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

| Times-Register and Sentinel. I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 8 <oiio?r.oR..'P.or,o8ionor.or.or.onon I foiIR SODA I I FOUNTAIN I V I o NERVES THE t'OOI.KST AND I IP MONT IIEI'KIWUINU son A. I 2 MAUI) FROM THE I'l'KESTANI) I O MOST WHOLESOME MATEKI. I IP ALN. ar ? PLENTY OK CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY o DRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY B * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS fl y 8M00TII RICHNESS AND PURITY? O PROVE ITS MERITS. B ip o OUR ICE OIIKMI SODA AND Mfl / IP DRINKS ARE TIIE BEST. WE SERVE W * o TIIKM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. B O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE fl JP CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE B ' y CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. S PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 ? NALEH, VA, * ottofeofcofcofcottoitoMoliofeoMolioli ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM VIRGINIA 58th year begins Sept. 14. Courses for degrees, with electives; high standard. Also commercial course Languages, Letters, Mathematices. Philosophy, History,Social and Natural Sciences. Library, 24,000 volumes; working laboratories; good morals and dis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1910

^B GLENVAR NEWS | Mr. .larnes Wells, wife, ami bro-! Hum*. Mr. .lolm Wells, of Fhiladel-j phia, spending some time with relatives here. I Miss i>?>t Deyerl? spout the! pnst week with) her sister, "Mrs.! Jame.s Deyerie, of this place. ^^B^r Mrs. Kodiiigor. of Fioyd. visit-j ^^^B e<l hbr sister. Mrs. W. A. 1'off, last j ^^By Mr, Wright, of Texas, was the W^K guest <?r Mr. ami' Mi's. T. M. Wlm-j I] mer, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Hettinger left last ^BV Thursday for Manassas, Va., whoro she wfBUJ spend the winter, ^B with ffiends. BB Idttle Miss Helen Callahan, who has been sickl with fever, its get- 1 nor maii.y : B friends wi|^ t>e gfadi to( learn. Miss Neiiie Wi'mmei', who liiV ( been visiting her cousin, Miss A!- j W lie 11 ?fr, lias returned to her home in K'o.vd. r Mr. .lack Poff| and daughter, Miss Clarice, were visiting in Floyd tills week. i Mr. .Scott Callahan, of Roa-i ' noke, spent Monday with his uncle. Mr. W. R. C...

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

^M|PP^ppwP^"*iii illinium 1 '? I > | Fo r On I SET OUT A STRAWBERRY | PATCH THIS FALL B Those who wore so unfortunB ate as not to "be able to set a R strawberry -patch last spring, fl whiehi was the proper time, need R not be discouraged and fail to do it this year. This is especialI iy true of the South, where the B full is late and mild, i and tlie B plants iwill grow w?U and set fl their fruit buds, fl While setting strawberry B plants in fall requires some nkill fl and care to insure success, it may fl readily ibe done if the conditions fl are complied with. The soil 9 should be reasonably rich and fl prepared in good tilth, plowing 9 and harrowing unfed this coudiI tion is secured. Go to a neigh Dor who has a patch of good berries land secure somo plants of him. If ft his is not convenient to do, then send to a nursery for potted plants, but 'I would prefer thoso grown near by. If tho soil is dry, it is best to thoroughly water the bed from which the plantM lare to b...

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

By I W CRM IN GRAFT HUNT" Asks Committee to stop tlie j (Jayiior Governor Boom ^ The legislative investigating ^ committee?the graft committee ^^ 7 ?opened its new offices In Liib|Hf( i.v Tower building yesterday ^HH^ morning and promptly on time the first crank appeared, sa.vs } iho New York bun. lifer' ?a.> not unexpected. Bets that he would 1 Hi appear the first day the offices ^ j^F were opened had been offered jH fret* y at all sorts of foolish odds, V but neither committeemen, counsel, nor clerks would take the i short end. But n crank pool was made. Kv-| ? f ?;r\ one concerned in the office! ' affairs and a few eager outsiders! chipped into a sweepstakes to go ^ to the contributor making the s nearest guess as to the nature of v the bug which would worry the 11 Pl^-at NAnitQc. ISo one won. About everything within unreason had P been predicted as to what would ? be bothering the first crank. One *l contributor to the stakes had v written on liis slip "the. first u c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1910

