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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1903

K A % * jS Vol. 38. nJq, still, another sect. Tin " Holy Rollers" Iu An Oroi;i>n Town Destroy All Property Received From Carnal Hands. Corvallis, Oregon, is agog v " with the doings of members of a religious sect who call themsolves "God's Anointed." In Ul t.l.M fAnnt.ininm of thnir unrvif.OH ' ? ?- ? . j *1,e religionists havo burned j ?*_ ; ifuruiture, carpets,Jcloth lag, und "' many other articles, and have destroyed or buried cooking utensils. Musical instruments of all kinds, without regard to value or cost, have been delivered to the flames. The scene of their devotion is the house of Mr. and Mrs. Hurt, in the south end of town. The sidewalks about the promises have been torn up and burned, and floors, shrubbery, and fruit trees dug up and destroyed. Uoports in circulation aver that I dogs and cats have been burned on a sacrificial fire. A featur o that has added materially to the public interoet I in prevailing conditions is that Q. V. Hurt, ex-chairman of the Repu...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1903

TIMES-REGISTER. and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908 HERE'S THIS DIFFERENCE. Mr. Morgan ha* his millions? I haven't got a cent. He has a mansion built of marble ; I toil to pay uiy rent. But I've more than Mr. Morgan, When the day of toil is o'er For I know true loye is waiting Just inside my cottage door, I then hear which never creitshim, Underneath his marble dome i ib a oaoy b ntppy krt-etinj;; Hello, i?op ! Has 'oo t'uni bom*? Rockereller bas full cotter?? But mine are empty quite. He baa private yatchs au?l such (hinge. All mlue are "out of eight." But I've more than Rockefeller's Wnnderots wealth of gold roinmamlt; ( have daiuty wee caresfes ? Froiu a baby's loving bauds And when ev'oirg stars are | eeping Overhead in heaven's dome I cau h-ar a childish welcome ? "Hello, pop! Has'oo l'um home! 1 et them have Ifaeir untold millions, 1 envy not their atore. They are worth coKissal fortune* ; 1 ?ra worth a whole lot more For 1 have a grander treasure Than their hoarded weal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1903

TIMES.R.EGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1003 f CHILDREN'S S | | *??S I Should be carefully watched while in school, and if thoy com- O U plain of pain about the eyes, or SiS nave headache, or unable'to soo L2 distinctly, either near or far; it w? cS ia your duty as parents or guard- w to Us iatm to have their eyea carefully VjS jgw examined aud the ueceeaary Bjj: c attention given to theiu at once. Eg Do you like to read in the long B wiutor eveniuga ? Then have jsX 83 your eyoa properly fitted with ?3 i?! I)H BOUT. L. MOORE, 11 034 N. Uro?<l St. Hsiom, Va. M W Hours 5.30 p. in. to t> a. iu. i? y.J ltoanoko omce at* Haleiu Ave. 4ft Hours 10 a. m. to 4.30 p. m. Just Tale a Loot AT THAT APPETIZING DISPLAY OF GOOD THINGS I ' T O E A T I FOR YOUR tmkspi Dinner AT No mattor wliat it i?, nor where grown, we've got it. I ust como and Bee. F. W. WHITESCftRVEB & CO. I DAY BUILDING, MAIN ST. EAT THAT WHICH IS GOOD You cannot be too careful in 1 S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1903

Often The kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to be considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be P traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their heginuiug in the disorder ol these most important The kidneys ' fdtci and purify the bloodTherefore, when your kidneysarc weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire !>ody is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, I)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon us your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial 1 f. will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mistake by lirst doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of L < i- < ^r- Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1903

for Bnfnnt wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Castorla Is a harmless si (,'orlc, Props mul Sootlii <*oiitiiins neither Opium substance. It destroys 1 It cures I*iarrli?on and ' iny Troubles and euros Stomach and liowcls, y i The Children's Panacea The Kind You I yy Bears t In Use For TMC CfWT?UW COMMWT, 1 WE HAVE SOLD STOV WARE, IN R 20 And have given satisfaction to oil reason why : We understand and our t brll at low prices. Call and see tor yourself. ENGLEBl 17SAI.KM AVENUE, A WHOLE CA OF LOADED 5 Just in. We want in eithei LESS. ONL i ty up. Anv lioad. NELSON HARI TUB LEADERS. 17 CAMPBELL AVE. E. Rosenb W Salem 15177 T 131 Avenue. Jj&hh JET J t 7r rrTiL THE ?wi.-uiti.ix? ? I'LADB OK WHAT 1 ttiSir is UKST IN LADIES' I Heady to wear Suite Have taken a loui in thisdei>artinent. There isn't one of them that doesn't pEvery Suit in the house has been selecte perfect knowledge of what is correct cou MIL1 We nau Interest you in this departmeii showing, there are also ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1903

