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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 February 1908

% Times-Register and Sentinel. PUULISIIRO BVKKY THURSDAY. BRINGS LARGE SUIT. I, In the clerk's office yesterday a suit was filed by Attorney N. H. , llairston, for the W.ll.Johnson Construction Co. against the Catawba I/ Valley Railway and Mining Co., involving the sum of $23,000. cliimet ( by the plaintiff on account of construction work done by it whil>3 the j road wiis beiug graded. The suit grows out of the inability of the < parties to agree upon thi sum act- , ually due the contractors, and a jury will probably have to determine | ? Z'2ggs lor Hutch lug. ) Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth d?t nn e i c ?1..-1 nwi\r>. ?pi.uv j?ci niuiiug ui iti nnvvi eggs. Call on or address. LEVI UAHST, Balem. Va. 2-13-07 3mo. ?. P. D. 1. REFUSED SaOoTfOR FARM. That Offer Made tor Portion oi' Fort Lewis Tract. It is reliably reported that a geutlemnn front Chattanooga. Tcun., who was visiting in Salem a few days ?jflo made an offer of $18 000, net cash, for the home...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 February 1908

THE <HJIETEST ! WOMAN.) n,.- I el-* |>lion on my doak tattp uid ! v.jis asked to aond the foreman of m: -tit rhiti" room to the main office. When he returned ho tvns accompanied I?> two middle-aired, pio ->|?erous kokin 1110it. HiffhtHff rs. 1 concluded, as he brought I bent witbin the iiK'lu>uri' that formed my office. I was right. for after a feu inoun nts' conversation he assigned th in (o the care of the assistant. who started tin* usual round by beginning at t ho liitiiitr stitches and going through the room until tie reached the vatupers. "Rich western ms," my ? inploys r it-marked to me \vh mi th-y were out of farslio'. luterest al in sho* manufacturing, although this i< th lir-l tim they've hem inside a t-how hop. It js part of my office routine, on account of errors on lags, wrong numbers and so forth, to go up and down the room a great deal. Thus j while later when I passed by. th explaining assistant and th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 February 1908

W. C. T. U. COLUMN orrickkn NAi.c.n w. o. t. v. President.?Mr*. Mlmah llobbs Day. Vice-Presidents Mrs. L. M. Loo, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. B. Dlllard. Mrs. K. H Moore. Mrs. W. H. Kubluson. Recording Hocretary.?Mrs. 0. K. Moycr. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B.Whltcscarvor. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Nu|M>rluten4<rntM of Department*. Bvamtotlsrn and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obcnchaln. Florence Orlttonton Home.? Mrs. K. R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. LueyOravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. 0. F. Moyor. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss , Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature? Mrs. F. S. Campbell. [Tbb Timks-Kkoistrr and Bbntinkl, at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. il T. Union who will have entire charge of it. and be responsible for all matter therein It promises to bean interesting feature of the paper, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 February 1908

I * ? NEW IDEAS IN ROAD BUILDING-!> | . I i K'luot* riiin's-liVjjiHtcr I noticed I' in :i Hoiiiokf pip-r la*t we k that j' tli>* supervi-or* of tlitcounty had j agi el to iipprop. i .t .$">000 to luil I j fivi' pn'Cis or ui:ic.'i(luini/.c.! i.iad. each olio-half mile in length, out fto'ii th? corporate limits of l.o noke city. Beior the contract is I t (or th work. I think there is one point of much importance that we should consider. and more especially so because this otlo point seldom receives ih* thought- which it deserves. This point, which is th* mod.* or tiidhod io b used io t hi : iw.nl Ini I liotr. it one iti.it. (tvwrvi's ur.icli consideration, uol only t>y our r unity supervi-ors, t?ut also by all who. by reason of their pist evpui lire ami observation have trained iti'b 1 n .wledg or have roriu"d s-urb i !e is as may l> of benefit to tho:s' who in si . wri'e :li- form i r.uJ spe.'ifi a, ions for th 1 woi t; that the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 February 1908

