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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 January 1907

^ r 'i Sj? y < '^ 9 ' V ' ?SiaJrnt 3Dwj$?? -HUB- ^ <Son*olibafcb jj, 1903 * ' ' Jf j VOLUME 41. ~ SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1907. NUMBER 34 i / * NATIONAL CAPITOL i A Budget of Interesting Gossip from the Nation's Capital. I (From our regular correspond eat.) ( WARniNOTON, D. 0., \ January, 15, 1907. / i The office of Lieutenant-Geneial of the army origually created for George Washington is in a fair way * to be abolished, the first step in that 1 direction having been taken by the Lower House of Congress last week 1 when that body voted to eliminate ' it. For a century the office was ' considered the highest honor that > could be conferred in the service, 1 and it was awarded those alone who < had won distinction in the army. < Of late, however, it has been little < more thau a sinecure, and men by ? no means distinguished in the ser- 1 vice of the country have held it. It 1 is intimated in nnme miarter*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 January 1907

1 mi ROYAL BLUE GRASS HY JOHN J. INGALLS. Next iu importance to th< divino profusion of water, ligln and air, those threo great phys' iofll fnpffl ivhi^h rnndop uviufnn tence possible, may be reckon ed the universal beneficence ol grass. Exaggerated by tropica heat and vapors to the gigantic cane congested with its sac charine secrotion, or dwarfec by polar rigors to the fibrouc hair of Northern solitudes, etn bracing between these extremes tho maize with its resolute pen. none, the rico plant of Southern swamps, the wheat, rye, barley, k oats and other cereals, no lest? than the hurablo verdure of hillside pasturo and prairie in the temperate zone, grass is the most widely distributed of all vegetablo boings, and at once a typo of our life and tho emblem of our mortality. Lying in the sunshine among the buttorcups and tho dandelions in May, 1 scarcely higher in intelligence than tho minute tenants of that mimic wilderness, our earliest recollections are of grass; and whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 January 1907

i WHAflSAKISSl A German Lover's Definition otwl 1 ft . i*uit uwiiiv7 itf v nriviivn* The dictionary informs tht # breathless seeker after truth that a kiss is "a form of salutation expressed by the contact with pressue, of the lips"? which definition, though deai and concise, seems to leave something to be desired. Jonathan Swift testily remarks: "Lord! 1 wonder what fool it was that first invented kissing"?and many more are the disgruntled speeches which have been made by men and women ever since the art first became known on earth. It is nrohn.hl? that. ?v?rv mother's son of us?and daughter, too?has some sort of an idea what a kiss is, in spite of the reticence of the language Solons, but it is doubtful if anyone ever clothed the idea more appropriately than the lover who in 1679 wrote the epistle from which the following extract is taken. It is translated from the German: "What is a kiss? A kiss is, as it were, a seal expressing our sincere attachment; the pledge of our future un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 January 1907

r jp 4 ~$alcin eimcsi-gUjj PUBLISHED EVEKY THCHS Salem Printing and C. D. DKN1 W. W. MOOLUNU. Subseripti Oue Year .... . Niue Mouths . Six Months ...... Three Months Dunw i I t X A X ^ J _____________________ SETTING IN EXAMPLE. Judge T. N. Haas, of Hockingham, has only been on the bench a few months, but already he has won a name?and we might add the word fame? as a business Judge. Evidently he had already seen enough of the needless time-killing and utibitsiness-like methods that have characterized the conduct of the Courts generally, to profit by that experience, and he has determined to set a pace that is worthy of emulation, for there is every indication that throughout the State the masses are becoming restless at what is commonly called the law's delays. The Courts would add to, rather than detract from, the dignity of that exalted and responsible position by requiring promptness on the part of all concerned in the dispatch of all business before them; by having regular hours...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 January 1907

