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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 January 1906

?~ ????? D -ifX"- ?r . / v 5jR\ - (. (ffSH- I ^ticttt ?ittteg88 lUgiafe* -an?- ?* | (Sori&olibateb ^ y ^^ouenTbcr 10, 1903 | * | VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1906.' NUMBER 35 CAPITAL GOSSIP. From Our It-gulir Correspondent. Washington, D. C.f \ Jan. 22, 1906. J If any have thought that the star of President Roosevelt's popularity was on the decline, they hare been foroed to admit from the inoidents of the last week that Roosevelt luck is as potent and us apparent as ever. The desperate and ridiculous effort to make an issue of the removal of a boisterous and recalcitrant woman from an ante-room of the President's office by the police had fallen llat, when Senator Tillman, of South Carolina, made a frantic effort to galvanize it. His absurd failure, coupled with his disgusting oratory, has done all that was desired to emphasize the pettiness of the incident, and Senator Hale's merciless exposure of Tillman's^ animus resulted in Ana AP U i aairat*Auf a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 January 1906

A J 2 THE HOME AND W, SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES A Column Dedicated to Tired >1 others as Tliey .loin the Home Circle at Kvoulii? Tide. That is not hoiue where day by day I wear the busy hours away; That i? not home where lonely night Prepares for me the toils of light; 'Tis hope, and joy, and memory, give A home iu which the heart can live. It is a presence uudeliued, O'erslmdowiug the conscious mind; Where love aud duty sweetly blend To consecrate the uame of trleud; Wliere're thou art is home to uie, A home without thee oauuot be. Male At Home. . The world need never shed a tear for its sainted dead. They are safe as the harvest is when the farmer has bound it into sheaves and stored it away, or as the roses are when the gardener has wrapped their roots in straw and housed them from the storm. They are sate as the larks that fly singiug from the green earth out of reach of the huntsman's snare and the aim of the cruel sportsman. They are safe as war...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 January 1906

. WHAT CAUSES BACHELORHOOD Eminent New York IHvine Says it is Tippling Habits aitdfiam0 hling Tendencies of Women in Society. CAUSE OF BACHELORHOOD. The alarming decrease in marriage among men of means and socialpos .stnun is oeran.se so many of the tnomen in their own circles are yicen to drink, cigarette smoking, gambling and to kindred vices.?Rev. Mariieou Po'er<\ 1). D. New York. Jan.?Supplementing the sermon which he delivered in the Church of the Epiphany last Sunday, and which caused widespread discussion, ) Rev. Madison Peters says: "My views upon the women of the fashionable rich are not the idle mouthings of a sensationalist nor the vicious attacks of one whose motive is to stir up ugly feelings. Every word I have spokon is the plain statement of facts that any fashionable physician, any clergyman who has moved about in society, and every society woman or man themselv< s know and dare not refute. "I have been into the cafes of the Astor. the Waldorf. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 January 1906

Im i h \ 4 * : f $imes-|Ugi HUIIL18HBU KVEKY THUR8I Salem Printing and C. D. DKNI1 W. W. MCCLUNO. ? Subseriptu One Year .... . Niue Months Six Months ...... Three Months ...... PHONE THURSDAY, JA SALEM TO TIIE FRONT. The organization of a Board of Trade by enterprising citizens of this town, a few days ago, was a step in the right direction, and one that means much for the future of our favored community, if the people J generally but do their duty in backli ing up the efforts this organization will put forth to advance our material welfare. I Talk, and lots o" it, is all right in i ts place, but it is cheap aud will not answer all purposes. It takes money to run an organization of any kind, and in order to take the necessary steps to attract people, capital and enterprises, the Board of Trade will need the tinancial backing, as well as the moral support of every loyal citizen of Salem. Equip it, then, Mrifl, Krvtl, i!i> t lilt will.11 oil HOT f 11 11 i 1 V offers for the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 January 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 19(H). ANNOUNCEMENT 1 desire t<> say to the public that I will continue the eye practice of the late Dr. K. L. Meore, and Drtt. Moore A.Woodward. As in known to thuBe who have called, 1 have practically performed all the service for the pant, nix months. I have a'l the records of all tbe part servioos.and can duplicate auy prescription on the books, aud make auy repairs wanted. 1 promise the very best service. Dr. R.W.Woodward EYE SPECIALIST Successor to DUS. MOORE & WOODWARD, 112 W. Campbell Avenue. HOURS: 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. in. Special Hours by Appointment GROCERIES Fruits and Confectioneries Are piled up in nnr store at KOCK BOTTOM prices. Sunt i CI* us has nied* Ids headquarters at our eto'e this ye*r. Our stock isof the best the seHsoU affords. We, therefore, solicit the patronage of all our friends fioiutho towu sud country. Just received large shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at 15c., 20c., 25c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 January 1906

