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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1903

TIMES-REGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, HKM MONEY TO LEND. ? | For clouts 8cv?ml amouute of to $1,CC0, on real estate aecurltj A| ply quick. ' W. W. MOKFKTT. I CHILDREN'S | I Slum!.! be carefully watched a while in school. hiii! if tin y com- ? iiliiiu uf pain about tin" "-yen, f.r a lie v.. lu'Milaolu'.or uiihmk to boo 4s ili-imcilv. either near <>r lar; it "2 la four duty aa pareuUoi guardw ians*o hsvo their ojren carefully W examined and the necessary *8| attontion given to tbem at once. fl Do you uke to read in the long B winter evening* ? Then have JH your eyoe properly fitted with B DK ROBT. L. MOORE, fl Eye Specialist, <(524 N. Broad St. Salem, Va. 9 I lours V30 p. m. to 0 a. m. <9 Moll Vhone 12? ?G Hoanoke <XTlce Salem Ave. fl '** S * w ; rr" Just Tale a Look AT THAT APPBT1ZINU . iiiaui.av ni' GOOD THINGS TO EAT FOU YOUR TMsgirag Dioiier AT No matter what it is, nor where grown, we've got it. Just come and see...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1903

1 The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so (lecepdeaths ure caused ^rr^*V cttSt-'? pneumonia, lllrSv IfTt heart failure or jll t- uiioplexy are often E=-lV?^atW V\^ I rcsu'* hidI kidney trouble is Wv%-\ll'a mIr] ? allowed to advance thekidney-poisoni . ieO- ed blood will attack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained ouickest by a proj>er treatment of the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you can make 110 mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in jwssing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, atul to get tip many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamj?-Root ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1903

**r, LOSS Of M When you can't eat breakfast, take Scott's Emulsion, When you can't tat bread and butter, take Scott's Emulsion. When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing, take Scott's Emulsion. To get fat you must eat fat. Scott's Emulsion is a great fattener, a great strength giver. i i nose who have lost flesh want to increase all body (issues, not only fat. Scott's I mulsion increases them all, b >ne, flesh, blood and nerve. For invalids, for convalescents, for consumptives, f r 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. a??????-? Wc will send you Be sura th.it this picture in the form of a label it on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. scon & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St,' N. Y. 50c. and $11 all druggists. POPULAR MEDICAL DELUSIONS. ?? <> Kumllv 1'hvNiclnn Tell* I Oi' Home...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 December 1903

I THOSE U MBit EL LA SALADS Onrdeiis In Very Queer PlacesDisplay at Temple Harden. Take an old umbrella and op ?n it. Well soak the fabric with water and sprinkle over it mustard and cress seed. Put the umbrella anywhere?on a coping, flat roof or any position where it can get plenty of sun, and water it well two or three times daily. In a week or two ft nrnti nf oypo!lont 1 i art-toll uol_ v? vj/ v* vavvuvii v OWI" ad " tnay bo cut. The garden on tho roof of the South wark Police Station was brought into prominence laat Rummer, but there is 0110 in au even moro remarkable position within a stone's throw of Answer's office. This has been made a stone ledge of the Thames Embankment on the west side of lfiackfriar's bridge. It is tho work of the men of the lire lloat which is stationed there, aud every atom of soil has to bo carried, basketful and basketful, to tho spot. It cau ouly be reached from dry land by means of a laddor, so that its position is unique. It is vory tastefully lai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 January 1904

