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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 January 1911

II V II" R3 Oranges Sweet iiiu! Juicy all Sizes at your owu price, SWc, 25c, &">c 40c,60c per dozen. Nuts The IJImreat Stock and Heat Assortment Candy I Chocolates, Darby's Assorted Chocolates 30c ) peril). Loose Candy and Candy 111 1 <' 1 ? LI "" ~~" ' mmK "- '1 ' ^ " " =B1R?* | (Stonsolibateb g* $ 1[ T Y ^ 1i[ j|^ I ^Touember id, 1003 * SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2C>, 1911. I muuo VI VUlMiy . Fruit Cake 20e and l'.'.c per pound* Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'PflONFl 24 VOLUME 45. | CARTER GLASS ISSUES STATEMENT Formal Announcement of His Opposition lo Senator Swuiison. The long-looked-for announcement of Congressman Carter Glass as an opponent of Senator Swanson, was made public from 'Washington on Monday last. ''It is my intention," said the Sixth District1 congressman. "to be (a candidate for the full term in the Senate to which Senator Daniel was elected by the Virginia General* Assembly a year ago, and. will be va-a...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 January 1911

2 NEW ESTIMATE OF LINCOLN A Persistent Oflleeseeker Ami tlio Most Ambitious Oi Men. I Abraham Lincoln "was from his earliest manhood a/ persistent office-seeker and the most ambitious of men." was one of the startling assertions of American Ambassador Reid in his address at the university of Birmingham, England, which closed the course on "Makers of History." "This untaught offspring of the poor whites of Kentucky," Mr. Reid went on, speaking from per1 sonal acquaintance and familiarity with the career of the Great Emancipator, "was not at the outset and never became that favorite type of some pubV Heists, a retiring citizen, inattentive in general to other interests than those near him. entirely content with private life until aroused by an unexpeted I can to public duty, rno Illinois swamps of those du.vs developed no such Cincijinatus nmiil their malaria." . In giving his estimate of the man he said: "Without nn instant's hesitation 1 place him far above any other 011 your shinin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 January 1911

% C. T. U COLUMN iH OI'I'ICRKN OF NAI.K* W. <\ T. V. ?*r?Rl<Ient?Mrs. Mlmah HoV?bs Day. A 'Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. K. Shank. I ^ Mecordlntr Secretary?Mrs. P. 11. Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Ontvely Stevens. Vloe-Presklents?Mrs. Chaa. Price. Mrs. Geo. Mojrer. Mrs. .1. K. Shank, "Mrs Lucy Uuhl, and Mrs. II. T. Sentence. Sii|M<rlutcn?tcntM of ni?-i?t?. Almshouse and Evangelism -Mrs. C. K.Obensllll ill Literature? Mrs. C. W. Price. Medal Oontests ?Mrs. Ghns. Corbitt. Floroneo Crit.tentou Home and Purlty?Mrs. R. H. Moore. Press-Mrs. M. II. Day. Hun day Sebo<?l Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Sobllors and Sailors?Mrs. (Jeo. Mover, social Moetlnirs and Red letter Days?Miss Macule Wldtesell. Flower Mission?Mrs. Clms. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. R. Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. Mothers' Meet!nits-Mrs. Mary Forguson. Untennented Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. tThe Times-Register and Sentinel, at their reque...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 January 1911

E Jtalcm limes-ltegi PUUL18HRD BVBHY THUHSE I Salem Printing# Pub ? F. II. AVAI.TKKS, Kimtok A 1 Subscripts ; One if ear, B Nine Month*, ..... K Six Moutlif, ..... H? Tiiree Months, .... R PHONI Air. Edison is said to ho perfect- I ing ?. method of extraeting gold j [I from common clay. Wo venture H to say the lump which presides i over the destinies of most newsMjv papers will defy his ingenuity. B The lloanoko Evening News in C commenting upon the large nuncH her of suicl/des in that city duB ring the past year says no par- | tii-iilnr reason is assigned. WeH 1 I maybe they didn't have the money H.o net out any other way. ? m A gentleman from Brooklyn who is just recovering from a serious illness, has come, upon the , advice of his physician, to Roanoke county to recuperate. Thus it is seen that the healthfutness of our section is recognized even at distant points. We sometimes do not fully realize the blessingH we enjoy. The people of Salem will deeply sympathize with the managem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 January 1911

