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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 January 1900

TOY LAI OPENSJ Eyery child-heart in town announcement. SANTA GLAUS We have established under the sky office, and h liMndsoiuely Dressed Doll of Mge who writes Sauta Claus the bei you to drop their letters, as they requi Toy Lull is Dim Brig HOLIDAY IIAKI>KKR(TIIK}'N. Bplendid Handkerchief values are the rule every day in the year in this store Today yaloes nod assortment are auguiente<1 | by the addition of holiday stocks, an ever ' changing display of dainty 'kerchiefs from now till Cbristm&s. Our prices range from 4c to 50c. KOVKLTIEH IN I.RATIIRK. ^ Jli ^ H % % s it V? . vol,. 34 SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 6. 1900 no 32 I Purses, Pocket books. Chatelaine Hags and numerous new conceits are thero in bewildering assortment. The comprehensiveness of the stocks is as interesting as the prices are astonishing ART F.SRKOinF.RV A NOTABLE DINPLAY. The stock abounds in new suggestiors for decorative gifts. Kennaisance Applique Iris...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 January 1900

I i ) * ?tmcG-|Sc^iGter. Is tlie Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever nau. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1??W. dkni r <& WKHH.CU. Publishers. Phone No. (5. WHAT I SAY IS TBUE ! tT WANT TO DO THE business people of tliin section a favor to begin the New Year with, aud I therefore, beg to remind them that the best INVESTMENT they can make in 11)00 is to call at Tint Salkm Timks-Rbgistkr and contract for Space therein for Advertising. Tiik 1' t m K a-R kuistbr is the favorite tn? " oX r whing the PEOPLE ??f this county and section, and when they Bee an announcement in its columns they may rely upon it. Yes, sir, an advertisement in the Timks RuqISTBR during 1900 will prove your ,ery best Investment. tST JOB -PRINTING Id all its branches, Ib also one of the Ti.mks Rkqistkr specialties. WOULD BE EABD TO HANDLE. State 8euator Edward Lyle, of this district, bo it is now rumored, has Congressional aspirations, and thinks of g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 January 1900

Jimcs-iUgistct. <i ti tb?> l'u?tottic?. in H? I Km Va ? hmmimI-cIuw matter. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1000. 'Phone No. 6. V W R CONNOR ? I> UhKUoRY. F t nnuunn a nn J * uunnun a uu' t 129 Salem Ave., 5 a' ROABiOHF, VA. 4 I ] I Furniture, Stoves, Glassware,! 0 TINWARE,AC. * A Lowest Prices and Easiest Terms CJive A 5 Us a Call. i I| GOODS SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS. # 1%% NtW PIIOKK SO. 91. %V? Wnk of Prayor, Jan. 8-12. The Week of Prayer, suggested by the ! Evangelical Alliance, will be observed in ISaleui as follows: Monday. January J??"Prayerful Confession," and the "Church Universal,'' by Rev. H. C. V. Campbell, in the Episcopal Church. Tuesday night. January D?'"Home Missions." by Rev Chas K Bell, in the Methodist Church. ' . ^..assday night, January 10?"Nalioue and their Rulers," by Rev. E. W Hubbard, in the Lutheran Church. Ihursday night January 11?"Families and schools," by Rev F. H. Martin, in the Presbyterian Church. (Friday night, January 12?"Forei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 January 1900

Pre vent ion # better than cure. Tutt's Liver Pills will not only cure, but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache, dyspepsia,biliousness, malaria, constipation, jaundice, torpid I'ver and kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS| ,\3S0LUTELY CURE. Mi,.V* Slutting is ti Xrcrsnitj. Paterson, N. J., Jan. 1?ISliaves are il V. Ji <?i?nrdin?r fn I? George It. Seuior, who this morning i handed dowu liIh decision in reference 1 to the Barber's Union and its Burnley i closing movement, the Judge dis h missed every complaint lodged by the i uuion against those barbers who re -' I fused tctclose on Sundays in face ol . i the fact that they were threatenrd J < with arrest. "This question as to keeping stores opeu on the Sabbath/* the Recorder j said in his decision, "is iudeed a flue one. and I have been studying it carefully before passing judgment. 1 want you all who are listening to ine to remember that this is a modern time?an age of progress, wliei' usages! and cust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 January 1900

