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

;"*5Jr ^ '?Jt ?ttlm (TitVtoS Register ?onsolibateb ^ ^ ? "Sllouember 16, 1003 VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, TH|$EtSDAY, MARCH I, 1906. NUMBER 40 ^ EX WIFE DANCED AS AaUod Her (daughter to Play the Piano and us Sli? Old Waltzed About the Room for .1 <?y. To the tt^de <K a merry wall? play-. ' ' f " for joy jestertl?y to celebrate his hanging. The high priestess at this weird celebration is Mrs. Carolina Streicher, of Thirtieth and Stiles streets. She is one of the wives of the modern Bluebeard, who escaped with her life. Hoch deserted her ufter she believes he made an ineffective attempt to poison her. Mrs. Streicher was intensely wrought UD over the case and she believes that by a sort of mental tel egraphy she knew the exact moment, the drop fell. "Some time after 1 o'clock something like a great blur came before my eyes and everything in the room seemed daik to me for a little while. I believe that he was dying at that moment," said Mrs. Streicher. "I called to...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 March 1906

2 FINDING OF A LOST TRIBE. I At the uorth end of Hudsou j Bay it* an island about the sixei of the State of Maine, which in [ called Southampton Island, on < which has been discovered a | lost tribe of Esquimaux, which 1 has been without anv inter- : course with human beings for centuries and until a few years I ogo had never seen a white 1 man. Appa eutly these peop'ej have dwelt here since before the' time of Columbus They are( still in the stouo ago, knowing! no metals. They grow uo plants! ??.i i ?- ?:-?I ?uu vuru liuuwo ?H" UUIIb UI the skulls *?f whales. Their huts are built by putting together the great jaws of whale and covering thetn over with skius. Iu the middle of this dwelling is the familiar elevated place on which stands the lamp. With this they cook, light their dwelling, provide warmth, melt snow and dry their clothes. The whale is their chief means of subsistence. They use the bones in a variety of ways, even making their cups au*l buckets of it, by bond...

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

N OT ICE. To W. B. '*ook, 8ne R. Cook, and lo all whom it may conoern: You are hereby notified that the nnderlicaoi, thet Tidewater Railway Company, wii", on the 2nd day of the April term, 1900, of the circuit court for the county of Roanoke. Virginia, being the third day of April, r.tffti, apply to aaid court for the appointment or commissioners to ascertaiu what will be a just compensation for the fee-simple interest or estate in a strip of land of * which W. H. Cook is the tenant of the freebold, and which la proposed to be condemned for the uses or said company, and to award the damages. If any, resulting to the adjacent or other property of the owner or the property of any other persona, beyond the peculiar benefits that will accrue to auch properties, respectively, from the construction and opetation of the works of (aid compnv. Said strip or parcel of land above referred to is located In the county of Roanoke. Vs.. contains 13 09 acres,more or lea*, and is more fully and accu...

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

4 JMem $tmes-?Ug PUBLISH KD EVRKY THUK81 Salem Printing and C. D. DKNI' W. W. McCLUNU. II Subscripti One Year .... . Nine Mouth* Hi x Month* ...... Three Mouth* PHONE THURSDAY, M FOR AID OF OLD CONFEDS, Senator Catnm Patteson, the veteran member from Buckingham, has offered a bill for the benefit of Confederate veterans who are dependent Ik.. UU IUC OUIlt* 1UI OU|ipvi U The bill imposes a stamp act of one cent on all checks drawn in this Statefor amounts of $50 and over, the entire proceeds from which source to go to the support of Confederate pensioners who shall have reached the age of 05 years. "The bill will be operative for a term of five years," said the senator. "In that time I believe that a fund sufficiently large to provide for tht, veterans will have been provided to car# for t!"*m as long as they live. This tax will be insignificant and will work no hardship on any one. It is hot fair that this support should he extended, and I believe that the business men of the State ...

