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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1904

? * for Infants an J Children. ' The Kind You liavo Always 1 tough t lias borne the signature of Chns. II. Fletcher, and lias been made under his personal supervision for over HO years. Allow no 0110 to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and 44.T?st-!VS-irood" are >>ut Fxneriiiiciits. and endanirer the he::!Ill el* Cliildreu?l&pericuco iipinst Expcriniriit. Tho Kind You Have Alw'je. -bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Snappy S>ppincg Saiti T|@\K'ri; leaders botli in price and quality from the slickest! stock of Clothing in town. ^jTliese suits have all the swing and style of "custom mades." ^[They're built to fit and wear perfectly?built of the best fabrics and in the best manner' All new styles in single and double breasted effects. HWith our beautiful new store, that is admired so much, we can serve our customers better now than ever before, and we are gaining new customers ever}' day. We're Outfitters from head to foot. ^[Sole...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1904

* SALEM TWES-REGI Published Every Thu Salem Printing and C. D. Der W. W. McClunt. 1 Subscript! On? Year Nm? Months fchx Mouths ...... Thro? Mouths 'PHONES, NUB THUKSDAY, ^ PAY YOUR POLL TAX* Every male citizen who wishes to vote in the Presidential election to be hold on Tuesday, the eighth day of November next, should not fail to pay his poll tax on or before the seventh day of the coming May. This is a prerequisite to the right to register and vote in said election, except in the case of old soldiers, and should not be over looked. The two sections of the Constitution of Virginia bearing on this point road as follows: Sec. 21. Any person registered under either of tho last two sections, shall have the right to vote for members of the General Assembly and all ollicers elective by the people, subject to tho following conditions: That he, unless exempted by Section Twenty Two, shall, as a prerequisite to the right to vote after the fist day of January, ninetoon hundred and four, pers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1904

LEtP TEAR WaWKLBS. Remember,ladies, that 1904 is "Leap Year." On account of the origin of the custom of young ladies finding loap year a propitious time for taking matters into their own hands is as follows: By nn ancient act of the Scottish Parliament, passed about the year 1228, it was ordained that during the reign of her blessed majesty Margaret, every maiden lady of both high and low degree shall have the liberty to speak to the man she loves. If ho refuses to take her to bo his wife, he shall be mulct in the sum of one hundred pounds or less,as his estate may be, except and always if he can make it appear that he is betrothed to another woman, then he shall be free. It was a hard time for bachelors. It may not be geuerally known that Burmah has developed the woman's right principal to the top notch of perfection. Women there have the privilege of selecting their own husbands,and the happy men whom they hono? with their choice have no right to say " no," unless they can prove p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1904

I SPOILED A (iOOl) nirnEHsioN. One Way to Look at tlie Prodimil Son Story. " It was just after the war, " said Senator Carmack,of Toun., who was discussing the race problem with several other senators and sonio representatives. The democrats in my neighborhood had hired a negro to campaign them among his ow n race, lie was addressing them with much fervor on the issues of the dty and was denoun>'ipg the Northern radicals for their treatment of the Southern whitos. i\.m tiese yer 'publicans Christians ?' lie denmti<lc<1. 'No, 8uh. Look how doy treats deso white folks. Deso white folk? is like de prodigal son, but doy don't get do treatment do prodigal son did. When dat prodig d son cnmehack Ids fathersaw him while ho was yet a great way ofT.an' ran to meet him an' put a ring ou his linger an' killed do fatted calf?yea,suh,do fatted calf.' "Ho made something of an impreesion.but when he finished a republican negro arose to addross the crowd in reply, '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1904

_ _ ? ? ? ? ???? | ?onsolibaieb Cgf TMovembet 16, <903 ? ", '/ . ""' .v;'- ';"" ..?&. f Vol.38. f ;, SALEM, VIRGINIA, THUKSDAY, APRIL 21, 1904k ~ No. 47. - 1 M 1 . . . :_it^^"^fv''" ... " ' r " ~ " i1. .. i ' > \ "\ ? ' . .' " ,====== _. . . - TRAVELS ABHOAD londos; 1 i >. 1} "Windsor Castle,Hampton Court. [Lkttek No. 8 ] I Gnd that it is very hard to leave L*onUon, but I do not propose to drown myself in my own ink, so 1 will not tell at length about every place we went. Our sight-seeihg was never arduous, for it was always arranged that the strength-taxing trips were properly infceifej^rsedf ?ith?|he strengthgiving ones. And so we had leisurely trips and drives through Kew Gardens, beautiful indeed, where the palace and orangery of Queen Charlotte are: through Hyde Park, and St. James aud Rotten Row, to Buckingham Palace, the oflicial town residence of (he'sovereigns; to the densely populated aud poor east district (curious that the wes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1904

