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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 July 1907

WE ARE AGENTS FOR Chase & Sanborn's FAMOUS BRANDS OF Teas and Coffees Try m package be coaviuced of their tmperior quality. Jolmston, Day & Teitv G). V lj PHONE 34. x r / x ? ? 1 %imm * Mt&i&ttt -HUE)- ^ (Sonaolibalcb <*Wmb? 10, 1003 Hfr SALEMTVIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1907. VUM MK 42. MEERWGFEAT. Tlie LongPHt SftiKle Span C??ncrete RriilRO In America. Coniioots tlio Two Great (lovernliient Plcrn Now Neurlng Coutplotion at Junieatowu JKxposltton. Two grand pierd, each 2,500 feet long, 200 feet wide, connected at the extreme end by the longest sin. gle span concrete bridge in America and the whole illuminated by electric lights aggregating 16,000,000 candle power, is oue of the Government's contributions to the Jamestown Exposition. These piers, enclosing a water basin ooutaimng 1,280,000 square feet of water surface and a denth of teu feet at low tido lilt. Hampton Roads from a central point on the Exposition grouuds, imm...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 July 1907

1 THE 8TOKY OF BABY CORN. A happy mother stalk of corn Held close a baby ear, And whispered: "Cuddle up to 1120, I'll keep you warm, my dear. I'll give you petticoats of green. With inauy a tuck and fold To lei out daily as you grow, For you'll soon be old." A funny little baby that, For though it had no eye; It had a huudred mouths; 'twas well It did not wr.ut to cry; The mother put iu each small mouth A hollow thread of silk, Through which the suu and raiu and air Provided baby's milk. The petticoats were gathered close Where all the threadlets hung, And still as summer days went on t To mother-stalk it cluug, Aud all the time it grew and grew? Each kernel drank the milk By days, by night, in shade, in sun, From its own thread of silk. And each grew strong and full and rouud, And each was shining white. The gores and seauis were all logout, The green skirts fitted tight. ( The ear stood straight and target and tall. And when it saw the suu, Held np its emerald satin gown To say: "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 July 1907

FOR RACE SUICIDE. Women in France Strike Against Motherhood. A PariB letter says: One of the strangest agitations in the ' history of France?or any other nation?is now in progress in i>ormanay ana tirittany. it is an appeal to the women of the nation to "strike" against motherhood. The agitation has been three years in coming to a head. A half-doxeu women started a league in a little town in Northern France, and, year by year it has grown until now the membership runs into the thousands, and the league is strong enough to make its pronouncements public. The propaganda is centered in the towns of Lille, Tourcoing and Mouscron. The walls of these towns and of villages and hamlets near by are covered with flaring sheets, proclaiming a general strike against increasing the population, and begging women to refrain from motherhood. Hands of women, apostles of the movement,are also traveling through the country holding meetings for men and women, and distributing pamphlets and l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 July 1907

4 ?alfra &imes-|teg PUBL18BKD EVERY THURH Salem Printing arid C. P. DBNI W. W. McCLUNO. I Subscripti IIAI) A CLOSE SHAVE. The recent contest for the nomination for the State Senate in the district composed of the city of Lynchburg and the county of Campbell was an interesting one from several standpoints, but more particularly because of its bearing on the personal popularity of Senator John W. Daniel. The successful candidate was Mr. Don P. Halsey, a nephew of Senator Daniel, and he defeated his opponent, Senator A. F. Thomas, the incumbent, by the narrow margin of about 150 majority. Mr. Thomas, in his campaign openly and persistently avowed his opposition to the re-election of Senator' Daniel, and the friends of that gon-1 tleman, as well as of Mr. Halsey, plead strongly with the voters to j turn him down because of that posi-1 tion; and yet Mr. Thomas carried Campbell county by a good majority, while Mr. Halsey was barely saved by the vote of the city. It, therefore,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 July 1907

CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. POIt T1IK 8EHATE. Ah a Democratic candidate for State , Senator from thin district, 1 hereby solicit the support of the voters. If nominated and elected I ahull serve my constituents with zeal and fidelity, giving especial attention to those matters which more nearly effect the people in their every day life, such as the hetterineut of the roads and the CXtAnHion Itnd Itimpnrnmanf nf 4-lvs* public school system. 1 shall among other measures, ad vocate the adoption of a law which will make the selection of a "single book list" compulsory upon our school boards, thus iriving to the people cheaper echool books. Respectfully, John M. Hart. ANNOUNCKMKNT. To the Democratic voters of the Fourth Senatorial district of Virginia:? 1 hereby annouuee myself a candidate for the State Senate from the diatrict composed of the cities of Roanoke and Radford and the oounties of Roanoke and Montgomery, subject to the Primary to be held on Tuesday, July ItOth, 1907. Very Resp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 July 1907

