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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1910

L Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISH ED EVERY THURSDAY. I RENTS GETTIN^CHEAPKH L If you do not believe this, cousult our list of desirable property in I all parts of the town. | We are certain to have | something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. Let Us Be Your Grocers! We are bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become a regular customer at our store. We cater eutirely to your wants and are daily making our store more and more so. Headquarters for all kinds of Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Evftrv nnlpr rpppivoo nrntnnf nn/1 J v?w. vw* * VJJ |/I UUI^JU aiiVi careful attention. TItY US. Bowman & Tyree KoKo*o?eoato?eoatoato?2oitoiioatoato 1 OUR SO DA | ? FOUNTAIN I O NERVES THE COOLEST AND ? IP MOST REFRESH INO SODA, O 2 MADE FROM THE PUREST AND * O MOST WHOLESOME MATERL ? IP ALS. O 5 ===== 5 6 PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY ? O DRINKS TO PLEASBRY THEIR NOVELTY ? OUR ICE CREAM 18 NOTED FOR ITS ? ? SMOOTH RICHNESS AN...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1910

^ NOTABLES MADE ~ W Lift MEMBERS itoosevelt iiixl Others Honored by World's Sunday School B Convention. NT President Taft, Mrs. Taft, Col. I Th odore Uooscvelt, King Dcorgo B of England, President Diaz, of J Mexico, and Wm. Jennings Ilryan wet? made Ufo members of the < H Worlds Sunday School Assoeia- J ? tion in the convention in WashBV iugton last Week amid scenes of ' HR great enthusiasm. For each of 1 B those so honored $1,000" had to | B be subscribed and in the case of ' B Col. Koosevelt the chairman of H >1. ? riivti wiXiiin bv oomiVar dc H mand Mimited subscriptions to one dollar. H A delegate from Canada start ed the enthusiasm. "I Nominate Vv'm. Howard Taft for life niem bershlp and Canada pledges one hundred dollars towards it," he shouted. A roar of approval I went up. The remaining $900 i was subscribed in a flash. Mrs. I Taft's name was then proposed | and her $1,000 initiation fee I promptly made up. H A delegate from South CaroI lina proposal Ki...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1910

i A VERY ELOQUENT f MEMORIAL SPEECH ^Continued from i>ago 12) homes; violators of nu> law L known to tho constitution, guilW ty of no crime, ho was as much [ a violator of law and as red| handed a murderer as was John I IXi^ivvn A nnl vlntr 4li,o vnl<? of I cd upon our "banner in every pitched battle of the war where B the odds were not o ver whelm ingly against us. And now, with the lapse of four years of carnage 4ja,d desolation, the very foundation of nature 'ails, And mustered in their simple dross, For wrongs to seek a strong redress, Go right those wrongs, come weal, come woe, To perish?or o'ereomo the foe." "These are our jewels," said the Spartan mothers of the long ago, in presenting their sons to their country's service and giving to each- his shield with their parting blessing "with or on "* it," sent them forth in the defense of their homes. The same spirit that prompted these ancient matrons to place thcLr all upon the altar of their cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1910

H^ntRY ELOQUENT K MEMORISE SPEECH (Continued from page 7) I tr.v ?lL\s, sliall find an honored 1 H ^raye. in peftoo <>r in war. wear worthily the mantle of southern manhood?the most precious Irgacy we can bequeath you. We have our record in your keeplug; guard it as you would vour (ov u spotless honor; suffer nol- ( thur falsehood or injustice to as- , perse our memory, and perish the infamous, foul charge that they who for Dixie died were ei- ' ther rebels or traitors. There is more sweet music in ; the one word woman than Orpheus ever piped' on his tender flute to his loved and lost Eurydiee, and I can offer her no greater, higher honor than to say she is the magic key that unlocks the golden gates of the | New Jerusalem that erring man may therein enter and bathe his weary soul in seas of Heavenly rest, and not a wave of trouble roll across his peaceful breast." According to Yankee parlance, 1 am an unreconstructed rebel; | a term that distinguishes me from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1910

