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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1910

W Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVEUY THUK8DAY. I ^ c&ft aSH I For desirable Koods In the abovo V I lines, at motiey-suvlng prices, K I go to I * E. B. MARSHALL'S I Corner Main and Broad Streets |k RENTS I GETTIN^IjEAPKR 8 If you do not believe H thifl nonaillf r>nr liof nf ??"I WVMWM.V IIOW V1 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. ftoKoato?eo?ioatoatoaio*io?to?io?eoato 1 OUR SO DA | |FOUNTAIN I O SERVES THE COOLEST AND ? If MONT KEFRRRHING SODA, O ? MADE VROH THE PUREST AND * O MONT WHOLESOME MATEItl. ^ If AI-8. O S ===== * & PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * ^ O DRINKS TO PLEASE nY THEIR NOVELTY ? * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS g H SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY,? q O PROVE ITS MERITS. jg O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGG 2 Sf DRINKS ARE THE REST. WE SERVE O O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. * O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE Jg f CANDIES DAIL...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1910

SOUTH DAKOTA V Stream tor .'TO Miles Unsafe tor I Use Because of Mine ? Operations, " South Dakota has a creek that for 30 miles is deadly poison." said Col. J. A. George, of Dradwood, in Washington, recently. "We produce out there nearly $7,000,000 in gold every year. Most of it is saved by free milling and the cyanide process, and it is this latter that has caused the waters of the creek to be V UIIHJ puisuiuius. Jin;* i ri'o milling process from 05 to 70 j per cent, of the gold is saved, j while by the Cyanide process from 85 to ".>11 per cent, can bo suved, and then by taking up the cyanide solution and running it through pipes several miles an additional saving is hud. A description of the Homestake mills, some three miles above Deadwood, explains the whole system of treating the ore. This mill treats ubout 5,000 tons of ore each day. The ore is run through the stamps and then over quicksilver, and finally through a solution of cyanide of potassium and zinc shavings,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1910

rCONVINCIl OF THE V Lydia E. Pinkham's V What is the use of procra evidence as the following leti sick woman or know one who you for not giving Lydia E, pound a trial ? For 30 years testimonial letters as these? genuine and honest, too, ever Mrs. S. J. Barber says: vmvtv vv/mj?viullu r^jKllijliii cino in tho world f?f women'?and PIkI ^ jUiiii I feel it my duty j| V~^* / ? to let others know the good it has done lor me. r i ^^ISWPPfl I had a tumor I V I * ft^Wvf^fI wkioh the doctor I \ \ 111^ inIf* "Icniu would have to be removed by an operation or I could not live more than a year, or two, at most. I wrote Mrs. rinkham, at Lynn, Mass., for advice, and took 14 tiottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and today the tumor is gone and I am a perfectly well woman. I hopo my testimonial will be of benefit to others." ? Mrs. S. J. Barber, Scott, !N. Y. Mrs. E. P. Hayes says: PilgajHjjrail "I was under the iiiflKOPwii doctor's treat. meiit for a fibroid ligg wpjljj tumor. I suffer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1910

HBr Scarcity ol'Supply Oivcu as the Cause, Despite Indictments. New York, March 1. ? Moat prices soared today, and James E. Bathgate, Jr., one of the in' dieted directors of tho National Packing Company, arranged to give $2,500 bail to guarantee his pleading to the charge of eonspiring to raise the cost of living. Bathgate is the first of the in- j dieted packers to offer to surrender, and will probably be the last. The others have declared that they intend to fight extradition stoutly. ' Search of tne cold storage warehouses in Jersey City resulted in the discovery of interesting exhibits, among which was a brace of chickens and a turkey as black as ink from their long association with frigid tcmper? atures, and also one turkey Which had been for 422 days in an artificial Arctic zone. The keeper of the warehouse said that the creature was as good to eat as it had ever been, and that lie was willing to have it served to him at any time. The inspectors bore away the venerable bird fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1910

P^trMDCfl ODDU IF ?IN THE BULK AT? I JobQstoD, Da; & Terr; Go's. They have a FRESH SUPPLY? all kinds, and can save you inouey. Also Northern-grown Seed Potatoes, ?Early Hose, Early Ohio, Irish Cobbler. Silver Skin and Yellow Danver Onion Set^ PIIONE NO. 24. VOLUME 44. | SEEKING A SITE (Ston^olibateb Sentinel 3Tox>embe* 10, 1903 & SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910. i FOR ARMY GAMP i Ollicer hooking Over Koanoke Valley, ami is ilucli IMoaseil With Location. . . ?^ ' Salc'ii and Roanoke and t*o sui rounding country have a good chance to secure the camp of 12,000 soldiers of the United States army and National Guards from Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Pennsylvania and Delaware next July. Captain 13. H. Wells, quartermaster sergeant of the United States army, with headquarters on Governor's Island, arrived In Roanoke Monday, and with Lieutenant Bracken, of the recruiting office, and representatives of the passenger department of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1910

