ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel,... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,562 items from Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,562 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1904

???"^n ' ?onsolibateb J'J, 'SJlotwOTbar 16, 1003 * VoL 39^ : SAXjEM, VIRGIN LA ^THU^s!) AY, DECEMBER 15,1904. No 29 Ann AAA WAAAAM t?l AMI " - I DIIfkVt'B J"Y,> ' * * " 1 Xliil.ijU'/ HM IN STATb Of Virginia, *o Say a Itcport ol Ilitrcnti of Animill Industry. Eattinntcd Value #17,!>20,:tM8 or] $08.1MI a Head?Slieep, Cattle ami Swine. Washington, I). U , Dec. 12?The twentieth annual report of the bureau of aS'uuil industry is out. Among the valuuMe information from the several States is> considerable statistical information regai?iiug the animal industry of Virgiuia. Virginia has 259,907 horses, coined at $17,920,388. The average price of these Virginia horses a head is $08 97. This is a pretty good average, although many of the States range up above $80 and $90. The t 11-- TT.!i- 1 O. . ?Yci<*gc lur nie u nucu nraies 's $'59 93. The lowest average is founu in Now Mexico, where horses hive .an average v.ilue of $17 52. There are abou 41,599 ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1904

HORRIBLE AFFLICTIONS. . } A Case of Peculiarly Sad anil j Extraordinary Conditions in Bedford?All Five Child- I ren Half Witted?Lap 1 Liquid Food Like i Animals. < The Bedford correspondent of < the Lynchburg News tells this distressing story: "There is in this county a cas ) of oflliction ?h?' | robably has no parallel, and cannot fail to touch with sympathy and < pity anyone who sh..11 see or hear the facts. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell uro two most excellent J respectable people, who livo 1 about soveu miles distant, and ; a*c wen know in Bedford City, and the following facts in con-!' nection with them are known 1 from personal observation and | knowledge. The*-- have been 1 born to Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell I five cnildre i who are afflicted ' in most singular and distressing manner with a congenital disease known as Frederick's ataxia. The oldest is now nineteen years of ago, the others ' range down to eight or ten. They are absolutely helpless, 1 cannot ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1904

Hi I TIMES-REGISTER A Nil SENTINEL B THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15. 19<H The quality and quantity of the crops depend on a sufficiency of Potash jn the soil. ^Fertilizers whlchaje II tow in rotasn win never piuuucc J satisfactory results. .} ' i Evety fanner should, be familiar with the proper proportions of ingredients that go to nuke the nest fertilisers for evety kind of crop. We hive published a series of boob, containing the latest researches on this ill* important subject, which we will send free if you ask. Write now while you think of III to the OCMJilt KALI WOBK9 Hew York?95 Nsmus Wrest, or Atlanta, Qa-South Broad 8trwt. of All (<obool children should be carefully r watched, and if tlie least defect appears it fchould have careful attention before it is too late. You can greatly assist your child in school by baviog 1 their lifft.s headaches relieved with our comfort giving glasses. Don't delay but see Dr. Moore on or after t Otober 5th, as he will be in his o...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1904

THE HOHE CIRCLE. A Column llovoted to 'fired Mothers as They Join The Home Cirelc. TIIH ItUSY MAN. If you want to net a favor done By s ;me obliging ft!cud. And waut a prow-se, s?fe and Mire, On which you may depend. Don't g > to hiui who at wax s hi * Muca I ire tiiue t<? plan. Hut. if jo'i want tavor done, Just ask the busy man. The man with leisureni ver I as A moment he cm sp nr. He's always 'putting oh" tititil His friends are in despair. But he win se every waking hour Is crowded full ol work Forg-ta the ait of was ing time? II.. rannrl I,. .11.1. So if you want a fiivor done. And want it r>>r'it away, (J'? to the utan who constantly Works thirty hours a day. He'll find u monieut, sure, somewhere, That has no other us a. And fix you white the idle tnnu Is ftand k an excuse. Beauty is a tlangerous gift. It i3 even so. Liko wealth it lias ruined its thousands. Thousands of the most beautiful women ure destitute of common sense and comm...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1904

