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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1904

mmr ' VWk . * *W . . I fS ^ \; ctu * -Hia?- ^ ?onsolibateb 'TSToocmbc* itf, J903 $ Vol.39. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1904. No. 20 . i . ???? ? , 1-?? . ?? IN PORTO RIGO. Latest of Uncle Sum's PosseshIoiik?Everything Wonderfully Changed Since 1 81>H?Technical nnd Miiitiul Training Schools ll.ully Needed. II* llLASCUK GOODMAH gtlLIHAX. PART III. For Tsik Timkh Ukoihtkii and Skntinki.. Everything has wonderfully changed in Porto Rico since the American ilag was raised on the Palace on the 18th of October, 1898. Most of the streets in Sun Juan have been puved. They arc quite narrow and many have no sidewalks. Clci'iliness is gradually being enforced, and better sanitation. Much of the ...? r......i i ij wiiii i-11v uroi ora nuiiuigc is owned l?v people in Spain, and rented at high ittt.es to the natives. Iu a suite of two rooms often live from six to fourteen "people?eat, sleep and live. These houses have very thick walls and few windows, for glass is rure and ex...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1904

i ... Washington letter. President ot? Itiu-nos Ajtch In Wnftlilni-tou-VlsHcd The world's ran* ami Slates That Japan Is The Only Nation Tliat Has a <i outline Exhibit. Kr >ut Our Kt^tilnr Cornspomlent. Washington, 1). C., Oct. 11.? Oar distinguished visitor from Buenos Ay res, Dr. Oaths Pellegrini, former profident of Argentina, has just had luncheon with the President. 1 called on him yesterday at tho Now Willard and had a pleasant interview. Dr. Pellegrini is a tall, distinguished-looking matt, and speaks English perfectly. "That's a great world's fair at St. Louis," he said, "but Japan is really tho only nation on earth that does its host, there. Most of tho other countries have what may bo callc<] complimentary exhibits. The fact is, tho human race is somewhat fatigued with too much world's fair." I asked'him If ho saw many changes since ho was here twenty years ago. "(>, groat,magnificent,"he auswred, "immense everywhere. Put f&am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1904

?: ? ..a , -^_i? . TIIES-PEGISTER AND SENTINEL JPHURSDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1804. 1 NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. The tax tioketa for the year 1004, (loe the town of Haleiu, are now la my bauds for o lleo'i >u. 8 per cent, penalty will be added for uon payment December 1-t. Interest at 0 percent. p*r annum will be imposed from Deoeuilier 13th, ou all un, all taxes. (See act pa red by Leaielature of UMM and approved by ?be Governor, March 18th, 1904). I'leaan c II and settle same and you will save pen <lty aud Interest. Peep* ctfully, E. R. Mookk, l>-?9-0t 8L T. 8. ^8 of All Ro'iobl cbl dr n ahoulJ be carefully wa'ched. anil if tlie Iflnat defect an I fnri it flionWi li ve careful a'tent lou bef re it ! ? too l.>te. You can greatly a?? itf your child iu rchoo' by having thrtr liyes headaches relieved with our c< uiforf giving glasses. Don't delHjr but see l>r. Moore on or after Otober Sttuns he will be Id his cfllce regularly then. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1904

THE H01E ClUE. ! A Column l>?votcd to Tiud Mothers as Thoy Join The 11 oino Circle OLD FASHIONKD WOMAN. No clever, brilliant thicker he, With college record and degree She ha* no kuowu tiie paths of fame, The world has never spoke her name HUe w.tlks in ol<l, louij tro-ldeu ways, The valleys of the yester I- j*. Home in her killed mi, !ov is Iim dower; Rlia aooLu t ft r.t \\* ? I To make home twe?t, biiug heaven tieir. , To win a mi I If anil wipe u tear, A oil do her duty day by day. In lier own quiet place auil way. Around her child tell hearts are twiued Ah roiu il sonic leveretul saint en shrined. And following; her'e the childish feet Are leHil to ideals truo auil sweet. And lluil all purify and good her divineet iuotherhoo.1. This sad old earth's a brighter plac yx 11 for the suudiiuo of her face. Her very nnile a blessing throws, A id hearts are happier where she gO. H A gentle, clear-eyed messenger To whisper love; thank (JoJ for her. ilorno should neve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1904

