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

v % r I CS-ori? olib cileb Q9Towcmbct 16., 1903 & Vol. 39^ SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY^ JULY 28, 1904. No. 9. .. ,. -. 1 INSANE MN MAIES SUBt.IlE PBAYEB. ( Illustrates a Unfiling IMiiino of 1 Mndncss-Tlic Sudden Lull, i I lie Ray of Light; Then Death. I Since the publication of an article in the Daily Mail dealing with the problems of lunacy I have | received hundreds of letters from , every part of the country telling me ( anecdotes which would make one of , the saddest and yet one of the most ( on t )i rill liner rnltimm in llio lilnrnfuni . - - o ?"] of humanity. Moreover, I have j lately discussed the subject with , many careful alienists, and I aui | more than ever convinced that the ] unfolding of the mystery of insanity, j when it comes, will let into the j world a new and startling light on ( all the material problems of psy- ( chology. Iteforc tellng the remarkable ( story, which is the excuse for my return to iliis matter, I should like * I to make it plain that ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 July 1904

* TI MES. REGISTCR.) and SENTINEL. THUR8DAY, JULY 23, 1904. It AI LlfiO Al> JUGOEKNAUT. FrightTul ICet-ord of Lite Sucrl- 1 lk'c<l t? CnrlessucHS uml Mechanical I>efcct. ' Tho figures of tho annual rc- I port on tho oporatione of American rail way a prouout iuipros- j f>iv? totals o" nation tl piosperity. Footings which run into tho billions become difficult of ready comprehension even by minds familiarized with the gigantic enterprises of a billion* dollar country. Hut it is in tho tons of thousands that tho most formidable exhibit is made?the exhibit of tho maimed and mangled and dead. A total of 8G,393 injuries inllicted, of which 0,840 were fatal. A city the size of Albany sacrificed every year to human carelessness or mechanical defect! A city tho size of Nowark doomed every three years, a metropolis liko Boston every six years! Managers may poiut withprido to the few passengers killul?ono out of every 2,000,000. Vet for ovory 10,000 ...

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

r v < 4 - . . . . TIMES. REGISTER, and SENTINEL. i v THURSDAY. JULY 28. 1904. 1)I88^TIPN NOTICK.~ The llrm < f Murray & Robert8 lias been dissolved by mutual consent. fTbe business will be continued by Mr. Roberts^ under the name of G. R. Roberts. Parties indebted to tbe late firm will please call at tbe store and settle their accounts as all unsettled bills will be placed iu tbe hands of an oflicer for collection on August 1st. C. O. Murray, 7 21-04 jt ? G. R. Roberts If yon wish to eeil your farm send me description and price. I liuye a buyer. w h Tivvt.*v I S | r 8 IN SUMMFR | It Ah well as al nil other seasons fi of the year, nwi) cartful alien- m K liin\. If your eyi n tiro or pain 5?L i BE vim in nnv way. at nilJT tinio. or ?? if your vision becomes ditn or mm g9 blurred-. tboro is a defect of tlio #55 ojo8 which only makes thorn Eg tceater each day yon neglect SB a? th"in. then it m rtry important ct JE& to act in time, have on ca...

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

THE AGED FATHER MAY SCPFER. Mr. ltoo.sovclt Closes tlic I>oor Against White Cirl and Appoints Ncsro to Job. A Washington letter of a few days ago tells the following disgraceful and significant story: "The negroes of this country have no reasou to doubt the sincerity of tho protoUations of regard which they are constantly receiving from tho President. That- is, they cannot question his declaration made some time ago of tiis intention to give them r..n ? : - *u~ -i~ 1 nil I v J/1 UOvIi vllVlvIl ill bUU UUpartments of this government, which is the most substantial ovideueo hocau give of his love of the brother in black. An instance of his afTection has just been given to-day. For years there has been employed as a clerk in one of the departments a man who has always been faithful to his work, which ho did well and to the satisfaction of bis superiors. But advauciug age and ill hoaltb have within the past few months rendered it impossible for him to dischargo his duties, and...