V * > mm \ THE iUECH OF TO-DAY lias no (Soud Itcason for Kxlstence?This the Distressl'iif* Conclusion ltcadicil By a I'romiint'iit Ministor's AVIl?. 0 In tho current number i?f tie Metropolitan Magazine tho pre sent and future of the Christian church?a subject of considerable magnitude, by tho way? are discussed by a minister's wife, who manages to reach the rauifr uiMrwpmi conclusion tli it the church of today hue no good reason for existence. Still, it docs exist, and is, In all odds, the greatest power on earth. Considering where and when and how it started, the work it lias accomplished, and its present facilities for carrying on its work. It really seems to us that it owes no apology for daring to exist. But, having easily disposed of the church of today, the minister's wife goes on to speak, as if by authority, of the church of to-morrow. She thinks "the indications aro that the church as a social and philanthropic orginizition will survive." In it will ho "centered...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1904

u. lu*>* irnmmmmmKmmmmm?mmm?m i I i ? J>alem $imes-|Up frblisnsn icvkry thhrsda Salem Printing and F c. i). dbnit, w. w. mcclunu. huh Subscriptioi One Year Nine Mouths ...... Hi* Months Three Months ... ... 'PHONES, NUMB THURSDAY, DECEI There are indications that wo aro to soon have ?if not a now town hall, certainly an enlarged and much improved one. For <p that surely the Salem people Jc will bo thankful. ? N If Mrs. Chad wick lias not al- 0j ready been engaged to goon the g, stage when the courts arc through with her, wo are pro- p pared to offer her as much as a, $2 50 a week to star for us as "Queen of Carnegie Fakirs" in a play to be spec ally written on CJ frenzied finance by C. B. di Ronick, .'Esq., who will also w stage and manage it. y, The South Boston News is advocating W. P. Barksdalo for lieutonaut-governor because of h< his "able and faithful services w rendered to tho Democratic party in the last campaign." Yee, wo recall t...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1904

1 if. ^ i W. B. T. 0. WOBI. : t officers sjulrm w. c. t. it. ProtrtWnt.-Jlri. Mlniati Hobbs Day. Vloa-PresldcnU.?Mr*. F. 8. Campbell, Mrs I B. K. Moore, Mrs. J. T, Petin, Mrs. P. II , Martin. t Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland, j Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. I Ferguson. c Treasurer.?Mrs. W. n. Dillard. Saperlateadeals of Drpartmrnts. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. ' Obenchaln. \ . Florence Crittcntnu llomo. ? Mrs. F. F. Campbell. g Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. II. Whltescarver. Press Suiii.i-lnteniliwit? Mrs K. I(. Martin* I His Timk-Kkciiitkk and Snntinkl, at 'h?ir rtqumt. Dos placed a column at the Ufxp xat of the mrniHt aud faithful wotn?n }{ttiH \V. O T. I'nioti who will have entire q etui g-? of it, aud berespocHihlQ f r all matter ibetfio. It promts h to bean inton* icg tea'ure of tbe pai>er, and we oommeud h . careful parusd > { the department.?Hps J * ltcgular Meeting, t Our regular lug was held a...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1904

^ ' I WHITE CHRISTMAS, Says Mr. Kicks?Little* Lute With Forecast, But Variety of Weather it* l'rotniseil for December. The liev. Irl R. Hicks is a little belated with his prognostications for this u?t_uith, out the var iety of weather ho offers will atone for the delay. Says he: First storm period, reactionary. This period is central on 1 st, 2nd and 3rd. 15y U e 1st a well-deffued chango to falling barometer, warmer weather and j ureas 01 rain will ue advancing from the West. Change to colder, with rain turning to snow and sleet, will follow on the western side of theso disturbances. Freezing weather will prevail generally for a few days after these storms. Second storm period, regular, extending from the 5th to the 10th. There will be a change to warmer and from the Gth to 10th general ra ns will move eastward over the country. While electrical storms are probable at the first, look for sudden and sweeping change to mlloll OnlllllP hpinnr!"'? " ?, ui inking a turn wave out of tho ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1904

