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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1904

^>a I cm ?iuw? - Itcgistcr -BIRD- ^ ?onsolibaieb J, i?, .1903 * VoL3a SAIjBM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY5>1904. No. 49. TRAVELS ABRUAD. Paris?Tito Louvre. [Lkttek No. 10.] Wo were really almost disappointed that we were not ill crossing tho channel. We scarcely expected anything else, and had made up onr minds to take the bitter dose "like a man". Most fortunately it was a calm day, and we were delighted, beyond measure to escape without a qualm. Later we read that on the day afterwards, in the desperation of her illness, a lady had thrown herself overboard, and despite all efforts for her rescue, had drowned. lljver Cliffs were lovely in tho disAanna n rwl uro fL/\ti/*L t /af fllAoiar I U911V.V) ouu uu vuvuguu Ul UIUOIV1 and Edgar in King Lear. The brightest sunshine and the French tongue met us on the other aide?at Calais. It was curious what a quick and thorough transition it was. We felt for the first time, that we were in a foreign country. It was just a step...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1904

TIMES-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1904. AMERICAN SUCCESS. Tho truo creed of most of Paul's friends when reduced to terms, was substantially this, that the important thing in life is to be on top, that in America every ouo has a chance and tho best men come to the front, that success means money, that money ensures enjoyment, and that no one is supposed to be enjoying himself or herself who does not keep feeding the dynamo of conscious existence with fresh sensations and run tbe human machine at full pressure. There were necessary corollaries to this, such as "the devil take the hindmost," uttered considerately but firmly; "we shall be a longtime dead," murmured jocosely but shrewdly; and "the cranks may provail and the crash come, but we shall be under the sod," spoken philosophically, with a shake of the head or a sigh; tho moral of it all being that the position of tbo successful?that is, the rich ?is delectable and intoxicating, and the rank and file are expected to ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1904

P TIMES-PL EG 1ST ER. r and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1904. I IN SPRING I 9e Ae woll an atallothor noaaons Xa hSt of (bo voar, tiood direful alien' eg I HUH, ii your '.'jtwb nn> ur a vou in any way. at any tinin. or ^B if your viaion becomes dim or MB Marred tbere is a defect of the fin otos which only makes thorn ^b ranker aich day you neglect ^B thorn. then it is very important W to act in time, have us carefully examine tliom and if neo<l? d wo can adjust the necessary glasses to ruliove eye strain, Kyeaches gg 'arid Tnhaacnes, Kenraitgia"Nerr- Bv inuuess and many other discom- Kg forts due to eye slra in. mm DR. ROUT. L. MOORE, 8 Eye Specialist, K 024 N. Broad Bt. Halem. Va. K Bell Phono 120. ^B Hours n.ao p. m. to ? a. i1>. Eg Koanoke omce DOS Halem Ave. ^B Hours 10 a. m. to 4.00 p. m. Mlk L Hell Phone 400. aiWfll .....l B D E A D Front a way back In the past we have been qoevrylng about " the " Grouod nog," aud have couie to tbb conslttfrion t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1904

Good i to 1 6hili Children especially and the housekeepei to their food. As good cake car good eggs, so also a ful as well as dainty a pure and perfect fc Royal Baking Po\ in the preparation ol of food. It imparts ness, sweetness and I finest cake, biscuit, dc and what is more im food wholesome and and old. ROYAt BAKING POWDt WHOT JAPAN HAS. Japan, with her 47,000,000 population, has 4,302,G'23 pupils in her elementary schools, or ninety-one in every thousand; while Russia, with her 130,000,000 population, has only 4,193,594, or thirty-two in every thousand. Japan has 4,852 postoflices, equal to one postoffice for each 9,700 people: Russia has only 9,029, or one for each 21,500 people. Japab has a commercial marine of 734,413 ton, against Russia's 632,822 tons. Japan has about the same area as Montana, with more than half as many people as there are in the whole United States. Japan raises sufficient agricultural products to feed her own people and leave a good quantity for export. ...

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

j . i ' '' . * I, - . . nHMMMHHHBLr 'WBMBHjBMHMM | for Infants and Children. c ' Costorin Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, rare- 1 goric, Props and Soothing Kyruns. It is Pleasant. It ( contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess. i It cures Oiurrlura and Wind Colic. It relieves. Teeth- s Ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the , Stomach and llowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. 1 The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. r The Kind You Have Always Bought , _ Tf A 1 i a I ^ joears mc oignauirc oi t :; In Use For Over 30 Years. ? TftnrTM?"'?I tt "Y""*v rT w"i 'iaib? c feetppy <?ppirxg 1@)e'rE leaders both in price and quality from the slickest i stock of Clothing in town. IfTliese 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 t manner* All new styles in single and double breasted t effects. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1904

