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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 May 1900

* . \ s galem ?iw*g~Se|fofe& V ; vr >'? 34 ~ SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, Y^., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 11. 1900 Nn fin CATARRH OF T Rabbi David Klein,620 E. Main street, Columbns, O., writes tho following to ' Dr. liartman in regard to Po-ru-na: 44 It affords ino great pleasure to testify to the cnratlvo merits of your medicino. Fe-ru-na Is a woll-trled and widely used remedy. Especially as a spociilc for co'arrh of tho stomach it cannot bo excelled. Po-ru-na will do all that is claimed for it." Rabbi David Kloln. Tcoplo nflllctcd with catarrh of tho stomach complain of lassitude, all-tircdout feelings, their blood becomes thin, nervous system deranged, food seems to do them no good, continuous and increasing weakness. Tho unfortunato 1 SPPING PF In all our departineuts touch a pi Gloves, from Silks to Wash Goods, froi Foreign Fabrics to Domestic Weaves. Every Fancy the For Spring Tradii SPRING DRESS GOnDS. F??r the Spring *ud Summer we ofr i. ? * - n-r Pin-ii vmurn a* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 May 1900

9 Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, c and has a much larger circulation I than any other paper has ever had. \ FRIDAY. MAY 11, 11)00. a UKMT a WKIIIl.sK, Publishers. .Phone No. 6. t *' ' * J t ? 1 Representative Otey introduced a J bill in the House grunting the right to F. II.* Fries and W. C. Kufllu to a build a dam across New River near c the mouth of Stephen's Creek, Ir * Grayson county, for water power pur- t poses. ' ji The local electiou in Bluefleld on Tuesday for city ofllcers resulted in ft democratic majority of 47. A. H. Laud was elected mayor, J. E. Crock I ett recorder, and H. B. Kltts treas- f urer. Three of the four members of a the council are democrats. f It is worth noticing that the repre- J sentatives of the German press of ten states have met at Chicago and decided to oppose the republicans . this fall because of their subservience ^ to trusts and monopolies. ^ Successful and delightful any girl I may be, even though she cannot stay ? all day in the home. If it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 May 1900

Iinro-Hrgista. *. p i*io X'% PKIDVY. MAY 11. 1900 'Phone No 6 Sash R J^TVZZincry ?hoio! Now that (be Ka-ter selling is over, wt have settled down?expectant of enjoying the biggest trade ever done in Millinery No store ever contained a richer array of exclusive styles in bats, bonnets and toques Miau you'll tind here?Doth those of foreign birth and our own clever creations Our Millinery reflects the mirrorlngs of fashion's smartest conceits and that distinct exclusiveness?so hard to secure?to a great er than any other establishment in Saieui Fur this week we . ffVr many special price inducements Me have a beautiful line of wide ^asli Ribbon which we will for the next five days sell at cost We also offer our children's hats and cape at a Great Reduction for the next ten days. MRS F. G. WEBBER, THE SALEM MILLINER. " SAN" PREBTON'8 XOE . e% PROCLAMATION. The Ice -wagon will start { reguiariy in a aay or two. < The loo Man cannot be dolayed making CHANGE, M \ \ so have yoor TI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 May 1900

Save Your Money. One box of Tutt's Pills will save many dollars in doctors' bills They willsurely cure all diseases of the stomach, liver or bowel No Reckless Assertion l or sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, constipation andbilio ' k ? usness, a million people endorse TUTT'S Liver PILLS The F.iijcIImIi and liriiKcr. " When England goes to limko a new treaty with old man l'aul Krnger, after she hus him soundly thrashed for his stubbornness, the msirunieni snouiu be airtight. Uom Paul has kicked out of ordinary treaties so often that it's no use eutering into an agreement with him that has any sort of an air hole through which he cau crawl when occasion demands, lie has violated the terms of every treaty he ever made with England, run roughshod over the British subjects in the Transvaal, and yet he has sympathizers in this country who would send American ships and soldiers to South Africa to help him whip enemies of his own making, taking Bides with him against people of our own bloo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 May 1900

