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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 November 1904

i ' ' ' ' HI I I I If- 111. i |^?g|f||Sr A Remedy That No One Is Afraid To Take. 'f Dr. Thacher's Diver and Blood Syrup has l>een used in thousands of homes for fifty-two years with perfect confidence and the most remarkable results. The great success of this remedy is due to the fact that its formula (which consists of lluchu, Hydrangea, Mandrake, Yellow Dock', Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, Gentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium) lias been freely published. Doctors ami Druggists everywhere do not hesitate to recommend a preparation which they know contains the best. known remedies for correcting all irreg ularities of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood, and the diseases caused by the failure of these functions to perform their proper work. Thousands of sick ones to whom life lias bccij a burden have written grateful letters that others might profit by their experience. Blooming Grovb, Trx., Nov. IS, 1902. I wm RuffctlnK terribly with indigestion nnd kidney trouble nnd sent to my dru...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 November 1904

W I i . -$alrm limes-fUgi l't'ULlSHKD BVBRY THUltSE Salem Printing and C. D. I)KNIT W. W. McCLUNU. lit Subseriptic One Year Nine Month* ...... Six Month* . . .... Three Mouths 'PHONE8, NUM THURSDAY, NOVI Whew! Has that cyclone passed yot? Now begins the scramble for the pie counter seats! It's bad enough, but it might hive been lots worse. Might it not, Mr. Glass? No, no, no! There is no occasion whatevor for explanations. Life is too short for that. It looks now as if Missouri i and Marylaad had gotten into ' the Roosevelt band wagon, too. Old man Slemp will be the big boss dispenser of Federal patronage in this State. Hurry, hurry, boys, and let your wants be known. Thank goodness, that political cyclone didn't touch old Virginia, except that little neck that is near to Kentucky and ' West Virginia, and has fallen ( into the bad habit of adODtimr - ?. ?~ c West Virginia waya. j The Republicans have the ( president, Congress and all the 1 trusts; now let them bogin to 1 saw wooi. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 November 1904

< >^| * I COMPOSITION STONE. I C'ouerote or Combination Stone, t New Com position Combining the Ournbiilty ol'Granite. Cost Much Less Thnii Natural Stone. I Ktl. TlMIS-KrolBTBR AND SlNTINKLA \ thing just perfected?a comt'ination stone and one which I believe will interest the public in general. Since it was my good luck to have compounded or in other words to have disoovnrod and nnrfnotnd this composition, I have been asked by a number of people to give them an idea concerning the durability of compounded stone. Now 1 belie that doubting 'I homas' complaint is general when it comes to introducing a new article. i j Kind friend, would you have believed when brick was first < talked of that their durability would insure you a perfect foundation for your house, barn, ( or even that the outer walls of some of our largest buildings ] would be constructed out of < that once insignificant block of < fire burnt clay, which has become an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 November 1904

1 M'COE FOUND GDILTY. CONTINUED FROM FIRRT PAOK. stories he told were conflicting, and, though he was a^ uiun of high standing in the community, he wos promptly arrested and locked up. The trial lasted nearly three weeks and a jury had to bo seruroil frnirn ? ?" ? vv??vvi ?*> tu x'iiuui piauco vm 111^ to the strung feeling oi Charlottesville people in tin* case. Captain Woods' ' li ory, Capt. Micajah Weeds, in arguing the case for the commonwealth, gave a word picture of the night of the homicide. He pointed to the husband and the wife entering the house together. It was the last time sho was seen alivo. "There under the roof with his wife ho was her sole protector and guardian. He must bo held responsible for her sitfety. Gentlemen, unless ho was senseI less from a blow, uuless his physical condition was such that ho could not go to her aid; gentleman, unless body and mind were alike insensible, then ho murdered her himself ascertain a* the sun rose or God created tho ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1904

