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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 June 1907

\The . | of the Hair 3 There are four verses. Verse 1. 2 Ayer's Hair Vigorstops falling 2 hair. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair y Vigor makes the hair grow. B Verse 3. Ayer's Hair Vigor ! cures dandruff. Verse 4. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy, and keeps it so. It is a regular hair-food; this is the real secret of its wonderful success. The best kind ot a testimonial? " Sold lor over sixty years." a Ksdo by J.O. Ayer Co.. Lowell. Msss. Also maouffcotunrs of /4 . ' SARSAPABILLA. iXijers as.m .,.. CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR TREASURER. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the oflice of Treasurer of Roanoke county, Bubject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held duly 30, 1907. During the sixteen years 1 have served as Treasurer of Roanoke county, I have endeavored to conduct the oflice in a business-like manner, and Bliould it be your pleasure to re-elect me for nnnlher term I pledge iiiy best efforts to discharge the duties of paid office for the next ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 June 1907

_G W. C. T. U. COLUMNj: OI't'H'KKN NAI.r.n W. ? . T. r. CresUent.-Mrs. Mlmah lioliDs Day. 11 Vlco-Presidcuts.?Mrs. I. M. l.ee. Mrs. A. N.J. Itrown. Mrs. .IuIIh Strolievkcr, Mrs. K. It. ; ' Moore. Mrs. W. H. Itobliison. Kecortllnir Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. <Jorrt?s|?>udlnir Secretary.?Mrs. \V. It. \V III tosea rvt-r. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. II. DiltRrd. Kupcrititciidcuts oT 1tx|tiirliui'ii(s. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obcnrlialn. Florence t'rittenton Home. ? Mrs. E. H. 1 Moore. Medal Contests.?Mr*. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.- Mrs. W. It. Whltescarver. Work unioin: Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. <1. K. Mover. Social Meetings and lied Letter Hay.?Miss Maif-tie Wliltesell. Sunday tsdiool.- Mrs. J. T. Venn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. I Titk Timks-Kkoistcr and Sqntinkl, at tlieir request. has placed h column at the disp>>sal oftne earnest and faithful women, of the W. (1 T. Union wto> will have enti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 June 1907

f SILVER 1 J ALUMINUM JELL-O MOULDS ' A leaflet explaining how to get them will bo found in every package of Jeii-O THE DAINTY DESSERT (Approved l?y Pure Food Commlgalonerg.) |A^ufo\ ASW'SK: nip u fnuu^u uoomb iui I a lurgo family, m 8ol?l l?y all gr< ><-ors. f VjRHHpR' Illustrated Rrrlpe B VJHBHHS*??* Book Free. I The Genesee Pure Food Co., LeRoy. N.Y. VleltonrboolhatJamcHtownKxpoeltlon. ^ EVENTS AND COMMENTS. The new tariff agreement between the Uuited States and Germany which was at first heralded as a victory for American diplomacy, giving us an alleged advantage of over six and a half millions per annum while . the Germans are alleged to get in return only about two hundred thousand per annum has been more carefully scruntinized and it is found to be by no means so favorable to America as these figures would indicate. The main advantage to Germany is au agreement for considerable relaxation of the conditions under which the German exporter shall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 June 1907

8 NATIONAL AFFAIRS. An li?U>res?;:::; limluet of News From TlieP?t Ion's Capital. (Kruiii oar rriruiHr currcsi>uniUut.) Washington, P. G\, 1 June IS. 11107. J A ureat deal is beiuk: made of a discovery which mauv surmised without having had any information on the subject. Last week at a Masonic celebration at the Capital it was accidently disclosed that the President carries a pistol, and after the discovery a number of persons came forward to testify tbat he carries not only one but several. The newspapers assume different views in their .reat.ment of the matter, and a few have arisen to say that it is beneath the diguity of a President and a bad example that ho should go armed. The majority though, are of the opinion* that if the President should carry a whole arsenal without inconveuience he would be justified iu doing so, and since the tragic death of three Presidents by assassination, it gives the peopls a! more secure feeling to know that Mr Rnnsnvtdt. is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 June 1907

