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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1910

nREGISTER AND SENTINEL. 5HKD EVKKY THURSDAY. ?ENTS TTIKt^CHEAPKR you do not believe s, consult our list of liruble property in parts of the town. 5 are certain to have nething to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, CollegeAve. SALEM, VA. Let Us Be Your Grocers! We are bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become a regular customer at our store. We cater eutirely to your wants and are daily making our store more and more so. Headquarters for all kinds of Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Every order receives prompt and careful attention. TRY US, Bowman & Tyree *oKo*cieoatoatosto)to?io?eoito?toato 1 OUR SODA J SFOUNTAIN I O SERVES THE COOLEST AND ? K MOST REFRESHING SODA, O 2 MADE FROM THE 1?ITRESTAND * O MOST WHOLESOME MATERI. ? If ALS. O o - ar o 2 PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY O DRINKS TO PLEA8E BY THEIR NOVELTY jg * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITS MERITS. j| O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO 2 a? DRINKS ARE T...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1910

THE FAMILY. r "ilonor Thy Father and Thy i Mother."?Fxodus. xx, 1LI. L The family is th4 foundation of P state and society, and the homo I is the seed-plot of morality. An * organic tie holds together parents and children, husband and wife, brothers and sisters. Fur p the rmore, the relations that obtain between the. members of the 1 family are moral, and inutua ob' ligations call forth what is best on I nobl >st in each of them. 1'ar' eats have duties to their children. Great is their responsibility,*Jor God has placed into their keeping immortal souls. Thrice happy the homo where children can look up to father and mother as embodiments of all that is good and noble and pure and sweet. The home is the miniature of the nation, for the homo is the social unit, and as the homes are, so the nation must become. In the homo every human being receives his best moral training, or his worst. The home becomes a "temple when we recognize xuux wiuvc xne pureux is today the child wil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1910

^ " " ' ,w" 1 w habit among animals llow the Horse Learns Tricks? Sparrows iiuessliig of Nuiu l?ers. Tli-' horse, as the most stupid I of all the dumb creatures man I lias made his friend, has been | painstakingly studied by E. T. Brewster, says the Chicago R ChronicLe. lie Is so stupid that B he can bo taught anything ? that is, any habit?and, having I no mind of his own, can be rolled 5 on to do exactly as lie is told. All the authentic tricks, whatever the details, are worked in this way: Tlito liorsc is taught by endless repetitions some v mechanical habit. A given signal and he begins to paw the floor. Another signal and lie 6tops. Press the proper button and lie takes a sponge and rubs it over a certain spot oil a blackboard or picks up ti, card lying in a certain position. The meaning of the act exists for the spectator only. The pawing*! count the answer to a problem of addition; the card bears the reply to a question; but the horse does not know it. He merely follows a blin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1910

^^GETTING LOWER L Price ?!' I'omlstnil's Bound to Come Down, Say Observers. I V w York, April It).?There is ever.\ indication that the contsuificr of fowl in tlio bi^ cities aft enriching the wholesaler, fit ic tatter a ad the farmer ? \vn : Is now riding about thr country in his auto, with 11 is furm and his home cleared of k debt, with a. fat bank account and with his suns and daughters aw ay at college?is about to come into liis own in the matter k of lower priced for edibles. The inucji sought relief is a montli or two away, it is true, but, according to the best anthuities, it lias got to come There aiv several reasons for it One of them?and tile chief one according to men who have studi led tiie subject closely?is that the farm and the .ranch arc about glutted with their products. The ranchman has fattened his cattle to the limit, and lie has now to get his stock off his |i't lids 'Ph., iinit-f ?? ">+ produce Into the city market, or it will rot in the "barns. Anotl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1910

rmm m e ?IN THE BULK AT? Johnston, Day & Terry Go's. They have a FRESH SUPPLY? all kinds, and can save you money. Also Northern-grown Seed Potatoes, ?Early Rose, Early Ohio, Irish f!ohh1pr. (?Um&otibaieb Sentinel 'ISlovembev 10, 1903 # SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 19lo! K Silver Skiu and Yellow Danver OnMj ion Seta. PHONE NO. 24. I 'VOLUME 44. | SOUTH S COTTON | CROP IS RUINED B Cold Spell Huh Destroyed iUllB lions ol" Acres ol'tlie Young B Plant. B Atlanta, Ga., April 25.? With H millions of acres of young cotton B destroyed by the cokl weather which today overspread the en tire cotton bolt, with tlic un usual April accompaniment in B many sections of enow and sleet, B the South has suffered its most B disastrous financial setback per haps sinco the civil war. Besides H cotton, young vegetation of evil cry description suffered from the freezing temperatures, and fruit was mora or less damaged in every Southern State except Florida. Reports received t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1910

