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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 August 1906

_ vjf ^adUw ?ittti& ^ ??nsoti^?tcb /^3Toucmb<?t l6^1903 * ? ? *i 4M '\ ?__ VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, TlLURSttAY, AUGUST !>, 15)0(5. NUMBER II __ I ^iiWdt I **. TRAVELS IN FOREIGN AVIRC Naples ami Vesuvius?Capri ami the Itlue tirotto?I'ompeti uml Vlrgil'n Tomb. : \.v TVS j$ft Rouia at l, f>. ui. on New fear's (lay id the bright sunshine, haviug received one New Year's call and paid one before leaving. We had specially tried to avoid the far-famed and much dreaded Roman cough, but it wa- my fate to take it during the last few days, and it became much worse towards evening, en route to Naples. Fortune 'favored us, however. Just acrosa from us in the railway carriage sat two trained nurses from Paris. They not only noticed the malady but suggested and furnished a remedy which ill a few Uays reiieveu it entirely. We reached Naples for dinner and had a beautiful room in the Hotel Santa Lucia, looking over the beautiful bay in the distunce. Na...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 August 1906

2 DESPERATE SUICIDE.0 i Man Hxplosivc From IIIh Neck Au<l Was Blown To Bits. Graham I). Gibbs.an employe C of the Santa Fe Railroad, com1 I mitted suicide a few days ago at Wellington, Kan., by blowing himself up with dynamite in front of the Wellington National Hank in the town's main thoroughfare. Despondenceoverthe unhappy j outcome of a love affair is given as the cause in a farewell note. About 5:30 o'clock Gibbs, car- ^ rying a bulky package under his arm, stopped in front of the j bank, suspended the parcel from his neek hv menns of a oord. and then he struck a match and ap- j plied the ilame to the end of a fuse. There was a wild scurry for cover, the few persons near divining what was about to happen. As the fuse burned toward the packing that lay against his breast people looked on from a safe distance, paralyzed by the . horror of it. Closer and closer , burned the fuse, until it had disappeared under a corner of the newspaper covering of the package, and a wis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 August 1906

TrnHF Quaint Indian Tradition Based On Virginia Dare, of Raleigh's Lost Colony. "The White Doe of Roanoke Island," a poetical tradition of the South, based as many of them are, on Indian legend is to take dramatic form at the -Jamestown Exposition next year. rfi i kiulu. tv >? ? * * .mo ?iuiMj ui?f, wnicn tea the herd of deer on Roanoke Island until it was slain by a silt ver arrow, was uoue other than the bewitched spirit of Virginia Dare, the first white child born of English parents on the soil of North Americn. Had R vleigh's colony on the island remaiued there until the white men had obtained a permanent foothold on American soil, Roanoke Island and not Jamestown would be very properly regarded as the cradle of the American nation. Rut Raleigh's colony vanished entirely from human view, and with it "Virginia Dare, who, according to legend, was afterwards transformed by witchcraft into a beautiful white doe, which for a time roamed over the island as a leader of a her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 August 1906

4 alcm iimes-^lcgi PUBLISHED EVERY THURSD Salem Printing and C. D. DEN IT W. W. McCLUNO.'Hl Subscriptic One YeRr Nine Month* oix aiouiut* ...... Three Months ...;.. PHONE WILL .HAKE TilEAI ItE GOOD. ] The Corporation Commissioner* have issued an order to the railroads < providing that they shall maintain telephones in their offices where regular telephone lines are established and require all their agents to ans- * wer comprehensively and politely all questious from the public concern- < ing business with the road. The 1 order requires "that each and every ? railroad company in the Commonwealth shall forth and by not later than the first day of September, 1900 comply fully with the requirements : of the statute" providing for the es- i tablishment of telephones in the offices of every railroad depot or station, and further requiring that the railroads shall instruct their agents to preserve the more important rules , of politeness and courtesy in answering tele...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 August 1906

1 ' I TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. I IMNudUJ I My Hair is Scra I Do you like it? Then why p be contented with it? Have | to be? Oh, no! Just put on i Ayer's Hair Vigor and have 1 long, thick hair; soft, even .] hair. But first of all, stop your hair from coming out. | . Save what you have. Ayer's J ' Hair Vigor will not disappoint S j you. It feeds the hair-bulbs; I | mai.es weak hair strong. ^ Hk.'.i i -? ? .xuiu <ji n ? " SciO ior o^er Rixty yz.i.re,.'' D i *r?<*x-t -w^MUflMKWGAunMKraMuHBaMM . /Z ?&d?by J".C. Aycr Co.. ZioweU, ZZ-: s. u jflft Alto XLianufcoturero of { ~ oJL SARSAPAPltiA. | , \?jLh6TS Sunnxnui. I . P III I ?IIWI ! ? ?i ? III II \ GO TO TIIK STATE FA IK. The Virgiuia State Fair Association vrhich was organized iu Richmond about a year ago, will hold its llrst annual state fair begiuniug October . Nth, The dates beiug the Si, 10, 11, 12, I aud 13th. Duriug the nights of the fair the Richmond Horse Show will be iu i full swing, promis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 August 1906