It Ctuiets the Cough This is one reason whv Aver's fi Cherry Pectoral is so vaiuaI ble in consumption. It stops % the wear and tear of useless coughing. But it does more X?it controls the inflammation, !jj quiets the fever, soothes, heals. I Ask your doctor about this. J Th beat kind of a testimonial? J "Soil tor over sixty yoars." ScAjf HI. W?1 jG, Mr.lt hr.T.C. Ajmr Co., towell, Han. ?J jrPi Altio u-unuffcetuross of 8 ^ SARSAPARILU. ? 4' K 1 ? ?> PILLS. JA -*r? \.-A B Cj HAIR VIGOR. Wo linvo no ooerets I Wo publish {3 (no formulas of all our mouiolties. Hasten recovery toy keeping the bowels regular with Ayor's Pills. FOR E?ery-Day GROCERIES GO TO Johnston Si Day's UP TO DATE STORE. THEIR STOCK IS COM PLETE WITH ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON?FRUITS AND CONFECTION S. Strict attention to all orders and prompt delivery. PHONE 24. | GOHRAD'S PHABMACY Pure Drugs and , Chemicals, Toilet Articles and PERFUMERY. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Prepared from The Purest Drugs. HOT AND...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 January 1907

W. C. T. U. COLUMN ili ril I KS S \ I.I'M W. c. T. IT. Presl'ltf'it.?Mrs. Mtmah Hobbs Day. vic-' i iv- hi'mits.?mrs. I. m. Leo, Mrs. a. n. I llrowii, Mrs. Julia stroiiocker, Mrs. li. K I M'wri', Mrs. H'. II. Itohiiisou. I ttoeordlnc Secretary.?Mts* Mary Strickland. I Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. WbltoI Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W, n. DiUard. Nliperlutcmlcutn (if l*?|?itrl nieiils. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. UOeuehaln. Press Superintendent.--Mrs K. I*. Kobertsoil. Florence Crlttunton llottie. ? Mrs. K. 11. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. IV. i?. \vbltescarver. Work among Soldiers nml Sailors?Mrs. G. F. ! Mover. Social Meetings and I ted Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. .1. T. l'enn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. [The Timkj-Keoister and Sentinel, at j their re<|'t?sl has placed a column at the i disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the tV. '! T. Union who will have entire c'targe of it...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 January 1907

POLITENESS PAYS. Men Who Obtained Their Start iu Rustless by Being * Courteous. It pays to be polite to millionaires. This Tom Gay, for 40 years a waiter in a New York hostelery, has found out to his great benefit. Tom used to wait upon David H. Moffat, , Colorado's leading banker, during the latter's visits to the mefvAnrvl t a Onn rloxr MaAT c% f vivpv/iid. vuv u?j jlu&? iuvtiiku | asked Tom if he would like to go to Europe. "It has been the dream of my life," was the waiter's reply. Tom went across as Mr. Moffat's guest. He saw Tondon, Paris, Berlin and most of the other important cities. The two men?they are about the same age?GO odd?became the closest of friends. Again last year they made a tour of Europe. And now Mr. Moffat is giving 158 acres of land at Steamboat Spring, Routt county, Col., to Tom aud is building a beautiful home for him, so that he can live as a good fellow should in the autumn of his life. There will be golf links and polo grounds, an artificial...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 January 1907

THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS * ANT EVENING REVERIES. i A CoMtiuu Uedlcnted to Tirod > Mothers as They Join The Home Circle. ' e You ask why the world isn't 1 better, why there isu't more I charity and love extant than we find therein? The reason is plain. There are too many in the world who will not ca?t their bread upon the waters unless they are assured beforehand that it will come back in a few days a full grown sandwich all trimmed with ham, butter and mustard. y My dear readers, is it net true, we too seldom speak of heart's gladness, but dwell on its misery? Keep account of the people you meet and see how little they say that is pleasant and happy and much that is dreary and sad. They will tell of uodily aches, paius and infirmities. They will complain bitterly of the heat if it is warm, or of the chill if it is cold. They will speak of the discouragement in their busiuess, the hardships in their occupation, the troubles in their various duties, aud ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 January 1907

