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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 November 1906

r- ?? TIMES REGISTER ANDiSENTINEL. BANKING s e rvk; e I tanks are btvomlni raor? and more " the custodians of the funds of tho people of both larKO and small means. Tills Is due to a wider appreciation of the valuo of ItaukiiiK Service, as Its usefulness Is extended and its methods become better ?] In tlie eaBO of tho FAKXKHN I' NATIONAL HANK the best service Is assured. Its niTalrs are governed with thnt conservatism which, combined with up-to-date methods, Insures, alike to tho largo atul small depositor, tho same accuracy, promptness and careful attention. You are Cohdiam.y Invited to keep an account with us. WB BELL BANK MONET ORDERS I'so them for making remittances bv mail. They are OH K APIS It and MO It 14 CON V KN1KNT thun any other form of money order. THE FAPJERS NATIONAL BANK OF SALES "THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA" Capital Stock $75,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits - - 50,000 OFFICERS: F. H. CHALMERS, President. J. C. LANGH0RNE, Ylce-President. W. H. RU...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 November 1906

i) Old People it strengthens and vitalizes With old ago comes feebleness and loss of power; tho blood is thia and digestion weak. Vinol repairs worn tissues and cheeks the natural decline. It tones up the digestive organs, aids assimilation, makes rich, red blood, and strengthens every organ In the body. In this natural manner Vinol replaces weakness with strength. Vinol contains all tho medicinal elements of cod liver oil In a concentrated form, taken from fresh cods livers, the useless oil eliminated and tonic Iron added. Try it on our guaranteo. W. B. Dillard Drug Co. FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider 1'axtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hvgienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, germicidal, deodorizing and healing f . qualities arc extraordinary. For sale at Druggists. Sample free. Address The R. 1'axton Co., Boston, Mass. Sixty Weeks For Don't put ofT until to-morrov the matter of subscribing fo Tho Youth's Companion. Th publ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 November 1906

A MODERN CAIN. f j New York Armenian Killed His Brother Because He Hated Him. New York, Oct. 31.?It has been a long time since the police of this city have encountered so greweorao and grisly a tragedy as in the fratricide case of Aram Toshjian, a young Armenian, who cut up the body of his brother, Markar, and distributed the ghastly soctionsin building excavations and box cars and threw the head into the river. Aram and Markar came to America as emigrants, having with tbem their old mother aud a young brother. Aram had poor success in business. Markar made money rapidly. More than that he knew how to save his money. After the police had hunted j down the murderer, he made a j complete confession of guilt. He said: "My brother was the . meanest man in the world. He had lots of money, but made me : support our mother. She starv- ; ed to death. I grow to hate my i brother. Sometimes this feeling j of hatred would possess me and I would plan how I might kill ' him and save myself. "We ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 November 1906

8 WOMAN WOULD RUN ENGINE. Itnllrnad Ofllclul Nearly Col lapsed When I lie <?irl ApI> 1 led lor a >1 oh. Albany, N. Y., October 29.? Station master lleese, of the New York Central, nearly collapsed today when a pretty young woman with blonde hair walked into his ollice at the union station and asked if she could get a position as engineer or tireman on the road. She gave her name as Miss E. H. Snyder, UlUl Slim BUI' was a gmuuim: ui u mechanical school. Mr. Reese saiil he could not do anything for her. She then went to Division Superintendent Harrington's oflice, but that official was out. She theu said she was going to the car shops in West Albany and apply there for a job. LOWEST THINKING ANIMAL. .Skull Found Near Omaha Declared That of Primitive Man. Omaha, Neb., Oct. IS.?Prof. Henry Fairfield Osboru, of Coli mbia University, arrived from New York Saturday to examine a skull recently unearthed north of Omaha by Robert F. Gilder, an Omaha journalist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 November 1906

