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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 December 1907

c<m W ' ' * . 'S KRIS KRINGLE COME if __l4. 444^ ^ ^ lA/iYi ^ * . | j Presents S l giSwFLdRiDroiiSHcHs^ cffl Cil'jLfttl|j5 * I-ifrf K'lt "tSSSSSt. I At SCO. 2?c. ?o^ 40c aud 50C. ?> ^ ~ J.' Table Linens, Napkins anil H Vt'R HTURK IN IOAII I. II WITH ^ i'OWflS, MI'll S 3)1(1 liillllfS rS^XSSSSTm *A T# Neckwear, Overcoats and MMM "*" >tnl?wl* JTiisr I ' (/ (| 'V Anonta for Holeproof Hosier)* nr-PKOMPT DELIVERY. PHONE at. 'J.?? .'.t v and Royal Worcester Corseta VOLUME 42. iSALEM^VIR(MN rA^THUISDAY, DECEMBER !' >, 1907. nTjMBER 30 | AN tVtNINli Willi A FAMOUS WOMAN Interview With utid Sketch of Oue Whose Writings Hnve Greatly Aided Many to Better Lives. WritU uexpressly tor tlio Times Kexlster anil Soutinel, by Rlanchc Goodman Sllllman. Mrs. Amelia E. Barr, the delightful writer, is making her home at Bret toe Hall, N. Y. 1 can not tell you with what charmed eagerness we listened to her the other evening, in our room, tell about how she came ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 December 1907

2 ' A LIST OF DELINQUE RETURNED FOR THE NON PA DUE FOR TH tows or s ArmstrouK. Fannie et a!s, lot I s*c 5, Salem Aj^oer, W. T. lot C icc 51, McClelland additi Booker, W. O. lots 14. 15, 10 sec. 1 Salem Di Brown, J. R. O. and W. E. lot (45x100ft) M Barber. Dock lo 57 Palmer addition Co version. 1* O. lot 2 sec I, Hocknian additi Cocka, U. Milton lot 20. Salem Improveaiei Christian's. C. F. heirs lot!) sec3 M L. and Campbell. J. W. lots 15 and 10 sec 20. .Salem Conrad, Eugene lot 2s>c67. Salem Improve Cr>cke. H M. Jot 20 Palmer addition Daniel, J. K lot on Kim Street Prantz, Mrs. V. V It lot i of 111 and 32 Salt Fluke, John lot 20 sec 3."'. Salem Improveme 1'inke, .1. A. ami Wenu inl on Alabama strc Callebrr. W T. lot 1 s?c 1, H. L Company Ciluier, J. H. lot I sec 20. Sa'ern Improvemi Ora8h. H. K lot 12 sec .17. 8. 1. Company U ratify, F. L lot Id see 11 M L. It. Ooaipau; Ha alio. Mrs B. M 1-5 of an aero Kasey AO Hopkins. Matilda lot 10 Mont Addition Hudson and D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 December 1907

THE MONEYLESS MAN!. UY HBNRY T. STANTON. ! This poem In one of iuauy exquisite compositions from the pen of tho late MhJ. Ileury T. Stsnton, of Kentucky. He was a distinguished Confederate soldier aud for iuauy years after the civil war edited and published the Frankfort Y'eoiuan. He published a volume of poems which eujoyed a ? large sale aud brought him words of coiuinend&tlon fiom iuauy eminent men of letters. Several of Ills lyrics have been set to'music. j le tlier? no secret place on the face of the earth. "Where charity dwelletli. where virtue has birth? Where bosoms in mercy and kindness will heave, When the poor and the wretched shall ask and receive? Is there no place at all, where a knock from the poor, Willbriug a kind angel to open the door? Ah, search the wide world wherever you can. There is no open door for the Moneyless Man <io, look in you hall where the chandelier's light Drives off with its spleudor the darkness of night. Where the rich-han...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 December 1907

m 4 J>aUnt iimcs-flej PUBLISHED EVKRY THUK8 Salem Printing and C. D. DKNI W. W. MuCLUNO. I Subscripti Oue Your .... . Nino Months ...... Six Months Three Months ..... -PHONI Hefore another ls?ue of this paver the trlntl ChriBtmns season will have passed. The opportunity is taken now, therefore, to wish for each and every oue of our readers a happy and joyous dny of it. We are of those who feel that the very best that can be vouchsafed them by a kind Providence is none too good for our friends; therefore there is no limit to our host wishes for one Hud all. Poor old Kentucky! She went Republican in the recent election, and since that time she has been nftlicted by "night riders,', and is now threatened by the Insurance Companies to cancel their policies in certain sections because of this last allliction. Her troubles are not coming singly; but she has sinned and she must euffer. "Is Cleveland to lead auti-Bryi.u forces?" Is the heudiug of a dispatch iii a New York uewopap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 December 1907

