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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 March 1908

11 TIMES-REGISTER AND SENTINEL. PDRLI8HBD $VRKY THURSDAY. BEITS QETTI8Q CHEAPER ' LOOK AT T11ESK. One Btx-room house, with good garden and well water, on Union Street *10.00 One seven-room house. with garden and outhouses, In good condition on Chestnut Street *10.00 One alx-rootn house, with garden, good location on Market Street #15.00 One seven-room houae, modern Improvements aud near center of town *01.00 Oac ten-room house, with outhouses and larg" garden, in good condition, and cheap for the price. In West Salem *15.00 One ten-room house. S nores of land, good stable, outhouses, flue poultry houses and yards, fruit trees, good garden, hydrant water, and chise to car line. A model place to raise chickens *20.00 Three-rooms for rent on Clay Street ....5.00 CTflf you want to rent Property, go to a niau who is in the rentul business. Write or call oil E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Oflloe, College Aye. SALEM. VA. mwt If MJ E1 1 it GO?I> .... C9)?wjp*|,,l TIIE BARRETT . fri, th S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 March 1908

SOME TRAITS IN THE j CHARACTER OF ABRAHAM. No reading is more interesting or helpful than works of biography. If this is true of the biography of ordinary men how much more can It be said to be true of the inspired biographies of men whom (Jod has chosen for some special work In the establishment and progress of His | Kingdom on earth! Abraham is one of the brightest anil noblest of the "beacon lights" of history. Lot us look at some traits iri the character of the "father of the faithful" and the "friend of God." Passing by his fnitli let us r?otice his unselfishness. (Gen. 13:7-9.) Abraham, after his bitter experience in Kg.vpt, from which God delivered him. returned to mi; M/uiiitTii pun Ul i allium, Lot accompanying !ii 111. Both wire rich, though, doubtless, Abraham greatly exceeded In wealth his nephew Lot. Abraham was very rich in cattle, in ilver, and in gold. "Lot also. . had flocks and herds and tents." Since the L'anaanite and the l'erlzzite were already occupying the lau...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 March 1908

> Alt' I K' % C. T. U. COLUMN OFFICERS NALICM W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mr*. L. M. Loo, Mrs. A. N. , Brown, Mrs. W. II. DUIard, Mrs. B. K Moore. Mrs. II. T. Semones. Kocordlng Secretary.?Mrs. 0. F. Moyor. Correspond Ins Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whltosoarrer. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Hnpvrlstondrsu or Departments. Evangelism and Almsliouse.?Mrs. C. B. Ubencbaln. Florence Crlttonton Home.? Mrs. E. K. Moore. + Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Seitiones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. 0. F. Moyor. I Social Mooting* and Hod Letter Day.?Miss Maggie WbltoMll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Lttcraturo?Mr*. P. S. Campbell. [Tub Tijib?-Ki<iist?ii and Ukntinbl, at Mr request, has placed a column at the oeal of the earnest and faithful women e W. ?l T. Union who will have entire s>u of It. and be responsible for all matter therein It promises to be an interesting l'eatare of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 March 1908

. ? > BLACK EYE TO STATE RIGHTS.! In Oeclilini; Itnilwuy Hnte Cuh? ! -of Minnesota Supreme Hcucli j AildiHl Another to Series .ill* VilluKU lllillmr^ Recently. Washington. March 124.?In refusing to grant to Attorney-Uene?al Young of Minnesota a writ; of habeas corpus releasing hiinj from the penalty imposed by the' United States Circuit Court for! the District of Minnesota on thei chaige of contempt of court in I Instituting a proceeding in n! State court for the enforcement] of the railroad rate law after the Federal Court had prohibited such a course, and in affirming the decision of Judge I'rltchnrd of the United States Circuit Court for the W -'stern District of North Carolina, dlsehurjrinK from imprisonment James H. Wood, a ticket a^ent of the Southern Railway at Ashevllle. after lie had been sentenced by the Aslivllle police court to nerve a term on the rock pile on the eh.'trsto of collecting for a ticket 011 that road a greater price than was permitted by the Stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 April 1908

