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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1904

^ t ~ in nf> in 4*^*^ T1ES-BEGISTER AMD SENTIKEL. ^THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1804. The Lnht Seashore Excursion of the Year to Norfolk and Richmond September ?, 11)04. On this date the Norfolk and Western Ry Co. will operate the last biff Excursion of the year to Norfolk and Richmond, leaving Salem 11:48 A.M. Rate $3.75 to Norfolk, $3.00 to Richmond. Returning, leave Norfolk 0 P.M., Richmond 9;40 r.M., oeptemner 'J, iuu*. netets good ou special train only both urofrand returning. Call fa Agents Norfolk & Western Railway for tickets and information, or writo J. A. Pack, Excursion Agent, Roanoke, Va. W. 13. Bbvill, General Passenger Agent. f i IN SUMMER I gt Ah well as at alt otlior seasons Eg, SI of tl,o year, need careful alien- ag ki> Hon. If your eyes tiro or pain W jron in any way*, at any timo, or Kg atg if ybnr vision becomes dim or am t*V blurred, th;iro is a defect of iko ? S oyos which only makes thorn 3? M irralcr cadi jitly you neglect K ?K thor...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1904

Dearest Spot On Knrtli Is Homo. The dearest spot o*? earth to mo I* home, sweet home! 1* The fairy laud I long to see fi la home, sweet home! There, how charmed the sptse of hearing! There, where Jove ia so endearing! 81 A'l the world is not s.) cheering As home, sweet home! tl 've taught my heart the way t) pri/.e My home, sweit home! I've learned to look with lover's eyea On home, sweet home! C< There, whera vrw? are truly phgitet! g There, whrre hearta are s> united! ?l All the world b-sldea I've s ig'oted .For home, sweet heme THE HOME G1RLCE. " Vi >v column Dovotcil to Tired Mothers as Tliey doin The J Home Circle. g ci We would impress upon every V reader of this columu the importance c of cultivating the home virtues, the household beauties of existence. Endeavor to make the little circle of domestic life a cheerful, an intelligent, a a kindly and a happy one. Whatever r may go wrong in the world of busi- G Hess and trade, however arduous may ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1904

THE GINGHAM APRON. The Utile girghnm apron* (bit (hey wear, Those dainty querns of ninny days of yore? One was a-rent whtrt the flowers tumbled through Upon the burs (e> t pa dlitK lo the Uew. No banner* ts ? CHilary eyer y* t Fashioned by the cunning ha d of i k'll Can hi le the s goal Hag I'll re'er forget. N . atl ken sheen and sal in ever will Displace tbe tn-ai. at s niutimes tittered thing ? He lite gngiani sprot s (hat they wore. Ai! <| ? ns b youd the run so in of a kit*! Ali! vanish g.i ghaut aprot s of tbe yore! De-ir Mile gingham Pr t-8 ?f *ns dajs Or h n ty |> ilbs miiI piimroe' h :e. Ud wayr; 'I bore in h glory In etcb stil> g and check li 'Hit g.t ?eis fto?a tbe llols-im and the wreck. Taey used to scurry o'er the rnoisy s'i'e. Tbey us d to s vsy upon tbe grapevine **i g. Ah, me! there whs oo?oph's'.ry or g He I a e'en h puck'-rel rullle or a s'.rl g I clo-e wy ey< s ?arid see the merry treiu Atiou come troopit g d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 August 1904

$50,000 TO _ BEDABHY Hi. ltoiuance ol' Woman Wlio In Hying at Atlantic City. Atlanta City, N. J.?Mrs. Jeanuotte Bushel), who is said to he dying here, is the woman for whoso release from her marital bonds her husband is said to have refused an offer of $50,000 from her formor husband, William Lynch. Lynch lost a ueai or money in speculation several years ago and decided to retrieve his fortunes in the Klondike. Ho bado his wife a lo*. ing farewell and traveled to Alaska. lie toiled for years without success, but stuck to it and finally fortune favored him. Meantime his wife, weary of his long ubsence and the uncertainty of his return, obtained a divorce and married Bushell, who had been a sweethoart of her childhood. .Just two days after her marri ige to liuslioll,Lynch returned loaded with diamonds and rich presents for the wonnn lie 1 bought had waited for him all the years he had been fortuneseeking. Ho learned of the * marriage, which was performed at the Hotel York, in New York...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1904

