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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 November 1910

?KST OK EAKTH Royal Patent Fruit Jars tWB HAVtf ALSO MASON'S FRUIT JARS ANI) JELLY GLASSES h? 0, m n. > S$aici.u <Tuucs?Rcniofcr (Slonssolibateb Scutiucl '^Tlotxjmbcir i(j, J903 o SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NC)VEMBER 17, 1910. fiiuuusiuii, vd'j ql icrry liu. TUONE 24 VOLUME 45. Salem Finally and T Location for < Action Not Accomplislied Without Strong Opposition From Those Who VVlslic<l It to ICeliiiiin at Marion. As announced in this papor last week the Synod of the Lutheran I Church in Southwest Virginia Jk met Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 V o'clock in College Lutheran church to act upon the report of the Joint Commission appointed some\ time ago to decide upon a location for a female college to be under the joint care of the Virginia Synod and the Syno 1 of Southwest Virginia to succeed I Marion College. As is well W r known, this Commission after A careful examination of the various sites offered and an extended session in Salem, decided ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 November 1910

'2 ^ STARTED WITH |? NOTHING: r c Mauy Oreat lousinesses Were t FoiiihUmI On Small 1 / Capital. * i It is really remarkable how > many of the greatest firms in England today should have been i started wifii v<.pv ihsi?? nn?i+?i . X t , I? V VIV v HJ'l 111 I ^ Take the case of Whiteley's, a , i Hrm which is going to build a j new homo for itself at a cost of ? ?250,000. Its creator, the late ; : ^ William Whitele.v was a little 11 )ver 30 years of age * when he | i ound himself possessed of ?200 With this small capital he took 1 i shop and engaged an assistant. Today the firm employs an : irmy of 0,000 assistants, does in annual trade that runs into I even figures, and prides itself m being able to supply any 1 fling. The founder of it left 1,200.000 for the purpose of providing homes for aged and respectable people of limited i leans, and the payment of this enormous sum will not nffonf i ho business. which is anion# I ondon's greatest. And all this ffom an ini...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 November 1910

f W. C. T. y. COLUMN OFFICEIIS OK SALEM W. C. T. V. "resident?Mrs. Mlmah 11 obits Day. i4 Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. E. 8hank. > Kecordlntr Secretary?Mrs. !\ 11. Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy (Iravely Stevens. Vice-Presidents?Mrs. Chas. Price, Mrs. Geo. Moyer, Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mrs Lucy Kuhl, and Mrs. II. T. Semones. nf nomirtmontfl. ? Almshouse and Evangelism?Mrs. C. E.Obenshuin. literature?Mrs. C. W. Price. Medal Contests?Mrs. Ciias. Corbltt. Florence Crit.r.enton Home and Purity?Mrs. K. It. Moore. Press?Mrs. M. H. I)av. tunday School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. .octal Moetlnirs and lted Letter Days?Miss Maggie Whltesoll. ' -lower Mission?Mrs. Clias. Wilson, deflioal Temperance?Mrs. J. E. Khnnk. olenllflc Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. lotliers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Tnfermcnted Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. [The Times-Register and Sentinel, at. their > 'quest, has placed a column at the disposal ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 November 1910

4 ^aicm limes-lleij PUBLISHED EVBRY TIIUH8 Salem Printings Pub F. 11. Wai.tkrs, Kihtoh , Subscripti ()?>?? I'mir ... Nine Mont hp, Six Mont hp,- ..... Tliroe Months, .... PHONE llasn't this seemed a peaceful week with no thundcrings from Oyster Bay? Our esteemed contemporary, the Roanoke Evening News, recently carried an article on the first page headed "Snow Storm Here Two Years Ago." How is that for> up to the minute news I service? m He will he a poor Democrat who cannot afford a turkey on Thanksgiving day. He can charge the expense to "The good times coming."?Norfolk Virgin ian Pilot. Very pood; but who will the merchant charge it to during the badl times prevailing? A The Girls* School Assured. & Lt i? with genuine pleasure S that the people of Salem and this section learn of the final L action of the Lutherans of Vir} ginia in establishing beyond any doubt[ a high grade school for young ladies in our midst. We have never entertained any doubt ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 November 1910