i Sfs talent ?lmcs - Mtm&lev SSI ] AND I- I I 11 I V J ^^VW 011 tho market. Also Heady-to-Wear PERFECTION * l-VUIl ^HIRIDa WAISTS AND SKIRTS In groat variety or jun'lty, price and stylo. ^'"sr p ".Tr/1;?"nt. i s-y If" If Ml*SPRr.i" 1 ,?.1lMd B',s Also a tow OLD COUNTRY HAMS on hand ! /-*%-*** r% I* is 4 s% ,'^/ nl^ /tt| I >-^, 1* Kxamine our stock and then use your " ? ??? vakmsouoatco ^ I?I1 I f |f g> I November 16, 1903 * 7" " . , T r I JohnsldB, Daj& Terry Co. ^A*U>iUUJ|- J^^il'"'k V V I Nlrmlfhst nail Hiltrlto Rhor*. VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908. NUMBER 45 > li ' DECLARE WAR UPON MARRIAGE. .\r<-lil>i?!i")> Ireland Addresses Letter to Clergy Upon Mar-<r, rlage and Divorce?Will He I?e?ut in Cliurehes Today. St. I'aul, Minn., March 28.? .ucnuisnop .ionn irciunu, 01 rsi Paul. has written a letter to the clergy and laity of this archdiocese on the Kub...

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

2 STORY Of ElEVEN POOR BOYS. P John Adams, second president, w/18 the son of n. trrocer oT very moderate means. The only 1 start ho had was a Rood education. Andrew Jackson was born in a log hut in North Carolina, and was reared in the pine woods, for which the State is famous. ^ James K. Polk spent the car- 1 licr years of his life helping to t dig a living out of a new farm In North Carolina, lie was j afterward a clerk in a country ( Millard Fillmore was a son of , a New York farmer, and his home 1 was a humble one. He learned , the business of a clothier. ( James Buchanan was born in a small town in the Alleghany ( mountains. His father cut the | logs and built the house in what i waB then a wilderness. i Abraham Lincoln was the son of a wretchedly poor farmer in | Kentucky, and lived in a log cabin until he was twenty-one , years old. Andrew Johnson was appren- | ticed to a tailor at the age of ten years by his widowed moth- , er. He was never able to attend school, and picked ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 April 1908

I ? ^ ?o* . C ^>>V> <** *<*' ??VV* The TELEPHONE 1058 Use it at our expense I _ .Everything?Tin That's in I I *. . i Mattresses The Stearns ano Fost world?the only Mattress wit injur you just how each and r dust proof, vermin proof, and 1 fectly dry. Sold under absol I * ^ jmm ^ A w i^/o.oTca? "More Goods "Same Goods i UO N'T l,OOK FrtlJ 1'I.AWS. Don't look for flaws as you go through lifo; And oven when you And thorn It is wiso and kind to ho somewhat blind And look for th" virtue behind them. For the cloudiest nh'bt has a hint of the light 8< mewbere in its * Uadows biding; It is better far to hunt lor a star Tl . 1 the spots on the sun nbitiing. Tin* world will never adjust itself To suit your whim to the letter : Honi" thiiiga must go wrong jrout whole lifo h'Ug. And the sooner you know it the bettor. It is i >l!v to tight with the Infinite. And go under at last in the wrestle ; The wiser man shades int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 April 1908

I 4 I PUIIL18HKD KVKHY TIIUHS I Salem Printing^Pub I C. D. DKNIT, EDITO I W. W. McCLUNU. I I Subscripts Ou?? Vciir, Nino Moiithe Six Month* Thr??o Month*, . . PHONI AS TO WATKIt METERS AGAIN. | I ' tj' ? In the hope of netting the subjoet fully ami accurately before the people of this community, this paper last week hndl something to say concerning the proposition now being considered by the Town Council of compelling the use of water meterH by all the water consumers of Salem. It Is naturally gratifying to know that the position taken by this paper at that time has been very cordially endorsed by ninny people of the community, who leel an abiding interest in everything pertaining to its welfare. Among those who heartly agree with us may he mentioned such well known citizens as ex-Mayor W. T. Younger, former city engineer Maj. Ij. Chandler, Dr. .1. C. Darden, health officer, and others, who are supposed to be thoroughly conversant with every phase of the water situation. as well as ...