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

r , ; _ TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. ANNOUNCEMENT 1 desire to nay to the public that I will coutiuue the eye practice of the late Dr. H. JL. Me^re, and Drw. Moore & Woodward. Ah la knowu to those w'ho have called, I have practically performed all the service for the past nil mouths. I have a'l ihe records of all the pant servioea.aud can duplicate uuy prescription on the books, and tuake any repairs wanted. I promise the very best service. Dr. R. W. Woodward EYE SPECIALIST Successor to vkuu MMnur c, \i7i \mi\U7 a un ! U1V/V/IV 1'J W ?? V7W1/ W AUI/f 112 W. Campbell Avenue. HOURS: 0 a. ui. to 4:30 p. in. Special Hours by Appointment GROCERIES Fruits and Confectioneries Are ptlpd up In nnr store at HOCK BOTTOM prices. Hhii'm Cl-Ois has uihiI*- his headquarters at uurstoe this ye?r. Our stock is of the best, the season affords. We. therefore, solicit t'?? patrouajre of all our friends fioiu tile town and country. lost received larga shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at, 15c., ...

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

I t> SHE WAS RIGHT. j I told my love with many eighB that she was sweet aud sweeter; That nil the world held not a prize 1 that I should deeui completer. I vowed upon my bended kuees she fairer was thau others. Including all the dainty belles, aud also all their mothers, i swore by Cupid and his bow that iu the wide creation 8be, she alon?, w-?s heaven-scut to prove my lire's salvatlou. I told her divers things like these,till you might deeiu tue daily. Hut she?she merely smiled aud said: "1 think you give me tafTy." That I wkh shocked 1 here admit; it n?puied a cataclysm To drop me from my height of love to such a black abysm. 1 groped iu anguish for a time and suffered tuost extremely. But dwelling on that eorrow now, I judge, were s? rcely seemlv. For Time aud I have coo'ed siuce then; our second wind we're getting; My broken heart is scared aud healed, old Time the deed al>?ttbi?. And though her couduct wan quite rude. and also no', po'ite, sir, I guess I'd...

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

W. G. T. U. COLUMN OrFIVRBMHtLKN W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmali llobbs Day. Floo-Presldenta.? Mr*. K. 8. Campbell. Mrs. R. H Moore, Mis. J. T. l'enn. Mrs. F. II Martin. Kccordlug Secretary,?Miss Mary Strlokland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Dillard. , Nnprrlnlra^rau of Depart men la. Krangellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenchaln. Florence Crittenton Home.? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.- Mrs. W. U. Whltescarver. Press 8u|>crliitendent.?Mrs. F. II. Martin. [Tub Tines-Reuistkk and Uentinel, at ibeir request. bus placed a column at the disposal of tbe earnest and faithful women of the W. (1 T. Union wbo will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all msti?l therein It promises to be an interesting feature of the paDer, and we oominend a careful perusal of tbe department.?Kds.J Our Supper a Sucoeos. The supper held on Thursday night, the 22nd, was in every sense a success. Natu...

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

I ~ J> THE? AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEASy ANT EVENING REVERIES A Column OfilicnttMl to Tired Motltcri ?s They .loin the ll??iue Circle ut l-Hening Tide. i K>'?>rv 1?hh a ritght to nj UHppV CMUliiKIOH. ( HI' lecoi- i lection of a sunny childhood is i sin auspicious inheritance and ; si splendid pr?*r? srtti i?m for the ; strain ;in>t burden of i?f?. In China the first. four or five i voars of a girl's life are a con- i tin ail ?i?otiy. Ail the children i in India are l>??rn old. Go nm? iqj i t!i**-'jhns'-Ttf "i masses in ativ of i our ursti' cities and you witl i lin'i childhood bur run ami deso* l**e hayood description. To have this jay erushad out of u little life i? .1 sorrowful tragedy that. will ?!( of ??vr .tii iv. firnre. 1 Gray skies wi?l often w*ep tibove them in the after years; I 8" i To It.T It 41., J-o J it in I t.hes-> early yr-ar.s mm unclouded, ii-d hem h<ive rfieir childhood. i &amp...

