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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1910

SSvW V V J? Oranges Sweet and Juicy?all Sizes at your own price, r.Dc. 2&c. 85c 40e, 50e iter dozen. Nuts The Hiinrest8tock and Host Assortment Candy Cliocolales. Darby's Assortod Chocolates 30c per M>. I?oose Candy and Candy in Uoxes?all kinds of Candy. Fruit Cake 2<)c and i'.c per pound. Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'PHONE 24 VOLUME 45. # jSalem Slimes - Reaisfcr (Sonsolibrtleb ^ ^ November 16, 1003 * 1 , SALEM, VYRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 191 oT - - - ? DEMOCRATS SEE TROUBLEMEAD Champ Clark's Acquiescence In Tlie Plan Kxeites Comment. Champ Clark's acquiescence in the plan to lm,ve the committees of the uextl house named by a i-oinurittec on committees, int. j I oT l?eing appointed by the speaker, has set the Democrats gossiping over the advantages and the possible disadvantages of the proposition. They realize that the innovation promises the greatest revolution in Mouse procedure since Speaker i? o'wl f *1 11 1 )1 1 <xf...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1910

2 RED CROSS RELIEF I WORLD WIDE; tf artliqunkc, Fire, Flood, KxploHion, Hurricane, War and Massiu'rc ChIUmI For Aid Six bin; disasters will occur in i 1,^ - - ? - mi- i iim u omirs m lyn, "Tills is not the prediction of nn astrologer but of the American lied Cross, the organization which conducts a larger work of relief for people stricken by great calamities than any other agency in the world. Expcrl- i enee has led the Red Cross to ex- ' peet an average of five or six serious disasters in this country every year. It does not know where or when they will occur,' or whether they will be caused by a storm, or fire, or flood, or earthquake, or explosion. But it is sure they will happen, just as one may be sure that fifteen persons of every thousand now ! living will die in the/ next twelve j 4 months. World wide service to humanity was shown in reports presented at the recent national meeting of the American Red Cross in Wnshinfton rPhi? ??ro-n nl*n lion or which President Taft is tli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1910

W. C. T. U. COLUMN orrkkkn or nii.km w.i\t. ?. President?Mrs. Mlmata Ifobbs Day. . Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. E. Shank. weconllnir Secretary?Mrs. 1\ If. Clark. > Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Vice-Presidents-M?s. Chas. Prlco, Mrs. Geo. Meyer Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mrs Lucy Ruhl, and Mrs. 11. T. Senioncs. Nii|>erlMtcii?lcnfM of H?|?Brlmontf?. Almshouse ami Evangelism?Mrs. C. E.Obetisliain. literature?Mrs. C. W. Price. Medal Contests?Mrs. Ohas. Corbitt. Florence Crit.tonton Home and Purity?Mrs. 15 It. Moore. Vress? Mrs. M. 11. I lav. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Ooo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. Social Meetings and Ited letter Days?Miss Maggie Whltesell. flower Mission ?Mrs. Ctaas. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. F?. Shank. Sclentllic Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Polkes. Mothers* Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unfermented Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. I The Tlmes-ltegister and Sentinel, at their request has placed a column at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1910

