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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 November 1907

I ?v f fWK M i ?pg V ||i 1 Cor Grocery u p rtnmt f ^. * xm X * ?mp e to rags up 1 -?SS^ 3&U*1tl WW "? KMliW III 11:1 si SOV^^'out . :iO(f (troutpC "t'*-U*i??n. 1 ?'jK HUio AM) lOUTHb Call Kid eteo us. Y..ur-truly, HUM'S AT PK CB8 Moston, Day k T?j Co. <son*o?bai?b ^?^]pj|,ff j? J, Tnwmb?m*. 7^ ? ,,. ? A ronfs for lliilcpnior Hosiery PHONK 34. nwA* a .d K yal Worcestei Coraeta iMI 1 "PLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1907. NUMBER 24 NATIONAL AffAiRS Au Interesting ICiMtiM't ol" New From The Nation's C?pi<al. Ifroo our regular oori-coporxtont.) Washington, I* C., I Nov. 5, 1007. I Treasury nfticials are agreeably surprised at the number of bank* throughout the country which have already indicated their purpose t?> comply with the suggestion of th< Comptroller of the Currency that additional circulation be taken out. The Comptroller now has in vaults national currency to tinamount of $167,000,000, and al though a co...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 November 1907

I PENSIONS DECREASE Snarly O-i.- Million in t li?> (.'oiirii- <>f a V?* -r?The I.iinI Wltl<?\% ?!' I ' | ?t? Dic ing til? Year. Ill a r?*ii.?p?. r.-piotM wjih in. tPrOHlinif ?i 11 i f??p ho fl ! yoj?r ended Juri" ISO. 1907. ?h*? Coinn?ia?ionoro? P loioiiiHinoiincHH tho payinoiii of $138 155,412 40 in p?nHii?iii ?l'inn / ho p ot your, an damp ?r--ii wttn $1 .'39 000 288 25 for tho proi'oilin,^ your. 1) irnikl I ho yoar t ho solo *urvivini? widow of a Revolutionary noMior h ik died, and thorn urn hut throo Rvoluuonary war potiHionorn on the rollw, h?*ini? daughter** of Colonial noldioru. There are hm'I 558 widows of the war of 1812 on the roll-, again**! 060 la-i. year, ihe *?urvivora of Imtinn wars are given at a AttJt ihu wiilowH nt 7.5I1 There with 644, '$38 mirvivore anil peoMtonerH of ihe civil wnt on tho rollH Jmi?* 30 The lows of thii? roll for the year was 25),308. Thirt rla?m of pen*ionerH include* mvHiiih, widow*, minor children, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 November 1907

WONDERFUL AGE :? Tho TwfitiMh Century fo B Marked by It-mark able Kv?*iiU. ' The present population o the world in living in a won derful ajfrt. Tho hiHtory of Ih nineteenth century is fu?l o eventH which canned aHtonixh inent, yet ihint** of an equalI; remarkable nature appear den lined t.<> mark even the fire tweiity-flv'o yearn o'' the twen tieth century. A few wonder ful ncht?vt>n)Hntn in thi* conn iry rm worthy of non*ideration A fllW WHI'lfH agO the THHt dent* of London worn gszing ii admiration at the movement of an aerial ship which floater gracefully over the thou^andi of butldiugs in that great mo tropeli*, propelled at tho rate o -iwouty miles an nonr; hut iti voyage was limited to a tota f about fifty two mile*. Thii aerial whip wan constructed ant owned by the government, ant Londoner* probably felt that it time of war they would be pro vided with enough of Huch aii craft for tho purpose of ?baerv ing the force* of an enemy, ai well as t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 November 1907

I j^alcrn ^imro-itlcn PUULI8H Bit BVKKY TIIL'KS f Salem Printing and C. D. UKNI W. W. McCLONU. I Subscript! Oir Yoar .... . Nine Months ..... Six Month* ...... Throe Month* . . . pHON AFTKRNATII ?F TIIK ELEl)l I0\. Tuesday was ideal election weath*r but only little more than half a vme was polled. An enthusiastic Zirkle man said the next morning when the returns indicated that, the result, would he close, but that Hatcher would win for sheriff, that, he might he elected, but that he was so badly scared that he woti'd never look like the same man again. Jinn sank, as usual, holds the ban ner for going ;dl one way. Super visor Thrasher received every vote cast at that, his home precinct, ami Zirkle had the very complimentary vote of 41 there us against 'i for hiopponent, Mr. Matcher. Bonsack. J?\ the way, is the voting precinct <?t .that sterling Democrat and tirele*> ? veteran, W! (Jar rami Woods, aim nothing does hi in more good 'han t* have old Botisack us nea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 November 1907

