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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 November 1896

?ime$-?Ugi$ter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 18??. Kntered at the PoetofBce, in 8?lom, V?. m second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS s wwwwwTimmmfwwr FOR? COUNTRY Trade. This notice is to our country friends. We want you to examine our lines of Heavy Roots and Heavy Shoes for Men, Women and Children?made for wear. Rubber Hoots and Overshoes. Pants Goods, Overalls and Shirtings, Knitting Wool and Cotton. Trunks are very chcap ; we hive them good for travel or home use. Comforts. Blankets and Counterpanes in good variety. BUY FODDER TWINE FROM US ! Sole agents for W. L. Dougla's Shoes, Rutterick Patterns, Syracuse Plows and Repairs. . CALL AND SEE US. BROWN'S SALEM. VA. * A Stich in Time. Knowing the Bcarcity of fruit and vegetables, we have laid in a full supply of Evaporated and Canned Fruits and Vegetables of all kinds, California Peaches, Aprieots,Prunes, Unisons, Lima Heans. Boston Baked Heans in Tomato Catsup. Cream Corn, new pack Tomatoes, Maecaroni, Vermicelli, Sago, Tapioca, Sweet and Sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 November 1896

Tntt s Pills Cure Ail Liver Ills. Perfect Health. Keep the system in perfect order by the occasional use of I ntt s Liver Pills. They regulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body. For sick headache, malaria, biliousness, constipation and kindred diseases, an absolute cure TUTT'S Liver PILLS Ingersoll Downed. Colonel Robert Ingersoll is a rapid thiuker and usually has a good reply on the eud of his tongue whenever he is interrupted in the midst of a speech. On oue occasion, however, his gift or repartee failed him. It happened that ho was unusually se\ere in his abuse of the Democrats, acting, of course, upon the supposition that he was addressing an audience commpossed entirely of Republicans. After lie had about finished his diatribe he asked : " Is there a Democrat in this whole audience? If there is 1 would like him to stand up and tell the audience how lie feels." A gray-haired old man stood up in the crowd, and Colonel Ingersoll turned on him. "80 you're a Democrat, are you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 December 1896

V IL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4, 1896 NO. 9.8 LIST OF f^eal Estate Delinquent IN THE TOWN OF SALEM For Non-Payment o! Taxes FOR 180?. Lots and tracts of land soid for taxes prior to 185)5, and bought in by the town, are not advertised in this list. WHITE. Angle, J Lee, lot 20 W E L company $ 35 Armstrong, I) G lots 3, 1 sec 30 b 1 co 3 28 do lots 10, 11 sec 0 do > o ... do lot 18 sec 10 do ! do lot 7 sec 87 do 14 Anders, J D C et als 1. 21 s. 29 do 1 80 Anderson, John T Is. 3. 4 s. 3 L8 Leo 65 do Frank lot 1 sec 8 do 00 do W J 1 25), 30. 31 s. 18 8 I CO 6 5)0 AlifT, A J llts 27. 28 section 03 do As berry. A 8 trustee 1 0 sec 20 do 2 12 Asberry, M A lot 31 (f of) Burwell st 20 Browu, J It C 8r et als lot 2 (part of) Monteiro Addition 08 Brown. J It C br et als lots 11, 12, 13, 15 Monteiro Additiou 0 83 Brown, \V E lot 11 sec 12 6 I co 2 15) Beckner, Sam' 1 O lot 10 sec 30 S I co 80 Burnett, N (3 Jot 7 sec 2 H L company 17 do lot 17 sec 2 do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 December 1896

COME CUT ALL RIGHT IN THE END. BY ROY KAKIUCLt UB1EKK. Your heart is bowt d with a transient grief, Youreycs art" misty with tear?. There's a sorrow dtrp ami there's no relief Ahead in the maze of years. So it seems tt? you as you weep t?>day. Yet sorrow may he vonr friend. So keep up your courage awhile and pray ' I'will come out right in the end. There never was day so dark and drear But what, ere th*? sands had run. The clouds would shift and the l eavens clear To the smiling face of the sun. Tli re never was cruel stab or blow Intlictcd by foe or friend But there was a balm, Hod willed it so? 'Twill come out right in the end. There never was love so cruelly wronged. Or throttled by vengeful lies, Hut time atoned for the joys you longed, And love that was crushed would rise. O, heart, rise up from the slough's despond, Your faith must not swerve or bend, Let hoi* be pinned above ami beyond? Twill come out right in the end. An Original Judge. No more unique figure is to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 December 1896

