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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 April 1908

1! If ^'fECEIVED TODAT if I,, >4^^ A If THE SEASON fl ATHFC,s AS 10AD of the CELEBBATEB I 7W\ ^ 1J &1T *4^ SL22SLiMiBj!?l VHITE FAWN |-| Al in CllJUS^ III ii/l IIUTZjl ^ |J| L Q L E E ?M? Tine Suits ? AjlU Lb I I 81 I L# f v Y v S^w "^r the market Is now ready for your Inspection. PERFECTION iLUUn -HUS)- ' ' ^ ^ quality up to the Highest Standard of A EASTER STTIT Uxoellenue. PRICR8 KIOHT. M lB *J,a* tH~Call and see us, or phone No. 24. (Scmsolibateb gV%%Hf /f 4^ *4 I ^ooember 16. 1903 ltlltrlte or Steadl'nHt SHOES. Johnslon, Day& Tern Co. \ ma * JlJ^JS.tJ1^1,1 11 fj >V and Royal Worcester Corsets \ ^ VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1908. NUMBER 47 ' , 1 ???????? ?i?. NATIONAL AFFAIRS An Interesting Budget of New From The Nation'* Capital. (From our regular correspondent.) The tenth of May has bcej decided upon as the final da: of the long session of the six of course, that tho leglslatio which the President and th Democr...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 April 1908

2 IS TRUE LOVEMAKING DEAD. (By the Baroness de Bertoucli.) Perhaps deep down In a few hearts the fragrance of oldworld courting still lingers, but xnese refreshing instances are only exceptions, and, alas! very rare ones, too. The sweet lovemaking of long ago, which savored of new-mown hay and lavender, and suggested both picture and poem, has literally been drummed out of modern society. We are mid-stream in an age when up-to-date youth disdains the grand old trndltions of chivalry and flower-like purity. They prefer the fever of nn illicit passion, or the eclat of one of those friendships called platonic, which are nothing less than so many milestones on the downward path of life. "As to the sanctity of marriage our newspapers' dally records leaves us no illusions wherewith to veil the fact of its desecration. Yet it is not on our youths and maidens that the la^h of criticism should fall. They are only reaping the harvest sown for them by older nnd stronger heads. The art and lite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 April 1908

^ b5L c^ ^>VV >tVV HH i The i TELEPHONE 1058 Use it at our expense Every tiling?The That's in It | ?v S Mattresses 1 The Stearns a no Fostk j world?;lie only Mattress with s ing you just how each and e i dust proof, vermin proof, and w feetly dry. Sold under absolu Cu.i Jx/Hatta? i.m^ j- * |i?iur? tiuouN i "Same Goods f TIMR IS Tin; TIN T. j rhe Testimony of Salem People1 Stands tlie Tes ' The test of time is what tells: the tale. The public soon finds out when misrepresentations are made, and merit alone will stand the test of time. Salem people appreciate merit. I and many months apjo local cit-j izemt endorsed Dona's Kidney Pills; they do so still. Would a citizen make the statement j which follows unless convinced | that the article was just as rep-j resented? A euro that lasts is ? the kind that every sufferer from kidney ills is looking for. * Mrs. Mary Hutler, Roanoke St.,' Salem, Ya.. says: The t into j that lias elapsed since I peavej my first statemen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 April 1908

,4 ^alcm $itncs-|Ug puol18hbd bvrkt thurs Salem Printing^Pue c. d. drnit. kdit< w. \v. mcclunu. ] Subscrinti One Ye?r Nine Month* Six Month* Three Month*, PHON: TAKING IT SERIOUSLY. The Roanoke Evening World believes that Inter-urban electric lines, running from Roanoke to Fineastle. to the Rack Creek district and the Catawba Valley section, this county would . not only be of great service to the people, but would operate toward the marvelous development of the territory traversed by them. We quite ngree with The World, and if Roanoke doesn't get to work quickly Salem will see that they arc built from Its limltn into thp toprlfnrv nntnpH This warning is Riven so as not to take any undue advantage fo our sister city, and because of the fact that it is customary to use Salem as a sort of hoodoo or sledge with which to knock the1 spirit of hustle and progress occasionally into the heads of certain Uoanoke people; at least, it seems that way some times, especially with refere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 April 1908

