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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1910

? % Times-Register and Sentinel. publishbd kvbky thursday. #to?eoRos?o>?o?toMo*or.o?toito?to?to | OUR SO DA | I FOUNTAIN I o nehvks til e cooil.st and % 9c mont kki'kkkiiiku noda. o ^ mark from thk piirrntanu * o mont wiiomwomk matkri. x U aim. o o M K " o o plenty of crushed fruits fancy * q drinksto flease by their novelty ? ^ * our ice cream is noted for its o * % smooth richness and purity? ? o prove its merits. % q our ice cream 80i)a and ego 2 drinks are tile> rest. we serve o o them just to suit your taste. jl WS o o we also make fresh home made j| jf candies daily, and handle the o y choicest line of fancy fruits. j 8 PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 ^ naiikil, va, * omojtoaioasoitohororoaio^o^tojiom fl rrtdk^ LIGHT S AVE YOUll ELECTRICAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRIC! A NS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Plione G35?Roauoke Consumers Coal and Supply Company 1 IO(li A TcniicKNOC N(n., nfiirUlnw? lMmit 1*11 ONR NO. 1?H POCAHONTAS fl f...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1910

// Y/// # 1/1 \StWl for stock owners. sheep that both ^^^^^^^HEmdotisl.Y to the fertility iio adding tre^^^^^^Knon<l<>ud v to tho fertilioty or the , is bound to bo ouo the economic ngricuuuran factors. Let us have fewer (logs and more sheep. |^V |^HF Hogs often get crooked legs foi*| w^K lack of exercise. Pure air, pure water, clean |H food, and a clean place to sleep make liogs profitable. Wm W hen a small bit of pork costs H a day's wages, and even a ham ^ bone is precious, there need be 110 fear of overstocking the hog V market. No animal 011 the farm will reft. spoml to kind treatment quicker I than a hog. And kind trcatI incut means a good deal in the f accumulation of unmarketable meat. . ! Give the horses some carrots, apples, or potatoes twcf or three times a week. ' Some people call this fussing, but it pays. Don't let the breeding mare get down to skin and bone. It is bad for her and bad for her colt. Give h "?* extra rare aiul feed. A fin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1910

| For On, ELLISTON LETTER. Another Boniioke County Ru.y to the Front?Other Items. School opened here on the 3rd inst., with Miss Mattye Elier atprincipal and Misses Bessie Elier , . and Edna John as assistants. i y Master Claude Deyerle, of Olaf Va., has arrived here to attend school. Eileen, the 10-ye^r-old daughter of Mrs. B. Mitchell, is quite ill with typhoid fever. Mr. Jessie Loving, of Nashville, is visiting his mother here, Miss Mattie Blount is visiting in Roanoke. Mr. C. F. Blount is in Christiansburg. He is getting along nicely after an operation for a jaw affection. Mrs. L. M. Davis has typhoid fever, which, so far, is in a mild stage. Mrs. R. G. Gardner and daughter are visiting-at Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weddle, of Radford, were guests of Mrs. W. 4 M. Goode, Saturday. Mr. W. M. Goode has accepted a position as extra operator on Radford Division. "Aunt" Emma Harvey, a widely know, good ole colored woman of the old-time class, died here Saturday night. A number of o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1910

editors asked me to < a statement as to Biliii'-s or the present movement t M^^^HFor I'm nil l>li '-out i" >1 <>f w.i'.or ^S^^Hpowcr development. Their Editorial Pope gives en- i con raging proor that 1 lie farm- ; cvs of the country are waking . up to the necessity for public. ' control of water jiow >r develop- t ment. It is none too soon. The i process of unregulated eonsoll- c W dntion and monoply has already ( pv.rm'Tar, and nof ela^s of citizens i v has more ground to desire rea-| f son;-i>le safeguards in the matter than the farmers. To them, asj i | to other cotisumers of ninnufaet-,1 ured poods, excessive charges fori; electric power developed from'] Tailing water mean higher costs ol manufacture and transporta- ; tion, which must be made good ( by higher prices for everything i the farmer buys. but he is al- ? so interested as a producer. The ( use of power on the farip inerens- r on daily, and on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 October 1910