HiHB-RB'jISTER m Sentinei Wltl.lKHKO KVKKV Til Cits (MY. . IHelplHelp! Fm Falling I Thus cried the hair. And a i i'?i! neighbor came to the resk cue with a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. The hair was 2:avert! This was because | Aver's Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine. Falling hair is caused by a germ, and this medicine completely destroys these germs. Then the healthy scalp gives rich, healthy hair. The bost kind of r testimonial ? "Sold lor over sixty years." ? ?i?^ mmfm n " / m Madrbyj.t; Ay?r Co . Mrs*. jWtA Ateo ir?.tnaf?oturcri? of I ^ SAKSAPAHLI.A. /?yers'^n^. NO CHANGE IN THE SUPERVISOR! / Tlie lto^rd of Supervisors of thi couu?y r?-inxitiH unchanged, i\? a re suit of Tuesday'* eUetion. Mmsrn Lewis and B II had i o oppo.-dtl- u and M es?r-. 1? nan and T"r?tnhe? wh< had, re iuDwl h\ tl.eir counti tu? n<e ) by Hubstatpi <1 mm j.irlti.H Theee ccutleiD- n. iti the opinion o those in a |H>.iti-oi to know, hav< f.iithftihy M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 November 1907

f W. C. T. U. COLUMN W?'I'M'F.H<IM?li:H W.? .T. v. Prvalitwtt.?Mrs. Mlitiah Hobbd Day. Vtce-I'resldoiits.? M'-rt. L M. Ia?o. Mrs. A. N. Drown, Mrs. Julia trolieolcer, Mrs. K. It Moorr, Mrs. IV. || Robinson. IVooortllnic Secretary.?Mrs. O. K. Moyor. CorrespondIng Secretary.- Mis. \V. II. Wtalteaoarvt't. Treasurer.?Mr*, w. A. Ki-rgiuou. Nuitrrliilriulrins of l?-|?ar I M%???ts. Bvimm<il*ni *u l Almshouse.?Mr*. C. K. I'OoUCllMlll. Ifloronoe 'rlttontoli Home. ? Mrs. K. It. Moore. Medal Contests. -Mrs. Lucy uravely Stevens, flower Mlsdioti."Mrs. W II. SVItltesearvor. Work among Soldiers amlKaliors?Mrs. (!. K. Mover tloelal Meetings iinl Rod l?etter Day.?Miss Maggie Wuiteseil. Uuadtty School.- Mrs. J.T. I'omi. I.itorntiirn?Alru l-V S I'unmlii.ll fTll* riUB-KK?lt!?T?K ADD tldrlKKL ?t Uiw r?<|<t si lias i Isewt t rtluuiii a< Oiv JlSp AUII -f 1IIP -Hr r?t tin! ftilllflll Ttimt.!! uf t*e* V. i P. U i wtei win hnvp p-.iirp Ch?l? * "f it H &...

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

tftM The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work . Vnfeealltiy Kidneys Make Impure Blood 11 nMtl to be considered that onl * triiury and bladder troubles were to l> aw traced to the kidney: ' * A-icV*ri 'n,t now moder science proves tha nearly all disease , have their bcgintiin Mj/jrwQ l|| in the disoraer c ^ *yjjl I these most iuiportau / "!C kidneys filtc jfd ~ ~U"J and purify tlicblood "a that is their work. Therefore, when your kidneysare weal or out of order, you can understand lio\ ipiiekly your entire body is affected am how every organ sccuia to fail to do it duty. ' ft ytm are sick or " fe<-l badly," begil talcing tlio great kidney remedy, I)i Kilmer's Swainp-Root, l>ecuuse as sooi ik your kidneys are well they will hel] all the other organs to healih. A tria will cotiviucc anyone. If you arc sick you cau make no mis take by first doctoring vour kidneys Tlte mild and tlie extraordinary effect o Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the grew kidney remedy, is s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 November 1907

