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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 April 1900

8 '.# m HI lie Jalem Slmes-geflfefee. I ; t ' \ML. 34. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 6. 1900. =~wTTfs I in An trunks SPBI86 1900 i ' ' ^ S We are showing a complete line of ^ Ladies' fipcShocs n t; at *100. *1 25, *1 50, *1 60. *1.75, h *2 00. *3 25, *2 50, *3 00, *3.50, ? and * .00. Ladies' Oxfordsf c at 75. *1.00. *1 25, *1 50, *1 75, *2.00, I *2.25, *2 50, *3.00, au.l *3 50 g The above Shoe* and Oxfords are t Id all styles. Our line of Men's, Boys. Misses. Chil- |i dren and Infants hboes are unsurpassed in g style. Wear and Price f tW Don't fail to see them when tn 1 the city c RIELEY & RAMSEY. 30 Halem Avenue, Roanoke. t OASTORIA. Bears tho KM You Have Always Bought f EASTEp ppi In all our departments touch a pol Gloves, from Silks to Wash Goods, from Foreign Fabrics to Domestic Weaves. Every Fancy the ] For Easter Tradin EASTER DRESS GOODS. * a For the Spring ami Summer we of fer such values as can be had from no other house, auil we are offering...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 April 1900

Is the Oldest Newspaper iu Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. APRIL <, 1000. DKNIT A WK1S1IBK. Publisher*. 1 jPhone No. 6. The Court of Appeals on Saturday decided the Commissioner of Valuation act to be unconstitutional, and this, doubtless, caused much grntillcation to the tax-dodgers. Hon. It. T. Hubard, of Buckingham county, has been nominated by the Republicans of the Tenth district, for Congress. He is a brother of our townsman. Rev. E. \V. Hubard, and Is likely to be wounded iu Queries or drowned by a Flood. Our Republican friends in this State are talking about urging the nor"'nation of Col. J. D. Brady for vice-president. Now that's au interesting rumor. They must want to put up a joke on President McKinley, or else vice-presidential timber in that camp is getting thundering scarce. Those who are so elated over the decision of the Court of Appeals, declaring void the Commissioner of Valuation act, had as well make ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 April 1900

?iMCO-|*egioter. Entered at the PostotHce, in 8alem, Va. as socond-clasa matter. FRIDAY, APRIL, G, 11)00. 'Phone No. 0. ItlNTHCSNntl M OM ?<n IMNKANK Permanently cured by I he masterly power ot South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer. because this irreat rem edy can euro them all. It Is u euro for tlie whole world of stomach weakness and Indigestion. The euro begins with the tlrst dose. The relief it brings Is marvellous andsurnrls Ina. It iiutkes no failure ; never dl*ap|>oiuts. No matter how long you havo suffer* d, your cure is certain under the use of th's are ,t health-giving force Pleasant and always safe Mold bv Lllllard & Porsingcr. druggist. Salem. Va. " 0 Having improved my fowls 1 have e?rgs to sell from thorough bred Whito Wyuudotts at 50 cents per setting of thirteen. Mkr. JostK it I'kck, 2m High Street, Salem, Va. EASTEIt OPENING ! Pn* miiiineru Itubj's <'h|?n, Ac. April 10, 11 & 12. t/Atf;, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 April 1900

?BLOI In some cascs the ei victim is firmly within t is known. In'otlier eo* swollen g'juuls, mucus ' throat, eruptions on sk leave no room for doubt, as these are all ut; Doctors still prescribe mercury and not era is never yet made a complete ami pcniiai back into tlie system, cover it up for a vrliil rheumatism ami the most offensive sores ai potash niako wrocks, rot euros, and t S. S. S. acts in an entirely different in instead of tearing down, builds up and in> therefore the only cure '.'or Contagious B though pronounced incurable by the docto new, uutHcd remedy; an experience of u only j urely vegetable blood medicine knor Mr. It. I,. Myers, 100 Mulberry St., N'wgtk, N pread all over my body. 1 licsc soon broke outj' ever for this. All correspondence is held "PROGBESSIONAL." (Dedicated to Mr. Mudyard Pipling > Parody on Mr. Kudyard Kipling's " Recessional," by i\ W. Kelt?., late president of the Orange Free Btato, and novr secretary oi urango 1 ree Mates ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 April 1900