The Sale ol Our January l Blankets, Comforts, Coat Suit Gloves, Dress Goods ITNDElWK^ir. NVXR TIMELY DteUAINR.j There's a certain chnitu in wearLg good j Underclothing. You'll anpreciute these Underwear values?you can't help to: Men's Gray Shirts and Druwers, 35c Ladies' Ribbed Vetts, long sleeves. Heeced 1 lined 15c. Kxtra heavy \ ests and Pants 25c each. Wool Ribbed Vests aud Pants. 50ceach Ladies' Fleeced Ribbed Union Suits 50c suit. Men's ^ hite Wool Shirts and Drawers. >iisw8Bflk'i ( liildraiw lllbbcd Union Suits, ltdeced, 25c suit SACRIFXCAL R FIFTY CENTS Ol 34. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA . FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 12. 1900. NO 33 I These Remnants are or the serviceame ? rare showing an< rare savings. Tney'll be pi share the hest ones. Goat Suit Sel And last, week's throng proves H?anoke Man-Tailored Coat Suits that are Btylish. Jui taci at Sacrificial Price; KOSEMtAi 20 Salem Avenue, 25 Camphe Tie Long ant YOU YMIY T4LI. FKLI.OWI tailor's, can come here an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 January 1900

I V. Is the Oldest Newepaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. T _ FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900 OKI*IT A WKIM1KK, Publlnher*. Phone No. 6. What i sat is true tT WANT TO DO THE busiuess people of thin section a favor to begin the New Year with, uud I therefore, beg to re111 iml tlieui that the best INVESTMENT they can make in 1000 is to call at Tiik SA1.KM Timks-Hkuistkh and contract for Space therein for Advertising. Thk TimksUkoistkr is the favorite medium of reaching the PEOPLE of this county nud section, and when they see an announcement in its coluuius they may rely upon it. Yes, 'r, an Advertisement in the Timks Rkgistkh during 1000 will prove your very bent Investment. tW JOB PRINTING in all its branches, is also one of the Timks Rkuistkk specialties. It is now pretty certain that the Epps bill, requiring -ailroads to furnish separate coaches for the white nud colored people, will become a law, at this session of the legislature. The la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 January 1900

Suucs-iUgistrt. Kuniwi hi the Postottlce. in Balem. Vm. i > '**+ iiihtt*! FRIDAY. JANUARY 12, 1U00 'Phont* No 0 p w r connor k !? ubboory 0 | CONHOR & CO.. I 5 129 Salom Ave., 5 # ^ koaxokf.ta. a jFornitore, Stoves, Glassware,]; T l inVVAI\E., av> \ 2 Lowest Prices and Kasiest Terms Give J J Us a Call. X 5 GOODS SOLD ON MONTHLY PIYMENTS. \ NEW PHONE NO. 91. %V? tflQilliijery At Greatly Reduced Prices. Today we begin selling all our HATS, trimmed and untrimtued, Feathers, Velvets, Ribbons, etc., at big reductions, WHY ? Because our season is nearly at an end, and we want to dispose of all Winter Goods. We have quite a argecxjoalittisnl of s'ylish Hats. Mrs. F. G. Webber, THE SALEM MILLINER. Wanted. 1 (MnnMBarl We ere now contracting for earlv |*?el. prime Chestnut Oak Hark e will pay 96.25 per ton?2240 pounds?delivered by wagon t<? our Salem Tannery, Contracts will be made ?t the above price up to February 10th. 1SW0 Bark must be delivered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 January 1900

I I V Doctors Say; # Biliousand Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis- \ tricts are invariably accompan- ? ied by derangements of the i Stomach Liver and Bowels. ? The Secret of Health. !' The liver s the great "driving * wheel" in the mechanism of 1 man, and when it is out oforder, the whole system becomes do ranged u v.! disease is the result. { Tutt's Liver PtiSs Cure all Liver Troubles. ?? ??? < BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. t DA?xsuno pitxtiok roa c:c:has;s. In tho Mat tor of K. I?. A VERS, I No. 101. j bankrupt. f bankruptcy. To the itonorahle John I'unl, Judge of the District.Courtof the Cuited States for the Western District of Virginia. I'. I*. A V KltS. of the City of Roanoke, ami State of Virginia, In said district, respectfully represents that on the -1st day of Sept.. lust past, he was duly udjmlgeu I>anknipt under the nets of Congress relatliur ' ,<0 bankruptcy ; that lie has duly surrendered ' nil hts property and riirhts of propert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 February 1900