?? ' 1- , i. ^ Mimm* -BUS)* ^ ?onsoiibalcb j| | || fcrnbor 16, 1903 * Vol. 39. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY" NOVEMBER 24, 1904. ~Nc .26 " 1 ?~ SJfl'ffl) T8E B? l>i<l MIm (ioihiiui, the ItooUkeeperHead of Firm flakes ^ this Flensing Discovery While Taking Her to Th?U for Piiw?<w.f? keying Orders. _________ It was a hot day and "the boss" was cross. He had come to the of fice in a fairly urbane mood, but that was before he had been closeted in swift succession with an exasperating lawyer from the other side of the Balston case and two unreasonable women clients. "When wus woman ever ..asonuble in litigation?" he grunted. And that was the beginning. Miss Martin, the head stenographer of the coal linn of Khnlilnn (Iriaaim and Illy, a woman who hud mild eyes and bleated instead of talked, observed mournfully in the scclu fcion ii(Forded by the towel rack be hind the door what she had bet saying with the same sigh and the same intontation for twelve year*: "M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1904

WASHINGTON LETTER. : i The Nation's Capitol Crowded i With ViHitors*AmoiiK Whom i Are Quite a NiiiiiI r of | Ofllce SeekerH-ltepuli 1 Means Want an i K\tr.? Session. I Krom Our Regular Corrtspondent. I Washington, H. C., Nov. 21st During the past week Washing- 1 ton has boon crowded with visitors. They were rsdidi t with urni on and efTere3N*nt with congratulations. Some of them , wore doubtless office-seekers, bat they talked softly and scarcely ventured to say more than "Remember me." In fact, , it seems as if the men who are ( holding up their platters for some of the porridge are much fewer than in former administrations. Perhaps it is undeistood that "stand pat" has an ollicial as well as legislative signiticence, and that a bill of health will be given to nearly all of the iucumbents except such as are publicly scotched. Rat let not the president felicitate himself too soon. Under tho white dome on Capital Hill will shortly assemble sundry athletic champions in the partisan ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1904

p T:-i' fj' ^ **'^B.- V,. ? 4 |A| \ cE ? ?- i " ' I ... ?-U JM?. TIDES-REGISTER AND SENTINEL. H???a???m ?? THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1904. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYKltS. The Tax ticket* for the year 1904, due the town of Palom, are tow in iuj hand* for c licet int. 5 per o? n?. pen alty will be added for uon payuicu1 December 1st. Interest at 0 percent. p?r aunttm will be impoxtd fron December 1.1th, on all tiuial l taxes. / i. * ? * ' ' - - ? \ore avt pa-seu uy legislature Of 1VUI and approved by the Governor, March 18th, 1904). I Please c * 11 ftud settle snue ami you ' will tave penalty and int. rest. Respectfully, K. U. Moork, 0 "9 04 8. T. 8. ^8 of All > : school children should be carefully watched, und If the lesst defect appears it should have coreful attention before it is too late. You can greatly a?. ist your child in sclioo' by having their Eyes headaches relieved with our comfort giving glasses. Don't delay but see l>r. Moore on or after i Otober 5tli, as he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1904

- ' 1 A Column l>evoted to. Tired ' Mothers as They Join The 1 Home Circle. Let every mother who readB this column thank (icd for the ' quietude of her home aud that 1 she is queen in it. Meu come at eventide to the home; but all day long the wife and mother is there, beautifying it, sancti- ' fying it, adorning it, bless ng it. Better bo there than wear Victoria's coronet. Better be ' humble there than carry the ' purse of a princess. It may be a very humble home. Thore I may be no carpet on the floor. There may be no pictures ou H the wall. There may bo no silks in the wardr >be; but, by H your faith in Uod, and your I cheerful demeanor, you may B garnish that home with more B splendor than the upholsterer's R hand over kindled. I Queen of tlic Home. fl The queen who sits upon the throne of hyrne, crowued and B soeptered as none other evor 1 can be, is mother. Her en throuement is complete, her I reign unrivalled, and the moral 1 issues of her empire are eter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1904