KkOKlVKD TODAY A IBS^' rl? ^e have uot'1",g "ut tuuiuiknunini S^S-vl st*** ? +< ii new glean rimle ?mnnri AMD ,^CiJ|<\Vffl VL>^|jJ?Jkg0| Goods -mm rLUUn - .ai?|: * Quality up t<? the HUlicst sumlsnl of ,, r? * 11 n>. r<Cellonoc. V HICKS KIOHT. r W M AIM11 (SLonsolifcaleb I ^owembfr 16 WOS * sbkusbkkorebuv.no. Iftldfin Itovl Tpitv fit ,-^V V 11 ;lpr# fJvJI' * *01, Pay & Terry [0. JUIIllM'UII, l/dV V\/ lbllfUJii ^ Aueata fur Holeproof Hosiery t' V j Ytfffi \ ** J-* nml lit y>?l Worvostur Corsets VOLUME 42. SALEM. VIRGINIA. THu||^%Y. FEBRUARY 27, 1908. NUMBER 40 1 ? ROANOKE WANTS BIG CONVENTION Chamber or Commerce Figlitini to <*et Democratic State llody Here. At a meeting of "lilt* Board of II. n'cftrs of the Chamber of Commerce, hold here yesterday, a resolution was NtroiiRly endorsing a movemoot wbirh will be set on foot to for Ununaka - ???vnwvnv 1 ur (II* Al cratie state roil vent i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 February 1908

_2 SCENES OF PITY; j! UNEMPLOYED. Strong Man \Vcepn On Thought of Children and a Sick Wife at Home. Strong, hale and hearty, willing to work and pleading pit o i*ly for the chance, tired from a fruitless * tramp from door to door in Roanoke in search of something to do his once steely n'rv.'S worn threadbare by recent worry and care, a splendid speciman of manhood broke doWti and wept like a child in the office of City Engineer Bates yesterday morning, when he learned that there was no chance for him to secure employment until after the meeting of the common council on Wednesday night. It was the thought of a sick wife "who, through years of ups and downs has stuck close to his side/ shared his joys and bis sorrows, and ^ at all times cheered him when do' pressed or in trouble, and of the | empty mouths of seven little children, "the poor man's blessing," that caused tlu applicant, aft?r his long, brave struggle, to break down completely. PATHETIC STORY. The man lold his story to sy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 February 1908

?? THE FAMILY CIRCLE1 SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. I A Column I>e<licate<l to Tirotl Mot liorn as They .loin The Home Circle. PltAISE YOUR NEIGHBOR. In our judgment of other . we mortals are prone To talk of their faults wi. jout hecdiug our own; Aim this little rule should be treasured by all: 4T( you cun't" praise your neighbor, don't name liini at all." M? ? s deeds are compounded of glory and shame, 1 Aod surely 'tis sweeter to praise than to blame? Ve^ieetion has never been known siiioe the Kail ? "It you oan'i prai.tt1 jrour neiRlibor, don't name him at all." ! R> nmhrr, ye cynics, the mote and the beamPause ia your fault-finding and ponder the theme ? W to has the least charity, quickest wilt tall ? "If \*u eaa't praise your neighbor, don't name hina at all." If we would hut endeavor our own fault to mend. We'd hare all the work to which we could attend. Th?u let us be open to Charity's callIt you can't praise you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 February 1908