Hp^^F bestwITSTH v x ?, All f ool I MASON'S FRUIT JARS HT # U and*g?rnet-^HR|^^^^H^^H^H L KiY? . ?onsolibofeb S?j?{||f||j^|"? ?. "?* ^E rw? L/ jllls|||)i Dl( j T([(( Hp VOLUME 45. 8ALKM,~VlIv77l^OA,~riIUK,SPAY, <>CT<)HKI! 20, I )10. NUMBER 2l~ r UNCLE SAM TO RfflSE NAINE President Approves Plan to Let Engineer Corps I>o It I* No private contractor will raise the battleship Maine from the harbor of Havana. The work will bo undertaken by tlio Engineer Corps of the United : states Army. This plan was approved by President Taft. It \ as recommended by the Board ?l' Engineers, which had been investigating the conditions that surround the wreck. Maj-Gen. W. H. Bixby. U. S. A., brought the report to the President and explained the scheme w hieh bad already been approve 1 by th(b Acting Secretary of War. Plans for bringing the ' recked hull of the battleship to the surface provide for the use , of a cofferdam of interlocking steel piling. Within t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 October 1910

WWB^^BM^^WWBBjBPr Occupying the part the Peninsula, 528 square a little ger than the State or Maine; bounded oa the north east by Spain and on the south and west by the Atlantic ocean; 350 miles long from north to south and about 100 miles from east to west at its widest point, with ^H| a population in 1900 of 5,428,059, I^Hf is little Portugal, at present in the midst of a revolutionary . Although small in size com pared with the other European countries, it has attracted much attention. From its earliest days political unrests and revolutions B have from time to time arisen B and kept it in a turmoil. As in every other country unj der tiie sun. polities are corrupt, I and combined with this in this little European kingdom, the national debt is terrific and the taxes are exceedingly heavy. For years the Portuguese have been what is terniec the under dog, and being a sensitive and proud nation, these conditions do not uake for friendliness. The cloud of coming events has been hangin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 October 1910

jpppppr- ipopipppini W. C. T. U. COLUMN orncRKN or nalkw w.c.t. r. Br ' President?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbe Day. corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. B. Shank. Kecordimr Secretary?Mrs. P. II. Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens, vtoe-Presidents?Mrs. chas. Price, Mrs. Geo. Moyer. Mrs. J. K. Shank, Mrs. Lucy Kuhl, '_b a and Mrs. II. T. Semones. Nii|?erin?eii<lentM of Depart incuts. ' I ' 4 Almshouse and KvanKoUsin ?Mrs. C. R.Oben, shaiu. * Literature?Mrs. C. W. Price, j .* ' Medal Contests ?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. Florence Crlttenton llome and Purity?Mrs. K/H. Moore. ^ Press?Mrs. M. 11. Da v. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. Social Meetlmrs and Red Letter bays?Miss Ma>rj.'ie M'hltcsoll. p tower Mission?Mrs. vnn*. wagon. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. K. Shank, sdentlflc Temperance Instruction ? Miss ! Fannie. Folkes. Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mury Ferguson. I nforinonted 8acramontal Wine-Mrs. J. J. Lewis. [The Times-Register and Sentinel,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 October 1910

^PHpnuRSD ClMTOK Nine Six Month* Three Months, .... BH^Hf PHONE Why all this hurrah about the I HH^V colonel's aviation trip at St. ? Louis? Isn't lie up in the air m half his time anyhow??Kielimond News-Leader. H T.llllnii lv'nsisoll ndvooatoK not only the right of suffrage for women but also that this right V bo denied to men. We wonder I W what Lillian would do if men were denied the right to marry. ? ? | Much ado is being made these days about unsanitary currency, Pn <> if you should come into possession of an unsanitary dollar bill < and owe a dollar for subscription, bring it to us and we will put it through our special purifying process. V With forest fires in the northwest, storms and floods in the r^itrenie south, graft and scandal in the north, to say nothing of Roosevelt in New York, the people of Virginia and especially of Roanoke county should be devoutly thankful for their freedom from calamities. * * I While there is so much discussion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 October 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel. publish kl) bvkky thursday. ?o?to*o?oito*oi|oitor.o*o*o*o?so i OUR SODA I I. ? FOUNTAIN I W o 1KBVES THE COOLEHT AND ? m U MONT KKFKKHIIINU NODA. o I ? MADE FROM THK PITKESTANU * O MONT WHOLESOME HATERI. ^ ar a i.N. *o --o ?????????-??- M k o o plenty of crushed fruits fancy * q drinks to plba8k by their novelty ? if our ice cream is noted for its g jtf smooth richness ani> purity? q a ? prove its merits. jf o ouk ick crea-m soda ani) ego 2 i fg drinks are the best. wk serve o i o them just to suit your taste. * [ o we ai.so make frrsii home made jf ?j' k candies daily, and handle the O s choicest line of fancy fruits. ? , k PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 | 2 nalkm, va, * m oJtofcofcofcoiooHoMoJsoisolioVsoiioH I ELECTRIC | LIGHTS AVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK DONE m r BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS, * W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem ? 'Phone 035?Roanoke Consumers Coal and Supply Company lOtli A TrnneKNce NIm., near (JImn Plant I' ]&a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 October 1910