f () DISASTER IN THE BELL TELEPHONE RANKS. M Statistics show there are fewer L failures among independent telephone companies than among ^ national banks. The independents had only one conspicuous crash. Several years ago, when t he Kveret-Moore Street Car Syndicate, of Cleveland, wont to | smash, a group of independent telephone companies, which it controlled in Cleveland, Columbus, and other places (five in all), was carried dowu. Hut these companies have since been rehabilitated, and they are marching on to success with the rest of the independent procession. The trust, on the other hand, tias 8unered ino most tremendous losses. Three of its greatest companies, the Central Union, the Erie, and the Michigan have been ruined. The Central Union, with a capital stock of $0,000,000 outstanding, was one of the greatest money-makers of the trust, before competition began. This -company paid its last dividend, I per cent, in 1800. Its stock fhas been cut in half, and in the 'last ten yea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 August 1906

W. C. T. U. COLUMN; OI'FU'EKN NALEM W. C. T. V. d a President.?Mrs. Miinali Hobbs Dny. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. K. 8. Campbell, Mrs. " E. It Moore, Mrs. J. T. Peuu, Mrs. F. >1 i. Martin. u IKecordlnK Secretary.?Miss Mnr>' Strickland, a Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. C Treasurer.?Mrs. W. II. DIUard. jj Nnperlatenilrata or Dtpsrlmrnls. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obencbaln. fi rivivuuv i nvwiiwii iiuuiv. ? r. o. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. g( Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. 11. Martin. p d TThk Timks-Kbuistkk and Sentinel. at r their request, has placed a column at the c disposal of the earnest and faithful women c of the W. C. T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all mat- a ter therein. It promises to be an interesting feature of the paper, and we oommend a ? careful perusal of the department.?Ens,] q 8 BENJAMIN AND HIS BOUQUETS. d p Julia F. Deane, Ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 August 1906

I 8 FOlt r LI2W IS NOT JOS. Mr. and Mm. O-'leniuu. who live ut tileuvnr Sratiou, returned from Peuu- ' sylv.inU several d<vs ago, wherv they ^ were called by telegram announcing the death of Mr. Ooleiuau's father. 0 We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family of Mrs. LUlie (t ir.luer. whose death occurred last ' week. She will he sadly nursed from r our midst as ?die was h member of Fort Lewis church, a consecrated * Christian, uud loved bv all who kuew ' her. May our b'eseed Savior comfort her loved ouph in their sad atllictiou. K"v P. H. Che|f,wile uud II<tte sou. 1 of Koauoke, spent several d-?vs Inst week vlsitiug Mr uud Mr.-. \\\ A. ' Vest at (jieuv&r Tower. Mrs. Trout, of Koauoke, is via'ting her daughter. Mrs. M. E. Medley. Mrs. J. W. 1'olT is visiting relatives j ' in Floyil county. Mister James Thomas ami little ' sister, Naomi, spent Sunday with Lewis and Ethel Vest, at the Tower. ' Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Marsh returned to their hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 August 1906

CSLonsolibctleb Sjettiitijei QHoucmbcr i6, 1903 <> % VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1906. NUMBER 12 A SHREWD PAIR Men Who Operated in Virginia ami North Carolina KxteuHlvely ami Fleeced Many Wholesale tirocors Now Servinj; Sentences in Atlanta Federal Prison. Washington, Aug. 11.?For using the United States mails to defraud th wholesale grocery Firms throughout the country, A. Donaldson and J. B. Powell, two notorious swindlers, are now serving terms in the Atlauta penitentiary. For over a year previous to their arrest and conviction, Donaldson and Powell conducted a rather unique scheme to obtain money through fraudulent meaus, and the successful efforts of the postal authorities in putting an end to their operations will undoubtedly result in saving to a number of wholesale grocery houses large sums of money. Donaldson and Powell began business at Smithfield and Newport News, Va., under the ffrm name of F. H. Carr & Co., as whole...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 August 1906

2 WHAT I SEE IN A PACK Of CARDS Only a pack of curds, is it any harm to play them? Lot mo turn fortune toiler a little while, and tell you what I see in cards. Tho lirst card is a diamond. I eoe a boy leaving home; he has a good position offered him in a large city store, with a prospect of rising higher aud higher, until Motrin <1jiv nnrhana hit mnv ho coino a partner in the firm. How bright his prospect; and how bright his eves sparkle as in imagination ho boos himself the junior partner. He is received with a warm welcome in social circles, is fine looking, drosses tine, and is a great favorite with tho ladies. He is invited to all their card parties, and is successful in carrying off many a prize. Then he begins to argue with himself: "If I can win theso prizes, why not play for money? Why wait , years for hard oaruod woalth, when I might win as much in a few nights?" Led on by his companions, ( and the dazzle of diamonds, he , outers the gambling den. He wins, loses,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 August 1906