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

f - ! , 3 ; ? Rheumatism * ^?* ??THIS PAIN Those who have ever felt its keen, cutting pains, or witn ssed the intense suffering of others, know that Rheumatism is torture, and li. t it is rightly cat leu " The King of Pain." AH do notsuffer alike. Some are suddenly seized witli tl ,?t excrucia' ting pains, and it seems every muscle and joint in the bod was being torn asunder. Othcrsfcel only occasional slight pains for weeks or months, when a sudden cliaugc in the weather or exposure to damp, chilly winds or night air brings on a fierce attack, lasting for days perhaps, ami leaving the pa tient with a weakened constitution or crippled and deformed for all time. An acid, polluted condition of the blood is the cause of every form nn?i variety of Rheumatism, Muscular, Articular, Acute, Chronic, Iiillamuiat"ry and Sciatic, and the blood must be purged and purified before there is an end to your aches and pains. External applications, the use of liniments and plasters, do much toward tem...

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

n*' ?v , SALEM TIMES-REGIS Publlahtd Every Thurs Salem Printing and 1 C. D. Deiill W. W. MoClung. Bi Subscriptio; One Year ]\ iu? Month* ...... 81 v Month* ...... Three Mouths ...... 'PHONES, NUM] THURSDAY. J I MADE A <iOOD SELECTION. Tho tax payers and citizons of Roanoke county are to be congratulated upon the selec/ tion by tho Hoard of Supervisors of Mr. Nathan II. Uarst for tho oilico of superintendent of the roads for tho county. Although Mr. Garst was not an applicant?and ther ? were a number of very excellent and ellioent men who wero applicants?the Board, in its wisdom, made this selection for an oilico which experienced men regard as one of the most important in tho county administration. Mr. Garst is not only a very capablp and efficient man, from the standpoint of tho duties oI his situation, but, he is also thoroughly upright and conscientious, and will safeguard tho interests of tho tux-payers us well as all tho citizens of tho n mntV! ho will do t.ho vorv h...

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

\ '" AfilFOSSiBLElFENSB ATTEMPTED. The most offensive fact in relation to the present tariff is that it affords grateful shelter to a number of immense combines, under which they regularly manufacture their products for and sell them to foreign customers at rates very much below those which their .1 4 11 _ i uumuotiu |;anuin aiu i;uui[;oiiuu to pay. The occasional working off of a surplus in this way might bo justified, but the regular prosecution of the scheme is, as Mr. Rabock long ago declared, a policy that cannot be successfully defended. It does not condemn the policy of protection, but it puts a club into the hands of its enemies, which they use with damaging effect. Just as great wrongs and infamies are practiced in the name of religion, so the name of protection is invoked to cover this outrage upon the American people.' And such is the effrontery of the stand ,?*>vters?the new school that h'^8 \ rudiated all the great masters c protection, including William McKi...

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

MONTAOUE ON STUMP. Virginia Executive F\pocted t? f <?o Into Some of the Doubtful States for the Democratic Ticket. e; There is every reason to believe that Governor Montague will active- > ly lake the stump for the democratic 1] ticket nominated at St. Louis and gi that he will go into some of the k doubtful states. It is not likely that y there will be much in the way of I oratory in Virginia, for there is no need of it. It is saiil I lint. ll n tnnin ? onslaught of tho democratic orators o will be in West Virginia, and the s Governor will probably put in some time there. c Senator John W. Daniel, who t took a leading part at St. I/mis, and I Allen ('Hporlon Braxton, of Staunton, 1 will, it is understood, offer their i services to the national committee. \ It would be hard to find three more \ effective orators and if, as is also c anticipated, Congressman Claude A. \ Swansea shall also take the field, no 1 state can provide a stronger quartet. It is expected...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 August 1904

