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

|P Times-Register and Sentinei PUBLISH ED EVERY THURSDAY. Daisy Mash Poultry Feed Is made up of such products as Bit AN, MEAL, GLUTEN, ^ MIDDLINGS, BEEF MEAL. Et Pmnorlv Lalarw.nrl T t _1 _ . VIIIUUWM* H over 20 per cent Protein, and furnishes the material for bone and muscle in growing Chicks and Eggs in laying Hens. - * Have you tried a Bag yet W. G. HUMPHREYS Phone I OS SAM'.M, VA 1 14 10 tl HoaeoseoxoatoitoBioKovtoatoKosto*! SOUR SODA 1 FOUNTAIN af o SERVES T1IK COOLEST AND V MOST KEl'RESHINO SODA, 2 MADE FROM THE PUREST AND O MOST' WHOLESOME MATERI. U ALS. O % 2, PLENTY OK CRUSHHD FUU1TS FANCY O DRINKS TO PLEA8E BY THEIR NOVELTY * OUIl ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS fg SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? O "'ROVE ITS MERITS. te O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGG ? DRINKS ARE THE BEST. WE SERVE ? THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE WC /1A vnrtjfi rw ? ?? ? * ? * ? rr vnumto X^Alhl } AK1) HAKULK XIIE y CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. ? PAUL STAMUS CO. ^ HALKM, VA, DJtOHOltO...

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

v For On, H) Aeep tli? Laud Covered Nex I You can sow rye fit any time from September to Christinas ir you wjbaibi to Improve tho Ictud ami sow something in the eotj to?i for u winter rover, you n./ should sow crimson clover, 15 pounds of simm I to mi acre. If tlu W^m cotton was well fertilized, you will not need to use any more Hf but if there was only a little fertlj'izer put in the furrow for cot h (ou, you nun lienor appi) some twiii phosphate between the cot ton rows broad cast. Sow the clover after corn anil cowpeai .In September. That is, sow tin need among the peas. Then yoi I will have the best thing foi i sweet potatoes next spring. Bow the clover seed, too, or rye, aftei peanuts and sweet fiotatoos. H will probably be rather late foi the clover, aiul rye wllli answei as a winter cover.?Progressive Fanner and Gazette. That you can depend 011 one crop alone, and that you must have live stock, to keep land rich ?those were the two big lessons Wisconsin farmers have learned t...

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

' For On, THE SELECTION Of CORN SEE! The Importance of This AVorl to Southern Farmers Can Not ue Overestimated. For the -amount of labor in vol ved no work uikhi the farm pay, better than seed selection. With fijn- a seed lis the minute gern that lias all the characteristic of the preceding generations o that species with the modlifiea ti/ons which previous culture soil, climate, and selec tion lias given it, ami these i transmits to the future plants In addition, the seed contains t little food to help the germ uu til the plant can become estab llshed in the soil. While the types of seed an persistent along general linos within -their limits they adinl' of great modification by selec tion and cultivation. In cottoi tile size of the boll, the icngll and quality of lint, tlio time o maturity, the tendency to abun dant fruitage, the height anc form of stalks, anil other plant characteristics may be nioilifiec at the will of the farmer. When a farmer buys high grade seed at a large pri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 August 1910

F BACK TO FARM FOR I V CHILDREN'S SAKE When Buffalo I farewell to the show business in 'Now York, lie wouldn't admit lie was i tired. \o man ever does that unless he feels the elii of death . in, his blood. A man ashamed til admit that he isn't 'as young as he used to be,/nor as adequate to any demands that life fcnakes ^B upon him. Buffalo Bill, as a westera magnate, announees that 5 .New York would see Utile of them in the future, merely taikB^V *vd of live large interests that claimed them absorbingly in the ^B ^B But, tie said, with a (note of relief in his voice, that he was going out 10 tne u;g country wIrm'o they can holler if they Hi want to and tlioy feel so Koo.i B tnat they want to holler." And he added: "Out in that big country we raise the healthiest and B brainiest children in the world. ^ There they have room to (broadHi en. Children can't broaden in m a 'bis city like this, (where they f are imprisoned in stone walls." I Huffalo Bill has traveled far L along the road...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 August 1910

