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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 September 1906

TIMES REGISTER AND SENTINEL, j] Pale, , T Nervous? . vt Then your blood must be in h? a very bad condition. You W certainly Know what to take, then take it?Aycr's Sarsaparilla. If you doubt, then consult your doctor. We know jr j what he will say about this I to | grand old family medicine. I | Till* !? tlii" fir," <i<:p?t1nn yotir iloctnr wouM I ^ B**k: "Are your now?*i? reicuiarr lie known tD that mtlon ;! ?? t?nw*l? In nkolutnljr to recoverr. Keen your liver aettva atul your IkiwcIk Miliar f?y taking UxatUe .. doer* of AyorV 1'ilU. tD WHMwnMtMMWjnMHHMnnHHMiaw jm Mi.dc bjr J. C. A j*t Co., X.owell. Uut J ft Also uiAiiutMtiirora of W( ~/L. H*,R VIGOR. / ??IPf<Z **??* D A V# U CWCRRY HCCTORAL. u V.> h.T. no i??cr.|. ! Wo piibtlih tb? formula* of a!l our mtdiointii. SAX WONG'S REVERIES. ^ (7b the Tune of Chopstickt.) My name's Sam Wong I tti Of the Chow Hop Tong, E And me come from the Chinee land. mr. i;t, ? *i__ u. " w itncv uiv.c i ica ,...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 September 1906

f I) When Von Cure for ? Oirl. (Jae' ai'i't it f im-y tb"tbi''>;s that v??u do. An' !? ? , aiu t it furitiv tint lift* s etus eo uew, ?' An'tin* y-r aiubiti >n ba* mi Men 1r grew, ?' tv nan you car* f .r a gtrl ! q An'th?>ii y-u don't ra** to ha s'ayin'out late. w Air your bntue-itoin' always is s >ber an' h HT?I? it tl Amy* Italia ...la.iu a. I ttiii.ki..* W'.wl rii. jvjv.i """'I" " "" IU> 1*V'S li*t ? It \\ hen you care for h girl: N#ve* before had you <>wue < a cl'?th?sbrunb; a N> looker you say t the married lutiu, r "Ttr?b V' Atd you iio<1 out ho* easy d is to talk ruutb I* When you care f >r a irirl' a Sly ! how you hated to carry a stiawl! _ Now you'd lug buodbs all day till you fall; You even sty "Mujic"wbea kids s'artto f' bawl e When you care tor a girl. _ Klowers were things that vcu'd uever prefer; Now every rosebud remind* you o' hsr. Q Yes tiling* as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 September 1906

I TWO VIEWS. An old farm home with meadows wide, Aud sweet with clover on each side; A bright-eyed boy who looks from oat And wishes this one thougatall day: "Ob, if I could but fly away From this dall spot the world to see, How happy, happy, happy. How happy 1 would be.*' , Amid the city's constant din, A man who 'round the world has been, Is this thinking, thinking ail day long: "Ob, if I could but tiace once more The field path to the fermhonse door; The old green meadows could 1 see. How happy, happy, happy, How happy I would be." C. (Hotvlug Picture ot* The South. - . . . .. iitve iree reiu to your imagination and let It picture the future of a section which has one-half of the iron ore of the United 8tates, nearly three times as wueh coat as Great Britain Germany and Pennsylvania combined which holds a world monopoly on cotton production, and is rapidly becoming a great cotton manufacturing centre, which dominates the phosphate rock and snlphnr trade of the world, whleh lias m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 September 1906

8 THEFAMILY CIRCLE SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS AND EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers os They .loin The Home Circle. POIt HUSBANDS. You are a husband. Your wife is absolutely at your mercy. She may not have known this .viit'.i phe became your wife, but she has been com pelled to feel it since that eventful moment. However neglectful, unkind, cruel or penuriously oppressive you may be sure she has had no redress. To publish her woes to the public is her disgrace; to return your conduct in kind is only to increase your injustice to her. It may be that both your success iu life and your ability to earn food for the children she has bora to you, depends upon her skill in hiding from the public your conduct to her in private. She has to smile before tte world to conceal the wrongs she has to endure, and she is compelled to silence in private lest these wrongs may be in creased. She has left everything to de-| vote herself to you uud you] have never indicated your ap prec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 October 1906