Ily Miss Pauline Cauiper. (Read at a meeting of Roanoke Br County Teachers' Association.) m t ibr o? number of yean* it has been the fashion to criticise the JP methods ajid results of instrucW tion in our present system of L public schools. Do the children W of today reac| and spell as well I as the children of sixty years I ago? Is arithmetic taught as L effectually now as when our I ffltlliM's' II 11(1 irl'll tlllf n + lln,TVi Mrnnr> fboys? Are wo neglecting the "Three Ks"? These questions are being asked over and over. Those who ask them arc quito often persons who were educated in the "schools of our fathers," or perhaps, in the schools k of the next generation. They themselves answer the questions, and always givo a negative answer to tho first two, and a vfcry affirmative answer to tho third. Usually, we have no way in tiivwit 4ln< Thnu tun arc farced t<J believe that somewhere fax the not far distant past, there was a goldeu age when every on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1910

I W. C. I. U. COLUMN K OI'I'ICKiLS N4LIS.K W. C. T. V. HK president.?Mrs. Mlinah Hobbs Day. IP Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. 0. W.Price. Mrs. M. E. B Berry. Mn. J. K. Shank, Mrs. K. K Moore. V Mrs. B. T. Semones. Kecordlnir Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. ft Corresprndlng Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. ft Treasurer.?Mrs. George 8. Stevens. ft Nuperlut*n?tentM of Departments. ft Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. M Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. l i l)tnnn)ialit r Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Somones. I ?- Medal Contests.-Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. I Work among: Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. CJ. F. J Moyer. E Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. v Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Sclentltlo Toinperanoo Instructions ? Miss I Fannie Folks. Florence Critt.enton Home?Mrs. E K. Moore. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesoll. Press.?Mrs. M. II. I)av. [Tiir Timks-Kfoistkr and Sbntinbl, at their request,has placed a column at the disposal of tho earnest and fulthful women of Che W. C. T. Uni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1910

F PUBLISHED KVKKY THDKS I Salem Printings Pue I M. G. McCLUNG, E W. W. McCLUNG. Subscript One Year, Nine Months, Six Month?, . . . , Three Months, .... PHON] The high cost of living has ro. eived a setback in the past few .lays by the rapid falling in the rice of potatoes. The decline of a few* more products of this kind will reduce the price of liv ng greaxiy. What has become of the good roads movement that seemed to spread all over the State some months ago? This cause is too great to be neglected. The agricultural development of the State depends upon its roads. Dr. lWvrringer has denied the report that ho expects to retire. Since his vindication by the k>ard he should be supported In ais efforts td do all ho can for the upbuilding or the institution of which he is president. The Hoard and the Alumni of the institution should give him their support. SENATOR DANIEL BACK. Senator Daniel, who has been so ill in Florida for tile past 1 ' < w weeks, lias boon rem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1910

r?p . Times-Register and Sentinel. \ PUBLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY. 1 RENTS fiETTIKfi 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 vou. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. Let Us Be Your Grocers! We are bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become a regular customer at our store. We cater eutirely to your wants and are daily making our store more and more so. Headquarters for all kinds of Groceries Pmitc ar?r1 \7?nrofoK1i?ci A v?*vw Miiu v Every order receives prompts and careful attention. TRY US. Bowman & Tyree itoaeosioatoitoaioatoatotioatoatoatQato | OUR SO DA I ? FOUNTAIN I O SERVES TIIE COOLEST AND ? X MOST REFRESH I NO SODA. O 2 MADE FROM THE PUREST AND * O MOST WHOLESOME MATERI. ? X AIM. O S =3 2 PLENTT OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEA8E BY THEIR NOVELTY ? * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS g ? SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? ? O P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1910

r A CAPITAL ~ f or BEAUTY ' What the City ol" WaHliliiKton Is l>olng Today. V By l-.ittclV McClung. (In May Progress Magazine.) Of all tiie great capitals?St. Petersburg, London, Roane, Berlin and Paris?none has seen such development in the Inst ten years in comparison to its size as Washington, the capital of the United States. At first sight it may seem an exaggeration to call Washington a "great capital." In papain tlon it is a pigmy compared to such a giant metropolis as London or New York. It would take six Washingtons to make a Chicago. It has no subways whirling thousands of people to and from their work. It has no elevated line like Boston, Chicago, Berlin and New York. It lias no skyscrapers to awe the visitor; no great manufacturing establishments to blacken the heavens with endless smoke; no \ast volume of the world's commerce. Its streets ard not jammed with traffic, and five miles nS t ir /vno 111 o v oon t hn v/u voi' tc Vim7 VIVJ VfUV 111** J ow VJU*/ farme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1910

