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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 September 1906

. *^ ^2fe. Salem ?iwc0 Heaisiev -HIRE)- ^ (Stonsolibaleb 'UTioucmbcr 19, 1903 * ' Mill I III I _ VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 190(i. NUMBER hi ' GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS. What Is Happening At The Nation's Capital City. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, D. C.. ) September 11, 1900. J Compositoia in the Government Printing Office ure struggling with the three hundred words in the reformed spelling ordered by the President, and ure painfully unlearning to Bpeli the ones which ninny of them were originally thrashed into learn?ing. After many years' effort they had learned to recognize and differ- 1 entiate "thorough" and "through" at a glance and the sequence of "e'a" and "i's" in such words "their" and "friend" had become mechanical , with them, and now at one fell swoop this part of their education is undone and at a time when learning new tricks is a serious matter, they are compelled to take to the spelling book again. The lamentation? are loud and dee...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 September 1906

> MATRIMONIAL COMPANIONSHIP There is u large class of youug women coming into active life, chiefly those who have received a college educatiou, who < insist that should they ever conclude to consider the <iuostion of matrimony at all, it must bo , on a basis of complete intellectual sympathy and companionship with their husbands. In the earlier stages of marri- , age there could have been little thought or questions of companionship. Wives were acquired by capture, or barter, and were wanted chiefly to bear children and do the work of the partnership. The men hunted and fought, and the women performed all the labor. The more wives a man had the greater chief was he. llis friendship f aud companionship, so far as he had any, were among his comrades in war and the chase, ^ and womankind was not expected to discuss matters outside their sphore. As civilization developed, however, and manners softened, the faithful devotiou and endearing affection of wom...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 September 1906

W. C. T. U. COLUMN: ttFFICEKMNALF.M W. V. T. V. ( President.?Mrs. Mlirnth Hoblm Day. f Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. K. 8. Campbell, Mm. t K. It Moore. Mrs. J. T. Pcnn, Mrs. F. H Martin. Kecordlng Soo rotary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Ditlard. NtipcriMtcnrtcaUi or Depart men In. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Ubenchaln. Florence Crlttenton Home.? Mr*. F. 8. Campbell. Medal Contents.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. It. Whltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mra. F. 11. Martiu. fTinc Timks-Kkoistkk and Ekntinki., at I their request. has placed a column at the I disposal of the earnest and faithful women] of the W. <1 T. Union who will have entire] charge of it, and be responsible for all mat-1 ter therein It promises to be an interesting feature of the pnner. and we commend a careful perusal of the department.?Ew.| Report of Department of Alms- 1 house ami Evangelism. 1 I Mrs. 0. E. Obknshain, Supt. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 September 1906

8 GALA WEEK AT RICHMOND. A wow iu the ruht direction Iihs most certainly be-n taken by the tuauavers of the Virginia State Fair Association which will hold its firs Stat- Fair iu Uichtuoud. Ya., Octo ber !?, 1?>. 11, l'J and Utth. All keepers of boarding houses, hotels, furnished rooms etc., have heeu listed iu the Official Catalogue, aud it will thus be an easy task for visitors to the Fair aud Horse Sh -w. which will occur during Fair week, to secure satisfactory accommodation* atretsouab'e rates In fact the eutir- week can be spent in Richmond with daily visits to ttie Fair, and at uitfht to the Hor-e Snow, at a very small cost. The rail.roads too wi 1 ?ivc reduced ra'es. luqniry at the offi-cb of the State Fair Association iu Richmond develops the fact that practically all the space for exhibitors lias been engaged, as well as the space let for ainuseeueuts withiu the buildings and on the ground*. The entries for the bi|t race inec are beiu^ daily augmented by additio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 September 1906

*F> ' ' *":< 3p "*/^r J *T?< **<?" * . ' -.?-. ? >- . . ,..-. it,y './' / il1.(JWii .? :? fc'WSJS^" 'I"*'".;' -HMD- ^ . | (Sonsolibateb '^JFtoocmbcr 16, 1903 & ????????mrnrnm^^mmm??? ???????????????????????????^? ?? , i??,w_^_ VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPT EM HER 20, 11)06. ~ NUMBER 17 GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS. What 1* Happening At The Nation'* Capital City. (Krom our rvuiilar eorresi>omU?nt.) WASHINGTON, I). C., \ September 18, 1906. J , 4'While the cat's a way the mice will play." The Cuban imbroglio could not have happened at a more inopportune time in view of the responsibility of the United States under the Piatt amendment for good behavior in that big eruptive Island. Seoretary of State ltoot, the man of all others for cool headed decision, is down among the Latin-American Kenublics of South "America wln?re they have revolutions for breakfast,! dinner ami supper and the State Department is i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 September 1906

