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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 February 1908

If. 1 RECEIVED TODAY . ^ W;$$T =-7K^akm mmt% > MtaMet "IP PERFECTION V/wll =sH1RID-? y^T' New things arriving every day Quality up to th? HifUcst suodard of ^*kt. ^ **?d specially priced for this sale Racelluucc. PKICBSKIOHT. / ^ ^ WE OIVB YOU T11U PltOFIT Atoonhw Oil! country HAM8 on hand. ! /X> i V A A A. , JM? a ? ^ ^ H ] 25 Dos. Sample Towels at fWCall ami #te u*. or phono No. SI. V^OtTSOllUClteO ^^8^ WW EHI^MT /WW^ |i% I I OTSAMPLK PttlOKS. f? JohnstDR, Dat& Terry Co. IT 11 TT^i ??? i?? t?? t, ^ * 1 | jjEj^S HKi!k. . Agent* for lloloiirnof lli^lery ???? n? ?11^ It'iyal Worrettor Cot set & VOLUME 42. S AI. KM^ V1RGIN IA,TH1j]{SD A Y, KEBRU A\TVl^~mH. NUMBER 37 * t *3 'WM All ail^ * g-a-aa^^ MiiUNUL ArrAlKa. An 1 ntereHtliijc Itiiil^ct ol' Ncwn From The Nation's Capital. iKiom our regular correspondent.) Washington. I). C., February 5.? President Roosevelt this week undertook to stir up Congress by n message Railing attention to a num...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 February 1908

2 THAW IN MADHOUSE Jury Acquits White's Slayer Because of Insanity?Ho is Sent to Matteawau. New York, Feb. 3.?Adjudged not guilty of the murder of Stanford White, by reason of insanity at the time the fatal shots were tired, llarry Keudall Thaw to-day was held by *?.? I. I. tllC L'UIII t V\f ( V4 Ull^vi VU O IIIIKII.IV and was whirled away to the State Hospital for the Criminal Insane at Matteawan. It was a quick transition from the dingy little cell in the Tombs, which had been the young man's home for more than eighteen mouths, to the white-bedded wards of the big asylum, tucked away on the snow-covered slopiug banks of the Hudson Kiver, lifty miles above the city. The verdict came after 25 hours of waitiug, and when every one connected with tlm case had abandoned all hope of an agreement ever being reached in this or any other trial. Four hours after the foreman's lips had framed the words, "Not guilty," with the accompanying insanity clause, Thaw protesting howussane, was on his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 February 1908

1 THF FAMIIY IMF. 9 - SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS i ANT EVENING REVERIES. I A Column Oediciitcil to Tired | Mothers as They .loin The Homo Circle. TALK WITH YOUNd MEN. 'Ik young man with limited mean*, who has Imt a few hundred dollars to begin life with, or perhaps has not hint' but a pair of si rvug and willing hands, we would say to all such you nit men that the farui is the best place in the world. l)v uot he afraid of toil but set an c.xuiaple to tin- weak, lazy loiterer about town by putting your hand to the plow. It you are a young married man Ikcu the farm offers still greater inducements. We know it will cost youx young wife some pangs to separate from friends and home in the town, but if she is a true woman she will do it without a murmur, lot the battle of lite is an earnest one, and we must each sustain our part. I)o not expect to begin your married life in the same style that VfiHT fflf hnr f??ifl mill hi?r nro iinvc mt. joying in their old age. with the fruits of tuuny y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 February 1908

4 J^alcut iimes-llcj PCItLlSHRD KVKRY T1IUKS! Salem Printing and C. D. DBN1' \V W MndUTNll I Subscripts Ou? Yenr .... . Nine Mouths ..... 81k Months Three Mouths ...... PHON1 TRIBUTE WELL PUD. 7 , .. i I'QC National Mouse oi isepr s um- i ti\es, accustomed as it 'n to fiery | speeches and dramatic incidents, was j thrilled to an unusual degree on Monday, v. hen Hon. Hourko Cockran. | of New York, in a speech cointnenda- | tory of the President for his attitude towards criminal corporations, as outlined in his recent message, declared that the message was inspired, and characterized it as a proclamation to the American peopl" of their duty in I lie premises. In this connection he declared that "hoth platforms of the approaching conven inn wo il 1 b* squ-rtd b/ this inosafrc, the Republic? ns b c us? they coul I not mike it oth-rei e, j anri the Democrats. b-cuis* tIt y would not want to;" but tin* s qu>*l to this great speech wm in hi? refI'limrfi to Mr. Bryan, th&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 February 1908

