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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 July 1910

r I Royal Patent V Fruit Jars | ^ WR HAVE ALSO MASONS FRUIT JARS AND JELLY GLASSES Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'l'FIONE 24 ?on$olibateb '12STot>cmber 10, 1903 < SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1910. I " : ~ ' J. VOLUME 45. WmM TO VETERANS. Rival Double Tent Shows Rewilder the Old-Time Republicans. Most amazing to o il politicians, and tth<e subject of much comment, is the spectacle of the double-tent political show in the Republican party with rival ringmasters at Beverly ami Oyster Bay They cannot reeab any similar situation in the history of either the Republican or the Democratic party. President Taft is the titular heao cf the Republican oartv. Co1. Theodore Uoosevelt. apparency ignoring that fact, holds political levees, makes appointments with politicians from all sections, gives stated audiences to the press ami issues pronun< iatrientos. Ami.today he anounces two political trips, a veritable Presidential swing around ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 July 1910

^FIN FOREIGN FRUITS America Imported $;M>,000,OOO Worth the l'ast Year? Bananas the Biggest Item. ^^^B Fruits njud nuts valued at over ^B^M $1.">8.000,000 have passed thru the ports of the United States WB during the hist 10 years. OX HBp this a mount $285,000,000 repre-. scnts the value oT imports from I fortigu lands ami $150,000,000 fl exports to foreign lands and ?(12,000,000 receipts from non-contiguous terB^ ritories of the United States bcB sides shipments to tliose terriB toriee aggregating $5,000,000 During the fiscal year which I ended June 30 last, the value of I the fruits and nuts imported inI to or exported from the United States was over $(55,000,000. I Two-thirds, $ao,ooo,ooo repre-1 f sonted imports. Out domestic production is rapidily supplanting certain classes of fruit formerly imported in large quantities. This is especially true of raisins, prunes and oranges. But local production is still unable to moot homo consumption in bananas, figs. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 July 1910

w w7c.17ucolumn orFicxitM s ti.cx w. c. t. v. President.?Mrs. Mlinah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. K. Berry, Mrs. J. E. Shank. Mrs. E. H Moore, Mrs. U. T. Semones. i Kecordlnir Secretary.?Mrs. U. F. Mayor. Corresponding Secretary.?Mre. J. K. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. (Jeorge S. Stevens. Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corhltt. Kvanitollsin ami Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. -* Obencbaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. IJ. T. Scuiones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. 0. F. MoyerSunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance -Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Home?Mrs. K. it. Moore. Social Meetings and Hed Letter Day.?Miss Ma^ie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. H. Day. White ribboners arid other readers of this column will ro4 member tlie request from Kcv. B. A. Loving, of Woodward, Oklahoma, some months ago for pa ptM'S XO 'LH1 SCIH. l(? ttUHl rCbSO? which lie furnished of f ami lien in O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 July 1910

rlfalem PUIlLltfHBD BVBKY TliUHS Salem Printings Pub k. h. Wai.tkks, Editor Subscripti One Year, Nine Mouths, . .' 8ix Months Three Months, .... PHONI mm \ Cape Charles fanner Is waid M to have plowed up a forune while B v working: his farm recently. That W is what ail Southwest Virginia I farmers are doing. 1 Did anybody suppose that after I all lite hot air he lias stood in Congress, that a little Kansas ? heat wave could knock Speaker I Cannon out? That New York sportsman who. when critically i1, insisted that he was going to Chicago, must have fully realized the enormity of his sins. It is repotted that Chicago is to pet the first postal savings bank it j. a safe bet that it wit' b" only a few years until Chicago. New York and a lew oT the other larger cities will get ah the deposits of these banks. The Outlook" has been debaried from a Kansas town because of an article by Theodore Roosevelt regarding the lteno prize fight. Doesn't it look like the sago of Sagamore Hill was head...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 July 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. RENTS tiETTlNIi CHEAPER If you do not believe Ihifl. onnanlf nm- liof nf desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit. you. A / E. R. MOORE Berg^iut's Office, College Ave. SALEM, VA. itoatoitoitosioagoatoiiovioiioitoitoito o ?f tc wr w*. "r-w m. ~ ? UtK SU IIA * ? FOUNTAIN s O SERVES THE COOLEST AND ? IP HOST REFRESHING SODA, O 2 HADE FROM THE PUREST AND * O MOST WHOLF.KOME MATERI. ? IP ALS. O o === g ? PLENTY" OK CKUSIIED FRUITS FANCY * * DRINKSTO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY ? * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? ? SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITS MERITS. M O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO ? AP DRINKS ARE THE BEST. WE SERVE O O TnEM JUST TO SUIT Y"OUR TASTE. * O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE jf ? CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O ? CHOICEST LINK OF FANCY FRUITS. ? g PAUL STAMUS CO. 5 ? SALKM, VA, * DitO^O'AOitOiSOStOjtOiiOJtO^tOJlOMOji ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM VIRGINIA 58th year begins Sept. 14...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 July 1910

