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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 September 1908

< / ~$r - 355!! ?j?(em ?iwes * Reliefer ?==?~ M M I M v Ti 4? m V.ou select the ^ik*!.< fiom over a I uMl A AM A ft f| IflAd *-C\ rl ?/* hundred sample* We take your ftJuliUUU finall GUM . t^r measure and guarantee a fir. ' . J . H In tlilx way we omi net! you a Suit for ???wr| (Sonsoliboleb g^'ff'T'f/?* g* | '3Wn.be. I?, (90S. SSSSSs' Johnston, Day & Terry Co. ^UIIIUI 4 fc KWSS 1M. I j VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908. NUMBER lil , DISTRESSING CONDITIONS INSOUTH. 1 <0,000 Peo|?le iu Augusta Need Clothes and Bedding* A special from Augusta, Ga., on Tuesday, tell* of dlsti essdng conditions In that city resulting iroiu the recent terrible floods that swept over that sectio7j. The dispatch says: With representatives of the United States artuy to assist % in the work and direct the dis* tributlon of provisions to the needy, work of relief is progressing rapidly and effectively. It is expected that the water department ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 September 1908

2 SKY GLOWS. Astronomers (Jrcntly FhzzUmI by Strange Idglits m the ? Sky plows, elasiiod by some of the European astronomers as auroral displays, are now a subject of scientific discussion, especially in Europe. These phenomena were first observed about July 1st at Co- ' penhagen, Berlin, Vienna and other, places. \V. F. Denning, the English astronomer, says: "Certain features of tlio glows struck me as being essentially different from1 exhibitions of normal auroral borealis. No streamers whatever were seen. Clouds observed were of peculiar character ami some of them 1 showed traces of spiral formation. Though thin, they were strongly illuminative, and stnrs shone through them with surprising distinctiveness." The glow was seen in the Kastern part of the United States fol- 1 lowing the breakl in the protracted heated and dry spell which prevailed this summer in the Eastern, Middle and South > .. Atlantic States. For some time a peculiarly strong orange yellow light over t...

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

W. C. T. U. COLUMN flPri4'RH.HN*IXM W.C.T. V. Vreeldenr.?Mrs. stimuli HoMm Day. !V|i?-l,rwlilMit?.-Mw. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. II. Dlllard, Mrs. K. K t Moore. Mrs. B. T. Setnones. tte.cordlng Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyec. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W, B. Whltoscarver. Tveasurer.?Mrs. w. A. Ferguson. Naperlsieadrau of Departments. IKtaiwIlim and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obonchaln. Florence Crlttentou Home. ? Mrs. E. K. Monre. Modal Coat eats.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. If tower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. 8enionee. Work anion* Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Mortal Meeting* and Ked Letter Day.?MUs Maggie Wbtteeell. Sunday Sohool.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature -Mrs. K. S. Campbell. ITn* Timbk-Kkuistcu and Skntinri.. at Mtelr request, has placed a column at the diaB>?al of the earnest and falthrul women of e W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire ' ehargo of It. and lie responsible for all mattor therein. It promises to be an Interest In* feature of the paper, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 September 1908

i . J>alcin iimrs-i&wj Pi nLlSIiKD r.VEKV TUCKS Salem Frinting^Pub C. I>. DKNIT, KtMTC W. \v. MoCLUNU. I ^uDscripti Oni' Y^nr, .... N<n- Month* 8ix Mouth* Thrs- Months, ..... : ?HON 1 Uur valued contemporary, the Roanoke Evening World, devoted a. colutnu of its editorial space a few evenings ago, to reasons which seemed satisfactory to it, why the Virginian Railroad should locate its shops in that city. The reasons it stated, of course, had soma merit, and, we might have been in a position to commend them, but for tho fact that it seems already a foregone conclusion that the proper place for tho shops of that company is at Salem, and the general opinion is that tho site for them has already been selected and purchased. Tho announcement by this paper last week that it would receive voluntary subscriptions to the National Democratic campaign fund has met with general approval and promises of cordial co-operation. In addition to the contribu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 September 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PURM811KD KVRKY THURSDAY. There are many men who do not place a true valuation upon their wives until they have lost them, and are obliged to hire nnlv ? uuvvavi u VVIJ 1U VVt VOVtU housekeepers to whom they must pay real wages. State Female Normal School Twentj-Qfth Session begins SEP* TEMBEIt 91 h. For catalogue and information concerning STATE SCHOLARSHIPS, write to \ , 'J. li. JARMAN, President, Karmville, Vs. ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM, VA. A home institution of wide reputation. Courses for degrees of A. B. and A. M. New DepartI ineuts of Education, of Biology, and of History and Economics; also Commercial Course. Able faculty. Library 24,000 volumes ; working labaratories; good mornl Influences. All the means for a thorough collegiate education within reach of the homes of Salem and Roanolcc. 50th session begins September 10th. For free catalogue, address J. A. MOREHEAD, 7-16-08-8t President. ! BESTS GETTING CHEAPER LOOK AT THESE. neata-room house, wltl...

