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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 February 1907

? jfcjs f (Sonsolibctteb J^U ^ 'TSIooembeir 10, (903 <* ? ' ? VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1907. NUMBER 39 i NATIONAL CAPITOL A Budget of Interesting GoshI|) from the Nation's Capital. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, D. C.t \ February, 18, 1907. J Washington society as a quasi organization is doubtless unique in certain features, but its analogue is found in every capital and every village in this and other countries. To the people outside of the Capital "Washington society" is a synonym for official society and is generally thought to include the families of Senators, Representatives and Members of the Diplomatic corps liberally sorinkled with Pittsubrg, New ?r i ? York and western millionaires. As a matter of fact this definition is altogether wrong and "society" here has as many grades, distinctions and exclusions in the oflicial set as other cities make between people, "old families," brewers and the like. For example, the Senate af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 February 1907

1 A WOMAN'S ANSWER BY LLEWELLYN LOKI). Darkness was settling over the city. The wind blew, aud the snow fell in little whirls, yet a lone little woman braved the storm to walk along the beach. The houses were near at hand. She was in no danger perhaps, yet it was an odd place for a promenade at that hour. The little woman walked slowly, pausing now and then to look at the breakers as they rolled up, rattling the shore ice musically, and then flowing back again into the lake. She started at the sound of footsteps and .lied lightly toward the nearest house. "Alice!" She stopped instantly and stood poised like a bird ready for flight until he came up with her. "You," she ejaculated. "You," ho exclaimed. "1 was startled for a moment," she' explained, with a distant politeness. "I thought you were in Cuba." "I came home yesterday. I nave oeen away ior tnree years." "O, have you? How quickly the time passes," she said with Studied carelessness. "Is it really three years since you wont awa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 February 1907

Convalescents /l* 4*1 imm^B H Am TVT i.u.n\ TTTTVT/NT AX?j?iJJ VliNUJU for it hastens recovery by creating strength There la Just one thing the matter with a person who has been sick? that Is, weakness. To all such people In this vicinity we recommend our delicious cod liver preparation, Vlnol, as the very best strength creator for convalescents Vlnol strengthens tho digestive organs, creates an appetite, promotes sound sleep, makes rich, red blood, and builds up a depleted sytem to , health and vigor. This Is because Vlnol contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil with tho useless oil eliminated and tonic Iron added. Wo guarantee it. 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, j germicidal, deodorizing and healing qualities arc extraordinary. For sale at Druggists. Sample free. Address The R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass. WORLD TO T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 February 1907

4 J^alem $iroc<s-iUc|i PUBLISHED EVEKY THUR8L Salem Printing and C. D. DEN1T W. W. McCLUNU. Hi Subseriptic One Year Nine Months . . Six Months ...... Three Months PHON E DON'T BE IX A IIIIRRY. . . I Koanoke city's two candidates for tllP Sinto ^onnlnruliin n r*? liPf'OUl i ll?T quite active iu their canvusn, hu<1 for i that reason we feel justified once more iu urging the voters of this county not to commit themselves on the subject. Both are most estimable gentlemen, honorable and capable, and there is no fault to find with eitheron personal or political grounds' but by all the rules of right and jus tice the honor should this time go to a citizen of our own county, and so far as we are advised it is the intention of his friends, at the proper time, to urge the nomination of that sterling Democrat and excellently equipped ventlefU'in, Mr. O. L. Stearnes. For that reason this word of caution is thrown out, so that those who feel that the county is, once in awhi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 February 1907

???? Is It Own Hair? Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can't do it? Haven't enough hair? It must I be you do not know Ayer's Hair Vigor! Here's an introduction ! May the acquaintance result in a heavy growth of rich, thick, glossy hair! R Use this sDlendid hair-food. I stop your falling hair, and get rid of your dandruff. " Tbo boot kind of a testimonial ? "Sold lor over cixty yoars." j aSdaby J. O^AT^r Co^!ow?ill. M?c. / w Also manufacturers of SARSAPAMLLA. ? \71PTr,,LS *- -??*# CHERRY PECTORA!.. ~~FQR~ very-Day GROCERIES GO TO Johnston & 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. CONRAD'S PHARMACY Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Toilet Articles and 13T7 D "CT TT\/TT7 ID V7 JL JL'u J.V X' V# 1T1JL^1\. X PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Prepared from The Purest Drugs. HOT AND GOLD SODAS. Agency Jlnylcr's Candles. Roanoke Foundry and Machine Company. P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 February 1907