^ - ? ? 111 V1 -? . ' ~ ^falcro ?itnts? Register \ * ?onsotibrticb % ^To*>cmbw 16, 1903. * ^?????p????m?????i?i? n ii i i Vol. 38. SaLbm; VIRGInTa/THU RSD AT, JANUARY 7, 1904! No. 32. . WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington, D. C., Jan. 2.?The so rial season at the national capitoi burst into bloom on New Year's day # and continues to be a whole boquet of fuuctlons until the advent of lent. The occupants of the White House are expected to set the pace, and as the president Is a young man, with an interesting family of boys and girls, he gives more, and a greater variety of entertainments, than have most other presidents. The usual and regular official reception to the forelgu diplomats and | the officers of the government, with a long line of the public bringing up ' the '. ear, was held on the first day of i tho new year beneath smiling skies. The first of the series of cabinet din- | ncn;. to the president was given by the secretary of state on the 29th of December. Mr. Hay bei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 January 1904

r TIMES-REGISTER. and SENTINEL. : # * THURSDAY. JANUARY 7. 1004 A Newly Married Woman*# Peace of Soul. The basis of a newly married woman's peaco of soul is trust. She feels . that the responsibility is on her husband to make good the manly qualities with which she has endowed him. and because of which she lias consented to become his mate. Occasionally during the first few months of her married life Constance laughed to think that all her maidenly eagerness to solve the riddle of life brilliantly, and all her profound searching of the mysteries of the universe should have ended in her becoming an every-day house-wife with dust-pan and brush, and the wife of one who, to all outward appearance, was an every-day young man. But her laugh savored of gladness. She had given herself to him because she hhd faith that his enerav. self-reliance, fearless humor and sympathetic hatred of shams would distinguish him presently from the common herd of men. and vindicate her infatuation. She had g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 January 1904

I " ' >,*' r , aij ,i , 'V ,? TINES-IVEGISTCR and SENTINEL. THURSDAY. JANUARY 7, 1904. TO LEND. On good real eHtate security I Roanoke olty and tn lloanoke an Bedford counties $500, $700, $1,0C and-larger sums. Mokfktt & Fox, Ualem and Roanoke City, Va. | Chr^as &? should bo bright and clear, but M If thoro in defective vision tho jH oyos will not have that natural MK sppoaranco which they should mm Make Mother, Father, Sinter, DroUior or Friend happy Xmaa W and all through tho coming New ' I ? Year by rcheviug that Eye fi n Strain and llcadacno with a pair B R of our 1'ertcet Fitting Glasses. gj n3 You uauuot give a more useful n Av present. Call on fl M DR. KOBT. L. MOORE, I ? 034 N. Iiroad kb^'^Baiem, Va. 9 Mjg Hour* 0.80 p. ni. to t> a. in. Hell Phono ISO ?fr Koanoko ORleo IMS Salem Ave. W ? Hours 10 a. in. to 4.:t0 p. in. ft DID YOU KNOW? That Salem has tho deadest am tuost attractive Grocery store in th State? Did yon know that tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 January 1904

Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by Oier-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to 1>c considered that only urinurv and bladder troubles were to lx 9>?| tracwl to the kidneys, "vYLJCl but now modern Cll ilu /^J^ 9l*c,,cc proves that Aw5yrffvi^Wy nearly all diseases Fwlwrrl have their beginning ViQ lil in the disorder ol MTjrQjr/y. t these most inii>ortant jfT^P^VQlJ^d ^hc kidneys filtct and purify the blood? . ..*X> that is their work. Therefore, when your kidncysarc weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and bow every organ seems to fail to do its duty. if you arc sick or " feci badly," lrcgin taking the great kidney remedy, I)r. v:i c. Uru.l luu>anu> nc umn as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can niakc no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary eff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 January 1904

! J. ? lltll iT'liWtl "MM ' a II Mil for Infantg and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought lias borne the signa' turo of Chus. H. Fletcher, and lias been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and ? .Tust-as?good '* are hut Kxperiments, and endanger the health of Children?Experience against Experiment. The Kind You Havo Alw: Knncrlif - < >-J? " "v "5"u yj Dears tho Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. OT 1!f ItTHf Itflff 1!f !1f ItFHf 1!f W 1!f !!f Iff Iff Hf Itf Itf WITfltf TtTW^ I 3 | 3 S =3 ! i 5 WHEN IN ROANOKE CALL ^ i ? ANO EX A VINE OUR STOCK =3 ! ? OF HOUSEHOLD NECESSI- ^ = TIES. -:- -:- ^ ! | ENGIEBY & BRO. CO. ^ J E 11 SALEM AVENUE. ^ ; E roanoKe, va. ? ' P ? !p 3 S =3 I n P x ?1 | m e i 71 lUiUJUJUlUJUJUlUJUiUiUJUlU JUJU4U1U JU iiliUittiif iiiiUK The largest assortment, sy the prettiest and most ft { ' ^ v up-to-date .. line .. ot Vehicles ever shown in th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 January 1904

