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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1904

I Jj^w ?hxi?%* Mttgi&ltt * ?onsolibaleb \s ^Xox>emhet l6' i90^- * v Vol. 381 SALEM, VI RGINIA THUKSDAl', MARCH 31, 1904. Nft ^ TRAVELS ABROAD. London?Soutli Kensington Museum?'* The ltedhkins "?Westminster Abbey. [Letter No. G.J After Kensiugton Palace, we went to Kensington Museum, now called Victoria and Albert Museum. It was our good fortuue to see this lirst under the guidance of Mr. Sponsor, Director of the Royal Collego of Art in connection with the Museum, and of his brother who is teacher of history of Art here. We thus gained not only an invaluable idea of what to sec iu this almost limitless collection, and how to see it, but also obtained an insight into what this school is doing for the advancement and culture of art stu dents and art. Afterwards wc dined with these charming people in their very cosy and lovely bachelor apurtment3 on historic Carlysle avenue, near Carlysle's home, and after dinner were entertained delightfully, finishing up the eve...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1904

TIMES-REGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MARCH 31. 1904. HIS 0|.1> "11 AH MY" KNKW III II. Ami Yt'l Nlio 11;i<I Not Seen llini lor Si\t> Yi'iirs. A little negro homo at i'lo Ottawa street, 111 Leavenworth, Kim , was tho scone ??f tho renewal of a friendship Monday that had boon interrupted for sixty voars. Tho principals in tho remarkable incident wore a Chicago jurist and an old, grayhaired negro woman, who had been his "mammy" in Kentucky yean before tho Civil War. The jurist was .ludgo Murray Floyd Tuley, nuil tho old negress wa : Kllcn White. .1 Igo ( Tuley is seventy-sevcn years of age. Ellen White is ninetysix. More than seventy years ago Ellen White, then .a slave owned by tho family of Judge Tuley in Kentucky, was given charge of her master's littlo boy and his sister. She was a faithful nurse, and they grew to love her. In return the negro woman became greatly attached ' to the children. When the boy was about seventeen years of age circumstan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1904

p . *? TIMES. REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 1904. TO LEND. s 1 On good real estate security in Roanoke oity and in Roanoke and Bedford couuties $500, $700, $1,000 and larger sums. Mokfktt & Fox, Malent and Roanoke City, Va. 44 Stnwel'e Hver^reeu " and 44 Tri- * tatnph" corn one dollar per gallon, at F. W. Whlteeoareer & Co. i A Salem Woman Asks 1 44 b-?ve you a lloor palut tliat will last 1 f irn wnnloV ^ Vita wo liava HnVAa'a 1 it has a beautiful gloss and will wear two years it properly applied. c o. D. Oakky. | No. 1 Fat Mackerul, 2 for 25 cents ' at F. W. Wbitescarver & Co. , LUST J f On Friday night, March 35th. one COLT, four years old this spring; ^ bay, with small star in forehead; lit- t tie white on hind feet, had cut on , right fore leg, Weight 800 pounds. Any information will be gladly received. * 8. W. Jamison, fl Roanoke Va. ' DRAFT HORSE WANTED, j ; b Wanted?A heavy, young, sound, ^ draft horse. ? I W - - G. R. PlKRl'O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1904

RQ1 Baling Is Most E Because it ti awe! mose he* rc'i'al taking ppwde MAN'S LOVE VS. WOM&N'SI 15y helen oldfield. There bo some subjects of never-ending discussion, all the more so, it would seem, because they arc such as can by no possibility bo definitely decided one way or another. Anions these unprofitable questions few aro more thoroughly and constantly thrashed nut than this: "Which loves best, a man or aH woman?" To this there would appear to bo but ono auswcr. Feeling cannot be measured excepting by results, and oven this measure I is but partial. Some men love more deeply than other men, more devotedly than some women, and vico versa. It seems the fashion of i late to insist upon analyzing' fnnlintrk} n ml f a otritm i ?,UU ViKVl.VIIP, I.V/ to grasp tho impalpable, to die-! CU38 men and women as though ; they were of different species in- j stead of one flesh, members, all,! of tho same family. Humanity is much the same, malo and j female. At one timo so wholly ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1904

