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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 June 1906

? TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. Buy Hair at Auction? mmmmmmrnmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmnmm At any rate, you seem to be getting rid of it on auction-sale principles: "gohng, going, g-o-n-e I" Stop the auction with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It certainly checks falling hair; no mistake about this. It acts as a regular medicine; makes the scalp healthy. Then you must have healthy hair, for it's nature's way. Tho beat kind of a testimonial ? " Bold for over sixty yoara.'' Jk Uwl* br J. u. Aj.r Co.. T.owall, Mua. yi Alio manufacturer? of X m ^ ^' SARSAI'ARILLA. / \lipv C PILLS. A. Vf V CHERRY PECTORAL. GROCERIES ' I Fruits and Confectioneries Are piled up in our store at ROCK BOTTOM prices. Santa Clans has made his headquarters at oursto?-e this year. Our stock is of the best the season affords. We, therefore, solicit the patronuge of all our friends from the town and country. Just received large shipment SWFFT FIOQinA AD ANflFC uiili.1 Lvmun ui\riiiULU at 15c., 20c., 25c., 20c., 35c , 40c., and 50c. per ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 June 1906

r ^ THE LIMIT. V1 <? > stau 1 the ovuverMtiou Of the common plucest bore, ( Hut hie forms of salutation Irritate uie more and more. When the weather melts ouoh eol- ' Isr* And the world in iu a stew, 1 could smash The tuau that hollers: ( "Is it hot enough for you?" .'.Kill him? Well, I tbiuk it follows That is just what I could do!) (Hot t-uough, O! Am't that tough O? When th? suu is hot as?Whew! io be greeted With a heated "Is it hot enough for you?") There'# a miu iu our city Who wanslaiu the other day, Aud at 11 ret this seemed a pity, But it proved the other way: Ob, the prls'uer was acquitted With a loug aud loud hurroo! Wheu he showed the dead had twitted: "Is it hot enough for you?" (Hence the murder, though regretted, Wes the ouly tiling to do ) (The departed Brokeu-hearted If atouiug for hie whim? Be forgiving! He is living Where it's hot enough for him!) Satisfied Them All. Aunt Panthea Brooks lived in a little new Hampshire village very many years w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 June 1906

NEEDN'T BLUSH AS YOU SAY "HELLO" Telephone CSirl at Tother End of the Wire Caunot Wear a ? Pcek-A-Boo. When a wouiau will she will, You may depend on't; And when she won't ehe won't? a a.i v. .1 AMU mere 0 HU t'UU UU I, ?Carlton's Rede to Arth. It's too bad that the poet's advice never reached Mr. Arth, says yesterday's New York World. It would have saved him a great deal of trouble. Mr. Arth, day manager of the Cortlandt Street Telephone Exchange, had the temerity yesterday morning to?well, the wildest imagination couldn't guess. He actually ordered the 200 very pretty girls who handle the telephone to refrain from? Open work hosiery, Short sleeves, Peek-a-boo waists, or Buster Brown waists. There's audacity for you. Think of it?trying to regulate the costume of tho divinities who sit at the switch-boards and never, never, never are seen by the men, who telephone. Mr. Arth has not yet given any reason for his remarkable order. He is a small, dark, solemn young man with a hypertroph...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 June 1906

r , THE HOME. AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS | ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tiretl Mother* as They Join the Home Circle at Kvening Tide. Let u? study the value of the beautiful. The influeuce of the beautiful is largely of a subconscious nature, it is silent, permeating aud powerful. The miuistry of the beautiful has a retining effect A taste for music, poetry, pictures, etc., teuds to destroy tue attraction lor me vulvar. A home of beauty, ot taste and refinement always tends to elevate and ennoble the mind and cultivate the spirit of contentment. Beauty fills the world, as well as heaven, if we have eyes to see it. It is open to all. The rose is as fragrant, the lily as white and the hyacinth as delicately blue, when cultivated by the poor, as by the jeweled fingers of the rich. Half the joy of life comes from getting good out of things as we go aloug. Some o'f us are always putting off our enjoyments. After a while we expect to take a rest, see a friend, read a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 June 1906