YOL. 31. ? ? 1 - ? ????? SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1896 1 * - 1 M?tLg-.rrr- ?? NO. 28 Lee a allemong, ATTORN KY8-AT-LA W, KALEK. VI. Practice iu Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?Strouse Building, opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jy!2 R. C. STEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Ofkic*?Dillard A Persinger Building. w M. SIMPSOjJ, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in Roanoke county, City, tnd adjoining counties. Prompt attention to collections and all egal business. Orriri?Dillard A Tcr^tnger'a building Room No. 7. iT25*i#Mvr wA'Mj 1 ?? " ' . V - ? ?' ?. 0. B. HOOKA W. JAP. +. WOO I*. OOMAW & WOODS, ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW, Roanoke, Va. OFFICE?Moomaw Building, Jefferson Street. W. ... ?n 1 R- H. LOGAN, -ate Judge of Court of Late of Johnson Appeals of Virginia. A Logan. TAPLES & LOGAN, S ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. SALEM, VIRGINIA. All business entrusted to them f".! receive promi>t attention. J. S . B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 December 1896

limeo - jftcpster. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, ami has a much larger circulation j than any other paper Iihs ever had.! FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 27. 181H5. IIKNIT & WKHlt^K, Publlfthen. PROMISES SHALL BE MEASURED. There conies no note of doubt or misgiving from Mr. Bryan. "Promises shall be measured alongside of fulfill merit," said be. The people have been told that the preservation of the existing gold Btaudard will bring prosperity, nnd a majority of them have believed tbe promise. But they have been stirred by the campaign. Their attention has been fixed on the money question and nothing will divert them from it. They will measure the promise against the fulfillment, and if the gold standard fails to briog prosperity they will overthrow the gold standard. We are now about to enter upon the real campaign of education, in which events shall be the teachers nud none of their lessons will be lost. The occurrences of the next four years will be the test of the monetary sys...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 December 1896

* 1 limes-glqjiatet. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1896. Entered at the Postoffloe, in 8alem, V*. u second-class matter. LOOAIi AFFAIBS Ciils Ciils Make Your Family Happy! It Don't Cost Much ! We have bought three lines of Drummer'a Bamples, and from these you can select presents and get the advantage of a large ajsortment and moderate price. Lack of space prevents enumeration. We have many things yon wouldn't expect to see. A call and examination is requested. Beautiful Premiums given away. BROWN'S i'sr SALEM. VA. A Stich in Time. Knowing the scarcity of | fruit and vegetables, we have laid in a full supply of Evaporated and Canned Fruite and Vegetables | of all kinds, California Peaches, Apricots,Prunes, Raisons, Lima Beans. Boston Baked Beans in Tomato Catsup. Cream Corn, new pack Tomatoes, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, Sago, Tapioca, Sweet and Sour Pickle. We carry a specially nice line of Green and Roasted Coffee. A large assortment of Fancy Cakes and Crackers. Aa to price, we WILL NOT BE UNDER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 December 1896

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Secret of Beauty is health. 1 he secret ofheas'h is the power to digest and :;:;siir? ilate a proper quainty of food. 1 his can never l>e denevhen the liver does not act itV. part. Do you know this? Tutt's Liver Pills are an absolute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, torpid liver, piles, jaundice, bilious fever, biliousness and kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills MY SWEETHEARTS. My first was young and very fair, With bright blue eyes and yellow hair; A surplice white in church he wore; I loved lnni for a month or more. My second, he was gaunt and thin, All round the hemisphere he'd been; He'd shot at lions, killed a bear ; 1 loved him for about a year. My third had flowing coal-black locks (I wore the green and yellow frock*). He played and sang my heatl away, I loved him one year and a day. My fourth was handsome, but so poor' 1 hat only made me love him more; J wept and sighed but had to part, It a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 December 1896