" ' > Tlio Kind You IIavo Always lSou;;lif. lias borne the si(,rnn> (arc or Chi vs. II. Fletcher, nu?l lias been made under his IMTsciim supervision lor over JiO years. Allow no ono to deceive you in this. Counterfoils, Imitations ami ?.Tust-us-good " arc hut Gxprrinuaits, nnd endanger tho health of Children?Experience against Experiment. ! The Kind You Have Alvija Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Periecl Fining Garments AltE DE3IRED by every man,whether he jiays #10.00 or I'JO.OO for his Knit or Overcoat. That is what we are xuoot particular abt it ouraelyee?THE FIT; sand when you buy your CLOTHES hi re. we iiiBivt thr.l the Oarmenta must he perfectly satisfactory to you before they leave our store. MEfI'S SlJlTS AND OVERCOATS $6.00 TO $20.00 Ab'oiutely Correct in Style and Fabric, our Autumn and Winter Models. ? BOY'S CLOTHES The three essentials for Boy's Clothee?Oreat Durability, Correct Style, Perfec. it. We have combined ihe?e in a manner that will be mos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGl: Published Every Tliut Salem Printing and C. D. Don W. W. McClunx, k Subscriptic Ono War ...... Nino Months Hix Months ...... Tlireo Months ...... TIH >NKS, Nl'M TIIUKSDAY, M PKOIMIKCY PlilwVSI'.S I S. | The Roanoke Times of yesterday morning informs us that news line been received from Staunton to the elTect that the "unostentatious little city" of Salem is makiug a strong bid for the general yards and shops to he located by the Tidewater Hallway Company, and that it is highly probable that such yards ami shops will be loe it* d at Salem ou t lie 104 acres of land lylug between the Norfolk & Western track and the river, which the town has offered to donate for that purpose to tlie Tidewater Company. No assurance lias yet been extended to the people of Salem by the Tidewater management that yards and shops will be located here, but there is, in tlio very atmosphere here, a wide-spread ft cling that it is the purpose of the company to select Sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1904

QDALIFIBD FOR THE POSITION.1 Conscience Would Not Allow I Hint to Hob the Widowed ol' Hreml. % A* merchant 'advertised for a stenographer with a knowledge ' of Spanish who could correspond in that language as well as English. By mistake the newspaper ' printed the salary to be paid as * 30-?. instead of ?3 a week. By e post the merchant rocoived this E communication in reply : * "London. ' "Dear Sir?I bog to offer my A services as applicant for the position advertised this morning. 1 "I am a young man thirty- * two years of ago and havo had 1 a business experience of seven- 1 teen years, and I feel confident, ' if you will give mo a trial,! can 1 prcve my worth to you. * "I am not only an expert r bookkeeper, proficient stenog- 6 rapher and typewriter,excellent * telegraph operator and college 1 professor,but have several other 1 accomplishments which might 1 make mo more desirablo than 1 ordinary mortals. I am an ex- 1 perienced manager, and have 1 won medals for reciting 'Mary ( h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1904

i| Small Potatoes ; j result from :i lack oi 1 | ; Potash in tlie soil. Potash produces size ami quality. ' books wblch 7*> explain more -rvfy | GERMAN KALI WORKS, I New Vwk-yil Niimiiii Street* or f AllmiUt I'H.-stk11; So. lhvml M. Scrl,?t lire V indieated. Lowiston Freo Press: The s'.ory of Lot's wifo turning into a pillar of salt can no longer be doubted. A young lady the other day put her foot upon a dry goods box to tie lmr shoe Htringand two young men who wore passing turned to rubber. folds Cause Pneumonia. One of the most remarkable cases of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. (lertrude K. Fenner,Marion,Ind.,who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure. i . coughing and straining so weakened me that 1 ran down in weight from k i to tnj pounds. 1 tried a number of remedies to no avail until I nsid One Minute Cough Cntv. Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough,strengthened my lungs and resto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1904

