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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 August 1908

V - Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLI8HBU KVKItY TIIUKSDAY. State Female Normal School Twenty-fifth Session begins SEPTEMBER 9th. For catalogue and information concerning STATE SCHOLARSHIPS, write to J. L. J AII MAN, President, Karmville, Va. ROANOKE COLLEGE . SALEM, VA. A home institution of wide reputation. Courses for degrees of A. B. and A. M. New Departments of Education, of Biology, and of History and Economics; also Commercial Course. Able faculty. Library 24,000 volumes; working laboratories; good moral influences. All the means for a thorough collegiate eduoation within reach of the home? of and Roanoke. 5Cth sesKton begins September 30th For free catalogue, adores* t A. MORKHEAD, 7-16-08-8t ' President. BESTS GETTIIfi CHEAPER LOOK AT THESE. Cue six-room house, with good garden itud well water, on Unton Strep' $10.00 One Bovon-rootn house, with garden and outhouses, In good condition on Chestnut Street $10.00 One six-room house, with garden, good location on Market Street ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 August 1908

I ~~~?? t> MODERN IN HUMANITY. "Mail's Inhumanity to Man >1 alios Count loss Angels Weep " W*? liH?k buek on the Inhuman cruelties of medieval niul nneient times with a shuthleriiiK horror?the times when men were broken on the wheel, tor turod in inquisitions, imprisoned and forgotten in loathsome dungeons. or killed by wild boasts to make a passing sjunv for the multitude. We do not realize that public indifference and lack of sympathy for tlie sufferings of humanity in the mass are today causing physeial anil racial decay for millions of our people living under conditions that cause human misery, disease, suffering and degeneracy so revolting that to future generations they will seem as shocking as the m nullvulna! sufferings caused by human cruelty in past generation* now seem to us. Those ?r dit'c??5 oi v o< l v i ( t<> I*' changed, but before change can come there must come a realization of their existence. and an awakening...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 August 1908

I \ ALL OVER WORLD A chained "Breeches" Illblo, bearing the date of 1583, has been restored to Coddlngton church, near Chester, England, frpm which congregation it was sold by the wardens in 1078. ? ? Six \veek8* trade disputes in England from January to March, I involving 11,315 men, eoBt the community about SI,400,000, the report of the Federation of Trades Union* states. The I'lymouth, England, town council has decided to abandon 1 the annual festival of the "Fishynge Feaste," which has been 1 carried on for more than three' centuries "to the pious memory of Sir Francis Drake." The Amazon stone, found in small quantities' near Colorado Springs, Col., is greatly in de^ 1 tuand. A firm in Germany order- 1 ed all that could be procured. 1 The stone is green in color and 1 hard as flint. ? ? I In certain towns in Germany j householders are compelled by 'aw to sort out their house dust. ' y have to provide three re- ' ptucles?one for the ashes and 1 sweepings, one for cooking refuse j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 August 1908

_3 A SOCKDOLAGER. Jt^lMiUlloau .Milliliter)* Try ilie ' rull Dinner I'siii" Trick VKiiiu?ICoImtI (taker** i\ l;orout Kepi>. The Republican managers are *?t their old game oT promising prosperity "after the election." Tlicy are behind the 'full time an<l keep going" placard which is being distributed over the country. Inspired by the Republican managers, the New York Leather company recently sent to the Austin Engine company, the following letter: \KW YORK LEATHER CO., New York, July 2-. 11)08. tientlcmen: I We have tacked this notice upon the walls of- our factories in llruoklyn ami New York: Relieving that the election of Taft and Sherman means a safe ami progressive business administration, the day following their election we shall start this plant on FULL TIME and KEEP UOlf you believe with us that by relieving any uncertainty as to what the wage earner can expect in the event of electing men who will secure the business Iproseprlty of thlH country, wo shoul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 August 1908