OFTOE PULLETS to So As to it Vi?. If the pullets that wo nro lookB to for eggs this fall and winter wpi'p hatched early and kept I |MB growing, the.v should now he well matured and beginning to lay;| B V and it is most important that, ^Bjo we carefully consider the eonditions that promote egg proBb duotlon. The most profitable lien is the steady persistent lay or. and if we want the great est possible profit we must do W oup part to promote mutinous laying, B It is most important that the I pons be clean and sweet before the pullets are moved into them, and if thorough work has been done in the annual cleaning, and the ground floor has been renewed by all the befouled earth being carted off and fresh earth or sand returned to it, it will be comparatively easy to keep the pens clean. v The pullets should be in their permanent quarters before they begin to lay. if possible, because moving them about after they . begin laying interrupts egg proI duction; if possible, then, do not i dis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 October 1910

\ | For Om I lilt ADS HAW NEWS.^fif On account oi a sudden attack or illness we failed to send any news last week. Am thankful that the Editors did not think it necessary to fail to issue the paper 011 that account. Mr. .. F. I la in lost a valuable cow Sunday nipht from bloat. The cause is unkuown us she had \ not access to prain of any kind. v| The loss is a heavy one to him S and his family. VB Mr. C. E. Thomas was on the BK creek on business Monday. Hb Mrs. W. \j. Moore returned Sun Iuay irom a tvvro weeks visit to her sister. Mrs. L<nban Keith, of Green Ridge, I f Mrs. Sarah Jones, of Gap Mills. W. Va., and Miss Bessie Jones, of Norfolk, are visiting at the home of Mr. J. F. Bain, this week. ! Mr. Arthur Bain? is very much indisposed at this time. It is feared that his illness may develop into fever. There was baptizing near the home of Mr. S. P. Garman last Sunday afternoon by the Old Order Branch of the Dunkard church. Mr. and Mrs.'O. W. Bain and r daughter returne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 October 1910

to to ovtl II* nn^^ SO.000.000,000 B^^HBHRTt^ ^HJ^anHflPvit h no ?.OOnOv')') bushels than W^^tBBMF f y with 091,000,000 bushtMs jj^HV wheat and 1.00(<.000,000 sleds of oats, or nearly 90,000.-. 000 bushels over last year, witb * a cotton crop which measuv&ij ^H N by values rather than by quantl-! ',; will yield to the South a lar- j gei income than any previous crop, aggregating probably Sl,-j gK 000,000.000, with a great yield V Hff of fruits, nature has indeed crowned the work: of (thW lyear . ; . l. - ? ?- . - ? I>> ilii an auuuuaui uarvcsx. nere| and there may be found spots \\ here crops are short, or where some particular crop has been in ;N!d by the drought, but as a} a whole the nation has been' blessed in the outturns of its farms as never be fore, and high, lu'iccs will give to the farmers I the largest profits which they 10 i ::ve ever had. The magnitude of the figures j ^ needed to express the value of > this year's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 October 1910

