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

ikes-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHBD KVBKY THURSDAY. HOTEL CRAWFORD salem, Virginia foanereUI Travelers Sunday Home OttO fl ftTRVWNa Bnrtn A j' RENTS GETTING CHEAPER . I SB??? If vop do not believe this, ooiiHtilt our list of desirable property in all parts of the tewn. We are certain to have something to suit you. Ri. E. R. MOORE Serncaut'# Oflice, College Aye. SALEM, VA. i ^1 i I ; "OUR STORE" | Is yours to use. I Come in and meet your friends. H H Leave your small parcels in our care. H N Use our telephone*. N " Come in and rest. " H ' Use the store for your convenience '' 1 ?that's here, you put here and * K you're welcome to make the store H | your headquarters. II ? Try a cup of It CHOCOLATE ! t the best in the world ^ ( HUYLER'S always fresh. If you're N I) out of the city we'll expres* it to ^ you. ? Q CONRAD'S PHARMACY PUBLIC SALE As the administratrix of J. II. Smith, deceased, 1 will, on the > 1Mb day of IRcrmber* ncxl itter for ante by public unction, on the ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1908

i? THF MOTHFR T I IIL Ml V/ I IIR.I1* *1 A Story of llor Devotion us Itintutiliil as l*?tlietio Ono or the most pathetic f stories the newspapers have i printed recently is that of Her- j man llillik's mother. Ilillik is in t. a Chicago jail under sentence of i death for the murder of a young f woman. Mrs. ilillik lived at i Cleveland. ().. and died there yes- t ten lay of grief, having received < on Wednesday a farewell letter i from her eon. She had arranged to be burled by his side. lie- 1 fori' llillik's last letter reached j her she had written to him, tell- i inn him she was praying night ] and day that she might live to \ see the end of his troubles, speak- ; ing of him as "my child." Her \ letter enclosed two dollars, say- ( ing it was all she haul. Almost 1 with her last breath she pro- i tested her belief in his innocence, j Evidently a very real mother. 1 The man was wild and bad and ] dissolute. Ills crime was pccu- | liarly villainous. He had wrung | his moth...

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

LIST OF DELINQUENT I in Roanoke County Delinqi | of Taxes and Levies vn??NUH l/isirivli nlllMJi Amount op Taxba and Litim Dub. Andvnon Joho't Hr1! S ? Mmobi Or'k >6 r trail* haw A A I oo 81.120 a Kradshaw Cr*k 79 1 >arl* Goo K OS.HO a Water* of Catawba 1 M Varrow Lucy A Ba Mason* cr'k 2 W tardncr Goo W lota 5 ft S nee 2 BraSshaw A ft 1 Spaa 14 1 Urdntr Geo W lota 1 8 S aec 1 Brads haw A ft I Sptca IS Mo Doll al(l K M lota 7 8 9 aec 1 Bradshaw A ft I Bp? 14 McDonald K M lota 1 ?o 4ft 7 to 12 sec 2 A ft I 8p? 41 Gakey Sanuicl G lot 4 *ec 5 H S co 15 '.tobertson S P 49 a Catawba 2 63 Kibble Virginia K 1S2.H0 s McAfees 1 06 Slushor 1) 99.160 a Masons Cove 1 Wt Smith Washington's H'rs 64 a Masons Cove 1 19 Wilmetli Mary D lot 6 sec 5 B S co 1 31 Salem l>iKtrict?Whit? Ailaina 8 A 21 acros Mountain Land 1 58 \ UBtln A O 34.26 aorea Pt Plt?er I .and 1 97 btx'tt Geo W ft M SlU'tll lota 13. 14. J5 ?*m> 4 Kill - ? vndfi?on W 8|o m m<c H !)...

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

s FBEFB for I lie ICelorin of Husbands' Willi II iivii IVillrti I'tiilni* P?l t icoul nomination. ??f nil the queer flubs that exist in the world you will find I some of tho queerest in Lan- | rashiro. One of these is called ( the "henpecked" club. As the title indicates, the members are all males, and you can come ncross a club in almost every Lan- i ca shire town of any slxe. , The meetings are held as a rule in some bar parlor, and tho dis- : missions are about members, and very often non-members, who have the reputation of being henpcoked. When evidence has been brought to show that a particular man has allowed himself to tome under his wife's thumb, they tax him with it in the place ?n niiTiinK. ihp president delivers a lecture on the danger of a husband permitting his wife to usurp lila position as master; and !when the others have endorsed his remarks the person to whom the speeches are addressed Is warned that if ho continues to stand hcnpecklng he will be made the subject o...