-am?- ^ ?onsolibaleb TSTooembeir 16, 1903 & I jii VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1907. NUMBER 35 _ IN THE FAR WEST. A Former Citizen of this County Gives Impressions Of Oregon. Editor Tlmo*-Kei(Uter slid Sentinel: "Beyond the Alps lies Italy!" bo, too, it may be said: Beyond the Cascades, if you would see Oregon. Three decades ago, and less, it waB rare to find a white eettler in all this broad land. Fifty-six years ago two Yankees owned the lands where now the city of Portland stands. Today four great trans-continental railways center here, and the great steamers and wind-jammers from the seven seas ride at anchor in the harbor. More than 150,000 people as prosperous and happy as may be found in auv land, now live here. ftrent steel-beam sky-scrapers loom up in ell parts of the city, and electric railways thread the streets and reach out in the country for many miles. Here great saw mills run day and night to meet the great call for lumber from San Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 January 1907

1 w REMARKABLE CASE Asleep For Year Young Man Awakes* XT i XT "\T?. T 1 r vu.,uuu.itt.? After being in a state of semiconsciousness for more than twelve months, James L.Cross a young raau who lives with his parents at 1232 Twenty-fifth street, has regained his memory and is able to sit up in bed and recognize his parents. A sucessful operation was performed upon the patient yesterday by Drs. William Iloskins, B. li. Gary and Goo. J. Williams at the General hospital, and he is now fairly on tho road to recovery. About a year ago young Cross, while at work in tho shipyard, fell and fractured his skull. He lay at the poiut of death for some time, and as days, weeks and months nnsmvl liv hn itn. proved very slowly. Ho never seemod to be fully conscious, slept most of the time, and often was roused to take nourishment only with great difficulty. Itocently the young man's case attracted the attention of several phsicians, who came to the conclusion thatan operation was necessary to restor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 January 1907

1 _ ENOUGH TO MAKE HIM DRINK. Learned men who discussed the dangerous influences of imperialism upon the American people at the recent science i convention, in Providence, over- I looked one bet in Denver. The i "water cure," practiced upon i Filipinos by American soldiors has been introduced into the do- i mestic life of the United States. 1 This barbarity is directly peace- 1 able, say the Denyer police, to toe poncy 01 imperialism. Patrolman Kersten was call- 1 ed the other day to the home of < Jamos Mickens, a meek little 1 man, weighing less than 125 I pounds. Mrs. Mickens, who 1 carries an even hundredweight, more than her husband, told the officer Mickens had been i abusing her. 1 The officer found Mickens < hog-tied and helpless on the 1 kitchen floor, guarded by Mrs. Mickens' fourteen-year-old son, 1 who according to the husband, < ( had bound him with a clothesline while Mrs. Mickens sot upon him. Gingerly the police- j man untied the rope ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 January 1907

4 PCIIL1SH ED EVERY TIIUR Salem Printing and U. D. DEN w. W. MoCLUNO. Subscript One Year Nine Months Six Mouths ...... Three Months . . . i . PHON IIAI) A DOUBLE PURPOSE. "Governor Swanson was given a rousing reception at Roanoke last Saturday evening, on the occasiou of the Lee anniversary exercises, at which he delivered the principal address. The audier^o which heard his scholarly and eloquent speech was limited only by the capacity of the building in which the exercises were held; and while those present gatnerea tor the purpose ot nttingiy observing the anniversary of the great sohlier and statesman whose virtues will evtr live in the memories and hearts of the Southern people, it was apparent that the sympathetic and appreciative audience was also anxious to honor a State Executive who has a large place in the affections and confidence of the people of this section. And it is safe to say that amoug his most loyal friends and enthusiastic admirers in the audience on the occasio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 January 1907

