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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 February 1900

T. *?' -^ " rmbE&% * u 1 3( s ^^^1 * ^sf* (SD 1 ^ . ! i ; I I VOL. 34. ~ SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23. 1900. N0 39 The Sale o 4 Our January m&mmm Blankets, Comforts, Coat Suit Gloves, Dress Goods (7NOEKWRIR. NRMETIMIXY DiRVAIKN. There's a certain chattn in wearing good' Underclothing. You'll appreciate these Underwear values?you can't help to : Men's Gray Shirts and Drawers. 35o Ladies' Ribbed Vetta, long sleeves, (leeced lined 15c. Kxtra heavy Vests and Pants 25c each. Wool Ribbed Vents atul Paula. fiOoeach Ladies' Fleeced Ribbed Union Suits 50c ^ ""n'a * bite. Wool 8hirts and Drawers. ; MtaaeaP and flmuttw' Ribbed Union 8uits, fleeced. 2$c suit. ! SACRIFICAL R FIFTY CENTS OI These Remnants are of the serviceable a rare showing and rare savings. They'll be pi share the best ones. Goat Suit Set And last week's throng proves Roatioki Man-Tailored Coat Suits that are stylish. Ju date. Sacrificial Price: ROSENBA3 26 Salem Ayenue, 25 Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 February 1900

??????? Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, aud lias a much larger circulation ( thau any other paper has ever had. ( I FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1000. " i IIKNIT & WKItllliSU, Publishers. ( Plione No. 6. 1 VAW mntMtr MM* A/vii *. iv.' luiiiiv oyt If t-lieTimks Kkoistkr don't strike you us making a good business show- . ing today, you are hard to please.? ' The array of new "ads," that appear wake us feel good, at any rate, for they give promise of " cream iu our cotTee and butter on our bread/' We don't blow much about what we have accomplished, but u blind iuuu can see that the Timks-Kkmistkii is the business man's medium in this sec- ( tiou. See. The members of the present legislature?and a splendid set of fellows they are?seem to have organized themselves into a mutual admiration society. Each seems to be bo fond of the other that he wants to see him go 44 up higher," until by this 1 time nearly every member of both branches has been suggested by his admiring colleagues eit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 February 1900

? ^iwc.o-gcgi.Gtct. Entered at the Postot&ce, In Balem, Va. a* second-class matter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY '-'if, 1900. 'Phono No. 6. $34,000 Refunding Bonds of the HKr Town of Saloin ^9 FOB SALE. B ft Kfslel bids will be received by the undersigned committee until 0 o'clock p m., ? March 10th. 1900. for the purchase of the whole or any part of *34.000 ltefunding <\?u- I pnn ? ?nas 01 trie Town ol Salt m, irginin denomination 9500 payable April 1. JD'Joor at option of tbe town on and after April let, 1910; rate of interest 4 per cent payable semi-annually (April and October) at ollice of treasurer or in New York city. All bids to be accotni>anied by certitied check for 5 per cent, of amount of bid. Tbe town re serves the right to reject any or all bids For farther information address the undersigned committee. J. H. Duncan, J. c. Lanuiiornx, Salem, Virginia. MNTRKftt1NU KTOM.%4'11 D1NEANK Permanently cured by the masterly i?>wer ol Kouth Americ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 February 1900

mi ARE YOU? BANKRUPT n health, I constitution undermined by extravagance in eating, by disregarding the laws of nature, or physical capital all gone, if so, NEVER DESPAIR Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you. Por sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, torpid liver, constipation, biliousness, and all kindred diseases. Tistt's Liver Pills an absolute cure. d'llll.D ItKWITCIIKIt. ' Ntrniiicv Story of n Little ?lrl*n' A filiation Hud DiReovery. | A strange story of "hexeri" is told here. In view of l>r. John M. Hertolct's decent exposures of the prevailing belief in witchcraft here, it is expected that the matter will receive attention from the authorities. Here is the latest tale, as told by the parents: Several weeks ago a married man residing in Philadelphia si cured employment in this city. He decided to move his family, taking up his residence iu the lower sectiou of the city. The family had a 4-year old daughter. While living in Philadelphia an old lady, who was t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 March 1900

