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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 April 1906

Salem ?imcs?Mcai&let -HI*?- / " ?onsolibaleb ^2IToocmb?r 10, 1003 * VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1906. NUMBER 46 : Ail i ? - PAID DEATH PENALTY CreameaiiH Hanged for Killing Aged <10110 Kldd. Confessed to Five Murders. J. Morris Creaineans was hanged at Pearisburg at 2:50 last Friday afternoon for the murder of John > J?idd, an old man, on the night of T^rll25, 1965. Ore&mesns walked with a firm step to the scaffold, from which he made a brief speech, declaring that the witnesses had sworn falsely against him. He criticised Judge Henson for not continuing his case. About forty people witnessed his execution. Before ascending the gallows he confessed to many crimes, inclndiug five murders and one safe robbery, -and stated that he had been in jail thirty-seven times. Wo instil in tli? Case. About a year ago Creameaus visited the home of John Kidd, presumably to see his daughter. Kidd remonstrated and requested him to lea...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 April 1906

2 FATHKK AGAIN. Father cauie home from hie work and . at down by the tire. He said: "I've got an awful chill; I ' don't think I'd perepire 1 If I eat on a red-hot etove, I feel eome ] kind of sick, Aud vou lied better bring me booze, and bring it uiighty quick." 1 CHORDS. Everybo iy work* but father All the live long day. Feeding him hot toddye-- l All he did was say: ( i4Wieh I hadn't married, You and Sbter Anu Try your beet to kill me, I'm a blamed eiok man." II Mother tn?d* a mustard bath, and ( made it good and hot. When father stuck liis feet in it, he ' yelled like he'd been shot. He said: "Go, get the doctor quick, for i can't stand the pain; i But i can stand the doctor off If he , can stand the rain." CHORU8: hi The doctor took a look at pa and then he looked at ma; He said: "You ought to take a ebair and break this fellow's jaw. He isn't slok a single bit; he's fourflushing for fair." The doctor then left on the run, for father bad a chair. chorus: IV. I And so it was arou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 April 1906

! wXtTTcmn rnCBMRILRI W. C.T. c. President.?Mr*. Mlmah Hobba Day. ice-Presidents.?Mr*. F. 8. Campbell, Mm S. H- Moore. Mm. J. T. Venn. Mrs. F. 11 Martin. Recording Secretary.?Mia# Mary Strickland Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C Ferguson. ' Treasurer.?Mrs. W. n. Dlllard. NapeHaleadMM of Dopariinrnts. Rvangellsni and Almshouse.?Mm. C. B ubeaohaln. Florence CrltCenton Home.? Mm. F. 8 Campbell. Medal Contents.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mm. W. R. Whitescarver. Proas Superintendent.?Mrs F. II. Martin. [Thk TimbvKboistsr and Sentinel. at tbeir request, bas placed a column at th< disposal of tbe earnest and faithful women of the A'. <) T. Union who will have entirt ch?'(s of it, and be responsible for all matter i herein It promises to be an interesting feature of the paper, end we commend careful perusal of the department.?Eds. j THE CHURCH AND THE W.C.T. U BY MRS. CLARA C. CHAPIN. There are in this country, it it authoritatively stated, about 18,000,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 April 1906

