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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 October 1906

?onsolibaleb ^^0t>cmkcr 1903 & - VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER \H, 11)06. NUMBER 21 ? i i i ? " *" ? irrunn ?<?" i .?? mu_i ? ArraiKS , RIDICULOUS.: e That is tlie Washington View of the Cnhuo Situation. j i'i'i m our regular correspondent.) Washinoton, D. C., ) ? October 15, 1000. J 1 a Tt is expected that by the latter ^ IN part of this week Secretary Taft will ^ 'ta 'W bit^UMWw) >n ': > fcritl t>f complete, ami be f wiii douhth** have some interesting hiid fancy Tbin?s to tell about the ^ Cuban revolution. What an absurd ,j affair it was and is after all. Gil- ( bett and Snllivnn never collaborated o in opera buflfe that could compare in ^ high strung absurdity with the ,j ridiculous actualities of recent Cuban ^ historv. The genial Secretary of I * .01 War doubtless had an amusing ? ti experience in bis role of peacemaker, jt but it is doubtful if he was sur- w priaed at anything he suw or heard u...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 October 1906

r 2 Tor Vour Protection i wo place tills lalicl nn ovory package 01 Scott's Emulsion. j Vlie tiuin with a lisli on his back is oar trade-murk, and It Is r. guarantee ihat Scott's I'nuil? 'oa will do till that Is claimed for it. Nothing: N'ttor for lung, tliroat or broticliial troubles la infant or adult. Scott's Emulsion l< one of the greatest llesli' udders known to the medical' I I " wwW- ! tWll send ; ou a sample free. | C:CTT & BOWNE, I kindnkss winh kkward. Young Mini Who Assisted Aged Stranger Given Bequest ot #H,000. Wilmington, Del., Oct. 15.? William E. Hammond, a wellknown young man of this city, today received word that $8,000 had been bequeathed to him as reward for an act of kindness. The bequest was made by S. D. Draper, of 1428 (JJIrard avenue, Philadephia, who has just died! in that city, at the age of seventy years. Three years ago, when Hammond was a news agent on the Pennsylvania Railroad, running between Wilmington and Cape Charles, Va., an...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 October 1906

J*1,1 I : A PKRFKDT WIFE. A recent issue of the North Araericau Review contains an autobiography by Mark Twain, in which ho pays a touching tribute to hi* recently deceased wife?a tribute which most men with wives, dead or living, will upplaud as in substance a characterization fairly applicable to their own wives. For to happily married husbands wives appear something more,something liner, than humanity; their purity of thought, dignity of demeanor, tidelity to duty, ardent nfF?f?t!nn nnH nnnrrinir Intnl. tions inspiring feelings of reverence and awe that coiiKtitute a veritable religion. Their capacity for solf-sacritice and devotion to others appeal to the male imagination. Their inscrutable excellence in tb >se and other difficult virtues caused them to be hold by the ancient Germans to be near the gods and to be capable thus of predicting future oyents. The oracles <"* ? "ok gods wor-s vereu by women, and at Home the safety of the republic vas believed to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 October 1906

r 8THE rAMiLY CIRCLE i SONic CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column to Tirtul < Mother* a* They .loin Tll?? lloiiu^i'il'fle. If there is oue thing above another a young ma i *1 o aid be ashamed of doing, it is loafing without aim or purpose or profit., oq the street* or in store* day after day, all week. If you hav.? nothing to do. stay a houx?a part of the time at any rate. No youug man with any self respect. vv-iil couteiit himself with aspiring to no lusher reputation than that of ? chronic loafer and store box magnate. Nothing will so blunt the higher faculties of themind as inactivity; aud uo inactivity is so baneful and malevolent in its effect as that voluntary idleness termed loafing. * * * It is so eaay to criticise one's neighbor who has gone wrong in morals, or made a failure in business, ami so hard to give credit for the effect of the influences impelling him to dieaster, over which he has uo control, that our criticism of others is often very un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 October 1906