.mes Register and Sentinel. I'UIiLISHBD BVBKY THUKIDAY. BEITS OETTIIG CHEAPEB LOOK AT TUE8E, Od? six-room house, with Rood garden and well water, on Union Street I10.U0 One seven-room house, with garden and outhouses, In good condition on Chestnut Street 110.00 One six-room bouse, with garden, good location on Market Street tlB.00 One seven-room house, modern Improvements uiid near center of town f lrt.00 One ten-room house, with outhouses and large garden. In good condition, and cheap for the price, lu west Salem (14.00 Ono ten-room house. 3-acres of land, good Stable, outhouses, tine poultry houses and yards, fruit trees, good garden, hydrant water, and close to car lino. A model place to raise chickens (20.00 Three-rooms for rent on Clay Street 5.00 Br-If you want to rent Property, go to a man who is in the rental business. Write or call on E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM. VA. i REEF!! IfUJ* \Jj^ theDbarp!ettBFEF' THE BEST . . if * * ! ? Ever sold in Salem at pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 April 1908

6 W. C. T. U. COLUMN ori'M'RKN N4I.RN W. c. T. V. Fresldeuf.?Mrs. Mlinah Hobba Day. Vlc?v President*.?Mrs. L M. Lea, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W It IHItard, Mrs. R. K Moore, Mrs. II. T. Seniones. HeoordluK Secretary.? Mrs. G. K. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. It. Whiteserver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Ns|terlslrn<leala of BepsrlntesU. Evangelism and Almshouse.-Mrs. C. E. Obenchaln. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. K. R. Mwro. neua: tunienw.?nra. uuuj uraTuij okixjui. Flower Mlsalon.?Mrs. U. T Sutiione*. Wort among Soldiers and Sailors? Mrs. U. K. Moyor. 8o?*lal Meetings an<l lte<l Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Pcnn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. | 1*11K TlMES-RlTOIfrrCK and Sentinel. st their requ-st has placed a column at the is:>'?sal of the earnest and faithful women of ih>. w. ' T. IToi hi who wii| have entire cba'i?" of it. h?"I he responsible for all nmtt?' itirr?n It promises to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 April 1908

I I LET THE GIRL PRHPINF " I IWI vJLt Few Matrimonial Mistakes If She Did, 8ay? the lie v. Dr. TIioiurh. "When a young man or woman is 21 or 23 years old it Ik his or her duty to get married." declared Rev. Dr. C. F. Thomas before hl? congregation In St. Ann's Catholic Church, Baltimore last Sunday. "The young man Is then about six years out of school, generally speaking, and If lie has formed good habits let him marry." Dr. Thomas gave some practical advice to the young people present. Among other things, he emphatically declared himself In favor of letting the girl propose as well as the man, for this, he said, would prevent many unhappy marriages. "The girl Is usually very careful in selecting a husband, and ulin to 11o V?1 <k 4rvi O IrO n m lo . inuu to liu \. I1I1UI17 tv? Uiuivo u 1111 ntake. With the man this is often the case. "Let the young man save money, for I do not think much of the future wife who lets her young admirer spend nil his money In flowers and cand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 April 1908

r s HONOR ROLL. (' Ti>? following fi the Honor Roll of : the Saleui Graded and High School ' for week ending April 10, 1U08. HIGH SCHOOL. Fourth CUee?Bertha True, Ray- ' mo ml Lee, Grace Font/., Auuie Brown, Coinuibla K*Uy, Lucy Theck er. Myrtle Walter*, Mellle Walter*. 'P1.1 ?i r .... II ?..... u..>?i? m. 11 ii va via r?o uoc a a w ? 01 % Kiaiviu | Bernard, Naucy Johustou, Kuth Macon. Secoud Class?Willi* Bowles, Grady i Garrett, Minnie Brown, Mtry Deyorle, Elsie Deuir, Claudiue Grifllu, Bessie Hood, Constauce Stearue*. First Class?Carletou Peun, Auu's | Bauks. Lula Brown, Auuie Davis, I I rem Foutz, E?sie Haukins, Addle Leiw'htou, Gertrude Hardest*. i GRAMMAR SCHOOL Third Grammar Grade?Leone Johnston, Bessi* Turner, Vivian Kern. Paul Farrier. HaTold Robert- 1 son, Lucy Atkinson. i Second Grammar Grade?Guy Braddock. L?wreuc? Duncan, Gertrude i Br-oifl-Id, Frances Ktllian, India K.I1liau, Mary Moore, Frank Cochran, Haril ?ld Hauser, George Lawi*. Stella ( Garnet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 April 1908