m Coffee By BMricily 1 f -Ulil . & ^ X LASTCUT I ' . <-=*??=- ? iitfgMter I PuftlM Allll TAAA ^ SUMMER GOODS uuUuGS will 16aS ij. '" 1 ..?.onsolibateb W |M ISbwmbe, 16, 1903 * , I JoWjH,Daj&TcrijCo. ^ * * ?1** Mk,u^ I VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIATTH^0DAY,^UGU8T 20, 1908. NUMBER 13 | RIGHTLY FIXES THE BLAME # Bryan Declares Administration I'bvoth a Prosperity That la Monopolized by a Favor o?l Few. v V w York, August 1T?. ? The delegates to the Interstate Prosperity Congress of Commercial Travelers had a' dinner tonight, a^ feature of which was the announcement of many messages of sympathy with the movement received from distinguished persons throughout the country. Many of these had a partisan flavor, and it was decided not to read them. Toastmaster Herman A. Met*, comptroller of the city of New Y?)*-k. referred to tl??? i-ohIIku <>f regret received from William II. Taft and William Jennings Bryan. who had been invited to attend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 August 1908

.1 2 HERE'S THE i SIMPLE LITE, r lar COLONY Pl.ANNKD 1$Y Ci. H. ANDKIt, IN 1*1 EXICO?AN- to l>EIt SAYS CLOTHES tta AKK A NUISANCE. ?? Kittle or No (IIoMiuh Will lie P, tli Worn 15y FitllmvcrK?Sny.s >p| MIV Will Hen I>renin mi I iixli'iMl ??t ii Nifjlit- M( innre. ni OH A ''Simple Life Paradise Colony," where men. women and er children will go about naked und where the men are never to cut their hair or. beards, will be started this fall near Vera Crux, Mexico, by Gustaf H. Ander, well lo known in the socialist and anar- tl chist circles in New York. More bt than 50 person's have become his sc followers and have promised to y< sail for tho tropics when he does^ tx (Simple fools.) e: Mr. Ander is spreading; "simple ci life thoughts" and "parudise g' breexes," giving the plans for st this unique colony, throughout u the country, and expects by Sep- w tember 1 to collect at least 500 si colonists who have the same bi "free ideas that lie has. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 August 1908

1 if ' PP* W. C. T. U.COLUMN oriii'KRN n*li:n w. v. t. v. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vlee-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N Brown, Mrs. W. 11. Dlllurd, Mrs. K. K Moore, Mrs. B. T. femoues. Keoordlng Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moycr. Corresponding Secretary.?Mr?. W. II. Whiteacarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Fergusou. NaprriiitradrBU of Itepurlmrata. Kvungellsm and Almshouse.?Mra. C. B. Ubenchaln. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mr*. E. H, Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. LucyGravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. U. T. Seiiionos. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Mbyer. Social Meetings and lied Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. 14Peratur??Mrs. K. S. Campbell. (Til* TiWtCS KKOISTKII and Skj?tinici.. 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 ahariro of It, and las responsible 'or all matter therein. It promises to l>e an Interesting feature of the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 August 1908

I 4 Jwlcm iimcs-atlca fco * PUBLISHED EVEHY THUU8I Salem Printings Pub C. D. DEN IT, Kioto W. W. McCLUNU. 11 Subscripts ( n? Year, ...... Nine Moutlic. ..... Six Month", ...... Three Months, ..... DHONE "Bryan prefers hasehnll to golf: says national game Is fnr| more Democratic in character," j is a newspaper headline of a day or two ago. There's where i lie is right, as usual. A number of Salem Republicans will join the ranks of the faithful who will Journey all the way to Hot Springs tomorrow to hear the spiel of Candidate Taft. Wonder it they'll be as loyal and willing to tako tho trip up Salt i.rUK him I.. KTrMrnmKn.. *) n>n ? mi IIIIBK iib iiv? UIIIIA;I Prof. Paul llaupt. a Baltimore scientist. created something of a stir at the International Historical Congress in Berlin a few da.vs ago, by contending that Christ was not a Jew, but a probable descendant of the Argon colonists of Galilee, and that He was not born in Bethlehem, but in Nazareth. Wonder what religious f...

