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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 August 1906

a TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL A //a/r | Dressing. 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, Ithat will feed the hair at the same time, a regular hair-food. Well-fedhair will be strong, nnd will remain where it belongs ? on the head, not on the comb! The boat kind of a testimonial ? "Sold tor over sixty years." yi Alio ra&nufaoturar* of /Jk 9 sarsaparilla. /jLi/ers ntMYPeCTORALJ I SAM WONG'S REVERIES. (7b the 7Vine of Chopttickt.) My name's Sam Wong Of the Chow Hop Tong, And me come from the Chinee land. Me likec nice tlea, First chop ? 'cause me, Alle long, long day me stand, Washee and sclub at my laundly tub, and mc work velly hard as can be, And long comee night, my pipe me light, 1 and me likee nice cup of tlea. xuc aumesiicK some When the night-time come, And me tlinkee of my Chinee girl ; 1 And I smcllee fn a dream, When my tlea go steam, &...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 August 1906

( > Wletiers. "Margaret: That in what I have called you, in my thoughts, for th<* past two weeks?ever since I learued your name?so why not put it in the letter? I know it ought to he 'My Dear Miss Evaus,' according to custom, but I want to write you the way 1 think?and the way I have not the courage to speak. Will you call me a coward when you read this? Perhaps so; and, perhaps, I am. It. will be less painful for me. 1 will not see the displeasure in your face when you have read this letter as 1 would if 1 should tell you and look into your eyes? niul ir would hurt Tlmf. is whut I am afraid of, Margaret Evans ?lor I love you and I've got to let you know it in this coward's way, because my love is great and seeks expression. 1 am no longer stroug enough to hold it back. Hut I couldn't toll you this and see your face grow grave with disappointment and regret that I had spoiled a wholesome friendship but to bring upon you an unpleasant task. Perhaps you wouldn't ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 August 1906

W. C. T. U. COLUMN. OKFK'llKS SAI.I'.n W. V. T. IT. i President.?Mr*. Mlmah llobbn Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. K. 8. Campbell, Mrs. 3 K. K Moore. Mr*. J. T. I'eiin. Mrs. P. H Martin. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. . Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. 1 Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. IHllard. NnprrlairntlrntN of Department*. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenchaln. Flort-noe Crlttontoii Home.? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. ? Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. It. Whltescurver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. H. Martin. [Thk Timks-Kkoibtir ako 8kwtinki., at their request, has placed a column at the dispotal of the eurnest and faithful women ] of the W. O. T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for alt mat- f ter therein It promises to bo an interesting feature of the paper, and we commend a carenu p?rusmi 01 tut? urjwriuicuv.?e?i?.j . ?- i THE IIM5AL. CITY. Whatmakes the city great and strong? Not architecture's graceful st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 August 1906

JJ 8 THE FAMILY CIRCLE SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS AND EVENING REVERIES. i A Co I it in 11 t>o<Jtcated to Tlreil Mothers as They .loin The Home Circle. There are many good seimiug tnen who, if all their day's feeling* and thoughts were to be suddenly developed iuto acts, visible to the eye, would run from themselves, as men iu earthquakes run from the liery gapings of the ground, and sulphurous cracks that open the wuv to the uncooled center of perdition. We should bear tiie burdens of life cheerfully. It is wrong to cultivate discontentment when we could enjoy peace and happ iness. Some people look on the dark side of every picture, and thereby lose the beauty of today's sunshine in anticipating the dark clouds of tomorrow.? .Lot us rather catch the sunshine and weave its golden threads into a fabric of life, and when the night of sorrow sheds its gloom around us those threads of treasured sunshine will make our sadness less. We should meet our troubles with a w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 August 1906

? " I -HUD- ^ ?onsolibctleb S'rtrtitm Hlouembcc 16, 4903 * I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VI KG IN1 A7~TH U KSDAY, AUGUST 30, U>U(i. NUMBER 14 HE RESCUES THE FALLEN. The fuct that Mr. Charles N. Critteutou, the wealthy New Yorker, is to be one of the chief speakers at the Salem Pentecostal meeting beginning September 21st, will make the following article about him of peculiar interest to our people at thia time. It is from the peu of George T. B. Davis, and appeared in a recent issue of the Rain's Horn: "Few men in the United States have done a more lasting work for the uplifting of our country than Mr. Charles N. Critteutou. Through his untiring persoual efforts, and through the sixty-five homes for the -fallen he has opened during the lact twenty years, tens of thousands of girls aud women have beeu rescued from lives of sin aud shame. The story of how Mr. Orittenton began his work for the women of the street is a touching one. It was boru as the result of a great sorrow. (He tell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 August 1906