rFor Our ELLISTON LETTER. Mr*. .1. II. Northeross is vnntinjx his family in the oast oiut. The .vear oM ehihl of M r. John Stewart died last Thursday. Mrs tJ. Allen who was taken to tiu? Martha Jefferson hos , , pita ;?t Charlottesville, Vn., L . i last week Is reported to bo * a serious ?onditk>n. Coition Moses is at his homo | at Lafayette very much ini <i isposed. Merle, the little daughter * oT Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Gardner continues very sick. John VVeddle is convalescing after a three weeks spell of fever. The little daughter oT Mr. (Jhas. Beck was painfully injured by falling on a stick which penetrated her jaw. Mrs. E. D. Carter has returned to her home at Lafayette after ' a months visit at Spray, N. C Mrs. Lillian Crawford, of Pulaski is visiting her parents at Lafayette. J Mr. Cecil Scott of Salem is visiting his aunt Mrs. Butt at Lafayette Mr Gordon Futjuia has. return od to his home in Bristol oTtcr spending several days at tiie Gordon home. .1. S. C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 July 1910

For (Mr Profitable Slieep Raising. Now, what ore some of the essentials of successful sheep ^ husbandry in tlie {South , 1 A pure-bred male. v.?oo,l eaiv and. protection from dampness during the win- ' tor, especially at lambing time. 3. A cluiage of pasture at * least every two years. ' 4. Treatment of the lambs that are kept to improve the < .(lock for stomach worms and i other parasites. I 5. Grazing crops for winter tand early spring.. For winter grazing, rape and f barley are probably best on rich Land. Oats and vetch and rye may also bo used. For spring grazing, rape, oats and vetch, rye, crimson clover, bar clover, and such other crops as may be especially adapted to the soil, climate and other con- ' d it ions of the farm. When silage is available it is . also a chenD source of winter 1 fc<xl. The sheep is an animal partic- { ularly adapted to the sir all farm We do not advocate large flocks 1 for the South, but every farm should support a flock of from...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 July 1910

BPt&ENT upset v knox's policy. Let Zelayu Escape at Diu/^lltequest, Keport Says. ,i Tli? responsibility Tor the failurc of the plans of Secr etary of Mete Krtox in Nicaragua is said Kr' , is iiu" to President Taft himself. W^B The i resident at the last minute. JV at tb? request of ITesident Diaz. of Mexico. upset all of Mr. lvnox'a eare'u ly made arrangements rami isuceeeded in placing. the United States Government in nil -< unfortunate situation. ^ Mr. Knox, it is said, started out with tlir determination to prevent Zo'.aya from leaving' the country and forcing his punishment for the various crimes com minei uniKM' Mvarupuiin mw*. I I le was, it is said. prepared to r deal with the situation in a firm way to uphold/ the dignity of tiiis- Government anil/ increase its prestige aiul standing in the South American republics. The United States battleships that were sent to Nicaragua carried orders that Zclaya was* .under no circumstances to be permitted to leave...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1910