- -?v. ? -- 1 1 -?r - . *-'4' . * SB. ! . , JL.y *T\ i (EonsoUbatcb 'USTooember 10, 1003 $ Vol.39. SALBm7VIRGINIA, THUHSDiW^ DECEMBER 22, 1904. No. 30. = , LUX i nrtiit.iffli* ? ?* n.. n?n?..*i I A UHK1STI&S 8'IUUKlNli Tlio Mate of Wlilcli Contained JjUlOO?Represented Years of llMttt l abor and Self-Hacrlficc?-Who Got the Stocking. Farmer Estey stood at a front j window of his comfortable home, leaning hi* elbows on the sash and < gazing out thoughtfully at the bent ] figure of an old woman coming up ( the path. As she neared the steps, ] he o|>ened the door, nodded his { head and exclaimed: "Ho, ho, so you've brought n?c ] another of thein, eh?" ? "I've brought you two," answered the woman proudly, "and twenty- j 6 ve cents over." s ! ^ I ' > - /\nu one uamieu loiticricti larmer < two dollars and a quarter. t ' But may lie you're too busy to t attended to me just now," she said, t half apologetically and half appeal- f iugly. ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1904

r LOVE ntD OF MIB, Sn>s 1011a Wlieelcr Wilcox, the , llest Means ol* Improving Condition For the I>i?satisfied Woman. Love the Winning Factor. Away off in a little country town in California u tnechauic's wife with a craving mind and a hungry heart is wondering what she can do to better heroalf ?w I ttT " ? ? ovii. Iiiuuiiitiij . liiv llljj UIIIUU^ people who caro only to work ' and save, I having no pleasure, uud coufesB that 1 am very discontented with my lot," she writes. "Can you tell me what to do to get what I want9" Her case is typical of thousands of growing souls all over this great, ambitious, restless land. Tho money ambitiou has hold of our men; the ambition for mental advancement has possession of our women. To this woman, and to all like her, it is soemingly useless to siy, "Learn tho law of mental concentration" unless that law is explained. When it is explained it sounds much like the old orthodox promise of "happiness in Heaven" to tho restless...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1904

FT" ' ~~ : =r? fllES-BEGBTEfi AND SENTINEL. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1901. S 1 ' . ,. .A. ? . .. . tr GOOD POTATOES V MING FANCY PRICES ? To (row bin crop of rood potatoes, the 1 ooU must cooUio^pleoty^o^Potash. | |g &fjto3SEBS?l Potash Hberally by the in of fertUiicra cmutalat a not hu than H> per (Nt MtMl PMMk. iter and more produbln rtclda are eure to low. . Our pamphlets are not ndrert'ein* circular* boomin* special fertiliser*. but contain rain* able Information to tanners. Seat tree lor Uae asking. Write now. OBRMAN KAU WORKS Naw York?Nassau Street, or Atlanta, Ga.?aaX South Bread BC ^feSofAll school children should be carefully watched, and if the least defect ap. pears it should have careful attention before it is too late. You oan greatly assist your child in school !?y having their Eyes headaches relieved with our couifort giving glasses. Dou't rielny but see Dr. Moore ou or after Ot-'ber 5th, as he will be In his cfllee regularly tben. Dr. Robt. I*. M...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1904

THE HOME CIRCLE. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Joiu the Home Circle. WIFE TO HUSBAND. Linger not loDg. Home i- not borne without thee: 1U deans'. U keus do but unike me uiouru, O, let Its memory, like h chain about thee, Ueotly compel and haateu tby return! I.li ger Dot long Though crowi's- should woo thy s'ajng. Bethink thee, can th? mi.tb- of friends, tboi ;:b dear. Compensate for the grief t lot g dels ylog C? s's the fond heart that sigt s to have the here? -Linger net long. How s' ull 1 watch thy coming? As evening shadows stretch o'er moor and dell. When the wild bee hath cessed her busy humming And silence barge ou all tbiDgs like a spel ! H. "'e, btsts thee home uuto tby mountain dwelling Haste, as a tdrd unto i!s peaceful n<s ! nt-sie es MKin, ('trough temp; ?t!? wide ami SWflllDg. Kliee toils haven ot securistrts ! A Picture From Ileal Lite. A comfortable home, with nothing more than ordinary surroundings, but an attractive daughter carefully and c...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1904

