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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 May 1906

1 i/S. gpr -j. . jA'/t ??<i(rtn ?imcs fteaisler -H1RH>?onsolibateb f&tt&iutl QSTouember 16, 1903 * *. -/ VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1906. xr A..>.,i> , AFFAIRS AT OUR i Indignation Among Inventor*? A Cane Worthy the Prompt Attention ot* the President? Other Matters of Interest. I ! Front Oar Rrgaiar Correspondent. , washr "] May 29, 1906. / I There is grout iudignatiou among I inventors and those interested in, patents throughout the country at the condition of business in the United States Patent Oflice, and the information given this week by the Commissioner of Patents that he will take a two months'vacation and ! will not permit the Assistant Com- ' j missioner of Patents to hear or decide cases on appeal during his absence, has not allayed the outraged patience of this class. The work in the Patent Oflice is very much behind hand, in some divisions from six to eight months, which tueans that a...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 May 1906

2 W C L U COLUMN om<'i;KHN4Li:!a w. c. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmali llobbe Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. H. S. Campt>eM, Mrs. K. H Moore. Mrs. J. T. Penn, Mrs. F. 11 Martin. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Correspond Inn Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. It. Dillard. Nnperlatcndenta of Departments. Kvanccllstn and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obenehaln. Florence CriMonton Home.? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Currle Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. It. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs F. 11. Martin. JTltK TlMKS-H*?ilST?R anp Hkntinei,, at tbeir request, has placed a column at the disposal of tbe 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 careful perusal of the department.?Ene.j THE CONFESSION. Come, Alcobol, now answer me The questions I shall put to thee: "What Is thy a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 May 1906

r N O TJJJ E . To M1?h Mary Caret, William Tbtirniati J. .. K. Ktcbarda, and to all whom it may concern: Yoti are hereby notified that tbe undersigned. Tbe Catawba Valley Kailway A s Mining Company. a corporation chartered & under the law* of tbe State of Virginia, will u ou the third < ay of tbe June term. 1906 of o the Circuit Court for tbe ounty of Koan- t! oke, Virginia tbe earn* b-iog the fourth ? dayol Jnue. 1906. apply t?the aaid court for J the appoiutment of cotnruisdoners to ascer- a tain woat will be a just compensation for * tbe fee-simple iuterert or estate iu two strips f< or parcels of land of which you. tbe said P Mary Caret, are the owner in fee. and of ^ which you. the said William Tburmau and " J. K. itlcharde are the tenants of tbe free- & hold, and which are proposed to be con- tl detuned for tbe usm of the said company. *' and to award tbe data ages, if any. it suiting * to tbe adjaceut or other property of the tl o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 May 1906

4 Jtalcm limeg-fUgi! PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDA Salem Printing and F C. D. DKNIT. ] W. W. McCLL'NO. IH s Subseriptioj Oue Year Niue Moutlio Six Months ...... Three Months ...... 1?PHONE EETTIXG OX TIIE AGED LIST. b< To-day's issue is No. 1 volume 41 of this paper, which simply means that it is entering upon the 41st year of its existence, P1 .ml iinnuiiniianflv (riit.t.inur Ot*l f.llO ailU V/VUOVVJUWU VIJ gjV/vwi^.p, V.? ?w list of the old?iu years ouly, 113 however, we trust. In devotion to the principles for which it j,, has ever labored; for tho right as we view it; in loyalty to its Qj friends and the community pj which has all the while upheld and sustained it in all its undertakings, the Times-Register n and Sentinel is as young and r( responsive aH it over was. Nen- ^ eesarily it has undergone chan- c ges in its conduct and management, has seen old conditions pa^s away, to give place to the w new in its own make-up as well ? as its environments. Some of those thiugs h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 May 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL When The Hair Falls Then it's time to act! No time to study, to read, to experiment! You want to save your hair, and save it quickly, too! So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayer's Hair Vigor. It makes the scalp healthy. The hair stays in. It cannot do anything else. It's nature's way. Tho beat kind of a testimonial ? " Sold for over sixty years." t M Made by J. o. Ajer Co., l.ow?>II. *mi. yi Also nuulMturort of / | - _ _ ' SARSAPABILU. , Zii/^rsss,^ ??? ? FOR SAL.E. 230 acres of land near State College at Blacktburg. Reliable party may have the use of two house* for care of place. Cash Supply Co. GROCERIES Fruits and Confectioneries Are piled up in our afore at ROCK BOTTOM prices. Santa Clans has made his headquarters at our store this year. Our stock is of the best the season affords. We, therefore, solicit the patronage of all our friends from the town and conntrv. Just received large shipment...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 May 1906