? Times-Register and Sentinel. published kvkily thursday. ttoieoseoitoitoatobtoar.orioatoatoitovto | our so oas v i fountain i o NKRVEN TII i;; IYOOITKST AND ? it MOST""!'RKFHKWM MN? t- SODA; o 2 MADE VltOW TDK PVRKNTA^U * i-' o MONT WIIOLKKONK 1NATF.RI. ? a? aim. o 2 ===================== * PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY V;:^. O DRINKSTO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY ? [ OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? fg SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITS MERITS. & O OUF ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO 2 V DRINKS ARE THE BEST. AVE SERVE O O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. * O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOMEMADE j| f CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O y CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. 8 PAUL STAMUS CO. 5 ^ NALEN, VA, * o?ao)io3to??ofco)io)tc)io)to)?o3cottoli ELECTRIC LIGHTS AVE YOUR ELF JTRIOAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS . W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY ''9 'Phone 85?Salem 'Phone 035?Roanoke Consumers Coal and , Supply Company lOtli A Tci?i?phs?m> NIn., near OIimm Plant...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 November 1910

f COOPERATION AMONG FARMERS A greati deal is "being said for j^H and against co-operation among the farming class nowadays. There seems, however, to l?e a gi nrral opinion among the most reliable writers, that the best thing that the farmers of the B country can do is to organize themselves into co-operative bnd B ies for the advancement of their H| interests, botli individually and |HH collectively. To this end they advocate, to a great extent, tiie I banding together of the farming class of the entire country Into OI1P frrontl union -tu ho Kiihdlviil Ied into smaller <livisions. This is no doubt a good and splendid idea, and we heartily approve of it, if only the correct methods arc used, and reliable men are appointed to the positions of control, but what ap-? peals to us more strongly than any union of this sort is co-operation among neighbors. The \\ Progressive Farmer illustrates g it In a very simple and effective I vay. | "Suppose A has three 01 four acres of stum...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 November 1910

ry For fhu ELLISTON LETTER. I Mr HarveT Oliver, of Parrs V?.. visited his uncle, Dr. W. E. Oliver, tliis week. "Mrs. Annie Campbell has boon sick for several days. Mr. J. S. Campbell, Jr., left Monday to take an Express run between Norfolk and Farmville. Mrs. M. Byerle has returned from an extended visit to relatives in risgah, Va. s Section foremen J. Branch and M. Byerle have received $25.00 and $15.00 respectively as a prize for well kept sections. Mr. Branch, father of Mr. J. Branch, who has been seriously ill is improving. Mrs. Kate Moses is able to go round on crutches after a two months confinement with a broken limb. If any body enjoys reading "linllV HoV'h" i + <>?nc ln+ ? ?? a VV/UIW lot, IUUIII send him a postal card. Don"! wait until ho is dead and then throw the "bouquets at him as is the usual custom. It is learned with deep regret that Rev. W. L,. Naff lias tendered his resignation from this: work on account of ill health.! It is understood that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 November 1910

8 . NATTOML FOREST = fIRE DAMAGE' Thmiu'ikIoiis L'txs in Montana mxl Norilirm lilalio. A roue:h estimate <>r the fire 1< ss upon the National Forests in Moutuna an I northern Idaho, up on wmit'll me forest orricers or Hie 1". S. Department of Aprieuituro have been enjrasced since tiie fires were put out, puts the :cfil amount of timber kill ui or slro.vetl in this one district at . ? ('? billion board feet. while ; r> area burned over is put at over 1 1-4 million acres. L The heaviest losses were in two Idaho Forests, the Four T Alone where over 3 million b.oard feet oT timber are rear *1 killed or destroyed and ovtfr 450000 acres burned, and tiie Clearwater, where 1 billion. ^ feet of timber were killed oi destroyed and 300 thousand 1 acres burned!- over. On the Ilel? v <>ua National Forest, in Montana | the loss in timber is believed to f have boon- 500 million Toot. on I tiie Cabinet Forest 400. and on j i? t _i_ i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1910