A CAPITAL OF BEAUTY. Continued from Cage Six. B jwu-t of Washington than any other single undertaking. B Tlio Pennsylvania Railroad had B its "Union Station" near the Mall. The first problem in inakB ing the Mall into tho most beauB tiful boulevard in the world B necessitated the removal of this depot whieli was altogether inadequate to accommodate pasB scngers coming into it from B North, South and West. The tracks from tho north and west traversed and cut across a nuinB||k, ber of street? and woro in con-fiiiiirtiiM I'nn+iiiHt tr? flip unnTi. atrueted asphalt boulevards near H the Capitol. The tracks entern lug from the south were just as B much an eyesore. The Dalti9 more & Ohio's depot further north was a diugy terminal, in deed, and its tracks also ran through and across streets for B a considerable distance, making I entrance into and egress from B the city slow and uncertain. I In the construction of tho new Union Station the Pennsylvania I and Baltimore &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1910

8 WASHINGTON LETTER Interesting Account ot Mutters I Engaging the Attention of the Nation's Capital. (from our reirular oorresuouilont.) Wellington, D. C., April 23, 11)10. Th v past week has furnished nothing startling from a legislative or an executive point of, view at the capital of the United States. But titer? is not the ftuguvcst auauMiieni 01 interest in tlus political nit nation which is seriously discussed wherever men of information anil prominence in political affairs come together. The election of Havens, Democrat, in New York, to succeed Perkins, Republican, deceased, anil this ejection reversing a 10,000 Republican majority by a 5,000 Democratic majority, practically changing 15,OOO votes, is regarded as extremely significant of general dissatisfaction with the national political situation and program. As far as can be discerned, the dissatisfaction is mainly with tiie tariff bill of the special session and the President's persistent approval of it. It seems to be in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1910

I Jotaston! Day's Terrj'co's. -HH?- ^ They have a FRESH SUPPLY? Z^^/ ^T 4^ W^ 50 per cent over buying them m all kinds, and cau save you money. ? A ^ ^ ^ t a II elsewhere. ^ L A1!rsz,^ <8on*olibafeb rifTl |1 IP II movenxbev ift, 1003* ^lr" """" tbe 1 I SiWer|'ki; ,,? VoU?w , We, On- ^ ^Ml, lij ? Tiff? CO. ion Sets. PHONE NO. 24. * J * Agents for W. L. Douglas and Diltrlte Shoes P VOLUME 44. SALEM, VIRGINIATTHURSDAY, MAY 5, 1910. NUMBER 4T \ I TRUST DECISIONS [ BY SUPREME COURT Standard Oil is Ousted From Tennessee and Lumber Company Ordered to Olsband Washington, May ? The hands of the States in their Tight against "trusts" wan upheld today by the Supreme Court of xne juiiixeu states with tolling effect. Till? association of retail lumber dealers in Mississippi ami Louisiana was disbanded by affirmance of the decide of the Supreme Court of Mississippi; the Standard Oil Compaq, of Kentucky, was ousted from Tennessee by the approval of the decree of the Supreme Court of Ten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1910

GUSH LANGUAGE. r On? Hundred Thousand New I I>ellnItious added to l>ieI tiouary. til? addition to the Century I Dictionary of two new volumes I of definitions, made necessury to I bring the work, up to date, irives evidence of the wonderful expani\ fcsioii of the English language within n quarter of a century. The ekiii 11 won made for the original Century that it increased the number of words and phrases defined by upward of 120,000. This is as many words as there are altogether in the standard dictionary of the Spanish language. The new* volumes are expected to add 100,000 more definitions, but including phrases, proper names, colloquialisms, &c., which once were denied regular admission to a dictionary. Hut the point of interest is the growth from the 70,000 words of the first Webster in 1828. The Unabridged of 1864 contained 114,000, the International of 181X1 about 175,000, and the present edition of 1010 lias more than 100,000. The new Standar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1910

I W. C. T. y. COLUMN orriCBM 9AI.RM W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. O. W. Price. Mrs. M, K. H - Ilorry. Mrs. .1. P.. Shank, Mrs. B. K Moore, HB Recording Secretary,?Mrs. O. P. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. 9H NiiperlNtetMlent* of Dsimrliurnts. H Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Bvangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenchnln. Plower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. -jjjli* - Medal Contests.-Mrs. Lucy Gravely Sto\-eii8. I Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Mover. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penu. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Sclentltlc Temperanco Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. FlorenceCritt.enton Homo?Mrs. E R. Moore. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.'?Miss Maggie Whltesoll. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. Da v. [Tiik Timrs-Rkoistkii and Bkntined, 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 ufrargc of It, u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1910