I /f:: " ' :- ^ T ,... . . :-j * ' ?onsoIibaUb Win* ** M, m? * Vol. 39. ~ SALiBM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1904 No. 18. THIS 10VBK CHANGEABLE. I have a lover. My lover's tnime is Jack. Jack is at times feuiiijine, at times masculiue. Strange to say, I like my lover best when be is fominine. I suppose, to be strictly grammatical, I should say "when she is feminine," but ( there is no word in the English lan- 1 guage which stauds for "he or she." We use "he" at tinu-s to stand for both. Therefore whether he is act- ( ing like u man or o woman I shall 1 cdl him "he." Sometimes Jack pays me compliments, sometimes tells tnc the truth ?if it is the truth?blutiug it out suddenly and gruffly. He often ci it irises my dresp, at times approving of niv costume, at tinns decry itig it. I was dressed for a ball the other evening and, suddenly look- 1 iog up, saw Jaok regarding me in- 1 tently. As my gaze met his an expression of admiration suddenly 1 lighted up his face. "You are very pret...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1904

TWO TYPICAL f - AMERICANS. I The two national democratic candidates represent two types of citizenship radically different and yet each characteristically Americans. .fudge l'arker. like his colleague. Itotr.ui life as a farmers boy. But bis aspirations were all intellectual. Ho never tho lglit of mono ' : ing except incidentally. Ho wanted to go to college but gave up that ambition to help hie father. He taught school when l?l years old, workel hie way through the state normal school atConrtland, studied law and "hung out his shingle." That used to be the in tin travoled road to statesmanship in this country. Though possessed of a natural t ilout for political management, ,1 udgo Parker's bent was judical. The only ollices ho desired or c >uld be persuaded to acsept were judgeships. lie began as surrogate, thou advinced to the State Supreme Court, and then to tho Court of Appeals. Gradually the power of his personality impressed itself upon the tuou who were looking for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1904

* I TIMES-REGISTER AND SENTINEL. i-UM-U'! . '. ! ... J? THURSDAY. AUGUST 24. 1904. The Lust Seashore Excursion oi the Year to .Norfolk und Richmond September p O, 1004. On this date the Norfolk and Western Ry Co. will ope rate the last big Excursion ol ' tho year to Norfolk and'Rich mond, leaving Salem 11:48 A.M Rato $3.75 to Norfolk, $3.00 tc Richmond. Returning, leave Norfolk 0 P.M., Richmond 9;4C P.M., September 9, 1904. Tick I ets good on special traiu only Iboth goiug and returning. Call on Agents Norfplk Wostem Railwav for tickets and infor j mation, or write J. A. Pack, Excursion Agent, Koanoke, Va, W. B. Bevill, (General Passenger Agent. ' f mi*\ | IN SUMMER I Aa well as at allotlinr acaaona V ?>f the year, need cartful alienI M lion. If your eyes tiro or pain JK 50 you in any way. at any tim?. or Si w if )uui vision bccosirc dim or blurred. tticra ia a defect of the w men wliich only niakoa them tt i I breaker each day van neglect dp tlu-in. then it to reiy impor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1904

- r i|W| _ i MAW? BELL PH I KUSKNBA i I DON'T I ^ That wo arc i m BitrisniiiN in result of (lie faf Q !*>(?, and the roi Q * room for Sprit! 0 | drop in a Ut ? *, It can't he told to 0 1 Eosenbav (i) ROANOKE, 00000000000000Q [THE LB. I (J h? v K s I Our lino of Kid and Silk (Jlovea I is excellent. At $1.00 we yive I you a guaranteed CJlove?the | best one we have ever seen. II O 1 S K It V ? ' I . .. I 1a very complete Hue of popular price goutta. A little better than you get at the eaiue price elrewhjere. Dry.Gooils line in atronger anil b? pod here, you know how we save y should come anil eeo. ROANOKE MER 20 Silciu anil ID Campbell Avt?., 8. F3e!?VESHHm!MMBB3UHH?uKnBMHBBK Headqua \ J. I I. Ma 21 East Campbei. Avenue, ?121 Em Evei M k r/r brightc | |VlA|Vt;| "Ztl CH nisli tli IB Our 1j v" u n and sc< m ^ ? IVi E y?u to 1 your I |eoz-y D0M1. SSoan m&m&wum&m&mtki ESttOj The L, Restam ROAB i Popular Caterer Cou Ksof ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1904

