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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1904

? ? < ; (Stonsoli batch ^fftoucmbcr 10, 1003 ? u- * Vol. 39. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1904. No. 2. TRAVELS ABROAD. KIVIEBA. [Litter No. 14,] We had decided that as sleeping car facilities were little more than sitting up inconveniences, we would make this trip bj easy day travel, and stopped over when the shades of night drew near. 80 our first day's journey ended at Marseilles. We had a lovely compartment. It was a fast train with corridor and dining-car. The country was beautiful, the air criBp, and the ground white with snow, which gradually disappeared as we went farther south. After a good night's rest in Marseilles, we got up with the sun to hare mi early drive before our train left. The morning was perfect iu its glorious air and sunshine. Marseilles is next in size and importance to Paris, and ranks next to Genoa as a seaport town. It is beautifully situated on the bay studded with islands, with the hills aud / mountains rising up in steppes behind it. F...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1904

TIMES- REGISTER. I and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1904. COLORING IN YELLOWSTONE PARK. Nature is a must exquisite colorist. Nowhere is her work more lovely than along the i crested rims and overllow chan- j uels of warm spring pools, says j Arnold Hague, in tho May j Seribner's. Tourist* are seldom j ? ..... Aft i. *? ? itwiiru uuii. uumt) nirmoillOUS anil brilliant tints owo their origin mainly to plant life. They are usually told by socalled guides that tho colors are duo to m moral matter, which tends to enhance their horror of underground wators. Algie llourish equally well in the waters of all geyser basins and on tho terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs. Water boils ou the plateuu at JOS degrees Fahrenheit, and rudimontary organisms appear at about 185 dogrees Fahrenheit, although no definite line can bo drawn beyond which all life ceases. Wherever these boiling waters cool to the latter temperature, algous growths appear, and by the lowering of the temperature on exposure to air s...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1904

I ' * i " r.?-i. ..... t .?? | TIMES-REGISTER. and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1904. Truck Oardeu for Sale. Ovlog to bad health I datire to aell my truck garden, which la now In fine condition. It containa over ten * acres. It eontaina aeveral acres of potatoe and tomatoes, also beans, corn, and all kinda of vegetables. Apply to A. L. Dknnis or F. Q. Wkjjkr, Salem, Virginia. 6 9-lt I r?F? 1 I IN SPRING'! A* well m at all other seasons ^m" mm of the year, need ciutfxd alien' ml B lion. If your ?j?i tin; or pain S < jrou in any way. at any time, or MM it yonr vision becomes dim or S blurred, there is a defect of the H Sf eyes wbioh only makes them ME iceaker each day you neglect 5* them, then it is rery important B to art in time, have us carefully S examine them and if needed we 9 oan adjust the necessary glasses Mm M to relieve eye etrain, Kyeache* *S ; MM and Headache*,Neuralgia,Nerv- MM BE tm*ne*? and many other diecom- 9 JJ forts doc to eye itrain. ag S UK. R? BT. L. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1904

Indians reverse darwin's theory. AccordiUK to Logemt, the Chief of Cod's Fashioned Man and Woman. Tile Sac anil Fox Indians in Eastern Oklahoma, the remnants of the tribe who battled so valiantly | with lllaok Hawk, have an idea of evolution which is the reverse of thai advanced by Darwin and Huxley. According to their legend of the creation of the world, Mahneetoh, the chief of all the Indian gods, fashioned one man and one woman. For the first 10,000 moons all was peace. The lirst couple multiplied after their kind and with their descendants lived on roots, herbs, grain and fruits. There was 110 death. In various ways the myth corresponds to the story of the garden of Eden. At the expiration of the 10,000 moons Mutchec Mahneetoh, king of all evil spirits, came upon the earth and began distributing evil thoughts und desires among the children of men. Many he succeeded in leading astray, and as a result all manner of diseases began to afllict his victims. 11 was then that the lower ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1904