I p Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISH KD KVKHY THURSDAY. ?o*oi^j*o?to*oatc>?to*io??owto*o?io 5 Wc Make all tlie Candy ? o we Sell, consequently, ? * o we Sell all tlie Candy ? o we Make. ? o In buying from the makers, ? ^ tfAH nrof if nk/mw?r* rt^'1 ? kj fvu ftvw iu v'iivci pt'ot an vi m * Freshest. o ? We have not spared time, tal- c tf ent or money in prepartion o 2 of our * J? 1 FANCY * PACKAGES ? o , X O m It Call and inspect and your good * g taste will not allow you to * o go away empty-handed. X v PAUL STAMUS CO. ? 2 nalen, va, v * ? O oSdoiBoiioito'iioVioaoltoiBO^o'itonoit ELECTRIC LIGHTS a vp. yottu v.r.pnturna r. wni)w nrkxrw BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Phone C35?lioauoke Consumers Coal and Supply Company ? f lotli A N(m., near CilnNM 0 piiom; NO. mn] 'POCAHONTAS HA I T RED ASH AND I . 11 11 I . VA. ANTHRACITE U U ll U LIME AND CEMENT. SflVBl moneyTI Just received 2 Car- 8 loads of Western H Hay,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 January 1911

-rT " I ?w i II i . .W, Wm f n *> ^ I For Oni I PIOKEDUP ON THE PIKE ATOGDEN K Charlir4 llaj is sti'.l eon Tilted to I the house with museitlar rheumMrs. Leslie is very ill. and contemplating going to the hospital. Magg; \the young daughter of Mr. .i. A. Magee is recovering from a spell of typhoid pncunio| Mrs. Calvin Kdwards is visit1 ing friends and relatives in Tazewell and Pulaski counties. Mr. C. T. liOekett is moving his !- . goo<ls ami chattels from Itofinoke, i oniing back to his ohl home on 'the Pike. A well known widower in the i.e.ghborhood has caught the courting germ, and thinks of nothing but wedding bells and orang a blossoms. Onia Campbell has returned to liis work at Hlue Itidge Springs, I after spending a well earned vacation at home. Dances and parties have beer the order of the day, or rather of the night, for the last month confined to no particular locality hut scattered from Boon's Mil! to Balleyhaek, and the young folks have had a gay an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 January 1911

For hi , y JANUARY WORK IN ORCHARD fi . /', <? '* fi.\ * i__ 4&> > Pruning aiul nprayiDg That Should B? Don? Now Figlit'' */ ^ inu San Jos? Scale. Erj'v'w , 1? ; . T.W j. ..' This is the time of .vear for doing the winter pruning and spraying. Do the pruning before spraying, as it is unnecessary to spray the bra aches that are to be cut off. All the pruning necessary for the apples, pears and plums that are of bearing ago is to cut out all dead, injured and surplus branches. llefore these trees reach the bearing age about , ouc-tliird or one-fourth of the previous year's growth should bo cut back in order that the tree may be properly shaped. If they are not headed back while young, they will likely grow too high and straggling. Keep in mind that any branch removed from the tree should bo cut off smoothly with the trunk of the tree or the branch! from which l"f- I'dnin f'"4- "* " ?v vmiic, v/uv uui an water- I sprouts. If the trees haven'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 January 1911

^ 1 III I f '8 B THE MEN WHO WILE B FRAMENEW TARIFF Vigorous An<l A bio Legislators Chosen by Oomocrats ol' The House. Washington, Jan. 1i>.?Their se^Bf lert:"i as members of the tenta(i\ % Ways and Means Committee, E whieli will frame the new tariff letIk''at'an for the eons'.dera15; >; the next Congress, "brings Into national notice a jcroup of interesting personal!ties. H| Two;weeks njz;o it had been lira- tiealv decided that there would be 1 .'1 majority members In on Vl ho new Ways and Means Committee?seven from the south w and six from the North. The Northern 'Democrats thought tliis was not exactly the best tiling for the parly. Th y went to Mr. Clark with a suggestion that there ought to be another man from the Northern States. 'How many are on the slate us it stands?" asked the Speakm or-to-be. 'Thirteen." was tlie reply. Then by all means add ailA other," said Mr. Clark. *'1 for 0110 | don't want 13 men to write a J .Democratic tariff bill....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 February 1911