?&tl?ttt Qftttt**88 ?B1HD* ^ I (SUmsolibateb >cntinel /33Tot>cmbeir 16, 1903 # I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1906. NUMBER~24 1 NAIIUMAL UAP1IUL ti Happening* In and About ' V Washington. ^ (Krom our regular correspondent.) C Washington, D. C., \ November 5, 190G. J 8 is If it were not for the overshadowiug importance of t lie elections, and j especially of the election in New York, the news from Washington ^ while not sensational, wortld be inc< teresting enough, but all eyes are t| turned from this city, where the ^ polls are never open, to the states p that will elect a new Congress, and to New York, where until a few days | ago it was anticipated the election tj of a governor might be prognostic of w the personality of the next presi- ^ dent. The number of Government clerks who have left and will leuve ^ Washington to vote in their various , states, will be probably not more thau half as many as in years past. ^ T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 November 1906

r 2 SAM JONES'SAYINGS t Hero are ?omo of tho pithy sayings of Sam Jones on the * occasion of his first visit to Hal* * tirnoro, in 188G: God cau't elect any man un- 1 less he is a candidate. * The biggest fool in Baltimore is the woman who will act as 1 barkeeper for her husband. * I'll wear garments made of wire before I'll wear garments 1 made at 30 cents a dozen. ' Every barroom is a recruiting office for hell. Sow whiskey and you'll reap drunkards. Christ won't stay in a house with the cellar full of whisky. . Sow little parties and roap big ones. Sow theso and reap ballrooms. Sow these and reap germane, and from these reap , spider legged dudes, ami from these you'll reap a half-thimble- , ful of calves'-foot jelly. There is such a thing as thej, race running out in dudes, and God knows I ain glad of it. Tho domoralizing and damning thing and the most insidious is tho city club. I haro seen mon convertod , from tho barroom aud from ev- ( erything else, but never have I ( Been a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 November 1906

I *.f W. C. T. U. COLUMN OPFICRUA NAIXM W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlniah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Leo, Mrs. A. N. llrown, Mrs. Julia Strohocker. Mrs. K. It Moore, Mrs. W. H. Koblnson. Kecordln* Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secrotary.?Mrs. W. II. Whltoscarver. PerKUson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. D. Dlllard. niipprinirnuruin ? ir|inrinii'nin. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. R. Obenehaltt. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. P. Kobertson. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. E. It. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. u. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Mover. Social Meetings and Bed Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wnltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Petin. t: Literature?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. fTim Tjmks-Hsoistsr and Sbntinkl. at their request, bus placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful womeu of the W. <1 T. lloion who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all matter t...

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

4 Julcm PUBLISHBD EVERY TIIUKt Salem Printing and C. D. DSN I W. W. McCLUNU. Subscript FOne Year Nine Moutho ? 8 x Mouths Throe Months PHON Though the vote in this district was small, it was very complimentary to Congressman Glass, who de J served, however, a much larger vote than that cast. The Republicans will, as a result of Tuesday's election, retain complete control of Congress, All right; the responsibility is theirs, along with the victory. Hearst made a game tight for the Governorship of New York, but was defeated. He had the world, the flesh and the devil against him, and ?a good denl of all three with him, no doubt. The election in Virginia was all loo tame, but we thank God in all earnestness that we escaped anything like the nasty mud-slinging campaigns that were waged in New York, Pennsylvania and other States. November 20th has been designated by Governor Swanson as well as the President as Thanksgiving day. Well, Virginians have much to be thankful for this year, and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 November 1906

TIMES REGISTER AMOISENTINEL. BANKING SERVICE H MI flanks arc becoming more anil more " the custodians of the funds of the people of both larKo and small means. This Is due Uf 11 wider approelutiou or the value of Itanklnir Serrleo, as Ita usefulness Is extended and Its methods become licttcr known : : : s : : : : : : j : Ml In the case of tho K A K M K It S 11 NATIONAL It A K K tho best sorvlco is assured. Its affairs are governed with that conservatism which, combined with up to-datc methods, insures, alike to the large and small depositor, the sutuo accuracy, promptness and careful attention. You are Cori>iai,i.y Inviteo to keep un account with us. WE SELL BANK MONEY ORDERS Use them for making remittances by mull. Tliev are CHEAPEN and Moke CONVENIENT than any other form of money order. THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF SALEM "THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA" Capital Stock $75,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits - 50,000 OFFICERS: F. H. CHALMERS, President. J. C...

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

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 November 1906

WHAT THE SOUTH NEEDS NOW Is it Well Conceived and Sternly Executed Vagrant Law. Of course, the proposition to deport the Southern negroes to the Isthmusof Panama is too silly for serious cousidora- ! tion. Even in respect of tho professional and incurable loafers it would be absurd if it were not so cruel and maliguant. There is uo conceivable excuse for applying to the black drone | and parasite any treatment which ignores his white equal ? rwl iniifohrtr Th 4 lnf fur iu nu nh. UUU IUJIW?VW? * ' IMVVUI IV ?v W J jectionable an the former?he is; more so, in fact, because his in-| llueuce is worse and his excuse less. In our opinion, what the South needs is a well-conceived and sternly executed vagrant law. It is a territory which swarms with mischievous and idle men. One sees them everywhere. One feels their injurious effect in all directions. There is no reason why society should be required to support j them. Society has a right to! protect itself against persistent; and incorrigi...

