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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 January 1907

j For J . I Tmie KU c ^ g <UL KJ * V Ayer's Cherry Pectoral certainly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. And it ccrtainiy strengthens weak throats and weak lungs. There can be no mistake about this. You know it is true. And your own doctor will say so. Tho bwet kind of a testimonial ? " Sold lor ovor sixty years." Ii taouaaryrrxiwmaauwmiiliiiu iiict? ? ij| n*Co by J. O. Ayor Co.. Lowell. Mass. /TU Alto inviua?Ur*ri of 9 SAKSAPARILLA. ZlLyers zl?svkk?. Wo have ao secrets! Wo publish tho formulas or all our medicines. kcop tho bowels regular with Ayer's Pills and thu3 hasten rocovory FOR r n tvery-uay GO TO I Johnston I Day's UP TO DATR STORK. THEIR STOCK 18 COM PLETE WITH ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON?FRUITS AN1) CONFECTION S. Strict attention to all orders and prompt delivery. PHONE 24. CONRAD'S PHARMACY Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Toilet Articles and 1 PERFUMERY. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Prepared from The Purest Drugs. HOT AND COLD SODAS. Agency Jlnyler's Cand...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 January 1907

re IM W. C. T. U. COLUMN if NtlXN W. T. I'. PresUlvnt.?Mr*. Mliuah lloblw Day. VtcH-Prv&ldont*.?Mrs. I. M. Luc, Mrs. A. N. 1 llrowu, Mrs. Julia Stmhccker, Mrs. K, H ; Moore. Mrs. \V. M. Itoblusott. Kocordlnt: SecretaryMiss Mary Strickland. . Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. h. Whltoscarver. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. it. Dlllard. SiipfrlutciulcutM ??t r I men t >. . Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obeucbuln. I'ross Superintendent.?Mrs F. I*. llobertson. I Florence Critteiiton Homo.? Mrs. K. H. I Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. LucyOravoly Stevens, j Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. n. Whltesoarvor. j Work among Soldiers utul Sailors?Mrs. <!. H. ; Moyor. Soelal Meet In its and lied Letter Day.?Miss Matrcle Wliltosell. II Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. l'enn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. ITllS TlMKl-ltRUlSTRR AND KkrtINEL. at their request has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women ; of the vV. <1 T. Union who will have e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 January 1907

TUB WEATHER. *ay, How is the weather down your way V Is there any disease Of the lungs or tho throat, Of the noso or tho larynx, That medicos note, Which somebody hasn't, And has good and hard, With weather conditions Which pay no regard To health or to season, But ladles out what? Makes winter a menace When they serve it too hot ? Qee whiz 1 Preserve him if thcro is. Cough, cough, cough, congh, Cough your cracking head 'most off; Sneeze, sneeze, sneeze, sneeze, 8neezo yourself into a wheeze; Wheeze, wheezo, whoozo, wheezo; Wheeze yourself back to tho sneeze; Aches and pains and pains aud aehos. Sweats aud fevers, chills and shakes; Every nerve is going some, Evory bone is on tho bum, Every muscle's sore, and you Look tho part and fool it, too. Oh, say, Ain't there a frappeu Somewhere In the circumambiout air ? Where's the frost ? Is it lost ? Where's the snow f Has It gone below ? Where's the good old winter-time ? j That's the weather for this clime. What wo're having is too hot? ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 January 1907

r>r~ K '.>' ? 90 miners killed. Llveo Simir. it out iu Stewart Slialt, in West Vir?iui?. Charleston, W. V* , Jan. 29.? At least uiueuty men arc known to have lost their lives iu the explosion at the Stewart miue, of the 8tewart Colliery Company, near Thurmond, ou the Chesapeake au<i Ohio, late tbisafternoou, and there is a possibility tliHt a large number of luiuers who have not been accounted for will be found dead iu the uiiue wlieu the rescuers get to work. About 200 iu?*u are employed there and the mine wns working a full force. The explosion wan caused either ?>y the dust igniting from a miner's lamp or from a blast. "liquor dealers accused ? Of Conspiracy to Influence the Legislature. Rev. R. H. Bennett, D. D., president of Randolph-Macon Collegp, Aslilau l, aud State suptriutendeQt of the Virgiuia Antl Saloon League, in a sermon at the Second Presbyterian Church iu Norfolk ou Sunday charg?d that the Virginia Liquor Dealer** Associat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 February 1907

