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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 October 1908

r Times-Register and Sentinel. PUULIS1IBD BVEKY THURSDAY. I HOTEL CRAWFORD SALEM, VIRGINIA Commercial Travelers Sunday Home GEO. S. STEVENSTPROP. RENTS tiETTIM; CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. [ E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Oftlce, College Av?. 1BA1.UU, VA. JCONR A D'S | | PHARMACY; % Pure Drugs and $ Chemicals, Toi- S $ let Articles and 6 | PERFUMERY. | I 1 I 1 fpescription rSHT 1 A iio r aki> com nooam ? ? Aiency * A HUVLJtK'S CANHIKS j? ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons wlio hol<1 claims of any Kind wliataoever against tho estate of tho late Itoland J. Keixuson, arc hvroby untitled to come forward at one* and present tho same for settlement. You will tlnd ua at the Karrner'sHupplvCompany.Unanoke.VlrKlnla. .1. 1?. AND I>. II. KKIttlCHON. P 34-WMt Administrator*. 1 PUBLIC SALE REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Hy virtue of a deereo entered by the ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 October 1908

r> THE PERAMBULAT ING SHOWCASE. TK.? ............i ? ? (IV III >1 >|l(i|IVi IIS II HUgC NIIO|l window, carried about 1 lit1 city and delivered dally into hundreds of thousands of homes, to be examined at the leisure of the render. This shop window is unlike the actual plate ((lass showcase only in one respect ? it makes display of descriptions inMtcad of articles. You have often been impressed by the difference between the decorations of two window-trimmers. each of whom employed the same materials for his work. The one drew your attention and hesl it by the grace and cleverness and art manifested in his display. The othet realised so little of the possibilities in the materials placed at his disposal that unless some one called your attention to his bungling you would have gone on unconscious of its existence. An advertiser must know that he gets his results in accordance with the skill exercised in preparing his verbal displays. He must make people...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 October 1908

" CORN AT $10 1 AN^EAR. In Iowa They ltaise It and Hny It lu TliiMiiselvi'H. ? Ten dollars seems a pretty big I price to pay Tor just one ear of t corn, but out in Iowa they raise t com which brings even more t tiian that. It is not uncommon u for a man out there to raise C corn which lie cannot afford to t own. r Improbable as this sounds, it is t true, ami the explanation is that a prise ears of seed eorn become ? the property of the agricultural t courses where they are exhibit- v ed. They are then sold at nue- f< nun, uiiu me mail who iiuwu > them docs not always feel that li he can afford to bid them in. o That was precisely what hap- e pcned to air Iowa farmer named v McCul lough not long ago. lie en- v terod a g<xxl many ears of corn li in the competition held at Mar- v shalltown under the mangement g of the Stale Agricultural College, fc Over 3,000 ears were entered a and one of MeCul'.ough's won first a prize. The prize was a $l.r&gt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 October 1908

' ANOTHER REPUB-" LiCAN SCANDAL. Who ?imI m?'.1 tin* o'.il Panama Canai property to the United States tJovei anient . lhat .s allot her ion the answer to which would probably i?e misunderstood by the people" if given before th.e e eetiou. The transaetion was conducted ko as to create the pub ie impression that the par tie . to tin* transfer were the French shareholders as s* "ers and the United States as buyer, but there is good reason to believe that the ehartered rights and belongings of the l*esneps eorporation had been previously secured by an Anieriean Syndicate. William Nelson Cromwell, of New York, was notoriously attorney for both sides of tlie bargain and was personally interested ia the sale; yet when put on the rnck before a Senate committee, while admitting that lie had derived a handsome rake off from the price paid, he refused to divulge the name of It its .enunciates in the speculation. The Chicago New.-; has evidence from France that Char e; W. Taft. brother and fiyn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 October 1908

