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

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. My Hair is 1 Extra Long % Feed your hair; nourish it; give it something to live on. I Then it will stop falling, and will grow long and heavy. 1 Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only ] genuine hair-food you can I buy. It gives new life to the hair-bulbs. You save what ' nair you nave, and get Tnort, too. And it keeps the scalp , clean and healthy. The beet kind oi a tentittontal? [ | "Sold io rover oixty yearn." M tMo by JJO. Ayr Co.. Lowell. Bu?. yi lltvVunullKtittcrt of JLM 9 SAWSAPARILLA. i jHnjers CflCRttY PECTORAL. I i??w?immmmm ?mm SAX WONG'S TcEVERIES. (7b Iht 7'utit r*f1' 'hojtsticLs.) * My name's Sfm Wong Of the Chow Hop Tong, And me come from the Chinor-land. Me likee nice tlea, .f irst chop? 'cause me, Alle long, long day ine stand. Washeo and sclub at my laundly tnb, and me work velly hard as can be, And long comee night, my pipe me light, and me likee nice cup of tlea. * , Me homcslick some When the night-time come, And me tlinkee of my Chinee girl;...

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

IMPOR Tue? This is the beg going to write a long preamb PI EASE NATE THE 1 'phone orders will be accept* NC N. B.?Please do not Important Sale of $5,000.00 Worth of Lace Curtains Kenan Tuesday. July 17tl>, aud will continue till the last psir in disposed of. We have made larne purchases for the u?-w store ami it is oar purpo?e to no iuto the new building with au entirely new stock. Broken lots, old pairs, soiled samples, remnants, mill-ends aud traveling salesmen's samples; patterns tuat haven't sold freely; ?oiue that were soiled or mussed in displaying in store aud show windows. We can't fell you of all the bHrnaius in one single announcement. Let * few items suffice to illustrate what we have io store for you iu the way of Curtaiu values: I One, Two, and Three-Pair Lots. IH single pairs, no two alike; mostly white, a few Arabians, per pair 25c. to #4 50 Worth 50c. to $* 50. 14 pairs White, Arabian, aud Kcrue, Two pairs of each pattern; price for the two pairs 75c. to $...

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

1 1 W. C. T. U. COLUMN^ orri?'kk<t n %i.hm w. c. t. v. President.?Mrs. Mlniah Hobbs Day. A Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. F. 8. Ouupbell, Mrs. K. H Moore, Mrs. J. T. l'cnn, Mrs. K. H Martin. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Porrespondlng Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. U. Dillard. Haperlatenileato or Dspsrlments. tj. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obencbaln. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. F. S. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. N Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. H. Martin. [The Times-Riouter and Sentinel, ?t T their request. bus pieced a column at the disposal or the earnest and faithful women of the W. CJ. 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.?Kps.J " P< Change in Hour of Meeting. y< The regular meeting of Salem *'...

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

7 1 __8 THE HOME. AND ITS Ik SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS [J ANT EVENING REVERIES. ti Ol A Column I>edicated to Tired a Mothers us Tliey Join p( the Hmiiic Circle at n HveniUfC Tide. (I >11 XI ST KICS WIVCS. c lu no profession does personal e address and indiviuual popular* . ity avail for tnore than that of the minister. In no other pro* X ? _ _ .1 <\.\a n tvtn n^a louciuii ur vwmiuu uwno ? iuuu o i ^ domestic relations bo seriously j affect his success. The physician may be a thrice wedded; wi'tower in quest of a fourthly twin soul, or au exemplary ben-j*' -edict, and not lose a patient as| a result ?t" these conditions. The!?* p lawyer's life lies wholly within the walls of his office and the courtroom. The merchauts com-! . s' ?nand custom according to the excellence of their wares and' their clover way of putting them j ^ on the market. A. tailor who! . R gives a perfect fit may be ever! ho ignornant or disagagreeable I , he is sure of patronage. E...