IP: ^ ^ctl-Cttt ^itttv$ HXcQX&i&tt I ?onsoCibaieb ^j^T j^ QfTooembet 16, 1903 ? I MB VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1907. NUMBER 37 | | i 1 i 1 ggsggsgggggggi^?g==g= NATIONAL CAPITOL A Budget of Interesting Gossip from the Nation's Capital. (Prom our regular correspondent.) Washington, D. C.t 1 February, 4, 1907.J The political war that has been going on since the beginning of {he session between the President anil the senior Senator from Ohio has lost none of its interest. Senator * Foraker doubtless thought that his Brownsville speech was a splendid COUD and that it would land tho Southern Republican vote for him or at least enable hint to dictate the nomination at the next Republican Presidential convention. lie was, however, playing against a politician who though much younger than himself has been in the political game since his twentieth year, knows all its ins and outs and is the most popular man in the United States and in the world...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 February 1907

7 mi I (iiiexK My Mumitm Loves M?. My ainma savs I'tn naughty, anil I guess I sometimes I be, I rang tlw doorbell 'totbor day. when alio was in hor uap; Sho came a-ruuning down the stairs, and wbou alio fouud 'twas mo, Sho took a switch to mo where?well, it was not in my lap; 1 fod tho cat Borno breakfast food?that sawdust kiud of stuff. It stuck iu pussy's throat, and sho wout round and round, you know; My maiuma couldn't help but laugh, but who wan mad euougb? I guess uiy mamma loves me. though?ouo tinu? she told me so. I caught a bob last Christmas day, and I fell and cracked my head. The man that drovo tho horses said: "That servos tho kid just right!" I toro my brand-now trousers, too, and what my mauima said And what sho did when I got hoiuo kept mo awako that night. I tried to rule tho brlndlo calf, and lauded in the dirt? A calf dou't like to have a kid a-fooling round, you know? My inatnma laugliod a little, but she hit me where it hurt; I gueu my mamma Iovob mo, tliougu?cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 February 1907

LOW STANDARDS OF RAILROAD EFFICIENCY. There are vast networks of railroads in this country where it is a needless expense to print timetables, because there is no longer any such thing as the operation of trains on schedule. There are sections of the country where the railroads are refusing to receive freight for shipment, either because they i cannot supply the cars or cannot see any reasonable prospect of having them conveyed to the point of destination. It is true there baB been rapid growth of population and traffic in the West, but this rocent growth has been nothing like so rapid, relatively, as was that of the seventies and eighties. The railroads have had plenty of warning and abundance of opportunity to keep well abreast of the development of the country. No condemnation of their failure to do this is likely to be too drastic or to state the facts i with serious exaggeration. liven the great Eastern trunk lines, serving a country that has been wealthy and prosperous for two...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 February 1907

4 $ime5-|lcg PUBLISHED KVKKY THUR8I Salem Printing and C. D. DBNI1 W. W. McCLUNU. 11 Subscripti< One Year Nine Months ...... Six Months Throe Months PHONF OTIIEK BRUTES TO FEAR, It seems that in certain sections of the State a new terror has been added for the women, and though not quite, the last is almost as bad as the fear they have hitherto borne i with reference to the negro intruder i and ravisher, This time the fear i that haunts them is the "chloroformer," and the details of his operations are to.d in the following , dispatch from Orange county, where no mis oeeti operating lateiy: Richmond, Va., Fob. 5.?Gov. Swanaon today offered a reward ot' $2(10 for tlio arrest and conviction of tho won who recently figured in the chloroforming of several young women at Gordonaville, Oratigo county, while several individuals, in their private capacities, are *- also offering rewards for tho appreheueion of the guilty parties. The county of Orange, in which Gordonsvillo is situ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 February 1907