I <> | Hypocrisy ; a Cally Hylaiul. In Kir hi .Advice from a Northern con- i temporary suggests hypocrisy {] and wiles as the best medium through which a lover is to be t caught and held. Evon the wo- i man of intellect, says this per- I turbed writer, must stoop to the ? art of man-pleasing aud man- f managing, and bond her intelli- j gence to the serious study of t thiB shy and wnyward species. \ Iu those cautious days, wheu i everything and everybody is t being investigated, it is a good \ season t a look into this matter of man huuting, sift it to the bottom, aud see if there be any i truth in the Shaw-like .assertion ( that women strew the world } with pitfalls and snares for the j capture of tnau. t Take the matter of dress as a i starter. Does a woman spend | the last dust of her allowance ( and the last atom of her time, j plauniug, buying, making, and j putting on her clothes for the purpose of pleasing man, or merely to distract other women? Tnere's n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 May 1906

Get SCOTT'S Emulsion When ydU go to a drug store and ask for Scott's Emulsion you know what you want; the man knows you ought to have it. Don't be surprised, though, if you are offered something else. Wines, cordials, extracts, etc., of cod Nver oil are plentiful but don't Imagine you arc getting cod liver oil when ycu take them. Every year for thirty years, we've been increasing the sales of Scott's Emulsion. Why7 Because it has always been better-than any substitute for it. Send for free- sample CCOTT <& BOWNE, Chemists <02-415 Pearl Street, New Yorf ECc. and SI.00. All druggists TALES OF HORROR. A Few Stories of the Uneasy Skulls of Murdered Men and Women. I There is a skull, said to be that of a negro murdered by his master, a Roman Catholic priest, at Bettiscombe House near Bridport, in Dorsetshire. Several attempts, it is said, have been made to bury or otherwise dispose of the skull, with the invariable results of dreadful screams proceeding ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 May 1906

_ 8 THE HOME AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tired I Mothers us They Join the j Home Circle at KvenintC Title. I l*ST snil.K AM> KOKUliT. | Oh, ''o not he dUeour??{ed, little heart, Tbis world is not a wilderness of woe; Aud if sometimes the brambles catch and tear. Don't let the scratches vex you so. For ail the little worries that, befall. The small vexatious that so grieve noil fret. Tomorrow they will vanish Into air; Tbeu smile, dear heart, just ?iuile and tt'eu forget. And if today the skies are overcast, Somewhere we know the suu is ohin-' in* still; Its silver radi ?ueo briius the loweriug clouds. And we may catch its glory if we will. And it is good to strive, though we should fail, And good it is to suffer and be strong; Ai.d if we lift our faces to the light, Th- darkest day will riug to eventug sou*. And when our feet are weary, and the road ( More toilsome seems with every passing day, Tj share our every burden, l...

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

^alettt Hittte^ * Mtgwftt 'bub- ^ ?onsolibalcb Ssttdlutl 'TETouember Jft, J903 & Volume 41. salem, Virginia, Thursday, june t. num. mhm?i?d ? TRAVELS IN FOREIGN A VIRC Florence, Concluded?Churches And MiiHeuniH. ./A ' BY BLANCHE O. SILLIMAN. We rested from our trips to the Oalleries by tnkiug 'ong drives. Daring our stay in Veuiee, we had gotten acquainted with a charming English couple?a vouug doctor and his wife, and we went driving together several times. On one of these drives, we went to Sau Miniata, on a big hill commanding a beautiful view of Flor euce and the Aruo. We passed through long wiuding avenues of lovely shade tree?, live oaks and cypresses?passed lovely villas, and stopped at Piaza Michadangelo, where there is a bronze statue of the "David." San Miniata is the oldest monastery iu Florence, built on the ancient King's Mountain, and thus adds much to the picturesque beauty of Floreuce. It was formally an oratory dedicated to St. l'eter. It is a third cent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 June 1906

? ? ? ?___l 2 I>lroetors Who I>o Not I>irect. A great stir has been made in the world about dummy directors. One would think this were a now discovery, whereas the fact is that most directors are dummies and have ever been so. The majority of them are on fcheir respective boards becausQ they wer6 wanted for other purposes than directing. The statutes had to be complied with, custom had to be honored, names are useful, and votes are absolutely necessary. Most directors do not direct. They vote as they aro told to, pass resolu nuuo nmvu uiu prv^aruu uuu laid before them by the man, or meu, in control, approve the papers they are asked to approve, disapprove those they are asked to reject, listen to reports which have been boiled down to the bone and bereft of detail, pockot their fees, adjourn, and, a fwn ~-;nutes later, attend other directors' meetings, for other companies, perhaps in the same street or even in the same office building. Many boards me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 June 1906