WE ARE ACENTS FOR Chase & Sanborn's FAMOUS BRANDS OF Teas and Coffees Try a package and be convinced of their superior quality. Jotaiii.iMTewCo. 7 V t ' PHONE 24. ' VOT.TTMTT AV # ** . ? t % w s 3I&iifei ?? ?onsolibatcb || j? ^op?nbet <8, 1003 * A % SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1907. ~~ I * v vy v_y o.fX NATIONAL AFFAIRS. An intercHtiiix Budget of News From The Nation's Capital. (From our regular corresponded.) WASHINGTON, D. C., 1 June 25, li?07. J The rumored recall of Baron Aoki, tbe Japanese Ambassador to this country, is affirmed and denied several times a day. Whether he is to be succeeded by a "strouger mau," as the Japanese put it,and which ineaus oue who would demand from America full citizens' rights for the subjects of the flowery kingdom, or whether be is retained here it is well known that he is anything but persoma grata to the President. It is probable that his recall would be -acceptable not only to the President ' but Secret...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 June 1907

2 THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They .loin The Home Circle. Young mac, did you over think that it is not manly or noble to make yourselves appear manly or tough? If you are tough people will find it out ouuu uuuuKii wiuwui hj raako it so prominent. A gentleman is always respected by a gentlemen, while a tough is respected by toughs. Do you know that boys are much more particular than girls ^ are? You may think this is a strange statement, but A is so. A girl will go on the streets with a boy that gets drunk, but if a boy finds out that tbe girl gets drunk ho won't go with her. We wish our girls would be as particular about whom they go with as the boys are. He as careful to keep the weeds out of the minds of your children as you are to keep thom out of your garden. Hut remember somethiug will grow thero. If you don't plant them with good grain, tho tares will take root in spite of you. Keep a library of good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 June 1907

Advice to the Aged. An brings Infirmities, such us slujtSish bowels, wMk kidneys und binder and TORPID LIVER. Tutt'sPifls hnveaspecific effect on theseorgnnn, stimulating the bowels, causing them to perform their natural functions a:? In youth and IMPARTING VIGOR to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER. They arc adapted to old and young. iiim/n r a n nnn JIILttt rUKJULTJ A reactionary storm period' will be central on the 2nd and i 3rd. Threatening to violent! July clouds and thunder storms will appear from 2nd to 4th. One need not be surprised at cloudbursts. On the 3th a regular storm (period is central. A very warm wave will pass over the country from the 6th to 11th. On and touching the 8th to 10th, the barometer will fall and thunder (storms will reach active to violent culminations. Scattering rains with possible cloudhurst may be expected in widely separated localities. A rising barometer and change to cooler weather from about the 10th. jl uu ovvvuu tuaviiuuai j o wiiii period is c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 June 1907

4 &imcs-|tcQ PUBLISHED KVEKY THUHS1 Salem Printing and C. D. DEN I' W. \V. MoCLUNO. 1! Subscripti Odp Year .... Nine Months Six Mouths Thrse Mouths ?PHONI A VERY UOOD ADJUSTMENT. The outcome of the controversy between citizens of Salem and the management of the Roanoke Railway and Electric Company, growing out of the rates charged and facilities rendered on the Salem division of the Company's line, while not exactly what wng looked foi by the complainants, is nevertheless a decided victory for the public, aud seems to be equitable and fair to both sides. It wus hoped to establish a straight ten-cent rate between Salem and Roanoke, aud that was very nearly done, while the other concessions made by the Company were practically all that could have been reasonably asked of it. The controversy has been conducted from the beginning with the utmost good feeling 011 both sides, and seeing this, the members of the Corporation Commission, when the answer and the proposition from t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 June 1907

