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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 June 1907

* ONLY CENTS BUYS A PAN Of ROLLS Or a Loaf of that delightful Washington Bread. Johislon, Daj & Terry Co. | PHONE 24. VOLUME 42. -aw?* ^ CSlonsoUbateb Stulintl 'UFTooember 10, 1903 $ * SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1907. LETTER FROM WASHINGTON. Ail Interesting HikIboI ol' New* From Tlio Nation*# Capital. 4From our retruiar correspondent.) . Washington, D. C., 1 June 4, 1907. J The Secretary of the Interior, Mr. Garfield, is busy cleaning house these days, and if he keeps up the work in the way he has begun he will make a thorough job of it. He has introduced two innovations lately that will euabie the various bureaus uuder him to do more effective work, though it will throw out of employment over a hundred old clerks who have been retained on the rolls through pity for many years. In the Laud Office the records have always beeu copied by hand in pen and ink. Henceforth they will be copied on the typewriter at a saving of fifty per cent, in cost and sixty per cent, i...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 June 1907

> INDIFFERENCE TO IMMORTALITY. What is the most striking in the present aspect of the controversy over human immortality is tho average man's absolute want of interest in the ques tion. Peoplo shrug their shoulders, and turn to their newspapers or their busiuess at the mention or thought of an afterlife. The destructive work of modern philosophy and science has actually resulted in so unsettling men's minds that they have grown indifferent to a problem which they despair of ever solving. Such at least is the opinion of William Osier, regius professor of medicine at Oxford, England. Dr. McComb, writing in the London Quarterly Review, quotes this eminent physicist as saying that tho modern man is indiffereut to the whole matter. This finite world is euough for him, and he recks uot of any other. Prof. Osier asks: "Where among tho educated and tho refined, much less among tho masses, do we find any ardont desire for a future life? It is not a subject of drawing room conversa...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 June 1907

THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. m _ A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join The Home Circle. If you will try as hard to win your boy's love as you at one time did to win his mother's, you will attain to a position of influence in his heart which will enable you to direct the current of his entire l?fe into proper channels. f A Word for the Moy. A boy at fifteen years of age, is, in my opinion, at the most important period of his life. He is at the fork of the road. What he needs more than anything else is sympathy and advice. It would be strange, indeed if boy's did not build castles in Spain at that age, and what they noed is the practical suggestion of someone, who is himself a success in life, to guide them. Most people think that 1 J - m. - uuys uo not ueea ouner sympathy or advice. It is a great mistake. They need it as much as girls. 1 never knew one of them to refuse to take advice if it were tendered to them at the right time in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 June 1907

4 J>alcm &iwe5-jlcg PUBLISHED KVEKV THUKS Salem Printing and C. D. DEN I W. W. MoOLUNU. 1 Subscripti One Year ..... Nine Months Hi* Months Three Mouths PHONJ RAISING I NEW ISSUE. Some of our esteemed contemporaries, particularly the Roanoke I World and the Richmond TimesDispatch, have begun to agitate the question of compulsory education for this State. It is a new question for Virginia, and like all others, has two sides to it. Therefore wo dure say it will be sometime before the statesmen who make up our legislature, or who have ambitions in that direction, will take hold of it unless forced by puplic opinion to do so. The Times-Dispatch suggest that it be handled for the pree ent, at least, on the local option plan. 4.X whlnh urun f if OU 1-IK1L LUUOt" OCtVIUiiO ? mull " MU V IV may adopt it by vote of the people and those that do not may reject it in like manner. That manner of dealing with a question of this character might be satisfactory, but we doubt i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 June 1907

