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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 June 1908

' mCoffiB Bt Electricity I ry.f ?jp # . , ^ Snecial Sale Dress Goods WC ARC 4?HW r?K B M A B /<^f 1/1^3^ ^ ] "*^f' |B^ 1^^, B^ [B^^'jB^ | AA PIECES BEAUTIFUL 8(1 KK It ChaBt?^?rnea /*& ?i \%' I-1V 15^ Jt' 'I# W^SP A\mr%% JWM'Ik Jl' IUU Organdies and Dimities 'Mm anil Tpm ' -h?M|** * "YSU'Te?T0HQT UUmUUU uliU IChIU V SJjjS? ^'. _ Actual viiluc I5?, (*(' hikI Me per jril. Special wwMWWW H W^?W at 10c and 15\c i?cr yard. 7 ^ ~ I^^Bl ^ . (B Extra ale* sheer WHITE I.AWN, to Inches i HT^UTT ?on?olibaUb W ?4ftlttt ^ L 3Wmb? ?, 1903? i?S-" ! . Mnsli, tali Tenj Co. fr M** s mb* m i inj &. l>UOAK3<- ' >? ?* . 't ' ? ' VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIR(tlNIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1908. ~ NUMBER 5 , ? - ' **? " " mamm " TWO FAT "OLD BOYS." That Itepulillcnn Convention Output Typical?'Too Heavy in Spots. Toft and Sherman 1 That's the ticket named b.v the National Republican convention at Chicago last week. It is the fattest aggregation ever p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 June 1908

2 WATCHMAN, WHAT I? OF THE NIGHT?i ? A ltevtew nf KxlstiiiK Comli- z tions Strongly and Truth- ^ fully Portrayed. In its last issue the Pentecostal Herald, published at Louisville, J Ky., contained the following article, written by its editor. Rev. Henry Clay Morrison, which >s ' worthy of careful perusal by all thoughtful citizens: "May 1 speak a few words of ' warning out of my heart to my fellow countfyinen, without ex- 1 citing their anger, and bringing ! down upon iny head a volley of bitter censure and abusive criti- ' cism ? Impossiblcl Very well, 1 1 shall speuk in the fear of God 1 and the love of men, nnd take , the consequences. "Within the last sixty days, 1 1 have traveled on the Pacific ' slope, the Gulf Coast, the Atlantic seaboard, in the Central West, and now I write from the far Northwest corner where the twilight is fading until half past nine, and dawn is tingeing the east at three in the morning. The atmosphere is so pregnant with ideas, the newspaper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 June 1908

; TO DEPORT 2,000 "WHITESLAVES" 'Secret Service Agouti Arrest .4 Man and Woman at Head Of Nefarious Business. Chicano. June 22.?Wholesale truffle in French women exposed by Federal authorities by the arrest of A. Duval and wife in the raiding of a resort in Chi Icago and a "retreat" at Blue Island, III., is to be broken up by United States District Attorney Edwin W. Sims. Information secured at Duvul's headquarters probably will load to the arrest of 2,000 French women by United States marshals at Minneapolis, St. Louis, New York, New Orleans, kunsaH City and other cities. All of them who have been here | less than three years will be deported from the country from E which they were brought. V Secret service men who are I detailed on tho case believe the arrest of Duval and his wife will stop the Importation of immoral French women to Chicago, and it is expected that hundreds of the young women who are dlsItrlbuted or sold to resorts In other cities of the country through the Chicag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 June 1908