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

PROHIBITION. It Now l*r?'vnilM Throimliotit Halt" tlio I'liiti'tl Stales. "Nearly IO.OOO.OOO people in tin* United States now live in prohibition territory." At first ir'.ance the above statement. muuc oy nr. i . a nuKer, itcnnai superintendent of the Anti-Sa loon Loakui'. may Ik* extravagant. but Dr. linker says it is based upon aerurnte figures eom-j { ilcd in the league departments j and that the number is swelling j dail.v. Few people realize that the temperance wave has swept | over the country in the last few! years with such persistent vigor that now nearly one-half the population of the United States is situated in territory where the saloon Is forbidden. 'The temperance people of this country have been closing saloons in the United States at the rate of ."JO a day during the year 1008," said Dr. linker, "and 1 believe that it will continue at that rnte during the rest of the year. About 9,000,000 people abolished saloons last year and 1 am confident that this year those fig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 September 1908

HOW GRANT HONORED ENEMY. Federal Lender Ordered lioulire t'orOen. Pickett'* Firstborn. Mrs George E. Pickett, widow of the Confederate general. George E. Pickett, leader or the famous charge of Pickett's division at the battle of Gettysburg. delivered an address last evening at the Benson Grand Army reunion grounds on the "Battle of Gettysburg." "I did not become the bride of General Pickett until shortly after the battle of Gettysburg," said Mrs. Pickett, "though I was familinr with every detail of the battle from his reports and letters. General Pickett died eleven years after the war. NVe have one son. who is named after his father. He is now a major in the United States army, con nected with the paymaster's department, and la on duty at the Presidio, San Francisco, Cal. Ha has served also in tha Philippines, and It In a pride to me. to know that when opportunity offered ho proved himself worthy of his father. "Maj. Pickett, our son. was boru July 17. 1H04. at Richmond, and the t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 September 1908

s f UNFAIR TALK oFl AFT A Keptihlicnti .Journal Kcbtikso i Iiiii for lli-* Insincerity. Mr. Tnft shows himself to be an ardent partisan, to which we can take no exception, so ionic as he also shows himself to be sincere in his .convictions, but lie is going to depend a good ileal in * this campaign upon independent voters who cannot sympathize with his ardent partisanship, and many of whom dissent from his \iews on the tariff. He is doubt* le^s - sincere in those views. i sign tney no not indicate that l!?' has made a deep study of that particular subject or has train?n< himself to clear reasoning on economic questions. Few men whose days have been busy in other walks or life and whose minds have been absorbed in their several professions and practical employments, have ?iorie so. Hut one thing Is to be expected id Mr. Taft that we do not often get from the orilinnry politician, and that is fairness of statement. It would do him good and not harm as a candidate, of one of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 September 1908

m m ft ftdMi <-*. * . mr * -.<?% . ladies -^ss=- Mem Wtwt& * Mt&tmtt u,t* P| W J |i| in 13 II-v You select the goods from over a ! nnBBv 9 Tin lB9v huudred samples. We lake your vUnvVIV Awtl 6AM _JMm measure and guarantee u th. ^ "* ^ In thin way we can aell you a Suit for In aealed package*. Get one package and be /T> f W I W / aBV A/ y^m ^A I about |15 I?m than tlie man who keeps VNonsohOciteo l^lll i III 1^ I ^Tooember 10, 1003* VTJSTS^SSIS.'CS i JohBsldi.Daj&TerrjCo. h 4 T 6 riioHt?. ifi ?? *TK i'" ' VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. NUMBER 16 f r NOT A WILD CAT SCHEME Insurance of Bank I>epoHtts bh Keasouable as Life Insurance, Mays a Banker. ] Those who sneer at the plank 1 In the Democratic platform call- , ing for Insurance of bank do- . posits, or who hold up their | hands In holy horror, whenever It in favorably mentioned, have , aurely looked into the question very supe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 September 1908