- m V ^ -- fv" -Br*? y iS * *" -ami- ** ?onsolibaleb Sje ^. jj^|,j^ j^/ ^loocmbcr 16, 1003 # f VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1906. NUMBER i<> GOVERNMEN TAL AFFAIRS. Wlr.it Is Happen itiff At The Nntion's Capital City. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, D. C., 1 October Si, 1906. J Tile president and Secretary of ' State are again in Washington, which has resumed its rightful place as the capital of the nation. Secretary Hoot, fresh from his unique tour through the Latin republics of South America, bus made himself as far as possible au couraut of conditions in Cuba. The President, of course, has j all along been fully advised, or to j apeak more accurately, has been full i advisor. Iu political and diplo- j matic circles here it is thought that ' I the Cuban affair has been managed with rare judgment and discretion. 1 No stop in the momentous and now historic change of government has been taken without due deliberation and after ha...

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

2 CULTIVATION OF ALFALFA. Care Should He Takeu to See That It In Free From r i WeedH and TraNh. Alfalfa may be seeded either fall or spring. Fall seeding may be done any time after the 15th ^ , . of September until the 1st of L' October, and spring seeding - from Mnmh 1At.h ?.n Mav 1?f da. \ pending largely on weather conditions and the elevation above i Sea-level. Alfalfa grows well on quite a variety of soils, but prefers a porous one thru which its roots can can easily pene''v trate. It is well adapted to river and creek bottoms that are not subject to prolonged overflow, and though more difficult to establish, it does well on stiff, red clay land that have been sufficiently rich and friable thru deep plowing and subsoiling, the turning under of an occasional green crop or liberal top dressings of barnyard manure. Land intended for alfalfa may be summer fallowed or cropt with cowpeas to rid the land of weeds, for the young alfalfa plant is not vigorous and weeds frequently destro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 October 1906

1 ???? > SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION. He who in passing through Connecticut, on hie way between New York and Boston, has heard people boarding or leaving the traiu at Norwioh, pronounce the name of that city "Nor-wich" (as it ie epelled) instead of "Norrich," has been brought face to face with a problem of no inconsiderable magnitude?as Mr. Pickwick said of the study of politics. This problem is the strong influence of spelling upon pronunciation,of written language, as translated to the ear by the eye, upon spoken language. In using our own language we Americans are particularly exposed to this influence. Our first colonization, and more especially our separation from England by the Rsvolutioa, brought about a certain disruption in old traditions; time-honored pronunciations of words, especially of proper names, were gradually forgotten, and we began to pronounce those names as we saw them written ?at times to a considerable veiling of their deprivation. Take, for instanc...

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

4 J^alcui $imc6-?Up] PUBLISHED KVEKY THURSD^ Salem Printing and I C. D. DBNIT. W. W. McCLDNO. Ilu Subseriptio Ono Year Nine Months Six Mouths ...... * Three Months pi PHONE Down iu Norfolk district there are already several avowed candi- tl I dates out for the job two years hence, n Gee! Ain't they early birds of the tl it' most approved variety? g V 1 11 * ** " Desnite Sam .Tones and the weath- V er, the management of the Roanoke fair say they made a success of last week's exhibition, not only in point * of attendance and excellence of ex- a hibits, but financially as well. b 1 i.. e President Joseph Smith, head of C the Mormon church, has been ar- ? rested and bound over for trial on a e the charge of living unlawfully with r five wives. Any old rascal that can f put up with live wives ought to be b thoroughly indifferent to any pun- h ishment the law can inflict. c ? It is said that Secretary Shaw and ^ Attorney-General Moody are soon to ^ resign from the President's Cabinet. . M...