jj A | Dressin i| Nearly every one likes a fine j hair dressing. Something to i, make the hair more manageIjablc; to keep it from being I too rough, or from splitting 1 at the ends. Something, too, | that will feed the hair at the | same time, a regular hair-food. [ Well-fedhair willbestrong.and will remain where it belongs ? on the head, not on the comb! The best kind of a testimonial ? "Sold lor over sixty years." ^^T^EdJbTTaArfrOrVLowrrBir Alto mtnubaturtri of m M M r OilUMrAIILUI. I | flyers aa. ???? . | Ihiybrsity of Virginia" ; Head of State Public School System Letters, Science, Law, Medicine, 1 Engineering ? 1 glO COVERS ALL COSTS 1 to Virginia student* of fees and tuition to either of the academic department**; lowest , charges In the South. Next session begins September 114. Send for catalogue. 1 How Ann Winston. Registrar, 5 9 07-3m Charlottesville, Va. CANDIDATES' ANNftllNf.FMFNTS For Houh4 of Delegates. To the voters of Roanoke county. 1 hereby announce myself a caudl- ...

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

WC.TU COLUMN Ori'lCEBSMALliM W. C.T. V. "President.?Mrs. Mlniuti lloblw Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. | llrown, Mrs. Julia Strohccker, Mrs. K. K. 1 Moore, Mrs. W. II. Uoldtuwu. Keoordlnir Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. ; Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. VT. II. White- : scarver. treasurer.?Mrs. w. 11. Dillard. KiiperiutoiMlenta of l)i>|mrliiirnls. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. I Ubeuohalu. Florence Crittenton Home.? Mrs. E. II. I Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltesearvor. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (1. K. , Mover. Social Meetings and Bed Letter Day.?Miss ' Maggie Wfiltesell. Monday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. % ITiik Timks-Ksuistkr and Skntinki., at1 their request. lias placed a column at the j ,.r ..... r.ithrni I of th? W. O. T. Union wiio will have entire ] charge of it, and be responsible for ail mat- I ter therein It promises to be an i uteres'i rig feature...

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

THE CHEAPEST WAV to make Ice Cream. Simply Stir the coDtenU of one package Jell-O ICE CREAM Powder Into a quart of milk and freeze. No heating of cooking; nothingels?to add. One package makes nearly two quarts of due Ire cream. Coats atiout 1 cent a plate. fire kitui*: Vanilla, Chocolate, Straufbtrry, l.rmon ami I'nlUivomL Approved by Pure Pood Commissioners. No disease germs or ptomaine poison in Jall-O lea Cream Powder. A e?~~?-?1 nark arcs 25c.. AW, at'*JI grocer*." I <7\v Lr Rr"ccJ I \\MJ\\ bnrnt ll, send \\',vt . fo -j?**,yiy^ A us hi* name and M'AyW-'*-? w^A 5<5-.*nd S psckI \V\t^?- -^\ SRC* *nd our U \Zf //* " ? ~^7lu*lrmted rccitio 1 \ '/'V^^saf>^rT *7f book will bo Veag^y/ mailed to you. I The Genesee Pore Food Co.. Le Boy. N.V. CLIMBING UP THE STAIRS. * in the Boftly falling twilight Of a weary, weary day; With a qniet step I entered Where tb? children were at play. I was brooding o'er some troubles That had met me unawares, When a little v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 June 1907

p _B NEXT REUNION IN BIRMINGHAM. -Confederate Convention at tlie Capital City Cornea to a Close. REPORT OF COJVHVHTTEE ON RCS 01UT10NS. The G/and Camp United Confederate Veterans, after an interesting and delightful aeHsk n of several days, in Richmond, has adjourned. It re-elected its general oflicers as follows Commander-in-Chief? General Stephen D. Lee. Lieu eoant General, Department Army of Northern Virginia?General Irvine Walker. Lieutenant General, DeDartmeat of Tennessee ? General Clement A. Evans. Lieutenant General, TransMississippi Department? General W. L. Cabell. All of tho oflicers were chosen by acclamation. Next Kctiiiiou in Biriiiiiiglinm. Birmingham was the chosen v city for the next (eighteenth) annual reunion of the vets. Other pities enmnetimr were San Antonio and Nashville* The vote at first stood about 1,900 to SO0 in favor of the .Alabama town. The report of the Committee on Resolutions was adopted without debate. It recommends that the speeches of (ieneral S....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 June 1907

