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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1910

I',1ST OX EARTH Y ^s*te^ ^ '"ifc'Hfc ^ ^W^^^^^Wm'VT^ViI |]W " "".srL >(i I ftn fiuttttSi Mtaxmtt Tir!i:?p"i,I^H v **'*-*^ j y^ and they are beauties. j^| 1H Don't fail to see'them WE HAVE ALSO riy. MASON'S fruit JARS IT # 1# are "oLiog r/T.TT ?ottsolibaleb W (^%y +* ,A I ^om??b? 16, t903 ? r.T. . fl :?o'F 2?"' <^,V4M'*'fMP'* Jahiston, Day 4 Tmj Ci. Agents for W. L. Douglas and Illltrlte Shoes ^ * VOLUME 45. IsALEM,^IRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1910. NUMBERIT SOUTH WILL MAKE 1 A MOWING' Increase in Population Seems To Be General in All i, Sections T 1 t * Co'rUinbus, Intl., is not destined to ose nii.v prestige it may have ? enjoyed during the past decade i from being marked on the census t map as the p ace nearest the t centre of population in tho Unit- 1 cd States. It probably will continue to be in the vicinity of the r mark after the full developments o of the Thirteenth Census beeome e i miu?h, mi r'vi xno estimates oi the Census Bureau officials fall. v T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1910

W MONUMENT PLAN Independent Order oi' Red Meu in Virginia Take Aetion. Washington, Aug. 10.?Added Impetus has been given to the movement to erect n suitable memorial to the North American Indian iti New York Harbor HK by tiie hearty co-operation of |^^B[ the various (inters of lted Men througliout the country. At a i'cceiit session oT the Oivii t "Council of Virginia held at Newport News, Itepresentatlve II. W. May, of .Virginia, offereil a resolution, which was una nimouvy adopted, instructing the Virginia delegation to the Great Counci l of Rod Men of the United] Stales, which convenes in annual session in Detroit 'early W next month, to introduce a resW oiution having for its purpose | endorsement of tills colossal I memorial. I Mr. Waiter S. Miehlcy, the f Great Prophet of Virginia, who r is one of the delegates to the Detroit Convention, is heartily in sympathy with the .movement, and on the part of the Virginia lted Men will support it in ?very way. The movement to erect tills...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1910

[ W. C. T. U. COLUMN I OFFH EKKSiLKN IV. V. T. I*. President.?Mrs. Mlmah llobbs Day. I Vice-Presidents.?Mm. C. M Price. Mrs. M. E. B Berry, Mrs. .1. K. Shank, Mrs. B. K Moore, Mrs. II. T. Semones. B' Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Mover. B Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. .1. E. Shank. B Treasurer.?Mrs. (leorge 8. Stevens. B NuperlMt eiiUcutM of Itoimrlnicntw. B / Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Oorbltt. H Kvanwllsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. B Obenchaln. B Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Semones. fl Medal Contests. -Mrs. LuoyGravely Stevens. B Work among Soldiers and Sailors Mrs. (J. F. B Mover. B Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. l'enn. B Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss FlorenceC. *enton Home?Mrs. E R. Moore. Social Meetings ami Re?l Letter Day.?Miss MukkIc Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. H. I>u v. The close of the W. C. T. ij. year Is now nearly here anil it will be of interest to note the work accentp Lshetl during the past year anil then th i next mos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1910

PUBLISHKD BVKKY TH Salem Printing F. B. Wai-tbus, Ei?i Subscri ^^Bl One Year, Nine Mouths, .... Six Months, ^B^b| Three Mouths, PHO ^^BR For .a man who is not in po HHi tics, [Theodore the ^reat sen ^^B.' to Hie remarkably active alo ^^B po rt lea' \ I ties. . 1?1 ^B We hope tlie recent fires til destroyed Wallace, Idaho, we ! not a flarebaek from Senat BB Heyburn's fircy exhibition ^B> that town. "The most 1111 kindest cut of a rwns radiin blistered to Uncle .7 Cannon, when the He public Campaign Committee, made plain to lil-mi tthat his servLc wore not desired in the congrt sionai (campaign this fall. P cause <of his persistent attac upon (the insurgents the coi mittce felt that the interests the (party would l?e best pr motcd Iry bis absence from tl campaign. Salem's Opportunity. For more than half a centur Salem has enjoyed a reputatic as a seat of learning andcultur With our excellent ami const an Iy improving graded and hig school with Koanoke College i a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1910