r? * f ii^Tcrair" Witness Stated He Wan Sealed to a Dead Woman For Lllii While He Had ? Better * . Halt' Living? Dining the investigation into the chso of U. S. Senator Smoot by the Seuate committee a few days ago, some queer Moi nan practices were unearthed. August Luudstrom was recalled for cross examination before the Senate committee on privih ges and eleclious. Attorney Vau Cott, for Senator Smoot, asked the witness if he had ever considered the obligations taken in the temple as a huge joke or in the light of a vaudeville performance. "I always regarded the Oftt.hR AD wie.rod-" lie said. Then h j declared that men cannot puss through the temples to tukc endowments for women. The witness told the committee also of the penalties of multilation prescribed for revealing the tokcus or violating the covenants. The whole congregation passiug through the temple repeated after the tirst person the obligations and penalties and executed the songs accompanying them, lie was asked if he h...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1904

r . ? J&alcm ?imea-|Ui| PnnL18HKI> CTSEV rHUtlBl Salem Printing and C. D. DENi: W. W. McCLUNtl. 1] Subscript One Voar Nine Months fciix Months ...... Three Months ' 'PHONES, MUM THURSDAY, DECE TIIE .SEASON JOYFUL. Christmas, tho glorious seah m, is at hand again, and lavish are tho preparations that are b )ing mado for its observance? a proper observance, wo earnestly trust. The merchants of this section have made ample provision to supply us with all that is good to eat and proper to driuk; the small boys and girls have already flattened their nos 's on tho candy and toy-shop windows, in longing and happy anticipations; while the multitudinous array of toy monkeys, horses, elephants, nheop and dogs, to say nothing of the protty dolls, the enticiug candy piles displayed, carry us back to our boyhood days?to powder-blistered faces nnd amateur menageries. But aside from all all this, Christmas- with each return, brings with it many fond ro-l collodions and a tra...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1904

flr * ? v c i*.#3 . 1 [ ; r w. pflBpc^ ngg j ok . ir HBH I & I a / AGQBISm MING/ CONTINUED FltOM PACE ONE. "Not always," she replied sharply, and went about her work. She was nettled because ho had caught her with her face red aud her hair mussed and her hands in the wash iug, quite as much as she was shocked by the stolen kiss. But her rival, caring nothing for money laid away, which he knew nothing about, swung through the doorway aud went to greet his aunt. "I am glad to see you looking so well," she said. "While Betsy aud I are Gnishing the work, would you miud cutting some wood and bringing it into the shed for tomorrow?" Henry frowned. He had come down to his aunt's by her invitation, expecting nothing but a gcod time, with plenty to eat and a good rest. Here he was asked at once to go out and ohop wood. But the aunt looked at hiin so wonderingly as he hesitated that he broke into a smile at the thought of the joke ou him, took off his coat and went to work. Betsy,...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 December 1904

M BITTEN OFF By Mad Horse?II? l>ld Not Know It Was Gone Until tlio Doctor Told Htui. Lynchburg, Va., December 18.?Word was received here today of a peculiar accident to Moses Dooley, a prominent f tuner, who lives at Bedford * Springs, Bedford county. Mr. Dooley was watering a colt from a bucket. An old horse attempted to drive the colt away au i Dooley struck it on its nose with his hand. The horse retaliated and bit Dooley's nose off close to the face. Dooley did not know the member was ? goue until he went to a physician for treatment. C'huluetl Beur fur Boy to Kill. Now Orleans, La., Dec. 21.? Norvill T. Harris, a millionaire sugar planter, has adopted a novel expedient to make a true Fportsman of his son. The boy pleaded to go on a bear hunt with his father in the Louisiana hills. To cultivate his nerve rnd make the boy believe he was getting a taste of real sport, Harris advertised in country papers until he obtained s goodsized bear cub. He had the animal chained t...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1904

