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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1910

BI-.ST ON- KAKTIl ^ ^ WE HAVE ALSO -HB?? ^ R MASON'S FRUIT JARS S*^ ' If W an^fe Moe??froS JM AND .IKLLY GLASSES ?onsoltbafeb g^'H^'' /Rf "^Hf iM^ I 'IJTTr. U its lano l-OO a Suit Op I V ^V JobQSton, Day & Terry Co. - JIk % ll> 1^R, io*>embe* 16, 1903 ? I The t*et line of SCHOOL SHOES jj 'Pn("'E 34 ; litem, tyTliitj [o, M * X VOLUME 45. SALEM, V] KGINIA, TH U LiS 1)A Y, SFJ"I'LM H! :Ii^ll. To I (). NUMBER 18 fl I CHAMP CLARK STATES ISSUES He Opens Campaign l>y A<l<lrcs to 31issouri Editors. Preliminary to the opening ( the fall campaign in Missour nearly 200 Democratic editor from all parts of the State at tended a banquet at St. Loui and heard Congressman Cham Clarke outline the issues. lli speech was considered the key note of the forthcoming politic? battle. Mr. Clarke mentioned a the issues the following: "First?A reduction of the tai (iff to a revenue basis. "Second?We would increase ou trade b.v better treaties...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1910

Some of tlio Things 11c Had Not HV TbOBfbt Of He l ore. The nnl-hended freckled-faced Ha hoy dropped nightly on the end of, the ok that extended out oyer the towed |H^^HH his cap baek onto the bank unH wound his fish Hue, batted the hook, spit on the worm for luek, H and started in for a. little tfcne by himself. Pretty quick he got H w* ? bite, but held steady, and when the cork went under the second time brought out ta Xino big HV "sucker," he'd him iit hie hand a little, while in- looked lihn over then snipped him 011 the willow H twig ;he had provided, re-baited H the hook and dropped ill again. iSomc tune elapsed heroine he got I* a not he i*i bite, and our boy fell to I talking to him self, f "That was pretty stiff talk the | Governor give me last night v heii. I got in. Put a feller couldn't resent it; the 4Oid Man' spoke so darned kind with his hand on in.v old red head. 1 wonder why he didn't call me a1 fool and be done w ith it. lie wanted to . mighty bad and told mo I was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1910

ppppppw1" T- WtTf COLUMN; orncKits sai.oi w. c t. i'. S?reslde"t.?Mrs. Mlmali Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Y??-s. C. W. Price.Mrs. M. K. Berry. Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mrs. 15. tt Moore. Mrs. B. T. Semones. Itecordlng Secretary.?Mrs. U. F. Moyer. t 'Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. Kupcrliitcmlcuts of Departments. literature.?Mrs. Chus. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. i Moyer. Sunday School.? Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. Jobn Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss | Fannie Folks. "Florence crlt.tenton Home?Mrs. F,. H. Moore.' Social Meetings and Bed Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whitesell. I Press.?Mrs. M. II. I)av. _ Sulem Union hold its regular! nu'i tiny: Thursday the 22nd. A p'.ensai-t meeting was held and some important routine business trail>:?eterl. Rv the way, Septem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1910

Salem Printing#Pui One Nine Months Six Months, ..... Three Mouths, .... HHf PHON H^^HF Let There Re Liejlit. no (ionin ii nn.v town 111 tne H|HP state with as expensive electric light equipment as Salem has as poor service, especially oil ^BJB the streets. We have 110ticed for some time that on about two or three nights in HH each week College avenue, PennH sylvania avenue, Colorado and ^^B Tennessee streets, the Boulevard, ^^B and othei streets are in total |H darkness, and wo doubt not other sections of the town are in the same condition. H Not only are the citizens ineonHR venienced by this lack of illumin^B ation, but crime is increased, the authorities of the town are ser iously hampered in their efforts to deal effectively with law breakers, and strangers in the community are given a decidedly gP poor opinion of the town as a W progressive community The B electric light plant and equipB mcnt of Salem is valued at $3S,B 152.71 by the last inventory, and B we are glad to say tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1910