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

r 8 ANGRY WIFE GIVES ADVICE TO WIVES. IT Your Husband 1m Menu, lie Meaner? If lie Stays Out Till 1 a. in. Stay Till :t. St. LouIm, Mo., Nov. 5.?Elwnod Bridgewater, accompanied by a policeman of West Baden, Iud., reached here Friday and later took a train for liotue.accompauied t>y his wife. Pearl who was arrested here Thursday. Chief Deeuioud sought to bring about a reconciliation. Mrs. Bridgewater said the charge of larceny preferred to briug about. her arrest, prevented her forgiving her husbaud. "The little money 1 took was as much mine ?s yours," she declared passionately. "I came away because I felt you did uot love me. Now 1 know it. "Loye in a cottage, wit,l? a cross. crabbed man, is not what it in cracked up to be," s*id she, while a prisoner in the matron's room. "Don't do as I did?be meek and penitent, loving aud kiud. Pitch into liiiu, dress fliiiu down, and tie will beg for mercy and sue for peace. "Hmu-tnii/ is a mistake in a mur ried woman. If your husband ?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 November 1906

pralcw Sittt&g" 58 Hi I (SUmsolibateb mliml "^STooembcir 10, J0O3 & VOLUME 41. SALEM,. VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1906. NUMBER 25 yin| NATIONAL CAPITOL ^ j CHANGES IN THE CABINET, u c Paesideut Roosevelt is Now On t Foreign soil ?n*l tlie Conn- y try !h Without a Head. t (From our regular correspondent?) ^ 0 Washington, D. C., \ j, November 12, 190g. j IJ The announcement of Cabinet . changes far in advance of the actual ^ change appears to be peculiar to this ^ administration. Heretofore the re3ignation of one Cabinet Minister and t the appointment of his successor j have been prompt aud sudden, leaving little opportunity for even the ^ best reporters to anticipate and inform, but President Roosevelt has ( announced a number of chauues .Inrlnrr l.io ...I ... 1 I -~l- ' \?utiu^ mo auiinutoiiaviuu aim umj : ^ recently has foietold an almost J 11 complete redistribution and renovation of his Cabinet months before the event. Three new members, it' is ollic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 November 1906

2 AN ORDINANCE ! . e Proposing to Sell and (irnnt a 0 c Franchise for an Klectric r Street Hallway Line in the 1 Town of Salem, Vn., and INVITING BIDS THEREFOR. I i lie it ordained by the Couucil of tlie town of ? Salem, Virginia: ? I. That franchises granting permission for i the construction, uiaintenance, aud operation < of an electric street railway, aud with all the 1 rights incident thereto or necessary to the enjoyment thereof, and subject to the condi- 1 tions as hereinafter more specifically set forth, i bo and the same are hereby proposed to be i ??1.t > ?_i.. ,.i i r i.i cviu *mi, aiuuk ami u|'un vvrmm bucuwj ui hiiiu \ town, as follows: < 1. Beginning on Main street, at tho eastern boundary of said town; thence with Main street to the western boundary of said town; and 2. Beginning with Alabama street, at its intersection with Main street; thence with Alabama street to the Roauoke Boulevard; thence with said Boulevard to Colorado street; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 November 1906

I W. C. T. U. COLUMN OFFICBKM NAI.RN W. C. T. V. President.? Mn?. Mlmah Ilobbe Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Leo, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. Julia Strobecker, Mrs. K. It Moore, Mrs. W. H. ltoblnson. ttecordlng Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Correspondlug Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. Wtaltescarver. , Fermi son. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. n. Dlllard. ( Nnperlatendeota or Department*. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obenchaln. . I Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. P. ltobertson. , Florence Crittenton Home. ? Mrs. E. It. Moore. I Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. y. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. 1 Moyer. Social Meetings and Ited Letter Day.?Miss 1 Maggie v? niteKoii. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Pcnn. c Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell, t fTin Timks-Kboistir and Skntinei,. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. <1. T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 November 1906