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

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUIILISHBD KVBltY THUKSDAY. BEITS GETT1HG [BElPEB LOOK AT THESE, One six-room house, with Rood warden mid well water, oil Union Street * 10.00 One seven-room house, with garden and outhouses, In Rood condition on Chestnut. Street f 10.001 One six-room house, with garden, good loca-1 tlon on Market Street $15.00 One seven-room house, modern Improvements and near center of town $lti.00 Oec ten room house, with outhouses and larRe Rnrden, In Rood condition, and cheap for the price, in West Salem $14.00 One ten-room house. :i-acres of land. Rood stuble, outhouses, fine poultry houses and yards, fruit trees. Rood garden, hydrant water, and close to car line. A model Place to raise chickens $20.00 Three-rooms for rent on Clay Street 5 00 rr~ir you want to rent Property, ro to a man who is In the rental business. Write or call on ? E. R. MOORE Serjeant's Office, College Aye. SALKM. VA. ! EMU! ik yrAr^ THE^BAR IVETT R fp E? f T11K BEST . . iirg Qw <9r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 April 1908

n-?_ END OF REMARK i ABU CAREER Uopquttleil by Any Atliulrul in History, living or Doa?l. Washington, March 30.?Admiral Evans will be relieved of com- \ rua id of the American battleship | fleet at San Francisco at sutidowu the evening of May 8, immediately after the grand review by the Secretary of the Navy. lie will be succeeded by lieur Ad. tuiral Charles M. Thomas, second in command, and now commanding the second squadron, comprising the third and fourth divisions and the second torpedo boat Uotilla. Official announcement to this effect was made by Secretary of the Navy Me tea If at the White llouse today immediately after the adjournment of the Cabinet meeting. Wheu Admiral Kvatis hauls down his flry for the last time he will have completed the most remarkable sea service af any naval admiral living or dead, in the history of the world. . He huB commanded more vessels and more fleets, seen more active service, and been shot to pieces more than any other flag officer. The ouly s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 April 1908

W. C. T. U.COLUMN orriVBIM KALRM W. C. T. V. Praaldont.?Mra. Mlmab Hobba Day. VJo^Prosldenta.?Mr*. L. M. Loo, Mrs. A. N. ? iirown, Mrs. w. u. uniard, Mrs. E. R Moore. Mrs. D. T. Scmonwt. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. Whltosoarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Nnp?irlulen<!rnt? of Departments. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obonchaln. Florenoe Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. E. R. I Moore. ( Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. , Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Scmoncs. . Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. , Moyer. 1 Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wiilteseil. < Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. | I Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. I ~ < TTbc Timks-Kboistkr and Hsntinsl, at ] their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women ' of the W. <1 T. Union who will have entire i charge of it, and be responsible for all mat- . I ouu <xoiv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 April 1908

MP' 11^ CHANGES iN PENSION LAW. Amounts Iiu'l-ruxKtl am! M o<!i licutioiis Condition* Under New Act. The legislature just adjourned made a number of material changes hi the State pension law. oi l County Clerk Chas. I). I)i 11 it has received from the Auditor the now blanks on which t?> make applications for Confederate pensions under the revised conditions One ??r the new features is the increase in the rate, by which those who fornicrly received $100.00 can now ill aw $ir?(f0i): those who drew $.50.00 by reason of having lost an arm or a lo?v or a foot or a hand can now draw $05.00 per annum ; those who formerly ill'cw $30.00 for total disability now receive $30.00, and those over 05 years of age. if partially disabled $<24.00 and totally di.-. <ti)i i 83t>.(H). \nother or tiio new orovlsons is that the willows of veterans who wore married prior to May 1. 18(>8. are now eligible for pensions, where- ; ' , iiH, under...

