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

lit :" Times-Register and Sentinel. || PUBLISHBD EVBHY THURSDAY. Surprised By Pleasant Visit. xne Confederate veterans of Roanoke observed Saturday morning as Decoration Day, and in, the afternoon catno over to Salem to visit the local Camp. I The day had not been generally 1 observed here, and tho visit came as a pleasant surprise to the lo- , cal veterans. However, a num- 1 ber of them soon gathered, and with the visitors marched to ] East Hill cemetery, where the ] graves of a number of the old "vet6" who have answered the ^ last roll call were decorated with flowers brought by the vis-i ltors. Upon their return to the courthouse square short address- 1 es were made by Major W. W. 1 Ballard, of the Hupp-Deyerle Camp; by Capt. E. W. Speed. 1 Mercer Hartraan, Esq., and Capt. 1 T. W. Spindle, Jr., of the Sons of 1 Veterans of ltoanoke. Crosses of Honor were presented to a num- c ber of old soldiers and pinned on i by members of the Southern i Cross Chapter, under whose auspices they...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 June 1908

t> 10 FORCE 1' PROHIBITION, I Aft tlie Isftiic?InUTt-Minj; Ku-P ; I luur Aiicnt Antt Kiiloou ( League's Attitude. J( Accord inp to the Richmond 1, Times-Dispatch, the Anti-Saloon j, Lcaguv is gotutc to get into the] political game in Virginia this fall. It says: "Follow inn close upon the antl-liquor fights which have'i fot successfully made in Hour- < gla, Alabama. North Carolina,! ami other Southern States, it is | learned here on hitch authority ' th.at nn effort will be made by the Abtl-Saloon League to coin- 1 init the Democratic State eon-11 vontlon on the subject when thc!< delegates meet at Hoanoke on' .lime 11th. and tliat a commit-j tec lias already been appointed! to appear before the committee!, on resolutions and ask that the' con\ention go on record in fav- , or. of State-wide prohibition. The suggestion only leaked out: licre yesterday, and innny l)ein-l ocratlc leaders who heard of it. put it down at mice as a shrewd' move on the part...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 June 1908

r W. C. T. U. COLUMN oi'ficp.kn Hti.r.n w. v. t. v. President.?Mrs. Mlmata Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. I.ee. Mrs. A. N, drown. Mrs. W. II. Dlllar'l, Mrs. E. K Moore. Mrs. II. T. Semones. Becoming Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Wblto# scarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Mii)terluten<lenlM of l>?|>nrlnienlN. Bvanuvltsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. 0. K. obencboln. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. E. H. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Oravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Semoncs. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Hod Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Fenn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. [The Timks-Kbuibtrr and Skntinki,. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. I'nlon, who will have the entire eh trge of It. and he responsible for nil matter therein. It promises <o he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 June 1908

r?? 8 HONORS AND PROMOTIONS , Salem Graded autl lliirh Schools | COSTINUKI> FKOM 4TII PAOK ] Clara Crouch, Jessie Caldwell, May Do-all, Nannie llaiuiliou, Frances Harveycutter, Mare Haukius. Ruth Hartmau,Willis Logan, Mary Melller, Lucy M~iller, Virgin StullZ, Pearl Sample. Morris Atkiu-ou, Gilbert B tic, Roeeoe Brown, Furuian Brubaker, S on Covey. K?*ut Carper. Carl I)ud ey, Charley Dog-in. John Guuu, Lester Hartles*. Ray lianu, Calviii "Ruder. Howard Kuder, Earl Kesler, Taylor Morau, O. I>. Oakey, Leonard Higmnu, Howard Surface, Samuel Torrid, Charles Webber, Edward Worrier:, Einuiett White, Harvey "Woods, Oscar Wells. Fkom Bkcoxd Primary B to Skcoxo Piiima 11 y A?Ernest AllfT, Raymond Bradley, Alfred Brown, Marsha l Brown, Shannon Braddock, Loyd Crotts, F. J. Chapman, Hyde Crawford. Harry Daru&ll, Elmer (iwyoie, Fletcher Leaved, Walter Oaken, Livingstone Plaice, Palmer Robertsou, Harold Sample. Roscoe Treavey, Maynard Wesr, Margaret Earley. GIad&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 June 1908