I 1 lilt Jars ha Good stock Window Shades, WE HAVE ALSO ^ Curtains, Curtain Swiss, Table mason's fruit jars ly' if ^ a if and jelly glasses (Sonsolibateb WC I ^oumb.r 16, 1903 * "" "-' " H Johnston, Day & Terry Co. V f %>W W Johnston, Dm & Terry lOj^H 'phone 24 ^ j j A rents for W. L. DoiirIus and Hiltrite ?-? VOLUME 45. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1910. NUMBER 1 r.l^H THE DEMOCRATS SWEEP MAINE Blaine an<l Iteed'M State Lost l>y Republicans First. Time in Thirty Years. Maine went Democratic last Monday. It elected Frederick W. riaisted of Augusta, a Democrat, as governor; upset the hitherto sol hi Republican congressional delegation! in at least two and possibly* all four of the districts, a nit to the surprise of the political leaders, Democrat-c as well as Republican, the returns tonight indicated the possibility that the next State Legislature will be democratic. The senate wild surely (have a Democratic majorit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1910

I But INDUSM rCREAT IN VIRGINIA Steers Fed on Southwest Virginia Blue Clrass for F.uropeau Tables. JusH two years# ngo I \vn? down fen Southwest Virginia on a seoutlour and slopped over in Ab aptloti the day the Washington Jrkmty Fair oj>ened. \ early every timet. I looked out on the one long street of the town I saw men driving great droves of fat cattle, all young ateers, and supposing for the moment that they wore for exhibition at the tn i.. i J-- ? ' * ??it, l M1IKU MH| l<> II I I'U'Illl Bh tiiatl tMio. whole show at the fair must be inadei up of steers. "The fa.ir [behonged," (remarked my friend, "those neople driving the cattle ldV>n/t know n fa ir is going ^B ion. You Just go down to the deB pot and you will find out all HI about that 'show.' B I went tot the depot and took in fl ax seone\ not soon to be forgotten. B Not less than T>() ,slatted ears B were staruling on the tracks fill edi to their capacity with fine, V f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1910

W. C T. U. COLUMN Ol'I'K'KKM H4Li:>I W. V. T. U. presldeut.?Mrs. Mtmah Hobbe Day. vice-Pre- idents.?Mrs. c. \v. Price. Mr?. M. K. Berry, Mrs. J. K. Shank. Mrs. E. It Moore, Mrs. II. T. Semones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Treasurer.? Mrs. George S. Stevens. NiipertuteiMlentN of Department*. Literature.?Mrs. Clrns. Corbttt. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obencbaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Semones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. I Sunday school.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank, ttclenttilc T inpemnco Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florene" crittentoti Home?Mrs. K U.Moore. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Mag-^lo Whltesell. Press. Mrs. M. II. Oqv. y ** The annua! county convention of (Roanoke county is past history and .'is reports have been furn.ishod the columns of Die tlai'.v papers it wi'l not be necessary for us to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1910

.v3 PUHLISHBD KVKKY TliOUl Salem Printings Pu i Waltkhs, Editok Subscript - ?- One ine Mouth* ^H^^^HHn(Tihrf>o Months, .... Hr phon Shall We Sleep the -Sleep That H^V Knows \o Waking? Several weeks ago through this j^Hf column we called attentloin to H the action of the Lutheran Synod Bjl of Southwest Virginia in appoint^ r tng a committee to take charge Wm of the plan to locate within the bounds of the Syncxl n. female I oy-vl 1 j\ f i*o +/? 1%i \ ii iiil/\i? i 1 li no i*/\ it* 5 + li ra VPJ UD U1LUV1 Itn C >> Itll the co-operation of the Virginia Synod, the Tennessee Synod ami the llolston Synod, to continue the work of Marion Female College. We stated at itliat time that the Synod was disposed to ravor Salem arf a location for this school and called upon the citizens of the town to bestir themp selves to secure this institution. Much to our chagrin this call apparently! fe'.l upon deaf ears, and those who would naturally be expet; tod to take the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1910

