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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 July 1908

m j " *' Sfaltw* Mtgi&itt zpjz toffees Mid Teas -an?. v SHOES?? SLIPPERS Mliyy UUU Toclosc them out before I sll. These k?o<U W^PW PW ^^P^ VPW V ) must ko? and the |>rlces no-/ will surprise L / ^ ^ ^ - IH you. All the 141 tiles' and Misses' WHITE >nwnMaMK~ ?onsolibal.b W |*^XT if & I UlWmWr 16, 1903. ""~,7 S=" JoIibsImi, Daj& Teirj Go. 1 4H* m.*., m s i?? t,. PWMEiM. 1 .e _ -j* VOLUME 43. SALEM,vVIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1908. NUMBER 10 > I I '" rtinsiirin itiT I? . ..- -? SRfNffiMI, AT LEAST Asserted Thnt Solid Vote ot Forty Thousand Oluss It low ers Will <*? to Itr.vnn and Keru. A Baltimore special or Monday says that the American Federatlon of Labor is going to take a decided stand in the coming presidential campaign, according to Dennis A. Hayes, fifth vicepresident of the federation. Mr. Hayes was in this city during I the pant week presiding over the deliberations of the Class Bottle...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 July 1908

2 ULTIMATE CHIC STYLES What tli<> Fashion World I.s (testily ApproiiclitiiK. This is the season, nar excel ? k-iico, of striking Hats. Led by the famed "Merry Widow," tlio styles in headgear for the late spring and summer of 1008 are such as to make us look forward with pleasant anticipation tci the autumn^ Did .voii catch that ? > Among the best-known stylet in hats just at present arc these : "The Merry Widow." Furtliei details unnecessary. The "Paid In Full." Very rare indeed. The "Waltz Dream." Anything not "Merry Widow," which, nevertheless, is built like a waltz The "Father and the Boys.' Plain derby effects, as a rule. The "Servant in the House.' What you wore last year doubt less. The "Merry Widow Burlesque1 Most of the "Merry Widow" hati seen on Broadway. One of tho most dazzling hati seen recently was that of Mrs I'opplejoy Sprink. It was a sim pie thatched straw, decorate* with four parallel lines of aspnr agus tips applique, surrnountc* b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 July 1908

I??? I \i/ r t ii rnniuiu TT. V. I. U. UULUITIll orncEKANAixx w. c. T. v. Prosldeuf.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Leo, Mrs. A. N. Hrown, Mrs. W. II. DlUard, Mrs. K. H Moore. Mrs. II. T. Semones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. * Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. White-1 scarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Huprrlstrsdeat* of Dtpsrlmrots. MvanKolUm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Ubenchaln. Vloronce Crittenton Home.? Mrs. B. K. Moore. Mcdul Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. 'lower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Moyer-Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. I'enn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. - 7 (Tint Timks-Rkuihtkh and Skntinki.. at their request, has placed a column at the dls!posal of the earnest and falthrul women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire ohorKe of It, and be re*i>onslblo for all matter therein. It promises to be an Interesting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 July 1908

4 PUBLISHED KVKKY THCK8D Salem Printings Pubi G. D. DEN IT. Knnoi W. W. MoCLUNU. Bi ZDUOSCripilC One Year, Nine Mouth? Six Moutlie Three Mouth?, PHONE IIEIRST Mli IIISW. "Hilly" Hearst, with much noise and bluster, has launched his new ' Independence party. Win. is: great on doing queer stunts that come to naught. Hut Hilly has. ambition, brass, several organs. 1 poor judgment, but much money and naturally some followers, including John Temple Graves, whom he has bought and paid for, and to whose possession the country will give him good title. Independence party ! Don't " Hearst own it ? Didn't he start it, put up for it, yell for it, and lay claim in his speech to full control over it ? Hut it has out a ticket, and is full-fledged in Its pretensions, at least. Its nominees are: Thomas L. llisgcn, of Massachusetts, for president, and John' Temple Graves, of Georgia, for vice-president. There you arcl Roanoke countyChas harvested a splendid crop of wheat and hay; will have a bumper ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 July 1908

