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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 February 1906

TINES REGISTER AND SENTINEL ANNOUNCEMENT ? I desire to say to the public thit I will continue the eye practice of the late Dr. K. I?. Me?>re, and Drs. Moore b Woodward. As in known to those who have culled, 1 have practically performed all the service for the past six mouths. I have a'l the records of all the past services,aud can duplicate any prescription on the books, and make any repairs wauted. I promise the very beBt servico. fir D MJ UlnAiluiArfl uiiii. Wi ivuuuwaiu EYE SPECIALIST Successor to DH8. MOORE & WOODWARD, 112 W. Campbell Avenue. HOURS: 0 a. m. to 4:30 p. in. Special Hours by Appoiatinent GROCERIES Fruits mid Confectioneries Are pileil up in our 8'ore at minK HnTTOM Rama CI a us hu8 ni'?d?* hi* headqunrters at nar8to e thin y? >r. Our etouk iwof tlieb-sr, t'to 8hh8ou affords. We, therpfure. eollcit the i>Htr?>nivirof all our friend* f'O'u the town aud country. J tint received larga ehipunnt SWEET FLORIDA ORANGE...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 February 1906

r t> "SHE" WAS A MAN Woman Who Iteeently Mystified This Sevtiou a hclevtlvc AND HE BAGGED HIS MAN, TOO It will be recalled that sometime age a mysterious woman ou horseback caused much speculation throughout tnis section. Various stories were given of her travels through the vul ley unci the southwest-, of her sleeping in barns, and begging food for herself and her horse, and the dogs which accompanied her. It was reported from Bristol that, she was crazy; the last time she was heard from who was in Tennessee, and goiug south. When she was in this section nobody seemed to know what was her object, but a good deul of interest was aroused in her. The following dispatch in the Baltimore Sun from Owingsville, Ky., probably gives a solution of the mystery: "'Eugenia' Colby, the supposed woman who passed as an arti?t from New York traveling in Kentucky to tako pictures for future paintings, au<l who, by her peculiar actions, created terror among superstitious persons...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 February 1906

? JUST THE SAME. ^ THE New Year is here and people will ?weur Just iu the same old way. Thpt drink will be out from their list * for a year, Juet in the same old way. With mortal Intentions our bosoms will Bwell, The good resolutions from soul-fouuts will?well Enough to pave every highway ia? well. Just in the same old way. We'll glance o'er the year that died out so fast Just in the same old way. And vow that this next year will uot be as the last. Just In tti** same oia way. We'll vow that we'll shed our transgressions aud (dun A? f>DHkf8 in the spring shed their old winter skins, And enter the JNew Year uh bright as new plus. Just in the same old way. In writing each manly "Resolved" we ' prepare Just in the same old way. We'll read and revise them with studious care Just iu the same old way. Our souls will ezpaud with a feeling most grand When al! of the list we have finally scanned, And then we will sign them witti resolute hand Just in the same old way. In less than...

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

.' _'8 Is?kesmadejr .4.IT i* during the earliest ?luy? of the honeymoon that young wives muke mistakes, the consequences of which are likely to affect their whole married life," said tin observiug grauiltnothor. "Carly impressions count for n great deal, and tho woman who has just secured the man of her choice should carefully guard against representing herself in a doubtful light, either from exuberance of spirits or from the feeling that 'nothing matters now we are married.' "T the newwly-tnade bride I would eav: Do LiOt presume upon your new honors to constitute yourself your husband's Lcuciuor, or rather keeper. Often. :n a mistaken sense of her fresh responsibilities, a wife is up* to assume on the honeymoon u ph.y: illy dictatorial demeanor to war i !n r lord. At the boarding >u>o where they are upendi ing thvir first holiday together ?!e . orivuDw the male ami disgush' the female residents by her attitude toward George at time. 'l*o, dear. Von uutsn't ! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 February 1906