BEST ON EARTH jr Royal Patent Fruit Jars WE HAVE AL80 MASON'S FRUIT JARS } AND JELLY GLASSES Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'PHONE 24 VOLUME 45. , S a I c m ? i t\\ C6?IVfaiftter ^HUHD* /^ v j?"r :( (Sonsolibaieb ^ ^Toocmber 10, 1903 f y . 1^ (V. S* " - ' . %i i- = SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1910. . V. SALEM PLEASES THE MERCHANTS \ Delegates to Recent Merchants' Convention Loud in Praise oi City ol* Peace. Richmond Virginian: Richmond delegates to the annual convention of the Retail Merchants' AswxvVition of Jy.irginia, wluich met at Salem Wednesday and Thursday, returned home Saturday morning, pronouncing the convention one ol the most succesful they have yet attended. Not one of the sixteen delegates regretted having made the trip, and without exception they voicced praise for the people of Salem and Roanoke for entertaining them in fitting style. Wednesday night the convention dele-gates cnoyed a banquet. at which ir?0 pec pie were seated. Thursday afternoon they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1910

^NO POSSIBILITY f OF TROUBLE' Mm Japan and United States Oil -< Too Friendly Terms. "Unluipplly forces ft)r evil, for unknown but sinister purposes, |H constantly are endea voring by false reports Or other methods to ereate conditions oT ill will or ^B distrust between two nelgbibor* H lug peoples. Their velations aro H too firmly establish^! and their H Interests too dishinct to admit of the possibility of any ' iques^ tion arising between .Japan and jr tlie United States which will V not yeiUl rea<liiy to the process | of diplomacy. The increased [ and more Intimate exchanges of various \ lews between the two governments dispel all apprehensions on that score." This forceful utterance was made by Foreign Minister Count Koinura in toasting J. M. Dickinson, the American secretary of war, at a banquet igiven !by Count Koinura in his honor last week. ' j A BRILLIANT AFFAIR The dinner was a brilliant affair. Eighty persons attended including Marquis Katsura, the J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1910

pr? i W. C. T. U. COLUMN I orFirfiKNNALEn w.c. r. v. Br President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. H Vice-Presidents.?Mr<. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. E. B Borry. Mrs. J. K. Shank. Mrs. E. 11 Moore. Mrs. B. T. Semones. F Kecordlnjr Secretary.?Mrs. (J. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. F Treasurer.?Mrs. George s. Stevens. Nn|>erluteu?leutw of I>e|?artmctitn. "Literature.?Mrs. Cltas. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. f x Obenchaln. I Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. | Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work anions Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (J. F. r " Mover. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. FlorenceCrittenton Home?Mrs. K. K. Moore. Social Meetimrs and lied Letter Day.?Miss Maprxie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. H. Day. __ [Tub Timks-Keoistkk and Skntinki,, at tlielr request, has placed a column at the dls, .posal of the earnest and faithful wom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1910

;tuuc^fcq <v3 pcdl18hbd kvkity thuhs ^F Salem Printings Pub f. 11. wai.tkks, kimtok Subscripti ^9 One Year, 99 Nine Months Six Months, ^9 Three Months, .... J PHONI . _____ - V A Crime ill Nihilistic Style. Hf That was a peculiarly atrocious H crime in the neighboring county of W Henry last Sunday evening, when W ex-Mayor A. II. Boueman, of liidgeI way, was assassinated as he lay asleep I on his lawn in the center of that I town. The dastardly assassin used p as his death-dealing instrument a stick of blasting powder to which a i miuer's fuse and cap had been attached. The method used savors strongly of those employed by the Nihilists of Russia and other benighted countries, and seems out of keeping with the established theory that the crime was committed by a negro. And yet, since it is known that he did not have an enemy, unless it was among a few negroes, this is undoubtedly the case. Rewards i i _? 1 aggregating $i,ouu nave ueen onerou for the capture of the assassin,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHKD EVERY TIIU1CSDAY. RENTS GETTING CHEAPER ??? J. If you do uot believe this, consult our list of desirable property in J i* it Hit pans or tne rown. We arc certain to have *o*iiething to suit you. f A. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Ave. SALEM, VA. rororororororororororororo | OUR SO DA | ? FOUNTAIN I O NEKVFS THE COOLEST AND ? * MOST KEFKEKIIKNQ SODA, o 2 MADE FKOIH THE PUREST AND * O MOST WHOLESOME MATERI. > IT AIJ*. O o m X o O PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * If e q i/ninivit iui'IjGASH UY TIIKIKHOVKLTV jg f OUR ICK CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O jj; 8MOOTII RICHNESS AND PURITY? Q O PROVE ITS MERITS. Jg q OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO jg tf DRINKS ARK THE BEST. WE SERVE O O THEM JUST TO 8UIT YOUR TASTE. * O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE jg f CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O y CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. "J v PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 ^ SALKH, VA, * o^oltoViolioiioHoHoHo^o^oJio^oli ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM VIRGINIA 58th year begins Sept. 14. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1910