tl -TCTK ?.?.**.T>*1* CfeAJUl I I limi I ?I \Why i?e/er| |?o Doctors I I Because we make medicines I for them. We tell them all | about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I and they prescribe it fori coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. They trust it. Then you can afford to trust it. Ask your own doctor. The beet kind of a testimonial? "Sold for over sixty years.-"* ffl Ut-1- by J. C. Aycr Oo . T awell, Ksu.i. Alfto i^cnufbelur jra of <1 9 CARSAPARILLA. yTlyersvsvm. C W? havo no secrets! VT? publish I tbo formulas of all our medicines. Ayer'o Pills greatly aid the Cherry Pectoral In brcaklnu up a cold. NOTICETIDBWATSK KAILWAY COMPANY vs. JOHN D. IIOKN etals. To John D. Horn, Emma J. Horn. M. 11. Altlzer. pnardtan ail litem for Mary, Oscar anil James Horn: Eliza Carter, Sophia A. italilwln, John W. Horn and Ida Iforn, lita wife; Florence E. Mcdonald, Walter C. Horn, and .lumen and William Horn, In their own riitlit and as executors of John Horn, deceased, ami all whom I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 February 1907

f i\ w. c. i. y. com orncciwHtMiN w. c. 'r. i'. President.?Mrs. Mlmnli 11 obits I)ny. Vice Pretddeuts.?Mrs. I.. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N lirown. Mrs. .lulla strobocker, Mrs. E. K Moore* Mrs. H'.JI. Kobltison. Recording (secretary.?Mtss Mary Strickland Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. White scat'ver. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. w. 11. Ditlard. Nuperlntendeitta or Dtpsrliuenli. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. 0. E Obenohaln. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. K. P. ltobertaoti Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. K 11 Moore. Modal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens Slower Mission.?Mrs. w. U. Whltosearver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. V Moyer. Social Meetings ami Kod Letter Day.?Mis Maggie Wnitesoil. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Perm. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. (Tub Timks-Hboistkr and Skntinkl. a their request has placed a column at tlr disposal of the earnest and faithful womei of the vv. O T. Union who will have entir charge of it, and be responsible for all mat ter therein It promises to...

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

tj "WSHEHjgjiiggggggg | f?r reivt| I VTTTT^'T\5iYYtTT777Ty77y7TT'J "Bo sure it has six light rooms, all outside" abjured Grace. |' "And remember it must be in I a nice neighborhood", added Molly. ltowena sighed. "I'll try," she said resignedly, and tucking her umbrella under her arm, started down the stairs. It was a cool day, with a gray sky, and a promise of rain in the air. The streets and boulevards had the faded, dusty look that late summer always wears before the first frost arrives to sharpen and brighten things, Vans, laden- with furniture, passed with a frequency which proclaimed that moving time had come. ,CI must remember that all places look less cheerful on a dull day," said Roweua to herself, taking a list out of her pocket and running over it with a ruminative eye. "Bright, attractive apartments, six rooms and bath. "I think I'll try that one, though they all advertise them as attractive, and the reality is a lot of study little rooms overlook ing an air snare on one ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 February 1907

8 THE fAIViiLY CIRCLL SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tired .uouiors us iiiey .?oiu The Home Circle. economize. "Yes, I'll economize, uiy dear, Uf course, you kuow I will; I feel that money has beou scarce. And that it is bo still. My bonnets shall be very plain. My dresses very few; Still, 1 must dress becomingly. In compliment to you. Hut you must help in this as well? This notion's not mamma's? You really should stop smoking, dear, Tho?e tifty cent cigars. And give up various "little games" That you have had iu hand; .1 don't propose to do it alt, I'll let you understand." And still the cry goes up, "Let us save the boys." It is gouerally accepted that fathers are beyond redemption, but the 4 boys must be saved. Fathers bend their energies in earnest effort to straighten crooked sticks and wonder why their boys are not models when the fact is that the vouugsters are simply "chips of the old block." The Rtump which bore thorn can produce no be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 February 1907