f TIMES-REGISTER AND SENTINEL. I j PUBLISH BD KVKKV THUKfc*f>A%Y. * r Daisy Mash 1 Poultry Fee?l Is made up of such products as t k BRAN, MEAL, GLUTEN, 7 MIDDLINGS, BEKF MEAL. Etc., Properly balanced. Itanaly/es j over 20 per cent Protein, and furnishes the material for bono and muscle in growing Chicks and Eggs in laying liens. * Have you tried a Bag yet ? e W. G. HUMPHREYS Pliniio Ml* mi vm v*. I r 7 14 10 tf *oKo^oatotto?toito*otio?ioitoato>io t 1 OUR SODA|b ? FOUNTAIN I % o NRKVKS TBf. COOLEST AND 2 V MONT KKFItflWIIINO KOI>A, O 2 IHADR RKI?M THK PVKENTAND * ll O MONT WHOWEHOME MATEKI. 2 t M AIM. *o ? PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKSTO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY jy ,l * OUH ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O rl SMOOTH RICHNESS ANI) PURITY? ? O PROVE ITS MERITS. JV O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO 2 ' K DRINKS ARE TI1E BEST. WE SERVE O 41 O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. * r O WE ALSO MA-KE FRKSII IIOMF. MADE J| f CANDIES DAILY, AND nANDLK THE O * jf C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1910

WFtirTlih ^B ELLiSTON LETTER. Mr* George B!ount ami chlhl|^Bflw, rtviL of Roanoke, are visiting Mrs. Blount. ^V ' Mrs. E Ion Davis is suffering , BE with spr of neuralgia. Miss Mattie Blount is visiting ^^B^L T Mrs. .i. Ij. llross. at Clay Crossing. j^H Mrs. C. F. Taylor visited her sister at E 'ett, Va.. last week. Dr. and Mrs. Li. M. Davis reB "turned Monday from a visit to relatives In Bedford oounty. Mr. J. S. Campbell, dr., left Monday for Princeton. W. Va., where he has accepted a position in the Virginian station. Mr. E. K. Qoodwti and family B arc visiting Capt. and Mrs. .J. A. [Flanagan, in west eiul. Marcus and Leon Robertson returned home Monday after vke ttlng relatives here. Master Bruel Gardner Js visit- , iing his aunt, Mrs. L?ouia Roborson, at Austin viifle, Va. Mr. S. .1. MlaJidon has arrived ' here from North Garouiiua to take a position with the Mount- < oin Cove Lumber Co. Mrs. W. R. Blackmail, of Tazewell, Va., is visiting her sisters at this place. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1910

W|I ~ (r| /?/ to A VISIT TO THE COUNTRY'S GREATEST POULTRY PLANT L Editor Times Register & Sentine',: Having for some months suffered with the conviction that poultry keeping (was both a profitable and a pleasant business, f 3iavo of late spent sometime im visiting our local poultry farms. But not having my thirst for knowledge of this most interesting business fuliy satisfUmI, I determined last week to tako a run up to the much advertised plant of the Comings at Bend Brook, N. J., the greatest egg raising plant iu the country. Thinking some of your readers might be interested in knowing something of the farm, I am giving you n few impressions of our visit! was accompanied by a friend). We arrived at Bend Brook early in the morning and eating a hasty breakfast boarded a trolley which took us directly to Sunny Slope Farm. Our courage went clown several degrees upon alighting to find facing us several signs Avith such inscriptions as those J "Business place." "If you have ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1910

Bffi SPANISH M VATICAN DISPUTE W History ot the Anti-Clerical e I v. Contest Dividing Kingdom '" H -Situation to l>ute. K The basis of the present <lis- { ^K| ^ pute in Spain is the Concordat ji } of 18r?l, an agreement between | HPf1' the Kingdom anu tne p aut-uu \\ 11L< }i gave praetieally five UC- , ceris to religious orders In Spain j, w here their presence eras ap- g V ^ proved by tin llo y See ami the government, ami where their ob Jcet \va,s stated, "to carry on mls stalls in the towns of their dio- j I c? m\ l?? assist the parish priests, to conic to tho aid of the sick, } w and to do other works of charih ' ty." iThc involution which fol- i lowed tiio flight of Isabella II. put a. temporary check on their invasion, but on the restitution A , of the monarchy under Alfonso XIII. tho stream of immigration yet In steadily onee more, to be _ immeasurably augmented after the passage of the French Asso- L eLations law, of 11)01, "which brought many...