(By Pearl True.) Ohl What must I do? Brother wants ine to tnarry Ned, and 1 don't think Ned Morris loves HF me. To my opiniou ho is one of ^F these deceitful, put-on kind of F fellows who don't really know I what they do want. But as for I me, I could love Ned to death, J and, to be honest, 1 don't know that 1 don't love him that way now. I Just believe I will 'phone to Nell and tell her all about it, I o(s I aim a poor orphan girl and have no one to tell my troubles to except brother, ? but, of course, ne uon ? want! to dc i bothered with my "foolishness." m In a few minutes they were E talking away very rapidly, and ' after she had told Nell everything, she said, "Now, Nell, tell * me honest, what would you do? You know I love Nod, but I am not sure he loves me as he should. I guess you know brother Jack is to be married in about six months, and then I will be alone, sure enough." "Well, Mary," said Nell, pausing a moment, "I can't imagine really what I would do, but I believe I w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1910

? r %{j. IU. COLUMN orrU'KiM HALF.M W. C. T. ?J. President.?Mrs. Mlmali Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. c. W. Price, Mrs. M. B. ilorry. Mrs. J. E. Shank. Mrs. K. K Moore. Mrs. II. T. Semoues. Recording Secretary,?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. t , Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. ? Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. Superintendents or Departments. Literature.-?Mrs. Chus. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obonchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Seiuones. ^ ^ Medal Contests. -Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. I Moyor. * Unn.lno T m vuuuaj QVUWU ?UIO* il* X r CIIll. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. FlorenceCrittenton Home?Mrs. E. K. Moore. Social Meeting aud Hed Letter Day.?Miss MaKgio Whltescll. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. (Tint Timrs-Ukutstpr and 8kntinku at ttielr request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of She W. U. T. Union, who will have the ent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1910

ibpalcm $imcs ^c( PUBLISHED EVERY THCTUt v salem printings put M. G. McCLUNG, 1 W. W. McCLUNU. mf' Subscript S One Year, ... |A Nine Mouths, , M Six Mouths, ..... MB Three Months, .... W PHON H The three hundred millions ??. H year which Mr. Aldricli says he v can save n 110 wore runnii.T* "tno government, just equals the amount expected to be raised by his new tariff law. A curious coIncidence 1 DISCONTENTED. 'With navy beans at 15 cents a pound, and other edibles at proportionate prices, the miners of the coal fields of Southwest Virginia are becoming very much dissatisfied. They can scarcely make enough to pay house rent and living expenses. This condition, if it exists for any length I of time, will cause trouble in the I mining regions. F PIRACY IN BUSINESS. L There has never been a time f when the common iaw did not put monopoly and conspiracy under the ban. Business has been carried 011 extensively and profitably without criminality for centuries. Prosperity docs not mean opp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1910

V r WORTH WHILE? ^ It is surprising tlio number of people who seem to go through life absolutely devoid of any desire to achieve that gentle art rof popularity whigh is such an efficient lubricant to the daily wheels of existence. Take, for instance, the stout, often overJk dressed woman who plumps her) self down in the already nearly full car, generally ruthlessly sitting upon the dress and part of the anatomy of the unhappy passengers next to her, any mild protest on their part being met with a stare of surprise and a further settling down of the Kttllrvr f/ttuti VsMist no titint linln uuirvj x\jx in. kjiic lumiuv nuiji her size, of course, and any sign of a desire on her part to take up as little room as possible would be met by her fellowpassengers with an equal desire to give her more space. But she does not give this sign. Evidently to her this little amenity is not worth considering, and she has not achieved popularity. I A smile from her, a murmured word of apology, and she'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1910

Tf Times-Register and Sentinel. I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. <sc??sfc?k? t?eeu3sr rv 4-% ^ IKor deslrablo goods in the above I Hues, at money-saving prices, I goto I E. B. MARSHALL'S I Corner Maiu and Broad Streets I ^ RENTS SETTlflft 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. I E E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM. VA. ?eo ?to stoato stono ttoato atosto I | OUR SO DA | ? FOUNTAIN I O NI5BVKS Tilt; COOLEST AND g IT MONT RRFRRKHINQ SODA, O 2 RADF. VKON THR PITRENTAND * o MOHT WIIOI.ENOMR NATERI. g 11 AI.N. O O % U o 2 PLENTY OF CRUSHED FHTJITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO llLEASE HY THEIR NOVELTY g * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O g> SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITfi XIFfJtTfl ? o OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGG < I ?f DRINKS AUK THE HEST. WK SERVE O O TIIEM JD6T TO SUIT YOUIt TASTE. M O WK AL60 MAKE FRESH HOME MADE J| ? CANDIES DAILY, AN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1910