% -? 1 Time-Register and Sentinel. i PUBLISHED KVRKY THURSDAY. The Biggest Hun iu this old world is the humbug. Hut one of Tlllett's deputies, armed with a search warraut, wouldn't find the semblance of hnnibuggery in the shoes that M-c-N-E-A-C-E, 14 East Campbell avenue, sells. M C-N-E-A-O-E doesn't let his dollars get cold. He turusover his money in a hurry. He sells solid leather footwear at short prollt snd re-invests. His winter stoca of shoes for men, women and children, oilers mauy rare bargains. SPECIAL RELIGIOUS awpvirvc Interesting anil helpful speciul services lire in progress at the Presbyterian church this week conducted by Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, one of the ablest and most successful ministers of the City of Richinoud. lie is here by special invitation to assist the pastor iu thin work, hi* strong aud fruitful sermons have touched the heartb of all whose privilege it ha8 % beeu to hear theiu. Mr. Stewart will preach today (Thursday) at 4 p. m. and 7:30 p. tn. Also Frid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 February 1908

6 PENALTSIS FOR BLACK HAND '(ikisiiiim'ik ?>v i'oiiui rroiioscd l?y I5U1 In Si'imtc. Richmond. Va., fob. 3.?The senate committee on general laws thin morning made n favorable report on a bill making it a felony to write, procure, or in any way to be concerned in the writiug, transmission or procuring of any letter, nies sag*\ or paper of any 3ort which may threaten to do bodily harm or injury to any person, or to any meui b??r of the family, or to a parent Tlie bill is aimed at the Black Hand ocanization. The penalties rauere from a brief term in the penitentiary or jail to the inlliution of capital punishment. The bill will become a law. The house committee on bunking Hie I insurance, in its report today, favored the passage of a bill which provides for the establishment of a firemen's relief fund. Under the terms of the bill, which is already effective in many states, each lire insurance company doing business in the State will be taxed 1 percent, of all premiums collec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 February 1908

f .1- " ? - 1 W. C. T. U. COLUMN | ?rrii'CHnN?i,nn w. u T. U. President.?Mrs. Mlmah llobbs Day. Vtco-Prosldonts.--Mrs. L. M. Leo, Mrs. A. N. 'Ilrown, Mrs. W II DUtard, Mrs. B. H Moore. Mrs. IV. II. Robinson. Recording Socrotary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyor. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whltcsoarver. treasurer.-Mrs. W. a. Ferguson. NiiprrlHlrnili'UfN nf l>?|nvbiii'ii|ii. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Otoeuctialn. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. E. R. Moore. Medal Contests. -Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. II. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (?. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and lted Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wbltesell. Sunday School.?Mix. J. T. Pent). Literature -Mrs. F. S. Campbell. [Tn* Timks-Kkuistkr and Sentinel, at their request has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. <1 T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all matter therein It promises to be an inter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 February 1908

8 PLAYINGFOR I: THE NEGRO VOTE, i I j Forakers l'lans 15cvivo <>!?!-' t i l into liKu'k iumI-Tuii .">1 etliotls. H'ashington, ]>. C., Feb. 1.?Upj to a certain point the plans of the j Taft and anti-Tuft managers as to the; Southern vote in the Republican ua- i .! i I v.vuvti W..HUVIUU ikiK- sviciimai. ( Beyoud that they are widely different.1 The point of agreement is in some | what late conventions iu the South. Tho anti-Tuft managers are desirous 1 of deferring conventions because they ;1 cannot hope to do anything now in 1 that section and because they are 1 hoping that a change will come in n afi'airs. either through luck or acci-j1 dent or as a result of some mission- ' ary work they are doing. The Taft people, feeling that they have everything well in hand in I1 tho South, are purposely requiring j their leaders down there to out oil ! until along in April the holding of conventions. Their purpose appears to be n commendable one, acc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 February 1908