?W T ? . ' i . * INCLINEDtobe( An inclination to bo constipated is a cc Thero is no question but that this is dne ii indigestion comes from indiscretion of diet DR. PI WHEAT FLA cn V and there would be n constipation?no s made from th ? whole whoat-borry?bal matter removed. Palatable?Hutrltlous?Easy itv tionnturt on Q , ttery package. , ? Dr. Prloo, the creator of Dr. Price's Cream 11a k ooofc book containing 76 oxoollont roootpti rnpmi by PRICE CEREAL FG For Sale By F. W. Wiiite: ^ ^VWVW% IR Rislll Co J For 15 years I have beer p.tint to he had?have foug J and Falem to the finibh on 1 and held it until now tl ey <? Paint. ^ Who Brought ^ I don't 1- now what my ^ Pure Paint," hot I know tli # MASTH PA IN Pis made ^ wi h necessary tint and dry else. ^ Paints are not th-3 only; gr de. We have Varnish, ( I'ook and Heating Stoves c ^ ve ask f >r them. Always j F, f. Brown ^ SALE U We Are Ready Wit pall Oli There is character in ev< we. r. Character th it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1904

t * - v?" - ?. . _ . . . fees-ljUj P17UL18HSO BVBHY T1IUKS Salem Printing and C. P. PENT W. W. McOLUNO. I Subseripti One Year Nine Month* bit Month* Three Mentha ...... M'llONUS, NUM THURSDAY, OC1 SMALL POLITICS. Tho Virginia Daily Press says that "the people of tho Ninth District should resent with indignation?and their votes?the continued interference of Taylor Ellyson." And pray, will our distinguished contemporary P'.l us why tho people of the Ninth should any moro roseut ' the continued interforeneo of Taylor Ellyson," than " thojcontinued interference" of the Chiirtnan of the Republican Sta'.e Committee, Mr. Park Agnety ? Is Mr. Ellyson a thing to be despised ? Has he fallen so low in the scale of respectability as to doscrvo tho contempt of his fellow citizens? What has ho done that the people of tho Ninth should measure out to him their indignant resentment? Mr. Ellyson is chairman of his party in the State, selected as such, in part, by his fellow democrats of tho Ninth Dis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1904

An i V: ' -1^*1 TO BAFFLE HIMSELF. Arizona Man Thinks Tills Would Attract Women to IIim nud Offers to Halite Himself at a $I.OO a Chance. Washington, Oct. 11.?A man living in Arizona, whose name is not disclosed hy the Postoflice Department, has written to the autnorities asking whether a propofi ion to rertlo himself ofT at $1 a chance would be in con-| fliet with the onli-lotterry laws. Kuowinjc how the element of chance appeals to some women, he writes to the Assistant Postmaster-General as follows: "Dear Sir?I wish to ask a question in Regards to the Posts! Laws, would it be against the Postal law forme to advertise and Raffle My Self of. Thero are so Many Mm in the Western stat< s and so few Wiinen I have decided to Raffle My Self of Say' at 2500 Chances at$lPur Chance! and Each Lady Buying aChance will get a number, and the onej drawing the Lucky Number will J get Me and the inouey is to start us up in Life. I wish tocadver-' ti?e in the Eastern Papers and would Rec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 October 1904

"MANNERISMS/' : 8 Beatrice Fairfax Has a Few tl Words to Say to The tiirls K on The Subject?Ques- t< tions Answered. There are no habits more eas- ' ily acquired than little peculiarities of manner, and uono that a ure more irritating to one's u friends and acquaintances. v A girl who would otherwise i1 be very charming can spoil her 1 uolf by a habit of drawing in k her lips or screwing up her eyes. > One woman whom I knew ) tioarly drives her family dis- d traeted by her habit of hesitat- I ing for choice of a word when describing anything. c Another friend, a man, uses r ?>uu so oiion in tolling a 1 story that you find yourself I watching for it so intently that t you frequently loso tho point of tho story. Many peoplo, quite uucon- ' Hciously,form the habit of grimacing when telling a story.*; It 1 omoB^from'thoir earnestness.in ' heir subject, bu- it is very re- { ^rettable. ' Exaggeration of expression is 4 / a habit that is easily formed ? and...