.lie Salea fines.~3egistet* V ? . 34 SALEMT ROANOKE COUNTY, VA. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 2. 1900. refTlm I I TUB WEEK'S ;.! #1# OFFERINGS AlU FROM # I # i2 i ()UR RK \ l>Y-T<>-W K V R t |<[ SjjS DEPARTMENT. ZW{) f | J Ladi s' C??at S:iits Si k Shir# (| S waist?. Mercerized Cnder- ^i|(i # | # skirtn. 5j:Ji? II Black Si Colored. 1 fH* Pif und Piniali Oiiitraniped t.n xliyl x j' all. All Gariue-uts Warranted * [fail \ Sh I Man-Tailored. J JH5 BTWB SAVE YOU i . 5? Per Cat p .. Z " * t3T"On all Muslin Underwear, Skirts, *\ * J ^ Drawers, Chemise, Gowns and *1 ? f S f Corset Covers. ? w J ^ Bought long before the rise on the raw *1 ^ fM w material. We sell them to you this week vl,4 T P W for what it would cost to lay them before w S r y?ti next week Flifl# j HHK.W M eile "' "39r:'NK ROANOKE, VA. 5lnil? A dfeat flop-Profit PayiP9 - - Clothing Sale I Of Course it is at FOR MAN'S, No. 10 n l mi r% %* Wholesale & Retail Hardwaie. j w&a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 March 1900

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MARCH 2. MX). OKNIT A WKIillXK, I'ublInhere. Phone No. 6. Ttie legislature will adjourn next Tuesday. Its work for good or bad is nearly over. Hon. W. J. Hiyan in an interview in Atlanta, Qa., declared that tlie Democratic platform would be a new declaration of independence. The? building occupied by tlie Paper Box Company, the Providence hat factory, and a furniture factory, at Lynchburg, was destroyed by tire Suuday night. Loss, $30,000. Ex-Senator Gormau, it is expected, will prepare the Democratic natioual platform, and may. name the vicepresidential candidate. Mr. Cab Maddox, who has been confined in a hospital at Lynchburg for seven weeks, is able to be on the road again and is gradually regaining his health. The Glass bill, providing for the appointment of three expert accountants, whose duty it should be to examine the accounts of public officials who handle money, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 March 1900

Entered at the Poetofflce, in Balem, Ve. u second-claae matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900. 'Phone No (A $34,000 Refunding Bonds of the Town of Salem FOR SALE. Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned committee uotil 0 o'clock p. m., March 10th, 1900. for the purchase of the whole or any part of $34,000 Refunding Coupon Kondfi of the Town ol Suit m. trginia denomination $500 payable April 1, 1920 or at option of the town ou and after April 1st, iviu; rate 01 iDurrwi * per cent, payable semi-annually (April and October) at office or treasurer or in New York city. AH bids to be accompanied by certified check for 5 per cent, of amount of bid. The town re serves the right to reject any or all bids. For further information address the undersigned committee. J. 11. Duncan, J. C Lanoiiornr, Salem, Virginia. DlltTRFANIXU MTOMAt'II SINEAHE Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no loniror. because this great remedy can cure them all. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 March 1900

To those living * in malarial districts lutts Pills t are indispensible, they keep the ?i system in perfect order and are ? an absolute cure <> 1 >r sick headache, indigestion, * malaria, torpid liver, constipa- t lion and all bilious diseases. ? Tutt's Liver Pills ? 1: I All t'uscusoiiiiblc Soil*;. tsug m souk o' summerWinter '11 soon be roup Vi'lets iu the Rardei). An' love to pin eui on. ^inR a sopro' summerWinter in eclipse; All the lilies leaven' To touch your sweetheart's lips. Just a song o' summerWinter's ol' an' Rray. . Picnics in the medder An' H.oye to lead the way. ?Frank L. Stanton Ktrawberrles by Ounce* i London, February 27.?When it is shivering cold and the papers are fu'l of stories of floods and heavy snowstorms, one can hardly believe one's eyes on seeing real strawberries in the West End fruiterers' windows?big luscious things, weighing two ounces each, and selling at one shilling and six pence (36 cents) an ounce. Some of the gro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 March 1900