, SGROFpLA^S, Scrofula manifesto itself in many ways, i' v Jhng of th . panels of the neck and throat, Catarrh, weak eyes, white s\. .. II. mk. offensive sores and abscesses, skin eruptions, loss of strength and weakness in muscles and joints. It is a miserable disease and traceable in almost every instance to some family blood taint. Scrofula is bred in the ,,?Sroful* jpt?ftf*dwon th? hf?d ?' my bone, is trsssmittai M from parent to child, Th* dU?M? next attacked th? eyes and th.s ?r?nlss(-1 i- W*fear*d?h* would low h?r .1.1,t. R,?. *" v I HUM phyiloltm ??r? consulted, but infancy and unless the oould do nothing to relieve the little inHlrwrul to nuroMl nn,1 r?? nooent. It wm th?n that wo decided to Diooa IS purged anu pu- ^msggs* ^ 8. S. 8. That medicine at ?noe made nned and every atom of a speedy and somplete cure. She ia now the taint removed Scrof- tZEU h" * "" ula is sure to develop at .. ... . ME8. BUTH BERXLT, some period in your life. 160 South 5th Btr"U Salina, Kun. No re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGl: Published Every Thus Salem Printing and C. D. D?r W. W. McCIung. ] Subscript! One Year Nine Mouth* Sit Mouths Three Mouth* 'PHONES, NU& THURSDAY, . TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.! PRESS BAfeUAINS. Wo have for sale, duo to tho consolidation of two papors, two cxcollout newspaper presses: t >no Cottreli and Oabcock cylinder, old styletoil in splendid condition, and capable of itood w o r k. Tho "Salem Times-Register" was printed on it at time of consolidation. Will print 9-column lolio or G-colnuiu quarto. Ono lloo Cylinder, with steam fixtures, eamo size as above. Now in obo by this jiaper. In excellent condition nnd does nice work. Only reason for sollinK. a larger and faster press is now required for our ^se. Also, ono old stylo Cordon .lubber, halfinodiuni. Will sell cither or all at a bargain for cash, or on short time. If you waut them call or write quick to tho undersigned. S.M.EM PaiKTIMI AMD IT'1)1.1811 ISO Co.. Salent, Va. Remember, that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1904

jMijftiVf'i' r~ flflUTG Oilll nil i nnim tiUW 5 rJiJUi lmliHMlT. Great New In4ut|jtry In Virginla W?a The Result. One sick cow and a sagacious / farmer form a combination that would hardly be expected to lead to groat results. The wisdom of the adage that truth is stranger than fiction never received a better illustration than is furnished by the evolution, from this uncouth and unpromising combination, of the mining and manufacturing town of Brinton, Va., and the establishing on American soil of a new and important industry. For a good many years Mrs. O'Leary's cow, whose historio kick caused the burning of Chicago, has occupied a solitary niohe in the temple of fame. She was regarded as the only member of the bovine family who had aohieved lasting renown. Her work was one of destruction. Like too many of those who are called great, , she is remembered only for the disaster, suffering, and distress she brought to pass. The work of the Virginia cow, on the other hand, was one of &am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 June 1904

REVIEW OF PIBIIPPINE MDITIORS Thy most noteworthy and perhaps the most optimistic review of conditions in the Philippines which has been laid before the American people for many months emanates from the Secretary of War, Hon. W. il. Tuft who addressed the New York Chamber of Commerce a day or two ago 011 this subject and made a marked impression 14)011 the members of this great trade organization. The Secretary is one of the few Ill>t*4<lll<l in llin ITnilml Ktnlnn - -) ! ? vuivvu WUIM O n UU are competent to speak informingly about the Philippines. He was president of the Philippine Commission and subsequently Governor of the islands. The*iarge fund of knowledge which he possesses was acquired not from books, hut from contact with the natives and a comprehensive investigation into the resources of the islands. His address iu New York, therefore, had an importance readily recognized by all who give intelligent consideration to his statemen ts. While ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1904

