t?? WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1?. IfOl. HOUSE OF DELEGATES. To tl "?'>?' ? M'uirrste I respectfully announce mjatlf a candidate f??T the Virginia legislature t<> ?represent the I Wo counties Of Clarke ami Warren in the of Delegates, and solicit your t-u| If elected, I promise t?> do all within my innnhle power t<< serre your later BLACKBTJR?S -MUH. /'n fh, Foajts t/CUHbi ? H'irmnz i hereby an? -elf a candidate for the democrats nomination for th< '? ites to represent the counties of Clarke Warren, subject t<> the action of the democratic primaries, and will he grateful for the suffrages of the people. 1 have al 1 for the interests of the ptsait in ail contests, and if the democrats stltet me as theii gtandsrd-bsarar and am tlstStd. 1 promise lo devote niv every effort to a faith? ful performance of the dunes devolving \\\> oii as the peoples' representative. JOHN R. CASTLEMAK President McKinley in an open letter has exp...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 June 1901

_-A Special I?ot of? l?? be Sohl for 50 ITS. ?i*-,?.*, lioods are all 75c, $1.00, I1JM, and |LaV9 Value?. We (Most- Them at . SO C^ont ? . . ( ?MK AT ONOB? ?while ron CAS (Kl YOUR si/K? -CLOTHING STORES BKRBYVILLXA FKONIKOVAL, VA ^V.aa?satt5^ V KENTUCKY ^*l ^WHISKEY Sotd b\ Y S C ? STL KM AN. Berryvllle. V Best For The South. Wood's Turnip Seeds. Wood's Bi nwa and select ed with s pi-ci a 1 refer? ence to their adaptability to o ii r Southern ?oil and ch??ate and give the best results ?nd satisfaction every where. If your ni?*r ??liant dot Writ? tor-imperial Trii-e list. ami Inforina I urnlp Seeds, Crimson CtsvsVa l.ate Seed Potatoes. (Iirmin lillet, Buckwheat and s 11 S'-iMiisMr . ni.il led on ifiplfKt. T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va. WOOD'S r Ml. 0A1 Wollt K issued Crimson Clover. Winter Vetches. Rape, (tust Proof and Winter Oats. Seed Whrut?, Oras.ies. and Clover 5eeds. Vegetable Seeds for I all Planting Hyacinths. Tulips, etc. mailed fi I ? le for it. ?MOTHERHOO...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 June 1901

Justioe Brewer's Karl y Hours 'For man? years 1 hase been get? ting up at 4 o'clock in the morning**, said Justice Brewer, when tbe coa \ersatioD gave room for an inquiry about his methoda of work. **I,ate lv the hour has beeu 5 o'clock, for I tind 1 enjoy taking more sleep. My retiring hour at night is usually ? lock." When some surprise was expressed at this early rising he added: "I be? gan that when I lived in Kansas. \> a young Judge I was very ambitious, and at uight found myself dream - mg over the cases I had tried duriug the preceding day. I did not regt well, aud this troubled me so much that I consulted a physician, au old friend of mine. He advised me to drop all work in the evening, lu those days we had dinner at noon, and a light meal, our supper toward nightfall. I was to go out in the ,ng with my wife, attend the theatre, play card? or go to parties, forget the law. Then 1 might -lv in the morning as I plea ?I followed his advice and gradu? ally acquired the habit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 26 June 1901

MB|1HBBBBBJBBBBBJBBBBBJBBJ ? - ? ? . i ? ? . a i. ? , . .? i ? , i The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, June 26, 1901. No. 18 THKCLARKK COURIER, .jolt Woi?K <?r ALL MM? SI VH \M JSTKBtt, SALst BILIaS, CIRCULAIS, ?\KI?S. ItLANKS. Ac. Ac. e .rented promptly and neatly and at fair p #y.h>L W i?l;K tiiuwt hepad for upon . livti v ? THK CLARK E COURIER. JOHN O. GROW*:. Kihtok and PigeaiSTon. THK i'LAkaK COURIER ia publish??.* wsskly at Oss DsaSaVB akd Fiett 1'ssts. ie said ni APTAic?; when not paid in advenes two dollars will be invariably eharsrsd. A dvebtisbmbntb wi11 be i nsertsd at ths rats of One Dollars and Fifty Out* per settars (ten lines* for three insertions, snd Fifty Cents per square for ?ach additional inssr tion. Advertisements inserted by th? hslf yssr or year at lesa rates. Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. \V b ?? t b ?? r v on ?re or not Our Line of Shoes uill appeal SO v<?n They sre the best that ran be bought, are st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 26 June 1901