pppr"*- -r. -- ? Times-Register and Sentinel. publish bo kveky" thursday. ?toitoieo*o*o?to8|o*oiio*o>to?toi*o | OUR SO DA | ? FOUNTAIN I O WBHVEN THE COOI.KHT AND 2 IT MOST KEFKKNIIIKU SODA, O o MADE BKOMTHK I'CKKST AM) * * MOST WIIOLKSOMK MATEKV. 2 If AIA. O O ... M k o o plenty ok crushkl> fruits fancy * 5 drinks to please by their novelty ^ i if our ick cream is noted for its j smooth richness and purity? 3! O prove its merits. ? our ick cream soda and kuu 2 % drinks are the rest. we serve o o them just to suit your taste. * r? o WE ALSO MARK FKKS1I IIOMK MADE K CAKDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O g CHOICEST LINK OK FANCY FRUITS. ? 2 PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 O SAI.KM, VA, * " * O O * O Ji o S?OjtOi?Oj?OllO A O Wolft O M ROANOKE COLLEGE SALEM VIRGINIA 58th year begins Sept. 14. Courses for degrees, with electives; high standard. Also commercial course Languages, Letters, Mathematices. Philosophy, History,Social and Natural Sciences. Library, 24,000 volumes; working labo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1910

W For the . <iraiHl r\|?i)sHion tl?e l*roducts?l" Virginia Farmers at Kieli tiioixl, Octolier il-H. v. ht . rt; Th" stnte Fair at llk-hmoml.^ the first work in October is 11 first o? ail the Virginia Farmers' ?' Fair, and in the preparations for the fifth annual exhibition. Oc-| S tober JRrd to 8th, 1910. the > management of Hhe Virginia; v State Fair Association lias given- 1 emphasis* to this fnet. With the enlarged grounds an I new build^ x jugs. the Fair this year will j make the largest and finest ex- { position of Virginia farm prod* , ucts ever asseniled. I t An entires building is devoted to farm products and in the classi- . fication and arrangement for ex- ^ hlbits a place lias been provided for samp'es of everything grown. M on Virginia. farms. Corn and to-]4 R bacco have the places of honor, 1 in this great building. The entries in the King Corn Special! will make an imposing array, the 500.(XI to bo distributed in 00 K cash premiums giving a great ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1910

I For Out dotting More IjIvo Stock On Your Farm. The planftT reckon the soil, the animal feeds on the plant, aiul I the fortuity goes back tor the Soil. 'rhin is the Almighty's trinity?the plant. 11k\ animal, the soil?over ami over again in un- . i J ending cycle a . if {the oartlv is to "bo kept fruitful. Any sort of ' farming that tries to oxist with only two of tlie three?tho soil ami ftliio plant?flies in the face of Nature and of (Providence, and can only end in failure and in poverty. And true as this is for other sectnlonw, ut ih even truer for . t?ie South. The Western farmer, whoso land is rich, may grow live stock: .if he chooser. It is a matter of clioiieo with him. But the < Southern farmer, whose land is poor, unust grow live stock if he is to prosper. It's ? matter of necessity1 with him. Doubtless you! do not wish to enter general stock raising now Mr. Average Farmer, hut you ought to have more hogs than you uiira rexfeing.' There's a market for pork and ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1910

^ \ GAYNOR'S CONDITION ^HF ALARMS FRIENDS; Neck :i l)aune Now York.?You might as have thr truth about Mayor GnyIt ;is bound to out |K You read dally of the Mayor's' improvement of condition, oT hisj long walks and all that sort of! thing. You may also recall that thr bu let lias not bron cxtracthis throat. Thr fact is, tho Mayor is thr ^^^^9 object of utmost solicitude. Tho 1 jB^B bullet is lodged so close to ani mBB artery in the throat that the physicians are afraid to go after i jHKs In a man of his age the arteries ^^B an1 .brittle, and tliero is danger WBl that in dis'otlirinir 1 be. "bullet! nti H iirt-M-y may break ami thedistln-j guUhcd patient bleed to death. WB In la'/o'-ving th 4 bullet to remain there is the danger that it may work around and impinge its M meta edge upon an artery. Tills HT 'is the cause of the soTcitude of J the Mayor's friends. His physical condition is being ] ft taken into account by the po'.i tieians; they say that in nomi[ anting him for Governor t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1910

