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

f T"7; ~ 1 ; ?&* ^alcttt ?ime&88 Mt&i&ftt -HH5V ~ \^-^Z) (Son&olibaleb ^ UTouenxber 16, 1903 ? v ' , "? ? *;, ' ' k VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1906. NUMBERT ^t | . __ _- -_ AFFAIRS AT OUR ????? ' Krom Our Rtgulftr Correspondent. Washington, D. C., \ July 3, 1906. J <Jon}jr?s?? AdjouriiH ? Summary Of Work Done, Etc. THE PUBLIC BUILDING BILL With a, whoop and a vusb Coa- * grass wound up..th?.present ' There were' rumors hn Friday that an adjournment might be reached Friday night, aud in expectation of such a development a special train was kept all night at the depot to be ready at any time to take the President to Oyster Bay if he so desired, it being known that he wanted to get out of Washington with Mrs. lioosevelt just as soon as possible after getting Congress off his hands, but this did not happen until Saturday uight at 10 o'clock. There were many callers at the White House early on Frida...

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

LOVE VERSUS(By W. J. Wilmerding.) " tc "It does seem really a pity to ? me, Herbert, that you should havo allowed yourself to fall in ?' love with this Bereudseu girl. 113 Why, she is only the daughter 81 of a poor farmer, and for a man P* of your high family connections Jfo wed such an unattractive young woman appears sheer \u foolishness to me. I am glad, however, that the long stand- ^ ing friendship between you and me gives me leave to speak . frankly about the matter and to warn you that if you should .g wed Miss Martha you would repent of it in a few months. You could do better than this . I'm suie." ,* 4lYou are the only persoD^ ^ % the world whom I would , to talk to me as you Jack, old man, ar-d x bnvo per_ j mitted you tQ %peak disparag- ( ingly of Martha simply because I k?jow that you are the best friend I haye on earth. But I ^ "realize at the same time that I love Miss Berendsen with all my heart and soul, and just as sure as fate I am going to ask i her to become my w...

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

TENDING THE BABY. How the mother's arms and hack ache after caring for this pink and white tyranny so helpless and yet so exacting. Our homes are not all provided with cook, nursemaid and house* maid. Not to disguise the fact, a majority 01 iue uttiw ones are nurtured by tue mother, who combines all these offices in her own patient person. If the domestic machinery runs smoothly, in many homes, it is because the house-mother is the pivot, upon which swing so many activities. It is of those homes without wealth, yet with refinement, that I write, where sums in addition and subtraction, mostly subtraction, must be done every week. It is here the babies gather. The storks ?eem to be fond of these humble homes, for they never forget them. The heroisms of life are largely by the firesides. The angels of the children see .and tell the Father on high. These mothers who have so much to do and bear, with a narrow income at their disposal need our sympathy. A modern home of wealth has many ha...

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

r , $alcm limes-jlegt PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSD Salem Printing and C. D. DEN IT W. \V. MoCLUNO. Ill Subseriptic One Year Nine Mouth* Six Mouth* Th roe Months PHO N E It was with deep regret that we learned of the death, on Saturday last, of Mr. Chas. N. Hawkins, of the editorial staff of the Danville j Register. Mr. Hawkins was the t founder and for many years the ' owuer of the New Castle Record, 1 where his ability as a newspaper nuin \ was demonstrated to a degree that t found for him an enlarged field of ( usefulness. He was devoted to his 1 calling, and a credit to it. In his * death we feel a personal loss, and ' those whose pleasure it was to read t after him will miss him greatly. t Now that the State Corporation * Commission has seen fit to regulate c the rates that the telegraph compa- r nies may charge for messages sent in t this State, why don't they tackle the * more important subject of regulat- J ing, or assisting at least, in doing so, t] the matter of railroad rates, i...

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

r" ??? TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. Is Your ' Hair Sick? That's too bad! We bed noticed it was looking pretty thin I and rough of late, but naturally did not like to speck of it. By the way, Ayer's Heir Vigor is a regular hair grower, a perfect hair tonic. The hair stoDs coming out, grows faster, keeps soft and smooth. Ayer's Hair Vigor cures sick hair, makes it strong and healthy. Tho bost kind of a testimonial? "Sold lor over wiaty years." /ffl Wiflo ; jr I.O. A?cr Co., Lowtll, Kui, ! /u Also ins.-iur<e;nr?i? ef 1 _ > ?ARSAPAHILLA. IXiiefS Sorrow. GROCERIES % Fruits and Confectioneries Are piled up in our store 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 tho patronage of all our friends from the town and country. .Tust received large shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at 15c., 20c., 25c., 550c., 35c., 40c., and 50c. per dozen. Phoue Mo. 24. Johnston &a...