rA CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY. Bbocktug Cruelty to Cattle on the Icy Plains of the West. Upon the prairies of Montana, North Dakota and Albe'rta millions of cattle and tens of millions of sheep roam, absolutely unconfined by fence. The value of the range cattle represents < over $500,000,000, not to mention nearly $100,000,000 in sheep. Stock ranging means that cattle or sheep must take care of themselves as beat they can from .tin December to April or May, when W the bleak prairie is covered with snow and there is no shelter or water?only ice and snow to eat In its place. For food there is sparse dried grass, which has to he pawed from unden the ground's winter cover. Exhausted, chilled through, parched with thirst, dazed and consumed with hunger, huge steers, cows and calves wander aimlessly for a time and then drop down never more to rise. Cattlemen expect to lose from 5 to 10 per cent, each winter from starvation. If it becomes 15 to 25 per cent, it is a bad year. Their m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1910

Maintains Four Hospitals For P Care of These Unfortunates. Richmond. Va., Feb. 2G. ? The State of Virginia has four hospitals for the care of its insane. There are three?the Eastern, located at Williamsburg, founded in 1773; the Western, at Staunton, founded in 1838, and the Southwestern, at Marlon, cs? tablished in 1887. all of which are for the exclusive use of a hite patients. The Central, devoted to the care of the negro insane, is now situated at Petersburg. It was first established in Richmond, in 1870, but in 1883 was removed to the present site. These institutions are supported by an appropriation made by the General Assembly. \ The Eastern has accommodations fOr ?bout 000 patients, the report forv the fiscal year ended September 30, loO8. the last one available, shows a total of 884 patients, divided as follows: 440 male and 385 female. Tho per capita cost of maintaining the institution is $150.41 The Eastern has an 85-acre farm run in connection, much of the work being don...

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

r GARDEN SEED ?IN THE BULK AT? Johnston, Day & Terry Co's. They have a FRESH SUPPLY? all kinds, and can save you money. w 1 prwjjpffifvPT^Y'mipp ? IP" pp?vwvuf'ii,n' jny w"PjpiP**u,< ? 11 ?p<ilcttt Sititw *itcatsfc* (?lon?olibat<?b ^j*C jj% 1|^^ *0, 1903* SALEM, VJ RGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, llTlO. Also Northern-grown beeu Potatoes, ?Early ltco'e, Early Ohio. Irish Cobbler. Silver Skin and Yellow Danver Onion Sets. PIIONE NO. 24. VOLOME44. WITHDRAWAL OF NOLL'S CHARGES {Sorry lie Miide Cliarge of* Mismanagement at Catawba Sanatorium. hichmond, Va., March 14.?The: Senate and House held a brief constructive session this morning. There was, of course, nothing new accomplished. Senator Noel read from a typewritten paper, and did not hesitate to declare that he had been made the victim of an apparent purpose to vent personal spite, at his expense, on a department of suite government. The full responsibility of the matter is, by i the utterance...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1910

pnr PF fthouljl 1*? Owned by Kvery Busiucss Hint Professional Man and Kvery Farmer in Itoauoko Comity. The only complete directory, and tin? first and only commercial guide ever published in ltoanoke county is now being compiled by the Virginia Directory and Publishing Company. This valuable book will give the correct name, occupation, mail address, and rating when obtainable of every white resident auuit hi xne county, it win also show the road on which each) person lives, the nearest rail-j road station and the number of miles from same. We do not know of anything: that will be of more value to Roanoke county people than this work. The expense of compiling such a work is enormous. Every home in the county will be personally visited by men who are bonded, and are 011 their oath to use the greatest care in securing all data correct and complete. Every business and professional man, and every fanner in Roanoke county, should purchase a copy of this book, and assist In every way possi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1910

]PUBLlSHBDjyVBRT THCtt8D Hbclem Printings PUBI WJ M. Q. McCLUNG, Ed: U -M y/ W. W. MoOLUNU. Bl Subscriptic Olje Year, ...... ^ Nine Months Six Months, Three Months, .... PHONE The Philadelphia strike has l been on for three weeks. The city of brotherly love is showing that, if it still hael the spirit of < brotherly love, it Is not exercis Ing it. It is like the fish in the cave, which having no use for its eyes for so long, has lost the use of its eyes. 1 GENIUS AND VIRTUE. t It is absurd to say, "I will be a man of genius," it is noble to say, "I will be a man of virtue!" It is not practicable to strive after genius, but it is after virtue. Napoleon was a man of genius; Washington a man of virtue. ? Victor Hugo. $2.00 PER MILE. , The first aerial transportation line has been opened in Germany, and the rate is $2.00 per mile. This line must be intended for the accommodation of the millionaires of the country. It 1 surely can be of no use to the 1 average citizen of Germa...