?r oo you BUY n ! w sW% IT LADIES' TAILORED SDITS I GROCERIES? J&MtM QJ4ttf?$ ? Mtgtmtt SiSS^E I C y T?> T ilk A very largo assortment of coloni and DH styles In Children's MkIm,wj?IH17(a| fG& y T?a;'rr?r I rl-*U?*"*kl ?on^olibcitcb j? /^fI ^STopcnib^t J6^ 1903 [jJ. I retail Prices as Low as the Lowest. <' ' V Jolnston, Day & Terry Co. FHORE it. PBOBPT DELIVERY Agents Jllltrltc Shoes ?V Holeproof Hosiery VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, \ ?URSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1908. NUMBER 23 | ? l ft ' " - " G. 0. P'S. POLITICAL DEATH RATTLE. Henry Wattersou Says That Taft is a "Dancing Heur" or the Trusts Louisville, Ky.. October 26.?"It is all over but the shouting, ami money wil! not save them," declares Henry Wattcrson in the Courier-Journal Sunday. The Louisville editor, taking his cue from the repented assertions in the press that the Republican campaign fund is now full to overflowing, says that the Presidency cannot be bought, HIIll 111(11...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 October 1908

2 1.100 KNOWN DISEASES. The ICyc Alone It* Subject to Forty*eii;ht l>lMtlnct auw^ivuei A <.?crman physician who has ? bent Tor statistics l? responsible for the statement that the human frame is liable to 1,100 diseases. If he is correct one con but marvel at how few of these ailments the average person manages to contract during a lifetime. The eye nlono is subject to no less than 48 different and distinct affections. Considering its apparent vulnerability to contagion it escapes with great good luck, but in reality it is not as exposed as at first thought would seem. The eyelids are automatic in their protection of the eyeball, and the first instinct is to snap shut when a blow is directed toward them. Incidentally they "oil" the eye and keep Its surface free from dust, ntn It ik for the good of the human race that the practice of medicine lias changed during the last 2!> years. Formerly there was a specific remedy for each disease, and the poor pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 October 1908

i ' **" ;?fI^'- ' VI. C. T. U. COLUMN ;| Pricr.iM A4LKM W. V. T. V. President.?Mm. Mlniah Hobbs Day. Vlee-President*.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. M. C. Ferguson, Mrs. W. B. Olllard. Mrs. K. K !( Moore. Mrs. if. t. wemonos. Recording Socretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. Dlllord. Treasurer.?Mr*. J. T. Llndsey. HaperiMleedreto of D*Mrtaireta. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenehaln. Purity? Mrs. B. K. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. 0. T. Semones. (Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Bed Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School. -Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction?Mry. Ola Turner. vMMi ^ (Thi Timrs -Rsuirtkh amd Bshtinki.. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnost and faithful women of the W. O. T. Union, who will have the entire oharge of It, and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 October 1908

f J>alcm ?imcs-^eg PUBLISHED KVKKY THDR3 Salem Printings Pub c. d. den it, bpitc w. w. mcclunu. i Subscripti One Year, Nine Mont lie Six Months, Three Mouth* PHONI W '-to will it be? Guessing time's most over now. No tnntter what the general result, let the Democratic hostB of Roanoke do their full duty next Tuesday by their epiendid leaders, Bryan and . Kern. Re careful with your ballots next Tuesday. There will be many names upon it, and unless great care is exercised, there is danger of markiug it wrong. 1 President Roosevelt was fifty years old on Tuesday. We wish him many, many mose anniversaries, mud hope they'll be happily spent, but uot in the White Houso. They wore talkiug about sending Senator Chauncey M. Depow of New York, to Virginia this week as a Republican missionary, but have cauccllcd his engagements. It iB 1 . a wonder that a certain contingent of Taft Democrats in Richmond didn't extend him a special invitation to speak there. They seem to like that sor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 October 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED BVBHY THURSDAY. I HOTEL CRAWFORD I SALEM, VIRGI N I A | I commercial Travelers Sunday Home I G^OVctEVENSjPROJ RENTS GETTING CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property iu all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office. College Ave. SALEM. VA. J | CONR AD'S? pharmacy| | Pure Drug? and " * Chemicals, Toi- t let Articles and % PERFUMERY. I ppescpiptionrsr || X HOT AMD 1'OI.D NOItAN # Aitnojr | J S HDYLKR'8 CAN1MK8 ( I f\ ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons who hold claims of any kind whatsoever against the estate of the late Kol&nd J. Ferguson, are hereby notified to come forward at once and present the same for settlement. You will find us at the Fa rmcr'a 8up|>lv Company. Hon tioke, Virginia. J. H. ANI) D. 11. FBIUIUHON. fi "4-OS-4t . Administrators, PUBLIC SALE or REAL AMI PERSONAL PROPERTY My virtue of a decree entered by the Circuit Court...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 October 1908