\ ! f t ? . Times-Register and Sentinel, rUIILISHBD BVKliY THURSDAY. THE LADY CHANGED HER MIN Man She Was to Marry 1 >i?1 N? Meet Her (expectations. A few days ago a well-to-d bachelor of Russell county, age thirty years, secured a licens from the Clerk's office here fo hiH marriage to an attractlv young lady of the Hollins neigh borhoo<l, of just sweet seven teen, but the marriage didn't oc cur. According to reports, th parties had never met until th day or the proposed weddinp their engagement having result ed altogether from correspond ence. The would-be benedie was inet in Salem by the fathe of the bride-to-be. the linens wan secured, but when the youni lady saw her affianced groon she backed out, and frankl; told him that the wedding wouli not occur. This la said to hav happened in Roanoke, where th young lady met him. The Ruh sell man was evidently sorel; disappointed and chagrined, bu is said to have told the younj lady that ho regretted she liai put him...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 July 1908

ALL OV Co sll IH'JJ cburcli in A new t but also i suk welfcl all alike. Under a in;u i?m?k can car can sell a feet in Ipii It has ! authority tyrants iu $50,000 \ that conn The tnol ic liailwa nearly c feet lonj5 a solid fil Iron cl< and has t hair clotl tailors at' inrr 4 Iwi c ?oatn. A roo.* William I ra., tuuat .t^lnss in I % and near the woun New Y< funeral I $32.r?0 tti claimed Ij the iiioi*k t>.4()0 of 1 .year. The m?i -of \rizon ?on of JSt living as Wash. Y his lathe ooo. Ki^ht.va tootha lust?thai ha by tee Williani Me., hale without Rhode I Nil persona ti mcst dein the Union other sta to the sqi leads not populatio B A ourIdi M from Hr H sing ton A n At its he 9 lamp, an< glow- fort H little ore B ties have M the "raih 9 One firi HfY has a pel Bd ing Amor t ing largo D and disks H cies in a I B to the ua ffi with t'hii H records, in the Un H In Norv B other Sea M gover'nino HE men by 1? K able in ti HI meat pay H tlien anni ? til t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 July 1908

A WOMAN'S REASON Or Father Tom'* One Romance. The old man got up, tall and straight and smiling. "I'll tell you tlio story of my only romance," said Father Tom, and everybody about the long tables sat up straight with interest. "You may think it queer that a priest should have a roU.anee. but I'm an old man now and I think i can confess with safety. "All these yeart# I've been carrying the ghost of my romance about with me, and only within the last three months have I succeeded in laying it. "I suppose all of you know that I was born and brought up out here in the country. I lived on a farm and I went to a little country school. There was a pretty little girl among the scholars at that school, and as a bare-footed farmer's boy 1 fell desperately in love with her. Of course, I never told her anything of ray feelings, but worshipped silently and at a distance. aiicii came me uino wneti l made up my mind to enter the priesthood. That meant cutting myself off from a great many things th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 July 1908

w ; i s I SPIRIT IN Tut nrew I ML ! LLuii (By Elizabeth Clark Jackson.) The Senator was cozy in one of the secluded Oriental corners of Mrs. A Idea's large reception room. Beside hint seemed to float an intangible, indefinable white mist. Was it a dream, or was it reality? Dare he reach out his hand to grasp it. or would it at his gentlest touch softly melt away? Now it seemed for the moment to be resting lightly, breathlessly, a mass of gold, a flush of pink?which seemed to rise from endless billows of misty white. Mrs. Hardy had Introduced them only a few minutes before, and had fumbled her name. Mrs. Hardy always fumbled names. He wondered what it was. Indeed, so eager had he been to learn, that wlitm he found himself cornered with the young woman he was quite calm in face of such calamity. The Senator avoided young creatures usually, but this one was different from all the rest. Already thej were chatting and laughing f "gossiping," smiled the Senntoi to himself, "like two old w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 August 1908