i I If v t G BLTltR FARMING 1 METHODS. liexixluturc to He Askud to Appropriate $7^,000 for Agricultural Ifnihliiig. Honnoke ami Staunton aro working hard to capture the next ? meeting of the Virginia Farm ors' lu?titut?*. Ac a meeting of the executive committee of the institute in Blacksburg Tuesday R. O. Koiner represented Staunb ton. Former Governor J. Iloge Tyler, J. F. Jackson and Profee-1 ear S nde have been appointed to | recommend a place for the next meeting. A number of valuable suggee- j lions, were discussed at thai meeting thi-* week. Professor j Boule showed that the oxperimeat station at Blacksburg has ' saved the farmers $6,500 in the .-* * l/uivua^ UL ill'.njHiUOIir^ ITlrXliHr 1 cXl I at an expendtu"e of only .^>1 />0 Much good was done toward advancing horticulture and in- i ' forming the farmers of advanc' ed methods to carry ou their i work. The following resolution was j adopted: "Resolve!, That in t.ho ?.>pin[1 ion of the executi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 January 1906

W. C.TJJ. COLUMN or riCKKM NALliM W. c. T. IT. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vloe l*resldents.?Mrs. K. S. Campbell, Mrs. K. 11 Moore, Mrs. J. T. I'enn, Mrs. F. It Mtrtln. ooordlng Secretary,?Miss Mary Strickland, rrospondlng Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. tourer.?Mrs. W. H. Dillurd. nprrlslrndrsls of l>*pnrtmeutn. 'Cll3m and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. nchaln. 3? Crittcnton Home. ? Mrs. F. 8. M'bell. Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson, r Mission.?Mrs. W. II. Whltescarvor. Superintendent.?Mrs F. II. Martin. Timks-Rkoibtkr and 8kntinki,, at Miitsul It >> > tl&nnrl aft AAlnmn nl f It at .loftbe earnest mill faithful women W. O. T. Union who will have entire go of it, and be responsible for all niati t herein It promises to be an interesting feature of the paper, and we oommend a careful perusal of the department.?Ens.) More than a thousand persons were registered at the great International Temperance Congress at Budapest and fourteen ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 January 1906

>*7 "VPSIflimm ^ffrn Fir U r" v s. v 8 THOMAS PLEADS for Southern Farmers?Nine Speeches ?n iMiilippiiies Hill. Washington, Jan.?There wejre 9 speeches in the house recently on the Philippine tnrijT bill, consuming nearly six umi one-half hours. Three ?, of the speakers opposed the bill ami six fa '-"d it. Those who urged for the measure were Mr. (Haines, of Tennessee; Mr. Thomas, of North Carolina, who included a plea for the southern farmer at id demanded reciprocity to bnielit the cotton seed oil industry; Mr. Need ham, of California; Mr.Garrett, f Tennessee; Mr. Gardner, of Massachusetts; who devoted the major portion of his remarks to the tariff t m*eds of his state and urged the republicans of the house to amend the tariff simply as to the schedule of hides, and Mr. Scott, Kansas. Tue opponents of the measure * were Mr. Young, of Michigan; Mr. Loud, of Michigan; and Mr. Noma, "l!5| I j ef N braska. Tariff Revision Needed. The need for scaling down ton e high schedule...

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

4 Jr"-'4 |^| >f> ri? I ' S^ctXi^ttt- Simp" ^Icc^i I -at??? I ?onsolibctleb ^' Lilt, 1^ 1 ^ ooem''er '6, 1903 & I VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1900.' NUMBER 30 I _ CAPITAL GOSSIP. Kroui Our Uvular Correspondent. Washington, I). O., 1 .Ian. 29, 1900. J There are eighteen thousand clerks employed in tha Government Departments in \\ ashi-it.-ton. They are paid from teu to hvty per cent, higher than private tirrns pay for the same class of work. Their hours are from nine to four thirty With a iitnchcon half hour included. They are entitled to thirty days vacation each year and thirty days sick leave. In summer they are dismissed earlier every afternoon and at noon, Saturdays. They have every legal holiday and a few local ones extra, and yet the 1'nited States harbors scarcely a more discontented class. Not satisfied with doing less work for more money than any body of clerks in the country they have regarded themselves :is the proteg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 February 1906

2 THE HOME, AND JTj SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES A Column Deilloalcd to Tlrtnl Mothers as Tliey Jotu Hie Home Circle at Kvenlni; TUle. CI ROWING OLD A little more uray iu the lessoning hair Each day as the years go by; A little wore stooping of the foriu, A little wore dtw the eye. A little wore faltering of the step Ae we treed life's pathway o'er. Bat a little uearer every day To the oues that have (jone before. A little wore haltiugof the gait. And a dullness of the ear; A growing weariness of the frawe With eaoh ewift passing year, A fading of hope*, and awbitloua, too, A faltering In life's quest; But a little uearer every day To a sweet and peaceful reef. A little wore loneliness in life A? the dear oues pass away; A bigger claim ou the heavenly land With every pasting day, A little further from toil and care, A little less way to roam; A drawing uearer to a peaceful voyage Aud a happy welcome hoiue. The "Ideal husbands" and "Ideal wives" are often found with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 February 1906