- ' . !^p. * ?y ^- -,T Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED KVBKV TIIUK8DAY. f For that | i Dandruff J |aaMni aw S There is one thing that will C MC it Ayer's Hair Vigor. It i a regular scalp-medicine. ! It quickly destroys the germs I which cause this disease. ; j The unhealthy scalp becomes j , 1 healthy. The dandruff disap- ; I pears, had to disappear. A j I healthyscalpmeansagreatdeal i 1 to you ? healthv hair, no da:;- I druff,no pimples, no eruptions. Tho boat kind of a testimonial ? "Sold lor over sixty yours." A MiJ? hj J. C Ay?r Co.. Uowall, .-ijo. Also meuufiictururi of i 9 SAXSAI'AKILLA. /?ijers Tlio Biggest Bug in this old world is tho humbug. But one'of Tlllett'M deputies, armed with a search warrant, wouldn't find the sotnblance of hnmbnggery in the shoes that M-c-N-E-A-C-E, 11 East Campbell avenue, sells. M-C-H-E-A-O-E doesn't, let his dollars get cold. He turns over Ills money in a hurry. He sells solid leather footwear at short profit aud re-investp. His winter st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 December 1907

THE WORLD'S NEEDJ 1 ho world loves old customs, j It loves to move in old ruts. It j lilVl'U l ! e / \!.i ntnut.kMu I ?RUVl dUVO | arid Error. And if, perchance, some genius comes along, whose J impressive fingers sweep the; harp-airings of human hearts till they vibrate with the sweeter melodies of life, gre^n-eyed Kuvy and resentful Prejudice will cry out, "Innovator! Innovator! Dreamer! Destroyer of our idols! Crucify him! Crucify hire!" aud the world will deliver him over. Why does it not appreciate and scatter flowers along tho pathway of all men who are endeavoring to lead it out of the darkuess into the light, while they are in the flesh? Why does it scatter thorns beneath the ! weary feet of its benefactors and reserve its roses for their colli us and its tears of sympathy for their graves? while yet he sang? Whv did it not hang upon the lips of Byron before his lips were dust? Why did it wait until tho mystery of life was veiled in the mystery of death to learn that the sou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 December 1907

W. CO. COLUMN ornvEiw nALii.ii w. c. T. v. President.?Mrs. Ml mail llobbs Day. Vlce-PYwidonta.?Mrs. L. M. Lee. Mr*. A. N. Rrawn, Mr*. Julia Strohocker, Mr*. K. K. Moore, Mr*. W. 11. Koblnson. ? Kccordlng Secretary.?Mr*. (J. K. Moycr. Corresponding Secretary .?Mr*. W. 11. Wbltesearver. I Treasurer.?Mr*. W. A. Ferguson. NnperlalrndenlN of Departments. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mr*. C. K. Obqnchaln. Florence Crittonton Home. ? Mrs. K. It. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. V. Moyer. Social Meetings and Bed Letter Day.?Miss Maggie W'liltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. / Literature-Mrs. F. S. Campbell. [Tub Timks-Ukoistkk and Hkntinel, at their request, bus placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. O T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all matter therein H promises to be an interesting feature of the paper, and we commend ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 December 1907

THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SONSt CRUDE THOUGHTS-I'LEAS | ANT EVENING REVERIES. A t otuiun Umlic.itoil to Tired Hotliors as Tlioy Joiu 'J'ln? Homo Circle. TISK Ol.l> HOMHSTKAl). Ab1 hvre it is, Ihit de*rohl place. Uu?haui;ed through nil these years; Hon like some fatniliar face M y childhood's liome appears! The erand old trees beside the door Still spread their brauches wide, The river waudeni a* of vore, With sweetly ninrmuriun tide; The distant hills look green and Kray, The flowers are blooming wild, And everything looks glad today. As when I was a child. Christmas Keverles. Hinjf out, sweet chimes. Ring clear and loud. Peal forth, ?w?ot Christmas bells. Tell us the ?Id. nlil (itrtPV Jitrairo "fllnM' God and good-will toward men.") Kill tho land with your melodysweet, and let Heaven conie nearer to earth on this good Christmas time. Is there a heart not in unison with your music,at this happy Christmas time? The atare glitter aud the earth is glorified, and the lights throw lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 December 1907

