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

Pale, Thin, Nervous? Then your blood must be in a very bad condition. You ' certainly know what to take, | then take it ? Ayer's Sarsaparilla. If you doubt, then I consult your doctor. We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine. Thin It flrat qriontlon yonr doctor wonld nek; "Arc yonr bowels rrgghir?" Ho Known that <U?ly fiction of tbo bowel* in absolutely fnontlal to recovery. Keen your liver artlve ami yotir bowel* tegular by taking laxatl%? close* of Ayot'n 1*111*. /* MedebT-T. C. Aytr Co., T?owr1!, SlMt> u /flj Also xaaaulKcAurora of k / --s . _ ^ iiair vigor. <1 i$P T^Ar,UE CURE^ ^1/ <U> CliHRRY P12CT0RAL. B V.'o havs no octrois! Wo publish the formulas of all our mcKtlclncs. i in n < b?b i in " ?? in mm FOUR MEN KILLED. Ou Railroad This Morning Near r CJIonvnr. A telephone message was received liere this morning from Qlenvar, about six miles west of Saleiu. to the effect that, four white men, ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 March 1907

1*6 W C L U. COLUMN! orni'iais NtMtx W. C. t. IT. President.?Mrs. Mlinah Itobte Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. I,. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Hrown, Mrs. Julia Strohccker, Mrs. K. it. Moore, Mrs. TV. li. llobltisotl. itecordluir Secretary.?Mtss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. li. Whlteacarver. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. TV. li. Plilard. Superintendents of Department*. Rvanzellsm and Almshouse.? Mra. C. R. Obenchain. Florence Crittenton Home.? Mrs. K. H. Moore. HQ Modal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Bb flower Mission.- Mrs. W. u. Whltescarver. B| Work umonx Sol tilers aii<1 Sailors?Mrs. G. K. Moyer. IBB Social Mcetlnx* and Hod Letter Day.?Miss SM Maxxh- Whltcsell. tt Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Peuu. E^Mr Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. KB |TllIi T|MRvKB<USTKK \np Skntinri.. at | eHB their request, has placed a column at the MB disposal of the earnest auil faithful women HH or the vV. il T. Union who will have entire charts of it, and be responsible fo...

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

I I " J NEVER TROUBLE TROUBLE My good man is a clever man. Which no ouo will gainsay; Ho lies awake to plot and plan 'OaiuBt lions in the way, While I, without a thought of ill, Sleep sound enough for three; For I never trouble trouble till Trouble troublos me. A holiday we nover fix, lint he is sure 'twill rain. And when the sky is clear at six He knows it won't remain. He's always prophesying ill, To which I won't agroe, ?. For 1 never troublo trouble till , Troublo troubles me. / The wheat will nover show a top? But soon bow green the field! m We will not harvest half a orop? / Yet have a famous yield! a . It will not sell, it never willl M \ But I will wait and see. For I nover troublo trouble till ] Trouble troubles mo. lie liaa a Bort of Recond Bight, And wb"'n the fit in strong, Ho boob beyond tho good and right Tho evil and tho wrong. Ileavou'a cup of joy he'll surely spill Unless I with him ho, For I never trouble trouble till Trouble troubles mo. PEACH YELLOWS AND THE PEAC...

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

f $ THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. :A Column I>odle?te?l to Tired >1 others us They tloln The Home Circle. Good manners arc not taught iti the school books. They aro foua \ in the ho ne lessons. What do you think of a man who will sit down to the table three times a day, aud thank the Lord for bread which he has swindled some poor man or beat s .?fv iui vu i* vi. It is well to ho charitable in all our conclusions, mindful that wo often need the cloak of charity ourselves. Fill life with sunshine and strew- flowers where others throw stones. Make life a bright spot in this world and wheroyou seo flowers cast smiles, and whether it be morn, dusk or night, let the sunny side of nature always he at full meridian. J * It would astonish many of us sometimes if we could know what our neighbors think of us. Every man has some kind of a standing in the community where he lives, and ho is sized up a great deal closer than ho has any id...