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

?i i i ' - wpiw.I?I. f W. C. T. U. COLUMN k orrirBKMf)4lkn w.c.t. v. Prwldont.-mre. Mltnah llobbs Day. ft Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C\ W. I'rlco. Mrs. M. K. Hk Berry. Mrs. .1. I' shank. Mrs. K. It Moore, V Mrs. II. T. Seiuoiies. I Uecortllnjr Secretary.?Mrs. G. f. Moyer. I Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. B. Shank. I Treasurer.?Mrs. George 8. Stevens. ft Muperiuf cmlentM of l>?|tnrtincntM. I Literature.?Mrs. ('litis. Uorbltfc. Kvannollsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. obeuchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. 801110110s. Medal Contests.-Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. L Work among: Soldiers ami Sailors Mrs. (?. F. Mover. F Sunday School.- Mrs. J. T. Penti. Medical Temperance Mrs. John Shank. 'Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Crittent on Home?Mrs. E K.Moore. Social Meetings and Hod Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltosell. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. Day. [Tiik Timbs-Kkoistkr and Skntinki,. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal ol the earnest and faithful wom...

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

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. oa8&?E& cucdcasr n 4ppc?ffl^ (Ss^ For desirable goods in the above lines, at money-suvlng prices, go to E. B. MARSHALL'S ^ Corner Main and Broad Streets br RENTS fiETTIMC 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 8ergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. ?o*o*o*o?co?to?o*ono?to*o*o*o f ottr snn i : IFOUNTAIN I O NKRVEN Till: COOLERT AND ? IT 1WONT ItRFRKAHXNU SODA, O 2 MADE VROM I'M K I'l RKS'I'AXI) * O NOHT WUOMISOME MATERI. If AIM. 0 q ?* if ??????? o 2 PLKNTV OK CBUSIIRD FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIU NOVELTY ? * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS g )f 8MQOT1I RICHNESS AND PURITY? * O PROVE ITS MERITS. j| O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO 2 If DRINKS ARE THE REST. WE SERVE 0 O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. * m o O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE J| f CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE g - S CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY F...

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

rmSUUIII i l!IUIIP!RCMPnp TO FOREST CONSERVATION The South faces many problems affecting its well-being and prosperity?it has the many grave ones involved in tlu; race question; in child ami other labor problems; in educational problems; in combating the boll weevil; in eradicating the socalled "hookworm"; in overturning many gross misconceptions concerning the South and its rightful place in the nation; in work for placing it oil a sure foundation for coming greatness and wealth and power, and it is facing all these things ami many more, bravely and with determination to solve them rightly 1 The largest economic question of them all, tho one bearing the "V most of menace and danger to the whole South?to tho South of today as well as to the glorious South that will be?the forest question?it ignores I The SouthV indifference to forest conservation is, tharpfcrp, a matter of grave concern to those who know forest conditions, and we may with propriety sharply set forth' some of the ser...

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

f THE PROMISE Of ?PRINf.TIMF Ul I1IMU I IITILt Along about this time o' year the average citizen wakes one morning with an odd feeling in his heart that something pleasm ant is going to happen, tie leaps out of bed, throws open his shutters and stands shivering before the open window, too entranced with what he sees outside to pull it down; for there is a: wide band of early spring sunshine ly ing across the city, and up above the streets and the gray and red walls of the houses on either side is a sky of heavenly blue, windswept and clear of clouds save for a few floating fragments of white mare's tails near the horizon; the maple treo just outside the window is beginning to sprout little knobs at the end of each branch and down below in the strip of yard which Is the privilege of the average citizen a rose bush is doing its infinite best to declare that green is the fashion of spring. Something pleasant has happened. The citizen knows it and , sings as he splashes into his tub. ( ...

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

^SOAKED WITH CORPO r RATION INFLUENCE r l |P In considering the official re* cord of President Taft as thus far written, and seeking some explanation of his failure to make favorable impression upon the public sentiment of the country, one should look to the | character, history and past af-j filiations of the men who sit around the Cabinet table. Mr. Tuft's first real message to the American people as their Presi-1 dent, was to bo read in his selee-j 4 w\V1 <\f O/lirt t?o ?i lt ik mi o ii v/t OUU9CIO, r ao ci? iiiaii is judged largely by the company he keeps, so a President's aspira-( tions, ideals, purposes, and the Inward secrets of his policies are to be largely measured and csti-i mated by the tone, the caste, I the spirit of his voluntarily chos-j en official family. And as time goes by, this "first message" is being shown to be the most ini-; portant, as perhaps it is the most disappointing of any deliverance vet made b.v Mr. Taft. or is like ly to bo made by him i...

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