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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 July 1908

rr ?????i????? ?i TlMIK-RMRTRR ANn SRNTINRI. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. The picnic season is now upon us with the usual accompaniments?flcae, mosquitoes, grass chiggers and gnats. But there is ''bushels of fun in a day's outing, anyhow. A man in a neighboring town, who took a city paper in preference to a country paper because lie got more paper for the money, was attracted by the advertisement of a fire escape which would be forwarded on receipt of $2. He sent the cash and in a few days received a copy of the New Testament. When a stranger drops in town jolly him. Tell him this is a great little city?and so it is. Don't discourage him by speaking ill of your neighbors. Lead hino to believe be has at last struck a place where good people live. [Help! Help! y'm Falling 'jmrnKa1?1, ii 1111 mnmrv ri.-. wa |i Thus cried the hair. And a ; kind neighbor came to the rcs; cue with a bottle of Ayer's I liair Vigor. The hair was l saved! Tiiis was because ? Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regularI hair...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 July 1908

rv " - > *-<> ""Tp * -rI * % 6 JUDGES DISJfiRFF1 _. . ?. %? to tlie Value of a Stolen Kiss. What is the value of a kiss V J'-an a price, the cold figures, be placed upon the delights of the lips ? No Federal, State or municipal act has bee.n passed establishing In just so many words just what penalty should be inflicted upon i the man who kisses a woman against her will or what price per kiss should be paid by him who tastes the sweets or female lips and then breaks the marriage engagement. The best that can be done, apparently, is to leave It to the intl i\T imltrou ??*<! Innd they disagree ho materially in their decisions that uniformity seems out of the question. A Ilultiiuore judge not long ago imposed a price of $47.75 for a . single kiss snatched by a boarder from his fair landlady, while for a similar offense?doesn't it seem paradox leu I to use the word offense ??when the offended one was a pretty girl, a New York judge sent a shoe...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 July 1908

W. C. T. y. COLUMN OI'I'H'RKN KALHN W. C. T. V. I President.?Mrs. Mlmah Ilobbs D*y. ] Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. , llrown. Mrs. W. II. IMllard, Mrs. E. K )l<>?ro. Mrs. It. T. Seruoncs. * ] Kecordtnjr Secretary,?Mrs. 0. F. Moyer. I ^ ' scarrer. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Nnper.-tendeu.* of ?.por.n.o?,-. Bvanxcllsni and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenohaln. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. K H. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Scraones. Work anion* Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Mover. Social Meetings and Ked letter Day.?Miss Maxxlo Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. (Tim Timrs-Hkuistkr and Skntinki,. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and fatthrnl women of the W. O. T. Union, who will have the entire oharxe of It, and he re?|?ons!b!e for all matter therein. It promisee to lie an Interesting feature of the paper, and wo cornmond...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 July 1908

* *' I h - DM WORDS : Of GREAT MEN j 'Often Commonplace?In Tills 1 Article Today Will 15e .Found Some of These i Sayings. ( Tlic dying words or (1 rover Cleveland have not been made | known to the world, but no doubt they were as commonplace ' as the last words or most other | men. pespite tradition and his- , torieH. few men are delivered of ( oracular utterances on their , deathbeds. Ah l)r. Osier says, a | man dies as ho han lived. If ho . has posed and made phrases all , his life long ho will do so at the end. If ho hasn't, ho won't. 1 All the same there are many | more or loss an then tie records of | pious, poetical or otherwise impressive last words. General Washington suffered much toward the last and to his physician he said: "1 d'.e har l but I am * not afraid to go." l<ater. speak.- ' ing with groat difficulty, he ' ?t 1....4 I if., . ? I i 3* ? nam. t ? i judi na>iI me decently burled, but do not 1 I let my body Ik* put in the vnutt ! I in less than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 July 1908

