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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1908

"iVpy** """" r' . .. " do you buy n If a # If Winter Garments r nous? >alcm JEimca Rcimtcr =s= i i i\ n m 11 ?ia *?} T^? Underwear af all kinds and sixes Jonnstofl, Day? ^ ffc* * m:z=zr~''(Slonsolibateb fT/fr '%%' I ^IHopgmbcr t6, <903 ? M'"SSsS!S.~Prices as Low as the Lowest. ^ ^ ^ ^ sty JollBStOl, DSJ (5 TBffjf Cfi PHOS1M. HROMIT REUVCRY j j , ' Agents Mltatte Shoes A Hole (roof Hosier? Lr-r-? si ! VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908. NUMBER 26 JUST THINK OF IT, SALEM HUBBIES! S^frposc You Hart a "Ileal Society" Wife nurt Hill* Liko This to Meet. Just to allow how fortunate we are to be poor, the following Lu reproduced for the benefit of the IniHbanda who do not have aueh ^ conditions to contend with: New York, Nov.?In her latent 1. ~ r< x % i n^ab^uivui. W Will" lyUUl'l IMTH. Howard GouM, who is suing her husband for final separation and alimony, makes some startling declarations as to the cost of living of the wife of "a man ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1908

V 2 I ? I It is IN 1 Christmas is only complete now and you appreciate. There is s Never during our Pictures, Mirrors, Chin I _ Iorigni, vne< Lively Musi If You Pref< | it will pay you to neo uh. Our I 3 to be found in thla noctlon. ' tru: Weber, Stock, Whcelock, (Second Floor, Front.) I Mission Furnitt ! | Mission Electric and I 3 Mission Pictures II MIKE SENSIBLE GIFTS ^ 9 Wo hftvo such n variety \ \ E of thOK? useful articles K ^ ? that we cannot mention j\ \ 3 them nil hero, Sewing IN \ E CabinetH, IVook Shelves lj\ * p and Stands, Waste Ilns- |MB I kets, Desks an<l Chairs to J j li g match, Smoking Stands, U?' r Medieino Chests, Hall r and Library Suits. R Mission Furniture wears well I ? any room in the homo. A large [ S Is filled with those elegant g< 1 1 assortment ever displayed in tl J | see these goods. Our expert s I G making ft wise selection. SALEM TIMES-REGISTER A 3 ItMmA fijjJA <Utf n'sl* lone Too E Your Chri a f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1908

! I W. C. T. U. COLUMN wrFM'CIM NALRH W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mliuali HoIiIm Day. Vfc?-PrwlrtonU -Mm. L. M. Im. Mm. M. C. | ' Iterinuiiii, Mrs. W. II. Dlltanl, Mm. r. K t Iieoore. Mrs. I!. T. Htoionw. Recording Secretary.?Mr*. O. F. Moyor. Corresponding Secretary.?Mm. W. II. IlllTrtiMurer.-Nni. J.T. Llndwy. *t? perl at rude ?>?e of It-pHrlnirnln. Bvangultsm and Almshouse.?Mm. C. X. Obonchatn. 1 Ptirity? Mr*. K It. Moore. Modal Contents.?Mr*. Lucy Gravely Steven*. Flower Mission.?Mrs. I). T. Semonos. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. C. F. Moycr. Social Meetings and Ited Letter Day.?Mis* Maggie Wtaltesell. Utuistun.-Mni. F. S. Campbell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J.T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mr*. John Sliank. Scientific Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Tarn or. [Th* Timk8'Kkuistkk ahi> Skktimk*.. at their rei|ue*t.has placed a column at the ilia DOH&1 of tho MrtllWt; xild W?mn?% ??f {too W. O. T. Union, who will liove the entire Aliarro of It, anil b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1908

r 4 puul18iibd kvkkv thoi181 Salem Printing^Pub c. d. dknit. kditoi w. w. mcclunu. ii 11 hcr?r>i i< Ou? Year, Nlu? Month?. ..... Six Month*, ...... Threw Monti)?, ..... PHONE THE COUNTY CAPITOL. The Koanoke Evening World of Tuesday had the following to say, editorlaliy concerning the new county courthouse: "Roanoke county will next year have a new capltol. From the haste in which this matter of building a ucw courthouw was treated, one would be inclined to think that there was Indeed a very e .retnc necessity. There is1 an old saying. "Marry in haste I and repent at leisure." It has' been paraphrased to, "Build in, haste and repent at leisure" on some occasions, and may become j applicable to Roanoke county J and its capltol. There have been I complaints mode that action was) taken too hastily in the matter. There have been people who have] asked that The World advocate Koing more slowly and erecting, 11 larger structure, which Is cer-| tain to l>e n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1908