m SALEM TIMES-REGIS Publl.ihtd Every THurs Salem Printing and C. D. Don I W. W. McClung, Bi Subscriptio One Year Mine Mouths 8i x Mouths * Three Months 'PHONES, NUM THURSDAY, JAf J Oil IV ALLKN WATTS. ?vv, The subject of this brief sketch, who died at his home in Roanoke Tuesday morning, was too well known to need eulogy at any hands; and this writer, who feels in his death the personal loss of a proven friend, desires only to pen a few unvarnished words, descriptive of his virtues, us a recorded proof that memory still holds dear the face, the form, the heart of a departed friend?speak them feelingly, reverently, as wo would scatter fragraut flowers upon his grave. J. Allen Watts was the only son of the late Col. Win. Watts, and was born in this county about forty-nine years ago. Reared in aflluence, thoroughly educated, and with the highest social sorroundings, even from boyhood his warm, true, manly heart found its greatest pleasure and richest rewards in aiding those less favore...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 January 1904

LEAP YEAR HAS COMB And it Will Not Bo Skipped AkhIii in u Thousand Years. ''The child that wan born on Appomattox Day la today a voter," thuudcred a political orator front the stage at Rouse's hall fifteen years or so ago in a talk on the reduction of the tariff, and today the same line of thought can be applied to leap year. The girl who at the dawn of last leap year was ten years old is today Iter own mistress, in the sight of the law, and is, to all intents and purnoses. a woman frnn to in film Imr own 1 choice of a matrimonial partner, and to particularly enjoy that peculiar privilege which is accorded her sex only one year In four, and once in a thousand years only one year in eight. Owing to-what is apparently an incongruity on the part of our forefathers, away hack in the early centuries, who divided up time and apI portioned the weeks, months and days. the girls were cheated out of their leap year by natural computation, but which was not according to the calendars. Now, how...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 January 1904

I ??mmmmmmmm? ?mmmm PATHETIC INCIDENTS;. AWFUL CATASan?OPH& [C'owf/??e<f from 8rd Brought Hack from Death. Suddenly Dr. E. R. Vaughan saw a Anger move In a mans of the dead ngainst the far wall of the restaurant. ***' ''Men. there's a live one In there," he cried, and, while others came running. the physician Aung aside the bodies until he had ur"overed a woman of middle age, terribly burned ubout the face and with her outer clothing a mass of charred Bhreds. In a Beeond the woman was undergoing rcsUse I tat I ve ' treatment on a table while the oxygen streamed into her lungs. Two doctors worked her arms like pumps, while a nurse manipulated the region of the heart. At length there was a Outter of respiratinn while* 54 ilnplnr homllnur nvor u/lfh his stethoscope announced a heart heat Just perceptible. Another minute passed and the eyelids moved, while a groan escaped the lips. "She lives!" said Dr. Vaughan, as he ordered the oxgen tube removed and brandy forc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 January 1904

^ ^ . -? * Salem ?ittit^* 'MtQ\%ftt -him?** * <S.<m0oJibaieb ^ ^ f/ /3Rw<?m*>?* 16,1903. * Vol. 38. SAIiEmV VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1904. No. 33. waswhim mm. Washington, D. C., Jan. 12.?Tin political sltuatiou is calm, hut advancing. On the 7th inst.. Senator Morgan began a speech regarding Panama, In reply to Senator Lodge. He claim- d that the revolution was assisted by ofikeis and citizens of the United States, Ho would refuse to ratify any treaty until the contract with the Panama Canal Company is completed. The committee on foreign relations is dally considering the treaty, and the Republicans announce their willlngncBi to amend It If desirabled. Senator Morgan's contention that the revolution In Panama is a pinch-back revolt and that whatever dissatisfaction there was resulted from an Illegal conslpiraey in which the president took part, is vigorously opposed and even rosented by I/odgc, Spooner, Fairbanks and other senatora,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 January 1904