VOL. 34. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNIND mail- < ,? ===== | TWO SENATOR Tell What They Know o IION. EDWARD DWYER. [Senator 17th District, Chicago, 111.] Hon. Edward Pwyer, Slato Senator, Seventeenth Senatorial District, Chicago, 111., writes: 44 Pe-ru-na cures when all other romodies fail. I can hcartily recommrnd Po-runa aa a catarrh remedy. It has been two years since I was cared, and I consider my enre permanent. I took tho remedy for two months and am now entirely cured. I applied to several doctors, but they wero not able to cure mo. I tried many rcmodlos without avail. 44 My catarrh was located chiefly Jn tho head. I was atllictod with catarrh for seven years." Pe-ru-na cures catarrh wherever lo catcd. Who is it that says Po-ru-na will euro catarrh wherever located ? Doctors ay it, lawyers say it, preachers say it, a vast army of men and women say it who have tried it. The old and the young say it. They say it in the cast, in the west, they say it in tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 March 1900

Wrnts Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MARCH 10, 11)00. OKNIT A \YKI!Ha?K. Publisher*. Phone No. 6. The Filipino war cost this uovernmeutubout tifty iuillionsof dollars up to November of last vear. A number of churches in the city of Richmond have beeu sold at public auctiou for delinquent taxes and have beeu bought in by the city. No assessments of personalty have beeu made for the year lUOO, and the commissioners of valuation will begiu work as soon as practicable. The State Hoard of agriculture will meet at Richmond March 2Uth, to ap point the inspectors of fertilizers, as provided for in the act recently passed by the Legislature. Thero are many candidates. If the Rev. Charles M. Sheldon can run a daily newspaper 4ias Christ would do It," let him do so and give him credit for it. The only diillculty we can see in the case is as to who is to decide how the Saviour would conduct it. Now that the people h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 March 1900

p .. ' Wim i'in i firm Entered at the I'ostofflce, in Balem, Va. m second-clan matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1000. 'Phone No 0 IHSTItKHNI *<; STOtt M il DINKANK Permanently cured by the masterly power ol South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer. because this great remedy can cure them all. It Is a cure for the whole world of stomach weakness and Indi gestion. The cure begins with tlio Mrst dose. Tho relief It brings Is marvellous and surnrls ing. It makes no falluro ; ne\er disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your cure Is certain under tho use of this great health-giving force Pleasant and always sale Hold tiv Itlliunl A- PerHitiirer. ilrinririat Suli.ni V i. " "" ? - * TO THK DEAF?A rich lady. cured of her Deafueas and Noises in the Head by Dr* Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave 910,000 to his Institute, so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free. Address No. 12415, The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 March 1900

t Perfect Health. Keep the system in perfect or- I der by the occasional use of Tutt's Liver Pills. They regulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body. Tor sick headache, malaria, bilmess, constipation and kin ?'"ed diseases, an absolute cure TUTT'S Liver PILLS WAKLIKK WOUK HY Itt.HSI %. lUg Wlliurj and Naval l*rt?|?nrat ion* at NcbHNlopol. l?y Associate*! Press. London, March 10.?The Knglish capital was thrown into a state of pertubation today by reports featured on the newspaper bulletlu boards to the efTect that Russia is making surprising war preparations. I ti.? ......... ?i??. ?,.c ?*-?? ur?v cuiue in a hoc ret ^cipher telegram to Lloyds from its agent in Sebastopol. Lloyds' com* uiittee cabled back askiug for details, and the reply came back that tin message as sent was quite correct. Tlie corrcspoudent reiterated that active military and naval preparations were proceeding at Sabastopol. As Lloyds' axon's are a ultra-con nervative in the statcmeuts which they Bend their pri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 March 1900