r STORY TOO MUCH : FOR CROVER. Tucker's AucedoteCausetl Clove lain! To Fall Out of Chair? Cost Virginian Seat On I'. S. Supreme Bench. The voracious appetite of the reader for aucedotes of famous men calls for a constant supply, and they furnish the newspaper humorists the foamy crest which tops the heavy colums of tumultuous editorial. We laugh at a dude or dandy who alips upon an icy pavement and quickly looks around to see if any one saw him; or at an absurb extreme, as when an editor, describing the gifted Or. Holland's passion for music, said that he would loan money to a man on the collateral notes of an accordion. We laugh at an unlooked-for accident that is absurd, especially when it happens to a big, fat statesman with unbending dignity, as when Grover Cleaveland glided out of his chair upon the floor in a fit of laughtor over a story related by John Randolph Tucker, of Virginia, at a dinner given by the president's then Secretary of State, Thos. F. Bayard. The accident pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 August 1906

ODD VIRGINIA LAWS </Oiirt lteKiiluted Price of Drink ami Lodging Kates. During one of his last lecture tours through old Virginia, Mr. Harry Ellard was in a small town called Fincastle, which is the 1 county seat of Botetourt, county, and there gave a talk to the Confederate Veterans' association of that place. He met a number of irontlnrnnn who were.' connected with the court house and who allowed him access to all of the records of the county. On looking back nearly 140 years he came across a curious order of the court which he copied and which is as follows: Be it remembered, in the county of Botetourt,on Tuesday, the thirteenth day of February, 'in the tenth year of the reign of our sovereign King George the Third, by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, and in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and seventy, in the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, that the court orders that the surveyor of Botetourt county do lay off two and one-h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 August 1906

4 ?imcs-gc^! PUBLISHED KVKRY THUKSDj Salem Printing and 1 C. D. DKNIT, W. W. McCLUNU. Bu Subscriptic One Year .Nine Mouth** Six Mouths ...... Three Mouths PHONE "If you had a hundred millions in money what would you do with it?" a queries the Richmond Evening Jour- n nal. We'd quit work and try to a spend it. n ? e Notwithstanding the weather, in y this country we have niauy things to ii be thankful for. For instance, that g] we are out of reach of those devilish a Russian bomb-throwers. o n A Populist State convention was called to meet in Georgia on Tues- u( day, and when it assembled there y( were just nine delegates on hand.? Qj And that is the home of the great k. Populist statesman, Tom Watson, :1 t0?- _ w The weather sharps, it is said, are puzzled to account for the recent heavy rain falls. The Great Ruler " of everything, including the weather, ^ is only demonstrating to them that they, like other folks, have a few ^ things to learn yet. n . le According to reports the Stan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 August 1906

TIMES REGISTER AMD SENTINEL. S. & W. ?c)icd?(? lor Haleni. Ki?'. l>e'jo<1. Wrrt Hound. No. 1H-12 *21'. M. No. 10?6.98 A.M. No. 4?12.42 " No. 41?5 28 " No. 14- 1*4 " No. 1?943 " No. 2?7 00 " *No. 3?142 P M. ?No. 42?11 87 " No. 17-4 62 " *No. 10?U09 '' No 13-M1 " *6topsonly wh?n tlasr^d 8AM WONG'S REVERIES. (Tb thf 'Punt of Chopihc!;*.) ' nir-y^i J R ^~i My name'6 Sam Wong Of the Chow Hop Tong, And me come froir the Chiiire land. Me likce nice tlea, First chop ? 'cause me, Allc long, long day me stand. Washee and sclub at my.!aundly tub, and me work Telly herd 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 coma, And me tlinkee of my Chioee girl; And I smellee fn a dream, When my tlea go steam, Those fields whore the tlea leaves cullAlice samce tlea, Iiket used to be ? for it'a CHASE A SANBORN brand, And my pipe rne light, and mi rest comec night, and dream of my .Chinee lacd. Ph...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 August 1906

f> STORY QC WITCH ^ 1 al Tratlo Tulo ol' (irave Slierwoixl, ('( si ItrwitcliiiiK Heuuty, Who di \V sis 1 >iickc?d itixl I iiiprisoned ^ T?(i Hundred Years A^o?jt< [Many Legends Still Survive, Hi i BY WIM.IAM WOMAN. Norfolk, Va., August 22.? Nowadays the only witchcraft' charged against women who L are young, beautiful and of 1 sympathetic hoart is the subtile L witchery of their loveliness. ( Two eeuturies ago, however, the j good farmer folic of Princess L Aune county, Va., thought dif- . ferently. In l?Of?, after Salem v Witchcraft and Witch's Hill had passed into history, they imprisoned Grace Sherwood on t a charge of witchcraft and subjected her foi* many months to ^ indignities of every sort. Mauy t of the decondants of the people ( living in Princess Anne county ^ at that time who are now living on the same spot believe her to j have been guilty of witchcraft. ? Surviving the lapse of two centuries, through somewhat , faded, we still have the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 August 1906