BEST ON EARTH | ^ ^Ofg^f ^ A u5=^L Jsalfttt ?tttw?s Reatainrn"' J'B'"^ I J, *j|Cl Don't fail to see them I WE HAVE ALSO early. MASON'S FROIT JARS * " f StfS^S.S V J. AND JELLY QLAS8E3 SmWoIibaUb ^4% V* 44f g^ I -2fc??mb? 10, 1903 ~^"V!"... fl ^rr00' ^AflAJ||l|AA ' JlW)1, Di;4 Terry [,. I i______^__ ' Agents for W. L. DoukIuh ami Hilt rite Shoes ./ VOLUME 45. SAL KM, V IRQ INI A, T11U KSDA Y, AUGUST 11, 1910. NUMBER 11 fl THINGS LOOK BLUE FOR TAfl Western Insurgent Victorie Plunge Adherents ot' the President Into Olooiu Deep gloom has enveloped tin Toft adherents and administration politicians hero riH a Iresull of Insurgent control of tlie low; Republican Convention and tin deliberate blow dealt the I'res frlent Iby that body. No such 'liu inL.iating treatment of a Repub ?r?o n. I 4 - * I> 1 JLV.1A.II1 JL JL VOlUJCll 1/ UJ U IVt/'JJUUUIUtt 1 convention is i-ecaileil in?re am the opinion or nouiO who havi been watching the situation ii that, unless there should be t marvel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 August 1910

HpnRI TIMBER SCARCI Most of Tim t Now on Market i of black Oak Variety. Washington, 13. C., Aug., H.?Ii B will surprise most ponsons wIk know something about oak to lx tokl that the so-called white oai timber of our markets 'is often i P^Hl mixture not only-of various spe ^B cies of the white oak group, bu HjV also of otlier species, such us tin B| ?xhI oak. This (generally unWB known fact is reported by the TJ wB S. Department'of Agriculture which, as a part of the forestry work, is frequently called upoi W to pass judgement upon the iden Foresters divide all oaks int< I Foretors divide all okas int< r two distinct groups?the whit* [ oak group and the black oal groups One way of distinguish |ng the two is by the fact tha the black oak requires two yeari to mature their acorns, whih the white oaks require liut one The woods of tho two groups o oaks are also structurally daffereait. The true white oak known to botanists as Quercui alba, is merely one of tho spec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 August 1910

r _ ? W. C. T. U. COLUMN | i orri EKSN4I.RiH W'.C.T.C. President.? Mrs. Mlnmli Hobbs Day. Vice-President*.?Mrs. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. E. A Kerry, Mrs. J. K. Stmnk. Mrs. E. K Moore, Mrs. B. T. Seraones. Kecordlnjr Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Treasurer.?Mr? rjoorg? 8. Stevens. Stii?erlMtomlenl?t of I>?|???rtmoi?tH. wave tiau uuuui jwivmu heaviest r:o\v ami was actually receding^ Texas, however, now comes forward, wlttlu a prohibition triumph, sufficiently decisive ami important to show that this sentiment is far! from becoming! a frazzled and worn out oirm in pub lic affairs. iWaves of ten recede laiui ttban come again sometimes, with renewed power, and force the more iirresistablo by reason of a tide, that, thougli unseen,, has all the wide been silently, steadily Increasing in volume and sweep." ''Dr. Lorenz <Js pre-eminent among the surgeons of Europe. It is of interest, therefore, to note that on tho occasion of his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 August 1910

FU 11L1FH Kl) Salem Printings Pu Subserip Oue Nine Mont tin, . Six Moutlif, Three Mouths, .... phot ^H^HKr There ts a town in West Vir giuia named Landgraft. Tlia ought to prove attractive t< H^V Vice-President Sherman, Sena toe Curtis and Congressman Mo IV VU "ll,?v.iJ?..+ Ulw.?.iwiti .-r.nir r? i V151WIi v K?ut7i, ? wu ferous'y denies that he is hnpll cated lu tho Indian land scandal In which case* Senator? tier claims to have "been offered i "bribe or $25,000 or $3,000. W< hope the truthfulness of till statement is not to hi; measure* by the one he made recently that he dlid not sec an Insurgen' during his trip through Kansas Iowa, and the other northwest ern states. | Bring It to Salem. A. howl of protest is going ur from tlio citizens of the \ves1 wardi at Radford, agaihsl the decision of the trus teew oK- 'ft he Ipropose/tli stati normal nehool which lis to toe located tlrre, who have selectee the Heath site in East lladforc in preference to the Adams pit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 August 1910

