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

njhnstoi, Da,y& Terry Co. qroct:ity dkpartmknt mas is Near?We Are Ready Evtrythlog for Your Fruit Cuke \ kl'iil link of Fink Confectioneriks Fruit Cake <g? 20c per pound >u't Forget We Sell Electric Light Globes joue No. 24 VOLUME 44. CHAMP CLARK ON I MR. TAET'S SPEECH S"a I cut {TUttcs s^ToTsfcr (Slonsolibatcb >cntiua ^SToocmjbci: 10, 1903 ~ - ? ? ' 1 ? SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1910. i~?? - ,? I Democratic Lender Says that People Cannot he Pooled on Tariff Question. , Washington, Feb. 13. ? "The President's declaration of intent to enforce the law but not to run amuck' seems a prospect of justice tempered with mercy. The best thing that could happen to the country would be an honest and courageous prosecution of all law-breakers. It would be decidedly interesting and Illuminating to know what percentage of those applauding banqueters last night were lawbreakers and how much they p.nntplliii+o^ i? ........ .wuvi/u vv? me ta...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 February 1910

* ONLY ONE BEST. Salem People Give Credit Wliero Credit Is l>ue. People of Salem who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a kidney remedy that can be depended upon. The best is Dean's Kidney Pills, a medicine For the kidneys only, made from pure roots and herbs, and the only one that is backed by cures in Salem. Herd's Salem "testimony : Daniel S. Queen, Burrell street. Salem. Va? says: "One day while lifting a heavy weight, a pain caught me across the back and for some time 1 was unable to move. '.I managed to get home, where I was helped into bed and for six: weeks I was in a serious condition, part of the time being delirious. Finally I became so bad off that the two) physicians who attended me' gave no hope for my recovery. I finally managed 4o leave my bed. but 1 was a physical wreck. M.\ arms and liiubs were stiff and 1 was as helpless as a child The kidney secretions also added to my discomfort, sometimes being too frequent in passage, and then again just th...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 February 1910

ypupw ?wT r W.c. T. U. COLUMN OFI'ICIiKS NAI.ICM W. v. T. IT. president.?Mrs. Mlninh Hoblw Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W. Price, Mrs. Ola Turner, Mrs. J. K Shank, Mrs. K. K Moore. Mrs. 1$. T. Seuiones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. Georgo S. Stevens. tW Sii|?erluten?leutN of 3>?|?nrluieiitn. Literature.?Mrs. Clias. Corbltt. Bvangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obonchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. R. T. Senioues. Medal Contests.-Mrs. Lucy Uraveiy Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (J. F. / . Moyer. JflfT Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Sclentltle Temper.iuco Instructions ? MJss Fannie Folks. FlorenceCrltt.enton Home?Mrs. E. K. Moore. Social Meetings and Kod Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesoll. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. I)av. tfl'hk Times-Ueoistku and Sentinki,. at their request,has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest ami faithful women of ffoe W. O. T. Union, w...

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

I PUBLISHED BVBUY THCES wSalem PrintingsPue M. O. :<?CCLUNO, E WKf W. W. MoOLUNU. I F P Subscripti One Year, Nine Months Six Month? Three Months, .... phon: The humor of seriousness is strikingly illustrated in the fact that President Taft takes seriously the postal savings bank declaration in the national Uepublican platform, when it is well known that the declaration was intended as a bamboozling * -- n ?-i --r vi iocv iu ciii uuvuuituj hi | the bank deposit guaranty | scheme.?News-Leader. TO BK UKVISBD. \ A radical revision, of the football rules is under advisement by the Inter Collegiate Rules Commission, who has charge of the matter. Greater safety for the player and more variety for the spectator are felt to be essential, if the game is to hold public opinion. The committee is to meet on March 25tli, ami it is probable that a radical change in the rules will bo adopted. The increased and increasing number of injuries to players iu football has received the deserved...

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

r~ - ? W Times-Register and Sentinel. WT PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY. f <\ OISBM31 qicq22srn For desirable Koods in the above N I liues, at nionoy-savinK prices, go to > E. B. MARSHALL'S I Corner Main and Broad Streets i RENTS , CETTIMfi CHEAPER If you do not behove this, consult our list of I desirable property in I all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Oflloe, College Aye. SALEM, VA. ?toKo?goato?to?!oetoato*io?ioseo*oiio ! OUR SO DA I ?FOUNTAIN I |* O HKRVEN Til E COOI.EHT AND ^ V MONT KEFRRKHINti NOD A, O 12 ?ADK FKON THR PVRENTAIfD * O MOST WHOLESOME MATEKI. S I( ALN. O 2 * 2, PLENTY OF CRUSHED FIIUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEA8E BY THEIR NOVELTY ? * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O y SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITS MERITS. JV O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO ^ K DRINKS ARE THE BEST. WE SERVE O ? THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. * 9C o O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE J| ? CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O ? ...