BUSINESS. What is hustles*? A?k the Jew, Ask the crafty Yankee, toe; Ask the Briton, if you please, Haughty trader of the seas; Ask the German and the "Jap"? Aye. ask any clever chap; All will tell, at least they know. For their trades like pistons go. ' What is business ? Ask the sage. And he'll stammer in his rage, "Business is a thiug apart? Neither science, neither art; For itself and all the time. Makes no claim to be sublime; Greedy grab and stiugy stint, Coining gold without a mint, Religion, learning, love, and all Wither 'neath its blighting fall. All they say is: "Well?'urn?ah? Business, sir, is business?bah!" . What is busiues*?the real thing? A?k the honett business king: Business is the thing to do. And the way to put it through; Honest ae the yard is long? Honest as the pure is strong; Honest as the pound In weight; Honest as the plummet's straight; Prompt aa planets in their awing Round their orbits journeying; Self-coinmendtng aa the right, As a Chesterfield, polite;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 June 1906

4 J>alera (Eimcs^cgi PUBLISHED EVEKY T1IUK8I), Salem Printing and 1 C. n. 1>ENIT. W. W. McCLCNO. Ill) Subscriptic One Year Niue Months Six Mouths Th ree Months PHONE A LOCAL DUTY. j? The action of the faculty ami ? Hoard of Trustees of-Roanoko Col- c lege in their endeavor to meet Mr, f Andrew Carnegie's proposition is in t thorough accord with the progres- I " H give spirit of that institution. . We can not endorse this move- j ment too heartily, and throw opeu our columns to any one who may 1 desire to say a word in support of 1 llin nniiwo 3Ir. Carnegie proposes that he , will give to the College ?25,000 on | condition that the trustees and * friends of the College will raise a ' sum equal to $35,000. llis proposition is based upon the idea of self- | help, that is of the community look- \ ing after its own institutions. This ' is fair enough, and if the people of ' this State, and particularly this community, fail to meet and accept Mr. Carnegie's offer, th...

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

ijpr- 7 " TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. A Hair ? Dressing I Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing. Something to make the hair more manageable; to keep it from being too rough, or from splitting at the ends. Something, too, that will feed the hair at the same time, a regular hair-food. Well-fed hair will bestrong,and will remain where it belongs ? a i ? ? on ine neau, not on tne comD: | The boat kind of a testimonial ? H "Sold for over sixty years." I ?an?wwwrw r ?a???I At LIfvAo by .t. C. Ayrr Co., Lowell, Macs. Also manufacturers of | /4 > SAKfACARILLA. I jrxyers CHERRY PECTORAL. I GROCERIES Fruits and Confectioneries Are piled no in our store at HOCK BOTTOM prices. Santa Clans has marie his headquarters at our store this year. Our stock is of the best the season affords. We, therefore, solicit the patronage of all our friends from the town and country. Just received large shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at 15c., 20c., 25c., 30c., 35c , 40c., and 50c. per dor.en. Pho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 June 1906

p V _0 THE LAZY DAYS. The lazy days liavw cotue again. The gladdest of the year. That make you want to leave your den And try the atmosphere. That call their childhood back to men, With all its careless cheer. The golden days you used to know. When there was wood to lug, Potato patches, row ou row. And every row to "bug." While all you cared for was to go And huut some corner suug, Heside a stream with pole in haud. To sprawl upon the grass And feel the sweetness o! the l&Dd luto your being pass? Instead, at Duty's stern coinmaud. Of hoeiug garden suss. 'I he l?zy days are creeping on. The soug of June is sweet. The r^ses bloom upon the lawn, Though toil is incomplete. The eagerue-s for work is gone, There's lead upon the feet. The lety (lays of summer time. The daisy days of life. When labor is a mortal crime And what's the use of strife. When a'l the woodlands ate sublime. With conga of robins rife. You stretch, you yawn, you look away From books that are to keep, You ...

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

KEEPING A DIARY. by HATT1K VOSK HALL. I had a diary Christina*, And father laughed and said, "If you'll keep that till the Fourth or July, I'll give you a dollar, Ned.'' tjueer way to earn a dollar. But as easy as a b c; 80 I put it in iny secret box, Safe under lock and key. It's a pretty book?bright red leather? And Spud Jones wants wants to swap. He said he'd give ine his two-blade Kuue And his second-best spinning top. Bat I'd rather have the dollar, 80 I pnt it away again; The pages are just as clean and white? Not a bit of spot or stain. Father asked iue last Sunday, "Are yon keeping that diary, Ned?" And when I said "Yes," he looked surprised. "Well done, little sou," he said. Fourth comes a week from Tuesd'y And oh, 1 can hardly wait, For Spud's got a dollar, too, and so I tell you we'll celebrate ! We're goiug to buy some pinwheels, Those things.that whiz round in ringsCrackers, of course, like we always have, And whole heaps of other things; Big Roman candles that send up ...