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

( ) W. C.T. U. COLUMN ??r?*icbkam?i.ru w. c. t. r. President.?Mrs. Mlniah llobhs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. K. S. Campbell, Mr* K. It Moore, Mr*. J. T. Peon, Mrs. F. H Martin. Keoocdln* Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C Fergusou. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. II. Dillard. NuperlateediNiU or Departments. Kvangellstn and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K Ubeachaln. Florence Critteuton Home. ? Mrs. F. F VHU1|I09II* Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wllsou. Klower Mission. Mrs. W. B. Whltenoarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs K. H. Martin. (Tift TlMM-KlOISTtR AND bBNTINKL, a their request has placed a column a: tin disposal of the earnest atid faithful woniei of tne W. ?? T. Union who will have entiri cbarg* of it, and berespocsible f >r all met ter tnerein U promises to he au luterrs in> feature of the p?t<er. and we commend ? oareful oerusal of the department.?Kne At the regular meeting of Salem Union last Thursday routine busiuess was transact ed....

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

WOMAN'S LONG SUIT. She found her gown didn't meet in the baek. So she cried about it. She punctured her thumb on the point of a tack, So she oried about it. She found that a mouse had been guawing the pies, She found herself short on her Sunday supplies. So quick went her apron up over her eyes, auu puo uricu uuuut u. One daughter, it seemed, couldn't marry at all. So she cried about it. One bitched to a fellow too gawky and tall. 80 she cried about it. One wedded a chap that her mother picked out? A lad with a bank roll substantial and stout? The wedding just pleased her, past every doubt. So she cried about it. No odds what befell her, of eorrw or joy, Why, she cried about it. Did happenings please her or greatly aunoy. Why, she cried about it. She wept right along through the varying years, Sobbed over tier hopes and sobbed over her fears. Her safety value always a torrent of tearsYes, she cried about it. WOMAN'S SYMPATHY Ih Proverbial?Salem Women .No Exception. llow much we owe ...

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

8 THE HOME. AND IIS 1 SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Oeillcateil t?> Tiretl Mothers as Tliey ?loii? the Home Circle at KvenitiK Title. The lmnt way to slop a watting tongue is to lei it wan until people are tired of listening to it. Have a bright bo ique* < f flowers iu each room of your home to cheer and brighten it -au<i its inmates. Many a man pines for a garden this time of the year, and when everything is ready for the work turns ttie whole preposition over to his wife. .1; rsr >\ hen tnen build a new bi at and wi-h to test its strength they turn its prow up stream against the current. They do not let it drift with the tide. So it is with our lives. If we wish to try our strength we must turn our faces to the cuirent and face the tide. The life of the world is strenuous, and the door of the home should shut out the storm and stress, but it should not shut out new and wholesome aid inspiring influences. It sho...

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

STftttje# * JtMi&f tt I -hhh>- ^ I Scniitwl 'Tl'Tooember J0, i903 * I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1906. NUMBER 7 I TRAVELS IN FOREIGN ? : A VIRG liome. the Eternal City ? Its Its Mausoleums and Catacombs. . BY BLAXCIiE O. SILI-IMAS, It was well that we did not see 'Rome first. I had not thought it possible to find u city more full of interest than London, with all her historical associations and through the vistas of her loug career. Paris appealed more keenly to our physical enjoyment aud all that pertains to lively sensibilities. But Rome awes you, and thrills you with a combination of thought aud feeling and imagination that I <lo not believe can be approached, "Scarcely equaled and certainly not surpassed in any other city in the world. We enjojed many beautiful drives. That lirst oue in company with our trienu, ur. wniitingnui, Director of the Baptist Theological School in Rome, was out through the beautiful St. Paola Gate, p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 July 1906

2 CAN ANY MAN WIN AN By au Experienced Bachelor, | "Wlio, lor Keiittous ol' His Own, jt Prefers to lteuiuin Unknown, P" Kt decidedly, yes?Willi lf! . |WM four reservations, however: 'T 1. That she is not in love with someone else herself. ^ 2. That ho is really in love j with her. :j. That he and she; are not s< antipathetic. 4. That he is of good character, and of the same class or station in Kfo as she, and of rea- j, eon able age. Wit.h t.hoMO fnur nroviHOR art- T to it ted, I contend that any man can win any woman's love on A the face of the earth. Women are passive, but they are passive only in the sense T that they rarely imitate the passion which is to them?if T "'poets" are to be believed?"a R woman's whole existence"?passiye only in the sense of the sen- e sitised plate, which alone fulfils its destiny when exposed to the active agency of light. Man is the active agent. Ho alone viv- k< ifie8 the dormant affectiou into y< being. Careful obse...