T!gy - *ViM ^ 34. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL .13 1.900 yjn TWO VERY PROMir Ha^ Hon.Wra. Younablood, Auditor for tbo Interior. Washington, D. Cn Dec. 10,1898. F?-ru-na Drug JMTg Co., Columbus, O.t Gentlemen?7've often hoard ytmr groat modicino and hare persuaded my wife, who has boon much of a sufferer from catarrh, to try Po-ru-na, and nftcr using ono bottle sho has wonderfully improved. It has proved all.you have claimed for it, and I tako ploasuro in rocommendlng it to anyono who is afflicted with catarrh. Yours, , Wm. Youngblood, Auditor for tho Interior. Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly becoming a national curse. An undoubted remedy has been discovered by Dr. Ilartman. This remedy has been thoroughly tested during the past forty years. Pe-ru-na cures catarrh In all stages and phases. There is no romedy that can bo substituted. EASTEP PF In oil n... -1 * * 1 JU ?*?i VIII UU|/tl I UICUIP IUUUU 11 J" Gloves, from Silks to Wash Goods, fror Foreign Fabri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 April 1900

?imc$-?Ugister. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation l than any other piper has ever had. ' FRIDAY. APRIL la, lyoo. < ? DKN1T St WKUHiiSB, Fubll?h?>r?. ( Phone No. (5. , im ""' " iaRr M^lfe : MUCH AT STAKE, Every Democrat who can possibly i do so, should attend the Mass-Meetiug at the courthouse on Mouday next to select delegates to the State , convention. This is a very important meeting, since the sense of the voters of the county on the question of a constitutional convention will probably be called forth, and in {Missing upon a question iuvolvingso much of vital interest to the whole people, as full expression as possible should be secured. The State and the party has much at stake in the determination of this subjeot. Come out if possible. HEEE'S AEBOOANOE FOB YOU. A remarkable statement has recently been made by Mr. F. (1. Corker and of the directors of a cotton mill contemplated at Dublin, (4a. says the Baltimore Sun. Mr. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 April 1900

Entered at the Poetoffloe, in 8*1 am, Va. aa second-class matter. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1?00. 'Phono No. 0. PEM0CRATI3 MAS3 MEETING. A ma** lUPft'iiK of 'he Democratic v< teo of Roanoke county will b?* belo at tlie our? house on Monday. April 10th (court day) at 12 o'' ock noon for the purpoee of electing 0 delegates and 0 alternates to represent the county in the State Convention which will # be held in the eity of Norfolk on the 2nd day of May Salem district will be entitled to 21 dehgates. Big Lick district to 2 delegates, Ca\e Spring district to 11 delegates and Catawba to J a delegate. All qualified voters, who are opposed to Republican methods, aud in favor of local self government, and the true principles of Democracy, and who will support the nominees of the next National Democratic Convention.are cordially invited to participate A. M BOWMAN, County Chairman niSTREfWINU (STOMACH DINKAMR Permanently cured by the maetorly power ot South American Nervine Tonic. Invalidne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 April 1900

is -" y.T vr* \ ^...?*?? , HUKKD ll(!ltilLUt> KILI. \ | It ?V. Tli?-n Itnitl itiul (Ai; Three W:?IIH'II ill flu* lloUHC. ltarncsville, 0., April 8.?Two masked men broke into the house at' Buuuuer ton of Mrs. James War rack, an aged widow, at 1 o'clock this morning. Living with Mrs. Warrack he grand-daughter, another young woman and her grandson, Clarence War rack, aged 10 years. The women were awakened by the threats of the intruders, but young Warrack, on hearing the men, came out of his room and ordered them to leave. A scuttle ensued, in which Warrack was shot and killed. The burglars then bound and gagged the three women aud ransacked the house, but got only six cents in money. It was daylight before one of the*women freed herself and gave the alarm. Bloodhounds were put on the trail of the murderers but they could not find the scent. Tried Friends Best. For thirty years Tutt's Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Fact ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 April 1900