received today ^ * .ALA ^ EiTuoiDnuiY ninmuic! | CHLIAI iftn CILEBHTED | ^ -It? gi^ PAPAINS ^jrn niin m ^vikIJ I H 111 111 JtmP RUGS. VELVET, BRUSPERFECTION vl I m^ bells and crex rugs ruiiwiiun * ' ' LACE CURTAINS, TABLE Quality up to the Highest Standard or m jr- ^ . DAMASK NAPKINS, Kzcoilance. p kicks K l QIIt. /YR))i A' \M TOWELS, Etc., Etc., Etc. ^ A y _^MC. ^ , a * Examine ours before you buy. Aisoafew OLD COUNTKV IIAM8 on hand. IVI/* ?? a: au I * S ^ Ir^m. /A ^tSF Am? 'vtfh _^4L . ?.-- TTTTt" e j? Ytiljt j? L"03 Mistn, Dqi Inrj ti. Joliisloii, Davw Terfv Co. - ssssssss 0 ?J?? Wr jjBBm'f Stead fast and Blltrlt? SHOES. VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THpjSqAY, APRIL 23, 1908. NUMBER 48 NATIONAL AFFAIRS. An Interesting Budget of News From Tl?e Nation's Capital. i From our reticular correspondent.) Washington. D. C., April 18.? Congress having refused the President his four big war ships it is said is now feeling extremely virtuous, not so much froiu having saved the country twelve m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 April 1908

2 MOLLY S PLANT1 "When I get big I'm going to ] be a famouH general," said Ted, marching up and down the room in his little soldier suit. "I'll go out -to war and help anybody that is in trouble." "And I'll be n nurse and take 1 care of the wounded soldiers," i said Dora, pinning a piece of 1 red flannel on iter arm to look i like the cross worn by a nurse ] sho had seen a few days before, i "I'll be a great doctor and help the sick soldiers, too," said 1 Herbert. "1 guess that's about as nice as whining battles. prl Graves wears a sword, too. 1 "Children." called mamma from ' the kitchen, "wtiich one of vcvu will ruu to the grocery for butter for my cake?'' . "You go, Molly," said Ted and TV\n n 4 nrrnf li on ^Vaii mfnd doing errands." So the little girl ran off with her basket, and the talk In the sitting room went back to what the children would be when they grew up. It was a cold, . windy day and they all had to play indoors, so Herbert and Addle had come over to visit ' i their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 April 1908

i w u I ! D m N I 1 u R . -E i?BWffPJ1 bill ilOM M'l'iiHWW I ? .t35TT*-3LT:^Kr. JUST IN TIIVIL Sonic Salem People May Walt Till It's Too lirttc. Don't wait until too lata. Be sure ami be in time. .Tust in time with kidney ills Means curing the back Before backache becomes chronic; Before serious urinary troubles set in. IJUUII K I\lUIIt\V I'lllS Will (|() iliis. Hero is Salem testimony It) prove it: 1. U. Pudding, Clay street, Salem, Va, says: "About ten years pro, while stooping I was t suddenly seized with a pain across the sninll of my bnek and for some time 1 was unable to straighten. I was under the care of a physician, and used several remedies, but the pain still continued and I was in constant misery. The kidney secretion finally became disordered, being irregular in action and containing a heavy sediment. My condition was serious when I heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured them at W. T. Younger's drug' store. TMlOV ,.r Oin noln ill my back and strengthened the action o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 April 1908