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1896 NO. 29 Lee a allemong, ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W, KALEH, VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?St rouse Building, opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jy!2 R C. STEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM. VIRGINIA. Orricx?Dillard A Tereinger Building. W M. SIMPSON, ATTORNEY - AT-I jA W, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice In Roanoke ooonty, City, %nd adjoining counties. Prompt attention to collections and all egal business. Office-?Dillard A Perainger's building Room No. 7. , , |v25 9?-lyr ;J^PSSoMAw7~ OOMAW & WOODS, ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW, Roanoke, Va. OFFICE?Moomsw Building, Jefferson Street. W. a. BTAFLES, R. H. IXXJAK, -ate Judge of Court of Late of Johnson Appeals of Virginia. A Logan. gTArLE8 & LOGAN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. BALEM, VIRGINIA. All business entrusted to them will receive prompt attention. J. 8. BAfiK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SALEM VIRGINIA. Practices <n all the courts of Roano...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 December 1896

limes - lister. Ih the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and luis u much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. DCEMBER, 11, 1M6. DKNIT 3t WEBU .{H. t'ubllatif in. There is not enough of silver iu the President's message to even give it a silver liuing. This was not because the message wasn't long enough to say something on the subject. Old Col. Hob Ingersoll, the infidel, was ill a few days ago- It is said he came very near finding out whether hell is as hot as they say it is. The President in his last message arraigns the trusts and protected corporations. Well, why didu't he help ub to elect Bryan as his successor, a man who would have wiped them olT the face of the earth. Mark Hauna is now in Washington, inaugurating himself as President. His friend, Mr. McKinley, will not be inaugurated until the 4tl? of next March. Mark is bound to keep ahead of the procession. It is said that the portfolio of Secretary of the Treasury has been offered to Mr. Mark Manna. It is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 December 1896

iiiuts-gfgistct. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1896. Entered at the Postoffice, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS Eiiis Gills Make Your Family Happy I It Don't Cost Much ! We have bought three lines or Drummer's Samples, and from these you can sclect presents and get the advantage of a large assortment and moderate price. l.*ck of * pace prevent* enumeration. We have many things yon wouldn't expect to see. A call aud examination is requested. Beautiful Premiums given away. BROWN'S SALEM. VA. Xmas: Eating! We have got just what you want for j Xiuhr Eating, ?3 f<3 *o <D O .22 r> O Isf * & f? . q S. <? g u d) u a * rA ? 3 w s o ? ,H ^ s 363 s ^ - 1 S sS ^ - L_lJ hh t?- o ac ^ We are Agents for... Coie'e Airtight Heating Stoves! Oliver Chilled Plows! Call and Bee us. TJDhitescarver $ros THE GROCERS, Tayloe Block, SALEM. Groceries! Buy them Fresh and Pure from Johnston & Day AND SAVE MONEY. See our line of FreMh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 December 1896

Tutt's PIHs Cure Ail Liver ills, Prevention better than cure. Tutt's Liver Pills will nut only cure, but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache, dyspepsia,biliousness, malaria, constipation, jaundice, torpid liver and kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE. OMENS ILL AND GOOD. What Eridea and Would-he Brides Should Eo Or Beware of Doing. The girl who wishes to net married should never whistle at the table. Every time she does she drives a lover further away from her. If many children you would have, hops instead of rice should be sprinkled upon the heads of the young couple, just married. To allow another girl to wear your engagement ring not only signifies that you are extremely foolish, but it also means that you will lose the one yuu love best and who has promised to lead you to the altar. The bride who would be rich uliould slip a gold dollar into each shoe or slipper just before she eaters the church. To receive a proposal of marriage in a horse car, or in an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 December 1896