?o?*solibal?b /3TCo*>embetr 16., 1903 ^ VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIKGINIATTHI KSDAY, <>C1(>H 1ZK ^'. IT>7m;. NOIRER gg" NATIONAL CAPITAL. Secretary Tatt KeturiiN From Cuba nml is Satintied Witli the Status 1)1' A Hairs. iKrorn our lejruinr rorrospoiulfiu.) Washington", D. C., ) October 22,190C. J The President has had several conferences with Secretary Taft since the return of the latter from Cuba ami he lias announced to the reporters that he is so well satisfied with the status of Cuban affairs that he will not postpone hi" visit to Panama, but will leave early in November,probably the eighth, for the Isthmus. It was tirst stated that Secretary Tuft would accompany the President, but cinCc the big Secretary is not empowered with ubiquity, though he is needed every where at ouco, he will be left behind to keep down the lid at Washington during the President's absence. The Presi* ? _ , ... . I uent win go unaccompanied by any Cabinet o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 October 1906

r V > THe Better Way ? I'hc tissues of the throat are <j inflamed and irritated; yon c cough, and there is more irrita v tion?more coughing. You t.ile. w a cough mixture ana it eases the " irritation?for a while. You take g SCOTT'S F EMULSION * and it cures the cold. I hat's v. hat is necessary. Itsoothcsthe 11 throat because it reduces the 1:: 'ration ; cures the cold because 1 cirives out the inflammation ; 1 Ms up the weakened tissues 1 ruse it nourishes them back I1 1 cir natural strength. That's v i . ^.ott's Emulsion deals with * *!iroat, a cough, a cold, < : >r.vh:tis. WE'LL SEND YOU A SAMPLE FREE. it ' d Snap For l>r. McByrde. Dr. J. M. McByrde, president J of the Virginia Polytechnic InRtitute. has been informed of ^ his appointment on the Car- j negie foundation, which means! that he is be given a chance to j ^ retire from active educational' ^ work and to receive a liberal j pensiou for the remainder of his life, whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 October 1906

r _ DELINQUENT LOTS IN UOANOKE ( OI NTY Purchased by tho Commonwealth, Furnished the Treasurer of said County by the County Clerk, as Required by Chapter 52, Acts ,ot 1900. Said Taxes and Interest Computed from Day of Sale to the Commonwealth up to ami Including the Year 1904.' Armstrong, G M and D G 4a t-'ulem $1 70 Adklcs. Geo L lot 4 sec so 8 D co 50 Adkins, Geo 1. lot 27 sec 1S? " 2 30 Adkina Geo L lot 0 sec 23 " 24 Adler, i'auline 2a Vinton G Leo 01 04 Angle. Klizabetn L lot 7 sec 52 8 I) co 4S 14 A'-rtcrsin. W 8 lot 0 sec Ir7 W <5 1, co I Si Adler, K A, Trustee lot 13 sec 27 " 3 01 Allison. W K lot 0 sec 15 Glade L CO J 01 Akers. J T lot Is sec I WULco I 17 Abbott. Win lot near Haleni 1 21 Allan I ?!. At I.., Do VI- ... u-i-? ,o .w uvwu ?</? u?/ mui riv. 0?IQU1 IO i<> Aran, M K let 7 blk K nc 3 Ko L) co 45 Avrre, K I' lot 4 sec 24 W C L Co 1 43 Altiier. Martha J tot 142 Main st.Halem 3 45 Aetna Lund Uo. lot 4 use 0 Aetna L co 1 04 Al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 October 1906

FY 4 J>alm &tmes-|t?gi PCUL18HBD EVEKY THUKSDJ Salem Printing and I C. D. DKNIT. W. W. McCLUNO. llLi Subscriptio Oue Year Nino Months ...... Six Month* T'ireo Month* PHONE 1IIE YEW YORK UUBERNATOR- { IAL CAMPAIGN. The gubernatorial campaign v...., v?.i. tl a 11 u u i ui iv 4?iunuuv/n ouiiiu striking features. The Demo- 1 cratic party as a whole is not ^ euthsiastic over Hearst as the 0 head of the ticket, while to ^ some extent the same conditions Bl prevail in the Republican party ? in reference to the candidacy c of Hughes. n If some man, popular with ? the poople regardless of party 81 affiliation, would come out as r" an an independent candidate, 11 he would make it interesting ^ for the regular party candi- e dates. " Hughes expresses confidence n in the final outcome, but wise- ^ T ly warns his friends against the danger of overconfidence. He is now hard at work on the stump above Harlem river tl yvhere his greatest strength lies. The following recent te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 October 1906