?a*is>* |.h (SUmsotibaLb ^ j|['^y ^^0l>cm^r 1903 * % VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, Till USD AY, JUNE 21, 11)06. NUMBER 4 i:jin ' ??? ~ AFFAIRS AT OUR Krom Oar R??aUr Correspondent. Washington, D. C., 1 Juue 19, 1906. j Meat Packers Still Stirrert Up ?Vote on the Canal Question Etc., Etc. That the people of the country shall ^>ay two millions of dollars annually for the inspection of meat which they buy later at rates affording vast profits to the beef trust is the proposition made to the House * Representatives by the Agricultural Committee. The injustice of such a measure has not deterred the committee of the House from forming ami presenting this proposition which is offered as a substitute for the Beveridge amendment that passeii the Senate, and which provides for adequate inspection of niAiito of1 tliii /wkjf nf flin iiunl/ikfj The President is emphatically opposed to the measure presented by the House Committee, and if it is enacted he may veto it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 June 1906

f 2 OUSTS THE WOMEN] i vBarber Asphalt Paving Com-! pany SrtjN Th?y Are Host Fit-1 t<Mt lor Sof'ii Pillow Making. I Chicago, June.?The Barber! Asphalt Paving Company has' decided to dispense with the services ou July 1 of all women employes. This is the general order that nas startled the employes of the company. Every girl employed by the company which hasoftlosiu all cities of importance in the country, will be discharged on the date set in the order. The reason may draw a protest from champions of the business womau. The cause of the order in a nutshell is contained in a statement made today by a Chicago official of the company, i "Women may be all right at home, but they are not 'in it' when it comes to working for big corporations," said the officials. "Their capacity is limited. They are all right at making worsted slippers and sofa pillows, and they can chew gum and write shorthaud at the -same time; but they can't boss street pavlug or figure bow much asphalt it w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 June 1906

SOME CURRENT NEWS AND VIEWS. Congress now proposes to smoke out the tobacco trust. It is estimated that a penny chaugcs hands 125,000 times in its life, all except those that fall into Russell Sage's hands. A Swiss scientist has discovered that moss properly cooked is palatable. Well, it cannot be any worse thau the other breakfast foods. There is a revival of the old time joke, "What they can't eat, they can," in connection with revelations in Chicago's packing houses. \n mm Ifnmva inot !?? ?? v viav miiv t* o juow n iiav bUU IbUO" sian Donma wants, but a guess that it wants everything that the Czar does not want it to have will generally hit. A St. Louis car conductor has been condemned to jail for beating a passenger. People expect to have their feet walked on by the conductors, but they draw the line at beatings. There is talk of a National Coal Exposition, but a great many persons are wondering if there has not already been all the exposing that the coal companies can support. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 June 1906

4 Jwleui ?imcs-|tcgi PUBLISHED BVEKY THUKSD Salem Printing and C. D. DEN IT W. W. McCLUNO. in Subseriptic Due Year Nine Month* Six Mouth* Three Mouth* PHON E The world may be growing better, but here in the United States we are just beginning to tind out how bad it is- i *** " # I Travel broadens a man, according , to wide belief, but Congressmen j know that since the withdrawal of passes it also makes a man Bhort-cr. All llesh is grass, according to the ancient formula, but nowadays it seems to be largely constituted of formaldehyde, borax and filth. "(Jirl behind a gun made negro run" is the heading over a telegraphic dispatch from Alexandria in a State exchange. Well, wasn't it time for the negro to run. When it comes time for another campaign contribution the beef trust will be pretty sure that it does not go toward electing Theodore Roosevelt for a third term. The sweet girl graduates all over the land have about finished telling the country how it should conduct itself, but co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 June 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL The Song of the Hair 14 There are four verses. Verse 1. Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling hair. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the hair grow. Verse 3. Ayer's Hair Vigor cures dandruff. Verse 4. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the ov,ui|j ii^aiiuy, mxu 11 bu. If is a regular hair-food; this is the real secret of its wonderful success. The best kind of a testimonial? " Sold tor OT?r sixty years." M Msds by 3. C. Ayrr Co.. Lowell, Uses, yfl Also msnuOoturcri of A^k > SARSAPARILLA. jTLlferS CBEi?IV PFCTOBU. GROCERIES Fruits ami Confectioneries Are piled up in our store at ROCK BOTTOM prices. Santa Clans lias uiade his headquarters at our stce 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. -lust received large shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at 15c., 20e., 25c , 30c., 35c , 40c., and 50c. per dozen. Phone Mo. 24. Johnston & I la v. GROCERS I V ,m I --.I - ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 June 1906