VAi. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBEK 18, 1896 r '?? _ NO. 30 L EE A ALLEMONG, ATTORNEYS-AT-L A W, KALKH, VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining oounOFFICE?Strouse Building, opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jyl2 C. STEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGIN LA. Office?Dillard A Pereinger Building. W M. SIMPSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in Roanoke county, City, %nd adjoining counties. Prompt attention to collections and ail egal business. , , ,,J, Office?Dillard A Perainger's building Room No. 7. , l^aS'W-lyr C. M. MOOltAW. ^lA^F. WOODa. WOODS, ATTORNRYS-AT-LAW. Roanoke, Va. OFFICE?Moomaw Building, Jefferson 8treet. W. R. BTAFLI8, R. H. LOOAH, jite Judge of Court of Late of Johnson Appeals of Virginia. A Logan. gTAPLES & LOGAN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. SALEM, VIRGINIA. All business entrusted to them will receive prompt attention. J 8 . B A E K , ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SALEM VIRGINIA. Practices J*i all the courts of Roanoke and adjoining o unties. Special at?ntio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 December 1896

limes - JUflteter. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever hail. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1890. DKMT * WKBBSR, PublUher*. OUB 0EEI3TKAS 3T0EY. There's nothing like good Christmas cheer That comes and knocks but once a year. ?Sam Parrish. One week from to-day the one glad seasou of all the year will be here. How are you going to celebrate It? When a fellow gets so ugly that he can be mean on Christmas it is time that he was placed with his toes turned toward the setting Hun. The little child greets it with the Hamr* favor that tho old wreck of ^ears does aud human beings as a rule find that the fountains of their hearts gush forth anew when the birthuay of the Saviour dawns on a cool brisk morning. Here in this county we should take a kick or two at any sorrow that comes in our way and celebrate as people should celebrate. Some of the real good nawley-pawley people call it "observing" Christmas, but it should always read celebrate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 December 1896

$imcs-|,lcgijstrc. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1899. tc tieivd at the PostotBoe. in Salem. Va mm aecoud-claaa matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS Gill: Gills Make Your Family Happy ! It Don't Cost Much ! We have bought three lines of Drummer's Samples, and from these you can nclect {ireeentsand get the ad vanage of a large assortment and moderate price Lack of spa?"e prevents enumeration. We have many thingB you wouldn't exi?ct to aee. A call and examination U requested. Beautiful Preui iums glyen away. BROWN'S SALEM. VA. t Christmas Hats at Marx' Millinery. Call and examine. I wish to sell my entire stock of Winter Milliner}' by Christmas. Hats at your own price. Respectfully, B. E. Marx. Xmas: Eating! We liave got just what you want for Xiuuh Eating. We are Agents for... Cole'e Airtight Heating Stoves! Oliver Chilled Plows! (Jail ami nee iih. ^jQKitescavveT ]3ros THE GROCERS, Tayloe Block, SALEM. THEOf Windsor la the name of a Shakespearian play, but we have a menage for the Housewives Of Salem ! We h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 December 1896

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. ?sajqnojj, .ioa.h jib cjhj sisid st?nx oip si Dscosip puc poSuea -op K.?UI030(| UlDJsXs D[Ol[A\ D||J ?jDpjOJO ltu> SI }t U.ll(.\v pue 'UEUl JO uisitiuipoiu ni|i in [;v>i[A\ jtUIAIjp^ CH|1 SI JDA!| OIJJL *mi?3u jo jojobs oqx ?SpA\OQ pUC JDA!'[ tpeuiojcj Ol[l JO SJU3U13SUI2J3P X4 poi -uuduiooou X[quuuAu; o.:?j spuj -S|p OI^UISUIUI UI JJBAOJcI IpIlfAY SJ0A9J JUDWlUIJOim pu\jsnoi{iq t/CKg SJO^OQ THE ELECTBIC SANTA CLAUS. 1 he ways of Santa flaus are changed, His reindeers arc no more ; And all his trappings were arranged ijuite differently of yore. Old-rasbioncd things are laid away. Or modernized, you see ; And everything is run today By electricity. Aaross the snow he used to skim With prancing deer ahead, Hut progress now has given him A horseless car instead. And now he does not come, they say, Down chimney Hues at all ; But has a special cathode ray That lets him through the wall. And now the presents that he brings To merry g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 December 1896