I I . 5 i ?tt-RECEIVED TODAY j fJk [ j, rA[j + ' Y OUR STOCK W1 II CiB LOAD of thR CtLEBBATED I ?^\1 fiSi |E% ' Men and Boys' mmjrn nun ^clJ^Pf' 6 I I 1 VI J I 1 , ~ ?&kv i.' v.- ??? ??? PERFECTION "%/ ?HWI)* i4 > j up-to-datk and snappy ' i i .. i ? Quality up to the Highest Standard of BxcoMenM. PRICES RIGHT. AND PRICED ESPECIALLY CHEAP. . . yr-* . ? . A / ^ A a .Jfta aT. A . A [ COME AND 8KB FOR YOURSELF. !r-7fi r g batcb jS? frfl ^OPgmbg* t6> 1903 * Johnston, Is} ? Terry Co. Johnston, Dav& lorpvto. sW!jf>y.- s^-smsse? U V v Steadfast and Blltrlt? SHOES. VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1908. ~ NUMBER 3 i DEAD MAN MAY REGAIN LIEE itColor Saltl to lie lleturning to Body of N. tl. Carpenter, Rntbalmod n Month Ago. diysleiatis i'u/.zlcd. New York. June 0.?A special from Asheville, N. C., to the Herald, says: One of the strangest eases known to medical science and which is attracting much interest and comment,Is t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 June 1908

2 md BE YOUR OWN WEATHER PROPHET Ituin Will Fall if tlio Cow Kicks Over Pall While Milking? Had Dreams Mean Some Cliauge in Conditions. Anyone can bo his own weather bureau if lie learns to read correctly the signs of changing weather placed before him in the open skies, the clouds, winds and atmosphere, the actions of different animals, and even his own feelings, according to an interesting old English book of 1827, entitled "Forster's Encyclopedia of Natural Phenomena." The first part of this book, full of old country lore, a copy of which is in town, is called "Prognostics of the Weather." In alphabetical order are set down a store olworld-old sayings and predictions in regard to the weather. The man who can tell you whether it is going to bo rainy or fain tomorrow is found so far back in history that he is lost. Every generation has had its weather prophets, even the present one. The more scientific watching of the weather conditions which the official weather bureaus keep, lias...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 June 1908

. I IfI i R N I T U R jk'l 1 8 I GOOD NEWS. 3 Many Salem Readers Have i Heard It an<l Profiled i Thereby* ij "Good nevvti travels fast," and V the thousands of bad hack sufferers in Salem are glad to learn 'I that prompt relief is within /( their reach. Many a lame, weak /j and aching back is bad no more, i thanks to Dunn's Kidney l'ills. y] viur citizens are icintig tm> good iipws of their experience with 'I tlir Old Quaker Remedy. Here fl is an example worth rending: /j W. \V. Rhodes, living one mile jji east of Salem, Vn? says: "For l] three years 1 Nuffered from a eontiuual dull aehe across the fl small of my hack, caused by the /{ failure of my kidneys to perform J their functions properly. The kidney secretions v^y-e disorder- ? ed, being irregular in-actum, con- t tabling a sediment and causing pain during passage. I used several remedies but failed to obtain the desired relief, until Ij started taking Dean's Kidney l'iils. procured at \V. T. Younger's d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 June 1908