" ?T4 m TD? ' '" kk. WE HAVE ALSO Every Size, Every Quality, MASON'S FRUIT JARS IT + if _ a"d Ev<!ry 1>,ic<!' from H 1 ""> >* <" ^u*** ?onsoliixdcb Sf |M1 T^ 4? gH ^Wmbe, 16, 1903 ? ~??.* "?J fl Johnston, Day & Terry Go. !| | j|/ JJ. -phone 24 l/ Johnston, Day <5 Terry Co. VOLUME 45. SALEM, V'3 11C,IN i A, TH IKSPA Y, SETYVM HER 1910. NUMBER IT LIS! or MONUMENT CONTRIBUTIONS Those Who Helped to Erec the Confederate Memorial in Salem. The following list contains tlu contributions received from the various isources by the Southern Cross' Chapter U. 1). C. composed of the ladies of Salem, who have been, for the past seven years striving with untiring energy to accumulate a fund for the erection of a monument to the Confederate Soldiers of Roanoke CountyThe laudable efforts of the Chapter were crowned with sue w.NN '.viien on the third day of Juno'last oim anlklea'i. npotlon the Court House awn was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1910

I lie publican Campaign Hand book Enaortios the StundWhen woman puivhnacH St(), WOl'tll <)1 WOOlOIl f dress gOOdS.I S4.87i represents the value or the' goods and $5.13 the amount of! - the B This is because of the Payne^^B AldrLrlil ad valorem tariff of 105, B^B per cent': Or, in other words, on flH eaely $1 worth of woolen dross goo<Is imported, the Payne-Aldrich law' levies a tax of $1.05.| Kj^s The consumer must pay the $1 fl value and the $1.05 tariff. or HB $2.03 for one dollar's worth of H goods. ^B This is but one of a thousandj BV 11 lust rat Lions tliat could be sub-; B in it ted to show how the tariff w affects the cost of living. Here is another sample ill us- J I tration for the tariff arithmetio, 1 class which is composed of some L 90.0(X).i)00 American consumers | all) of whom are more or less (lis-! f satisfied i with the awful increase in prices. A suit! of clothes having an im[ port (price of 810, and which costs an Englishman $10 when ( ready ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1910

I W.C.T. U COLUMN oifickkskam:}! w.r.T.i. I President.? Mrs. Mlinali Hobbs Day. ? Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W. Prlee. M rs. M. K. I !l?rry. Mrs. J. M. Shank. Mrs. K. I{ Moore, I Mrs. K. T. Semones. L Recording Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyor. OontipondlD| IlilUlilJ Mil 1 K. Shank. W Trwinrtr Mrs. George S. Stevens. Knpcrlutca><lentN of Depart meitlM. Literature. Mrs. ('lias. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. j Ohenchaln. | Flower Mission.?Mrs. 1$. T. Semones. Medal Contests. - Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors Mrs. G. F. Mover. Sunday school.?Mrs, J. T. Penti. Medical Temperance -Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence crittenton Home?Mrs. F. K.Moore. Social Meetings and lted Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wliltesell. Press. - Mrs. M. 11. Day. Wo .-ire proud of the fact vhat Salami \vL 1 be represented (P. v~.) at the Portsmouth Convention by two delegates. Just which two is not quite certain bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1910

I'UHLIPHKI) KVKUY THUK8D. Salem Printings Pubi Waltkrs, Kpitok Subscriptio One Year, Nino Month? , Six Month? Tli roe |l PHONE |HF \ %v ?y, the high tariff on rub- n bcr docs not Inu t most editors as li MJ affoct? automobile tires. t Things have reached such a t. H^P . pass that the old question "What ? MB \ shall be done with our ex-Rresi- j |^n dents," is one of nationa! defense. v |H " HB Roanoke is trying to secure a ^B . broom factory. If the location of g H such an Industry in this section <j would result in lowering the cost L i ne iniie auu uie (?ray (.011111.? 1 Together. < Press dispatches of the Inst 1 few days tell of an incident that we never expected to happen beI fore tlu> dawn oT the nrtllenium. I During; the enfcampment of the 11. A. It. at Atlantic* Cit.v, when the band played "Dixie" tins g<xul old Southern battle tune was f cheered to the echo by veterans 1 who wore the blue, as were references to leaders of the Confed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1910