p * ! Oranges < Sweet nnd Juicy nil 8lzoe at your own price, 'JUo. 35c. 55c 4(H\o0c per dozen. f Nuts The Hi truest Stock and Host Assortment Candy FChocolules. Darby's Assorted Chocolates 30c A peril*. Loose Candy and Candy In Boxes all kinds oT Candy. I Fruit Cake 30c and 2&o per pound. Stt (cut ?iinfs * Hcaioter -mm?? ?onsolibaleb |% ^.V^ t l ^Slovembcv 16, 190^ ? SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1911. I Johnston, Day & Terry Co. TFIQNK 24 VOLUME 45. . sltMpmS" ARE DOWN AND OUT Control of 1'atronago Mi run It to Nintli District, ami Can't Control State Committee Norfolk, Va, Jan. 28.?With their Federal) patronage control at Washington fast ebbing. Congressman Ilascom S'.omp and National itepubii -an Commit tee inan Alvah 11. Mart'n, who have dominate! (J. (). P. in Virginia for the last four yeare are rapidly losing thoir grip upon the State organization. District leaders are deserting the SlompMartln political craft like rats from la sink...

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

r 2 SAN FRANCISCO ? GETS EXPOSITION.' House Votes in Favor of Western City tor Panama vvivurntiuii. Washington, Jan. 31.?The House of Representatives today by a vote of 188 to 159, decided in favor of San Francisco, and against New Orleans, as the city in which an exposition to celebrate the opening of the Panama canal in 1915 shall be held. This vote was taken on a roll call to deterniine whether the San Francisco resolution or the New Orleans bilJ should have consideration in the House. On a final vote the San Francisco resolution was passed by ; a vote of 259 to 43. The advocates j of San Francisco, are claiming tonight that their fight is won and that the Senate will ratify the action f i of the House. t San Francisco won by capturing j ! the Republican vote in the House ( New Orleans, support came from the t Democrats. Only thirty ltepubli- | cans, voted for New Orleans. Thir- | ty-six Democrats voted for San Francisco. f No Aiu Asked. ( The San Francisco resolution does 1 not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 February 1911

! W. C. T. U. COLUMN OITK'KKN or KAI.cn W. O. T. 1*. "resident?Mrs. Mlniah llobhs Day. - Correspond In* secretary Mrs. J. K. Shank. ^ 'tecortllnsr Secretary?Mrs. P. H.Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens, vice-Presidents?Mrs. Chas. Price, Mrs. Geo. fMoyer, Mrs. .1. k. nnatiK, sirs. Lucy ituni, ami an*. II. T. Somones. Ktipcriuf omloiitN of l>r|inrlmon<K. Almshouse and Evangelism-Mrs. C. B.Obonahain. literature?Mr*. C. W. Price. Medal Contents- Mrs. Clina. Corbitt. Florence Crittenton llomo and Purity?Mrs. K It. Moore. Press?Mrs. M. H. I>av. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldlors and Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Mover. #* social Meeting's and Ued Letter Days?Miss Maggie WUltesell. Flower Mission?Mrs. Chas. Wilson. Medical Tftmpcranco?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Forguson. Unf^rmented Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. ====^rxr=^=r============^^ IThe Times-Register and Sentinel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 February 1911

r I Jtalm Ximco--i?cg B I'UltLltfHKD KVKKY THUK8 I Salem Printings Pub F. It. Waltkks, Kuitoh j ISubseripti One tfear, Nine Month* Six Month*, ..... Three Mouths PHON1 The Portuguese government has decided to pay the exiled King Manuel a pension of $8,800 a month. lly living economically for a few; months he may he able to save enough to have a real jo'.ly time in Paris for a short white. The narrow margin by which a little hoy escaped the loss of an J eye from a shot from a gun in the Can nds of a companion on the street recently, should warn parents to exercise more care in allowing children to handle dangerous weapons. M'e have always believed irresponsible cliildietirhould be prevented by law from carrying such weapons outside their own promises. Certainly parents should discourage this habit. In tliis utilitarian age when all questions are viewed from a "practical" standpoint, we are triad to note that Congress lias 1 enough sentiment left to set its foot flatly on the proposit...