t : lie Julem ?ittra*S*gisfe& VOL. 34. ~ SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2. 1900. ~ NO 36 ~ ? K The Sale o1 Our January i SMlUKSfM Blankets, Comforts, Coat Suit Gloves, Dress Goods, THDERWEAIi KOMK TIMIILY H1RUAINH. There's a certain cbaim in wearing good Underclothing. You'll appreciate these Underwear values?you can t help to: Men's Gray Shirts and Drawers, 35c. Ladies' Ribbed Vests, long sleeves, tleeced lined. 15c. Kxtra heavy Vests and Pants. 25c each. Wool Ribbed Vesia and Pants, 60c each Indies' Fleeced Ribbed Union Suits 60c suit. Men's White Wool 8hirts and Drawers. 70c each. Missee' and Chi Id reus' Ribbed Union Buits, tleeced, 25c suit. -31 SACRIFICAL R FIFTY CENTS OI These Remnant* are of the serviceable i rare showing and rare savings. They'll be pi share the best ones. Coat Suit Sel And last week's throng proves Rminok< Man-Tailored Coat Suits that are stylish. Ju ciafe. Sacrificial Price; i ROSEN IIAI 26 Salem Avenue, 26 Cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 February 1900

la the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper haa ever had. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1U00. UKNIT A WKltHXK. Publlahers. jPhone No. 6. WE NEED ONE, TOO. We notice that the Supervisors of Wythe county have decided to build a new aud modern courthouse for that county, which reminds ub that if there is a county in the Southwest that needs a new " temple of justice " it is our own county of Koauoke. If our Supervisors think they cannot afford a new building just now, they could at least provide for an addition to the present building, aud make It more modern in its appearance and appointments. No doubt the town would be glad to Assist in building a new courthoure, or In helping to re model and enlarge the present one, and we trust that while the legislature is in session the Council will have a bill passed allowing the town to contribute a reasonable sum for the purpose, so that when the Super visors get in the notion to build, the town will be prepa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 February 1900

?'iiucs-$cgiotcr. Entered at the Postofltce, in Balem, Va. me second-class matter. Fill DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1U00. 'Phone No. 6. J^OTICK. Kai.km. Va? January 31. 1000. To Mips 8ali.ik K Poikdkxtbr: Plen.se take notice that on thesixth day oi the March (1900) term of the County Court, to be holden for the county of Koanoke. Va , to-wlt, on the 24th day of March, 1900, I shall apply to said Court to have released and so marked a certain deed of trust, executed by the undersigned and wtf- to A. McL>. Smith, as trustee, to secure you in the payment of $784 00. evidenced by a bond due in installments from its date. The said deed of trust bears date. December 22, 1870. and is recorded in Deed Book J, page 437, of the records of said (,ourt JOHN B BASKERVILLE, 2febtw By R C 8tearnes. hisatty, gTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting oftheatocklioldera of The Salem Improvement Company will be held at their office .Monday, February 12tb, 190b, at 11:30 o'clock a. m. By order of the B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 February 1900

- t r?*??? Arrest disease by the timely vsc c! Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and 1 favorite remedy of increasing popularity. Always cures 1 SICK HEADACHE, ; sour stomach malaria, indices- , tion, torpid t *% constipation p rnd all biT.< ul diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS i HUMOROUS. j' 44 Have a care," said a Quaker to an ] abusive yoiiDK man, 44 thou mnyest, ruu thy face against my list." "Coiuo here, Tommy," said a school I master: 44 do you know your A B C's ?"?41 Yes, /.ur, I know a bee sees." I 14 My dear," said an allectionate | | wife to her husband, "sin I your I treasure ?" 44 O, yes !" was tlio cool reply, 4> ami I I would willingly lay it up in heaven." | Mrs. llugg, a widow, having taken a Mr. Price for a second husband, and being asked how she liked the change, replied : 44 O, 1 have got rid of my old Kugg for a good Price." A young clergyman having buried 1 three wives, a lady asked him how he happened to be so lucky. 4' Madam,4* I replied he, 441 knew ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 February 1900

