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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 May 1908

I ^ ^''',T ' '"^V " ' ^ ' '"W^Tf " '* *T~ Tf* 'ft 'V v * J, -ffiM ' *' ' 'v . f ? " . ' ' : , ">v r . - > ' y , tIuiir HiE?!Qa|^^ 0 M crti&f ?tv y!"ATS!-"a'sJ oiir <7^si-i- * wv * avvuij? *w * km? * I 1 sill II ?M /Jk many of thorn J. B. 8tet PERFECTION l-V/U|l w & - ' * S" *,*??"?wkw. *jA *<-,. ^.. fof Men ami Hoy#. Quality up to tba Hltth?st Standard of ^ ttfli. ll^ Also a full lloe of CAPS. Theao , Bxc?llenoe. PRICES HIGH T. / .^B ithhIs are on sale at Actcai. JPB ?ortsohbatub ^ t'it ? 1/ '^mwmbat *6' '903 * JlllStll, DlJ & Twrj Co. . JoRDstoB, Day k 1 erry (i rsssr ' l IVa if1.. Steadfast and Blltrtte SHOES. e?^aAibg-1' , ,. ' . s VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY,^! AY 21, 1908. NUMBER 52 11 IT! Atl I ri- tnrt I miiuhm. ArrfllKa. An Interesting Kudcet ?l" News From The Nation's Capital. <From our retrular correouondent.) Washington, D. C., May 10, 1908. The paa$ wreck was a meruorable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 May 1908

2 SCIENCE DISCOVERS A Sure Cure fur the Blues, at Last. Have you ever had the blues? Who hasn't ? It is the kind of thing the very youthful optimist cannot believe in; it is a depression the man who has it cannot understand. The victim may be well. There may be silver?even gold perhaps ?in his pocket. Yet he lias the blues. He inaj liave friends and a holiday. Yet lie has the blues. Well, it lias been discovered ntf last, the reason for these fits of the blues which have been going on since the flood, and longer. The blues Is not a freak of the imagination, it is . a disease ?a BV. ii> , i.ivivv.ci, ? 111 111(11. has been caught ami bottled up, and upon which all manner of experiments have been made just recently. This microbe has been dignified by the name of bacillus proteus, and it dwells in the large intestine of the human body. Sometimes it is found elsewhere, but tills is its particular home. This abominable microbe, be it understood, is a poisonmaker. And the effec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 May 1908

| " pm[ I - .LH^mmmhm^^H If! u R N I 1 I i t u R E Iw*^c?eBKmBaamBee*Bee*ese Aiisisrrs rsTir:::: rca eischasjE. In the Matter ot W. E. WEAVER. I No. Ilk), bankrupt. S In bankruptcy To the Honorable Henry t\ McDowell, Judge of the District Court of the ITnited States for the Western District of Virginia. W. K. Weaver, ot Koanokc, In the county sat Hoanoke, Stateof Virginia, in stthi district, respectfully represents that on 7th day of October last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the Acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy; that he has duly surrendered all his nroporty and rights of property, and has fully complied with all the requirements of said acts and ot the orders oi the court touching his bankruptcy. Wheretoro he prays that lie may lie decreed by the court to have a full discharge troni ail dolus provable against Ids estate under said bankrupt acts, except such debts as are excepted by law trora such discharge. Dated this .Hh day of February. A. l>. Iftw. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 May 1908

4 <?alcm Smuts-iUg PUBLISH BP KVKKY THUK8 Salem Printings Pue C. P. DUN IT, Knrrc W. W. McCLUNU. I Subscripti Od? Yw?r, . . . . Nine Month" Six Month*, Three Months, PHONI PIT IT TO THEM STRAIGHT. | t The Hon. Robert L. Taylor has made but one speech since he took his seat in the United States Senate in March, and that one Just a few days ago. It woa one, however, that the Republican members of that body will not aoon forget, for he very forcibly brought home to their attention the fact that they must, to be even decently consistent, endorse Bryan or repudiate Roosevelt. There is no other way to meet the situation that now confronts them. Senator Taylor drew a parallel between the solar system regulated by centripetal and the State's power the centrifug a I roree. |1 .1 lie declared that as the Confederacy was nn emphasis of the force seeking disintegration, the Federal power, representing the other extreme, 1h now endangering the rights of the States. "I would not reflec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 May 1908