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

<Son*oIibaleb ^Ijljj^ ]^ ^member 16, (003 * | VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1907. NUMBERli " I ? ' AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON. Au Interesting Budget of News From The Nation's Hotbed. , I. r r*|pilar C? c r'por :dt.) waphin. to%:, j\ c\, \ March 12, 1907. / The President's Son 111 With Diphtheria. The usual lull that follows the busy closing days of Congress has been felt in Washington this week., The falling off in the number of the callers at the White House is very noticeable, and must be especially gratifying to the President at this time, when he is so concerned about his sou, Archie, who has been very ill with diphtheria. The child has had a severe attack, and for a part of the time it was extremely doubtful if he would pull through. The President's physician was sununoLied from New York and a consultation with the Army and Navy surgeons, who are the regular White House doctors, was held. Anti-toxiue, which has reduced the mortality of children in diphth...

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

1 UNCOOKED MEAT IS VERY DANGEROUS. Fearful Suffering Caused By Ejjus of Parasite Which it 31 ay Contain?Statement By a Priest-. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 13.?Probably the most unusual feature of the excitement that has been created by L. T.Cooper's visit to this city is the removal of parasites or tape-worms by his preparations. During the early part, of Cooper's stay in Cincinnati individuals who were taking "New Discovery," as it is called, brought either to himself or to physicians throughout the city iui men so pa ran it ob tuat had left the system after using the medicine. Miiuy of these people were frightened, aud c ises of this sort became so numerous that Cooper finally made the following statement for publication: He said: "In every city I visit these things are brought to iu? within a few days after ?uy medicine is sold iu the city. They are what is known as the tape-worm, aud grow to un enormous size." "Few indeed realize how prevalent these creatures are. I t'niuk 1 have been...

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

. DR. BOUCHELLE p$ ** HjP^ Hh Dr. L. B. Bouchelle of Thoma3vIllo, Ga., a physician well known In tho South, is very enthusiastic over the cod liver oil preparation Vinol. Ho says: "I have used Vinol in in V fam liy and in my general practlco with the most satisfactory results. It is exceedingly beneficial to those afflicted with bronchial or pulmonary diseases and to create strength." The reason Vinol Is so far superior to old fashioned coil liver oil and emulsions, is because It Is a real cod liver preparation from which all the useless oil has been eliminated and tonic Iron added. We ask every weak, thin, rundown, nervous and aged person in town, and all those suffering from chronic colds, coughs and weak lungs, to try Vlnol 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, deodorizing and healing qualities are e...

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

4 J>akm lime0-|Ug PU1IL1SHBD EVERY THCR8 Salem Printing and - ' O. D. DKNI W. W. McCLUNU. I I subscript! One Year Nine Months Six MonthB ...... Three Months . . , ; . PHONI TWO SIDES TO IT. In an editorial refereuce to the meeting held here recently in the interest of good county roads, the Roanoke Evening News, whilo commending its object, took a very pessimistic vie?v ?-.f the hope expressed by some of the speakers that State and National aiil might be secured for the improvement of the public highways The News could not hriug itself to believe that, the cities, particularly, should be called upou to pay any part of the tax for county roid purposes. And it. may be right; still, we beg to call its attention to the feet that the cities are very persistent in calling upon the county authorities to better the conditions of the roads leading into them, ostensibly for the benefit of the farmers who have to take tli ir produce to the city markets. Yet the city not only pays no...