TIMES - REGISTER. ' and SENTINEL. ( THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1901. Tllfe DISSOLUTION OF TIIK TllUST. , Tho breaking up of the Stand- ' ard Oil Trust, a breaking up in which nothing seems to have been broken but the law it was ordered to obey, is the topic considered by Ida M, Tarbell in hor April installment of " Tho His?? ry of the Standard Oil Com i uuy - in xvicuiuro 8. Mis J arhell having followed the growth of public interest in the trust now shows how this dosiro to fix the character and test the legal- 1 ity of the great organization ro- ' suited in a series of investiga- 1 lions and suits which brought much of its affairs to light and finally resulted in adverse court 1 decisions which compelled the ' nominal breaking up of the trust. First came an investigation by a special committee of the Now York legislature to which John D. Rockefeller was summoned as a witnoss and in which he gave the committee a wonderful demonstration of testifying as a fine art. Again was the Standard su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1904

TIMES - R.EGISTER.J and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1004. Ham Parish's A<1 vice to Young Ladies. Trust not to riches; but prepare yourself for any emergency. Laern to work," and not to l?e dependent upon servants to darn your stockings and to do tbe cooking. Above all I tbl , do not esteem too little those honorable uieu who sustain themselves sod their r>arents hy the work of their own hands. Young women, rem*ruber this, and instead of founding the purses of young men and ex sunning tlio cut or tlicir coats, look at ^ their hearts aud habits. Mtt;k if they have trades, and have a mind * which will lead them to look above a bu'terfly existence. Talk not of the " b? autiful white skin aud soft, delicate hands?tho fine appearance of the ( young gentleman. Let not these fool- ^ Isli considerations engross for a mo- ^ meut your thoughts. ' I g IN SPRING |'' gg As wall kr ataUothor Heanoniii :ri ? *g of tho year, u?eu careful M(cn- ' 'f? * Sj lion. Ifyoureyoa tiro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1904

HEA is 1 Most Im I_ 1 _ f- 1 - in Duying rooa-prc are to be thought c Results, Easy Hand] the most important is Health means eve clothes, shoes, hats, f buyer is deceived ar the only harm is loss ing food-products, if plied, there is not or but perhaps an injur is beyond price. Remember these facts ivh ROI BAKING : . i A DC/M WITH ?U<JV/JUV A c ROADS. The Divest Subject Now Before American People. Messrs. Editor:?In tills ago of progress and development of this great country of ours, there is nothing that bo imperatively demands our attention and serious consideration as its public thoroughfares The Mathematical Geography of aeouutry teaches distances and directions at present, but ere long wo predict as an adjuuet to tltis, it will add the necessary explanatory clause, that the roads in many s? ct ious of our much boasted and peculiarly favored couutry, ?r-' periodically impassable, owing to rain, iuud, bridgelees streams and heavy grades.Good roads of a country bespeak ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1904

' # * I I I I I III .IV > I I , I . ! I . for Infants and Children. ! I Casloria is a harmless substitute i*or Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlicr Narcotic I substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishiiosx. I It cures I>iarrluea and AVind Colic. It relieves Teething1 Troubles and cures Coustipation. It regulates the t Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. : Tlio Children's Panacea?Tlie Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought ! Pnara tiiA Sitrnntnvn nf f ! In Use For Over 30 Years. } Snappy Spring Saiti,! A 1^)k'rE leaders both 111 price ond quality from the slickest c stock of Clothing in ? 1]These suits have all the * swing and style of "custom mades.'' ^[They're built to fit 1 and wear perfectly?built of the best fabrics and in the best 1 manner* All new styles in single and double breasted * effects. ^jWith our beautiful new store, that is admired so 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1904

r, r , SALEM TIMES-REG Published Every Thi Salem Printing and C. D. D? W. W. NcClung. Subscript One Yenr Nine Mouths Six Months Three Months 'PHONES, N'U THURSDAY, y MR. <\K\KUKS OFFER. Recently it was reportod in tho various newspapers through out tho country, that Andrew Carnegie, the great steel baron, juRt U3 he was about to go abroad, had left word with the management of the Republican party that ho will contribute $.r>00,000 to the Republiciau corruptiou fund for the approaching presidential campaign, and that he will increase his contribution to $1,000,000, should ,il be necessary. This sounds more like a bargain and sale than anything elso. Apparently this might bo considered a generous offer, but, as a matter of fact Mr. Carnegie, looking at tho matter from the stand point of profits, could readily afTord to give from five to ten times that amount. Undei the high tariff rate on steol, he would get it all back and more bosides, from the American consume...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1904