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

$? ? l r m ?ititc6?Rraiatcr . sRl-HD(SonsoUbateb cntinrl '^JSTowembcr 16, 1003 o " f> ===^^. "VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 2G, 1906. NUMBER 0 TRAVELS IN FOREIGN A VIRGI Vomc Continued ? St. Peters And the Vatican. ITS CHURCHES AND PALACES. BY BLANCHE G. 8ILLIMAN. Just a block from us was Trajan's column, the most marvellous piece of work of its kind in the world. There is a stairway in it by which you can climb to the top. The statue of Trajan has been replaced by one of St. Peter?a curious combination, but one which has eavtd for Rome many of her antiquities, for when a pagan institution u., ni a: vuuiu uc uuupiru iu vuiioiiaii it was spared from destruction. Many, many of the smaller, churches in Home are worthy ofj much thought and study, but we could only drive to some of these and stop to see the chief treasure, lu this way we visited San l'ietro in Vinculo (to hold the chains with which he was bound in prison) and saw one of Michael Angelo'a most famou...

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

2 WOMAN'S ' WEDDING DAY Folklore of ItrideM ami ItrldcHniaidH in Furope. According to a Sussex piece of folklore, writes Thistleton Dyer, a bride, on her return home from church ,i8 often at once robbed of all the pins about her dress by her single friends around her, from the belief that whoever possesses one of them will be married in the course of a year. Similarly, th? Germans have a custom of throwing a bride's shoe amoug the guests at a weddiug, the person who succeeds in getting it being considered to have every prospect of a speedy marriage, and among the many other customs associated with the bride's shoo may be mentioned the German practice for the mother of the bride to strew salt and dill in her shoes prior to her going to the church, repeating at the same time this charm: "Dill cease not from Will Salt relax not." It is also customary for both bride and bridegroom to strew dill and salt in their shoes as a charm against every kind of malignant influence. In the northern...

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

I HIS CONQUEST. Poetry Stormed tbe Citadel, Hut Secrecy Wan Enjoined. "Why should you want to marry me?" she aeked. "Because I love you," he ^earnestly replied: "because you are the dearest little girl in the world; because 1 can never be happy without you." "But you have siid that to lots of other girls, haven't you?" "No?no, I have never eaid it to any girl but you." "Are you sure you could keep on if?if we wore to get married, thinking me the?the?what did you say I was?" "The dearest little girl in the world. Yes, I would keep on thinking you were that, even if we were married for a thousand years." "Because one is the dearest little girl in the world is no sign that she is the?the?most?oh, lot us talk about something else. Which do you like best, golf or tenuis or?" "I don't care for any of these things. I care only, for you, dear little girl. Why don't you want me to tell you so? Oh, if I could only toll you what a difference you have made to me. Before you came into my cowslip...

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

4 ? i ?.1 J$A\m $imcs-|lc(|t PUBLISHED EVERY THCKSDi" Salem Printing and I C. D. DKNIT. W. W. McCLUNU. Di'i Subseriptio One Year .... . Nine Months Six Months Three Mouths . . . ; . . PHONE h REPUBLICAN PREDICTION, That erudite and trust controlled Republican purrveyor of news, the New York Sun, in a late issue says: "The Sun craves permission to ei present its humble service to the ^ supreme powers at Uystcr liay, to p Messrs. Plat and Depew, to the L new and austere hierarchy of Odell 1 and associates, to one Frank Way- ? laud lliggins, the putative Governor of the State of New York, and ^ to all the sobcrmiudcd and self- \ respecting Republicans to whose confidence it can appeal, and with * all deference aud respect submits: "The next Governor of the State of New York will be a Democrat. p "The next Governor of the State h of New York will be the next * President of the United States." ^ Yet after all the Sun may be mis- ^ taken and the next governor of l New York may not be the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 July 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINE it- ? - - , iiiUm For that Dandruff There is one thing that will cure it?Ayer's Hair VIfcur. It is a regular scalp-medicine. It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease. The unhealthy scalp becomes healthv. Thf? HanHniff pears, had to disappear. A heaithyscalp means a great deal to you?healthy hair, no dandruff,no pimples,no eruptions. The boat kind of a testimonial ? "Sold for over sixty years." M Had* by J. C. Ayi-r Co., Lowell, Mais, yi Alao manufacturer, of jJLM J SARSAPARILLA. ixyers CHERRY PECT0RA . SAM WONG'S REVERIES. , (To the Tune of Chopstickj.) My name's Sam Wong Of the Chow Hop Tong, And me come from the Chinee land Ide likee nice tlea, First chop? 'cause me, Alle long, long day me stand, Washce and sclub at my laundly tub, an me work velly hard as can be, Ar.d long comee night, my pipe mc light and me likce nice cup of tlea. Me homeslick some When the night-time come, And me tlinkee of my Chinee girl ; Ar.d I smellce in a dream, Wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 July 1906