. ..I- > ?I ^ I DO YOU NEED MEDICINE? IT COSTS rOU NOTHING TO INVESTIGATE. There is no one who does not need a Liver Medicine occasionally. The symptoms of Liver Complaint are well known to every one, such as consti* nation, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, sleep lessness, headache, a tired feeling and many others of a similar nature. Thousands die annually by not heeding the warnings of nature. Many acquire some chronic disease from which they never recover. Many of these could be spared for years of usefulness, by keeping in the home some reliable remedy. We believe that we can convince any fair-minded person that there is no better remedy for the Liver known, than Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup. The formula is known, consisting of: Bttchu, Hydrangea, Mandrake, Yellow Dock, Dandelion, Snrsa(>arilla, Gentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium. You know just what you arc taking. How vnuny other formulas of a liver medicine ate published? Ask your druggist about th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1904

* - t - >v r> ? ' " I f Jtalem limes^cg I'l BUSHBL) IIVERY THUB8 Salem Printing and C. 1>. DKNI' ... tt - . w. W. MoCLUNU. I Subscript! One .Year _ Nlue Mouths Six Mouths Three Mouths 'PHONES, NUN THURSDAY, NOV] " v/fipiain iJjdwin uoss, a won known yacht captain of Oyster Bay, N. Y., and u close frioud of President Roosevelt, committed suicide a few days ago. It is not known whether the recent landslido of his friend, or an attempt to emulate his strenuous life, is responsible for tlio rash act?if oither. TUo lioanoko Times has in-( augurated a movement for the purpose of having the salary of the mayor of that city raised to a sum in keeping with tho dignity and responsibility of the position. Without going into the merits of tho case at all, we fear the Times will find that it has gone up against the real thing when it tackles the increased salary proposition. Put that paper has the grit, it seems, to tackle anything that to it seems m ritorious. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1904

c V WHERE NOtl WED ' Mr. Millard, an Ohinn, Claims to Have Discovered tlio Place , Where the Ureat Shipbuilder Lived ? Noah Must Have ltcen a M illi< naire. M. Indianapolis Iud., November, 19.?K. V. Millard, who now resides in this city, has been for several years studying the archaeology of Egypt. For tho last year, until his recent return to this country, he was engaged in i making excavations at various places on the Nile, especially at at (Jizeh, in the neighborhood of the great Pyramid of Cheops. "I have discovered daring the last three years," said Mr. Millard. "just whwro Noah lived, i where the ark was built, and that Noah built the great pyramid of Khufu, known as the Pyramid of Gizeh. "Noah was the greatest King this world has ever seen, lie was the greotdst of the Egyptian Pharaohs, not exceptiug Kameses the Great. < "Noah was a millionaire. The Biblical account of the Hood < gives no clew as to where he lived when at home or where his shi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 November 1904

SISTERS DIE TOGBTBEB. Locked in Fucli OtkcrK Arms, on tho Bare Floors of a I>ismantled Flat, Two Sisters Take tlio (>us ltouto to the Other Shore. New York, Nov. 21.?Locked in each othor's arms on the bare floor of a dismantled Hat in * East Fifty* First atrcct, from which tlioy had been dh possess* n.l * T : 1 .T vvl m tt \j piaibru, i jUUIHO iUKl V UlOrie ' Abel, 48 and 38 years old respect- 1 ively, were found dead. 1 la the mouth of each was a rubber tube, which connected with the chandelier. 1 In the hand of the younger 1 woman was an open letter,written in German, which stated that the sisters had decided to ' die together after talking over the matter for a week, and requesting that they be buried in one gravo. "For this consideration," the letter continued, "we give our bodies for the benefit of medical , science." At the same time the women were dispossessed t lie i r furniture, which they had bought from an instalment company, had been taken from them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1904