I SALEM TIMES-REGIS Published Every Thurt Salem Printing and 1 C. D. Denll W. W. McClung, B< Subscripts One Year Mine Mouths Mix Mouths Three Mouths v 'PHONES, NUM] THURSDAY, IV RATHER AMUS11WJ. j It is no little amusing to watch the Republican party and < its leading members in their f advocacy of their policy of pro- i taction. Their chief reason for ] protection is that it enables the t protected employer to pay higher wages to his employee. That < claim is true; protection does enable the protected employer { to pay higher wages, but, th j , sad fact remains, that he fails I to do tb*t which he is enabled > to. do; he usually puts into his 1 ;' pocket the extra profits 1 ' Obtained through the medium , r of protection; therefore this ] K particular object of protection 1 falls short of accomplishment, ! and wages are still fixed by the law of supply and demand. Protection to labor is a yery simple matter; there is nothing difficult abo...

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

A WAR EXPERIENCE. This story was told somo years ago by a congressman to a reporter: "I was rather young, a mere boy, in Texas when the war broke like a storm. Naturally, with my geography, I went with the Confederacy. I was in the artillery. One day we captured a battery of three brass guns. It wat given to mo nn<l /I T w vviuuinuuy auvt vuy vac*j jl ^UV that battery was the proudest day iu my life. "Such was my anxiety to get into iroublw with those guns that I dragged a couple over to the Mississippi?we were in Louisiana at the time?and pulled on a fight with a stray gunboat belonging to'the Yankees which I found prowling around. We hada.^harp, spitfire time of it for a few moments, when a lucky shot from one of my guns tore a hole in her in such a fashion that it let the river in, and she filled and < sank. "Butler had New Orleans at the time, and, among other 1 things, was running the papers, i "Later I read an account of i my brush with the gunboat in one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 May 1904

?? I I I I | M .1 I 111 I I The Question Answered. All (lay the sun had shown with steady glare Upon the parched earth, and iu the air No 2opbyr stirred, 4'the heavens were as brass" * And, on the earth, the flowers and dusty grass * Looked up no more but bent, as if in shame, 1 To earth whence life was duo but no moro came. It shone a scene of toiland sweat t Where men in thousands labored, each to get By means of toil not unalloyed with pain, The wherewithal existence to maintain. [ Unlike were they to those who till the soil, Or yet to those who on the ocean toil, Where Nature, by lier charms, to some extent Allays the pain the curse of work has lent; But, raid the deaf'tting clang of hammered steel j And iron-throated whistle's piercing peal Aud griine and smoke and rank, polluted air, The scum of all the earth seemed gathered there. 1 As numerous were they, and low the while, _ As those, in ages past, along the Nile, Who rendered all their time and strength and skill In blind o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1904

- ?? ^ . ?' ??' m ? ? .Bn& ! (SUm&olibaieb 1^'|^J|_ ^Topember 16, 1903 ? '.H.W ... v, * 1 Vol. 38. SAT,.TOM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1904. No. 50. , ; ?, ,- . ; . ?. 1 TRAVELS ABBOAB. Paris?The Liouvre. [Letter No. 11.] W hat an infinity of things there was to do in Paris: And French history and influences were somehow so intangible to me. It is easy enough to become imbued with them, but the rub-is to express them. It is very like learning their language. It is easy?ah yes?to learn to read it, and understand it, as "it is yrrit," but to speak it?oh ye gods! You have to become a Frenchman. Some of our efforts to bo understood were comical indeed, but we always managed in some way, and nntr <lao4innl i Alt ???>/! O U1X7 ICOUUOU Oil J UCO UUUV1VU ttliu Ota TV what wo wished, and procured what we wanted. If a man or woman? in the capacity of guide or salesman ?knew a dozen English words, he spoke English fluently! But everywhere we* wen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1904

TIMES-REGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1904. Tlic Harmless Cornet. Evory hygieniat and * most eeneible people have anathematized the corset with every expletive in the dictionary, and there ie no doubt that of all the follies of woman's dreea the tight coraet is not only the most ridiculous but also the most hatmful. It would indeed seem difficult to find anything new to say about it, except that the various crusades seem to have had a certain influence on society and that a good many women are now more or less alive to the fact that the lines of the natural figure have an ease and elegance that can never be shown by buncned-out shoulders, tapering waists and beetling hips. It has often been assumed that the corset is a modern invention, and the ancient statuary is referred to to show what was the shape of lovely woman be'ore she took to encasing herself in steel and whalebone. That the corset is nearly as old as history seems, however, to be the fact. The researches that ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1904