MA LAI Germ Infectec Matftrin is tiot confined exclusive and tuarshy regions of the country, bti bail air this insidious foe to health is vapors ami gusqs from sewers, and the cellars ate laden with the genus cf thii wliich are breathed into the lungs an ^ Hood and transmitted to every part o you begin to feel out of sorts without < cause. No energy or appetite, dull lies tired and eoraph tcly fagged out from tion, are some of the deplorable effects malady. As the disease progresses and moie deeply poisoned, boils, and absc yellow spot; appear upon the skin. 1 left t > ferment and the microbes and g? the blood. Liver and Kidney troubles ai arise. As Malaria begins and develop i , effective must / ftil^ the germs nnd blbod, nnd un KJ) KJJ constitution ru soon clear of u S. S. S. is a guaranteed purely vej harmless. Write us if you want me<l tion about your case. This will cost y< THE SWIFT S J F- W- BR $ HARD1 ^ A large assort men $und Tinw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1904

rUUUSUBU BVKHV Tunis Salem Printing and C. 1>. DKNl' W. W. McCLUNU. I Subscripti One Year Nine Months Six Months Three MoutliH THOiNES, NUN THURSDAY, >\l MAKES A NICK SHOWING. | ()a another page of thia paper todav will ho found the annual statement of this county's financial afTuirs, embracing the receipts and disbursements for the year cudiug with July, showing in detail the sources of all lovenue, aud where every dollar of it went. This is, perhaps,the most exhaustive report over rnado by any Board of Su pcrvisors to the peoplo whom they represent, and is published in conformity with a. receut statute of the legislature. In addition to the summary, the name of every person to whom a warrant was issued is given in full, the amount of warrant, aud what servico was rendered in return for it. This is true even of the petit jurors who served during the year, and the amount paid to each is also given. Tlio statement, wo think, makes a splendid showing for the admi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1904

WHIRS! LIVE SH1IS Around Her Neck?Society No Taking Up tl?c Fad. Mise Alice Roosevelt of Wash itigton, at times wears a liv I snake. The rej tile is abou two feet long, us large aroun< as a lead poncil, and is knowi at a grass snake. The youu| woman's idea is, presumably that society will take up th snake as a fad, but there doe not seom to a wild desire to fol low the example of the rresi dent's daughter, who also wear a chain deon attached to th fro it of her waist by a fin chain. Miss Roosevelt discovered th suake hanging from a gas fix tare in a bird store, was de lighted with it and bought il The next time she went autc mobile riding she wore it coile about her neck, where it re muitied quite contentedly. It skin shiues with a jewel lik briMiunce, and it was though to ho a green chu.n. In som instances Miss Roosevelt re vouled its true character, giv nig sundry friends a littl scare. I>id llini Good. A provincial clergyman dui ing his sermon caught sight o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 August 1904

STATEMENT of the receipts ami disbursements of Roanoke County for the year beginning July 28, 1903, ami ending July 25, 1904, as made to the Board of Supervisors of said County, July 26th, 1904, and published by direction of said Board: 1003 KECK I ITS. Auk- 1. By amount from Morgan Smith, receipt No. 1. f 10 00 Sept. 5. By amount due county on annual settlement 1002 8,GOt 10 Nov. 7. By amount Irom Morgan Smith, receipt No. 2, 47 00 Nov. 7. By check Virginia Bridge and Iron Co. 27 08 Dec 0. By amount froui Morgan Smith, receipt No 3, 40 50 Dec 7. By voucher, town or Salem for tmpt. to County Courtliot si 317 7/ 1001. Jan 2. By aoiouut from Mo'g tu Smith, receipt No. I, 03 70 Jan 2. By amount from C< unty levy for 10O3: ? f??ilr...<. - 2,700 30 *' , . " Wc ern Union Telegraph Cotupiny 27 97 " " Tilephone Companies 8 90 Jan. 2 By amount from county levy on real (state and pi ?>ual property by diatricta. Jan. 2 By amount from Cutawba Distr.ct: , 910 70 ...