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

SALE COMING AND GOING Those Wlio Come ami Those Who (io Aiiiotur the Hosts of Those You Know. Miss E. II. D^iy is confined' to her homo h.v sickness. Mr. I), n. BaskervMle, who has h en i'l with pneumonia, is im roving. Mr. Gilbert Clhie, of Brunswick, Md., is the guest of his mother on the Boulevard. \fiv .Tnhn P Rnnl li? r\f Pnlnc, Times-Register and Sentinel. PU11LI8HR!) RVKKY THURSDAY. to Koto no v. o atoai o *o r*o * o?t o ?to no o 51 o We Make all the Candy ? o we Sell, consequently, ? ? o we Sell all the Candy ? o we Make. r - y o In buying from the makers, o vdu get it Cheapest and ? ? Freshest. ? If We have not spared time, tal- c y ent or money in prepartion o ^ of our * 8 ~ FANCY * PACKAGES ? o g % Call and inspect and your good ^ o taste will not allow you to *| o go away empty-handed. ji 2 PAUL STAMUS CO. 3 o NAUSN, VA, arj OMOfeCfeOfeOfcOfcOttOfcOitOfeOStOllOll "electric" LIGHT 8 AVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK DONE , EY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 February 1911

r b /vyii? I / (// I/Ill CRUSH ICR LOCALS. I \s vv ? hnv:? not hoard anything from Din-? belle for bo vera V weeks thought perhaps you would not ohj a*t to a few items from some one else. Work is picking up some in our Little valley. Mr. E. K. bright, ho recently moved into our miiist lias torn down his old house and is building a new one. Mr. O. J. McDonald has built a cottage on his father's land and bus moved into it. Mr. It. II. Hammond has sheddVed his bam and is building shan't i on for workmen. Miss Mab'.-o McDonald and Miss ifiiiuu oiiiiLiii wore visitoig ?iis, C. I j. Smith hist week. .Miss Lou Smith, of Salem, is visiting Mrs. .lolin Cameron this week. Mr. James G lea son, of Roanoke, Ls visiting" his wife and child here it his week. Mr. r. Treynor lias just returned from Roanoke where he has been visiting relatives. Mr. J. Ik R. Cameron is wearing u (broad smile at his school this week, says he has a 10 lb boy at his house. Mr. \V. Ik Smith, who has been located at Glenva...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 February 1911

I For Dm % : ItRADSHAW NEWS. $ There is no news, but rather , than be accused of laziness 1 will try to write a few lines anyway. A ? '%? IT Till . I i ? r .>11. .*1. II. JIIVKS Cjpeill IV IUW days in Salem last week. Mr. G. C. Bain lias "been planing some (lumber lately, lie sti'I lias a good bit of p ailing to do before ^ moving his engine to begin sawing. Mr. Joseph Bain lias been somewhat indisposed for several days Mr. A. J. Stump's little daughter Georgia was quite sirk for a few days but is better now. Mr. E. T. Moore lias been 011 the sick list for some time. There lias been several new phones put in lately and the owners are trying to see if they are i good. Mr. W. .1. Bradford has gone to r<..?iy.U.? ...:f? i.?...? 1 vji ui^iu/ m iiiu, 11.0 wuc iivnur. i iu will bo married to Miss Ida Francisco tomorrow (Tuesday). We wish them a long and prosperous liTe.' "We are having; some more winter after our spring-like weather of the last few days. Mr. G. C. Ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 February 1911

J I ( liioa^o Smoke Kxpenstve. I Smoke costs the citizens or Ch:1 i;co '$21,830,000 n year or about H SiO |?er capita, according: to staI t is ties given out by City Smoke I Inspector Bird. B Because of the smoke Mr. Bird [xaysltlu? laundries air reaping a harvest ami that clothing merL ;hants, dyers, house renovators ' ml painters aiul operators of itin mant vacuum cleaning ma-tdvines rapid'v are becoming million aires. ' The idea of determining just v. hat smoke costs each Cliicaj every year came to me v ' m a similar experiment was made n Cleveland." he sail. 'I a id that Chicago our loss is $10 per capita, or a little matt; i-.of $21,830,000 a year. ' This condition could be remedied in three or four years if we hud (the men and money lo go an. ad. As the matter stands now, we are able to make headway against! the violators and h we-a host of suits in the courts a 1 the time." 'Preacher I>eelares War on "Machine" of Methodism. It % I Declaring there is too much watere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 February 1911