HOW PAGE mm IT. I la the April McClure's, Thomas Nelsou Pago gets at the heart of the Negro Problem, throwing 1 the light of lus intimate knowl- 1 edge upon its difficulties and 1 fallacies. lie discusses the days of reconstruction aud exposes 1 the grave mistakes by both North and South iu the trying 1 post-bellum time. Changed relations and inisuu erstandings between the white and black ra- ' cos resulted. The North acted 1 on the principle that all men ava uiina * f hot 1 lut tuKrrn nomliul V f VtlU V VUV Ui VVV4VVJ to bo sustained by the government and that the negro needed protection against the white. The South always maintained that these were fundamental errors. i "The chief trouble that arose between the two races in tho . South after tho war grew out of , the ignorance of the North of ( the actual conditions of tho i S.?uth, and the ignorance of the i South of the temper and power ; of the North," writes Mr. Page. 1 Of the organization of the Freedraen's Bureau and tho &am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1904

I Holding Up a TrnijL^ G A heart to heart talk with an ex-train jobber is reoouttta^by O. Henry in "Holding Up a Train," in April McClure's. Tho former outlaw frankly and humorously describes the pursuit ho folloWed and one may be sure it loses none of its value in the retelling of O. Henry. This knight of the steel highway is a picturesque character who followed his profession with a . lively Benso of humor and appreciation of the ludicrous. He describes the modus operandi of truin-robbiug and details inter esting and funny iucidents connected with it in a rich and unc tuous vein of humor. The dangers and trials aB well as the humors of the "business" aro described and the estimates of its pleasures presented will hardly induce anyono to adopt it as a means of livelihood. As the narrator himself has it,"The train-robbing profession is not ho pleasant a one as either of its collateral branches, politics or cornering the market." It is not bocause men are necessarily ' cowards that t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1904

it ' ? .' ' '"' * '*'' " ' ;m-4 4 ?owssolibttieb ^^CWJgm^gr ^ i903 ^ Vol.38. . SALEM, VIRGINIA, TH^RSDAYrAPRIL ^S," 1904. No. 48. TRAVELS ABROAD. LONDON, The Tower and St. PaulH. [LkttHu No. 9.] We made severed trips to the Tower, as we did to many of the other places of vast interest. This had a gruesome fascination for us, for while it is now but the harmless scene of past terrors and tragedies and stirring everts, its memories are so rich and prolific, so potent and so enticing, that they draw you withiu their folds and hold and keep you. The Tower is a law unto itself, as it belongs neither to the city nor to the country, though part of its eighteen acres is in both. It is the special privilege of the constable of the Tower to proclaim the next in succession upon the death of a sov ereign, and to announce it to them. When William IV. died it was at night, and the constable reached Kensington Palace at a very early hour in the morning?too early for i the young Victoria to be awak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1904

<r~M % TIMES-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. j ~~~? ? 1 1 IT WAS NOT A JOKE. ( One of Governor Hoard's recolloctioiiB is of a prosperous old J German farmer with whom he was ouco conversing in Northern Wisconsin, when the subjectof humor carao up. "It has always seemed j strange to me," said the Governor, "that you Germaus, as a rule, do not appear to under- . staud American humor. You , have sotno remarkably clover humorists in Gormany, and . heir iokos are easilv Comoro hendod by the American mind, ^ yet your people do not soern to ( n'.o the point of our jokes at all." I be German promptly con- i trover ted this, claiming that ( his people were quick to see and appreciate American humor. f "You gif mo a joke," said he, "and you vill see dat I vill understand it yoost so veil as you." So Governor Hoard told of a man in his county who had feet so big that he had to use : the fork of a road as a boot- , .jack. , The German stood smilelessly waiting for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1904

TIMES-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY. APRIL 2?. 1004. I IN SPRING | A? well an stall other noaaonn S? S of the your, need c<irtful alien- jS? Sj limi. Ifvoureyea tiro or pain ,K sfiE y??u ill niiv way. at any tiui". or j 3 ML if your vision bocouiee /It'tn or < B jgj Mn'rretl. thoro in a defect of tlie ! 3 yjg oyos which only makes thoin W , 2s tceaker each day yon neglect 5g, t |K thoin. thou it is eery important Ej EL to net in tinio, linvo iis carefully %?L H examine them and if need* d wo gSt flk can adjuat the Decennary gUnnes ^ to relieve eye drain. Kyearhea ^ I* , tmstuesa ami uiaoy other diecom- IS f g fqpt| itae to eye strain. Bit. ItOBT. L. MOORE, ? 024 N. Bniad Hi. '^Baiom, Va. H Hours r?.:? i>. m. to 9 a. m. fir ltoanoko office :.*uS Saleui Ave. mf Hours 10 a. in. to *. '? p. in. Ej? ^ Itoll Phone ?0j'. _ _ ^ T IS THE GROUND HOG PHILOSOPHER? That the ground hogkuowetU. a few things, the last past rlx Weeks seeiua to have deiqonstrated, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1904

