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

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. Ayer's If your blood is thin and impure, you are miserable all the time. It is pure, rich blood that invigorates, strengthens, refreshes. You certainly know Sarsaoarilta A the medicine that brings good health to the home, the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years. A doctor's medicine. "1 owe my life, without doubt, to Ayer's wii.aparittii. It I, tho most wonderful medltine Iii the worlil for iu?rvou*iii*H*. My cure Is pcriiiAiiitit. ami 1 cannot thank too cnoimli." Mil*. Iikua McWkli,, Newark, N.J. gl 00 A hottto. >T. C. AYKIt i'O., ? ? ??* ? foi* Poor Health Laxatlvo closes of Ayer's Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla. ANNOUNCEMENT I tle?lre to say to the public that. I will continue the eye practice of the late Dr. R. L. Me?re, and Drs. Moore & Woodward. As is known to those wlio have called, I hove practically performed all the service for the past six months. I have a'l the records of all the psst services,anil...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 March 1906

<> DECLARES MEN I TO BE ANGELS. Iiei'turer Think* Tlifin Prlmm-I crs in Tills World. K. V. Millard, who has recently returned from thirty years of investigation in Egypt aud the Holy Land, lectured last week before the Secular League in Wasbiugtou, the trend of his address beiug to prove, through j recent readings of heirogly-j phics, the fact that the teach-1 ings of Scriuture greatly ante- i dated the writing of the Bible; j irian science una the Hible were reconcilable, and that the appar- j ent outrnges of one creature of nature upon another were but an object lesion to men. Mr. Millard Maid that the plans for the redemption of the world | were made before its creation, j He held that men are angel i prisoners here, else Christ could not. tie styled a redeemer; that ?u~o are but the incarnate spirits among the third of the angels who were cast out of heaven, and that ihe earth is bat ihei school of discipline which prepares the wayfarers again to redeem the...

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

-v*T , W. C. T. U. COLUMN rriCBBSH?LRM W.C.T. V. President.?Mn*. Hlmali llobbe Day. VToe-Presidents.?Mr*. P. 8. Campbell, Mm. &. K Moore. Mm. J. T. Penn, Mre. P. II artln. Keoordlng Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs- Mary C. Ferguson. TreaiuPor.-Mra. W. ft. Dlllard. >aperlatca4eau or Departments. BTaagellsm and Almshouse.?Mre. C. K. USeoohaln. Ploreooe Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. P. 8. Campbell. Medal Contest#.?MIm Carrie Wilson. Plower Mission.?Mm. W. U. Whlteecarver. . Press 8u|>erlntondent.?Mrs P. II. Martin. \ IThe Times-Kkoister and Sentinel, at their request, bas placed a column at the disposal of tbe earnest and faithful woman of the W. t). T. Union who will have 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 cartful perusal of the department.?Sue. | WHAT THE W.C.T.U STANDS FOR Members of the W. C. T. U. are very frequently asked...

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

HP? " ' ; i * '? '! , ' 8 _ THE HOME, AND IT SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dctiicatcti to Tiro Mothers as They ?)oln the Home Circle at Kveniuc Title. The long: drawn frowu 011H pulls ineu down. W. _ ? * * Don't you often meet men wlii iuHpire you with a desire to hi them with a ciuh? m * Dou't claim an ignorance o evil, but rise up and over it t purer real ma of thought, ??n< help yourself and humanity l>; ^ thinking and talking of th?* go? < thing* all about us. Beautifu loves, fine friendship, nobl charities. Look for them am you will find them. ^ Tiiere should live in thcdeptj fof every human heart one wai r and sunny apot where nestle th images of early lov,> and it dWPMt remembrances of rhilr1 hood home. The memory o those first impressions mar 4. upon the baby's miml ami h????i will live forever. Oh, how tl -ot ing are days of childhood Dear mothers, wiiyii you per mi yourselves to ho ho "cumbere* ahout mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 March 1906

^alcm <X i m cs - Mtaizltr -a*l2). ^ ?--? ?* Slcnf ittjeX /^^ox>ember I ft, 1903 $ I VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906. isrmif"^^~7T DR. DENNY EOR BISHOP y. Haiti more Methodist t'onTerence Now in SeHsion. The Baltimore Conference Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at Cutnberluud, Md., met yesterday. Bishop A. W. Wilson is presiding. The conference embraces Maryland, District of Columbia, Northern part of Virginia, the Valley of Virginia, and two districts in West Virginia. There are in attendance 200 clergymen and 40 laymen. There will be one retirement to the superannuated list and a number of changes due to the four-year limit of pastorates. ThO?*iJ U'tll uloA Ko flu. olonlinn nf delegates to the general conference of the church, which meets in May in Birmingham, Ala. There will also be considered a n imbir of petitions to be presented to the general conference. Three presiding elders will be retired. Rev. Dr. J. K. Armstrong, presiding el...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 March 1906