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

Ask Your Own Doctor If he tells you to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble, then take it. If he has anything better, then take that. We have great confidence in this medicine. So will you, , when you once know it. Tho best kind of a testimonial? "Sold tor over sixty years." ?tmmmg?ar?tunc?twnnmmmtmum wl-i jQi Kftr's by J. C. Ay or Co^, Lowoll, Uu% AHW ?mu??iurur? 01 JLA y SARSAPARIl.LA. layers sxt . Wo lir.vo no oecrotst Wo publish tlio formula* of all our medicines. OVBicanuuT.ixciuiUE r^ABuaNHBirarsnni Keep the bowel? open with ono of Ayer'3 Pills at bedtime, just ono. r __ FOR SAIiH. The Jacob Parrish property, ou North side of East Main street in Salem. This properly constats of a larp?e lot with two f?ood residences on same, otie residence with ciuht rooms. For terms, apply to W. w. Ballard, 2 28 07 tf Attorney for Owners. CHESTNUT OAK BARK. Wo will pay if'J.OO per ton of 2210 lbs. for Chestnut oak Bark delivered at the Salem Tannery before Se...

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

Iw. C. t. u. column! M'KICKKH NII.I.N W. C. T. f. President.?Mrs. Mlmali Hobbs Day. *Vlce-Pre.-i(lcii?s.?M?s. I. M. I.w, Mrs. A. N. X own, Mr-, .lulla stroliwtor, Mrs. E. H Moore. Mi's. *V, ||. Itoblnsoti. Rocor line Secretary.?Miss Mary strlckiaiul. C'orri'-n imlliut secretary.?Mrs. IV. II. WhlteKC-trver. Krrituwu. Treasurer.?Mrs. IV. li. Piil.ini. Niilirrlutnulrnt* >! l)r|iiirliui-iilK. evangelism ami Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Ubeiivlialn. Florence Crittettton Home.? Mrs. E. H. Monro. I M?<ial Contests.?Mrs. l.ucyOravoly Stevens. Flower Mission.? Mrs. w. It. Whltescarver. Wur'i anionic Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. | Mover. Social Meeting* ami Ited letter l>ay.?Miss [ Maggie Wnitesell. Sunday School.- Mrs. J. T. Feiui. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. I Tick Timbs-Kkuivtir and Sknti.nkl. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the w. <: T. Union who will have entire Charg* of it. and he r?s...

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

"civilizing i the south: Jacob G. Schurman, of Cor , nell University, in an address at Cleveland, says: "If tho $82,000,000 just given by Rockefeller to education goee for tho civilization of the South, it is far from tainted." The civilization of the South, indeed! Such a sentiment, even from a college president, argues an obtusement of observation and a narrowness of prejudice which in this region of th#i country would unfit him for the occupancy of a country school. Civilization of the South! This region of the American republic which from the lips of the leading orators and thinkers of the country is frocly recognized as the most American and representative of them all! This region of the country has produced the greatest statesmanship that the republic has known. It has given Marshall, and Jefferson, and Madison, and George Washington, and Robert Lee, aud Toombs, aud Hill, and Stephens, aud Preston, and McDuffie, and John C. Calhoun. It has given Yancey and William If. Crawford...

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

_$ ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS, i i _ Hit AI>SII A W HU///1NOS. ! We are having some very bad C weather at preaeut, and our roads are t almost iuiptxsable. t Wli?at crops iu this section are ^ looking nicely aud'frntu the prospect siow we will have a Hue orop this year. Mis? U-tta Moore returned to May- I beury, W. Va., last Mouday after a i l>lcH?-HUt visit to her parents, Mr. au;l | Mrs. E. P. Moor?, of this piace. t Miss Dollie Long, who bus been quite sick with appendicitis for some tiiu*, is no hotter, we are sorry to ' state. M-tutor ilallory Tucker, who had the tuisfortnue some time ago to get his hand badly cut, is getting along nicely, but some fear is that his baud will be stiflf. Mr. Lilly, of ifavbeury.s peut a few days on the creek la-t week with friends. Mr. \Vm. Carman lias been very sick for some time, but is aide to be out again, we are glad to s*y. Mr. Mark Hix's family who have all been sick with la grippe are much better at this writiug. Master Ch...

