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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1904

rm " / . 1^^.. ? _ for Infants and Children Castorla in a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It i? Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotie substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishucss. It cures l>iarrli<ea and Wind Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy anil natural sleep. The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought ^9 Bears the Sfcnattire of In Use For Over 30 Years. _ J. TWrtMiWui&miimhr feappg Spring <?ciit? VJ@)k'rk leaders both ill price and quality from the slickest stock of Clothing in town. ^[These suits have all the swing and style of "custom mades.'' ^[They're built to fit aud wear perfectly?built of the best fabrics and in the best mauucr* All new styles in single and double breasted effects. With our beautiful new store, that is admired so much, we can...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGI! Published Every Thur Salem Printing and C. D. Den W. W. McClune. ? Subscriptic On? Year JNiue Mouths Six Mouths ...... Throe Mouths 'PHONES, NUM THURSDAY. IV . p TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. PRESS HA ltd A INS. Wo bavo for Hal??, due to tb<< cousolidalion of two papers, two excellent newspaper presses: One Cottrell anil Itabcoc k cyliniler, old style, but iu splendid condition, and capable of good work. The "Salem Times-Hegister" was printed on it at time of consolidation. Will print 9-colnmn folio or C-colnmu quarto. One Hoe Cyliuder. with steam fixtures, saino size as above. Now in use by this paper. In excellent condition' and does nice work. Only reason for selling, a larger and faster press is now required for our use. Also, ono old style Qordon Jobber, halfmedium. Will soil either or all at a bargain fur cash, or on short time. If you want them 1 call or write quick to the undersigned. Hai.km I'hintixo amd PuBLisntna Co., , Salem, Va. DEM...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1904

PAMPERING AND ILL HEALTH. The sum total of human life, the world over, is shortened infinitely more by over-eating than it is by starvation. We suffer vast more real injury through over-indulgence than we do by privation. For instance, indigestion, the commonest of disorders, is, as everybody knows, brought on by indulgence of the palate in disregard of the stomach, and it is to be cured only by rigid selfdenial. This is but ono common in stance illustrative of most of our ailments, their cause and cure. The advice of wise physicians in this day, as it has been in all others, is nine parts "don'ts" to one part " do." We care for our horses and even our dogs and cats with some degree of intelligence and consistent system. We know there is a point where pampering becomes injurious to them, but in pampering ourselves we ignore that point. We pamper and pamper until nature protests in illness, and oven then we.not only continue to pamper in other directions, but as sure as we arc safely...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1904

II I I I 1.1 A LESSON. Xr?. {gewtywed Explained ATliat ? Hmw' Eggs Wetfe. I "You can't tell ine anything , about the uusophisticatedness 1 of thofeo just married young women when it comes to mar- ] keting," said a Center Market dealer. "Their lack of the buy- \ er's acumen is all in the eye of 1 the joke writers. Only the other morning one of them? 1 she lives right across tho way * and only recently got back from the honeymoon and start- 1 ed housekeeping?got by with a 1 dead new one on roe. "'I want a dozen eggs,'she 1 said to me when she came up. 1 "I inflated the paper bag, went over to the egg crate, and began to pick the eggs up, two 1 at a clip. " 'Wait a minute, please,' said the just married young ' woman, who had followed me 4 over to the crate.' 'I want black hens' eggs.' 1 " 'Black' hens' eggs?' said I, standing up straight. 'How do 1 yon tell black hen's eggs from any other kind?' " 'Why, don't you know?' she , .asked, me, with an innocent air. , 'Why,-it is very easy. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1904

