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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1904

r^-'ZA? i i??. y m1 ? Id HigH Co ^ For I5 years I have been W paint to be had?have fough W and Salem to the finish on tl ^ and held it until now they a ^ Paint: J Who Brought ^ I don't know what my < W Pure Paint," but I know tha # MASTIC PAINT is made ^ with necessary tint and drye ^ else. ^ Painla are not the only gc ^ gr..de. We have Varnish, Oi ^ Cook and HeatiDg Stoves of ^ we ask for them. Always b 11, I. Brown $ SALEM J* sr wv We Are Ready With Fall d< There is character in evej wear. Character that at once style, the thorough workmanshi perfect fit and the tailor like ha' is a large variety of suits to sele are made especially for us. C suits here. What you want is w occupy the (irst place in your tin ingyonr Fall and Winter Clotliin Alrhsart-Kirk Cic 102 ^alem Avenue. ONK IMilCK CbOTIIIKtlS, FCUXI8UBK3 n GETTING RAT ? ? This nice wnrm weather eiupbft* SUIT, and particularly impresses H-lectlnjr the eRHoutj out lit froiu a line of the best makes an.) st...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1904

.?alrm I>l/UL1SHK1) EVE11Y THUUtfb Salem Printing and ] C. 1). I?KNIT, \V . W. McCLUNU. Ill) Subseriptio One Year ...... Nine Month* 8i i Mouths ...... Three Mont he 'PHONES, NUM1 TH1 TRCin A Y ONE FAIR SAMPLE. j If the Democratic campaign h ind-book does not do auy thing a else, it will givo a clear and r] iutelligent statement of how the taxes, -which are taken from the people indirectly, but none tho less efficiently, by the turiPT, are divided botweon tho tarilTfid industries and tho government,says tho Richmond TimesDispatch. One example of striking interest is giveu iu the analysis of tho tax on shoes alone. Tho Dingley bill of 181)7 added.a tax of over $2,000,000 annually on tho American people by putting a 15 per cent, tariff on hides. This has added not le ?s than from 5 to 8 per cent, to the cost of each pair of shoo-. Tho Democratic text-book analyzes this statement and shows that tho annual shoe bill ?>f tho American people is some $571,000,000. Fiv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1904

HAI68 UNIQUE APPEAL. I>ocm Tills Colored I'arson Who 1m Iu JrU ou Ttic Charge of Obtaining Uooili Under < FnlKo PreteseH. 1 lialeigh, N. C., Sept. 18.? < ' Please let me out of jail in , time to administer the ordiance < o' Baptism," was the reraarka- < ble prayer mude to the Justice i of (he Peace HefTlin in this city last night. The prisonor is Rev. i Thomas Thompson, pastor of 3 the Hardshell Baptist church, t colored, at Stony Hill, near lia- f leigh. He was being commit- a ted to jail on the charge of Be- d caring goods under false pre- t tense and contempt of court in not appearing for a trial at a time that he had been recog- b nized to appear. The trial will n bo held Saturday morning, a The prosecuting witness against b Thompson will bo a brother no- 8 gro preacher. s I> AN OF. It IN EARLY ItlSINCl. D New York Mrtllcal Specialist f Says It Causes Madness. 11 All the spiritual descendants of Sancho Panzt, that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 September 1904

F DUFIT FOB THE PLACE Is Tlio Aluu Who Now nils The Presidential Clialr? ( Says Half Ills I'omilijnieu Are Liars The more ono studied Koofce- \ volt's lottor of acceptance the * more ho is impressed with lie * ( fact that Kooeevelt is persona!1 ? ( ly uulit to bo the President c?f this nation. It is literally tiuo that this man, holding the most exalted oil ice in the land and a candidate for election to it again this rail, wrote cm a noor a ouny and a rowdy. And it has been t-o ? ceivod by the press of the country. Indeed, it is doubtful that any public paper in a generation has been so roughly handed us this Presidential excursion into skulduggery. The Democratic press and tho whole independent press have treated it with undisguised contempt. Their attitude lias been uniformly that which a gentleman assumes toward a bellowing bluifer who gets too much liquor abroad, occupies a street corner and announces a keen desire to lick all creation. Tho letter, in bhort, deliberately prepar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1904