4 jfrlew $imc5-|lcg Pl'ULlSHKD EVERY THYRSI Salem Printings Pub C. D. DF.N1T. Rdito W. W. McCLUNU. II Subscripts Ou? Year, Nine Month? Six Mouth* Threw Mouth*, PHONE The matter of keeping worthless dogs off the streets of Salem will be put squarely up to the council of the town pretty soon. The people are getting in the mood to ask it. and if refused, to know the reason why. Roanoke is full to overflowing today with Virginia Democrats, and is enjoying the experience. If however, her guests get full of a certain Roanoke article, they will not be nble to fully oppree late ttoanoKo nustic ana Hospitality. Mayor Preston and Councilmen Shank and Morehead. who fell before the battle of ballots on Tuesday, will retire with the : confidence and best wishes of . their constituents, notwithstand- , ing the fact that others were colled upon to discharge the duties that they have efficiently | rendered in the past. The Petersburg Index-Appeal correctly sizes up the situation in Republican polit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 June 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. HOLY .JUMPERS" OO FREI Jnry Says Fine Should Not Have Been Imposed. s "Mother" A. Johnston, the leadei of the "Holy Jumpers," and Hen rietta Joiner, then a nimble "jump er," but now an exile from the ranks will not have to pay the fines of $2" and $15 respeetively, recently imposed by Mayor Preston, upon a warrant charging them with a violation o; ration 188 of the Town ordinance* by disturbing the peace and quletudi of the people in the vicinity when they hold their meetings, sometime! lasting all night. They at tlrst refused to pay tb< fines and went to jali as martyrs, bnl later took an appeal to the eircuil court, and were released upon giving bond for their appearance, and for th< payment of tbe fines, if affirmed. Th%case was begun before a jury on Tuesday, and because of the large number of witnesses examined on each side, was not concluded until yes'erday afternoon, when tbe jury returned a verdict ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 June 1908

I JO THE VOICE. Little Hubert's mother sent iilm oil an errand to a neighbor's house. The servant showed hhu into a pretty receptionroom. He remembered to sit quietly. Even though he heard a fluttering In the next room,? ami there were only surtains between,?he dill not lea -e his chair to peep or see what it was. But the next minute lie had such a surprise! A irreat. loud. heart.v voice cried: "Why, hello. Hubert! So you're back again.! "How do you do! I'm glad to sec you! Yes. that's so! Whoa, Kitty 1 Stand still, whoa! Ho\vwow-ow! Bow-wow-ow ! Lie down. Prince! Yes, good dog! Good Prince!" And then came a sound like the squeaking of the .screen. A more astonished little boy H could not be found, lie expected every minute to see the master of the house walk through the curtain before him. It was very hard to sit still. He wanted to go into the next room and ?ee who it was that was calling him, and what all the commotion wn? about; but mother hail always told him not to walk about ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 June 1908

W. C. T. U. COLUMN! ' j orricERH HAM'n w. c. t. v. President.?Mrs. Mlniah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. II. Dlllard, Mrs. B. K Moore, Mrs. II. T. Semonos. .4 Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. U. Whitescarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. NnprrlntrndrnU of IXpitrlnirnl*. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenchaln. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. B. R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whitesell. I Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. [TlIK TlMKK Rr.OISTKK AND SUNTINKl,. at their request,has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire charge of It, and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises to be an Intprestlug feature of the paper, and we commen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 June 1908

1 MKIQHK!? pwt'' V .'I. -* '*" ''TIT'* i I V r * ? ~ A HINT TO YOUNG LADIES. Some Admonitions Thut tlioi WIho Ones Will Heed. < The following communication recently appeared iu the Lynchburg News, contributed by a "Reader." It impresses us most forcibly, nml in the hope that it will be good to others, is reproduced here: Leaders, like ladies and gentlemen. are born?"'tis bred in the bone." There are different [ t.\ pee of both ; different temperaments; the dashing and impului Vl> <?ir> noOnont .....I ?> .X. , i v ?,.vviiv ntiu ruililUUH. We hat! our LtA\ our Jackson, our Stuart, our Morgan and our For[ * rest, each different In their manners, their individual modes, temperaments. impulses and personv alitles?but eneit a natural commander of men?but all great leaders. In civil life it is the same. We had our Jefferson, our Jackson, our Henry, our Cal% houn. And we might go on ad Infinitum, through all the pursuits and vocations o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 June 1908