CLARKE COURIER IN <> CROWN, Sditor ?nd Proprietoi U BDNESDAY, Jl M 16. 11*01. HOTJSE OF DELEGATES. arke d Murro*: I respectfully announce myself a candidate for the Virginia Legislature.*t<> represent the two counties of Clarke and Warren in the House of IMcgate*-. and toltcil your support. led, 1 pr< ? do ?11 within my hum?le power to serve your inte-' bLACKBTJRIS -Mini To ihf i Clarkr d Warrttr. 1 hereby announce myself ? candidat? for the denioir.it ii nomination for the H on Me of I >e legates to represent the counties of Clarke and Warren, subject to the action of the democratic primaries, and will he grateful for tin fee of the people. 1 have al? ways Stood for the r "the '?copie in all contests, and if the democrats select sat indaid bearer ?nd uni tswtStd. 1 promise to devote my every effort to a fait h - rfonnance of toe dunas dav? Iviag up? on a^ the people?' representative. JOHN K. CA8TLEMAN Senator Jones, of Arkansas, has given out an iuterview in which...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 26 June 1901

?A ?Speoiel Ix>t of? I jidics' (KHM-tU To be s ?Id for 60 0T8L These Ooods are all 7f>c, $1.00, $! ?>:?, and $1.50 Values. We Clone Them at . . ?"50 <- -S3I1IM . . QOMB ?T ONOaV WHILK VOI* CAN (?KT VOITH SIZK? CLOTHING STORES bKUKYN II.I.K.V HICIM lin VA I.. \ A '-> *?" KENTUCKY^" -old b% I \ CAST LEMAN, Berryvllle, Vn County Correspondence. Mt. Airy. Due night la-t week Mr. Hiram Lo -tore at Uound Hill wa- entere<l by tkieva? ami some sixty dollars was sud? en; also, Mr. Conner's -tore aas entered bul to what extent robbed we have not heard. Friday night two store- and the pottofBce at Lpperville were robbed, the thieves not finding much booty, < ?lie of them whs caught the next day. he having on a suit of clothes thai was stolen from Mr. Qopheahour*! store The man ga\ e hi- name a? Sam. Newton Mi Lodge and Conner ha\e cone over It? 1 pperville to se?- if they can identify any of their propem The Valley boom talk of last Spring is not being made good by OUT boo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 26 June 1901

THE TJNRMAD LETTER A yourjg Dutchman of a good family was going the way of the prodigal son. He sank lower and lower: and though he did uot get among the swine, he did get into the at my in India, which was perhaps worse, as far as his soul was con? cerned, then if he had tended cat th. From there the perverse and reckless eon wrote a letter to his father, aekiug for mouey. Some months after this a letter from his father was hauded to him while he was engaged iu gambling with his comrades. He hastily opened it, bal tindiug neither mone\ nor a check he angrily crumpled it up aud stuck it into his kuapsack. Soon after this he was attacked by a fatal disease. Many anxious days and nights he passed in a high fever. During one of those nights he re? membered the unread letter from home. He now was very anxious to know what news it contained. He asked the nurse to read it. This was done And what did the letter say? In short this: That they all, parent?, brothers, and sisters, were clingin...