? _4 Jatlcin (Emes-Kcgi HU li l/I SH Kl> KVKKY THUKSDi Salem Printing and 1 C. D. DRNIT, W. W. McCLUNU. llu Subseriptic Od? Year ..... . NIup Mouths ...... 3ix Months ...... Three Months PHONE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers will please notic* the condition of their subscription ac- j rl counts as set forth on the paster on * their papers or the wrappers enfold- c ting them. The date there given is t the time up to which your subscrip- t tion is paid. If your subscription is n overruu the paster tells you so each e week. ' The Postmaster General has order- 1 ed that a subscriber to a weekly t newspaper must not be in arrears 1 more than a year to be admitted to ' the mails. 1 While we might be glad to extend credit as heretofore. Uncle Sam says t we shall not do it and we must obey t the laws of the land. ' So as the present subscription year r expire, unless renewed they will be c dropped from our list and the back 1 subscriptions charged and collected. I Notice will bo give...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 February 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUUM8MKO KVBHY Till USI'AY. CICERONIAN CELEBRATION. tThi' fifty second annual eel-brat I f?U nf i ll t (*??? enni ? ?? f ? ??v eiety of Koauoke Col logo took place in tho Town Hull on lust Saturday lii^bt at eight o'clock in th> presence of a large audience. "Th hall hud boon tastefully decorated for th - occasion in the cnlors of tho So ie'y. red and blue, and present'd a mo t attractive appearance Mu i- was furnished far the occasion by the Salem band . The excrcis-s op *ned with prayer by the Hev. C. C. Grove. D. I)., of tho Faculty. This was followed by t lip nrlHrnu j 4 fc-f ? Calvin Jack-on S-ott. of North Carolina, who spoke on the subject. "Originality of Thought." Then came the first orator. Mr. Price Rollins Reid, of Virginin. who del vcr'd an exceedingly well written oration in excellent style on the subject i "America, the Mistress of th Pacific." A debate followed on th? question, "Resolved. That Ship Subsidies Should be C.ivn," i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 February 1908

I c> Facts worth 1 knowing. If tho vMial is riprht a fox can j kum'II a tuna in boing a quifrtcr of a mill' away. Tin' rici- |it|M*r upon which tht* | 1'hinoso ilo such charming drawing! ?.?? a thin shoot of tho pith of a troo. | wihmi tin' li-rriiiu: fishing season | ? is .->t its height something Iiki? 5,000 j Milm of nets in* set nightly in the N'orth Sea The vic.ir dI Combe, iicnr Wood- j Mock. I'lti^linii, Iris found in his j ciinrch a nrwii silk velvet pulpit cloth beariug the date of 10:14. A suml! Bristol china teapot, presumed to F.dmuii.l Burke by th funnder of the Bristol factory, was sold by auction in Loirioti recently. Jt brought S2.11W). Th' C/. ir's sid'r. th> Grand Ducbr.sv Old'i, is intensely Democratic, tab - it especially fond of Am-rican', Kiyiui; they are "th only people north cultiv.xtinp." The largest lightning conductor in * 'flic world is ou the Luspite Weather station, in Bavaria. It runs down 1 tjbi* mountainside for three...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 February 1908

W. C. IU. COLUMN orricKKH n %i.r.M w. c. t. v. President.?Mm. Mliuali Hobbs Day. Vice President*.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Drown, Mrs. W. n. IMIlanl, Mrs. K. It Moore. Mrs. W. II. Itoblusou. Kceorfllng Swrourjr,-Mr?. O. F. Moycr. Corresponding Secretary.? Mm. \V. 1$. Whltcsoarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Kvrguaon. No|H>rlai4tii?l<>Hlii of ntt*ut?. Evangelism nmi Almshouse.?Mrs. C. R. ObtDchaln. Florence Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. E. H. I Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Uravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. U. Whlteseorvor. WTork among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Mover. Social Meetings and lied Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wiutesell. Sunday Soliool.?Mrs. J. T. Pcnn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. [Tub TniKs-KsoMTRR and Hkntinkl. at their request, ban placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the \v. <i T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and berrspoosible for all matter therein It promises to be an intere...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 February 1908

F CIGARETTES AND MORALS, l>r. Charles Molir, professor ol Materia Mwlica, ilahncman Medina College ??f Philadelphia, in a ?*eeeti address beforo the Congress o Homeopathy, upon the subject o cigarette smoking, took occasion it assert "that judges of the .Juvenih Courts have declared that of the in corrigible and criminal class o bovs. uot a boy has been found win did not use cigarettes." This is : tremendously significant fact, i true The coincidence is doubtles re ferret I to as showing that eign relies contribute to moral as well a physical decay, ami perhaps a larg number of the lads in the refornia tory schools and juvenile prison would have becu spared their pre# cut shame had they not formed thi uuwholesome practice. That deleterious effect upon phy ninal jicalth is produced by smokinj cigarettes is a fact so generally at I milled that it needs no discussion ^ With the young this is painfull; '? true. That boy you see on too strec I corner with the eigarette betweei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 March 1908

