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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 February 1901

Official Direslory Ainrnsta CountyCIRCUIT COURT. S H Ltttrlry Judge, Lexington, Virginia. Meet*at atauniou on May 10and November lU.ofleßjstiyear. COUNTY COURT. i—,..., r-haiklav Judge, Meets 4th Moua !S3__,otS. Addreas judge at Staunton. eoCHTV OFFIOIAtS—ADDWbM STAUNTON, tilersCireuit Court-Joseph H. * ooa . wara - Clerk County Court- Harry Burnetl Commonwealth's Attorney-K.S- a-er. Treasurer-James N. McFarland. *»eriß-Newton C. Watts. Jailer-Thomas A. Dawson. OountySurveyor-J.K.Mct/Utchan. Superintendent o{ .schools-E. O. Peale, BEVERLY M.VNOK DISTRICT. Supervisor—W. A. Crawford, Swoope. Co™ table—J. S. Benton,Staunton. _«Utret»s~io».' u JfiHy; Staunton?" Comm'ivof Roads- H ; L. gtaunton: t*. School Trustees—J. " • touu. ■="»- C. Brown, Swoop*. middle river Meridian. °Ove?ie 3 er Poor-S. J. Nisewander, Laurel % U a«lstrates-Wm. McCue Ft. G Gouchenonr.New Hope;N.L.hhrecs.nise, K aSS?.Boad n l.W.By« i ßi S »town ;ii Director ot Koads-J. Coflman, Ft School Trustees-Wm. H Mom B Defian...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 February 1901

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it the largest of any paper Published in this City. WEINBERG GL2OTHIN6 GOMPANY. ranch broken, we have inaugurated the greatest sacrifice sale of CLOTGINC **t has ever been in Staunton. As everyone knows we make it a rule never to carry over stock from one season to the, next. So now is yonr chance to get Weinberg's best-made and up-to-date Clothing at your own figures. In particular we mention among the bargains a lot of tine melton suits worth fully fls. If you wear sizes 30, 37 or 40, pick one at |S. Also some tine black unfinished worsted suits, 4 button or double breasted vests, worth f 15; sizes 35 37 and 3S, your choice now fB. Several tine gray oxford suits, sizes 34, 35, 38 and 3S-worth f 14, now |9 50 All pants reduced to about one half. You will positively be the loser by purchasing hefore you see our line. Men Gin Co., The Reliable Clothiers and Furnishers. 5 South Augusta S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 February 1901

Stmmloii Spectator AND VINDICATOR. issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editor and Proprietor, R.ast Main Street Staunton. V a. A. S. MORTON. Business Manager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : For One Year $1.00. )T« i rlTrnnnn For Six Months... 50. ) UliUlQlUlD In order to avoid delays, on account of personal absence, letters aud all communications for Tin: BFBCIATOK should not be addressed to any md ividualconnected wltn l he office, but simply to The Spectator. Telephone In office connects with all city and county lines. Entered at the Postofflee at Staunton, )'</.. Os second class mail matter. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15. MRS. NATION AND THE BARROOMS. The smashing of bar fixtures, bottler, etc., by the now celebrated Mrs. Nation in Kansas, has produced two very opposite effects on the public mind. There are those who believe tbat bar fixtures in a prohibition country is a species of property without right and may be broken, carried away, burned, or otherwise destroyed, with-| out t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 February 1901

S.aonfonSjirt.afor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13 LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL BRIEFS. The contract for heating the new court house has been let to the Stautoi Heating Company, of Martin's Ferry. Ohio. The plant will cost $1,600. Mr C. J. Tyler has purchased the grocery business of Mr. C. I). Hiirgin bottom on North Augusta street and will to iduct the business there. Messrs Edward Mcintosh and W. WSmales, of this city last week leceived their diplomas at Dunsmore's Business < 011-ge. W.J. I'arris-h, committed suicide in his room iv this city on Sunday after noon, by shooting .limself through the head. He leaves two small children. Mr. A. P. Taliaferro, for some years superintendent of the C. &. W. Ky.. has resigned to accept a position with the Virginia Carolina By , with headquarters at Abingdon. Congressman (Quarles has betll in. formed by the War Department that orders will soon be issued to improve the road from this city to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 February 1901