- - -?"IF?' ~~~ ~ ' " " " r f f*j| .. V.JL.84. " SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VIA.. FRIDAYMORNING; MARCH 2371900 BitB ,?n^ MRS. BREWER REGOM FOR GRIP A! >! ? ,U!u^i r*v v*||3J&M - ; ^'^3e;, The Home of Mrs* Lizzie M In ?letter to Dr. ITartman concorniug the merit? of Pe-ru-na, Mrs. Brewer writes, among other things: Wrrtkrlv, R. I. M Dear Dr. Hartman~I find Pe-ru-na a sure euro lor all catarrhal affections so rAmmAii 4?a 4WJ*? * * * .?a> >uia 1'n iui ui o rou11 iry it T,res a cold at onae. There is no cough medicine that can at all equal Po-ru-na. As for la grippe, thore Is no other remedy that can at all compare with Peru-na. MI am among the sick a great deal in our city and havo supplied many invalids with Pe-ru-na, simply becauso I am enthusiastic in my faith us to its results. 1 havo novor known it to fail to quickly and permanently remove that demoralized statoof tho human system which follows la grippe. "In ail cases of extreme weakness 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 March 1900

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 11)00. UKN1T A WKltltdSK, Publlahera. Phone No. 6. i English gamblers are now betting that the war in South Africa will be ended by the middle of May. The Naval appropriation bill, as it will be reported,shows bow completely tlie Armor-Plato Trust lias Congress in its grasp. According to tlie report Secretary I-ong may contract for armor at $540 per ton to tlie amount of $10,900,000. Ilere> a disgusting sample of yielding to tbe trust. The political muss in Kentucky grows more disgusting as the tbiug proceeds. . Tbe women are beginning to take a band in tbe matter now,aud a correspondent says tbe wives of those most conspicuous in tbe muddle " write frequent letters telling their ? husbands to stand llrm and spatter a little blood if necessary to win out.'' This doesn't sound nice, to say tbe least, aud not at all womanly. Such stuff would come with bet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 March 1900

liuierad at tha Poetofflca. in Balam, Va. second-clara matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. 'Phone No. 0. DIKTRIMINil NTOMACll UINEANE of iny work, and the low prices have trained for mean evvishle reputa V ' ^ ?&? t,on as a 'ea,'pr 'D (me Jv'. QD ? '- Millinery. ? G Ready to wear Hats in 9';i * ^ all the swell sbajies and I"Zl2 co'or}' from 25c up. Kjj ?,?!| We have a beautiful ?SK Sp!| line of Ties, Nickle Helta ?** e_^ *}'* and Belt Buckles, Hat Pi & l'ins. Also a nice line Ri! of Millinery Novelties. g+{ ' ^ > t-if My goods are now 3^' f> ready for the Inspection JSiil r*V? 1 of the ladies. Call and r ? * llr^X , j see them. MRS. Jffim F. G. WEBBER, SA EM, ' VA. Wliilescarver Bros.. THE GROCERS. Complete line of Freeh, Seasonable Good*, the kind that will Rive you an appetite, even to look <.t them. Remember our old motto, We will not be undersold for name quality of goods and terms. We have no old stock to oder at reduced pric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 March 1900

Secret of Beauty is health. The secret of health is the i>o\ver to digest and assim ilate a propei quanity of food. This can never be done when the liver does not act it's part. Do you know this? Tutt's Liver Pills are an abso-1 lute cure for sick headache, dys- j pepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, torpid liver, piles, jaundice, bilious fever, jDiliousness and kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills ItOTKTOURT COLIiEOE. k (For tiie Timkr-Rkuistrk.) O. thou rivulet that ever dost flow, Merrily aud gaily in summer and snow. Uver the rocks, over pebble? and sand, becking the sea as though loathsome the land. Why art thou flowing so Jolly along?. Of what art thou singing and what is thy song? Of what att thou laughing wheu over rock walls Thy clear.pretty wuter in torrent form falls? And when past the rocks in the calm meadow run, Why art thou slack in thy laughing and fun ? Hast thou such respect for the willows that weep ? Hast thou meditation so grave and so deep ? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 March 1900