i i Times-Register ann Sentinei.. PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY. InvItutioiiH Issued. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin II. Kenick, formerly of Salem, but now residing in Roanoke, have issued II invitations for the marriage of ? their daughter, Miss Mildred Powers, to Mr. Taul Franklin Traynham, the interesting event to be solemnized at the family residence on the morning of June 10th, at half after eleven o'clock. The bride-elect is a very popular and attractive young lady, and the fortunate groom is a prosperous business man of South Carolina. ^Bottling Works Established. Mr. James H. Smith, one of our enterprising citizens, is arranging to establish a bottling works at his place on Union street, where he will prepare for market all kinds of soft drinks. Certificate of Incorporation. I The State Corporation Commission has granted a charter to the Salem Steam Laundry, which is arranging to begin business here soon. The officers named in I . . the chatter are: N. B. Gray, president; J. S. Wells, vice-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 May 1908

_ti WHAT WOULD Hc HAPPEN THEN | .11" tin* Orb of Day Were Another Color. P I i \ti English astronomer declares ;1 that the following amazing re- 4 units would be possible if the sun I ' were some other color. If it | 1 were blue there would only be'4 two colors in the world ? blue and black, if it were red, then M everything would be red or 1 black. In the latter case snow i would lie red. lilies red, black I 1 grass, black clear sky, and red! ,4'louds. There would be a little |< variety, however. If the sun 1 were green. Things that are now yellow would still remain j that color, but there would Ik* no reds, purples, orange or pinks, and very few of those cherry ' lines that make the world so bright and pleasant. The temperature of this earth would he very much changed. OU 1 l/r Arv> arirtivc II urr. At id Yourself of Unnecessary Burdens?A Salem Citizen Shows You I low. Don't bonr unnecessary buri ~ dens. Burdens or a bad back arc unB necessary H Get rid c?f t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 May 1908

I W. C. T.J). COLUMN OFFICEHH NALF.X W. V. T. V. t President.?Mrs. .Mltnah Hobba Day. vice-president#.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. Brown. Mrs. W. 11. Mllurd, Mrs. E. K Moore, Mrs. 1J. T. Semones. HecortllnK Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moycr. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. 1?. Whltoscarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Nnprrlsleinlrats or Dtpnr tnicntn. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Ubencbaln. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. K. K. Moore. Medal Contest*.?Mrs. LucyOravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Seinones. Work amonfi Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Ked Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Fenn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. [Tiir Times Kkoistkk asp Sentinel. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest ami faithful women of the w, U. T. Union, who will have the entire charge of It, and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises to be an Interesting feuture Of the paper, and we commend a c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 May 1908

8 HASTENED END ~! OF CIVIL WAR Felix Uruudy StUUer, Who RxpoKed Golden Circle. I>end. Chicago, May 1l>.?Felix Grundy Stidirer. oxnowm* ??r +? <? n.?i den Circle. ili ft J suddenly lust Monday, at lilts home here, and was burled yesterday. Scarcely known by his neighbors and with only a small acquaintance with the Civil War veterans of Chicago, his tleath attracted little attention. If he hail passed away -15 years ago Genera! Grant might have taken two more summers to reach Richmond. Stiilffer was a Secret Service man in the last two years of the war. He worked his way into the secret order of Southerners in the Northern States known as the Knights of the Golden Clrele and became one of its chief officers. When the South was about ready to give up the conflict after the battles of Gettysburg and Vlcksburg. its spirit was rejuvenated by the knowledge that this order had plans afloat for the delivery of 40,000 Confederate prisoners ia Camp Douglas, in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 May 1908