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA. \ V SI IDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 25. 1896 NO. 31 e To Snap At! Lamb's Wool Soles, 15o. ' Kid Button Boots, %i.oo Over-gaiters 25c Pair Genuine Vici Kid Goodyear II and welt Button Boots, only $2.5 o These prices for this month only. The NpntCanli Money Nnvorw, 1 "1 Jefferson Strent, 1 "1 A *? fc*alem Avenue, A 1 ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. XMAS GOODS! 0 0 ? ? ? ? ? 0 0 0 ? 0 1 Lu, ? 0 ? ? m-*: Embracing all Kinds of Stationery ! Yes. PICTURES, Too. 5 O'CLOCK TEA SETS I (In Brass, Copper, Nickel.) A beautiful line of Hibles and Hymnals Church Publications, Choice Articles Suitable for the Holidays. You will find our stock attractive, especially so for the season. THOMPSON PRICE CO. ROANOKE, VA. WE DON'T WANT tub - Eartn! But ft Great Share of Country Produce. We have CofTees, Teas, Sugars, Western Meal, Country Cured Meat, Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Caps, Notions, &c. A specialty in f QU \ Simply Purity. PADGETT-& WAGONER,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 December 1896

Ib the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, j and has a nut oh largvr circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 25 , 181HJ. DKNIT * WKMI*?R, Publisher*. A merry Christmas to you all. All the world bates a 'Iwr, especially if be lies for prolit. - -??? - ? ? ^. ? - . Ah long as a wiser liven, his money chest is very sure to be heir-tight. A county jail ont West has a sign over the gate, " God bless our houie. Wanted a link from the chain of) events. The yellow ux?tal having won, Mark Hanna 1b entitled to a yellow jacket and a peacock's feather. Most of those who trampled on the Canton lawn expect to walk on velvet in the near future. President Cleveland returned to Washington Sunday from his South Carolina buck shooting. The next administration will "trust" the people as they have never been trusted before. The inventor of a new flying machine says its motive power is neither steam nor electricity. It must be imagination, then. A Georgia legislator classes football and ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 December 1896

?i<ne9-jj$ri)i!8ttt. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 25, 1896. ;t the PoBtoffic* Id dal?Di V?. \h otcoud-ClaMS matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS Kills Kills Make Your Family Happy! It Don't Cost Much ! We have bought three lines of Drummer's Samples, and from these you can select {ireaenta and get the advanage of a large assortment and moderate price. Lack of space prevents enumeration. We have many things you wouldn't ex|iect to see. A call and examination la Beautiful Fremiti roe gtyon a amy. BROWN'S 8555s" SALEM. VA. Christmas Hats at Marx' Millinery. Call and examine. I wish to sell my entire stock of Winter Millinery by Christmas. Hats at your owiu price. Respectfully, B. E. Marx. Ms: Eating! We have got just what you want for Xuia? Eating. o> ?>-> ?9 -4-> as *j o ?s E _r & 9r ?3Z -s 5 S 5 ts 3 W s ^ s * a g o f "1 1 ? _ LxJ H ti fits ~ Oh f ' 1 W?I cj ? O ? CsC CZ5 O po ? 0) o J r ? O* v. O o u ?? We are Agents lor... Cole's Airtight Hea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 December 1896

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Tried Friends Best. For thirty ycarsTutt's Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Fact For bilious headache, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria,constipation and all kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE. V10TIX3 OF THE FAITH CUBE. InvaMdt Allowed to Tie While Their Friend? Prayed for Them. t?utherie Okla.?The diphtheria "puiftiiic iu Iivtpotoo, Woods county. Hi ill prevail*. The (kith cure peopie, who compose the majority o' the community, in the quarantine orders, persist in holding public meetings at at the houses where the disease exists, and physicians sent out by the authorities have been compelled to use force inprder to examine the sick. A twelve-year old boy named Elton was carried through the worst stage by a physician and volunteer nurse, aud was on his way to recovery, but when they left to attend others the father refused to give medicines left or follow any of the instructions,...

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