% THE FAMILY CIRCLE.!; SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS - PLEAS I ANT EVENING REVERIES, i j < 4 <V CiiiiiHM t?? Tirotl 1 Moi lii'fs sis T foiu 1 Too llomo C'ITO*. >1 uul Y<'ur Owe Itusincss. i Thos? urn j i -* * the wonlx liiltl * .? looked through ''V\vli j u'ni'iriilifii" >vhcouI<I in>t j i have f>hiu< 1 four words I hut ?*x-j pres-? d s ? nn'irelv our iii?>.|l;it|o | .'IK i'l1""' Wo believe the foil' wonl-* with nude with dirrc referenne to the ^rumtiliu^, groa-iitig tntHcluMf-nnkurti. PhojiIh vvho never miml thrir own business are vory much mich a c'tfH of animals as the I Cr<?svt surly, whiffet dogs, thai | aro always harking, fitting aii<) Dabbing somebody. W won dor if thoy would appreciate a lecture? Wo will ask thorn a few questions just to find ou?. Don't you think the world aim the people in it will live ami pro-per without the trernoijdon anxiety you car...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 November 1907

?- * |l)||IHtyi|i|iiif "* ()iir Grocery Departunt w ^ /fir ' /*. j?? ^ X ott^us-* 3??lf I I^HW (LlHIM ^ fi 1^(VT ^iT \ iai full of a well seleoted Stock MSfS^/ (m/L/ 11/ JS^S &<& .1/ mLf 1/ ft J-ft ft/ :mL ' _^?JP / ft ]ft_ 7 ftjft Eft/ jUI W" IL/' Ift/ OUK 15 00 8UITB NOW 13 M W?8ClTtopteieS^o??- C/^ <*W ~ sW /=^ W <*W /yy W /^ /^ our 18 00 8u its now into ?om;;r? . , #1 A FULL LINK OF All orders receive our exrofnl 0?|-ff|90911! ' mivs-in-i. voiitiih' aud prompt attention. I ?: HOYS anl YOUTHS Oallaud see as. Yours truly, SUITS A1 PRICES l JT ^g ^ jg YOU CAN T DUPLI' Mi,Daj&TmjCo. . . ^nso,ibakb ^^1tTOltJ^i3lo?cmW''6'19034 J.* M ta,t, 4 ' ,v > <v *'\ ,'i Atcentu for Holeproof Hosiery phone 24. nn?l Koyal Worcester CvnwK VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1907. NUMBER 2? U NATIONAL AFFAIRS.) A? Interesting Budget of News Front The Nation** Capital. (I'roiu our regular correspo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 November 1907

POOR JOHN R?t Hen of Kfery Other Name Unvn Ilml Similar Trouble*. "I'll be rea?ly, John, juHt a? 8<K?n as you come and button iny waiHt for me." ,4Yes, dear." "Don't begin at the bottom, John. You can't button a waist from the bottom. B>'gin at the tOp?in the collar thorn." "All right," said John, cheerfully. Pause. "Wh it's the matter, John? Can't you find the buttonholes?" "There, I've got the first one," said John, triumphantly. "By Jingo, I haven't, either. I've get it buttoned into a hole in the lace. I'll havo to unfasten it. There? now we're getting along." "You're awfully clumsy, John, How many buttons have you got fastened?" "I've got one all right," he declared. "Thisiacecollar is the ? hardest part of it. I guess it'll ' he plain sailing as soon as I get t&at done." "Well, lot me see if I can do that." she said, a little imnntiunt ly. twisting around before the mirror and putting both hands back of hor neck. "You've got the second one but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 November 1907