> I H B H . ? X ______ 0^ V"0L 34. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 30. 1900 NO 44 | "19005 o JBBg rH JHflQ H We art showing a complete line of at #1.00, #125. #1.56, #1.60. #1.75, #2.00, #2.23, #2.50, #3.00, #8.50, *< > VNt Ladies1 Oxfords, at 73. *1.00 #1.23. #1 50. #1 75. #2.00, #2.25, *2 60 #3 00, hum #3 50 Th?? abovi* Shorn and Oafords are in all styles. Our line of Men's, Boys, Mirscs. Children and Infanta Shoes are unsurpassed in style, Wear and Price. tir Don't fail to sec them when in the city. BTl?rPV P. T> A TtffCTT'V 1V1UJUU X CV IVAlUOPi I 30 Balem Avenue, Roanoke. OA.BTOH.IA.. Bean the ^8 Kind You Haw Always Bought T* EASTEP PP In all our (IrpHrliunitH toucli a p ft|i<v r, from Silk- to Waali Qtvtdt, froi Foreign Fabrics to Domestic Weaves. S Every Fancy the Por Easter Tradii eastkr dress goods. For the Spring and Summer we of fer such values as can be had from no other house, and we are offering o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 March 1900

la the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any ether paper lias ever had. FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 11100. DKNIT A WK1IHKK. Publisher*. Phone No. G. I ITS FATE WILL SOON BE KNOWN. The Tact that n certain element of our Virginia people is making a desperate effort to defeat the Ootuuiinsiouer of Valuation law evidences, it seeius to us, the " negro iu the wood pile," to use a homely adage. The argument on the validity of the law was begun in the Supreme Court yesterday. Senator Daniel, appeared for those who oppose the constitutionality of this aet. The briefs of the Attorney-General, who represents the State in sustaining the aet, have been printed. In these the respondents say that they do not of their own kuowledge know whether the act received a majority of all the votes of the members elected to the two houses; that should this court hold that the act was not passed by a Constitutional vote, then they hold n that the act is not one requiring such a vote,as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 March 1900

Jiiacs-^lcgistn. ? 1i tllf I'ONtothc* lu s*l?|l) V? >? tt'init olMr matter. FRIDAY* MARCH W. 1000 'Phone No. ?. And the Ghost Fared Well. Recently, so it is said. Rev B. F Fox, the popular pastor of bhiloh Baptist church (col oml) this place, delivered a lecture at his church,on Main street, taking for bis Bubject "Ghosts" Atter the lecture an entertain IUL'lli whs uviu, rvirvjuiuvuM wnc ?:? tcu, and everything was going along as nicely as if'there were no eucb things as ghosts During the evening, however, Kev. Mr ,Kox hung his overcoat in its accustomed resting place on the church walls, and in his pocket was a purse containing about forty dollars tn currency. Later, the Rev erend went to his overcoat, which he found where be had left it, but the purse and its contents were gone?walked oil' with the ghost perhaps, and the spooky thing had not returned it at lost accounts. That particular ghost, all agreed, had the best of the entertainment that evening. DLHTHKNNnU STOMAt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 March 1900

mm f Time was waen Cancer was considered Physicians ami frietuls could give little r? one afflicted with this terrible disease. Kv n 1 flood disease, they still insist that there : but nt the same time cannot assure vou tli its place, for the disease is in the blood caustic, flesh-destroying plasters. The bl matter l>efore the Cancer sore will heal. S. S. S. is the only medicine that can builds uj? and invigorates the old, and sup can l>e found in it; the roots and herbs the lAood system nml make a safe and j Cancer t's not always inherited ; your fi Impure Blood It or nose, a small Itimn on the iaw or brc little or no attention. If you have an o' at once ; it will cleanse your blood and Mr* K Shirer, I.n Pliita. Mo , write* : " A *i ear on the left side of my face. At first it gave m until the jaw l*eR?n to swell and became much in eat into the flesh, and Rave me intense pain. I ti good. I then began the use of S S. S., and uftet Is now no sign of the disease....

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