?onsolibaieb ^ ^Sloioembet 10, 1003 * .- ^if ^ ? 1 II Vol. 39. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1904. , No. 3. < , , *" ' ' TRAVELS ABROAD. HI VI Kit A. f Lettbu No. 14, CoNcufbin.] At Menton, we lunched at a beautifully kept restaurant where Kruger, who lives at Villa Pouldron, further on, comes frequently to have his smoke and tea, aud forget about his troubles. Steyn too, lives on the Kiviera now, at Cannes, and Kruger visits him there. It is very beautiful here, as it is all along this matchless shore. The villas and cottages match the sea foam shades; you fairly revel in softest, m03t soothing and yet brilliant color. I can understand why it is net often that such climate as this prodnces strong rugged charac ters?that a colder climate has a greater proportion of them. The soft atmosphere lulls and rocks to sleep all sterner qualities and induces the peace-to-all-the-world feeling. You sit with your eyes half closed as it were, and look iuto the sunny skies and bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1904

I x TIMES-REGISTER And SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNE 1#. 1?<H. iBCBuisi w.Buni Silwtlt utes Found and Patent c ilau.v Times Each Year. "From the corn miller's littl boll that sets up a fussy tinklin the moment the hopper run empty, up to the calculatin machines that are now to b found in banlcs and insuranc offices, clearing houses and ot aarvatories, there are so man mechanical substitutes fc brain workers that it is difficu! at times to realize that it ii after all, only mechanism an not intelligence that is bein evolvod," said an employee s the patent office to a Star r< porter today. "Some of the touches of what for convenience, we may cal mechanical intelligence to b met with in various odd corner of the industrial and commei cial world are really quite amue ing, and they have their protc type in that little bell of the ol< windmill. "There is, for instance, to b seen in any screw factory, a dif ferent application of that d? vice. The machinery take ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1904

-y ... TIMES-REGISTER] and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1804. TO' LEND. On good real estate security In Roanoke oity and in Roanoke and Bedford counties $500, $700, $1,000 and larger sums. Mokkktt & Fox, Baleui and Roanoke Oity, Va. | IN SPRING 11 A" well m atallothur seasons JB R of tho year, noed careftU alien- ^B B lion. If your eyes tiro or pain BR H yon iu anv way, at any timo, or SB 1 flv it' yonr vision becomes dim or ^B < jH Mmiyii, there is a defect of the B oyea which only makes them B H teeoA-er <?7i <i<iy you ueglect fiC thoui, tlieu it is eery important ^B * la to act in titno, tiavo us carcfhlly ( B examine thorn and if needed wo ^B can adjust tho necessary Kinases Br BP to reiiovn eye Mrain, Eyeavlie* Ml | ? and Head<icra>a,Xe>ir(ilgiG,Nerv- W flff outneea and luany other discern- B i 25X foils duo to eye arain. mm , S 1>B. ROUT. L. MOORK, 8 MB r,34 N. Dread 9^? Baiem, V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1904

IB* / SETTLED THE ~ BACHELOR PROBLEM Thrilling Story?"Interesting If True." In a cozy littlo flat two bacho lor girls woro keeping house,! and somehow things seemed to go wrong, says the Brooklyn Eagle. Although each of tho bachelor girls considered herself too far "advanced" to bo bound down to a mere mattor of housekeeping, nevertheless each had her own ideas as to how things ought to bo dono. Whon ono bachelor girl planned one thing, the other was euro to plan something olse, and thoro was a conflict of directions for the maid thoy employed. In brief, tho cozy little flat suffered from too much supervision. 80 tho two bacholor girls finally ilccidod to alternate iu assuming supreme charge of tho houso hold arrangements, but each invariably sniffed and criticised during the week that tho other was iu charge, and othor-wiso intimated disagreeably that her way was the bettor way. For, lx4.it understood, neither of these emancipated girlscould posBibly avoid interfering in tho man ug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1904

