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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 September 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED KVEHY THURSDAY. SURVEY I NO. I am now located in Snleiu, A'a., and am prepared to do Mapping and Surveying on short notice. My price is moderate, and prompt attention will be given all business placed with me. Call on, or write me, at Salem. Salem, Va. CHAS. 13. TURNER. 12 10 07 ti Stale Female 31 oi'ina j School Tweuty-fifth Sessiou begins SEPTEMBER 9lh. For catalogue and information concerning STATE SCHOLARSHIPS, write to J. L. JAR W W, President, Farmvllle, Va. k 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 ..fUkl. -1. _# iU. vuuuaviUU v? ituill lUauil Ul IUU homes of Salem and Roanoke. 50th session begins September 16th. For free catalogue, address J. A. MOREHEAD, 7...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 September 1908

<; NATIONAL AFFAIRS (From Regular Correspondent.) Washington, 1). l'? Sept. 15. l'.)OS. \\ INTFUK8T1NUI OCCXSION. ' The season is near when the President will return to the White House, the diplomatic corps to their residences in the West Knd, and when the cabinet oUieers will once more occupy their acciiMtomcil places In the departments and at cabinet meetings. President ltoosevelt is expected hero this week, and notwithstanding the fact that there are two very prominent men trying to succeed him in the 1'resideiitiAl chair, he is easily the most thought-of ami ta.Ked-of man in tlie country. The past summer has been the severest in the way of heat in the memory of man, and these cool September days and nights are most grateful to residents and to the returning officials. The Tuberculosis Congress will meet here in a few days, and distinguished specialists from all parts of the world will assemble, read papers and exchange views looking to the possible eradication of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 September 1908

OLD TIME FEUDS In Politic* Recalled?Nothing Like Them in the Preaeut. 0 Washington. September 13.? Neither William Howard Tnft nor William Jennlnga Bryan Ik without enemies. If either were, ho would hardly be fit to be the nominee of a great party for the jl i voiucnv;j. iiui vuu |ii uouuv campaign is not likely, ah have campaigns in the post, to be determined by great personal hatreds felt for either candidate. Itt is true there is in Ohio the For&ker opposition to Taft and in Pennsylvania the Guffey antagonism toward Bryan, but there is hardly a chance that either will prove a determining factor in the campaign. Wo far as Pennsylvania is concerned there never was the slightest chance of Bryan's carrying the Keystone State, and no matter how much Guffey and his friends may hate Bryan the spirit will not extend far beyond Pennsylvania's borders. It is impossible, ot course, to tell what the effect of the Foraker sentiment in Ohio will be, but Senator Foraker himself is n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 September 1908

,1" - I _ 8 TO NEGRO AS = AN INVENTOR 1 nt'-nvsi iny Kecnrds In the Ffcatent Office?About 1,0(K> Devices shown to Be Creations of Nejsro Inventors?40 Years of Progress. Washington. D. C\, Sept. 10.? Henry K. linker, the only colored man who is an assistant examiner of patents in the patent of-? fro-, has prepared some interest* inn1 finures showing the 'development of the American negro as an inventor. These figures, the accumulation of which linker began years ago, have been tliffir cu't to get, for the reason that the patent office keeps no record of tiie ? o or o" n man who npnl'e i for and is granted a patent. Through the personal correspon?k'Ttce of linker with patent attorneys and others, and through a circular letter seat out to the same class of people by the patent office some years ago, most of the information lias been ae<ju!red. Cilice the United Statei patent office was established in 171)0, something like 1)00,000 patents t'.'ivc been granted on v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 September 1908