? Fur (liir FARM AND GARDEN | WORK FOR JULY " I Where cowpc^s amf to be Krow 11 for seed. sowing in July . H is better than early sowing, as Hi [? ants maki1 lass \ine ami more fm seed. 1 hope that all of our ^ readers will determine that they ^ will have seed to sow next seaB I u Hj son ana not be deterred u.v high ; B prices. ' j ^ m Crimson clover seed liave rea- ** ehrd the highest prieP they have 1 I ever so I tit, an 1 L think, that ,the ! m chances are that they won't be a I tis nigh at seeding as now. Here I the price is now $10 \a bushel r for the home prown seed. With [ this price there will be large Im- 1 porta t Lous from Europe, and I ! believe that before September ^ there wi l bo ti drop in the price. . Hence. I would not advise the <>( buying of the seed now, for they CI cannot go higher. v But <lo not fail to sow the elover because of the high price. ^ Even at $10 a bushel it 5a cheap-1 er than 2?8?2 fertilizer, for a ( crop of crims...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1910

For Om BKADSUAW NEWS. i DriaLshaw, Va. July 25, 1910. Mrs. Virginia Long passed away July 20th aiul was ljuriied the 21st at Halls Church, <le ceaseu nad reached the 07th f mile stone. She had been n inenix ber of the Christian Baptist church for many years. The family have our greatest sympathy. Mr. John Hess, of Roanoke Is visiting at the home of his sister Mrs A. J. Stump. Mrs. Alma Keith, of Roanoke is visiting at the home of her father Mr. G. F. 'Jones. Mr. Jas. A. Moore .had the misfortune to have a cow bitten by a poisonous snake last Saturday nifght. ' Mr. E. T. Moore wold a cow to Dr. SiboUI, of McDonalds Mill this week, we understand that the prt~c paid was fifty dollars. Mr. G. C. llaAu has received the roofing for four school buildings from the Edwards Manufactur tier f1r? i 11 n/?!,*? ?i r* -4 J CI If- ?-sll V/IM, V/IIIVIIIIIUII, V/. Jilt- will ue*? it for our now school house at this place and to put a new too! on the Narrows, Shiloh, and .Masons Cove sellou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1910

r^s ' THE FARMER AND THE BANKER Time was when the farmer lookeil ujH>n xhe banker as liis natural enemy, while in turn the banker backed away suspiciously when the farmer came in humbly to ask for a loan, convinced in his own mind tiiat the Hand, which was tiie borrower's only codatera . was vaaio I Tar too high ami should ho loan ?nionoy upon it as security, inevitably H the time would come when lie V would rind himself with a farm on his hands and no prospect ?.>f W getting rid of it. B .Land was plenty and cheap in V those days, but now with everj r one convinced that if he does not ' grab a piece of land (quickly '' there will be none left to grab, and tlie prompt ballooning of prices in consequence, the farmer lias become the most indepen-4 dent per no n. with whom the 'ban-, kcr lias to deal. HLs credit is good and he knows it ami whereas he was once a poor third to the merchant and manufacturer iti tin race for "aeoomn odati us nowadays tho average banke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 August 1910