I W. C. T. U. COM OrriCKKNNALF.M IF. . T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. K. 8. Campbell, Mrs. B. H Moore, Mrs. J. T. Penti, Mrs. F. H Martin. Kecordlng Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. 1J. Dillard. NopcrluleiMleata or lltparluieiits. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Ubenohaln. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flcwer Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Press Kuperlnteudent.?Mrs. F. H. Martin. TThk Timks-Kkoistkr anp Bkntinki.. at their request, hits placed a column at 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 mattar therein. It procaines to be an interffding feature of the paper, and we commend a careful perusal of the department.?Bos.] IP WE HAD BUT A BAY. ' "We should 1111 the home with the sweetest things, If we had but a day! We should drink alou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 August 1906

. 8 THE FAMILY CIRCLE^ ti SOYIE CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS d AND EVENING REVERIES. I h A Column I>e?llout*Ml t? Tired s Mothers as Tliey .loin a Tlie Homo Circle. u v YOUR KKWAHI). a r . 11 it you tontfer seeds hIous; Too rieh and fertile ground, Tilt) others harvest where you've I sowu 1 When golden (.'rain is found, 0 Ami claim the uiugs rich and ^ r>t re When iraruered in their store. The Lord will know at harvest time Who scattered seeds before. 1 If you should strike a sweeter cord Upon some tuued heart string*. And though they vibrate round the world And music sweeter rings From sea to sea, from pole to pole And across the ocean wide, EVtt tho't were kings the honor claimed Could not the right oue hide. I f you cau ease some troubled heart, However pained your own. Or bring some joy where sorrow dwells. To cast away its gloom; No need for prats* long and loud. The Iiord, he kuows it all. And on the day of your reward He kuows on whom to call. Taae courage, then...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 September 1906

9fl Salem ?imes Reaioter I -hird- ^ i ?onsolibaleb ^ j|[ Jl^y ^0t><Jm*MJ* *6' i90^ * I Volume 4i. salem, Virginia, Thursday, September g, im. number i:? i BRYAN'S OVATION. New York City en IVIa8?e Greeted Great Nebraskan. ADDRESSES 20,000 PEOPLE IN MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. One of the most impressive ovations are v teocle^ja to A merican 1 ? wtj.' .a was that accorded to William Jennings Bryan in New* Vor& last Thursday as a welcome upon his return from his trip around the world. Not only did New York city? which was to Mr. Bryan ten years ago "the enemy's country"?turn out practically en masse to see and cheer the great Nebraskan, but thousands of his enthusiastic admirers, who came in delegations and indivi(lnullv_ \vf>r*? llmrc from iliotiiiit States to welcome to hia native land the man whom they declare will be the next President of the United Statea. At night Mr. Bryan responded to the greetings in a powerful speech in Madison Square G...

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

2 TOO MUCH !' BIG CHICK"!' In an address at the thirtyfifth annual session of the American Fisheries Society at Grand Rapids, Mich., recently, editor Andrew Price, of Martinton, W. Va., on the game and fish laws, among other things, said: "A sporting gentleman from the North came down to my: country last summer, and saw a lot of saw mills cutting lumber 1 and he went liouie and railed at t us for destroying timber and i making a living Ho said we ] were worse than tho Indians: I that the Indians would not do < this; that the Indians had more < regard for game aud lish. Our i reply to him was that tho ludi- t ans do not do many things?did < not wash before breakfastamoug < others?and that we refused to i be guided implicitly by them. ? Polluted streams follow civiliza tion as a matter of course. It is 1 a provision of nature for tho 1 cleansing of the country and the I health of the people depends up- < on it. 1 Probably tho most...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 September 1906

JESSE JAMES' SON A LAWYER J esse James, sou of the old Missouri outlaw of that name, is now a full-Hedged lawyer at 'Kansas City, Missouri. Last vrinnt.h litt iinnnoil aiippoaafnl uv. amination before the State Board of Examiuers. In a claws of thirty-seven, Jesse James stood lirst. His average in all branches was 91 per cent. Honry Ashley, chairman of the Board of Examiners, said after the examination that Jesse James had the brightest legal mind of any young man who had ever uppeared before the board. Jesse James is a self-made man. He was handicapped as few boys are. The son of an outlaw, he was left an orphan at six years of age, without ' money and with the heritage of a bad home. Soon after the burial of his father, his mother came to Kansas City and made a living for herself and two children by sewing. Jesse went to school until he was twelve yoars old, when he decided that he was old enough to work for his mother. One Sunday he saw the following advertisement in a newspaper:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 September 1906