Qtirne*< ? -HIRS>? (S-onsolibciteb V ^touember 10, 1903 * Vol. 39 SAI.EM, VIRGINIA, THUitSDA v ."SEPTEMBER 29, 1904, NoTl8 ' ? ' ' i _ IN PORTO RICO. Kilt est of Uncle Sinn's Possessions?We Spend a I>ay in the llcrniuilas?The Vojttjro ? Delightful One. 1 have not forgotten that there ^ nr.* other letters to come from uhroad land. A few months illness and indisposition interrupted the series, and then this unexpected trip came up. So now, while it is very fresh in iny mind,I will tell you about it, and ' afterwards send the others. We were having such a restful, peaceful visit at "Oaklann," the lovely home of my husband's parents in Albion, Mich, when a business letters culled him to New York. Then he found he ought to go to Porto Iiico. T|W)u the question how Frank and I would like to go, we tele graphed t hut we would he delighted So, in n few days, wc were on our way to New York, then to Philadelphia. There wo rcmainded several duya? It was my firs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1904

THE TAS-OOLOKBD VOTlJ I'n^siilout Roosevelt's For Hitn Aruustvs 'III? Ire of u St. Louis Publication. Tho National Kip-Saw, published at St. Louis, Mo., pays its respects to President Roeso? volt, for certain of bis acts, iu tho following vigorous manner: Our "Teddy" has again bhowu his foudueus for tho "Tan Colored" voter l?y appointing a "ncgress" as post... :..t nl i.' mioii con c%u liiiwu, iu i^n, Now, if Mr. Roosevelt is ho "mashed" on the "Coon Brigade," why is it that he does not uppoint some "Buck Nigger" postmaster in some one of our large Northern cities. He need not take one of our largest cities, but he could drop down to a town of 15,000 or 20,000 inhabitable, and appoint oue of his dearly beloved dusky constituents. Ah, Mr. Koosevelt knows full well that the inhabitants of any town of this size would not humbly submit to such an insult, but he realizes that he cau "play politics" by appointing some "nigger" postmaster in some little country town in the South where ho c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1904

rr~ I TSIf; (J . ^ THE8-HE818TEB AMP SENTINEL J;jHf THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 99, 1904 HOUSES VOlt SALE. 1 have for sale two epleudid young horses?one an elegant young draught mare, the other an excellent >oung driving horse. Four atfd Ave years-old; in nice condition. For price and other particulars apply to N. J. Lkmon, 9-22-2w Olenvar, Va. NOTICE. Ah iidiii'iiist ratnr of .Inlin N? IT I I hereby notify till persons holding claims HtfaiuHt his estate to present them at once, for > ettleuiont. 0 -22 01 at C. W. Bowlbk, Adm'r. f ?S1 1 IN sUMMER.I fitt A? w H i?h at all other seasons 2@ V of the wtr, nw4 omfnt at(en~ ^ AS linn. If your eyes tiro or pain W y?>n in aiiv way. at any time, or ^X e? if your vision becomes dim or JB M hhin til there is a defect of the wl 9m oyoH which only makes thorn ww jOt reenter finch <iiiy you uogloct 9b fln thorn, then it ts rrry tm/xninnl WW SSL to act ro time, liavo tin carefully fg examine thorn and if u'-ojli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1904

THE HOME CIRCLE ' A Column Hcvotnl t o Tired Mothers asThey .loin The llome Circle. THE V A Li VIS OF A SMI IAS. rhe ttiir that gus the farthist toward tnakiri: Ufa worth while, Tb;it ct s'? the lee -triad do* - the tin > Jul n plea ant smile. 'l'he *oiile that bubbh s from the heart that lovt -s il* fallow men Will drive a?ny the cl.ii? s . f j*'?h in Mid < < ax the sun rptiii, Its full of worth ami i: > loo, with manly kmdin ss bleLt ? It's worth a uiillioti dollars and it dooa't cc*t a cent. ?. Late hours are shadows from the grave. * * * Tho present tiino is the raw material out of which wo make whatever wo will. Ho not brood over tho past, or dream of tho failure, but soi/.o tho instant and got your lesson from the hour. Tho man is yet unborn who rightly measures und fully real-' izes the value of an hour. As Fenelon says, Clod never gives but one moment at a (irao, and does not give a second until ho withdraws tho lirst. * * "Is j*ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1904