VOL. 34. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 9. 19007 NG ^7 The Sale o 4 Our January Blankets, Comforts, Coat Suit Gloves, Dress Goods, VNDKRWEilR. NOME T11RKLY tl.tRUAINN. There's a certain chaim in wearing eood Underclothing. You'll appreciate these Underwear values?you can t help to: Men's (Jrav Shirts and Drawers, 35c. Ladies' Ribbed Vects, long sleeves, tleeced lined. 15c. Extra heavy Vests and Pants. 25c each. Wool Ribbed Vests and Pants, 50c each. Ladies' Fleeced Ribbed Union Suits, 50c suit. Men's White Wool Shirts and Drawers, 75c each. Misses' and Childrens' Ribbed Union Suits, tleeced, 25c suit. j:) o A nnTriTn A T *D FIFTY CENTS Ol These Remnants are of the serviceable i rare showing and rare savings. They'll be pi share the best ones. Coat Suit Sel And last week's throng proves Konnok* Man-Tailored Coat Suits that are stylish. Ju elate. Sacrificial Price! ROSENBAI 2G Salem Ayenue, 25 Campbc (team We have resolved to clear the deck* we enter into it hear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 February 1900

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation thau any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, FEliKUAKY 1?, 1U00. ..." UKNIT A WKltlljSR, PaUUben. Phono No. a Ttye Kentucky assassin's bullet proved fatal, aud Gov. Goobel died ut 0:4."> o'clock last {Saturday evening. Kentucky is now in mourning, aud even the ft.-mer foes of the dead martyr are paying him tho tributes that liis life is a man and a citizen merited. Sam Parrish says not every man knows that acinar contains acestic, formic, vityric, valerlaiulc, propionic and prussic acids, creosote, phenol, ammonia, sulphur etted hydrogen, uicoteue, picoleue and some other things. /\ _ A. 1. II t-lf ? V 11 uur Hiivuui u ivepuuiicau iru uu, ine Harrisonburg Spirit of the Valley, makes tlie following very complimentary (?) reference to tlie member* of the Legislature who passed the separate ear bill : "The body of statesmen who compose the Virginia legislature has proved the quality of their statesmanship by p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 February 1900

-Wl? WpiffW ^uucs-^Ugtstct. Entered at the Poetottice. in Balern. Va. ab oecoud-claaa matter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 11)00. 'Phone No. 0. XTOTICB. Salrm. Va,. January 81. 1900. To Miss Su.Lllt It PlltNUUTIR : Please lake notice that on the sixth day of the March (1900) term of the County Court, to he holilen for th? county of Roanoke Va , to-wit, on the 34th day of March, 19(10, 1 shall apply to said Court to have released and so marked a certain deed of trust, exe' cnted by the undersigned and wife to A. McD. Smith, as trustee, to secure you in the paymeut of #7M 00. evidenced by a bond due in "installments from its date The said deed of trust bears date. December 22, 1H7G. and is recorded in Deed Boou J, page 137, of the records of said Court JOH N ? BABKERVILLE, 2feblw Hy It U Hlearnes. hlsatty. gTOCKHOLDERS1 MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholders of The Salem Improvement Company will be held at their otHce Monday. February 12tb, l'JOO, at ll:3U o'clock a. m. By order of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 February 1900

A CLsAR'HEAD; 1 good digestion; sound sleep; a i fine appetite and a ripe old. age, are some of the results of the use of Tutt's Liver Pills. A single 1 dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue. f A Known Fact. 1 An absolute cure for sick head- ' ] ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour 1 stomach.dizziness, const]nation ,1 ;?' 1 bilious fever, piles, torpid liver i and all kindred diseases. Tutt's Lfver Pills ' i .mmm - .. . i ????mimmmmmm UKWKW4 mm WITH KOEKN. American NiivmI M? n Itccogiilzeil iin ItcMt MIioIn In Joiibcrt'n Arui j. Memphis,Tenu., February 3.?Peter Muller, who whs a gunneron Admiral Dewey's flagship Olympia, and who handled one of the guns on that famous vessel in the battle of Manila, j is the man who aims and tires the i terrible " Long Tom '* which has done ' so much damage to the besieged gar- , risen at Ladysiuitli. 1 His brother, who lives here, has received a letter from him, in which he 1 says that the great, gun Is forty feet long, and that its...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 February 1900