VANITY. At tlve a maiden's wants are few; A pet of blocks, a doll or two; j A little place iutdde to play, If it should oouie a rainy day; A pair of shoes, a pinafore; 1 s 1 really think of nothing more. < Nor wants she overmuch at teu; A birthday party now and then, 1 A bit of ribbou for ber hair, < A little better dress to wear, i> i.?.... .. ???i. .....> j. ci un^ro ?v |?vuy cni i iu u itv ^ A bit more thau she did at live. A modest iuorease at lifteeD; 1 A party dress, iu red or tureen, A room itloue that she m >y fix With bric-a-brac uud candlesticks, A paraMol, a fun?and oil! I quite f org it to add?a beau. At twenty sh? is quite above Ali childish wants?she asks but love. And dreams ot Princes, tall aud fair, Whocoiue a-wooiug aud who dare All dangers; aud she keeps apart For him the castle ot her heart. I At twenty-five her fancy goes To bonnets, frills, and fUrbelovts, A country place, a house iu town, A better rig than...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 February 1906

I _1 Salem limeg-glegi published every thuk8u Salem Printing and c. d. dknit w. w. mcclunu. bl Subscriptic od? Year .... . (Nine Months ...... Six Months Three Months . ; . PHO N E THURSDAY, FE While it must be admitted that there is more or less of factional spirit in the Democratic ranks of this State today, and that there are some persons who will not regret that Governor Montague retired to private life at noon today, there are none who can truthfully deny that he has made Virginia a wise, able, loyal aud faithful governor for the past four years, whose administration was clean, brilliaut aud creditable. We are among those who, while not believing that the State would be the gainer by him going to the United States Seuate to succeed Hon.Thos. S.Martin at this time,nevertheless regret his retirement from public life even for a time. He is unquestionably oue of the State's foremost citizens, and the time will , come again when his great ability will be called into requisition by h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 February 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1906 pNOUNGEMENT 'i desire to say to the public that I will continue the eye praotiee of the late Dr. K. I>. Ueore, aud Dre. Moore & Woodward. As is known to thus* who have called, I have practically performed all the service for the past ei* months. I have a'l the records of all the past services, aud can duplicate any prescription on the books, and make any repairs wanted. I promise the very best service. n_ n in in i i ur. n. w. woodward BYE SPECIALIST Successor to DU9. MOORE & WOODWARD, 112 W. Campbell Avenue. HOURS: 0 a. in. to 4:30 p. in. Special Hours by Appointment GROCERIES Fruits and ContVcJiomTies Are piled ui> in ??nr store at ROCK BOTTOM prices. Santa Ohms has timd- IiIm headquarters at our sto e tliis yesr. Our stock is of the h~s> tl<? season affords. We, therefore solicit, the natmnatre ot al! our friends f oiu the town uucl country. Just received l-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 February 1906

??? Kg- : > ? 6 TO DEVELOP THE HIPS. IKxercIa? to Str?t(>h Cordti uii?l Muscles on the Low Slilo? Straighten unit Increase the Spinal Column. Thorn is scarcely a woman whose ligure is exactly even; a I most all have one shoulder and hip higher than the other, it being the right usually that is above the level. A chair and a pole placed elantiug the equipment neces8ary for some of the exercises. A curtain pole is strongenough and it should be suHpemludcrossways to slant a little. A top of a door will do for tho high end, a headboard may servo for the other, but remember, in using it that it must be grasped at n height that will force oue to rise on tiptoes, with the feet swinging clear to the ground. Any chair tho top of the back of which is a little above the low hip will do, but be sure that it is heavy enough not to overbalance. Though the right hip is usually the high one, with some woman it is the left. The exercises as given hero are for a low left. Beginn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 February 1906

THE PEDDLER'S STORY. A cold winter's night, several yqars since, found a stage-load of passengers gathered around the warm fire of a tavern barroom in a New England village. Shortly after we arrived, a peddler drove up and ordered that his horse should be stabled for the night. After we had eaten supper, we repaired to the bar-room, where the conversation flowed freely. "Well, gentlemen," he commenced, knocking the ashes from his pipe and putting it in his pocket, "suppose I tell you about the last thing of any consequence that happened to mo. You see I am now right from the West, and on my way home for winter quarters. It was during the early part of last spring, one pleasant evening, that I pulled up at the door of a small villago tavern in Hancock county, Indiana. I said it was a pleasant?I mean warm. I went in and called for supper and had my horse taken care of. After I had eaten, I sat down in the bar-room. It began to rain about eight o'clock, and it was very dark out of door...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 February 1906