r_i JMcm fce$-?k< PUBU8HKD KVBKY THUK Salem Printing and C. D. DKN W. W. McOLUNU. Subscripl One Year Nine Months ..... Six Months % , Three Months , . ; , ? PHON THURSDAY, . With the anti pass regulation rigidly enforced, it looks as though the pending congressional elections would be a lot tamer than usual. With 11,000 emigrants in one day at Ellis Island, it looks as though the stork might take a short, vacatiou this summer without hurting the country. 4 The fact that about one hundred building permits were issued by the city engineer of Salem during tho past few months shows that this town is on a good, safe, hustling move. It would bo a salutary lesson both for tho miners and the operators if the government took possession of the coal mines and suspended the eight hour law when it did so. The indications now aro that. there will be considerable gingor developed in the approaching municipal election before it is over. Candidates for the various positions are showing a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 April 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL Ayers When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong. You are tired all the time, easily discouraged, nervous, and irritable. Your cheeks are Sarsaparilla pale and your blood is thin. vm? uwivi oh y o y v u a I C threatened with a nervous breakdown. He orders this grand old family medicine. For more than .V) years ? have u*e?l Aver*t Snrtmpsrillit In tnjr family. It I* a grnml (oille at all ttine*. hihI a wonderful tnodidne for Impure hlooii. ' l), C. IIolt. West Haven. Conn. ?1 00 n lx?ttle. a*. .1. C. AY BR CO.. for Weak Nerves K??p the bowels regular with Ayer's Pills, Just one pill each night. ANNOUNCEMENT I decire to ?av To the public that 1 will continue I he eye practice of the late Dr. U. J,. Meore, and Drs. Moore & Woodward. Ah Ib kuown to those who have called, I have practically performed all the service for the paBt. six mouths. I have a') the records of all the p*et cervices, and can duplicate any proscription on the books, and ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 April 1906

0 THE BRACELET. : That Paul Holder, the young merchant of Rue Royal, Marseilles, loved Lea de Montague; the beautiful Parisian actress, j' no one could doubt. And that he intended making her his wife was also a certainty. Lea, of course, did not object to this marriage. She could not ! . but appreciate the good qualities that embellished her fiance. Mavbe she did not love him as much as he loved her, but that was no reason why she should not feel happy every ti me Holger would send her a telegram with this announcement: "Am leaving for Paris on the 7:30 express. Will be with you to morrow." Paul Holger was a very busy man, and only seldom could he afford himself the pleasure of taking a trip to Paris. Whenever he did this, however, he carried along a well filled waller, and never returned to Marseilles without leaving in Lea's hands sotne beautiful present, which she, of course, ac cepted. Wasn't she going to be come his wife soon? One day, while taking her customary after dinner st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 April 1906

The South. The population of the South i but five or six millions short o that of all the Republic in 1860 The wealth of all the South ii greater than that of all th< country forty years ago. The South is no longer dependent 01 'one or two simple crops. It ii more and more every year in th< direction of successful farming It is the orchard and the vege table garden of the Eastern and Middle Western States. It ii supplying most of the building timber now in use east of th< Rockv Mountains. It excels it meat raising, and every weel adds to its merits for manufac taring its own abundant raw materials. It invites populatioc and rewards industry.?Louisville Herald. "More haste, less Bpeed," aud "hasten slowly," are proverbs bori of experience that some things can't be harried without loss and waste That is specially true of eating The railway lunch habit, "five min utes for refreshments," is a babil most disastrous to the health. Yot may hurry your eating...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 April 1906

r_ _ I THE HOME AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS { ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tired j Mothers as Tliey .loin the i Home Circle ut Even- I iiiK Title. 4 We Cau Make Home Happy* Though w? may not change the cottage For a tuaunion tall aud grand, y Or exchunge a little grase plat ( F.?r a boundlea? stretch of land? Yet there's eoin'thin* brighter, dphi_ 6r' i nti'i the wh&un w?? u iuuh uuuj- * IUJHUll. 1 Tnougli we have uo means to pi r- ' chase ? Costly pictures, rich aud rare? t Though we have uo ailkeu hangings j For the walls so cold aud bare? W e cau baug them o'er with garlaudr, For II jwers bloom everywhere. Vecin alaays make home cheerful. If the right course we begin; ! We cad make Its inmates happy, ' Aud their truest blessings win; I It will make the small room bright* r > If we let the suushine iu. I Wheu we gather round the fireside t Wheu the eveulng hours are long, { We can bleud our hearts aud voices Iu a happy social song; 8 We ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 April 1906