mm - W . :?K A * #5 iwl '^B * _ ' !__ ' v )L 34 " " SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20. 1900 NO 47 A NOTED TAMMANY ABOUT PERUNA, THE II CONGRESSMAN AMOS J. CC New Yohk, Oct. 11th, 1S98. Po-ru-naDrug M'f'g Co., Columbus,O.: Gentlemen?Po-ru-na is good for catarrh. I liavo tried it and know It. It relieved me immensely ou my trip to Cuba, and I always have a bottlo in reserve. Since my return I liavo not eutTored from catarrh, but If I do I shall ,,f.n ? unu A V-t U-UI* U^aill. lUt'ttUUIUU yuu might send mo another bottle. Yours, Amos J. Cummings, M. C. Hon. W. O. Llcnallaji, a prominent politician of Moscow, Idaho, and a clerk Hon. W. U. LlcnuHon. In tho United States Seuato document room, speaks in the following terms of Pe-ru-ua: Senate ciumneii, ) Wasixinuton, D. C. ) Pe-ru-na Drug M'Pg Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen?I lravo used Pe-ru-nn for catarrh of tho stomach, and after tho uso of ono bottlo I felt very muchTclioved. I had suffered for months before I heard of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 April 1900

lime* Ifcpstet # Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other piper has ever had. 11 FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 1U00. {j IIKNIT A WK11HXK, rubll?h?r?. q Phone No. (3. * * \ ? 1 WILL ONLY BLEED THE TRUSTS. i In order to "tap" the trusts for large campaign contributions and at ? the same time to placate the people < prior to the campaigu tlio Republl- 1 cans propose to pass a joint resolution 1 through the House at least providing j for au amendment to the Constitu- j tiou of the United States giving Con- f gress explicit power to control trusts j by legislation. The subcommittee on i the Judiciary has made n report, ? favoring the adoption of such a resolution. It is also proposed to bring in a new anti trust law. These will be used as a 14 club," and a large campaign iuuu is expected us a result. A EEEAK fROM PAEESUBST. The Rev. Dr. Charles H. Parkhurst, t New "York's sensational parson, preached a Bermon in his church < Presbyteria...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 April 1900

U iU'9- ftcqistrt. FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 1000 'Phone No. 0 c?L First-Class Hillioery a*f[t SmaZZ J>ric?s... THAT'S the keynote of oaj. wonderfully great Millinery business; tlmt'e the whole secret of our selling so many bonnets, so many milliner's fixtures. It's a sight to see our magnificent display?literally hundreds of hats to suit every faoe, every fancy, every style hat and bon net?the daintiest products of the fertile imaginations of French designers faithfully copied and in many instances actually improved on by our artists. Ladies, don't fail to eet our Drices and see our Millinery before huyiDg , your spring hat. MRS F. G. WEBBER, j THE SALEM MILLINER HI DIRTREMINU ATOMAt'II DIAEANB ( Permanently cured by the masterly power of 8outh American Ncrvlno Tonic. Invalids need suffor no longer. bocauso this groat rem 1 edy can euro them all. It is a cure for tho < whole world of stomach weakness and Indigestion. The euro begins with tho first dose. The relief It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 April 1900

TO FIGHT TEE TRUSTS. Knights of Labor Will Conduct An Activa Campaign. New York, April lD.-Tbe order of the Knights of Labor has decided to oouduot ?i powerful cainpaigu against the trusts during the next six months* TI?o general executive board of the Knights of Labor yesterday made public a circular letter ordering all organizers in the eouutry attached to the order to immediately begiu an agitation against trusts and criminal fittil ?* > trnuuivn 1 ti it ti t\i\t\U ' i f (tut). VC>PI IV VVI/J ? VW |? itjtl. 44 The issue/' says the circul ir, 41 as to whether the trusts, combinations ami military forces shall control our free Uoverutuout is upon us. If we fail to act and take advantage of the titue ami opportunity it will not be loug before we shall witness the linal overthrow of our free institutions and the erection of a despotism. 41 The ureal combinations of capital into what are popularly known as trusts have beeu enormously strengthened and systematized...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 April 1900