[ "" : ^ ^stlem ?itixt& ^ Mt&i&f&t ?aws>. (Stonsolibatob Sentinel /3ETot>embe* 16, 1903 $ VOLUME 41. ~ SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1907. NUMBER 38 NATIONAL CAPITOL A Budget of Interesting Gossip from the Nation's Capital. (Front our regular correspondent.) Washington. D. C., \ February, II, 1907. / iip^ction Iou$ drawn out the^lWeP 7 * Hobse of Congress has finally gotten down to real work and it is probable that the time which remains before the adjournment, March fourth, will be most productive. The Uivcr and Harbor bill, which calls for a big appropriation, lias been passed wunout a single dissenting vote. Appropriations approximating $84, 000,000 have also been passed and favorable action has been taken on amendment to the Denatured Alcohol law. The Naval appropriation bill is under consideration and will probably be railroaded through like the others. The River and Harbor 1 discussion has brought ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 February 1907

7 W THE POWER OF , A SINGLE WORD.; (lly Carolyn Proseott.) Did you know that a smile was worth money? It in. I Down on the corner of the stroot stands a little woman sell ing papers, bhe is not a beggar, because she earns her own living, askiug nothing from anybody, and making it in a way that most of us consider the hardest kiud of work. Put this little woman, old and gray, but her backbone as straight as an arrow, smiles as she cries her editions, smiles just as sweetly as though she wore seated in her owu fino drawing room receiving guests. Her eves are sharp, and always on the lookout for penuies, and not a passer by escapes her pleasant smiles as she cries her wares. It was a nold and rainv dav ono of those depressing October days, when, if ono has a homo one stays inside, and if they are forced to go out, they hustle for homo as soon as possible. But horo stood this woman, as smiling and 'chipper" at') o'clock < as who had been at * in the morning when I passed her,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 February 1907

1 I I ULD NEED I VINOL I Because it contains the very I elements needed to rebuild I wasting tissues and replace I feebleness with strength. We return money if it fails to benefit. W. B. Dillard Drug Co, FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, germicidal, deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary. For sale at Druggists. Sample free. Address The R. Paxton Co., lloston, Mass. Nnuglit for One to Ate. "My dearest wife," the note bo read, "I'll bring h friend to Bup, Please cook a good and tasty weal, Then quickly call we up. We are in h*Hte, wy dearest child. So do not wake ub wait. Just take the number down, wy dear, It's 0 4 1 2 8." "My dearest John," the answer read, "I pray you change your wind. The larder is quite empty, John; No food there eau I llnd. Just give your friend the tip, dear John, I give it to you straight. I can not cook the supper, J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 February 1907

\ c^alern $tme?-|Ug 1*UI)L18IIBD BVERY TIIUK8 Salem Printing and C. D. DEN I1 XT. W. McOLUNU. 1 CI 11 Ke/? *?? ipvi One Tear Niue Mouths . . . . Six Mouths ...... Three Months . ; . PHON1 lll X.KY ASPIRANTS. Congressman John F. Uixey, who had served the people of the Eighth Virginia district in the lower House for the past eight years with recognized ability and zeal, died at his home in Washington on Sunday, and before his spirit had really left his disease-wracked body, there were many aspirants for his official slippers, and the contest for the vacant seat promises to develop iuto a mad scramble. 15ut sucli seems to be tbe way of the world. In the spheres where much is expected as to human examples, we find, alas, two often the most painful exhibitions of bu man weakness. SENATOR DANIEL'S NEW BILL. Senator Daniel has introduced a "bill to establish the foundation for the promotion of industrial peace." The purpose of the organization i? to receive the Nobel peace prize awarded to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 February 1907