P KRIS KRINGLE COME 4^5/* - ^ ^4,JLS ,Ay^P aIPresentsble Xm** *'b SMS' 3>&V?ttl 0 A+k ftt&fkt- -KSSSSt, I At 20c. 2ftc, 30c. 4-Oc aucl BOc. 1/ ^ nt v ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ F . . . M . . fl pkk dozen v 73*13 TO 1 able Linens, Napkins and B ? ovb ntorp. in loadkk with -"ISl ty* 1 owels, Men s and Ladies B "^,DkV?" "b* "f # f Neckwear, Overcoats and g ?r <3on*oCibateb ^ToucmWr IB CWhi?s -^ I Mrcfii.WlWtfa. ^ A ft Li ft?ia:lo'"!mb? " mi? wa, hi I Taj ft. I tJ V t-. Agents for Holeproof Hosiery B tWPKOMt'T DKLIVBHY. PHONE 34. and Uoyal Worcester CorsoU B VOLUME 42. ' SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2(>, 1907. NUMBER 31 | -1 * . ' ? TH? MISTAKEN IDEAL Wronjc I mproHston of So Many Peoplfi as to the HigheMt Aim in Life. A man and his wife killed themselves in London the other day because they were very poor and they couiatrc oear to ao uncongen^i work in order to earn a living. The man was an artist and a writer, and the woman was a writer a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 December 1907

17 A LIST OF DELINQUEI RETURNED FOR THE NON PA DUE FOR TH TOWN OF S Armstrong, Katinte t t als, lot 1 src 5, Salem Agner, W. T. lot C nee 61, McClelland addit Booker, W. O. lota U. 15, U'>sec. 4 Salem I)i Brown, J. K. C. and W. E. lot (45x100 ft ) M Barber. Dock lo 57 Palmer addition Coventou, P. O. lot 2 see 1, Hockmaa addit Cocke, H. Milton lot 20, Salem Improvemei Christian's. C. F heirs lot 9 s?c 3 M li. nnc Campbell. J. \V. lota 15 and 10 sec 20, Salem Conrad. Eocene lot 2 s?c 67. Salem Itnorovi Cocke, H M. lot 'JO Palmer addition Daniel. J. E. lot on Elm Street Frantz, Mrs. V. V. II lot i of 31 ami 32, Sal Fluke, John lot 20 sec 33 Salem Improvemi Kinke. J. A. and Denit lot on Alabama Str (.Jalleber, W. T. lot 1 sec 4. H. L. Company Uilruer, J. H. !o'. I sec 20. Salem Improvem Crash, 11. K lot 12 eec 37, S. I. Company Craslv. F. I. lot 13 sec 11 M L. It. Cotupau Ha slip. Mrs B. M 1-5 of an acre Kasey A< Hopkins. Matilda lot 10 Mont Addition Hudson and Dar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 December 1907

% MULTIPLE BOOKS I VOTED DOWN. Saving of Many Thousands of Dollars Yearly to Parents of Public School Pupils Will Result. The State Board of Education has at last decreed against the multiple book list. The people of the State, after a fight that has waged for years and years, and after they had been compelled to pay more for school books than any State in the country, have won. The matter was made an issue when Governor Swanson was elected and he and other State officials were chosen with the understanding that the State would be relieved of tho book trust and i*?v? ivu^vk puvjuvvou w tuo l?jr* ranny of that merciless corporation. The change was demanded by the people several years ago. and because of their refusal to abide the decision of the people, members of the Board of Education were defeated by the board when the vacancies occurred. E.C. Glass, of Lynchburg, one of the best known educotors in the State, was oue of the men who went down, and Professor Bowles, of Staunton, ref...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 December 1907

4 iimes-Heai 4s=> > PUBLISHED BVKKY THUB8D Salem Printing and ] C. D. DEN IT W. W. MoCLUNU. Ill Subseriptic One Year Nine Mouths ...... Six Months Three Months PHONE Make it a resolution to start the New Year right. Then keep it up! Saleiu enjoyed oue of the quietest, ^ most enjoyable anil most prosperous Christinas seasons in lier liisforv for which nil our people have reason to be thankful. { If 1907 did not treat us just as we desired, a little reflection ruay help to ' convince ns that it probably did better tbau we deserved. ' That Koanokc ludy who presented > her husband with six children in eighteen months is about the best ' evidence that there is no race suicide 1 sentiment in that family that we have heard of for sometime. < Let's quit grumbling; quit talking hard times, panics and all sorts of 1 croaking, and begin the New Year ' in a conscientious effort to make it brighter and better for all with whom < weconie in c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 December 1907