RECEIVED TODAY A A ia ^ ,1 i ?nnMR^I^W %XM&% * Mttitteltt LSL* I IB 191 III A ?od bar* 1st ho place to gt II. \To BH PFBFFPTIflN I LmV/ V --13 *U TT)? ^ Iwvetheuiln *roat variety. CauHult rLlllLVUVn you au<l your pocketbook botti. Also H| Quality up to tho Hiirbent Standard of ^ larje stockoxtra Puuta to Ot everyUxcelknoe. PHIOBS K1QHT. YV l^r^J^mTiu * l? th? ?onsolibakb L ^ouemb*r 16^ i9?3* Morton, Day ? Terry Co. I Jol , Dav& l6rry Lo. c/ - . I U (/ Steadfast and Biltriie SHOES. oB VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1908. NUMBER 1 | MR. SHAW ' SCENTS DANGER To Our Orpat K**public?Says UnHCMipitlouo Pre<?i<leut Could Perpetuate '.Himself. In nil address a few days ago before the convention of the National Electric Light Association nt Chicago, former Secre+ ?..< nf il.n Tnauounv T nulln M Shaw, until a few months ago a trusted member of the President's Cabinet, sounded a warning and eited a ease in point...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 May 1908

1 2 THAI RECKLESS CONGRESS iSxtravagaoce of the Cannon Crowd Makes It a "Billion Dollar Body." Washington, D. C., May 25. ? "Thin in truly a billion-dollar country." Representative .lames Tawncy. of Minnesota, chairman of the house committee on appropriations, thus paraphrased the statement of former Secretary of the Treasury Charles Foster. Many years ago Secretary Foster, while discussing the appropriations made by congress for the support of the government, remarked, when his attention was called to the fact that the. appropriations of the congress would aggregate about $1,000,000,000, that the United State* was "a billion-dollar country." The comment of Secretary Foster was significant of the growth of America, and the extension of Its government work. No excuses were made by Secretary Foster for the increase of the appropriations, except that they were needed to carry on the great system of government ^ ,t established by the American I' . nation. That was many years ago. Since ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 May 1908

' BP . I -f: f u R N 1 T US R E i ne naieui ury uooils <Uo. | 3 INVITE YOl' TO INHPRCT THEIR @ iiw lygtig floods I WHICH ARE ARRIVING DAILY @ ; , All the new designs in white Shirt Waist goods, jg in checks and plaids; new shapes in Warner's 0 I Rust Proof Corsets, just received. .... Special j|j bargains all through the store for the next ten ? days. Come in and see what we have to show 0 you. Yours for trade, ? SALEM DRY GOODS CO. S New Matting* just arrived. 0 i 4 flHHflMHflHMHHMHHUHHBflHflMHHHHHNHH STOP AND THINK, > Did yoti ever stop to think that i our town is a town that enjoys many ; natural and acquired resources?u . town that needs but the skillful ma- ' nipulation of man to make them ^ yield bountifully of their rich treas- / ure?a substantial town whose foun- i dations are laid upon a soil that can- i not be surpassed for productiveness \ ?a town supplied with the very best ' and purest of water?a town whose / educational advantages have reached / a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 May 1908

J Jfalcw limcs-ilcgi PUBLISHED EVEKV THTKSL Salem Printings Pubi C. P. PENIT. Errroi % W. W. MoCLUNO. Hi Subscriptic On* Ywir, ... . . . N!n?? Mouthp Hi.x Mouth*, Three Mouths, . . ... PHONE or: new volume. With today's issue the Times. Register and Sentinel begins a, new volume and enters upon its 43rd year hopefully. There nevor lias been a time in its history fwhen the publishers more earnestly desired that it should be a medium of usefulness to this community, and of helpfulness to *its patrons. We shall earnestly strive, during the coming year, to make it a better paper than it has ever been before, aod shall be thankful for the continued support and encouragement of our patrons and friends, to whom frrAtpfnl ftcknnwIprtiTmpnt iu riitp ami tendered Tor past favors in this respect. A MATTER OF DUTY. ' va The election for town officers In less thnn.twp weeks off, and t yet that is ample time in which the people of the community may thoroughly view the situa? tion and make choice ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 May 1908

