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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 November 1906

?alcm ?imcs Register I ?aini>? -, ^ I ?onsoiibctleb Sjeuffttel Hlouember iP, J903 & I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1906. NUMBER 2(\ I NATIONAL CAPITOL NEW YORK'S REPRESENTATIVES Lord Gurzon In this Country To Settle Up Ills Wife's Estate, l^tc.. Etc. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, I). C., 1 November 19, 1906. J There is considerable speculation atnoug Members and Senators, many of [whom have already arrived in Washington, with reference to the standing of the great State of New York in the Senate. Many States having not half the population, and some of them not a forth of the population of New York, are much strouger in the Senate chamber than the Empire State, and few if any StfitiM ore fio lump!v renresented as is New York. Senator Piatt is old, decrepit and bowed down with many humiliations, the last of which, with its tributary or radiating scandals, is enough to make any man retire from the Senate or even from the worl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 November 1906

(a AN ORDINANCE i Proposing to Soil and (irnnt a 0 Franchise Tor an Klectrlc Street Hallway Lino in tlio Town of Sale in, Va., and INVITING BIDS THEREFOR. Bo it ordained by tho Council of the town of Saletn, Virginia: I. That franchises granting permission for the construction, maintenance, and operation of an electric street railway, and with all the rights incident thereto or necessary to tho enjovmeut thereof, and subject to tho conditions as hereinafter more specifically set forth, be and the sanio are hereby proposed to be sold on, along and upon certaiu streets of said town, as follows: ( 1. Rcgiuuing ou Main street, at the eastern boundary of said town; thence with Main I Street to tho western boundary of aaid town; ' ami 1 2. Beginning witb Alabama street, at its in- 1 tersoction witb Maiu street; thence with Ala- ' bama street to tho Roanoke boulevard; thence i with aaid boulevard to Colorado street: tlienco I with Colorado atreet to tho north batik of lloa- ? uoko river; a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 November 1906

I W.TU. COLUMN OFFICERS SALEM W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah liobbe Day. Vice-President*.?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N, Brown, Mrs. Julia Stroliecker, Mrs. B. U Moore, Mrs. W. H. Uobltison. Recordln* Secretary.?Mtos Mary Strickland Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whitescarver. Ferguson. ? ' Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Dlllard. Anprrinlendrnls uf Departmeutn. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E Obcnchaln. Press Superintendent.?Mrs. F. P. Robertson Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. E. K Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stoveus Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. II. Whitescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. 0. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and lied Letter Day.?Miss Maggie wfiltesell. Sundav School.?Mrs. J. T. Penu. c Literature?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. [THR TIMK9-K*0ist*r and Skntinkl, Hi their request, bos placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. It. T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and be responsible for all mat ter therein It promises to be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 November 1906

i?j 4 ^alcui Simcsi-glegi published nvBur tiiuksd Salem Printing and c. d. dbnit \v. w. mcclunu. ui Subscripts One Year Nine Mouths ...... Six Mouths Three Mouths PHONE Evidently there are plenty of peo pie who regard President Roosevelt's present trip to Panama as a freak, rather than a business mission. We ' quite agree with the New York Post 1 when it says that the President "de- * sccuding to the stoke hole of the ] Louisiana for one breathless nio- j incut, in order to 'see how it is i himself,' shows pretty clearly the 'pathetic fallacy' that underlies his whole trip to Panama. Four days at the isthmus will as little < make him master of the canal prob- : leuis, as oue shovelfull of coal thrown into the furnaces of a battle- J ship would give him to understand ( exactly what it is to labor for four , hours iu a temperature of 120 de- ' grees. At Panama, for example, 1 oue of the toughest elements to , reckon with is the torrential rainfall, , but Air. ltoosevelt wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 November 1906

f s I 8 8 8 8 8 YOUR BANKING? NO MATTER HOW SMALL ' NO MATTER HOW LARGE ! THE F A D M F D C 1 l\ IV ITI L l\ i3 NATIONAL BANK Or SALEM Will give it CAREFUL and PROMPT ATTENTION This Message Applies to V () u BANK MONEY ORDERS Uee thciu for making remittances by mall. They arc CHEAPER ntnl MORE CONVENIENT than any other form of money order. W r""s "% % % % Pmintrii uuuiiuy Buckwheat: Flour i P ?AT? c d Johnston & Da/s,' GROCERS J F Phone N'a 24. j ii c GiniB'S piUUCT f 0 Pure Drugs and h Chemicals, Toi- " let Articles and b PERFUMERY. c PRESCRIPTIONS ' Carefully Prepared frum The Purest Drugs. I ? ie HOT AND COLD SODAS. J t Agency llayler's Candles. \ 11 tl b A THANKSGIVING TURKEY .. Shouldbo rAT, jnicv, TENDER, und well 11 browned in tlio baking. untl then you liavo & dish lit tor the uods. We have ordered a lot ] of extra Turkeys, corn fed, and oven chestnut fed, vhlch will be of that delicious tlavor that will ixuko your mouth water before you have tasted I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 November 1906

