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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1904

r-rr I I ' ' M CATARRH COMPLAINT. I Catarrh begins with a stubborn cold in the lieud, inflammation or soreness of the membrane or lining of the nose, discharge of tnucus matter, headaches, neuralgia and difficult breathing, and even in tSiis early stage is almost intolerable. But when the filthy secretions begin to drop back into the throat and stomach, and the blood becomes polluted and the 1 : ? i-.i ?J' 1 a continual baadaoha, my checks had Brown DJ the catarrhal pois- purple, my noae wm Always stoppod up, my breath on, then the sufferer had a siokeninv and dlavustinir odor, and I oouvhod . ' . . ?. ?, ? . incaaaantly. I heard of 8. 8. S. and comtneucod to neo begins to realize what a and after takinv aoveral bottlea I was cured and disgusting and sicken- >?* ? never olnce had theL?lt?rhte*t symptom ?>f the . . 6 n . dlaoaee. Minn HARY L. STORM, ing disease Ca?.arru IS. Northwoat Cor. 7th and Veils Bts., Bt. Joaoph, Mo. It affects the kidneys and stomach as ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1904

W ' p i SALEM TIMES-REGIS Published Every Thursc Salem Printing and 1 C. D. Denit, W. W. McClun*, Bu Subscriptioi One Year Nino Months Six Mouths ...... Three Mouths 'PHONES, NUMh THURSDAY, J L to mm:ns ani> publishers. PRESS BARGAINS. Wo have for nalo, ilno to tho consolidation g ii f t w o |iaj?er?. two excellent newspaper . presses: ?'iii- Cottroll and Uabcoclr cylinder, old style ? l>nt in splendid condition, aud capable of good j work. Tlio "Salem Timos-ltogiaier" was . printed on it at time of consolidation. Will * joint 9-column folio or C-column quarto. 1 Ono Hon Cylinder, with steam fixtures, | !>amo si/o as above. Now In nso by this paper. In excellSut condition and does nice work. * Only reason tor selling;, a larger and faster I press is now required for our uso. ^ Also, one old style Gordon Jobber, halfmedium. Will sell either or all at a bargain ' for cash, or on short timo. If yon want them j call or write quick to the undersigned. ^ S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1904

MOTHER'S HOPE. In tho mountains of Tyrol, where I spend my summer vacation every year, stands an old ruin, known to everybody as "tho castle," and though it has no roof to speak of, and every wall full of cracks, it is inhabited by old Mother Kobes and her son. A striking figure is this old woman, with a face which would delight any artist; the lips are only two tbin, bluish strip?, unable to conceal her two lonely teeth, and her skin looks like a ploughed field; but her great stoel-gray eyes are as clear as those of a baby, but in spite of her quo hundred and two years she is able to read without glasses, and her back is still straight, and she scorns the use of a cane. She performs her daily work in house and field, as she has done for mo.re than eighty years, never for a minute considering that she is no longer as strong as when she was a girl of twenty. Beside her her son is working. The "boy," as she calls him, cau hardly lay claim to that name any longer, as he is more than se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 June 1904

) WASHINGTON LETTER.' (From Our lingular Correspondent.) Washington, D. C. Juno 21.? The White House is buzzing like a bee-hive, and the workers are swarming around it in the joyous expectation of partaking of tho official honey for another four years. Not much is talked of there but tho Chicago convention. Major-Goneral Henry C. Corbin, commanding the Divi* sion wnicn emuraces an tne Atlautic coast line, has been assigned to the command of the Philippines where he will relieve Major-General Wade. It is understoo 1 that General Corbin dislikes the Philippine assignment and that his popular wife would prefer to remain in New York society; but the Philippine business is ouo of the steps of promotion to the LieutenantGeneralship,and must be taken. General Corbin has no use for anti-imperialists and is not particularly squeamish as to the means employed to carry on the work of the army. When General ChalToe is retired for age in April, 1006, it is expected that General Corbin will succe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1904