WHAT BECI IC a man cats two pounds fluily, near two ] his body, or disease and a premature dcat food that is eaten must contain the elen system and free from all substances that b nn pi iriii WHEAT FLA FO if eaten daily there will Ixj a daily action retained. It's Nature's food I Palatable-Nutritious-Easy My flgruilurr on ^ frtryimckttgr. ^ ' (> Dr. Price, the creator of Dr. Price's Cream Ba V A cook book containing 76 excellent receipts Prepare by PRICE CEREAL FO for S..!o By P. W. Wiiitei l H Higl Co For I5 years I have beer ^ p.iint to be hsid?Imve foug ^ and Faleni to tlie finish on l and held it until now thev 1 -* / ^ Paint. ? Who Brought J I don't know what my Pure Paint,"' but I know til J MASTIC PAINT is made wi h necessary tint and dry , ^ else. & Paints are not tin otdy j] ^ gr .de. We have Varaish, I ^ I'ook and Heating Stoves o ^ we ask for them. Always | F. If. llrown $ . SALEI We Are Ready Witl Fall Cl< There is character in eve wear....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1904

I $?tem Iiuies<|lei PUULISUED EVERY THUR Salem Printing and C. 1>. 1>KN W. W. McCLUNU. Subscript One Year Nino Month* Sis Mnutli* Three Mouth* 'l'lfORES, NPI THURSDAY, SEP PARKER'S LETTER. If there ever has been any doubt as to where Judge Parker stands in regard to any of the issues of this campaign, that doubt has been removed by his letter of acceptance which was given to the public on last Monday. The letter is a clears clean and fearless, statement of tho issues before tho people. It is an earnest, strong, and manly appeal to the people to save the Constitution from the perils of a personal government. It is a patriot's appeal in behalf of his nation's honor, integrity, and greatness. There! fe no1 superfluous verbiage; nojib of that flamboyant coloration to coyer up a mis" statement of. facts which so greatly characterised Mr. noose? I volt's letter of acceptance. It is a simple, unpretentious statement of tho author's views j s to tho leading ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1904

r . UNIQUE WILL Is That of Major-Gciierul Charles Lee?Was Made In 1782. Mr. M. D. Albin has in his possession the copy of an old will made in 1782 by MajorGeneral Charles Lee, of the lt 'volutioaary army, which in Bomo respects is uniquo. Gen or?i| I,,>h Iiv< <! in lierkeloy county, thon Virginia, lie was quite wealthy and his descendants are among the leading people of that section. The will i* quite lengthy and the testr.tor proceeds in tho dignified diction of that day to dispose of his property, remembering his friends, ?11 in some befitting manner, and then proceeds as follows: "1 desire most earnestly that 1 may not bo buried in any church or graveyard or within a mile of any Presbyterian or 1 Anabaptist meeting house, for since I have resided in this county, 1 hnvo kept so bad company living that 1 do not choose to continue it when dead. L commend my soul to the i Creator of all worlds and all craatures; who must from his visible attributes be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 September 1904

/ FROM PARKERS LETTER., borne Striking I*urugra|?li8 Gloanvd Here Ami There From Ills Letter of Acceptance. ( Already the national government has become centralized ? beyond any point contemplated ' or imagined by the framors of < the constitution. How tremon- I Uuously all this has added to i the power of the president! It has developed from year to year i until it almost, equals that of i many monarchs. Tho issuo of the imperialism which has been thrust upon the country involves the decision whether the law of the land or the rule of individual caprice shall govern. The principle of imperialism may give rise to brilliant, startling, dashing results, hut the priuciplo of democracy holds in check tho brilliant executive and subjects him to the sober, conservative control of the people. Even now the argument most frequently urgeil in behalf of tho Dingley tariff and against tarifT reform generally, is tho necessity of caring for our infant industries. Many uf these industr...