' ! . *.r ' ' ' 1 CaTIoAD of tJcELEBBATEO: Qv % f #im ^2 Jill i WHITE SALE | wiBTErmpi /\iip ^y~M .I'.lr' ill %.;# I 11- %' .%/,l?S ,41% A, H I 5*1 I IL/JP Continues Until Saturday 22nd. PERFECTION LUUII =HIMID= ? **?-SSf'Tms - V^Z^^vTsh^V. ?*r Jfc* w Gf HUISK BARGAIN SALK Aisvn(?w oi.d countky hams on band. fO ? __ _ _ | v t w r <fev .A-. ?r' <#V ^ftfr .-A Eg ^ WE Y/ILl, DISCOUNT PRICE' MADE BY ANYONE XT Cat; ntidM>eus. orphone No.24. V^OUSO It Oil U?D jg ' V. ; E ft |I d $ ^ L AjTTflT^Trfr htfV (tf ^ Wiiistoii,llajATemCo. 4? * f"1 k " ' .!!*!!,i1""fc '' a bikI Koynl Worcester Cornel* VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURI^A ^EEBRJjTYR Y 13, l!HW. NUMBER^ - ? r ?; ..<*-- ? IISTlAftl B t a tmr nmn U. ' - HAIIUrtAL AffAIiw. An lutcrestlng ItixlKut oI'Ncwk From The Nation's < Froiu our ivKUtar correspondent.) v Washington. D. C.. February 11.? Xi '* pructioally^ settled that First * ' Assistant Postfnauti'r-Ocneral Hitchcock is to resi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 February 1908

2 CHARGES ARE OF REVOETING NATURE DriinkomifHM, 1 ncompetem*)* siiul Vilo 1 lxleconoios ('lmr{cc(l Against lllackHtono. The former friends in this section of Judge J. \V. fl. Bluckstone. u graduate uf Itouuoke College, and for a number of years Judge of the circuit court of the Eleventh circuit, wire amazed this week at I lie shameful conduct alleged against him iu the charges preferred to the legbdat ire, and w hich will he investigated with a view to his impeach inent. The cliarircs are of the gravest possible character, unit if even partly proven, should result in bis immediate removal from the high judicial office which he holds. Among these charges are the following specifications : 1. Whilst presiding in the Circuit Court of the county of Elizabeth v City and of the city of Newport News, we charge that the said Judge J. W. G. Blackstone was frequently intoxicated, and, by reason of said intoxication, unable and unfit to discharge his judicial functions. The wish to bring these...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 February 1908

THE FAMILY CIRCLE. :; SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS I ANT EVENING REVERIES. {?, .? A Column Dedicated to Tired : r Mothers us They Join ! The Home Circle. ????? tt HEPOItK IT I* TOO LATK. o ? It you have a gray-haired mother, c And from home you are away, n Sit down and write the letter a You put off day by day. s Iton't wait until her tired stops a Reach Heaven's pearly pate. s But show her that you think of her m Before it is too late. a If you've a tender message Or a loving word to say, i. Don't wait till you forget it. i> But whisper it today. " n Who knows what bitter memories j, May haunt you if you wait? n So make your loved ones happy More it is too late. r > f ITbe tender word unspoken, c The letter never sent. c The lone-forgotten messages. The wealth of love unspent . For these some hearts are breaking. For these some loved one wait; So show them what you care for ^ them n H fere it is too late. Two Kinds of Girln. There are two kinds of girls in this a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 February 1908