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

pp 8 Ti1E GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT. 1 Cotivfiitioii to l>e Held in lton* tioke TIiIm Week. b K iitor Tiuiss-KegisVr and Sentinel: ?' The couutry towns of the furtuiug \ sections of Virgiuia will uot louder ti . submit to the embargo of bad road?. 1 Where there are uo manufacturing i! or miuiug enterprises these towns d simply exist to supply the wau's of f the farmer, and their prosperity is t measured by the prosperity of the t farmer. There is just so much busi- f' uess to do, and it can be doue at the a iuiu:mum of expense only wheu it is t equally distributed throughour the 0 year. There is uo profit ?o tiie tiler- I ciiiut. to the miller, to the lumber- t man. to ?he elevator, or to the biuk, t if al! forces li*ve to lie idle while the t bottom is out of the road uud work t double time wheu there is a period of goo 1 roads. They realize that they cau have no bu?iurtts except what the farmers bring tbeui: that. the good , roads l-?*?iiug to the town measure tbe amount of b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 June 1906

Jlalf m ?ittt?& ? MtfttfAjct -EH ID- ^ (Stonsolibciteb Stniiutl Hlouember 16, 1903 & VOLUME 41. SA LEM~^V 1RG1XI A, THl KSDAY, ,11 N K 14, 1 DOG. NUMBER Y AFFAIRS AT OUR Krotu Our Regular Correspondent. The Alcoliol Hill Signed |{y the President?Meat Packers Alarmed Over Kxisting Conditions. Washington*, D. C., \ June 12, 1906. J in th? i>re3"uc.. of it* umst ar i-n supporters, the denatured alcoho whHi provides for the removal i the tax fron alcohol used in the ai ts, was signed last week by the President. With the pen with which he signed the bill the President wrote his autograph on several pictures of himself and presented them to those who had fought for the hill in the House. The fountain pen went to Representative Hill, of Massachusetts, who has given great study to the measure and is oue of ?i.~ ...i .? > ? biic niliiiii'St uuvuuttieu OI IL HI HI WHO will go to Germany this summer to apeml his vacation in the study of the uses of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 June 1906

2 BELIEF IN SELF. i Has disappointment come to i you? \ Ilavo you failed in what you \ had most sot your heart on? , Did you rely upon some one's j promise only to find it broken? j Have you lost faith in those j you trusted most? ( Well if so, don't be downcast, j don't give up; don't lose faith. < There is but one question, af- j ter all, which is really vital to 1 you?do you believe in yourself? < What if you are in hard luck, ' or poor and shabby? The old clothes and back streets are a j protection. Many a good work j has been ruined because a man ] W.lfl f A rioh too Irnnn r% '? *?> vw a tvu ww auvp ? it) * oi j head. i Great thoughts and gaeatdeed, ] must have darkness and time < to develop. A poor farmer boy in Norway \ . "dreamed of America, the land \ of promise. His dream rippen- ] ed into ambition; he borrowed | money for his passage and ar- j rived in Madison Wis., peni- , less and among strangers. But he was not alone, for wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 June 1906

I I ' 1 kmTIMESTORY How Sedgwick Lost a llvroc and Leo Found One. BY JOHN GRIFFITH. From the Richmond New* Leader. At the foot of Bull Run moun* tain, in Prince William county, there lives an old Confederate soldier of the gallant Sixth Virginia cavalry, who captured the famous black horse, the mount of General Sedgwick, and which was presented by . General Stuart to General Robt. E. Lee. He is Mr. John Grif fith, of Thoroughfare Station. Although the frost of some seyenty-odd winters have fallen upon his head, his step is yet elastic, his memory vivid with recollections of many desperate encounters with the enemy and he is possessed of energy seldom found at his stage of life. A few days ago The News Leader's representative found Mr. Griffith seated upon a dry goods box in a store at Thoroughfare, and his casual reference to some incidents of the Civil war, which came under his own observation, led to a request for a detailed statement. Following is, in substance, the old Confedera...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 June 1906

4 PL'IILISHKD BVBKY THUKSDA Salem Printing and F C. D. DKNIT, W. W. McCLL'NU. Uus Subscription One Year .... . . , JNine Months ...... Six Mouths Three Mouths ...;.. PHONE TIIG ELECTION. The election for town officers . passed otT quietly last Tuesday. tj The voters had many good men to ct choose from, and they chose the m old council again, giving to them a vote of confidence except in the 1 bf first ward, where Mr. W. K. Hch- bl ter was chosen to succeed Mr. T. I. tl Preston, an old councilman, who e< was chosen mayor. The new mayor al 'ii and council will go into oflico . p< September the first, and they will c] lind the condition of the town first m class and we hope and predict that cl they will keep it in as good condi- 19 tion during their incumbency. The * T. R. and S. congratulates them one and all on their election. h BR VAX AM) TIIE XOMIVATIO.T. : 1 Now that Uryan is looming up ^ as the probable standard bearer of jj Democracy in lt?0?, we wish to gi...

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