' lasafc?rMHMII*** ? ir wmiwioihileof ( -=?5^* itW!5 88 Mtflt&ttt =w-' ? Cflffpps Mil Tpm -hud- i SBUDAND aLlrlTO ">??! UUUUUH UilU lyUU v I < Tocloae them out Itefore Kail. Tlieae koo<1? W^W 1 ^^9^^ JHk,' must go, and the no*' will surprise If / you. All the iAdlos* ami Mia*?#' WI1ITK 11'Kualcd packages, (let one package and he /T> *? k < L -;^k SB? /iAl -? | -, ? w 8LIPPBR:>. which were fl.W per i-j;r, now 75c . ?????, VS.on#0lt0ai?0 ^B4 i*1l'1 f il 'Hi! ^ I 'UTCooember 16. 1903 * .?-?. .?? m,rSS coons JitelM, [);iy&Tern Co. ^VUAmli ' S^t^i PHMK 94. " 1?? VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1908. NUMBERT r?T itiw * ? ?- - ?? 5IANU IU IOC KAliK i * Mr. Bryan Is the nominee of the Democratic party for president. Let every anti-Bryan Democrat in VirRinia determine to do the part of a sensible man ami a patriotic citizen, vote the ticket, work for it and contribute his fair share of mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 July 1908

I THE PLATFORM ~ j I OF PRINCIPLES: B W'lmt t lt?* Democratic Party ] I Will (Jo llclorp tlio ] Country On. I T H (Continued from I'agc t ) H permit, care being taken to ! fl avoid reduction that would cotnB pel n reduction in wages, prevent adequate service or. do injustice B to legitimate investments. Mj We heartily approve the laws promnmng mo pass ami me rebatr, aiul wo favor any further , necessary legislation to restrain, eorrcet and prevent such abuses. The Democratie national platform : We, the representative?! of the Democrats of the United Stutes in national convention assembled, affirm our belief in. and pledge our loyalty to the principles or the party. We rejoice at the increasing signs of an awakening throughout the country. The various ln-f vestigatlons have traced graft and political corruption to the representatives of predatory wealth, and laid bare the unscrupulous methods by which they have debauched elections and preyed upon a defenceless llllhlif tlll'Ollirli 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 July 1908

pwf STfllFN FROM !: "THE BACK YARD; Of llryati Were ltepublicnn . Platform Plunks?Candidates <1 Numt'd Arc Hut Men Of t Straw. ^ t Henry Watterson, in the Cour- I1 ier-Journal of June 10th, says in ll part: to "A mess of pottage and a man J1 of straw. " "Upon a platform of imposture largely constructed out of tlmbers stolen from Mr. Bryan's backyard, the Republican party. has set a man of straw, a very ^ partly and pleasing man of ^ straw, and has said to the vot- ^ ers: "Behold in William H. Taft the counterfeit presentment of Theo-? ^ <lore Roosevelt." 0 "The answer which the voters t< F are likely to make in November t ' may be found in the first chap- d ter of the Horn-Book of common n | sonse, which, translated from the o lij original Vulgate into modern t English reads: 'The voice is (1 Roosevelt's voice, but the hands o are the hands of Rockefeller.' g "Thus after many centuries we ii have the recurrence of a famous vt passage of Holy Writ mad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 July 1908

r __4 >alcra fCULlSIIKD KVKltV THUKMD/ Salem Printings Publ C. D. DEN IT. Editor. W. W. MoCLUNU. Bui Subscriptio ()ii? Y"?r. Nlii" Month* Mix Mouth*, . Thro" Months'. ..... PHONE IT'S A WINNER. T I try an. the peerless Commoner, for president, on the first ballot, R and Hon. John W. Kern, si favor- ^ ite son of Indiana, but of Virginin ancestry, for vice-president, by v acclamation, on a platform em- t bodying the doctrines that lie t close to the hearts of the tTiasses ^ of the people of this country. B That epitomises the work of the t most representative Democratic B national convention which has I assembled in the United States s for many years, and which con eluded its laliors at Denver last c B Friday. Splendid ticket; glor- ii fl * tious platform of principles! It t B is bound to be endorsed at the t fl polls in November next, for it is v B _ the product of an unbossed yeo- t n amnr.v, a united Democracy, fl Now for its triumph! h I I'OME. SEE THE REST. s I ' A num...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 July 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUULISHKI) RVKKY THURSDAY. DESERVED COMMENDATION. Mr. Editor,?Much credit is due the*water committee, as well ?h Mr. W. R. EiiUH. the engineer in charge, for the greatly improved condition of the town's power plant, both in appearance ami the economical management of ita coal consumption ami repairs. It is said that very little money bns been laid out to improve the grounds, yet the well-directed efforts and enthusiasm of Mr. Kpps have beautified the property. to a point it lias never before attained. Formerly its unsightly appearance, ami the number of "loafers" that made their headquarters there, were a disgrace to the town, but now its neat appearance gives an uplifting tone to the community. It would be a distinct loss to the town should Mr. Kpps be .allowed to resign, and it is hoped that the council lias had enough of extravagant and careless operation there, to recognize liighcIuhh services and puy him proportionately to his saving, economy ami va...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 July 1908