TIMES REGISTER ANDlSENTINEL. ^ TUB FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF SALEM 'W ' 'THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA'' P.anitol _ _ Mr nnn i CUpjlUl, - - IjH UjVUU Sorplus Undivided Proflis, - - $50,000 WE SOLICIT tbo accounts of Corporations, Firms, ami Individuals. and whether tlicir balances !> larrfc or small, wo assure them tin same uniform courtesy and superior service that has been extended to our depositors for the past 35 yours. WE 8BI.L BANK MONEY ORDERS I'd1 eh em for mnkinir remittances bv mail. They are Cll KAPKIt and MOKK CONVKNIKNT than any ottier form of money order. OFFICERS: F. H. CHALMERS, President. J. C. IAHGHORNE. Vice-President. W. H. RUTHRAUFF, Cashier. DIRECTORS: L. C. MANSIIROIJOH \V. II. \VH ITKSCARVBlt K. II. CHALMBK8 .I.e. I.AMIIIOHNE W. II. ItftTHKAl'KF SAM WONG'S REVERIES. (7>> the Tune of i'hoptttckn.) My name's Sam Wong Of tbe Chow Hop Tong, And me come from the Chinee land, r * Me likee nice tlea, First chop ? 'cau...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 October 1906

JJr K\ THE STY I.ISII CIIVKCII. j Weil. wife. I've been to Cliuroh to* i lay. been to a stylisu one, j it Aud *iuce you (iin't iro from home | v I'l! tell you what w <? done. ' j Vou would tiuve heeu surprised to | see what 1 saw there today. The sisters were life I u;> so tiue they ; " hardly boweil to pray. j p 1 ha 1 ou these coarse clothes of uiiue: o not uiuoh the worse for wear, ?l Hut theu, they knew 1 wasn't oue they eall a millionaire. Ho they led the old tnau to a seat, B away hack hy the door; t 'T was bookless and uucushioued, re- t served there for the poor! f Pretty soon iu came a stranger, with * jfold riutt and clothing tiue. They led hitu to a cushioned seat, far ' ivi auvarice or luiue, ? 1 thought that wasn't exactly right, i to set him up ho near, ] When he wan young and I was old, * au I very hard to hear I . J co j'dn't hear the sermon, I sat so fsr away, * 80 through the hour of service 1 i could only "watch and pray," ( Watch the doings ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 October 1906

! | THERE IS j | REYNOLD! WORK MAKES MEN. Work makeR men. T.ucfc usually fails. Pluck neurly always wins. To succeed in anything one must overcome obstacles. Force and fiber are built by ! hardships. Grit is as necessary in the making of a man as gumption. Hardships .are not ?l v i: ? ' ni?vc?vn IlitUUK'UIIK. VMlCll lUCy are helpR. You will understand this better in twenty years. Meanwhile permit one who has lived that twenty years and more to advise you in this.llaug onto your job until you are sure of a better one. Dependable boys are in demand. And no boy can be depended upon who does not tinish the task he eets his hand to do. However disagreeable our work, do it thoroughly. Do it better than the average boy will do it. In that way you will come to be known as a dependable boy. And mind you this: Men everywhere are looking for capable, honest, gritty, dependable boys. The sooner you let people know that, you are that kind of a boy, *? * * * ' mt? wuoncr you wjii get a oeuer job....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 October 1906

r K Tilt TAMILY CIRCLE! SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Coinnu? I>e?IUaate<t to Tirrd .Mothers us They loin Tlie Home^Circlo. A good book on<l a good wo-i rn.?u are excelleut things fori those who know how touppre-t ciito their value. There arei URKA iiiiltyn t\? : both from the beauty of their, covering. " t * * The quotati >u: "You have; tflowers for ine, scatter them in i my pathway while i live that I may enjoy their beauty ami inhale their fragrance, " contains} a beautiful sentiment, and certain it is that wo are apt to forgot the living, ami keep our affections pent up to be poured out ouly atter death. For those that have gone we can do nothing, but for the living wo can do much. * * * Girls, don't ilrt and get ac;ainted with young men your parents know nothing about. | Do not sit in the parlor making] worsted dogs and all such trash, while your dear mother goes trotting around the house all day with the help of o...