I MRS. SARAH J. WINDROM 0I BH ^cw ^Prs^sa^I IB '' Mrs. Sarah J. Wlndrom of Chicago, cousin of Zachary Taylor, twelfth president of the United States, and grandniece of Alexander Hamilton, who signed the Declaration of Independence, says: \ inoi ts a uodsend to old people. I am 76 years old, but have n hearty appetite, sleep soundly, and feel active and well today, thanks to Vlnol. When I was young cod liver oil was dispensed in a greasy, unpalatablo form, and it fairly gagged mo to get It down. Vlnol is entirely different, very palatable and nourishing to impoverished LIoo 1. It Is the finest tonic and strength creator I ever used in my life." Vinci is a real cod liver preparation, from which the useless oil has been eliminated an 1 tonic iron added. Try Vinol on our guarantee. W. B. Dillard Drug Co, FASTIDIOUS~WOMEN consider Paxtinc Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, germicidal, deodori...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 November 1906

JUST ONE WORD that word ta Tutt's, It refers to Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills and IVIEANS HEALTH. Are you constipated? Troubled with Indigestion? ? Sick headache? Vlrtigo? Bilious? Insomnia? ANY of these symptoms and many others indicate (miction of the LIVER. Toti NoodL Hitt'sPills Take No Substitute. PAYING DEBTS. Mr. Wilkins had a dollar, bo he said he guessed he'd pay A little sum he'd borrowed from a gentleman named Gray; Then Gray he took that dollar, and he said, "It seems to me I'd better psy that little debt I owe to McAfee." Then McAfee the dollar paid upon a bill to Smarr; By Smart, 'twas paid to Thomson, and by Thomson paid to Hart. And so that coin kept rolling, as a very busy "plunk." Until it paid Indebtedness amounting in the chunk To more than forty dollars, aud it may be rolling yet, And all because this Wilkins thought he'd better pay a little debt. For when a dollar's started On its debt destroying way, There hardly is a limit To the sums that it will day. Mr. Wilkins k...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 November 1906

I I lit fAMILT CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column l>e<ltente?l to Tired Mothers us They .Join The IIoiiic Circle. We sometimes treat strangers . more politely and courteously thau we do our own dear ones who give their lives for us. "Company nianuors, table-ware and linen" are perhaps not necessary all the time, but what j is good for straugers is good for our "loyed ones at home." ' * * Sometimes one has more flowers niled on his coflin and crave than he ever had given to him in all his life. Wo want our flowers while we are living. The dead are passed all that. If we would do good let us do it while we are alive to those who are living. * * * A crust of bread, a pitcher of water, a log oafoiu and poifect lova?there is happiness for you, whether the day be rainy or suuuy. It is the heart that makes the home, whether the eye rests on a potato patch or flower garden. The heart makes the home precious, and it is the only thing that c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 November 1906

_ -H1RD-. ^ I CSon.o^ J|||j^J^ODemW, 18, ,03. I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2!>, |i)QC. 1VITmhpi7 .,T | NATIONAL CAPITOL GETTING READY FOR CONGRESS. OoverimtcnC Printing Ofllce an Expensive Institution, But Mr. StllllDgs Will See That Only Compe. tent Men Are W'% ,y ,, Employed, , WHICH WILL CUT EXPENSE (From our regular correspondent.) Washington*, D. C., ) November 2G, 190G. J There is ill Washington every indication of the approaching session. . Members of Congress and their wives are arranging for their winter homes hero. The new (Jubinct Minister, Mr. Straus, late Ambassador to Constantinople, has leased one of tho newest and most elegant residences in the city. The President is exBnn! ml Aiirlv nnrf. utdIt n?w1 very soou after Thanksgiving the last sessiou of the Fifty Ninth Congress will begin. While it is expected that this short session will be active and even notable in a legislative way it is doubtful if there will be as much gayety and enter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 November 1906

I . f AN ORDINANCE ; Proposing t? S??ll ami Urunt a ? c Franchise l?r an Klectrlc r, Street Itailway Line in tlie C Town of* Salem, Va., and o INVITING BIDS THEREFOR. ] ii Be it ordained by the Council of tho town of a Salem, Virginia: o I. That franchises granting permission for r tho construction, maintenance, and operation c of an electric street railway, aud with all the Ii rights incident thereto or necessary to the enjoyment thereof, aud subject to tho condi- 1, tions as hereinafter more specifically set forth, s bo and tho samo are hereby proposed to be s sold on, along and upon certain streets of said d town, as follows: I 1. Beginning on Main street, at tho eastern boundary of said town; thence with Main t street to the western boundary of said town; a ami I 2. Beginning with Alabama street, at its iu- * tereection with Main Btreet; thence with Ala- t bama Btreet to tho Iloauoko Boulevard; thouco > with said Boulevard to Colorado street: thouce h with Colorado Bt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 November 1906