. -aws" CSonsolibaieb ^ UTtoueinber 16, 1903 volume 40. Salem,"Virginia, Thursday, februaky ir>, tm. number ;? . Jyahni. >??.?-? INTERESTING OCCUR! AT TBI The Wedding at the White IIouho is the Principal Topic of Conversation in Washington JllHt Now. THE $25,000 PEARL NECKLACE Kr?;u> Our RiKu'ar 'Jorrrspondent. WASHINGTON. 1). O., 1 February 13, li?06. J The wedding at the White House which is the principal topic of conversation in Washington these days will take place on Saturday, the 17th inst. at noon, and after the reception which follows the young couple will leave for a short trip in the South. The wedding will come at the fag end of the winter social season, and the honeymoon will be during lout, when there will be time for quiet and rest from social engagements. By Easter the young couple will be back in the city and ready for the Spring season, which promises to be very gay. In June Representative Longworth and his bride will leave for a tri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 February 1906

2 TUB TKUTH. Yon nity bo a* truo a Christian Ah a man can ever bo. You uiny scrap like bold Leouldas Who hold Thermopylae; Your soul may bo ao spotless And jib white hh winter rniow, But you won't, break in "Society" lluless you have the dough. But tackle frenzied finance Aud gather in the gold? Be euro you get. the dollars, Though the devil goto your soul? hot. the world see you are wealthy, Aud "Society" will throw Her wautou arms around you? When nbe tiudayou have the dough. PEACHES FOR NATION'S BRIDE. llox of Costly African Peaches Will 11 race Mrs. Lungwort It's Wedding Table. New York, Feb 12.?Nesting in the finest of tissue excelsior, peeping forth like the tlrst violets in spring, with the blush of the purple South A fricun sunshine in their ruddy cheekes, some of the most delicate peaches iu the world lay iu a Washington Street wholesale fruit house Friday receiving the liotnuge of the coujiuissiou dealers. This particular box of peaches cauio all the way from the Meerlust ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 February 1906

I VWfPi^n *T4"yTTW>y : . 7M| *, ^ M W. C T. U COLUMN Arri('RH<IHII.RM W.C.T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah llobbs Day. Vice-President*.?Mr*. F. 8. Campbell, Mrs. F. It Moor#, Mr*. J. T. I'onn, Mrs. F. H ' Martin. Recording 8ccretarjr.?Miss slary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Dlllard. Nnprrlatfadralit ?f Depart men ?*. Evangelism and Almshouse,?Mrs. C. E. Obcnchatn. Florence Crlttenton Homo.? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medol Contests.?Mtss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Frees Superintendent.?Mr* F. H. Murtln. | rilK TiMK ? KKUISTKR AND iSENTINKL. at thrir i*qiu-st lias placed it column at the dtNp?Kul of the a'-'ost and faithful women of t'i? vV. ?! T. Union who will have eutire cba'g* of it, nut! ber?tt|H>tisihle f .r all matter (herein It promisee to be an interesting feature of the p.auer. and we commend a careful iwustl of the department.?KD9.J Salem Union has profited by the unus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 February 1906

