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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 December 1905

?on^olibaJeb 1^ ^Tougmber t0, J903 & I VOLUMEIK)" SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1905. NUMBER 28 ijt i CAPITAL GOSSIP. ! Kroui Our lingular Corr? npouilent. Washington, D. C., \ Dec. 5, 1905. J The triiil of Cadet Meriwether at Annapolis before a court martial 011 the charge of having caused the death of Midshipman James It. Branch, is concluded, except for the announcement of the verdict after it shall huve been passed upon by the ^ Secretary of the Ntvvy. I* is exit pected that the' yerdicb will be not Y? ' * guilty in favor of the survivor of the fight, buV it is probable'that he will be dismissed from the Academy on the charge of disorder, and thus be made a vicarious sacrifice for a system that has existed for generations, and which is almost, diabolical. It 111 l.u ?lw> fnoiii.iA.... the older cadets have it in their power to "bilge" the younger classmen?that is, to e!*ect their dismissal from the Academy in case of a personal prejudice against o...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 December 1905

Hk. * jjaS? 1 I : l_ THE HOME AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS - FLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES A Col 11 in 11 Dedicated to Tired Mothers as Tliey Join the Home Circle at Eveiling Tide. Real happiuess oftener looks out of the window of an humble home thau through the operaglass in the gilded box of a thoatre. If your path through life had alwayB been smooth, you would nave uepenueu upon your owu surefootedness; but one wiser than you roughened that path, so you have to take hold of llis hand. * * A happy home, whether it consists of two or twelve members, is one where love presides at the board and watches over the couches; where each person loves himself last and cousideres the other first; whore the irritable word is restrained and the affectionate thought given utterance, and where each is glad in laboring for the others comfort and relieving the others care. * * * The grandest luxury God ever gave man is health. Ho who trades that off for all the palaces of the earth in cheated. Many hav...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 December 1905

? ? llll Hill I IBM IIIIIIMIH >11 ! -? We heartily ii 1ST iCNTTT linillfr ^ ALL COPPER k_, UTiniMniutrnfl^ RWIRVOIB fWBF~T jj MAJCBTIC BANC CO' 80L0 IN^ jj SAL! CAitii or shi:i:i\ Sheep do not require warm barns for protection during the fall. Where plenty of straw may be had they are bettor ofT than in the barn. Ilowevoj, it is undesirable and dangerous to expose sheep in strong winds, vuiu itxmo, UI uuviiij; ruuwn, but a roughly constructed shed will give sufficient protection against them. Don't drug the stomach to cure a cough. One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus, draws the inflaiu mation out of the throat, lungs and bronchial tubs, heals, soothes and cures. A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough. Sold by W. 11. Dillurd Drug Co. 'Che capture of no fewer than 1,270 whales last yoar in Newfoundland water? points to the rapid extermination of the cetaceans. You Cannol Whii than HAYNER, no matter how much hnvA SMIHuai i liI.V on ? niusno/ i?i >ci and best e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 December 1905

4 J^nlctu limes-gUg IT ItlilSII ICI) KVKRY THUHS Salem Printing and C. D. DKNI W. W. McCLUNU. I ^ ^?:?: Subscripti One Year Mine Mouth* Oix Month* Three Mouth* " PHONE THURSDAY, DEC AN OBJECT LESSON. The recent term of the Circuit Court of this county had to deal with the largest criminial docket?in the main petty offenses, however?that has been passed I v upon here for some time. This was due to the fact, perhaps, that there had been no Court held since the first of June?a period of nearly six months, and the cases necessarily accumulated during that time. But the object of this article is to deal with the cost of the prosecutions and the element reponsible for it. The criminal . expense accounts ap;>roved at this term amounted to the sum of $1,021.07, divided upas follows: Jail account for cure of prisoners, officers' fees, justices, constables, etc., $047.73; jury, $174.4(i; witnesses before Justices, $40.00; witnesses at Court, $158.88 ? $1,021.07. Of this large sutn,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 December 1905