? Hp? Ci. I ^TlMtS-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY. MAY 13, 1304. TO LEND. Ou good real vatate eucurity in RmuoH* oity aud *u Roanoke aud Bedford oouutieu (500, (700, (1,000 , aud larger rami. Mokkktt & Fox, ' " Haletn and Roanoke City, Va. r #s 1 I i IN SPRING 1 As well ?h at all other season a jjs of iho year, neeil cartful a!tenlion. If your eyee tiro or paiu you in any way. at any tlnw*. or g[ if your viaion bncomea dini of JB Murrsu. there ia a defect of the SZ eyes which only makoa them fir weaker each day yoti neglect mm thorn, then it ie rery important to act iu time, have on carefully examine them and if nee<h d wo n can adjust the necessary glasses JB to roliore eye Mr a in, Eyeaches 8b and Headache*, Searalgia. Nerv- fir oneness and many other disoom- ffi forts duo to eye strain. fir DR. ROUT. L. MOORE, gj Gyo Specialist, Set C21 N. Broad Ht. Halem. Va. ? Boll Phono 12C. ? Hours 5.00 P. ni. to 9 a. ro. ft? Hoauoko Omce SOX Salem Ave. Hours 10 a. m....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1904

Nature Every one knows t Powder is absolutely housewife uses it witt and without question in so doing. But how few realize Powder in its chief inert uct of the healthful and < constituent of the grape, i to an impalpable povvde tar which forms the act pound of Royal Baking Fruit properties are healthfulness of the bo grape as used in the " valuable and healthful o Hence it is that Ro produces food superl and wholesomeness. HOY At BAKING POWDI MAY IIULE OUT POLLY. Race Track Parrot That Talk* too Muck For Its Own Good. There is a green-headod Mexican parrot attached to a Western stable of thoroughbreds quartered at the Bennings track that stands a swell chance of being ruled off by the turf authorities if he doesn't behave better. The track officials cast the slant eye upon the bird when he was here last fall with his owner's string, but inasmuch as ho then confined his romarks V vug iil? Otauiu II1VU v nothing was done to restrict his garrulity. A gladsome winter in ? the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1904

e \ for Infants and Children, The Ktn?l You Have Always Bought lias borne the signature of Cltas. II. Fletcher, and has bccu made tinder his personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one to deceivo you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are hut Experiments, and endanger the health of Children?Experience against Experiment. The Kind You Have Alvsj? Bought y* Bears the Signature of In llfiA Pnr fiuof OA VAo?? I 9 mm T ww W VTVI WV I ^C4I O* TWj CtWTitfW eowpftwv, TT MUHUfcV ?TWt?T. WIW TOWW CITY. Snappy. Spring ?cait? Tj^E'RE leaders both in price and quality from the slickest stock of Clothing in town. 1| These suits have all the swiug 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 be- ' fore, and we are gaining new customers eve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1904

SALEM TIMES REGI Published Every Thui Salem Printing and C. D. Dei W. W. No Clung, I Subscript! One Year Dine Months Sit Months Three Months 'PHONES, NUB THURSDAY, N TO PAY INTEREST ON TAXES. The following act, passed by the Legislature and approved by the Governor March 12th, 1904, will be of interest now, especial ly to treasure and slow taxpayers: He it enacted by the general assembly of Virginia, That interest at the rate of six per centum per anum is hereby imposed and shall be charged and collected upbn all State, county, district, city, and town taxes or levies, however such taxes or levies may have been or may hereafter be assessed or assessable, which may have heretofore not been paid , or may hereafter remain unpaid on the fifteenth day of Juno in the year -v succeeding that one in which such taxes or levies ha* o been or may be assossod: provided, that the terms of this act shall not apply to any city where interest on such taxes or levies is now regulated by its charter ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1904

~ RURAL DELIVERIES. || f MA1LKOUTE8THROVOUOVT j THE COUNTRY CUT DOWN ( EXPENSES. The Ecoromy Explained 8y- c Htem ?r Delivering Mali by 3 Carriers In Rural Districts ' Is Great Benefit to tlie ' ' Farmers. 1 A Washington special to the t Times-Dispatch Bays: 1 It is hard for the citizen and < taxpayer to realize that this 1 country is rich enough to tie- < liver the mail to the door of I every man in the Union. It is t still more difficult for him to believe the assertion, made by < officials of the Postoffice Depart- i ment that the more rural deliv- j fViasa n i*a in fkn /i/Mi n _ ? VI / 1VUWO vuv&v wiv ft u VUV WUU - I try, the cheaper it will be for ( Uncle Sam. It has frequently i been a source of wonder to the < citizens of the country districts i that it was so easy to secure the i establishment of rural delivery i routes. The Government insists ] on putting in these routes, in < some instances against the pa-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1904