PUBLISHED KVKKY THUKSI M. G. McCLUNG, Ei W. W. McCLUNG. U Subscripts One Year, Nine Mouths, . . . , 8ix Mouths, ; . , . Three Months, .... PHON E The Dem<5cratic donkey is beginning to look like a race-horse f once more. He 1ms had a long rest; why should he not make a good run? The Aidricli-Tiift tariff bill has ? -1 I A .. .1 Vlnn i ill, lfUUML UI11' President Sherman protests that the duties it lays on imports are "entirely too low." Halley's comet will bo nearer - tlie eartli about the 18tli of May than any other time. If you desire to see it, keep on the lookout about this time. Speaker Byrd and Governor Mann liave entered into another agreement which has relieved the situation in regard to Mr. Byixl as counsel for the State Mr. Byrd is not to receive an appointment at a fixed salary, but is to be employed and paid fees for his services, which are ncn. to exceeu over lour inousanu dollars in two years. Publicity has prevented the Governor from making a blunder. i Sen...

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

r Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. RENTS CETTJN^JjHEAPER 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. I E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Ave. | SALEM, VA. [ Let Us Be Your I Grocers! We are bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become a regular customer at our store. We cater eutirely to your wants and are daily making our store more and more so. Headquarters for all kinds of Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Every order receives prompt and careful attention. TRY US. Bowman & Tyree ftoaeoitoftoitoatoitoxovioaioatoaeoaeo ( | OUR SODA! I FOUNTAIN 1 O SERVES TIIK COOliRNT AND ? If MONT REFRESHING NODA, O g MADE FROM TBI 1* (J RENT AND * * MOST WHOLENOME MATER V- j| M A EN. O g J g PLENTY OF CRUSHED FHUIT8 FANCY * O DRINKSTO P7.KASE BY THEIR NOVELTY ? * OUR ICE C.1EAM 18 NOTED FOR ITS ? SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PORITY? q O PROVE ITS Ml RITS. j...

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

H^OTNlficWf CHOOSE HUSBANI ProfcsHor Lectures to Girl Stu donts 011 Importance of |H Knowledge of Eugenics. l London, April 30. ? llow 1 H choose u husband selentlfienli H was the subject of a lecture di llvered to girl students of tl j^B Bedford College by Professor V H M. Inge. A knowledge of eugei Hi ics. he said, would prevent gir IF falling in love with the wroii J men. But a frequent objectiu I tuade to the science of eugenic was that it constituted undii Interference with an individual free choice in falling in love an t marrying. "To a certain extent," said til professor, "1 sympathize wit that objection, but I do think certificate of sound hen It should be one of the things it suited upon, before marriage. Til insurance policy is rarely mor important than the marring settlement. Some knowledge c eugenics," he added, "would i many cases prevent falling i love with the wrong people. "Unconsciously, as it is, w are much guided by eugenic coi slderations. Generally a man attrac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1910

W DOES NOT BELIEVE WOMEN ARE ANGELS He English Writer lias Very I>e E elded Views 011 This Subject. BA Are women, or are they not, the angetis of creation? The question had best bo answered ST anonymously, if at all, and each H| individual man's answer will proH bably vary from the affirmative RB -. directly in proportion to the BB number of years he lias been H married. BH One man, at least, in England H has decided opinions upon the B? subject. He comes out publicly 8H in a recent issue of an English uuliui <um ii lliw; ajiu aire, we xo walk humbly in the sight of a superior being who tolerates us ' as an unfortunate necessity while she despises lis as an exposed iimpoeter? "I admit that a woman is more than justified in boasting of the few virtues peculiar |to lier sex, but when she seeks to make a goilden virtue out of a feminine weakness, then I kick with all the strength! and indignation of outraged manhood. When we have women introduced as keepers of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1910

^rTHEY GOT THEIR TIPS FROM TEDDY LoURWortii iintl Lodge Said to HI lluru ll.ul VV/v.i 1 I?-.? fam?? V V ????? r I VIII r<A% President. Washington, May 3. ? Announeement of live favorable atlitu L1 ur Theodore Roosevelt toward the Tuft administration, and the first definite news that he would hold hiiuso'.f in ranks of private citizenship, after his return to the United States, gave political Washington a genuine thrill yesterday, and, inoi l nitnlly, sent a procession of H shivers down the spines of sevV oral Congressional itisur gents. The Republican B Congressional c a in p a i g n B committee seized at once upon I 111? important tidings in the Post, and prepared to sow throughout the land the news that the for nice President had stamped "O. K." on the Taft administration. There came out during the da.v corroboration of the report that Mr. Roosevelt lias been keeping se veral of Ills friends and former associates plentifully supplied with letters. Senator Henry Cabot Lo...

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