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

Br^ BEST ON EARTH W ^ /A.4 [ ^r;,,,fSalcin ? iw?$ ? w^wif^!^-^B WE HAVE ALSO ~~ jfl^B I MAsoN-rf fruit jars (^y a a^;3L i a^ ^ If Johnston, Day & Terry Co. I and^jblly^GLAssEb (atonsolibaleb ^SlSk j^^/w% 'jljtf ^ I 'TUTowembe* 16, J903 ^j, I Agents for Hilt rite I 'PHONE 24 C/^ I./ VOLUME 45. S ALEM, V1 KG IN I A, T11U US DA Y, 8 KPT KM B K R 1, 191 a NUMBER 14 P n AI lT-iii r- r* m i niirti I 1 MNJIM BUSINESS OUTLOOK. An Expert's Opinion of That Section's Wonderful Prospects. Last year one railroad carried into Texas 89,000 settlers from the West and Northwest. On one day that id no tflok out of Kansas City as the gateway into Texas i over |5,0OO settlers. CarefuT estimates make the number of new people locating in Texas during the last year or two 1200.000 annually. '.It Is a notable fact that they are. as a whole, well-to-do, a very large number of them travelling in I'ullman cars and having ample ready (money when reaching Texas to purchase land for cultivation. Many...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 September 1910

AS PLAYGROUNDS Washington, II). I'., Aug. 30.? Ileo/re the y?u"s outing seasoi i.s liulf ovor. neanly a mill ton per sons will have Bought recreatloi a ml health ilu the National For csts of it lie U nited States. According to the record of the Unit ed States Department of Agrl culture, the total last year was In 'close figures. 406,775. Wit! the finest mountain scenery am much of tlie best fishing and big HH game hunting in \the Unite* HH| States, the National Forests |^^Hr made more and moi'e access Lb I < each year through protectior ~ and development by the Govern inent, hie fast becoming greni National playgrounds for ' th< ^B| people. Bl The use of the Forests for recreation is as .vet in its beginning "but it is growing steadily ant Bm rapidly?In Isorae of tlie Forest* V at tho rate of a hundred per cent B per annum. (The day seems not far distant wiien a million per sons will annually visit them. The records show that the seasniial use of the Forests ru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 September 1910

I W. c. I. U. CQLUlf I OKFMKBS BAtjm w. V. t. u. I President.?Mrs. .Mlmah Mobbs Day. I Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C. w.PriM>Mrs. M. R Be fry. Mrs. J. E. 8hank. Mrs. E. It Moore H? Mrs. B. T. Semones. 1 Recording Secretary.?Mrs. U. F. Moyor. h Correspondlog Secretary.?Mrs. J. R. Shank pj Treasurer.? Mrs. George 8. Stevens. tj' NiiperlnteiuleulM of Department*. I Literature.-Mrs Chas. CorblttI " Kvangellsra and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E H Obencbaln. I Flower M'.don.?Mrs. II. T. Seinones. E Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens I Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F MoverSunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Setentrtio Temperance Instructions ? Mist Fannie Folks. FlorenceCrittenton Home?Mrs. E. it. Moore, Social Meetings and lted Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Da v. Thursday, A up. 120. was there nu ar (meeting day of the Salem Union and, also, the annual meeting at which time the election of officers Jor the ensuing year t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 September 1910

wKf Mltm $iutcs-|lcgi PUBl.lfHBt) KVKKY THUK8L Salem Printings Pubi K. It. WALTERS, ElUTOK |H Subscriptic One Year, Nine Mouths, Six Mouths, . ree Mouths, .... H[ PHONE A well-known young novelist is i said to (have' lost a suit-ease HB cnt:ta;r.ii)g a new (story on a i ^^B jfoew York train Tecentiy. If ft ; is like most oil trio popular novels that are now. floodiup: the I - .... i.1 ....U [. vuuuu.y, icl u.n inujpu iuu tsuiicase will never lie recovered. Since he started on his western i trip Roosevelt lias criticized about everything in the country n ?politicians, those who ard not y in politics. "bosses," trusts, c monopolies, and more recently I the Supi-enie Court. .Nothing1 is I too great or too siua'jH to escape I the attention of the great critl- i j cizer. "Speaker Cannon will visit the 1 Ninth Virginia district to assist r i Congressman C. 11. Stamp in liis i campaign. Sletnp was an ardent I supporter of Cannon in the rules a fight in the house." says a news \ item of the...