Official Directory Augusta County lu.orteaoli year. COUNTY COURT. Lvinan Cualkley, Judge, Meets 4th Mon-. n each month. Addreiss Judge atstaunton. COUNTY OKI'IOIALS-ADDRKSS STAUNTON. cierkClrcuit Court-.iosepn it. woodward. Clerk County Court- Harry Burnett Commonweaitri'sAttorney-K.ri. Ker. Treasurer-James N. McFarland. SUeriff—Newton C. Watts. Jaller-ThomasA. Dawson. County Surveyor-J ■ X- MeCutchan. Superintendent ot schools— E. O. Veals, St sL U pt n o g £Po r or l ?P.G. wartael. Arbor Hill. BEVERLY MANOR DISTKICT. Supervisor-W. A. Crawford, Swoope (•nmm'r tlevenue—l.l. Taylor, Staunton. ronTable-J °.Oeuton,Staunton. hverster PooY-J. 11. HetTUn, Staunton. Magistrates-Jos. Houseman, Pinnae l 3 vi'l e-N. L. Wehu, Arch KinneJ,St^tou, Coiim'r ot Koads-H. U S^S&SSnKB. School Trustees -J. W. Todd, Staunton, C. Brown, Swoope. MIDDLE RIVEK DISTRICT. Supervisor-John G. W"'! I '™," a ! Comm'r. Kevenue-Wm. H.Moorman, r*. D Ove?wer Foor-S. .1. Mlsewander, Laurel "Magistrates-Wm....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 February 1901

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find It the largest of any paper Publlshedln this City. WEINBERG . GbOTHING ee/APANY Having done an unusually large busines this fall, and our stock and sizes being very much broken, we have inaugurated the great est sacrifice sale of CLOTGINC that has ever been in Staunton. As everyone knows we make it a rule . never to ejwxy over stock from one seasoa to the next. So now is your chance to get Weinberg's best-made and up-to-date Clothing at your own figures. In particular we mention among the bargains a lot of fine melton snits worth fully $ 15. If you wear sizes 36, 37 or 40, pick one at $S. Also some fine black unfinished worsted suits, 4-button sack, single or double breasted vesrs, worth $15; sizes 35 37 and 38, your choice now fB. Several fine gray oxford suits, sizes 34, 35, 36 and 38-worth $14, now |9 50 All pants reduced to about one half. You will positively be the loser by purcha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 February 1901

Staunton I ptdalox 'AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editor and Proprietor, B.ast Mam Street Staunton. V a. A. S. MORTON, Business Manager. TBBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : For One Year $1.00. ) T-. i jlTrnnnp For Six Months... 50. 1 liLfiLU I uliu 0 In order to avoid delays, on account or personal absence.letters and aHcommunicatlonsfor The Spectator should not rje addressed to any individual connected witn t lie office, but simply to The Spectator. Telephone In office connects with all I city and county lines. Entered at the Postofflce at Staunton, Va.,assecond class mail matter. FRIDAY FEBRUAKI 22. The country breathes freer since the Legislature has adjourned, and it knows that that particular body will never be called to meet again for any purpose. Mr. Hanna and his subsidy bill are having a hard time. The Senator has a new attack of gout, and the subsidy bill has several afflictions which will keep it from performing the feat of breaking into the public treasury...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 February 1901

§Jaituii.ii&iittlaior AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22. LOCAL DEPARTMENT TieHui-tings court has confirmed tin sale <f the Shtffey property 01 East Main street to the Beverly Club. Mrs. Loring, wife of Mr. J. W. Lor ing, a merchant of Clifton Forge, diei suddenly on Thursday night of last week of heart failure. j A party of young men from Bock iughtm passed through the city this week en route to lowa iud other States in the west. An extra opportunity to puichase a fine fruit and grazng farm of 133 acies i ear Greenwood. Addrets J. S. Rodts, Attou, Va. J. M. Wilson, of Petersburg, Ohio, advertises on the this page of our puptr for a white faiui baud, promising good wages. Governor Tyler on Saturday sigued the bill providing for a constitutional convention and the Geueral Assembly adjourned sine die. J. W. Newman and Geo. F. Barger, »dwV. of J. C. Barger, deed, will otter lor sale on Saturday, Match BS, a valuable null property, si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 February 1901