2 THE KANSAS WAY Kansas is a great state. ma<le so by her vigorous men. We copy the following from a Demo- 1 nsniin tin.ui.. ?i.wl 14- S 4i.n on ...? . v.! n viu |*c?|.nrit cvuvi iv in Vlie oailic story told nt the Plalnfleld Chautauqua by Gov. Hoch, a Republican. "Kansas lias already been the leader, the pioneer for reform. It is always in the van for human rights. Kansas has been thinking and doing. "Ten years ago we got after the binder twine trust. It was charging outrageous prices for its product. Kansas, therefore, installed a twine plant in its penitentiary and set the convicts to work. It was a success and the result is the price of twine has been reduced from 15 and 10 cents to less than k cents. Then wo battled with the school book trust and today we are getting our school books for naif the former prices. ? "Four years ago the Standard oil company got control of the reservoirs of oil which the Al ? uri-n ana never increases wages is not good. "The business worl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 September 1908

w. c. t. y. coluh urncKHSNAixn w.c.T. r. President.?Mrs. Mlniali Hobbo Day. I Vle?y-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee. Mrs. A. N Brown, Mrs. W. u Dlllard. Mrs. K. H Moore. Mrs. B. T. Senione*. tteoordlnff Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moycr. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. White scarrer. Treasuror.?ran. w. a. Kertruson. HaprrlalfMlrnU of IttpnrlmcnU. BvanKellstn and Almshouse.? Mn. C. K Obenchaln. flowno# Crlttentou Home. ? Mrs. E. B Meore. Medal Contents.?'Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Setnoncs. Work-amoivK Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F Moyor. Sooial Mcetlnirs and Ked Letter Day.?Mist Mantle Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. (Th* tihks-ranhttkh a*d Skktiwki.. al their request, has placed a column at the dls itosal of the earnest and faithful women ol the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire charge of It, and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises lo be an Interesttnw feature of tho paper, and wo commend a careful...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 September 1908

r _t [ ^alcm iimcs-gUg PUBLISHED EVERY THUKS Salem Printings Pue c. D. DEN IT, Editc W. W. McCLUXU. ! Subscrioti ?????? One Year, Nine Month* Six Mouth*, .Three Mouth*, PHON1 Remember the meeting of the Jirvan and Kern club at the courthouse tomorrow night, and be present if you are interested. Slemp met his Democratic opponent once in joint debate in the Ninth district. He fired and fell back, refusing to come again. Evidently met more than his match, and knew it. When President Roosevelt and his wonld-be successor. Mr, Taft, have nothing else to keep them more prominently in tbe public eye, their enterprising press agents get busy circulating reports either that au attempt has been made to assassinate them, or will be. Such have been the stories in circulation during the past few days, but no harm has come to either, and we dare say, and truly hope, that none will come. The demonstrations accorded Hon. Wm. J. Bryan wherever he appears, and the evident growth of his popularity thro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 September 1908

I r? Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. State Female Normal School 4 Twenty-fifth SeBsion begins SEPTEMBER 9th. For catalogue and information concerning STATE SCHOLARSHIPS, write to J. L. JAR NAN, President, Farmvllle, fa. 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 labaratories; good moral Influences. All the i means for a thorough collegiate education within reach of the i homes of Salem and Roanoke. 56th session begins September 16th. For free catalogue, ad- i i dress J. A. MOREHEAD, 7-16?08-8t President. ; IEITS GETTIIi CIEIPEI; LOOK AT THESE, < dp nlx-room house, with yrood Harden and ? well water, on Union Strei' $10.00 One seven-room bouse, with Harden and outhonscs. In (rood condition on Chestnut Street I10.U0 One slx-rooiu house, with Harden,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 September 1908

9 niiria n/iim A LUVtlVlflMINU LESSON <lly Adelaide Hurst.) "It's awfully gi?od of you to hoc rut*, Miss Murray." "Not a bit of it. To toll you the truth, it's not my goodness at all, but .lane's." "I ?l have o.otue to have a chat with you alone," said Uiek. "Ye-es?" "It's about my new story," explained Wharburton. diffidently. "Yes." eontinued the author, with increased confidence; "it'll be the best story I've ever written?if you'll help me." "1 don't understand." "Will you collaborate with me. Miss Murray ?" "1."' Kthel opened her blue eyes in well - feigned amazement. "Really, Mr. Wharburton." "Miss Murray, you, with the experience you have had. could do so much for me. You see. it is like this," explained Wharburton eagerly, ''a man has got to ask a girl to be his wife and"? "I don't see the necessity," interrupted his companion. "I am speaking of the characters in my new book." returned the author with some dignity, "but of course. If you refuse to treat the subject...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 September 1908

LONG LITE. How to Attain It Ik Mario Plati By a Physician of Note. A)*search for the secret of Ion* life hnH absored the attention o philosophers, kings, cranks aiu fools ever since man first begat to realize its value. Everj avenue of science ami every by path of the world in cornmor has been eagerly explored bj those of whom seekers for long evity, many of whom died be fore their allotted time, wort out in their exhausting searcl for the fountain of youth. Am yet, strangely enough, it is tin easiest thing in the world to live to a happy old age. Here arc some simple but effective rulci for attaining long life that have appeared from the pen of lirof Pearce Kintzing, M. D., of the Maryland Medical College: The candidate lor long iuo 11 not endowed by nature with certain requisition must acquire them," writes Dr. Kintzing. "He must have good nutritive forces be a moderate eater and enjoy a good digestion. "Total abstainers do not apl>ear to enjoy any great advantage in th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 September 1908