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

i \ Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED KVBUY THURSDAY. State Female Normal School Twenty-fifth Session begiiiB SEPTEMBER 9th. For catalogue am information concerning ST ATI SCHOLARSHIPS, write to J. L. JARMAN, President, Farnville, Va. ROANOKE COLLEGE r? a t n*? ir * OALLIYI, VA. A homo institution of wide reputation. Courses for degrees ol A. B. and A. M. New Departments of Education, of Biology and of History and Economics; also Commercial Course. Able faculty. Library 24,000 volumes ; working laboratories; good moral influences. All the x means for a thorough collegiate education within reach of the homes of Salem and Roanoke 56th session begins September 16th. For free catalogue, address J. A. MOREHEAD, 7-16-08-8t President. BENTS GETTIHG CHEAPER LOOK AT THESE. Onw six-room house, with Bood warden and well water, oil lTnlon Stree' $10.00 thus Mvcn-rnom house, with iranlon and outhouses, in Rood condition on Chestnut. Street $10.00 One six-room house, with Burden. Bood loca^ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 August 1908

r (> INDIAN LEGEND LIKE Blli UtLUGE STORY. Vi:?ias 1V|| til' (>ri*iK and k Survivors Owing LH'r to i>l>Mt?*ri??us itoiit. A missionary who lias returned from Mexico, where ho worked * ainoiiK the Yuma Indians. says that there is n similitude between the stor.v of the deluge recorded in the Christian llible ami the legend of a flood dramatically told by the Yumas, and which lias come down to them unaltered through centuries. Their deluge, as described by the few who were miraeulously saved, was the more grandly terrible in that it came on suddenly. From the high lands occupied by the Indians they saw the waves of the sea sweep in upon the land and recede, only to advance with immensely increased volume and stupendously huge breakers. Then there came a terrible storm that seemed to blow from all directions. The storm caused huge waterspouts which appeared over the wild ocean as far as the eye could see. The terrified people fled to the mount...

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

K? 1 fHADHTED ROOM, ThiH is an authenticated experience, related to mo by the wife of an officer in a West Indian regiment. I tell it as near oh I v?u iu uur uwii woruH: "We wero quartered once in Deraerara, and had a good deal of trouble in finding a Iioukc we liked, or anyway suitable. However, ono at last was offered to / uk at a ridiculously small rental, considering its size, furniture, etc., and we figuratively jumped at It. I weut over it with my husband, and inspection only proved what a lucky find it was. 'The landlord, a colored man, made only one stipulation?viz.. that on a certain date, every third month, we should not occupy the dining room after sunset. Naturally, we asked for an explanation. None was forthcoming. It was take or leave, as we liked, but the clause could not be altered. Womanlike 1 fancied there was some .sentimental reason attached to the prohibition; manlike, my husband pronounced, it a ridiculous fad that could make no possible difference to uk. so s)...

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

r IMMIGRATION AND^ I FARM LABOR.i VdilrcHt l?y ('ominltixioiior ?l I A;irlrulIur<? \ ir<:iiii;i 1 ..Farmers* Institute, IticlliiioihI. Virginia. Declaring himself unalterably ''PItosed to indiscriminate iminl- ' gratioji. Commissioner Kolner, of ' the State Board of Agriculture, addressed the recent Farmers' Institute held in Hiehntond ' touching on the problem of farm labor. The commissioner I has made two trips abroad in j the interest of desirable imtni-j grot ion into Virginia and told i -omethlng of tin* difficulties with1 which his efforts were beset. After outlining the work of the ' department ami the steps taken by the Virginia Legislature to induce immigration. Mr. Koiner. on tinned: "The law confines our work to farm labor and homeseekers. All our efforts have been to secure only such people. Wo have con-j fined our work abroad to Kngland, Scotland, and Ireland almost entirely. Some work has been dono in Scandinavia. I nm opposed to indiscriminate im...