BfDcial Dimtorr Aviuta CqulXi CIRCUIT COURT. S. H.Letcher, Judge, Lexington, Virginia. Meeti at flwaulon on May 1(J ana November lu.octeach year. COUMTT COOBT. Lyman Chalkley, Judge, Meets 4th Monm each month. Address Judge at Staunton. COUSTY OFFICIALS—ADDBEBS STACNTOH. Clerk Clroult Court—Joseph B. woouward. Clerk County Court- Harry Burnett Commonwealth's Attorney—R. 8. Ker. Treasurer—James N. McFarland. Sheriff—Newton C. Watts. Jaller-ThomasA. Dawson. Count y Survey or—J. R • McCutchan. Superintendent of Schools— B. O. Peale, Btribling Springs. , ._,,„_ w „i Supt.of Poor-P.G. wartsel. Arbor Hill. BEVEELV MANOB DIBTBICT. Supervisor—W.A.Crawford, Swoope. Comm'r Revenue-J. F. Taylor, Staunton. Constable—J. S, Denton,Staunton. overseer Poor—J. H. Hefflln, Staunton. Magistrates—Jos. Houseman, PlunkeusrSSfS L. Wehn, Arch Kinney, Staunton, Comm'r of Roa'ds-H. L. Wilson, Swoope. School Trustees-J. W. Todd, Staunton, ». C. Brown, Swoope. MIDDLE BIVEB DISIBICT. Supervisor-John G. Fulton, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 March 1901

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it the largest of any paper Published in this City. WEINBERG GL2OTHINO GO/APANY. Having done an unusually large busines this fall, and our stock and sizes being very much broken, we have inaugurated the great est sacrifice sale of CLOTCING that has ever been in Stainlon. As everyone knows we make it a rule never to carry over stock from one season to the next. So now is your chai;ce to get Weinberg's best-made and up-to-date Clothing at your own figures. In particular we mention among the bargains a lot of fine melton suits worth fully f 15. If you wear sizes 36, 37 or 40, pick one at $8. Also some fine black unfinished worsted suits, 4 button sack, single or double breasted yes% worth $15; sizes 35 37 and 38, your choice now $8. Several fine gray oxford suits, sizes 34, 35, 36 and 38-worth $14, now $9 50 All pants reduced to about one-half. You will positively be the loser by purchasi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 March 1901

Staunton Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editor and Proprietor, Bast Main Street Staunton. V a. A. S. MORTON, Business Manager. TEfiMB OF SUBSCRIPTION : For One Year $1.00. )T« A m ttOTIPP For Six Months... 50. J HlMt dlluU In order to avoid delays, on account or parsonal absence.letters and allcommunlsacionsfor The Spectator should not t>e addressed to any individual connected witn t he office, but simply to The Spectator. Telephone In office connects with all city and county lines. Entered at the Postofflce at Staunton, Va., as second class mail matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 1. A BURNING ISSUE. I of a water supply for aton has been one of rowing in importance nightly. The citizen village when he goes t what tomorrow may nows not whether he s morrow his house cc warm bed of ashes have been. His famibe cremated for all he ire is not much to I fire break out. We 'y taxation on account i not paid on the very lue, ten per cent is mssion for a colle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 March 1901

StaanlaafipniafoF AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY. MARCH 1. LOCAL DEPARTMENT LOCAL BRIEFS. Herman, the Great, will be the attraction at the opera house, next Friday night, the Bth. Mrs. Sarah H. Mohler died on Monday night at her home in East Lex iogton, aged M years. Deceased was a sister of Mr. Jacob H. Shaner, of this county. | Mr. D. E East, of Raphine, recently shipped to the Baltimore market s bunch of eleven tine cattle. They were bought of Mr J. Frank Clemmer, of this county, and averaged 1.580 pound Rev. James E Armstrong, presiding elder of Rockingham district, will hold quarterly conferences at the following! p acps: Waynesboro, March 2nd and 3rd; Port R-public, 3rd and 4th; Lv r.y, '»'h and 10th: Marksville, lOthaud 11th, and Goshen, 17th and 18tb. ' Mr. Geo. H. P. Lindamood.a promi neut citizen of AVoodstock, died on Saturday, after several weeki' illness, Rtjod about 78 years. He is survived by his wife and four children. One of his sous being Mr. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 March 1901

