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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1904

? 1 ? ' for infants and Children. Casloria is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil, Pure. porlc, Props hiuL Boothin* Syrup*. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishiics*. It cures l>iarrh?ea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teetli- 1 injc Troubles mid cures Constipation. It regulates tlio Stomach and Powels, Kivini; healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. * nru- "XT TT A 1 T> 1 j_ me jqliuu ?uu navu iiiways x>uugiiL jy Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. r i g . ! |! =r WHEN IN ROANOKE CALL ^ , ? AND EX A VINE OUR STOCK =3 , ? OF HOUSEHOLD NECESSI- 3 I I ENGLEBY ? BRO. CO. 1 ' z n salem avenue. < roanoRe, va. z2 i i ' ** 3( r ^ I = - 3 t 1 r I 3 ' W I ^mmimuiuiuiuiuauuuwiiiuiuiiuiuu m iumiuiiuuiu^ 1 Perfect Filling Garments i AUK DGSIRRI) by every man. whet her he pays 110.00 or 120.00 for his Hult or Overcoat. That la wha...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1904

/" SALEM TIMES-REGI Publist\e<l Evoiy Thu: . Salem Printing and C. D. Det W. W. McCtun*. 1 Subscripti hie Your . . . . .Mue Months . . Nix Months ...... l'tiree Mouths 'PHONES, NUI TH U RSDAY, .VI TIIE 01TLOOR Bit Hill TENS. For the la?t few days there has been a rumor afloat, both in Salem and Roanoke city, to the effect, that the now railway, the lino of which is now being surveyed down lloanoko river invir Salem, is not of tho Walt ish System as was, at first supposed, but that it is to be a part of the Seaboard Air J/me, ilio management of which, for sometime, lias boon contemplating the building of another line from Norfolk to the coalfields of West Virginia. So far this sounds like-tho theory of a man whose habit of mind leads him to differ from other folks. There seems to ho nothing substantial upon which to huso such a theory. At about tho time this rumor presented itself, we also heard that a certified check of tho Wabash people made its appearance, this week, at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1904

| ~ "OFPORTDNTIEU." John Dwlght'd will reveals the fact that he made more than $1,000,000 by the manufacture of I icarbonate of soda. This is not to extraordinary as it may seem. The history of manufacture is full of examples of fortunes amassed from small ami nl.itively insignificant articles. The great commercial kings have not been above giving their attention to little things. They embraced little beginnings and made them great successes Kon nnon r\n f infollAtf r* o MVA/UUOV puv IUV\71I\7VV) pa" tience, euergy into them. Opportunity lies not in the thing n man attempts to do; it lies iu the man's power to do it. The young man who holds back for his lucky chance to present itself fully developed and labeled is bound to be disappointed. All chances worth having -are created. To the man not fitted for them they are not chances at all. The pessimist who sees no opportunities for young men any more, such as there used to be. when the men now rich first got their 6tart, argues that t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1904

I * jj A Golden Rule J ( of Agriculture: I Il<< to vourlatnl and yourCl'Op L ' will !>o Plenty of Potash ; in thofertilizi rspollsquality 1 -'V, ' 8 and <|u:ttitity in tin- har- . v>| jft/jt.Aj)' I ve st. Write us nii-l I ' w? will sen I yon, yVWfV yiiKxjl Ore, I?v next in iil. 'A ? our nioticy v.'inniti;' ^jji,j^gL|l ( OCR HAN k At 1 WGKKS, ?f , (<cw >urk ?Nas..cu I t. / r ^ ^ ' ^^ ! ^r'^ ^ llltH' Tl.nu U..OI...I 1* The citizens of Clarendon, Ark., 1 hud a colored postmaster. This was rj a great aniiction to tlie white people. The sight of "adamned nigger" in ( a federal pssition caused them great i anguish of mind. They stood it with inward rage until the incumbent appointed his daughter, a bright young colored woman as his assistant. Then the indignant voice of the community broke forth. They would not stand it. The postmaster left town on business last Saturday and his daughter did not open the ollice t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1904