^ ,1 VW.MI J?JW" HUES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. THDK8DAY. OECT.MUKK 7, 1905 ANNOUNCEMENT I desire to say to the public that I will continue the eye practice of the * late Dr. It. L. Meore, and Pre. Moore A Woodward Ah In known to those who have oalled, 1 have practically performed all the service for the past six months. I have a'l the records of all the past services, and can duplicate any prescription on the books, and make anv renal rs wanted. I riminise the very beet service. Dr.R.W, Woodward EYE SPECIALIST Successor to DRS. MOORE & WOODWARD, 118 W. Campbell Aveuue. HOURS: 0 n.. !U. to 4:00 p. m. Special Honrs by Appoiutment Large Contract T FT TN Austin, Nichols & Co., of New York, H. J. SALEM Heinz Co., Pittsburg, ~~????- Pa., Crescent CaDdy Co., of Baltimore, Maryland, and the Apolo Chocolate Co., Boston, Mass , have secured most of the contract for furnishing P. W. Whitescarver his X.inas uooils. This is the largest contract <>f its...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 December 1905

j List sf Ms M For the Non-pa i and Levies duo fc I TOWN or SA Andrew. W. K. Lots 31, 32, Salem Improvenie AlleiuunK- Mr*. 8. C. Lot I, Salem ltnprovem A tilde, Jno. I?ee Lot '20, West End Laud Com Andrew, J. I* C. Lot '21, Salem Improvement Brown. J. K. 0 Lot IV Mont Atloiiiott Bibb. W. O. I.*?t 7. 8ub Division Bibb and K. l < arter. Lot 7, Sub Division BurweM M L L< ?s'2. 3. Kiney Addition Burwell. M. L. L-1 5 Salem Improvement C? Brown, J. K. C Sr.. and W. K. Brown l.ot 1 ( Bmyh, Mrs i'bobe Lot 9 (| art ? f)Saietn im Bruitb, Mrs Pbo-be Lo: IS Salem Improven Hru);h, Mrs l'lmb# Lots 22. 23, Salem Impro Blacksbur^ I & I Co . Lot TO. Salem Improve Booker, W. O et a's.. 1a ts 14, 1"?, Uy Saleiu II Busbmun J B. I,ot 32. Salem Improvement Briehthili. o l.ot II. Mont. Addition, Si?t>i Brown J. R. C. Jr. Hnckninn Factory I.nt Bibb, W. O. Lot Hub Division 19, Shanks Ad Bibb, W. O ami K. L. Carter, Lot Sut> Divioi Bear. Jno H. et als L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 December 1905

W ' % W. C. T.U.COLUMN OrriCKKH NALliM W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mimah llohbs Day. Vlc?-PreeI<looU.?Mr*. F. 8. Campbell, Mrs. K R Moore, Mrs. J. T. Penn, Mrs. F. II Martin. Recording {Secretary.?Miss Mury Strickland. Correspond Inn Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. ^Treasurer.?Mrs. W. It. Dillard. Nnpsrlntrndcal* or Departments. Evangelism and Altushouso.?Mrs. C. R Obcnchaln. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contest*.?Miss Carrie Wilson. ptower Mission.?Mrs. w. u. Whltescarver. Pross Superintendent.?Mrs K. H. Martin. fTnc Timbs-Kbuistbr amp Skntikbl, at Rbeir request bas placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. <J. T. Union who will have entire charge of it. and be responsible for all matter therein It promises to bean interesting feature of the paper, and we commend a cerefal perusal of the department.?Kne. J Christiana Dickson, the wife of one of the first Bottlers of Erie County, Pennsylvania, was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 December 1905

n p?: LUCKY TO BE ; , BORN POOR?; 4'There is nothing so valuable 1 as to be born in poverty and to1 ho compelled to go forth aud ! battle for yourself." iSo says Andrew Carnegie. Mauy will applaud tho saying. But is it true? Zoologists tell us it is not struggle that develops races and species, but the favoring environment. that penults them to struggle successfully. Were it otherwise, the Eequtnio would be the "superman. Very many?t'arnegie among thom?have developed from poverty to eminent success. But these aro men of unusual talent or genius. They are the men with whom environment counts the least. The exceptional man of inherited wealth a^o con^-.vrs his environment and attacks his tack with the energy of educated ambition. The difference between poverty and wealth, in the effect upon real character, is largely a I matter of imagination. We cannot grasp- it because it is thin air. The youth marked for success croates his own atmosphere. Whether he dwells in a hovel or in a mansi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 December 1905