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

ft ~ ~ ^ * J " > 9f ' Ui Pwv*?PfcfflpTTr^ A^,^V ^'*5 > ' . V . ?'. % \ ^ -Htn?- JN- _ ' ?on#oiibateb 1^ ^Ttopcmbcr 16, 1903 o VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1906. NUMBER 42 ' DANGER, SAYS MR. STRAIGHT TALI Chicago and Now York Kxamplo* Cited?Hooker T. WhhIiiogton DriioiinrtMl Am Hypo crtte. ISEES SOCIAL AMALGAMATION Thomas Dixou, Jr., author of the widely read novels, "The Leopard's Spots" and "The Clansman," arrived 9 in Baltimore yesterday afternoon to fj be present at the first performance I. in this city of his much discussed drama, "i'lie Clansman," based on the book, at the Academy of Music tonight. At the Belvedere Mr. Dixon spoke in eloquent terms of Southern women aud their ideals, expressed his amazement at the enthusiastic reception accorded hia play in the North, talked of the dramu aud dramatists and paid liis respects to Robert C. Ogden, ?rVir?m lm aavs L? nnsinrr as an "edii catorof u benighted Southland," and to Booker T. Washin...

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

2 llis liiiNt Bequest. Tat was in the habit of going home drunk every nigbt and beating his wife Biddy?uot because ho disliked her, but becttueo he thought it was the thiug to do. Finally Biddy lost patience and appealed to the priest. The priest called that evening, and Pat came home drunk, us usual. "Pat," said the priest, "you're drunk, and I'm going to make VOU BtOD this itvhf. here. 11 von ever getdrunk again I'll turn you into a rat?do you mind that? If 1 don't nee you I'll know about it just the name, and into a rat you go. Now you mind that." Pat was very docile that night, but the next evening he came home even worse drunk than ever, kicked in the door, and Biddy dodged behind the table to defend herself. Don't be afraid, darlint," says Pat, as he steadied himself before dropping into a chair, "I'm not going to bate ye. 1 won't lay the weight of my finger on ye. I want ye to be kind to me tonight, darlint, atnl to remember the days when we was sweethearts and when ye loved ...

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

>* N OTIC E. To W. H. f'ook, Sue K. Cook, sod to all , whom it rnsy coocsro: You ars hersby notihed that tbs undervgned, tbst Tidewater Railway Company, wiioo tbs -nil day or tbs April term. 1900, of the circuit court "for tbs county of Roauoks. Vlraiuia, being the third day of April, 1900. apply to saiu court for the appointment of commissioners to ascertalu what will be a just compensation for the fee-simple interest or estate in a strip of land of which W. H. Cook is tbs tenant of the freehold. and which is proposed to be condemn- , ed for the uses of said company, and to , award the damages, if any, reeultiuir to tbe i adjacent or otber property of the owner or i the property of hot other persons, beyond tbs peculiar beneiiis that will accrue to such . pr -pertiea. respectively, front the construe- ! lion and opei ation of tbe works of raid com- , pa?.v. , Said strip or parcel of land above referred | to is located iu the county of Koauoke, Va.. , coritains 13 Oh acre...

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

4 ^alcm ?ime0-gU(! PUBLISHED BVEKY THUKS Salem Printing and C. D. DKNl W. W. McCLUNO. Subseripti Out* Year , Nine Mouths ..... Bin Mouth* ...... Three Mouth* . . . ; . PHON E THURSDAY, M The recent scandals concerning I the management of the great life insurance companies have killed several men, and Chauncey Depew is reported as being a probable vietim now. Well, scandal, like death, loves a shining mark. " ' . . . A young man named Phillippi killed himself last Sunday at his hninu npiir ltiirnl Hetreat because ' his girl" went to church with another fellow. Poor fellow! he can never know now how much fun he missed by not staying lure and trying to cut some other fellow out. A threatened coal 6trike, of gigantic proportions, is the prospect that now confronts the country. We do not know anything of the differences between the mine owners and the operators, but f?od help the consumers, for we are among those that must suffer from that direction. ? The recent legislature seemed to ha...