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

l^alcm ?to$>* - Register "km Louisiana a supply of that i n . ^^9^ uoop old *JE\ w Sweeping Reductions in prices of 1 ' , . NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES y & J 8?^?* ^ ?l?o "Oatawba" & "Floyd" (Sonsolibateb / tfr I ^JTooember 10, 1903 4^ I Shoes yon get Free January let. buckwheat flour. ^ %, $ jm* Jihiston, Day A Terry ti. call un then v?' g|.miy * J J Ot PHONE *44. I'ROirr DKI.IVEKY j N HP 'i ? Agents Hlltrltc Shoes ft Holeproof HUty VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THUl^AY, DECEMBER 17, 1908. NUMBER 30 Tiir* TPnnnn nr I M[ ICKKUK Ur A COMMUNITY, What "Niglit Riders" Moan t<i a Section of the Stnlo of Tennessee. I Few people, who have never experbeneetl it? terrors, can oomprcheml tho nituatIon in a oommun ity wihero. there Is an organized InuuI of "night riders." Recently the country was startled by the atrwious murders charged tc a baud of them at Reel Fool Lake, Tennessee, nn<l desperate measures were resorted to tc trace down the* lea...

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

pu ?mi 2 "crazed with p jealousy; 1 and Ktlortx of tlie All | Too Frequent TraKe?ly. t ii c "C'razed with jealousy over at- * tention pawl to his wife by Carl * Clapp, William Barnhart late * last night killed the (couple, then * K?ve himself up and was hurried c to Cnrrolton before a frenzied c mob that had gathered." This is * the opening paragraph of a drn- 11 matlc news story printed in yes- ^ terdny's papers. Unhappily it " does not partake of the extraor- ^ dlnary. The American people are becoming accustomed to the * "erased with jealousy" headline, * and aside from Its sensational ' signlfi *auce are likely to re * tf e sior} v hleH it captions, h thing .ult*- t? /e> ex^ucco day's happenings throughout tno country. Nor do tiie occuiren"es ? soom even to serve valuable pur- ' pose as examples or warnings? ^ in such rapidly Increasing num- ' fxsr do they multiply. 1 The inducing cause of such ! events is the vanity and heedlessness of married women who ' crave admira...

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

M 'W C. T U COLUMN Si ' orricKRM n?i,p.n w. v. t. v. Mr?. Mliuati llobba Day. Ferguson, Mrs. \V. li. lilllard, Mrs. K. It , Mooro, Mrs. U. T. Setuones. H? oordlnx Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Correaoondlnx Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. 1)11lard. Treasurer.?Mrs. J. T. Mtidney. Hvanxellara and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. ubeachiln. 1'urtty?Mrs. K H.Moore. Medai Contests. -Mrs. T.uoy Ortivcly Stevens. Flowor Mlsrion.?Mrs. B. T. Setiiones. Work amonx Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. K. Moyor. Social Meetings and lied I/Otter Day.?Miss Maxxie Wliltespil. (.ltorature.? Mrs. K. 8. Campbell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. I'enu. Medical Tent iterance--Mrs. John Sluuik. Soton title Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Turner. Tit* TlMCH HnilKTKH AND SCNTINKI,, lit tld'lr request. luis placed u column Jit the ilts|n>.?tU of the cumest Hiul faithful women of tho W. O. T. Union, who will have tho entire eh (trite of It, and lie responsible for nil mattor therein. It promises lo I to nil Interesttnif feature of ...

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

w 4 ? ^alem $imesi-gU(| PUBL.18HKD KVKKY THUKi Salem Printings Put C. D. DKN1T. Rditi W. W. McCLUNO. Subscript Oof Year, ..... N'ln? Month*. ..... Six Month*, ..... Ttiw Months, ..... FHON :? sitU-?. = Haven't w?\ a ' bully*' President ? But his days of bullying in that capacity are near inn an end. thank the Lord. Mark the prediction I Uoosevolt will go out of the Presidential office lis thoroughly disliked by the CongreHH and those with \\ horn he has to deal directly an any man who ever occupied that office. The passing of the t.vraiP will be hailed with deiight rather than regret. The fact that there has been a decided Increase in the price of fiiufTionus recently will explain why we are not prepared to send any to ?Vr friends as Christmas presents this year. Wo are opposed to pampering a trust that raises the prices of its goods at til la particular season. In an interview a few days ago President-elect Taft was frank enough to say that he did not expect the South to came jumpi...