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 July 1901

The Clarke Courier Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, July 3, 1901. No. 19 rHE CLARKE COURIER. MM* WOKK ol ALL KINDS ?n \.> ?vrKlts. B \LK Hll.l>. ciia ri..vus, VKPV BLANKS. Ac, Ar. ??edited promptly an?! neatly ?nd at fair |> 'IC?'S i^f-JOB ?OIK must be paid for upon . liverv ?? i m . m ??????^??^??j?? THE CLARK K COURIER. JOHN O.OR?WN, (KlUToll v\l> FUoCKIKTOa. THF CLARK1 COUBUal ie published weekly a- < I I ' ? : ? k ?na KirrT I'sst?. i? r*it. in s?VAI I nal |>a:<l m aiivsi I *. w. I .1 barge?! An>Ksm>?KMSNTi" ?rtedat the rate of <????? Dotla?aand Fi?Xy Cent? j? r ?<iuare> (ten . ?n't Fifty Ten?- per ?qu lonal inser tion. A y ih? half year ? - ?-. i- i- tatral Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. W h f i li c r \ o ii are or not Our Line of Shoes will appeal to yon. They are the bent that can he bought, ?re a ! v 1 i ? l? and com f ?> r t a b I e. (?in Line i? complete: give us a call or drop us a postal .HE bTAR SHOE H...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 3 July 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O CROWN. Editor ?nd Proprietoi. WEDNESDAY. .MI. Y .F lvul. HOUSE OF DELEGATES. hi Cittzw < ? rrttr. I res {>oct fully announce myself a ?candidate -tfinia Leirislature't" repreeent the ? w . unt:?# of Clarke and Warren in the : ?elegates. ?n?l - --port If elected. t.. ?lo all" within my humble i??>wer t?> perve v??ur interests HI.A?'KBFKN r-MITH '/;. ? ???*?? ? Mcrrtn: I hereby announce myself a candidate f. .r the?:- nation for Ik? Hot ? n present the counties ??f Clarke W K -? :?n;..n of the primaries, an?! will be ?rratefui f.?r the pu ffra*re* ??ft he | ?eopl,'. I ha - the interest* of the people in rts, and if th*> ?lemocrat* select m?* :i- their i rd-bearer and am elected. 1 Ito a faith rtne ?Unies dev?.<lvine up? on a- tentative. j \ ' 31 KM A N The candidacy of former ?Senator Arthur P. Oormtn, of Maryland, for re-election to thst position by the leg? islature which is to be chosen this fall was informally announced last week at a dinner...

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 July 1901

HOT WEATHER nur Light Weight CLUTUKtS ?nil Thin I'NDKUWKAU for ? hut day wil! keep your tempera? ture **OWU. ?JIST RKCKIVKI)? Special liOt of the fates Stylet ^?s?ri*?r*?c* f^iiirr?-* POB MKN AND BOYS. They Ixwk K.gln They Feel Right They ?re M ?de Right. ?PRICK ONLY? 500m 7?0. e?C im.OO. ? KACII.? Tlic SCHEOBR'S Stores, liKUHYVII.I.K.V FRONT BOT AL, VA Wears the ?xslutiv? Agts. in this vicinity. V KENTUCKY **f WHISKEY Sold by F N. CA* ST LEMAN, Berryvllle, Va County Correspondence. Mt Airy. On ttie TOf we fourni Sunday the hot test day we have had this season (Mir hotel entertained a number of guests, as ran many people ?ame out ? n Saturday night to ?pen?! Sunday in the mountains. It was our pleasure to attend Child? ren s Day at Bluemont Saturday night, notwithstanding the intense best The M K. Church was full of old folks as well as little children Opening with a hymn by the choir; r ?rayer by the pastor, ami Scripture read ng by the superintendent and school. The beginning of p...

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 July 1901

HEROIC TELEGRAPHER Along early in the afternoon of th? fire there carne over the telegraph wires the bald, meager message that a fire, witb which the city's depart? ment was unable to cope, was raging in Jacksonville, the beautiful little city on the banks of the St. Johns. Little else was known wheu the evening papers went to press. The south waited expecantly for fuller news. It was coming. Mown in Jacksonville in the Wes tern I'nion building there sat alone one man. He was operator Steele. and through him alone was the out? side ?arid told of what was happen? ing in the doomed city. When the ?lames had swept in red horror across to the east of the city, thev turned. B?ck to the west along Bay street and the water front tumbling and rolled the billows of fire. As the fire changed its direc? tion and came whirling back toward the west the telegraph building that lay to the front of it was vacated. Clerks fled: operators deserted their machines. The big building was empty and tilent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 10 July 1901