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

* ? * S"alem ?imes?Henisiejr (SLonsolibctleb Sentinel 'TSTooembee 16, 1903 # ;W ' < Vol.39. SAJLBM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6,1904. No. 19 IN PORTO RIGO. : . i L:ite?t or Unclo Sum's Posses- ' hIoiih?Wt* Spend a Day in 1 the Bermudas?The ' Voyage a I>eliglitI'ul One. ' 1'AUT II. For TlIK TlMKM-)<E?ilSTKIt ANI) SKNTINKI.. The harbor was busy and thrifty looking with all manner of sea craft, i The trade winds blow steadily here, i not ouly making the climate delightful the whole year,but furnishing motive power for the ferries, quuint old boats with big sails, plying from San Juan to the little towns across the harbor. There is one steam ferry, and it looks like a toy beat in comparison with ours. Ships come here from all parts of the world, and some of our big naval ships are most always here. The U. S. Cruiser "Denver*' was an- 1 c ho red when we first came in. Our host's family live on their yacht when they winter here, and the season is very ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1904

BEPDBUCAHS GIVE OP All Hope ol* (jetting The I'lector al Votes ol' West Virginia?Con well Will He Kleeted. It is said that Republicans have about concluded that it is useless to hope to carry West Virginia for lloosevelt and Fairbanks. They believe tho legislature will bo safely Republican, but many of the national leaders who arc in close touch with the situation in th;.t Statu admit privately that Parker and Davis will capture the electoral vote. It is only within tho past ten days or less that tho Republicans have awakened to the danger in West Virginia. Theretofore they have claimed the Stato by 25,000 to 30,000 majority. But since they have got closer to tho situation they have learned much. Thero is not tho slightest doubt that tho best informed leaders, including Senator Scott himself, would bo surprised if tho Stato went Republican at all. Will Hlcct Corn well. Thero is little ground for the hope that the Legislature will be Democratic, but there is good reason to believe th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1904

It I*. .. fci.??I ..... ?. 1 * e. THEiKEClSfEB AHO SENTINEL j THURSDAY. OCTOBER 0, 1904. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYKKS. The tax tickets for the year 1904, due the town of Salem, are uow in my hands for e llecti >n. 5 per cent, penalty will he mhled for nou payment Deoember 1st. Interest at 0 per eent. per annnm will be Imposed from Deoember 13tb, on all uni aid taxes. (See act pa red by L^irlslature of 1904 aud approve.) by tbeUoveruor, March 12th, 1004). PletiH c<11 and srttle h-iiiim and you will .?ve ueu*lty aud int. rest. Respi crfully, E. R. Moohk, ?-?9 04 S. T. 8. <$P>SofAll ec' ool chpdr. n elould be carefully wa'ulird, hml if the le*et defect api penre It ?honld h .ve careful attention bef -re It N t?>o I >te. You can greatly a >ie your child in ?choo! by bavii.g their Eyes headaches relieved with ? ur )' tufort giviug glaesx*. Don't r*el -y but see I>r. Moore on or efrer Or. her 5th, as be will b...

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

p-;: 1 TUB HOME A Column L>e voted to Tired Mother!* as Tliey Join The Home Circle. MY Kll>. There ain't no point.* about my kid To niatk him (or a prise; There ain't no dreamy >'iu<low * tiid . In tbe 111 two *biuiti' ey?s H * hair bjua. a carrot ted. . 11 s nt rsi a dab o' ciouxh; Hi> ears stick stra'^ht o r liuni hi.- load, H s ain't no kid to show. * 1 can't say that his leniifr > -*? < ?. Although be dou't complain When he g-ds what he wanl.i to eat Au' aiu't curled up with pain lied i?an't stlwaj s wiar a smile. t n' even when he's well, He starts in. every little while. To show how he can jell. That kid that won the baby | rire They give at the world's fair Miwt he a beauty, face all ey? s. l?* bead alt wavy hair. Kids like that are certain to Ttirnw mine in the shade, 11 it, "?>' you're awful wrong if you It'i k in I would trad.I ?James Montague. Then And Now. It is supposed by many who d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1904