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

__ ; 5 ' b . I ? " * * " ???" ^ * v ' . * ^xxltxxx ?0??onb?i?b jCi a,?"mb" '6-1903* Vol. 39. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THUitSDA : . NOVEMBER 3, 1904. No. 23 timbls abroad. Our Tour ol" Venice n Vision ol Oriental Splendor and Magnificence?The History of 81. Mark's Would He Almost a History of Venice. llV IlLANCIlK WOODMAK Si I.hi van. For Thk Tiaks-Hkohtku and Skntinrl. lu front of the Campanile ia the matchless church of St. Marks. Near the entrance arc the three exquisitely wrought brouze Hag-stalT pedestals, 011 which the Hag of Italy waves on stato days. Venice has been a portion of Italy only since 18GG. Just to the right us you stand facing the church and adjoining it, is the Palace of the Doges. The Piazetta in front of this is the sunniest and favorite lounge in Venice. .Right here is the column of St. Marks with the winged Lion, the sa'nt's symbol. The column was brought from Constantinople. Napoleon took the lion to Paris, and it was shuttered to pieces there. It wai afterwards put...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 November 1904

COLLECTOR OF KISSER. Chicago Man lias Made it II in Life's Hobby?Love KIsh of Man anil Maid. Parental Kiss, and Filial Kiss. Kissing IN>i>e'sTo?\ Origin was bust in Autiquity. lu Chicago there is a inau who, duri ig twenty-live years, lias made both a pastime aud a serious pursuit uf collecting kisjos. lu addition to his personal adventures into osculatory hunts, ho has filled his library with the literature of kissing, and gathered into a hundred s^rapbooks every word and line relative to the ancient, medieval, and modern practice in which he is so keenly interested. In one sense this extraordinary collector has nothing to show for his presistcnt and sometimes c .oily efForts. He has kisstd the Pope's too, and he has rubbed noses with orient 1 Is. In his catalogue of kisses experienced by himself there are 217 brides, over 100 children, 4.'1 widows, 10 "eligible'' sweethearts, 05 old maids, 1 King (r hand kiss), 11 beggars of both sexes (the kisses in these ca...

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

^ 1..... ? ?? T1IES-BE01STER AE8 8ESTISSL. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER :t, 1004 NOTICE TO TAX-PAYElfe. The tax tickets for the year 1904 due the town of Balein, are jow in mj hands for ci-lleotiou. 0 per cent. pen alty will be added for non payment December 1st. Interest at C percent per annum will be iinponed fron December 15th, on all unpaid taxes, (See act pa*eed by Legislature of 1904 aud approved by the Governor, Marcb 13th, 1904). lMease cull aud settle same and you will ?ave pen illy and interest. Respectfully, E. R. Mooiik, U-U-U4 ?. r. s. of All school elilidrtn should be carefully watched, and if the least defect appears It should have careful attention before it is too late. You oan greatly asiist your child In school by baviug their Eyes headaches relieved with our couifort giving glasses. Don't delay but see Or. Moore on or after Otober 5th, as he will be in his office regularly then. Dr. Robt. I. Moore; Rye Specialist, G24 N. Broad St. - . Salom, Ya. Bell Phono 12G. Hours 5.00 ...

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

? HraE HOME CIRCLE. ! i A Column Ocvotcd to Tired Mothers as They Join The Koine Circle. OLD-8TYLK PUSU'KIN 1*1 IS. Home like a sattcy custard pie, ?)r apple, mince or pim*. Or some new-fangled article, I Mow just for the nauie. I ain't so p'tioMar'e some 1 know, And different from the red, But the rjood old-fashioned pumpkin pies Are v.hat 1 love the b-eh I'm liankertn' for a piece riyht now, Of the pie that mother made. tv lieu i cauie noine i row (cuooi, i u net A hunk innl in 1M wade. And, (perhaps my mouth is somewhat large,) Though I'd resort to tears, She wouldn't give me auother piece Became it mussed niy ears. I've lingered here a lifetime since. Put up with what i got. But oft in dreams I'm hack again To that dear fauiiiliar spot, And then at such times 1 can find, * hi the butt'ry shelf arrayed, A row of good old pumpkin ides. The kind that mother made. Crumble is the spur which hastens the steed of trouble. * * ' * Extravagant dross has broken m >re husbands t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 November 1904

