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

1- ' . W |>* ' ' - -afi?- ^ ' ?onsolibateb "ISTouembe* 16, 1003 $ Vol. 39." SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1904. No. 1.5 A UMATli BUKGLAB. _ Wife ol' ex-Mayor oi'Cliarlottesvllle Shot and Killed at Her Home Last ill!1" <ltiy Night. M 8. Fannie M. McCue, wife of ex Mayor J Samuel McCue, at Charlottesville, Vh., was shot and killed about 10 o'clock Sunday night by an unknown man. ilor husband was also attacked and left for dead. The tragedy occurred at the McCue residence on Park street, in the most fashionable section of the city. Mr. ami Mrs. McCue had jugt returned from church, and were retiring when a mm rushed into the bedroom, carrying a satchel and baseball bat. The intruder struck at McCue, who rushed for his shotgun in tne oruer of the room. The two grap j?icu, ikk oeiore Mr. AlcUue could raise his gun lie was struck in the face and rendered unconscious. Seizing the weapon, a Winchester, which had been dropped, the assailant lired twice at Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1904

NOT PORT ARTHUR, But Niii-C'liwant; Tliat llehl Fatal Fascination Over ltussiaii A tiny. Many people have been exceedingly puzzled as to why tho Russians should have allowed Port Arthur, as they thought. to exercise such a fatal fascination over their armies, instead of withdrawing hotitues from the toils which thoy can hardly have bcou unaware their enemy was weaving around them. The truth is that the beleaguered stronghold has not been the sole attraction. It was their anxiety to hold on to Niu Chwang as long as possible, which equally c iused them t) dally in the s >uth when true military wisdom dictated their withdrawal toward Charbin, at least. NiuChwang has for a long time been the centre of Russian financial resources in China, and ever since she seized the place (luring the Boxer troubles she has exploited the revenues of the customs and the junk trade to her own unlawful ad-( vantage. | Tho dues from the foreign trade of the port, amounting to( ?1,000 wqekly, she...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1904

w f ? : !>,. I ? If ti I TMES-BEGI8TEH AND SENTINEL. ? ?? . ? THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1904. Excurnlon to Luray Caverns. On Tuesday, Sept., 20th, 1904, the Norfolk & Western Ry. will operate the last excursion of the season to Luray Caverns,leaving Roanoke at 8 a. tn. Rate for the round trip, including admission, $2.50. This will be a flrst-c'ass excursion conducted under the auspices of the Retail Clerks Assoc'-.'lou of Koauoke, whose committee ill he on hand to look after the coinfoit auJ welfare of their patrons. Call on agents of the Norfolk & Western R ilway for tickets and information. or write. J. A. t'xcK, Bicureion Agenr, W. B. Bet ill, O. P. A. ' ' Roauoke, Va. IN SUMMER 1 An well hh at all other seasons fig of iho year. need ?irrftd atten- HgF lion. If your eyes tiro or pain yon in any way. al any lime, or ^3 if your vision becomes dim or blurred, there i? a defect of ttio eyes which ouly makes thorn tt tmiiw -each dmj you ncKh>...

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

? ~ THE B01G mT A Column Devoted to Tired Motliei , h Tlicy JoliiJTlie Home Clrele. MY LITTLK WIFE. V'UI mute ^ r|MVBU lur i wu. I un^ui No g lists our bounty sbatr; The dauias\ clolb in siowy whits. The szrvicis elig tut and bright, Our cbitia quaint and rare: My little wife pr? sidis, And perfect love .bidet). A fairer picture who his sren.' 8of?. lights aurl sha lo?> blend; The on ral Og ire of the scene, She si's tuy wife my queen? ller bead a little bent; And In her eyes of blue 1 read my blis* anew. I watch her t ? she poms the tea. With quiet gentle grace: With Urge's deft and movements free S te tuixts in the cream for me, A bright smi'e on h? r face. And as she sent's it up, I pledge ber in my cup. Was ever man before s> bleat? 1 s cretly reflect. Toe pi asirg tlio't she musr have guets d. Kor now d>ar 1 i| s on mine are prts<ed, An arm is round my neck. Djar treasure of my life? (Jot bliss hei?little wife. Food For The Miml. As s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1904