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

I I s 1 , , \ , Sftm**88 Itcgtelcr -HWID(Sonsoltbaieb ^ ^ Yy [^ |. '^ntowmbcr 16, 1903 * \ ' ' * Vol. 39. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1904. No. 14. ?? T "WELl-BAUNCBD MAN."! i Twentieth Century lelioslioplvivts the Need of the Hour. t Harmon hy l*rohililtioii , Union** i'roitiilcut. , The following discourse, recently 1 delivered ut Rochester, N. Y., by ? C. M. Harvard, president of the i " Prohibition Union of Christian i Men," is republished here by request, I and will prove interesting reading. 1 He said: * ''Jehoshaphat was a good king. 8 lie was a statesman,a preacher and a > r. former. He not only preached ' righteousness, bi;t he smo^e the na- # tional Bin of the people and took * away I he high places and groves out I of Judah. And there bo today, 8 gUlcnnipn. nriminhprs mid IhViiipii f who need to profit by bis rxumple. 8 There ure millions of good men iu 1 the world today, men who ure lead- r ing exemplary lives, whose hearty c\ are lifted tip in the...

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

NEWS AND COMMENT j. Prof. Wiloy, of the'Depart*j' raeut of Agriculture, has just is- 1 sued a very interesting bulletin ou tlio "Useful Properties of Clays/' It seems the United States imports nearly two bund- 1 rod thousand tons of clays each 1 year, between one seventh and tint n!irliMi i>r !< > VMV V VI WHU U'llVUUl V" duced in America. Tlioro is no reason why the rich clay dopes- ' its of this country sIhm Id not bo ' developed to a wheio 1 th ;ro will ho no further need of ' importing clays. 1 1 Automohiliets run bo rockiest*. ( ly over the roads in Now England and York State,and rush m? Htrenuously through the "towns and cHios, disregarding all laws, th t it is becoming positively ' dangerous to ridoon the machine People havo in many instances taken the fciw into their own hands, and now it is quite common for tho automobile to he ' tired at or to bocomo a target for a bomb. If forest fires in the Black Ilills, and other regions of the far west...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 September 1904

.1 I II /? t F. w. B! SHARD W - A large assortm f and Tinware just ^ of Household cor ^ expressly for the s ^ assortment ( f t ....House J S Hart ? ^ is not ^celled a ^ Oils, Varnishes, gfc t hing belonging to ^ Be nembor Bro\ ^ Brown's for qua W price. Always b IF. I, iron ? SALE] ! WE DOTS " s Anything about profit or even cost. Summer Stocks. The.cost or former Every garment is of superior quality, are some of our moving prices: Two-Picce Suits that we Two-Piece Suits that we Two-Piece Suits that wc Two-P^oe Suits that \vc Two Piece Suits that we Two- Piece Suits that we Two-Piece Suits that we Two-Picec Suits that wei All Straw Hats at Airhsart-Kirk CI 102 Salem Avenue. ONK IMtlOB CC.OTIIIKUS, FU IINISII RIIS GETTING RA': TltU ntce warm weather ernph SU11', aid pariicu'arly imprests h looting the reasons outfit troiu lino <1 the b st makes an i style* l> pillar prices. 3HIOW -A-Tooto.t ? If you 1 aveu't been getting th you what is right in quality, | larges...

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

?imeo-?lcg I'l'llLlbHKl> KVBliY Till"US Salem Printing and C. F>. DEM W. W. McCLCNU. I Subseripti Ot>e Year Niue Months Si * Months Throe Months ..... 'PHONES, NUft THURSDAY. SEP That Farmers' Institute held in Roanoke this week proved to bo both a pleasant and profitable occat-ion to those who attended, and the speakers handled their subjects iii a manner that demonstrated Hiey were practical uien, dealing with live questions. Professor Davidson told the soil-tillers that they woro being robbed every year in the matter of commercial fertilizers, and told them how to avoid it in the futnre. If they d >n't profit by his advieo it is their own fault. It is time,high time, thit farming in this section was being put upon a businoss basis, conduct ;d scientifically and j profitably, and there is no groatar or more potent aid in that direction that we can c?n ceive of than these farmers' institutes. Let's have them often aud tako advantago of th...