^a., _?. jp~ '" ' '%#ii-'.fef CSon&olibaUb ^3j^ . t"/^,'^^'. j? I, '3Kox>embev 16, 1903 & * C _s Vol. 38. - SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1904. No. 52. ??^?????P????????,?????? ? ? TRAVELS ABROAD. PAltlS. [Letter No. 13.] Notre Dime, The Panthoon, St. EUenne da-Mont, The Madeleine. Napoleon's Tomb, Pore la Chaiao, Of all the Churches in Paris to the Virgin and to different patron stints, Notre Dame is the most widely known and the most beautiful. It is the ltoyal Cathedral Church of Paris, and so is associated with both Church and State. It is built on the site of the first Christian Church in Paris, erected in the 6th century, by the son of Clovis, the first Christian King. The present splendid structure, in the purest French-Oothio architecture, was begun in 1163. It is very attractive, but loses much of its imposing grandeur by the lowHess of situation, and the height of the surrounding buildings. The finest part of the Cathedral, the facad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1904

<" TIMES. REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY. MAY 26. 1904. CURRENT NEWS-COMMENT Congressman Hill, of Connecticut, an authority ou banking, earneatiy opposed the Senate amendment to commit the government again to the constant coining of silver. He raid: "The United States, with $080,000,000 In silver ou hand?a mass of metal that would load 500 oars and cost 100,000 to recount?uow deliberately propones to forever store this enormous in- ss and constantly add to this aniaiiiit Tim (rsaafaal aiim alluaM WIUVUMt M. U? li? imwft VUIU VI ?IIT VI dollars ever in circulation wu 79,000,000 in 1900 With Falrbauks, Cannon, Elktu* ami Black out of the Vice-Presidential race, the name of Secretary Shaw is mentioned. Why be in saeh a harry to pick oat ail the candidates? Should not the convention have something to say? ? ..Two e idets at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute were stripped of their uniforms and driven forth by their fellows as disgraced men, because tiiey had attempted to as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1904

- ?t? ?m. . . H. 1 MES- REGISTER - and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1904. ,TOLBNl)7 On good real eetate necnrlty in Roanoke oity and in Roauoke end Bedford oountlee $500, $700, $1,000 and larger snms. Mokkktt & Fox, Salem and Roanoke City, Va. Big MOB BY made and raved to the farmer by using the TWO HORSB WALKING CULTIVATOR. Oue tuan and team will cultivate more com laud than three men with three double shovels and three teauie cau?and do it better. F. W. Dnowx Hahdwauk Co. sahkm, vlrotma. No OIohh Cftrriose F?i|)t : will wear an long as Dtywoe'J.; No oth-rs are as heavy bodied,' beoauee DeVoe's weigh 8 to 8 ounces more to the piut. Bold by O. D. Oakky. I. I IN SPRING 1 I ^ /h Well as at all other season 4 jR >' * of the year, need careful alien? art JB lion. If yonr eye* tire or paia MR ?R you in any way. at any time, n , j . fit if your vision becomes.dun or MB jrtf wurml. there tea defect of tliq Br eyes, which only, makes them WW iWrtkvr AttW ?At;/ ton UOgl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1904

?a? BOY OF SEVEN PREACHES GOSPEL. El JoHcpb Kaycrolt, of Chicago, Believes Tliat He it* Calle<l of Cod. Cbiago, 111., May?El Joseph Raycroft is seven years old, and for nearly four years he has preached the Gospel, believing that ho is called of God. IIo lives with his parents at No. 84 South llalsted stroet, and delivers his solemn message on noisy street corners when other children are asleep in bed. Ho has long golden hnir ftnil n rnnml ninlr on/1 while chorub face, with big, Borious blue eyes. He is so small that no one notices him when he steps out into the street and begins to sing, but before he is ready to preach the crowd around is so dense that the light from the arc light on the corner is cut off from his little Bible and he has to repeat his Scripture texts from memory. He stood on the corner of Madison and Halsted streets the other night and sang "The Best Friend to Have is JesuB." From saloons and other resorts came the harsh, insistent strains of "Dolly Gra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1904