Times-Register and Sentinel. PDIJLI8HBD BVBRY THURSDAY. Wii.J* WHTXai . Why Refer to Doctors tBecause we make medicines Tor them. We tell them all about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, a and they prescribe it for 2 coughs, colds, bronchitis, con ? r.uiupiion. Theytrustit. Then I | ycu esn afford to trust it. 9 jj As!; your own doctor. h Tl"- r,'. kind o" testimonial-n "Maid lor over sixty yoaro." 1.x;rr.-rrts-r.- rwcCTuj diunamrv<\ mn* l| /* by*. O. Aj?mrOo., towel!. Sinn.. M jC' l'i Ali^ rm'HUlsoturtrrt of K ? CAKSAPARILLA. 1/ MPF<%r,'ls?w# HAttS VIGOR. V/?? lifV) ro noorets! V7# publlih 1 ; tho uJaa '"Tall cur medicines. I BwtfJ llBBBaMBMMMnrWMMaMBMWMdi Avor'o Pitts Qroatfv a!:l tho Cherry Poctor&l In broakinct uj: a cold. The ItiKKcst Hiik In this otil world is the hum hoc. But onejof Tilletfs deputies, armed with ti search warrant, wouldn't find the semblance of hnmbnxRery in the shoes that M-C-N-E-A-C-B, l i East Campbell avcuue, sells. M-C-N-E-A-O-E d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 December 1907

6 118 YEARS OF ! CONGRESS. J nU-roKtinir Figures Showing Home of the Things Tluit I Have Occurred. i Since the IIrst Congress mot in 1789, 118 y? ars ago, there have been 134 sessions of the national body of lawmakers. There have been 119 regular aud fifteen extra sessions; thirty-niue different Speakers and Speakers pro tempore and twenty-five clerks. The longest regular Bitting was the first session of the Fiftieth Congress, which met December 5, 1887, and adjourned October 20, 1888, a period of 321 days. Other long sessions were the first of the Fifty-first Congress, 304 days, and the first of the Thirtyfirst, 302 days. The second regular sessions of each Cougress are always short, ' both houses assembling according to law on the first Monday in December and adj uruiug by limitaon the4thof the following March. These sessions last from ninety to ninety five days. Aside from these the shortest ever held was the first session of tho Thirteenth Congress, which covere i 134 days and c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 December 1907

W. C. T. U. COM orricEKA ha mix w. c. t. r. PrwM?nt.-Mn. Mlmah Hobbe Day. Vloa-PrenMenU.?Mn. L. M. Leo, Mr*. A. N. Brown, Mr*. Julia Htrohocker, Mr*. K. H. Moore, Mrs. W. H. Koblnson. 4 KMordlnir Secretary.?Mr*. Q. F. Moyor. I Corresponding Secretary.?Mr*. W. II. Whltcsciarrer. Treasurer.?Mr*. W. A. Feriruson. Nil per I a tend rata or Department*. RvAni/Allum nml A hunh^non ?M*a 4^ IF Obcncbaln. Kloronco Crittcnton Home.? Mrs. K. B. Moore. Mclal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. II. Whltescnrver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (I. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Bed Letter Day.?Miss Mamtio Whltesell. Hunduy School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Caniptadl. fTiuc Timks-Hsoiotsk and Bkntinkl, at mcr request. nus placet! a coltimu at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. O. T. Union who will have eutire charge of it, nnd be responsible for all matter therein It promises to be ail interesting feature of the paper, and we commend ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 December 1907

MpfflBfvyi ^Tm t! family circle: SffME CRUDE THOUGHTS -PLEAS ! ANT EVENING REVERIES. A '."otumu I indicated to Tired >1 ot hers sis Tlioy Julu The Home Circle. ? \ HAPPY SKW YEAH. The good olil.wish fulfils itself. You have si happy year Who wish it for ?ll others to kindliness sincere. So, face the future bravely, Believiug iu the best. And look with eyes of faith and hope For happiness aud rest. Kaeh year is full of Kindness For those with hands to take The gift, as one of blessing, Aud use, for (Jod's sake. i?. , It eati out hut >>e happy, Siuce warmth aud joy shall be Where the home-light burns brightly. And love is real and free. Hot when the heart takes courage, Aud tru*t is joined to prayer, Ttieu lite itself is beautiful, Aud every day is (air. New Year Reveries. Tho days, weeks and years elip away like water in a runniuer stream. Times'great cloik never loses a moment. Relentlessly, surely the moments pass, and ?uv eager hands are not able t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 January 1908