# ^TrrXwoRL |TH* TlMB!-RlO?Tlll A.SU ^rNriNKL. lit tht??r request, bus placed u column ut the disp s;?l of the rurnist aud faithful women of the W. O. T. Union who will have entire chu'K* <?f it, aid be r?sp msihle f ?r all mat ter therein it promises to he an inter*s'itig feature of the psi>er, and we ooiuuiend ? ctreful perns d of the department.?Ki>s J Tho W. C. T U. work in Salem is quite encouraging1, and while there are not so many of lis in number, we are endeavoring to bo a wideawake energetic facte.- in tl 10 Temperance cause, and hope to continually add to our baud those whose hearts are interested in this import \nt wor' r Christ'# cause. Since holding our m otings 8'etni-rnonthly . wo find that creator crood is being accom plished. Oar society is now busy making a quilt for charity. Our hearts and hands tiro ! united in aiding those who need our assistance, and at every ? meeting there are encouraging reports of work done. The last meetin...

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

*1 I . i ? Jultm litnt PUBLISH BO BVKRY T11UKSDA1 Salem Printing and P C. D. DEN IT, K W. W. McCLUNO. Ilusil Subscription One Tear Nine Mouth* ...... Hi i Month* 'I'liree MhiiIIir ...... 'PHOME8, NUMBE THURSDAY, NOVE It is all over now but the shouting and?the mutterings, not to say curses. . ? ... f0! The elec;ion occurs next Tuo6- gii day, the Sth iustant. Vote, but Hti think woll before doiug so. ne ke( Senator Daniol, in his great an opeech here last night, easilv jj0 demonstrated the fact that he is! yet Virginia's most gifted and most popular campaigner. Speakers may come, and speak- ' ers may go, but Daniel holds to< first place in the affections and ino admiration of the people. j J The campaign is over, practi- tin cally, and it is gratifying to be D? able to state that so far as we ua have been able to observe it, in foi this section especially, it has on been conducted 011 a commend-1 on ably high plane of political D. ethics, and in the best of good'el&amp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 November 1904

f TaEHET CONTINUED FROM I'AUK ONE. iu tho Temple, Titian shows his great originality, tnul claims to be the -noblest representation of the Venetian school of colour. The grand effort -of his life seems concentrated and climaxed in his Pietu. As you stand off and look intensely at it, it seems as though an embodiment of the superhuman power and inspiration of the last moment, catching tlie glory of tho divine in the passing,?for the dead body of Christ lying across the lap of the Borrowing mother, seems to brcatho of tho Eternal, and to show that death hath lost her sting. St. Marks, the Frari, and Santi Giovunui o Paulo are the three largest and most important churches, although the meanest of the very many, has sufficient attraction to warrant a visit. Santi Giovanni e Paulo (Saints John and Paul) ranks lmxtloSt. Marks. It is not prepo86S8ing looking, its facade being unfinished, but the interior, supported by ten massive columns, is very imposing and magnificent. All tho Doges' fu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 November 1904

I ; WdSHINGTON IBTTE5. Russia and Croat Itrilian l>e- < ride to Settle Their Dispute i Through tlie Hukiic Trih- 1 nual -Considered First Step Towards Uul- i versa! Peace. From Our Ur^ular Corn s|>0!H!eut. The determination of Kthsiu and Groat Britain to invoke one of tho methods dov.s. d by the Hague T ribunal, ?'-?r tin settle-11 mont of the acute situation ' resulting from the recent tiring on British fishermen by the Russian lloet is regarded in Washington as a distinct ^ triumph for the cause of iuter- 1 national peace, and is tho occasion of i/rent, ffratifiration to President Itoosevelt, whose reference of the Pius Fund cato to the Hague, followed by his persuading the European creditors of Venezuela to submit to the arbitrament of the same ttibunal, restored that court from the desuetude into which it had 1 sunk to one of the foremost factors in the promotion of universal peace. It must not bo supposed that Russia and Ureat Britain have, at y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 November 1904