WE ARE ACENTS FOR Chase & Sanborn's FAMOlS BRANDS OF Teas and Coffees Try ? packatre and be couvioceri of their euperior quality. Jolmstoii, Dav&TcrrvCo. 1 C V PHONE 24. VOLUME 42. %iMt$9 ?onsoltbaieb ^Toucmbcr 1(5, 1903 * SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1907. ?M >... FIFTY-FOURTH ANNUi . MENCEMENTOI A Good Program?Large i Degrees?Important i The commeuceiueut exercise* of Roanoke College, though coming every year, never lose their interest for our people. It is always h gala wrttv iu oaiem, huu iui8 year tDe program was uuuHually interesting. The town has been full of visitors, and many graduates and ex-students 'were among the number. The Haccalaiircute Sermon. The exerc.ses begau Suuday morning. June Nth, with the baccalaureate sermon by Rev. Dr. H. E. Jacob*, LL. D? of Philadelphia. He chose a* bis theme "Christian Certainty." Notwithstanding adverse opinion, the speaker said, the colleges are ettil the most import&ut means of m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 June 1907

i jMOMB nir MODERN KNIGHT AND MAIDEN. "Mary, are you there?" sounded fiom the hallway as a broadshouldered, sturdy young fellow strode oagerly toward the kitchen door. "Of course. Come in," responded a voice cheerily, aud Phil entered, taking a bit of the worlfsnTfi v lif? ri c 1 htisfln in with him. "What is it, Phil?" the girl 1 asked gently, looking into tho young man's troubled eyes. "I think I must be tired to- 1 night," he answered evasively. He attempted to smile reassur- ' ingly. A firm little hand stole comfortably into his. "Yes, but that isn't all," she ' persisted. "Well, Mary, I'm wonder' g when wo are ever going to < married, I've been attempting to master tho railroad business, 1 but there is nothing settled as 1 to the future, and miue is an alarmingly small salary." Phil's 1 voice sounded pathetically discouraged. "Perhaps I should have gone into some office and ' stayed there," he concluded doubtfully. "No, Phil," protosted the girl, * ' vnn wniilrln'f V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 June 1907

Tutt's Pills After eating;, persons of a bilious habit will derive great benefit by taking on* of these pills. If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH, they will promptly relieve the r.ausca SICK HEADACHE ?^ and nervousness which follows, restore the appetite and remove gloomy feelings. Elegantly sugar coated. Take No Substitute. liriMMlim iiiith wtuuiNii wnn NO FRILLS. "Would you like a piece to print?" asked a dark-eyed, Blender young man as he deferentially removed hiB hat to a shirtsleeved individual whacking at a "writing in sight" machine in a local newspaper office. The shirt-sleeved man threw his cigar in a box and stopped hie mechanical spelling. "You bet," he said. "It's a wedding." The young man blushed and the editor smiled in wisdom. "The names are Tom Maxwell and Susie Smith," said the informer, hurriedly, "and we ?they want it fixed up a bit different from the usual run. I notice you generally head 'em by saying: 'A Beautiful Wedding,' or Quiet Affair," or something that w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 June 1907

J Jhilcm ^iiucs-gcg PCUL18MBD EVKKY THUK8 Salem Printing and C. D. DKNI" W. TV. McCLUNO. I Subscripts One Year ...... Nine Mouths Sii Mouthe Three Mouths PHONI , . TIIE PEOPLE'S FIGHT. The people of Salem and vicinity who believe in a "square deal" should contribute morally aud linanaially to the aid of the committee in whose care is the matter now pending before the State Corporation Commission looking to a proper re vision of rates, and the improvement of accommodations on the Roanoke Railway and Electric Company's line between Salem and Roanoke. The Corporation Commission is to meet here at 10:30 a. m., June 19th, iu the Circuit Court room to consider this question, the vital importance of which is apparent to all. It is sincerely to be hoped that the people of this community will prove themselves fully alive to their interest in this matter by a large attendance upon this occasion. The question is as to whether or not there is unjust discrimination practised against the resident...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 June 1907