VIRGINIA AU1 FAR I: i Coiiinii^lon is Hack Acain,Well 1 Pleased. 1 1 The Virginia commission to the 1 World's Fair is at home again from 1 St. Louis, where it spent about a 1 week looking after the exhibits for the Old Dominion, arranging for the completion of Monticello, and attending to other matters of a similar ( character, sava the Times- < Dispatch. i It seems to be the una litnous ver- I diet of the commissioners that the ] exposition will be a splendid success, < particularly in the direction which 1 largely controlled its beiug-adver- I tisement. People of all nations are i gathered within the 1,200 or more 1 acres, covered by the great fair, ( which offers unexampled opportun- < ities for displaying the wealth and i advantages of the different localities ! represented. From the farthest reaches of Asia and the savage nakedness of the Philippines to the crowning civili7Ation of Great Britain, America and France, there may be seen here some r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1904

^ ? ' * I . ? \ r\r '* ^HUZ)0 * ^*% -: ~^" _ * ^9^ ^_ a 1^^^ ' ? * <?ton*olib<?icb ^y J^ || J J || x\ im * VoL3a ^ SAT.FiM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1904. " No. 51. > i i-^ fi *. TEAYELS ABROAD: Puri8~Palai? de Justice?Hotel de Vllle?Fontaiuebleau? Versatile?Place de In I' T - Ir t Hostile. [Lkttkk No. 12.] i Followiug up the tragic events of the Place de la Concord, you go to the Palais de Justice, still pondering on these dark days of quick and uncertain charges. You pass over the Pout-Neuf, ; which is the oldest bridge io Paris. This was the scene of the recitals of the famous satirist Tabarin?where ' any bright witticism became known hi "un Pont-Neuf." The Isle de ' Cite is the original Paris, and the 1 Palais de Justice is the site of the palace of the kings, first built by Hugh Oapet. Here tbey lived until the time of Charles VII, when it was given up for.. Parliamentary purposes, and the kings moved to the other side of the river. r: Of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1904

I TIMES-REGISTER. and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 19W. 8MALIiF.lt Til AN T1IUM1I. j ] Two Filipiuo Midgets Perform , Acrobatic Feats at the World's Fair. Pigmy Filipinos arc an intor- | osting attraction in the nativo theater on the Philippine reservation at the World's Fair. They aro Juan and Martine In n?.?? n nnd uiufnr UO ICC. vrui6| U ui VKHVi. uuvt Uiwvv* Juan is twenty-nino years old and 29 inches high, while his sister is thirty-one years old and 27 inchos in height. The midgets are respectively nine and seven inches smaller than the renowned GeneralTora Thumb. In a picture taken recently of Juan standing between President David R. Francis of the Exposition and Isaac S. Taylor, Director of works, the midget's head came just above the knees of the officials. Juan has a dross suit which required only ono and one-half yards of cloth iu tho making. The little persons are of the Visiayan tribe and were born in Capiz, Island of Panay, of parents of average height. Six other childr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1904

r f TIMES- REGISTER, and SENTINEL. TI1URSDAY, MAY 10, 1004 TO LKN1>. On good real estate security, in Roanoke oity and hi llo&uoke and 'Bedford counties #GU0, $700, #1,000 and larger turn*. Mokkktt & Fox, Ealem and RoaDoke City, Va. Big MONEY made and saved to the farmer by udng tlie TWO IIORSE 1 WALKING CULTIVATOR. ? Ouo man and team will cultivate more corn laud than tliroo men with I three double shovels and three teams 1 can?and do it better. f. W. Brown Haudwakk Co. ' 8At.KM, VlRUIXIA. 1 No UIosh Carriage Paint I will wear an loug hh Devc-'n. No others are an heavy bodied, becanne 1 DeVoe'e weigh- 51 to 8 ounces uiore to the pint. Sold by O. D. Oakky. IN SPRING I! As well as at all otlior seasons 25 of the year, need carrfulatten' ' g , (ion. If your eye* tiro or paiu ; K you io auy way, at any time, or AS if your viaiou becomes aim or < B i blurred, there is a defect of tho SK eyen which only niakoe theui W ' weaker each (lay you n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1904

?^ 9m >n ^ f if* -?% JAPANESE " TOBPBDO BOATS. , Men Wore Very Cold, But None Caught Cold. A Japunoso officer serving on a torpedo boat bus been telling his experiences. Vory few caught cold, despite tho bitter weather. Tho oflicor attributes this to tho tact that they did not expose themselves to variations <>i temperature, as is tne case in , t'ie men in a big ship wlioro . c ibius can be warmed and heatgenerating processes employed. On a destroyer or a torpedo boat . the only source of artificial heat | is a brazier, and braziers have . two serious drawbacks: ono that in a little craft pitching and . rolling badly live charcoal is a dangerous companion; the other that, as all apertures have to be closed to keep out the sea, the fumes of a brazier would bo perilous. Thoro was nothing for . it, consequently, but to dispenso with all heating appliances, and . the men, living in a uniformly cold temperature, seems to have ( kept their health better th...

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