f 4 Jtalcrn $imcsi-&eq [ PUBL18HBD KVKKY THCKfc Salem Printings Pue F. 11. WAI.TKUS, Editok \ ? Subscript: i One tfoar, ..... Nine Mouths Six Months, ..... Three Months, .... KHUN A merry Christmas to every reader of the Times-Register and Sentinel! That reply of the New York R Sun to the little girl who wanted to know iT there was a Santa Clans is doing extra duty this Make a New Year's resolution that you will no longer borrow t your neighbor's paper, but suh| seribe for the Times-Register ! SiuiHti.O A-, ?ii t>cnl r A new religious sort from Maine has recently arrived at Norfolk in a ship, looking for the Garden oT Eden. At first we o i d not imagine what they could bo doing in the vicinity of Norfolk on such a mission, but wii ?n wo remembered that NorI* folk was the nearest port, we realized that they were on their way to Southwest Virginia. The School Hoard of Rockingham county has taken an effective means of checking the spread of contagious diseases am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel. puui.ihhbd kvehy Thursday. #to?eo*o*oitoi*o?io?*or?oito*o*o?to J We Make all tlie Candy J g we Sell, consequently, $ g we Sell all tlie Candy J g we Make. ? |j * O o Iii buying from the makers, .* 5 you get it Cheapest and ? g Freshest. o af We have not spared time, tal- c 2 ent or money in prepartion 2 9. of our Ji | CHRISTMAS v PACKAGES I o ? * ? O ^ Call and inspect and your good ? o taste will not allow vou to M o 0 go away empty-handed. ji 1 PAUL STAMUS CO. I O NAIJRN, VA,"! V K o "atoino* o* oJ# 0*0*011 os?ol?o?? ofeoM electrkT LIGHTS AVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Pkoue 635?Roanoke Cash Supply Co. ORp XM AS lUL Offer niTAT ttv r.Dnri?DTi?c A X VJAXV/V^JL<l\li^O At a Great REDUCTION *3 lbs Mixed candy 25c* *1 dozen oranges 25c* *5 lbs rice 25c* *(> Octagon soap ...... 25c* *i\ Naphtha soap 25c* *4 cans tomatoes 25c* *5 lbs White Beans ,'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1910

, For Our KKVDSIIAW NEWS. \fte" a chu|)Ip of failures to get any items in 1 will try again. Our mail lias been kd uncertain since the route was changed that there is no certainty of getting the ma'i through on time. Mr. Sam Wells moved his family here last week. We arc ghu] to welcome "iiim to our m (1st. ami wish hi ml all success in his ] new home. Mr. O. W. 1 la in is moving to Sa inn. we are sorry to lose nun from our neighborhood as he is quite popular here and will make 1'rietnls wherever he goes < We hope he will do well wliorevhc ehoses to make his home. Mr. Walter Carman, of Catawba, spent one night last week with his friend, Mr. Arthur Hain. The young children of Mr. (1. Rain have been quite sick for some t'm \ hut are better at this writing. We are glad to notice that so many have responded to the call for the news from the different sections. They make interesting reading Tor' the county readers. Mr. E. T. Moore*. killed a nog last weak that' tipped* the scale...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1910

I For Out A FARMER AS AN INSPIRATION. The career of David Rankin, the Missouri farmer who died a few weeks ago, ought'to be an inspiration to every man wlu< oves the soil and gets Ids living from it. lie has proved, as -to other Luun has done, the possibilities of agriculture. -Start ng wuti liity acres or poor 'and, not by any means the equal if our valley lands, and with no eupital besides energy and foreaghtcdness. he died the possesor <>f 34,000 acres of land, a fortune or $3,500,000. his in(oinc being estimated at $130000 a year. He had faith in the land and from the time he bought his first fifty, he/was always a land buyer. Yet he was never land poor, for he ised his land intelligently and well, and it made him rich. He loved his work, and studied it, he noticed the leaks and he .topped them whenever they oo urivd. luv was a neiiever in corn, ami raised it by the hundred thousand bushels, yet he rarely sold any ?>f it. lie fed it on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1910

' 3 SOUTH NOW HAS ITS OWN CAPITAL X>ays When Iti^; tioans Were Negotiated i>> N. Y. Ami Klsewhero I'asscil. Fifteen years ago the South av:is a ilt btor community. The : r it t p irt of its area was covered L\ mortgages. The farmers labored from season to season with tile hare o.vnertnnrv of mooting the into rest o:i fertilizer notes. The bulk of the cotton crop was mark ' ted In the form of raw material and at prices that barely cleared the cost of production, without allowance for interest or profit, sa.vs Progress. Such capital as was needed for Improvements or developments of any kind, says the llaltimore American, had naturally to be supplied from outside sources. Such capital as the South had accumulated by its own efforts was needed to carry on the ordinary course of business. Even the funds necessary to move the cotton crops were largely borrowed in New York City and ail 0 I-* 11 irn ? OUUlIiei'Il UilllKn ivrn nujjv ?-?v ors at certain times ...