i 2_8 MAKING ENDS MEEfl j , 11) New York Alter tlie I'aulc? 1 Study of Fifty Families in the (treat City AVho Stil- I tered I'eveol* the True i l'< oiioiiirs ot the Poor 1>tiriiiK HtrtiijttMii'y. ! One of the stock questions , in el asses in high school "political 1 economy" used to be. "If the dif- ' ference in the cost of two articles of practically the same na ture were five rents, would you In stitute in purshasing the more expensive?" That question has heroine extremely practical during the past few months. and there has been little hesitation in families of the poor about its proper answer. The lhtreau of Social Research Of the New York School or Philanthropy started an Inquiry last winter to find out how some of these people whose incomes had been considerably lessened during the hard times have been able to tnnke ends meet. The result of this investigation by Miss Znida E. Udell were compiled from the records of fifty families who-e heads were aecus i ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 September 1908

a^pi^aleni Sitttj#?Me$i4t*it tip? Coffees and Teas 'af^:4 ^ gentlemen ] n sealed packages. (Jet one package and be ^T> f. ^ 4 L ^ ~ 1 4 ffc 'Ml* ^ ^ " l4 1 ? We want your order FALL SUIT, convinced of their superior quality. V^OIX^O ItOCUeO |M^ \M jffll # MlB B ^TlOUemb^r 16 1903 & ???rautte you ? lit. Johnston, tofd Terry Co. ^ ^ W * * " * ' ,J|tasto? D3j * TerrJ& i i>h*mk ?4 ^ Jbk ? f New Goods in all I>t iwrtmetits. I VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1908. N4JMBER \T ' 1 ??? TEARS IT TO FRAGMENTS Bryan Comments On President's Mulogy or Taft?Matter's Policies the Issues. Replying to President Uoosevelt's letter commending Mr. Taft. William J. Bryan in Baltimore on Monday issued tho follow In g statement: "It was expected of course, that President Hoosevelt would support Mr. Taft. He could hardly do less, in view of the fact that he selected him as the administration candidate and supported him with all the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 September 1908

2 GENIUS HEIR T 10 MILLIONS; To Inherit An Knu'lisli Kstate ol and Perhaps a Haronetcy. John Ford, who lives over his h little shop on Tenth street below T Walnut, has just been notified ? from England that he is the heir to an estate worth $15,000,000. and possibly to a baronetcy. u The inheritance includes the tl old family mansion oT Sir John tl Robert Carmiehael, at 1- Sus- w sex Place. Rec en t's Parle. T.on-1 jS don, and a romance of half a century is bound up in it. John Ford is a genius in a way. lie never learned a trade or studied a profession, yet his shop is hung with stringed instru- 11 meats which ho lias made. He never studied music. In the quaint show window are miniature boats, manikins, models, en- ^ gines, toys of his own handiwork. ** In the rear of the room is a full- v sized amateur automobile with ^ an original steam motor, made * entirely by, hiui. On his counter is a prismatic aquarium, his own invention, embellished with all ? the symbols of the sea that th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 September 1908

! W. C. T. U. COLUMN orflCEHS Ntl.RN W.C.T. V. President.?Mrs. Nlmtta Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. II. Dlllard. Mrs. K. R Moors, Mrs. B. T. Semoues. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary,?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarrer. "Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Napfrl>Ua<l?BI? of IH|?irtiiifnU. Bvangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obonchaln. Florence Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. B. B. Moure. Me<lal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Q. H. Mover. Social Meetings and Ke<l Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whitesoll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. |Thk Timks-Kkoistkh and Skntinki,. at their request, has placed a column at the dlsenal of the earnest and faithful women of c W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire charge of It, and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises to be an Interesting f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 September 1908

^alcm " o * n'BLWHKD RVBKV THCH Salem Printing^Pu C. D. UKNIT. Eur W. W. McCLCJNU. Subscrip On? Y?'Hr, . . I N'n>? Mouth* Six Month?, Threw Month*. . . . , ?? ?HOlv The continuous ovations ac corded Bryan wherever he ap IHoii^j, particularly those glvei him by the laboring people a Chicago ami in Ohio recently looks like the attitude of tin labor leaders was having its ef feet, all right. That Taft am his backers nro good and scnrei to tho hysterical point is plain l.v diseernable everywhere. Maine, ns was to have been ex pected, went Republican on Tues day, but by such a small major ity that it gave the G. O. P. th scare of its life. On the sani (day an election was held In Ar kansas and the Democratic ma jority was the largest in the hlH tor a of the State. These ar ? mere straws to show the drlf of public opinion in favor of Dcm oeratio policies. Booker Washington, famous a ? ut-|;ru ruuuHiur, aim as xn< man who honored (?) Preslden Roosevelt by dining with ...

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