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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 December 1905

TWENTY-ONE. When a r-llow is twenty-one The world is a garden of roses, The skies are al! sbliumer and sun And The pathway iu brightness discloses The blood is a-danee in the veins, And hope iu the azure is winging. For the soul is uufettered of ohains. And life iu its fulluess is springing? When a fellow is twenty-one. When a fellow is twenty-one The gates of the future are gold en, The battles are yet to be won And the banners that flutter embolden; The bosotn is heaving with joy And the lips are honeyed with singing When the man bids good-by to the boy In a voice that is riant and ringing? When a fellow Is twenty-one. When a fellow is twenty-one To live Is the keenost of rapture, The fancies through thoroughfares run To the prizes that wait for the capture. And Love, with a light in her eyes, Is waiting for youth to surrender, 'Neath the wonderful blue of the skies That blossom for youthful splendor? When a fellow is twenty-one. When a fellow is twenty-one The world is all liltin...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 December 1905

! '8 TALK OF THE WEDDING. All Sorts ol* Delicious Rumors Afloat in White House Neighborhood. According to a Washington dispatch, the most marvellous stories are floating about the White House as to the future intentions of Miss Roosevelt. bridal presents, flowers, t.?def * . grams gowns. ri ums, orange blossoms of diamonds, etc. It is stated that the gown matter has been absolutely settled, i and that Mis* Roosevelt has decided to wear the beautiful wodding gown of her Grandmother bee. Others snv that Mis? Roosevelt has cabled the Countess Do Chauibrun, Mr. Leongwortb's sifter in Paris, all about it, and that the gown is to be the efflorescence of l'aris creations. 8tii! another one of these beautiful storie> is that "it was all understood" in Japan and that the material for the gown is already hero in one of the twent.--seven Oriental boxes from the land of the wistaria. People must gu ?ks a while, therefore, and take their choice between Paris, Tokio and llos-J ton. The...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 January 1906

fr- 'W^"'. -i r. * JSm I S&tltm ?tmcs?licgisfcr I ? ^cntinrl* I VOLUME 40. 8ALEM7 VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY II, im.' NUMBER"^ | DEADLY RESULTS MINE EXPLOSION C'oAldiklc. W. Va.. Scene of Terrible Disaster Deep Umlor Q round. Our townsmun, Mr. T. H. Cooper, received a telegram last Thursday afternoon announcing a disastrous explosion in one of the Cooper mines at Coaldale, W. Va. He left at once for the scene of the disaster. As a result of the explosion twentythree unfortunates?three white, the rest colored?lost their lives. The explosion occurred about noon when practically the entire force was at work in the mines. The shock of the explosion was felt throughout the miles of tunucls and passages. Before the explosion that shook the mountain had died away, Thomas Williams, himself some distance from the scene, staggered to his feet, and, feeling his way to a telephone, told those on the outside tbut there had been an explosion, and asked for help. A great crowd, compos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 January 1906

2 THE HOME, AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES \ Column Medicated to TIhmI ' Mothers us Tlioy loin lio Home Circle at Kvotiing Tide. THE OLD-FASHIONED WOMAN, No clover, brilliant thinker, she. With college record and degree: She has not known the paths of fame; The world has never heard her name; She walk* iu old, uutroddeu ways? The valleys of the yesterdays. Around her childish hearts are twined. As with some reverent saint, enshrined; And following hers, the childish feet Are led to ideals true and sweet. And llud all purity and good In her diviuest motherhood. She keeps her faith unshadowed still, e God rules the world iu good and ill; Men iu her creed are brave and true, And women pure as pearls of dew; And life for her is high and grand. By work and glad endeavor spauned. This sad old earth's a brighter place All for the sunshine of her face; Her very siuile a blessing throws. And hearts are happier where she A K?utle, clear eyed luefsentjer. To whisper lor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 January 1906