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

*" *" m?"? ~ 9 Oranges ' W * fT**** ^ ^ Iff- Headquarters 1 ^sr>"alew ^aWCS ? RCQt&TCr SantaClaus ?wC%?,r IT jf Presents Suitable for Everybody 1 |. Fruit Cake (?km?olibateb I ^Toocmbcr 10, 1003 O Come and See Them. I f johnstonT Day & Terry Co. j c'7^ ^'* & >\ Johnston, Day Terry Co. 1 7PI ION F 94 i I j Auoutsfor w. L. Douglas and Diltrlte Shoes jfl VOLUME 45. SALEM, VIRGINIA^THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29. 19Uk nitaii^p TT I 7 7 SALEM MERCHANTS HIGHLY PLEASED Well Satisfied With Holiday Trade and Outlook lor f the Future. < ,People this year were so thoroughly infected with the "early chopping" fever, and sales were scattered so generally through the month oT December, that many underestimate:! the amount oT business which was dour That Salem merchants were well pleased with the volume of busi. uess, and look forward confidently to 'i good spring business is evident ffom the expressions from some of the leading men in \o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1910

I RESOLUTION FOR > I SOUTHERN RAILROADS. The "Back Home Movement" v Clincblield and Ohio Ky., which ft put forward by the Carolina, has done so much towards reft awakening interest among for- | ft mer Southerners in their native ft country, is being adopted by all ' ft the important railroads in states ] ft east of the Missippi audi South of i B the Ohio and Potomac "Rivers. ' ft The work of the Clinehfield < ft road in this direction lias shown ft that many who in years past * ft have moved from the southern to 1 B the western and northwestern i ft states are anxious to again tnke fit lilt "Oloii* i>nui(1o?n>n Q?\n + l? I " r A VUtVtVUW III VAIV^ I lull VII \ and a I'll in her development Kven those who have been most successful in their new homes still feel the "back home" eall, and are now inquiring: about farming, fruit and stoek raising ! lands in Southern states. The j plan, so far as it lias been ex- ji [ tended, is most significant...

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

i II | II ? ' ? f 4 W. C. T. t COLUMWl orrii'BKN OF NALIl.n W. f. T. V. president?Mm. Mtmah llobhs Day. Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. K. Shank, r necordlngSecretary?Mrs. P. H.Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Vice-I'msldcnts?Mrs. Chas. Price, Mrs. Geo. Moyer, Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mrs. Lucy Kuhl, ; '"H and Mrs. II: T. Semones. muperlnlemleut* of Depart met! la. Almshouse and Evangelism ?Mrs. C. E.Oben:? nhain. literature?Mrs. C. W. Price. Medal Contests?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Florence Crlt.t.enton Home and Purity?Mrs. | K. K. Moore, press?Mrs. M. II. Dav. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. Social Meetings and lted Letter Days?Miss J Maggie Whltescll. " lower Mission?Mrs. Chas. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Mies Vnniile Folkos. I 1 Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unforinented Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. I [The Times-Register and Sentinel, at their request. Ims placed a column...

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

* ? pp |i || I | J?alcm ?imcsi-|tUf| B PUBLISH KD KVKRY THUK81 I Salem Printings Pub K F. y. Wai,t mis. Ki?i rou / I Subscripti | Oue fear, ..... Nino Months, J, ft Six Month", ..... ft Throe Months, I PHONI B One oT our exchanges recently B^ told of it newspaper man getting ft roasted. The only unusual fea ture about tit was that it was with fire this time. % m A mall d'irKi in Missouri reecntl.v nt the age of eighty "who had never told a lie. Wasn't it a pity Br. CY.ek <11'.I not get "back to this country in time to see that man? Dr. tool who recently returned to the United States, sa.vs he will devote ills life to explaining his discovery of the North il'ole. It will take a lifetime alright. Bryan's Presidential Selections. W. J. Bryan, Commoner, in disI cussing recently the Democratic o o i l ntiil possibilities, name'' four distinguished men. any one of whom would measure up fully j to this high office. They are in the (order of his preference as follows: .Joseph W. ...