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

I I' jyioRV OF n How "Extr<l Hilly" Smith Led i Tlie Confederal* Column i Iuto York, fa. j 1 tOV. WM. SMITH, of Vir- ' ginia, popularly known * in his day and genera- j tion as "Extra Billy" Smith, whose statue was unveiled a . few days ago in the Capitol 1 Square at Richmond, was one of ^ the most gallant and lovable of ' men and withal a statesman of genuine ability. He was never e more at home than when on the hustings and his penchant for 1 Dublic RDeakintr was never more < delightfully illustrated than when as a Confederate general (and he was one of the bravest soldiers in "Lee's army) he led his brigade into York, Pa., a few days before the great battle of Gettysburg, Major Robert Stiles (now passed to his eternal reward) tells the unique story in his most interesting book, "Four Years Under Marse Robert," as follows: We were about entering the beautiful Pennsylvania town of York, General Smith's brigade in the lead. Under these conditions, feeling sure ...

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

r 4 talent iimcs-gcji PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSD Salem Printing and C. D. DEN*IT W. W. McCLUNU. Hi Subseriptic One Year Nine Mouths Six Mouths Three Mouths PHONE A few days ago the Hoanoke Evening News in (laming headlines ununnncpi] it an ulmnst it C.ertailltv that the Tidewater railroad shops would 1 be located there. A few days later, however, the Evening World, its 1 contempory, had a long editorial appealing to the Chamber of Commerce and business men to take some action 1 toward getting the shops there. It evidently took little stock m the statement of the News, winch was doubtless stating the case only according to its hopes. Don't forget the fact, brethren, that Salem expects to get those shops; so quit worrying about the matter. In his speech on "The Upbuilding of Virginia" before the Farmers' Institute in Iloanoke ou Tuesday, President L. E. Johnson, of the Norfolk and Western railroad, said: "I was not prepared to Uud such a sectiou when I catue to Virginia nine years ago. T...

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

ram t | V TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. ' Help!Help! Fm Falling Thus cried the hair. And a kind neighbor came to the rescue with a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. The hair was saved! This was because A.yer's Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine. Falling hair is caused by a germ, and this medicine completely destroys these germs. Then the healthy ! scalp gives rich, healthy hair. Thn brr.f lrlnr! r?f i\ tnr.timoninl ? "Sold for ovor sixty yeo.rs." A Made by J. if. Ayr i;? . LP*ri:, l*?n. il Auo laanafaatur.'t^ if ~ ^ SAR'APAKILLA. /JLt/gfScp:,^,xc,^u. GROCERIES Fruits and Confectioneries Are pile?l m? fo our store at ROCK BOTTOM prices. Santa Clitis lias tusde his headquarters at our store this year. Our stock is of the best the season affords. We, therefore, solicit the patronage of all our frleuds from the town and eouutry. Just received larga shipment SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES at 15c., 2<)c., 25c., :iOc., 35c., 40c., and 50c. per dozen. Phone >'o. 24. Jolinston &...

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

( ) w. c. t. u. column: orncRKx n Mm w. c. T. r. President.?Mr*. Mlmali llohbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mr*. K. S. Campbell. Mrs. K. K Moore, Mrs. J. T. l'enu, Mrs. F. II Martin. Kecordlng Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland, j Corresponding Secretary.? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. II. Hillard. Superintendent* or Departments. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E Obeecbaln. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. F. S. Campbell. Medal Contest*.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. li. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs F. If. Martin. fTui TimrvKboistik and Hkntisbl, at tbeir request ha* placed e column at the disposal of tbe earnest end faitbful women of tne W. ii T. Union who will have entire ?uo'^? n, UUU iiBrr^jrnnMMe i >r bii uint?r iD?rein It pronmrM to be en inter>siiiK feature of the paoer. and we oomntend a i careful oerusel of the department.?Kim | ' i The Union desires to express its grateful appreciation of the kindness of those sending pape...

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

) 'Whistle, Whistle, Whistle." When times are bad and folks are sad. And gloomy day by day. Just try your best at lookln' glad. An1 whistle 'em away. Don't mind how troubles bristle, Just take a rose or thistle; Hold your own, And change your tone. An' whistle! whistle! whistle! A song is worth a world o' sights. Where red the lightnings play. Look for the rainbow iu the skies, An' whistle 'em away. Don't mind how troubles bristle; Tl ._UU AUI.at. iue ruse uuiurn wuu iu? miBiie; Hold your own. And changes your tone. An- whistle! whistle! whistle! Each day comes with a life that's new ? A strange continued story; The world rolls on to glory! Don't mind how troubles bristle; Just take a rose or thistle; Hold your own. And change your tone, An' whistle! whistle! whistle! WOMAN'S SYMPATHY la Proverbial?Salem Women No Exception. How much wc owe to the sympathetic side of womankind. When others suffer they cheerfully lend a helping hand. They tell you the means which brought relief to the...