w "if" : P* = J F- W- Bl 5 HARD ^ A large assort ine ^ and Tinware just ^ of Household con ^ expre*sly for the si T assortment of Z ....House 1 | Hard $is not excelled ai Oils,. Varnishes, i ? thing belonging to ^ He member Brov ^ . Brown's for qua J . price. Always be t F. ?. IIfowi $ SALE! t. WE DOM Anything about profit or even cost. Summer Stocks. The cost or former livery garment is of superior quality, are some of our moving prices: \ Two-Piece Suits that we Two-Piece Suits that \vc Two-Piece Suit# that we Two-Piece Suits that we Two Piece Suits that we Two- Piece Suits that we Two-Piece Suits that we Two-Piece Suits that we All Straw Hats at Airheart-Kirk C 102 Salem Avenue. ONK I'llIOK CI.OTIUEUS, FUKNISIIBK! This ulcfl vrtirm *< either piuiih SUIT, Hid pun Icu'urly Imprest s lecting the mmvhoiik uu'llt front line of the b nt wakes on 1 style p qular pricett. How -^Toouut t If you ? aven'f hem getting th you what <m right 1u qualify, j largest variety i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1904

patera SHiwes-glqi PIULISHKI) KVKUY THUK8 Salem Printing and C. 1>. UKXI W. W. McCLUNO; I Subseripti One Year Nino Month* Six Months ...... t hree Mouths .' . / 'I'llONKS, NUN THURSDAY, SEP REPrBLICAX APOLOiiY, One of our Northern contempararioB says that 44 in selecting SSeuat.or Fairbauks for Vico President, the Republicans have reflected credit on themselves and dono their full duty to tho country;*' and in speaking of his ability, continues: "Besides being oxcollently equipped for prodding over tho Senate, Mr. Fairbanks has all tho qualities for making an able, safe, aud successful President, lie is not given to springing surprises,but is a clear-headed, broad minded and digniiied statesman." . This sounds almost liko an apology for Mr. Roosevelt. Our Republican friends would have us bel eve that Mr. Roosevelt is safe and sane ; that he is to be trusto J.becauso Mr.Fairbanks is ^ excellently equipped for presiding over the Senate," aud becauso ho is not "given to spri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 September 1904

VIOLENT STOBMS. September Weather Will Be Hot, Cold, Clear, Cloudy, . Dry and Wet. The Rev. Irl R. Hick, who operates a weather brureau as a side line, passes out the folio win* as the indications for the month of September: First ?torm period from the 4 i i i<> thi 10th, and is central on the 6th. It is plainly evident that this is a period in which vnrv ornnnrn 1 mwl nprh'.ina ?ln. - ? / ? ? - ? "f "f * ,v lent disturbances are reasonably to be e>pected. As early as the 6th looic for growihg warmth and other decided indications of approaching storms. About 7th Co 10th wide-reaching and severe storms of rain, thunder and wind will sweap over rao it parts of the cojntry. Very warm weather will precede and attend these storms. The second storm period, which is central on the 11th and 12th, is so directly connected with the declining first period thit we may as well consider them as one. At the winding up of these disturbances a rushing high barometer ...

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

??????? ? TEDDY TOOK A SNEAK., OjKter Bay Folk Frown l*|?ou Social Kquality SiikkwIIuhn. The tllnd Hand Not Tlielrs. l Oyster Hay, L. I., Sept. 9.?The 1 negro picnic in the President's sum- j, mer home town last week, which is revived in the minus of the residents J of this place because of the finding fi today of the body of one of those who were drowned in sight of Sagamore Hill while on a carousal, brought a lesson lo all the popula- * lion of this ordinary tranquil little town. The negroes, it now seems. were treated with little toleration in the President's home town. r It is well understood by the people of Oyster Hay that these negro ^ picnics are held here because of President Roosevelt's unprecedented ^ act in inviting a negro to dine with hiui at the White House The Colored Business Men's Association of Kingt county brought 500 negro men and women to Oyster Hay on this last picnic. They did the same thing a year ago. When they Jirst nunc they took the town pretty much they...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1904

