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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1910

| MM SEED V ?IN TIIE BULK AT? B 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 Cobbler. Silver Skin and Yellow Danver Onion Sets. PIIONE NO. 24. PP VOLUME L). ** I I COMMENCEMENT Of" I ROANOKE COLLEGE | An Excellent Program,?Able SiitetH ?ittKO?itfoistfr (Slcmsolibateb Sentinel 'ITlooembei: <6, 1903 $ SALEM VIRGINIA,-THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1910^ "I ? ?" i ? Addr^sscH.? Many Interesting Foutiircx. The extensive building operations at Ho a no k a College, the progressive spirit of the institution. as well as a very attractive program, liave lent unusual interest this year to the commencement exercises. In spite of tiie unfavorable weather, the audiences at all the exorcises were very large and included many alumni and former students and visitors from a distance. Salem's growing pride in the College tends more and more to make the commencement the annual festi...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1910

b Economical manufacturing deiniiiuLs that tho industry shall bo taken to the raw material whenever possible, instead of the rcj versed process which has handicapped American industries in the past. In the good old days the South was content to ship ^ its raw cotton to New England, its logs to northern ports ami [ its coal and Iron ore to the middle west where it could be i worked up into the various products. One-third of the standitiir tini ber of tho United States, onclialf of the soft coal fields oT this country, the greatest remaining deposits of iron ore and the great fields which produce three-fourths of tho cotton of the world are in the South. Through this country, so rich in raw materials, flow a number of small rivers with extensive falls, making them ideal for hydroelectric development, and it is not strange that this cheap power had, been the magnet to draw the northern industries southward near tho raw material. In the past, cheap power ami transportation facilities we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1910

r~ W. C. T. I). COLUMN Di-ru oKK n4i.i:m .v. c. t. r. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vlce-l'residents.?Mrs. C. W,Prlee. Mrs. M. E. Berry, Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mrs. K. K Moore, Mrs. It. T. Seinonos. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moycr. Corresponding Seiretnry.?Mrs. J. E. Slmuk. Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. Nn i?<>riutcii<leiitM of l>e|mrt men In.' ^ Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. ^ Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. * Ohenchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work aniong Soldiers and Sailors-Mrs. G. F. I Movor. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Kan lie Folks. FlorenceCritteuton Home?Mrs. E. R. Moore. . Social Mectlinrs and Red letter Day.?Miss | Maggie Whltesell. I Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. [Tiik Times-Ueoistkk and Sentinel. nt their re<iuest.has placed a column nt the disposal ol the earnest and fai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1910

H^PSlem limesi-flf g T 1'U UL1SHKI) KVKUY THURS1 K Salem Printings Pub F. II. WALTRX8, KniTOU . Subscripti ()q8 \ oar, . * . ? ^B Nine Mouths, ..... Hp Six Months, ^K. Three Mouths, .... IF PHONI w In order to use the "full dinner pail" slogan next November, the B Republicans will find it necessary to B roduce the size of the pail consider ably.?Washington Herald. Hon. Leslie M. Shaw says the I % people of the South are especially impressionable in political matters because of their ignorance. We notice, however, that he has not succeeded in execiting anybody in the South, except Congressman llobson, with his Japanese war scare. If the action of Governor Gillett, of California, in refusing to let the Jeffries-Johnston light take place in that state results in prolonging the newspaper discussion of this matter, he is deserving of the censure of all the people who are disgusted with it. A North Carolina woman is being sued for a divorce because she refused to accompany her husband to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1910

r Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVKKY THURSDAY. RENTS GETTUH1 CHEAPER P If you do not believe ,this, consult our list of I desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. U. K. MUUliE Sergeant's Ofllce, College Ave. 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 & Tjree fltoKOKo^oatoteoBtoaioiioitotcoitQito | OUR SO DA | ? FOUNTAIN I O SERVES THE COOLEST AND ? If MOST UEFRENKIINC4 NOD A, O 2 MADE FROM THE FFRENT AND * O MONT WHOLESOME MATCRT- - * AIM. O O M ar ???? o ? PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * * DRINKSTO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY ? ? OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR IT8 O ? SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? ? O PROVE ITS MERITS. j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1910