?itncS?Register (Sonsotibatcb ? ^Sloucnxbcr 10, 1003 ? VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1906. NUMBER 47 HOW WEST VIR f. GINIA LOOKS AT IT I | Virginia vh. West Virginia. || u Before us is a copy of the bill.i filed in the Supreme Court of the United States by the Commonwealth (j of Virginia against the State of ( West Virginia for on ascertainment! j of West Virginia's portion of the ( ante-bellum debt of the old State, j ] The bill sets out the history of the ;, debt, the action of West Virginia in i j regard thereto at the time of her J , admission into the Uuion and prays ; j that commissioners be appointed to t take all necessary accounts with a , view to ascertaining the part thereof , that should he borne by this State.' { The bill charges that the liability j { of West Virginia for a just and 1 ( equitable proportion of this debt', rests upon the following grounds: j First. That thoarea oftheterri-j tory now known as the State of West Virginia formed [about one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 April 1906

I 2 PACK OF CARDS WAS HIS BIBLE. Familiar Talc Which lias Caused World-Wide Comment. At irregular intervals during the past quarter of a century there has appeared iu public prints the story of a soldier who, being caught presumably playing solitaire in church with a pack of cards, was arrested on the charge of desecratiug the Sabbath. The offense was all the more heinous as the alleged crime was committed within a place of worship. The soldier, however, put up such an able defense that the magistrate not only discharged him, but reprimanded the constable who made the arrest. There are one or two minor defects in the soldier's plea,which the magistrate either overlooked or failed to notice, beiug impressed with the eloquence of the soldier. The story here reprinted goes as follows: "What have you to say for yourself?" thundered the magistrate. "Only this, your honor," replied the culprit. "I have been on the march for many weeks. Having no prayer-book, I use, instead, a pack of card...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 April 1906

W.C.T.U. COLUMN ?rra'r.H< w. c. t. v. President.?Mrs. Mtmali llobbe Day. Vice Presidents.?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell, Mr*. K It Moore, Mrs. J. T. Pcnii, Mrs. F. H Martin. ttecordlnir Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. II. Dlllard. NnprrlaleaSsaM or Departments. (tvanK<<ll?m aud Alinsliouse.?Mrs. ,0. B. Obenchaln. Florence Crlttonton Home.? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wtiaon. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. U. Whltescarver. Frees Superintendent.?Mrs F. H. Martin. [Tiib Times-Kboistbk and Kentinbi.. at tbeir request, bas placed a column at tbe disp' sal or the earnest and faithful women of toe vV. O T. II ui ?u wb<? will have entire cha'g-* of It, and be responsible f ?r all mailer therein It pmunsrs to be an iotercs<it>K feature of the paper, and we commend a careful perusal of the de|>artment.?Ens J OF INTEREST TO OUR CFIVFC ANT) ATHFD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 April 1906

PfPWP 4 ^alem PUBLISHKD RVKKY TIHTK8IM Salem Printing and F C. D. DUN IT. W. W. McCLl'NU. lie* Subseriptio One Year ..... Nine Month* Six Mouth* Three Month* PHONE THURSDAY, A! AN OBJECT LESSON. 8 Communities, as well as individuals, should learn that it is f essential to be practical at times, at least, in order to obStain the beet results. Salem k has had occasion recently to <J realize that fact iu a most forcible manner. She had a work 1 g? to do. and it took prompt, decis- ^ ive steps to accomplish it. That g it was successful is due to the systematic, energetic efforts of |, practical citizens, and to the K surprise of dreamers and theor- 1 izers. It is related that during Sherman's march to the sea he & came to a river that must be t bridged before the army could cross. Calling his chief engiueer ho 1 inquired how long it would take ? to throw a bridge over the g stream, such as would stand the j strain of foot, horse and artil- i lery. He was told that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 April 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. Pale, Thin, Nervous ? iii iiimwt Then your blood must be in !u very bad condition. You certainly Know what to take, then take it ? Ayer's SarsaJ parilln. If you doubt, then j consult your doctor. We know < what he will say about this ^ grand old family medicine. ] TM* In flic flnt question jour rtortor would i *?*l. 'are your IrowcU roeiilir?" lie know* n that ?l.lily action of the bouvli Is almoluU-Iy 1 t ?-? ntlul fo rwcovcir. Keen your liver active i i4???t your honi'U lobular by taking laxative fltitwies 0f Ayer'a I'll!*. p?WW IWWIMBttMHMBWBBWMWMMi l? ' jC Mtuls bjJ.O. Ayfr Co., Lowol!, Mnns H Z7 T\ *",v ?n?>m?wvufri wi m I ^ "A'3 VIGOR. I F? H Ji^yC Aat-n cure. | ji 6i. <Uj W # O CI1ERRY 1 1XTCHAL. I if "Wo h?vo no aecrrto! Wo pub'Jnh 8 p tho forottlftj cf r/.! cup mcl clr.m. ^ ? i i 11 i iii ii xsmmaam u'l ANNOUNCEMENT I desire to say to the public that I will continue the eye practice of the late Dr. R. L. Menre, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 April 1906