| <?Lon*olibaleb ' | [^ | ISTorxmrbe* 16, 1903 * ' ? Vol.39. SALEM,-VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1904. No. 16. k urn COWARD. I*r??vcM to His Affianced That All Brave Men do Not Wear Uniforms. When duck St anIay and Kva Coleman went spinning along the street, behind his beautiful gray trotters everybody envied him and the handsome gill who was soon to become Ins wife. IIow happy tbey looked, laughing and chatting guy!/, its the * trolfers glided swiftly, a'most uoisehssly by! As they drove out of Grayson Place* where their new home was ' building, and turned again into the .street, the inspiring strains of uiart:ul music fell upou their ears, and the next moment a company of soldiers swept around the corner, marching toward them with military precision. Jack was compelled to give his mill r< k ill loll I 1AM Irt * kft 4 I a " ** v IHHC tin vii trlVMl IV ?Ut Dpilllt'U IV'UIII w hich seemed determined to reach the uext street by taking a short cut through a g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1904

I FENCE POSTS. | Simple Methods The Farmer Can Euisilj Employ to Preserve Tliem. Tho well-known methods of preserving posts and wood which aro partly imbedded in tho earth aro only effective when both tho charring and tarring are applied, says American Cultivator. Should tho uotts onlv bo ch ir tho char coal formation on tho surface would act as an abuirber of the moisture and, if anything, only hasten the decay. By applying a coating of tar without previous charriug, the tar would ouly formed a casting about the wood and would not penetrate to the depth which the absording properties of the charcoaled susfaeo would insure. Wood that is exposed to the action of water or let iuto the ground should lirst bo charred, and then, beforo it has entirely cooled, he treated with tar until the wood is throughly impregnated. The acetic acid and oils contained in the tar are evaporated by the heat and only tho rosin is left bchiud. This penetrates tho pores of the wood and forms an straight ^ a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1904

r; % TIIES-BEQI3TER ADO SEHTItlEL. l? _" a -ju?auagsaca?eag THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1904. Excursion to Euray Caverns. On Tuesday, Sept., 20th, 1904, the Norfolk Si Western Ry. will operate the last excursion of the season to Lurny Caverns,'eaviog Roanoke at 8 a. in. Rate for the round trip, lucludlui( Niliulwiim, 42.51), This will be a first-c ass excursion conducted under the auspices of the Retail Clerks At- < soci.t'lon of Roanoke, whose committee *ill be on hand to look after the [ cniiifo t an 1 welfare of their patrons, j .('diI o i airents of the Norfolk & Wester. i R Wiray for tickets and iuforma- , tion, or wnte. . J. A. Pack, Eicurfriou A^ent, W. B. Be> 111, O. P. A. RoidoV>, Va. ?*sf IN SUMMER I A' well as atallothor seasons gg of tbo year. iiih'iI eanful atten- m turn. If your eyes tiro or pain J3R you iu Hiiy way, at any ilnio, or flB if your vision bcconn-H dim or blurrcl. tlioro is a defoot of the H imi'd which only makes t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1904

r llltK : C A Column Devoted In Tired ' Mother as Tliey Join The Hume Circle. U t Til It CIS IH.AKI.Sl WORDS, ? There are three words* thai sweetly hletid. ? That ou the heart are graven; U A precious s >othing balm they lend? They're mother, home and hesveii! T irv tame a wrea'h of <> a items lloncr Wbluli placed on mem >ry' ?.rn. 1 Will e'en the loDg-st glooiniist, hours t To golden sunlight turn! I They form a chain whtss every link t I* free from bus) alloy; ^ A str??ii where wtnsreverdrinks Will lind refr?s!mig joy! * They build an u'lar where each day Love'i otlerin^ renewed; fi And |>face illunn- with^-jnial ray j Life's darkened syilude. j <1 I iff inn our side the first h?-lUd, And home he hul a name. Lei's ?' rive the narrow path to (rod. ' That we the lad way ^tin! Homo ought to bo tho place on earth In which to bo frank unil hono8t. If wo nro not can- > ?ii<l with ourselves and with o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1904