IS-SECEIVBD TODAT ^ ^ w"PLq|jP (&%'ttt?d * H&?0L%&l 1t "(looS*,E PERFECTION ? Ll/UI I _ -HUB)- ^ And PRICES are worked ExV'talitV up to the Highest Standard of * - tremolv Inw ?l~ tuceKenw. PKicKs KiGHT. I iremeiy low during the t^?..:i*m??to?u^orphon"Nof240nhaml CStotlSO tibcitcb ((^ ^VT | PANIC. fata,Daj&Tem4. ? "?*' ?*575^ _. ! A (tent, for Holeproof Hupiery ^???n^????^ a,M' ,to-VRl Worcester Corsets VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1908. NTOKERI? NATIONAL AFFAIR An Interesting Budget of N< From The Nation'* Capital. < Prom our regular correspondent.) Wa<hiueto<>. 1>. C.> March, 3rd. 1 PLiim l.nu - -1 - J . - . ? ?' ? vuiua uuc* aj/pr.uru IU LIU" U 11 Slate- agaiust Japanese aggressio Manchuria. Just what the result bo it is impossible to say. but it not toud to smooth the relations tween this country and Japan. United States was the first cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 March 1908

2 TRANSFORMATION OF NEVADA. lit 1000 the State of Nevada had a population of 42,000. There were by the same census eighty-nine cities in this country having more people than that whole commonwealth. Yet Nevada's population had been 62.000 twenty years before. The story behind these statistics is that of the rise and fall of mining camps. Virginia City itself, a place of 11.000 souls in 18X0. counts now but 2 500. The only constant quantity representative of Nevada has been the number of its United States Senators. But there is now the beginning of different things in the Sage Brush State. In pi ice of the intermittent. feverish prosperity of the mining camps is to be the steady well doing of the farms. It is irrigation which is changing the ordermaking the great American desert to bring forth fruits, vegetables and grain?and as one earnest of what is to come there is the town of Fallon in the now fertile Car-oil Sink Valley. With sixteen souls to start on three years ago Fallon his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 March 1908

r THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT FVPNINH DFVFDIFC Hill Lf U1IMU IlLTLUILUi s Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers ax They Join The Home Circle. Gratitude for mercies, patience miller trials, congenial society and the hope of heaven, will bring us all the happiness this life can bear. Absolutely there is nothing beyond this but the life eternal. Accept this view, and waste no more time and labor in seeking for happiness where it is not. Tlte Father's Duty. We estimate a mother's importance in her family as high as any I one run and yet we do not believe slm monopolizes nil the qualities needed iu the great work of training up humtn beings. Her familiarity with Iter children places her i in some respects, nt a disadvantage for the exercise of wholesome authority. Tb wise father will not indeed take the reins of the family government from his wife; but he will make his children feel and I know that her gentle sway is sustained by a firm and study baud; that behiud their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 March 1908

n 4 $A\tm Simes-gcg ru isijiotft tbu n v tbux ini'iw Salem Printing and C. D. DENI W. \V. McCLUNU. I Subseripti One Year .... . Niue Mouths ..... Six Months ...... Three Months PHON1 IS COMMISSIONER RIIEt NOW. After a stormy contest, the legislature, a few days ago. confirmed the appointment of Judge W. F. Rhea as State Corporation C omnd*siot?cr, the vote standing H7 for to 46 against. The next day the oath of office was administered to the new Connni-sioner at his home, in order, as h expressed it. with iriucii gallantry, that ^ his wife might witness the ceremony, at the close of which he presented to lior the pearl-handled, gold tipped pen with which he signed the document. We were of those who regarded Judge Rhea's appointia-nt a< unfortl iinate from n party and purely impersonal standpoint, and some time ago expressed the hope that after his ihat ho would, under all the circumstances, ki-p his way clear to hand hack his commission, to the Governor, from whom he rece...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 March 1908