( > SAS1 JOHNSON'S VIEWS. I've alius uotissed fellers. Hit's n risky tiling to do To kalkalata acoordfu' To bow things looks to you. The ina 11 'at talks the nicest Don't he'p you up the hill, The one 'at prays the loudest Don't alius pay his bill. Houietiuies the bigge?t tislies Bites the smallest kind-, o' baits, And mighty ugly wiinmin Can make the best o' mates. The smartest lookiu' feller May be a rey'lar fool. You're alius kicked the highest By the meekest lookiu' mule. ?Atlanta Constitution. SANITARIUM FOR CONSUMPTIVES At no distant date in the future a State sanitarium for the care of tubercular patients will be established at Ironville, in the couuty of Bedford, and plans are now afoot to get the next Legislature to lend a help? ' ing hand to the institution. The iuitiatory promoters of the scheme have joined hands with the State Board of Health, the Associated Charities ol Richmond and the Nurses' Settlement. and are working hard to attain their ends. The genius...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 April 1906

SAWING WOOD. ' . i Keep Quiet?Keep at Your Work?You'll 'Succeed. The old expression "Say nothing and saw wood" has become , incorporated into an aphorism and "sawing wood" has become equivalent to "minding one's | business?keeping silent?attending closely 10 duty." Have you not noticed that it is the man of few words that generally succeeds the best? Have you not observed the , talkative man who proved to be all talk ? There is an old expression? "Still water runs deep." This is true. Where there are shallows the water ripples and breaks into foam and bubbles, but where the channel is deep , the water flows oo without a sound. So it in with a man. The noisy, talkative man seldom is a J deep man, a thinker. ( On the other hand, the man of , few vvuids, and those words meaning something, is the one who piles up the dollars. Two brothers had exactly op- . posite dispositions in regard to talkativeness. Edward was a J great entertainer. He could sit and spin stories by the hour. ( He ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 April 1906

I THE HOME. AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column l^ilicutcd to Tired j Mothers as They .loin tlie tlomo Circle at Kveiiintr Tide. BAI1Y, (JO TO ItKD. * Aluiont auy luan cau say it, Tan say, "Baby, if > 'o bed;*' B u how uiauy can enforce ll. Wlieu a little toswel heail I Wiu lia.nl it t % unrf of mill** WJL V H In a way wn daldies know, An i half a Rtuile, half fearful, "Pupa, tue ilon't 'nut? to .ioe," A'ld plead*: "Meain't eleepy, papa. Me don't 'aute to doe to bed." And you >ee the curie a-tumb'e On a little baby head; .Au<l you look up at hie mother lo a deprecatiun way. Aud you hide behiud your paper. And you let the baby play, Y"h, most anyone oan eay it, Can eay, "Baby #o to b-d." But bow many can enforce it. When a little toned head 8?ye: "I'm bus?y now a-ptaytup," Whisper* xoft. "D ?u't papa know?" "I'm* ain't eleepy, papa,-' Pleading: "I don't 'aut to doe." If we do what wo may in eatnent, we need not mourn if we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 April 1906