^ Times-Register and Sentinel. ' PUBLISHBl> BVEItY THURSDAY. Daisy Mash Poultry Feed Is made up of such products as i BRAN, MEAL, GLUTEN, MIDDLINGS, BEEF MEAL. Etc., Properly balanced. It analyzes over 20 per cent Protein, and furnishes the material for bone and muscle iu growing Chicks ^ and Eggs in laying liens. . " l Have you tried a Bag yet ? W. C. BDMPHREYS Phono |OH SAI.KW, VA. 7 14 10 tf toKoscoacoicoKoeioKoiiottoatoaeoaeo | OUR SO DA | IFOUNTAIN f O BKRVEN THE COOLENT AND ? V MONT 11K FREAKING SODA, O 2 INAUi: VRONTHE PVREBTANO * O MONT W1IOLF.NOME MATERI. ^ tf -MS *o o ===== g ? PLENTY OK CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY O DRINKS TO PLEASE RY Til KIR NOVELTY ? tf OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O y SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITS MERITS. tf O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO m tf DRINKS ARE THE REST. AVE SERVE O O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. M O AVE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE tf tf CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O ? CHOICEST LINK OK FANCY FRUITS. g S PAUL STAMUS CO. o ^ N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 August 1910

^ W | I 'm On i R COST OF BUILDING A SILO ______? A 45-Toii Silo Can Ito ISuilt f'o $75?Not I jut e Yet. Messrs. Editors: The advaii tagesi of a isi o are so many mu ?o great that over farm having HB 10 u r more vows shou d hav< one of these big "fruit cans." I not oil .v affords a succu%4it fori ^H a.l winter, but it prevents HP great o.ss in taking eaer of tli HE corn crop. The Colorado Sta tion a few years ago. 'foilml tha Pp {.Hi curing corn, fodder under tli ver.v best conditions in iarg We shocks.vthoro is a oss oT .'11 pr * cent, of <iry matter; In sin a P shocks there is oTten a loss c I 43 jh i' cent. WiitU the silo tli F1 N loss is from 3 to 10 per ceil1 I and) in uiany cases is even ie* ' than 5 per cent. A good)-many are dotered fror I . ? __ V.ti* il. Dunning a si;.o occausf' tuv, thiLnk.Jt wiili too mud Stave silos are it{ie? cheapest t buill'd^ TThes average cost of th I0x20-foot hIjos holding about 3 tons, builxlaat year, was Sol).5 which includ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 August 1910

For On, HOW TO PRE SERVE EGGS Water-Glass" Method Best Can be Preserve*! at a Cost of One or Two Cents bozou. .y The all-absorbing question jus ,r>4- "II,v..r II ? Only absolutely fresh, clean, un washed, sound eggs with smooth firm shells ore suitable for pre serving' by this method. Infer 4 tile eggs are preferred, as thoj keep better tha.ii fertile eggi tho' fertile eggs are most ofter used.} Any dirty, stale, cracked or thin-shelled eggs should lx discarded, as they are liable t<. spoil ami affect the good eggi around them. Any eggs thai float In the liquid* should be re moved, a* floating indicates thai the contents* of the egg an shrunken, leaving a large air cell Such eggs are usually cracked thin-she lied or stale. Any earthenware, glass, oi wooden jar, tub or barrel maj bo used as a container, depending upon the nuitiberr of eggs tc to be preserved. Metal vessels must not Ik* used, a.* the solution will corrode theni. It Is essential tc success that al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 August 1910

r ^mMi willI I V SOLD BY POUND ^Es. ? Vuture ol'tlie LiUlo lirown Hon Who LttjfH Small Kkks Seems H|H Problematical. *? . The future of the itt'o 'brown hen famous in Jjaru \ai\l Tube anil known from end to end of HT) the nation as the most industr'.H^^BB1. ^ ^ ous of a I the/ vlomesttc bipeds, ^^BB that lie p man solve the problem fo Iving is problematic. For ages fl^K she has been re 4ed?upon as the mm producer of the bu le of the ^^B morning meai; ami that at u it tie BR cost to the consumer. She has beeii true to her trust but her BjH eggs are snia li. And herein lies HT the trouble. Br The New York authorities are m attempting to place u statute on B the books that wi 1 in uli probiH bi lity sound the death-kne'.ii of ? the faithful fowl'.. Although she !( . has been dutiful and has regularly weathered the blasts of winter and laid heir little eggs at all seasons of the year, if the new regulations go into effort she must give way to the proud Plymouth ltock. the urlstocrutlei ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1910