^ 4 ^1 ^ Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. toieoitonono?io?io*totionononono | OUR SO DA | ?FOUNTAIN I (- ? NEKVKS THE COO LENT AND ^ ' |f MONT KEFKKNUINO NODA, O g MADE FROM THE PUREST AND * 5 MONT WIIOLKNOME MATERI. * if ALN. O O * at o io PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY .1 5 DIUNKSTO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY ^ 1 if OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS g g SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? ? O PROVE ITS MERITS. J| ? OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO 2 ^ DRINKS ARE THE BEST. WE 8ERVE o o THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. M O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE if CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE TIIE O g CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. -J* 2 PAUL STAMUS CO. 5 g SALEM, VA, M ofcofcoatoJtoVioHoiaoJMofcoiioSiOlioJi ginminiiizzza 0"OUR STORE"! n ? is yours to use. H Come in and meet your friends. || N Leave your small parcels in our carc. N N Use our telephones. H N Come in and rest. M " ' Use the store for your convenience " ?what's here, you put here and ^ N you're welcome to make the store M i your hea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1910

SPURS FOR POULTRYMEN. bmhk I'ropur care (right cart make oven common chicken1 productive, while with IV g<>o 'k proportionate pjaiin ^BV will be made. When you improve the qutuuj of the egg you will be able to ob tain a good pVice for it just at IHIP good butter will coniinand a bet tor \ dozen eggs at IN cents fur nish better and cheaper foot than a. pound of beef at tlie sami # r Cement makes one of the bes floors for the poultry house. F earn easily be washed off and af fords tio hiding place for mitet or Jlce. f Feed the fowls cottonseed mca occasionally. It brightens the eo or of their feathers and U good for the digestion. * Granulated charcoal kept con wtantly before your birds wi'V keep them, in good health. # ? For general farm purposes secure a stork of chickens that is known to hardy, good layers flml tliat will giow fast. * ? Coops sitting on the groun< should be moved every day 01 two or else be cleaned out an< fresh earth sca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1910

SULTAN OF" SULU TO EXPLORE U. S. Expresses Amazement at Wonders of New York After I>ay of Sightseeing. September 24.?Iladji Mohammed Jamulai Kiram II, Sultan of Sulu, titular, head of the Mohammedan faith in the Philippine Islands and pensioner of the United / States arrived in New York reft cently. ^ To meet the Sultan and give him formal welcome t!o the United States was Major Hugh L.. Seott, Fourteenth United States cavalry, formerly governor of the Sulu archipelago. The Oriental Potentate will re-, main in New York several weeks( and will later visit the princl-J pal cities of the United States. Kiram Ilm through the interpreter said that the visit to America was the fulfillment of his most cherished wish and he felt that his most extravagant dreams concerning the United States would fall short of reality. On the question of a plurality) of wives, the Sultan said liej wanted it understood that hej has at the present time just one wife. "1 believe it is best now to hav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1910

il^BP _ _? A ^ ^ l j We TO DEPOS1 | The Savings Dep be open every Saturds J P. M. to 8:30 P. M j Savings Deposits. 1 f . ' I Get one dreds of doll | i J n You can tak !i' ' to your cred Call at 1 i on the peop] I Our soli I G. W. Clark mk System i; I |] I 1 I B^^B K * j HHIH|d I K SHSffft. II M^it^ ... w Salem times-register it Your S. Pay Four Per Cc TORS: | artment will | ly from 6:30 . to receive *\ s of our Home Safes FE lars in a few years by pi< e it to the Bank any tin it on your book. Start ^ ? ? 1 I A the Bank and start your le of Salem and vicinity, ieitors are?P. E. Doyle, :e, J. P. Piche. installed by Bankers Sei A EM LOt iO-a-JLJ. PATRONi; _ i m ^ , ;'jk \ ANI) SENTINEL, TIIllfci.jAY. ? AVINGS Ac< iiit Interest Compoi _ EE YOUR HO LEE by starting an accoi eking up the small amoui le at your convenience, In pour account today. Mak account or start one wii manager; W. D. Hooker, TT* rvice uorporauon, un VN AND EHML VIRG-1 SEPTEMBER 29, 1910, - . . ? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1910