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

' ^ ' . * Salem ?tmts?iteolotrr *"^'*rii Ffegb garden geedg. u* '?mrm^ (freat: Cut-price gale -^p- ^ Continues with a h u k h a*2?k*8 j^yl A p Crowded House. See.l" Poutoes. ?o??olib?Ub ^OMmbe' 1903 ALL AT LOWEST PRICES. C/ SATURDAY. VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1907. ~~ NUMBER 43 AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON. An IntereMting Uudget ol' News From The Nation's Hot bed. ?From our regular correspondent.) Washington, D. C.,, \ March 19, 1907. / There is much gossip and specula'tion about the proposed conference of the Presideut and the railroad magnates and all sorts of rumors are afloat. According to the most reliable the railroad presidents are by no means unanimous iu what they believe they should demand of the President, and there are doubtless many cross purposes at work. The President has the advantage of the railroad men iu that when he speaks he will be speaking for but one mind, while ;mv nnn wiin nftmrmta (n rnif>u - ?J r? ? the wishes of the railroads wi...

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

V _2 SALES ARE ENORMOUS. Cooper Preparations LciiditiK Topic in Cincinnati?Callers At Young Man's Headquarters Interviewed. Cinoiuimti, Obio, March 20.?The most iuterestiug feature of 'he enormous sale of the Cooper preparations now going ou iu this city, is what the mediciues are actually accomplishing among the people of Ciucinuati. At the commencement of his visit bore Mr. Cooper prophesied that during the latter part of his stay he would receive hundreds of callers daily who came simply to thank him for what the preparations had done. He also stated that stomach trouble is the fouudatlou for a great many uisenses ana uun nis ?>ew uiscovery, as it is called, would prove very etTective iu all cases of rheumatism simply by gettiug the stomach iu working order. That this prophecy lias been fulfilled cannot be doubted after a half hour spent at the young man's headquarters listening to what his callers have to say. A reporter, who watched to ascertain, if possible, some li...

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

Old People it strengthens and vitalizes With old ago comes feebleness and loss of power; the blood Is thin and digestion weak. ... repairs worn tissues and checks the natural decline. It totjes up the digestivo organs, aids assimilation. makes rich, red blood, and strengthens every organ In the body. In this natural manner Vlnol replaces weakness with strength. Vinol contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil In a concentrated form, taken from fresh cods' livers, the useless oil eliminated and tonic Iron added. Try it on our guarantee. W. B. Dillard Drug Co, WHAT YOU MAY EXPECT. Of 100,000 male and female children selected at random, nearly one-tenth dies the first month. The number living at the end of the month was 90,300. At the end of the second month 87,920 were living. At the end of the third, 80,175; at the end of the fourth, fu 79ft- nt. 1 ?' ' -VJ w the end of the fifth, 83,571; at the end of the sixth, 82,520, and at the end of the first year, 77,528. The next fo...

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

y i'' 4 Jalem Jimes-glc^ PUIIL18HBD EVERY THURS Salem Printing and C. X). I)KNI W. W. McCLUNU. I Subseripti Oue Year .... . Nine Months 81 x Months Three Months PHON1 Reports say this morning that the! Thaw trial in New York is nearing its end. That's something to he thankful for, anyway. It is said that twenty millions of dollars were lost by speculators in the Wall street slump last week. Never touched us, certain. What has become of the movement to organize a local building association in Salem? It is too important a matter, and too badly needed to neglect.for long. Salem and Roanoke county, thanks to the progressive spirit of the Town Council and the Board of Supervisors, are going to be well represented at the Jamestown exposition?with both feet foremost. We've often had "em, and have sometimes known our friends to show symptoms of them, but until recently were at a loss to account for them. The light has finally wiped away the mystery. They were simply?brain storms. f&...