. r?. ?f*-r^"' . "" ^ iJtfif*' 1 "' 1 jmBf 'I?"- ' I # / <'V. as cm n mm\ r+ f ^ ... ?sriAA,^, . ^ ~'? I ! ^ I??5r?"|^.tli-Xttt ^l))t|$ * !lillt!^: :' I f!nffaae and Taas -a??- f- JsSSSzz*.^* I uDUsGS ml 1635 if 1 W I :rfTfT7 i ?onsolibakb W ^ff tilt ^ I awrnb,, 16, 1903 * SS== I obskDajHtfijCo. ^A-UVI^vA wS;i,Ti^rc,. I rw<M"*4 Iri ? m \ VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908. NUMBER 18 | _ i (? ? * Tvmrnim n ?ti?? 1 UtStKIS RANKS OF REPUBLICANISM Prominent Industrial Promote! Tiros of t ho Unlmrntonious WraiiKliiiKH of His Part}*. Guthrie, Ok., Sept.?Carl C McGee, of Tulsa, one of tlie most prominent business nmn of the St'ile. president of the State .-? < ? r.'iuoi: 01 * oiiiincrcini nim Industrial organizations, whc was permanent chairman ot the Republican State convention, March 11, which elected delegates to their nntionnl convention. and instructed for Mr. Taft for president, in a very complete letter to Governor Haskell sets ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 September 1908

*r P 2 THE BEST THAT'S GOING. What Other* Flint to Talk Altout Now When a man lias to contend with a mother-in-law and a hired girl at the samo time he g<?es against a tangle proposition/ properly.?St. Joseph NewsPress. Now that we have the sane campaign for which we have been pleading for years, we cannot exactly make up our minds whether wo like it or not ?Chicago News. % ' It would seem that the best cure for "brainstorm" would be the application of a few volts of - ? ? TV-.A U T.-? i'li'cvrii'ii).?jui'vruu x- rt't* j The man who offers that hookless waist fastening to a grate- | ful public must be booked for the future hall of fame.? Cleveland Plain Dealer. ... One way to grow rich is to reoch out for the money other j people blow in.?Galveston News. | Happiness iB at the end of the ! rainbow, i But in the shower j that precedes it someone is sure , to get soaked. * * # Santo Clous will be dumbfounded when he undertakes to fill j one of those new-fangled sheath stocki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 September 1908

H 1?,l!-W H: 5 .. ?m*f > w SHI9 1 CTTuTlli OrriCSMBALRM W.f.T.V. 4>re9l<l?nt.?Mrs. Mlmali Hdbbs Day. ? Vlqe-Prssldenta.?Mm. L. M. Leo. Mrs. M. C Ferguson. Mrs. W. II. DIMard. Mrs. R. K Moore, Mrs. U. T. Somones. Recording Socretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyor. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. U. Dll lard. Treasurer.?Mrs. J. T. Llndsoy. Naprrlslrndrals of Department*. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. R Obencbalu. "Purity? Mrs. B R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Oravoly Stevens Slower Mission.?Mrs. fl. T. Somones. Work amoug Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. K Mover. Social Meetings and lied Letter Day.?M 1st Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. IvJK Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Turner. I ITnk Timbs-Kkoiatkk amd Skntinki.. 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 matt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 September 1908

Fl 4 . >alcm (Eimcs-gcg * PUBLISHED EVEKY THUK81 Salem Printings Pub C. D. DEN IT. KDITO W. W. McCLUNO. B Subscripts On?? Year, Nin? Month*. ..... Six Month" Three Mouth*, PHONE A The automobile flurry up at' Salem was simply Mayor Mc1 Clung making the autoists raise the dust for raising the dust.? Roanoke World. Well, isn't "dust to dust'' the law, both human and divine ? The Taft-ltoosevelt crowd will have the satisfaction, at least, of being at the political burial of Senator Foraker, of Ohio, which ought, however, to have occured these long, long years Autoists are finding trouble / keeping within the speed limits In at least one of Roanoke's suburbs.?Roanoke World. If Roanoke would enforce the law ami teach them better, perhaps that disagreeable duty would not.be left to other places. , President .Barney, Oakey refers to Mercer Hartman as "the next congressman fror.; this district." If ho is wo itromiKn to Igive anybody who applies for it an order for all the free se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 September 1908