fBi W. C. T. U. COLUMN UI'i'lt'l.KS N ? l.l'.M W. T. t'. Prwl'leaf.-Mrs, Mtmnli llobbs Day. Vv.se-Presidents.?Mrs. I,. M. I.ee, Mrs. A. N Ucown, Mr*. W. ]| Hillard, Mr*. K. II Moore. Mrs. II. T. Seniones. *? w'JIiik- Secretary.?Mrs. <J. F. Moyor. 'Cotresisoudlntt Secretary.?Mr*. W. II. White warver. Trt aaurer.?Mm. W. A. Ferguson. SupcrlMtemleraiw <>< l?-|??rt ineut*. ti-?nxoiistn mut Almshouse. ? Mrs. C. I <M>enchalii. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. K. 1 K??ial Contests.?Mrs. LucyOravely Steven: Fivarer Mission.?Mrs. n. T Seiuoiiee. among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. I Mover. fcV.-'tal Meetings and I ted Letter Day.?Mh Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature-Mrs. F. S. Cutunbell. IlTiir. timrs-hruidtkic and hkmtikkl, i ttx-lr twiui'i't.ha!! i>Ih<t?i h column at tlie ?lli jmwiii ui tlio i'xriifat ?ml futtliful wonien < tlio W. O T. t'ntnli, who will have thi&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 July 1908

"things to be remembered; The following editorial is taken from the New York Evening Poet: II the Democratic managers wieh to have a little fun with the Republicans they need only dig up the speeches of prominent Republicans inude in the last campaign. There is Senator Dick of Ohio, for Instance. In 11)04 he was rubbing it into Bryan In splendid style, because of prophecies of bad times that had gone wrong, and a postal card, "part ol the Congressional Record," which Mr. Dick fathered, went through the country, bearing among others, the following: "Things to bo Remembered Remember 1893-1890 and the dayH of industrial gloom. Remember 1898-1890 and the thousands of capable mechanics looking in vain for work. Remember 1893-1896 and the hundreds of thousands of laborers walking the streets from sun-1 rise to sunset looking for the | work which could not befound. Remember 1893-1890 and the countless number of women ami children waiting, faint with hunger for the bread which never came. R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 July 1908

ALL OVER TH [ WORLD 1 < Tim report of u cannon has*! been heard I 10 mill's. n i mp average oeptn oi Kiigiisn fl coal ini(iok is 4(M) feet, fl Blankets were made first hi! j I England in 1705 by Thomas ( I Blanket. E Burma is making inoucy out of ^ I peanut growing The peanut ar- ^ I reage increased from .'1,800 acres fl in 1 t?o:t to 80.000 acres in 1007. I Boats engaged in mackerel E fishing off Milfortl. England. have I landed as many as JJO.OOO fish, ( an 1 a hundred fi-h have bren sold ( I for a shilling. a The value of all kinds of fish B landed in England and Wales in , | one year is over $35,000,000 and I the number of men and boys cmI ployed over 40,000. I Vermont gets the credit of Ih?I ing the Granite' State, bnt , I Pennsylvania leads in the pro duction of stone, with nearly 14 I per rent, or the total to her eredI Suitable eyeglasses are reportI eu to have recently cured a victim of severe epileptic attacks after he had undergone two surgical operations with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 July 1908