Fruit Jars litnrd ^ Ladies' Sweaters ? =H1RE>? Men's Sweaters WE HAVK ALSO ? ^ RED SWEATERS WHITE SWEATERS , MASON'S FRUIT JARS It. ] 1 k. . - ZZZZZ. ?0?SoHbaUb 1 '903, ?????. M ,p"0NE 24 ^ JoticstoD, Day & Terry Co. VOLUME 45. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAYTQCTOBER 6, 1910, NUMBER 19 PRESIDENT PEERY UPHOLDS OUR VIEW Writes ot' Benefits to l?e I)oriv cd From Location of Woman's College. Last week we made some edi torial comments regarding tin financial benefits the towi would receive from the Jocatioi here of the Marion Female Col lege. In the following lette from President John C. Perry, o that institution, our statement: are not only substantiated, bu the financial advantages an shown to be even greater thai we had estimated them : "Knowing that some of tin towns and cities of Virginia* an tiow offering inducements to Ma rion College which it is hopec v\ ill secure the removal of thh institution to their -midst, ] venture to suggest to these towns some of the ben...

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

"blIHIP' I Tlic Queen City of the South? I Tlio Metropolis Coal Fields?Auction Sale oi* 50 City I the the South. She been styled the metropolis the great Flat which fields have been suppleH^^HV mented by other coal fields loI rated on the Clinch Valley Railroad, and between the Poeahon tas fields and the Ohio River. She is destined to remain the metropolis during the next forty years. The City has been oxI tensively written up by the NorI W folk & Western Railroad Coin-| I pany's advertising department! H and by the Chamber of Commerce! or the City <>T Minefield, all of whom have pamphlets ami copies of speeches to distribute on application to interested parties, therefore, it is not necessary to mention in this column in detail all the advantages to bo secured by a location in BlUefield. The W natural resources and the trans portation facilities in and about) fl Illueflold have caused a rapid I growth in the past, and the pres-( m out population li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1910

W. C. T. II. coiui OFl'ICEKH KALr.31 W. C. T. I'. President.?Mrs. Mltuuta Hobbs Day. VJce-Presidents.?Mrs. C. XV. Price. Mrs. M. I Horry. Mrs. .1. K. Shank. Mrs. K. K Moor* Mrs. B. T. Semones. Kecordlnir Secretary.?Mrs. G. P. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. SlinnV ' Treasurer.?Mrs. Geo rue s. Stevens. Kii|?erlutcii?leiitM of Departments. Literature.? Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Kvanuelisni and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. 1 Ohenchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Scmoncs. t Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stoveni ? f q *\ Work anions Soldiers and Sailors Mrs. (1. 1 1 MoyerSunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. t*clentlttc Temperance Instructions ? Mis tannic Folks. Florencecrittenton Home?Mrs. E. It. Moor* Social Meet In irs and lted Letter Day.?Mis Majrgie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. Day. Salem's delegates to the re cent W. C. T. U. State. f!nnvpn tion?Mrs. Goo. S. Stevens ant Mrs. John E. Shank returne< from Portsmouth Friday night having had a v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1910

^^Hr SALE/vfPmrm^PPuBL v.'ai.tkks, Subscriptio One Nine Month*. Six Mouth*, ...... Three Mouth* U^Hfl PHONE Keall.v wish the colonel would administer the "silent" treatment to the nation.?ExThe price of radium has recent- ^ HHB l.\ dropped $900,000 an ounce. ^ Now is the time to lay in your ^ winter's supply. j Dead men may not tell any 1 HB tales, but they had a telling ef- ' ^B feet upon the results In the Sec- b WM oml District primary. ' B - - ? - ? ? B "The colonel seems to have had n W the big stick up his sleeve at 1 Saratoga," says the Richmond r 4 News-Leader. It looks to us de- I B cidedl.v more like he had it across i I the heads or the Old Guard v I most of the time. < "A Washington dispatch alleges L that Mrs. Franklin MaeVeagh, t wife of the secretary oT the t treasury, is planning to present t her husband with a $250,000 home as a Christmas gift." Now ] we shall present this matter to ^ the attention of the madam with ^ a gentle hint to "go thou and do t] l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1910

PUBLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY. floteoaeoaeoitoitoctoaeottoxoKoitoiio | OUR {SODA! IFOUNTAIN! o NKRVKS TUB COOLKST AKD * If MOST ItKI'KKKIIIKG NODA, I 2 MAI)i: THK l?l KKfT AN1> ' O MOAT WHOI.EKOMK NATKitl* m U aim. o o , 51 te o 2 PLENTY OK CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKSTO PLEASE BY TIIRIR NOVELTY * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? jg SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITS MERITS. Jt q OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND ECO 2 jL $g DRINKS ARE THE BEST. AVE SERVE O ; O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. X O WE ALSO MAKE FRRSII HOME MADE j? f CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O y CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. q 8 PAUL STAMUS CO. g ^ SALEM, VA, * oJtoiiofcofcoaioVtoaioaiovtofcoSHOfcoli ELECTRIC LIGHTS AVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Phone 635?Iloauoke Consumers Coal and Supply Company lOtli ?V ToiincNN<>p KIn., ii?*ar <JIhms IMant PIIONE NO. lOH POCAHONTAS H fl 1 T RED ASH A...

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

THE POULTRY YARD. I to rr(M'(MK-t> tho general ? I P?n t ^^^^ ainonu. horses rattle? divide ehiekens into! ^^HHchree great classes the Asiatic, ^^Vtlii> American ami the Mr literraDean breeds. The breeds bolongW ing to each of these classes have certain characteristics in com-' moil. The Asiatics?llrahmas. Cochins and Langshans are pri^B in a ril v meat producers. The.v ^7 are b'ock.v. compact, quiet in disposition?the beef-cattle or lardB hog t.vpe. The Mediterranean breeds. Lcg liorns. Minorca*:, etc., are the reE verse of this. They are spare ac| tive, nervous. Their mission is to f lay eggs, and this is what they f do. The American breeds. V\% mouth Rocks, W.vandottes, R. I. Reds together with such English breeds as the Dorking and Orp ington are "combination" fowls ?that is. they are not so strong on.meat production as the heavy Asiatics, or on egg production as the Leghorns and Minoreas. The rangy, slender Leghorn is quite different in build and (conforma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1910

I"1 ? p 1 J For m I BFTTER SEEDS. At, tliiw Season Von Should lie * r Selecting Seed for Next Year's Planting. There has been much public discussion during the past few years of the value oilseed selection, and as is common in such cases, many of those who advise tlie farmers have somewhat over-stated the case. That much good may result from intelligent seed selection, none wi.ll probably deny, but that such marvelous* results as some have claimed should come from the crude sort of selection generally practiced is unreasonable, and these extra vagant claims are calculated - to do harm'rather than good to agricultural progress. For instance, the increased yields and permanent improvement which can result from the ordinary field selection which is generally practiced, must be small and slow. From this we do not mean to convey the idea that we do not approve of seed selection. nor do we deny that even the haphazard and crude methods practiced fail to 'yield profitable results. There ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1910

^|^H|B[nirniiie:]t jUbannel HMMKv ^ ^^^^Rj**onled proposals for dredging BHHBl^ the vicinity H^H^^^Bjsvjf Richmond. which will involve B Kffthc thonsm^^Uf f a rids oT dollars oT government money, will be opened in Wash<: ington Oct. 20. The work to be 1 done consists in dredging ehanHB nels at Rocklanding shoals, at Dancing Point Shoals, at Swan W^^g Point Shoals, Warwick Reach |^B and Deep Dottom Shoals. In order to understand the sigiiificanco of the proposed undertaking. which has as its purpose the deepening of the approaches H in the .lames River in the vicinity |B of Richmond so that navigation towards Richmond may be permitted at all seasons or tiic year B it is proposed that prospective Hf bidders enter into heavy bond with tiic government for the ^ faithful discharge of the contracts to be let. The contractors will be required to commence work within thirty days after it is awarded and complete the work in every ? particular within fifteen months. This undertakin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1910