' VDL 34 SALEM. ROANOKE COPNTY, VA~, FRIDAY MORNING. MAY IS. 1900 .1 Uencml I'unlc A Denver woiuau'e olubdrcided the pant wiuter to an-iujilate knowledge on the subject of chemistry and eoiraged au authority to deliver a court-e of lectures At a receut gathering he whh Illustrating hie remarks with experiiueu'8 All *eut well Until he |i?u>eil k uioiueut nud en Id : " 1 miu uorrj, but I must ask those ladle* wild use face powder containing bismuth TO leave the rooui, as during uiy next experiment the gases 1 will net tree have a peculiar affinity for bismuth aud turn it purple." Whereupon the entire audience save three courageous sisters rose aud lle.i In hot haute. too MewaN *100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there le at least / one dreaded disease that science has been able to care In all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Care is the only positive cure known *0 the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease require...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 May 1900

4 lime$-|UQi0ter. j Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation j than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, MAY 1H, 1W00. UKHir a WKHU?SK, PublUbeiv. jPhone No. 6. BOW OAK IT BE BONE f 'i'lie esteemed Lyuchburg News is a zealous advocate of a constitutional convention, and in its issue of Tuesday presented a very striking exhibit of the difference in the cost of conducting the State government of Virginia over that of North Carolina and (leortria. Ainmiur itn pnnituirisnna w? find the following statement: "Virginia's educational system costs her tax-payers ft,620,000 North Carolina's, with a larger daily attendance, costs #700,000!" While we thiuk there are mauy improvements that could be made to our present constitution, nud we favor a new one for those reasons, we would like to ask our Lynchburg contemparary if it really thiuk the expenses of the public school system in Virginia can be lessened without detriment to the system? It i?? generally couceded tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 May 1900

r .1.1 ? -II II- m I r rt mill lii II i M uco- tUm'jtrt. ?(. '< II. l'k I ????? FRIDAY. MAY 18, 1900. 'Phone No 0 I BOW LABXE8 OAtT 8AVI SONET. Do you want, to mv?* money on your Milliuery 7 Try us. We Rive you the uvwvit and best st)les trimmed In best manner, and charge yon muoh less than others. We have just received a nice line of White Sailors, which we are selling for less money than you can bay elsewhere. We are selling Caps and Children's Hats so Cheap that it will surprise you. We also have a nice line of New Ties, Beits, Buckles, Beanty Pins, Fmus. MRS P. G. WEBBER, THE SALEM MILLINER. Asnonncsmsnt. To tuk Votkss or Balkm I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Sergeant of Salem, 'a position with which you have honored ana navarnl limn In thn nail and f triiftl that ray oonduot of the office haa been sufficiently satisfactory to merit your support again at the approaching election If so, I shall oootlnue to give the duties the best ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 May 1900

ARE YOU BANKRUPT in health, constitution undermined by extravagance in eating, by disregarding the laws of nature, or j physical capital all gone, if so, i NEVER DESPAIR Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you. A or sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, torpid 1 . - i liver, constipation, biliousness j and all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills an absolute cure. REMARK ABEin. TALE. Alleged CorrespondenceBetween Christ and Abgaras V or Edessa. A remarkable story comes from the Homo correspondent of the Daily Express, who sends an antheutio facsimile of a wonderful Doric Creek inscription, the discovery of which on the gateway of an old place in Ephebus was anounced to the members of the Archaeological Congress in Home by Professor Bohrmanu, of Vienna University. The fac simile was submitted to Professor Murray, of the British Museum. He declares it to be of the highest possible Importance, tending as it does to establish the authenticity of the correspondence alleged by Eusebiu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 May 1900