*' * I ' 1 ' * * . ^ (Sonsolibttl eb ^ ^ ^Tfooembe* 10, 1903 $ Vol. 39. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1904. No. 10. MFftlSG t DETECTIVE. (Ily Frederick Coombpr.) < 1 It whs a dull, rainy day, toward | the end of September?one of those , days when earth and sky alike are ( gray and dreary. i I was musing about Grace Elton, and wondering how long before I should be able to marry her. Dear | little Oracle, she was as sweet and as patient as it was in the nature of a woman to be; but I know it was u f hard life for her in that overcrowded miliners' workroom, day after | day, and month after month, and I , longed to set her free from the mo notonous caplivi-,. , And it was thus 1 was thinking | when the door opened and Mr. Clem- j cr came in. ( Mr. Clcmer was our "chief" ward. ( lie sat down beside me. , Meredith, ' he said, in a quiet, j subdued .tone that was natural to him, "didn't you say you were Kiting tired of doing nothing?" "Yes, sir." "Well, 1 have something f...

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

4 TIMRS- REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THUKSDAY. AUUL ST t. HHM LOVE YOU It TOWN. Next to a man's family and business nothing should be nearer to his heart than the town in which ho lives. It is tho place where ho wius his confidence and educates his children. If lie wants to make it as nonnlar as possible ho can not afford to Ik, indifferent to anything which furtln rs these i nds. It can bo said thata town that is worthy the <lovotion of its citizens in making it widely known and greatly prosperous m worth tho full measure of our devotion to merely take our share of tho commou benefits accorded to thoc immunity. We in iy yet add that if persons do not identify themselves with the interests of tho town and bo in sympathy and in touch with whom they live, it would be b -tter for them and the town if they would "move out." There are people who livo off a community and contribute nothing to it. They oppose the church, state and school and everything done in which they cannot load...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 August 1904

O i m . . TIMES- REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY. AUUCST I. UKM. At t cn t ion, IhuiKhtorH of tlic Confetti'racy. 'Fbt-re will bo u tailed meeting of tho Chapter of the ftouthvrn Cross, , Friday, August Uth, at 8o'clock p in., at the Courthouse. business of iitereitand inn ortance will be brought before the Chapter, and as each member ii : eisoiiHlly conccrtie 1 we would urge a full attendance. Member- who have not sent in their applic i tieiiM are requested to uo so at once ; also send all dues. The croden* iul? c< tu'uitlee cannot pa*s on applicat i >iih unless dues are paid. PltKSlDKNY. 9 s 1 I IN SUMMER 1 At well an at all other eoa*ntni jfitf Wf of the year. need cartful alienM (foil, If your eyea tiro or puiu SB % you in any v.ay. at any tint**, or IK Mm if your vition In coium Jim or SB w Httrrvj, tloTO i* a defect of the B w o\ oh which only makon thoin fBf 2E ircakcr inch day you ucglect SB an tlioui. tlion it ia rrry important 9K to act in time, have...

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

RE-UNITED FUR i BRIEF TIDE Husband li?lt Many Years Ago, Oft'criiiK to lteturu Wlien Called. I "If you over want mo, open th?3 envelope and send to thu address contained therein. I will come to vou at any time." . mutiny n <juarior 01 a century ago a Philadelphia!) named McNamara left wife and family with this parting injunction, a separation having been arrang od by mutual consent. Less than two weeks ago the wife summoned tho husband to her bedside at the Presbyterian 11 >spital and expired in his arms. During the long years that have elapsed tho two daughters have grown to beautiful, graceful womanhood. They liavo responsible and lucrative positions and suflicient means to purchase recently a handsome homo in ouo of tho now residence sections of West Philadelphia, furnish it comfortably and even elogautly, and make thoir mother's declining days easy so far a* worldly comforts are concerned. Origin ol' Trouble I'liknown. What difference arose to part this man...