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

7an "."' jPi ^j .JL iw * ? ?nraiR ^alem ?itn|s Hegisf ** MSBS and III IK L/ jjgmk: They ire Ihe Snappiest Styles Ycu Ever S?w. PERFECTION1 l"v,UM ^ Com? to uk for your Quality up to tha Hljilxost Standard of EASTER SUIT "'? ?'??' ' L/W . - MlT a , AtSO I'Blr ? tS^Oall and seo us, or plione No! 24. j C&on&olibateb ^4 l^lilTF^l /WW &I (6, J0O3* ""*'?* "T~^ ??<>*? Johnslan, lhj& fej ft ^ T' - ? VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1908. NUMBER 46 NATIONAL AFFAIRS.; Au lnterostluy: Itixl^et ot'Newn I From The NatioflN Capital. < From our regular correspondent.) Washington D. G\, April 7. 1908.?The relations of the ' United States with the so-called I republic of Venezuela, long ' strained, have now very nearly < reached the breaking point. The President and Secretary Root have had, for several years, before them, the complaints of Americans who allege that l President Sastro and his gov-...

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

I \ 2 MISSIONS A MAN'S WORK.' [Published by rc<|ucst.j Missions are a work for men. Ex- ' pressed in the terms most common among the "business" element of the country, the missionary "proposition, as it exists today, is one that calls for the best powers of the ripest uiascu- ( line judgment." This is the conclusion of Mr. William T. Kllis, the ( Philadelphia journalist whose recent tour of the missionary world of the East was from time to time reported iu The Literary Digest. Reviewing the impressions derived from this investigation Mr. Ellis declares (in the Chicago Interior) that he is "more than ever a believer in foreign missions, although my understanding of the enterprise has radically altered." Without depreciating the work hithorto contributed bv women, he avers t. ?t 41?his is nn the exclusive interest of women and children;" the time has come for "men to come to their own." Wo read: "Here is a field for the exercise of the largest abilities possessed by the abl...

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

?? t^? ? ?*$V<!a&X v\*? Xp^ ^ ^ i* .vA oO> ^ >? <<^ V <^V' . ? vo^" *?* *?> The TELEPHONE 1058 Use it at our expense Everything?The That's in I ) JVEcit tresses The Stearns and Fosti world?llie only Mattress witl in? you just how each and < dust proof, vermin proof, and > fectly dry. Sold under absol Q-clx J^Cotto?F( "Mor>i Goods "Same Goods TIMK1IS.TJI KiTEST. ' The Testimony ??r Salem People Stands llie Tost. The test of time is. whet tellN the tele. The public soon finds out when misrepresentations are made, and merit alone will stand the test of time. Salem people appreciate merit, and many months ago local citizens endorsed Dunn's Kidney Pills; they do so still. Would a citizen make the statement which follows unless convinced that the article was just as represented'.' A cure that lasts is j the kind that every sufferer from kidney ills is looking for. Mrs....