I / [For that | JLSU.tlU.1 ' lwimiw??????mammsamao I There is one thing that will cure it ? Ayer's Hair Vigor. It is a regular scalp-medicine. It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease. The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy. The dandruff disappears, had to disappear. A healthy scalp means a great deal I to you?healthy hair, no danI druff,no pimples,no eruptions. N Tho beat kind of a testimonial ? I "Sold for over sixty yoars." 6 J Msdo by J. O. Ayor Co.. Lowell, Mans. 3 J VI Also muiuhrUiron or I ? M y SARSAPARILLA. I \/?yers ^ULRR^EtTORAul FOR Every-uay1 GROCERIES GO TO Johnston & Day's UP TO DATE STORE. THEIR STOCK 18 COM PLETE WITH ALL THE DELICACIES OP THE 8EA8ON?FRUITS AND CONFECTION 8. Strict attention to all orders and prompt delivery. PHONE 24. OOHBAD'S pHARMACY Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Toilet Articles and PERFUMERY. 4 PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Prepared from The Purest Drugs. HOT AND COLD SODAS. Agency Hayler's Castles. *Mt8 THK. BEST.** |SKfr Piedmont ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 January 1907

6 I W. C. T. U. COLUMN! 11: , orti<i;usN?Li:n w.c.T.r. President.?Mr*. Mlittab llobbs Day. Vio*>*rr<--.ideiits.?Mm. I,. M. Iieo. Mr*. A. X. llrvwii, Mrs. Julia Stroheekor, Mrs. B. K i Moore. Mrs. \V. H. Kobluson. ttocordlnir Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. \ Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Wbltoscarver. 1 Ferguson. , Treasurer.?Mrs. W. U. Dlllard. ( Nii|i<>riut<-ti<lon?x uf t>?|?nrt mentn. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obeuchaln. Press Superintendent.?Mrs F. P. Koberteon. norvnw iriiieiuoit uome. ? Mrs. E. K. ] Moor*. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Luoy Gravely Btevene. 1 Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. H. Whltesearver. ( Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. K. Mover. * Social Meetings and Itod Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wbltesvll. Sunday School .?Mrs. J. T. Penn. 1 Literature- Mrs. K. S. Campbell. [The Times-Kkustir and 8 rutin el, at their request. lias placed a column at the | disposal of the earne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 January 1907

Y " l[NORITAir "So you are going home, senor?" The girl looked straight ahead at the wide sweep of the level prairie, her wide lips part* ed in a smile?a most tantalizing. anuoviner smile. Carruth ers thought as he caught a glimpso of it sideways. "Perhaps," he returned moodily. "I have stayed too long already." "You do not like Texas, senor?" V "You did not call mo senor last week." He bent toward her, slightly, but she did not turn her head. "You called me ?Jack." She laughed and flashed a hasty glance at him from her soft dark eyes. "That was a long time ago? last week?but I will call you it again if you wish, Mr. Jack." Carruthers did not notice the concession of her gay scorn. He stared out to where the cattle browsed?a sea of still, brown waves hundreds of them, motionless and peaceful in the morning sunrise. Hero and there on the outskirts, stood a ..r n ...uu ? ~ * ? i ii^uiu m a uuint' wion ?A riit'iil rider watching tlie grazing herd. Carruthors' gaze swept over the mass u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 January 1907

8 SAVE TUB HOHKS. A few weeks ago a oitjz*u of Ne>? ! York invited a fellow-cltizeu to board at his home, Hud the boarder bad uo sooner entered the houee than he fell J ' iu love witii li!? friend's wife. Forjj ?/ouie time be anuoyctl her with his! ultan'innu Mtitl flhiillv wh'Yf *[)(! kill- ! ?d her, then committed suicide. j A little Inter there was a repetition ' of this horrible tragedy lu the city of j Roanoke, under almost iieuticnl cir-[ CUlU-TMUCi'S. j Those who read tlie newspapers j ) closely will liud rntuy uuotber example, tuore or le*s tragic, to couflrtu the j 1 o'.d mying tbnt "uo house !a large'! enough for more than oue family." Tile iioiu-> it our greatest and most [ ( ??ered institution. It woe the tiret human institution ordained by Hod Almighty, and if we would promote our civilization and increase our rnor 1 allty and righteousness, we must pre- < serve i'H purity, and to that end pro- , tec it ng?insr all forms of daugr-roiis ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 January 1907