$a(m Clmcs jfteofofrr -HI3.?# <?Lon#oIibaleb Sjettlituel ^2Ftot)crrtbcr 16, 1603. $ I r ... ' , Vol. 38. SAIjBM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904. No. 42. TRAVELS ABROAD. Strut ford t o London. [Lettkr No. 4 ] We are now ready for Stratford! Can you imagine with what eager anticipation, almost trepidation, we stepped into a carriage to go to Shakespeare's home! The place of all places in England, I suppose, T most wanted to see. Stratford is a little town of about eighty-four hundred inhabitants, w hose one interest is that associated with the great dramatist, whose income is visitor's fees?thirty thousand pilgrams (one-fourth American) coming here unnually. "The mind refuses to dwell," says Washington Irving, "on anything (that is not connected with Shakespeare (all other attractions like the beautiful home of Marie Corel!i and the old home of John Harvard, the founder of Harvard University? are very misplaced being here, to get their share of attention.) His idea perv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1904

/ TIMES-REGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1901. ciunmioN's questions. The Proper Way to 1 >??i*I With These DtlUciilt Posers. Little folks aro wont to ask most terribly mnbai Hissing questions at times, and the more intelligent the children uro the more they will want to know, for the active little brain t f a clover child i< always usk*ing the why and wherefore of i!Vi>rvt.liimr j n* Jn dealing with child rens' questions he e ireful to discriminate between those which are the outcome merely of a childish love of talking. The latter are often best dealt with by saying quite gently, "If you think a little,dear, you will bo able to answer that for yourself." To questions of tho former class reply if possible as carefully as you would to an adult questioner. If the matter be beyond the child's understanding or unsuitable for explanation to one of tender years, don't mako any foolish or ovasive answer. Say simply: "1 cannot explain that to you n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1904

TIMES-R.EGISTER.fi And SENTINEL. I THURSDAY. MARCH 17. 1904. 1 IS rHE GROUND HOG A I PHILOSOPHER?' That the ground hog know- b eth a few tilings, the last past a ix weeks see tuts to have demonstrated, and even now on a <t e 10th of March he holds on with as uauch determination 0 t rx Aorvv fx la tvxlnf aa W a linns* - T lelt In the Panama question, or Bussla to Manchuria, but 8i these are questions beyoud us d ?there are a few things more easily established. We can t certify to the f tot that F. W. c Wliltesoarver & Co. have v and always keep, one of the b nicest and most down-to-date v stock of groceries anywhere found iu the south?have yon t ever seen so fresh looking a woods or to olsau a grocery? If so where? their goods al- v ways look as though they were j not a day old?house hIwhjs clean and well ventilated?no 8 bad ordors from stale goods? h why not patronise a Home like that and enjoy what you j eat?it will not cost yea one j cent more. They are in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1904

e , RO1 Baking Saves The use of Royal essential to the h< family food. Yeast ferments th< A Inn* hnLinit nmi . ...... >ts j'",. Royal Baking Po rovai. r.akinn row RACE HATRED. It it? with regret that wo say it, hut in tho light of the episode in Ohio, at? it in set forth in the news of the day, tlv6 Constitution is compelled to conclude that, for some reason or other, the newspapers of tho north do not reflect the opinions and beliefs of tho people they are supposed to represent. They make a great show of doing so, and when the whole south is to be taken to task for some lawless act, or for soino outrage committed bv individuals in a moment of excitement, and iu the h^atand fnry of passion, they are as busy with their criticisms as a pair of chimney swallows are in scouring the skies in search of food. Not long ago, when the halfserious, half-whimsical utter^ f /I AT aiiuuo ui viwvurimr \ uruuman )iu? 1 aroused a storm of criticism that is not vet ov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1904