r> FEMININE COURAGE.1 .Just How lirave ? Women Is 1 Has Never Itecu Decided. i I Observers of human uatoie 1 alwHyt have differed rt-gardius? tl>e j precise quality of woman's courage 1 aud the standards of it* comparison . with men. It is conceded that timidity does not mean cowaYdiee always <ueither do-s nervousness. dust how ( brave the average woman is lias ? uever beeu decided, but there are | aOuu i-ut iuetauees of women who will scream and rnu?if the process of expedited locomotion In which they * cau he called running with -any accuracy?at the sight of a harm- i lees little garter snake, a mouse or a t perfectly peac-ful muley cow, who . will face a burglar; of wouieu wlio faint beholding au ordiuary Hat light * In which they have uo per-onal in * teree-, hit' will take any desperate ( chauc-H of disease ami death aud i with -teaJy bauds hiud up biooJy wounds; of women who will not go to be 1 uutil their rooms have been 3 thoroughly explored,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 July 1906

W. C. T. U. COLUMN rriCERH KALKX W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlniati Hobbe Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell, Mrs. K. K Moore. Mrs. J. T. Penn, Mrs. K. H Martin. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. ' Treasurer.?Mrs. W. II. Dlllard. Naprrlslrndrsls of Drpsrlmrnl*. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obenchaln. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. H. Martin. [Tub TlMES-REUtSTKR AND 8ENTIKBL, at their request, has placed a column at the disposal or the earnest and faithful women of the W. G. 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 naner. and mm unmmmH ? careful perusal "of" the department.?Erw. | W. C. TJh NOTES. We wonder how many members of Salem Union have noted the change in the hour of meeting from 3 p. m. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 July 1906

I 6 THE HOME. AND ilS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS- ? ANT EVENING REVERIES. h 'v ? A Column I>etile??te?l to Tired Mothers as Tliey .Join t' tlie Home Circle at t I'iWiiiiiK Title. ii f I'a.iencs aud hope makes it g easier to bear the caret ami eor- 8 ro-vso'life. 0 t .Money ami time are the heav- . ie-?c burdens of life, and the uufl happiest of all mortals are those who have more of either than ^ they know how to use. * Do today's duty, fight today's teiuptatioas. Do uoo weaken or j distract yourself looking for * ward to things you can not see, ( and could not understand if you ^ saw. ? Failure does not always mean ' weakness; it may mean strength not quite strong enough for tf e grviter task. People who at- . tetnpt nothing seldom fail. Napoleon failed at Waterloo be- ^ cause all of Europe was arrayed ^ against him. There is in this world many 8 wonderful things. Crystal riv- J ers, mountains wearing eternal ' coronets of snow, the oceans and ' and continents, the sun ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 August 1906