r I c m I Johnston, Day & Terry Go's. men and boys ^5 H , * . _ AT WHOLESALE COST, STRICTLY *3 It 'They have a FRESH SUPPLY? 11^ m i i j 1 * v!|| ail kinds, and can save you money. W i W A ' ^Hr" I This should appeal to any one m Also Northern-grown Seed Potatoes, vSOn^OUOCltCU IrlfB || nl I ''IJTTn VltfTYY K^v ift [dAO x who wants a STRAW HAT for I p?m ft Ro8<s Kar,y lrisb L IIL L LIIl L ^lot,enUHJ*?<>, woj * tw, season. . f I 8i,iVonleU0 aBd YPH0NB NO. u] ^ 4 T?IJ CO. > A| ^ ^ Agents Tor W. L. Douglas ami Jlilt rite Shoes \ <*^| I VOLUME -15. SALEM, VIRGINIA^ THURSDAY, JUNE 2, I<> 10. ~ ntmddVT 1 SALEM PUBLIC . SCHOOLS CLOSE - I Commencement Exercises In- ,.\ teres! ing?List of Honor# & and Promotions. P S The session of the Salem v: # Grail.'I ami lliglt Schools closed t: with the commencement exer- L' ctses. which were hold last night and the night previous in ti th? Tabernacle o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1910

? WITH COMMITTEE? j^L w/ Braudeis Delivers a Caustic Ar- N K raiguuient of the Secretary H of tlie Interior. J c B The Ballingor-Plnchot invest!- 8 gntiou lias couio to a dose after c, Hf many weary weeks, aa<l the Sen- ,, ate Investigating Committee has | H adjourned until Saturday, June () 11, when it is thought their i mf opinion wiLl be read3'. Those of (| B M UUl i IXIllV'l ? \YIIU ? Ul i; UUU UIV IU J] Bl follow the investigation through a ^9 all of its details can get a pret9b tv good idea of it from the (j ^b summing up of the .lawyers, j B whieh here follows: e V It is ger' rally believed there ? m wilil he two verdicts, one exon- r\ r crating and one censuring Mr. j r Bal linger, the latter signed by t the Democratic members and \ r Representative Madison, of Kan' RQ8, the one insurgent on the i committee. Minority mcmhers r , hope Mr. Madise.* will prepare | an opinion which they can indorse and sign. I. I THREE LAWYERS ARGUE. ? The closing scenes and incl- ^ d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1910

; W C. T. U. COLUMNT ? c orriCEKM SALKM W. C, T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C.W.Price. Mrs. M. B. Uerry. Mrs. J. E. Shank. Mrs. E. K Moore, M rs. II. T. Seuionos. Uecordlng Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. Goorgo 8. Stevens. Niiperluteudent* of Department*. Literature.?Mrs. Chus. Corbltt. Bvangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenchaln. " Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Semones. w Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens, tl Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. CMoverb, Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penu. ^ Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. ai Sclentltic Tcmpenmce Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. tu Florenco Crittenton Home?Mrs. K. K. Moore. A. Social Moetlngs and Hod Letter Dav.?Miss Maggie Whltesoll. ?" Deoaa \leD \l II O . [Tub Times-Rkgtstkr and Skntinel. at x their request, has placed a column at the disposal or the earnest and faithful women of the IV. C. T. Union, who will have the entire o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1910