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

Times-Register and Sentinel. HUI1L18HKD KVRKY THURSDAY. I HOTEL CRAWFORD I salem, Virginia! Commercial Traveler* | I' Sunday Home I ^JSKO^S^STEVENSjPROPJ RENTS &BTTIKC CBKAfER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of tbe town. We nrt< (vrlnin ir\ liuv.> something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant'* Office, College Ave SAI.KM. VA. ;"OUR STORE"! J is yours to use. j N Come in and meet your friends. H N Leave your small parcels in our care. M N Use our telephones. * N H Come in and rest. ^ Use the store for your convenience N ? -what's here, you put here and ^ IN you're welcome to make the store H (I your headquarters. N N Try a cup of M I I CHOCOLATE ! I K the best in the world ^ K N i || HUYLER'S always fresh. If you're || II out of the city we'll express it to n 3 y?uCONRAD'S PHARMACY PUBLIC SALE Am the administratrix of J. II. ibnltli, do- ' oen?ed, I will, on the , 16th day of Drctmbfr, nrxl offer for sale...

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

W SOUL HUNGER. T - ! ' "The sou) Is not whore it lives.' but where it loves." once said u philosopher, ami tiiis is so evi-j <lont o truth that should eoiue homo to all opt In lists that by Its light we come Ho see clearly that ' the soul has no hunger and 110 thirst save for love. The need of love is a more imperative need to the sou! or man than the 1 need of goodness, or the need of * beauty, or the need of truth or 1 of freedom, ltuskin was in full ( recognition of this ttecd when he 1 stated it in these terms: ' l< u .<? iv.ww.r .... -?....4>. i ?that the soul's armor is never 1 well set to the heart unless a ^ woman's hand lias braced it. and ' it is only when she braces it 1 loosely that the honor of tn&n- 1 hood falls. / It is only by reaching out and ' hungering for love that the 1 soul can attain to that freedom 4 in which alone u man can ex- ' pre*-* the good that Is In h> , ( | and, i'.lei- it up a ve uoy...

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

j " LisfflSifi In Roanoke County Delinqi of Taxes and Levies Catawba I>lntrlct?White. Amount or Taxh and Livm Ddi. Anderson John's Hr's 39 Masons Cr'k 55 irradshaw A A 1 co ZI.L3U a Uradsbaw Cr'is. 79 Davis Geo K 98.MO a Waters of Catawba I M K\i rrow Lacy A Has Masons cr'k 2 W inrdner Goo W lota GAS sec 3 Brad shaw A A 1 ?prs 14 Gardner Geo W lota 13 3 sec 1 Bradshaw A A I Sprs It MeDonald K M lota 7 8 9 sec 1 Bradshaw A A I 8pr 14 McDonald It M lots 1 ?o 4IA 7 to 12 sec 8 A A I 8 pr 41 Oakey Samuel O lot 4 sec 6 B 8co 15 Hobertoon S 1? 49 a Catawba 3 63 Kibble VlrRinla K 183.80 a McAfees I 08 Sloehor D 99.1110 a Masons Core 1 98 Smith Washington's H'rs G4 a Mssons Cove 1 19 WHmeth Mary D lot 5 sec HUM co 131 Salom ItlMtrict?White Adams 8 A 21 acres Mountain Land I 58 Austin A D 24J6 acres Pt Pltcer Land 1 97 Abbott Geo W A M Smith lota 13,14.15 seo 8 B A O 27 Anderson W S lot 29 sec 29 8 I) oo 14 I taker John 1.40 acres Boa Kiver 79 llrooks John lot !6 seo 11 Mont 14 Bo...