: k A i J ink > ? ?%%%%%%%% iF- W- Bl HARD A large assort1i and Tinware just of Household con expressly for the s assortment of i ....house 1 | hare ^ is not excelled a # Oils, "Varnishes, j thing belonging to J Remember Broi ^ Brown's for qua ^ price. Always b {F. f, Bpowi J sale: we dots Anything about profit or even cost. Summer Stocks. The cost or former V ra?>ir #*nw m am ^ i a g\f oumawiam niinlUi* gin mriiv 10 ui oup;iiui ?ju?iitj are some of onr moving prices: Two-Piece Suits that wc Two-Piece Suits that \v< Two-Piece Suits that w< Two-Piece Suits that w< Two-Piece Suits that we Two* Piece Suits that wc Two-Piece Suits tbnt we Two-Piece Suits that we All Straw Ilats at Airheart-Kirk C. 102 Faletn Avenue. ONK 1'KICB CbOTtf IBItS, FDHNISUBlt GETTING RAr Tills nice warm weather etnph SUIT, and particularly imprcHi ?* lectin^ the teascus outllt from Hue of the b-et makes an J style popular prices. HIOT7s7" -^-"bO-TJLt ? If y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1904

r PUBLISHED EVEUY TI1UM3 Salem Printing and C. 1). X?KM W. \V. McCLtfNU. J Subscripti *)ne Year . .... Nino Months ...... Six Mouths ...... Three Mouths PHONES, NUN THURSDAY, SEP' ROOSEVELT'S LETTER OF AF-J CEPTANCE. Words! words! words! Mr. Roosevelt's letter of acceptance has appeared at last: almost lato enough, as some one has suggested, to bo a mesuigo to the Congress which convenes at the end of fall. It covors almost four pages of tho Virginia Daily Press; to bo more exact, it fills just fifteen columns of that paper, and constitutes a loug and labored defense of tl*e President's conduct in oflico uuring the three years of his administration. liarely have wo seen a document that contained moro down-right- brag, vaunting and vain-glorious boasting than does this letter of Mr. Roosevelt's. From its tone ono would think that Mr. Roosevelt is tho ouly American now living who is| capable of telling tho truth, and j who lias tho slightest qualifies-) tion for the oflico of Presiden...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1904

. I I,*? 1,500 CHIMESE WOMEN. Slaves In the United States?W. C. T. U. Investigates.* WyhingtOD, Sept. lltb.?Th? Woman Christian Temperance Uniou of California appealed to the State Department yesterday to take some action in referenco to the 1500 ChineEo wo nen, who, it is alleged, are ^livuig as ilavej in San Francisco. The matter was turned over to the bureau of immigration, whose officials declared that the statements were not exaggerated. Officials of the bureau have brought to light Bome startling conditions recentlv in their effort# to detest frauds iu Chinem immigration. It is said that some of the roost influent!-1 Chinese merchants of the coast have formed a ring for the purpose of bringing Chinese men and women into this country in defiance of the immigration laws. Each pert son is charged a large sum. The immigrants hayo no money with which to pay, so the amount is forwarded by the merchant! upon the promise that the immigrant will pay it back: from wages.- Under this con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 September 1904

r % + ?R. MAETYIfS TiLK. lie Tells His Children About the Wonders ol" Nature. 1 assume, Mrs. Martyr, that you want your children to grow up in blank ignorance. If you do not, I can see no reason why you should not answer their simple questions. You put them aside on the plea that you are busy. That is a iine excuse, isn't it? Don't you know that all great men owe their greatness to the early training received at home, and that the mother's influence is all powerful. Do vou sunnose Nanoleon's mother would have said she was bu?y if he had asked her a queHtion or two? Do you sup pose Martha Washington wouhl have been too busy to give information to her son, (leorge, \\ hen ho asked it? Oh, well, Biipposo she was his wife. The cxamplo is the same Now, your three children, eager to develop their growing tnituls, anxious to drink in the wonders that surround them, ask you where butterflies cotno from. Aud you tell them you are busy. Busy! Hah! Come here, children, and gather around papa's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1904