\ 4 Am 79T??MrMriy ^ A/ (jP'WUW pudl1siibd kvkky thuki Salem Printings Pui c. d. hbnit, bdit w. w. mi'cluno. Subscript One Year Dine Mont lip Six Month* Three Month*, PHON OLD SONtt TO NEW TUNE. Under the caption, "Good Roads or the Backwoods," the Roanoke World of Mouday referred to the attitude of the United States Government concerning bad roads and the rural mail service, to which reference was made in these columns last week, and adds : " If Roanoke county people will not improve the public highways and keep them iu good repair. Uncle Sam will come along and tell Roanoke county to take its old-time place in the back woods. That's not sentiment?it's sense. And when Uncle Sam says a thing in that way he usually means it. "Postmaster Funkhouser, of Roatinlrn alnnrr aitV< nankakl- ? ?-<? ! ?v?vy wtvug mvu |/1 UUOUIJ <9 UldjVl I" ty of postmasters throughout the country and several that we know of in Virginia, received a notice from the postoffice de...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 June 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. l'UIILI8HBD EVERY THURSDAY. Perhaps a New High School. * ? ?- ? J * A%vdii&ni? iiir uruwiHii conni lion of the present school build ings, the Salem School lloar< has under consideration the plai for a new and modern higl school building, at some othei point in town, so that the pros ent buildings may be used exclusively for the grammar grade Mr. Thomas H. Cooper lias generously tendered the Board fre? of cost the large lot on east Mali street, formerly the Page property, as a site for. the new higli school building, and the boarc will, we are sure, give this liberal offer due consideration when the selection of a site if taken up. Little Child seriously III. Maynaril, the little two-yearold won of Mr. and Mrs. G. E Phlegar, of this place, wan taken to the Jefferwon Hospital in Roanoke Tuesday afternoon, anil operated upon for an abscess on the lunj?. The little fellow hat since developed pneumonia, and his condition is regarded as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 June 1908

r_ . ^ a A LABORING ! JAN'S WAR rbf Cnrsp ??t" Poverty and lis l'u<terlyti?k Chiim-s. The Newport News TiniesHeraJd forcibly points out that in Henrico county the other day a cane of inconceivable degradation was diHcovered and brought to tiie attention of the court. A man. his daughter, and several children were living together in a single room under, circumstances t?*> disgusting and indecent to print. They were lost to all sense of shame, and seemed not to realize the depth of the degradation to which they had fallen. What was the matter? Poverty. Onee they were fairly prosperous, ami then the.v had self-respect ami respectability. But the mine in which the man hud worked, together with others, closed down anil most of the miners moved away. Hut he remained and endeavored to support his family by working on neighboring farms, lie received for his services scant rations or cunt meal and bacon . and a small sum of money, which was inadequate to the needs or th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 June 1908

W. C. T. U. COLUMN orriCKKM NALKIM W. C. Tw V. President.?Mrs. Mlmab Hobbs Da?. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. II. Dlllard, Mrs. E. U Moore, Mrs. II. T. Betuones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O, F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whltescarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. NnprrlalrnrtraU of Department*. Bvangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obenchaln. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. K. K. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semoncs. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Mover. Social Meetings and Ited Letter Day.?Miss MaKKle Whltescll. Sunday School.?Mr*. J. T. Ponn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. (Tub Timrs Heoihtrk and Sew-tirei.. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. O. T. Union, who will have the entire chaTKO of It. and be re<ponslble for all matter therein. It promises to be an Interesting feature of the paper, and we comm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 June 1908

' 8 TMRANCE ! EIGHT BREWING ItiM^ntistiu-tion Over Krcent > Court 1>pc(hIoiim Nettlrn Prohibitionist*. A Uichtnond letter announces thot people m the great Southwest section ^ of the State are disgruntled at the _ r?>Oenf ilot'iwtitti I if tln? Sihitn Pnpnnru - J tiou Commission u? the ltoanoke v liquor cases. As a result they will inaugurate a movement to have the j State vote ou the question of prohib- Q iting the sale of liquor throughout r the Ooxmouwealth. 11 The South west, generally speaking, j a is a dry community. Under the . terms of the decision, a liquor dealer ! p in Roanoke can ship liquor iif?o these ' ^ dry communities, and the express !0 companies ere obliged to carry the 1 shipments, although prohibited from j doing so by ordinances of the several j t dry towns. The decision does not!, conform to the idea of local self-! , government which is prevalent in the i >v Southwest. They take she view that !f aL . !?.- 1 1 . I ' ...