I BILL'S IN TROUBLE. I've got a letter, parson, from nty hou out west, an' my ol' hoart is heavy ae au anvil in luy breast To think the boy whose future I had once so nicely planned, should wander from the right aud come to such au end. 1 tol' him when he left up, only three t short years ago, he'd find him self a plowing in a mighty crooked row; He's missed his father's counsel aud his mother'* prayers, too; but he said the f*rui was hateful, uu' he gutbsed he'd have to go. I know there's big temptation* for a youngcter in the city, but I believed our Hilly had the courage to resist An' when he left I warned him of the everwaitin' snares that lie like hidden serpents in life's pa'h way every where'*, But Billy he promised faithful to be careful an' allowed tliat'd make u* mighty proud. But is seems a* how my oounoel sort o'faded from his mind, and now he's got in trouble of the very worstest kindi His letters came bo seldom that I somehow sort o' knowed that Billy was a trampin' on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 August 1906

_4 J^lero Iimes-|U0 FUUL1SHB1) EVERY TIIUKS Salem Printing and C. D. DEN I \V. W. McCLUNO. I Subseripti Oue Year ... . > iue Months ..... Six Mouth* Three Mouth* ..... PHONI TIIK TIDEWATER'S POSITION. It is now definitely settled that neither Salem nor Koanoke will get the shops of the Tidewater railroau, nor will they be located anywhere in this section. That much we are able to state on the authority of Mr. Raymond Dul'uy, general manager of the Company, who made the statement last week to Messrs. J. E. Graham, R. W. Kiuie, O. L. Stcarues e8 and Chas. I>. Denit, in the capac ity of a committee from the Salem Hoard of Trade, who visited him in Norfolk in the interest of this place. Mr. DuPuy was most cordial to the committee, and said that he and his associates really regretted that it was impossible to put the shops and other adjuncts of the road here; that they thoroughly appreciated the spirit of the visit and the attitude t hat Salem had displayed to the r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 August 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. I Whe the Hair Falls 4 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 Aver's Hair Vipor. It makes the scalp healthy. The hairg | stays in. It cannot do any-J Y. thing else. It's nature's way. I 8 The best kind of a testimonial ? B "Bold for over sixty years." E iiiiwibw?<|is<iii|?m mnii" ?i ''A A Mado by J. c. Ayor Co., Lowell, Man. || tj /S Also laaiiuffcoturora of [ K ^ ^ ' SARSAPAR1LLA. H a* \2 A. -A %^3 he" B %J CHERRV PECTORAL. S > SAM WONG'S REVERIES. (7b the Tune of Chopsticks.) 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 aclub 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...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 August 1906

<) i THE PLATFORM 1 VINDICATED. "Hrim Full of Socialism and Anarchy**?Hut The (Jliiongo I'latlorm Still Lives. Everyone, of course, remembers the hated "Chicago l'latfortn." It was adopted by the Democratic national convention at Chicago in 18D?>. From the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the lakes to the gulf it was denounced as the product of anarchists and the candidates who htoo>l upon it and the men who gave them support were pointed to by Republican leaders h? men who would stain the national honor. One distinguished supporter of the Republican ticket characterized the "Chicago Platform" as "a bundle of popul:stic notions saturated brim full of socialism and anarchy. Rut the "Chicago Platform" still lives, and it is no exaggeration to say that in its essential priueipales it stands vindicated in the court of public opinion. Read your "Chicago Platform" in the light of present day happenings. The "Chicago Platform" resisted "the tendeucv of self...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 August 1906

W. C. T. U. COLUMN orrn'Kiis w. v. t. it. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell, Mrs. K. It Moore, Mrs. J. T. Ponn, Mrs. F. H < Martin. Kecordlng Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. * Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. j Ferguson. , Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Dillard. I Wnperlntendeut* of Department*. | Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. . Obcnchaln. ' Florence Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. F. 8. i Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. ' Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. It. Whltescarver. j Kress sui'erinicuuens.?jirs. r . tt. jiiariiu[Tiik Timks-Kkoistir and Skntinri., at their request, bus placed a column nt the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. O. T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and Irresponsible for all matter therein. It promises to bean interesting feature of the paper, and we commend a careful perusal of the department.?Kns.J The regular meeting convened in the W. C. T. U. room Thursday, the !)th, and transacted...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 August 1906