m ? BjUlttlA f , JLt 'li"% _L. If jfiBBHi jSSitt IttlX t&tmt* m MMI$ vtt * Pnff.n'JTm- ^ -aw* " shoes AKB SLIPPERS uDHOOm MlHQ iiQujM Tocloee them out before Kali. TheseKoods ^ WWHvW 'T|^f must ho. and the prices no*-' will surprise / ? H you. All the Ladles' and Misses' WHITE In scaled packaKes. Get one packnRe and be , /T> f*V i V A/ I k SLIPPKKB.wMch war? tMO per pair, now 75c _-^bw (bkmsohbaleb j 'm<WW i ^Ttouember (0, 1903 # brhh. ? dress goods Johnskin, Dav& Tem> Co. ^AffAAfi-AJI' wutn, ^ i rnj ti. ywf.nK 34. 5~B=gjs .?=?ases!Ss9(s^^sasas? VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1908. NUMBER 9 r < ' 1 ggMggas :i ? AnlP/SVIAtl 1 mtswrn is UP TO YOU Hluill Wr Have for I'resideut Of This Nntloii a Man Who RepiKliutcH Jesus Christ? (Pentecostal Herald, Louisville. Ky., July 15, 11)08.) Think of the United States with a president who does not believe that Jesus Christ was the Son of God, but looks upon our i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 July 1908

2 TWO WOMEN J AND A MAN 1T.V Ha Hot A bond. Helen King walked slowly along the road from her father's farm toward the little town of Forest Grove. It was a mail day, and slio was expecting a letter from her lover in the Philippine Islands. "llis time is nearly served," she said to herself. "Only a few months more and he will he at home." When she reached the top of the last hill she sat down on a Intr hv I lin pi i.'Hls:iiIn nvnl livttiml a ribbon that held a packet of j letters. She sat for a long time looking Jit them, for to her they meant the sweetness of life j?nd they symbolized the promise of the future. She thought of the evening, two years before, when she and Alfred Hastings walked along that road together. It was then that ho told her he had enlisted in the army and that he would leave the next day for San Francisco to join his regiment in tho Philippines. She had made no comment ? what was there to soy ? ? ami they walked on side by side in the quickening twilight, each ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 July 1908

! I ' bo?b1d1uT i . a good soldier . Komarkahle Story of a HockIngham County Man .lust Dead in Georgia. The Savannah. Ua., News of Monday Hays: Sixty yearn of blindness ended early yesterday morning for Harvey Correil, whoso death at the Savannah hospital removes a ??nll rt ? ? wr i it IllfUI't' lruill II1C IMIJ 'S Ktl-ectH. With his placarded hat. his gourd, his cane and rocking chair, "Pop," as he had come to be known affectionately, spent year In and year out In apparently an unclouded and perfectly happy existence. His story reads like romance. Though blind from birth .he fought through two years of the civil, war and leaves behind a record that could hardly have boon bettered had he been \tnhampered by his lack of sight. He reached the post of regimental bugler before his war career closed, and at his funeral Confederate veterans will bo in attendance. Few Savannahiaus have failed to see the nged 'man. Hundreds have dropped gratuities into the gourd that was his constant compan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 July 1908

. km iimcs- Ec^ PUBLISHBD KVKKV THCI18D Salem Printing^Pubi C. D. DENIT, Kditoh W. w. McGLUNU. Ui Subseriptic ()n?? Your, . IsiijH Mouth" Six Mouth", Threr Mouthn, . -PHONE WHEN THE SCRIBES MET. The recent annual nicotinic of till' Vit'ir'miit Pro uu Auwriciotifin I held at New port News, while not so largely attended as in some I post instances, was one of the < most pleasant and satisfactory < sessions that have been held in 1 recent years. The members were quartered 1 at the splendidly Appointed Ho- < tel Warwick, and the hospitnblc people of Newport News spared no pains to make the stay of the 1 visitors a delightful one. 1 President W. S. Copeland, who bad served most effectively in thnt position for the past two terms, in his nnnunl report showed the association to be in splen- ' did condition from every stand- 1 point It was very gratifying to him, he said, to be able to bear testimony that the press of Virginia had shown itself free from the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 July 1908