I . J Every f Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all the blood in' a healthy ; human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes. If this action becomes irregular the whole body suffers. Poor health follows poor blood ; Scott's Emulsion makes the blood pure. One reason why SCOTT'S 1?WVTV I is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood. It is partly digested before it enters the stomach; a double advantage in this. Less work for the stomach; quicker and more direct benefits. To get the greatest amount of good with the least possible effort is the desire of j everyone in poor health. Scott's Emulsion docs just that. A change for the better takes place even before you expect it. \V e will send you a t"-jo, i\. cample free. ,ure 'hat Cy^jA picture in the form uf .IQfcW |k a label is on the wrap?rjHty "HI !*r 01 cvvTy ix>'."C of j y LmuUion )oj buy. If Scott & Bowne "^ny i|?-5t Cheir.Uu "^A,C ^ i K. 4.09 I'earlSt., N. Y. ~TA 50 c?n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 January 1906

4 J$alcm &imcs-$cgi PUHLIMIIKU KVKKY THUH8I Salem Printing and C. D. DKN11 W. W. McCLUNO. II Subscripts One Year Nine Month* . Six Mouth* Three Mouth* PHONE THURSDAY, JA OUR ABSURD ASSESSMENT SYSTEM. In the Richmond Times-Dispatch of Sunday last we observe the following communication from a citizen of Salem : Editor of Tbe Times-Dispatch: Sir,?I hui Kind to see the question of appointing & board of equalisation being agitated for it is badly needed. Why in this county, Roanoke, we had two asseeesors for 1905, and I wish you could see their work Farms that were Helling for $100 to $200 per aore assessed at $50 or less. Town lots that were selling for $75 and up per lot assessed at $20. Parties who objected to an assessment of one-half or two thirds of selling prices, asked the Tidewater as damages from Ave to ten times tho fair cash value. I hope tbe cotniug Legislature will allow towns and cities to have aununl assessments for local taxation. It is not right ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 January 1906

\ I TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 190(5. ANNOUNCEMENT I desire to say to the publio that I will continue the eye practice of the late Dr. R. L. Meore, and Dfh. Moore A Woodward. A? is known to those who have called, I have practically performed all the service for the past six mouths. I have a'l the records of all the past services, and can duplicate any prescription on the books, and I11RH9 nuy lepHiro vrau(ru. a ^ruujior the very beet service. : : Dr. R. W. Woodward EYE SPECIALIST Successor to DR8. MOORE & WOODWARD, 112 W. Campbell Avenue. HOURS: 9 a. m. to 4:80 p. m. Special Honrs by Appointment GROCERIES Fruity and Confectioneries Are piled uo in our store at ROCK BOTTOM prices. Santa Clans has made his headquarters at our store this year. Our stock is of the best th? season affords. We, therefore, solicit the patronage of all oar friends from the town and country. Just received large shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at 15o., 20c.. 25c., 80c., 35c ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 January 1906

_ 6 DEATHBED VISIONS Have Not Happened I>r. Osier Noted "Killer of tl?e Aged" Asserts That Man l?ies Just Like the llctiHt. Baltimore, Jan. 8. ? Dr. William Osier, the man who wauls the aged hustled graveward, iH out with a really important and interesting declaration. In his latest book ho says that "deathbed visions," believed mi by thousands and of which there are scores of supposed HUiiiienni' recovos, ih plain nouseuse. Moreover. he supports his declaration by 500 deathbed observations of his own which he thinks prove absolutely that such reported visions are untrue. No Thought of Future. In all of these cases there was suffering, fear and other emotions, but no thought of the future. His observation is a startling contribution u> a subject which has always keeuly interested scientists, clergymen and physicians, and it is certain to provoke general discussion. Dr. Osier says: "As a rule, man die* a* he has lived, uninfluenced practically by the thought of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 January 1906

BILL. JONKS. (Washington Star.) Bill Jones, he whb a carious chap. He alius liked to ohafY. When hard laok caught him iu a trap He'd Htlll make out to laugh, Alt' wait for time to let him out. He wouldu't git delirious, Au' rail at fate, an' storm an* shout? He didu't take things serious. When trouble come to Borne good friend He simply lent hie aid, An' didu't lecture him an' send His kindness on parade. uv/? uv;anv uiuu vu ^ aioovu inn mamma and departed. Mrs. Rutherford's eyes were dim as she watched her baby boy in his bluo traveling suit sturdily trudging away, without one faltering, backward glance. A long way off, Wilbur set his burden on the ground, and himself perched Bolemmy on the curb, chin in hands, in deep meditation. The spectacle was too much for the fond mother-heart. Very quietly mamma sped down the drive and tiptoed up behind Master Wilbur. As she was hovering, on the very point of surprising him with tearful kisses, a pompous old man appeared. "Child," he said; "...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 January 1906