I 1",r*vr:,'?? ^ul(tn ^ttttcd * H -* 1 " 111 ? Jgrn^jJ and they are beauties. ,m?^^H| K Don't fail to see them " WE HAVE ALSO rly* . -/~WBH ^ Many new things for MASONS FRUIT JARS L^Y JL ^ W early Fal1 are coming I AND JELLY GLASSES (Scsoli b? U-b W gf'|% if^ ^|f 1 ber ,?, ?>03 * I JolustOD, D1J 4 Terry C. -f J, ? JiblsllD, ill 4 Tmi Co. U 1 'PEIONE 24 ^ A?fents for W. L Douglas ami Iiiltrlte Shoes I VOLUME 45. SALEM, VIRGINIA^"THURSDAY, AUGUST 18,1910. NUMBER 12 KUUStVtLI (itIN A SECOND DEFEAT Old Guard" In New York Refuse to Recommend IImi for Chairman. " New York, Aug. 15.?Theodore RooJovolt matched strength with the "old guard" of the Republican party In New York State ! today and met decisive defeat. The Repub Ivan State committee in session here by la vote of 20 to 15, refused to recommend him for temporary chairman of the State convention, which meets at Saratoga, on Sept. 27. Instead, V i;-o-President James S. Sherman was selected. STATEMENT IS ISSUED Tills is Co]...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1910

SAVINGS BANK I'lan On Which This (jioat En terprisc Will Be Operated. Any one over ten nuly take a tVLme ami start business witli Uncle Baau, under the new postal savings bank bill whicli I'rewWent Taft's signature has just made HB.\ a law. act conies nearei H P* to passed at this scssioiL of Congross, ami it in the result of c whole generation of agitation in tills country. Greater thrift atnong the masses will result from the new HHI law. It will also keep In thle BE country vast sums now sent abroad by immigrants to the ^ p postal savings banks of tlicir na|B tive lands. More important still B it( will restore, to circulation B ?1,000,000,000 or more now hid^B den away by ]>eople who dlsH trust pur banks. Out the most H suspicious hoarder will entrust B'' his money to the Treasury of the United States, just as he will B Invest it, without (question, in I government bond& B At first this summer each of I the 7J50Q "presidential postV olWees''?those whose pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1910

W. C. T. U. COLUMN \ OI I K KKS NALF.M W. C. T. IT. President.?Mrs. Mlinali Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. K. llerry, Mrs. J. B. Shank. Mrs. E. K Moore. Mrs. R. T. Semones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. G. K. Moyei. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. NuperlutendentM or l>?|?artitien<N. 'Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. ^ Obenchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Setnones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (J. F. Moyer Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. I Scientific Teinpertince Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. FlorenceCritt.enton Home?Mrs.B K.Moore. Social Meet In its ami lted Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whitesoll. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. I)av. [TllK TIMBS-UKOIRTBR AND SKNTINKfi. at 'their request, has placed a column at the disposal ot the earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. Union, who will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1910

I PlTllUeHKD RVKHY THDRS ^^^tSalem Printings Pub U. Wai.tkiw, Eimtok Subscripti One Nine Mouths, Bix Mou*hs, I Three Mouths, .... PHONI "Senator A drkeli amy retire, ik / but Ik* does not propose to leave 7 congress witli a smirched record," ways un exchange. Which is ciuiva.out to saying that he intends to hang on until the dawn of the mUloniuin. if It would have the same effect in the btli Virginia distinct as in .Kansas, Henry Stuart's campaign committee could well afford to pay the expenses if Uncle Joe Cannon would make a tour of the district Tor Congressman STeinp. A "spirit letter" claimed to have been received from a deceased government employe, states that the world In which he finds himself is \a beautiful niie?rtmnh lietter than tho Washington <icpnrtments. From the way they hang on to jobs there one would think that was about as near heaven as the average government employe would, want to get. \ "Ansel of Crimea" Dead. i/ P/eaco to the ashes of Florenee Nighti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1910