I Times-Register and Sentinel. PUIILISHKD KVKUY THURSDAY. SHERMAN'S NEWEST PLAY. 4 ???????? At Roanoke College, or Won In the Ninth Inning." Mr. John W. Slnfrman's latest piny, "At Koanokc College, or Won in the Ninth Inning," which was written for the Roanoke College Dramatic Club, will be presented in Roanoke Friday and Saturday nights. All the scenes of the play are laid in Salem and at Roanoke College, and the story is said to be both pretty* and interesting. Those in Salem who have read the play say it "fits" college and town. The play will be put on in splendid style by the company, and the closing scene, in which Roanoke College wins from the V. 1?. 1. in a baseball game, is said to be great. Roanoke is taking a great Interest in the play as it is the home of the author; the baseball season is on. and the fact that Mr. Sherman's plays there, as in fctalem, hnve pleased the people. Salem people who wish to see the ploy will do well to 'phone to Roanoke and have Kealn reHcrved....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 July 1908

Jo W. C. T:U. COLUMN* . r< i .. <nrru'r.RHNtM!.n w.c.T.r. j Miiuttli llobtw I>ay. j (1 * >?? frwtilento.?Mm. L. M. L<m\ Mrs. A. N. y nuwu. ?. i> "luaiu, ?< '? ; Moore. Mrs. It. T. Seinones. , t ttc-ordlnir Socrotary.?Mrs. (J. F. Moyer. t: Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. White- ! sesrvfr. Truoaurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. *Hipi'rlul<-ntlruin of llrpsrhiirnU. BvMjiicellsiD and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. I Utoeocbatn. I OTorencu Crlttonton Home.? Mrs. K. It. U Moore. Contests. ?Mrs. Lucy Orsvotjr Stevens. JT.Vjwer Mission.?Mrs. It. T Setuones. wfork Among Soldiers and Saliors?Mrs. (J. F. Mover. ' PtviAl Meotinsc and Ued Letter i>ay.?Miss ' Mt^i" Wliltesell. j Uondsy School.?Krs. J. T. Penti. | ( ^ Literature?Mra. F. S. Campbell. |, IThk Timbs-Kboistkh asd Sbntinki.. at | their ropiest, has placed 11 column at the dls- 1 postl of the earnest and falthrul women of | ClSe W. O. T. Union, who wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 July 1908

THE JOY OP DEATH A remarkable caso of suspended animation is Sported froui New Britain, Conn. Mrs. William , MeNulty, a woman about sixty years of age, of sound mind, unimaginative and held in high esteem by her neighbors, while seated in a eliair became suddenly unconscious and Dr. Thomas Mulligan was at once sent for. On examination the physician found that she had ceased to breathe. He detected a faint pulse at her wrist, but, quickly, that disappeared; her heart had stopped beating; seemingly she was dead. Iler mourning family began to arrange for the funeral. But Dr. Mulligan was not perfectly convinced that lie had lost his patient. He sent for his electric battery and applied a very strong current to the apparently lifeless woman. Seventy minutes had passed since she lost consciousness when the muscles of her neck twitch (Hi slightly. Dr. Mulligan continued to apply tlie current; In five minutes more Mrs. McNulty made a deep inhalation, then lircnthed faintly, but regularly; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 July 1908

% _8_ SERUMfOR ^ ! PNEUMONIA Jledtcal I>iscovery Made liy a Dutcli I'iiysk'ian. One of the deadliest enemies w ith whielt the liumnii rnee has t?? eon tend in the greater number or the States forming the American Republic is pneumonia. It strikes at both sexes indiscriminately. ami its approach is unheralded, as a rule, b.v any warning symptoms. For this reason the claim put forth by a distinguished European physician, Dr. Bertrand, of Antwerp, w ill prove of peculiar Interest to American readers. In a recent lecture delivered before the Medical Society of Antwerp the physician in question described his discovery of a serum which will cure pneumonia. Dr. Bertrand had first satisfied himself of the efficacious nature of his serum by experimenting upon animals. Trials were then made in the St. Elizabeth and Stuyvenburg Hospitals in the same city. cr>vrn.i vm iiir |i iunu> irnufii with the new serum were suffering from pneumonia in an ndvanced stage, an...

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