(Son&otibrtlcb ^^,. ^Jtooembgr 16, .1903 ? v. I li.ij '' . I VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1905. NUMBER 29 I 'friii. i ' - ' CAPITAL GOSSIP. From Our Regular Correspondent. Washington, D. C., \ Dec. 12, 1905. J The first week of Congress has been one of considerable interest and shows considerable progress in two of * he roost important questions before Congress and the country. A Canal appropriation of $11,000, which it is expected will carry the work on the big ditch toTthe first of March, has been passed by thc^IIouse and will doubtless be passed by the Senate and probably become a law before the Christinas holidays. The bill was not passed without debate and furnished an opportunity for brilliant criticism on the part of the Democratic leader, Mr. Williams. His strictures as well as those of other Democrats were directed mainly against the high, salaried officials appointed by the President, especial 1,. ......I.,..* Mr urKnm characterized us a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 December 1905

I IK i I 2 THE HOME, AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES A Column l>e?licuto<l to Tired Mothers as They Join I the Home Circle at Eveuln^ Tide. If there is a stone, stump, or other unsightly object in tho yard, plant some morning glories, cypress vines, canary flowers and balloon vines (love puffs) around it. You'll be glad it was there before the summer is over. Do the same way with the mind. If dark, ugly thoughts persist in obstructing themselves plant flowers around them and thej will disappear. * * * Marriage binds a man and woman so cloBely that one cannot suffer without making the others miserable. Bear and forbear; give the best we have. A spirit of gentle kindness toward those who are harsh will often turn away their wrath. A dig| nified acceptance of the situation and patient, cheerful, perI sistent effort to make the most of what is left to us in life will j win the respect of those about us and put us on the road to serene enduran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 December 1905

A LAWYER'S WAY. A writer who was fond o anathematizing the long-winde< methods of lawyers once per petrated the following: "If a man were to give anothe an orange he would meroly saj ?I give you this orange,' bu when the transaction is entrust ' ed to a lawyer to put in writing he adopts this form: 'I hereby give, grant and con vey to you all and singular mj estate and intorest, right, title claim and advantage of and ii the said orange, together witl all its rind, skin, juice, pulf And (linn nnrt nil rio-ht And nH. vantage therein, with fall powei to bite, cut, suck and otherwise eat the same away as fully anc effectually as I, the said A. B., am now entitled to bite, cut, suck or otherwise eat the same orange or give the same away, with or without its rind, skin, juice, pulp and pips, anything hereinbefore or hereinafter, or in any other deed, or deeds, instrument or instruments of what nature or kind soever to the contrary in any wise notwithstand ing.m "The blood is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 December 1905

m wF j m v 4 PU HLISIIBD BVBHT THUi Salem Printing anc C. D. DKf W. W. McOLUNU. Subserip One Year ...... Mine Mouths ..... Six Months / Three Months ; . PHON1 THURSDAY, DE A PERTINENT INQUIRY? ? EditorTimks Rkoistkr andBkntinkir?Sir: Have you ever thought of bhe imposition the telephone peo? pie are practicing upon usT The Southern Bell came to Salem without securing a franchise, but later on om Council granted a moet liberal one to them. When the Interstate?now the Virginia and Tennessee?came asking for a franchise, to protect us the Council granted one with certain restriction, one of which was that they should not charge over $1.20 for residence phones aud $1.60 for business phones. Recently the Virginia and Tennessee bought out the Southern Bell, and are running their business here, and in Roanoke under the Virginia and Tennessee franchise; yet they are allowed or permitted to charge us the Southern Bell prices. Whose fault is this, and to whom can we look for protection! They s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 December 1905

\ tilts REGISTER AND SENTINEL THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1K? ANNOUNCEMENT I desire to say to the public that, I. will continue the eye practice of the1 late Dr. R. L. Moore, aud Drs. Moore "A Woodward. As is known to these who have called, I h?vo practically performed ali the service for the put wis mouths. I have a'l the records of all the past cervices,and can duplicate any pret-cflptiou on the books, and make any repairs wauted. I promise the very t>eat service. llr. R. w. Woodward EYE SPECIALIST Successor to DR8. MOORE & WOODWARD, 112 W. Campbell Avenue. HOURS: 9 a. m. to<4:80 p. m. Special Hours by Appointment large Contract LET IN Austin, Nichols & Co., | ^ of K*w York, H. J. 'SALEM Heinz Co., Pittsburg, ! ? Pa., Crescent Candy Co., of Baltimore,'Maryland, and the Apolo Chocolate 'Co., Boston, Mars , have secured most of the contract for furnishing P. W. Whitoscarver his Xtnas goods. This is the largest, contract of its kind ever let i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 December 1905