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

H Domestic Articles >la?lo of PaWr per Prove They Can Otitf wear Harder Substance, There are comparatively few ortieleM today tiiat can not be made of paper. Caper batii tubs, wasii tubs, baskets, buckets and other domestic utensils are now sold in all portions of the country and even in Kurope, and haw been found t? outwear those made of wood. ArnoiiK tiie latest novelties in this line are black walnut picture frames, and paper instead of wood for pencils. a patent preparation being) |isi>il vvlii'O) on ti lw> i'ii( nu Kiiuil v I as llu* softest wood. Cracks in floors around tiio skirting board or other parts of a room may bo neatly filled by thoroughly soaking newspapers in paste made as thick as putty and forced into the cracks with a paste knife. It will soon harden and can be painted. Tlie ceiling of the assembly chamber at Albany, N. Y., is made of paper mache. It is a model of its kind and appears so like marble as to deceive the most expert e...

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

W? W QUESTIONS OF THE f "UNARRIVED'' WORKER Occasionally in trying to deal with generalities which affect tlic average young man in business 1 have been accused of pessimism. As nearly as I have been able to interpret the accuA sat ions, they have sprung from the disposition of so many people to confound theory with a stern condition, tt isn't a nice tiling to have to say to a man asking your advice whether he HH|P shall go to work in a certain position for Cheetham <&i Co.: "Don't do it unless you are prepared to sacrifice every principle of right and honor which you possess." But if you are going to tell the truth as it bears on conditions of fact and not fancy, you've got to advise just this thing occasionally. Cheetham & Co. are in a thousand lines of business. They have no understanding of honorable dealing with any one if through dishonorable double dealing they have a fair chance of beating some one, whether he be a competitor or an employe....

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

Hj^p^ V uiipio Points About tlio U i^HP States Worth itcmeniberJ^^^ B \mong the many geographical HF pi cuHaritics in the United StntoB ! there are some especially inter* I J , .eating. r Tim two largest counties Inl ' tno United States are Custer i county, Montana, and San Her- | nandino county, California. Each I of these is al little more than) tiO.OOO square miles in extent,' ami tiie States of Massachusetts,! 11 hod o Island, Delaware and New Jersey could be put inside the boundaries of either of them. The smallest county in the Union is Bristol county, Khode Island, which has only -5 square miles. The county in the United! states having the largest population is New York, which has 2.000.000 neonle in it. At thn time of the last census bailey j county, Texas, which is about "the size of the State of Rhode Island, had only four inhabitants. About r?0 miles from Durango, Colorado, there is a point where four States meet. Here by stepping a few feet in either direction one can wa...

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

W" Jidinsloii, Dav& Tern Co. okockry dkpartmknt Hp/- Xnn8 in Near?We Are Ready V ' Everything for Your Fruit Cake f a full link of I Fink Confectioneries I Fruit Cake %. 20c per pound I Don't Forget We Sell Electric Light | ' Globes hone No. 24 [ VOLUME 44. I APPPMFS WADlf I em ?irnes * ITeglofet (SLomsolibaieb Settfitiel 'ISlovembev JB, (903$ SALEM, VIRGINIA^ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1910. | MIIIWTLU TT Villi DONE AT CATAWBA Anti-Tuberculosis As?oclt?tion Thinks State Should EiiIiukc Tu l?e renins is Sanatorium. * , i.lj'v 10ml, Va., Feb. 21, 1910.? TT tate Anti-Tuberculosis Ast: i ' von lias formally approved lb. work being dona by the r; St . :j Board of Health at the Catawba Tuberculosis Sanatorium, and has urged upon the Asr i embly the needs of this work in the conquest of tuberculosis in the State. Renrnnentntivon of | . the Association have appeared t before the Home Finance CoinI mitten and have expressed their confidence that the work being done at Catawba is eco...

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

WordsTETE ^B -Bomeof the Wonders of the New B Telepost System of TelcBraphin,?. The communicating or transmission of language to a distance Is of very repote origin. The word "telegraphy," strictly defined, means "writing afar off. As practiced today, however, it has a wider and broader meaning, signifying the sending of messages to a distance by any means excepting speech. The method of transmitting messages by sight signals is perhaps one of the earliest known. The sending up of columns of smoke from the top of high hills / and mountains was one method used by the Indians of this country for many years; and flog and torch signaling, or "wigwagging," as It Is called, is still used by the army and navy to a certain extent. Signaling by sound, such as blowing a whistle and ringing of bells is used generally throughcut the wo. hi: while the electric telegraph, an invention of com- j paratlvely recent years, is the most important and most used of all. An interesting and instructive art...