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

pp~<^ Times-Register and Sentinel. PUULIS?BI> BVEKY THURSDAY. *o*o?o*o*oi>!oeioitor.o?to?to*o?to ? We Make all the Candy ? g we Sell, consequently, ? ? we Sell all the Candy 2 g we Make. g o In buying from the makers, .1 g you get it Cheapest and ? f Freshest. ? ? We have not spared time, tal- c ? ent or money in prepurtion * 0 of our - g 1 CHRISTMAS * PACKAGES I O ~ M %' o $ Call and inspect and your good ? o taste will not allow you to Jt o go away empty-handed. ? | PAUL STAMUS CO. I SALEM, VA,1! ?f ^ nfeoitofeostoaioatofcofeofeofcoMofe ELECTRIC / LIGHTS AVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Saleni 'Phone G35?lloanoke | Cast Silly Co. ! XMAS ICUU Offer QUALITY GROCERIES At a Great REDUCTION *3 lbs Mixed candy ? 25c* *1 dozen oranges 25c* *5 11)8 rice 25c* *(> Octagon soap 25c* *f> Naphtha soap 25c* *4 cans tomatoes 25c* *5 lbs White Beans 25c* *(? lbs...

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

^^ ppfWP" '? " 11 Ml. Ml II Hr u | For Wr SINUKli SOUNDINGS. ; Miss Mary .Jones teacher ofrthe Mend School Jm i a Christinas I li t fur the scholars and a nice entertainment. All acquitted themselves with credit, which speaks for the efficiency of the teacher. v ( )ii iwtmnu tinwmm! ??ff wi+h not > a drunk to mar the festive oegi easlo.i. Everything was quiet | and or 1 rly as it should be on this great Christian festival. Mrs. Fields had most of her I children home from a distance, and had prayer m meting at her house on Christinas day. Mr Tom Reynolds and Mr. Alex Owens conducted the meeting. Dry Hollow celebrated Christmas by hav ing a wedding, the contracting parties being Mr. Ilea McDanlel and Miss Elsie Moses. A few invited friends were in attendance. Mr. James Muney and daughters Misses Susie and Mary, .paid Roanoke a flying visit Saturday. ' Miss Addie I'a ul. of Salem is vUit'ing l?er sister. Mrs. Nash Gordon, here. Mr. Walter Early is also visiting Mr. Gordon. t...

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

K I I />// Oil I J, *f THE VALUE OF ANGORA GOATS. * ''Investigation proves that the ?f*' . r S Angora goatN are not only elass? c <i among the most useful of the j| dementia animals, and have been Iso Classen ior iiiousnmiN 01 yearn, but their usefulness is manifested in <af variety of ways. The fleece, called a "mohair," furnishes some of the finest fabrics I among ladies' goods, and is used in various other manufactures; their habit of browsing enables the farmer in the wooded locality to use them, to help Hn subjugating the forest; their flesh exceedingly delicate and nutritious; the milk is richer than j1 cow's milk ;their skins are us > ' for leather; their pelts make the neatest of rugs and robes; a few " of them in a flock of sheep are a protection against wolves and f, dogs, and they are excellent pets for children." ; The soft undercoat of Ihe An }, gora, known as "pashm" is comb; ed out liiri the spring and sells ; foe $1.50 to a...

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

1? > TELLS SECRET OF MAINE ? Former American SpjN Storj ol" Blowing: V|> of liattleThat neither Cuba nor Spanish (Joverniiient itself was to blame for the blowing up of the battleship Maine or the resulting war with Spain, but that the explosion was prompted b.v px?werful interests to which Spain was'in debt, is tiie statement or .1. C. Crowle.v, an Anieri<an former . sp.v for the Cuban Government. now living in this In a signed statement to tin Oregonian, whieh is directed t< the "Anveri an i'ubiie," C'rowhw ea.vs: "I note iu the press an article purporting to be tlie words of f ..! I I.- ..rl.w.l. (.Iiilinu -lll'l B * ''' ' r- , w men |>un < , ?..> | blame for the destruction of the * I intcd States battlcsh'-n Maine I upon the Cubans, which isi wrong and which I wish to correct, because the theory was sprung ami exploited b.v th> very men responsible for that crime. "I notice another statement...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 January 1911