i) W. C. I. II. COLUMN ?" ri< i.iiH s *i.i;n w. v. T. i;. President - Mrj?. Mltnali llotibe Day. V I'-iiIji. -Mrs. I. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N.' tiro* n, Mrs. .lulta Strohecker, Mrs. K. It Moore, Mrs. W. II. Koldnson. o.oi Jlnic Secretary.-Miss Mary Strlcklaud.l Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whltescarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. It. Olllard. Ntippriulrntlrulii ul l>?jiiirtinrnU. KvaniccUsra and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. j otM>ticnal n. Klorciicr Crlttunton Home. ? Mrs. K. It. : Moore. Mriial Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Oravoly Stevens. I Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. li. Whltesonrver. Work union* Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. <5. K. I Moyer. ?>>< t(i! Meetings and Ited l,?tt?>r l?a.v.- Miss Mnmtie M'tilteselI. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. I'oiiu. I.itcruturc- Mrs. K. S. Campbell. I Tillt Tl V KS-UlUISTKK AM? SKNTINRI., ?t their request, has placed a column at the dispiwul of the earnest and faithful women of the W. 13 T. Unio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 July 1907

Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find Out. Kill a bottle or comtiion glass with your water atul let it staml twenty-four hours; s . g f?L asedimentorsetr>y I tlingindicatesan dition of The kid\y A'h/ ' V n?ysif it stains ! your litieu it is J ev'dcnce of kidjLCl vl/'ifj' jXi-ri \ ney trouble ; too Hn frequent desire to pass it or pain " ' * ^ iu the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys auu oia<iucr arc ?ui or orucr. What To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to g<> often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 July 1907

6 ALMOST EtiiiAl TO FLYING. UII& y Minute Electric Traiu. Satnrday Wiiliaiu K. Yacder frit* Jr. who** special departlu-nt in (!m Vauderbilt villein i* authorit\ o?^ the elcctrifloatiou of the Wm' SIkk* railroad, had a gratification iiyua; to that of the earlier ueoera iOOs ot Vaoderbilts wlieu the record run wae made from New York to Buffalo ?>v?*r the New York Ce?tr>t2. A leraouBtl atioii was uiudeou Saturdav of the ability of the electric motor* to haul hu ordiuary passenger trail* from Utica to 8yraeuseat. a maintain ?ed ej#e*ii of nearly ti mil a umiute That Dpved wi?s exceeded during a portion of the trip. The distance between the two cities U nearly forty<ive utiles. The expermiueutul run uiade iu 6b uiiouns. The expetituetits that were made on 8 a'urday were so satisfactory esto ju-tify an installment of electfiel rr.wii.1 t? weeu the two cities, upon rJx-i trieks of ilti West Shore railway lining with thi< week. It tues...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 July 1907

/ WE ARE AGENTS FOR Chase & Sanborn's FAMOUS BRANDS OF Teas and Coffees s Try a package and be convinced of their superior quality. Most , lljji Tern Co. PHONE 24. I7AT TTlffn ac\ J tSf > ?onsolibrttcb ^oombei; 16, 1903 * j K0> /* . jv* l i:. &;> ?? v,.$r ' ., ", \1 1 ????? 4?I II ??? ????? SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1907. v UL/Uiurj HE COULPNT W. Bur Poor Fool Christian Sclentlxt Hit the Earth a Fatal Thud. THOUGHT HE COULD FLY. Now York, July 23.?Eugeue' Howe was a plauer and polisher of hardwa d parquet floors, and did well : o his trade up to last May. At this time Howe and his wife, Bertha, moved their belongings into the top floor of the four-story and basement browustoue residence of Dr. Gregory C'ostigan. at 03 West Sixty-eighth strbet. i At the Central Park west end of the block on which the Costigau house is situated is the Second Church of Christ Scientists. IIowc dropped in there to see and hear. The husky...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 July 1907

1 ml NATIONAL AFFAIRS Ah iMtercitlui; uf Neww From The Nation's Capital. mmi nTulnr tn?rro?pon<lcnt.) Washington, I>. C , July 23.? The probloin of finding recruits for the army becomes in reasingly difficult with each year, and the desertions are so numerous as to give considerable anxiety to the officers in all parts of the country. It is believed that when Brig. (Jen. Bell said in a recent speech that "There is something wrong with the arn?yf" a statement which created something of a sensation in the War Department at Washington, he referred to this serious condition. Secretary Taft, when interviewed on the subject of Ben. Bell's Vemark, said that he did not know of anything that was the matter with the army except that there was not enough of it. A sot of statistical tables is now being compiled by the general staff of the army which is expected to substantiate this statement and be suggestive of some remedial measure for that condition. It will bo made the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 July 1907