PSicm iimes Wr PUULieHKI) BVBKY THUKS1 Salem Printings Pub ^ f. B. Wai.tkhs, Bimtou 1 f Subscripts Oue Year , Niue Mouths, ^ Six Monthp, Three Mouths, .... ' PHONE rShame On B. & 0.! t The city council oT Baltimore may put on the market the $1,000.000 worth of stock that BalI tluiore as a municipality owns in the I3a.lt 111101*0 Ohio's Valley 1 1. TJ. I- +1.(1 + 4 1i'.a UlaUUil. 11 P UOVHUaivu t"io stock will bring something liko $400,000. It is directly the fault of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad that this stock today is not worth ohove par. It is the fault of the B &t O, that its Valley branch Is not today one of its best paying lines. The most urgent appeals have been made to this great railroad by the people of Virginia and. by the Baltimore city, council looking to the completion of the line from Staunton on down tlie valley to Salem. The advantages to the railroad and to the city of Baltimore from the completion of this line have been shown f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel, i PUBLISHED BVBKY THUHSDAY. RENTS GETTING CHEAPER ^ ???? If you do not believe this, consult our list of * desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have .?* something to suit you. 1 % t * E. R. MOORE' Sergeant's Offloe, College Aye. j SALEM, VA. ] Let Us Be Your J Grocers! ' d We are bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become t a regular customer at our store. 1 We cater eutirely to your wants j and are daily making our store more and more so. V Headquarters for c all kinds of Groceries J Fruits and Vegetables Every order receives prompt and * careful attention. TRY US. ^ Bowman & Tyree C fto*osio?eotioaioato?toi?oito?to?toato t s OUR SO DA| \ ? FOUNTAIN I K o v . o SERVES THE COOLEST AND j| . K MOST REFRESHING SODA, O g MADE FROM THE FITRESTAND * I 0 MOST WHOLESOME HATERK- ^ 1 tf AES. O i. 1 ===== f it, PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY ? *f OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1910

^TUFT'S SECRE W TARV RESIGNS HB PreNUIcnt Makes 1?, W. Carpet)** ^H| ter Minister to Morocco HH Fred W. Carpenter, private eecretary to tho President, has resigned his position to accept the H^P appointment of Minister to Mo H rocco. The decision must have been sudden, for tlicro was no intimation of his intention to rclinquish tile secretaryship until ^^P tile formal announcement was made at the White House. ImHH mediately afterward the noinination of Mr. Carpenter for Min^^P ister was forwarded to the Senate. JP While the stated reason fur H nished in formal White House ^P bulletin is that Mr. Carpenter is resigning "on account of his health," the belief is prevalent toniglit tiiat tliere were other motives. Tlie real reason for the change appears to be a series of V unfortunate occurrences in t'on nection with executive matters, which rendered it advisable for D the President to secure a new private secretary. W Through inadvertences several I nominations have been sent to I the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1910

^WASHIN^^ TON LETTE Iuiereitiug Account ot Matte tfngagiiig the Attention of the Nation's Capital. i* (Vroiu our regular uorrwsooudont.) Washington, D. C., May 28, 191 The Lower House of Congre was this week the scene of t ugly episode brought about I ^ , an effort of the Republicans u der tho Leadei"ship of Mr. Ta\ ney, to secure a deficiency a propriatlon for President Tafl travelling expenses. Sou Southern Democrats opposed tl appropriation, when Mr. Tawm 1 came back at them with tl taunt that they had invited tl President to their states, a cento.! his hospitality, ridden c !of Washington in the auuienc There appeared to ho no or 'j present at that time to speo for the capital of the Unite States, hut Senator Gal linger c the same clay introduced in tl Senate a resolution authorizii the holding of the Exposition j the national capital. Ilis res* iution was identical with the of Representative AJbore in tl House, recommending Washini ton as the proper locale for tl celebration of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1910

SCHOOLS CLOSE (Continued front Da-ge 1.) First Grammar B?Samuel Butlir, Claude Brown, Ilex Frolic, Hairy Crotts, Wallace Hurt, |^BB Mcrritt lottos, Calvin Kuder, j^HB 111-hard Roberts, Samuel Terrill. Clara Armstrong, Mary 11. Clark, May Dogan, Llllle Folio's, Irene Goodwin, lluth Hoskins, lMeasio Ha' ?, lluth llartnian, Blanch Kern, Willis Logan, Flsie Lane, W^B^a Lucy MciUor, Doshia L>nttcrson, I^H| Grace Stevens, llosalic Stevens. Mattle Stover. Clara Walker, ^ R flattie Young. Front Fourth Primary B to Fourth 1 hi ma ry A?Morris Atkinson, Walton Bowles, Howard Bryant, F. .1. Chapman, L>ercy Cassell, Harry Durnall, Char ir Dogan, Carl Denton, Dennett? IdOiiCS, Howaitl IVlKlor, IM'IlPKt I lvnlpie, Karl Kes'er, Cecil Mot- j gan, Ira Mckols, Leonard sigmon, Charlie Webber, Harvey Woods, Edward Wordien, Teniilo James, Gladys Kernel', LiiUie Mora n, Annie {Martin, Bessie Nichols, Estelle Suddarth, Mamie Stevens. From Third Primary A to Fourth Primary IV?Kent Echo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1910