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

pppww?11 "-1" Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED BVBKY THURSDAY. ?o*o*o??o*oito8io*o?io*o*o?io*o | OUR SO l>A | | FOUNTAIN! O NKRVK.H TIIK COOI.KST AND ? i( MONT ItKFKKNHINU SODA, o 2 MA?i: TKUn THK FItKESTANO * o MOST whoi.KSOMK MATERI. m If a i,s. o 2 ===== ? ? plenty of crushed fruit8 fancy ) o drinksto please by their novelty jg a * our ice cream is noted for its ? |f 8moot1i richness and purity? q o prove its merits. % ?> our ice cream soda and egg ? if drinks are the rest. we serve o o them just to suit your taste. * o we also make frksii home made jt f candies daily, and handle the o y choicest line of fancy fruits. ** 2 PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 ^ NALKM. VA, * dmoiooatojiosoohosooliojtohohohojt ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM VIRGINIA 58th year begius Sept. 14. Courses for degrees, with electives; high standard. Also commercial course Languages, Letters, Mathematical. Philosophy, History,Social and Natural Sciences. Library, 24,000 volumes; working laboratories; good...

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

^^HHHBpPRR H^HFt> BT / hi (in i ^^Kl ELUSION LETTER. "Baby in the of the jrtippe orul not able to write , in Mis. A. M. llarper of Lafayette, is visiting her Tiieoe, Mrs. it. G. rMrs. T. Q, Harnett and little sou air visiting Mrs. K. A. Weddle at the hotel. Mesdatney .1. .1. True and G. H ' Itagau. oT Salem visited Mrs. it. C. IJatdnei' iast week. The addresses of Rev. Taylor and others wore much enjoyed at the Sunday School Convention hero iSaturday. It has been said by some that they be ieve that Klliston is about on a level with the ancient cities oT Sodom and Gomorrah. This is an excellent advertisement. Merle, the little daughter of Mr. land Mrs. it. G. Gardner is -again dangerously ill. M rs. W. R. Black mond, of Taze-! xveli'.1, V'a., visited relatives airl frinndn here lost week. Mr. it. G. Gardner, N. &! W. station agent is off sick, relieved by Air. A. II. Gamplie 11. Mrs. George Blount and child-1 ren, of Roanoke, are visiting L relatives hero. B Th...

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

| For (h\ HOW TO FATTEN YOUR HOGS THIS YEAR k OUf Wasteful Practice ot Feed' lug All Corn Will Cost You Over Twice as Much. We havo been calling attentioi j to |1I?o 'uecessity 'for grazing L|i crops in order to make pork a1 ^ low cost, and have urged the noI oexsity of growing row peas, sov I beans, peanuts, etc., for fatten iug the hogs this fal/1. Many readers have heeded oui advice and have sowed or planted these cropf^i i Ttoetre are ptobabi^ more, 'however, who wi'M fatten the hogs In the old way, on corn in a 'dry lot. ,?Wo feel sorry for these people, for every pound of pork hnade during the fattening period wi'Jl be in aide at a cost of from 8 'to 1- cents a pound live weight. vTo those wlia have the cowpeas, the soy beans or peanuts, we wish to state that they wii/1 find it profitable to feed a little corn, even at a cost of from GO to 80 cents a bushel, to the hogs whi o they are grazing these legume crops whluli! vajre rich, in protein. tWbile it is difficult to obtain Z...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 September 1910

GREAT ROANOKE FAIR This wi". bo the Kigtb( Annual ^^BJf Fair, and its attractions will exHV f ceed those or the |?ront exposi^ | lions hold i n preceding years. This is due to the broad-minded and progress! vo polices or its manageincnt. which comprises some of Roanoke's best citizens. The Kx^ecutive Committee consists or Col. Raines .i'. Woods. Robert H? Angc", A. L. Sibert, J. W. Hancock, "Louis v. ami Henry Shoz. a'.I of whom have obtained xvel'.-earned experience by tiieir suecessfu'! administration of the ',\ssoeia-1 tion's affairs from its inception.! Its object is not to share its pro-j HEn fi 1 vc jiiiidTH' 1 lif kt(K'kliii litis: on! |^n the contrary, the profits made have each yea r been turned back into the enterprise. Thiri policy lias resulted in the Association's Hb new owning one of the most de % sirab.e and we'.l eijuipwll Taiiv grounds in the South and its trace track is the fastest south of the H 'Potomac and Ohio rivers. The 'Association's object is I purely to pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1910