I ~My Hair Ran Away Don't have a falling out with your hair. It might leave you! Then what? That would mean thin, scraggly, uneven, rough hair. Keep your hair at home i Fasten it tightly to your scalp! You can easily do it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It is something more than a simple hair dress- I I inc. It is n hair mrrtieir.f. n I hair tonic, a hair food. The boat kind o 1 a testimonial ? "Sold tor over sixty ycara." A Mado br J. C. Ay.r Co.. Lowell, Mm*. yi Alio intniibotnitn or JUL 9 SARSAPARILLA. flyers CHERRV^PECTORAlJ CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB TREASURER. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the ofllce of Treasurer of Roanoke oounty, subjeot to the action of the Democratic primary to bo held July 30, 1907. Durinit the sixteeo years I liave served as Treasurer of Roanoke county, I have endeavored to conduct the office in a business-like manner, and should it be your pleasure to re-elect me for another term, 1 pledire mv best efforts to disclim-ir.. the duti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 June 1907

6 w. c. T. U. COLUMN] OI'riCKKS SAIillW W. f. T. ('. ?renlilent.-Mr?. Mlumli lloblie !?ay. VIcp -I'reKtilonti.?mrs. I. M. Loo, Mrs. A. n. i llrown. Mix. .IiiIIi St rnlieoker, Mm. K. H. ' Moore, Mrs. vv. II. Kolilnsoli. Kecimllnjr Sis-rotarj-.?Miss Mary Strickland. Uorr'-spomllnif Secretary.?Mrs. W, II. XVhlteseurver. Treusurer.?Mrs. W. II. I?i 11 ur?l. Niiltrrliilt'iiili'iils of KvanicelWm mid Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obcnobnln. Ploroiicv t'rittonton Homo. ? Mrs. K. H. ! Monro. Medtil Contests.?Mrs. I.ucv Uiuvoiy Stevens. | Flower Mission. Mrs. W, |$. Whlteacarver. Work mnfine Soldiers mid Sailors?Mrs. <i. K. ^ Mover. Serial Meetings mid Itisl l.etter l>a.v.?Mis* ! Mngute Wliltesell. Sunday School.- Mrs. J.T. l'enn. Literature Mrs. 1'. S. Cumpliell. [The TiMm-ltnutamR axu Sestixki.. at1 their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women ! of the \V. '1 T. Uoi >tt who will have entire! charge of it. and he responsible fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 June 1907

To make Ice Cream In 10 ml?ulea lor f cent a plate. Stir contents ol one package jcii-o Ice Cream Powder into a quart of milk and freeze, without heating or cooking. Simple, isn't it 7 tSaves the coot of eggs, sugar and flavoring. Saves measuring out Ingredient* and cooking. Doe* away with all uncertainty, and insures the beet and purest Ice crcain pooolhle to produce. Failure impoeolble. Nothing to add except mtlk. Ono package coating 13c. makes nearly two quarts Ice cream. Manori. Chorolatr, VaniUa, Blratcbtrrv, Lttnon and I'n/tarortd. f\i . 8 parkafttn 13c. 11 y?UT K'ocer does not keep It \ send us hi* name (o cn\ and 85 ccnta for VV. a.--'^.\\ two packages by v *1 mail. New li^ ** - ?**?/luatrated recipe Er* ?? ?* The Cenesee Pure Food Co.. U Roy. N. Y. P. B. Deliciotit Crram Pvihtina ran \a/no b* nuute/roin Jtll-O 1CK CUKAM Potrdrr. REMEDIES FOR INSOMNIA. Tliero are Ways iu Which to Woo Nature's Sweet Restorer. Insomnia is a grievous ill, but there are remedies for it not writt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 June 1907

8 VIRGINIA FARMERS TO VISIT JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION. j , :? , Annoutineme n t has alreauy ' beeu mul" rolati v.. to thej Fourth Annual Meetiuir of the Virgin;-' State Former's Institute at Ho >n<?k?> on August 13, 14 an I 1 ">. H can no*v ho definitely state 1 that tickets will ho o:t sale on the Norfolk and Western Wiilwav and branches from Urn llth to t lit* 11th ot Au^'ihl, inclusive. good to return up to an ! including the Among the spuria' features arranged for the entertainment of the delegates this year is a special excursion t?> the Jamestown Kxpu;;i'ion, which will leave Iioanoke on the morning of August 15, at 0:4-1 a. m. sharp. This special train will stop en route to Norfolk at the Norfolk & Western Railway's farm located at Ivor. This railway company is endeavoring to demonstrate what can he done with the soil in that section of Virginia, and have built a set of model farm buildiug^that are well worthy of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 July 1907