j I =1 for Infants and Children, Tlio Kind Von Iiavo Always Dought has borne the signature of Clius. IV. Fletcher, and lias been made under his personal supervision for over itO years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and ' "Jllst'llS'lftHlll " liro > <. li'viiorlninnfii. uitil ntulmiirni" ?!..? health of Children?Uxjiorieiifo agwiiiHt Kxpcriincut* The Kind You Have Alv-& Bought Boars tho Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. THC CtWTauW COMMWV, TT ttRUT, WCW YOWS C?TV. ^51tf ItFTtFfffT?FW WWTtTttTITf ItFUTTTf ITT Yf? W W WWWWRT1t?!? ? I I I s " E 31 ^ WHEN IN ROANOKE CALL ^ fe AND EXAMINE OUR STO'CK r3 fe,' OF HOUSEHOLD NECESSI- 2 TIES. ^ 1 ' ENGLEBY & BSD. CO. l| H" 17 SALEM AVENUE. Z* F ROANOKE, VA. 2 5 1 *= 1 1= 3 P 1 i 1 ^iuiuiuiuiuauuiuiuuwuaiiuiuiuiuiu iuiuiuiuiuiuiu'^ i ?/ < *' miWiB .. nrwwMP*'* JTCII. Z ? ' it-Osf W )S ?*{??? VEGETABLE SICILIAN liair Renewem B Why not step this falling c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGI! Published Every Thur: Salern Printing and C. D. Denl W. W. MoCIuna. 11 Subscriptic On) Year IN iue Month* Sit Month* ...... Three Mouths ...... '1*11 (INKS. NUM THURSDAY, M. RRILIITKR STILL. During the lu?t few (lavs there has b en uuito a good deal of excitement in Salem resulting from the fact that the management of the new railway project has been busily engaged in securing, for right of way purposes, some very important options on lands along the line of the proposed new road. This feature of the work is being conducted in the same busiuessliko way so characteristic of all the operations of these people so far observed. It is generally icgarded by thoughtful inert as an unquestionable fact, that the road will ho built, and at tho present timo the uppermost question in the public mind u* whether shops and odices will bo located at or near Salem. There are many men of keen observation and sound judgment, both hero and in Itoanoke, who believe that this will be do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1904

. AN A flFOL CONDITION It has now developed that a syndicate controlling almost unlimited resource has beon formed, and i-? sending out agents aud advertisements all over the world, foe girls for tho World's Fair nt St. Louis. The object is to establish an immense demimond district, where a great trufil i in girls and their virtue may be carried on. In other words, au iiutne"su crib district, such as we have iu Lob Angeles. where all kinds of lewdness and vice inay hold high carnival. Wi(I the people submit lo it?? California Voice. This is one condition of affairs; here is another. A certain syndicate, possibly the same referred to above, has entered into a contract with the World's Fair Commissioners under which it is granted the privilege of erecting certain buildings near the entrance to the exposition grounds. These buildings are now in process of erection. They are large, massive structures and are to all outward appearances hotel lodging houses, and similar places for the ent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 March 1904

. J Our money wit.r.inR books, * k| written 1'V men who know, tell I p Potash 1 S They are 5>y cvn y tnan I B who owns :i Ik Id and a plow, and Fj' ? who desires to set the most out I Tliey ?rr/i et. Pend postnl CtinL M l.naiw KM.I WIIHK* E5 PS New York ? >r??M or H Alkrln, (i?.-2lS Su* "r?iJ St. H path ft 1c 8toky of v ijittli; m:\vsisoy. A correspondent, sends us tho following touching little story : " Sometimes tho sights of a city streets are memorable. Tho other evening as I walked home from the otlioo?tho night was r.i-v and chilly?I saw something that made mo think. I was passing tho front of a largo picture store oil the great street, la the brilliantly lighted window was exhibited a picture of considerable siz , in a costly frame. The painting represented two beautiful little girls walking through a daisy covered meadow, and picking flowers as they passed. On the cold pavement before the picture, stoo 1 a little, ragged, shivering newsboy. One small ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1904