I.<* t "v """* | nf?r- W'T pra I cttt ?im** * %t%i^ltt -HUD- i (StonsoUbaieb Sentinel UTtooember 16, 1903 & VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 11)00. NUMBER 1(7 ? ? T TRAVELS IN FOREIGN AVIRfi Koine Contl lined ? St. Peters And the Vatican. ITS CHURCHES AND PALACES. BY BLANCHE Q. SILLIMAN. The awful expeuse of building and keeping St. Peter's led to the selling of indulgences?poyiug to sin and being exempt from punish* meut?and this led to the Reformation and to Protestantism?a protest against the iniquities of that church. It is a wouderful history. Nothing in all literature is more interesting, more exciting, more absorbing, fuller of deeper cunning, treachery, sensual wicKeuness and debauchery, robbery,wise and far-reachiug statesuiauship, religious fervor, holy piety, and intellectual and spiritual power than this history of St. Peter's. That superb dome, Hratnante's and Michael Angelo's, which Krunelleechi made possible, aud which rises above...

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

2 __ THE BLUE HOSE. : By Addison Talbot * l There is a certain something J about old clothes peculialy stim- ^ ulating?nay., even" intoxicating to the imagination. What hard- ^ ened bachelor is there who can ^ ?in the rush of dressing for din- ^ der?gaze upon a familiar pair of . socks?every fiber of their soft texture seeming to breathe forth the spirit of old associations? and beholding their beauty mar- | red their very footing under- . mined as it were, still remain j unmoved? What man is there, I j say, who can thus preceive the ravages of time upon these dainty pedal adornments and . not be affected? I once possessed a pair of love- ^ ly silken hose of a most delicate ^ blue color. As I walked forth on a clear, sunny day, it was j only necessary for me to cast down my eyes to see glimpsing j there above my shoe tops what might readily have been mistaken for a portion of the same blue sky that rested so serenely , overhead. Or if the skies were cloudy and overcast, I had but ^ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 August 1906

11 KTwoi. After All, There Is No Oceas on j For Nan'H Conceit. It is the general idea that mau is a wonderful work?a perfect work?but, as Haeckel and comparative anatomy point out, the human body in, as a matter of fact, a structure at once incomplete and redundant; a structore lacking many necessaries and crowded with superfluities, with obsolete muscles and i nerves, which have become shriveled and paralysed because there is uo louger any use for t.liom Tf i?2 nmnoinf* a kiwi* of improvements that might be made in the human body,writes a pessimist. v Take the eyes. The two eyes are very good in their way, but if there were three of them how much better it would be. If man had an eye in the back of his head,as certain insects have, he would never bo run down, never be stabbed from behind, never be kicked. Man with three eyes, could see and do twice as much as now. The hair might well be improved. It is poor stuff alongside of feathers. Look at the beautiful feather head-dresses of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 August 1906

i <$alcm (Simcs-gcji! PUBLISHED RVBKV THUKSDj* Salem Printing and F C. D. DENIT. W. W. McCLUNU. Bi> Subseriptio Oue Year .... . Niue Mouths . ..... Six Mouths Three Months PHONE Kussell Sage's body is to repose in a steel vault. His heirs will see that *oi i\r\ un aU vxr.-tfnnf inn io 11 Oiinril <m! ltlQ f 1 11VS OUV.I1 JM Vltt/VIWIl IO MV\<VI vivw HIO VI money, remarks the Washington it: Post. That is a safe bet, no doubt. ....... C( Salem's prospects were never brighter from a business standpoint, but we must nevertheless keep ham- jc Dieriog at the "iron while it is hot," and not let up on our efforts until ^ all our hopes in this direction are n] fully realized. Keep at it. p g| The Court of Appeals has decided . that the legislature had a right to elect Joseph Button as State Insur- . auce Commissioner. It is hardly probable that the Corporation Com- ^ mission will declare this decision unconstitutional. The Pennsylvania ruilroad has ...