I $ ; Tfi[ HOME AND IT SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS J AND EVENING REVERIES. , ? ' I A Column OedicMtod to Tireil , .Mothers us They .loin , The Home Circle. I I Untidiness i* something that h -every ^irl should beware of. H'<r personal appearance is , mitied by it, her chances ofj, success arodiminished bv it;and oftentimes borne life is made al- b tm?<t intolerble by the presence j . -of one untidy person. ( 1 \ doe* not take wealth to ere- ( ate a home, neither does it take i t riches to make a girl good to look at, but it, take-* that indescribable charm of neatness. It is' virtue, and if a girl possess it to a. high degree she can surpass many a girl of wealth in style; and appearance and that, too,on .asmall income. Every fastidious woman loves dainty tilings, buti unless she knows how to take' ca re of them they will not look . so long. Have we not all met the gen tie, kindly, good-natured woman, who takes life serenely and simply, who reaches out after happ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 August 1906

5. v^;< sH W ? *??*** ^jettfltijel '" ?* if VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, Al'GUST 23, I!>0(;. NITMKI.-B 7~ N. & W. GREAT i EST BOND ISSUE, At Rloctilit? In Roanoke Stock holder* Will Vote on l*iun To Authorize 000,000. INCREASED FACILITIES FOR ROAD I Notice has been issued by the Norfolk and Western Railway company that, after the annual meeting of stockholders, a special meeting will be held at Roanoke, Va., 011 October 11, at which stockholders will be asked to authorize an increase oi common stock of $34,000,000, increasing the capital from $<>G,000,000 to $100,000,000. They will also be asked to vote on a proposal tc issue convertible bonds of the company not to exceed $4,000,000, the bonds'to be convertible into common slock, and to contain such provision as mav be authorized bv the board Iof directors. Increase Facilities to Meet New Hnsiness. "When questioned about the proposed stock increase Norfolk and Western ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 August 1906

2 SI KISSED I THE CRASS.j It Was the First Time the City; Child Had Ever Walked Oil j it. Pathos and humor, comedy and tragedy, are brought close together through the work oft the Tribuue fresh air fund.) Watching a happy child pinyIM *% iU A A.\ll r? f I iu>( i" i j i i flowers, phasing butterflies, pa<i-] cllirtjf iu brooks Or yelling him-1 self hoarse in tho wild cxcito-1 rnent of a base ball game, one is! likely to forget that behind himj the boy may have loft; conditions j in strong contrast with his pros-" out surroundings. This is not always the case, for sometimes the pathetic touch is carried! oveu into the country, and the caretakers are reminded that they are dealing with children who have had few of the joys and luauy of the sorrows of life. Seated in ouo of tho cars on the way to the country the other day with a Tribune fresh air party was a little girl, scarcely 10 years old. A cheap black dress covered her frail little body, and this, together wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 August 1906

THE CORNER OF A HEART. Ml Oue corner of her girlish heHrt she ( yielded 11 ret to iue, ^ And halted there, because the reet was occupied, you see, By tenants who were kin to licr, and . . who, as you'll divine, ? Through having dwelt there many ' years had stronger claims than ^ mine. A .. nn??u.,|nl, - tl.u ... Cr" AO Dll^tl V vvuvrooivu c vu np lllio U1VCI ^||| proud whs I to win, Aud with afTectlou closely packed, I .. , managed to move Id; . Yet soon I t'ouud the quarters crauip- ^ eil, aud wbh h wwcr's art. I coaxed ?ud added to that corner of .. her heart. ha I quite forget which oue it was my gel spr-ad of love displaced? bis If Cousiu JoIiu'h or Uncle Will's I'n heart-lodgings were effaced 'J By this de iguiug move of mine. Hut lea someone, it is plaiu, " Lost out while I whs winning the ex- be< pansion of doinnlu. Wl Aud yet, the corner thus enlarged son had held me but a day go When, "Someone's got to move!" I ed vowed, "we're in each other's p .< WRj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 August 1906

' X 4 iliuie0-|Ugi PUIILISHBD EVBKY TIIUKSl Salem Printing and C. D. DENI1 W. W. McCLlTNU. ? Subscripts Que Year ...... Nine Mouth* Six Month* Three Mouth* PHONE T. l 11. .1 I i ueru ics iruuuit1 uuwu in vyiiuit again. Guess sensible folks will stand back and let 'em light it out this time. "Mr. Rockefeller insists that he loves his native land," says the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot. Well, he can afford to; it doesn't cost anything, you know, and it has been so generous with him. The Republicans of Illinois must think the g. o. p. is on its last legs sure enough. They have endorsed Speaker Cannon for President, aud he is old enough to be retired on a p2nsion, even for political service. The Bryan band wagon is Ailing up so rapidly that the lllinais Cannon doesn't affect at all the music of the inarching hosts on their way to welcome the matchless leader to his native heath. The Washington Post of yesterday had a long editorial on "Politic il Corruption in Canada." It could have found ma...

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