I |. .. J;-?. .1 t ,\ ' : ? A FACTORY Th? body Is a factory of poisons. If ttics* pol the body, as tho result of overfeeding or Indices normal tluie, arc not dally removed by the natur its myriad distressing symptoms. Is sure to folio DR. PI WHEAT FLA FOl is prepared so as to render !t not only nourlshln bowels, preventing all forms of stoi Palatabla?Nutritious?Easy o JTy riffnaturf on (&\ (/2 rr try txttkagt. <7 Dr. Price, tho creator of Dr. Price's Cream Ualti A oooX book containing 76 oxoellont reoeipts fi Prepared by PRICE CEREAL FOC For S.Je By P. W. Whites. \ R HiSH Co J For I5 years I have been p.iint to be had?have fougl and Salem to the finibh on tl and held it until now tl ey a ^ Paint. 4m A T v\ ^ w ho Hroughl & l don't Know what my ' ^ Pure Paint," but I know th? JM A ST 10 PAINT is made wi h necessary lint and dryc y* else. & Paints arc not the only g ^ gr dc. We have Varnish, (' & I'iiok and Heating Stoves ot ^...

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

^ !.' JJLr?> ? ^alcm &iiue$-$cgi PUUU8HKD JtVBRY TUUMSD. Salem Printing and ] C. D. DBNIT, W. W. McCLUNU. III! Subseriptio One Year JS'iue Mouths tSix Mouths Thre? Mouths 'I'HONKS, NUM1 THURSDAY, OCT fORRl'PT POLITICAL METHODS. The Republican party Btole t *o presidency in 187(1, when it > robbed Tildon and the people n to put Hayes into oftlco. If re- c ports bo true, it is preparing to ti h eal the presidency again in r l!?ft4. For more than a month, ? it is claimed, the National Ho- I publican committee, which has c a $10,000,000 corruption fund be- t hind it, has been colonizing c n 'groes in West Virginia with a view of stealing that state t this fall for tho Republican t ticket. ( Tho j election laws of West ' Virginia are very loose, ard 1 where, there aro corrupt ollicers f in charge on election day, it will i bo an easy matter for each col- I onized negro to voto in a couple ? of places during tho day, and ? in each place a couple of limes,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 6 October 1904

I II II >' I i I V Mil -?* I VIRGINIA EXHIBIT At Fair a Success?Coninils Hioner.Koiuer Says It Has Paid State to Show Her Products at St. Louis. G. W. Koiner, president of the Virginia commission to the St. Louis Exposition, returned l ist night from St. Louis, where h? has been with his associates, Colonel A. M. Bowman and J L. Paiton, since Sept. 10 looking utter the Virginia exhibit and prepaiing for Virginia Duy. Concerning the exhibit which mis state nas niaae, oir. runner says: "The Virginia exhibit hae attracted a great deal of attention, particularly the agricultural, horticultural and mineral sections. No better advertisement of the resources of the Sttte has ever been seen and tio better opportunity for showing them than has been placed at our dispos >1. "Interest in our exhibit was so great that tho board required the attendants to take their lunches with them and rema n at the exhibit in order to explain all features of the State products. No day wa...

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

li VT /WASHINGTON LETTER. 1 1 Dentil ?l' Senator lloar--Third j Secretary oi' liritisli Km- I bassy Arrested?Will An- I swor Charges of Molud in in 1st ration In China. From Our Regular Oorr? *poiuleat. Washington 1). C. Oct. :>,? . Tho talk of tho capital to-day contors on tho death of Senator Hoir. Ilo was | lotahly tho host known America i states- S man. "Tho bugboai of iueon- c sistency" did not scare him,for, ? uibuougn ne was so earnest in his convictions and so aggresive in proclaiming them, as to be ^ called obstinate by many of his , fellow Senators. It was sometimes difficult to reconcile his principles with each other. lie condemned the Philippine policy of McKinley in language so vigorous ami so bitter as to . alarm all Republicans and cause him repeatedly to bo read out of ( the party, while at the same time he spoke of that president as being " the best beloved man , in America and voted for his reelection. Put ho drow a lino at this sort of championship, an...

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