?I ~? *? for li^fa^tl tfM Children, p The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the stgna- 1; ? ture of Chas. U. Fletcher, and has been made under his lj personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow 110 one B< to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and tl "Jaft-a*-g(KKl" are hut Experiments, and endanger the B health of Children?Experience against Experiment. d The Kind You Have Alwis* Bought Bears the Signature of - y/ c In Use For Over 30 Years. t GETTING MTHM~WIRM\ Thi? nice warm weather emphasizes the need of a new summer ( SUIT, and particularly impresses one with the importance of ll selecting the seasons outfit from a large and admirably assorted h line of the best makes and styhs, such as we're showing: here at s< popular prices. 4 How -^."bouLt si Stxarsxr Hsuf? J If you haven't been getting the right kind of Ha'e, let us show o ?ron what is right in quality, price and style. We show the A argest variety in the city.' _ a^cEasrs shoes:- * a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1904

SALEM TiMES-M; Published Every Thuri Salem Printing and C. D. Den I W. W. MeClun*. H Subscripts One Year Nine Month* (Six Months . .... Three Months 'PHONES, NUM THURSDAY, IN TO PRINTERS ANI> PUBLISHERS. PRESS BAKU A INS. Wo have for s ilo, <luo to tho consolidation of two japcis, two c xcolleut nowspajier prorses: One Oottrell ami Dabcockcylinder, old style, but in sploudid conditiou, uutl capaldo of good work. Tho "Salem Tiuiea-lioglator" wa? printed on it at time of coiiaolidatiou. Will print it-colmiin lolio or C-colnnin quarto. One lloo Cylinder, with nicam fixtures, ?aui; lire ax above. Now in uao by thin paper. In excellent condition und doen nico work Only reasou for selltug, a larger and faster" press is now required tor our use. A'so. mi old style Gordon Jobber, halfmedium. Will toll either or all at a bargain for cash, or on short time. If you want thom call or write quick to the undersigned. t?ALKM PttlNTINO ANIl PUBLl8llUt <1 Co., Salem,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1904

4 * _ . ^ ' |_.< .. ^ TliMpjpiC Her Name ta ilaruko and 8he Belongs to One of the Noblest Families of Japan. Tho em press of Japan, Haruko (popularly uamed tho " Empress Spring") is a daughter of the noble bouse of Iohigo, one of the line families of great Kuge, or court personage*, from which a mikado may choose bis con* sort. Until her eighteenth year, when she was chosen by her sovereign, she was brought up in the strictest seclusion in the old capital, Kioto, and received the customary education of a daughter of a princely daimio. Great pains were taken to teach her literature, to develop her artistic taste and to school her in the writing of graceful if inane verse. . She is 64 years old, a year older than her husband. Having no children of her own, she is content to see the son of a megaki, or concubine, reared as the heir to the crown, and to recognize him as her future lord, if she survives her husband. Monogamy is now the rule, in Japan, and the next mikado will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1904

the mi of i i mm we "A modern War for Independence" is tho graphic story of s one of the greatest commorient v wars of history told by Ida M. A Tarbell in tho June McCluro's, b< in her "History of the Standard si Oil Company." Miss Tarbell describes the twenty years' il fight of the independent oil men fi against the Standard aud her c narrative of the struggle is, in- f deed, as "powerful as the most n stirring relation of battle on s< land or sea." With every weapou at its command in plot and counter-plot, attacks on front, flank and rear, ambush, 8, treachery and deceit, evidently $ on the theory that all is fair in j war, the Standard has waged ^ unceasing war on all who have s] refused it allegiance and sub- p mission. a Mr. Rockefeller's one irrecon- t cilable enemy in the oil business ii has always been the oil pro- I ducer. Stripped of his legiti- fa 1 mate profits by the marketing ti mothods of the Standard the producer hps waged constant war in some f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1904