stl .... j 1 # * Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLI8HBD KVRKY TIllJKHOAY. HOTEL CRAWFORD I O a rr* n.m ?v ? n * |>j n Li c> in , V 1 n U 1 r< I A | Commercial Travelers I Sunday llomr | GEO. ST STEVENS, PROPTI x il 5 RENTS WTTWC CHRAPKK If you do not believe this, cousult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certaiu to have something to suit you. I i i E. R. MOORE Serjeant's Office, College Ave. 8AI.KM. VA. "OUR STORE " * I !t j is yours to use. [ | Come in and meet your friend, || t Leave your small parcels in our care. ^ Use our telephones. H ' Came in and rest. Uk the store for your convenience " A ?what's here, you put here and " I you're welcome to make the stote N I your headquarters. H I Try a cup of , 5 ! CHOCOLATE ! I the best in the world ^ I N ( HUYLER'S always fresh. If you're n j, out of the city we'll express it to ^ 3 you. C CONRAD'S PHARMACY COMMISSIONER S NOTICE. To T. A. Mtu-licll, Administrator of Kannle ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1908

NEWS AND VIEWS., At Bytorrj*, Pa., there is a farm of nearly 91)0 acres, owned by Philadelphia. It is the future site of a hospital for the, insane, ami the city is working every inch of the land for all it is worth, tin* insane patients from the West Philadelphia asylum doing the work. * The largest cranberry bog in the world is being established just outside Sinseonset, Mass. It will cover 500 acres The work of laying out and cultivate inn the lx>g has been going on for over two years and 800 acres wIM soon be under cultivation. ? A Kansas grocer bought five Hack* of jtotutocK from a commission firm. They weighed 530 jtounds. In the five sacks there was 05 pounds of earth, showing that the potatoes had not been cleaned before packing. The Attorney tlencrul has ruled that the com mission man cannot be arrested, but the farmer can, as he was adulterating his potatoes. * That Kaffir corn and ml'.o maize are not properly appreciated in the feed trade is the conelusion of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1908

\ I NOT ALWAYS MAN WHO PAYS Women Play the lloxtm in Pushioiiahlo I(estaurantM. Nowadays it isn't always Jack wbo pays for what Jill cats and drinks The nwvlnrn .1111 imiwd the New York Sun, thinks nothing of inviting a man to lumcheon or dinner or an aftor-thotheatre supper, and she ingenU ously arranges tho little matter of tho ohcck in a way to occ&nion htm not the slightest cmbarraHwnent. She doesn't hand the waiter the oold cash. Oh! dear, no. That would be too crude. But she foots the bill. The manager of ono fashionable restaurant said that ho had many women patrons, who kept an account chiefly for tho reaId-L'-J A" U mm iiiuv iv uimii.i'u vncm to incite men guests without Involving anj embarrassment about the check. "Whave a couple of rich w idown and Home unmarried women of uncertain years who have generous bills here each month," ho said. "They evidently arc only too glad to pay for their escorts' dinner rather than lose the fun of (lining out when they feel li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1908

! NEXT MISTRESS 0M \ THE WHITE HOUSEj Mr*. TulTNTuHtcs ?i? Orem Are IM.iiii? l*oo? Iter Own .Mar i ketliiK au<l Nr*vr tin* tl:i?l a Mcert-fitrv I The following with reference toi , the incoming nilKlrow <>r the White House will be of special Interest to our liul.v reuders: Washington. Nov. ? In the! matter of e lot lies the next litis- j tress of the White House is a J woman of the plain type. While Mrs. Tart is always well and uh-j nelly handsomely gowned her; . clothes are never the first thing; which attracts the attention of j the stranger. Her taste runs to', the plain eiotli and rleh silks. She is emphatically not the tailor-made silk-lined woman. ller favorite colors for the street are brown and gray and for evening wear pink, almost invariably. She has never appeared in an imported gown. She lias had a numb-r of evening gowns made of the fascinating, filmy I'hll-j iippinc fabrics, which she brought' baek to the States with her af-1 t? her lon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1908