i MALARIA k Germ Infected Air. T i A Malaria is not confined exclusively to the swamps ^ \ \ and marshy regions of the country, but wherever there is ft l"^| bad air this insidious foe to health is found. Poisonous [' ,L A vapors and gases from sewers, and the musty air of damp. I LTj j cellars are laden with the germs of this miserable disease, j which are breathed into the lungs and taken up by the blood and transmitted to every part of the body. Then 1' V j you begin to feel out of sorts without ever susneetincr ' cause. No energy or appetite, dull headaches, sleepy and YYfij tired and completely fagged out from the slightest exer- B tion, are some of the deplorable effects of this enfeebling if :^|al malady. As the disease progresses and the blood becomes yr- -.U j more deeply poisoned, boils and abscesses and dark or t 1?^ yellow spots appear upon the skin. When the poison is left to ferment and the mierolnrs and jjernis to multiply in nIX the blood, Liver and Kidney troubles a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1904

SALEM TIMES-RE6IS Fubllshod Every Thurt Salem Printing and C. D. Denl W. W. McClunn. II Subscriptic One Your ...... JN ni?? Mont hp . . . . . . Bix Mouth* ...... To roc MontliH 'PHONES, HUM TMUKS1JAY, J 11 PROMISES WGIiL. NY lion tho gavel foil in Ar- ( mory Halt in tho City of Richmond last Thursday, and the Democratic Convention which was to sond delegates to tho National Convention to bo hold in St. Louis on tho sixth day of July, was called to order, the , general feeling was that never before had a more magnificent body of men assembled within mo limns of tho oUl State of , Virginia. Nea rly ovory county , and city was represented by a full delegation. Members o' our lato Constitutional Convention, as well as scores of those who constitute the present Legislature wcro to bo seen on every side. Almost all of the prominent Democrats of the State were there, full of energy and enthusiasm, and buoyant with the confident expectation of victory in tho November election. And it should...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1904

? KB* CHAPTER IN COM FEDERATE BISTORT. IntoreRtlng Story Told by James H. Jones?History of the Confederacy's Seal. Washington, D. C., June 13.? The last Great Heal of the Confederacy is deep down in the water in Richmond. I put it there myself, and I am fully satisfied that it is just where I put it and that no living man has ever plaoed his hands on it since that night one month before Richmond fell." The man who made this as nrtinn ia .1 nmaa H' Tnna. ik* trusted friend end servant who was with President Davis the night he was captured near Irwington, Qa. The old man had been shown a duplicate of what is believed to be the genuine seal of the Confederate States, and the one whioh was made in England at a coat of nearly $1,200. He took the box and made a careful examination of the duplicate seal, and continued, as a tear silently trickled down his cheek: , "I remember the seal you have distinctly; I have seen it hundreds of times in Mr. Davis's rooms in Richmond, and it is true tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 June 1904

JERUSALEM OF TODH. I *\ i ?? j Holy anil Historic Sites in the City Itciiig Obliterated. I 1 "The view of Jerusalem is ] the history of the world," bo \ wrote Disraeli early iu the nine- ] teenth century, and ho added, < "It is more, it is the history of j earth and of heaven ; and today j in Jerusalem an epitome of all < the nations is presented, aud a i strange world is to bo studied , within the walls of Zion. Tho , walls are still a glorious faet, ( and most impressively do their ruddy, tawny bastions and em- ( battled summits towor up against tne deep bluoot the sky, ns wo descend the Valley of llinuom, thence to ascend to the Jaffa Gate, where is tho only brouk in the mighty wall, that ugly rent toro open betwixt the Tower of David and the Jaffa (Jato to allow the cavalcade of " Kaiser Wilhelm II." to enter. But, in spito of this rent, the scene in the Jaffa Uato is full of life and color. Bread and cake and fruit sellers, in colored robes, are clustored ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1904