I Times-Register and Sentinel. I PUBLISH KD EVERY TIIURSLAY. i feoKoaeoitoaiotto&toKottoatoKoitoitG I | our soda S I | FOUNTAIN I I o NEKVES THE VOOLEMT AK1) ? | If MONT KKFKEKHINti KUDA, O | 2 MAI)K JPKOM THE PHRENTAND * O MO?T WHOLESOME MATEKI. ^ If ALA. O 2 ====== 3 2 PLKNTr OF CRUSHED FRUIT ^ FANCY O DRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIIt NOVELTY j| f OUU ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O 2 SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? *! / O PROVE ITS MERITS. ? |W Q OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO 2 If DRINKS ARE TIIE REST. WE SERVE O W O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. M O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE Jg f CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O y CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. 2 PAUL STAMUS CO. "3 2 SALKM, VA, ? ono3*ononoieoaio3eono*ofco}80ieo)i r?rg ' - ,u I ? | !! 1 fTT ;"OUR STORE" Is yours to use. 1 * H H Come in and meet your friends. I| H Leave your small parcels in our care. II *1 Use our telephones. M ^ Come in and rest. Use the store for your convenience " ?what's here, you put here and ^ H you're welco...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1910

Hr, (KISI1KK LOCALS. Autumn is here. with its etheblue September sky ami its I'. moon-lit nights *le not hideous tii" ast of huntsman's horn ond tii" doleful mouthing of his hounds, ;is they slow y trail over niountaln ridge and ravine chas-? injr tiie oppossuni, raccoon or fox to its ^^0 The farmers are getting "busy HK cutting corn ami pro paring xn? fi<% <l? for wheat and ryo. BV Much, of the corn in this section is irritt and' faulty. C. \. Kerns has the banner'crop mj of this community, Many of his V oars, vJae says, measure approxl mutely, from J2 to 13 Inches in I length. B Thomas Frye recently returned I to this vicinity from a visit to J his relatives and friends in Pennsylvania. H. S. Thomas and family visited relatives Sunday, in Garvin's Cove. F. A. Moses bought sonic fine young cattle of C. N. Ivern re- ' cently. Mr. Moses has become quite a cattle man of late buying ami selling. We presume, he finds it a lucrative business. Mr. Coleman Smith would...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1910

I APPALACHIAN __ EXPOSITIOI Surpasses Expectation?Wrigl Brothers Aeroplane Flights ( Anions the Features. < Knoxvil'le, Tcnn, Sept. 1!1?Su< cess SurpassLug the ,1110st sai gulne anticipations of the pr? moterrt lias boon achlevm b.v tl IL" _ AppfldtLoham exposition during i Pp* firsti week. The great enterprise, tl largest and most coniprehcnsh over I presented I11 the sout opened Its gates last Monday t noon, wit hi every detail complet I This fact alone made the Appi lachaLn. exposition an exceptii In the, history of great fairs, ai is largely, responsible for the d give of pleasure the thousan< op visitors within. Its gatesr ha^ attained. The coming week's progra bids fair to surpass that of ti first uvoek, and tiie attcndain will be correspondingly grcate if the present indications preva Among .the stdliLar attractioJ booked for the week Ls the co: tlnuationc of the aviation tourn: mcnt, with tiie added feature e: traordinary of the Wright broil ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1910

^^^BBggsa ???11 ????? mi i w??u ^T? f KNr RHjfl IH| M HBfi j?j|j tgB IHi wE ^R W OT^^GB jSjWj mmH I i ^EfiSH ;jSwEi |U * W I I I TO DEP< i The Savings Iut ^ vv-i jr vja P. M. to 8:30]|F Savings Deposits r f You i of our Ho I dreds of d I and have Wm I or secure ^H| sure that HHk thority fr HH|l Our ! H SAI ||*| nil HSBHlw' i?, 4 ,a patrowi; [SUES TO ANN *aying Four Per t * )SlTORS: 0k Department will turday from 6:30 5. M. to receive # I can start an account wit] >me Savings Banks FRE] hilars in a few years by it opened and the amoui at the bankjaiid secure o one from our solicitors v they represent the Salei om this bank to solicit a< solicitors are?P. E. Doy arke, J. P. Piche. ;m installed by Bankers ! LEM LO S-AJ TER AND SENTINEL, THUUSD ZE YOUR HO A OUNCE THE O] Cent Interest Con X ' "' ,s'' mS**'*-** >v //*A 7^.\W\Oc.- >VX.. " jiJP f SfcVINGS^ DEPARTMENT \ Salem Coan & Crust o. % ti this bank in any amoun E by s...

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