^ fft ' 4 ??-^CEIVED TODAY /^, A t*flE, J "W> ^ OUR STOCK IM II C4B lOAli of the CFLEBB&TEB I ii^'%%% frWF 4fr"/%%%/ "Jut g%. M??andBoy?'vifltfljflff *jr HI HHP <^ 4JWr'WI' ft^JftWMky Jr-[ i^-?: v PERFECTION rLUun -mil?- i * V UP-W-Y)ATk' aV? S^APlMf dift <MaOMfe,:'v?L. "' ' .' _ _ > ?7 Quality up to the Highest Standard of ^ ^ Excellence PRICES RIGHT. / W \W ? * AND PRICED ESPECIALLY CHEAP. ^ . a. / ^ A A, A. jZ^ J.fc ? COMB AND SEE FOR YOCRSBLP. ^ CSonsolibateb. SssCt'tfjuj?I 'SiToownbcr le, I90&* Jekistn, Oaj I Terrj Co. Johnston, Day& lerrv lo. O* ^ 1 tl \ ^ Steadfast and Ulltrite SHOES. ? ** ? . 'jyii1-1 . , VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1908. f NUMBER 4 1 1 ?, .-.! - .. MM IB 1 ?\ 5 I ? _ THE FARMERS TURN NOW Wbo Would Not Be n Hayseed" at Tills Time? It tifl> long been n stock Joke of ? certain elans of humorists to picture the farmer as a "hayseed." The agriculturist w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 June 1908

/ 2 A DANGEROUS GAME "Very well, thou, I forbid you to do It," lie said severely. "You're becoming a perfect tyrant," she retorted. This was but the beginning of something which sounded remarkably like a quarrel. Theywere having breakfast, and with them also sat their little son, a serious-faced little boy, whose eyes were brimmed full of wonder, save for a little fear. They.' >|Q/1 f/4 ItUti ?.wl i.??1 v? i vi mvv veil ii iiii ?uu lit" lli*U forgotten his egg, for he eat with hie spoon held up ? quite against rulee laid down for Ida guidance for holding spoons ? looking from one to the other as each spoke. When the conversation had reached thie poiut, he, unnoticed, still grasping hie spoon, slipped from his chair ami walked out of the room, went up a few stairs and entered another. His governess was breakfasting in this room. She greeted the little fellow with a siuile, and, seeing him armed with a spoon, "You're early, aren't you, dear ?" "I?1 wanted to ask you somethi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 June 1908

NEW GOWN IS SHOCKING Crowd* of Meu Follow tlie Women Wlio We?r Them In Cltie*. The Directolre gown Is the latest Paris freak In the shape of a dress, that is indecent, to say the least. Paris lias already voted the gown too exciting, and several women who wore them in Chicago and New York almost created a panic. According to press reports the Directolre gown is popular with the m en folks?so very popular, in fact, that when in New York a woman appeared on the street with the costume she was surrounded with a crowd that blockaded traffic, and when she took a coach to escape the vulgar gaze as many men ns possible climbed on with her. I In Chicago a show girl wore one out to walk. Chicago for-i got - to do business for an hour or- so. Brokers left their tickers and shoppers left their bargains, while the street cars were stop-, ped by the mob and people climbed the trolly poles lest they should miss one iota of whatever novelty and lingerie might be on parade. The crowd which gatli cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 June 1908