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

h i washing ! i ton letter; < Kto 111 our rpKitlar rorrtupviident.i NO IU1NDS. SAYS UNC'LiK JDK. Washington, I). December I ft. ?The Southern Commercial < ? hi vent ion, the convention for tbe (.kindervntion of the Natural KMuunw, ami the WaterwajK convention have al! departed ^ leaving Washington alone with Congress, the President and the President -elect. Last week was h strenuous one for Washington with these conventions, which were of real importance. Doubtia? tlic I'lt'sMoiit in earnestly desirous of accomplishing something "before his "sun." as he expresses it, shall completely set. msl before he plunges into the midst of the Dark Continent and leovep the country to the care of William II. Taft and Congress and Speaker Cannon. The adjii'iiIk4 ration for more tliua ?uv ^*n years has tieen trying to accomplish gt eal things ami doubtleas the era ea"ed Itooseveltlan will be remembered for its stren uousness. Hut the President has been opposed b.v stubborn eo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 January 1910

J v UP A OOMPLBTB LINE thiug for Your Fruit Cake =hh1?= ^ w ii i t f, good sl^h A CULLXIKK OF y Every artleto offered in .ale tvae ne Confectioneries l^w ^ a w o^.'i7. <>ri',!<",t b"'"vy 8,lv""ot"' t fruit Cake (tt>30c par pound (?to u SO 11 bd Lb l^llil 1 ^ ' O ^ I O up 111 bt> r I 1003* ^'XZIZZT "^1 m Dou't Forget We Sell Electric Light SL /' '{3 II 1/ ^3y j^B . HT ^ 1/ ^ I All strictly Winter good# at coat. | Globe* r7^ ^ ^ ^ SW v , , . no t r 1 r ^ proufno c/ ^ Johnston, Day 4 Teiry Co. 1 L VOLUME 44. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANIJAKY <>, 1910. NUMBER 32 1 ~ . MUKt MEN NEEDED TO TAKE CENSUS I , Applicant8 Are Slow Applying for Positions as Kiiiini* orators. , Washington, D. C., Jan. 4. ? Census Director Durand stated today that, as a result of his conferences with the supervisors of census throughout the country he finds that In many sections, especially in the larger cities, there have not been as ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 January 1910

BEvER NEEDED Man Has Wonderful V Invention to Help tlie IT Farmers. ' -Muskegon, Mich., Jan. 3.?That * he can break any long-continued d> ought with ease, and that by to inns of a rain-making machine f..?? is able to induce precipitation wncn tar f?iiicly land or Muskegon unty requires it, is the statoi ?nt of Janice II. Anderson, a fanner of Egglevston township, v ho claims that much of the avy rains hero during the last ia011 tli are due to experiments he i-as conducted. When one first neara tho Aillerson farm a veritable forest of tall poles is to be seen. At tho end of each of these a square of lino wire netting, supported by copper and steel bars, which are < onnected to a wire which runs to the ground, is placed, and it < from these squares that the i irrent is projected into the air, ctting the ether eaves into mo i ion. Anderson says that tho probjtn of inducing rain under certain conditions is simple, and hat when clouds carrying inois ure p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 January 1910

W W. C. T. U. COLUMr orPK'KBN N4LRM W. V. T. V. Br Crwldeat.-Nri. Mltnth llobbs Day. F Vice-Pre8l(lonU.-Mn. C. W. Price, Mrs. Ol I Turner, Mrs. .1. E Shank. Mrs. 15. K Moon L Mrs. 11. T. Seuiones. f Keoordlng Secretary.?Mrs. U. K. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Slianl Treasurer.?Mrs. (Jeorge S. Stevens. ; Sii|M<rlHlrii(l?>iiiN ol l>?|mrlnienlN. ; Literature.?Mrs. Clias. Corbitt. Kvungellsni and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E Obcnchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Setnones. Medal Contests. -Mrs. Lucy Gravely Steven* Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F Moyer. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Mis Fannie F'olks. FlorenceCrittenton Home?Mrs. E. It. Moore Social Meetings and Ked Letter Day.?Miss Matraie Whlteseil. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. [THK Timek-Hkoistku and Skntinbi., Ill their request,has pluee?l a column at the ills posal of the earnest and faithful women oi the \V. C. T....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 January 1910