RLI&tlrtti JARS \ Py. ^0 ...... lTzL If y ah :^!HHH^^^| Pi, Day Terry tbaicb j% %% jr I r/^yy'V'' tp $ jfy:^M p03 <* "llll<> '^rl I L L_ I I -A.t xio.5^ l| ^volume 45. ~ o \ iijyj \ i i>^ .x,. Johnston, Day & T err >AU-..V \Ji;(i|M.\, USD^ 1 L_L. ^ NTTMP1?D ')O ^H^BB I PUNS FOR RAiSINC WRECK OF MAINI Work to Cost $;i<>0,000 Untie Plans Approved by the --- I President I aft lias approve* plans for raising the wreck o the battleship Maine from Ha vana Harbor, which cad for til completion of the work on or be fore the thirteenth a universal*, of the destruction of the wa vessel, February 15 next. Thi work is to be done according t< plans made by army engineer and is to be under the dlreetioi of an engineer officer. President Taft said the para mount question in the raising o the Maine is the determining fo all time the cause of the explo sion, and whether the source o destruc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 October 1910

Farmers. ^ N1 1 liiliii 1 for four weeks. TJie course^ will l j'iHist of lectures in the mornings, supplemented by practical work in tiie afternoons and evenings. By past experiences the promoters have learned thai too much lecturing is unadvisable, and so have decided to give more demonstrations during the coining session. Stock judging dairy practice, farming machinery, silo and ensilage machinery pruning and spraying, and kindred topics will come in for a full share of lessons and demonstrations. Expenses arc very low. Tuition is free, while other expenses will not total over twenty dollars under ordinary conditions Of this, board, which can- ije secured at the College hoarding house for $12 a month, will bi the chief item. All are eligible and welcome regardless of age or education. Many night lectures will b< given by authorities on currcm topics. For further Information 01 the subject, address, DR. I?. 11. BARR1NGER. Rlacksburg, Va. Chinatown to I5e Claimed Up New Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 October 1910

W. C. T. U. COLUMP ^h't-v ?? - OI'FH'EKS OF SALEM W. C. T. V. President?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. E. Hluink Kecordlng Secretary?Mrs. P. H.Clark. ">-, Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens, fig Vioe-Hresldents?Mrs. Cbas. Price, Mrs. Gee ^ Moyer, Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mr?_ Lucy Uuhl dp, and Mrs. H. T. Semones. \ * ' Hnperf Mtemlenta ?f DepnrtiuruU. Almshouse and Evangelism?Mrs. C. E.Obcn * 'if\ shain. ' Iterature?Mi-8. C. W. Price, i* < jflfedal Contests-?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Y; ^Florence Crlttenton Home and Purity?Mrs E. U. Moore. Press?Mrs. M. H. Dav. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stovons. "" Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. Social Meetings and Ued Letter Days?Mis Maggie M'hltesell. Flower Mission?Mrs. Chas. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Mlsi Fannie Folkes. 1 w Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. TJnrermonted Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J Lewis. |The Times-Register and Sentinel, attheii ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 October 1910

fear, A ^bb^^^B^IPPt i ^B^^^B|^Blr \ Three m^^V i PHONl . ^ ^H^P should be sold b.v weight. this is true, the "lightness" the ^HHB modern novel should make it H|^^|HHH; mighty cheap. ^^Br Kermit Roosevelt is credited with the statement that his ^^^B father always wants to be "the bride at a wedding and the ^^^B corpse at a funeral." Kermit ^^^B undoubte<lly has the old ^ - i .< - ? - - * : ? ^ ItM/ifu a uuu i rigin. Salom's Newest Distinction. While Roanoke has long been known as an apple growing county, ftw the;first time this season Salem hps conic into 110 tieo as an apple market. The last few, weeks lia?ve been busy ones around the freight station, as can after car of this luscious fruit was loaded for various points. Over 10,000 bushels have been shipped from Salem re(cntiy and others are to follow yet. and this is the first season that orchards, in this immediate section have borne to any considerable extent, all the trees being young* ones. The bills and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 October 1910