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

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. Acer's One dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral at bedtime prevents night coughs of children. No croup. No bronchitis. A Uherry Pectoral doctor's medicine for all affections of the throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs. Sold for over 60 years. " I haro Aynr's I'lmrry l'ectnral In nir family for eight yi-nri. Tlierels nothing equal | to It for cough* and cold*, eipecially for children."? Mhk. W. U. If HTM Bit* Slioibjr, Ala. 2Rc.,60c., 51.00. J.O. ATIRCO., | MBI**iM*?aMMHMM tor eii?55&??i?iii Night Coughs Keep the bowels open with one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime, lust one. GROCERIES, I Fruils ami Confectioneries Arc piled up in our more at HOCK BOTTOM price*. SitnlH ClrtllH llHH Hindu ll in headquarter* at ourrtn e thi* year. Onr stock ieof the hear, the season affords. We, therefore, solicit ti>e patronage ot all our friends f/otn the town aud country. .Just received large shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at tGc., 20c., 25o.,30o.,8.p&g...

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

0 ? 1 li? Country Doctor. Vf! 'ie had *ius to xtinaer f?.r. ? M tliiit no ion mo-e; Hi- * metiui nirai.k tfI he wtr drunk, W> cii he ?H<Hii^r)?iwi)'#. A'"l ye*, iiinr* ?v tup*tho ie l'e*rt Thau hin 1 nev -r kn-w. He ?? a* h fri- ml <* liotu y >u e mid trial For tt? wih ev-i trim. The poor ?-f hl? whole tieighh >rhoi*l l)i<| love liitu, one ~n.il h|i. He wa? >? tl ( or. ami lii? ki I W..J evi-r it their ? II. . A l> .'ieut wi?l? 1,0 tiauk -ecouut I < hiiu w t* ?? kitnjo, Jl n't I hi tj.io.t . h Mity^ulieuk With Hock-feller'* iiitiie. Nay more, when u-edy o?.es w? re rick F'oiu wjtuf. ? !' uoiiritdiiueti*, A?i>) medicine itnitM "h> noitmul, Fought food aud had it aeut. Through Miuiiuer'a heat aud wioter'w cold, F<?r iuore tlitti tiiir y year*, 1'," till to. 1 .I..VUII ?> J .1- - - ? 1 u, f uav n\iu ll u'lll M e w -nt .?(, o M? of tii?-tr*. V He...

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

W. C. T. U. COLUMN i OrriCtRHH?LltM W.C.T. V. Presldont.?Mrs. Mi man Hobba Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell, Mr*. K. II Moore, Mr*. J. T. Penn, Mr*. F. H Martin. Recording: Secretary.?Ml** Mary Strickland. ' Corresponding Secretary. ? Mr*. Mary C. , ' Ferguson. ( Treasurer.?Mr*. W. B. Dlllard. Tar?*~*?"*?*~ of Dtyarlmenl*. Bvan*elltim and Almsliouse.?Mrs. C. K. , Obenchatn. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mr*. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contexts.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mr*. W. B. Whltescarver. Press 8ui?erlntondent.?Mrs. F. R. Martin. i (The Timrs-Rkoistir and Skntinei., at i their request ba* placed a column at the | ? *? aaPMflut faithful rrrr%rr\m?\ of th? W. (1. T. Union who will have entire 1 charge of it, and be responsible for all mat- < ter therein It promises to be an interesting i feature of the paper, and we oommend a > careful perusal of the department.?Bus. | | W. C. T. U. ] The regular meeting of Salem ' Union was unusually well attend...

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

s THE HOME, AND if: SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES Column l>i'(lic?te?| to Tired Motlierii as Tliey .loin the Home Circle at KveuiUK Tide. The appeal for volunteorp in the great battle of life, in exterminating ignorance and planting high on an everlasting foundation the banner of intelligence and right, is directed to every member of this department vrould you but grant it uudieuce. I .ot nn nlmwi Mirain darken vour ??- c . npinr, or WHi^ht of HM<iiie8(* oppress your heart. Arouse ambitious smouldering fires. The laurel may e'en now be wreath ed destined to grace thy brow. Hurst the trammels that impede thy progress and oliug to hope. Tfte world frowned darkly upon all who have ever yet won fame's wreath, but ou they toiled. Place high thy standard, aud with a firm tread and fearless eye press steadily onward. Persevere aud thou wilt surely reach it. Are there those who have watched unrewarded, t ?rongh loug sorrowful yeurs, for the dawuiug of ...