| . " "* ' ' a; > * .. ' t-% JtCv s r*: - \ * i . ^aletn %iw&%* irUgi&fer j| -HW2>$ ?on$o(iba tcb If W" I ?$jctutttei . Vol. 38. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1904. No. 43. * ?? TRAVELS ABROAD. LONDON. , V ? | Letter No. 5.| Wc were now on our wiiy to the largest city in the world, the groat heart that sends its throbbing pulsations to the remotest corners of the earth. When a very small child, 1 had in imagination, gone to wonderful London-town on my mother's knee, and spurred on by the anticipations of its keen delights, allowed myself to be raised from the lloor by the ears, by those in pursuit of fun. But now it was to be the genuine city ami 110 "play" delights. In a vast place of this kind, one loses all identity, individuality?alt sense of being somebody. You are a mere atom; only a drop in this great human ocean, until, by most noble achievement in deed or thought, you rise up above the rest like a Rock of Gibraltar. Engla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1904

IT9 HEA is t Most Im No one can tell gc from bad merely by r-f-l 1 he price is some g fallible one; Some cheap brands 1 yet contain unwhc There is one saf to follow the recc U. S. GOVERN Ml THE HIGHEST AUTHC THROUGHOUT THE BEST HOUSEKEEI ROI BAKING ABSOLUTI sits THE son IS TOO HI11BLE. Vcncrtil (jr?sv?>ucr Doclnres Kittcrnrsx of War is 1 All lione. j 1 (Jenoral Charles (1 roavenor, of ] Ohio, who was one of the party of senators and representatives who went to Tidewater Virginia as guests of the Jamestown Exposition Company, took occasion at the banquet in the Hotel Chamberlin. at Old Point Comfort, Saturday night, to give some sound advice to Southern Democrats in respect to Southern men and the Democratic presidential nomination. " If I had any criticism of the South to offer," said Oeneral Grosvenor, * it would be that the South is too humble, too slow to take its full place in the Union. If there is anything that stands in the way of a complete restoration of kinship ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1904

r TIMES-REGISTER j * and SENTINEL. ! * ! DHl'USDAY, MARCH 21, ISHtl. IS THE GROUND HOG ! PHILOSOPHER? That the ground liog know- j eth h few things, the last past i nix wH?k? sei'ins- to have demoustrnted, and even uow on the 10th of March he holds on | with as much determination I to carry his point us M r Roosevelt in the Panama question, or Russia to Manchuria, but these are questions beyond us ?there are a few thincs more easily established. We can S certify to the fact that F. >V. scarver ?V Chi. Iirvh !1 ami a I way 8 kocp. one of t lie ' nicest, auil moat down-to-date etock of groceries anywhere found iu the south?have you , ever teen bo fresh looking i goods or so eleau a grocery? If so where? their goods al- i ways look as though they were i not a day old?house always cleau and well ventilated?no .bail or (lore from stale goods? ' why not patronize a House I like that and enjoy what you I eat?it will not cost you one 1 cent more. They are In the ' Day building op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1904

TIMES-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1W4. TOO STHEN000S LIVING. The Paw is <letting So Fust That Danger Surrounds Us. A young woman in Hot Springs Ark: lias acquired fatno by winning $11,000 at roulette. This is fully equal to tho.exploit or unariie scnwao at .uonte Carlo, who broke the bank. It is, however, offset by a veil-' erable man named Wick, from Youngstowu, Ohio, who lost $C2,000 in one night at Palm Beach, Fla. Nothing is calculated to give an honest man a contempt for riches more t'rnu these stories of how thousands are coolly squandered at gambling. It is said that out of 500 defalcations in Chicago, 420 of them arose from the pool rooms and the bucket shops. Young men read of enormous sums made und lost in this way, and it appears to them that life is a gamble and that all that is necessary to do is to take the risk and the matter is settled. So the poor fools rush in, lose their money, and not until they are prosecuted and the penitentiary stare...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1904