ICARB1 SEED .jMMBWaWBBWMWMBBMI I' iB II ?IN THE BULK AT? Johnston, Day & Terry Co's. They have a FKESH SUPPLY? ' all kinds, and can save you money. Also Northern-grown Seed Potatoes, ?Early Rose, Early Ohio, Irish Cobbler. Silver Skin and Yellow Danver Onion Sets. PlIONE NO. 24. VOLUME 45. UNVEILING GREAT SUCCESS Prncriim r:irri<>il Om YViflwm*. -HUH)* ?onsMibateb sentinel Ifilauembev J0, i903 $ SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910. IT. , i a Hitch?Large Crowd Present. Everything conspired to make of the unveiling exercises in Salem last Friday a great success. All plans had been perfectly laid and were executed without a hitch. The day was perfect?except for a little wind ?and early In tho morning visitors began to arrive from the county, and by the time for the exercises to begin the crowd numbered at least five thoueo nd. Ex-Governor Svvanson, the orator of the day arrived about eleven o'clock, and was tendered a reception by the {Southern Cro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1910

SPRINGS BLOT | ON NATION'S MAP H Uncle Sam is Wrestling Witli H tlie Problem of Cleaning it Up. There is one municipality that is causing Uncle Sam almost as H much thought and care as it Hj takes to govern the rest of the republic. J The Department of the Inte rior is practically "sitting up I - nights" to wrestle with the I problem. Hot Springs, Ark., is the misI chiefmaker. V Chief Clerk Ucker, of the De[ partment of the Interior, recently made personal inspection of xr?t. a : ~ *i... un i i J3.uii tuc V^UHBUUU ui America." At Hot Springs is to be found healing almost as efficacious as Ponce de Leon's fabled "fountain of youth," and there is also to be found the paradise of gamblers; a land with plenty for the | never-interrupted saloonkeeper, and a fertile field for quack doctors, fakers, and a horde of sharpers who prey upon the weaknesses of humanity. SOREST SPOT IN NATION. T ? . i tt A- n i_ _ i_ in snort, noi springs, wnicn, if rightly conducted and governed, should be a ble...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1910

rw.c. T. IL COLUMN orriCEHs w. v. t. v. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vtoe-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W.Price.Mrs. M. E. Berry, Mrs. J. E. Shank. Mrs. K. H Moore. Mrs. U. T. Semones. ttec#>rfllng Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. F.. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. Nuperlutentleufn of Departments, literature.?Mrs. Clias. Corbltt. Evangelism am! Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenchalu. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work ainoug Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. ITSCienunc irmpormn.-u msu ui-uuns ? mish Fannie Folks. FlorenceCrittenton Home?Mrs. K. K. Moore. Social Meet In irs and lted Letter Day.?Miss Matrijie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. H. Day. [Tub Times-Ueoistkk and Hbntinei.. at their request, has placed n column at the disposal of the curnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire oharice of It, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1910

I'UBLISHKI) EVERY TIIUK81 mf' Salem Printings Pub Vj ?. 11. WAI.T1CK8, BltlTOK J B Subscripti Ouo Year, ? . . Nine Mouths, Six Mouths, ..... Three Months, .... B PHONI ? B Cheer up! July 4th will soon be here and then, perhaps, we will B hear no more of the Jeffries-Johnson I fight. Washington papers are very much B exercised over the fact that police I records show that last year one perW sou was arrested for every ten of pop illation in the city. Perhaps the I excess is explained by the arrest of I Southern visitors who decline to humble themselves to the WashingI ton-trained negroes. P "We have enough to do to run our f government at Washington without going into the business of mining coal or developing water power," said President Taftin a recent speech on conservation. But that is no reason why we should employ a Ballinger to turu these natural resources oyer to Morgan and the Guggenheims. On Monday, in a town not more than a thousand miles from the Falls of the James River, t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1910