2 DANIEL'S TRIBUTE TO M'KINLEY. Kloquviit Virginian Delivers a Notable Address at the U it veilliiKColumbus, O., Sopt. 15.?The The crowd of 50,000 people, surging about the stand in the capitol grouuds in au effort to got a glimpse ot" Mrs. Nicholas Lougworth, tho president's daughter, during tho McKinley memorial unveiling ceremonies yesterday afternoon, got beyond control of the police and a serimw tillYlin WOO 1 ??t?o ikiim'h ly avtjriuu. Several persons were injured. 1 hmiol's Speech. Memorial hall last night was tilled with people. Uov. Harris presided. The speakers wer? William H. Day, associate justice of the supreme court of the United States; John W. Daniel, United Jates senator from Virginia; General Joseph McKay, of Brooklyn, N. Y., national commander of the Union Veterans' League, and (Jeneral It. B. Brown, commander-in-chief of the Republic. Senator Daniel said, in part: "Today wo praise God that He tilled with lovo of country aud love of all his countrymen tho great, g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 September 1906

_ A Few Helpful Hints. 1 have been a silent reader of Good Stories for five years, and have received so much benefit from the letters of the sisters that I must ask premission to step in a few moments and try to give a few helpful hints in , return. Add a little borax to your flour paste, to increase its adhesive qualities about one-half. Salt and vinegar, applied to the fingers, will remove inkstains. A BDOOnflll of vin?ir?.T to the water used for poaching eggs, will keep the eggs from spreading too much. Dried tansy leaves are good to drive away ants. Flat-irons should never be allowed to become red-hot, as they afterward never retain heat so well. Small lumps of charcoal, scattered about the corners of the cellar and closets, will absorb much of the dampness and bad ordor. Skimmed milk is better for washing oilcloth and lineoleum than water, as it makes the carpet fresher and I Tightens its polish. Bread, cakes or pies should never be put away in a closed safe or box until perfec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 September 1906

r 4 j^alcw jUfjt! PUBLISHBD BVEHY THUKSUi Salem Printing and 1 C. D. DKNIT, W. W. McCLUKU. Ill) Subscriptic Duo Year ..... Nine Months Six Months Throe Mouths PHONE \ SERIOUS SITUATION. The matter of labor is a serious one in this section, and was the sub- * v... ?-V.n JCl/l VI I'dlUCOt WllOlUClttblUll VJ niv ^ Hoard of Supervisers at their meet- e ing on Monday. The members of the Hoard are confronted with the situation of very bad roads in cer- 1 tain sections of this county, and though they have the money with which to improve them they complain that it is simply impossible to get the labor to do the work, except by paying what they regard as exorbitant and prohibitive wages. In the meantime the roads are suffering from neglect, and the tax-payers are complaining, as they wauld have a right to do, but for the situatiou as above stated. The Supervisors earnestly desire to make the road fund go as far as possible in maintaining the highways in good condition, and should have the co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 September 1906

v'/ . TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL. The of the Hair There are four verses. Verse!. 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 I scalp healthy, and keeps it so. I It is a regular hair-food; this I is the real secret of its won-1 derful success. I The beet kind of a testimonial " Sold for over sixty years." A Hade by J. O. Ay er Co.. 1-owall. Kin. M Also manufacturers of JLM f SAKSAPARILLA. ixifers s&Ncnui. ' ??M??????? SAM WONG'S REVERIES. (To the Tune of Chepettck*.) *y 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 tlinkee of my Chinee girl; And I smellee fn a dream...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 September 1906

(> A "BLOWOUT." Origin of tlie Won! That Now Means a .lolly (iood Time, You have often heard the expression, 4Wo had a blowout,' used iu connection with a dance or some sort of amusement," said a man who studies words and their origin. 44Do you know the origin of the word 'blowout?' No? Well, I'll tell you of it. Away back iu the the thirties of the last century the cotton mills at Lowell Mass. were furnished with operatives from tno families of the farmers living about the town. The sous and daughters of the stur ay iarmers neia posivous in tne mills, aud, coming from such good old stock, there was a sort of social spirit developed among the employees which is not found in factories in these days. From the factories of Lowell some prominent people have come. Helen Hunt Jackson was employed there atone time. 'There hours were long, and in winter time lamps had to be provided to give light to the workers. It was before days of kerosene, or, as they used to pronounce it whe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 September 1906

W. C. T. U. COLUMN: n Ot'l'IfKKN NALRN W. , T. V. ^ President.?Mrs. Mliiiah llobbs Day. 0 Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. K. 8. Campbell, Mrs. _ K. R Moore. Mm. J. T. Penn. Mrs. P. H n Martin. * Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. 8 , Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mis. W. H. Dillard. " Nnt?erlmten<lenta of OfpsrlmrHlN. O Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. \ Ubenchaln. Florence Cr It ten ton Home.? Mrs. F. S. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. It. Whltesoarver. y Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. H. Martin. i 8 [Thk TiMK3-KK(J18T?R AM) SrNTINKL, at rj their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women a of the VV. O. T. Union who will have entire , charge of it. auil he responsible for all mat- *ter therein It promises to be an interesting c feature of the paper, aod we commend a * careful perusal of the department.?Ens. J t ?-? ~? 1 .' ? ii Saleui Union met in regular j, session...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 September 1906