InM/in hn?TimlY< C^y If ^LiE. *>% . -* jr .SWEENICIEI9CTIHS I ' wm mmm '(L>iWX$# ? M?#%&T0t, f HSfr I t Catawba Buckwheat Flour, W&-* ^ w-sureiy on ciu't ulTord to iuJsh |9 New Orleans Molasses, j \?T .g thi>haroains?reoiiitibk???. M gSBiw. <Sonsol.bal.-b ?*? JotostM, kj i Terry ti. I JjU \. A trout* for Holeproof Hoeiery MB eerPKOMPT DELIVERY. PHONK 24. g? * I and Koyal Worcertor Corset? jfl VOLUME 42. SALEMTVIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY '.), 1908. / NUMBER 33" | NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Ah Interesting Budget of News v From The Nation's Capital. i From our regular correspondent.) Washington, I). C.. .Ian 7.?Congress is talking currency. How long it will be before talk is translated into action, nobody can tell. Tlie Senate is working 011 one currency bill and the House on another. The Senate bill probably will be the one to be passed. The House leaders say that arrangements have been made to pass the Senate bill ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 January 1908

r MIDNIGHT BURIAL OF M'CUE'S BODY Disinterred By l^i^lit of ljftii-1 torus and Burled By Side of Wife lie Killed. Charlottesville, Va., Jan. 3.?The family burying ground of the McCuos on the farm, near Hrooksville, in the western em! of the county, was the scene of the disinterment of a body at a late hour on Christ-i mas Eve. A farmer, seeing lights moving about, went to the graveyard and found an undertaker and his men exhuming the body of ,T. Samuel McCuo. who was hanged in February, 1905, for the murder of his wife. it was i on tin mat tue top 01 me coffin hud been crushed in and the face of the dead man was exposed to view under the dim light of the lanterns. The features were recognizable, it is said, although the face had turned very dark. The coffin was placed in a vehicle and the party left, going in the direction of Charlottesville. ' The body was again buried by the side of JMcCue's wife iu lliverviow cemetery here. The old McCue home is now occupied by Harry, the younges...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 January 1908

WORTH KNOWING. The bauana and potato aie almost identical in chemical composition. * Six of the largest colleges in Switzerland have 2,193 female students. In Austria no leas thau fortyfour out of every hundred doctors die of heart disease. An express engine consumes on an average 10 gallous of water per mile. More than 200 men in New York city are working to improve automobiles. l}/\rk an 1 i n f/\ fo vt* ?/%?* ? uuai n ai u i IQUIU vv iuA.aviuu IU some Japanese villages. The orgin of this curious custom is unknown. Mexico's coffee exports this year will be in the neighborhood of 50,000,000 pounds. Grapes are still trodden with the bare feot in many of the vineyards of Spain and Italy. Asbestos shingles, made of asbestos fiber aud cement, absorb five per cent of their weight in water. A fashion article on bridal veils relates that a recent bride wore her face covered on the way to the alter. Four thousand graves in South Africa of British soldiers who fell iu the late war still rem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 January 1908

z * ^aicm $imcs-$cg I'UULi8MKD KVKKY THUK81 Salem Printing and C. D. I)EN II W. W. McGLUNU. I! Subscripts One Y?>ar .... . t*ix Mouths ...... 'I'm roe Months ...... ? PHONE OUR NEW EQUIPMENT. We have just installed in this of- j lice a bran new type-setting machine, j and a dart of the matter in this issue; was set by it. It was one of our New Year'6 resolutions to give our patrons the very best local paper that we were capable of issuing, and the new machine will enable us to set more matter, do it more quickly and give more satisfactor service than we have been able to do in the past. When it has been completely installed, aud in proper working order we shall be glad to have our friends coine in and see this latest [addition to the equipment of our plant. ? ? That Roanoke judgeship fight is getting bo hot that the odor of singed reputations, both personal and political, is plainly in evidence Those electric meters installed by the Town Council appear to run up like had ...

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