Buy at Auction? At any rate, you seem to be 1 ?...: -ij -C .1? __? 1 gluing nu ui 11 uu auLiiun-saic principles: "goiuig, going, 1 g-o-n-e I" Stop the auction * with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It certainly checks falling hair; < no mistake about this. It acts, as a regular medicine; makes ' the scalp healthy. Then you ( must have healthy hair, for it's nature's way. The beat kind of a testimonial ? "Bold for ovor sixty years." I X Mtd* bT J. U. Ayer Oo., Lowtll, Khi. , yi Also miuiulfcotursrs of ^ SARSAPARILLA. 1 / I 1 Bp TO, PILLS. 1 L Jk M Wf kJP CHERRY PECTORAL. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA ' Head of State Public School System Letters, Science, Law, Medicine, ' Engineering ] 81<> COVERS ALL COSTS ] to Virginia student* of fees and tuition to either of the academic departments) lowest charKcx In the South. Next session begins September 12. Send for catalogue. How ahi> Winston, Registrar. ' 5 5107-3ra Charlottesville, Va. ] CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 June 1907

f) W C. T U. COLUMN I ??-?- ? r.Ks nam.h w. *\ t. r. Mlmati Ilobbs Day. Kr'Slilt'tlM.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. nr-.wrti. Mrs. Julia Strolieeker. Mrs. K. K Muore, Mrs. W. M. Kohlnsoil. 'Steeoriltnir SroreWrjr.-Mlji Mary Strickland. j 0<K*r?(p')D'lliiK Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whltesearver. Creaaiircr.?Mrs. W. it. Di'lard. Knprrlulcmlruis ol Drpiirliin ntv. Hvan.rottsin and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Oboacliuln. Florence I'rittcntmi Home. ? Mrs. G. H. Moore. Mrilsl (!ontrStJi. ? Mrs. Isirvllrsvrlv Stevens. Slower Mission.?Mrs. w. H. Whlteaearver. ! Wiirt among Soldiers and Sailor*? Mrs. (!. K. i Mover. Social Meeting* and lied Letter Pay.?Miss Maggie Whlteseil. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. literature?Mrs. 1'. S Campbell. I ( Ft<* Time<-Kkoist*r and Sentinel. at tliwr request has placed ? eoliitun at tb? disposal of the .-artiest and fsitliful women of ttie iV. ' T. Uni-.n who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all mattor therein It pro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 June 1907

/ V Makes a Woman * Look Ten Years ? Younger Because It takes a great weight oil her mind . . Jell-O Solves the daily Dessert problcral lly using Jell-O it is possible to serve a?differont dessert every day in the yoar. Jell-O can be 'prepared in?1?- \ tsta?tly|?Bimply g ndd boiling water I W aiul set to cool. I - I _ .. . f UITWIK. iVC. I per package, all I * Tit Gtntvf fare M Co.. L* Boy. N. Y. I Vt.lt our booth at .lamratownExpoaltlon. "A BUNCH OF JERSEY CRANKS." Another Account of the Traveling!* of "A Thousand Pounds of Jersey 0 Enthusiasm." . a II. 1>. WARNER, PAWLING) N. T. [In Jersey Bulletin. 1 It was a beautiful morning on the 19th of February when Messrs. l'eer, Hawks, Sessions, Dodge and myself swung off the train at Salem, Va., and grasped the hand of the genial Colouel Bowman, whose guests we were to be for the day. The transportation facilities were :inmediately increased in order to tOllVPV t.bn tliniiiiniwl ,.^,,.,,1.. ?f J rv,....l.D V. "Jersey enthusias...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 June 1907

8 tITaIly circle. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A-Co I it inn neclic.it oil to Tired .Mothers as They .Join The Home Circle. V House ISK-ssiiitr. '"The Kphu'j' of the house i? Ori'er; Tile Jile?sui^ of the h?>u?e is Con t?ntni??nt; The < tlory of th?* ltouo?? i.- Hospiulity; Til - Crown ot tile tiou*? i-? C-iodliThe b ir of the saloon. the bar of the court, and the bare of the jail urn very cloeelv related. Dou't judge a man by his cl>?? God made one and the tailor made the other. Don't udgo a man by his family, for Cain belonged to a urood family. Don't judge a man by his failures in life, for many a mau fails because he is too hou est to succeed. Don't judge a man by the house he lives in, "for the lizard and the rat often inhabit the grauder structure. When a man dies they who eur* vive him ask what property there is left behind: tue angel who bends over the dying man as&s what good deeds he has sent before him. Did y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 June 1907