W. C. T. U COM OrNVBHN HALRB W. C.T. F. t KeMrnt.-Mru. Mlmali llobba I?ay. V)w-1'rMl(]ciiU.-Mr?. L. M. Lee, Mr*. A. N Bmwu, Mrs. Julia stroheekur, Mm. K. H Moore, Mrtt. W. It. Kulilntuu. Bworllliut Secretary.?Mrs. O. P. Mojror. ' eoyroepondln* Secretary.?Mrs. W. 11. White otrrer. I'rMMirer. -Mri W. A. Kergunou. >erl?len<fU ?f Departaieato. Bnoftllin and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K Obenchaln. "toronoe CrtUonton Heme. - Mm. K. 11 Moore. Medal Contest*. -Mm. I.ucy Oruvoly Hterenn Blmr Minion.?Mrs. W. B. Wbltescerror. '??? aiuuitK >oniier* tna niuon Mr*. U. f Mo jar. Mmtinri and Had I/ottar I>aj.?Ml* Mania vriiitenoll. ' iif School.?Mm. J. T. P*nn. iMarkturu Mm. K. 8. Campbell. ftmm Tinb*-Kbuistbk and Sbhtinbl, a law raqu?at bos placed a column at th< dtepoaat of the earnest and faithful enmrt of (be W. O T. Union who will hare enlln nbarge of it, and be responsible for all m?t nor therein It promises to be an interred!)} feat era of the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 November 1907

r $Al$uuc$-?ef PUBLISHED KVKKY THUUSI Salem Printing and C. D. I) EN II W. W. McCLUNU. II , Subscript!" Bhu Year .... . Mouths Six MODttlS Tl?roe Months PHONf A SPLENDID IDEA, It is now proposed, we ieurn, to take from the Jamestown exposition Virginia's splendid mineral and timber exhibit, and remove it to Richmond us a permanent exhibit, which proposition seems to have met with favor on all sides, and we hope will he adopted. Speaking on this subject the Times Dispatch says: "The proposition, which has grown steadily in favor, and which will probably be consumated when the Legislature meets, was lirst sug gested at the exposition on Southwest Virginia Day. when President L. E. Johnston, of the Norfolk and Western Railway, and other railroad men and coal operators who are in terested in the exhibit, declared for its permanency and preservation Ool. A.. M. B'wman. chairman of the Houso Finance Committee, and Captain H. W. Baker, of Chester field. both influential members of tho Legi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 November 1907

r 1>k-Registbr m Sentinel (OBLISniD BTHBT TUUB3DAT. \Have You la Friend? |wtmr.n:v ~i m? ? wia?n mittrr i I Then tell him about Ayer's I j Cherry Pectoral. Tell him I I how it cured your hard cough. | Tell him why you always keep I I it in the house. Tell him to 8 ask his doctor about it. Doc- B I tors use a great deal of it for I I throat and lung troubles. I H The best hind ot n testimonial ? I 8 " Sold for over uixty years." * I W AI LTi^o by ?t. c. Ayor Co.. Lowell, Hfnrs. H I A luo uiaiiufaoturera of Id i ~ ' sarsaparh.la $ jOLyersz?,??. j Wo bov? no operetst Wo publish I tho formulas or all our medtoinos. Q Ono of Avor's Pills at bedtime will baotcn recovery. Cently laxative. 0ood Agents iuak? $5 00 and more per day gelling new Automatic Fastener for eitner skirt* or troueerg. Unrivalled agency proposition because repeated sales ore guaranteed flfnfc sold in store* ) Write for special Vor to represent. oh. Automatic Hook ani? Eyk Co. II 7 07 3t Hoboken, N. J. Totori...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 November 1907

t> LIST OF DELINQUENT LOTS --IN HO AN OK KCOUNTY j'urohnstd by Che Coiunom wealth, furnished the Treasure- of said County by the County Clerk. ?s K? <|<iired by Chapter &'i, Act* of I'JUti. Said Tnxrs and Iolerrst Com puted from Day of Sale to the Commonwealth up to and incliidiiiK the Year IHUD. Armstrong. VV J) lot IS sec 10 8 I co * 2 <" < Anderson, Alex lots 07 <4r Gi sec I Bur'II treet I 24 Alleumog. J W K lot 19 seo 13 S I co 2 71 All?(non<. J VV F >ot 20 13 S I co 1 34 Armstrong, IV'beit ! t 12 sac 1 8 I co 50 ArmStrung, Kntieit lot It sec 1 8 I co 00 Arms'rong Kobert lot 14 sec 51 8 1 co 1 38 Altieer, J It lot on Itroad sreet 14 74 Armstrong VV I > lot 30 sec 41 Broad at 3 87 Allen. (leoige jwrt of lo< 0 Mai - ft 2 12 A miueu, B T lot 23 sec 10 8 1 co OS Armstrong. K M nod DU -la Salem 1 80 Andrews, Mniti* t>ar' lot 2 sec 1U L co 52 Armstrong. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 November 1907