WHAT THE TAXPAYERS EXPEND The Times-Dispatch says: Few people in Virgiuia, we imagine, realize how much the tax-payera of this state are now expending annually on their roads. For the year ending July 1,1003, the county of Accomae expended forthia purpose $12,777; Alexandria, $15,S3G; Amherst, about $13,000; Augusta, over $20,000; Campbell, over $12,000; Chesterfield, about $10,000,Fairfax, $10,500; Fauquier over $11,000; Franklin, over $7,000; Halifax, over $12,000; Henrico, $ 18,982:IIanover.over$10,000: MAelr lenburg, $6,000, Nansomond, about $9,000; Norfolk, $28,457; Orange,over $0,000; Pittsylvania $21,133; Roanoke, $7,500; Rockbridge, over $15,000; Rockingham, over *25,000; Wythe, $8,500, and many other counties $5,0v 0 e Jd under. This iucludes the amount paid on account of road*, bridges, land damages, salaries of overseers and so on. The total disbursements under this head and under the head of disbursements by districts " makes the total for the w'.ole state of more than $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGI! Published Every Thur Salem Printing and C- D. Den W. W. Mi Clung. I Subscripts Hie Year Mue Mouths Six Mouths Three Mouths 'PHONES, NUN THURSDAY, M t HERE'S NEW HISTORY. "Ono of Mr. Hearst's vigorous boomers receutly explained in print that William Randolph Hearst, was a descendant of John Randolph of Roanoke, Va., and located Roanoke on 'the Norfolk and Western railroad beyond Lynchburg'"?Newport New< Times Herald, I)om. John Randolph of Roanoke had 110 descendants, if the reader doesn't see the point, and he didn't iive at Big Lick, either, remarks the Norfolk Landmark. And what difference does it make where he lived. SPECIAL NOTICE. / Owing to a break, in an important part of our press the Times-Register and Sentinel. appears today in six, instead of our usual seven-column siae, the change being rendered necessary in order to use the press of {the Roanoke Evening World, generously tendered us tor trie purpose. The curtailing of the size necessarily co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1904

' V .s Hv ftfl[^Kvvvv\^v^vJ^S\5vw5^wS for infants an< Cantorla is n harmless Mibstiti Koric, Drops and Mouthing $y contains iicitncr .Hiir substance. It destroy* Worm? It cures l>iarrli?ea mid Wind Ins Troubles and cures Cons stomach and llowels. sivitts I Tlie Children** Panacea?1The The Kind You Hav< yy Bears the Si In Use For Ove Pepiecl Fiilin ARK DKSIREI) by every mau.wbetb< or Overcoat. That is what we are most p and when you buy your CI.OTBKS ber? perfectly satisfactory to you before they MEN'S SUITS AND OVERt Absolutely Correct in Style and Kabri BOY'S CLOTHES The three essentials Correct St vie. Perfect Fit. \Vq.bave con most satisfactory to parents and boys \ Special Offc And OVERCOATS for boys?3 to IT vi #2.00 to SOLE AGENTS FOR DOUGLA SOLE AG MtHLS & bUKI\h Masonic lliuMing Cor. Jefferson and Car f ...12 CAR I ? SElvMs A I FURNI >Z But tbat'e the quantity we ha in addition to local shipment*. B' handled b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1904

' AT THE SEAT OF ~l GOVERNMENT. I i l What Our Washington Corre- 1 spomlent Flint* There of Interest. I It begins to look as if Congress 0 anight adjourn some time in April. 1 Appropriation bills are-being shoved 1 along rapidly. The ship-subsidy 8 bill and the 6ervice pension-bill are practically out of the way, the latter having been rendered unnecessary by < Commissioner Ware's executive iu- ? terpretation of the law, whereby veterans over sixty-two are to be given j W. o f l\<k nrr<\tm ! g\C n rvA jiviioiuuo vii wnt giviuiu ui aivun ' The labor bills championed by ( Mitchell and Gompers will die in committee. The tumult caused by Bristow'g report imputing illegal and improper conduct to many Congressmen is still heard but is slowly subsiding. The question of Senator Smoot's right to a seat will go over { till next fall, it being felt that a { decision against Sinoot now would jeopardize the electoral vote in two or three states. Representative Ba...

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