it \ $0 -gl- I ? ? J 1 ft V )L. 34 SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 25. 1900 - MO *o Preacher "rlee Town ~haroh. Toledo. <). May 14 ?*? I Am satisfied that the cbuicbes of today are doing more harm in tbe world than the aalnona *' said Rev. Dr. liberies Pattou to ail ultra-fashion ab'e audience in a local theatre today A prot found : enaction and some show of a demonat rat in followed but Dr Patton continue*! bu address He outlined a liberal chU'ch that omld and would command and retain the respect <>f tbi kin* mei.; a bur-'b thac kepi wiibiu the pr. .jut limits *?f it? fli e ai.d one tbat won d coui trance and encourage the legitimate auiu?enietits of men lie proposed pool and billiard tabhs bowling alleys and sbuflleboards. chess and checkers and pretty much every o her form of entertainment preferred by men He declared rum to be tbe one great evil of tbe w- rid and barred it from tbe life of man FREE BLOOD OUBB. An Offer Proofing Fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 May 1900

?imc!S-?legteter. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1900. DKNIT Jb WRllltUK, Publisher*. Phone No. (3. TMUXPE OF KENTUCKY J5EXOOBATS. The Supreme Court of the United States Monday decided that it had no jurisdiction in the contest forGovership of Kentucky, which makes Beckham, the Democrat, governor and ousts Taylor and his military usurpers. x utt ui ucuuiuiv) , uuucr the provisions of the Constitution of that State, is the arbiter of contests for State1 officers. There was, said Chief Justice Fuller, who delivered the opinion of the court, no appeal from the Legislature's decree " except to the tribunal of the people." The case was one which related exclusively to the State, anu 44 Kentucky is in full possession of its faculties as a member of the the Union." This decision by the highest court in the land effectually disposes of all of 41 Governor " Taylor's pretension. Tho program of assissinatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 May 1900

ii. '.Minihrt i. ? "!*?> >?*! * FRIDAY MAY 35. 1900. 'Phone No TAX?3! TAXES!! To the tax puyereof the town of Salen Please settle your taxes for lHtH? hy the Urn of Jimp and oblige. Kesnectfully, j. b. frier, 8. t. 8. KEMKF IN BIX IIUVRN. Dlstroaslnir Kidney and llladdcr Disease relieved in six hours by "New Great Soutii t American Kidney- Cure." It Is airroat surf?rtse on account of ltd oxccedltiK promptness n relic vintr |>aln in bladder, kidneys and back In male or female. Kelloves retention of water almost immediately. If you waot quick rellof and cure this Is the remedy." Sold by Dlllard & Porslnjrer. Druggist, Salem, Va. Tetter, Salt-ltlieuni and Keieinn. The intense itching and smarting, inci b-nt to these diseases, is instantly allay* applying Chamberlain's Eye an oKin Ointment. Many very bad case have been permanently cured by it. li is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples, chapped hands, chi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 May 1900

To those 5iving in malarial districts 'i utt's Pills arc indispcnsible, they keep the system in perfect order and are an absolute cure for sick headache, indigestion, malaria, torpid liver, constipation and all hilious diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills 1 TKl fc TO Tllfc LAST. I Now York l.ifc.l "The time lias come for me to speak," lie said, going over to the luautel, and leaning his head ab, ntractedly against the cold, hard brick. " My dear, before we are married, and while there is yet time to pause, m> conscience bids me tell you the truth about myself. 1 have deceived you even about my age. Not only am I 40, instead of 01, but 1 aiu a widower. I stay out uights when 1 feel like it. 1 smoke all over the house, am a crank about my meals, llud fault all the time, hector the servants, never no anywhere to oblige any one else, drink more tlmu I ought to, swear regularly, and, in fact, am a vulgar, disagreeable, hide-bound, grulT, inhospitable, irritable, inconsiderate, insuffe...