Oranges Sweet n<! Juicy till Sl/?'s at your own price, Utk\ 25o, Hoc 10c, .?> per dozen. N u ts Tlie IJiifKcst Stock ami l'.cst Assortment Candy 'Chocolales, Darby's Assorted Chocolates aOe gf per lt>. Loose Candy ami Cundy in Itoxos all kinds of Candy. I Fruit Cake 20c and _r.e per i>ound. Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'PHOWK 24 VOLUME 45. DIOCRATS FAVOR I CANADIAN TREATY Party Is Plcdtrcd To Vote lor Reelprocit y Atfrci'inent in the House. Washington, Feb. 6?Favorable action or the house on the Canadian reciprocity agree II .1 ?^?' " 11 III! II \ -v . * S'alcnt % int e % Jleniftfer -BIRID* ^ (Stortdolibaieb Sentinel 1STox>ember 16, 1903 *> SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 19U. merit was assured tonight when the caucus of the Democratic representatives formally pledged the party to vote for the agreement. A resolution endorsing the Canadian agreement! was carried DO to 22. On motion of Mr. Clark of Miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 February 1911

E K 2 SIXTH DISTRICT I TEACHERS' MEETING, GatheriiiR at Bedford City) With a Great Program and Prospects of Fine Kesu.ts. The first annual conference of teachers of the Sixth congressional district will be held at Bedford City, Marcn %z, j, ana 4. According to the program, the first session will be held iu the Methodist Sunday school room at which t State Superintendent J. J), Kggleston will make an address. On Friday evening. March 3, the conferi - ence will pe addressed by Superinl tendont Harris Hart of Roanoke and Mr. R. O. Stearnes, formerly of Sa lem. secretary of the State board of education. The day sessions will consist of round table discussion. The high school teachers aud principals will meet in the court house, the primary aud grammar grade teachers will meet in the Methodist Sunday school room. It is the aim of the conference to make these round table discussions informal. No one is invited to make a set speech, but every one is expected to express himself freely on al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 February 1911

w. C. I. U. COLUMN OrriCKKN OF NALEX W. V. T. IT. "resident?Mrs. Mliuah Hobbs Day. Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. 11. Shank. Recording Secretary?Mrs. P. 11. Clark. y/f Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. vJoe-Presidents?Mrs. Clias. Price, Mrs. Geo. Moyer, Mrs. J. B. Shank, Mrs. Luey ltuhl, and Mrs. H. T. Seinones. Superintendents of Departments. Almshouse and Evangelism -Mrs. C. E.Ohenshain. Literature?Mrs. C. W. Price. Medal Contests -Mrs. Chas. Corb'tt. Florence Crltfcenton Home and I'urlty?Mrs. E. It. Moore. Press - Mrs. M. II. Drv. Humlay School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. Stu'lal Meotlnirs and Red Letter 'Hays?Miss y Maggie Whltesell. Flower Mission?Mrs. Chas. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. Mothers' Meotlnirs?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unfermented Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. LOWlS. [The Times-Register and Sentinel, at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 February 1911

rwm> ...lyn. .HI,, y - ^alcm $imcs-IUfl I PUBLISHED KVKKY THDKi Salem Printings Put f. ii. waltkiu) editor Subscript One fear, Nine Mouths, Six Month*, Three MoiiMik, .... PHON The Roanoke Times and the K\oniug News refers to our new fei?a> college as "Oatmont." Not quite so verdant as that uoighbor. What could possibly have been the matter with Senator 1 leyburn, of Idaho, the other day when a resolution passed the Senate providing: for the use of army teats by the Confederate veterans at the reunion at 1/ittlo Rock nexti summer?* True, his one feeble vote was heard in opposition to the measure, but wo are surprised that he let slip so good an opportunity to get in the limelight. lie evidently learned a lesson last year. Canadian Reciprocity. If you imagine it will bo an ........ .....it,,,. r,,|. i ||(> llnmnerat (t'UOjr iliuvvui ?v ie Congress to rcnliice the tariff, disabuse your mind of this error, 4"or every step along this line will fi&amp...

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