1 ? .'*&S : Times-Register and Sentinel, ' PUBLISHED EVEHV THURSDAY. f ;jl" If}. THE HOLLINS FINALS. Interesting Program of Exer, elses of the Sixty-Fifth Commencement. The sixty-fifth commencement of Hollins Institute will he held on May 30th to June 3rd. The program is as follows: Saturday, May 30th, 7.30 p. m.. i "Much Ado Ahout Nothing," by Elocution Department. I. Sunday, May 31st, 7.30 p. m . jV Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. IJ T. Clagge.tt Skinner, D. D., ot Roanoke, Va. Monday, June 1st, 11 a. m.. Class Day Exercises; 7.30 p. m.. open meeting of literary societies ; 0.30 p. m., Alumnae banquet. Tuesday, June 2nd, 10 a. m.. Delivery of certificates of distinction, etc.; 2.30 p. m., Annual meeting of Alumnae Association; 4 p. in., laying of cornerstone of Cbarles L. Cocke Memorial Library ; 7.30 p. ro.. Commencement concert. Wednesday, June 3rd, 10 a. m., conferring of degrees, by Dr. William H. Pleasants, dean of the faculty; address to the school by Dr. Francis H....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 May 1908

^\ I V AN UNUSUAL CASE iwiif tn t'ouH|)irit<>y to ltob Her tluslmud. Roanoke had an unusual ease in police circles last Friday, a white woman conspiring witn negroes to rob her husband. About 4 o'clock that afternoon. Mat. Arthur, a hardworking mnn. went home and found his wife, Mrs. Lena Arthur, tied to a sewing machine with a cloth over her face. When she was untied site told her husband that two . tramps hud come into tlie house and stolen $8() lie had saved up. a guti and watch, lie reported to the pt?lice. who arrested two tramps[ an lliey wi'ro about to board a train. Ni-xt morning Detective Griffin went to the neighborhood and round parties who stated to him thai the.v had seen a colored woman named Maria Macabee leave the house about II o'clock with a number or bundles. The woman was arrested, and told the police that Mrs. Arthur badpaid her $1() to tie her up, carry off the money and articles that were stolen. The wire was arrested and confessed, but s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 May 1908

W. C. T. IL COLUMN OrriCEiH NALCM W. C. T. l:. President.?Mrs. Mliuali Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W. M. Illllartl, Mrs. E. U Moore. Mrs. U. T. Seniones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. * Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. Wtalteseorver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Nayerialea4eats of Dspsrtaseal*. Evangelism aud Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Ubencbaln. Florence Crittenton Home. - Mrs. K. R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Seniones. Workamong Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. H. Campbell. [Thk Timks-Rkoistkk and Srntinku at their request, has placed a column at the disposal ot the earnest and faithful women ot the W. 0. T. Union, who will have the entire charge of It, and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises to be an Interesting feature ot the paper, und we commend a car...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 May 1908

8 GIVES OUT ' A WARNING _ i liroat Banker, Henry Clews, Dvelures Weaitli is On Still limit for Cori?< rations to (Set Control of Covcriiiiieut ^MAni'hoHtPr, N H.t dispatch to Baltimore Sun.) Declaring:, in effect, that the vital i88ue of the day is not so much government control of corporations as the effort of tin? corporations to control the government, llenr.v Clews, the Now York banker, made an address here, in which lie declared that the great industrial, railway at; i financial corporations are becor - ins more and more determined to control the P"esUtcncy if it b possible. He was addressing the Economic Club, of Manchester, on "The Nation's Corporation Problem." and lie pointed out ti e vast power of the railroads ? I h practically a vast trust at will ?and the difficult task in liar; ling the problem from a political standpoint. Besides M. Clews, the speakers wore Professor Frank Parsons and Wa ter A. Webster, both of Boston. That the greatest of all the national ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 June 1908