4 J>alcra iimcs-JUji l*r III/iBHED BV KUY THUK8U Salem Printing and C. D. DKNIT W. W. McCLlTN'U. Bl Subscriptic One \W Nino Mouths ...... Six Monthn ...... Throe Months ...;.. PHONE THURSDAY, FEB IS A WAR CLOUD RISINC t A Washington special to the daily mvnoa n<>of/>* /!.>?r /tAtifutnail f Y\ i u of ui'f. |/ICOO jrowiurtj tuniaiuvu WHIP QV?I Vling announcement: "Rumor* of w*r are as thick at the ^ Capitol to day as though the kuur were already roaring. A member of the Insular AffairsCouiiuittee express d the opinion that the United Btates and Japan end China, on the other eide, would beat war before the 4th of next July. He deolared that is was a well known fact that Japan was behind China In the boycott airuii.st ' American goods, and that Japan , would be behind the expected to ( come in a short tiiue.1' But there is hardly occasion for surprisu in the matter when it is known that the trouble, if it comes, will grow out of I'h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 February 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. anWuncemTnt I desire to say to the publlo that I Will continue the eye practice of the late Dr. R. L. Meore, and Dro. Moore A Woodward. As Ib known to those who have called, I have practically performed ail the service for the past six mouths. I have a l the records of all tho past services, and can duplicate any prescription ou the books, and make any repairs wauted. I promise the very best service. ft *a in ? ur.K.w.wooawara EYE SPECIALIST Successor to DR8. MOORE & WOODWARD, 112 W. Campbell Avauuv. HOURS: W a. 111. to 4:80 p. m. Special Hours by AppolMtment GROCERIES Fruits and Confectioneries Are pl'ed 110 in our store at ROCK BOTTOM prices. Han fa CI * us hits made his headquart-rs at. curato^e this year. Our stock i?of the best. Ilia h..iik'<ii iifTordM. w.. therefore, solioit the patrnnhk? ??l all our friends from the town and country. JiiHt received lirga shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at. 15c., 20c., 25c., 50c., 85c , 40c.,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 February 1906

I 6 THAT NEGRO HAS~ I GOOD SENSE: A press dispatch from Mobile, Alabama, says: "The negroes had just as well' iret ready to leave America if I they expect to have their politi-. cal rights. This in uot the ne-| gro's country, and if he would! be auythiug he will have to go! to his native land." The Kev. William H. Heard, of Atlanta, ex-minister to Liberia, made the foregoing declaration today to the Nort h Alabama conference of tho African M. E. church, "I believe all that Bishop' Turner has said about the manhood rights of our p *ople," he said, "and 1 think w? should just pack up and leave. Let us not stay where we are now, and where it is as plain as the nose on your f tee that wo are not wanted. Africa is rich and with industry a negro can make if more so. Wo are living in a country whore wo ar?- hanged without trial, hunted at the stake, and yet. wo urn not p"r^. mitted to op *n our mouths." The ltuv. Mr. lLard has hit! the Dull'* eye right in mih (vnrnr. The iipjjpo?? are not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 February 1906

ROAD IMPROVEMENT The Proposed System Is Simple In Operation and Moderate As to Expense. The proposition for the permanent improvement of the roads of the State received an additional impetus when the State Committee after a lengthy discussion reported a measure combining the principal features of the bills offered by Senators Laesiter and Lynn in the Senate, and that of Delegate Withers in the House said the Kicnmonu journal a few day* ago. The system proposed is simple in operation, and very moderate as to expenditure. It is built up entirely around the principle of State aid, furnishing at once assistance and encouragement to counties and towns, and intelligent and expert direction of the monoy they spend on the road. At the same time it giv.es employment to jail and penitentiary convicts who, at the present time, are an element of heavy cost to the State. Along this line the committee in framing the roads bill as reported adopted the salient features of the bill offered by Senato...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 February 1906

r ?. "" I .JOHNNY DISGUSTED. Wp'v |{(it a baby i?t. our house, He come on New Y-ar'e d>y. He's toothles.er tbau icrnud|h hu' Hinhair'* *h woru away. Tit* fn'kn rail it their "Sweetie L.uib" Au'other s.ch f?> ?l ti?uiei. Siusetliu kid come 'bout all I hear I*, "D >u'f. wake baby, J uies." One titue 1 *r>?t, ? little pup 'Au hruit? it bout* with me. Teas jiet a common cur, but still 'Tw?? cu'e ?n it cud be. My mother au' uiy sis era took Au' scut the pup away. i'hey ? ml 'twa^neali * oiihatic, yet They M the b?by stay. Th V nupcud w ?lk hu' jutupan* bai k, "1*wan tu'jrhty quick to learu; (Oar b iiv haho't 110 neu-e, Tliat kul hiu't worth a. ilern Nj*. mom au' all ' lie resr t!?# ? folks Kin prats* the blamed thing up, if , Hut, ou the dead, 'tween you and me, I'd rather have a pup. THE AVERAGE JURY. < Ah a Uulr Its Vrnlict Is About ltlght In Doing Justice. The average jury will sit for an hour or so listening attentively to the ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 February 1906