9TH DISTRICTS DcmocriUs Jubilant Over Outook in the Latter. With renomination of KepreH sontative Edward W. Saunders B at the Fifth District convention to he held at Kocky Mount, Franklin county, today, the list BV of those Democratic candidates Hi in Virginia to be nominated without opposition will be closH ed. There remain the fights in B 4.1 Ci I J mi v I tut? oeconu una linra j^isincis, which are to bo settled iu the August primaries. The Fifth District convention is something new in Virginia politics in recent years, barring the Ninth, whore the primary plan has always been almost totally disregarded. All nominations, oxcept in certain minor instances, are required by the party law to be made in a primary election, but the Demo -crats of the Ninth contend, as they always have done, that this system of naming men is disastrous in districts which are close politically. The same is now claimed for the Filth, which has been uncomfortably close in recent years. Those who oppose toe ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1910

WASHINGTON LETTER Interesting Account oi Mutters Engaging the Attention or tlie Nation's Capital. tHPrem our rcxular correspondent.) Washington, U. C. June 11,? Hon. E. C. {Stanley, a meu;T>er of * Congress from Kentucky, lias presented a uuhiue bill in Congress. It is to provide for a government cold storage plant In Washington. He insitfts ' that such a plant will more than pay for Itself in saving the government thousands of dollars yearl-ir 111*. W lip V till* ilitff iiKruinhrwl government chemist and advocate of the pure food laws, expresses his approval of the Stanley bid. lie says a government ice house will result in better provisions for tho army and navy and cut off the enormous profits of the inea.t trusts. A cold storage plant built by the government according to the statement of this bill, will cost a million and a half and it is provided that the Secretary of tho Treasury shall ibuy a site and proceed at once to (build a model storage house for meats, butter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1910

NEW ERA IN COLLEGE ATHLETICS Koanoko College Association HB niw.h OlMcers For Next Year. "For several weeks a committee appointed by the College Athletic Association has been working 011 a new constitution which has been approv^HB ed by the Faculty and was adopted by the Association at a general meetIV/ ing recently. Much credit is due ^^B Mr. Morton, of the Senior class, for ills oHtmont Kurvino in nnmnilinn fliiu |H constitution, which centralizes the |H control of all forms of athletics m an athletic board to be composed of oue member of the Faculty, theofficers of the Association, and a student to represent the Association at large. The business management, and the K conduct of the linaucial atfairs are very carefully regulated, full and free reports being made at stated V times on both these important points. The Faculty appointed as their representative on the Athletic board W i Dr. J. D. Rodeffer, and the Associam tion elected as president, G. M. | Smith; vice-president, C. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1910

rBEST ON EARTH Royal Patent Fruit Jars WB HAVE AI.SO MASON'S FRUIT JARS AND JELLY GLASSES Johnston, Day & Terry Co. PHONE 24 ? VOLUME 45. Sakui ?lines iteaioTer -HBD(Sonsolibaleb Sentinel 'URovembev 16, 1903 <* | -SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910. __ - V - - " (ABSENT SONS OF ROANOKE COUNTY News From Tliose Wlio Are Scattered Through Many Mr. James L. White now resides in Orange, New Jersey, whero he holds a responsible position with the l'ike Adding Machine Company. Among the one hundred and thirty-two graduates of the haw School of the National Universi Ity, Washington, D. C\, at tho recent commencement. was Thomas Hamlin Strohecker, son of our former townsman. Dr. T. H. Strohecker We see from the Radford Advance that In the recent municipal election in .that town, Mr. J. E. Walters, son of Mrs. .1 nines Waters, of Salem, tvas elected a member of the city council toy a nice majority, although his name did not appear on the printed ballot. A recent Is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1910

I | /I I I I 11 I I fl I I FOR EXPATRIATES llonie-Coining Week Boosted |P as Fine Way of Bringing I Virginians Back. I Uneasy lies the headiof the fntI tedealf iii| the green pastures of [ the Old Dominion, for the rumor I that there is going to il>e a | "Home-Coining Week" in August ' is getting strong, and the sons who will come back at the call of lu?ni;? are aiany. Several people discussed the matter till Uieli- . niond yesterday, ami agreed that would be a mighty fine thing if the "expatriate Virginians," could all come homo that second week in the month after next. In almost any state you could ranie there are Richmond folks who have been called from their native city by the circumstances of fortune. "That Hcmo-Coming Week Is a fine idea," said a welUknown business man yesterday, "and I hope it will be carried out. If it is, the city ought to be given over for the festivities, and the streets ought to be decorated with 'welcome' flags. Such an occasion would mean th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1910