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

r TIMES REGISTER AND2SENTINEL. [ Does Your 1 Heart Beat Yes. 100,000 limes each day. fi Does it send out good blood or bad blocd? You know, for 11 good blood is good health; fl bad blood, bad health. And u you know precisely what to take for bad blood ? Ayer's t[ Sarsaparilla. Doctors have * endorsed it for CO years. t| fn? frw, irnt imiih of Ik.iI blood U n ulUKgtih . IIv?-r. 'fin. 1I'ol.onout ?1 nh.tat.i <> i.i- iikh iii .i.il . ii li.to t<i? blood. K??p tin iwv iiuhiii wall Ayoi'a F1IU. Jt 2Uic 17 .r. (' Co., I^wtll, Iff? ^ Mw .. ?> >. i .l< imirt of (' >?-?> * "AiK VIU0U/ &CW C AOlc ttRE A. O CKtiQtY PECTORAL. a TV9 have no Mfrttil Wo publish A the formulas of all our modiolus*. ??? b SAM WONG'S REVERIES. * If (7b Mr 7W of Ckopttickt.) n nsiiBAj 5=?*4=?S t? My name's Sam Wong fi Of the Chow Hop Tong, li And me come from the Chinee land. Me likee nice tlea, v First chop ? 'cause me...

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

(> W. C. T. U. COLUMN oi rircKMHii.cn w.t'.T. v. President.?Mrs. Mimah Hoblis Day. Vice Presidents.?Mrs. K. S. Campbell, Mrs. K l< Moore, Mr*. J. T. I*enn, Mrs. F. li Martin. Kvcordlnir Swretary.-Mlw Mary Strickland.' Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguaon. Treasurer. -Mrs. W. It. Dillard. f StuperI uIriKlni tw or llrpnrI nn'iits. Kvan^eMsin and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. F.. i Of'enchain. Florence frlttentoii Home. ? Mrs. F. S.! Campbell. Medal Contest*.?Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mr*. W. U. Wtaltescarver. Press Superintendent.?Mr* F. H. Martin. [' [The Timk?-Hi(Uster and Sentinel, at ? their request- has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women nfttie iV C T Union who will linvn antira charge of it. ami be responsible for all mat- 1 , ter therein It promises to be an interesting feature of the pauer. and we commend a ' . careful i<erusal of the department.?Kt>s ) :i . Don't l>rink To-Niglit....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 October 1906

F 1 K T. LOVE'S PART IN CRIME. The arrest of a young Cleveland bridegroom on a charge of having stolen $20 to pay elopement expenses strikingly illustrates the very common fact that man's financial, social and moral downfall is frequently due to an attempt to live beyond his means, and that the highest and purest of the human passions often plunges one to the lowest depths of degradation and despair. Hardly a day passes that the newspapers do not contain some story of a man's destruction through misdoings prompted by his love for a woman. The Parisian detective system accounted the most cunning in the world, has a saying, "Look for the woman," and when a good man goes wrong, some womau is sought whose relations with him show his motives and perhaps disclose his hiding place. It does not at all follow that the woman is bad and that her influence to evil is international. Nothing may be further from her thought, and she may be shocked and grieved at the result more than anyone else. B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 October 1906

r 8 THE FAMILY IRCLL S3Mc CRUOc TrtOUGrlTS ?PLEAS ANO EVENIiNG REVERIES. A Column H ?clU' iti'tl t>? Tlrml .Mothers uh Tliey .loin T!n? lienor Circle. Women should ^r >w more devoted and men fouder after tu image if they have the slightest idea of being happy as wives and husbands. It is losing sight of this fundamental truth which l?uds to hundreds of divorces. Yet many a mau will scold his wife who would never think of breathing a harsh word to his eweeiheirt. and many a wife '' will look glum nod morose on her husband's return who had only smiles and words of cheer -for him when he was her suitor. v Dm't repress the buoyant spirit of your children; half an hour of merriuaeut around the lamp aud firelight of a home blots out many a care *and annoyance during the day, aud the best safeguard theyj can take with them iuto the world is the uusoen influence of e bright lit.de domestic circle. Put home first aud forem >st; for there will come a time when...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 October 1906