? Times-Register and Sentinel PUBLISHED EVEliV THURSDAY. Work Cattle For Sale Fine yoke ol cattle, six years old, for sale. M. G. McCLUNG, D-lO-08-tf _ Salem, Va. gitate Female lkT __ __ ii unnai cscnooi Twentv-Gfth Session begins SEPTEMBER 9th. For catalogue and information concerning STATE SCHOLARSHIPS, writ? to J. L. JARMAX, President, Karnville, V?. BESTS GETTING CUES FEB 1LOOK AT THESE. ne six-room house. wltli iiimkI garden and well water, on Union Stre#' $10.00 One seven-room house, with garden and outhouses, in good condition on Chestnut Street $10.00 One six-room house, with garden, Kood location on Market street $15.00 One seven-room house, modern Improvement* and near center of town $10.00 One ten-room house, with outhouses and large garden. In good condition, and cheap for the price. In West falem $14.00 One ten-room house. H-acres of land, good stable, outhouses, fine poultry houses and yards, fruit trees, good garden, hydrant water, and close to car line. A model place...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 September 1908

c> THE BLACK SHADOW A Very 4^rioiis Superstition ol tlie Timi Indians. We have boon listening to the stories of an officer recently returned from service In the Phil-* ippines about the curious superstitions among the brown races, when one of the party, who had been several years a resident of llrazil, related an experience he had had among the native Indiana along the Amazon river at the time of a lunar eclipse, lie said: "1 noticed that for several days every Indian employed in my ihosts' sawmill, ten or twelve in number, spent their entire noon hour in making arrows and testing them by shooting them at a. large tree, not '.ess than 100 yards distant, which stood in the clearing around the in ill. Ifejf' "Of eourse these men are fain iliar with the use of firearms and use guns in hunting. Hut for hoiiio reason, probably a tradition, superstition or prophecy stii! preserved, it is a part of IIIMIUII Ul\\ N I'liUl'ation "to uiaka mi l usa bows and arrows, hven though resi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 September 1908

I RECALLS TRAGEDY OF MM Ann VI LVMU rtUU, A Fatuous C'iih? of Unwritten ' Daw. A few yearn before the Civil War tho sensation of the eoun-i try wan til? killing of Plill Barton Key by Gen. Daniel Sickles. Thin took place, wo think, on Pennsylvania avenue, in Washington. The promlnenco of both parties and tho beauty of Mrs. Sickles, who was an Italian girl of good family named Teresa, made this a sensational affair. The victim was of tho celebrated Key family of Maryland. He was notorious for his flirtations among the married society belles. It was the old game?the devil played dice for two souls and won. The guilty love of Phil. Barton Key and Teresa Sickles amused Washington society for a while, and then came the tragedy?Key In Ills coffin, Sickles in jail and Teresai In seclusion. The unwritten law cleared Sickles. He forgave his wife and tried to place her again in Moiety, but her remorse over Shaving caused tho death of Key blighted her life, and she lived but a short time. Sick...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 September 1908

ARRAIGNED BY DANIEL. tttr?tig Speech by the Senator to Lynchburg Club. In a notable speech to the ' Ik ocratlc Club of Lynchburg a| Ie\* evenings ago Senator .Ino. VF. Daniel arraigned the Repub iv.-an party in tins lasitton: "There isn't a monopolist that u* not in line with the Republicans. "There isn't a trust thnt is not Republican. "All the corporations thnt seek special favor are Republican and are accordingly for Mr. Taft and against Mr. Bryan, j "Who are the Democrats? Tbcy are tho rank and file of American citizenship, the farmer g and the workmen who were forced to remain idle by virtue of Republican policies and the acts of the head of this Rcpubu il ill I ri lui I.nti.ui -If you scratch a Republican *w? the back you will find an office-holder. or one who wants to hold office. "A Democrat lu one who Is always striving to serve the people?a Republican U one who is forever devising schemes by which he can make the people >*>rve him. "A Democrat Is one ...