~ -l*125??nsioubaicb ^iowmbev w*1903 * Vol. 39. flAT.Ti!M, VTO.PH-KTTA TmifliuT, .TTTNTW 9 1QQ4- " ' No. 1. TRAVELS ABROAD. PARIS. [Letter No. 13, Concluded.] Next to thoae in the Lout re in importance are the pictures of the Lnxemboa rg. They are of moder artists, and therefore the place to see contemporary art. Within ten years of the death of an artist, his works are removed from here to the Louvre, if they have withstood the test of time, or elsewhere. The building is the old orangtry of the Palace built by Marie de Medici, and back of it are the gardens. Among the foreign artists, who have pictures here are Sargent, who is fast becoming the Van Dyke of fashionable portraiture, with his "Carmencita;" Whistler, with his nortrait of his mother! Watt's much talked of "Love and Life;" M trie Baskirseff's "The Meeting" (street boys.) Cabanel, Carolus-Duran, Puvis de Che van ue, Monet, M anct, Jaque, Lcrolle, Constant, Bonnut, Detail le, Breton, Bougereau, Tissot, are all admirably re...

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

TIMES. REGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNK 2, 1904. DAIRYMAN'S DIARY. A Few Incidents Whicli Should ( Teach Others a Lesson. , It takes very little to reduco | the daily milk yield. The cow is a sensitive mothor, more so , than the human mother, because devoid of understanding. Giving inilk is a motherly act. It ^ is a function of motherhood, and the more milk, the more ' ( maternity is expressed and im- , plied. The other evening I lost five pounds of milk from six ^ cows by delay and worry in givinir the cows their meal ration " ? . ? 1 As 1 wont to g?vo tlio cows their grain I found that our Tamworth cows had got into tho .cow byre during tho day, j and played sad havoc with tho ^ meal boxes. As we considered j no place, even tho houseyard ( or lawn, too good for those porcine mothers, they occasionally get into places where they had ( bettor not go. It chanced on , this day the cows broke several , of tho meal Uoxes in splinters; ( so hore I was with the meal, and the cows aft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1904

I ? TIMES-REGISTE^Ij j ^ and SENTINEL. ? ? 11 ^ THUR8DAY. JUNE 2. 1904. TO LEND. On good reul mttte security in Kownokfl ?.|ty nod *n Uoauoke ?ud Bedford counties $500, $700. $1,000 ami larger turns. ? Mokkktt & Fox, end Koanoke City, Va. , IN SPRING I A- wi'll un at all other seasons |B 1 of tho year, noed cartful (Men- ] lion. If your ryes tiro or paiti you iu any way. at any time. ?* if your visiou becomes <i(tn or _ JB < binned, tbero is a defect of IhoJ . eyes which only makes them" fff tnnker each dan you nettles* SB I them, tbeu it l? c enj important to act iu time, have un carefully ' examine them and if ueeth d we I csn adjust tho neoemarv glasses , to relieve eye strain, Kyearhes ^5 and IfeadachtM, Xe-tralgut, Aiere- 4w oimmcm and n^any other diaconi- JH , furta duo to eye strain. jR 1>K. ROBT. L. MOORE, S 1 024 N. liroad StT^^Bsioin, Va. X Bell l'honn 120. S , Hours r>.:? p. m. to v a. m. IS Itonuokv OfllceiMf Kainm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1904

1 Capital Stock. S5Q.OO0 THE ^ Burial League of the United States 305 Smithficld Street Pittsburg, Pa. jjj Under the Supervision | of 22 State Departments g In which they arc I Doin? a Successful Busines: SOME ODD COURTSHIPS How Fiolil Marshal Walderseo Hot His Wife. Of tho late Field Marshal Count Walderseo it is said that ho proposed to Princess Noer, who became his wife, under tho following circumstances. Tho Princess had been shopping and had a small parcel in her hand when ho mot her, saluted and turned around to accompany her to the door of lior residence. Tho Princess holdout the parcel to him. He looked distressed. She afTected not to understand why. Ho reminded her of tho sovere rulo prohibiting military men of evory degree from carrying in tho streots parcels or oven ladies' wraDs. Sho told him that tho rule was absurd, and that in this instance it must bo disregarded or else?. Ho laughed, took the parcel and called next day to know what penalty ho would have incurred had ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1904