? *~ J r"n^- If ?r? ~/r^-J'?>M.' **.": < ^ r '' . ^n" -T" ..m L '~ .. ^.? " -. J'nl' . -^T - " V HH^j ?> ?Ictn Stmcs JUmtsfer CSLon&olibaU'b ^ | ^Ttouember16, 4903* Vol" 39. SAIJE3M, VIRGINIA, THUKsIaY, DECEMBER 8, 1904. ~ Nc~28 GOOD W. BAD LOCK. Queer Combination of a CJood Luck Breaking a Bud Luck Onion, Kiwis In lirluKitig Oooil Luck to Two K*t ranged Young Lovers. * . Jimmy popped his head in ut the door. "Say," he Bhouted, "Mrs. Brently wants you und papa to go over to Beech wood with ber! She's got the surrey out on the road." In all the confusion of a newly occupied cottage, Mrs. Barrows, lifting an etching to her husband, who stood half way up a stepladder, could only shake her head in declination. "Tell her I'm ever so much obliged, Jimtnie, but it's impossible." "Ilold on, Jim!" culled his father. I'm not bo sure of thut, Minna. You're tired out. Your old nervous heudaclu will come back if you kt < p on fussing around...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1904

' GOOD VS. BAD LOCK. CONTINUED FROM l'AGE ONE. " Frank Leonard!" Viviacxcluinied. " You don't mean to say" " Why, of course! I supposed you knew they are to be married in October, dearest. What's that? you're hurt?" A thin red line showed through the pale, transparent stuft of her sleeve. Ho had pushed the materiul up in an instant and was binding the slight wound with his haudkerchief. " It's only a scratch, Bert." She was laughing, a trifle hysterically. " We're?we've both been?at least I've been?awfully foolish," "Jimmy," said Barrows, "I'll give you 50 cents if you'll take that broken glass out and throw it in the ditch. " lletcher life!" responded Jimmy, lie loaded a basket and started oft. " To think that a broken mirror should bring"?the girl was saying "Hello, Jimmy! Back so eoou? Here's your half." Herbert dipped the one hand at liberty into his pocket. He brought out a dollar. "Says," he bargained, "I'll give you all of this if you Btay out and watch ?sentry fashion?like a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1904

|F. GET TEEBB_L*ST ill Was the Calculation ol"a PasscuKfr on a West Virginia Train. Would Arrive at Terminus at 10:20?Would I.eave One Hour L'arlier Tliau He Would ^ Arrive. An official of a railway running through West Virginia tell of at? amusing conversation between the conductor of-oooof th? company's trains running to Parkersburg and a passenger whose nervousness indicated that he was not accustomed to vagaries of the train schedules. Slid the paRseuger: "Mr. Conductor, what time do we get into Parkorsburg?" " l'en-twenty." "Good. Now, at what hour cmlureta train there for the West?" "Nine-twenty." "Tomorrow?" "No.,Tonight." At this the nervous papsenger began tb evince signs of indignation. "Look here, conductor," exclaimed he. "I'm no fool, you know! Cut out this joking and tell me at what hour I can get a train for thr Vest." "At nine-twenty tonight," reiterated the imperturbable official, preparing to pass on. "Hold on a minute," gasped the paRsenger, catching the conductor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1904

r * I r Valero IT 1IIJSII Kl) KVKllY THUU8D. Salem Printing and 1 C. I). DKN1T, W.W. McCLUNO. Be Subscriptic One Year Nine Mouths * . Six Months Three Mouths Til OSES, NUMI THURSDAY, DECI THE SIGNS OF TIIE TIMES. I During the recent campaigu the warning against the tond- ] e icy of the administration to- I ward imperialism was sounded < by the Democratic orators and < 0 liters, and laughed to scorn by ' the K'mublicans. But the warn- j 1 ig was not an idle one. Say I what you will, the signs of the < times Doint unmistakably to the I dangerous trend in the direction i of an empire. ! < A little incident of recent oc currenco is not without signili- 1 cance. < A foolish correspondent of the < Boston Herald sent a fake story i to his paper, to the effect that the little Kooaevelts had chased a gift turkey around the White House grounds in a riotous and i unbecoming manner, and that i Papa Roosevelt had locked on approvi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1904