8 A Hail road Matt'.* Prayer. The following is th? text of a I! "railroad mau's grayer." pasted oa the fireman's side of the switch engine in the Northern Pacific yards in Spokane: ii "Now, that I have Hashed * thee, lift up my feet from the u rough road of life and plan; , them safely <?n the deck of the ,, train of salvation. Let ine use ii the safety lamp of prudence, ii make all the couplings with the * link of love, and let my hand- ^ lamp l)e the Bible, and keep all t 8witches closed that lead otT the c main line into the sidings with ? blind ends. Have every semaphore block along the line show the white light of hope, that I f m iy make the ruu of life with- i out stopping. Give me the ten c cotnmaudmout.s a< sa working 1 card, aud when I have finished j *t the ruu on schedule time and!| pulled into the terminal, may 11 Thou, superintendent of the:* universe, say, 'Well douo, good j1 aud faithful servant; come into j' the geueral office to sign the t pay...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 September 1906

~~ " ?---- -- r -- V| . SaU"tit ?tm cs Hcoistcr -BRB* ^ ^ . (Stcmsolibateb gwdlutl 'TSTowember (0, 1903 * w*lB5K?Sfr'. ^ '\ ~>v. . VOLUME 4L SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1 DOC. NUMBER 18 ??? ? , -? GOVERNMEN k - TAL AEEAIRS. i What Ih Happening At Tlie Nation's Capital City. (Kroni our rvimlar eorrcspondoot.) Washington, D. C., 1 September 25, 1900. J The proposition to import Chinese labor for work on the Isthmus of Panama is being seriously considered, and last week the bids for furnishing such labor for a number of contracting companies were opened in Washington. The commission here has not determined which proposal is most advantageous, but it is known that one reliable concern has submitted a proposition to furnish common laborers at ten cents an hour for any number of laborers.? The invitations for bids calls for a minimum of 2,500 Chinese laborers with the right to increase the number at the rate of not more than two thousand per month up to a total of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 September 1906

T" ~ 2 WHEN MOTHER STRIKES. All is in a Mutter; Parlor isn't swept; Live on bread and butterHow the bouse is kept! Breakfast: One stale waitle That no one can like? This is simply awful: Mother's on a strike ' h Baby's in the cradle Yelling like a liend. Pot and pan and ladle All wait to be cleaned. Milk is in the bottle Waiting till it sours? Mother's quit the throttle. r Struck for shorter hours. Everything Is dusty; v All the fires are out; ir.l.u ...I r...w... ........ "u"? c iuji;, Trash is all about; Children all need dressing? Where's the brush and comb'' Isn't this distressing? No one runs the home. Father's argumentive; Mother won't reply? -, bays there's no Incentive; She won't sweep and fry, Wash and dress and hustle? This wss her remark? ' Bacrificlna muscle From the dawn till dark. Frowns on arbitration: What are we to eat? i Bee our consternation! Mother's smile is sweet; 6he Is bland and pleasaut; Bbe is full of pluck. Home is fierce at presentMother's gone and struck...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 September 1906

f " A Sad State of Affairs Relieved. "I'll tell you how it is," saicl the wild-eyed man to his neighbor. "I met a young widow with a grown-up step-daughter, and I married that widow. Then my father met our step-daughter. That made my wife the mother in-law, of her father-in ' law, and made ray step-daughter my step-daughter my stepmother, and my father became my step-sou. See. "Then iny-step-inother, the step-daughter of uiy wife, had a son. That boy was, of course, my brother, because he was my Tather's son. But he was also the son of my wife's stepdaughter, and therefore her .grandson. That made me .grandfather of my etep-brofcher. "Then my wife had a son. "My raother-in-1 iw, the stepsister of my son, is also his gandmother, because be is her step-son's child. My father is the brother-in-law of my child because the step-sister is his wife. I am the brother of my own son, who is also the 0 aild of my step-grandmother. J[ am my mother's brother-indaw. My wife is her <?WG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 September 1906

I e^alcut limesi-gUg l'f HI.1SHKI) BVEUY THUKS Salem Printing and > c. d. dkn: W. W. McCLUNU. Subscript One Year Nine Month* ..... Six Mouth* ...... Three Month* . . ; . PHON If it is true, as charged, that Senator Joe Bailey, of Texas, is allied with the Standard Oil interests, and serving it in any capacity while holding the honorable position of United States Senator from his State, he fully deserves the censure that has been hurled against him; and though his great abilities have won him a prominent place in the body, and placed him in position to be of great service to his State and party, by his own conduct he has forfeite4 . his right to a seat in the Senate, no less than to the confidence and respect of those who had trusted and honored him. The Democrats of Texas, nor of the nation, will tolerate such treachery, even in a man like Bailey, hitherto regarded as the truest and brainiest of them all. The career of 6uch a man is a sad commentary on official weak; *- n...

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