nr ?? 4 ?????? Jtaiem iimed-ilcg published kvkky thur8i Salem Printings Pub c.d. dbnit, bdito w. w. mcclunu. ii Subscripts One Yenr, Nine Months Six Months, Three Mouths, PHONE PAY POLL TAX QUICK. All voters in Konnokc county who have not yet done bo. should pay their capitation tax promptly, 'or* else they will be deprived of the privilege of casting a ballot at the Novem( ber election. This must be attended to on or before the 2d day of May, which Is the last ^a'4A 14 uuiu uii w iiiuii iv uau uv jjaivi iu qualify for votlDg. This Is Important. Attend to It promptly. PREACHERS VS. POOL ROOM. At a called meeting of the city fathers held on the evening of the 17tli instant, there appeared before the Council a delegation composed of the ministers of the town, who presented over their signatures a petition calling upon the Council to enact stringent ordinances respecting pool rooms, bowling alleys, etc., as follows: 1. That a special license tax of $500.00 per annum be required beginni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 April 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHBD EVBKY THURSDAY. BEITS GETTiHG TBEAPEB LOOK AT THESE. One rli-room house, with Rood Harden and well water, ou Union Stree' #lu.0U One seven-room house, with garden and outhonses. In good eondltlon on Chestnut Street flO.iO One six-room house, with Karden, good location on Market Street |15 (W v.iu bcfrii-rwui iiuuw, muuoin improvements ana uoar center of town f 16.00 Oao ten-room house. with outhouses and lanre Harden, In good condition, and cheep for the price. In West Salem 91100 One ten room house. 3 acres of land, good stable, outhouses, fine poultry houses and yards, fruit trees, ?ood Harden, hydrant water, and close to car lino. A model place to raise chickens 920.00 Three-rooms for rent on Clay Street ....600 I* If you want to rent Property, go to n man who Is In the rental business. Write or call on E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Ave. SALEM. VA. Mil!! good .... nrrri THE BARNETT . HrPr" THE BEST . . ? Ever sold in Salem at prices...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 April 1908

r * 6 W7C. T. U. COLUMN hai.KM W. C. T. I'. President.?Mm. Mlnmli llobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. I,. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Urnwii, Mrs. W II. Dlllurd, Mrs. B. K M?>or?. Mrs. II. T. Senioncs. Kccordlujj Secretary.?Mrs. G. K. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whltesearver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. NiipFrlalcadraiii of llfparlnirala. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obeacbaln. Florence Olttenton Home.? Mrs. E. R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. WorK among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wtilteseil. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penu. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. IThK TimICI-KkuISTSR and SSNTINKL.. at their requ?st bus placed a column at the isiKte*! oftho mrcrst mad faithful womrn of tire W.O T. Union who will hmv? entire char** of it. and be responsible for mil mmtter therein U promises to bemu interesting feature of the pacer, and we eoromend a c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 April 1908

GOOD REASONS Why Instructions Are Necessary. The Virginia delegation to the Denver convention should be Instructed, to make euro thai tho unquestioned preference of the Democracy of tho State is properly expressed. A grand jury In New York has recently developed the fact that the Metropolitan Street ^Railway Company of that city gave the enormous sum of five hundrod thousand dollars to the r?fl rrtnn ten fund of 1OHO I which was used to help defeat Mr. Bryan. This sum was advanced on behalf of the railroad by five men who pave their individual checks for $100,000 each. Ono of these men was ThoB. F. Ryan, of Virginia, who professing to be a Democrat, succeeded in having himself elected as a delegate from this State to tho Kansas City convention four years ngo which nominated Judge Parker. He will doubtless want to go as a delegate this year to the national convention, and, like Major Daniel, will want to go "uninstructed." Now, will the people of Virginia who want to see Mr. Bryan no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 April 1908

r"y> ' , . UONOlt ROLL. Tbe following Lt? the Houor Koll of *be Salem Graded and High School for aeek ending April 17, 11)08. HIGH 8CHOOL. Fonrth Olase?Mary Beunett, Grace 'tf'outz, Helen Preetoo, Bertha True,' Mellle Walters, Myrtle Walters. Third CIh?8?(ileuu Switzer, Hattie Bernard, Jessie Carter, Nancy Johnston, Until Uikou, Ethel Vaudegrift. Becoud Class?Nora Beuuett, Pearl Beuuett, Ethel Carter^Iary Deyerle, Katie Bhelor, Coustance Steames. First Class?Lila Bradley, Annie Davis, Irene Foutz, Eisie Hankins, Gertrude ilartles*, Mary Musser. CRAM MAR SCHOOL Third (irauimar Grade?Douglas <Critz, Harold Robertson, Eruest Butler, Stuart Johnston, Lawson Wiley, l.tn II mi r EM I IK M?0u? ? WNI1? lUVVIUU^, oortn MeConkey, Betsey McCoukey, Bessie Tamer. Second Grammar Grade?Lawrence Dauetu, Guy Braddook, Clarence II artless, Claude Forbes, Edward Kuder, David Piaioe, B?ruice Agnew, Frances Killiati, India Killiau, Mary Goodwin, Marion Tboiuason, Gold LiRllt. First...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 April 1908