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

WMf *" . * , , i i . 11 ? a ,,,n i CRUSHES OUT .. THE LIFE-^#iO^ Tlie most loathsome nnd repulsive of all ^ar living things is the serpent, and the v:lcst and most degradin g of all human diseases is Contagious Wood Poison. The serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost instantly the poison passes through the entire body. Contagious Wood Poison, beginning with a little ulcer, soon contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout the whole system. Painful swellings appear in the groins, a red rash and copper colored splotches break out on the body, the mouth and throat become ulcerated, and 1 lie liair and eye brows fall out; but these symptoms arc m;Id compared to the wretchedness and suffering that come in the latter iftages c f the disease when it attacks the Ixmcs and more vital parts of the body. It i; then that Contagious Wood Poison is seen in all its hideousness. 'the deep eating abscesses ami sickening ulcers and tumors show the whole system is corrupted and po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 August 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGIS Published Every Thursd Salem Printing and I C. D. Den It. W. W. NeCluni. Du Subscriptioi Ono Yeur Nine Months Hit Months Tnree Months 'PHONES, NUMl THURSDAY, At REPRESENTATION REDUCTION. The Republican newspapers o' the South are making a ties-1. p jrato effort to convince the voters of this section of the country that the Republican j party did not mean anything by , inserting into its platform the plunk advocating the reduction , of Southern representation in , Congross and the olectoral colleje. So far they have advanced no arguments to sustain their contention, but have con- 1 fined t h e m b o 1 v o s to long ' columns of abuse and adjectiveized invective against the Democratic party. At the same time they are making a futile efTort to throw upon their opponents the responsibility for the introduction of Iho negro question into a national campaign. Thoy ought to know that such calumuy and vituperative railing cannot take the place of fact and argument in an en...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 August 1904

IF I: DMTE OKB ?IMlGIBL Youn^ Snlrm llirl, Visiting A it tit, Snltl to kluro Horn Kidnapped. \ * Mra. Gertrude Worchester Taylor, of Cnicogo, was arriigned tii the Woot tide Police Court yesterday on a charge of abduction, }>referred by Mrs. Margaret Cheeks, who lives in the Baltimore Apartments at No. 58 West Fifty-eighth street. With Mrs. Taylor was Miss Virginia il. Bowles, a niece of Mrs. Cheeks. According to the aunt, Mrs. Taylor hud abducted the girl, and was holding her in her apartments at the Hotel Cumberland, Fifty Fourth street and Broadway, practically a prisoner. The arrest of Mrs. Taylor and M ns Bowles at the Cumberland, at 5 o'clock on Wednesday, was an exciting event. They were not taken by the police until th" hotel apartment had been stormed. Mrs. Taylor and Miss Bowles were having an early dinner. A waiter was busy in the room, when there caino a knock at the door. The waiter was about to go to the door when Mis. Taylor forbade him. The knock was r??| ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 August 1904

? ... I THE KENTUCKY WAY. 'Women ami Men (JIveii Sumo Consideration lielore the Liar. A interesting etorv is told of Lieutenant-Governor Thome, of Kentucky. Governor Beckham, the chief executive of the State, was a delegate ti) AllO Si. I /tllia nntmutrnhn I 'nn* nn_ tion. While he was absent' the duties of the oflice uevolwd upon the lieutenant-governor. On the sccoud or third duy of his temporary incumbency of the executive chair a young woman, the mother of a threemonths old babe, was brought to ttie Keutucky penitentiary to serve a term of ten years' imprisonment for murder. As the woman, with, the babe in her arms, entered the penitentiary a delegation of men and women entered the ollice of acting Governor Thome with a request for her unc mditional pardon. The story of the alleged crime, trial, and conviction of the woman, as related to the acting governor, was, brietly, us follows: The young wife was Jiving happily with her husband, when another young woman, with equal or supe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1904