I t ?? . * & :' ? ' v **mm c~,I,,M1 X{MtL? ? f*i?rri?W "" " Cflff^S T^sj ? SHOES SLIPPERS Uilllyyy UmII Toolose them out before Ka'l. Those goods 4b Hb must go. and the prices no*? w ill surprise A. / _ ^ a - you. All the Ladles' and Misses' WIIITK ?onsolibaUb Stf g^ffT*ff& 1 TBWmb? 16, 1903 . "BESSST JoUi.Daj&TenyCo. ^ ??*--* item, h, j m, &. Volume 43! salem, Virginia, th#)rsday, august 6,1908. number u 1 ? AN ANALYSIS! W "MY POLICIES" A L.tttle Investigation Into What These Famous Articles Iteally Are. Discussing the policies of the -present administration. Mr. Taft. refers more than once to "the mora! standnrds set by Mr. Roosevelt," but Mr. Roosevelt lias set no new moral standards. So fur as he has preached morality he has upheld ideas that aro as old as civilization. To be honest, to tell the truth, to obey the inw, to rerrain rrotn covetousness. to reBpect the rights of others ami to live decently are not Roosevelt policies. Th...

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

2 [ I r f r H I : . I 1 1 J A f this s Wo 1? SALEM TIM1 ~ I & much !y^ 50 % Si OFF ^ 0n";;:,.A;:;le" Fine Fill" samples JQ gQ at s House-Fur Our buyer visited the wester ecently and purchased several ca urniture for the fall season-?we i oom for it. P? 1 liil lvuga, V/mpcib ana lYta A wonderful display. Many reductions go past th ' <>v Chairs exactly like this cut, sold at $3.SO jfcjjjl j? g At this sale \ \ $1.75 EACH FinUhod in Mahogany j Oak and Weathered DINING CHAIRS COCKERS |4ip^l I ew dozen just like cut. During $2.00 Each #1 sBaUvye rtk more than double. 0 fj fi fj Weathered Oak 1 Loo Magazine ???? L || Rack tj *y>5 THU Worth $2.75 :S REGISTER AND SENTINEL, TH1 Ss^m/FR ainni ? v kit y i UU)< WORTH OF niture and House acrif ice prices. The Stock consists nishings, Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, n markets ... . . T irs of fine PICTURES must make and WORTH owr SS2.5 O CUSt ttings for ? e half mark. _ gs for . $25.00 Q f ft ? ig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 August 1908

I iplp W. C. T. U. COLUMN orricRitf* nai.i;m w. c. t. v. Preetoeot.?Mrs. Mlinali Hobbs Day. Tlo? Prwldenti.-Mn). L. M. Lee, Mm. A. N. Drown, Mrs. W, It. Dlllanl, Mrs. R. K , Moore. Mrs. B. T. Seniones. KecorUlcg Secretary.?Mm. O. F. Moyer. "Correepoodlnc Secretary.?Mm. W. B. Whltetcsrrer. Treasurer.?Mr*, w. a. Ferguson. Nnsrriateartral* of Department*. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obcochaln. e Florence Crittcnton Home.? Mrs. E. K. Neore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. LucyQravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. U. T. Semones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Mt'rer. -Social Meetings and Ked Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whitesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. I'enn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. |Tmb Timrh-Kkoirtkk and 8kktinki,. 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 he responsible for all matter therein. It promises to lie an Interesting feature of the paper, and we co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 August 1908

_4 j&'alcm $iwc$-|uai PUIIL1SHKD BVKKY THITKSDJ Salem Printing^Publ C. D. DBNIT, Kditor. w. W. McCLUNO. Hill Subscriptio On- Year, . .... N?n- Mouth?. ..... Six Mouth*. . .... Three Months, PHONE "The Twldyphone" is the name Kiven to Mr. Taft by the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, and it fits like ^ Jock's hat band. The venerable Senator Win. 11. Allison, of Iowa, died on Tues day. The next day the fight to p Ik* his successor was begun in fc earnest. The way of the world. The Virginia farmers (a Rood ^ many of them, at least) are in e I Uiehmond this week attendhiR t, the annnnl institute, and for the time being arc enjoyIng "Rood times" even under the Ilepubli- p can panic. ^ "Hearst no boss. Graves assects," was the caption of a t newspaper a'rticle a few* days p ago. Hearst pays Graves to talk such foolishness, but the public will as quickly believe him as they would Mr. Taft if he should say Roosevelt was not his v boss. A! woman writes in the Ladles' K Home Journal on "Wh...