I 4 Jblem (Jiiucs-gct PUBLISHED EVERY THUH! Salem Printing and C. D. DBS W. W. McCLUNU. Subscript Dm* Year .... . N!ut> Mouths ..... Six Month* Tlirec Month* ..... . H CJ IN What can C. A. Heirmaus want with a Ropublicau nomination for Congress in this district? Is there any fun, honor or profit in having it said that "he also ran?" Mr. Bryan may not receive as largely attended reception at Radford on the loth as was given him in New York, but we risk nothing in promising him that it will be fully as enthusiastic. The local department has "knocked out" the editorial space in today's issue, aud wo guess it was a square deal to allow it. Much ado is being made iu some quarters about the attitude of Mr. Bryan in favor o! government ownership of the groat railway systems, aud certain Democratic statesmen aud newspapers are hastening to avow their opposition to this Hnrtrirm nt. thrt smiiim tiirm nv pressing the opinion that Mr. Bryan has thereby injured his chanceB for the Pr...

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

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. |] N. & W. Schedule lor Salem. T East BvdiuI ' West Hound. No. IN?111 32 1*. M. No. 10?5.0d A.M. No 4?12.42 " No. 41?5 2* " No. 14? 1 04 " No. 1?0 43 ' No. 2? 7 00 " No. 3?4 42 P.M. No. 42-11 37 ' No. 17?4 52 " |h No. 10?11 80 No 13?5.01 " ?tops only when tln&t'ri 8l in SAM WONG'S REVERIES. (7V> tkr Tune of Cho/itlicks.) a jjj My name's Sam Wong Of the Chow Hop Tong, c) And me come from the Chinee land. ^ Me likee nice tlea, First chop ? 'cause me, ^ Alle long, long day me stand, f( Washee and sclub at my laundly tub, and me work velly hard as can be, And long cornee night, my pipe me light, j and me likee nice cup of tlpa. Me homcslick some . When the night-time come, And me tlinkcc of my Chinee girl ; And 1 smellec In a dream, _ When my tlea go steam, Those field3 where the tlea leaves curlAllee samee tlea, likee used to be ? for it'9 CHASE & SANBORN brand, And my pipe me light, and me rest comec night, an...

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

HUSBANDS. LOVE YOUR WIVES BY 8. N. MVANN. There is scarcely a more <11rect command in God's Word than this, and perhaps few that are more grievously violated. If the husband loves his wife he cannot make of her a drudge upon whom every unpleasant casK is snuteu. it ne loves tier, | he will respect and honor her as his helpmeet, and not as one whose highest duty is to contribute her strength, her energy and even her person to his ease and pleasure. If husbands would love their wives as God directs, tlie wife as a rule would find it an easy ta?k to obey. Easy because it would be her delight to anticipate the wish of ner husband aud to do everything reasonable tor his good. "Love your wives" means so much that it not only brings the very host possible out of them, but it also causes the husband to make his commands light and easy to be obeyed. ' "Love your wives, even as Christ also loved the Church aud gave himself for it." The Church, Christ's own body, those for whom He d...

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

W. C. T. D. COLUMN OFFH F.HN NALKJI W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mtmati HoWis Day. Vice-President*.?Mrs. V. 8. Campbell, Mrs. K. H- Muor?, Mrs. J. T. 1'cnn, Mrs. F. H Martin. Recording Secretary,? Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary O. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Dlllard. Sii|m>rlHtrn)l?-bl? of Itepwrtmeut*. Evangelism and Almsliouso.?Mrs. C. R. Ubenchaln. Florence Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Mlas Carrlo Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. It. Whlteacarver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. H. Martin. [Tub Timk9-Kboi8T*h am> Sentinki,. at their request, bus placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. <5. 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 carefdl perusal of the department.?Eos.j Perhaps it is due the fact that materialism is so dominant in 20th century ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 September 1906

r 8 - THE FAMILY CIRCLE.^ w SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS AND EVENING REVERIES. Tu ri A Column Dcdicitteil to Tired tt< Mothers us They .Join si The Home Circle. di di THE LIUIIT AT HOME. II The light at incur! how bright it lieatUS 1 When evening shades arouod us fall, xv Aud from the lattice far it gleams, \\ To love. atid rest ami cotufort call! q When wearied with the toils of day? ? The strife f>>r glory, gold or fauie. How sweet to seek the quiet way, Where loving lips will li?t our name, f"1 Around the light at home. tl The light at home! how still and 11 sweet It peeps from yonder cottage door? The weary laborer to greet? When the rough toils of day are o'er! {dad is file soul that does not know The hleseiugs that its beams iui- u part? tt, The cheerful hopes and joys that How j( Aud lighten up the heaviest heart, Arouud the light at home. a li a 'Oirle, don't marry the young n cnau who leaves his mother to g find her way home as best she cau on ...

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