WE ARE AGENTS FOR Chase & Sanborn's FAMOU8 BRANDS OF Teas and Coffees Try n package and be conviuced of their superior quality. Jolinstoo, Day & Terry Co. V t PHONE 24. VOLUME 42. - *' v . I ?\\\ 'BIRD' ^ | (Eonsotibciieb 'TSTouember 16, 1903 <* SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907. NATIONAL AFFAIRS. An Interesting 15 mi get of News From The Nation's Capital < From our rotrutar correspondent.) Washington, D. C., July 9.?Sir Chentung Liang Chemg, the retiring Chinese Miuister, left Washington the morning of the glorious Fourth for Pekiu, where he is to become assistant secretary to the foreign office. The Minister was evidently sorry to leave tbe Capital and more than sorry to leave America during the baseball season, for he is an enthusiast in baseball, having been a crack pitcher in the Phillips Andover when he was a student in that college. It took six carriages to convey the Minister aud family and suite to the railroad station an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 July 1907

i H A It EFOOT TIME. UY l.KNOKA K. CHANNON. Ob. the tilings a little boy steps ou, When a-barefoot he would go; Aud the jagged, ragged, rusty things, Against which he stubs his toe. There were old rusty nails half hidden 'Neath the springy, summer sod; There were half-broken bottles lying Upon which I always trod. There were tin cans lying like a trap, To catch the unwary foot; To say nothing of the apple tree's Old rotteu half-buried root. But of all the things ou which I've stepped, As the bare foot seasous pass, The worst is the steel-toothed garden rake. As it waits there in the grass. Yet the joyful feel of springy turf, On the very first warm day, Maks you indifferent to such things, As you go your barefoot way. And as long us boys live in this world, Despite things which worry so, When come the first warm days in spring. Oh. a-barefoot they will go. Character Hitildiug and Education. We do uot desire to underrate the value of learning. It is a valuable servant to be used, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 July 1907

Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambition; beauty, ? vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear * Vf- when the kidneys are ?Urilfvija, out ?f order or disKidney trouble has l>ecotne so prevalent rii's not uncom~ /* mon for a child to be k*Ljy y V' 'K>rM nfiiicted with weak kidneys. If the chil<l urinates too often, if the urine scalds the tles'n, or if, when the child reaches an ?eo when it should be able In control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, tliecausc of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys aud bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immedia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 July 1907

Vv? j 4 Jhilctu Siincs-$ci)i > PUBLISHED EVERY THCR8D Salem Printing arid C. D. DKNIT W. W. McCLUNO. Ill Subscriptic One Year . .... Nine Mouth* Six Mouth* . . . * . . Three Mouth* ...... PHONE OCR HOME AFFAIRS. Presuming that the voters of the town of Salem will today vote for the additional issue of $50,000 of bonds for proposed public improvements?and we certainly hope they will?we beg to offer to the members of the Council a few suggestions for whatever they may seem worth.? The time has certainly arrived when changes in the tnauner of the conduct of the town's affairs surely could be made to advantage. In the first place, the duties now imposed upon councilmen are too much to be expected of even the most patriotic citizen without compensation; it would seem to us, therefore, that the town might, with profit, employ a j capable engineer, whose duty it should be to superintend, not only r a t 1 1 tiie construction 01 tne proposeu improvements, but should have charge aa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 July 1907

CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THK 8 EH ATE. As a Dern^'-ratio candidate for State Senator from this district, 1 hereby , solicit the support of the voters. If nomiuated and elected I shall serve my constituents with zeal and iidelity, giving espeoial attention to those matters which more nearly effect the people in their every day life, such as rhe betterment of the r.iniU unit Mm extension nud improvement of the public school system. I shall among other measures, ad. vocate the adoption of a law which will make the selection of a "siDgie book list" compulsory upon our school boards, thus clviog to the people cheaper school books. Kespectfully, John II. Hart. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democratic voters of the Fourth Senatorial district of Virginia:? 1 hereby anuouuce myself a candidate for the State Senate from the district composed of the cities of Roanoke and Radford and the counties of Roanoke and Montgomery, subject to the Primary to be held on Tuesday, July 30th. 1907. Very Respect...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 July 1907

ft w. c. t. u. column; ornci;?HSii.i:n w. c. t. r. Presldout.?Mrs. Mlmali Mobbs Day. Vice Presidents.?>1 rs. b. M. Leo. Mrs. A. N. Ilrown, Mrs. .Inlln .strohecker, Mr*. K. H Moore, Mrs. W. II. ltoblusoii. Kecordlmr Secretary.?Mis* Mary Strickland, j Corresponding secretary.?Mrs. W. II. White- I Kcarvcr. Treasurer.?Mrs. w. II. Dlllard. f">ii|?erluteu?leniw of I>?|iartinents. Evangelism am! Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. I Ubonchaln. Florence Crlttcnton Home. ? Mrs. K. It. | Moure. Medial Contests.?Mrs. I.ucy tlravely Stevens. Flower Mission.- Mrs. W. it. Whltesearver. W.-rl; in,i,>ne SoMlers anil Sallnra ?Mrs. II. F. I Mover. Social Meeting* tin<! Ked Letter Hay.?Miss Maggie Whltcsetl. Hunilav School.?Mr#. J. T. l'eini. Literature?Mrs. I'. S. Campbell. [TllK 'I'!MK8-ltK<!lsTr,H \NPt>ENTINEL, Rt their request, bus placed a column at the disposal of t he earnest and faithful women of the W. ' T. Union who will liave en...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 July 1907

DEFENSE, NOT DEFIANCE. UY K.M.MA WASHBURN. "How often would I have gathered thy cbildreu together even us a heu gatbereth her chickens under her ' wing."?Matt, xxiii. 37. Souie folks have got it in their heads That men love naught but gold; That ev'ry virtue's crushed or dead And hearts are bad and cold. Tn\r nrutn r f trru f tnru Dnd nf irrn f f V. VI (S*UIV From morning until night. They shatter idols aud ideals And say that nothing's right. No man is honest any more. According to their creed; The world Is rotten to the core And lost, because of greed. The Senate is corrupt, we're told, The bankers out for pelf; They even say the Church of Christ Works only for itself. They claim we're owned by callous thieves Who represent some "trust," And take advantage of the same To trample in the dust. The fundamental principles That made this nation great Before we lived this strenuous life Or met a railroad rate; That our loved tenets all are gone, Felled by the moneyed band, While lust fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 July 1907

8 FIRE LADDIES FEAST. I 11 uvc 1<o>hI Good Time at First ^ Annual Banquet. ) BV OXK WHO WAS THKRK.J who nitcuilsd the firemen'* | bduouet Inst Friday ui?:h? w^oenwav (i with trails aod enthusiasm t?f th? kind for the enjoyable ev. niv.-, the nViririf menu, soil the ndier tiuuc* which (if not at nil banquet*) were at this one. It whs the first i.uiiquct j;iveii l?y tht t.ew fire cotuptuy of Stleiu; bur we & re informed if will be au nuuual t feature h-reiiffer. Every one seemed to eojoy hiiuseif ? fjreatly. After the bauquet, which war prououneed one of tl e bvst ever held here, tlie Invited ?u?ets were called upon to ">hv something." . Major \V. \V. Ballard wa? the llr.vt t to respond. He said "he was happy (?) ?t be!u?t present, ?ud while lirecou- * cuuied tlie buildimr, we consumed the tire." The Major's address was uiost happy, and enjoyed by all. Our ever eloquent polic-uitu. Mr. f F. G. Webber, respoude 11 ?the toast, { "Our Early Fi...

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