TIMES-REGISTER. And SENTINEL. THUR8PAY, JANUARY 14, 1004. TO STOP HUM CHKW1NO WOMEN TEACHERS. Member of Boston Scliool Board Is Shocked By Alleged Common Practice. Boston, Mass.. January 12.?An order calling upon the head masters to discourage gum chewing among Boston's young women teachers is to be introduced in the school board by one of its members, Mark 11. Mulvcy. Mr. Mulvey's proposed action will be based on what he has seen during public sessions ol' the scliool board, which are attended by a large number of female teachers, most of whom, Mr. Mulvey says, chew gum vigorously. Mr, Mulvey has spoken about his resolution to several other members of the board, and most of them have promised to support it. "Gum chewing is a habit which children should never be permitted to ac quire," said Mr. Mulvey, "and they certainly will acquire it if we permit the teachers to go 011 as they luC. e been." "I know of no teachers who chew Bum." said the principal of one of the large schools when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 January 1904

I | TIMES-R. EG ISTER. j and SENTINEL. THUR8DAY, JANUARY 14, 1004. I TO LEND. [ s On good real estate security In j Roanoke oity and In Roanoke and Jj Bedford counties #500, #700, #1,000 j| a?ul larger sums. Mofkktt & Fox, , Dal em and Roanoke City, Va. ? Christmas ? i I 1. |9v should bo bright and clear, but TR Q| if tlioro is defective vision tlio Kg HjJ eyes will not have that natural vj? & appearance which tlioy should W Make Mother, Father, Sister, 85 Brother or Friend happy Xmas ffl vy nud all through the coming New flr OR Year by relieving that Kye K2 2f Strain and Headache with a pair ?0 E& of our IVriect Fitting (llass'-s. dig. ^ You caunot^givo a nioro useful 5| M DR. ROUT. L. MOORE, M JeS I've Specialist, 9 Eg G24 N. Itroad St. Salem, Va. ? Q Hours 5HU p. in. to ? a. m. (B jig lie 11 I'lione 191 M && Honnoke Offlco ao.V Siitcni Ave. Hours 10 a. in. to 4.30 p. ni. I DfYOflliwf I] That Salem has the cleanest and mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 January 1904

The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous tiecausc so deccp~?; || I II WjLAn tire. Many sudden n V J t \ IlS deaths are caused ftps P *>y ?heart dis '(ease, pneumonia, 111r-J fY*\ luurt failure or Jl vVrv HIT aJH>;,lvxy are often JfN \ Y^f risult ?>f kill' /Jij- A f| I 1 k.|l uev disease. If rriyr ? 1 \ Yv 1 ' kidney trouble ia "*" lif vi M allowed to advance ' w' JMf J, *" thekidney-poisonJ? S? etl blood will attack the vital organs, earn ing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. bladder troubles almost alwa? s result flout a derangement of the kidneys and n cure is obtained nuiekest by a projter trealmiuti t the kur.icys. If you are feeling l ad'v you can make no mistake by taking lit . Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver ami bladder remedy. It correct . inability I.. ho'.J nrinc and sculdir.g pain in passing it, and overcomes tint unple...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 January 1904