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

CV HOOPaifsSampleShoes PjSm 9fld TM* -hub* ^ U0B66S ttflU 16m 4. y bu^r-gXr 'Zk cz " gSOttfii&iSiBtt!?*' ] (StonaoUbateb ^5^ '11'1l^f 1^ I ^Towcmbcr 16 1903* i'icIi'"uit'"''''''' Johnston, Dav& Terry C?. i ^A1IA4I4VA ft VOLUME 43. . SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1908. NUMBER 14 ] I 1 ' 1 AA/1T Ar I HlltlA I r-."'- 1 m\ ur livinu WILL INCREASE Manufacturers' Record Warns ! of Coining Labor Scarcity. -1 Baltimore, Md., August 21 ?In discussing the meaning to man- ( ufocturers and others or the agt?i tiHiienl nrnunnr'iii' nf 4 )in nrtiut. try the Manufacturers' Record of inst week calls attention to the fact that should the present parity of prices of wheat and corn above the corresponding Mrne of last year continue thru the season, the total value of the farm1 products for 1008 will probably exceed 11)07 by $800,000,000. The total value for four years?1005 to 1008. inclusivewill aggregate about $128,800,000,000. DUB TO HIUH PRICES. These stupendous figu...

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

u. 2 FROM A SOCIETY LEADER. Frederick T. Martin Nays the lticli Have Crcatcr Sorrows Than I lie 1'oor. Frederick Tow it send Martin, who was successful last season in making New York society enjoyitself in New York and who accomplished 11 sort of peaceful revolution in the matter of entcrta ininir. is firm in his inten* tions or doing nil ho can to reconcllc tlio differences Hint exist in Aniorlon botwoen those favored b.v fortune and tlioso who believe fortune gave them a bad deal. Mr. Martin believes it his mission to go among the poor and (rtyealthy to preach to both a doctrine of what he calls "personal brotherly Jove." He is 110 poseur and alms to find no new religion. but is intensely pntnnt.y In his views, and >v!iht h? did igst season in New York attracted considerable attention in En gland v ll0f course the subject of 'personal brotherly love,' is as old as the hills," said Mr. Martin in answer to a question. "It should exist among all classes and I have the utmo...

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

jA : ; W. C. I. U. COLUMN Orril'KRN NAI.F.N W. C. T. V. -President.?Mr*. sflmaU Hobbe Day. yic?-PriMt(li<nU.-MM. L. M. Lw, Mm. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. B. DlllarU. Mrs. K. K Moore. Mrs. B. T. Semones. K??ordla? Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. ' VonwponillnR Secretary.?Mrs. ff. B. Whltoscarver. treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Ssyfrtslf Srsu of D?ysr(naret*. ? ! ****Vna?kM ?uu AllUSUVUBO. ? 471 (B. V. Kb. (Hwoetoln. FloreoM Crlttouton Home.? Mrs. K. K. Moore. Medal Contents.?Mr*. Lucy Gravely Steven*. Viewer Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semonce. "Work anion# Soldiers and Sailors?Mr*. G. K. Moyer. Social Meeting* and Hod Letter Day.?Ml** MatfKie Wtiltqsell. Sunday Softool.?Mnt. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. |Thk Timks Kihiiktir and Biistimi, at their request, ha* placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of she W. C. T. Union, who will havo the entlro lutrgo of It, and l>e responsible for all matter therein. It promises to lie an Interesting ...

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

4 Jtolcrn limes-Jteiji PUBLISH ED BVKKY TIIUHSU Salem Printings Pubi C. D. URN IT. Korrm W. W. McULUNU. Hi :bubseripti< Oo?* \>itr, . . . . . . N*t>? Month* Six Mouth*, . ... Throe Month*, uHONE WHO WILL HELP I i The appeal b.v the National j Committee for popular subscriptions to the Democratic campaign fund should 1k? met with j a prompt and cheerful response. Tlio Democrats of Roanoke county and of Salem will not, wc are sure, be less loyal ami liberal than those of other sections, and in order that our own community's interest In the matter may be recognized, this paper will receive and acknowledge any voluntary subscriptions to the fund for popular interests, and forward same to the committee. The first subscriber to the fund was O. L. Stearnes, Esq., who Marm mv IIHV WUII ija.uu; unx paper adds another $5.00. Now, come along with your subscriptions in any amounts convenient. All sums, however Hinull, will be received with thanks, and acknowledg...

