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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHKD BVEKY THUUSDAY. I RENTS ftETTINti CHEAPER L If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certaiu to have something to suit you. A f E. R. MOORE Sergeaut's O^ce, College Aye. 8A1.SM. VA. tjp.t it? ka yaiip *_/ KJ mmxj J. Ull 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 entirely 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. Rovvtruin kr Tvroa ?' w ? MB JB_ J . | toKo^ottoxoicoKoatotionoatoatoato | OUR SO DA | ?FOUNTAIN I % ft o SKHVKS THE COOLEST AND jjj If MONT REFKKftlllNO SODA, O 2 maid: vkom the piirestand * O MOST WIIOVJKNOMK MATKRI. j| If A13. o o x If ???????^??? o 2, PLENTY OF CBOS1IKD FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKSTOPLEASE BYTIIKIKNOVELTY ? ? OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? jf...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1910

'_ ^ W For Out H A QUKKY. WK \\"i i some <>r the count r.v reail^ j orx kin 1 .v in for n i me whether or not *henf outs arc consMereri a fl^B y: >c I winter feed for milch cows'.1 Lk>?sn't this fowl Iwvp a tendency ^Hp to reduce tho milk? H KEEP THFBOYS*ON"THE FARM.j Uy fast now to. manage to keep MB the boys on tho farm Is a |B serious Question with all parents ^B who are anxious* Mhat tlielr ^B their sons should remain on am! cultivate the farm. Almost in nine eases out of ten the boyB comes from a well-fi lled pocket than remain on the farm. B Those who have not gone are B\ an\ious*to got a way. To! one who 0 takes note of the flood of young 1 men from the country to the P <*lty it Is alarming and the uuesP tlon naturally arises: Who will } cultivate the farms when tho fathers and old men are gone? It is a problem, and an intricate one. The greatest thing to our mind thati causes hatred for farm life among the j*oung men com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1910

I ROOSEVELT GREAT I iS GAME HUNTER I ^'oiiipanion oi* Party in Africa I Also Has High Praise lor I Hermit. # R Expressions of the highest iul? miration Tor the prowess of LX>1. Theodore Roosevelt ami his sou Kennit Roosevelt as big game hunters were voiced b,)7 %. J. Tar ton, or Nairobi, a professional big game hunter who accompanied the Roosevelt party oil its expedition through East Africa; Mir. Tarlton said! "1 was witli Colonel ltoosevelt when: ho bagged his first lion, lie showed a coolness and steadiness which would/ have been remarkable in a professional hunter used to lions. We ran across a male lion wlieu we were mounted and the Colonel alone fired. The lion was barely scratched ami kept up its (run away from us. lie fired again and missed. The third time he fired the lion was hit again ami fled. We {dismounted and approached within 20() hundred yards of it. The colonels next shot angered the lion ami he came for us'. Now a lion can cover its hundred yards In abo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1910

B^SR STOPS If SPEAKING TOURS Has Otlior Work to l>o and Will Decline Most of IS is I nvitntious / Richmond, Va., June 29?Governor / Mann has definitely decided that he can no longer accept the many invitations for public speaking which have poured in upon him ever since his Iw inauguration, ami most ol winch lie I has met. From the moment his I cheerfulw?Hingnes8 toaddir*0 assemI blages of all sorts became known he [ has been the victim of scores of invitation committees. Churches, Sunday Schools, farmers' meetings, educational rallies, college finals, public and private school commencements, have claimed his attention. With unvarying good humor he has accepted. As a result his life has been an almost continuosround of traiu traveling, speechifying and preparation | for these events. He was given a cor dial reception everywhere and says that his experiences have been most pleasant, but he caunot continue the work. He has other things to do. The Executive intends to devote...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 July 1910

rBEST ON EARTH Royal Patent Fruit Jars WE HAVE ALSO MASON'S FRUIT JARS AND JELLY CLASSES Johnston, Day & Terry Co. , 'PHONE 24 * VOLUME 45. LIST OF BOOKS FORJjlGHSCHOOL State Board ol Education Completes its Labors?Sinjjlo List Won as a Kuio. Saletn IHinteg * Ueaiofet | -aiHS)" ^ CSLonsolibateb Sentinel 'TSIowembe* 10, 1903 SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1910. 1 " " 1 ' ~ The State Board of Education t has completed Its labors an<l announced the book lists for high schools for the next four years. The single list won as a rule, but the boa id made several changes and provi led for using two books of the same subject In the fouryear course. Tlve list is as follows: Grammar?Smith's first and second year; Buehler's, for third and fourth year. Composition ami Rhetoric.? Huntington's Elements of Composition first and second ^rears; cities. Brooks and Ilubbard. third and fourth years; counties. Lockwood and Emerson, third and fourth years English, and American L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 July 1910