Wr ...-^ A *^|P*iW|p>iip^aWHW^^H^Hj^W^H^^M ' &*._ ^^/ra lsf ~" A jl. JA . ty^^r ^ ^ ^ ^ y B'? A ^mL 1 ^stWItl ?ittl??88 iHtfMSTOWHPI^M ? ?HBD? Mon^Pwreateril^^^^M WB HAVK ALSO _ RED SWEATERS WHITE SWEATERS MASOxN'S FKU1T JAHS . /t' ? IT . W ZZ ~ .^H^H i s^pj ?* ^jMttjtwi'a|,~*-."- ? 4 VOLT ME l.~>. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1910. v i-\j m/.> ?,>' WILL LAKE SHORE ACQUIRE VIRGINIAN Eastern Railway 31 sin Conversant With Conditions Confirms Report. New York dispatches quote n "railroad man" conversant with the eastern railroad situation as declaring that the Virginian Railroad will sooner or later pass into the hands of the Lake Shore interests or the Vanderbilts. These dispatches are along the line of reports which have reached the Virginian-Pilot and were published a month ago. It was then stated that western railroad circles believed the Virginian would eventually become the property of the Lake Shore in order to g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1910

^. i (B,> I.Ttell ' "Its is a Benson man one the a desire don topes the Tlie swift-rivinu; ridge over the and the of the hound through the and tiie brush where the nimble rabbit demonstrates the law of WBBB ?? i ri in- sf.isuu opens with a Dang reminiscent of July the Fourth. It closes with heavy mortality among the animals and winged creatures good for food and among some that are not. Hunting is divided into two kinds?the wrong and the right. The former was the right kind, and, ui fact, the only kind a hundred years ago when the settlers of the colonies had to live by the sureness of their aim down the musket barrel. Then there were no slaughter houses to supply hungry thousands. It was a case of shooting to live. Nowadays it is altogether shooting to kill for the mere love of quick, dramatic destruction. The fall slaughter of rabbits quail, squirrels, friendly ' hounds and an occasional child means nothing more than this. The other kind of hunting?the right sort?requir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1910

I wTc.1. u. column" I , OFrit-EBAHALKX W.C.T.II. President.?Mrs. Mlniah Hobbs Day. Vfee-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W.Price.Mrs. M. K. 9 Merry, Mrs. J. E. Shank. Mrs. E. K Moore. 9 Mrs. B. T. Seniones. t I ttecort^lmr Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. f Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank, f Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. ( I NuperluteiKlentM of l>?|?arln*entN. ( Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. c Bvangellsra and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. I j Obenchaln. 1" I 1 Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Seniones. t I s Medal Contests.-Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. 9 Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. ti 9 Mover. ^ 9 Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Pen'n. , 9 Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. 9 Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss *1 L'.nniu Vnlbu Florence critrenton Home?Mrs. E. K. Moore, u Social Mcotlnurs and Red Letter Day.?Miss Matrjric Whltesell. 4 I'ress.? Mrs. M. H. Day. c ' ja A Lynchburg dispatch dated:*. October the 2nd. reads as fol-j lows: "The corporation court L will meet Mond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1910

^ Pui One Months ..... .... PHON Do not think that the College avcnuo, Denns.vl vania avenue, the Boulevard, Tennessee and Colorado streets love dark Br noss rattier than light?the trouWU ble is with the electric lights. The Richmond News-Leader says that a confidence man after V persuading a young man there to put up $55.00 to secure a job in a mythical West Virginia town, [ "hastened on to greener fields." I We doubt very much if he will L succeed in finding them. " With eggs 40 rents per dozer in the cities and the certainty that they will go to 00 cents before Christmas, the man who hasn't his ows flock of chickens may asVwell prepare to do without this important part of the morning meal Congratulations to Koanokc. We extend our hearty congratulations to Roanoke upon the excellent showing which it makes in the thirteenth census, the figures just made public giving i1 a population of 34.874?an increase of 13.379 or G2.2 nor cent over the census of 1900. A city which can make such...

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