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

|joniL'k3iv [Does Your Heart Beat Yes. 100,000 tiroes each day. Does it send out good blood or bad blood? You know, for good blood is good health; ? bad blood, bad health. And you know precisely what to Stake for bad blood ? Ayer's I Sarsaparilla. Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years. ^2 One frecjtt?ft nmr of brtd M?nw1 la a alucglah R liver 'J In* |M? ?liiron r<iii?k*li*.?lU?n. fniaolioua H aiil.nta)ic? * ll.cn i lMorbi-?l into thy blood, fi K*C|i tlio Ih?vo*4 o)?ctl tvhli Ayoi'i l'lils. .vat \r %uir.b^.CMi??aa0MM a & 2?*dc ,%r J* *'* A w Ce., l/owoll, IT.aro. J v,'u *?iau u>?vji4u:4Utr?ra of g ? IIMK \IG0U. 9/ f5. If HP .PC ' "CU'-R. jj "j.V v *.> C.ii gRY PECTORAL. I t' 5 Wo Iuto no con-hcl V/? publish ,* th? ffrnWllilll i ovr nidiAlBM* ?* FOR SALE. The Jacob Parrish property, on North side of Eist Main street in Salem. This property consists of a large lot with two good residences on same, one residence with eight rooms. For terms, a...

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

Fl 6 W. C. T. y. COLUMN ?rnr?,i?s h m,i:m w. ?\ r. iT. 'President.?Mrs. Mlinult IlublM Day. Vice-Pr-'sidonU.?Mrs. I, M. Lra, Mrs. A. N. ' It;*.vit. Mrs. Julia "*tr olioclter, Mrs. K. H. M'wre, Mrs. *V. H. Koldnson. ?ttoeordlrnr Secretary.? Miss .Mary Strickland. < Corresponding Secretary.- Mrs. W. It. Wliltoscarver. Ferguson. Troasurcr.?Mrs. W. It. DIHard. Kit in-rlHlrnilrnti of ll*parluiP!il?, Rvangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Oi.'viK'buln. I 11. Mrs. R. It. Muore. Medal Contest*.?Mm. Lucy Oravidy Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. w. It. Whitescarver. Work anionK Soldiers an?lSailors?Mrs. G. F. Mover. Social Meetings atnl lteil Letter Day.?Miss MaKKie Wliltesoll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. \ TllK TuIBS-KK?19T?R and Skntinbl, at ilietr requrst. has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest ami faithful woolen of ttiH vV. c T. Uoioti wlio will have entire cbarg-? of it. and be responsible for all matter therein It promises to he an ...

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

THE GRAVE BESIDE THE CABIN. (Senator Scott, of West Virginia, became the center of a fraternizing group when he told the story of a Confederate soldier who was killed and buried 4 at his mountain home with the Confederate flag wrapped around him. In 1898 his son was killed at San Juan hill, brought home to the mountain cabin, and buried beside the father, with his coffin wrapped in "the flag of the united country?the stars and stripes." "I believe," added Senator Scott, "there is not a Senator on the other side who will not agree with mo that the difference between the States is represented in those * two graves where the father and son were buried, and where the friends gathered about those two graves in that mountain churchyard, each having died believing he was right."?Collier's Weekly.) They sleep beside the cabin where the roses are at rest. Where the mountain guards their slumber Rud the sunbeams light its crest-* Oue who fought the tight with Jacksou in a uniform of grey; Oue...

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

!f ^?: 3 THE EAMILY CIRCLE. ' SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS -PLEASANT EVENING REVERIES. j A Column 1> mil i'ate it tu Tired .Mothorn i?s Tliejr .loin The Iloiue Circle. '' When a man has no nuud of his own, he cm easily linn a woman who will give him a piece of hers. r Toe roots of nine-tenths of tiie failures in integrity, the departtureH from honesty, the deceits, the trickery, lies in the false standards of the horn >. There are few things more tanta'.izing to a nun than to go home with something on his mind he wants to scold about, and find company there, aud be obliged to act ngr eably. Uold is valuable because it is not easily found; jewsls are precious because t.'iev are rare; violets are loved because lh??y modestly conceal themselves. <Jirls lose half the'r charm because they are seen so much on the streets, and are fouud protniscuously mingled ia all sorts of public assemblages. They should study the priuciple that awakes the ruby precious and the vi...

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