MODERN MIRACLE |l 1 lu Case ol' Former Leading Member of Bar Who Is Ke- i claimed From Levee. , Miracles were not all perform- i ed in the days when the Christian era was beginning. One 1 modern miracle is recorded in ' the reclamation from the St. 1 Louis levee of Harry M. Hill, . once a leading member of the 1 Southern bar and brother of Na- < poleon Hill of Memphis, Tenn., < one of the richest men in the i South. i Now nearly 00 years of age, i the once brilliant advocate and 1 Southern social leader is begin- i ning a now life in a flat at 4,930 i Yincennos avenue. The building in which the flat is situated i was given to him by his brother, \ Napoleon, a few days ago on i the condition that he would ab- < stain from all drugs and intoxi- i eating liquor. This condition i appears in the deed. He has i begun again the practice of law. i The physical and mental re- 1 generation of "Judge" Hill, as he is known in many Southern States, is duo to a wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 June 1906

INFLUENCE OF THE HEARTHSTONE The most potent influence in moulding: the character of men and shaping: the destiny of the world, is a force that stands in the background of human ac' tivities?one almost unseen in the busy hurly-burly of human endeavor. "It is well," says uuzaoetn riowara west wood, writing in the April number of the "New Idea," "for the lovers of a country to wage war on t'*e vitiating forces of political corruption, industrial outrage, social crime?but the real battles of a nation are fought and won upon the hearthstone." Yea, and there, sits the woman?the wife, the mother?presiding as the morally dominating genius of the family. To her, the material interests of the husband, are subjects of concern, advice and suggestion. From her lips spring words of counsel, of encouragement or of warning and caution, as the varying phase of those interests require, and ;ountle8S are the instances in which by some God given power of inutition, she has reached to the kernel of a p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 June 1906

F 8 THE HOME. AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS j1 ANT EVENING REVERIES. ! 1 A Column I it'll ten toil tit Tlretll. Mothers us They .lolu j , the Home Circle at 1 Evening Title. ! MAKE OTUCKS HAPPY. 44 Would you make souie atddeued ' heart I Just it little lighter? I Would you wake tow a burdeu-d life Jutta little brighter? Drop a word of hope aud cheer; 1 Set the echoes ridging I With your tio'es of love aud joy, ; Ah you go a-siugiug. . "Won'J you Hiuooth the rugged path ' 1) >wii nloug lifo'c highway! 1 Would you plaut tbe ros? of f-tiih j Iu Home louely byway? J 11st a deed of k'uitn.'H doti* Ct?ari? the path before u?. Ami the lilies of God's love I Bloom ami blossom oVr us." I Some children are forced to believe that home i-? the place where all the growling is done. | ... 1 Women have been criticised , for organizing social and liter- , ary clubs; out the club, instead ( of hurting the home, has often saved it by elevating it ititel- | leetually. Club life in devel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 June 1906