HE8T ON EARTH Royal Patent Fruit Jars WE HAVE ALSO MASON'S FRUIT JARS AND JELLY GLASSES Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'PHONE 24 VOLUME 45. " - "or . , - $ . CSonsolibaleb |^ ^oocmbct ib% 1003 ? ~ 1 i^??- ._.'!* ' .. >.' _ .' ? SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1910. THE FIRST THANKSGIVING The Story of How the I>ay Was Spent Nearly Three Hundred Years Ago. It was in the warm sweet days of the "Indian summer" in an early November, nearly three hundred years ago that a happy group, numbering Saxon and savage, gathered upon the gentle slope of "Captain's Hill" to celebrate in a three-days' feast a season of thanksgiving to God for the blessings o.ml mercies that had come to them as dwellers in a new home in a new land This was the first "Thanksgiv-j ing." The stern, serious I'll-! grip: fathers, under the direction! r.i the gentle, peace-loving Gov-! ernor Bradford, thought it right to pause for a season in their ea-j ger rush after tho golden fruits ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1910

I f2 . MOVING PICTURES * CURING INSANITY Motion pictures, the latent and t best cure for insanity. ilj Tlio ranks of St. L.ouis scion-i n tints will be swelled with the aid-1 \ d it Ion of Doctor Henry S. At-'v Kins, superintendent of the St. 1 Louis Insane Asylum, who has 1 lias discovered that the restless 1 eye of the lunatic must he the 1 medium through which insanity ' may he cured by moving-picture < entertainments. The eye and 1 the moving picture? these are 1 his tools. Nothing can so divert, ' tlie mind as a variety oT things 1 seen, and variety seems essen- 1 tlal to the correction of mcnt-J al errors. Hence the ever ehnng- < ing moving pictures. f For more than a year Dr. At- 1 kins has been subduing the elia-! 1 otic minds of 700 lunatics by the 1 quiet fascination found in watch- \ ing the flitting shadows that mnt?r?V? 4 1.., ..? LJ VIA uci W1C Lilt" tSJH'riilini'S Oil ' the canvas. And slowly hut ' surely the hallucinations, fears i and phantom t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1910

W.C.T J. COLUMN OFFK'RKH OF NALEH W. V. T. I). President?Mrs. Mlmah llobbs Day. CorrespondliiK Secretary?Mrs. J. E. Shank, according Secretary?Mrs. I*. H.Clark. Treasurer? Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. vice-Presidents?Mrs. chas. Price, Mrs. Geo. Moyer, Mrs. J. E. Shauk, Mrs. Lucy Until, and Mrs. 11. T. Semonee. Kuiiorluli'iiiloiilN of lft*|mrtmciatM. Almshouse and Evangelism -Mrs. C. E.Obenr sliain. Literature-Mrs. C. W. Price. Medal Contests?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. Florence Critfcenton Home and Purity?Mrs. K. R. Moore. Press?Mrs. M. H. Day. sun?lay School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Goo. Moyer. social Meetings and Red Letter Days?Miss Maggie Whltesell. wiower Mission?Mrs. Chas. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. F.. Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unfermented Sacramental Wlno?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. Possibly some little confusion may have arisen regarding World's Temperance Sunday since the Intervj ? r......