IV* x~ r":" V 1:.' ***: "' _ that calls for and soda or c ening agent us V w rowder. It food of finer gestible and w nSm In an instructive article contributed to the Independent, Mr George P. Upton, perhaps the best unofficial authority in this country on the subject treated, 6hows that during the last thirteen years 77,017 people have committed suicide in this country. In 1902 fifty cities furnished 2,500 cases of self destruction, out of a total of 81,32 for the entire country. Of the 77,617 suicides in the thirteen year period, 67,317 were males and 20,400 females. The greatest ratio of increase is among young women under 25 years of ago. Another curious fact is the increasing number of children who kill themselvs. Of the methods chosen for ending life it is curious that a very large proportion select carbolic acid. It is cheap and easily accessible, no doubt, but it must cause an extremely painful death, giving the victim a brief period of intense suffering while the vital organ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1904

# iMNMBBMHUMMnk MflHHBMK for Infants and Children, Tlic Kind You lltivo Always Bought lias borno tho signature of Clias. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal sui?ervision for over .tO years. Allow no ono to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and *?lust-as-g?od" are hut Experiments, and endanger the health of Children?Experience against Experiment. The Kind You Have Alwira Bought O Bears the Signaturej)^^^^^^ In Use For Over 30 Years. feappg lapping ??cait? \]^E,RE leaders both in price and quality from the slickest stock of Clothing in town. IjThese suits have all the swing and style of "custom madcs.'* ^Tliey'isp built to fit 1 and wear perfectly?built of the best fabrics and in the best manner* All new styles ?u single and double breasted effects. ^[With our beautiful uew store, that is admired so much, we can serve our customers better now than ever before, and we are gaining new customers every day. We're Outfitters from head to foot. TJSole agents for W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGI! PuMl(l\e4 Every Thui Salem Printing and C. D. Den W. W. McClung. I Subscripts One Year Nine Months Six Months To roe Mont lis 'PHONES, NU& i THURSDAY, A THE NEED OF A CHAIRMAN. Even the Republican new spa- j pers of the country are begin-1 iug to have something to say about the groat difficulty that the Republican party is having trying to secure a chairman for their national Campaign Committee. Not only has ono after another of the Republican leaders been mentioned for the place, but, many of them, such as Senator Scott, Sonator Dryden, Gov. Penrose, Gov. Odell, Secretary Payne,Senator Elkins, Senator Quay, and others have been implored to c ome to the party's rescue. But, as tho Daily Press says, " in each instance something has been in the way and still the Oommitteo haH no proposed head for tho next campaign." What does this really mean? this refusal of so many prominent Republican leaders to take tho chairmanship of their party organization ? The p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1904

POTATO POINTERS Ml UGUHD. St. Louis, Mo. April 23. ?Irishmen are giving to Americans and others at the World's Fair at St. Louis some practical pointers on potato growing, a thing of which (the son of Old Erin is pastmaster. But this is only a part of the agricultural display of a great industrial exhibit collected through the efforts of prominent Irishmen in this county and Europe. Crop specimens of every kind r?r*m mnn r.,-? ilia pnnntrv nro shown in this exhibit, as are also the industries of the shop and factory. The growing of flax is followed from fle d to loom, and the finished product is shown as well as tho growing plant. One of tho conspicuous features is the collection furnished by the Congested District Board for Ireland. Here is made a comprehensive display of the work carried on in the home and cottages of Irish people. Choice bits of needlework, the most delicate of embroidery, homespun carpets and unique toys are shown in this section. Work done by pupils in tho tech...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 April 1904

, I PASS ON TH|S PRAISE. "You're a groat little wife, and I don't know what 1 would | do without you," and as he put ( his arms about her and kissed her, and she forgot all but one < in that moment, and, forgetting < all, sang as she washed the 1 dishes, and sang on as she made ' the beds, and the song was heard ] next door, and the woman thore < caught the refrain and sang also, ' and two homes were happier 1 because he had told her that | swoet old story?tbo story of thtt Iova of n linatiaml for o , wife. As she sang the butcher boy who called for the order heard it and went out whistling on his journey, and the world heard the whistle, and one man hearing it thought, "here is a lad who loves his work, a lad happy and contented." And because she sang her heart was mellowed, and as she 8 wept about the back door the cool air kissed her on each cheek, and she knew, and a little basket went over to that home with a quarter for a crate or two of wood. ...

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