. 4 Salem ?ime??Register -HflHV J (Sonsolibaieb lEiovcmbev 1903 ? vV i'SflHHR. III i|> VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 190fi! >? FOULLY MURDERED.A< PJ Aged Itoanoke Citizen Victim of Cruel AhsushIii, ami No Clue To Criminal. in Ex-sergeant John B, Tr?ynham,of ^ Roanoke city, was foully murdered in bis bedroom in that city Sunday an night, his slayer crushing his skull and almost severing the head with an ax, which he carried away. The body was found Monday ly- ^ ing across the bed in a pool of blood. Wl Traynham was not known to have *ft an enemy. The tragedy is so far a mystery, the police having no clue. It is believed he got out of bed J110 during the night to auswer a knock J* at his door, and as the assassin en- * tereu the room he dealt Traynham a * blow on the head, crushing his skull. to The body fell across the bed. Sev eral more blows were dealt, one cutting the throat and auother splitting u." the chin and going through ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 February 1906

2 SCHOOL CHILDREN UNDERFED.'; 3,000,000 Sal?l To Be ItiHiifltcl- < eully Nourished. < New York, Feb. Ill ?When Robert i Hunter, a settlement worker. niHile I the declaration a year a^o that at |' least (10,000 children iu New York el y , Ko to school every ilny too hungry to I do well the work required of theiu he ' "?? much orhlc'sed. J Since then .John Sparifo. an invest!Kutor of experience alou? these lines iu this oouutrv, as well as in Europe, has b-en making observations. He coiues to tli- conclusion that the ' ures ifiven by Mr. Hunter are "mo-t coii^et v .ti ve " lie declares that- there are more tli ?u 3,000,000 chlidr?n hi the public schools of the Uuited States who ere bad'y underfed and suffering physic <?uj r%uuiu -II nnjr IU ?uun,ljuei C?, Hundred* of reboot children, according to bit report, have to shift for themselves when both tlieir parent* woik. They are given a few cents to buy their own luuches. with the result that very uiany o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 February 1906

N O TJ_C E. To W. H. Cook. 8'<*? k Cook, and to ull , whom It may aoncarn: Yoo ar? hereby notified that tha undersigned, that Tidewater Railway Company, will, on tba 2nd day of tba April tarm. 1906, of the circuit court for tha county of ^toan oka. Virginia, being tba third day of April, 1906, apply to aaid court for tba app >lnt, mailt of cominiwioner* to attcertain what will be a just compensation for tba fea-sira pia interest or ?miu in strip oi lind or which W. H. Cook is the tenant of the freem bold, and wbiob is proposed to be condemn- . ed for the uses or said company, and to , award the damages, if any, resulting to the adjacent or otber property of the owner or the property of any otber persons, beyond ' the peculiar benefit* that will aocrue to suob . properties, respectively, from the construe- ! tion and opeiation of the works of said com- , paov. Haiti strip or parcel of land above referred . to is located in the county of Roanoke, Va? contains 13 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 February 1906