TlMES-REGISTF.i( n PUULI8HBD EVERY THUICS'^Bjfllflflj r.oRororororostonor.or^r! | OUR SODF'^ ? FOUNTAIN^! i o NRKVKN THE cuolh^T AND V IP MOST KGIKEKIIINO SODA, V' I 2 MAOK VltltM THK vitrkktanu U> o MOST WXIOLENOMK MATEKI * " i, If AIJ?. O " > 2 1 O 2 PLKNTY OK CKUftllKD FH.UIT8 FANCY * O DRINKSTOI'LEAOJC RYTHEIUNOVELTY ? *S> 5 '. " > 5 OUR ICE CREAM 18 is'OTED FOR ITS ? / jjf 8MOOTH EICHNESiL AND I'DRITY? J 1 O PROVE ITS MERITS. M >, i ^ yT $$$ O OUU ICK CREAM SODA AND KOO 2 V DRINKS ARE THE BEST. WE SERVE O o THEM just to suit your taste. W o WE ALSO make FRKSIl HOME MADE jf Iif CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O y CHOICEST LINE OF'FANCY FRUITS. ? 8 PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 ^ SALKN, VA, * D3?o30OS?O3ttOltO?MO38Oj|Oi|O3iO30Ol|Olt ELECTRIC LIGHTS AVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPE[ " , TENT ELECTRICIANS. If ... _ ; K W. E. WOLFENDEN | ELECTRIC COMPART 'Phone 85 -dalem 'Phone 635?Roanoke Consumers Coal and Supply Compa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 October 1910

^fv the 11 r v a r d a bay, itii the belligerlost front tooth, had a |HHB^v- raro which ^ ^^ Vt<son;! thrown so ^nH|Hl,v ho the two weeks, the queen freHv quently attending him personal I ' Hr As a boy Manuel showed a' prcW' dileetion for French maids, and I# wanted to marry his mother's, thus ni ^fr* an intimation of what followed in his acquaintance with Mile. Deslys. 'vl, knew Manuel for four years dui'imr our residence from 1890 to 11)00 at the American Legation in Lisbon," said Mr. Townsend yesterday in his room in 1 Claveely Hall. "My most vivid recollection of him is that of a little boy/ with golden curls and a frontJ tooth out. "I'll always recall that fronttooth episode. 1 was the cause of Manuel losing it. That was ^ Jthe only outcome yf a scrap, and * ' M'one* Tl\p Y tip fistic cnus pals. "Manuel vvas a keen lover of outdoor sports. He played tennis remarkably well. He rode with great skill. "Manuel and 1 were one day riding our ponies about the grounds when a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 October 1910

FALL PLANTING VS. , I SPRING PLANTING Where practicable the fruit or chards should be planted in auH tumn. Among: the principal ad vantages arc: Leisure time; bet'v,; ter physical condition of soil; the early establishment and subsefl . quent earlier growth of trees. K Owing to its less hardy nature, W the peacK is to be excepted from > the fall planting. The old standard varieties are I always safe, such as Baldwin, It. < I. Greening, and Northern Spy; but man.i( of the new varieties ? are promising and possess adff vantages that make them wor* thy of moderate planting, w Among these are Mcintosh, Al? exander, Wealthy and Wagner. * All ofi these are large showy red n llllloM nf criwtd i,nnli + tr +1,^. I. ?rr>^M v., *|UW?I vj , line cut; first named is a superb dessert apple. AH but the Wagner ore vigorous growers of good, upright, spreading habit of growth, and-come early into bearing. As commonly put out from nurseries apple trees are two years ol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 October 1910

in in |HH^HHH], i). H^^^Hb"i'.v(>s'v of ttu' white ^^^Mt1), the ue American table ^^^HH^^Hnn. at almost every but ny or the oldest ami most exlook when they -le Sam's BDV latest r.ulletiii on the ''lMaekleg m^r ol" the. Irish Potato." "Blackleg" is a bacterial ' po|Hr la to disease 011 the steins <>r the potato, originating in Europe. V . Three and a half million of B ,?r in..,) .wi T*.;..i. v cwreo " laim >11 r jMiiuteu in n ion I potatoes in this country, with p nn average yield of about 100 bushels to the acre or a total pro luction oT nearly 400 000,000 bushels, with the enormous value I or more than $200,000,000. With Kuril tremendous farm interests at stake, tin* new disease is not to bo considered lightly, say the exports. Reports to the office of tiie experiment stations in the agricultural Department show that it is becoming widely distributed throughout much of the potato-growing areas of the United States. In describing the dise...

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