JT ' V * * .. ' PICTURE WEDDINGS Now tli? Kii|;o In New York. (Bjr Beatrice Dowler.) The November rush of weddings brought with it a number of new developments in the matter of brides and bridesmaids' attire, which have quite strayed out of the realm of conventionalities which used to be inseparable from these func D:.. i_?; itiuuo. jriuturw weuuiiigs are ths order of the day, both brideR and bridesmaids' gowns and hats showing the peculiar features which were supposed to attach themselves to the portraits of the famous old masters. In the matter of material the brides of today no longer adhere exclusively to the conventional duchesse satin, and chiffon, gauze, crepe de chine and lace are frequently employed in the construction of the bridal robe. A very chaming scheme which has been adopted is that of a soft satin Empire grown, veiled with a lace overdress, a bolero effect being produced by means of a lattice worn: of orange blossoms. A certain dignity is given to the lace over-dre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 November 1906

r _ J Mm Simes-ftji u PUBLISHED EVEKY THUKSI K Salem Printing and H C. D. DENI1 B W. W. McCLUNU. B H Subscripts H One Tear Mine Months . . . . Six Months HI Three Months H PHONE I REASONS FOR THANKFULNESS. | Again the seasons have come and gone, bringing us the yearly day of ( joyous family re-union and feasting. 1 Jjooking back along the months that have gone we find plenty of reasons, ] good reasons, for feeling all the gratitude that we seem to feel. \ There have been misfortunes, but the mercies have been always on the ' big end of the balance. How much , of blessing the year has held! i Whether we turn our thoughts to affairs of the nation, or of industrial welfare, or of the fireside, our ver- < diet must be the same; our good has come to us in greater measure than any evil or sorrow. The kindness , of the Heavenly Father has been shown so abundantly that gratitude springs spontaneously to our hearts and tries to find expression in some way. This is a favorable time...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 November 1906

I s ; s s $ o YOUR MONEY? ftJUUULft?JUUULg.tt -? 9 SLAV 9 V JUUL8 DON'T KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME Subject to loss by Fire and Theft, but Deposit it subject to Check with THE F ARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF 8 A Li E M The Oldest National Bank in Southwest V irginia Canital. Snrnliis ?nrl UnHivirtp.d Profits $125,000.0? ' Tlil? Applies to tlio Men anrt the Women Alike ryyy tnryyrinhf Kiv nit kkslbjuuls. BANK MONET ORDERS lTse them for mukluif remittances by malt. Thoy ure cheaper niul more convenient than any form or money oriler. ^ ? fH B B B i | Country 1 DiiaI/IIIL AAJ DUUMNIICfll . Flour I i ~AT~ Johnston & Daj's GROCERS Phone >io. 24. ]. ( OOHBAD'S pHABMACY Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Toilet Articles and PERFUMERY. DDT7CPDTDTTAMC r jALJOV^riir 1 luno Carefully Prepared from j The Purest Drugs. HOT AND COLD SODAS. Agency Hauler's Candles. f A TH A All/ CP 11/1 MP TIIDUCV h uinimouiYinu iunnLi Should lie FAT, JUICY, TBNDEH. and w browned in the baking. and then you lia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 November 1906

r , | Run-down People j TVT^rk T7TTVTAT XV JLAllkU v Jil^i VJU the modern strength creator and body builder Many people right here in this vicinity are all run down and hardly able to drag about?don't know what ails them. "Such people need VInol, our cod liver preparation without oil. which contains in a highly concentrated form all of the niedlcnal and strengthcreating elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cod3' livers, hut from which the useless oil iu | eliminated and tonic iron added." We ask every man, woman and child in this vicinity who is run down, tired and debilitated to try Vinol on our offer to return money if it fails. 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 arc extraordinary. For sale at Druggists. Sample free. Address The R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass. TOLI) FROM...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 November 1906

* il '.* * TiitfsPills stimulate the TORPID LIVER. 1 strengthen the digestive organs, regulate the bowels, and are uect)ualcd as an ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE, , < In malarial districts their virtues are widely recognized, as they possess peculiar properties In freeing the system from that poison. Elegantly sugar coated. ] Take No Substitute. i n nAAn n AS liUUU AS GRANDMOTHERS.; j Ofllce ltoy Had Older Sister \Ylio Came Ilk Hnudy. "I'll confeBH," said a Chicago man the other day, "that you can't get ahead of the young ' American. About three months ago I had to hire a new office boy, and I thought I'd make sure right at tho start that there would bo no grandmother's funerals to attend when the Giants were in town. There were about 20 boys awaiting for me one morning that my advertisement appeared, and I called them all into my office, whore I made them stand up in a row so that I could look thoin over. After I bad picked out five or six of the most likely looking little follo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 November 1906