j^Rk-A ^ I , Sal cot ?itwrs Hroister -BUS)- ^ (Stonsolibaleb Sentinel ^loucmbee 16, 1903 ^ "VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNK 28, 1906. . NUMBER 5 IKAVtLS IN mum A VIRGI Koine, the Kteruul City ? lt? Tr.nlit ions and l'iarly History. ?Y BLANCHE 0. SILLIMAN. We arrived in Rome at midnight, with our eyes scarcely open from 1 the slumber which hud almost in- 1 variable claimed them an such a late ! hour. We could not, therefore, appreciate in any sense the "Ecce Koina" 1 exclaimed by the travellers of old, 1 who, advancing slowly by day time, beheld from a distance and the heights this glorious city. Hut we came in fast, by night, as if her 1 glories were still too blight by day 1 for mortal eyes suddenly. It is there- 1 fore with surprise the next day that 1 you look out in many places upon a very modern city, takiug on new life, ' great bustle and latest improvements. ] This Koine we did not come to see. It ' was the Kome of the Caesars, still 1 glorious and grand in her rui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 June 1906

2 toomundI SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEASANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column l>e<llcate<l to Tired Mothers as They .Join the Homo Circle at Evening Tide. THE ISLE OF HOME. From shadow-land of memory A golden dream comes unto me. In fancy I am back among a lic uni'fj uuu i o nucu a who yuuu|(. Iu visious yet 1 see the day, When I had been a year away? My first year?and I Bought once more, Heart-Bore and eick, my father's door. Aud as 1 climbed the windiug road Hp the last hill, a something glowed Within my bosom like a flame, Au ecstacy without a name. For there, acrose the evening's gloatn, I saw the old barn darkly loom. Aud past it, from a window bright, A sword of glory pierced the night? The light of home. Ab from afar The wiBe men saw the heavenly star, So that sweet light, unto my eyes, Seemed leading on to Paradise. Again, in fancy. 1 draw near; Again I through the window peer. Again I steal across the floor; Again I clasp my mother's form; Again I feel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 June 1906

DOOLEY DIS CUSSES ROOSEVELT "No, sir; we don't change much in this counthry. Whin I read th' news lr'm Wash'n'ton day be day, I'm almst scared at what me frind Thaydore Bosonfelt is doin'. Says 1 to mesilf: 'I must be modhrate. Iv coorse I don't want to be a hidebound conservative like Willyum Jennings Bryan. We must keep abreast iv advancin' thought or, anyhow iv advancin' speech. On th' other baud. I'm no fire-brand , like Kosenfelt or Debs. Polly- j ticks is practical worruk, an' I , can't go as far as these bright- ] eyed young dhreamers in advo- j catin' fryin' th' railroad prisi- ] dints in Sthandard lie an' hang- ] in' th' Suphreme Court be th' j toes from the Wash'n'ton Monu- j ment. No, 1 will keep cool; 1 < will keep cool; 1 will hold fast ( to the safe and sane principles { i f'r which Spies an' Parsons were \ hauged. The time has come \ whin cool-headed min must ( stheer the ship iv state firmly , to'rd the rocks so that it won't ] bump into our lifetime. &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 June 1906

4 ^alcrn $imcs-jUg PII1L1&HKD EVERY THUKS Salem Printing and C. D. DEN I W. W. McCLl'NU. I Subscripti One Year .... . Nine Mouths Six Months Three Months . ; . PHONi WAITIXtt?AND FOR RIIAT! j The Town Council is now considering, or at least has before it, the matter of granting a franchise for a street railway system for our town, it is rather a significant fact that, just as soon as a charter for that purpose was issued to a local company, which applied for a franchise in the maimer prescribed by law, that two other franchises were asked for by as mauy interests, representatives of wbich took especial pains to say had no affiliation whatever with each other. However that may be, it is quite clear that until the matter was started locally, no other corporation seemed to have any special interest in the question of whether Salem was to have street car facilities or not. The Council will, of course, look at that phase of the matter for what it is worth; certain it is that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 June 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. My Hair Ran Away Don't have a falling out with your hair. It might leave you! Then what? That would mean thin, scraggly, uneven, rough hair. Keep your hair at home! Fasten it tightly to your scalp! You can easily do it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It is "something more than a simple flair dress ing. It is a hair medicine, a hair tonic, a hair food. 1 The best hiit?l ot a'ter.tiEQoni*>-" " 3ci?i lor ovor tixty yoart*." ??MUMM?? IIW.IMII?? H I W?!! ? A| U?U bVv'.C.i^r Co., 1.0,-dl, Moi. Una n.*jv?iraoturcr? >.' : /4 > S^RSAPASUU. /?yers%?~ **. j Fruits and Confectioneries Arc piled art in nur store at ROOK BOTTOM prices. Santa Clans lias iuhiIc his headquarters at our sto*e tltis year. Our stock is of the best, the season affords. We. therefore, solicit the patronage ot ail our friends froiu the town and country. Just received largo shipment. SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at lCc., 20c.. 25c., :50c., 35c., 40c., and "ICc. |?er dozen. Pho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 June 1906