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

f , cut %iwt& * I | ^ 1, ?cmsolibateb Sc ttl ittd 'UPLo&embev 10, J903 ^ 9 ? ?____ __ I VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1906. NUMBER 4.'< A JUSTIFIED ROAST V%rV Speaker Cannon Told to Hid Face Some Very Plain Truths During the session of Congress a few days ago Representative Shackle ford, of Missouri, told Mr. Speaker Cannon some things that were not W&fe pleasant to hear, perhaps, but were . jV undeniable facts, all the saute. " Mr. Shackleford's remarks were prompted by the consideration of a V bijl permitting the leasing of 5,000 /' acres of arid land in Laplata county, Colo., to a rubber company for the purpose of cultivating rubber plaut. Mr. Brooks (Col.) expluined there was evidence of a rubber famine in the country. The land in questiou, he said, was unfit for agricultural purposes and had no mineral value. Mr. Gaines (Tenn.) proposed an t amendment to prevent tne ruouer trust1' from getting control of the r ent...

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

j 2 SOLILOQUY OF A BABY. I'm h little baby boy, ' Only came one month ago, To this world of doubtful joy. Filled with strange things I don't know; Hut I think I'll stay awhile. Nothiug seems no very bad. Every one gives tue a siuile. And they say 1 look like Dad. Daddy's eyes are very blue. Mine are just as blue 'tis said; Daddy's hairs are very few On the front part of his head? So are mine, as scarce as can he? Hut for that, of course I'm glad. What's the use oi hair on tue If I'm going to look like Dad? fer Mother wauted me with curls. Hut that wasu't in the plan, Curls are only made for girls. And I want to be a man? Just like Daddy?big and strong. So from him 1 pattern took, Fast I'll grow?it won't take loDg, Siuce like Daddy now 1 look. Piuk and white is Daddy's skin. Mine is pinker, whiter, too. And the dimples in hie ohtn, Well, I've not one right in view; Then, like him, I'm always good. Never cross ?ad never bad, Sleep and smile as babies should, Just because I'm so like D...

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

t f Wc* tTm / The Millennium Had Come. Ad English lord was traveling through this country with a small party of friends. At a farmhouse the owner invited the party in to supper. The good housewife, while preparing the table, disoovering she was en' tertaining nobility, was nearly overcome with surprise and elation. All seated at the table, scarce ly a moment'H peace did she grant her distinguished guest in her endeavor to serve and please him. It was "My Lord, will you have some of this?"and "My Lord, do try that" "Take a piece of this, my Lord," until the meal was nearly finished. The little four-year-old son of the family, heretofore unnoticed, during a moment of supreme quiet saw his lordship trying to * reach fhe pickle dish, which was just out of his reach, and turning to his mother said: "Say, Ma, God wants a pickle." Torture By Savage*. "Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives, reminds me of the intense suffering I ...

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

4 Jutlcm ?imcs-gcj PUBLISHED EVERY THUKi Salem Printing and C. D. DEN W. W. McCLUNU. Subscript Oue Year .... . Nine Mouths ..... Six Mouths . . . . Three Mouths PHONE THURSDAY, IV i ___ The Panama Canal Commission is charged with having paid forty I one cents a pound for cheese to use in rat traps. It is pretty strong cheese that can produce a story like that. I Mr. Bryan's pessimistic letters from the Orient of late indicate that he has that painful desire known to most travelers, to get back to home cooking. Judge Parker says that the South should take the leadership of th< Democratic party away from the North and West. It certainly could not suffer worse, Judge, by so doing The Philippine Commission proposes to abolish the use of morphine in the Island. American whiskey ought to be good enough dope foi any one who lives under the Hag they doubtless think. Dr. Wilcox, of New York, savi that the public schools are making nervous wreck, of our people. Ho fails to say whet...

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