SALEM TIMES-REGl: Published Every Thur Salem Printing and C. D. Den W. W. McCluna. H Subscriptic One Year ...... Nine Mouth* Six Mouths Three Month* 'PHONES, NUM THURSDAY, NOV A WORD l\ STARTING. The Times-Register and Sentinel appears today under the wmuii k, is proua 10 oxisr, as well as to tho mutual advantage , of its owners. It is sufficient to say that the | policy of tho paper will not bo | changed. It will strive in tho future, as its predecessors have ' done in tho past, to givo to this ( section a good, clean family paper, one that will always be a welcome visitor iu tho homes ( of its many readers, special attention being given to tho local department. In politics, it will ? remain Democratic, but it will be nobody's organ ; and while we have ourjown views on such i matters, and shall freoly express them, we readily concede to others honesty and sincerity iu their opinions, and shall strive 1 always to so deal with those ( whoso opinions differ with us, < as to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1903

Proverbs "When the butter won't come put a p'mny in the churn," is an o' ! time dairy proverb. It often seems to work though no one has ever told why. When mothers arc worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh wc say give them Scott's Emulsion. It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it. i Scott's Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil \ ith some hypophosphites t pecially prepared for delicate ;: omachs. Children take to it naturally I, cause they like the taste r.ad the remedy takes just as i turally to the children because it is so perfectly adapted t ; their wants. For all weak and pale and t iin children Scott's Emulsion i > the most satisfactory treatment. ! ~ --""1 will send you the pen^y, /. e., n San:p!-f,eC* If' tin* l<?r <i ?- ( .1 !il>l n on the :< -jK.rr' w::inrtr <f ?>cty Lottie ol ^ litluUiou jrtiuLuy. i '.ij...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 November 1903

r..V- . * A Chain I no stronger than its I weakest link. A fertilizer ^Hf 3 deficient In 9 H is just as dangerous as a H| chain with a cracked link. B^W money winning book* are bE/3 H| needed by every nun who urns fyw H a S.'ld and a plow, and who dc- 0Uf E aire* lo set the moil out of them. AS H They ate frtr. Send postal card. a?gPF' M SEhMAS KA 1.1 WOKKH, aflV H ? \u?> at.. A Ytrk R HKKHinSBteHVKBaBminerrt^ Meet in v of Colored Teachers. ^ The Teachers' Heading Circle of Roanoke county, an organization designed to help and improve the weak teachers and schools, also to arouse an interest among the patrons in the rural districts as well as build up the negro youth morally, intellectually, physically, will hold a public meeting in the First Baptist church Friday night, November 20th, beginning promptly at 7:30. A crowded house is anticipated, i'rof. 11. C. Stearnes is expected to be present and will make an address. The chnirmau of the Executive Committee will spare no p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1903

'*' i vy? M Tsu' Jvol. ser W.IK, GRK" <M BASTES Tljj , TvHKfcV.^J^'. jjfl W bfax i" i 'iua bastoe ?,& "l^Ley ^jj yfl? ^.i. 11.-J A . _? - ? ', * vuuuiw wmuvjt \y **" Th*w*y sbo pours the i.ssting on, iu< Mi'ck ck (S be. ^ j i 'ko (be CLrixni&s Blocking, ? "Hie frosted New Year's cake; I like tbe birthday presents My auutue bny to make; But jus' tbe bestcst lime or all Thanksgiving brings to me? When gran'ma hasten tbe turkey, An' we all ntan' 'round to see. A Paradox Explained. Why does not a man weigh a pound m >re immediately after eating a pound weight of food ? A little reflection will readily explain this mystery. During the process of mistication, deglutition, etc., certain muscles are brought into active play, . a-ul the exercise of any muscle necessitates a temporary waste of its tissues, and a certain amount of carbon IS olimillfttrul anil riaaaoil nfT during the course of the meal. This loss, however, is trilling as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1903

TIMES-R.EGISTERJ and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1908 WANTS CONGRESSIONAL SUFFRAGE INQUIRY A Measure Primarily Directed Against The South. Representative Charles Dick, of OhiR, lias introduced in the lower House of Congress u bill providing for iuvest igm iou by a House couitn'ttee ol t the subject ot disfranchisement, ami, while the measure is general in its language, it is primarily direcUd ag?iust the elimination of negro voters iu the South. The bill declares it Is a matter of common iuformatiou and belief that ttie right to vote at election has been abridged and denied in certain States and asks for the reference of the subject to the House Committee on the Election of the President, Vice President end Representatives to Congress, with ample power to In <iuire Into the validity o( the election m laws of'tbe several States] ami the manner of their enforcements oud whether the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for the President and the Vice ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1903