\ * i. 8 M growIrsTi 1C?*|?4? -1 ? <! Combination to linihl 1 Mnmniof )i .Storage Plants. A mootin?: <>f the Horticultural Society will Iih held in Richmond on the 2Uth. At this gathering ot those who represent the fruitgrowing industry, something will be done regarding what has beeu termed a nth .1 !? .. * _ u ! ? * i rust r>u*ung v/uuiuumtiuu. 11 is said that last full the buyers formed some kind of un agreement by which the growers worn forced to take u sum for their apples which was very small in comparison-with the prices, before the alleged combination of the great fruit storage people was formed. It is - alleged that the men who control the great storage houses in the North got together and sent buyers into this apple growing section whose arrangement was to pay a certain price, which hud been lixed I y Agreement at the lowest possible figure. It is said in proof f . that such arrangement was untie that the buyers did not ' encroach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 January 1906

' lf?' r% -mnw- ^ (biou&olibak'b ^ v |j| || ^ ^ ^ ^ ^loombar 16,, i903 $ - ' ' . - '"" zftfe' . -:u-\ i ;'^j VOLUME 40. - SALEM, VI 1R4 INlTv 111U RSI )A Y, JANUARY 1 sTilKXi.' NUMBER 34 MONTAGUE'S MESSAGE Governor Urge* Reorganization of" Virginia's Treasury l>cport nient. Richmond Jan.?Gov. Montague in his unnuul message to the legislature, delivered in person todav, advocated a reorganization of the State's treasury department, the creation of a State board of charities, laws to prevent excessive use of money in elections, better safeguards for primary elections, compulsory school attendance, and the State-aid plan for road improvement. He said, in part; "I renew my former recomenulation respecting the creation of a board of charities and corrections. Such a board would be of little expense and of great service. Many of the State, as well as the uationul government, have these boards, and in every instance efficiency of service , has resulted from their co-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 January 1906

i 2 THE HOME, AND IIS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES A Column Dedicated to Tirc?l Mothers as They Join Hie Home Circle at Kveuing Tide. What, in the work 1 have done today? Have 1 left a iuaik upon the wav, A kludly word, or a oheery tmille That Iih8 llugered iu some heart awhile. Straightened a path or crooked road, Lightened the weight of a weary load. Into the shadow of some one's night bent even a tiuy ray of lightT * * Young man or young woman, if you have a mother living love her. One little rose to her while she is living is worth vastly more to her than all the flowers you can pile on her cofflu after she is dead. One little kind word is worth more to her than all the money you can expend at her funeral. Your mother may be growiug old, if so, love her, be kind to her. She loves you and will do more for you than any other person living, so take her as the best friend )OU have or will have. * * * Im Life Worth Living? Is life worth living? you ask. Yes, we answ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 January 1906

V SHKED PIT LIFE ?That's what a prominent druggist said of Scott's Emulsion a short time ago. As a rule we don't use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public, but the above remark and s i m i 1 a r expressions arc made so often in connection with Scott's Emulsion i 1 'i 4 11 a xr o tirrvrf / ? I wide uiv n vi tuj vi occasional note. F rom infancy to old age Scott's Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying improper and weak development, restoring lost flesli and vitality, and repairing waste. The action of Scott's Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself. What it does it does through nourishment?the kind of nourishment that cannot be ob tmtied in ordinary food. No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scott's Emulsion and gather good fjom it. a We will send you a v/V sample tree. *urc ***** ***** p^cturc J form of a label t.\ o*i the wrapnci r>?)i every bwttlc of UmuUion yw 5m/I SC0TT & BOWNB ^ll) Chemists 409...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 January 1906

! " * * 4 V . PUBL18HKD KVEKY THURS Salem Printing and C. D. DEN I W. W. MoCLUNU. I Subscripti One Year .... . Nine Month* ..... Six Mouth* Three Month* PHONE THURSDAY, JA II' I I T 1<A IIAI Ik TUV IADV ! vrani IV uvijir HID avuoi It is quite evident that the Commissioners of the Itovenue, now holding office in this State, do not intend to turn these jobs loose without a fight to have the present law under which they k hold changed. Already, in fact, a step in that direction has been taken by Representative N. B. Early, Jr., of Madison county. He has presented a bill in the House providing forthe appointment of commissioners by the I judges of the circuit courts and the corporation courts, instead of being elected by the people, as the law now stands. Under the present law no commissioner may succeed himself, but under appointment he may hold his office indefinitely. The office is one of the most important, and it is argued that it tukes about the first term to "catch on"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 January 1906