LIGHTNING'S DANGERS (jow of Life Greater Than In Commonly Supposed. in this country we have no meaua of ascertaining precisely what is the amount of mischief done by lightning. In France and Germany statistics on the subject are systematically tabulated by the government every year. If complete statistics were accessible there can be little % doubt they would show that the an nual loss of life and property is far greater than is commonly supposed, in one respect the damage is often greater than it need be, even apart from any consideration of lightning conductors. During tire or six days in the sQmmer of 1484 it was estimated by a competent authority that besides other mischief not less than 600 animals of one sort or auother in England were killed by lightning, most of them being sheep and cattle in the Held. In all such casualties it is usual to regard the carcasses as unfit for human food, and they wore ordinarily buried. TbiB summer has been especially disastrous. In various par...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 July 1907

1 J?.Unu ?iiwcs-|Ugi I'UUL1BHRD EVKUV TIIUHSO Salem Printing and C. n. DKN1T, W. W. MCCLUNU. Ill Subseriptic Out* Year .... Nine Mouth* . ..... wfx Months Three Mouths - PHONE THE LAW?WHAT 18 IT! A case has recently been brought in the courts of Richmond to test j the constitutionality of the statute j conferring upon clerks of courts the i power to probate wills and grant ! letters of administration, a ltgisla- 1 tive provision that has been of great ^ convenience and benefit to the general public since the change in the j court system in this State, its most of the counties now have only four terms of court in a year. The decision of the case by the Supreme Court, to which it will ultimately be submitted, will be awaited with deep interest, as there are grave questions involved in it, since thousands of cases where trust funds have been handled are at stake in the matter. The more we see of such cases the more deep-rooted becomes the conviction that the law is too often made for t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 July 1907

CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR TIIK 8BRATE. As (v Democratic candidate for State ; Seuator from this district, I hereby solicit the support of the voters If nominated aud elected I shall serve *my constituents with zeal aud fidelity, giving especial attention to those matters which mora nearly effect ttie people lu their every day life, such as the betterment of the roads and the extension and improvement of tho public school system. I shall among othnr measures, ad voeute the adoption of a law which will make the selection of a "single hook list" coinpulsoty upon oig school boards, thus giving to the people cheaper school hooks. Respectfully, John M. Hart. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democratic voters of the Fourth Senatorial district of Virginia:? 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the State Senate from the district composed of the cities of Roanoke and Radford and the counties of Roanoke snd Montgomery, subject to the Primary to be held on Tuesday, July :$0th, 1907. Very Rcspoctfu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 July 1907

J> f W. C. T. U. COLUMN! urrictwi nau:s w. v. t. v. President.?Mr*. Mimnh Ifobbs Day. *loe-Prw>lil?DU.?Mn. I*. M. Lev, Mrw. A. N. Hrowu, Mrs. Julia Strobccker, Mrs. K. K. Moure, Mrs. W. II. Koblnsuii. Keeurdiutr Secretary.- Mibh Mary Strickland. Correspjodlutc Secretary.?Mrs. W. II, Whitescar vor. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. it. Oilier.I. Super iuteinlculN ol Ilvparliuruls. ftvuntceUsrii and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obencbaln. Florence Crltteriton Home.? Mrs. K. li. Moore. Medal Contests.-Mrs. Lucy Oravely Stevens. Flower Mission.? Mrs. W. It. Whiteaearver. Work anionic Soldiers und Sal Iocs--Mrs. G. K. M?yer. Social Meetings and Kod I?ottcr I)ay.?Miss Maitide Whitened. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. I'uim. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. [TlllC TlMBvUKolTTKn A NII SKSTIKBI,, at their request, hns placed a column at whe dispo&al of the earnest aud faithful wqpien of the W. ?1 T. llnion who will have Aitire charge of it, and be responsible for all matter therein It p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 July 1907

Bftea Tie Kidneys Are Weakened by Oier-Work. metocjltkj Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to bo considered tliat only ?rin.irjr md bladder troubles were to be ' traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that in the disorder of I ^w]y3'r these most important ?3^ and purify the Mood? " * v iimi is iiieir work. Therefore, when your kidneys are weak or oul of order, you can understand how quickly your entire Ixxly is affected and lio\v every organ seems to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, l)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you arc sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It ^tauda the highest for its wonderful cures *( the most distressing cases, and is sold a its merits by all ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 July 1907

\ : THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEASANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers us They Join The 'tome Cirole. IIKR MONUMENT. She built it herself, and *he did not know that sho had a| monument. Sho lived iu it, but! she did not know that it existed. I Hor monument waR her home. It grew so quietly, as quietly as1 a flower grows, and no one] know?she did not know herself?how much she had doue| to tend and water and train it. Her husband had absolute trust in b? r. H<* earned the money: she expended it And as she pu' as much thought iu her expenditure as he put iu his earning, each dollar was doubled in the expending. She had inherited that mysterious faculty j which wo call taste, and ehoj culcivuted it with fidelity.Every home she visited she studied,. though it were a museum or an art gallery; and from every visit she brought away some thot which came out of her loving i imagination tit to its appropriate place in hor own home. She! was too geui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 August 1907

WE ARE AGENTS FOR Chase & Sanborn's FAMOU8 BKAND8 OF Teas and Coffees Try * package anil be convinced of their sui>erior quality. Joiioslon, Dav & Terry Co. PHONE 24. I VOLUME^ Silent ? hues + -HUE)- . (Sonsolibateb Sentinel QTlouembee 16, 1903 * i SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1907. AMERICAN APPLES. Kffcct of Hun .Tos?? Seal** oil Hliipmnut ol' Applet* to Ucrtuany. Fruit growers will remember that, a few years ago, Germany was determined to exclude American fruits from her markets in order to prevent the introduction of the iSan .lose scale. This was carried to the extent of attempting to exclude evaporated fruits and it was only after the most vigorous protests that this ruling was changed. Our fruits are admitted now, but must he free from San Joae scale and other dangerous i v injurious insect peats. These facts are brought out clearly by the following extract from a letter just received by this office from one of the largest firms impor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 August 1907

) w SOOTHING COLORS. itemarkahle I'il'oc) On People guttering from Serious Mental Disorders. A physician was just entering a ward in oue of tlio Nodern ius itie asylums of the day. The attendants were busy; very busy. A patient?a fine, athletic man of middle age?had succeeded in fighting off the keepers who were struggling to irof o uf raiirioolfrtt ?-vt? ti i U U cut */ll II nil. He Hung about the ward, raviug, growling deep in his anger like a wild beast, and the bailled keepers were closing warily upon him for the third time when the asylum physician appeared. The doctor watched the scene a moment. Then he issued a curt command, "Take him to the blue room/' he ordered. Five attendants closed in upon the maniac, live pairs of brawny arms pinioned the struggling man's arms to his sides, another watchful keeper Hung open the door of a box-like elevator, and the six men were dropped swiftly down to where another opeu door awaited them. In the midst of his keepers the lunatic was hust...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 August 1907

PAPER CURRENCY. Interesting Facts in Regard to Various Issues of P^per Money. Some half a dozen men in this country make a specialty of collecting: the different varieties of United States paper money. Chief among: them are H. R. Drowne and G. II. Blake, of New York, who jointly produced the paper on the history of money in tne United States resent ly read by Mr. Drowne at a meeting of the American Numismatic aud Archaelogical Society. Mr. Blake exhibited at the same time the bills referred to in the paper. Among the United States issues of paper money first came the demand notes, which gave rise to the name of greenbacks. Congress, on July 17, 18G1, authorized an issue of paper of the denominations of $.*>, 10, and $20, of which $1-,000,000 went at 1 once in the circulation. These notes were made payable in Now York, Philadelphia, Boston, Cincinnati, and St. ] Louis, the idea being to distri- i butc the redemption as much as possible aud not to embarrass 1 any one partic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 August 1907

v _4 -^alcrn #tme$-gUi| Pl'ULlSHBD KVKKY THUttS Salem Printing and C. I>. DBN1 W. W. MeCLUNO. I Subscripti Que Year N i up Lion (lis ..... ;_ ?: .. ?.n... Ol A Three Mentha PHON] A SPLENDID ENDORSEMENT. Though defeated for the Senatorial nomination in this district, our townsman, O. L. Stearnes, Esq., lias every reason to be proud of the splendid vote lie received in Salem and this county, where lie is best known, and from a people among whom he lias lived for many years, winning and holding their respect and esteem by a career of usefulness, loyalty and devotion to all that stands for the welfare and best interests of the community. Out of nearly three hundred votes cast in Salem lie received all but nine, and his vote in all the county precincts except two, was practically unanimous. The zeal and loyalty of his friends and admirers at home is a bright feature in a contest so splendidly conducted, even though lost, and never was this loyalty of friends more richly deserv...

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