^m^Kitorevtmx Account ol Matters ?iiciiKiiiK tlio Attention of the Nation's Capital. (From our rcitular correspondent.) ( Washington, D. t\, July 1910 Since last week the national |V capital has become a ideserteu HH village. Congress, the President ^B the diplomatic corps and society have all scattered. Simultancously with the departure of the President and Congress, the point of ,national interest was shifted to New York when B the ex-President returned, and It appears that where ever he is there the iniddiie men of the I press are gathered together I and from that |K>int political f news is dispersed. Business will I still go on it.c the national capi-. f tal, but in an uninspired liura1 drum mechanical way through $.1,80C( clerks who really know | the routine better than Presidents and cabinets and ^ chiefs of bureaus. Put until the first oil* middle of October there will be but little to attract the attention of the public to Washington. Since the adjournment of Cogr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 July 1910

W. C. T. U. COLUMN OFFICKIMNALRN W. C.T. V. Presldeqt.-Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. K. Berry. Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mrs. E. K Moore, Mrs. B. T. Semones. Recording Secretary,?Mrs. G. F. Moyor. 1 Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. Nii|?erluten?leiitN of l>?|tnrtm?>ntH. Literature.?Mrs. Clias. Corbltt. 'i Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. i Obenchaln. ; ^ Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semoues. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (J. F. Moycr. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Perm. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss ! '>?*mil* Folks. I Florence Crlttenfon Home?Mrs. E H.Moore, i Social Meetiinrs nnd Hed Letter Day.?Miss Ma*rKic Wbltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. I)av. (Tiik Times-Hko'stkk and Skntinki.. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. lT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 July 1910

^^^Hbalem Printings Pu ^B Eihtoi ^ j^F Subscript One Niue Mouths, Six Months, Three Mouths, .... PHON A girl was shot by her sweetheart in New York recently because she M refused to eat let creain with him. H It is hardly necessary to warn Salem girls not to follow her example. WB ? ? Our contemporary, the Roanoke B Times says "New York state is to have complete corrupt legislative in I vestigatiou." We'll bet it will be B corrupt all right. J Governor Mann seems to have the f State politicians on the anxious bench regarding the appointment of a successor to. the late Senator Daniel. Siuce Congressman Flood has stated positively his determination not to accept the Senatorship, if offered him, l there seems to be no one in Swanson's way,but the wise oues cannot understand the Governor's continued silence. ? ? A Sane Fourth. Either the usual reports of the 4th of July fatalities were crowded out of the papers this year, or great progress is being made in the campaign for a "sane Fourt...

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

pp*" ? Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM VIRGINIA 58th year begius Sept. 14. Courses for degrees, with electives; high standard. Also commercial course Languages, Letters, Mathematices. Philosophy, History,Social aud Natural Sciences. Library, 24,000 volumes; work in r, laboratories; good morals and discipline. Three new buildings?Commons, Gymnasium, " Dormitory. All the means of a thorough collegiate education under U&ristian mlluences within reach of the homes of Salem and vicinity. Catalogue free. Address J. A. Morehead,A. M.,D.D., 7-7-10-2t President. y RENTS GETTING 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 Office, College Ave. SALEM. VA. rororororororororororororo | OUR SODA | ? FOUNTAIN | o hkrveh the coolest and ? ip moot refrhhiffg soda, o 2 made from the purest and * o moot whoiienome materi- ...

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

I wf rf big B ? I m m m B3 Ssf :M BB &? ijg? j^v ?] I ? H W m M ? I XJAVING LEA I p tember 1st, 1 entire stock?nothi I'TVO^IME Ifyon want to take z Ufi/w iiui 1UI Ulll KEEP THE CAR ~~ DEN CROWING ! Some of tho Crops that You Should he Planting Now. I ' ' Messrs. Kditors: The statement can be safely made' that a well-kept garden can be made to yield a return ten to twenty ? times greater than the same area in general farm crops. But marlc the statement that it must be well kept, and one feature of a well-keptj garden must I be a number of varieties and frequent plantings of many of them, in order to have a succession. If just a few. of the early .maturing sort are planted, and oniv nno nlantincr mad<p tho 1 value of the garden is greatly lessened. We find it necessary to make continuous plantings of beans in order to have a constant supply. Plantings sometimes do not do well during the mid-summer on account of the excessive heat, yet sometimes our weather is su...