TIMES-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, NOVF.MHBR 20, 1908 1 CHILDREN'S i -;mo ? ? Should bo carefully watched *85 Wiil?? in achool. anil if they com- Kg plain <il pain aliout the ojiw, or fla luvo headache. or unable to noo JB distinctly, either nonr or far; it SB jS h? your duty as parent* or guard- Wg HB iatm to bavo their eyes carefully H W exvtnliiod auil tlio necessary 9m 9| a'teution given to tln-in at once. u l>o you like to read in the long ?&> && winter evenings? Tlieu have jM yniir oyea properly fitted with tg W glasses by JR If DR. ROOT. L. MOORE, ?| |? _ f'ye Specialist, ?& cm a. iiroaa St. Salem, Va. 3K ii Houra fi.30^ m. to v b. m. w s;w Uoanoke otncc 20 S' Salem Ave. Mount 10 a. in. to 4.:w p. ni. Sjg . M Tale a Look AT THAT APPETIZINU DI8PLAY OF 6000 THINGS TO EAT FOR YOUR Moping Dinner AT No matter what it is, nor where grown, we've got it. Just come and see. r w wniTccriDUCD p. rn i. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1903

Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to l>c considered that only urinary and bludder troubles were to be P traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their liegimiitig in the disorder ol these ruost important ?he kidneys filter and purify the blood? Therefore, when your kidneys are weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire laxly is atlccted and how every organ aeerua to fail to do itl duty. 1/ you are sick or " feel badly," begin takiug the great kiduay remedy, T)r. Kilarsir's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If fon or* sick you can make 110 inistake" by tirst doctoring vour kidneys. The mild and the cxtruordiuury effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It stands the highest fur its wonderful cures of the most distressing cas...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1903

I v for ,nfa The Kind You Have A Cure of Cliiw. II. Flet personal supervision to deceive you in t " Just-as-good" are 1 health of Children?? The Kind You Beari In Use F< THC CIWTOUW COMr r IIHUIIM?H? WE HAVE SOLD ST< WARE, IN 20 And have given satisfaction t< reason why : We understand and o ell at low prices. Call and see tor yourself. ENGLE3 17 salem avenue, A WHOLE C OF LOADED Just iD. V want in citl LESS, o; by up. Anv Load. NELSON HA1 'T1IT V T.TfAnunc JJJiill/lilVU* 17 CAMPBELL AVE. E. Rosen! SO Salem >DVT T 1 Avenue. JjJJj j 3_ ?I _ n '"v ASSEMBLING FT^'ty " l'L\OK OK WHAT lb BKdT IN LADIES' Heady to wear Suits have taken a iu this department. There ian't one of them that doesn Evary buit in the houae has been set perfect knowledge of what is correci 2MTIX We can Interest ycu in this depart! showing, there are also many of our and made up with a perfect knowled Millinery. C( That tit perfectly. No matter wha All Corsets are not adap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1903

SALEM TIMES-REGI! Published Every Thurs Salem Printing and C. D. IVni W. W. McCIuug. 1) Subscript io <>ue Year Nine Months Si* Months Three Months 'l'HONKS, NUM THURSDAY, NOV The financial statements of Salem's three excellent banking institutions appear in today's Times-Register and Sentinel, and show that financially, as in every other respect, Salem is all right. The legislators had just as well make up their minds that tho advocates of pure and honest elections will not hear to the repeal of the Barksdalo bill unless some hotter measure look ing to that end is substituted for it. V m m m The legislature made a splendid record for business hustle on Tuesday, when over thirty bills! recommended by the revision j committoo were passed. If that lick is kept up for a while we \ shall have plenty of new law soon. Thoso who have watched the! conduct of hunters since the j game season opened say this county needs a game warden : under the now game law. Well, ! if t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1903

Loss of Flesh When you can't eat break fast, take Scott's Emulsion When you can't eat breac and butter, take Scott': Emulsion. When you hav< been living on a milk diet anc want something a little mor< nourishing .0, ??v "VW?? . Emulsion. To get fat you must eai fat. Scott's Emulsion is < great fattener, a great strength giver. Those who have lost flesE want to increase all bod) tissues, not only fat. Scott'2 Emulsion increases them all, bone, flesh, blood and nerve. For invalids, for convalescents, for consumptives, for weak children, for all who need flesh, Scott's Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food, and a natural tonic. Scott's Emulsion for bone, flesh, blood and nerve. ^ Wc will send you ~ iurt that this picture tfl) 'n *'K 'orrn of label is on ?+SNKB^l wriPP*r ' <v?ry bottle ?' Emultion you buy. ||]?|2 SCOTT & BOWNE, IgfigSS 409 Pearl St* N. Y. uSaSSBHB 50c. and $11 all druggist*. "MICA." | ?aL * JLaLakes short /^ads. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 November 1903