Official Dir6.toriAitMtaCoiiti CIRCUIT COURT. S H Letttoer, Judge, Lexington, Virginia. Meets at Staunton on May 10 and November lO.ofceach year. COUNTY COURT. LyrnanChalklej, Judge, Meets 4th Monn each mouth. Address Judge at Staunton. COUNTY OFFICIALS—ADDRESS STAUNTON. Clerk Circuit B. n oouward. Clerk County Court- Harry Burnett Commonwealttt's Attorney—K.cJ. Ker. Treasurer-James N.McFarland. SneriH—Newton C. Watts. Jailer-Thomas A. Dawson. County Surveyor-J ■ R .McCntchan. Superintendent of schools— E. O. Peale, Stribling Springs. ArtmrHlll Supt.ol Poor-P.G. wartzel. Arbor uui. BEVERLY MANOR DISTRICT. C. Brown, Swoope. MIDDLE RIVER DISTRICT. Supervisor-John G. Fulton, Mt .■££*»£ Oommr. Kevenue-Wm. H. Moorman, r D Ov.?Ser Poor-S. J. Nlsewander, Laurel H Maglstrates-W m .McCue G. Gouchenonr.NewHope-.N.L.snreu*" Knighiley. Rva rs Burketown. Comm'r. Koada-I ■YvKisew Hope. Director of Coflman, N p t Sohool Trustees-Wm. il -."° < i t iev k.B. Defiance; N. K. Shreekhise, Knl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 March 1901

Welnvlte Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey will find it the largest of any paper Published in this City. WEINBERG GL2OTHIN6 eenpANY. Having done an unusually largo busines this fall, and our stock and sizes being very much broken, we have inaugurated the greatest sacrifice sale of CLOTGING I hat has ever been in Staunton. As everyone knows we make it a rule never to carry over stock from one season to the next. So now m your chance to set Weinberg's best-made and up-to-date Clothing at your own figures. In particular we mention amongthe bargains a lot of fine melton suits worth fully |15. If you wear sizes 36, 37 or 40, pick one at $S. Also some fine black unfinished worsted suits, I button sack, single or double breasted rests, worth $15; sizes 35 37 and 38, your choice now fB. Several fine gray oxford suits, sizes 34, 35, 30 and 38-worth $14, now $9 50 All pants reduced to about one-half. You will positively be the loser by purchasing be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 March 1901

Itmmtott Spectator AND VINDICATOR. Paed every Friday morning by U.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, stMamStreet Staunton. V a. A. S. MORTON, Business Manager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : R r rgfirJSS£.". |1- B:lIlMiaMB In order to avoid delays, on acount of personal absence, letters and all communications Telephone in office connects with all city and county lines Entered at the PostOffice at Staunton FRIDAY, MARCH 8 A GRAVE MISTAKE liction of the Labor Union of ond when it undertook to pull he temple and destroy the poambition of Messrs. Swaneon hols and at the same time put inder the political structue 01Mr. Montague is standing, waiost sickly, gapy weakling yet d from the present political inir. Martin, Swanson and Echd friends Donald aud Sheppard ssed together as the officers and ivho fought and defeated the i Montague, Jones and others he strong, staunch supporters herefore these latter must be ted, while the others must be 1 off the political stage. Look at ionsistency of such a state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 March 1901

Sla»ulojiJS*ietialor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, MARCH 8 LOCAL DEPARTMENT Mr. W. E. Yeager, of Clifton Forge, wan in the city Wednesday on business. Rev. J. E. Ballou, of Craigsville, was in the city this week. Mr. R W. Winboume, of Buena Vista, was in the city this week. Supervisor W. A. Crawford wis con fined to the house last week with grip. Mr W. R. Tyree spent some days wiih his iamily'hete this week. Miss Louise Meiiurin visited friends in Waynesboro this week. Mr E G. Fishbure. of near the ciiy, who has been extremely ill for the patt moutu, is somewhat improved. Mr H. B. Miller, editor of the Harrisonburg Press, was in the city MonPaltz.of Raphiue, were iv the city Tuesday. Dr. D. A. Bucuer, who had been confiuel to the bouse for the past two weeks with grip is out again. Mrs Hampton H. Wayt is visiting her mother, Mrs J. Frank West, IB Roanoke. Miss OctaviaCoiner, of Waynesboro, visited Miss Daisy Fuuk, at Singer s Glen last week. brook speul severa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 March 1901