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

" V Times-Register and Sentinel. PUULISIIBD KVKHY THURSDAY. There arc many inon who do not place a true valuation upon their wives until tliov havn lout them, and are obliged to hire j only moderately interested housekeepers to whom they must , pay real wages. State Female Normal School Twenty-fifth Session begins SEPTEMBER 9th. For catalogue and information concerning STATE SCHOLARSHIPS, write to J. L. J ARM AN, President, Karmville, la. ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM, VA. A home institution of wide reputation. Courses for degrees of A. B. and A. M. New Depart On the 2aB Bay of September, 1908, nt 12 o'clock Noon, nt tho front door of the courthouse ot the sulci county, pursuant to the said deed, offer for sale that certain lot of ground situate In Salem. Roanoke County, Virginia, froutingitti feet, more or loss, on the north sldeof Main Street, anil extending hack between parallel lines to Clay Street, and known us Lot No. 51 In the otlginnl plan of the Town of Salem. TBKM8:?Cash suillclcn...

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

# r> THE"CAPTURE OF MOSBY. A M llttary F.x|?c<l it ion Tliat Wiik Not a Silicon, 1 1 -?l.. L' M.v.l.., ? l.,v lirrtu hjiiii o. iuu9ut> , tur : Confwlernte cavalryman used to toll of a comic incident which I happened in the Shenandoah Valley in 1864. Near Millwood aj regiment of cavalry halted one night and went into camp. One of the men, who wan hungry.' tdipped away and went off in the neighborhood to get something to eat. He rode up to a cabin on a farm in the dark, and cnlled lor the person inside to come out. I \ negro woman, known at that time an an intelligent contra-' band, upened the door and asked liim what he wanted. The soldier wished to be assured of his safety before dismounting and while eating his supper, so lie inquired of the woman if any one but herself was there. She replied, 'Yes. Mosby is here." ; ' What ?" said he. in a whisper. 'Is Mosby here ?" ! "Yes," she said, "he is in the house." The soldier put spurs to his horse and das...

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

'' MAN CAN LIVE FOREVER. Drelate Declare** it'U'orlil Agree to Think There Ik No Death,' None Would Die. "Death is a man-made condl-1 tfon, the control of mind over' matter is so supreme that death ' < an bo indefinitely postponed, i We die sitnnl.v through reslnrna-I . ion. By exercising will power we can live." This la the teaching of Bishop Oliver C. Sabin, of the Evangelistic Christian church, of this city. "II everyone at a certain hour hould resolve hereafter to believe explicitly that there was no such thing as death; we might all live as long as the world, so believed, the limit of human life would increase in proportion to the strength with whicl\ the conviction spread and death would ultimately be vanquished," claims uisnop ?aoin. "From tho foundation of the .orld," continued the bishop, man by his own nets and through his own fault, has been reducing tho life limit. In olden ' days we read in tho Bible that man iived to be 000. 800 and 1,000 years of age, aprox...

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

JS i Hew scheme = in booming. Pretty (llrln From Oklahoma Travel Nortli Sent Out by (lovcrnor Haskell as the Ten Prettiest. New York. August?Big .less Watts, attorney at law of Sallittaw, Okln.. who once called on President Hoosevelt carrying a carpet bag which contained ? >-ivc?ii ruuar, ;t puir 01 NOl'RS, JIIH1 the Constitution ol the State of Sequoiah, started out toda.v with the ten girls who have been booming the youngest State in the Union for all they are worth. Governor IlnNkell, of Oklniiomn, who runs a newspaper in Muskogee, picked the ten as the prettiest girls in the State and sent them to New York to see tlie sights and tell everybody they sa\M that Oklahoma is tlie finest stretch of country man ever set foot on since the cat-den of Eden was wiped off the map. KNOW Til El 15 BUSINESS. The girls have been attending I strictly to business. Along J Broadway, down in tlie Wall I street canyon, in Coney Island? wnvrvviT mey wont?tno.v nave 1*>pii distri...

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