palettt ?ittte$?Mt&i&ftt I ?HH?? I CStonsolibaleb petti ittel QSTooember (0, (003 *> & I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1907. NUMBER 36 | ' I NATIONAL CAPITOL i A Budget of Interesting Uo88i|i from the Nation's Capital. ????? t(From our regular correspondent.) Washington, D. C., \ January, 28, 1907. j Tbe Senate, after giving th< a 1 AA f - !. IjLxvruae n ocuie ill llie IIWHUT UI raiS' iug Congressional salaries, final 1) concurred in providing for the increase, and though there was man) a timid man in the lower House afraid to vote for the raise, the vote was decisive and taken in the open, It is not believed that there will be any objection in the country at large to the increase. The people everywhere are only too well aware of the increase in the cost of living since Congressional salaries were first fixed at five thousand dollars not to approve an advance of twenty five hundred. But as each expenditure...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 January 1907

V THF nin.TIMF IIIL ULU I 1171L I RELIGION. Ono Dr. Crapsey, a Protestant clergy man has boon deposed from ttl^^Hpit for a denial of the livinj^ffuth of much of the Bible, now enlarges somewhat on his views of things sacred. The Garden of Eden never existed anywhere on oarth and the stories of the whale that swallowed Jonah are fables of some imaginative writer to illustrate vital truths, not to bo taken as recitals of real happenings, according to Dr. Crapsey. it 18 not our proviuce io preacn revealed religion; it is not our intention to display our ignorance as a theolog. The point wo emphasize is this: When one begius to reduce the Biblical narrative to illustrative fables and imagery it is timo for that disciple of higher criticism to leave the pulpit. Christianity is founded upon faith. One must become even as a little child and believe on Him and His teachings. When the ministers of Christianity 1 themselves begin to analyze tho Bible into an illustrative book . of moral teach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 January 1907

w . .. a \ J THE MORNING AFTER I "Ah, it was a glorious victory!" exclaimed Mr. Bildad, looking up over the morning paper and stirring his coffee with a flourish. "It was a glorious victory. The grand old party of freedom won a signal triumph against the hordes of discontent and hate. The business interests of the country are still safe, and those who would force the Americau working man to compete with the pauper labor of Europe, and all who want law to do for them what they are too lazy and worthless to do for themselves?all the enemies of progress and protection and prosperity have been relegated iu me rear oy a most uecisive?' "We are out of coal, Mr. Bildad," said Mrs. Bildad in a low voice. "Gosh, what's the matter?" howled Mr. Bildad. "It's only two weeks since we ordered that last ton, and it cost me a dollar more than it did last year." "Yes, and when I asked the price again yesterday, I found it had gone up another dollar." "The infernal robbers!" shouted Mr. Bildad. "They...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 January 1907

f i ^alciu $imc$-|lcg PUBLISHED BVKKV THCKS Salem Printing and C. D. I) EN I W. W. McCLUNU. I Subseripti One Year .... . Nine Months 8ix Mouths Three Months . . ; . pp phoni It'8 a safe but that the President will come out on top in that Brownsville affair, and he ought to, there is no doubt of that. "A Chicago professor says American women can't walk, Henry James says they can't talk, and now a New York man says they can't blush." But in the words of the old song, "cau't they spend the money."? Richmond News Leader. No matter about the claims; it is easy enough to prove that they can do all four, and not half try. The fact that the Duchess of Marlborough is to settle $100,000 a year upon the duke to get rid of him does not prove the rich the unliappiest people. Think of the fortunate wives who would give that much for similar riddance, but cannot raise the scads. I ?Louisville Courier-Journal. And just think of the poor husbands who would be glad to get less thau half the price pai...

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