pw 1 *iaw 11 H QN^ E^RT^ ^ ^ ^ M ? ?1 1K1 T7>SS Goods, Reduced to 9gc we have also fil ITO At/ All Hot Weather MASON'S FRUIT JARS ^ ^ (iow,ls Greatly Reduced. I ZZZZZi ?onsolibnbb. ^j?tllf ttj? 1 ^?. '?<** SSr~?$2.50 1 FIONE (y I Johnston, Day & Terry Co. flj l / > ? - | Agents for W. I,. Dotyins aiui Uiitr.te Shoes * VOLUME 45. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 4. 1910. r^TVOITATTr I PLENTY OF FINE I VIRGINIA FRlilT M Homo of the Famous Albemarle nud liaek Creek Pippin B ICcp ?rts B iUchmoiul, July 27.?There is B probab y mo one who keeps any B closer in touch with the apple B condfiltious than C. E. Snydor, of B 11 i?icityf< 'Hie lis nod only a B lia.ndi.er of Virginia apples, but is R interested in theiir production. Hj He Itals done very much to make m Albemarle Pippins famous. When H asked in regard to the apple con diition at this time, Mr. Snydor H ifjafcd :v "Wo t>aid in tiie spring that the crop was a very h...

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

HKnswseed W FOR RESTOCKING Government Doing Great Work iu National Forests. Washington, D. C., July?The U. fc>. Department of Agriculture Is using this year on the, Nation al Forests over ten tons of tree ^HB seed. Most of this seed lias al H . ready been planted or sown. The rest wi.ll be uti lized later in tlie season, as favorable eon|HB ditions are presented. It takes a great many tree seeds to make ten tons. Jack . pine, the most important tree IV for planting in the Nebraska IB sand hills b.v tin* Forest Serviee, ra will average something like 1125,000 to a pound. Of Western V yellow pine* the tree most exW tensively planted throughout the National Forests as a whole, B 1D,000 seed will make a pound. | Altogether the ten tons of seed I to be used tliis year represent I perhaps "100 million single seeds. I if every seed could be depended on to produce a young tree suitable for planting, the (result would be a supply of nursery stock sufficient to plant 000,000acres o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 August 1910

I W. C. 1.1). COLUMN ori'K KKSSlMHI W. C. V. r'V I Presldont.?Mrs. Mtmuh Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C.W. Price. Mrs. M. K Horry, Mrs. J. R. 8lmnk. Mrs. 15, R Moore Mrs. H. T. Semoiios. Recording Soeretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Jf * Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. Superintendent* of l>ep?rtiuents. literature.?Mrs. Clias. Corbltt. Evangelism ami Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E I Obenchaln. Flower Mission.?ljU*s. B. T. Semones. Medal Contests.-Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F MoverSunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Petin. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Mis Fannie Folks. FlorenceCrittenton Home?Mrs. E. U. Moore Social Moetimrs and Ued Letter Day.?Mis: MaKKio Wbltesoll. Press.? Mrs. M. 11. Dav. [Tiik Timks-Keoistkii and Skntinki,. ?i their request, has placed a column at the dis posal of the earnest and faithful woiuen ol the IV. C. T. Union, who will have the entlrt charge...

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

^HK&ilciu |le PUUbieHKD RVKKY THU Salem Printings Pi ^^ [ U. WAI.tkks, Koit< Subserip One . . . . Mine Mouths . Six Mouths, ..... Three Mouths, .... fl^h phoi Judging! from recent occur renccs in New none ami vmuo, j HP It. also seems to be 'falling t "eome back." It is announced that Mr. Rrya |HV has purchased an alfalfa* UTarir BB Those Nebraska Democrats seer determined to make Mm tak WB to the tall grass. |^B A Luray man is getting news paper space because he saw tw BP moons. Some men have gotte BK thirty days for experiencing th B same. kin<l of optical illusion. B Hurrah' for Virginia 1 A Cor B nell professor lias fouiul ai W "Eiicrangonyx Serratus"?air I light) at Ashland, too. Tha L sounds like (something Andrev | Carnegie would pay a big prio I for to present to European roy P a ;ty. L "Who Is going to furnish th< F Democratic party fwitln para [ mount issues now?" asks tin Philadelphia lb-ess. Jf tin Democrats could but see iit,...

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