? J " 7 II = The of Coughing i I Hammer blows, steadilv ao plied, break the hardest rock. Coughing, day after day, jars and tears the throat and lungs until the healthy tissues give way. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing, and heals the torn membranes. The boat kind of a testimonial ? 11 Sold for over sixty years." ML MkIo br J. O. A^>r Co., I>oirel1, Kui. VC Alao mauufaoluroru of f ' SARSAPARILLA. layers nfw We havo no aooreta ! Wo publish the formulas of all our modicinoa. Biliousness, constipation retard ro* l covorv. Curo theso with Ayor's Pills# I NOTICEtidewater railway company vs. JOHN D. HORN ct als. To John I). Horn, Kniitia J. Horn. M. H. Altltcr. puardtan nd litem for Mary, Oscar and James llorn; Eliza Carter, Sophia A. Iiuldwlu, John W. llorn and Ida Horn, his wife; Florence K. McDonald. Walter C. Horn, and James and William Horn, in their own rl?lir and as executors of John Horn, deceased, and all whom It may concern: You will please take no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 February 1907

j ? ? |! W. C. I. y. COLUMN vH I K I.ItS <t * i.r.M w. c. T. V. Mrs. Mimali Holilts Day. Vice President*.?Mm. I. M. l.'jij, Mrs. A. N. Hr iwi. Mrs. .lulla stroliwker, Mrs. K. It Mxore. Mrs. W. H. ltaOtuwii. iteoxrilim: Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Oorrespciillii* Secretary.?Mrs. \V. It. Wliltosearver. Ferguson. ITUlliMT. ? .'int. ?? . It. Wlllliru. NiiyrrlMtpuilfiiK ot lt?|Mrluii'nls. Svaatelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K.' Obenchaln. Tross Superintendent.- Mrs F. I*. Hoburtson. Florence Crittetiton Home. ? Mrs. B. It. Moore. Mf.'.ai Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Oravely Stevens. ?lo?r<r Mission.?Mrs. W. (i. Wliitesearver. Work among Soldier* and Sailors?Mrs. U. F. j Mover. Social .Meetings and lted better I?ay.?Miss Mairifle Wbltesoil. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. j Tilt tlmbt-hkotstsk and spmtinki,, at| tlmr request has placed a column at the -disp'Wal of the earnest and faithful women of me vV. ?l T. llei ?:i who will have entire c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 February 1907

1 A TRAGEDY 1 OF MATFRNITY | VI ITIttl LIUlll I f * Bowed Low By Cross of Agouy ' ' Ik Thaw's Mother. 1 KATHERINE LEGKIE WRITES OF 1 THAT HELPLESS FIGURE. If 1 were hanged on tho highest hill, Mother o' tnino, O, mother o' mine! 1 know whose love would follow ms still, Mother o' mine, O, mother o' minel m If I woro drowned in tho deepest sea. Mother o* mine, O, mother o' mine! I know whoso tears would come down to mo. Mother o' mine, O, mother o' mine! If I were damucd of body and soul, I know whose prayer would uiako me * whole! j Mother o' raino, O, mother o' mino! m ? lludyard Kipling. \ Now York, Feb. 9.?Ab, such i is the tragedy of motherhood. I Through the forces of love and J nature woman brings forth a / child. "Soon the world grasps " from hQr this greatest gift of her sex. The world may despoil the gift, but it is the uaturo of woman to cling to her love for her creaturo. How cruel are the dictates of the supernatural laws when in conflict with the laws of man. The utter h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 February 1907

1 3 TllllLY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS ?PLEAS ! ANT EVENING REVERIES, j A ( Minimi I>e?licatoil to Tiroil "" : "dot hers as They .loiu Tile Home Circle. Beware of the woman who taUs about heaven in church,! ail i about her neighbors on the street. How many wasted flowers are j strewn over graves, of which i ouo small bad, pink with life and hope and fragrant with < sympathy, would have eased the p iin of some aching heart for even a little while, had thov been bestowed while the loved Ofl>3 WSS VV It LI VIS. The gleeful life of happy childreu is the best home music and the graceful figures of childhood are the best statuary. We are all kiugs and queens in the cradle. A home without a child! It is like a lautoru without a candle: a garden and no flowers; a vine and no grapes; a brook and no water gurgling and gush ing in its channel. Whoever takes a little child into his love, in iv have a very roomy heart, but that child will fill it out. The childr...

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