QJIouember 16, 1903 I VOLUME 40. SALEM, VIHGINIA^^IrSDAY, AUBIL 2G, UHHi. NUMBER 4fT EARTHQUAKE RECOR Islands Have Been S\ Whole Nations Wi] South America Gre VERIFICATION Here Are Siuiiiyler's I l'lic dissolution of Itussia. Tito overthrow or Turkey. The assassination of tho Oar of 11 The assassination of the Sult.iti of ' The pre*cntlon of three wars A protracted race-war in the Soutl Destructive sprint; hoods In the Un A dealrlietive rrn|>ttoo of Hoi The activity of Mount Polee and I' Vnlrwnh' eruption* lit all parti Tho eruption of many volcanoes in tJreat loss of life at sea by storms. Destruction of two westorn cities 1 Karl Inpiiiki'N in nil parts el III n<-<lriirtivrriirlh<|iiiih<><i in <_'n Rebellion in Spain. Croat disturbances alt over Mump spaiiKlor says further that the sum thr<>U!thout;the temperate zone, with < That Christ will make his spirit fel S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 April 1906

2 A WOMAN'S WAY. When pa came home the other night be had a happy smile, And said to ina that we would soon be liviu' iu great style, Because a uiiiu had beeu around that day to let him iu, Just as a favor, ou a tniog that couldn't fail to wiu. "He'll let me have the stock," says pa, "at fifty oeuts a share," If I'll subscribe tomorrow, for there's little left to spare. "He'll let us in for lifty cents for every share we buy," Says pa, while ma she didn't seem to hardly bat an eye; "And iu six weeks from now, if we've a mind to let it go, we ii tier leu dollar* Tor each share? that'ci estimated low ? I've oeeu his papers and they're straigh ; there ain't achauce to lose? Bay.what's the trouble with you, ma? You don't seetu to enthuse." "It it's as good as that," says iuu, "I can't quite understand What makes him want to let it go. Of course It would be grand To get the money, but I'd feel as though it wasn't fair To rob him, as we would, if we should take a single share." "Confound ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 April 1906

/ [ tIlsWl| ling story. JLoh Angeles Man Relates experience in Earthquake. DAYS AND NIGHTS OF TERROR. Los Angeles, Cal., April 22.? Most thrilling of all stories yet related of adventures in stricken San Francisco during the days of horror and nights of terror, is that of a party of four, two women and two men, who arrived here yesterday after having spent a night and the greater portion of two days on the hills about Goldeu Gate Park. This party was composed of Mrs. Frances Winter, Miss Bessie Marley, Dr. Freest W. 1 r\i! t? ? c lemiug uuu ^iivor rosey, an prominent people. All were guests at the Palace Tuesday night. They returned with feet swollen and bruised from miles of walking over ragged, broken streets and with flesh seared and blistered from cinder and flaine. X The party was formed in the streets of Sau Francisco Wednesday morning after the second shook had made the Palace Hotel untenable. They were strangers until then. A ICikIc A wakeiiint;. To a reporter Dr. Fleming to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 April 1906

4 ^alcm limes-glcg PUIIL1SHK1) KVKHY T1IUK81 Salem Printing and C. D. DBNi: W. W. MoCLlJNO. II Subscripts One Year Nine Mouths Six Mouths . Ttiree Months PHONI Tho City Council of Roanoke is contemplating, we understand, the taking of steps looking to the annexation of a portion of the Crystal Spring section to the city, if there was any satisfactory reason for the annexation of the territory named to the city, it would be all right; but me Vvrysmi opnug seuuuu in nt.-parated from the city by Roanoke river, and is a territory that properly belongs to the county; the people who live there, we are told, prefer to remain without the city limits, and the Supervisors will doubtless resist, as far as possible, the taking away of this valuable portion of the county's assets. Resides, the city has a great deal of territoiy now that ought to be in the county. The advantages possessed by the modern mau over those enjoyed by tho people half a century ago, are not, wo are inclined to think, as ...

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