p????? ? Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHKD HVBHY THURSDAY.? AMONGTHE SICK ? Mr. K. II. Carper, the youngest old man in this community, who was ipiitc sick last week, is able to be out again Mr. C. W. Price is able to be out iPTilin. siflor mi ill iiouvt fhnf cniifin ed him to bin home for about three weeks. Their friends will regret to learn that Captain mid Mrs. J. H. l'eck are both confined to their home on lligh street by .sickness. Mr. T. J Snie.kt-I, wlio has been quite HI for a day or two, is better to day, his friends will le?ru with pleasure. Stole Stall of Life. Last Friday night an unknown thief or thieves broke into the Snlein Holler mills, on Mason's creek, and !) stole about 200 pounds of flour, and ( some meal. As yet there is no clue to the. robbery. Cheapest goods you ever guv, at Brown's store for cash only. 2-20-08 2t. I will receive the first delivery of Burnett cattle next Tuesday, and can promise the people of Salem the best beef ever killed here. 1 will ap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 March 1908

? i\ HOW 10 BE A H TRUE FRIEND.1 1 Hy showing yourself friendly. I'ruv. IM-24. Or, in other words, see io U th:it you yourself possess the quality ol friendship. Worthy ohnrnct?r like <;oo<I money is always in demand. And tie w ho exhibits in life the noble antl unselfish virtues of fri'Uidship will find a large field of usefulness. llis services will be 'Constantly needed. 2. Hy rousluney in devotion and a readiness to extend help to one in adversity. I'rov. 17.17 says, "A friend lovcth at all times, and h brother is hot :i for adversity." Herein lies' ?lie true diameter of friendship, iwlulness in love and service. He v. ho has the heart of a friend is happiest when he has the privilege of act nit.' the part ol a brother to one who. having fallen in adversity, needs help. ' >. tiy faithfulness in counsel. I'rov. 27-!) speak a of "llie sweetness this year. A Case ol* Disbelief. i .... ? . ' Hill ? \ on look had. Jim. Keen laid up ? Jim?Today's tlie ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 March 1908

W. C. T. U. COLUMN WFFU'RUt MAI.F.M W. C. T. V. President.?Mr?, Mlinali Hobbe Day. Vloe^PreeUlenta.?Mr*. I.. M. Lec.^Mw. A. N. says that I he subject chosen was "Resolved, That Local Option is Preferable to State Prohibition in tho Regulation of Temperance." The orators from Washington and Lee the nffirinalive, and the Tennessee boys the. negative. We assume that the best argument must be in favor of State Prohibition, since Tennessee won the unanimous decision of the judges, and of course we are not going to concede less ability for Virginia. This occasion is one of the encouraging signs ol tho times, and another is the notice which is being taken of the subject by the press. The monthly magazines arc more and more making a feature of this subject. The 8?t. Evening Post has for some time been publishing its "Battle of the Bottle," and it is now reported that Collier's and McCluru'a have reprc sentativos in rne raouin studying prohibition for special articles in these magazines. Tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 March 1908

* S cIodIndingfoT A PAPER NOVEL. "Where ma \s Claude fc.'lily uttered these words he looked at the f.-.e of an old fashioned clock. Owing to the hard times,the clock had laid off one of its hands. Claude was reclining on a lot * ?>l soft sofa pillows, and all aho>it the room stood Cnstilliaii furniture, the j kind usually found in the wealthy Spanish homes. Claude's inspection of the place was suddenly interrupted by the trend of tiny feet. "Are you laiiging for any thing sir.'" ?>hed u sweet feminine voice. " \ en," gasped the injured young man. "I am longing to know how I trot here." "I'll tell you," responded the prel l> ? UUiiMi. J^-UIIJIUI'IMMl OH !l l*OM I)* 1 i?er I"u;r l>e?iile Claude, f "Kay after day front tuy latticed window I \v.-itched you laying bricks 1 it on yonder skyscraper. Stranire as it may seem, tuy heart went out to you. 1 b came infatuated with you. I'erhap* my loneliniM* helped, for. you know. my husband...

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