.. ?. . ? 7 ^ ?~? ^ (Stonsolibaleb j^, ^Tchogmbgr 10, 1903 <* I ? ? ? ?*????????? ???????????????????? ?? ? Vol.38. SALEM, VIRGIN!a7THTJLvSDAY. APRIL 7, 1904. No. 45. B . .*' .. TRAVELS ABROAD. London?National Gallery? The Wallace and Tate Collections. / [.Lettkk No. 7.j John Julius Angerstciu had a col l&ction of thirty-eight pictures which were to be sold. George IV suggested buying them to start a National Gallery. The matter was brought before Pailiamcut by Sir George Beaumont, Ian appropriation of ?57,000 for pictures, and ?3,000 for incidental expenses, was made, and on the 10th May, 1824, in Mr. Angeretein's home on Pall Mall, the Grst exhibition was opened to the public. Thin WAD flia lmnrin nin? . ?.? |. MW vuv wvgiutuug vi HiV National Gallery. Then came many gifts, purchases, and bequests. Beaumont gave sixIteen valuable old masters; ltev. Wm, Hoi well-Carr, thirty-five more; Mr. Wynn Ellis ninety-four foreign masters; Vernon, one hundred and fifty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1904

TIMES- R.EGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1901. A NEW JERSEY SOLOMON, Justice of the Peace Rentiers n Decision Not Unlifce Tliat I of the Famous llihle Character. Magistrate Jermon ouco spenl a summer in a little town ir South Jersey and made the ac quaintauce of a justice of th( peace who hold more ofllces that Pooh linh liiniRolf " U? wnu ' nays Jormou, according to tin Philadelphia Press, "a notarv public, a storekeeper, superin ton don t of tho Sunday school, r lay preacher, postmaster, coro ner, a farmer and a few more things that I can't recall now Ho was a shrewd old fellow, uf a decision in a case that I hoard goes to show. Two farmers had a dispu'e about the ownership of some poultry, and each pleaded his own case. Each side had an equal number of witnesses and thero was some tall swearing done all aroumfe If I had boon sitting on the caso I should have given it up as a bad job, or sont it to court for trial. But - that's just what ho didn't do. " I forgot to state ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1904

TIMES- REGISTER, and SENTINEL. I THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1901. TO LEND. On good real estate security in Roanoke oily and <11 Roanoke and , Bedford counties $500, $700, $1,000 and larger sums. Mokkktt & Fox, Salem and Roanoke City, Va. i "^towel's Evergreen" and *' Tri- J urnph" corn one dollar per gallon, at F. W. Whitesoarver & Co. t A Snlcni Woman Asks * c " have yon a floor paint that will last two weoksT ' Yes we have DeVoe's ; d It has a beautiful gloss and will wear 1 two years it properly applied. 0 O. D. OAKKY. No. 1 Fat Mackcrul, 2 for 25 ceuts j at F. \V. Whitescarver Si Co. IJOST S c Oil Friday night, March 25tli. one $ COLT, four years old this spring; bay, with small star in forehead; lit* H tie white on liiud feet, had cut on ? right fore leg, Weight 800 pouuds. \ Any information will be gladly received. 8. W. Jamison, ltoauoke Va. t DRAFT HORSE WANTED. Wanted?A heavy, young, sound, L draft horse. w Gh R. plbrpobt. G * - . y F W.Whitesoarv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1904

HEA IS Most In No one can tell j from bad merely b The price is some fallible one; Some cheap brands yet contain unwl There is one sa to follow the re( U. S. GOVERN! THE HIGHEST AUTI THROUGHOL THE BEST HOUSEKE! i ? r\' I\ w BAKING ABSOLUT BlilATIOBS BBTWEEB JAPAN AND HDSSIA. The first conilict lias taker place between little Japan and big Russia, Japan carrying oil the honors; and, if one car credit tlio reports, has managed so masterfully that sho has huc cessfully blockaded Russia Iron ports of entry by sinking he ships at tho entrances of them It is difficult to understam why Russia should have treat od Japan with such scorn as tc delay her reply, without accord ing some sort of response, unti the time had eypired which Ja jian had named as tho limit c forbearance. It shows that thi great power is laboring under j delusion as to her importune* and the awe which she inspires Should it follow that this lofty indifference to a respect Iful communication from an Hon orable nation lia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1904