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

BRTem I PUBLISHBD BVBKY THUUSD V Salem Printings Pubi WW M. a. McCLUNG, Bdi ? w. W. McCLUNG. lit I Subseriptic I Oil? Year. ^ Nine Moflths, 8'x Mojfthe, |l Three Months, .... fe < " k ; PHONE >( >ok can keep silent as well as 1 *nlk. -f'vT/* j'ayor Ga.vnor is teaching v Ta-nmany what economy means. 1 looks as though the President can get anything lie wants f: >m Mr. Aldrich. prlng is coming. Baseball si i edules arc being adopted, , w ;iich is a sure sign. Tho Republican Congressional ft :i333 need considerable mending th's year for the coming election , 1hi* fall. An early adjournment ] of Congress will be necessary to give Republican Congressmen time to fix them. 'i'lie Supreme Court of the Initcd States is upholding the . l ite railroad legislation. The ' railroads will find that there is Mithority to which they must , be subject. -nator Aldrich and his monetary commission arc meeting v, ith decided opposition in the (Y tral Bank scheme...

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

r _? " W. C. T. U. COLUMN OFPIC'KK.H NAIJIN W. V. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah llobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mm. 0. W. l'rlce, Mrs. Ob Turner. Mrs. J. E Shank, Mrs. K. It Moore Mrs. H. T. Sememes. Recording Secretary,?Mrs. a. F. Moyor. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank Treasurer.?Mr?. tJoorge S. Stevt.is. Nil per t iat ciMlcii t m of Dopnrtiiiciifa. 1 Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Kvangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E Obenchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. I). T. Semones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens Work among Soldiers arul Sailors?Mrs. U. F, Moyor. Sunday 8chool.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Mjss Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Home?Mrs. K It. Moore. Social Meetings and lted Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. Day. [Tiik Timbs-Rkoistbh and Sentinel. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. Union, wlio will iiavo the entire char...

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

% Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVKKY THURSDAY. <fli aiotmst'rw 4^ 4$mmi desirable Roods in tho abovo linos, at itiuuoy-suvluK prices, II Roto > i E. B. MARSHALL'S 1 Corner Malu and Broad Streots RENTS GETTING CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. ftoKoscoteoitostoitoitoiioatoatoatoito | OUR SODAf I FOUNTAIN | O NKKVKN Tit E COOLEST AND ^ IF MOST REFRESH I NO SODA, O 1? MADE VROIH THE PVRESTAID * O MOST W1IOLEHOME MATERT. ? U ALS. o H h ???????????? o 2 PLKNTY OK CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLK ASK 1IY Til KIK NOVELTY j| * OUR 1CK CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? ? SMOOTH RICHNESS ANI) PURITY? 5 O PROVE ITS MERITS. J| O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGG 2 ii DRINKS ARK THE 1JKST. WE SERVE O ? THEM JUST TO 8UIT YOUR TASTE. * It O o WE ALSO MAKE FRESII HOME MADE St It CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O j...

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

NO CURE IN MADSTONE. Its Ui? a Survival of SuperstiB tiouH In Medicine, Says B Scientist. There arc few communities without p; r-so us who believe tliat t abi \i or hydrophobia may bo v urcd by tlie application of a madstoae. i'rof. George W. Stevens, biologist at Alva State Normal School, lias studied the j: ibpot of inadstones closely for a number of yearn and says: h y belong to th?? age when euros were performed by charms ami magic. They have long been discarded by <loetors, and are now found only in th?i hands of persons why know notiiing of 4 l.M u r I .lie ?->lJ lUXMirO Ol IllOdU'lll.! ill VUPIC.'is;). Madstoaes should bo classed with th"* buckeye, which was once carried iu the pocket to prevent rheumutism; with the bag of asafortida which was hung about a child's neck to v.a: J off contagious diseases, and with the rattles of a snake car-* r ied ia the hat to prevent headache. They are now mere curiositi s, recalling the strange steps in human intellige...

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

A WllLOWWARE FARM. The United States Government V has great faith In the future of B willow growing iu this country, H and this last year upward of one hundred thousand basket willow cuttings Were distributed free to those willing to start willow farms. The cuttings came from the experimental " farm near Arlington, outside of IB Washington, where laborers in charge of trained foresters pre pare cuttings for tho people. H It is five years since this exQ perimental willow farm was started, ami in that time over half a million cuttings have been I distributed free. With the cuttings go carefully prepared directions for planting ami cultivation, with hints about the best varieties to grow for market. Willowcraft is thus at new industry in this country; but it is one that promises much for farmers, especially for children and wives. Practically all our high grade willow is imported from [ Furope; bui-' we can raise as good in this country as they do Jin France and Germany. Wil-? lowware ...