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

m CoffsB By Blflctriciiyi ry, f fgmr ^. JL Sicial Sale Dress Goods WKAMAOIHTirOR I I lli'WWl M11 . ^|f rfEj? ^ ^jl"^ 'flf I |(^WT IA A P"0>8 BEAUTIFUL BHEBB Cham%?JS,^?rne'81 /W C4JUk ??? ?^J???Wk5p JI'JsM'Ik JP 100 organdies and Dimities Paffaea a a J Taaa ?A?TT), 111 ,' specially suited to hot weaker LuQuuS fllHu IBuU J Actual vulu? Mc, wo And ?c per jd. Special VVMVV0 Www imv MHE , at IOcand UXe peryard. / . Extra nice sheer WHITE LAWN. 40 Inches In sealed i?ackaircs. Oet one package and be /T> f? L I V 'ik -4^/ A aA H .. , _ wide. We quality. Special at 12 Sc. convinced of their superior quality. V^OTtSOUOa ICO /W*?M? BT I 'IKT 013(2111 b <2 IT ifl iflOS A A? CALICOES .t 5c per yard until the JfaMqifajb' IW ' Mistnili) A Turf ti. ph?wr *?. MIl:, * . VX)LUMlE 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THuj|p)AY, JULY 2, 1908. NUMBER 6 ~ ' '? PHRASES THAT WILL LIVE Mr. Cleveland's Statesmanlike Utterances. The literary style of Mr. Cleveland haN been frequently criticis...

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

2 WHAT MADE WHEAT SOAR Bug Worth .*100,000,000 to Farmers is Outdone. Washington, I). C., June 28.? Exit the $100,000,000 bug. The advent of the llessian fly, which is now devouring the winter wheat crop and bringing terror to the hearts of the farmers in Kansas, marks the passing frqm the spotlight of what was probably in its hey dey the greatest wealth producing insect in the records of commerce. This bug, the 6piing green Aphis, was worth $100,000,000 to bank accounts of people in this country in 1907, who escaped its call. At the same time it was so destructive that desperate efforts were made to exterminate it. Men wise in bug-ology were on their knees in the fields examining it with magnifying glasses. The scientists discovered other bngs or flies which took such a fancy to the little bug id questidh that they actually began to feed on it. Then these scientists hatched members of these exchanges first in- 1 formed the press, the public and 1 even the wheat raisers of the South...

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

"in cod we trust: Whether the president speak without thinking or not, he sel doua speaks without making th< rest of the people In the countr: * think, or think they think, whic) I is as far as some men ever get oi the wav to intellectual nroecwj I Awl it io also to be noteil thai tbey speak just as promptly just as impulsively, just oh hair triggery as the president can Ix accused of doing. The first Mmo I saw tin phrase, as I remember, was 01 the old Trade dollar, which wai worth only W2 centB. Tha1 t started the irreverent jokes ani profane cartoons, to which tin president refers in his letter ex plaining why he ordered the om ission of the phrase from thi new issue of coin. There is nc more reverence in the words 01 our money than there is in texti of Scripture printed on card, scattered about the streets lik< in;urtn, 10 ue irampieti unaor 1001 of?er?men. All our coins o high value bear the inscriptloi now. Ami there Iiuh never beei a time' In the history ...

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

__4 Jtaltm euucs-Bcg PUBLISHED BVBBT TUDK8 Salem Printing^Pub C. D. DBN1T, Kdito W. W. McCLUNO. 1 Subscripti One Year, Nine Month* Six Mouth* Three Month*, PHONI NOTHING UNCERTAIN ABOUT IT. The wish whs probably father to the thought when some one in Richmond a few days ago gave publicity to the unfounded report that former Governor Montague had decided to cat loose from his Democratic affiliations and would stump the State this fall in behalf of the Republican ticket, in return for a promised United States judgeship. We were among those who did not credit his reputed defection, for the reason that it was beyond our belief that one who had been so signally honored by the Democratic party in the past, and to which he had rendered loyal and effective services, could thus betray the confidences that had been reposed in him in such a manner. We are glad to be numbered among those who have ever admired greatly the splendid ability of Mr. Montague, and who have been proud of the record th...