?l?e Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is it disease prevailing ia this MSMrtry most dangerous liecause sodecep4?1 IJ^i lfe\jg?^ deaths are caused tO&m l'**. pncuuionia, WJ^ZJ rj\ V^r<e heart failure or YrA. vi|] p apopleay arc often 5iv??w tN \ \yjlj I fl,e result of kid?ll \ h { ]l| I kidney trouble is a aUowedtoailvance Lack the vital organs, causing catarrh of bhe bladder, or the kidnevs themselves ' bceak down ahd wasle away cell 1>y cell. llladdcr troubles almost always result from a derangement of tlic kidneys and a cure is obtained ciuiekest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking I)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the ?rcat kidney, liver and bladder remedy. it corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes tliat unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the acght. The niihl and the extraordinary effect...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 November 1907

4* . * ' THE FAMILY CIRCLE'; 11 SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?FLEAS ! * ANT EVENING REVERIES. A CmIiiiii*! Dmlicnted to Tired! Mothers a>i Tliev .loin it Tim IIoiiio Circle. fj Tltc Sloven. 'I 8ho came to tho breakfast ta-| tele in a torn, uirty ureas, withLj half combed hair. Tho table | was without a cloth, tho break-j a fast badly cooked. The chil-'H dreu worn dirty aud quarrel- : , , ii Home, aud she saw them sltpj^ awav to school without even at -11 I temptiug to wash their faces or u change their soiled aproas. Heri^ husband had hastily swallowed!" a cup ??f coffee and left the L * house without a word to wife or i t childreu. !l She sat. for a while gazing in- ' differently at the untidy table |* and disorderly room, and then!] began lazily to set things in or-' f dor. She dwadlod over liek-;i work without spirit or system. ' and the children wero homo i' | | from school before the beds bed j been touched. The two oldest girls hurried up stairs with'] 1 scowling fac-s at her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 November 1907

mrOnrnnD'y tinsel ; Q, | ^ ^ THANKSGIVING DAY i* fall of a well selected Stock (Cyt 1/ It/ )M M t t lit M W. . it y ^?JB J&. > . ML A I it R ST/ 1/ yet wearing your old Overcoat fl of Htap<? S^y ^Ny' s^9 /^f H W?* study to pie-**-? our cut- \ms iXf%* \ Oome to n* nnd (ft a m-w oor, whllli ^D tout re 7j uy w% ^ we have a large stock to select fro*. H Allordemr?-oeiveoure?ref?l ^?\ p*| J^J ** d *, * " |H and prompt ?t'rn'lno. W ^ The price# are ne low ?e possible, 9 Call null coo ui. Tourextruly, flHp consistent with good merchandise. B Johnsloii.Day&TerijCo. i <Soneo',bol<'i> QIIo?',,nb,!r1903 * Jtom, bij ?Twrj t?. I iktfrffeS-j'T . 'V A?ents Tor Holeproof lloniery H9 PHONE M. j and Koyul Worcester Corset# BK VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1907. NUMBER 26 I - - i-? ' *-L>"- ~ NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Aw Interesting Budget of News From The Nation's Capital. ifroiu our rogui*r oorroep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 November 1907

1 A WftNItfRFIil ROY I mm II VI IV ma V L, U V/ At Nino Yours ??i" Age An Iowa Boy's Menial Attainments Are Amur.iiig. To bo nine yearn old and in a clans in the public school with Itoys twice his age, and football giants, and vet lead that, pinna in hit) studies, is the unique record of little Malcolm Husk ins Dowell. son of Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorgo Dowell, in Washington, Iowa. This "brainy boy" has practically stepped from babyhood, without any educational training, into next to the highest grade in the Washington pnhl ic schools. Held back by serious illness, he has not had an entire year of school work. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Husk ins, of Des Moines, who have watched hia wonderful mental development with pride. At five yearn of age he delighted to read to hia grandmother while she field the book. Ho slid glibly over the longest words in the book, and no biblical common name was beyond bis powera of pronunciation, j Ho would listen to stories read j aloud at five ye...

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