t 1 w . Hi RECEIVED TODAY ^ ^ AlA ^ EITHAQgPIHARY pi llf I I11C ~n nl'iR ?*#*** 88 is " II i l| i ri w ii ml rugs. velvet, bru8dfdffptinn i lv ul i 13 ^ ^ hells and orex ruq8 PERrtCTION w w lace curtains, table n^;.naL:Uc""o".L"No8^ h,"J (SLon&ohbalcb l^lHl 1lft ^GTouember 16 J903 * j0j]n^0n ~ j , ^ jerrv [3 i JtttMlknb S" ?*+*?**** S" ; ;< . " .' . ,_f 8tea?lfn?t ami Blltrttc H1IOKS. VOLUME 42. * SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1908. NUMBER 49 ??Ml ' NATIONAL AFFAIRS. V An Interesting Budget of News From The Nation's Capital. * <From ourregular correspondent.) Washington, D. C., April 23. The present Congress will go down in history as a standpat. a donothlng body at war with the chief Executive. The Republican leaders have plainly told President Roosevelt, through their envoy, Congressman Watson, Just what legislation .will be put inrouRii ociore me session ciiuit. .Some kind of currency legislation. Prohibiting child labor in the District or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 April 1908

2 1 mil v minrni/ I A UAILI I ItAUCHI. The TricklneHa of the Ladien. VVh^t? Shall exposures 8top at politics and finance? Are ul." --f A?.~ -'i %uv Oliutuvo Ul I lit; t'llIl'N tilt' only shames? Is the sign of the dollar the only wicked portent? Not so?a thousand times not ho ! If we are to have exposures let un expose all. Let no guilty one escape. I. Scene: A private residence. Time: The present. Chinese lanterns sway from ribbons of smilax and the parlor is full of company. An affected young person seats herself at the piano and begins to play "The Voice That Breathed " A Pale Male totters forward with a lady on his arm. She nrnArH n loner voll !"" ? -- - ~ *v... ivtim B?vvvo and a long train, and she la on the arm of her long suit. And as they slowly advance # Implacable at Fate, unto the Pale Male's doom, let us shut our eyes and think a thought or two. Three months ago and these two were strangers. If you had taken the lady into a corner and whispered "John Jones" into her car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 April 1908

I If" u R N I T U| R E JUST IN TIME. Some Salem People 31 ay Wait Till It's Too I-nte. Don't wait until too late. Be sure and be in time. Just in time with kidney ills Means euriup: the bark Before baekachc becomes chronic; Before serious urinary trou-i hies set in. Bonn's Kidney Pills will do this. Here is Salem testimony to prove it: .?. n. DtKlding, Clay street, Salem, Va, says: "About ton years ago, while stooping I was suddenly seized with n pain aeross the small of my back and for some time I was unable to straighten. I was under the care of a physician, and used several remedies, but tiie pain still continued niul I was in constant misery. The kidney secretion finally became disordered, being irregular in action and containing a heavy sediment. My condition was serious when I hoard of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured them at W. T Younger's drug store. They soon disposed of the pain in my back and strengthened the action of my kidneys. I was so gratified with the results that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 April 1908

.... ...... ? 4 talent iimes-geg PUBLISHED KV KHT THUKS Salem Printing ^Pub C. D. DKNIT, Rdito W. W. MoCLUNU. I Subscripti PI One Year, N?ne Mouthr, Six Mouth", ..... Three Mouth", ..... PHONI NO GOOD REASON FOR IT. There Is 110 Rood reason why there should he any talk of panic or hard times in Salem or Roanoke county, however much other sections may be suffering; from those conditions. In Salem all our industrial establishments are running; on full time, the people generally are busily employed at good wagpn, and money seems easily obtainable for all business needs from progressive and prosperous banks. Conditions throughout the county are equally as favorable. The farmers get most remunerative prices for all products; real estate has not depreciated in val1 ue, and all sales show an upward tendency. The fruit prospects are most encouraging, which means, if conditions continue favorable, many, many thousands of dollars in sight for the growers. Altogether we are a fortunate people,...

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