4?ML A' ** tS V , ? ? ' i k* TEiCHERS' 18Q0UM. Ouo Hundred and Twenty-five I)eloKnt<'? Attend Annual Session at tlio University oi Virginia. PHE8IDF.NT 8TKA11NE8, IN HIS ANNUAL RKPOItT, COVERS TWO YEARS. Icipemally reprted for the Turns Register and Sentinel.] The Virginia S.nte Teacher*' At>so Ciatlon, which Ime for its object ?lie Improvement to tlio bi^heet possible .i ?.1? -i.. > irfiit'C UI l tin Klllire t'UUC'inOIINI f)>teiu of the Cotuuiouvsfaltii, from the rural cchoc) to the university, met last Thursday night at the University of V irginia in ith second annual convention. One hundred and twenty-live delegate*, representing between seventy aud eighty local organizations in the various cities, counties and Inst hu'ioue of learning? the most active element in school work?were in attendance, and the evasion of three da>s w*s In every sense enthusiastic and profitable. , The association now includes in its . membership all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1903

. ' V J m ' Vol. 38. WOKSTTIME OF DAY. "\Vli>U Hour In Th? Day Do You FiuJ Mont Disagreeable? "What part of the day is most disagreeable? Now, here i j a question which oue may approach from many angles," said the observant man, "and I doubt very much if you could Had any two men who would t ike exactly the same view of the subject. I can readily imagine that differences of the most peculiar character would spring up between men on the simple presentation of the question, and if put to the test of arguing it out on its merits I am sure the differences would becomo more complex, more pro nounced and more irritating. ' What say you? The morning, eh, when one fain would steal somewhat of that sweeter portion of the day when there is ^ just enough of sunshine to temper the air and stir up the fragrance which ooze and leak from the earth's superficial covering; and yet when one needs lift the head from the pillow and hear the crashing wheels as they roll over the heavy cobbles...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1903

TIMES R.BGISTEH and SENTINEL. T H U KSD A Y, DEO EM HE R ?, 1903. THE LUXURY OF BABIES. AlMturteuuiiccs Which No Fain- j ily Should t'o Without. In this politely iiuliffertnt age, when ro many people are alllicted with the boredom of living, attention may appropriately he called to the remedy involved in the rearing of a child. A haliv. which to out aiders appears to be only a hairless aid colicky bit of albtunoid matter, his been known repeatedly to quite transform a household. Iu a recent magazine article, a clover wiiter has disciursol oil the 'usury of children, and has urged every family . ? prov.de itaelf -'Mi at least 0110 boy and a sehoolgirl. But really it isn't necessary to wait for them to reach school age. An infant may be as good a remedy for ennui as a child old enough to read " Ivanhoe." To be quite frank, most men, if they dared express their inmost thoughts, would prefer to skip the first six months or so. A woman will, of course, thoroughly believe that an 'ittle b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1903

I * 1 ^ ~ 1 111 *ni"' * fcr infants and Children, Costorta Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, r.:rojjorlc, Drops nml Moothiojr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morpliluo nor other Narcotic Hiibstance. It destroys Worms ami allays Feverisliiiess. It cures Dlarrlitca and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth inir Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and naturul sleep. The Children's l'anacea?Tito Mother's Frictul. The Kind You Have Always Bought jy Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. ' i WE HAVE SOLD STOVES, RANGESTTIN&^GRANITE j WARE, IN ROANOKE OITY FOR 20 YEARS ????? E And have given satisfaction to our'ousiomera (as they are still our customers (the g reason why: We understand and our business and handle only the BEST goods and sell at low prices. 6 Gall and see tor yourself. ENGLEBY & BRO. CO., 17 8ALKM AVENJTE, ROANOKE VIRGINIA A WHOLE CAR LOAD OF LOADED SHELLS Just iD. Wc can fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1903

_w. c ? _ fee? 1 gag?BSB SALEM TIMES-REGI Published Every Thu Salem Printing and C. D. Dor W. W. McClunn, 1 Subscripti One Yenr Nine Months Six Months Three Mouths "1MIONKS, NU1 THURSDAY, 1 >LC TO BUSINESS MEN. Now i8 tho time to begin the holiday advertising, an j the Times-Register and Sentinel offers to business men advantages in this respect that are unexcelled by any papor in this Wet ion. Going into 2,750 homes every week as a welcome visitor, it is a medium worthy of your attention when it comes to reaching folks with your messages. Try it. We aro gradually getting moved nto our new business home on College avenue; but moving a newspaper and printing establishment such as ours, and endeavoring to keep business going all tho whilo, is quite an undertaking, and therefore our friends and patrons aro again askod to bo indulgent in over-looking imperfections both in tho matter and make-up of the paper for a brief time yet. The legislature now has before it a bill, intro...

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