I 4 ^.ilcm Cimcs-^icgi I>CiIL18HKD KVKKY THDR8C Salem Printing and C. D. DKNI1 w, MlVia'.Mi. II Subscriptic One Year Niue Month* e*l x Month" ...... Threo Month" ...... PHONE SO ROOM TO RRtWBLE IIKRE.il ll litis often I.said that the postal receipts of a community furnish a pretty good index to its business activity. Based upon that the- ( ory, and hacked by other substantial facts, justifies the assurance ( that Halem continues on the liiph road of pro parity and development. , despite the stringency of the times complained of by other communiti"s. ( The postal receipts at the Salem of- j fice, we are advised, were consider- ( ably in excess for the month of Jan- i nary, 1908. over the corresponding , month of last year, and are gradually increasing, which will mean that the 8alcm office will continue in the sccon dclass. Manager Clark, of the. Salem Wagon Company, advises us that their business for January, 1908. was action. It is a comforting tbought thait i nail those...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 February 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUUMSUKO KVEKY TIIUH8I>.\Y. A Sujrgotioii to tli? Street Car Con) puny. A well-known citizen of Salem r * marked to a representative of thi? paper ye terday, when cros-ing College avenue while the street car wan standing at the corner of Main street and College avenue, its terminus, that for the public convenience the Compauy should be required to run their cars a few feet, at least, further north on College avenue, so as not to obstruct convenient pissing at tlr.it point while the car was standing. This suggestion seems to us a good one. and surely it would entail veiy little exp'us* upon the Company to mik- the change; therefore we boli-ve that when their attention is called to it, and they are convinced that it will remove no objectionable feature and perhaps be the means of avoiding accidents at that point, the management will not hesitate to make the change. Is si Sweet ."iiii^er. / Miss Lulie Sims, of Washington, has been the guest for s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 February 1908

r> "IN MEMORY OF ~! A3 n i/snniMS a " uLU VIKUIMA. "I t>'j: l.iue" or "UiiK Samlio" ? Types of the Old Plantation Kliu-k Man. All ib<* Hi'iiti were token in the cot which I entered one uiui'ititiir in early April. An old colored in;tu sat next the dour. It is not often in these days that I see that type of black man. 1 used to see that ; kind on the old Virginia plantation, where he was "ling luge" or "I'tig Kaiubo" to all the household. Ilis days were devoted to useful toil.' and his evenings to his banjo and , the old plantation melodies that no or)'' can ever sing again as musically ns they were snug then; and never in his wildest visions did h* dream ul logarithms awl Greeks tools for his faro. "Take this soat, Misti>." lio said. ?ising promptly. ".Minis" sounded very "homey" and pleasant to me. It had been so long since 1 was "Mistis" to anybody. "Thank you. uncle," said I. "Keep your seat. I would just as lief stand." "Souse me. plea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 February 1908

W. C. T.U. COLUMN OFPICEKNNAMiM W. C r. V. President.?Mrs. Mliuah HoMi Day. Vloo-PrealdenU.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. 4 Itrown, Mrs. W. H. Dlllard, Mrs. K. R Moore. Mrs. W. H. Robinson. Recording 8ocrotary.?Mrs. 0. F. Moycr. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. U. Whltescarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Nnprrlatendrnls of Depart tucnt*. Evangelism and Almsliouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obonehalu. Florence Crlttonton Home. ? Mrs. E. R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Crave!y Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. U. Whltesoarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. U. F. Moycr. Social Meetings and Red Letter I>ay.?Miss Maggie Wiiltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. I'eun. Literature?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. [Tiic Timks-Rbuistsr and Srntinxi.. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. (I T. Union who will have entire charge or it, an<i i?e rpsponsinie lor an matter therein It promises to he an interesting feature of the paper,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 February 1908

s CAUGHT 'EM GOING AND COMING j ()n? lituvycr'n Way-Arc Tlioro OtSioi>7 la 'tis v-?rv intt-rpHtia^ rcuiiuisccu?? - 'r-iiioeriJnc; til? civilian Uailcrc , * ol r.r.i- r^Ci, tli* Hou. John Up ? > t ?> I'^MowiuuK>i?*odotp on tin* ilou. Judali P. Bonjaiuiu: *'My i><;qi|4fu*tiue* with This Ipgtdy K'f-' ! ami rein i-:ij n, ra\s Mr. Goo o >uiuu-nee.t when lie wast ratmferr -ct t,-.? tin i>u*iliou of fcteeretiry of W?r . imuher of too C<ibln"f oil M I>.<.viiLt ly'ij. Tlf* lir*o f:tne I in : L'ai wt' diecuteeU ihe ptactiew < ?: lu >. . nl iu the cotir?? of l lie corsv??ri?i?ti<>; L?> in<> what ? .- ccitHhlered > ..... f..... .. ...... *1... ....?.... to .% ;.<*h 1 rfj/.Ioti that v.?> considered $ <i vi ry r s.j.i'ftdMi1 fee. H?enj .cd and said: "WS&a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 February 1908