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

% Times-Register and Sentinel. PDttLISHBD BVBKY THDB8DAY. HOTICK or KIKMT HKKTINO OK CUMTOKt. _ IN TUB DISTRICT COITRT OF TUB UNII ted states fur the Western District of Virginia.?In Bankruptcy. In the Matter of i A. L VADKN, V In Bankruptcy, Bankrupt. I To Uio creditors of A. L. Vaden. of the City of Koauoko. lu the County of Hoanoke, and District aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 28Ui day of July. A. D. 1HUS, the said A. L. Vaden was duly adjudicated bankrupt; und that the first meeting of his creditors will lie held at my office. In the City or ttoauokc. Va., on the 18th dav of Aug.. A. D. 1008, at Oo'clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors ..VVM... I'iu<v UIVII ^iSIIIll, it|<|n>lllt it trustee. examine the bankrupt, ami transact auch other business as may properly come before said meeting. (J. II. I'BNN, July TO. ptos. Keferoe in Bankruptcy. 8-0-08-lt noTicK or niMT nk?;tinu or CREDITORN. rN THE DISTRICT CO...

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

* t \\ SOME OF THE BEST.1 1 FEW SIIOItT STOItlES Til AT AttE FltOWN CHASE ItS. A l*o??r Provider. Tim* Kentucky colonel pointed with extreme disgust ut a man I across the street. Then he sald-.j "There goes that fellow Simphod with a fifty-pound sack of J flour, and I'll bet he hasn't a drop of liquor in the house."?TheBohemian. There's Nothing Itettcr. "1 crossed the Atlantic last month with that beautiful young singer. Miss Oeraldlne Farrar," j said the banker of Savannah. j "At dinner one night the cap-, tain of the ship gave a loud; laugh, and looking at the rows of | pretty female faees in the saloon, | he said : " 'Why do men never kiss one another, while women continually do so * Miss Farrar answered: " 'Men have something better j to kiss, but women haven't.' " Not Always What They Meein.f Professor and Mrs. Iladley were on a train bound for New York, where Yale's president was to speak before a national convention. lie made use of the boil!- and twenty minutes he spent in t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 August 1908

ft unc nilIIAll cnn MALI ITIILUUn I UK TOMATO CROP f!?tetourt Canneries I?? an Immense It itsi Hess and KeItecelve Hlg Revenues. "Botetourt has more tomato canneries than any other county in the State, there being close to two hundred of these enterprises scattered through the county," said J. IiUclan Mootn&w, of Botctourt, the secretary of tlio State Farmers' Institute, to a Rich-* moud News-Leader reporter yesterday. "The industry is one which the people have no conception of in its magnitude and the revenue it brings into the county. These canneries pack something like 350,000 to 400,000 cases in a season, and each case contains iwo uozen tnree-pounu cans. That will Rive some idea of the amount of work done and what the county receives. The at'.iff is shipped to practically every city iu tlio country. The brand of goods went out from Botetourt is known the world over, and the product stands high, ranking with the very best sent out from any section. "We receive anywhe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 August 1908

S GAVE yp THE WITNESS "V?rv Kvldently There Wa? Nothing to He <iot Out or mm. Two kinds of witnesses are often encountered in courts of justice?the unwilling witness and the too-willing witness. Here i? one who doesn't seem to come under either category. The prosecuting counsel thus addresed him : ^ "Mr. Parks, state. If you please, whether the defendant, to your knowledge, has ever followed any profession." "He has been a professor ever since I have known him." "All, a professor of what?" "A professor of religion." "You don't understand me, Mr. Parks. What does he do?" "Well, generally what he pleases." "Mr. Parks, this kind or prevarication will not do here. Now state sir, how the defendant supports himself." "1 saw hirn last night supporting himself against a lamp post." "May it please your lordship, this witness shows an evident disposition to trifle with the court." "Mr. Parks," says his lordship, "state, if you know anything about it. what the defendant's nur.KiTiii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 August 1908