FW. C. T. U. COLUMN OI'I'K'EIIN KALCM W. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlninh Hobbs Day. Vice-President*.?Mrs. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. E. Horry, Mrs. J. K. Shank. Mrs. K. K Moorej Mrs. B. T. Semones. Kecordlntr Secretary.?Mrs. O. P. Moyer. Iv/vi ip?im'iiuiiix owrewiry.-.nre. j. i'., mihtik. Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Sevens. NtiperlHlemlentH of Department*. Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Evangelism atul Almshouse.? Mrs. C. E. Obcnchain. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work ainouK Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (5. F. MoverSunday School.?Mrs. J.T. Perm. Medical Temperance? Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Home?Mrs. E. H. Moore. Social Meetinurs and Red Letter Day.?Miss Matrgie Vhltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. H. Da v. [Tub Timks-Reoistku and Skntinki,. at their request.has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of buv " . v?. i. i iiiiiii, wni) will imve iuc ennri' cUiitko o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1910

PUBLISHED KVKKY THUK8 Wfi Salem Printings Pue f. u. W'ai.tbhs, Editor I Subscripti Oue Year, B Niue Mouths, ..... V Six Months, r Three Mouths, .... L PHON] f W anted?More County News* ' Once before we have called *tttention recently to the fact that we are anxious to print each week all the news of the county?to make the Tiines-Kegister and Sentinel representative of everv interest of the county. We want a correspondent?a reliable one, who will gi^e us a good newsy letter every week or two, in every community in this and adjourning counties. To eucIi parties we will give a free subscription to this paper, and free stationery, beside., giving a liberal commission to any who will act as our agent, solicit subscriptions, etc. A New Department. We begin this week a new department?one which we have contemplated starting for some time, and one which, we believe, will in the course of time prove very popular with many of our readers. This is a department especially for our county friends ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1910

^Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVEKY THUHSOAY. RENTS GETTING CHEAPER ?i?? t 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. -IT E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Oflice, 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 entirely to your wants and are daily making our store more nuu mure bu. Headquarters for all kinds of Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Every order receives prompt and careful attention. THY US. Bowman & Tyree ?to?eoieo*otto?tofito?tovioaeoatoatoaio | OUR SO OA | gFOUNTAIN s o nervkn the coolest and ? IT MOST REFRESHING SODA, O ? IHAOE FROM THE PIIBESTAND * O HOST WHOLESOME MATF.RL ? tf ALS. O S ===== 2 O PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVKLTT ? ? OUR ICE CREAM 18 NOTED FOR ITS O jg 8MOOTII RICHNESS AND PURITY? J O PROVE ITS MERITS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1910

Ow W JUNE WORK IN W/ POULTRY YARD. Owiiig to tlie Into, eo'.<i spriup: ? many more chickens will be / lin 4iilt/wK I mm 4 tin n lielin I M IKl n U' m III kuuu uouu>, and: the hatching; will, in many I oases, extend into .Inly . To rare B9f properly, for these Late-liatched chickens inquires much I watchfulness to prevent disease V Irom getting a <(start, emong J them. The use of the incubator and brooder insures freedom from i 'ice. but many still rely upon the hen, ^consequently must fight Lice and a number of other evils. A brooded is prefer0 able to hens in every way. If 0 hens are depended upon, there V will be chicks trampled J to W death, chilled to deathl and jjoss sibly some lost or devoured by < cats. With a brooder and an enclosed run there aire (none of these with which to contend, and the percentage of chicks brought; successfully to maturity will bo correspondingly high. If hens must b? used, the nests ami all surroundings sho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1910

r THE WORLD I GROWS BETTER Country's Black Spot is Utera* ture, D?clAreH*Ku{.rKe(l Uncle Joe." The world is growing better ^ according to no less an authori^ ty than Speaker Joseph Q. Cannon, of the house of representatives. The only black spot he sees in the development of the r~ nation is in our literature. The "muckraker" is spoiling the picture for "Uncle Joe," and he regrets that his product is being preserved in the congressional library at Washington. tie reviews the events of the last century in Leslie's Weekly, out this week, and declares there has been great improvement "morally and materially." "I think we have suffered more from professional reformers than from any other class," writes Cannon, "because of the tendency to impress the public dy exaggerating conditions that are not ideal. I sometimes think that the most discouraging place in this country is in the library of congress. It is the ?_ i r i __ i a i most oeauuruipiace in me country, and should be the most eleva...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1910