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

I Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVEHY THURSDAY. HOW IT LOOKEP HERE. Ttae partial cclipso of the surf , oh Sunday morning last attractftrl mnnh a+tonlInn In Molnm ??wl while it lasted many persons saw the queer phenomenon through smoked glasses. < The eclipse was very nearly a total one for this section of the country, the sun being obscured entirely save for. n small crescent. At the point when it was greatly obscured the daylight became very mellow and present^ ed ni? appearance not unlike that of the twilight hours. AN INTERESTING TRADITION. Commenting on this eclipse the Baltimore Sun recalls that a romantic tradition of the Indians v of New York affirmed that an eclipse once prevented a battle between the Mohawks and Senecas over the stealing by the latter" of a number of Mohawk girls. The fighting was about to begin when the sky darkened. In terror. the offenders surrendered the girls and the pipe of peace was smoked. This eclipse, according to the late Prof...

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

6 THE HEAD OF \ THE HOUSE 8Ii? Becomes ITiiiiwiclpiitcd. Leighton Osmun. in Bohemian | Magazine. The Head of the Mouse did not greet me with the customary kiss when 1 came home from business one night. Instead she; gazed at nie almost with aversion. I wondered what 1 had dime to merit her displeasure, j and went raking around in my memory to ferret out something j which might have induced her evident coldness. 1 could discover nothing, however, and decided to await further information. | Toward the end of dinner it l I came. "I think men are horrid. Jim.", j I looked up in surprise, for 1 j had never noticed that The Head of the House looked upon the male sex with any great amount of abhorrence. "Mrs. Townley was here this afternoon." she went on. "and we were talking about the way they treat women. Why, women arc just their slaves. It is almost as i bad as it used to bo hundreds o.'| years ago when they had no rights at all." She sat back njid looked at me indignantly. "In it as ba...

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

w. C. t. u. colIn OFriCRHN NALRN W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. MUitah Hobbs Day. Vloe-Presldents.?Mrs. L. M. Leo, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. n. IMllard, Mrs. K. K Moore. Mrs. II. T. Hemoncs. Joeordlng Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whitoscarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. UnperlslfMirBU or Departments. R ami AIiiiiIiiimu Mr. r> V (wnchtln. Plorence Orlttcnton Home.? Mrs. K. R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Sterons. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Somones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Mover. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie WhltOBell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. [Thb Timbs-Rkoihtkr and 8rntinbu at their requeet. has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and falthrul women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire chau-go of It. and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises to be an Interesting feature of the paper, and we commend a careful per...

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

IVARIOUSLY VIEWED The foresighted woman hesitates before ordering. Suppose one of those dlreetolre gowns should shrink ? ? Indianapolis News. The city should provide a breakfast for all school children, for all wives who do not keep u cook, and for all lunch room patrons who find themselves short on the morning of payday. While It is about it. the city should wash up the dished of an evening:?Brooklyn Stand* nisi Union. When aeroplanes get to working easily it may be found necessary to roof the penitentiary yards.?Cleveland Leader. We should think that an ingenious woman could get her husband to do almost anything she liked by threatening to wear a direetoire gowp if he did not.? Chicago News. With the President's arsenal in the African jungle the Dove of Peace will have quieter roosting. ?St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Speaking of Sunny Italy, king Alfonso arises to remark that Spain is something of a sonny country, too. ? Data via (V V) Daily News. It will he strange if the arbitrary ac...