r 4 ^alcrn limes:-JUgi PUBLISHED KVKKY THUUSD Salem Printing and ] C. D. DSN IT, W. W. MoCLUNO. IU Subseriptic Due Year .... . Nine Mouths ...... Six Mouths Three Months PHO N E THURSDAY, FEB AN EXPLANATION. 1 The Tidewater Railway Co. '( has drawn pretty heavily on our j1 SDace today for its notices of i ( condemnation proceeding?, the < result being that much of our ] editorial aud news matter had to be cut out, since the demand came at a time when this could not be avoided. Our friends will, we are sure, pardon the omission of several of the departments that usually appear, and this wilt also explain the absence of a number of items that had to be left over for lack of space. SHOULD RE ADOPTED. There is now pending before the legislature a measure that it seems to us should be adopted without trouble. It is a bill to establish at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute a bureau, to be known as a State geoloical and economic survey, which shall be under the direction of a co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 February 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL DO secure the biggest crops of co^n, fertilizers must be used liberally. Apply at least 50a pounds to the acre?with 3 Yi per cent, nitrogen, 8 per cent, available phosphoric acid,and 9 percent. Potash. Potash is a most important factor in corn culture. Our practical books for farmers are yours for the asking?no cost or obliga tion of any sort, and a vast fund of invaluable information in them. Add rest, GERMAN KALI WORKS. N?w V?rk-VJ Nassau Street, or Atlanta. Oa.-22Jj So. Broad Street. ANNOUNCEMENT I tie-ire to nay to the public that I will continue the eye practice of the l&te Dr. it. L. Meore, ami Urn. Moore & Woodward. As Is knoA-u to those who have called, I have practically performed all the service for tl?e past six months. I have a I she records of all the p ?st services,and can duplicate any prescript ion on the trooks, ?n<t make any repairs wati'ed. I proiuisthe very b^st service. Dr. R.W.Woodward EYE 8PEOIA LI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 February 1906

WOMAN'S WARS. 'in tier woman's heart wa? u poem, A Kr?m] ami tender song, A word of tiope for tlie wearv, A Hteru rebuke ?o the wroug; It often pleaded for utterance. For voice to reach the world. To he rained where .ill might heed it, A baunerif love unfurled! Hut ?he uever fouud the tnouient. . Wit.lt days no fu'l of care. To brea?he out the burning heart words Of her poeiu nestling there. There were always household duties, Dull rounds for every day, Aud pint before her step by step, Souie task utjlluiahed lay. U ..I.O.I-.... .... .. .. .< V.I. u--,l I.-. m.m c i \;iiiiuicu ^rrn U|? nun ?ir poru uci ( Aud honored her caiutfd name; She ban guided ilieir cbildieh footBut (die hail allseed the road to fame. Fr<)tii the many snare* and pitfalle Along their youthful way Her watchful eye had saved them; Not one h-.d waudered estray. The good anget wrote down I er life worn? A pure aud ehiuitig pure. Mure sweet than dreams o' a poet, More graud than aeer or sage; S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 February 1906

ONLiY WAITING. Ouly waiting till the shadow* Are a little longer grown; Only waiting till the glimmer Of the day's last beam is flown; Till the night of earth I* faded From the heartouoe full of day. Till the star* of heaven are breaking Through the twilight soft and gray. Only waiting till the reapers ' Have the lest sheaf gathered home; For the summer-time Is faded. And the autumn winds have come, Quickly, reapers; gather quiokly. The last ripen hours of ou> heart. From the bloom of life is withered, And I ba?ten to depart. Only waiting till the angels Open wide the mystle gate. At whose feet I long have lingered, Weary, poor, and desolate Etcd now I hear the footsteps Aud their voices far away; If they call me, I am waiting. Only waiting to obey. Only waiting till the shadows *4 Are a little longer grown; Only waiMng till the glimmer Of the day's last beam is flown. Then, from oat the gathered darkness, Holy, deathless stars shall rise. By whose light my soul will glad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 February 1906

I ! -? I 1$ . TI HOME, AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS i ANT EVENING REVERIES \ Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle at Cveniug Tide. THK BOY WHO WORKS. Do you feel, youug fellow, that you have a hard time? Youhours are long. Your task iK hard and the wages small. The conteuts of your weekly pay ct) volope will scarcely carry you over the week. Sometimes you must wear patched trousers or a frnv?il mat. Your flmnloverex pects a great deal from you Others fellow dress well and always have money. They have coddling fathers ami mothers while you toil six days a week to make a living. Never mind, young man. You are ahead of the boy, who has every luxury ut home. You are getting experience that he mu*-t get somehow later on. Because, sooner or later ne must ti<ht the real battle of life himself. And you have the advantage. While life has been made easy for him, lie lacks drill and disipline which every life-?oldi?r m u s t go through. You are prepari...

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