If 1 ' "" ' ' >J *' ^mr I RECEIVED TODAY ^ ' ,:^ r"FLOUR ^ttttC$ & &tttl&ltt ??ILs*!f PERFECTION" i-V/wll gatl^ itis your kault ik you Quality ut> totho Hlulict standard of . , A"' '" |,,U'MI "* Tills - K.U..W. i'richi uioht. j If f GENUINE BAKGA1N SALE *^'CttU...:i#eous.urj.honoNo.a4. CS-OttS-olibilicb % % 'fl /^f/^/1fc I '~VT I WE WILL DISCOUNT PRICED HALE BY ANYONE Mi,IMlimb * ?* ilU i 5tWmb" '" 1903 ?... * t t?, c. _y ^ Afconts for HoSoproof Hosiery ^ rrm??u a,M? Worcester Corset* VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA,""THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2oTii)08. NUMBBUla NATIONAL AFFAIRS. An Interesting UiulKrt of Newi From The Nation'* Capital. / (from our rcioiiar rorrn?i>oiMiBiit.) Wushiugton. I>. C., Feb. 18.?ros ?ibly a provision far the "physical valuation" of railroad proportion may be tacked on as amendment to the Aldrich Gurreuey The two subjects are not so far npnrt as might be imagined at first glance. The Aldrich...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 February 1908

2 F?rrc snniiTFnii/c IHUItf rtUUUB IULfi\J W. J. Br> in is credited with saying that on searching history he finds thut veiy few men who have run three times for President have been defeated. The moral is obvious. Albert Midlane. the well known Knglish hymn writer, has just celebrated his eighty-third birthday in London. His children's bvmn. "There's a Friend for Little Children," is sung all over the world. Miss Anne Iynam. private secreof IteDresentative .lohn Wesley Gain pic win cnniige tneir tunc wuon nicy hear what the beauty doctor has to say on the subject. "Diraplea are just as common ainong men as among women," says that epo tl? of the baul'ul, "only thuy don't show off to such good advantage. Beard and mustache oomIbine to hide their charm t. Anyhow, men arc not proud of dimp.l They I ?on id r lb m a sign of eff minacy. Now that smooth faces are the fashion, the man with a dimple in cheek i or shin is hard put to it to hide : that beauty mark. In his extremity h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 February 1908

I THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS AN I EYENINU REVERIES. i A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers ns They .Join The Home Circle. DOMESTIC LIFE. W?: are afraiii titsi our domestic life in this country will not bear looking into. We fear that our houses will not be found to have unity. and to crpree? the b-st thought. The household, the calling. the friendships of the citizen are not homogeneous. liis house ought to show us his honest opinion of what his well-beginning consists in when he rents among his kindred, and forygets all affection, all compliance, and even all exertion of will. He brings home thither whatever commodities and ornaments have for years allured his pursuit, and his character must soott be in them. But what idea predominates in our houses? Thrift first, then convenience and applause. Take off the roofs from street to street, and we shall seldom find the temple of any higher goi than providence. Th? prog less of dome*tin living has been in cleanliness, in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 February 1908

4 Jfalcm $imcs-|Ug PUDL18HBD KVBKY THUR81 Salem Printing and kj. u. unm W. W. MoCLUNU. I Subscript! One Year Nine Months Six Months Three Months PHONI TIKE TARE OF THE OLD ONE. Th? move on foit, whi h it sc m is sanctioned by Supervisor Thrasher, of B1-* Lick d'stri *t, whi h hi considerable surplus road funds in its treasury, to utilize all of that fund in building five short scMi n? of macadamized road on tin h gh ways converging in Hoanokc city, whil? me i orijus in 'om1 r sp cts is likely to meet with very pronounced opposition from a number of pcoplo in that section, who feel that the present macadamized road, a considerable portion of which is also in Big Lick district, i? b ing s dly neglected, and is in much greater need of work done on it than are some, of the roads which it is proposed to macadamize, by the plan now on foot. It is rout ndd, en I with it'oni fore and ju ti *e, ihat the porii in of tb * m lcadamizrd road w hich lies in Big Lick District should - receive some...

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