" v> HEARS FUNERAL . BV PHONE Wile Listens to I'tilojry a UV?T llllH IiiiiiiI'h Body. Ikdridden for yearn with paralysis, Mrs .lames Mitchell Itinard. wife of one or Andrew Carnegie's junior partners. anil worth millions, heard by telephone the funeral eulogy over the remains of her husband, ltinard. known to steel mnnufacturern as probably the most ?*ipert steel blower In the country. bail been killed by a flying t>ar of steel in the yards of the Edgar Thomason works at Itraddork. Hi s wife, to whom he had paid urn-easing devotion since she bevautc an invalid, fifteen vears ago. in now believed to lie dying .is a result of the crushing news of her husband's death. Thn'P years ago Mrs. Kiunrd lost the power of speech. For a year he has been almost sightless. Only through her eyelids has a method of comnuuileation with her been maintained by the members of her family. They would say over the letters of the alphabet and she would signify the letter to be uso.l by...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 October 1908

WASHING TOW LETTER '(From our regular correspondent.) AN INTERESTING CHARACTER Washington. D. C\, October 27 1908.?One of the most interesting of the many interesting persons who make Washington theii temporary home is the Chinese Minister, Wu Ting Fang. Dr Wu, as lie is generally called, it a graduate of an American University and speaks English with precision and without a very marked accent, lie has always worn the Mandarin costume, and vue niiks 01 niK g<nvns aiul floppy trousers arc the admiration and envy of women wherever he goes. He is in much demand in society, where few Chianmen have been reeofved owning to their peculiar table manners, but Dr. Wu is a cultivated gentleman and a true cosmopolitan. One of his engaging eccentricities is his open and unabashed admiration of American women, and though the average Chinese gontloman has the world, even Ireland, outdone in the variety and subtlety of his flattery, it is believed that Dr. Wu is sincere in the respect li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 October 1908

8 BROTHER TAFT GOT $11,872 IN LESS THAN A YEAR. Kirst of Ills Three .lobs Was In Connection With a Plillippine Concession. Washington. Oct. 2G ?The records of the Department of Justice show that llenry W. Taft was on the pay-roll of the Department of Justice while his brother William II. Taft was head of the War Department. He was one of the large galaxy of special attorneys nireu to prosecute the trusts. Tobacco was his specialty. According to the records he received $11,872.80 within less than a year. Some of it waa paid as reimbursement for expenses incurred and some as salary. SELF DESTRUCTION WAVE INCLUDES LURID SUICIDE. i KeliKioiiH Maryl mil Legislator First Fires House ami Barn Alter Stabling Cattle To Burn. Cumberland, Md., Oct. 27?A wave of self-destruction which passed through Garrett county in the past few days, numbered in its three tragedies a suicide with an end-ofthc world element to it. A. K. George, a member of the 'Maryland Legislature, Secretary of the Oarrett Co...