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

- I S2?^1 r*? ^?unu 0iuico iic^ PUBLISHBD BVRKT THUK8I Salem Printings Pub C. D. DKNIT. Bditoi W. W. McCLUNU. B Subscripts One Year Nine Months Six Months Three Mouths, PHON E AFTER THE FOOL ROOMS. I, Realizing the pernicious Influence exercised by a pool room over young boys, the City Council of Roanoke has adopted an ordinance requiring that each proprietor of a pool room in that city must put a sign on the outside of his place of business, plainly warning minors not to enter. If they enter the prdprletor is required to eject them; otherwise both proprietor and minor are liable to a fine of not less than $20.00 nor more than $100.00 There is much complnint from, vnrious sources concerning the pool room operated in this place, particularly because of its influence upon boys, ami so widespread has become the objection to it that ti meeting of ministers and other church people was held Monday night, at which a committee was appointed to go before the Town Council and nak that more at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 April 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED KVEKY THURSDAY. BEITS GETTI1G ClEiPEH LOOK AT TUE8E. One six-room house, with good garden and , well water, on Union Street $ 10.00 One seven-room house, with garden and outhouses, In good condition on Chestnut Street f 10.00 One six-room house, with garden, good location on Market Street f16.00 One seven-room house, modorn improvements aud near center of town fltt.00 Oae ten-room house, with outhouees and large garden, in good condition, and cheap for the price, lu West Salem 916.00 One ten room house. 3-acres or land, good stable, outhouses, fine poultry bouses and yards, fruit trees, good Harden, hydrant water, and close to car lino. A model place to raise chickens 920.00 Three-rooms for rent on Clay Street 5.00 tlTIf you want to rent Property, go to a man who Is in t he rental business. Write or call on E. R. MOORE Sergeant'* Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. BEEF!! <!# THEDBARRETT RF F F f TUB1 DLVT ULaHn.1 a a u iucji ? v m Ever ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 April 1908

I " 6 MISSIONS A MAN'S WORK. ICoutinued from 2nd page.] ralla for men. Mr. Ellin ooiuta out. but "also because of its intricately and delicately strategic character." He continvtes: "Une whose eyes have seeu how tightly wrapt up with problems of statecraft, national prestige, international relationships, and commercial expansion is the missionary movement, is bound to feel the weight of this appeal to men. The modern man prides himself on his broad views and farsightedness, lie loves politics, tug politics. Iiet him get evety a glimpse of what missious tneau to the future of Korea?poor, oppressed Korea, with its new manifestations of the Christian spirit that put all Christendom to the blush?and his chivalrous zeal for giving the under dog a square deal and for muking himself count greatly, will inspire him to rush to the succor of Korea with a generosity that will speedily multiply the missionary force aud equipment in that inosi fertile and promising of ill mission lauds. "Similar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 April 1908

W. C. T. U. COLUMN' i IOrPICBHA HALRH W. C. T. C. j Preeidont.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vlos-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. , Brown, Mrs. W. n. Dlllard, Mrs. B. R Moore, Mrs. It. T. Semonos. Keoordlng Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyor. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. White- j Treasurer.?Mi**. W. A. Ferguson. Nnperlat . iKlrnla or Dspsrlmriils. BvanKclIsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenchain. Florence Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. K. R. Moore. Medal Contest*.?Mrs. Imcy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Wort among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wfiltesell. 6 unday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. K. 8. Campbell. [Tub Timss-Rbouteb and Hbhtinbl, at thair request, has placed a column at tba disposal of the earnest and fslthftil women of the W. O. T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all matter therein It promises to be an interesting feature of the paper, and wa commend a careful...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 April 1908

Juke Secrlst ban moved hi* family from Roanoke, aud uow occupied the Byrd Lockatt property. Mis* Kliza Blackwell, of Roanoke, whu visiting frieude ou the Pike last Saturday aud Sunday. J. 8. Yoder ha*returued from Aliento wo, l'a , where he was called to attend the burial of his mother. Will Dyer, of (irubb Mines, Is uow at llorer and is euirajzed in '*ekiuuiu? a dinkey" for Oaptaio A. J. McOee. Rev. M. W. Itoyall, of Cave Spring, pr-aohed a sermon at the B iptist church last Sunday to the members of Rurer bodge No. 320 I. O, O. P. Mr*. Magdalene Blackwell has sold li*?r nrnt)prfv nn tin* l'lUtt fn Mr P f* r~~ . lMCKi:i> U?? ON THK PKK13 AT OQOKN. K'rgery, of Vinton. Mr. Kiugery nud family will move into their new home this week. Lou Lockett, of Furlaml, is the owner of h ted Jersey pig which lie is ?duc ttiug to do stunt* at the Roauoke fair, and he feels very oouUdent of getting a blue ribbon. Farmer Ben Short I* now very busy Attending to his crops, and hie other outii...

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