m! ' ? WAITING. "Aunt Minty" Hyers, ?6 ye\ra old, uow recovering from k abort, i 11 u*>? h. can again be soou sitting at the steps of her cabin at Study Mark, N. C., waiting the return of Jacob Muuhnll, to whom she wm nn^tcrd to b* married when a young woin-tu. Muuhall enlisted in the Confederate Anuy and was reported "tui.*siug" after a severe ! battle iu Virginia. The girl, uow a gray-haired old wom<u, has never given up hope of his return, ami so ?he aits daily on her frout steps awaitlug him Four and forty year* she's w .ited. Sitting in her cabin door. For the lad who went to h-?trl?? With the brave Confederate corps; Still she's sitting, watching, waiting For the lail whose name ocours On the roll among the "missing," Lo these four anil forty years. Two and twenty when he left her. Six and sixty now, and gray. Still she's sitting, watching, waiting. For the lad who went away; * In her c<bin door she linger*. (.taxing down the lonely lane. Over ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 December 1905

r w. c. t. u. colSmn OFFICERS NALItM W. C. T. ?7. President.?Mm. Mlraah Hobbs Day. Vloo-Presidents.?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell, Mrs. R. K Moore, Mrs. J. T. Penn, Mrs. P. H Martin. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?V~^ V. II. DUIard. No per In trad rata of Department*. Kvaugollsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obencbaln. Florence Crlttenton llome. ?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarrer. Press Superintendent.?Mr*. F. H. Martin. [Tub Timbs-Rbuibtbr asd Bbstinbl. at Ibeir request, bas placed a column at tbe disposal of tbe earnest and faithful women of the w. O. T. Union who will bare entire charge of it, and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises to be an interesting feature of tbe paper, and we commend a careful perusal of tbe department.?Eds. j Take oare that the trend of jour influence over other people is for good and not evil. One of the last of the king...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 December 1905

? MISTAKEN CHIVALRY "You boar it bravely, Anna." It was a sweet, smiling face that met the spwikor as the young girl turned to her aunt. "It is not the worst misfortune in the world. Aunt Belle! I do not think lightly of it, but it is only money. If I had lost either you or Uncle Ralph?but now. Aunt Belle, tell me all about it." "There is little more to tell than you already know. When Mr. Mason died all of your property was in the hands of Milton Lawrence, who misused, or as your uucle says, dishonestly mmlo iikm of it to relieve himself from business trouble, so investing ?t that his failure last woek swept away every penny of your fortune. Her uncle coming into the room just then was surprised to find that the girl took her loss so lightly, but ho had deeper sorrow for h*:r, and ho began by saying: "Do you lov* Horace Everett very dearly, Anna?" "You know that I do. Undo," replied the girl, "or I could not have promised to become his wife." "Then it. would cost you a great deal t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 December 1905

^1 ?&tljeiti ?itti?S * Mi?xxi%tfct I -am?- I (Sonsolibaleb ^ ^ ^ ^lloumbcr il>, J903 & I VOLUME 40. SA1 ,EM,~V I RU IN I A, Till USI )A Y, DECEMBER 28, I 905. NUMBER .!! | CAPITAL GOSSIP. From Our R^kuIht Correspondent. Washington, I). C., 1 Dec. 27, 1905. J During the two weeks of adjournment for the holidays there will be no legislation, but it may be ineresting to conssder some of the important measure? that have been presented and which whether they will or not, ought to pa?s and become laws. The brilliant Mr. Williams, of Mississippi, leader of the minority has presented a measure entitled "A bill to reduce taxation on American citizens who use hides, leather, boots shoes, saddles and harness."This bill provides that those articles when imported shall be duty free if the country from which they come admits to its ports products and manufacturers of the United Stated at its minimum rate. Mr. Williams urges that this is in the line with the gene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 December 1905

I THE HOME" AND ITS I SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING-REVERIES M A Column Dedicated to Tired I Mothers as They Join I the Home Circle at H KveniiiK Tide. The uien of the earth build houtiee? K HnlN and chamber*, roofa and R domes,? R But the women of the earth?tiod knows! the aud smoke of life's turmoil it surely will be well for you to get out of the turmoil for a little while, to seek some quiet sanctuary, it may be with those who assemble themselves together foj God's worship, it may be with the loved ones of your home, or it may ho in the stillness of yourown spirit,tobrighlon up those best possessions of your soul and bind yourself by new ties to the immortal life. Let us all this your help one another, and wo will find by our side the great Helper. Fathers, live more with your boys. Your intentions are good, but it is said that the lower regions are paved with good intentions, and you only got credit for what you do. A girl is never safer than when with her mother, but w...

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