?on?oiibateb j|| |j^ ^Flopcmbgy (6, 1903 ? Vol. 39. SALEmTVIRGINIA^THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1904. NoT-i | | I I . * i ... . . i 5=5 mnnmrn i nnnt n I ? 1 ~e \ *? 1 - ... i ? TilAYiiliS AMIM GENOA-MILAN A NO PADUA. [Letter No. 15.] At 0 P. M. we reached Genoa and went to Hotel de Londres. The tlrst thing that met our eye was an imposing statue of Columbus. There were many of them about the town?and everything that pertained to him or could be associated with him, are treasured up? for they delight to honor this bold navigator now. Cduld we but enjoy in life a few of the laurels that succeeding ages often heap upon us! How far a few roses would scent the liviug pathway! But greatness oftener comes from sorrow and bruises than joyaud success. Sunshine covers and allays, storms disclose the hidden depths. It is very desirable to have a fair portion of each?and most of us will iaxe ino greater snare 01 me rormer. Tragedy appeals mostly from the stage and books?and froui history when time has t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1904

TIMES- ILEGISTER. and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNE 23,1904. IT GAVE UIM A PAINE. By way of showing his displeasure at thesudden marriage of his daughter, William II. Ottens, of Arverne, Long Island, caused to be published in a Brooklyn paper the following notice: Paink?Ottens ?Married ?Witho it the knowledge or consent of her parents, Henrietta Margreta Ottens, of Arverne, L. I,, to Robert Treat Paine, at the home of his mother. G5G Madison street, Brooklyn, by the Tie v. Otho F. Bartholow, Friday, June 10, 1904." Mr. Paine is a descendant of the well known family of that name, one of whom was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. His father, Itobert Treat Paine, and Gen. Clinton T. Paine, his uncle, were well known in Baltimore. The young man in Brooklyn was the one who, in 1901, sent a scorching letter to Kobert Treat Paine, of Boston Paine family, in reply to one in which the latter had written: "I hope you will allow me to express my sincere regret that you should bear the na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1904

~ ffrr inj' j v. 11 TI MKS-HEGISTER; and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1904. TO LENI>. On good real estate security iu Roanoke olty and lu Roanoke and Bedford counties $500, $700, $1,000 and larger eums. Mokfbtt A Pox, Salem and Roanoke Olty, Va. For lMni. ( Two desirable suits of rooms above TlMK8-RKOI(iTKU A HBNTINKIj build ing on College Avenue. All modern [ conveniences?both closets, and large airy rooms. For particulars apply at this office, qnloV. *0$ 1ms I IN SPRING I As well as stall other seasons Kb of the year, noed cartful alien- TSf tiim. If your eyes tire or pain you in any way*, at any time, or if your vision becomes dim or ^m Wiirm I. thcru in a defect of the ejus which ouly makes them \reakcti.eack day you neglect K tliein, then it is rery impotituil ,i to act iu tinao, have n? carefully ; examine thhm and if needed we oau adjust the necessary glasses mm to relicts t'dr rtraiii, jiyeai-he* M aud ^carajgui, Antouenes* ritit inaify other discom- f&amp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1904

* J - . TS MY CROW. 1 r How One Got Even With The ] Farmer For Once. t 8 The intelligence and deviltry c of the crow Are matters of common knowledge among peopio c in the country. Everetto Banks, t living near Rochester, N. Y., is y nnnuSnno.! 41.,. o.^n, I.no _ vvuviuwu V LI CI I VUU vivn IICLO I ? Rome rudimentary knowledge e of high explosives und a diabol- t ical sense of humor. The incident j on which Mr. Banks bases his c conclusions occurred in March, | but hue become public within ; the last week. ( Mr. Banks intended to do some ] blasting on his farm and car- j ried to tho bank of a creek a stick , of dynamite. Ho was called t away for a little while and on y his return his dynamite was i gone. Looking about, he saw ( perched on the limb of a neigh- ( boring tree a crow hold;ng the j missing stick crosswise in his ( bill and apparently meditating , how he could have some fun j with it. He found the way. As y Mr. Banks started back home to ( secure his rille tho crow follow-...

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