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

I 'f' 1 ^GeffnB By Bltdricilyl f ^ ^ ... _, FOR TOUR CONSIDERATION I ? ? I ^ \y j/g^Ur n>r Nrhou) rtree***, worth *fte. nt Pnffaae anil Taaa -HUD- I tlrod IIm Vlnihnin* ?l Or, 7r A tr jd. I MUUUyy AaU & . Positively the lxtst and molt <N>rapIetTuno WW*WWW WW www aw / SB . W LAUIH8' AND CIlll.DHKN'S CI.OAKS ever A^ T _ ? ^r '^k a. offered bero?at prices that will attract your -=a=rrJ-^?x.r- <Son?ol?l>al?l> |* tT T l Tl I* I THWmb*. 10, 1903 ZZ...m, ,. Wistm,Djj4TffljC?. epXMMf* ** i^m't^ ? ? ? ?4. ??? VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908. NUMBER 19 I- I 1 REPUBLICANISM IS DOOMED. "Providence In With the Democratic Partv."?llcnrv Watterson. Colonel Henry Watterson, whone official position in the publicity department of the campaign makes him, next to Bryan, the chief spokesman of the party, has the subjoined editoriul on the Foraker incident in the Louisville Courier-Journal. I. The paramoun...

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

r 2 EXPLORER IN UNKNOWN TIBET. l>r. Hodlu Burned Clothes and Painted Ills Face. London, Sept. 28.?A! special dispatch from Simla, British India, says that Sven Hedln, the Swedish explorer, who has just arrived there after extended explorations in Tibet, was enabled to evade the Tibetan spies when ho started in December. 1907. A ehort distance from Karnkoram Pass he turned due east, tuid, in a continuous fall of snow and amid great hardships, lie reached Aksal Chin lake in January. (From that on the snow obliterated the roads and the caravan was in terrible straits. Some of the party suffered from frost bites, and Dr. Hedin's feet were frozen. It became necessary to kill their flock of sheep for food. Eventually, however, they, reached Shementso. Here friendly nomads rgsupplied him with animals, and a twenty days' march east and southeast, passing Dent Chank lake, brought the explorers to a point where the plunge into the unknown had to be made. After Jmrning their Europea...

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

W. C. T.U. COLUMN orriCERs salrh w. c. t. v. President.?Mrs. M lmah Hobbe Day. Vloe-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Dee, Mrs. M C. Ferguson, Mrs. W. U. Dlltard. Mrs. R. K Moore. Mrs. 0. T. Ssmones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Correspond trig Secretary.?Mrs. W. ||. Dlllard. Treasuror.?Mrs. J. T. Llndsey. NaperlatrnSraU of D?partrarsU. BvanRollsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. R. Obenchaln. Purity? Mis. B R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Oravely Stevens. Plnssr Mlatlnn _Un n T ?............. Work among Soldier* and Sailor*?Mr*. 0. F. Moyar. Social Meeting* and Ked Letter Day.?Mis* Maggie Whlteeoll. Sunday School.?Mr*. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance-Mrs. Jobu Bliank. Scientific Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Turner. [Tub Timbr-Kboirtsr and Sbbtinbu at their request,ha* placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire char go of U, and be re?ponslble for all matter therein. It promlies to bo an Interesting feature of the pap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 October 1908