Bffieial Dirwtory Anpxta CoMty !C OOOKT. i, Lexingtoa Virginia. May 10 and November r COUBT. adge, M M^ ( £* l ,, M t ??~ c sw J udie at Btauntou. -ADDKItSB STAUHTOa. -Joseph B. woodward, t- Harry Burnett ttorney-B.rt. Ker. .McFarland. Watts, jawson. NR. McCutchan. Bchools-B. O. Peale, . wartsel. Arbor Hill. *OB DISTRICT. T r TT.yior WO s°aunton. J ; * • oSinton. W.ffltaunton-.S. Laurel new"""' T-C B o y flnTan U^w oHope.0 Hope. C °H Moorman, Vt. l?i=- KnlKUtley; K. B. •c. « n»TaicT B , iSfllereMt.Solon. S OD eweU?Mt.»olon;J. J* A"iirttoSj****Moscow. K S Hogshead, Hllo; J. : „,AJr. Samuel Forrer, iolon, oamuoi 3 DISTRICT. T rt mb le,Bwoop.. ro|i [ gi J T U Ie; B M"R.Coalter, D 8 DISTRICT, miiey Morlatts Creek. wiiViw Greenville. S?Mte?ook. f Hamilton, Middle'rfuUeTandl.Alex. • m«. jr McCutchan, me; J.B.aa"n-" BR DISTRICT. Coiner, Waynesboro. ..Mowry, Waynesboro, rr, Fishersville.. . waid, Lyndhurst .lexander. Basic City aesboro ;J. B. Hunter, .eonard, Waynesboro. [. L. Leonard, Mari...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 March 1901

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey will find it the largest of any paper Published in this City. WEINBERG GUOTHIN6 GeMPANY. much broken, we have inaugurated tlie great est sacrifice sule of CLOTCIKC tDat has ever been in Slat) nl en. As everyone knows we make it a rule never to carry over stock from one season to Weinberg's best-made and up-to-date OlolbIn particular we mention among the bargains a lot of liae melton suits worth fully $15. If you wear sizes 30, 37 or 40, pick one at $S. Also some line black unfinished worsted suits, I button sack, single or double breasted vests, worth If 15; sizes 35, 37 and Several fine gray oxford suits, sizes 31, 35, 30 aud 38-wortb $11, now $9 50 All pants reduced to about one-half. You will positively be tlie loser by purchasing be- Willi Oil Co., The Reliable Clothiers and Furnishers. 5 Gouth Augusta St, Staunton, Va, Next to Augusta Nat. Bank. mm • HAVE YOU TRIED HARMAN BROS. 3 Sdhumr Old-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 March 1901

Staunton f pwtator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editor and Proprietor, EastMaln Street Staunton. V a. A. S. MORTON, Business Manager. TBBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : For One Year $1.00.1 Tr, 1 jJTrniipp For Six Months... 50.1 lUMidlluu In order to avoid delays, on account ot personalabsence.letters and all communications for The spectator shouldnot he a ddressed to any individual connected with 6 he office, but simply to The Spectator. Telephone in office connects with all city and county lines. Entered at the Postofflce at Staunton, Va., as second class mail matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 15. NO SOOTHING SYRUP FOR US. lid of the Boer war is now said near that the British can see nbly this-end could have been g ago but for the fog* about ,or the distance intervening De Wet and the seat of gori. This may prov* a mirage, il to look upon, but which re the hu ngr j and thirsty Briton is weary steps in its direction. 1 seem that this war ought to y over. It has cost England bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 March 1901

Sfannlon&pHiato! AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, MARCH 15 LOCAL DEPARTMENT R PERSONAL. ss Marie Hill, of Scranton, Pa., it j ng her parents at Suminerd**au. Mrs. F. Percy Loth, of WavnesboroJ visited relatives here this week. Mr. William Montgomery, of Deer field, was in the city Tuesday. | Mr. R. F. Larew, of Greenville, was n the city last week. j Mr. Ernest Myer*, of Clifton Forge, spent Sunday in the city. j Miss Sallie Hamilton, of Steele'* Tavern, was in the city Monday. Mr. Geo. Teabo, of Craigsviile, spent Sunday here Mr. A. J. G reaver has returned from I a visit to Baltimore and Washington. Miss Annie Eakle is visiting friends n Lewisburg, W. Va. Rev. M. L Wood was in Richmond I his week attending a meeting of the I Auti Saloon League. Messrs. J. B. Wood and A. G. liar- j man, of Goihen, were in the city on business thi* week. Vr*. M. T. McClure, of Spottswood, spent a few day* with her brother, Mr. I Jacob Bumgardner, thi* week. Monday laß...

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