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

-?-yj ^ ^ ^ ^ / ~ 35 ~ SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 1. 1900 ~ - l*..Wll?T III I OH It luiivfk f(?*ryMilnu l*i figh'; -odo drastic mineral pill-, but bo?h are mighty .dnogt*r->UM Don't d>u?iuite the delta-*to machinery of your body ? with calomel, orofHii oil or ><loea pills, when l>r Khi^'h N w Lift' Pills, which are gentle as a summer breeze, do the work perfectly. Cure a Headache, Couatipation- Only 35c at W. T. Vouuger'c drug store. It's about an even thing between man aud the orange-peel. Sometimes the man throws the orauge-peel into the gutter, and semetimes the orangepeel throws the man into the gutter. CASTORIA. Beart the J) Ito Y?u Ha?0 Always Bought " After Fullering from piles for llfteen yearn I was cured by using two boxes of DeWirt's Witch Hazel Sulve," writes W. J. Baxter. North Brook, N C. It heals everything Beware of counterfeits?Dillard & reminder. Paint Your fjk House! J " ^ The...

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

limcg-ftagtatcr. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper lias over had. FRIDAY. JUKE t. 1U00. DKNIT A WKIIUiSK, PublUhera. Phono No. 6. ENDORSE THE CONVENTION. Tno State Glvee a Majority of About: 13,000 in Ita Favor., The returns so far received by the secretary of the Commonwealth from last Thursday's election show that notwithstanding the very light vote polled, the people have endorsed the proposition for a Constitutional convention bv a maioritvof about jy.OOO. With seven counties yet to hear from the vote stands as follows : For the convention 511,802 Against the convention 151,217 Majority for . 18,585 This will not be materially changed, it is believed, and all things considered is a very substantial majority for the measure. A GOOD SIGN. We are gratified to see it announced that bouio of the prominent judges in Virginia are showing a willingness to act as delegates to the forthcoming Constitutional Convention. If there ever w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 June 1900

ij ?{, *%? lU'ittl. Kniered at the Postofflce. in Balem, Va. aa second clam matter. FRIDAY, JUNK 1, 1000. 'Phono No. 0. ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND J $ t jrainrAtiier* Thoro is no kind of pain J for ache, internal or ?xter>f t'nal, that Pain-Klller wlllf I) not relievo. I ! ) LOOK our FOR IMITATIONS ANO SUB-| | 'kSTITUTES. THE GENUINE BOTTLE? ' . BEARS THE NAME. * ' (I PERRY DAVIS A SON. < I Of Oourw You Are Going. Arrangements have been made to run a special train to be styled " The Norfolk Special" from Roanoke to Norfolk. Only $3 50 the round trip. This train will Irave Roanoke at 7:30 a. m June 19th, Blue Kidge Springs. 7:53; Montvale, 8.01; Bedford city, 8:23; Forest, 8:31, arriving at Norfolk about 4:30 p. m Returning leaves Norfolk on the 21st at 9 p. m. A delightful three-days trip for business or pleasure. Plenty of time to visit Old Point Comfort. Virginia Beach, Hitninfnn PKnaKnu Asson V*a? UfilUwikw ? u\rvwuo( WIUU 1 IV1V| 11 UIVIVTI/J 8pit, Newport News, C...

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

A Strong Fortification. Fortify the Body against disease by Tutt's Liver Fills, an absolute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, jaundice, biliousness and all kindred troubles. "The Fly-Wheel of Life" Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever be grateful for the accident that ! n ought them to my notice.I feel as if 1 had a new lease of life. f. 1' airleigh, Platte Cannon, Col. Tutt's Liver Pills A REMARKABLE STORY." It Contains a Tiny Music Box nutl lias a Pathetic History. The most charming little ring aud illtprPKtlnn' llfflo i ? <i 11 ?-? ??wio tunu lu int? worm is the property of Mr. Temple of Loudou. This gentleman is a nephew of the celebrated Sir Richard Temple, and the ring in question is a highlyprized old family heirloom. Its history is pathetic and romantic in the extremo. Inside of this tiny circlet of gold are the works of a perfect little music box. You touch a spring and hold the ring quite closo t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 June 1900