$alcm ?ittw&?Mml&ltt ' -HUE)* | (Slonsolibaleb ^^^ /2Toocmb? 10, 1003 Vol. 39. S ALEM.VIRGINI A ,THU ilSDAY, AUGT7 ST 18, 1904. ' ~No. 12. WHERE WICKEDNESS IS AT A PREMIUM. Col. Broomscdgc TellH of The Wicked out County of Went Virginia. Fayette county in the valley of tho Great Kanawha has the reputu tion of being the most utterly utter come" of the commonwealth of West Virginia. It is a laud of high hills and deep valleys, of coal niiues and smoky towns, of ltoanoke niggers and general misbehavior. The first sight, while in search of u hotel, was a carpenter shooting into a board. " Ilowdy," was his salutation as I came along. " I broke the point off of my three-eight .moor Kif o?wl I'... tl.o VI V dim * IIK I'VI lug IUC HVIVO with u Harrington. And then it's a good ?vuy to keep in practice. Kill two birds at the same time you see. It boats driving tacks. Sometimes you need a gun in this country." But this introduction was tame to what soon followed. At the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1904

\v TIMES-PEQ1STER AND SENTINEL. THURSDAY, AUGUST IS, 1001 AS YOU TAKE IT. , To the preacher life's a sermon, To the joker It's a jest, ] To the tni/.er it is tuouey, ' To the loafer lite is rest. . To a lawyer life's a trial, To the port life's a r >D>r; To tlie doctor life's a patient That needs treatment ri^ht ah n *. To the soldier life's .1 l>attle. To a teacher life's a s :boot; I L'fe's a "tr >od fjin? ' ?> 1 caller, ( It's a failure to tlie tool. To the man upon the engine Life's u lontf and heavy gradt; I 'a u ;; unble t > the irambler. To ttie merchant lif-4 is trade Life's a picture to the artist, To the rascal it's a fraud; Life perhaps is but a burden To the man beneath the hod. Life is lovely to the lover, To the player life's a play: Life may he a load of trouble To the uiau upon the dray. Life is but a Ion: vacation To the man who loves his w; ri; Life's an everlastirg ett'ott To shun duty to the shirk....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1904

1 _v SCROFX Scrofula manifests itself in many neck and throat, Catarrh, weak eyes, sccsscs, skin eruptions, loss of streng It is a miserable disease and tract family blood taint. Scrofula is bred in the f hone, is transmitted uvSMkS from parent to child, 4r the seeds are planted in ^ 1 \ infancy and unless the r.\r/4 , blood is purged and purified and every atoiu of the taint removed Scrof- ? '* c ula is sure to develop at . i a-r 150 SoUtll C j sotue |)cnod in your life. No remedy equals S. S. S. as a cu up the blood, makes it rich and put \ great Blood Remedy, the geucral hea ? - i strengthened, to health. T1 joints and glai |vj|) ^ r r is restored to a tions, and othc S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vc pun her and tonic that removes all blc tions. Our physicians will advise \v their case, llook mailed free. THE SWiF { F- W- Bl SHARD A large assort m 4) and Tinware just I ^ of Household con ^ expressly for the s ^ assortment of i ....House I | | 18 arc ^ is not excelled a Oils, Varn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1904

* ~ " ? >alcm $i?w PUBLISHBD KVBKV TIIUUS1U Salem Printing and I C. 1). DKNIT. W. W. McCLUNU. llui Subseriptio One War . .... N ut> Gioutlie 8ii MOUIIJR T iree Month* . ..... PHONES, NUMH THURSDAY, A. 1J AN IMPRESSIVE SCENE. A vory remarkablo trial, or scries of trials, is now in pro/VMA..n u?..i fc ?i Kicno at uiairouuru, uu,, wiicru ^ thirteen negroes are on trial for h murder. According to reports, s tho negroes of that section had V organized what they called tho tl " Before Day Club," tho purposo ii and object of which was to p murder tho white people in u revenge for imaginary griev- e ances. Recently a well known I1 citizen of tho place, togothor C with his wife and three children, t were brutally murdered, aud suspicion so strongly poiuted to f members of this club that thir- A teen of them were arrested, and 1J lyuchings were narrowly avert- j ed. The military was quickly j called to tho assistance of the I local authorities, however, and u a speedy tr...

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