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

TAFT ON RAGE PROBLEM. Its Solution liieH in Prosperity 1 ?of the South, 8ays President.* I ???? ^n^H Washington. February 18.? In the prosperity of tho South lies the solution of the race probloin, in the opinion of President I Taft, who participated tonight f in a conference of educators and I philanthropically disposed men and women of Washington on industrial education in the South at tiie residence of Miss Mabel T. Iloardman. | "There are two things working toward the solution of the ?negro problem," said the President. "One is the development of interest among the better class of Southerners in the education of the negro and a consciousness of the fact that noth" ing will so much help the South as such education. The other important feature is the increase of the wealth of the South. "Th? South, until the last do oaae, naa a uroauiuny 11am xime to support the government of her States without education, but now the South is getting richer faster. I am delighted to lia .'o 15 cen...

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

Daj& T errj Co. oltockily dkpautmknt B Xmas i* Near?We Are Heady If Sv<rythll)g for Your Fruit Cuke / a pull link ok Fine Confectioneries y Fruit Cuke On 20c per pound ft Don't. Forget We Sell E'ectric Eight Globes | houe N >. 31 ;. VOLUME 44. p PENNSYLVANIA - - -? i ??i i pa I cm uamcs JUatoicr ?oriisolibalcb Sentinel ^Tloocmbci: 16, 1903 $ ? SALEM, VIRGINIA^THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1910. ~ I NOW OWNS N. &W. Secures Knotttrli of tlie Capital Stock to CJive It Absolute Control. Philadelphia, Pa., February 25. ?The Pennsylvania Railroad, directly and through its subside lory companies, now holds an absolute* majority of the $80,000,000 capital stock of the Norfolk and Western Railway. This important fact became known today, as to its correctness. By getting itself into this position with respect to the Norfolk and Western, in which property It has had an important and la reel v dominntlna- tntai>oDf ^ v ? kkt W>1 ^OV 1U1 a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1910

|HHI^H!SKtKS r AND CATCH COLD. A deeply observing person who claims to have discovered that mm men who wear whiskers or mustache are much more liablo to catch cold than are the cieanW shaven, has inspired the sclenF tifically learned London Lancet r to look into the matter. ' It is suggested that} the habit of daily shaving may prove an antiseptic process which regularly removes pathogenic organisms which otherwise lurk and grow in the beard or mustache. It is. of course conceivable that the f mustache affords a nursery for organisms, especially as it must bo moist, and occupies a position close to the breathing intake. Further, it is reasonable enough to at utile that the daily shave does, as a matter of fact, amount to a regular antiseptic routine. The mustache is obviously difficult to clean thoroughly, and it id open to doubt whether mere washing completely sterilizes it. Even if that should bo the case, the mustache would soon bo full of organisms again, as it is constantly exp...

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

^^Poemiimcs^efl HT S PUBLISHED BVKKY THUKl W Salem Printings Puf M. O. McCLUNO, I W w. W. MoCLUNO. Subscript One Year, Nine Months, Six Months, Three Months, .... PHON HAVE AN AMBITION, The young man who desires to do something in this world must , first decide on what he wants to "be. He must find what he has an aptness for. He must have an ambition, and a high ambition, and he must work in season and out of season to obtain that ambition. He who starts in this life in this manner will likely make his mark, but the vacillating, go-as-you-please do-little young man, who expects to get rich without labor, will find when ho has reached 35 or 40, that! his life has been a failure. NEW CORPORATION TAX LAW. ' ' The new corporation tax law went into effect yesterday. Many of the corporations, over half, have failed to make returns to the government, upon which returns the tax is based. The tax being a new1 one, misunderstandings arise about it. Many cornorations are not nrnnarwl submit th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1910

V W. C. T. U. COLUMN orriCKKM NALRM W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs Mliuali llobbs Day. Vic-Presidents.?Mrs. C. w. Prlee. Mrs. Ola Turner. Mrs. J. K Shank, Mrs. F?. H Moore, Mrs. U. T. Seuiones. ittcordlnK Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. <s^/ Treasurer.?Mrs. (leorge S. Stevens. S Nii|?erluleii?l?*utM of Depart men (m. Literature. Mrs. Cbas. Corbltt. ' Rv and Ism ami Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obeuchuln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. h. T. Seruones. Medal Contests. ?Mrs. Lucy Oraveiy Stevens. Work among Soldiers ami Sailors Mrs. O. F. Sunday 8cliool.?Mrs. J. T. Venn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperatioo Instructions ? Miss 1 Fannie Folks. j ' > rence written ton Home?sirs. K. it. Moore. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss Si air trie Whltesoll. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. Tun Times-Ukgistbh and Skntinki.. at tlieir request,has placed a column at the disposal ot the earnest and faithful women of the W. O. T. Union, who ...

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