i best ox EAKTn i V*^ if , **? ^ HfcH% ^t ^ Sheets and ^st. paid# ittn^s -ssni -j|- a^ ^ea8^ 25 Per CMltu I Irt Oood stock Window Shades, Lace I WE HAVE ALSO Curtains, Curtain Swiss, Table * mason's fruit jaks / ^ ^ If W . ^ h ,. Corere>El?-EtcP , and jelly glasses (Honsolibaleb if |^ i UTouember 10, 1903 # n F?o? K vkin s I \ Johnston, Day & Terry Co. ^p JV' # I'/B' Jr <i li'J%//||^ Johnston, Day & Terry Co. ; j 'phone 24 ^ t 1 ' l^h L / Agents for W. L. Douglas and Itlltrite HDoea ' VOLUME ! ">. SALEM, VllKilNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8~ I !M (). MM HER I "T READY FOR PENI TECOSTAL MEETING Aiig Gathering ol* Christian Workers in Tabernacle K Tomorrow Night [ ; We are Informed b.v Mr. D. B. Mrouse, who is actively interested I'm arranging the details, that everything is (ready for the fifteenth annual Pentecostal 'meeting and Bible Conference which (begins a ten-day session in the Tabernacle tomorrow/ evening at 7 $0 o'c'ock il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1910

K) RAISE MAINE, I CANT TELL HOW m Army Enjriuoors Determined to . K Clot Old Battleship Afloat. New York, Sept. 4?Colonel ^^BL .Williatu M. liluck, corps engineers, t^ u. S. a.,'head oi'boaitl of iwigiii tf : ecre who are Ito try to- find a K way to raise Etlio old battleship Maine from tlio muddy grave inj HP which she lias ixvste(< isiuoe she H was blown up in Havana harbor B just before the outbreak ofj W Spanish-A uieriean War, will'l sail 7 for Havana/this week to preside, \L over the eess'iop-i of the board that are to ible*. held in that city., j The m?Mibers of tin* boa i d arej [I L"?./ V Ul I IV 1 I I ^ 41 UUII I W 11 * I L X 1111,) e\poet to <Io, but they will go into the question from every standpoint, and if there is any way by which the old battleship can be hauled out of the mud ami above water tliey mean to find it. The board will' sJiacL have, at its disposal the suggestions of more than (M)(> outsiders, every, one of whom asserts th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1910

Wm HZ. I W. C. T. U. COLUMN fl oi'kicrkh sti.rn w. o. t. r. ^flp^esUIeut.?Mrs. Mtmnh Hobbs Day. Vloe-Presidents.? Mrs. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. E Berry, Mrs. .7. E. Shank. Mrs. E. K Moore Mrs. It. T. Semones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.-Mrs. J. E. Shank I Treasurer.?Mrs. George 8. Stevens. Super Intend cut <4 of l??pnr Intent*. Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. 8van?ollsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E Obenchatn. Flower Minion.?Mrs. II. T. Semones. / Medal Contests. ?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. MoverSunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Splnnt.lrtp Trtniniiiutirtn I not..n/.?:...,.. %*? ? - ?v...rv.M.,vv ii(?i iUVIIUI13 ? l'l IPT Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Home?Mrs. E li. Moore, Social Moot In irs and Ked Letter Day.?M las Maggie Whltesoll. Frew.?Mrs. M. H. Day. The president of tho Saleui Union found it necessary to rail a meeting: of the executive committee on Thursday ...

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

H ^^^ jv I'UHLISHKI) KVKUY THUH ^Salem Printing^Pu " F. NVA1.TKU8, BDITOI Subscripi |^MB Oue Year, ..... Nine Mouths Six Mouths, Tiiree Mouths, .... H|'' PHON ^HHB What that Fargo crank said tc I^Hl^ li(M)s(>v(\t sounded just like an echo from thoiWhite) House during the reign of T-e-d-r- K-o-c-o-'t It is freely stated that only Roosevelt can. save the Republb can party. fFhis is sufficient ev f idence of howl litt'o the party if B| worth saving. V ? |MF At one point on his Western trip it is said tliat tiieo people gave Roosevelt a .rest. Won't it V ever occur to that fellow to prao tice reciprocity? M A Rfxmokb '"horse. was picket! V up on the street drunk recently, r If fift'" in true that imitation is sLnccrcst flattery, that horse i ought to stand acc-high with the people o(f the Magic City. y Tho Democrats clip 12,000 from F the Republican plurality in Vermont lanfa Insurgent Republicans win a partial victory in New Hampshire. Books as If the Payne-ATdrIch tariff wa...

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