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

do you buy (| I y @9? ^ 4. .If" LADIES' TAILORED SPITS GROCERIES. 9 ?ssrrr i ' 'JUt Ml m ^^9^ ?tyleo In Children'! . Johnston, Dav & Terry Co. ^ ? # ?"SJ??,?"? . L T. , A . A, , ^^ . | LADIES' COATS ZZL'JLS'tZ T.~r ?on^olibateb frj"* J /W ;1'T| ||t I 'ISIooembeir 10, 1903 41 retail atore- quality considered. 5 > ^ Prices as Low as the Lowest. ! JobnstOD, Day A Terry Co. PH9RE (4. PMIPT DELIVERY vL' * *K?nU Uiltrltc Fh?e? A- Holeproof floater v VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, felTRSPAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908. NUMBER 24 PANAMA AltAIKS BEFORE MESS 'Democrats Reach Agreement to Ask for Probe of Dent Uncovered by The World. Chicago, Oct. 60.?Mi InvestigAtkm of the sale of the Panama - w ' SSf'a -Canal will be demanded by the Democrat* whah Congress coii"r" vmick fen December., Under an agreement reached by Democrat ic leaders today. Representative Henry T. Rnlney. of Illinois, will, on the first day of the session, Introduce a resolution calling for the appointment of a spe...

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

I " 2 WALKS MONTH IN TRANCE. Disuitoointcri Suitor Hikes from Philadelphia to Ifoston In Dii/.c. In a trance which Iiuk lasted .'iO days. during which lie walked from this city to Boston after his fiancee had said she could not at once marry him. Morton K. Swart*, of r?t(? North Second street, was found by the Boston police in the early part of tlie present week, walking the | streets in a hazy condition of mind. Thursday night, with an escort, he returned to his home, still weak from his experiences, but able to tell his parents that he knew nothing about the trip to the New England city, and could remember no motive for prompting it. "I don't know why I walked there. I only know that I felt ill about a mouth ago, thought I was going to fnlnt, ami then the next thing I remember is when, in response to a vigorous shaking of the shoulders I saw a policeman having hold of me." This Swartz asserts over and over, and his parents have heroine eonvincod that he wandered from here to Bosto...

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

I W. C. T.U. COLUMN OFKICRKM N il.C.n W. C. T. V. PrMldtnt.-Mri. Mimati Hobbs Day. V|(m-Pr<>8l'tcii(i.-Mr*, L. M. I?ee. Mrs. M. C. Pcrxus hi, Mrs. W. I). Utliant. Mrs. K. U Moore. Mrs. D. T. Somones. Kcnorillnif 8ocretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyor. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. U. I?HTroa#urcr.?Mrs. J. T. Llndsey. I liiprriulrnamH al U'purliHenU. Bvangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obcnchaln. Purity? Mn, B K. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. LucyOravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semoncs. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Mover. Social Meetings and Ked Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wiiltescll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Petiti. ( Medical Temperance Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Turner. , [Thk Timkh-Kkuisticr and 8strrtNBi.. 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 utiarge or It. and l>e responsible for all matter therein. It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 November 1908

r V ^?alcm iimcspfkiji published bvkky thuk3l Salem Printing^Pubi c. d. dknit, rdttoi w. w. muclunu. b Subseriptk onn yokr . . . . . Nino Mouths Nix Month*, Three Months, PHONE Ycb, wo hoard something drop Tuesday. Aiu't Carter Glass a runner? Just ask Mr. Ilartman, his opponent; be knows by this time. The landslide arrived on time Tuesday evening, but it landed on tbo wroug side of the track. Is the country going to prosper? Yes, sooner or later; not because of Taft's election, but in spite of it. What's the use of repiuing? Take your licking without whining; the sun for us all is still shining, but?it got powerful chilly the next day. Defeated, though he is, William Jennings Bryan is, nevertheless, the greatest of living Americans in tho opinion of millions of his countrymen. If it suits a majority of folks it suits us. We believe always iti the majority taking just what it wants, but there's no use heiug piggish about it. Mr. Bryan didn't win, hut he gave the other side the scare...