"I ' ** ' " * ff S&gljettt 88 Mtfti&ltt <Slon? olibctleb ^ ^Toocmbce J0, i90$ * Vol. 39. : SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1904. No! 5. ? ? s WASHINGTON LETfEB. By Our Regular Correspondent. Washington, D. C., Juno 28.?The White House is the center of much natural and innocent hilarity over the consummation of presidental hops at Chicago. The rather insignificant, not to say comtemptible, addition w here the President aud his advisers draw together around a long mahogany table is haunted by many visitors this week, aud a good many of the more prominent are invited to luuch or more convivial to dinner in the ad joining mansion. Mr. Corttlyou, at his superior's command, has taken up the burden of the campaign, but it is rendered very heavy by the necessity of his simultaneously pushing the investigations into the causes of the East River horror,"the responsibility for which seems to lie at his door. Steamboat inspectors were formerly under the Tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1904

I TIMES. REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNK tfO, 1904. _ _ C THIS LAST 8UBV1VOK. C There was a pathetic scene at I Paris, 111., last Friday, wlieu 1 the last survivor of a command f which took part in the Moxican * war wont alone to the fair I grounds, where lie had mot his E comrades for forty years, called 1 the roll to which there wore no I r spouses, and speii*. the re- 1 maind ir of the day in solitary 1 ?Y? O/l if ^ Tho time is not so far distant 1 when a veteran of the civil war ' may do tho satno. Tho r?m- ' naut of tho Federal armies, ' which asscmblos at Washing- ' ton for the'r last parade, is ' dwindling rapidly, and with oach year tho doath rato in- ' creases so rapidly that the last 1 survivor has not now long to wait for tho melancholy and transient honor of having traveled a littlo further along the bridge of Mirza's vision than his fellows. It is to bo hoped that his honors will not bo dimmed by his having made merchandise of his patriotism and boen a pensioner ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1904

*- - ^ TIMES- REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNE 80,1904. < . .a TO LEND. Ou good real estate security in Roanoke oity and in Roanoke and i Bedford oountles $500, $700, $1,000 and larger earns. , Mokfktt A Fox, Salem and Roanoke City, Va. _ FAR ME ItS. 8 I have rented tbe flour Mill ou i Masons Creek, known as " Salem I1 Roller Mill" and will take charge on " ' and after July l'itb., 1904. I will be I pleased to furnish Flour, meal and I | feed in exchange for wheat and oorn ii Give me atrial. \ 0-30 C4-2t O. D. KbsLKR. 1j ^ ^ .'i IfQfe s is IN SPRING I As woll ns at all other seasons JcS ,, of ;lio year, uoed cartful alien- an lion. If your eyes tiro or paiu flt "vlrti iu nuv way, at any timo. or it yot)r vision becomes dim or It htiirmt. thero is a defect of the flB eyos which only make* them Jn xrtaker each d<ty you ucglcct B h ?then!,' then it in rery important to act tu timo, hare up carefully ,e*aniii>o theiu antTif needed wo b can adjuat t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1904

I I I I I I I STANDARD OIL HISTORY' Tho following oditorial uunouncemont appears in tho July uuuiber of McClure's Magazine concerning Miss Tarbell's significant and remarkable History of tho Standard Oil Company. "Two years ago tho publication of Miss Tarbell's Standard Oil articles began in this magazine. It was our intention to have them run for a year, and then to bring them out in a book form. But as the work progressed Miss Tarbell found sue could not do justice to the subject in so limited a number of papers; so it was decided to continue them through a second year. Wo wonderod, at the time, if public interest in the subject warranted the coutiuution?it is assuming a good deal to expect that people will want to read of ouo thing for two years?but wo find that the articles have been even more widely read and discussed the second year than tho first. The History?which by general consent is tho greatest contribution to periodical literature of recent years?is now drawing to a clo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1904