do you buy n I W # IT Winter Garments " - I mm:? I cm <Eitues - Register ess? I ^ 'r. I | j n n m f| TH HI rn - Underwear or all klDds and sixes H I Johoston, Day&TerryCo. ^ x i - I te Prices as Low as the jiwesti W JobOStOD, Ddf (J Jfirry [0. I J ., "? ? mirTBIUHH | *?.?. Illltru.-Sb.?. 1 ll..knm?t llow.ry I VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1908. NUMBER 27 I MRS. BOOTH TELLS i- ; OF REFORM WORK * . H r. # ' _ ! ???????? . .? { While Slie Ik Speaking Ik Kec/ ogni/.ecl and Speakh to Pa' L ruled Convict. it (I Richmond. Vn , Nov. un ? The .-tensions of the American l'r't*on \saocia\iou came 10 tin end Here I tonight and tomorrow will lie spent' as a holiday, the entire ?hwtolatlon taking trip to the State farm. Mrs. Maude Ballington Booth . occupied the platform sit to-1 , night's session, Riving a talk on J the work of reformation among paroled prisoners. At the conclusion of her address she held an informal recoptlon on the rostrum. During th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1908

r :? 2 SALEM 1 J I It is None 1 You Christmas is only a few weeks off. In complete now and you can have first choice, appreciate. There is scarcely an article yor Never during our eighteen years' expei Pictures, Mirrors, China Novelties, Handso I Bright, Cheerful, / I K W 1 mv at Christinas time is L/lVGlV I^lVXSlO what y?u win enjoy if J you buy a pianola piano. I Pin no $550 I If You Prefer & Piano it will pay you to see un. Our line is the most representative to be found in this section. We mention a few of our lenders: Weber, Stock, Whccloek, Stuyvesnnt, MePhnil. (Second Floor, Front.) Mission Furniture Novelties l Mission Electric and Gas Lamps ? Mission Pictures MUKE SENSIBLE GIFTS f We have such a variety \ \ \ \ 11 \\ j of these useful articles ^\ \ \ \ \ \\ that we cannot mention \ \ \ \ \ \ U P them nil here, Sew inn V \ \ \ a \ u j I Cabinets, Rook Shelves -X_A \\ \ \\ I and Stands, Waste Has- ?l \ \\ Q I kets, Desks and Chairs to j* - . \ oL ^ ft match, Smoki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1908

W. C. TJ. COLUMN OI'I'K'RKN HAI.IIN W. C. T. V. Prsstdent.?Mrs. Mlniali HobtM Day. VUjs-PresidotiU.?Mrs. L. M. I/eo, Mrs. M. C. Perfpwon. Mrs. w. It. Dlllsrd, Mrs. K. It Moors. Mrs. It. T. Seinones. Recording Socretary.?Mrs. O. V. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. H. !>ll! Treasurer.?Mrs. J. T. Llndsoy. Kaperlatcnilrni* or U*p*rlHirat?. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenchaln. Purity- Mrs. K K. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. n. T. Scmones. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. U. K. j Moyer. ! Social Meetings and Ked letter Day.?Miss Maggie White sell. Lttesature.?Mrs. K. 8. Campbell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Mod teal Temperance- Mrs. John Sliank. Helen tide Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Turner. I IThb Tim as-Kbo 1st*k and 8bntinki.. at their request, has placed a column at tho disposal of the earnest and falthru! women or be W. C. T. Union, who will Itave the entire barge of II, end be responsible for all matte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1908

W 7 4 ^alcm limes-fUiji PUBLISH ?D BVKKT Til U USE Salem Printings Pubi C. d. den it. rditoi w. W. McCLUNU. bi , SubsoriptU One Year, Nine Month* Six Month*, Three Mdiithn, ^ PHONE OUT Jl'LITTLE EARLIER. < In oixler that the faithful employees of this office* may unite . with their families ami friends in j ooserving xnanitsgiving uuj, xm? paper is Issued a few hours earll- : er, this week, which we are sure ( will he justified "by our patrons. President-elect Taft is quoted as saying that he proposes to see a square deal given to legislation by Speaker Cannon in the next Congress; but Mr. Taft cannot accomplish impossible things, and _ a square doal and Speaker Can- , non couldn't exist under the , same roof. This is Thanksgiving Day ; ami despite our surroundings, afflictions or cares,there is not a soul in all this section that* has not a great ileal to be thankful for I and cannot, therefore, find plausible excuse for not reverently and earnestly observing the ' day i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY. HOTEL CRAWFORD SALEM, VIRGINIA CoBBerelal Traveler* Saaity He air ir/-\ o crcvrrr'wr' .jr. x RENTS MSTTHTCMIEArER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the tftwn. We are certain to have something to suit yon. E. R. MOORE Serjeeaut'* Office, College Ay?. SAlJiM. VA. |"OUR STORE"! * is yours to use. * > Come in and meet your friends. h M Leave your small parcels in our care. N N Use our telephones. H N Come in and rest. h ' Use the store for your convenience N ?what's here, you put here and * N you're welcome to make the store N N your headquarters. N 1 Try a cup of H CHOCOLATE ! the best in the world H N N 2 HUYLER'S always fresh. If you're N N out of the city we'll express it to H i you. Q CONRAD'S PHARMACY PUBLIC SALE As tin* administratrix of J. II. Smith, dcci'RHcd, I will, on the* * 15th day of December, next offer for mile t?y |iutillc auction, on the prem Iocs, near t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1908