Oranges Sweet am! Juicy ail Sizes at your own price, 20c, 25c, 35c 40c, 50c per dozen. ft Nuts % Tlie nicest Stock unci llest Assortment fen Candy ' ' > V Chocolates, Darby's Assorted Chocolates3IX* * >v<tV';v per lb. t,obse Candy and Candy in Boxes all kinds of Candy. Fruit Cake >J*f -1?c and 25c per pound. Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'I'HOXR 24 J VOLUME 45. I TAft PLAYING I BHD POLITICS Weeks Blunder Cannes Ilis* Friends to Ask if lie Will | Never Leuru. Washington, .Jan. 2.?The complete lack of political sense that characteriz ^s the TuTt administration is as auiazing: as it is distressing to the friends of the President. It has never been more convincingly demonstrated than In the last few days, when j the misguided and futile efforts i to create .from the White House i a sentiment in favor of the re- j nomination of Mr. Tart lias Ibd ! to on? blunder after the other ! until the administration has been placed in a really ridi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 January 1911

NOT ENOUGH 1 L. SOLDIERS^ Secretary Dickinson Says Army is About Men Slibrt. Tlic total unproparedness of Vnittxl States Tor war is sot out iii startling fashion by Seeretary ??f "War Dickinson in n reply to Hie House resolution in trodu?*cd by Rcprescntat'ivc Mclachlnn. of California, on Tina: for a statement of the military con- l dit ions as they exist today. | This does not mean that the k country is deficient only in of-' , fonsivo power, "In my opinion, this country cannot, so far as its L land forces are eoneerned," says i Mr. Dickinson, "be considered in a state of readiness for defense I or to repel invasion if attempt- ' ed on our coast by any firstclass power having the shipping r , to transport and the navy to protect the transit of her armored forces uver the sea." The regular army is found by Secretary Dickinson to he almost fatally <1 dicient. It lacks numbers; it lacks the proper proportion of the various arms and reserves of field guns and supplies; It is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 January 1911

IP?H?mmmwm ' - > ^ f C. T. U. COLUMN / WI'FICI;KS OF SAI.KH W.C.T. IT. I "resident?Mrs. Mlrnah Hobbs Day. CorrespondInir Secretary?Mrs. J. K. Shank. * ecord I nir Secretary?Mn. 1*. H.Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. vice-Presidents?Mrs. Chns. Price. Mrs. Geo. Moyer, Mrs. J. R. Shank, Mrs Lucy ltuhl, and Mrs. II. T. Semoncs. Sii|tcriut?MidciitM of !?o|?iirf meitln. ! Almshouse and Evangelism ?Mrs. C. E.Oben, shain. Literature?Mrs. C. W. Price. ^ Medal Contests?Mrs. CUas. Corbltt. Florence Critt.enton Home and Purity?Mrs. K. K. Moore. 'A Press?Mrs. M. U. Dav. *nmlay School Work? Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors. ?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. Social Meetings and Ked Letter Days?Miss Maggie Wbltesoll. Flower Mission?Mrs. Clias. Wilson. \l Aflinnl Tnmnnpu nno?\f **u 1 I? Vllm ?l* 'Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. f Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unfcrmcnted Sacramental Wine?Mrs J. J. Lewis. [The Times-Register and Sentinel, at their request,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 January 1911

r 4 Juilent PUBLISHED EVERY THUKS : Salem Printings Put f. b. wai.tkus, kimtor Subscript One I'onr, . . . I Nine Month*, ..... ..Six Mouth*, ..... ' Three Months, .... PHON In Ailams county, Ohio, every politician in the county has been disfrau di'.sed because of the prevalence of bribery in the last eiE eetion. This plan could be followed with good results by many counties throughout the country. ; Senator Elkins. In the death last night at midnight of Senator Stephen B. Elf kins, of West Virginia, a strong figure is removed from the E United States Senate. lie suffered from alt abscess near his heart and liits condition lias been regarded as critical for some time, I and his death momentarily expected. Ills demise lias momentous effects upon the political situation in West Virginia, removing almost the last Republican position of prominence in the state with the exception of Governor, and caine at the very hour when the Democratic caucus was in session in Charleston discussing 4 1...

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