-BUS*- ^ ?onsolibnicb - ^ ^owcmbw (6, 1003 * . Vol. 39. SATiEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY^ SEPTEMBER 2271904. No. 17 ' THE GHT BIPOslTW: C Two Young Saleniltea Spend a Fight-l>ays Tliere and Find t a Way to Make It a Cheap, c r lMennant Experience. \ i Kditor Tivki-Kku:btir a wd schti kkl: This article is written with the sin- r cere hope that young men and e others desiring to take in St. Louis t and the' Exposition, may gather some g information from the experience I of two boys?Mr. Earle Pierpont j and the writer?that irtay be of sonic I value in planning a trip. c Having previously engaged a room d in a private family that was reconi- f mended to us by some friends, and '] on an Avenue a few blocks from g ni:.. c * l .? j.* Vll?c Olirci, UtllB Ul VTIIIUII liMl 111 g rect to the main eutrance of the fair grouutil?we left Salem on No. 3 at ( 4:35 I*. M. Tuesday, the Oth of Sep- j tember, ? A ten-day ticket, good for coach [ accommodations costs $15.00, and ns c the Utilrotd Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1904

' ROOSEVELT AND QUAKBH. The Former Says They Are More Hurtful to a Community Thau a Class Of Fire-Haters. Perhaps tho most vitally interested people iu tho outcome or the Prosidental campaign are the Dunkards, Mennoniios and Quakers, of which denomination there is a membership of about 00,000 in ludie. These people profess th { princi *1? i: i:-.. |F?V, (lliu ill VIIUII u ?i"J IIVI'R II vu out ihe example of the Christ, whoso coming was heralded by a message of peace on earth ami good will to men. They do not believe in war, and would undergo almost anything rather than take part in it. All rightminded men, whether they agree with them 011 this subject or not, agree that their religion is a beautiful living out of Christian principles, and admire thorn It ho rnoro for it. llut among public men it has remained for Theodore" Itoo^ef. * Vclt to malign and slander them. He has no patience with their peace-loving principles. In a style characteristic of his warlike spirit, I10 holds them...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1904

1 i > . . . ! ? TIMES-REGISTER AND SENTINEL. ? -mi 1 THURSDAY. BRPTRMBRR 32. 1904. | IIOKSK FOR SALE. | 1 have fur sale two splen* did young horset? one aft elegant young draught mare, the other an exoelh ut y oung driving horse. Four ftiid five year* old; So nice condition. ' For |? ice aiuWother particulars apply to N. J. Lkmon, ! 9-23-2w * Uienvar, Va. NOTICE. As ?idin nitd rator of Joliu NelT.dec'd 1 hereby iiuifr nil pm gnu holding c'aliu* against hi? esttte to | reteut I theiu at o ce, for tettleuieut. U 22 ('4 2t C. W. Downiis, Adm'r. flS-s'l ilN RUMMER | Ah well ?b at all other Biaaotia Eg of tho year, need cartful alien- 2K linn. If your eyea tiro or pain ymi in aiiv way. at any time, or AS if your vinion becomea dim or Wihml. tliwe i? a defect of the oyoe which only makoa thom jHf maker each day you neglect thorn, thon it la eery important Vm to act in time, havo im carefully H examine them anil if needi il *n fit can adjust tic ueceamry Klaaaca < jS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1904

W 1 / s TBE HOME CIRCLE. Zt O! A Column I>evoteel to Tired 1,1 Mothers as Tliey Join The ? flome Cirelo. 1 ni d< THE WOKDS THAT ( HEEK. j Are you ever il s:oum?>s?', t? fellow uiau Do you ever feel i?uoy end |?oor and miiji'I st I?-> you ever while d )ii k 'he b?.-r we can. |] ? et to waaderiru what is tlie v>? of it all ? , , ....... . . . . h uo s i i i; piet.h.uii in s ten i\'\ nour ^ To bo uu'l by ou? who b? chctifu! wajtl Wh ) ajpri v?s 50m work u n'uiirtsyour U I?ower. Oh is i't it braiir.g to hear ! s pta s ? JJors doubt ever Icdgi in your heart, 0 n fiieud (> Doubt ofyc-ur worth and drubt of your w it ? I>o?s it ever appear that you've come to the P end? 8' Do you feel eouie iuus a loDglr g to q' it tl To give up the hope, to accept defeat, To sink into n *- and to pf ss out of s ght ? lu such a dmk hour, oh isn't it swe?f g To be praiak1 for your worth, your w?,ik or might? Pert tits you me's meone...

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