1> RUBBERNECK 1 EVIDENCE.; " Your beast is quite feeble, Solon/' said the New York t drummer as they jogged over a Virginia country road behind a broken-down mule. t "Ole Jeff ain't bo peart as he r use ter be, salt," replied the old negro. "Does he belong to you?" "He do, 8ab;au'ag'ia he do not.'' i "How is that, Solon?" i "It war diser way, sah: Me ?l an' JefT?(Put dat eah ob yourn down, yo' onery critter! Yo' is , ve'y cu'ruB ter heah wot folks t say 'bout you'!" he cried, at tlie same time giving the mule a cut ij I oyer the ear)?"Me an' Jeff [I useter work for ole Jeedge Ma- ii sou. down in Louden, au' we'n ? Jeedge die, an' his t'ings put up t fer sale, I t'ought I want dat 1 mule; but it warn't long 'fore I f seed dat Colonel Wintah, wot ' keeps de hotel, waut him wub- c ser'n me. J "I war kinder cu'rus who de colonel war gwine ter gu ter ten' de critter, kase he's oue ob de mules dat doan' hab uo u-e fer a niggah. I uebber hab no trouble wif him mahself. 1 ( u'nu....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 June 1906

TOUCHING INCIDENT Parepa, Kohii'm Faster Oft'erlng In New York City. Self-sacrificing devotion in the service of those who need is 4he loftiest element of high breeding. This is illustrated by this ancedote, related by Myra S. Delano, of Parepa Rosa's vocal tribute at the coffin of a poor sewing-girl. "Myra, this is perfect rest!" exclaimed Parepa. "We shall be quite alone for four hours." "Yes, four long hours. There will be no rehearsals; nobody else knows where you are." Parepa laughed merrily at the idea, and well she might. At eleven that day she had sung at one of our large churches in New York, and I had insisted nniin hor ornintr homo with mo. We were friends in Italy, and so she readily consented. But by noon the sky was overcast and gray. Down came the snow, whitening streets and The wind swept icy ......ths from the water as it came up from the bay and rushed past the city spires and over tall buildings, whirling around us the snow in wild gusts. We hurried home and sat c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 June 1906

_8 THE KISSING HABIT.= Kissing, according to Life, first became prevalent iu the Garden of Edeu, where it was practiced extensively the first year of married life. Afterwards it was introduced into New England, and the Back Bay, thus becoming firmly established. Kissiug is said to be unsanitary, aud is directly responsible for several varieties of heart trouble. The two-women kiss is still promineut. It can be seen iu tho shopping districts, on aud off surface cars and trains and in the suburbs. It is always demonstrative, and is generally use-i to couceal real feelings. The honeymoon kiss is the longest known, often being on livKiKiftan tt\ f M.t ftllhli^ v?xu |k/i viviJ iv iiiv aL\'t.ivt u> |'M v/? i v for weeks at a time. The married-life kiss fluctuates widely, both in quantity and quality, and is apt to be one-sided. The back parlor aud the moonlight kisses tiro the sweetest. They require uo previous preparation, are more enjoyable when simultaneous, and are generall...

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