jsy* '. '? } <N> . f * - I lie jaletn limes ^geikfee. VX)L. 34. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 27. 1900 yp 48 The DearntM of Batter. One of tbe most eminent authorities on consumption, Dr. Hughes Bennett, of London, made the remark that 41 The main causes of consumption are the dearuess cf butter aud the abundauce of pastry cooks " It # is evident from this that the doctor believed that the poor and underfed are unable to obtain sufficient- fat, while the digestion of tbe wealthy class is upset- by their rich pastries so that- they do not assimilate the pro|H*r amount of fat. In either o*se t is a question of fat We must have fat In souie form cheap euough for the poor. Mud easy enough for the enfeebled digestion of ,he rich Cod liver oil in its c ude coudltiou is both too difficult, and uuple -sunt or any one, bur. in the form of Scott's Emulsion, as unuufac1 ured by Scott & Bowne. it is not ouly easy to digest, and pleasaut to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 April 1900

la the Oldeat Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper lias ever had. FRIDAY. APRIL 27, 11)00. DtENIT A WKllllZlt, Publisher*. ;Phone No. 0. The State couiiuittee will meet in Norfolk on the ni^ht of May 1st. The Doers continue to make things mighty interesting for Lord Roberts's army around Wepctier. Senator Daniel's eloquence iu favor of seating Mr. Quay could not offset the silent power of Hose Ilannu, who was a^iu hiin. In cousequence, Quay fell dead. Roanoke is considering thj mutter of netting up a graud trade carnival for the near future, aud by all uieauB her enterprising citizens should push it to a successful conclusion. They can do it. Montgomery Democrats, iu their meeting on Tuesday, endorsed Mr. Sidney Sheltman for delegate from this district to the National contion. If they canuot elect him, however, the Timks-Rbqistkr earnestly invites them to assist in electing Roanoke county's choice for that honor?that veteran Democrat, Col. R. 11...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 April 1900

iimcs-J&cgistet. 1 Kiitered at the PoetotHce, in Salem, Va. 1 as second-class matter. FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1900. 'Phone No. 0. t First-Class Millinery JJt ^maXl prices... ?nn a ino si. . i. ... 1 ll f ' (Mm i ii a i r* mi?- iiu?? ui ? w n.it?'ifui9\ ut ;it Milhiifry * T hu?it)f8o; thxtV the wlinlt* h* cret of our selling no many boon tn, m? imtny ' milliuer'n tlxtuivM. It1* h ni|(ht to M>t? ^ our uiaKuifli'ent di?pi*y?lit?*r*l'y hundred* of huts to suit every face. s? ?very fancy, every style Imt and bon net.?the del' tipxt products of the b fertile imagination* of Freneli desjg 01 nera faithfully copied and in inauy iuHtaucca actually improved on by '* our artixtH. Ladies, don't fail to get our prices al and see our Millinery before buyiug C( your spring but. MRS F. a WEBBF.R, t> THE SALEM MILLINER n Phyticlan's Ugly Plight. aj ??? Dr. A. Montelro, one of the best known w physicians ill the State, at ouc time8o{>erln- ^ teudent of the State...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 April 1900

HpRPqjW . ?f ; ^ i nji^ w Arrest disease by the timely use of Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity. Always cures SICK HEADACHE, sour stomach- malaria, indigestion, torpid t r, constipation and nil bihous diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS KKI VKK'N IIOMK. tl'oiiicn Who l.ivr?l Willi <l?-iil*s I'Rtulljr l*rni*e 111 ill. Mrs. Martha Van dor Valk, whc, with her husband, Kev. Dr. Marchonus Vau dor Valk, formed a part of President Kruger's household, has just arrived from theTrausvual. Ilt-r husband, whose father had been a closer friend of the Doer President, was tutor to the three Kruger children. She says: " My husband found the two sons and daughter of President Kruger very highly educated. Indeed, he discovered that his main duties were to instruct them in biblical lore, although they had received much re ligious instruction from their father. " Although the Krugers are rich, there is no waste anywhere about their house. They give lavishly to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 May 1900