tJ 4T, ' ' 4 ^.tlcrn Simcfi-lUni PUIIL18HKD KVKKY THUK8U Salem Printings Pubi C. d. DKNIT. Editor w. W. McCLCNO. Ut Subscriptic One Year, Nine Month*, Six Month' Three Month*, PHONE The "dryest" people in the State I are being entertained this week in one of its "wettest" spots. Roanoke, iii other words, is host to ine estate W. C. T. U. convention. There is a ^ very large attendance, and quite a ^ number of the members are being en- * tertained in Salem. If our readers could all have a c chance to peruse the Bryau-Roose- 0 velt letters of the past week?which g we are unable to publish for lack of j space, there would be few, we dare , say, who would not concede that Mr. ^ Bryan is more than a match for His ^ Pomposity, with Watson and Ilearat ( thrown in as accessories for good ? measure. The honest, able man, and fl the issue-evading braggart are shown ^ in comparison. The speech of Booker T. Washing- 1 ton at the Roanoke fair Inst Friday 8 proved to be one of the best features * ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 October 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. | PUBLISH RO EVEKY THURSDAY. I HOTEL CRAWFORD I SALEM, VIRGINIA! Commercial Travelers | Snn.U,. ! ??<. I Iuhuunj uvrar GEO. S. STEVENS, PROP. | BEITS GETTIIG CBEIPEB LOOK AT THESE. 110 stx-room house, with Rood garden and well water, on Union Stree* *10.00 One seven-room house, with garden and outhonses. In good condition on Chestnut Street $10.00 One stx-room house, with garden, good loea- , tton on Market Street $ 15.00 One seven-room house, modern Improvements and near center of tow n $16.00 One ten-room house, with outhouses and large garden. In good condition, and cheap 1 for the price. In West Snleni $16.00 j One ten-room bouse. 3-acres of land, good stable, outhouses, tine poultry houses and yards, fruit trees, good garden, hydrant water, and close to ear line. A model place to raise chickens $20.00 , Three-roon\s for rent on Cluy Street ....6 00 1 *arif you want to rent Property, go to a man who Is In the rental business. Write or call...

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

<> A CURSECONflRMED By F. A. Mitchell Herman Fielder wax starting what he proposed Khoulil be < his lust trip as a guide arrow): what is now the Slmp'.on pass of the Alps. That was more than three centuries ago. and a guide's duties were far different I from what they are now. In-1* stead of conducting tourists who < travel for pleasure they allowed i the way to those who traveled /or the purpose of barter. Her- < man wan to guide Gabriel Arshag, a Greek diamond merchant, who was taking a valuable lot of gems to dispose of in Paris. Herman bade farewell to hit* betrothed. Agatha. a litt.e peusant girl, telling her to keep her thoughts fixed on the day of his return. This she promised to do and to pray daily to the Virgin that she would bring him back safely to her. On the first night after beginning the ascent the two men stopped at a litt.e inn midway between the low ground and the summit kept by an old Swede. .Johan Evard and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 October 1908

! LOVE PUZ I ZEES SCIENCE. JtH Power Itevlvcs Brain Which I Was Dead tor Sixty Hours. Mrs. Harry Cohn's brain has , been dead for sixty liours. This morning it came to life | / again and the woman who had been lying in a deathlike coma sat un and smiled into her husband's eyes nnd spoke hit* name. I Mrs. Colin was thrown from , her horso last Thursday. She fell against the street eurb and struck her head n frightful blow. They carried her. homo uncoil- < scious and for sixty hours she < lay white and still, without a i sign of life or returning consciousness. llcr mother and fa- i ther and William llnhn, her 1 brother, watched beside her i every minute of the sixty awful i hours that they have passed < since the accident. "My daughter's husband, Dr. ] Cohn, was in Trinidad when the < accident occurred," said Mrs. Hahn today. "Wo thought every hour would see a change ! for the better, and so we didn't telegraph until last night. He caught t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 October 1908

__8 ST. PETER AT THE GATE. ' i i St. Peter stood guard at the Golden Gate, . With a solemn mien and an air sedate, > When up to the top of the golden stair, " ? A man and a woman ascending there Applied for admission. Thev came ? and stood Hefore St. Peter, so great and good, ] In hopes the City of Pease to win, And asked St. Peter to let them in. The woman, tall and lank and thin, With a scraggy beardlet upou her ' chin; The man was short and thick and ; stout, ' J lis stomach was built so it rounded < out; i Ilis face was pleasant, and all the while He wore a kindly and genial smile; The choirs in the distance the echoes woke, And the man kept still while the woman spoke. *0, thou' who guardest the gate," Said she, "We two come here beseeching thee To let us enter the heavenly laud. And nlftV mir liurna u-itli tlw? unnJ i?j --- rw " ui>^\i baud. ' Of me, St. lVter. there is no doubt. There's nothing from heaven to bar me out; I've been to meetings ...

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