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

THE SCHOOL THE HOPE OE SOUTH Traveling this week across a considerable section of our Progressive Farmer ami Gazette territory, we could but dream of the time when all our Southern country shall become as fair as the rural districts of France and England as we saw them two years ago?when our muddy roads shall give way to beautiful highways; when our old fields shall be redeemed to life and usefulness; when our halfcultivated patches shall bo converted Into broad audi fertile fields; when herds of cattle and flocks of sheep shall dot our hill tildes; when a gully shall) be reck-< oneda disgrace and. a fire-ruined wood a crime; when cabins and. ugly cottages shall be replaced by homes made beautiful by loving care, however humble they may be; and when a thickly-settled audi well trained population shall not only relieve count* y life of that isolation which has most retarded its development but shall give needed support to all the conveniences of twentieth-century rural lif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 July 1910

i| I mi I ill ill 11 ii output Washington, Juno 2S.?May imports into the United States this year were greater in a maj H^B ority of the fifty principal HB manufacturers' materials than in May last year, according: to H ^ figures prepared by the Bureau of Statitics. The same is true of the eleven months ending H with May, 1910, as compared with the similar period of the B previous year. B In May of this year, as com pared with the same month last year and in the eleven month I period ending May, 1910, as R compared with the same period I of last year, larger exports of r manufactures aud smaller ex I ports of foodstuffs were the I rule. ' The Bureau of Statistics' figures show, for instace, a decrease for the eleven months in the exports of wheat, lard, corn, bacon and hams, oleo oil, cotton- i seed oil, fresh beef and pickled pork and an increase, in the exports of pig, copper, lumber, leather, boots and shoes, railp for railways, structural iron and steel, sewing machines, metal wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 July 1910

r* BEST OK EARTH Royal Patent Fruit Jars WE HAVE ALSO MASONS FRUIT JARS AND JELLY GLASSES Johnston, Day & Terry Co. PFIONE 24 _ ?" I 1 Sa [cm iMtnes - iic^isTPF ?on$olibaicb Sentinel '72STox>embe* 16, 1903 # J N? SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910. 1 ~~ i " : ~ : VOLUME 45. STAND OR FALL BY OWN ACTS Ttilt Not Perturbed by Attitude ol Colonel Koosevelt. Beverly, Mass., July ? President Taft absolutely refuses to Lk> distui bed by the political activities of Oyster Bay. ULe has his own ideas on the subject, and regrets tendencies that will lend Inveitably to a wide open split in the Republican party; but it can be said that the President is content to rest on his owu achievements and be judged altogether by the results oT Ills administration. The President is fortified in tliis proposition by the fact that lie is utterly indifferent as to a second term. If at the close of bis present term, his party, on the record he shall have made, ealls on hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 July 1910

^^^ TTTII Iffli ivi?~r HAVE TO TIGHT? ltacial Fertility the Bottom of the Coming I In 180O FraiKT had 4,000,000 more population than Germany. At that time both nations occu?*i/?il nlw?iif Kiuni> miiniint of BHk - territory LiOO.OOO Square S miles each. The density of population in France was 134 to the |W square in Lie ; in Germany it was ^B In the last hundred! years the ^B fertility of the German nation has been so great that, in spite H of the fact that it lias sent more H than G,000,0000 immigrants to the United States and millions B more to other foreign countries, B it has increased its home popula tion to 04,000,000, nearly triple the number in 1HOO. During W tlie same period the population of France, which has sent pracI tieally no immigrants abroad, has increased by less than GO per cent. And, it should be remembered, in spite of Alsac and Lorraine, the territory of the two ttallitiiv li n c I'oni'iiiwul til'flftinnllv the same?approximately 200,000 square miles ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 July 1910

rw. C. IU. COLUMN uFFicKKS SALLW w. v. r. u. E ? President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. t vioe-l'resWentj.?Mrs. C. w. Price. Mrs. M. E. Berry. Mrs. J. K. Shank. Mrs. E. R Moore. Mrs. B. T. Semoues. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. (leorKo S. Stevens. SiiperiuteiKlentn of I?*|??rtii*eiit*. Literature.- Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. ^ Obenchain. Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Semones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Uravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers uml Sailors?Mrs. <j. F. Moycr. Sunday School.?Mrs. J.T. Penn. Medical Temperance? Mrs. John Shank. Sclentltic Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Home?Mrs. E U.Moore. Social Meetings and Ued Letter Day.?Miss Muggie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Da v. [TlIK TIMBS-KbGISTKK and SENTINKI,. ilt 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 c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 July 1910

hruem ?imco-^cq PUBLISHED KVEKY THUB6 WSalem Printings Pue I F. 11. WALTERS, EDITOK ' Subscript] On? Year, Nine Months, Six Months, . . . Three Months, .... PHONJ It Ls'an oTf day or late when an aviation record or an aviator one Is not smashed. The town tiiat liasn*t a ease of pellagra in its midst doesn't stand much show for the front page of the newspapers these days. That fellow Brookins who reached an altitude of 0,175 feet la a biplane, deserves to be numbered among the 'highflyers." . That concert by the Palem Band Monday evening sounded good to us, and was appreciated by a large crowd. We hofcie to hear many more during the summer. , % "A St. Louis surgeon was robbed of $50 while performing an operation for appendicitis," says in exchange. The patient pio1> nb y lost more than that?to say i.othing of his appendix. * X Pennsylvania preacher has miiuounceid that he will coiuluot. the ^evening services with the lights out. This looks to us like a ehoiec bit of sarcas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 July 1910