. * # V >L 34 * SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4. 1900 lvrTTo Slopay?I don't seem to get anjr better. Doctor. 1 r Dr. Kroft?You worry too much, ' thut's what's the matter. Slopay?Oh! I don't think I do. Dr. Kraft?Ah! but I think you do. Now there's that last year's bill of mine. Don't you think you'd feel better if you had thut off your mind ? " l>e Witt's Little Karlv Risers are the finest pll s I ever used "?I). J Moore, Milbrook. Ala Tbev quickly cure all liver and bowet troubles Dillard A PerainKer. It Is Huid In Washington that Mo Kluley and Roosevelt will he the presidential ticket of the Republican party. Tks Oearuem of Batter. WW One of the most eminent author 14 tiee on consumption. Dr. Hughes 0 Uannatt r\t T j^niiAti matlafha rnttinrh that " The main causes of consumption are the clearness of butter and I the abundance of pastry cooks." It 1 is evident from this that the doctor u believed that the poor and underfed f are uuabie to obt...

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

iimes-gUflistcr. Id the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1900. DKNIT A WKllllKK. PublUhor*. Phone No. 6. op? The selection of our esteemed townsman, Col. R. II. Logan, us a delegate from this district to the National Democratic convention, by the Stato convention yesterday, was a fitting recognition of the services of that worthy gentleman to liie party and State, and is a source of mucb gratification to his many friends. The Timks-Kkuistkk is especially pleased at his selection. With its last issue that splendid county paper, the Rockingham Register, passed under the sole control and proprietorship of Mr. Adolph II. Snyder, who for the past ten years has been associated with Mr. Giles Pevier in its publication. That veteran editor, full of years of activity and usefulness, sold out his interest in the business to Mr. Snyder and retired. Mr. Snyder is a young man of recognized ability, a graduate of Roauok...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 May 1900

. \ \ '?- tUifi'jui t? f ... FRIO iY. VI VY I. li*>? 'limit- Mil Sash Ribbon. JffillinQTTj ?}hoto! Now that the Ra ter selling is over, *< have nettled down?expectant of enjoying the biggest trade ever done in MUliuery Wo store eyer contained a richer array of exclusive styles in hats, bonnets and toqu** than you'll find here? tn-th tboee of foreign birth and our own clever creations Our Millinery r? H Ha the mirroring* of fcuM<i-?nV mu>trteni ounceiu and that disiim t exHuslyeiiewi?so hani to secure?to a area" r rhan any other establishment in Salem K??r this w??-k <* ff- r many special prior inducements Me have a beautiful line of wide f-'asb Kibbon whicb we will for the next five days sell at coet. We also offer our children's bate and caps at a Great Reduction for the next ten days. MRS F. G. WEBBER, THE SALEM MILLINER. " DAN" PRSST0XT3 XGS . PtOOLAXATXCV. Uk The loe wigon will start regularly In a day or two. The loe Mau ca...

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

? A CLEAR HEAD; good digestion; sound sleep; a | fine appetite and a ripe old age, are some of the results of the use of Tutt's Liver Pills. A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue. A Known Fact. I An absolute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour stomach,dizziness, constipation | , bilious fever, piles, torpidliver | and all kindred diseases. , Tutt's Liver Pills , KKITOK i\l> HOER. ' Man for man the boor beats the Briton. The campaign is ending l>y ! overwhelming the little republic with j a quarter of a million of soldiers.? There is a limit to the Boer's power to resist, lie is not ubiquitous. He \ has no porta. The swift British crui- _ sers keep out of the near by Portu- [' guesc harbor all vessels with Hour, powder, or guns for the republican " forces. The Dutch army is blockaded. Their fate is fixed. They lack the stubborn courage of the Confederate. Tijc Boer seems demoralized when the enemy begins to invade his...

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