RECEIVED TODAY | <* ?%/ ^ 09M^ A ^ AjA A <^> pi .1 fl C&B LOAD of ih8 CELEBBAIED 1 |j^/i%%f MTLlIf 1l%tf -? iBm 1^1%'^ $11 itf^'lfc^ I T| MIR ^w4-'% Jlf^' wJIIIWr'S" ^ *WMK * I I I i ? 1 I I 1 j ^9tr ?nJ hert> l,tho P,BCO to K*t it. w? PFRFFr.TIHN ^V/ I I tf M ID ^ have them In jcrcat variety. Can suit M ILIM Lv I Ivll m 4 M/ . you aud your pocketbook both. Also 9 Quality up to the Highest Standard of X. lartte stock extra Pants to at every- 9| Bxce'.lcnce. PKICESKIOHT. / ^ ^ flk V jxxly from^the smaUeat boy to the 9 (Son&ohbateb I^'lllX tilt j? 1/ '33To,c*mbait i6? i9?3 * JobnstoQ, Day & Terry to. I Jonnston, Day& lerpylo. &w ~ y 1 V V 1 Steadfast and Blltrlte SHOES. H VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THtJRSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908. NUMBER 2 I iMn in MAN'S DAUNT LESS SPIRIT Falling him! ltiKing Only To , Fall ami HIho Again. (Kansas City Journal.) There is something to thrill and inspire In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 June 1908

2 DECEIVING NOBODY Outlay of Circumnavigating tin* Globe, It Is KHdnnitvil, Will l(i. llllli.tlw Of Hollars. It is estimated by the Navy Department that the coal consumed by the "battle fleet" in circumnavigating: the globe will of itself cost five million dollars. The wear and tear on the ships will most probably amount to as much more, making the total outlay for the cruise ten million dollars. Isn't it a policy as curious as mistaken which expends tins sum upon a spectacular performance designed solely to impress upon the world the fighting strength of the United States, while refusing to provide in any adequate measure for the proper defense of the country's coasts? The nntious of the world are not deceived by any such flamboyant proceeding. They know our strength as well as we do ourselves; they also know our weaknesses, what they are, how great they are and where iiiv.v ill1. .Aim 1110 (irvaivov 01 our weaknesses from a military standpoint is the absolutely defenseless conditi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 June 1908

I?? f' --- - I 1FT u R N I I T[ ui GOOD NEWS. Many . Salem Kciulcrs llu\e Heard It and Profited T hern by. "Good news travels fast," anil the thousands of bad back sufferers in Salem are triad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach. Many a lame, weak and aching back is bad no more, thanks to I loan's Kidney Tills. Our citizens are telling tlie good % news of their experience with the Old Quaker Remedy. llere is an example worth reading: W. W. Rhodes, living one mile cast of Sal^m, Vn., says: "For three years I suffered from a continual dull ache across the small of my back, caused by the failure of my kidneys to perforin ; their functions properly. The kidney secretions were disorder- " ed, being irregular in action, containing a sediment and causing pain during passage. I used sev-j rj-jii rriiicuiCN mil uiillHi 10 nutain the desired relief, until I started taking. Dean's Jvl iney Pills, procured at W. T. Younger's drug store. They proved to be just as represented, and I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 June 1908

^.llcm Suueo-ilcfl ^ ) PUUl.lSH ED BVEltT THCUS Salem PmNTtNG^PuE o. D. DF.N1T. k?it< W. W. McCLl'NU. J Subscripti Ono Yenr, ..... Ninr Month*, Six Montlir, . . . ? . Tlire<? Months, .....* PHON1 The voters of Salem will not overlook the fact that next Tuesday is the day for the election of local officers. A mayor, sergeant and six members of the council are then to be chosen, and they have had ample time in which to consider- the fitness of the aspirants for these positions; and will therefore have no one to blame but themselves if the best equipped men are not selected. Turn out and takel your choice. Who would have thought that a United States post office, or any other federal building, would be found observing the anniversary of Jefferson Davis ? Yet that happened on Wednesday, the post office here and those throughout the country observing Sunday hours in commemoration of the. 100th anniversary of his birth. Surely this is becoming a united country in spir...

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