BIE3-BE013TEB M0SE?!I?EL1 THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1WH. | Acer's JPor hard colds, bronchitis, asthma, and coughs of all kinds, you cannot take anything better than Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Cherry Pectoral. Ask your own doctor if this is not so. He uses it. He understands, why it soothes and heals. " I had a terrible congh for week*. Then I took Ayer'a t'herr? Pectoriil and only one liultlii o'<uni>l?tMl? riirMl mn Mk*. J. |). Dan koutu, St. Joseph, Mich, ffle.. S0c.. tl.oo. j. c. AV?r. oo? fo|* mmj?Z?lLJ!LZm Coughs,Colds You will hasten recovery by tak,n" one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime. <?gpi8 of All sohool children ahbuld be careful'y watched, and If the Jeasfc defect appears it thouid have careful a'teu? ion before it is too late. Yon oun greatl) net-let your child iu t-clioo' by havi?g their Eyes headnchcs relieved with our comfort giving glasse*. Don't f'eh?y but ace l>r. Moore on or alter Ot .her Qtl), ne he will be iu his < fll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1904

~ THE 1011 CIRCLE. I A Column i>e voted to TireA 1 Mothcrn as They Join Tho Homo Circle. TilKOLD HOMi!. la tbe quiet sbnTu. < or twilight I "'anil by tbe n?rden door Aud guse on tbe old, old bcinc-i iad, So cherished aud loved of yore. B it tbe ivy ucw in Iwitiir ;> \ Uu trained o'ver ui idov and wad; And no wore the voice of the children is ikuuiUK wiruuK<j iuc unu, Tbroig* yea sof pita a . * r ow, 8 uc? .int I had to part. The thought cf the dear old hem* stead Has Hi gered around ruy heart: The church embowered with r? sis The gible'a drooping eav s, And the soug of the bird at twilight Amid the orchard leavis. And the forns of this) who loved me Iu the happy childhood years. Appear at the dusky windows Inrough visions dimmed with leais. 1 hear their voids cat lit g From the shadowy far away, And I stretch my arms toward them, In the gloom of the twilight gray, ltut only the night winds answer As 1 cry through the dismal air; And only t...

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

I**-' '.J. i X ?4a W. C. T. 0. WORK. OmCEM RALRH W, f. T. V. Pmldent-Mrg. Mlmali lfobbs Day. Vtoe-Presidents.?Mrs. P. H. Campbell, Mr*. K. It. Moure, Mr*. J. T. IVnil, Mrs. P. II Martin. Kecordlnir Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. CorrespondIiik Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. , Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mr?. W. |?. Dillard. Wnperlulemteula of Department*. Kvan-fcllsm and Alinaliouse.? Mrs. C. B. Obonchaln. Florcuoe < rlttcnton llouoe. ? Mrs. F. M. Mud a I Contests.-.Miss Carrie Wilson. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. II. W hltesearver. Fresa Superintendent.? Mrs F. 11. Martinf Tiie Timk-Hboistbk and Kkntinkl, at their nqu st. I.its | laced a column a', the ilis^ s.il of me iarnt?t and faithful women of toe >V. ?) T. Ui.I >u who will have entire ci h k * <>f it, (tod be r? spm Bible f >r all mstternivr-ri ltprontis * to be an inter* s ii g feature of the. paner, and we commend cireful itt'usii f the department.?Kus J 8li? Mutlc Homo Hap...

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

m ???? f . QUAIL'S VALDE TO iff t It Destroys Many of the IVsts ^ Which Trouble the Farmer. v l*itllul Saerilene?<irci\t I National lutlnMry ? t The Doseri|>tlon. 1, . v Tho ornithologists of the l)o- j, partment of Agriculture have i been making an investigation v of tho economy value of tho 0 bob-white, as u result of which L it is now announced that that j, bird is probably tho most useful j, abur iant species on the farms. |( Field observations, experiments H and examinations show that it y consumes largo quantities of t) weed seeds and destroys many ^ of the worst insect pests with which farmers contend, and yet it dot's not injure grain, fruit, or auy other crop. It is figured s that from Sept. 1 to April 30,* n annually, in Virginia alone, the I total consumption of woed seed 11 hy bob-whites amounts to 573 t tons. Some of tho pests which it habitually destroy*, tho report says, are tho Mexican boll weevil, which damages the cot " ton crop upward of $15^...

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