r - I Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVEItY THURSDAY. RENTS If you do not believe this, rrmaulf nnr liof ?I vvuWMtv W?1 HOW VL desirable property in all parts of the town. , We are certain to have something to Buit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Ave. SALEM, VA. to?eottonor.ot?otto*o*io?to*o?tG?to 1 OUR SO DA | ? FOUNTAIN I O NERVES THE COOLEST AND ? IT MOST REFRESHING SODA, O 2 MADE FKI?M THE PUREST AND ? O MOST WHOLESOME MATERI. jg af AI?H. O ' s ===== 5 K 2 PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY ? * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? 2 SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? ? O PROVE ITS MERITS. M tc ?_ - 0 uun 'UK CREAM SODA AND EGO ? IC DRINKS ARE THE BEST. WK SERVE O *> THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. X If O o WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE J| ( IT CANDIES DAILY, AND nAflDLE THE O y CHOICEST LINE OF "ANCY FRUITS. ? S PAUL STAMUS CO. 3 ^ NALEM, VA, * DJioVtoliolioJio^oHolio^oitolioHoli ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM VIRGINIA ? 58th year begins...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 July 1910

9 f I BIG ipeoi S W ^ A ITT T T? A I LJ V llW^r IjILAI P tember 1st, entire stock?nothii a.Tsawim. tnt Risk the Button-ami Rest J IVe^TTIME^ i I fyou wanHotake a ' For (lili * . ___________ ' TEN THINGS TO DO IN JULY. n T. l^ay by all crops in the right "way?with level ami shallow cultivation. The old ridging, root.cutting metliods have cost tlie South mil lions of dollars. Don't lay by too soon, and l>e sure to plant jien.s between corn, rows as far as practicable. 2. Ikm't let your stubble lands loaf. \ Put them to growing cow peas or soy beans as quickly as possible now. 3. Haul up grain or thresh just as soon as it becomes dry enough. If straw is stacked outside, put it up so that it will keep dry ami sound. 4. if you've a permanent meadow, take care of the hay crop. Don't cut too much at a time, f ,a.nd don't delay cutting until the seed have ripened and, the wtenis [ bccomo hard and dry. | , 5. Clean up the weed patches | .about tlie barn and feed lots, and I along ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 July 1910

r SAYS HE POUND COOK'S RECORDS Sailor Tells of Fiudiug Tube \ On Mount Mclvinley. Willing to make an affidavit tliat toe ascended: Mount MclvinUy in August, 11)07, and found the tube said to have been left there by l>r. F. A. Cook, P. G. Carrigan, an atole seaman, went 4/k ( Stvi'it nn*o 1 -f w^?>? IV W WU.V kj pi O, 11 U1II Galveston to flpd Jauios Casey, who at one time lived there, and who, Carrigan says ,can substantiate his story, Cuixigan just landed from a fourteen months voyage, had heard nothing of the Mount McKinley controversy until he landed at Galveston, lie tells the following story, which, Mr. J. H. Braidley, Dr. Cook's one time backer, wbo- is iift?xe, says is extremely p\tusible. "I was prospecting along the fshushitna. country," says Cardigan. "I went up the Chulitna ami another river to the base of Mount McKinley. Then I cached most of my stuff and started up xne mountain. l found trances of another party, but did not bo'love it coujil be Dr....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 July 1910

^^^KtfCEABLt FACT ABOUT I Bp' THE SUPREME COURT Its .Previous Wide Keputatlon. On of the noticeable things ^F about the history of the United i W States Supreme Court is that few of its members have ever I brers awyers oT nation-wide i J fame be To re tlieir appointment While. the judges of the eourt 1 today are excellent ami learned judges, most of them werey of . ,?.i: -i?? ...... Ill t. ' I I' H I t 11 Ull- Ill L IIV (MtU'lls V.* until they wore elevated to the Supremo, bench. Take the late Chief Justice Fuller. He was scarce y known out of 1' inois when lie was named. His pre- < dcecssor in the chief justiceship Morrison It. Waite, of Ohio, was < known to no greater decree. The lawyers whose names are known to the legal profession in all tlie states as the "big 'lawyers" somehow rarely get to the Supreme bench of the nation. A very eminent one came near getting on the beeh in [President Cleveland's administration, when he named William B. Hornblower. of New...

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