PUBLISHBD KVKUV THUKSI ^Blem Printings Pub M. o. KfcCLUNO, BE W. W. McCLUNU. It Bf Subscriptic B One Year, h' cm iue auMiinc, ..... I Six Month*, .... . Three Months, .... f - f ? ??PHONE MOUSE AX EXAMPLE. Morse, the ico king of New 1 ork, by his high financing methods, has landed himself in the penitentiary of tho United States at Atlanta, Ga. The law is beginning to reach up toward the rich element of tho country. If it can get hold of those high .a authority in tho sugar and steel transactions and punish them, the respect for law will he greatly increased In our land. The recent cold spell was one of the worst itn the history or the country. It extended over ilmost the entire United States ind reached as far south as Florida. The thermometer n t Tampa, Florida, was 28 degrees above zero, The damage that was done to the orange groves can not bo ascertained as yet and will not be until soring. These nor iodic cold spells covering the entire country have wrought great damage. A few ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 January 1910

> Times-Register and Sentinel. W PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. msmm qosobbob n For desirable goods In the above lines, at money-saving prices, H FC to E. B. MARSHALL'S Corner Main and Broad Streets RENTS GETTING CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of .1 v i ueuiraoie property in all parte of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. fCoKoagostoitoxostoieoiioatoatoatoiio | OUR SO DA ? ? FOUNTAIN I O NKKYKN TilR GOOI.KNT AND j If MONT K ? I UKMII NODA, O ^ MADE 1'KON TMK I'l'KKSTAND * O MONT WIIOLENOMK MATRKT. ? Tabu - U 2 ======= 5 jf PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O i DRINKS TO PLEASE BY Tit EI It NOVELTY M K O O OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS J| f SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? O y PROVE ITS MERITS. ? OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGG ? O DRINKS ARK THE BEST. WE SERVE j| if THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. O & H f WK ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE O ^ CANDIES DAILY. * 2 PAUL STAMUS CO. 5 ^ NAIJ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 January 1910

Bf OF PELLAGRA BHp It flas Made Its Appearance in Twenty states. mF; Js pellagra to be the new "naBf tional scourge?" Twenty States j V of the Union already have felt1 B Its afflicting blight. For a time B it seemed to be a sectional nialB ady, confined to the South, yet at the very moment scientists in I other States wore giving thanks! I for its remoteness it "jumped the1 I reservation" and appeared, asj I the rural newspaper chronicler B would say, "in their midst." f - "Moldy conn causes pellagra,"! exclaim a coterie of well-in form-* ed physicians and experts in the affectod regions?North, \Vest j and South. Then, bowling over: their contentions, pellagra vie-i tints are found in Atlanta and Wilmington, N. C., who have] never eaten corn, cornbread or corn products. Government Hcl-| . ontLsts and members of the Ar-I | my Medical Corps admit being I puzzled as much as laymen, and ft such places us Peoria, 111., and I Worcester, Mass., are called I upon to cope with outbreaks for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 January 1910

^^Msoniir BLACK MOUNTAIN Ma?y Are tlmGrimomc Secrets That It Holds. v v. Withiu the last 10 years no less than seven persons have been swallowed up in the deep ravines of Black Mountain, never to be fonnd again. The old mountain, with its sotuber, frowning frout, true to the signifi cance of its name, carries scores of strange secrets locked in its bosom. Men have ridden into its shadows in the flush of manhood, the eternal gates of silenco closiug noiselessly behind them. The Black Mountain is located in Wise county, Virginia, near the Kentucky line. The region is inhabited by a mountain people who are a law unto themselves. Few men have ever ventured alone into the mountain and come back to tell the tale. The history of each new disappearance goes down in the legend of the region as another weird tale to be told. No explanation has ever been vouchsafed as to what became of those who disappeared, and the manner or reason of death of those whose bodies have been recovered is as unce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 January 1910

tlio RivlHrft of America Continued Capo Two and uncertainty of shooting crocodilex by moonlight from ai, row boat might tempt even the prowls of an ex-1Tex Id oil t. What artist after one visit does not delight in the glory of Floriila's nights, unmatched this side the tropics, or in the phosphorus II cent tints of its waters? What! ' man or woman, oppressed by bus- ; in ess or domestic worries, cannot! find solace in leisurely sails: along: water that reflect for two and three hundred miles the palms and mosses overhead? With its lagoons and JBiscayne IVay, the Indian River for more than three hundred and fifty tnilcs is not equalled in sheer beauty and picturesquenees by any stream in America. To the (story writer and novelist the social life of the hotels and the legends that cluster 1 aroundtso many landmarks, afIford rich material for tales of| romance. One of the most stirring novels of recent years lias its | scenes in Florida. WONDERFUL AUTOMOIULE! f!il> 4 MT." 1 ...

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