2 Biblical Authority For Autlio? \ mobile Speeding. A. R. Shattuck, ex-president ci of the Automobile Club of Ameri- w I ca, has become the horseless E I prophet. Ho will tuake his de- c< k but in that role today at 4:30 N o'clock, at the laying of the cor- Y ner-stone of the new club house, li in Fifty-fourth street west of e I Broadway. lie will not only ft give Biblical authority for the t< eccentricities of the auto on the t public highways, but also prove ^ i its destiny in defying speed laws, f Mr. Shattuck's text is: e "The chariots shall rage in the d streets, thoy shall jostle one t against another in the broad t | ways; they shall seem like tor- a ches, they shall run like the d lightnings,"?Nahum ii, 4. e "Assuming that," says Mr. 1 Shattuck, "wo make as much In progress each decade to come as d each decade passed, who can say c this prophecy will not come true? I "The traffic of the world will c be carried on broad, dustless i highways by the automo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 March 1906

! SOLDIER'S COURAGE i Pathetic Little Storjr of Love and Koiuance in Stirring War Times. A few years back the Richmond Dispatch published that , sweet old song, "Lovtna." In reading it I was in memory, carried back to a dear friend whose fate was sealed by hearing a lady whom he had known for years, sing that song in 1864. while as a soldier bov. he stood bv her side supported by his crutches; I for notwithstanding he was only 16 years old, he had been fearfully wounded by a shot from a Napoleon gun and could not I stand alone. In after years he told me that as she sang that song, they looked into each others eyes and 1 when it ended it seemed as if i their very souls had been combined in one. He was fearless in love and fearless in battle, and jast as soon as he could mount his horse, even before he could walk, he went back to the army upon one of the grandest warhorses that ever led a charge. The animal was very properly named Thunderbolt. Before he left ,4The Queen of my Soul" (a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 March 1906

[ efalcm iimcs-gcg I FUUL1UHBD KVKKY T11UK3 I Salem Printing and I C. D. I1KNI B W. W. McGLUNU. ! I Subscript! I One Year I Mine Months I Six Months I Three Months . . ; . | PHONE THURSDAY, M CARNEGIE'S OFFER TO ROANOKE ' COLLEGE. The friends of Roanoko College will be greatly interested in the announcement made by President Morehead that Andrew Carnegie has offered to give $25,000 to be added to the endowment fund when a like sum has been raised from other sources, and the dobt of $10,000j on the new building has been paid. The object of the proposed new fund of $50,000 is to i add new professorships, now made necessary by increased student attendance. We learn, with pleasure, that every effort will be made to meet the terms of Mr. Carnegie'b offer. This increase in endowment will mean not only the extension of the usefulness of Roanoke Colloge and it* roputation as an institution of learning, but will mean much for the town of Salem itself, now becoming so favorably known as an ed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 March 1906

? ? TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL Ayers For hard colds, bronchitis, asthtfia, and coughs of all kinds, you cannot take anything better than Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Cherry Pectoral. Ask yout own doctor if this is not so. He uses it. He understands why it soothes and heals. " I h>4 a terrible cnu,h lor week,. Then 1 took Aver'* Cli.rrv Perioral and only one bottle roinplelolT cured fne." Mrs. j. It. 1>anvuktu. St. Joseph. Mlcb. ino..M>c..fi.oo. j. c. atiti: po? Coughs, Colds You will hasten recovery by tak' Inp one of Ayor's Pills at bedtime ANNOUNCEMENT I desire to cay to the public that ] will continue the eye praotice of tb? late Dr. R. L. Moore, and Dm. Moor* & Woodward. As is known to thorn who have called, I have practically performed all the service for the pas six months. I have a'l the records o nil t be psst services, and can dupli<-at< any prescription on the hooks, ant make auy repairs wanted. I proiuisi the v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 March 1906

"THIRTEEN CLUB S" | QUEER BANQUET.! I ^ UrueHotno Feast of Students at University of Virginia, <'lnrlottesv||ie, Va., March 20.? i Mtuyof the secret societies ot the! University of Virginia have rituals as ' secret as the mental process of the! periwinkle, but it reuiaiued for the Tfiirteeu Club "U the 13th day of March to hold a banquet whose | ebetiie was euough to make colli | ?biil? run down the back of the bo'd- | est. The Thirteeu Club d lies supersti-i tiou, laughs at the ouieue of ill luck nud has chosen a cenottph in token o' their coutempt for the vanes that -turn in ether to the breath of superstition. On the evening of the 13th the tliir teeii enter-d ?h-ir mess hall niu^le fil-, l>eu?*th a ladder, that ?arh iiii^ht ar>*urh lot* quota of the eyil to befall. At the door every in-tuber drew a piper, numbered up to 13. The tuin drawiug the highest, number was to take upon himself whatever luck, good or had, that should accrue tor the defianc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 March 1906