TJMESjtEGISTER JNP^SENTINEL | Til U USD AY, JANUARY 18, 1D00. ANNOUNCEMENT I de*ire to say to the public that. I will contiutie tbe eye practice of the lat?? Dr. R. I*. Meor?, and Drs. Moore ft Woodward. As is known to those who have called, I have practically performed all the service for the past six mouths. 1 have a'l the records of all the past services,audcao duplicate auy prescription on the books, aud make auy repairs wauted. 1 promise the very best service. Dr. R.W.Woodward BYE SPECIALIST Successor to DR8. MOORK & WOODWARD, 112 W. Campbell Avenue. HOUR8: S) a. in. to 4:20 p. in. Special Hours by Appoiatuient GROCERIES Fruits and Confectioneries Are piled up in our store at ROCK BOTTOM price*. Santa Clans has made bis headquarters at our sto'e this year. Our stock is of the test the seasou affords. We, therefore, solicit the patronage of all our friends ftotu the town and country. Just received large shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at 15c., 20c., 25c , 20c., 25c , ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 January 1906

\ ^ _J> TREASURE SECRETS Mexican Indian.'* Carefully Con ceal Kin its of Mineral Tliey Moke In Their Mountains. ''Some two weeks ugo a Mexi can of the buscou class ofTeret to sell >ne a considerable <piautity of placer gold, which he claimed he had found within UK Kilometres of 'IVpisco, but he refused to tell where ho got it," said T. 0. Gibson, of Tepisco, Sonra, to a represeutaive of the Mexican Herald, "Among this gold was ono nugget large as ou ordinary sized marble. A friend of mine bought thin gold for $300, and a day or two later sold it for$505. t. I' iiia common thing to find k tho buscoues of that part of the country with gold for sale. ThiH nugget,"here he exhibits a piece of Hinoothly worn wash gold of irregular shape, aud about half an inch long by a little over a quarter of an inch wide with a . piece of white quartz ruuning crosswise through it?"I bought from a buscon some three years age in Teplsco. He I *had several other pieces of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 January 1906

w/u. U. COLUMN OFI'It'BilN HALR.V W.C.T.V. President.?Mr*. Mlmali Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mr*. K. 8. Campbell, Mr*. K. II Moore, Mm. J. T. Penn, Mrs. K. H Martin. Recording Secretary,?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. II. Dlllard. , tlwperi tradraU or Drparlmrnl*. Rvangellsm and Alinsbnuse.?Mrs. C. R. Ubenchaln. Florence Crittenton Home.? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. ||. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs F. II. Martin. fTiia Timks-Kboistkh and Hkntinbl. at their request has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of tbe vV. U T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all nutter therein It promises to be an interesting feature of the paper, and we commend a careful perusal of the department.?Kds. j THIS KIUUL ivmu. Not all boys would have done as Harry Shepler did, who was in the signal service. Harry was ordered one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 January 1906

^ ' I ~ CAPITAL GOSSIP. Kroui Our R->t?u'uir OarffsnoiHtent. WASHINGTON. 1). C., 1 Jan. 1(5. 1906. J Poultney Itigelow whosearticle on mismanagement and graft- on the Isthmus of Panama was the sensation of the week will he still further discredited if the plaits of Secretary Tuft and the President do not mis carry, lie has been summoned to appear before the Committee on Interoceunic canals Thursday or Friday, and he will be enabled to repeat, if he will, the statements lie made in a journal last week and which resulted in a special message to Congress from the l'residcut denouncing all tlmse who criticize the management of the Canal and ulso caused Secretary Taft to write a vol j utuitions refutitioti of all tliestutclueuts made. This article and the r letter .of Secretary Taft were the sensation of the week here. Mr. Bigelow is a man of wealth, of edu "1 cation, and of .literary reputation. lie was a school-mate of Kntperor William, of tJerinanv, and has been a close fri...

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