f Rheumatism * Is Not a Skin Disease* Most people have an idea that rheumatism Is contracted liko n cold, that the damp, chilly air penetrates the muscles and joints and causes the terrible aches and pains, or that it is something like a skin disease to be rubbed away with liniment or drawn out with plasters; but Rhuematism originates in the blood and is caused by Urea, or Uric Acid, an irritating, corroding poison thnt settles in muscles, joints and nerves, producing itillauimation and soreness and the sharp, cutting pains peculiar to this distressing disease. Exposure to bad weather or sudden Bowling Oroen, Ky. ? rhilllncTof the hodv will hasten nu at- About a year ago I was attacked by aoute coining or tne ooay win nasten an at rheumatism in my shouldora, arms and tack of Rheumatism after the blood and legs below the knee. I could not raiso my system are in tlie right condition for it arm to poinb my hair. Doctors prescribed rl....lnn l,.,t nniliin., .In n/Uli for HIO for OVeP tW...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1904

9 - Itg. M SALEM TMES-NEK Published Every Thui Salem Printing and C. D. Der W. W. McClung. 1 Subscripts One Year iNiue Mont lib Six MoutliH Tliree Mouthn 'PHONES, NU1 THURSDAY, J . _ ... ? . IIV POCK IfiV,1' OK ROT. Mr. C. A. lleormaus.of Montgomery county, says that tlio Democratic party has d i s francliisod " tho bone and sinew of our beloved south." Bah! It is intoroBting to know just what Mr. Hcormans regards as " tho bono and 6inow" of the south. If ho wore running for oflice, we should think that he was trying to flatter the negro into supporting him.' It seems to us 'thdt,' when tho Virginia Constitutional Convention was iu suasion, it was the general impression, about here, that Mr. HoorfhaMy' along with Col. Hogo and other white Itepublicuns, was heartily in favor of. tho disfranchisement of the negro. What is the uso, anyway, of a sano man talking such rot at any time? Who, or what, does Heermans mean by tho "bono and sinew of our beloved South?" A TYPICAL COMBINATION. Ro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1904

f ? * rv wj ? - - - - - ? " shub m mit Fearful Night's Experience of a FIve-Year-Old Boy. Bristol, Tenn., June 27.?The littlo tivo-yoar-old son of Mrs. Nannio Cannon, residing at LiimeBioue, uast lenueBsee, awoke at 10 o'clock in the night a night or two ago, and, in a voice that indicated fright, told his mother that a snake was in bis bed. The mother, regarding ? it a? only a fancy of the child, duo probably to dreaming, scoldingly insisted that the little fellow should be quiet and go back t > sleep. Sobbing with fear, the little boy soon became quiet, but in a short while his mother was agaiu aroused by the cries of the child, who insisted that a snake was in his bed. The mother was still unwi'ling to believe that it was anything more than a fancy, and vehemently scolded the child until he became quiet. At intervals through the night she was aroused by the sobbing of the child, whom fear had thrown it into a stite of terror. IShe mother still had no faith itf the stor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 June 1904

T CURRENT GOHHEETS. Twelve different kinds of bugs, according to official statistics, do hu estimated dauia^c to Auiericau farm products of IKK),000 per uuuuiuabout a million dollars a day. The chinch hue heads the list, with $100,000,000; grasshopper, $00,000,000; Hessian ily,(u reminder of the Revolution, since the mercenaries hired l>y King (ieurge brought its eggs in tLe straw for their horses) $50,000,000; cotton boil weevil $50,000,000. Antidotes are wanted, if they do not turn iuto banes. Piesideut Faunce in addressing Brown University, characterized Americans as " agile rather thau profound in intellect." Faunce in agile. If Mr. Carnegie should not find heroes enough after the SJpcutu disaster, lie might make an allotment In favor of Patrick Golden, a tramp who rayed the lives of a woman and child try catching runaway horses at TrentoD, N. J., and the negresg (n line, of course, not given) who kept P'isseDger tralu No. 9, June 15, froui running into n burning rail...