p>al?ttt Slimes Mt&wltf -HH2V ^ CSonsolibaDb Sjetifiwl QiTouembe* 16, 1903 * I - ' jgpgiBE==r _j VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1906. NUMBER 20 FROM FAR | AWAY OREGON, ?_ v Something of the Country and j The Klggest Hop Ynrrt in j the World?024 Acres. v o In my travels here and theie for 7 I! * . more than 800 miles, within this . -State, many phases of western life occur. On the east side of the Cascades broad pleateuus of barren land; on j the west, we come to the Eden of the Northwest. Portland, and the , valley of the Williamette. | From the Cascades to the Coast j Range 50 miles,and 150 to the south stretches this lovely valley. ^ It is the latul of plenty. Sheep -? and horses and o.ittle browse o!er those green pastures or lie down on- . der the spreading maples. The school house on the hill and the village church spire are not wanting. A sound comes from the springhouse, it is the milk maid's happy song. No more lovely lauds; no happi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 October 1906

2 THE DIPLOMACY 1 Of MRS. COLLINS Is Su?is Mr. Collins home?" "Why, good evenin', Luke. 1 Yes, wo're all to home. Jest come right into the dinin'room, where Mr. Collins is, an' I'll start the fire in the parlor. Oh, no trouble. It's all laid 'gainst anvonecomin' in. Here's Luke Thomps>n, pa. You go an' light the front room fire. ?'What's the use?' Now isn't that jest like a man, wantin' to stay in the back part o' the house the hull time! You jest go on, pa, an' do's I 6ay, an' don't be so goodfor-nothin'; mere s paper sucKin out Ol tne grate an' all you hev to do's to strike the match. Here, let me take your coat an' hat, Luke, an' you set right down alongside the stove, an' put your feet on to the fender. I'll call Susie. Su-sie! oh, Su-sie! Come down ?Luke Thompson's here. "Well, you could light it, after all, couldn't you pa? I hear it a-roarin' up the chimbly. It'll soon warm up, now. How's your ma, Luke? Workin' too hard, is she? If she only had a daughter, now, lik...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 October 1906

? ,?? , 7 HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF. "Put nothing but home-made calte iu the pantry," cried out Speaker Cannon while telling of the Republican attitude on the tariff. "Why don't they eat cuke?" asked a certain queen of France when told that the people of Paris were starving because they could not get bread to eat. The high tax imposed upon the American people by the tariff duties, as seen in the increased cost of living since the Ding I ley bill became a law, has made it difficult for many folks to put cake of auy kind in the pantry, Mr. Cannon. The money that ought to have been left iu their pockets to buy cake has gone into the bulging pockets of the over-fed trusts. There are thousands of people who would | be thankful for gcake of any kind, but they .are denied it because of the high tariff imposed on them so that tho'trust can sell cheaper to Europeans and Africans than to home folks. ITne proper answer to Mr. Cannon is: "Compel American ' ; ' manufacturers to sell as cheap i to h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 October 1906

4 __ Jtalcui PUBLISHED KVKUY TI1UK8 Salem Printing and C. n. DP.NI W. \V. McCLUNO. 1 Subscripti One Year Nine Mouth* ..... 8 x Mouth* Three Mouth* . ; . PHON! Iu his address, formally opeu-; ing the Virginia State Fair, at! Richmond, on Tuesday, Presi-1 dent Heury C. Stuart, who is; one of the State's most useful j and honored citizens, and a man of wide experience in agricul-j tural pursuits, said: "I otaud here to hey its (the fair's) foremost aim and object is to meet and encourage the returning interest and filth of the Virginia people in their soil." That is surely a laudable purpose, and one that needs to bo encouraged and fostered. It is quite apparent loo often that our people do not fully appreciate the valuo of our soil, nor put to full test its great possibilities and productiveness. The agricultural spirit must be fostered and encouraged to a greater extent in the future than in the recent past if Virginia is to hold her own iu this respect. But she should do more than h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 October 1906