? ? - - - - - I *~ I fc r 8 n fa n 1 s a n c Custorin in n harmless substitti Korie, Drops and Soothing Sy contains neither Opium, Men substance. It destroys V&irms It cures Diarrluca and Wind fn^r Troubles and cures Const tltbl irit'iitir ! Tho children's i'uuticcn-Tho The Kind You Have yj Bears the Si$ C&ffr In Use For Ove TMC Cfwnuw COMf>W?, TT Mun^OV ilij?UW1I|HM Rg PbfIbci Fillin ARK DE3IRKI) by every man,whether or Overcoal. That Ib wbat we are nust |>a aud when yon buy your CLOTHE.3 brre, perfectly satisfactory to you before tbey 1 MEN'S SUITS AND OVERC Absolutely Correct in 8tyle and Fabric BoY'8 CLOTHES The three eeaeutials f Correct Style. Perfect Fit. We baye conrt most satisfactory to parents aud boya W Special Offe And OVERCOATS for boys-3 to 17 yen 12.00 to * SOLE AGENTS FOR DOUGLAS SOLE AGIi MEALS & BURKE Maaonic Building Cor. Jefferson and Cam| I WEBER PIANO Fifty years of devotion to piano maker'* urt, fifty ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGIS Puhllsltrd Every Thur; Salem Printing and C. D. Dottl W. W. McClun*. 11 Subscriptio One Year ... ... Kino Months Six Mouth* ... ... Three Month** 'PHOJSKS, IS' UM THUWSDAY, PATRIOTIC AM) STATESAIANLIKK In tiro cent review of Democratic prospects, Senator Bacon, of (Georgia, mado the following statesman like remarks: "There should bo the most pronounced conservatism in every uiiorauce aim action ?i tue convention; wo should have a thoroughly conservative man at the head of tho ticket. Present business and financial conditions should bo recognized, and such changes and reforms as may be necessary should be undertaken in such a conservative manner as not to disturb or unsettle the business of the country. "I believe that we should go before the country in the attitude of a couversative policy respecting tho tarill' and,probably moro important still, the Democratic party should recognize the money question as having been fully settled and removed from the issues of the...

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

PUT HIMSELF I; IN HER PLAGE.: Here Wuha Man Who Wus Ileal- i ly Possessed of ,a Heart. There was a man on a car the other day as was a man. He was talking earnestly to a fellow. ( masculine, not at all for effect, , 80 far an the feminine eavesdroppers could see, bpt out of ( the fulness of his heart. "Yea, I'vo been home for a full two weeks recoyering from Ithe grip," the eavesdroppers heard him say, "and I've been taught a lesson in that time that I am not likely soon to forget. Tell you how it is. My wife hasn't had a cook but two weeks Bince we came home from the country last summer. She hasn't had a servant of any sort more ^than that. When I've come home from the office in the evenings, half the time I have found her with a kimono on resting. Occasionally she would say that she had planned that we should i go to some of the hotels for din- < ner, and that she hadn't pre- ] pared anything at home. Now 1 I lived in hotels and boarding- 1 houses for 10 years before we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1904

CIHBIM 8.W8 " I WITSOH OUGHT! To Be Ashamed? Auotlior Letter ol" I>enial Aneut the Hooker Washington I tinner Story?Charges Pronounced False. Richmond, Vu., April 1.?Writing from Princeton nmler date of March "7, former President (J rover Cleveland positively denies the story that the negro Fred Douglass was invited to a reception at his house 1 il._i 1- - 1M A' " iiuu unit iic, wiuie governor 01 XNew Yor, kapproved a l?ill providing for mixed schools. The letter, which is written in reply to n request for information from William E. Abcrnathy, of Chase City, Va., says: "My attention has severnh times lieen called to the statements of Mr. Tom E. Watson to the effect that Fred Douglass was invited to my wedding reception, and, further, that while Covernor 1 signed a bill providing for mixed schools. 1 have already written two or three letters denying these allegations and do net propose to spend any more time denying statements so absurd and emanating from so impossible a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1904