m ?on?ol6rticb 1^"^^ ^j//^[,/^1if, ll^ jf7 ^UTouember lt>, 1003 0- | t , Vol.39 SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1904. No 31 ti MURDER IT BiWD. Woman mid tier Adopted Child l>t?ad With Skull Crushed In. Husband Held For Crime. House Set on Fire to Conceal Murders? Taken to Roanoke ForSufe- _ ketpiui;. East Iiadford, Va., Dtfetober 2C. ?The most horrible crime in the history of the town ushered in Christmas Day at Radford, and onr people are filled with hotter and indignation. Mrs. James Linkous has been murdered in cold blood, with her little adopted sod, Willie, and everything points to the husband as the murderer. Added to the doable murder is the crime of arson, the heartless wretch who dealt the blow having Qred the house to hide his guilt, notwithstanding the fact that it w:i8 occupied by another fumily. The town was aroused between 3:30 and 4 o'clock by the clung of the fire bell, and the fire company, responding, found the building on Second stree...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1904

ft THE MILK WHiTE JOE. "Was Q;ueu of & Poxyei^ul Tribe of Indluus ? Anil a Black Chief Would Make Her Ills Wife But is Rejected?Casts a Spell Over Her. The sound was so faint that only the ears of the skilled luminal.m might hear it. It ?auio from hundreds of tiny hoof* mnilliui hv llio irrnnu in tfie mountain park. "Antelope!" Together we lay face downward, I and my Indian guide, with our long rifles at easy rest, and awaited the coming of the bund. It dashed over a hogsback and into full view, a wildly leaping, struggling, unduiutiug mass of reddish brown, white tufted bodies stretched to the fullest speed. Nervous? Yes, for in a moment more the band would pass us within easy rango. We lay with forefingers on the triggers as the timd animals, wild with fear, skimmed along rs if wafted by the spirit of the wind. Now they . are directly opposite. We will never have such another shot. Onward they dash and pass so closely by that it seems we can hoar their heartbeats. Thei...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1904

? ' J " * " - rim \ . l 1 I \ T1WES-BEG18TER AX3 SEHTINEL. THURSDAY. DECBUBRR 2J. 1001 _ ^ _ - __ Belte^ruil^^ter Profits Better peaches, apples, pears nttd | berries are produced when Potash is liberally applied to the soil. To I insure a full crop, of choicest quality, use a fertiliser containing not less 1 than to per cent, actual Potash WL Send for our practical hook* of information ; Bjjk they are not advertitinc pamphlet., booming KgBm ? .pet i..I feitllUen, hut are authoritative tjl | llll treatises. Sent tree for the asking. Tk \ajy* OERMAN ICAU WORKS ??J Wmmi "H&S of All school children should bo curefullj' watched, nud if the IcHst defect appears it thouhl have careful attention before it I* too late. You can greatly assist. your child io school by having their Eyes headaches relieved vrftli our couifort giving glasses. I)ou't ( delay but see Dr. Moot *> on or efter Ot -ber 5th, as he will be ii his odlce regularly then. .* Dr. Hobt. L. Iftoore* Eye ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1904

THE HOME CIRCLE. A Column lledicated to Tired Mother* ?s Tliey .loin the Home Cirele. WHEN PAW WAS A HOY. I wHbt' I'd b-en here when My fa* he nas a boy; They must have bieu excitement then When iny yaw was a bo>; In ecbool he always twk the prize. He ? s *d to In k b js his s'/. ? 1 bet folks all bad bu'niu' eyrs . When iny | a * was a li ?v There was a ?<-t oT w inders done When my |u* wta a i> >y; H.>w ^ranil|*:i mi s' have loved his s in NV hen uiy pa > v.ribi)! He'd iret the coal and chop the wood. aqu itiu>ik up everytning tie could T i Always be j'st as sw?et and g rod ? Wben my paw wrs a boy, Then everything was in its place, V\ hen my raw wis a boy: ' How he could ra s!e jump and race. .When my pvw was a boy! He never, never dis beyed: He beat in every g uue he played? Ue?! what a record there w*s made v\ hen my piw was u boy! I wifht' at I'd been here when My |?r he was a bo\ ; Th-y'll nt ver be b...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x