AEROPLANES OiSW PLACE SPECIALS Orvtlle Wright Thinks Tliey Will Soon he llvudy lor Passenger Trallie. I "in regard to <tlie practical uses of the aeroplane in the futare, it will not be many years, i believe, until it wi I be practioab.e for delivering mails in isHD nlated places, il also believe it \vi ' displace speoLal trains in BHy time. 'rhe aeroplane will have its Hfl advantages over the special train in as rnueh as it will always have He a clear track. The aeroplane alb> so wi.i l>p ready for the passen^8 ITIM* "tlMiffi*' u'honovnr +ln>i'o iw ? demand.for It. Bui I do not think W it will over displace the steam roads land stoam boats as a moans of carrying frieght and I hoavy traffic." I Thus declares OrvlUe Wright, | plonoor aviator, in commenting on the future or aeroplanes. Clifford B. llarmon. another aviator of note, is highly elated by ] the promising future of flying , machines. He says: "!t is diffic't to realize just what! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1910

W. BEST ON EARTH I Royal Patent I Fruit Jars I WE HAVE ALSO I MASONS FRUIT JARS AND JELLY GLASSES Johnston, Day k Terry Co. PHONE 24 VOLUME 45. RFCALLED BY MEMORIAL DAY. t'j^5 iP^PPBrj Snlctn ?itncs * Heniftfer =HB2>? CStonsottbaieb ^cntina 1?lov>embev 16, 1903 *> SALEM, VIRG1N1A, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910. Last Monday was (memorial ?the day set apart lor paying renewed tribute to tlio soldiers of the Republic. And from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from the lakes to the gulf, in the islands of the sea audi under foreign skies Americans gathered to place above the graves of the soldier dead the sweetest blossoms of spring. Time was when Memorial Day was a sectional holiday, but that time lias hap-* pily past. Blue clad soldiers bleeping in southern graves were paid the tribute of flowers seattered by the hands of men who wore the gray, and gray clad soldiers sleeping in southern graven received the same flowery tributes from the hands of men who wore th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1910

HIGH? ftopublicaiiH aucl Dt'inoorats Fall to Agree in Their Opiuion on This Subject. Republicans and Democrats do not agree as to the cause of the HB* great increase in the cost of livtng between l'.KHl and ll>10. T>e majority report of the spec la' Senate committee which has (investigated these questions Hg lias been submitted to Senate. A meeting was lieUl prior to tiie 4-1 -x f 4 1t<\ t?nn/%ti4- o Oil H iiriWIIWlllUil' V if 1 vpvi v, **m? H til? minortiy members of th? committee protested against the H character of the findings. W After a long argument the minority was authorized to> oinI ploy an export to go over the I report or the majority and prcV pare the minority views for subI mission to the Senate. The report made by Senator [ Lodge was an exhaustive one, complied from testimony given by forty-one witnesses, reports received from consuls and from foreign governments. It contains n large number of tables giving the range of price...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1910

I W. C. T. U. COLUMN H OFI'H'EKM N.tM.H W. V. T. IT. President.?Mrs. M'inah Hobbs Day. D Vic?-President?.? .re. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. B Bh Herr^", Mrs. J. K. Slmnk. Mrs. K. It Moore Mr s. Hi Ti Himnnm Recording Secretary.?Mrs. U. P. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Sliank Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. H Superintendents of Oepartnieut*. M Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. B RvangeUsm and Altusbouse.?Mrs. C. E. Hj Obeuchaln. B Plower Mission.?Mrs. U. T. Semoues. -> Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. P. Mover. B Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. B Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Rhnni Sclentltto Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Home-Mrs. K. K. Moore. Social Meetings and lied Letter Day.?Miss Matrifle Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. [Tim Timks-Rkoistkr and Skntinki,. at their request, has placed a column at the diaposa! of the earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. Union, who will ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1910

^hrfrn ^muteo-^tcrv PUBLISHED BVEHT THUU8I If Salem Printings Pub Wv.' N bwr K. 1). Wai.tkks, Editok a Wm Subscripti< One Year, Nine Months Six Months, ...... Three Months, .... R PHONE W A Season of Fatalities. I It is distressing as one reads the I papers of late to see the number of I cases of drowning that are recorded. I The victims range all the way from f the careful and experienced swimmer to the 4"fool who rocks the boat." We think it is the duty of every boy to learn to swim, just as it is to learu to protcet themselves in other emergencies, but it behooves them to be very careful in fresh water in streams where springs abound-since even the strongest and most expert swimmer is subject to the cramps which attack the swimmer in such streams, making them powerless to help themselves. The Passing Of Daniel. When death came last night in Lynchburg to John Warwick Daniel, the foremost figure in the political life of Virginia passed away. For nearly six months the who...

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