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

Ceff88 By Blectricity t ^ ^^Special Sale Dress Goods Coffees and Teas ^ I Ac^U>k' value 15c, ISo and 3Cv per yd. Special In nca'ed packages. Oct one package and be /T> g L 'f I Extra nice sheer LAW N, Inches convinced of their superior quality. Vol mTftlllf HiYlDn /W /IH^V H k . _ , _ wide, 18c quality. Special at 12Sc. I , I n ?m fl ^onsottOateO I^.IT T1 Hi g 1 'SflWrnber 10, 1903 * ?tSSS^" ^iffi Jitasln, fej i Tmj (i. "-. VOLUME 43. SALEM, V^KffiNl^fflURSDAY, JULY 9, 1908. """"" NUMBER 7 AS LINCOLN SEES BRYAN Atirt Ho Is u Uood Citizen?Generous t? Charities aud Hupporter of improvements? Kndrarrd to Ofty By A>t.H Writing of Wllllaui J. Bryan'a home life aud the estimation in which he Is held b.v the people of his home town, the Lincoln (Nob.), correspondent of the New York World says: The Bryan of 11)08 is a strap i iiit'u w iiv im>u wutcnou him in the full swing of previous campaigns. The olcltinie impulsiveness has utterly vanished and...

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

i< k"-< i.>nK nit* iMiucH ior wnietv tho.v were paid out of tlio public purac to lag for a partisan cause. Ilis own utterances were his sole capital; his only recruiting officers were private citizens who hn<l faith in liis professions and < endorsed his declared policies; ; his nomination will follow in obedience to the untrainmcled voice ] of the body of the Democratic i constituency, lie will not be tho creature of an Individual creator. He will not be a dummy, pledged in advance to conform his conduct to the program of his patron and promoter. He will not have reduced himself to an i echo, a phonograph, a parrot to "i dutifully repent the phrases of a 1 masterful voice. Ills gratitude will ho due alone, where his single obligation is, to the lri'OA 1 mil inpSt u r\f n ircium MII.B who crowned liim with their np- 1 probation without dragooning or i manipulation. If elected, his nilministration will bo bound only i by the dire...

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

MARRIAGE A LA MODI lt'H Hard On a Olrl Wbi Pomormr Wealth. Tbe lovely American Hlghed: "1 iruCHH it'? real hard." ahi isnid, "on a girl that*H got twent; millions." "What is hard ?" I inquired. "Not being able to fix up mar riages with SelterswaBser." "Arc you going to have mor than one?" "Sure!" she said, visibly sur prised. "What do you think ?" I apologized for my stupidity and asked her to tell me hou many are considered necessary. S" Well,"?she began to count hei taper fingers?"there's the fam lly ceremony. That's Episcopal iao-Baptlst. Poppa used t< teach an E.-B. Sunday class, s< I'll have to have that. That'i one Then Selters wants us dom hie way." The Kp-Bap dwrni't conteni him ?" ' No, he suys it's too easy U get divorced. Maybe it is. Bui you've got to motor down intc Texas for it. Anyway, being Or tbodox Pomeranian, he says w< in ust be Pomuied. That's two Isn't it ? Then there's the civl ceremony. 1 guess Judge Mor iran would be hurt ir ...

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

4 " i Jtwes-^eg PTULISHED EVERY THDRS Salem PrintingsPue C. D. DKNIT, kimt< W. W. MuCLUNU. b>ubscripti On? V?Hr, ..... Nlu? Mouth?, ..... 8ix Mouth" Thre* Mouths, ..... PHON1 ? \EU ( 0I RTI10USE DEIIDEI) ON. j Roanoke county i? to have a j new courthouse, and it will be > modern in architecture, con-: venienee and equipment. That fact was settled at the adjourned meeting of the super-. visors, held at the courthouse last Friday to further consider the subject. At that time Supervisor Logan, in a speech of some length and much earnestness, frankly confessed that he had reached the conclusion that the time had arrived when the county should have a new courthouse building, and that his ideas on the subject had undergone a material J change since the previous meet- | ing, when the matter was under consideration Petitions favoring It, numerJ| cusly signed, were presented and read, as well as a very complete report from Walter Watson, expert engineer, (els...

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