ERSf ' If * 1) W. C. T. II. COLUMN w.r.T.r. M President.?Mrs. Mimali lloblw l>:iy. I Vio" Presidents.?>1|, M. |,oc. Mrs. A. N. . Ilrovrn, Mrs. .Inllti ^tntliccKer, Mrs. K. It Moore, Mrs. W. II. Itohlnsoii. | KisvinMnK Set*rotary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Correipondlntf Secretary. -Mrs. \V. II. White- 1 scarcer. . Ferguson. l Treasurer.?Mrs. W. II. [tillard. Siiperlnirnilrnls of lifpnrlairntii. | Kvanuellsm ami Almshouse.?Mr*. C. K. UPeuotialn. 1 Press Superintendent.?Mr* F. P. KoOrrtaon. , Florence Crlttcnton Home. ? Mr*. B. H. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. I.ucy tlravoly Steven*. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. U. Whltosearver. Work union# Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Social Mvrtlnits and lied Letter Day.?Miss Mfik'irie Wliltesoll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Point. Literature - Mrs. K. S. Campbell. (Tint Timbs-Kboistik and Sbntinbl, at their request. has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the '.V. tl T. Union who will have entire ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 February 1907

Diverse Opinions. O, women, in our homes of oaeo, Lot us (locids whom wo shall ploaso; Shall it bo him who hath stood, Exhorting us to motherhood? Or shall we rather chooso to list To Thomas, sociologist. The while in languago overstrung Ho tells us just whore wo belong? llut, lo, another shining light Says woman is a paradiso, And bids her rise, go forth, and bo Dangerous, colibate, and free. When mighty Man his say has said, And woman has his wisdom road, 1'orchanco she'll put it on the shelf And keep on being just?herself. "Man's Inhumanity To Man." "The average man comes very near being an idiot in taking care of himself. You have seen him wearing a fur cap on his head while his shoes let in the snow and water. He wnam nn overcoat on his back and nothing but a thin shirt over his chest. He is mighty scared about freezing his fingers whilo his throat is exposed to blizzards and he is often ailing or thinks he is. It's herb tea, root tonics, Peter's pills, Paul's pine tar cordials...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 February 1907

Fv jl 8_ [[['S OLO lav NAG Lee's favorite w?r horse, Trmvlur, w?n almost as well kuown to the Soulier* of the Army of Northern Virginia uh the uiajtstic form of the iT-at oomiuuuder himself. 80 many erroueous descriptions and .stories ol the old horse have appeared iu print that a true history of Traveler is of Interest. In 1*40Thomas L. Krown wrote the following ?rin*l- for the ltichiuoud Dispatch, which was published August 10: "He (Traveler) was r-ilxe'.l by Mr. Johnston, near the Blue Sulpnur Bpriugs, in Greenbrier comity, Ya., (now West Virginia); wax of the (3ray Eagle stock, and, ax a colt, took the first premium under the name of JelT Davis at the Lewisbnrg fair for each of the years 1859 and 1800. Ho was four years old in the spring ot 1801. "When the 'Wise Legion' wax encamped on Sewed Mountain, opposing the advance of the Federal ariuy, under General Roseeraus in the fxll of 1801, 1 was major to the Third regiment of infantry In that )>-giou. and my brother, Oa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 February 1907

?on*oftbateb ||j^| 1903 * VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1907. NUMBER 40 ~ I . I ' ' - ? SOON BE AT END. Doings iu Congress and at Seat btf Government. (Krom our regular correspondent.) t - * . * Washington, D. C., 1 February, 20, 1907. J In a few days the Fifty-ninth Congress will be no more. It will take its place as one of the most active and effective Congresses in history, but it will always be known that it derivod its good impulses from the most popular and most potent Executive that, ever wrote a Congressional message and who, by the way, has written more to the session than any of his predecessors. There is much that Congress has not done, and the President would be justified in calling an immediate session of the Sixtieth Congress to enact long-needed and long-neglected legislation. It is idle, but nevertheless interesting, to think of the possible changes and shiftings in political situations and views that may take place before the assembling of the n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 February 1907

HIS INNOCENT WAY/ ' Yes/' said Mrs. Hamvery, gazing fondly across tho room at hor husband, who beamed blandly, not knowing what was about to befall him at hor hands. "Yes, last Tuesday was certainly Billy's busy day for saying and doing the wrong thing! Honest, now, Billy," she *. I...C . I... ,,,..,1.1 ........ vvuiib vii uui\f 11' tic wuiu v/uou his mouth to protest, "I wish Boino time you'd confide in me just how many weeks you devoted to thinking up all those little gems of thought. 1 know they sounded oxtemporaneous to our guests, hut 1 know you had been burning midnight gas or taking time which you should have devoted tc stocks and bonds to accumulate thorn. "We had the Simpson's to dinner," she explained to the others, who enjoyed watching Hamvory writhe. "Now, I'm not exactly afraid of the Simpsons, but if things are going to go wrong I'd lots prefer that they'd do so when I have guests who are moro easy-going. "Of course, I had all my best things out for the table. I always...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 February 1907