W. C. T. U. COLUMN rncbbs salitx w. c. t. r. President.?Mrs. Mlmali Ilobbe Day. VlwPraldenU.-lir?. F. 8. ('amphell, Mrs. B. 11 Moore, Mm. J. T. Penn, Mr*. F. H Martin. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Cor responding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. t Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. DIUard. Raperistes4eats of Departments Kv angel ism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Ubeuchaln. Florenoe Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. F. S. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. H. Martin. [The Timm-Reoistbr and Sentinel. at their request. has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. O. T. Union who will have entire charge of it. and be responsible for all matter therein. It promises to be an interesting feature of the paper, and we commend a carefnl perusal of the department.?Eds. J Salem Union bad an enjoyable Meeting last Thursday after noon. The regular routine of | business was very agreeably brok...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 March 1906

AFFAIRS AT CAPITOL jrroai Our (tegular <?orr?sponi1ent. Washinotok, I). C., \ March 26, 1906. ) One of the in oh* interesting events of Mi? wrrk whk the nail of the Labor Delegation tip in President Roosevelt. There were at'out, h hundred aud fltty of theiu in all. presidents, secretaries Hud treasurers of labor organ! xa'iius from all over the country aud they were headed by (louiperr, the great labor leader. The President give them a very positive, straight from the shoulder talk iu which tie to >k issue with them *nd opposed ibV0rn 1 of tlu>ir demands. He was particularly siupha'ic Hud even derisive with refereuce to their demand t hat tlie ei^bt hour labor rul? should toe applied to the I ?r limns of P-mains. H? told ?heiu that there were prac'icaiiy to American laborers there (?i d that the West Indian ue^roea employed iu diguing tha cau*I would u<t work much more than half of their -time when they pretended to ?<&g...

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

I **""v'vIJI" 11" . ?onsolibaleb '39To?emWt 10, 1903 & I . ... ..... . ' i ' . _ ' ''' '"'. jj VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1906. NUMBER4-T . ' ' JgUB==. ===== AFFAIRS AT CAPITAL Krom Our Regular Corr*spor?itent. Washington, D. C., \ April 3, 1906. J ) Never in the history of the United States Senate has senatorial dignity been so assailed as during the past year. The theory that the Senate was created at the conservative balance of the legislative department of our government and was above and beyond the criticism or disapproval of the people has been rudely shaken of late. Journalists following the lead of courts and editorial writers are filling the magazines with attacks individual aud collective against the integrity and honor of the Senate.? Since the beginning of the scaudal in which Senators Mitchell and 11 irton of Oregon aud Kansas were involved the "Treason of the Senate" hoc Iu'imi Him t homo fnr rtiunr<i71nnn throughout the connt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 April 1906

2 MARRIED ~~f THEMSELVES. b Valley Couple DiNpensc With j Miuititer, Hut Conform to t Law. ^ A wedding that was both * unique and unusual was solemnized recently at "High Banks," c the handsome home of Mr. B. ? F. Clevenger, near, Stevenson, Frederick county, Vu., the con- * tracting parties being his ' charming daughter. Miss Hattie j vjievenger ana Mr. wm. ?. Huyette. Invitations for tbe 1 event were sent out more than a month ago, and many guests from Frederick, Berkely, Clarke and adjoining counties were present. The parlors at "High Banks," which were the scene of the ceremony, were beautifully decorated with flowers and potted plants and festooned with smilax, and a charming picture ! was presented. The wedding ceremony was ' solemnized aceording to the rites of the Society of Friends, of which both the bride and , groom are members. Without the service of a minister, the 1 bride and groom spoke the vows that made them man and wife, ' the assembled guests acting as witnesses t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 April 1906

I W. G. T. U. COLUMN rnCBMIKLRI W. C. T. V. Prwrideat.-Mrs. Mtmah Hobbs Day. k*- Presidents.?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell, Mr*. H. R Moore, Mr*. J. T. Penn, Mr*. F. H Martin. Keoordlng Secretary.?MIm Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. , Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. DiUard. NapcrlaWeSsnts of D?y?rtnrnl*. angellsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. ubeaehaln. Flereoos Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flewer Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarrer, Press Superintendent.?Mrs F. !I. Martin. [Tni Tmnt-Kaoisrrsa ahd Histimil. at their request. bas placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. il T. Union wbo will hare entire charge of it, and be responsible for all matter therein It promisee to be en Interesting feature of the paper, and we eoromend n careful perusal of tbs department.?Ens. J March having been so well supplied with Thursdays as to have fir?, the meeting of Salem i Union will be deferred till next | wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 April 1906