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

I -hbb- ^ I ?Olts olibatcb Scnfhtd /18Tox)<?mb<?r 10, 1003 ^ I Vol. 39. ' - SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1904. No. 8. | Tin 11 rinmn nn mr?n I"" * - m(nans uf this HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Forost I>eatrnctlon a Monaco to 1'roHperity?Cattle VerauH Water?What the Govcriiiiient is doing to letter Conditions. In the Hawaiian Islands it is now recognized that the forest preservation is u matter of great and immediate importance to the leading economic interests of the Territory. The chief agricultural interest of the island is sugar growing. In 1003 the exported sugar was valued at $25,310,084, or 00 per cent of the total exports. The supply of water on which successful cane cultivation depends comes to a large extent from the forested higher slopes of the mountains, above the plantutU... I)..i n.. ? i!? i laiions. inn tut* situation is cum* p'icnted by the fact that cattle raising, which in economic importance stands second only to the sugar industry, de...

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

f TIMES. REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1904. THE LOST VOTE OF 11)00. Tho presidential oloction will bo decided by tho mou who refused to vote four years ago. Tho young voters will be pretty evenly distributed between - the parties, if we may rely upon laws of averages. But a million and a half men rofusod to vote in 1?J00 because they would neither support McKinloy and imperialism nor Bryan and financial folly. No attention has been paid to them, but they are likely to decide the result. Mr. Bryan claimed before the convention that ho got a million more votes than any other democratic candidate had, which is true, in 1890 ho got a million votes from populists who had a candidate of their own in 1892. But tho republican voto in 189G was nearly two million more than in 1892; that party got the gold democrats and the natural increase from the growth of population. Tho issue was closely drawn between sound money aud cheap money. This brought out a full vote, and the total p...

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

" . . ? ? ^ I TIMES-REGISTER ! and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JU^Y 21, 1904. TO LEND. On good real eetate aecurity in , Roanoke nity and in Roanoke and Bedford couuties $500, $700, $1,000 and larger sum*. Mokfktt & Fox, Halem and Roanoke City, Va. I-OST. Somewhere on Main nt., or College Ave., near DiBnrd's corner, a Confederate bad.;**, with my name engraved in full n| ou it. Suitable rew.nd if returned to P.W. NVhileso ir ve*. W. H. Rurcli. (I SO 3 IN SPRING I An well as alallothor aeaeone fey i of the yi>ar, need careful alien- 2HT Hon. I f your evea tire or pain fla yon in any way. at any tini?. or 1 if your viciou becomes <Hni or flR blurred, tliero in a defect of tho 1 H6 eyes which only makes them ' Nt nneaker each day yon neglect da them, then it in very important ' 'Is to act in time, have lis carefully , K l examine tliein nod if necd< d wo gS can adjust the nueeuarr glasses j&s to relieve eue strain. Kyraches WC &l...

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

THE LAST JOURNEY. I Ky Octavo Morboau. jj Having found an empty first t class compartment, placed my grip aud rug on tho seat and n tipped tho conductor not to al- t low any one elso in my com- t partrnent, 1 went up and down 11 on tho platform to look at my fellow travelers. There was tho usual crowd of fat, noisy Germans, nervous r Americans and stolid I nglish- c men, whoso faces wore no ox- ? press ion, and though traveling for pleasure looked as if they 13 were hored to doatli. ' 1 had seen the class of people 1 so often that they wore thor- t oughly uuinteresting to me, but 1 1 was attracted by a group of ( three people who stood outside ( a third-class car. ~ 1 One was an elderly lady ' dressed in black. A thin shawl covered her bony shoulders,and < though it was ..arm she was < shivering with cold, and a dry 1 cough seemed to shako her < whole body. She was accom- ' pauicd by a younger man and ' woman. Tho man bad a very ' unpleasant face, wi...