- / mf VOL. 34. ~ ~~ SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 16. 1900. i*r/^ io The Sale e Our January s&eiaiiej Blankets, Comforts, Coat Sui Gloves, Dross Goods VNDKRWK % N. NilHKTiniXY BiltUAINM. There's a certain chuim in wearing good Underclothing. You'll appreciate these Underwear values?you can't help to : Men's Oray Shirts and Drawers. 35c Ladies' Ribbed Vetts, long sleeves, lleeced lined 15c. ' Extra heavy Vests and Pants. 25c each. Wool Ribbed Vests and Pants. 50ceach Ladies' Fleeced Ribbed Union Suits 60c suit. Men's White Wool Shirts and Drawers, 75c each. " Miasea' and Cbildrens' Ribbed Union Suits, tleeced, 26c suit. SACRIFICAL E FIFTY CENTS O These Remnants are of the serviceable rare showing an?t rare savings. They'll be 11 share the best ones. Coat Suit Sel And last week's throng proves Roanok Man-Tailored Coat Suitsthat are stylish. Ji elate. Sacrificial Price ? , ROSEINBAI 26 Salem Ayentie, 25 Campb( (Kaii We have resolved to clear the deck...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 February 1900

?imc*-|Upstct. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10. lliOO. OtCNIT St WK1IHXR, Publishers. Phone No. 6. SJMII f ^ Early conventions will be the rule of both the leading parties this year. Wheu rtu old man dotes ou young girls be must be iu his dotage. It is possible for a man to become so swell that he eventually goes broke. Ou Monday President McKiuley celebrated his fifty seventh birthday. He was born iu Niles, Jau. 20, 1843. The British Ariny lias "crossed" the Tugela river so often that by this time they ought to kuow all the good fords to perfection. The Boers continue to take Laager iu theirs, but they force the British to take water regularly. That telephone bill and the railroad bill before the legislature will get some of the members into trouble if they monkey with them. The people dou't want the former, but they do want to see that new railroad built between Richmond and Washington. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 February 1900

MiucG'-ilcgistcr. .uurrtt at the I'ostofflce, Id Baletu, V?. ?? MHNiud cltw matter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1900. 'Phono No. 6. $34,000 Refunding Bonds of ths iowa 01 saiem FOE 8ALE. T1 Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned' committee until U o'clock p. m., March 10th, 1900, Tor the purcbaae or the whole or any part of $34,000 Refunding Coupon Bonds of the Town ot Salmi, Virginia, denomination $500, payable April 1, 1920 or at option of the town on and after A|*il let, 1910; rate of interest 4 per cent, payable semi-annually (April and October) atotHce of treasurer or in New York city. All bids to be accompanied by certified check for 5 per cent, of amount of bid. The town re serves the right to reject any or all bids. For fu tber information address the undersigned committee. J. H. Duncan, J. C. Lanuiiornic. Salem, Virginia. DISTREWiIKU KTOJIACII DINEAftE Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Norvlno Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer, because this gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 February 1900

r ? Save Your Money. * One box of Tutt's Tills will save many dollars in doctors' bills They willsurelycure all diseases of the stomach, liver or bowels. No Reckless Assertion l or sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, constipation andbilio' isness, a million people endorse I U I T'S Liver PILLS Mrliuol Tcarlirrti ttociatllj Oslrneliod IIcciiidh' of ? ToIo-ji Tele. Washington, i?. U., Feb. 11.?Female school teachers in the city of Vonce, in particular, ami throughout Puerto Rleo in general, all of whom are Americans, are no longer invited to certain social festivities on the island, to all of which they have heretofore been welcome. For charity there was recently arranged a "bazaar" iu which both the Atuericau and Puerto Kicau ladies assisted. At the close a dance was arranged to be given iu the rooms of the Spanish Club, upstairs. After a long and tedious 11 danza" a second lieutenant stationed at Ponce aud a pietty youug school teacher stepped out upon a balcony overlooking a dark co...

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