i . (Eimes-glciji PUBMHHRU BVKKV THDK8D Salem Printing and C. D. DKN1T W. W. McCLUNO. Ill Subseriptic Oue Year .... . Nine Months . . . . Hi x Mouths ...... Three Mouths PHONE THURSDAY, A "British Cotton Kings eat Virginia hams," is the heading of an article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch a few days ago. Well, hogs that they are, they know a good thing when they taste it. A Missouri editor says: "Kind I words, a gentle voice, and a little petting will accomplish vastly more than any amount of yelling." Will somebody please communicate this fact to the President and the Congress. They surely ought to have the remedy above prescribed. Former State Senator Jinnee ft. McUuue, of Virginia, author of the famous anti-kisMug trill, in now being sued for divorce. This Ib how it works in real life.?Tluiee-Dhpateh. On tho contrary, neighbor. He kissed for a time, but failed to keep it up, and his young wife, whom ho deserted so soou after marriage, is sure that he is too sorry to appreciate wh...

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

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. Ayer's Your doctor will tell you that thin, paje, weak, nervous children become strong and well by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Small doses, for a few days. Sarsaparilla The change is very prompt and very marked. Ask your doctor why it is. He has our formula and will explain. "When IS ynam nM. for many month* no B one tbouirht I conltl live lireaiurof tltln bloott. But. in b fow work*. Afrt'i Santa pari I la com- I pletely rf?titr.i| mo to health." I Mrs. K. ltt't'KM iMITBK. Vlnclaiitt. N. .1. I 3 .80 a bottle. .1. AYKK CO.. I The Children] Biliousness,constipation prevent recovery. Cure these with Ayor's Pills. ANNOUNCEMENT I de?ire to nay ro the public that I will cootioue the eye practice of the late Dr. U. L. Meore, and Dr?. Moore & Woodward. Ak Ib known to thoae who have called, I have practically performed all the nervine for the past nix months. I have a'l the records of all the pint services, and can duplicate any prescription on tlie ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 April 1906

t> NO SECTS IN HEAVEN. Talking ofsects till late ooe eve, -Of ibe various doctrims the saints believe, Tt at night I stood iu a troubled dream Ity the side of a darkly flowing stream. . Aud a "Churcbuiau" down to the rivei came. w beu 1 heard a strange voice call bis name "Uood father stop, when you crtss this tide You must leave your rotns on the otbei side. But the aged father did uot mind: Aud his long gowu floated out behind. as <iuwu mum M.reaiu out way u? (OOK. H.i* pale bauds clasping a gilt-edged book "I'm bound (or heaven; and when *'u tbeta, HbaU want my Bock of Cornuion Prayer; And, tboug i 1 put on a starry crown, ! should feel i|aiteloet without my giwn." Tben be tixed hi* eyre on tbe shining tru k But bis gown was beary and beld bun ba I Aud tbe poor old father tried in vain A tingle step in tbe (tood t > gain. I aaw him again on tbe otber side, But hit silk g -wti Hosted on tbe tide; And no one asked, iu that blissful spot. Whether he ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 April 1906

SMOKING GAR FOR LADIES. A cablegram announcing tbat a smoking car for ladies had been put on one of the trains running out from London to Liverpool was published in The News a day or two ago. It is hard to believe that this news is seriously sent, and yet the cablegram states that the innovation attests the spread of smoking among Englishwomen | in recent years. The officials of the rennsyivania road and of the New York Central say if the women want smoking cars they can have them. It is noteworthy to observe that the railroad men declare such cars would be on the "trains de luxe," "vestibules" and "trans-continental expresses." "If they were on plain, ordinary trains there would be no demand for f them," says Mr. Sheppard, general superintendent of the Pennsylvania road. There is some satisfaction in contemplating the fact that ladies who ride on "plain, ordinary trains" do not smoke. There are stories told that some of the beauties of American swelldom indulge in cigarettes, but w...

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

8 THE HOME, AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A ('olumu Dedicated to Tired Mothers us They .Join the Home Circle at Evening Tide. Advertising our afflictions ouly 'increases their circulation. Never try to be more than you ate, for sooner or later, counterfeits are detected. The world'8 greatest men grew upward from tho lower classes, while the world's meanest men gre w dowuward from the upper -class. The man ami woman who try to make their home the most interesting spot on earth for each other, and for their friends aud those who are near/and dear 'to thein, have but occasional <use for the club. It is to them, like the theatre, a pleasant plare \ to unter now and then but not a -spot to dwell in. The world is full of women who can amuse the ordinary man. Can sing, dunce or recite for him; can paint, write or decorate in a man nor most pleasing, but the poor man often goes begging for a woman who , can sew on buttons or mend his clothes; who can coo...

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