- ^ f 1 . . .Tf:I . .? itttt 3 88 Itejpttff**' -mil?- I 4* (SLonsolibciteb Smiint ISlovembev 18, 1903 # ' j * .?kW is Vol. 3a - SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1904. No. 46. | TRAVELS ABROAD. London?National Gallery? Tlio Wallace and Tate Collect Ions. [liETrEH No. 7.J (Continued from last week.) Landseer is probably more uni versally known than any artist who ever lived. Not because he was sueli a groat one, but more that lie chose subjects, and was gifted iu a way that appealed to all classes and agee and lecause he had his brothers and father to engrave ami etch his works. Thus they could come within reach of all. Who docs not know "Shoeing the old bay mare"?the horse which would brcok 110 halter ? Pre-eminently, he is a portrait painter of dogs. "I hear you are to have your portrait painted by Landseer," said a lady to Sydney Sniitli at a dinner party. "Is thy servant a dog that he should do this thing?" was the wit's reply. And dogs were on his waiting list so long tliut s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1904

TIMES-REGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1901. woicsiiIPITIII: m:\ii,. In Paris, France, recently several persons were on trial charged with worship of 'he devil. A baron and a count had dedicated a room as a temple to Saton and, it is said, initiated a lir^o nunibor of p r o s into 'Ue mysteries of 111 *je o k 1 >ij> of Lucifer. The incident is a reminiscence of the Dark Ages. However? Is it to bo supposed that these are the only worshipers of Satan? Why the Prince of Darkness (call him Personal Devil, Abstract Spirit of Kvil, or What Not) has millious'of adherents. Indeed there are few of us win have not atjsamo time bowed at his shrine. Not intentionally perhaps. Like the Athenians who worshiped the Unknown God wo did not know whom we served. It was the devil just the snmo. Evory man who forgets all else in life save himself, whose life is entirely self-centered, is a worshiper o' Satan. Every man who lives of himself, by himself and for himself is a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1904

fc?r " i i ii Times, register and SENTINEL. THUR8DAY, APRIL 14, 1904. TO LRND. Ou good real rotate security In Roanoke oity and <n Roanoke and Bedford counties $590, $700, $1,000 aud larger auuis. Mokkktt & Fox, Caleui and Roanoke City, Va. v A Salem Woman Asks ^ " li .ve you a Hoor paint that will last . two weeks? ' Yew we have DeVoe's ; it han a beautiful Riots and will wear f two years II properly applied. O. I>. OAKKY. I)It AFT HOIt8 (4 WANTED. I Wanted?A lieavy, young, sound, ? draft horse. ? < ?. It. PlKItl'ONT. i F.W.Whitescarver & Co.are agents for the Southern Chemical Co., of ( Roanoke, Va.,seethetn before buying , fertilizers ' , Fresh Creamery Batter at 35 cents , per pound at , F. W. WIIITKSCAIlVKIl & Co'S. ( Garden Seed*, all kinds, in bulk at F. W. Whiteecarver & Co., Day bui'd- * inur, opiiosHe court honse. 1 IS THE GROUND H0G1: PHILOSOPHBB?; That the ground hog know- . eth a few things...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1904

ROI Baking Makes the food wore nutritious to both < I have given th to the Cornell Ui years very satisf certain that mud has depended upc articles used. In I use the Royal, edlv the best. I 1 given others a tru onstrated to my there is hut one always making and wholesome f Reliable 41 Royal." (Mrs.) Am' TIIK lilt . M> OF THE CON VIC r. In tlie old days of tho dark ages a convicted wrongdoer was branded on the face, that as long as he lived ho might bo a dis pised outcast. Wo have made some progress ?iti form at least. Wo no longer mark men as criminals for life because of one mis-step. At least, we don't brand them 011 thofaco with hot i .oiis Wo pretend to hold the theory that when a man has paid tho penalty of the law he has as good right as anybody else to become a man and earn an honest living. Wo proach that a sentence for a year or two in a penitentiary is not a sentence for life to isolation and suspicion. Yes. we preach and pretend theso things; but how...

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