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

3 . . 1 THE HOME. ANDTfs SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Colli in ii Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They .loin tlia Home Circle at Evening Title. Good resolutions need more1 winding tip thau an eight-day clock. The best wuy to keep the boys at home is to make it au object for them not to go out to seek I amusements, for these they will have. Every farm ought to be , m uie a very ueaven on eariti to its inmates. Not aloue the farm liome either but all the bouses in the land. Learn each child's nature, aud then work some home charm to keep him in your circle. Childish rage unchecked will, after awhile, become a hurricane. Childish petulance will grow up into misanthropy. Childish rebellion will doveh p into the lawlessness of riot and sedition. If you would ruin the child, dance to his every caprice and stuff him with confectionery. Before you are aware of it that boy of six years will go down the Htreet, a cigar in his mouth, and ready on auy corner with his comrades...

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

"?,f? C. *jrnrr~' ^ ? ?. ; " talent * ilcgisfeir || -***>|a|jr (Sonsolibaleb Sentinel QiTouember 16, 1903 & ! VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1906. NlTMTtTTT? s <X FAR FROM THE GLAR FOOTLIGI WHERE THEATRICAL FOLK ARE SPENDING THE SUMMER. ( Many Have Gone Abroad?Otli- ' era Kent By the Seashore and in the Mountains. i I I?Y L1TTELL M'CLUNO. Should an outsider?a mere lay- 1 man?walk iuto the Lambs' Club in New York, the tinest rendezvous for actors on earth, and approach a play- * er he might happetf to know with questions as to next year's plans, he would scarcely understand it if the 1 Thespian were to turn and walk way. Not long ago u youug actor who 1 had had a business talk with David ' Belasco came into the Lambs' Club, \ where Mr. Belasco, George Fawcett 1 and several other celebrities were ohattin'. Mr. Belasco introduced him . and he was made to feel perfectly at home. Iu a few minutes [be began, "In reference to our conversati...

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

2 SOME SAD FACT& Hlintl Number ;S5,<14r>; Also 1S1>,11K Ainericuus Are Pnrtiullv Sightless. 89,287 PEOPLE CANNOT HEAR. There are more blind males than females in the United States, according to the special report of the blind and deaf just issued by the Department of Commerce and Labor. In 1000 there was one blind person in every 1,200 population, or a total or 04,783. Of this number 35,G45 were totally blind and 29.118 nartiallv blind. The total number of blind males was 37,054, or 57.2 per cent, of all the blind, and the number of fomales was 27,709. This would indicate that blindness is more frequent amons males. About 05 per cent of the number became blind after they had reached the age of twenty years. About one-fourth of the persons blind from childhood were born blind. Blindness is found to bo more common among the negroes and foreign-born wiiites than among the native population. About 20 per cent of the blind at least ten years o...

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

HOW THE OTI Food Chief Expense?Stinting Family to Carry Insurance on Children?In Debt to Installment Man and Loau Shark. Washington, L>. C., July 18? liow the "other half" live in the Distriot of Columbia has been the subject of an investigation by the Bureau of Labor of the Department of Commerce and Labor, for several weeks, and the observations which the experts made have just been given to the publicNineteen families, typical of the poor throughout the United States, were selected, families that were not paupers, but to which the loss of a day's wages would have been a keen embarrassment, formed the basis of the investigation. One of the most striking deductions drawn from the investigation, is that nearly all carry life insurance. "Practically everybody was insured, except infants under one year of age, and these are uninsurable," says the report. The sentiment which prompts the poor to invest in insurance, the report continues, is akin to piety; if death should come...

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

IJ&tfcm liuies-gUg PIULISHBD EVERY THUKfi Salem Printing and C. D. DKN'l W. W. MuCLl'NU. Subscript Oue Year . .... Nine Months Six Mouths Three Mouths . . . ; . PHON 8 TIIE FARMERS OF TODAY. H In this busy world of progress, H when every effort is being put forth by inventive minds to create some H new and wonderful device for conH venience of the people, the farmer is H coming in for his share of the good things. If there's anything new under the sun he know3 of it and H usually acquires it. IIow differeut are the surroundM ings and conveniences of the farm today to those of fifty years ago. H Fifty years ago the farmer catne to Mb town in a farm wagon, aud the H family came with him. Now they H either ride in a comfortable carriage H or 011 a street car. H Then he scarcely ever got his mail H more than once a week. Now it is delivered at his door every day; then, 8 in case of sickness, he was obliged to 8 ride several miles for a physician. 8 Now he uses the telephone;...

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