e> ' LIST OF DELINQUENT I In Roanoke County Delinqi of Taxes and Levies I'litiuvbit l>intrict? White. | <1 IUU.VI lit TA\KS AMD I.RVIB* I)UK Acdcrxoii John's llr's:t?tt Masons Cr'k AG Kradshaw A A I co Z1.13U h Kradshaw Or'k TV IhivlK (ifo It Vi.N) a Water* of Catawba 1 84 Furrow Lucy A k'> a Masons or'k 2 A* . liudmr Goo W lot* 5 A 6 see 2 Bradshaw A A I Npkh 14 tiardner Geo W lots 12 3 see 1 Bradshaw A A I Spjf* IS Me Donald It M lots T 8 V see 1 llradshaw A A I Bpir 14 McDonald It M lots 1 'o ( k T to 12 see 2 A A I Spir 41 Uakey Samuel G lot 4 see G It 8 eo 16 Kobertsou S P 4V a Cataw ha 2 A'i Kibble Virginia K 162.80 u McAfees 1 05 Sluslier I) 1*0.150 u Masons Cove I 08 Smith WashliiKtofCs H'rs 54 a Masons Cove 1 IV W.lmeth Mary I) lot 5 sec 5 B I? co I 31 Kulcm District?White Adam* s A 21 acres Mountain Land 1 58 Austin A 1)24.25 acres Pt Pltzer Land 1 VT Aubott Geo W A M Smith lots 13,14. 15 sec * B A () r, > Anderson W f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1908

-?? ? ? * ? , Iiurks Shelton Susan Uurks 1 88 Banks, Mary 1.3 acres near Salem 14 Bolden Khoda - acres near Holllns 1 32 Ho I den Augustus 2.52 acres near Holllns 1 57 Bolden Clom 1 acre Curveus Creek 1 19 Bolden Carter 1 acre near Holllns 91 Burks Shelton 1.177 ucres near Salem B2 Creanior Clias A 4 acres 1't Haiti Tr 39 Coleman Win lot sec 9 It \ O 14 I Creamer CUas A lot Wood Land ' 13 Compton Thomas lot B A O L co 3? Same 3.130 acres Cove ltoad 2 89 Cain Ktlsa 18.120 acres Pt Lewis Mt 4 47 Creamer Chas A I.hi HIk Hill 1 33 Davis Cova lot 10 sec 1 L 8 L co 14 Duckwilder Alex's H'rs 6.40 a near Salem 6fi Freeman J no's H'rs and D 11 Freeman 2.40 acres Cove Koad 2 37 Godfrey ltowena 3.20 a Thornton Tr 1 57 ( urrlunn (!nrnnlliift 1 7(1 u iionr llolllvtu 1 79 Ilackley LJ.WaN W Salem ] N Henderson Carrie's H'rs near Salem 1 16 Hunt John 3 acres Masons Creek 1 67 Itanuah Stephen's H'rs 1 a near Salein 2 6.7 Johnson Surah 1 u near Holltns 27 Jacob Lee 1 a Klnutowii 2 76 Jackson Martha 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1908

s SUN AND MOON CRACK EARTH. I Seismic Kxpert ll?(.'an Foretell Yoleuitic ItlonoutH and Quakes. That volranic erupt ions and earthquakes eun be aeeurately foretold is the unequivocal as lii'ii 01 i'i uiiiv i n rci, nit' well-known seismic authority. "When the sun anil the moon are in certain positions," said Mr. I'erret. 'the astronomical in, * riuenees have a tendency to change the earth's spherical shape into that of an ellipse. Of course the earth iloes not icnl.y become an ellipse, but if it were a liquid body it would take an elliptical form. "As it is the tendency to change from a sphere to an ellipse manifests itself in a condition of stress. "This condition of stress in the earth's surface brings about a widening and contracting: of the fissures in the crust of the earth. Tills contracting of the fissures results in vo.canic activity. "In other words, when the sun and the moon are relatively so placed to each other that astron omica! conditions are favorab.e, tlieii the earth...