% H ' %uttw * JXttxisAtt I -HUB- ^ 1 (Stonsoltbaleb I ttOC |- ^^"t'nxber 10, 1903 * I VOL 89. : SALEMrVIRQINlA^HUiiSDAY, NOVEMBER lO, 1904. No. 24 I mi MD GUILTY .Jury UcclilcH That Charlottesville's Fx-Mayor Killed Ills Wife ? Murder in First Decree?Half an Hour Heqaired to lteacli Verdict. The jury in the case of J. Sam* uel McCue,'charged with the mur der of his wife, 011 Saturday morning brought in a verdict of murder in the first degree. The penalty for the crime in this state is death by hanging. % The case was given to the jury at 11.07 and in thirty minutes the verdict was reached. ? Eight hundred hearts seemed to stand still when the jnry entered the courtroom at 11.34 headed by Shclton Chievea, who handed the indictment to the judge Then the silence became frightful, and no words can describe the tensity of the situation. "Are you ready with your verdict, gentleman of the jury?"' asked the judge. "We are," said Mr. Chiejres. "What is your verdict?" asked the eourt. Then ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 November 1904

I ? W.C.T. U.WOM. , iTlIK TiMKS-HeoISTKU AMI SENTINEL, at { tbeir rfqu? t, bus placed a column at the di>pc^nl of the eurne?t and faithful women t of the W. C. T. Union who will have entire , cu..t of it, and be responsible for alt mat ' tertherein. It promises to he an intanstini; { feature of the paper, aud we commend a careful peru al of the department.?Kns ) ( 'Do,you wi-h the world were better? ] Let me tell you what to do: i Bet a watch upon your actions, keep ihem . -alwaysstraight ami true; Hid your mind or selfi-b molivAs, let your thoughts be clean and biyb; . You can omke a little Kdeu of the -pace you occupy." * s * * * Heal Beauty. 1 If we would have beautiful faces, lot us daily wear the smile , of patience. And let God's sun shine Hood our hearts and radiate our countenances. If wo would have beautiful eyes, let us look upon the teachings of tho' Mastor each day, 4 and look upon tho faults of ' othors with charity and pity. If we would have beautiful , lips...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 November 1904

r TIIES-BEOISTEB AN 3 SENTINEL. 11 ? ? ?i THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1ft, 1904. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. The tax tickets for the year 1904, due the town of Haleui, are now in tny bauds for o -Heot i >u. 5 pei cent, penalty will bo added for non payment December let. Interest At G perceut. * p?r auunui will be imposed from December 1.1th, ou all unpaid taxes. (See act parsed by Legislature of 1904 and approved by the Governor, March 12th, 1004). Piease call and bettle same and you will rave peualty and interest. Kespictfully, E. R. Moohk, 0 -0 04 8. T. S. ?wr i <3ggj*S of All school clil'dnn should be carefully WA'cbfd, Hud if the le??8t defect uppen re it should have ca refill attrnt ion before it-i* too late. You can greatly a^iit your oh lid iu tchool by having their Eym headaches rellevtd with our coiufort- giving glasse*. Don't delay but ??e l>r. Moore ou or after Ot??ber 5th, as he will be iu lila cfllce regularly then. Dr. Robt. X. Moore, * ^V,ye Speciali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 November 1904

1 - i Mil ' *< PBECIODS POTATOES. ' 1 Now Varieties Tlint Coininniul Attention nutl Briiij> lteninrkuhle Prices. a New potatoes aro the fad of 8 tho hour in England. Not new ^ potatoes in tho sense that the 0 term is ordinarily used, but potatoes of new varieties, appar- ^ eutly so fruitful that the yn-ld c of a given acreage of laud may * be doubled or trebled by the use k of se -d which is sold at the rate v ? ? r rv _ 1 t A 01 or .?iu ;i pound, ono * auction sale of a famous new a potato no less than $05.70 was ^ was paid for one tuber. At a 8 meeting of growers in Lincoln- 11 shire not long ago it was agreed u that no potatoes of ^another variety, called the Recorder, should be sold this year for less '5 than ?100, or $487 a ton. Such prices for potatoes, in v an old and sober-minded country little given to fad? or to c ruuning popular crazes into the e ground, show what may . be ^ hoped for from ingeu ity and ^ scientific research ^applied to " the needs o...

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