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

_ . W 1 ? ??? Salem ?tmcs Register ?H1H2V f CSonsolibaleb gtnltotl 'Hftovembev 16, 1903 # VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, DJOk NUMBER23" unaiMD n ni/ in iinLiont ?i... t t ?t I *" JfllWS IjfljijV IS UY And Undo Sinn I>luy Have To Luke Her Down u Peg or Two. (Krom our regular correspondent.) Washington, D. 0., 1 t i October 30, 1000. j The i/owernmeut is at present placed in an embarrassing position ' 'bwing' to the exclusion of the Japanese children froru the schools for white children in San Francisco, and from the position taken by the labor unions in regard to Japanese labor. Because of the strong o itburst of unti-Atnericau sentiment iu Japan the Japanese Auibassudor, Viscount Aoki, has made an appeal to the Secretary of State to secure for the Japauese residents of the United States full protection in all their rights under the treaty of 1894. There is no denying the fuct that a strong anti-American sentiment is growing in Japan, and is likely to pr...

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

r 2 WRECKED BY "PROSPERITY." "Whoa my husband was twenty-one aud I was seveuteen, and he was getting ?14 a week, ho seemed to love me. Hut, afterwards, as his fortune increased, his affection for mo diminished. And ho j^ot so rich after awhile that he said he wished 1 were dead/' It is the story told in a New York divorce court by the wife of E. II. Tucker, a wealthv in suranco broker. It is, in substance, tho pitiful story told in a thousand divorco courts all over tho couutry. It is the pathetic tragedy, which, in these days of wonderful prosperity and rapid fortunemaking, lias blighted homes unnumbered. Money, honestly got and wisely used, is good to have. But there is not enough of it in all the world to recompense the loss of tho sweet joys of the humblest home that is lit and warmed by love. Prosperity is a precious blessing to those worthy of it and able to stand it. But all the wealth of the mines and farms and factories cannot give such genuine and enduring satisfaction to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 November 1906

V W. C. T. U. COLUMN 1 i nFFK'EUN W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlnialt Hobbs Day. Vlce PresWcnU.?Mrs. I.. M. Leo, Mrs. A. N. Hrowu, Mrs. Julia Strohecker, Mrs. K. K Moore, Mrs. W. H. ltoblnson. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Dillard. Nnprrlulriulsata of Depart mm tn. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obonchaln. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. P. ltobertson. Florence Crlttcnton Home.? Mrs. E. R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Bravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. II. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. social mceimx* ?nu i?hi i,t>ner way.?.hiss Mukk!? Wliltenell. | Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. c Lttorature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. [The Timk?-Hioi9Tbb and Skntinkl. at \ their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women 1 of the W. <1. T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all ...

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

i ?alcra Pl'ULlSHBD KVEHY THUK Salem Printing and C. 1>. 1>KN W. W. McCLUNU. Subseripl One Year Nuie Months ..... Six Month* ...... Three Months . . . ; . pHON We believe the voters of this county, without respect to party, will find, it a real pleasure to go tc the polls next Tuesday and vote tc send lion. Carter Glass back to Congress to succeed himself. Certain it is; that no people in the State have a more able, faithful, useful and conscientious representative in that body than have we in Mr. Glass, and we are sure they will be glad to testify to this fact at the polls ou election day. Our strenuous President was 4? years old last Saturday. We believe that since he assumed the duties of his high office Mr. Roosevelt has bocome a better, bigger and broader man than before; hence the people of the country, without respect 10 party liues, were glad tc congratulate him upon an anniversary observed under such favorabh auspices as those that now surround him. Dr...

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