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

f - (jj " ' " ~?y1 " ^ vrH-?i. m. \ * TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. | i Is It Own Hair? , ???? t Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can't do if? j Haven't enough hair? It must be you do not know Ayer's j Hair Vigor! Here's an intro- I duction! May the acquaintance result in a heavy growth | of rich. thick, rlossv hair! Use this splendid hair-food, ( stop your falling hair, and get ? rid of your dandruff. | ? The best kind of a testimonial ? "Sold for over sixty years." 1 M Msdo fy J. C. Ayer Co.. Lowell. Kui. JW Also manufacturers of SARSAPARILLA. s??jgr<znusMwf ?Jt CHERRY PECTORAL. SAM WONG'S REVERIES. \ (7b the Tune of Chopttickt.) ( My name's Sam Wong Of the Chow Hop Tong, And me come from the Chinee land. Me likee nice tlea, First chop? 'cause me, Alle long, long day me stand, Washee and sclub at my laundly tub, and me work velly hard as can be, And long comee night, my pipe me light, and me likee nice cup of tlea. Me homeslick some When the night-time come, And me ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 August 1906

I) VOICE OF THE SUMMER GIRL tle Me, "The eve^Umtiut; Summer She. l'ui here Kneli year, Aud alway? youug. Age 1m not written ou the page Of any of luy hu ih* Of spirit, or of looks. And pearls of praise are strung For me on plaint poets" string*. The wondrous thing* Of mu*ic, moonlight, love and flowers Are <11 ine through all the glowiug hours 'w To weave iuto a witchery that lays 1(? I -1 ? < ?.f -,.-11 IIIUIIU'1 111- mm, I-WPI IIHJB 4 >f summer time, uuil makes lueu see The ruse's radiance iu ine. The lily's languor, and asphedet. Which eiogr the story it may tell 1 command The laud, Au>l rule the waves An slaves. Up where the mount.line touch the skieB Koves iny restless euterprise; The vigil of the heart 1 keep. Meu may come sud iu-u may go. The pink of youth, the white of enow, And all Are In tuy thrall. The thrall of the Summer Girl, Oh, me. The tyrant of all tyranny. The euui of rummer men's dfstress And likewise of their happiness?...

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

W. C. T. y. COLUMN OFFH'EKIXALRM W. C. T. (T. President.?Mr*. Mtm&li Hobba Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. F. S. Campliell, Mrs. B. R Moore. Mrs. J. T. Ponn, Mrs. F. H Martin. Recording Secretary.?Mtss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. ' Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Dlllard. Nnperialendeats of Depart nientn. Bva&gelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obenchaln. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. F. 3. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Mlas Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. H. Martin. [The Tiwes-Kioisteb anp Sentinel, at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. 0. T. Uuion who will have entire charge of it, una be responsible Tor all matter therein. It promises to be an interesting feature of the paper, and we commend a careful perusal of the department.?Ens.] 8AL.O<fNS BMjST GO. KKANCRS K. WIl.IiAHP. Xilet to tbe tread of many feet, Trom ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 August 1906

I $ THE HOME AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS j ANT EVENING REVERIES. . Column l>e<ltouted to Tired < Mothers us They ?Joln i Jtlie Home Circle ut < livening Tide. A wise mother tells girls that a "career" is not half as desir- | able as a good husband. Uood wives and mothers are neeueu more man arusis, now- , ?ver groat may bo tho ministry of art. It is always the uncleanperson who charges others with uncleunness. l'ure miuds liave no room for impure thoughts. Shun him who tolls you of evil in many persons. hoys, the farm oilers every opportunity one could desire. Tho soil lies laden with riches awaiting only our efforts to extract them. Every field or farm will respond willingly to our labors if we only study that farm or field, adapt ourselves to it and care for it. Let us rally around the standard of youth, remembering that the future of of our country shall be what fier young people make it. Let ue show our fathers and mothers that t...

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