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

SHIN DISEASES r'S ESS? And while no: always painful are aggravating beyond expression. With few exceptions tfc ey are worse in spring and summer when the system begins to thaw out and tl c skin _______ . . , ..... - , . _ ... . ?3^ i* I eufferod with Ecaonm of the hand* is reacting and itakitlg and face for ovor * year, it w?b not only extraeifortstothrowoll nnnoviug and painful but very uu.. . .... Vf ^ y iiithUy, and 1 dinlikod tu jjo out in th? the poisons that have streets. accumulated during the v? d! / I tried at least ndoaon soaps and salv*e . im . ?;i? i \ tr/.* and became very much- discouraged winter. 1 hen boils and . until I read lu tfio paper of the curee * inninles rashes and performed through the uao of 8. 8. S. I pnupiea, rusuva ?. had little faith ?t first but determined eruptions of cteiy con- / 7 1 ll *L to give It a month'b fair trial at least. I ceivable kind make ^? am pleased toetate thet I noon noticed a . | alight Improvement, sufficient to decide . their ap...

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

SALEM TIMES-REGIS Published Every Thui Salem Printing and C. D. Den W. W. McCluntf. 1 Subscripts Oue Year N ilu> MolltllH ...... His Mouths Three Months ..... 'PflONBB, MPK THURSDAY, J HIS A VISION FOR 190S. In tho Washington Post, of Monday, there appeared tho following communication from a negro prominent in that city, wliinli iu PAQiinntfnllv uiilnnitioil here for tho careful consideration of tho white people of this country: Editor Post: As a colored man I wish to call attention to tho difTerenco between the liepublican and tho Democratic National Conventions. At the Republican convention the colored man was treated as a companion , friend and brother: There he was wado to feel as if he ' wore not only a political, but a social equal. Tho delegates followed tho advico aud example of our beloved President Theodore Roosovelt, who teaches that tho colored man deserves to be treated as a social equal. To emphasize this fact, he had the courage to have at his table Prof. L...

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

I I I I " . II TIB JOT OF BIS LIFE. By Fried? K raze. "And now, you are really my !owd, the sun of my day, tho joy ?of my life, and I will carry you on my hands until I draw my last breath"? This is what he wrote in his diary on Easter day, just after bis engagement to Lili Qun? tram, his cousin. Lili and Kenato wero orphans and had been brought up by Frau Barbara, the mother of KlinArT. sir if ilmv hnrt h?nn h>>r owu children. They had now grown up to girlhood, two beautiful girls of seventeen and eighteon, loved and admired by all. In character, however, they wero absolute contrasts. Renate, the older, was like Martha i in tho Scriptures, over ready to forget herself in sacrifices for : others, while Lili, on the other side, was meroly a spoilt child, petted and admired, taking it for granted that everybody should bo pleased to do any- ; thing for her. She was an exceedingly beau- i tiful girl, with light golden heir hanging in heavy braids i far below her wa...

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

i ? MOST MISKKA.BLE OF MEN. Inmate* oT 11 PortiiKiH'xn I'riNon Clothed in Hliroud and Mask. Entombed in a griui castle on the outskirts of Lisbon are some of tho most miserable ineu* on earth. These are the inmates of Portugal's prison of silence, hi this building everything that huuian iugcuuiiy cm suggest to render the lives of its prisoners a horrible, maddening torluic is done. The coriidors, piled tier on tier fivo stories high, extend from a common centre like the spokes of a huge wheel. The cells are nariow?tomhlike? and within each stands a coffin. The attendants creep about in felt slippers. No one is allowed to utter a word. The silence is that of the grave. Once a day the cell doors are unlocked and the half a thousand wretches march out, clothed in shrouds and with faces covered by masks, for it is a part of this hideous punishment that none may look upon the countenances of his fellow-prisoners. Few of them endure this torture for more than ten years.?Tit-Bits. Itchines...

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