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, July 10, 1901. No. 20 niK ci.arke courier. 10 '1 UL*L KIND8 -1 tgTaULS, >\LK Hi I ! B, .< ?l.AKS, \i;i?s llLANKS. Ac, Au. evi-cuted promptly and neatlrand atfair : WORK aBwaM be paid for upon THE CLARK ECOURIER. ?> ? ? JOHN O OROWN. IT0S1 kjrs Protrirtor TH - QOH sUaOI s publishes weet r> Fimr Csjrrs. ir ? rAiDiN AiivAsci; when not paid in advance J two dollars will be invariably charged. AnvsarrisxMS.xTM will be inserted at the rate j of One Dollars and Fifty Cents per square ? ten lines for three insertions, and Fifty ! Cents per square for each additional inser? tion. Advertisements inserted by the half year or year atiesa ratea. Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. W hether iqi are or ti o t Our Line of Shoes uill appeal feo you. Thoy sre the best that cau be Knight, are I t f I i S fa and comfortable. (Mir Liue is complete; gire us a en! I WT drop us a postal HE ^TAS SHOE HOUSE, tOf A MM N ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 10 July 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O. CROWN, Editor and Proprietoi. ff BDNB8DAT, JULY 10. LtOL HOUSE OF DELEGATES. Arfe ? Hi/rrcn: 1 respectfully announce myself a candidat? f->r lhe Vinciuia I<**<i8lature.*t?> repre**?ent the two count it** of Clarke an?! Wanvri in the M of l?eh's-ates, ami soli? it your support. :<> do all" within my hnmbls poa*St t?*- serve vour inte ??I.aCkwkn SMITH. 7b tiki Voters of ('Inrh ?(? Wo mm 1 )i?t?-.?\ ann?>une? myself a candidate for the d*srnocratic nomination for fcas H< ?it the counties of Clarke and Warren, subject t?i the BOtfon of the ?Icniocratn primaries, anil will he ??rateful for the suffisj^es of the people. 1 have al d for the interests of the people in all contests, and if the democrats sel?>ct mc SI their standard-bearer and am elect?\l, I promis,- to devote mv ?-\?ry effort to a faith tul perfonaance of the duties devolving np* the peoples' representative. JOHN K. (AS Tl.KM AN A Friendly Suggestion to Clarke's Committee. No...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 10 July 1901

HOT WEATHER our Light Weight OL?/THEt? aud Thin UNDBBWSAJi for a hot ?laj will keep your tempera? ture dowu. JUST Kli Kl\ BD Special Lot of the l,?te* Stylet ^?ei^litu*;?-?? wiiifir** KO H MKN AND BOYR Thev l-ook l{ight Thev F?*el Right Thev are Made 1'igbt. ?PRIOR ONLY? .*SO<-.. ?^?'- ?Ac #1.00. ?BACH.? Tk ?MEWS Slow. t RRR\ \ I'd K?i PRONT ROYAL, VA We ?re the exclusive Agt?. in this viciuity. V ?EOT?ChT^ WHISKEY ! by K N 0A8TLBM \N. Berrvville, V?. LOCAL BRIEFS Mr. John !.. \Vhit?'nian. brother* m law ?>f Qes Uharlss Thurraau, of "Thurtnan's Manor." mar Merry ville. has purchase?! th?* iplesdid "Hack wood" estate, near Wiiii the low figure of This old t?te lias upon it OOC of the best ol?l oolooisl horass in tin- \*?l!ev. which in recent years lias Leen remodeled and improve?! at a e??st <?f -o,! ?(?<>. snd is now one of the m o?l desirable boSJSl in Frederick county. Mr. Whitman's health is much impaired and be bopei to benefit his coudition by leading a ?>ui?'...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 10 July 1901

JORDAN ON SILO FEEDING. 1 was uotified by s ailo advocate tome time ago of tbe coming ef Pro* fessor Henry's letter that has just been published. The Professor says that tbe use of silage is increasing in this country. Tbe use of oleomargarine is increas? ing in this country also, but the fact that people are deceived by these ar? ticles is no reasou why they should supplant the articles of food they are reconimeuded to substitute. Professor Henry's letter sustains the point I made at our Farmer's In? stitute, that the milk condensing companies of the country had gener? ally refused to take silage milk. The Michigan factories he refers to are the exceptions ond not the rule. Pro? fessor Henry's book on "Feed aud Feeding," gave the same account of ; he Michigan factories that his re? cent letter spoke of. These two fac? tories were hard pressed for milk, they could uot run on full time, their husiuess was blocked on account of the limited supply of milk, and is it any wonder that the...

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