Vinol builds you up and keeps you up Our delicious Cod Liver preparation without oil. Better than old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions io restore health for Old people, delicate children, weak run-down persons, and after sickness, colds, coughs, bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles. Try it on our guarantee. 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, deodorising and healing qualitit-s are extraordinary. For sale at Druggists. Sample free. Address The R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass. LETTER TOl'.L BURWELL, Salem, Vn. Dear 'Sir: We usked City Drug Co., Crystal Springs, Miss., to sell Devoe. Tbey wanted to know, of their own know lege, how it compared with another paint they knew all about?it was sold right there, and considered good. They painted the house of W. B. ivicuiuney two coats 011 purpose to test the two paints ug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 February 1907

4 Salem &imes-glcc PUBLISHED BVBHY THUKi Salem Printing and C. D. DBN1 W. W. McCLUNU. Subscript One Year Nine Months ..... Six Months Three Months . ; . PHO N A DEMAND?THE REMEDY. There is already a pressing demand in Salem for dwelling houses, and this conditiou will become more serious and acute with the completion in the near future of the glass plant and other things to which wo look for a substantial increase in the populati'v of our town. The situation should be?and must be?met, unless the people of Salem intend to deliberately cast aside the opportunities now at hand to make a good investment of their surplus funds, and at the same time render a valuable service to the community in which the profess to have an interest. Que way, at least, to meet these conditions, seems practicable and easily within our reach. Why not organize a local building association and go to work at once to relieve the situation? Such an organization, even with a comparatively small capital...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 February 1907

j\ Doctor s Medicine I Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not I a simple cough syrup. It is a I strong medicine, a doctor's medicine. It cures hard cases, I (ovaiv o n H . H?en?r?f? MMc "VfV.V Mvwpv???v V?aVO, chronic cases of asthma, pleurisy, bronchitis, consumption. Ask your doctor about this. The best kind of a testimonial? 'Sold for over sixty years." IAi Mado by J. O. Ajrtr Co.. T.owelI, Maas. A.ao manufacturer* of , V^-8 ^ SARSAPARII.LA. ixyers su Wo havo no soerota I Wo publish tho formulas of all our medicines. 5 You will hasten recovery by taking one of Ayor's Pills at bedtime. CHESTNUT OAK BARK. Wo will pay $0,00 per toil of 2240 lbs. for Chestnut oak l?*rk delivered at the Salem Tuunery before Sept. 15th, 1007, provided we ere notified immediately of the number of tons each party can furnish. OAliKil 1ANSKRT, 2 14 07 2tu. Snlem, Vr. \ FOR I Eray-Daj i GROCERIES i GO TO | JiUmSDafi UP TO DATK STORK. THEIR STOCK 18 COM PLETE WITH ALL THE DELICACIES OP THE 8EA80N?FRUITS ANI) \f CONF...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 February 1907

r> W. C I. U. COLUMN ovrici.its s w. c. t. r. "President.?Mrs. Mltnuli llobbs Day. Vtoe-l're'.ldcets.?Mn. I. M. Deo, Mm. A. N. ltrow:i, Mrs. Jul! i str.ieceker, Mrs. K. It Mwre, Mrs. *V. II. ItuMiisun. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. "Oorrvspoti'lliiK secretary.?Mrs. W. u. Whltcsoarvcr. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. w. U. Dillard. SnperlMtcndcnis ?>i Department*. KvanitpHsm ainl Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obcuchulti. Press superintendent.?Mrs F. P. Robertson. Florence Crltteuton Home. ? Mrs. E. 11. .- imjl Medal Contests.?Mrs. I.uey Oravoly Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. U. Whltescarvor. WorX among SoUllers and Sailors?Mrs. 0. F. Moyer. Social Meeting* ami lted Letter l>sy.?Miss Maggie Wliltesoll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Venn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. fTtiK Times-Kk<ustkk axd Sentinel, at their requrat. has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the >V. C T. Uoiou who will have entire c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 February 1907

sgnrn?nii8ium??nin7T;? w,r TRUE LOVE? WU BT MAitlON A8UK. Ed ?oaig?i?aiTgiAajmjLagmt^ What is true love? If each person could answer that for himself it would be the end of the divorce courts. Indeed, if mankind could only discern and unmask this thing that enters into so many nuptials as love there would be a great many more happier homes,but perhaps fewer marriages. This thing that comes masquerading as little Cupid has many aliases. It is called passion, conceit, love of pleasure, love of money, social position? but all these aliases can be boiled down into one which speaks for all of them?selfishness, love of self. Some learned judge recently said that a woman's jealousy of her husband is her loye and is true love. Yos, it is love, true love, but it is love of herself? not of hor husband. No woman truly loves her husband if she entertains the least bit of jealously toward him. No man truly loves his wife if ho is the least bit suspicious of her. But true love is so different. It...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 February 1907