g^*" * '"* * ' "T ' ^ I I l 'j ._ ?? i . ' ?| VOL. 35. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 8. 1900. N0 9 I _ V''? -* ?8 CIRLHOOD, WOMANH0 Ajp? Renovated, Regula Pelvic Catarrh F M rs. K. O. "Everly. Mra. If!. C. Erctly^iflG Diamond Street, # Philadelphia, Pa, says: "I feel wirtl, nevev felt better; thanks for your attention and Pe-ru-na. I will be glad to do all I can in the way of advancing the sale of your valuable modicino. I do think Po-ru-na the best modicino I have tried at any time. Sinco I began taking Pe-ru-na wo have nover been without It." Read what an elderly woman says?a Woman who has passed through all the phases, crises and experiences of girlhood, womanhood and motherhood:" I really believe that every woman In the World ought to liavo Pe-ru-na on hand all the time; for, if she gets tired, Po-runa refreshes her; if alio gets nervous, it Soothes her; if despondent, it cheers SPPWG pp In all our departments touch a j Gloves, from Silks to Wash Goods, fro Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 June 1900

r ? _ ? " Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. J INK 8, 1000. OKNi r & WK1I1I3K. Publisher?. Phone No. 6. JUST THIRTY-FIVE TODAY. The Timks-Rkuistkii has reached and passes this week her thirtj'-llfth year, and she starts toward the next year mark with her tail curled and her head erect. Each year's experience is a help and a pleasure, aud we feel that each one binds us closer to our steadfast patrons aud friends. In answer to a question as to when he thought that the Philippine war wouiu no over, ex-opeaaer tveeu nas answered, "Over where':" The story is again sent out that Aguiualdo, the Pbillipiue clileftain, wjis killed by American soldiers recently. But he has been so often " killed " by them that the thing has gotten to be a ghostly joke. The trouble is he don't stay killed. In speaking of the proposition to limit the suffrage of the colored people in this State, the Bristol (Conn.) Press, a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 June 1900

$imes-|Ugistet. <nier?d at tie 4'oetotHce, in Salem. Va. m aScomt-cJaM matter. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1000. 'Phono No. 0. CORK AU TODR RAINS WITH p I Pain-Killer, i A Medicine Che.t In lUelf. SIMPLE. SAFE AND QUICK CURE FOR H Cramps, Diarrhoea, Coldo, g Coughs, Nouralgia, Rheumatism. 2S and 60 cent Boltlet. % g| BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. BUY ONLY THE GENUINE, g PERRY DAVIS' S ammatlon For Publlo School Ctrtlfloatci. The * Uniform Examinations for public school certificate will be held in Salem as follows : For white teachers. June 2C> ami 27, at public school building on Academy street. For colored teachers, June 28 and 29, at public school building on Water street. Civil Government will be added , this year, and the examination on the subject will be based ou Toterman's Elements of Civil Government. R. C. 8TKARNES, jl2t 8upt. of Schools Rofcnoke county. ML* AW ERTH.AV PflUV Taken up by rae, on my premises in Salem, on Monday, May '28tb, 1000, a PONY, which the owner can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 June 1900

smid J9AH SiXXflX djhj oitqosquuu 'sosuosip pojp -Uiq puuuonudiisuoD 4ssdus:?oi -|1C| *UIJrjUUl,Oipi!p?.?H >piS JO J *A'poa SnOJOSfX V oonpoad puu spA\oq oip ojiqn -Soj Aoq^ J0A!'I S."UJ jo osn juuojsujoo oqj Aq J.q: -jo jjjjjotl ui tuojsAs oqi doo>] miTOH Competent Testimony. " How Khali I prove the siucerity ol xuy ucvouon?' askeit iuo young mat who had beeu mo long coining to tin |ioiut that doubt had begun toaecuni ulate ugaiust hiui. " Call the parson in as a witness,* suggested the young lady who mean business. Troubled by the Typo. Managing ISditor?What was it tha young fellow wanted 1 Oflice Boy?He says that he wroh a sonnet entitled " Dollie's Dimples,1 and it got into tho paper lieade< *' Dollies Pimples," and that ho wauti it explained, as it got him into trou Yiln wiMi uAuiiiMiSni* 1% x* imllo/1 l*li MIV ** ?? ! DV?IIVV?? "UfS ? v VUIICU 1111 feeaunny. I TAo Time Cornea to every elderly -woman when an 1m| portant functional change takes p...

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