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

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLI8I1KD BVBHY THPKSDAY. I HOTEL CRAWFORD I salem, Virginia! Commercial Travelers | I Sunday llome 1 okosTCTEVE^Tpropj RENTS SSTTlKtt CHEAPER If you do uot believe vhis, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. jt j E. R. MOORE BrrRfunt's Office, College Aye. SALEM. VA. ' ; "OUR STORE"! J is yours to use. J N Come in and meet your friends. H N ^eave your small parcels in our care. H M Use our telephones. H N "Come in and rest. '' J Use the store for your convenience N ?what's here, you put here and " N you're welcome to make the store N H your headquarters. N N Try a cup of H J CHOCOLATE ! 3 the best in the world H 1 . M i HUYLER'S always fresh. 'If you re k J out of the cny we'll express it to u 3 y?u. Q CONRA D'S l'HAKMACY ADMINIST RATORS NOTICE^ All persons who hold clatma of any ktnO whatsoever against the estat e of the la to Koland J. Ferguson, are hereby notified to come forwa...

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

I IGNORANCE ! LOST FORTUNE.! Bwausc Laborer Could Not Itiend lie Forfeited Million*. Toronto, Out.. Oct. 31.?The inability to read and write bus probably cost Kre 1 I .a Hose. a Freud; - Canadian blacksmith, snore money than any other man on the American Continent, if not In the workl. Borne say that the fact that lie did not know his "c-n-t spells rai" cost him only S7(K),O00. Others say it ?*ost him anywhere from $10.000 000 to $30,000.OOO. These, however. believe that La Hose's first luek would have held ami credit hint with a eertain native shrewdness which lie may or may not have possessed. As it was. lie (gave baif of what is now the $7,500,OOO l.u Itose mine in Cobalt to a railroad foreman to do a little reading and writing for him. and t*?sl out the rest of his share for $1110.000. So the monetary loss for being a stranger to a primer *?nd a copybook is hard to compute. Ibie tiling, however, is certain? that if the blacksmith, getting SCO a month from a railroad construction...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 November 1908

# MAIL ORDER 11/IEE IJICCIT YTIIL lYIItJIIl. Michigan Farmer (JetN I>ivorce After Third Matrimonial Venture. Thai tho "mail order wife" as an investment does not fill the bil! and rarely oomeu up to the description and specifications in the advertisement ia the testimony given in court here by Joseph Sturgis, a Lcc farmer. Mr. Sturgis qualifying as an l>\ nopf lin l?n/1 flrwloo ??'? ? , .... a tiuu illllVC 111(11ricd what' ho called "mail order women,'1 and found them unsatisfactory. After successfully escaping from two of them through the courts, ho corresponded with one in New York City. On the stand he said he had sent the woman $P00 before he ever saw her. Then sho urged him to come to New York City and see her, send her $500 more in advance to assure her of his coming. Me forwarded the required sum, and when he got there 1 found her an invalid in a wheel chair. She said she was awfully sorry to have deceived him so regarding her beauty, but that isiic nau ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 November 1908

f T f TIMBER SUPPLY | Of UNITED STATES *\Ve arc now cutting timber from the forosts of the United States at the rate of 500 foot board measure a year for every uian, woman, and child. In Europe they use only GO board feet." Few statements could be made which would better convince the average man that this country leads the world in the demand for timber. It Is made by Tread well Cleveland, Jr., in a circular which treats of the connervation of the forests, soil, water, and all the other great natural resources, which has just been published by the United States Forest Service. In speaking further of the consumption or timber In this country, Mr. Cleveland says: "At this rate, in lean than thirty years all our remaining virgin timber will be cut. Meantime, t lie forests which have been cut over are generally in a bad way for want of care; they will produce only Inferolr second growth. We are clearly over tlii? verge of a timber famine. "This is not due to necessity, for the forests a...

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