WMlHHMHHPPHIi >?t ClfM B) BllltltilH'^. f . . .. ,-*f% ^ ^ KgiUMCTIOM SHE OF ?&tl?ttl <^iw^ sh0ff: wpfrs - Pflffw*! ilfld Tm<! MlUto oLIrrtKo UUUUUU UUll IGlLu <. Tocloi?fttaeiiiouti.ci?.reraiI. Tli'seKooUs ^Mfc UH^ must k<). nml the price* no*' surprise X. / ^ ~ ^ * H you. All tho Ladle*' and Ml**e?' wiiitk* . ??ws,r- Sonsolibalei. W ^ I TSWmb*. 16, 1903 . ISZZSSZST Johnslon, Dav& TerrvCo. - ***>?'* ^ (iJ, T [( r-"""- Wj? VOLUME 43. - SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1908. NUMBER 12 I ELECTRIC PLAN FOR THREE CITIES Estimated Length of Proposed Line 1500 Miles With Electric Railway. F. H. Shclton, treasurer of tin Koanokn JLtailwagr a^d Klecwr?e ^pewiy, of Roanoke, write* the Jjjlanufacturers' Record about the ^ ' -?Kpaisnoke Traction and Light Company, which was incorporated last work by James P. Woods, of Ho&noke, an<! others, saying that the new company was organi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 August 1908

2 HHPIFSS POOR THING. Asks Policeman to liutton tier Dress. A young woman caiuo out of one of the residences facing Washington Square yesterday garbed in a princess gown, says the New York American. She hesitated a moment, looking doubtfully at the loafers on the park benches and forlornly up Fifth avenue. Then she went over to Policeman George Don IICII.V, W 110 WJIS NllllKIIII^, ill 1111; corner gazing with an official eye upon the grass. "I beg your pardon, but will you do me a favor ?" she said, with slightly heightened color. "Sure, miss," replied the officer in his best manner. "Will you pleaso button my dresH for me ?" sho entreated in apparent calmness. "What ?" gasped Donnelly "I said wenk! vol piease button my dress ? These princess affn' ? nrc mo .!iui 1 just can t get my arms up. There are three buttons I cannot reach." Sho turned her back on the po Herman, an? iiik scaring guze traveled to a point midway between her shoulder blades and stopped. There he saw some lace, ?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 August 1908

' W. CJJJP? k OFFICKiW NALRN W. C. T. V. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. I<ee, Mrs. A. N J Drown, Mm. W. U. Dlllard, Mm. K. H Moore. Mrs. !). T. Semones. HocorJJntr Secretary .?Mrs. 0. P. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. D. White soarver. Tvooaurer.?Mrs. W. A. Kerguson. NiperlatfwIrnU or Itoparlnifsts, K valine lis tn and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B Obonchaln. Florence Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. E. K Moore. Mo<t?l Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens Klowrr Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Somones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. V Mbyer. Social Meeting* and lied Letter Day.?Mist Maggie Wliltesell. Sunday Bohool.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. K. 8. Campbell. ITll Timks-Hkoistkh and Ssntinki.. at the* request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of she W. O. T. Union, who will have the entire sharp of It, and ?>e responsible for all mat wjr uivrviii. 11 i>ri)mini'8 10 oo an intcrontlnK Tonture of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 August 1908

PUULI8I1KI) KVKKY THUI18 Salem Printings Pub C. D. DEN IT. KlMTC W. W. McVLITNU. 1 Sutoscripti l)ii? Y?nr, ..... N'u?? Mouth*. ..... Six Month*. ..... Tlire* Month*, ..... pHON! The friends of Hon. J. Cloytl llyars, who was last week given the Demoeratie nomination for Congress in the nintli district, seem jubilant over the prospects for litis defeating young Mr. fc?leinp. We hope it can bo done. jiihi Doneve n can ; out; it. wiii take work?hard work and plenty of it. Hut the ninth district Democrats know how to do that work, if they will just go at it. Mr. Bryan was officially notified yesterday of the fact that ho Is the Democratic nominee for President, and the notification was made under the most favorable auspices. It is needless to add that ho accepter! the nomination, and wo earnestly wish that every voter In all this great luud could read his speech of acceptance, which is the utterance of a great man, an honest, patriotic .citizen, whoso elevation to the Presidency would ne...

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