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

TIIES-BEG1STER AMI SENTINEL i . i .. - 1 i THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1904. Tin1 liimt SciisIiuk. Excursion of tlie Your to Norfolk and lik-limoitd September O, 1004. t)n this date the Norfolk # and Western liy Co. will operate the laBt big Excursion of the year to Norfolk and Richmond, leaving Salem 11:48 A.M. Hate $3.75 to Norfolk, $3.00 to Richmond. Returning, leave Norfolk 0 P.M., Richmond 9;10 P.M , September 9, 1904. Tickets good on special train only both going and returning. Call on Ageuts Norfolk & Western Railway for tickets und information, or write J. A. Pack, Excursion Agent, Roanoke, Va.1 W. R. ItaviT.i, General Passenger Agent. i^si 1 IN SUMMER I flft As welf'aa at all othnr seasons i**J ?- of of the year, nuvd careful alien- W M tfnfi. If your eyes tire or pain MB jKn you in nuv wnv. at any timo, or Sg 58? your vision become a dim or aK jB Marred. there i? a defect of the eyes whioli only iuakca-HCOiu bS ireaker each >Unj you neglect oB 1SK them, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 September 1904

'? I THE HOME CIRCLE. ~ A Column DovotoU to Tiri'tl Mother as Tlicy Join The Koine Clrelci. Uo. llouie Circle, go forth And nive thy cheer. Uo where upon the hearth The tire burc? clear; Uo where the evening lamp A rosy jjlow Sheds white the >torm without Its wild blasts blow. Uo under creeuwood ahad<. Find open dooiv ? Where bab'ee like'Sunbeams play About the II jot*. And > iv the hand that wroi p'.t W< ntil ontv lilt ss And lend the simple ail Oh happiai m On then, the world it wide. And give thy cheer; l'erba|>s t line tender besit Will hold thee dear; l'erha|s s >me pleasant hand To this column turta, IVrha) s s mie gei tie soul Thy tuisxuje learn, There is a beauty in the young j dawn of love, when, in life's j morning two that were just now j children aro walking with inter-' twined embrace; thero is a deeper beauty in the hallowed evidences of affection which light ^ up tho homo of wedded life,i whore tho man ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 September 1904

EAHLY MAW. 1 ltnv. William Kelly, ot* Boston ' Gives Ills View On tlic Subject. I Since Gov. War field, of Maryland, opened the discus- , sion whether it is well to mairy young or after twenty-five, the marriage question has been rec< iving more attention than usual from ministers aud public men of all kinds. As might Ituvn p vi'opf.pfl .onini. fin differ greatly, some taking the Bide of the governor iu favor of Ive 111a. riugen, and some the opposite view in favor of early martiuges. Of course, no one 1 pretends to lay down a hard und fast rule in rtferenco to a problem that must be decided strictly hy h eal circumstances. A great deal in the last analysis depends upon temperament il co. ditious. Some men are cuornnously beuefited by early marriages and som) are not. Aud what is true of men is probably truo of the other sex, w it'll in certaiu limits. A youth of twenty, for ex \ ample, who has been denied the boon of a contented parental ^hoine, mav find bappiuess in ear...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 September 1904

THE KiTOML GAP1T0L t r Washington au?l Virginia IlicU Outers ?1" tircat Naval ami t Military Movements. g f Washington, August 2D.?At t thu present moment Washing- ? ton is the center of great milita* e ry ami naval movements. In ^ the Potomac lies the largest ilo- |< tilla it ever bore, the squadron u o> Admiral Sands, consisting I i of 'the battleships Texus and k Massachusetts, seven armored e cruisers and a formidable array of torpedo heat destroyers enough, in all, to cause Togo to intermit his assaults on Port Arthur. Farragut's old ilagship is also in evidence, tho ancient "Hartford" to whose shrouds ho clung during the battle of Mobile Bay. Some hundreds of midshipmen from Annapolis are with tho visitors, and a few days ago they injected tho great gun factory at the Navy Yard. Tho land-lubbers are equally busy. Virginia will bo overrun this week by thousands of army-wagons and teamsters preparing for the mock assault on Manassas in the pinchbeck battles...

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