* 8 I REMINISCENCES, j The season at Digby ? the Newport >>f Nova Scotia?was at itn height. Emerson, tired of the nonsensical chatter of the summer girls at The Pines, made his way down to the beach where he could watch the incoming tide aud be soothed by old Kundy's deep stentorian roar. t.i ?1w, * ?. WIV MIOUIIUVU Clirj V III'MI J>ick waved listlessly in the summer breeze. A quit" Kim nolence prevailed tvervwhere. , 1 He watched the sea gulls as t'loy Hew hither aud thither, h onetimes alighting, lor an instant, on a hit of rock or sea w then up and away, soaring (lighter and higher, in the heuvens until they were acre specks in the horizon. The longer h ? watched them the more ardently in> wished he were a gull or bird o? prey so that when weary of this exist ence he coal t hie him uw.iy to other scenes. lie was deep in a reverie when something dropped in his lap. A pink tuns hade. "Ob, I hog your par Ion, hew carol "f me." He looked up...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 February 1906

jSnlcttt ?iwcs?Register -HUB?onsoUbateb /|^ J^J^ QSTouember 16, J903 & VOLAJME4o7 SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1906.' NUMBER 37 _____________ ( . ' ? " CAPITAL GOSSIP. The Consular Bill Provides for No Beforius of Any Importance to the Country. PRESIDENT STILL POPULAR. Krotu Oar Regular Correspondent. Washington*, D. C., 1 February 5, 1000. J Sagacity and patience were alone responsible for the General Staff Bill recently passed by Congress, and by which our army was reorganized and put on a plane with the modern armies of Europe. The sagacity and patience by which it was accomplished however, were displayed not by Congress but by Secretary Root, then the head of the Department of War. The army at that time was in its organization a fossilized institution dating back to the i Kcvoiuiioti. For many years Cong- j rcs.s hud been imnlotvd to i 1 kt iI;11 < the General Staff and bring the organization up to the standard set by j the great modern armies of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 February 1906

2 THE HOME, AND Ul SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They .loin t he Home Circle at Eveuiui; Tide. There is no doubt that a large percent of the degradation, disgrace, ruin and crime among the young, springs from the habit of night prowling, corner loafing and kindred acts by both sexes in city, town and hamlet all over this broad country. Any poipuu wuv aucpn uin vi uui uo open knows this. Hundreds of boys aud girls are out at night, and we all know that many influences for evil and none for good surround them continually. A curfew restriction may be de? rided as old fashioned aud puritanical, but the fact remains that there is vastly less night prowling in towns that have a curfew ordinance and enforce it. * * * The fairest and sweetest joy is that brought to a man by the loving hand of a wife. The sweetest thought is of that life journey, when, haud in hand, she, the wife, becomes the guiding star as he scales the sunlit mountai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 February 1906

THEHONEYMOON PALACE GAR Pullman Coach. "The Republic," Arrive* tor Miss Alice. VERITABLE HOUSE ON WHEELS. ffnr morn r.hnti un linnr ft fitw days ago the new Pullman palace car Republic, in which Miss Alice Roosevelt and Congressman Nicholas Longworth will make their honeymoon tour, stood on the tracks in Broad Street Station. Tho few persons to whom it was known that this was to be the honeymoon car examined it very curiously, and those who didn't know it admired it as a splendid specimen of the palace car. Clement A. Griscom, a director of tho Pennsylvania Railroad company, wiio a-wa as nost to these interesting sweethearts during their recent visit here, took the Republic out yesterday on its trial trip. The car was turned out of the Pullman shops in Illinois a week ago and was brought here to be fitted up. It is ton feet wide and eighty feet long?a greater length by twenty feet than the average sleeping car. For the observation room in the roar to the playhouse kitchen in front t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 February 1906

r - ^ 4 PUBLISHED BVBRY THUR8 Salem Printing and C. D. DENT W. W. McOLUNU. I! Subseripti One Year Nine Month* ...... Six Months ...... Three Months PHON E THURSDAY, FE Well done! The legislature has determined to double *-be State appropriation for the support ot the public schools, giving them $400,000 as against $200,000, the present appropriation, which is bound to result in better pay for teachers, better teachers as a consequence, and longer school terms. The Democratic party is making good its every promise to the people, and by its every act emphasizing the falsity of the Republican charge in the last campiagn that it was unfriendly to the public school system. In the face of all this evidence, however, they would probably repeat the charge if a campaign was on. Miss Roosevelt and Mr. Longworth are a much envied young couple, but there are few engaged people but that have the advantage of them when it comes to love-making. An m/mioifivn innMwir u fufhwr nnnnmn. ical of coal a...

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