r?= I PUBLISHED KVEKY THU11SDAY. RENTS GETTWS CHEAPER r . If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. ! We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Oflice, College Aye. SAI.EM. VA. Let Us Be Your Grocers! We are bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become a regular customer at our store. We cater entirely to your wants and are daily making our store more and more sc. * Headquarters for all kinds of Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Every order receives prompt and careful attention. TRY US. Bowman & Tyree fCoaioftoacotioatoitoiioatiosioieoatoato | OUR SO DA I f FOUNTAIN? o nkrvks the coolest and ? V MONT REFRHHIIINO SODA, O 2 MADE FROM THE PUREST AND * O 'MOST W1IOI.ESOME MATERI* <j| H A I ,S O o M tC ???????????? o ? PLENTY OF CRU8HF.D FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKSTO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY j? * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O ? SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITS MERI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1910

W GREAT SUCCESS {Continued from pftgo 1) H Forks. ATtiM* this the company I was virtually dee Luxated, the B ronuiant being captured by fl Custer's Cavalry, near Farin| vllU\ V?., during the retreat of L.eeV \rniy from Petersburg. I THE ROANOKK GUARDS I This company was originally I organized at Salem, Vn., in July I 1-SC1, and was then known as I Roanoke Guards, being soon thereafter mustere 1 in the sor vice of the Confederate States of I Ann ilea as company *'K" 54tli, B Regiment Virginia Volunteer TnI fantry, and served during the. on|f tire four years of the war in the \\r^r rn ;n in v, p;u iu-ip<> uug in tho battles of llarro dsburg, K.v., Richmond, Ky.. Cliickamnuga, Knoxvilie, Tonn.. Missionary fddge, Tonn., tho campaign from Dalton, Ga. to Atlanta, ami near Franklin Tonn., besides numerous smaller engagements ami skirmishes; surrendering at tho close of hostilities about thirty men out of a total enlistment of one hundred and thirty all told. The compa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1910

[COL WILLIAM WATTS (By Lucia n II. Cocke.X (The following interesting historical article is one of those which was prepared In oonr.ee' tion with the o]Kvning of tile new courthouse on April 1st, and is just now submitted for publication.?Ed.) Mo appreciative or adequate sketch of the life and character of Colonel William Watts can be written without sonic allusion to the long line of distinguished ancestry of which he was the lineal and a worthy descendent. OX English origin, his people had taken part in the early settlement and struggles which resulted ii the building up of Great Ri?| f o in'o rviwu/locsf n ?il IJL/I iWi4iu& K7 ifaivu-UJtOW auvc 1I1UM OUO" cessful colony in America. When troubles arose which made it necessary for Virginians to assert their inherent rights, his ancestors iwere not lacking in that courage and patriotism which made them ready to sacrifice ail in defense of unjust aggression. Ildis great uncle, John Watts, was a colonel in the Continental ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1910

BWmleclions Of W AN OLD SOLDIER 9 incidents Occuritngtii Coiinmny C, 2Htli Vlrjjlnia It ouimeiit, During the Civil War. While our regiment was staH|V tl?md along Warwick river in j K* May, 1802, the year for wbfoli our reghneut ivail enlisted expirid, "they were called upon to re-enlist, not for one year, l>nt for the war. Strange as it may Bf appear, Company C, without a dissenting vote, all re-enlisted, j j^B hikI re-elected tno oui company bificere. i belie ve the othvu ^B oom^aniw of the regiment did the same. The company officers wi re then called upon to elect a colonel, lieutenant-colonel and ?. major. Company (J ami perha pa one or two other com pa nB^ les voted to retain Col. Robert B iS. Preston, who was always at B the head of tlio regiment wheth-j er marching or in battle, but he V was defeated by Lieut.-Colonel I. Allen. Lieut.-Col. iWjm. Watts was re-^tooted lieut .-colone'. l W do not remyinber who was electI ed major. There were. several f mud dams across ...

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