WE ARE AGENTS FOR Chase & Sanborn's FAMOUS BUAND8 OF Teas and Coffees / Try a package ami be convinced of their superior quality. ' JfkkiMlM 1 V V PHONE 24. VOLUME 427 k- . * ' -SIR?' ; ^ (Sonsolibcileb ^^ ^OoemW* 10, 1903 SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1907. TO SOUTHERNERS Sermon On Itnco Problem liy lie v. P. M. Strnycr. WHITES SUPERIOR TO NEGROES. "The Race Problem in the North and South" was the subject of a sermon bj Rev. Paul Moore Strayer, minister of the Third Presbyterian church, Rochester, N. Y. Mr. Strayer's text was, Micah vi., 8: "What doth the Lord require of thee, but to do ju3tly and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God." In his introduction Mr. Strayer developed the difference between the North and South, which had its roots, he said, in the settlers of the country. To the North came the Puritans, he said, men who desired religious freedom for themselves, but were intolerant of those who differed from them. The New Euglander was just, but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 June 1907

"> t? family circle. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as Tliey .loin The Home Circle. uuou maimers are noi laugru in the school books. They are found in the hotno lessons. What do you think of a man who will sit down to the table throe times a day, and thank the Lord for bread which he has swindled some poor man or beat his grocer out Gf? It is well to be charitable in all our conclusions, mindful that we often need the cloak of charity ourselves. Fill life with suns' .nd strew flowers where ot vhrow stones. Make life a bright spot in this world and where you seo flowers cast smiles, and whether it be morn, dusk or night, let the sunny side of nature always bo at full meridian. It would astouish many of us sometimes if we could know what our neighbors think of us. Every man has somo kind of a standin in the community where he lives, and he is sized up a great deal closer than he has auy idea of. You man set it down as a f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 June 1907

% So Tired It may be from overwork, but ' the chances are Its from an Inactive LIVER. With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountains of labor without fatigue. It adds a hundred per cent to ones earning capacity. It can be kept in healthful action by, and only by Tott'sPiSIs; TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. , CRY FOR WIVES ' IN CANADA.: French Plan of Long Ago , May Be Tried Again. Am Colbert Sent Women to Canada in the Seventeenth ] Century, So Northwest May Be Provided. ' f A cry for wives comes to the 1 Drovince of Oueheo from tho N French-Canadian settlers in the Canadian Northwest Territories, says a Montreal dispatch to the New York Sun. A Roman Catholic clergyman in Alberta is contemplating trying a scheme suggested to him by the disconsolate bachelors of his parish for supplying them with wives. Women, except squaws, are scarce in the Cauadian Territotorries, and there is an absolute absence of young marriageable women of the same race and religion as the struggling settlers who have g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 June 1907

J J^alcM Jimco-gcj PUBLISHBD EVERY THURSI Salem Printing and C. D. DBNI1 W. W. McCLUNO. II Subscripts On? Year Nino Mouths Bix Months ...... Three Mouths PHONI IT IS ALL RIGHT. It is the opinion of this writer, after a pretty thorough inspection, that the Jamestown exposition not only compares very favorably with any ever held in this country, but that in many respects it excels several of them from every point of view. It is magnificently planned, and has been splendidly carried out iu the execution of the planning. It is true that by reason of difficulties that could not be foreseen or controlled, it is not yet absolutely completed; and yet it is moro complete, perhaps, than any other at this period of its existence. The buildings are handsome and substantial, the exhibits the best that can be gathered together throughout a country whose resources are unlimited; the attractions that are a part of all such enterprises, are of a high-class and numerous. The naval and military displa...

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