I % CRUSHES OUT The uio&t loathsome and repulsive of all living things is the serpent, and the v:lest and ^"*3^ most degrading of all human diseases is Contagious Blood Poison. The serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost instantly the poison passes through the entire body. Contagious Blood Poison, beginning with a little ulcer, soon contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout the whole system. Painful swellings appear in the groins, ? red rash and < copper colored splotches break out on the body, the mouth and throat become ulcerated, and the hair aud eye brows fall out; but these symptoms are mild compared to the wretchedness and suffering that come in the latter stages of the disease when it attacks the bones and more vital parts of the body. It is then that Contagious Blood Poison is seen in all its hideousness. The deep eating abscesses and sickening ulcers and tumors show the whole system is corrupted and poisoned, and unless relief ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1904

SALEM TIMES REGIS Published Every Thur* Salem Printing and ] C. D. Denlt W. W. MoClung. Bt Subscriptioi Oue Year N'i??? Months Hi v Mouths Turee Mouths . ..... 'I'HONEB, NUM1 THURSDAY, J TO PRINTERS AND PI'RUSHERS. PRESS HAHUAINS. * fc We linvi> f.ir sale, due to tlio consolidation ^ of. two papers, two excellent news] apor pWsses: 0 Ono Cotlrell ami lliibcock cylinder, old style. t but in splendid couditiou, sud capable of good work. Tlie "Salem Tituea-Uegister" waa p 'intcil on it at time of consolidation. Will f p-itit 9-colunin folio or C-columu quarto. Ono Hoe Cylinder, with steam fixtures, sa ne size as above. Now iu uso bv tliis paper. ^ In excellent couditiou ami does nice work-1 n Only reason for sclliug, a larger and faster press is now required for our use. 8 Also, ono old style Gordon Jobber, half- y medium. Will sell cither or all at a bargain for cash, or on short time. If you want them ^ call or write quick to the undersigned. t S.vt.rv I'hjstino and PcBi.i...

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

J 0 WHS OF LOS? ' TRIBE Of 18ML? Peculiar Race of People Living Underground in Central America?Hum Evidences of Luxury and Understand the Ritnal of Free Masonry. * Col. J. C. Tucker, forou?rly United States Minister at Mar* tinique, relates a strange story of a race of people living in an underground city in Central America. Col. Tuck e r some time ago received information about a race who live in cities cut out of the rocks in the mountains of Central America, in an out-of-the-way place, very difficult to reach, and which no stranger had visited before him returned alive. He decided to investigate. After reaching a certain to in point Col. Tucker had to travel 800 miles through wild jungles, carrying his provisions on a pack mule and enduring many hardships on the way. As he neared the city his every movement was watched and reported to the high priest of the tribe dwelling there,but no harm was offered him. When he shot a pair of lions in the jungles, which had been killing the na...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 June 1904

' / K '? t\ \ ^ ' V -V.W . b I . , I ONE WOMAN'S CURIOSITY. I .cutis to the Discovery oft' the Only Turquoise Mine y in Mexico. a ^ Perhaps the first mine in all the world that has been discovered because of a woman's insatiable curiosity has been develoned in the State of Zacatecas, in the Santa ltosa (lis- ^ trict, near Bonanza. From time immemorial it lias been an adage * 0' among miners that the best mines have been located by accident. Prospectors have been known to discover a lode through the kicking of u piece of metal from an unknown ledge by v thiir mules' hoofs. Cripple Creek ? was discovered through the merest accident by Stratton; but it remained 1 for a woman, Mrs. V. M. Clement, 6 to discover a rich deposit of tur- | quoise, reputed to be the only one in Mexico, in the Santa Kosa mine, 1 while searching for pretty stones on 1 the dump of the Prospect. ^ The mine was then being worked by V. D. Williamson and some associates as a lead-silver prospect. They had never even...

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