4 ^alem iitueo-iUgi PUBLISHED EVERY THUUSt Salem Printing and C. D. DKNJT W. \V. MoCLCNO. Hi Subscriptic One Year Nine Months ...... 8i x Months ...... Throe Mouths ...... PHONE WILL STEAL ANOTHER PLANK. I A Washington letter of Tuesday . says that it is learned that the mes- | suge which President Roosevelt will \ send to Congress when it convenes j in December was completed, belore he started for Panama. The only additions to be made to it will be recommendations concerning the canal, based upon his personal observations. The feature of the message?that which will make it one of the most important ever sent to Congress by any President?will be the recommendation for a system of progressive taxation upon large inheritances. Tho President will recommend that Congress devise a scheme of taxation upon all fortunes above a certain amount, either given in life or devised or bequeathed. Tne President believes Congress has full powers to enact such legis lation under the Interstate Commer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 November 1906

1 I - "Mil II.? i mil $ S S $ S $ YOUR BANKING? NO MATTER HOW SMALL NO MATTER HOW LARGE THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF SALEM Will give it CAREFUL and PROMPT ATTENTION This Message Applies to Y O U WE SELL BANK MONEY ORDERS T~ec thorn for making remittances by mail. Tljey are CIIEAPBK ami MOKE CONVENIENT than any other form of money order. r i % % 8 Pnnntru UUUIIll V Buckwheat Flour ?AT? Johnston & Daj's, GROCERS Phone Mo. 24. Telexran Told of Death. A wu received here Tuee day by Mr. W. B. Diliard conveying the aad Intelligence of the death that morning, at her home in Burkette ille, Md., of Mr*. Leila Houie Diliard, the young wife of Mr. Frank B. Diliard, formerly of this plaee. The deceased >wae a most estimable lady, and the many friends the had won during her >visiu to Salem, will be .grieved to learn of her death. She was only about 80 years of age,> but had been ill and a great sufferer for a long time. -Her husband aud two little dau...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 November 1906

r c> Weak Lungs nw v e ^ I Need VINOL j its cod liver oil elements heal j and strengthen the lungs Many people Inherit weak lungs which are likely to bo attacked by consumption. So also are lungs weakened by disease or by a stubborn hacking cough. Vlnol, which Is a real cod liver preparation with all the useless oil eliminated and tonic iron added, strengthens weak lungs and gives one tho tiftw.tr rt Vtf.t... ,t# "'! ? ? .11.. ? ? j?vn v? w vui vn vu naming uic?vun*'n. Wo ask every person suffering from weak lungs, stubborn hacking coughs or any wasting disease to try Vlnol on our guarantee. W. B. Dillard Drug Co. FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, germicidal, deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary. For sale at Druggists. Sample free. Address The R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass. ???? Buggy Sixty Year* Old. Tho buggy in which Joseph E....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 November 1906

TiitfsPilb; FOR TORPID LIVER. ? A torpid liver deranges the whole k * py.:t?:n, and prvdwes SICK HEADACHE, ? u ' Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism, Sallow Skin and Piles. There Is no better remedy for these " common diseases thun DR. TUTT'S I. LIVER PILLS, as n trial will prove. Take No Substitute. M The Partridge Was Drunk. n a One night, a little after dusk, c as we were about to go into the a houso, our younger boy saw 0 something dark moving behind tl the dog kennel, and with the tl help of his father drew out a f< fluttering female partridge. it It acted so queerly, Bays a c writer in Outing, we could not y make out what was the matter for she did not seem to be hurt. f( There was no blood stains on e her feathers, no marks any- ti where, but she could neither j, walk or fly. li What was the strangest of all, b she did not appear frightened, i< and every one knows that noth- tl ing living is shyer thau a partridge. We marveled at the g] sigbt, as she sat ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 November 1906

\ *y 8 THE FAMILY CIRCLE.: I SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS 1 ANT EVENING REVERIES. ( A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers us They .loin The Home Circle. Use the bitter elements of life medicine and feed,'Jon the sunshine. * * * I ' Time is never lost that is spent in leading any person into a better life. * * * Don't neglect your children until they are grown and then complain because they neglect you. * * * Give your childreu good books aud plenty of them ami then help them uuderstaud what they read. * * Habits formed in your are very apt to stick to you in aft? r life. Young people who now spend every dollar they can raise, are not apt to be thrifty in after life. Those who go in rude company and use rude language will naturally associate with the rudor class in years to come. Many parents never seem to think of those things, but allow their children to Grift along just as it may happen. * * * {Sympathy does uotj lighten n burden of sorrow, but it does help the burdened one to bear his...

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