4 $imcs-|lcg PUBLISHED EVERY THCKS Salem Printings Pue C. D. DEN1T, Enrtt W. W. McCLCNU. I Subscripti On* Tear, Nine Month*. ..... Six Month* Three Month*, PHONI ONLY THEIR PRIVILEGE. Never did the grip of Mr. Bryan upon the Democratic party organization have a more striking proof than in the Virginia .Democratic Convention, which adjourned at Roanoke Thursday night after a wild and disorderly session. In spite of the fact tiiat only 300 of the 800 delegates to the convention were instructed for Bryan; in spite of the protest of Senator Daniel, a better and older Democrat than Bryan and a man of whom Virginia ought to think a greut deal more; in spite of the general unwisdom of sending mere messenger-boys to deal with a situation in which unfettered delegates might be able to effect valuable results;? iiit* > irgmwi convention went into hysterics and instructed the State's delegates to Denver in favor of Mr. Bryan for the Presidency. Senator Daniel possesses as many quali...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 June 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. INDICTED TRUNK STEALERS. A special grand jury was einpanneled in the circuit court on Monday, and returned true bills against Samuel and ' Edward Coleman, colored, of this place, for grand larceny, the charge being the theft by man-i ipulation of trunk checks, of a, trunk belonging to Mrs. T. LiLyons, of Graham, Va. These same negroes were indicted in April last for the theft in the same manner of a trunk and contents belonging to Rev. H. Q. Burr, for which Edward Coleman was tried on Monday and was given five years in the penitentiary. Samuel was tried yesterday and given nine years in the same Institution. * These negroes seem to have worked the game of trunk steal-! ing for all It was worth for some time past, their scheme being when at the station to have an old telescope checked, and when unobserved, to exchange that for the check on some val-< uable trunk. Their trials on the last indictment have been con tinued...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 June 1908

6 MASTER OF I HIS CRAFT Among the immigrants awnit- | iug examination at Ellis Island j was a tall young fellow, with a little black bag under his arm. j "lie was a Pole, alnmt twenty | years old, and his admission was. a pleasing and dramatic incident. The lesson it teaches is as good i for native Americans as for lm-l migrants. When the young man's turn 4.. ............ 41... I -.14 ? 1.1 ? I vu niin?? rr lilt; llit'v i lulilt? j question, "How much money have you?" he mulled, and answered frankl.v, "None." "Hut don't you know you can't come in here ir you have no mon- j cy, and no friend to speak for you ? Where are you going ?" "To Fall River first. I have a i friend there. Then I shall see the whole country. You will hear of me." The inspector proceeded rather sharply. "How will you get to Fall River ? Where will you v- cat and sleep tonight ?" "I shall be all right." replied the young fellow, confidently. "With this"?tapping the black bag?"1 can go anywhere. "What is it?" The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 June 1908

O M # W. C. T. U. COLUMN OFFICERS SALEM W. C. T. V. rrmudDi.?nrs. minimi nuuun i/nj. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. I). Dlllard, Mrs. E. K Moore, Mrs. B. T. Memories. Recording 8ecretary.~Mr*. O. F. Moyer. Correspond lug Secretary .?Mrs. W. II. Whltescarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Nn per I mend eats of Dspsrlnirais. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenchaln. Florence Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. E. K. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Seniones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Ued Letter Bay.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Fenn. Literature?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. [Tita Timks-Rkoiktkh awd 8entinm? at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire charge of It. and be responsible for all mat irr buviviih i? |iiviMiora iv uv an iuwiv??i?k feature of the paper, anil we com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 June 1908

\ , 8 piteous pleading; Iii the platform of the Republican national convention, curiously put i before the public before the conven-1 tion hud met or hud had opportunity j to consider or to act, the Republican I party is presented as down on its knees to the country. Apparently it is tn dire fright. With clasped hands, quivering lips, chalky face! and wild eyes it babbles incoherently of what it has done in the past and j pours forth promises of what it will I do in the future if but given a chance. | No oriental criminal prostrating him- j self before a judge with the prospect 1 of death before him ever abased iiitn-1 self more abjectly or pleaded more] wildly or inconsequentially. The platform seems to indicate that the Republican party has lost its ; k itv?-1?^v,?.y i\.o ivir^i^uv, no [ivwirr ui i expression, its comprehension of the intelligence of the public. It asks! millions of thinking ami intelligent American people t<? believe that all the progress, growth and p...

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