r 8 THE FAMILY CIRCLE.] SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS-! ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They .Joiu The Home Circle. Discontent is the peg iu your, shoe that hurts. * * * A women's smile is the little: poem we find in the prose of life *** If everyone was as good as i they think their ueighbor ought to be, what a splendid world this would be. * * * Isn't it better to say to the boy when you want him to do some-1 thing, "I wish you would," and not, "You must?" * * 4c When, at eve, at the bound-j ing of the laudscape, the heavens appear to recline so slowly on the earth, imagination pictures bevond' the horizon an i asylum of hope, a native laud; of love; and nature seems silent- j ly to repeat that a man is im-j mortal. Toward the cheerful homo! the children gather "as clounsi aud as doves to their windows," while from the home which is the abode of discontent, strife and trouble, they 11 y forth as' vultures to rend their prey. | The class of men who disturb)...

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

? > y * ^ * * "1 I * -BHD- v ^ (Skmsolibateb ^ouember 16, 1903 * . innV s VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1906. NUMBER 30 A RESULT OF SCHOOL FADS Iu this age of innovation and pro* gross there are certain old moorings from which the country should suffer no severance?-this as applied to morals, politics, education and all the concerns of life. The thought was vividly brought to our mind recently when readiug the report of a citizens committee of Cleveland, Ohio. It seems, according to an editorial iu the Western Recorder, that considerable complaint had been expressed among the employers of Cleveland's public school products, to the effect that these pupils, were neither quick nor accurate in simple arithmetical computations. Thereupon followed the appointment of a committee of business men to test the practical knowledge of the pupils in the highest grammar grade. "The Questions." savs the Record er, "were very easy uml witnout any catch or puzzle. One...

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

2 THE MAN SHOPPER. 1 am tbe man shopper. I 1 am one among a million souls, and yet I , am a million sou's in one. I stride bitber and thither, looking for something to give Lizzie, ami for the talking doll for my sister's cousin's niece. t 1 have in my vest pocket the list. Mine is one of a million vest pockets, and ? mine is a million vest pockets in one. 1 must find pearl-handled opera glasses for Cousin Jenuie (if I can get anything descent for $3 89.) I must get a hundred other things?for this is the seasou of joy and gladness. I am the man shopper. I feel that my h?art is big within me. 1 unbutton my vest to give it room. 1 say my heart is big, and I unbutton ray vest, and a Kind Old Lady warns me that I am temptiog the pueumony. I wonder what the world would do without Kind Old Ladirs. (Confound it, madam, you may be kind, but your umbrella bus jabbed me iu the short ribs!) 1 asked the man in wondrous apparel at the Hnnr to Hirort tnu fr\ ttin tinwaltw isntm. ter. 1 am cone, b...

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

r to' [MAJ I HIGH! QUAL1 IN AFTER YEARS. Just a little meeting on the street one <iny, He sednte and older, abe sweet-faced and h'ray, Just a little band elaap, just a word or two. Just a pair of, ha/.ei evea smiling Into blue. Just a little, low, sweet laugh, more tban half a tear, And his mind went racing hick along with hers, I fear, Toa little graduate dressed iu purest white. And a little sad good-bye o'er the gate one uigbt. And ht? nh' lio rAPAtmri il nnM nr\A* hnu nlnlilrtin ton And she? Well, she's been married t wire and hopes to be again.?t. H. Kendall in Chicago Record Herald. The Proper Age to Marry. Twenty-seven, au age at which the era of old-waidism was at one period well begun, now is regarded as quite girlish. The fashionable age for marriage is from twentyseven to thirty-two for women, from thirty to forty-five for men. Vinol builds you up and keeps you up Our delicious Ccd Liver preparation without oil. Better than old-fashioned cod liver oil and emuls...

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

4 Jialera &imeg-|Ug Vl'ULlSHKD KVKKY T1IUUS Salem Printing and C. D. DKNI" W. W. McCLUNU. I Subseripti One Year Nine Months ...... Six Mouths ...... Three Months . . ; . / PHONE A Merry Christinas to you, one and all, good patrons; and "may you aw live long anu prosper. The lioartl of Supervisors of this county give notice in another column of this paper' today that they will elect a County Superintendent of Bonds. This is au important office, and tney want a good and competent man to till it. If this strikes the eye of any one who thinks he measures lip to the requirements, he should put in his application. Those wiio came near going into hysterics because Mr. Bryan, as a private citizen (but the longestheaded one in all the land) advocated government ownership of railroads, ought go 'way back and shame themselves if they don't fall dead at the attitude of Secretary Hoot, who presumably speaks for President Koosevelt, when he came out flatfooted a few days ago in a spee...

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