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1910

I 4 Jalcm lamcs-^le^ PUBL1PHKD BVKRY THDK8 Salem Printings Pub F. B. Wai.tkks, Bin TO it i Subscripti One l'oar, Nino Mouth*. ..... Six Month", TlirHo Months. .... _ PHON1 Thanksgiving. It seems to be the history of nations that as the causes of thankfulness to Almighty (5od for His mercies multiply, the expression of that thankfulness decreases. The foundations of faith in which this Dation was laid seemed to portend a departure from this rule, and the history of the earlier years seemed to hear this out, but in later years as prosperity increased the proper observance of the special day set apart for public services ot thanksgiving declined perceptibly. A 8 compared with that first Thanksgiving Day, when a band of Pilgrims knelt upon the none too friendly shores of a new country, surrounded by hostile savages and oppressed by sickness, and offered to Providence their thanks for preservation, how thankful should we be for the blessings that surround us in such abundant measure. As ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED KVRKY THURSDAY. ?eoKo?eo8t.o?eos(o8Koitoiio?toteo?to?to 2 OUR SO DA | f FOUNTAIN tv? NV:KVKN th?;* GOOIMT AI7I? 2 IT MONT LltKFKKKimo O 2 MAni: TROW TWK PCBKvrAiyb * 5 wovr W)IOI,KNOMK HATRiii 2 Fu - ^ X AL?. o o - X \ x ?- 2 O PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * ? DRINKSTOPLKASK BY THEIR NOVELTY ? if OUU ICE CBEAM IS NOTED FOR ITS g 2 SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? ? O PROVE ITS MERITS. J| ? OUU ICE CREAM SODA AND EGG 2 V DRINKS ARK THE BEST. WE SERVE O o THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. X 0 WE ALSO MAKE KRKS1I HOME MADE & X CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O g CHOICEST LINK OF FANCY FRUITS. ? 1 PAUL STAMUS CO. 3 O NALEM, VA, M *aao;*oao}?oMofeo*o;?o)ioifloMoiio}i "electric LIGHTS AVE YOUU ELECTRICAL WORK DONE RY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Phone 635?Roanoke Consumers Coal and Supply Company 101 It A- TonneNNCc NIn., noarOliutn Plant PHONE NO. in* POCAHONTAS f| H 4 T RED ASH AND I . ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1910

T) For Out \ VIEWS Of AN ! APPIF FXPFRT !>Ir. Shubert Makes I iiterestinjr j Statement CoiM'oriiint; Apple Industry _ j Mi*. Shubert. traveling industri-l al ap;eiit for the Norfolk and Won!cm*u railway, was askcnl by a pee at leman of Salem, last week, a number of questions about the apple prowinir industry of Roanoke county; what experience was necessary to make a success of tho business; about the plie .modal yield from Roanoke county orchards, and a number of other questions along the! same line. Mr. Shubert's ans-j vvers to some of these questions are very interesting to those ^ who are now engaged in that; particular line of agriculture in the county, as well as to those who keep an orchard for their own individual use. In speaking of the experience i necessary for the work he stat-j od that n man contemplating going into tho fruit raising industry should acquaint himself with the orchard conditions or his locality; that is. ho should learn what diseases are prevale...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1910

For Out , WASTE PLACES [ ON THE FARM A Little Labor and Dynamite Would Make It. Vastly Illorc Profitable. There were just five acres in the field, but there were some other things there that prevented the farmer from growing a crop on all of thosea^res. About seveu feet was given over to weeds along the wire fenec, where two or three feet was ample and grass should have grown there. Two large stumps and four smaller ones occupied good ground and were in the way of tools. Two or three wagon loads of stone?, varying in size from that of a half brick -to that of a fair sized watermelon, were scattered over the land, and a gully was making fair headway at one side of the field. Things had been this way for some time. Plows and harrows had been bumping over the stones, around stumps and dodging the weeds and bushes along the fence, and the wash had been ignored. In two or three hours two men could 1....... .nmntiail ot.x.w.r. f.. ? 1 i. jl&ivir icuivivu tuc otuiico. JLII UUUl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1910

8 ELL1ST0N LETTER. 1 Mr. H. Plount. anil family, of Christiansburjr, visited his parents. here last week. i 1 Mrs. NY. 11. Crawford is visiting relatives in Illueksburg. The infant elilHl of Mr. and Mrs. N. StClair is better. It has 1 be .mi very low with pneumonia. 1 Mr. Matt Murray, of Lurich, ' visited his sister, Mrs. C. F. Taylor, Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. E. \V. Davis, of,. Salem. visited their son, Dr. L. M>.; Davis, last week. Mr. James .Tones, of this place j had the misfortune to get his | log broken while, at work with a signal gang on the Pocahontas Division last. week. It is understood that a small boy placed a j rock on the rail which wrecked . the lever ear on which Mr. Jones | v\as riding, lie was brought ( hero Saturday and pla-i\! under l the care of company surgeon. L. M. Davis. 1 Kent and Robert Moses, who 1 were recently indicted for as- i sault on I'. II. Butt were sent on ? to tlio grand jury. Their trlAl i will coine up during the Decern- i bor term of ...