r-rrra and Sentinel. PUBLISH BD BVEKY THURSDAY. Daisy Mash Poultry Feed Is made up of such products as BUAN, MEAL, GLUTEN, MIDDLINGS, BEEF MEAL. Etc., Properly balanced. It analyzes over 20 per cent Protein, and furnishes the material for bone and muscle in growing Chicks and Eggs in laying liens. Have you tried a Bag yet ? W. C. HUMPHREYS Phono lOS SALEM, VA. 714 10 tr ftoRoat o stoato ?to ato tco vio ?eo ?to stono I OUR SODA I ?FOUNTAIN I a* o 77 Mcwvru ?<?? ?" ? v ? a?9 m mm. MA AXlZf Jg tt MONT KEFREA11ING SODA, O 2 MADK I'ROM THE PlIRKNTAND * O MOST WKOLKNOMK MATERI. jf U ALA. O O M tC ????????????? o 2 PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY ^ O DRINKSTO PLEASE UY THEIR NOVELTY ? ? OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? ? 8MOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? * O PROVE ITS MERITS. jf O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGG m If DRINKS ARE THE REST. WE SERVE O O TIIEM JUSi' TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. * m o O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE JC f CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O ^ CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. ? &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1910

W hir tin, EXTERMINATING TICKS BY VACATING PASTURES May be Freed Ticks l>y Kee|i j iiiK All Stock oil' t'rom Soptember to July |B The month It i self well to the eradication cattle fever ticks pas 1 ! I Tolnll'lll 11 I 111 r vacating a pasture during tlii month and keeping it vacant un tiki .July 1 of next year it may bi freed of ticks, and if no tick-in fe-sted snimals are allowed to en t< r after .July 1 the pasture wL! remain free. The 'United State Department of Agriculture advis es ranners In the tick region t< i i ke advantage of this favorab'i time so far as practical. Pastures irom which live stoel is removed for a. sufficient tine become i free (of ticks by i process oT starvation, as tin ticks can not live to maturity, i they are unable to get upon an kma'Hy. ?The time required for al ! ticks to die 11 ft or the stock ha: been removed. from Infested field) and pastures vaites considerably deluding on cilmat, season, anc weather conditions. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1910

For On, GROW MORE VETCt A Great Crop lor Spring Graz lug or Hay?Sow^i September With Oats or Wheat. There are many varieties o vetch, but the 'variety foum * most satisfactory over th< greater S.part of the Uniioi ami the one 'most* generally known) is the Hairy vetch. Tin so-called Oregan smooth vetch t liked by many and Prof. Perkins when at the iMssissippi Ex peri when' at (the Miissippi Expert ment Btation. stated that he ilk ed it better thain the Hair} vetch ami. that It produced a; much foil/ago per acre, Hair} vetch is tho tried) and popurni variety throughout the Soutl and is adapted) to all types ol lands suitable for growing gen oral crops. Of course, it will d< best on rich lands and may pos sibly prefer clay loams to sand} soils; but it grows well on pract llXllHv nil :i~ ? r ^v.. ^?n'j mi ivi inu p*jna <ji lii* South* I TIME OF SEEDING It luas a strong point In thai lU may bo sowed.any time Iron August to November ami sti'i make a satis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1910

H|^Hjr ^ Pf irilRISON ON ' MISSION WORN Writes I ntorostingly <>1 Work of Presbyterian Cliurcli Pyeng Yang, Korea. * i HnB l)r. II. ('. Morrison, I^HHTp vent y w oral-round nti L? B B J slonary be HP I the pi i- uupa, speaker at the Pen^\J tocosta Meeting and Bible Conference in fcstfi em next month. has ^^^P the following to say in the Iler^^Av ail regarding tko great work of the Presb.vtorijau church in HH Pyeng Yang, Korea: Bf The Pirexbyteri.au church has q H vcr.v strong station in !I*ycng V Yang. Thj homes, school buV.'ding. industrial building, thoologlcat institute, ami other buildings making .|uitc ti vi llage in it' sr'l, They have eighteen mis eionarles here, teachers, evaugcl Lxts, preachers. This includes B on j the >mcn and \yamen who ;uv in the regular work, and not the children, of whom there is I a fine bunch, as bright boys and I girls as I have ever seen. These L r Missionaries. with native workI ere, go out from here through a i w...

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