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

J?tasl#n,Daj&TerryC?. Qn I ?*m fT|ttV(?h, BJLTRITKSIIOKSFREE Louisiana u supply of that KS [ g who on January 1st brings uh the u??oi> oi.i? li ZiJ^ . longest list of uanies of towns and W . NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES /-^ ?<: * ' gxs r*V i V ^ 7 ~ ^A ^4ik'dr As ik A/ ^A I pair of these justly .-elebrHUd Shoes SSBSS'SST ?onsohbatcb ftj^l -3Wmb?l?,l90?. i JoIbsIii, Da; i Terrj C?. I 1 'A j Aicents Itiltrltc Mice* tc Holeproof llootery VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSO* /, DECEMBER 3, 1908. number 2s j ANUintK rtAKfUL MINE DISASTER Model Pennsylvania Mining Town in CI loom Over ITtK llurrih'e Death*. Pittaburn, Pa., November 30.? I'ifbod ion, nil but two of tlion: horribly mutilated, were tnken today from the mine of the IMiiulwiror-Ibiffoliv fV*?* 1 . . jLfuiiuivr waa vv/iii|ianj . at Mnrlnnna, forty tulles south of here, where nn explosion occurred yesterday, killing many men and casting into gloom what was until then considered the model mining town of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1908

f? 2 DIVORCE RATE IS HIGH HERE. Cpiihuh Iturnui Statistics Show It Is <?iw> iii Rvi?rv Twnlvr. Washington. D. C., November 128.?The divorce rates appear to 1m* much higher in the United States than in any of the foreign <x>untries for which statistic* relating to the subject have been obtained, not less than one marriage in twelve in this country ultimately terminating in divorce. This fact lias been ascertained by the census, which has just completed a compilation of statistics of marriage anil divorce covering the twenty years from 1887 to 1900, inclusive. Similar statistics for the previous twenty years were gathered some years ago. r IM ?.v ri -.1. .v 4 xi JIII* i^urrn MUMV IIIUI ut tiiu end of the forty-year period divorces were Increasing about three times as fast as the |K>pu-> lation, while in the first decade of the period they Increased only about two and two-thirds as fast. In the six years from 11)00 to ID...

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

I 1 J ' * / i rrrmui OrFICCKN H4I.KN W. C. T. F. I'lwrtdeur.?Mn. Mlinali llobbs Day. Vlo?-rn??lilent*.-Mn<. L. M. Lee. Mrs. M. C. Ferguson. Mrs. W. It. iMUarrl, Mrs. K. It Mooro, Mrs. II. T. Bemonos. * * Kooordlnx Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Mover. Corsesponrilng Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Dlltwd. Treasurer.?Mrs. J. T. I.ludscy. Huprrlulroilrnix of l?-|>arlu>i'Ml*. (evangelism au>1 Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenchntn. ."urity? tin. k u. Moore. Modal Contosts.?Mrs. Luoy Gravely ftevtnt. Flower Mlsalon.?Mrs. B. T. Somones. Wor* iraonr Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (1. K. Moyor. Social Moctlntr" and Bed (.otter I>av.?Miss Mamfie Vhltescll. l?it?>rature.Mrs. K. S. Campbell. Sunday Heliool.?Mrs. J. T. I'enn. Medical Temperance Mrs. John Sliank. -Solwntlllo Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Turner. IThb Tiuks Kkcistkk and Skntinki.. at their request, lias placed a column at the rtla)toMtl or the earnest and falthrul women of the W. O. T. Union...

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

I? 4 J$alcm iimcs-geg 1'ITIlLltfH BD KVKHY THUKSI SalemPrinting^'Pub 0. V. DBNIT, Kdito W. W. McCLUNU. i! Subscripts > One Yenr, Nin? Month*1 Six Month*, ..... Thr?? Moutho, ..... ?i PHONE Why not got tho Christmas spirit right now, anil keep it up until after tho glad season. It will do you good, and you will do more good to others as a consequence. Now that it Is definitely announced that Hon. Carter Glass is Ln the race for the Governorship next year, we may look forward with confidence to a breezy campaign, and "a hot time in the old State" until It is over. That makes four candidates, and all good ones. Gynchburg will decide on Saturday whether that fair city will longer tolerate the flourishing saloon and its consequent train of evils, or whether they shall be banished and gladness and prosperity come to many homes instead. The anti-saloon advocates aro confident of a complete victory, and if this prediction should bo fulfilled it will carry u message of joy through...

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