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

Novv's the Time Here's (he Place to buy raisins, currants figs, dates, grape fruits, oranges lemons, citron buckwheat flour Johnston, Day & Terry Co. tflone 24 V 5 cttt ?it* Bffliotft C?lon?oiib?feb 'HHowembcr ifr, i903 # ! SALEM, VIRGINIA TIiURSPAY, DECEMBER 1 TTlTlO. VOLUME 45. KIDNAPPED BOY I SOLD FOR $20.00; Slianglinleri From Boston, lie Readies Washington Al'ter Terrible Ordeal. Washington.?Shanghaied in Hoston. kept a prisoner 011 two Ti.shinir boats, the last mio a Chesapeake oyster dredger; man-| handled and cruelly treated for almost three months, and. after "being physically wrecked, dumped like a sack of old1 bones in the dead of night at Colonial Beach, Peter Oscar .Jepson, 17 years old, is recuperating at the hotel and restaurant of (J. W. Sellers. 3181 12th street northwest. Few j boys his age have undergone the adventures that have been the! lot of young Jepson in the last! three months, according to his^ story. Jepson is the son of J. P. J op- j son. of ...

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

2 VIRGINIA GIRLS AND BOYS TEACH EFFICIENCY. Reports of Pupils a Revelation and Inspiration to a New York Teaelier. Deeply affected b.v what she had just seen nti<l heard of what Virginia is doing toward the 1 duration of her hoys and girls 11)]* real lire. Miss Julia Riehman one of New York city's foremost educators, declared at the recent Educational Conference that she will take hack to the metropolis more than she brought to Virginia. She was going home, she said, to find out why the children of her own state were not getting the advantages given to those of this commonwealth. In some future year, she said, she might return to Richmond and tell the teachers of Virginia that there was not so much semi-cfflclency in New York as in 1010, because it had put into effect the suggestions she had 1 1- ? M * 1 J uriiu^iil wick iroin mis store. Mies Uiehman said tlir? 1 wore it not too Into, she would change tlio title of hor add rose from "Tlio Cause of American SemlEffieienc.v...

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

I h FETypl ?vri ekn or N.\li:n w. r. t. tt. ftreadrtent?Mrs. Mlinah Hobbs Day. Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. K. Shank. ^ Hecordln* Secretary?Mm. P. II. Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens, vice-President*?Mrg. Chas. Price, Mrs. Geo. Moyor, Mrs. J. K. Shank, Mrs. LuCy Huhl, and Mrs. B. T. 8einones. NiipcrlMlMKlrni* of l)opnrtnioit(N. Almshouse and Evangelism ?Mrs. C. E.Obeti" Literature? Mrs. C. W. Price. m (mIh l Contests?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. H Florence Crlt teuton Home and Purify ?Mrs. K. K. Moore. Press ? Mrs. M. II. Day. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Goo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors ?Mrs. Geo. Mover. B Social Meetings and lied Letter Days?Miss r , Maggie Whltesell. Flower Mission?Mrs. Chas. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unfermenfced Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. [The Times-Register and Sentinel, at their request, has placed a column at. th" disposal of the earnest...

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

I jtalem iimes-i&qji PUBLISHED BVEHY THUUSL Salem Printings Pubi K. U. Wai.tkhs, Kuitok a Subseripti< *~ .. . V^lio *. rr\ i , Nine Mont lit*, Six Month", Three Month*, .... PHOMl Won't Ills Congressional Rrcorcl look queer when it appears as a Democratic publication? -till th3 work t?f road building go s on. Li?e county has just voted $2(>4,000 of bonds for this purpose. ??m ? If Champ Clark is elected Speaker of the House, we venture to say ho will have plenty of mule driving to do even iT lie omits his promised stunt on Pennsylvania avenue. Whatever may ho said or Teddy's failure to "come back," the annual appearance of Christinas toys in the shop windows shows clearly that the Teddy Bear has not shared his fate. "Mrs. Berger, the wife of the Socialist congressman, says that there should be an equal division of a man's salary between himself and his wife." Now if the Socialist party will advance some method by which us men can get "our'n," before...

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