_8 ! Tlit HMILY CIRGLEJ SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS-! ANT EVENING REVERIES. I Column I>e?llcat<j?l to Tired .Mothers jih Tliey ?Iotu The Home Circle. Don't be a grumbler. Some people contrive to get. hold of! the prickly Hide of everything; t!> run up u^'Aiiiov cue ouai p evi - ' uers. and find out all the disagreeable things. Half the strength spent in growling would often set things right. You may as well make up your miud, to begin with, that no ono over found the world as ho would like it; hut you are to take your share of the troubles, and bear them bravely. You will be very sure to have troubles laid upon you that belong to other people, uulesayou are a shirk yourself, but don't grumble. If the work needs doing, and you can do it, never mind about the other person who ought to have done it and didn't. Those workers who fill up the gaps, and smooth away the rough spots, and tinish up the job others leave undone, they are the true peacemakers, and ...

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

y ' ~ " (SkmsoUbaleb ^ QTtopember <6, 1903 * VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THUBSDAYTMARCII 7, 1907. NUMBER 41 AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON. An Interesting Budget of Hews From Tbe Nation's Hotbed. _____ > xAt^ai^pSr; ^ \ Expenditures of Congress. Considering the vast expenditures: of the receut Congress, which will reach near the two billion mark, there has been nothing appronchiug the storm of disapprobation which assailed the "billion dollar Congres." The people have perhaps come to an understanding of the enormous increase in governmental expense in the last decade, and they accept with surprizing equanimity the announcements of the huge appropriations. It takes but a glance to see how the expenses of this gov eminent have goue on increasing atj this astounding rate. The acquirement of our foreign dependencies has been one of the most prolific sources of our expenditure, and the defense of these colonies calls for even more than for their administration. Previous to t...

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

CINCINNATI PEOPLE EXCITED: ] The Great Cooper an He in < Called Han Stirred Up That City to a Remarkable * Degree. Cincinnati, O., March 0.?This city ' is at present in the midst of an excite- ^ went beyoud anything that it experienced iu receut years. Old and youug, rich and poor, all seem to liave become beside themselveH over an individual who was a ' stranger to Cincinnati up to two ?? vv l?n ?f,v 1 The tuau who has created all this turmoil is L. T. Cooper, President of the Cooper Medicine Co., of Daytou, Ohio, who is at present introducing his preparation in this city for the first tiuie. Cooper is a man about thirty years of age and has acquired a fortune withiu the past two years by the sale of some preparations of which he is the owner. Reports from eastern cities that, precooked the young man here wore of the most startling nature. Mauy of the leading dailies going so far as to state that he had nightly cured in public places deafness of years'standing with oue o...

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

' I MOTHERS READ THIS ^^Bga^jag^r PAUOUTER OF C. W. STUMP Mrs. C. W. Stump of Canton, Ohio, writes: "I wish I could Induce every mother who has a weak, sickly child to try that delicious cod liver preparation, Vinol. Our littte daughter was pale, thin and sickly. "We tried various medicines, but without any benefit whatever, and he could not tako cod liver oil or emulsions, as they nauseated her and upset her stomach. "Learning that VlnoI contains all I the medicinal and strength-creating { / properties of cod liver oil. but with \ out the disagreeable oil, we doclded to I ' ' ^7 it, and the results were marvel- ' V ?us. ro quickly was she restored to health and strength. "We havo never sold a medicine I qua! to VInol for delicate children. 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 extraor...

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

4 ^alern &imes-|lc| PUBLISHBD EVERT THURS Salem Printing and C. D. DEN] W. W. McCLUNO. Subseripti One Year Nine Mouths Six Months Three Months . . . ; . PHON] y It is no longer proper to say, we| presume, in law at least, that an un lawful act was committed in anger. The perpetrator is supposed to be always "emotionally insane" in these days of progress and enlightenment. ??? All around and about us the counties. cities and towns are making arrangements and appropriations for proper representation at the .lamestown exposition. What are Salem and Koanoke county going to do about the matter? Nothing, it begins to look like. Oh, that our people would wake up to a realization of their great possibilities, and the splendid opportunity now offered to advertise our resources and advantages ! It begins to look now as if our appeal last week for the erection of more houses to meet the demands of those who want to make Salem their home, is likely to bear results. The initial steps...

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