I J V TIMES REGISTER ANDSENTINEl. mi ORGANIZED 1871 FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF SALEM "THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA" Onco a week we are going to |>ay for a space In this paper only to have the privilege of inviting you to become a depositor anil to transact your banking business with us. A sunn who hears about us re ttoies u year will know us IK times better than If he heard of us only once. : : : : : : : The more ho knows of the facilities of this bank, for tho transaction of every branch of legitimate banking, the more likely lie is to do business with us. : : : Our customers receive every accommodation and courtesy within the range or prudent hanking. OFFICERS: F. H. CHALMERS, President. J. C. LANGHORNE, Vice-President. W. H. RUTHRAUFF, Cashier. SAM WONG'S REVERIES. (7b the Tunt of (hoju'tclt.) My name's Sam Wong Of the Chow Hop Tong, And me come from the Chinee land. Mc likee nice tlea, First chop ? 'cause me, sine iung, long aay me stand, Wsshec and sc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 October 1906

V <> W. C. T. U. COLUMNj Ot KH'I.KS Htf.l.M W. r.T.V. i { resident.? Mrw. Mlmali llobba I)iy. ' Vic" i'f' .i'lciiti.? Mn. K. SJ. OiutipMI, Mm., K It Moore. Mr a. J. T. t'onni Mrs. K. II , tin. KmrilbK Svcwtarjr.-VUt Mary Strickland. Corresponding MacreUry. Mrs. Mary C. Kerituson. I Treasurer.?Mr*, w. 11. Dlilaial. Sn|irriulriiilrutK ?! Department*. I Kvan;oli*m and Almshouse.? Mrs. C. K. oocitcbuln. Kl(ir."ic" t'rlttontou Home.? Mrs. K. 8. Campbell. I Me<lr.I Contest*.?Miss Carrie Wilson. I Klowfr Mission.?Mrs. W. II. Whltesearver. j Cms Superintendent.- Mrs K. H. Martin. , ITur Timk8-Kbui?tkr and Sbntinki., *t i tb<nr rei|Uwst. bus placed n column at the , disposal of tbc ?arnwt and faithful womon ' oftr.f >V. (' T. Union who will have entire , churn* of it. and be responsible ftrail nutter tnerem It promises to be an interesting ' feature of the p:it>er. a>d ?? commend h careful pern**! of the department....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 October 1906

I . ... HOUSE OF VHtfllNrA ' WOODS. "Novel I tie* hh to 8t?te'o Miuernl uvtl Timber Bfcliihit at 4uiiie?tow?i. Governor Swaoson is back at his office after a most satisfactory visit to Bristol, whither he went in the interest of the mineral and lumber exhibit at the ,il nmnafnv<i itjlrnrtaitilAii The readiness with which the people of the -Southwest took hold of the Governor's suggestions regarding the'display was highly gratifying. And as a result, the Exeoutiye confidently believes that the -mineral, mining and lumber exhibit at the Tercentenary will be one*of the exposition's most notable features, and that it will do the Btate a vast deal of good. The representatives of the various industries-in the Southwest have decided to raise $50, 000, if uot more,'for their exhibit, and a committee of five will have charge of the display. It is proposed i to erect a fine building whioh, > in itself, will typify industries of the- Southwest. Some "have -suggested that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 October 1906

w ........ IS fl FAMILY CIRCLE. SOrVE CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ' AND EVENING REVERIES. ! A. Column Dmlic to Tired i( Mothers a* They Toin Tim Home Circle. iio ntoii:, r.ovs. Boye, don't Liansy aroun<l the ( corner of the streets. If you have anything to do, do it p-oruptly, right off, then go home. Homo is the place for ( boys. .\bout the street corners and at the stabies they learn to talk slang, and they learn to swear, to smoke tobacco and to do many other thiugs which 1 they ought not to do. 1 Do your business and then go ' home. If your business is plav. play and make a business of it. ' We like to sea boys play good, earnest, healthy games. If we ' were the town council we would 1 give the boys a good, spacious ' playground. It would have * plenty of green grass and tree- ' and fountains, and broad spaces ' to ruD and jump uud piny suit- 5 able games in. We would make 1 it pleasant, as lovely as it could 1 b^, and wo would give it to the ! boys to play in, and when tho ...

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