t:em- ?. : *? jOK i KBSBQSSnK * ~ | for Infants and Children. UantoriA is ft harmless substitute tor Castor Oil, Pare- I icoric, l>rops aiul Soothing Syrups. It is l'iensaai. It t contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other Narcotic , substance. It destroys Worms an<l allays PevwishnMS. It cures Dinrrlwen. and W ind Colle. It relieves Teeth- C Int; Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the ( Stomach and lJowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. > Tlio Children's Panacea? The Mother's Friend. |. The Kind You Have Always Bought ; yy Bears the Signature of p Wr _ ^ hi In Use For Over 30 Years. 1 1A:ytf A"" ^ ; inrmmmwmwwmwwwmnrwmmwmwwminnr^; | i j 1 1 i 5 ^ r = 3 c 5 WHEN /* ROANOKE CALL ^ (l 15 AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK =? 1 I 5 0F HOUSEHOLD NEC ESS I- ^ [ i 5 TIES. -:- .;. ^ E ENGLEBY & BRO. CO. % c E 11 SALEM AVENUE. ^ , p roanoRe, VA. =2 c p =3 1 c 5*1 E 51 I' fc ^3 v ^ 11 HiU iUiUiUiUiUiUiUlUiUiUiUUliUiUiitiUiUiUiUa^iiiiti i The lar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 January 1904

SALEM TIMES-REGI Published Every Tht Salem Printing and C. D. Do W. W. McClunn. Subscript! Ouo Year Nino Month* Six Mouths Three Mouths MMIONES, Nil THURSDAY, JA War now soems inevitablo between Russia and Japan, and when it cornea wo hope Japan will givo Russia a genteel liokinS- ,. At a meeting held in Washington Tuesday, the Democratic Committee decided to hold the n residential convention in St. Louis, July Cth. Now, if tlioy are as fortunate in their choice of a nominee as of a place of meeting, wo will make the other fellows hump to tho Queen's taste. Transportation n California has a brand new wrinkle. Passengers on the Pueblo and Bwulah Valley electric railway will hereafter have to pass over an automatic scalo and pay according to weight. Tho Fat Men's Club insists that children should be required to pay according to the noise they make, ami women according to the amplitude of their skirt?. Ex-Candidate William J. Pry an, who arrived home from Europe Saturday on the Celtic,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 January 1904

ltUMAItKABLE 11 ECO It D Of Disasters In Twenty Days, December 20?The Meteor, the fast train on the St. Louis and San Francisco railway, ran into a switch and was wrecked at Godfrey, 15 miles south of Fort Scott, Kan.?8 killed. 5 fatally Injured and moro than 25 others hurt. December 23?Duquesne Limited, on ' the Baltimore and Ohio, struck lumber on track: wrecked near Dawson, Pa.?65 killed, 9 injured. December 25?Head-on collision be- , twern passenger trains on the Pere Marquette road not far from Grand Itaplds, Mich.?22 killed. 29 injured. 1 some fatally. December 30?Fire panic in the Iroquois treatre, Chicago?about 510 killed and several hundred injured. December 31?Louvre hotel, In Chicago, burned?3 killed, 4 injured. December 31?Train on Cumberland I Valley ?oad ran into open switch three < miles east of'Newvllle, Pa.?3 killed, ^ 7 seriously injured. Jauuary 3?Passenger coach broke 1 loose near the Blue Mountain house ' from the fast mail train on the West- &amp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 January 1904

p [ ' ' I A. I. I M "O V' ; ^ :U W0MEN8' FRIENDSHIPS. 1 From u Man's Viewpoint. There is nothing that causes man sun unholy joy as to mention in his presence that such a thing exists as ft the siucere friendship of one woman for another. Here is his chance to ridicule, to deride, to quote comic papers and almanack jokes, and to make altogether merry over a state of affairs v.hich, according to him. has never existed since Kve's eyes turned green at the mere mention of Lillith, aud will never exist as long as there is a lord of creation to stir up dissension. Every woman sees in every other a possible rival, she thinks. Mau is jealous of man only in matters of business or affairs of the heart, but a woman barely conceals a thousand petty jealousies of another woman. She has a watchful eye for her clothes, her looks and the attentions she receives as well as for her little graces and wiles, all the while keeping oil llie best terms with iter, and calling her her ( most intimate friend...

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