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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1904

y in .. Tftv r- r r - . ? DiSGEBUGS POWEB Is MormoiiiMiit?Sets at Ooliam-e the Authority oftlio Goven ment-fivynlty to Church Aliovc That to tlio Nation In a Part of Their Teachings. It has, been establish* d through the hearings in the Sinoot case as conducted by the Senate conimittoe on privileges * and elections that Mormonism is a dangerous institution. The first amendment made to the Constitution of the United States declares that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religiou or prohibiting tho free exercise thereof," but that amendment not did mean that forms of religion could be adopted under the' cloak of which the laws of man and Cod could- be nullified at will. We have it in official eviuence now that polygamy has beeu maintained'/that in spite of legislation prohibiting it and despite the ostensible mandate of tho Mormon church against it, marriages have taken place and with the sanction of church authorities. We have, too, some of the secrets of the...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1904

f mrnrnmsfc?? i i -= Jtalem ?iracs-|?c^ PUBLISHED EVERY THURS Salem Printing and C. D. DENI 7T. W. McCLCNO. I Subscripti One Tear Mue Months 81 x Mouths Three Months 'I'llONES, NUi THURSD W, DECI "Arc bluudes disappearing?*' asks a mugu/.ino writer. Lot lis hope not altogether, at least; for they are usually very attrac- j live creatures, and the beauty | of thoir bruuetto sisters is greatly enhanced bv contrast. Santa Olaus was pretty good us, thank you; and hope that when these few lines reach you ihcy will find that you enjoyed the satno blessing. Kxcuso bad writin'and spellin', and wishing you a prosperous New Year, we are sure you'll find us hustling for the same. . It is gratifyiug, at least, to note the fact that the brand of ChristmaB liquor drunk by folks in this section did not appear to he of the shooting and killiug kind, even though it brought out tho scrappy proclivities of somo who wrapped themselves . around goodly quantities of it. We shall miss tho ploasant vi.-its...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1904

I. ?? \ " * ?. C. f. 0. WOfflf" orrrccrsstuih w. r. t. r. ProsUlcnt.?Mrs. Mliuali llobbs Day. Vlce-PrealdouU.? Mm. K. H. Campbell, Mrs K K. Moore, Ml*. J. T. l'cnu, Mi*. K. I. Maftln. Itceordlni; Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland CorrespondIiik secretary. ? Mr*. Mary C. VMfWoa. Tryisiirer.?Mrs. W. II. Dlllard. Nn|>t'rlHl?nilvuiR of U'parlmrnlii. IKvan-'oilsm and Almshouse.?Mr*. C. L Obeachaln. Klor"-'brt > rutcnton llomo. ? Mi*. P. S. Campbell. M.'dai Cont?s(*.-Mlw Carrie Wilson. Plourer Mission.?Mr*. V/ ii. Whltcararver. Pros* Superintendent.? Mr* F. II. Martin* rriic Timk Heoistbk am> Fkstihil. at 1'itlf r?qt| *; | as placed a coin not a*. tin dls;> .nai of tbc uiroist and f*1*I.ftil of him ?V. o T. Ui i >ii who will have entire el u r <>f it, n xl bii?b;>>t s',t>ld f r all m?t?1?r therein 1', promts 8 t>> Of all ti>Ur> 8 ii R lent...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 December 1904

&SKED TO LBA?E SCHOOL Young Was Widow Accused ?l' lieiiik ? Spy on Another StudeutV LettiTH. Bristol, Tenn., December 24. --The request of the faculty that a young Southern widow who recently matriculated as a student at Virginia Institute hero should lcavo the school, has stirred a sensation in that institution. Evidence developed that she came from Mississippi to act as a spy for a sister,iu or <ler to ascertain tho nature of letters which her Bister's lover was writing to a Mississippi young lady iu the college. Following a reception iu the college Wednesday evoniug, the Mississippi young lady found her trunk had been robbed of a quantity of love letters. When the matter was investigated, one of these letters was found in the young widow's possession. She denied t?ho was guilty, but has left tho institution. K.ittliit's Foot No "Mosrot**. Danbury, Conn., Dec. 21.?A man gave Frederick Staples, of Farmstead, the left hind foot of a. rabbit, solemnly vowing th...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 May 1905

Salem ?tme? - Krister Vol. 39. SAIjEI^ VffiGINIA| THUKSMY^MAY 4, 1905 ~ , No. 49 ALL VIRGINIA MOURNS DEATH OF GENERAL LEE. END CAME SUDDENLY. In Washington ? Him Death a Profound Sorrow Throughout the Country?Will Itc Hurled Today In Holly wood Cemetery, Kicliinoiid ? Pathetic Parting At Chattanooga With Children Two Weeks Ago. W.ts OH Years of Age. While on the traiu en route from New York to Washington last Friday Gen. Fitr.hugh Lee was stricken with apoplexy, front which he never recovered, dying that night at Providence hospital, in Washington, aged about 08 years. H:s death occasioned profound aorrjw, not only in Virginia, but throughout the couutry, which he had served faithfully and to good purpose, in many posts of trust and honor. Ills remains were brought to Richmond on Monday, uuder military escort, and accompanied by a deeply grieved company of relatives and friends prominent throughout ' the uation. The burirl will be today in beautiful Hollywood cemetery, Richmond, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 May 1905

% 2 OF AND TO THE PBE8IDGNT Ella Wheeler Wilcox* in New York American, Has a Little Talk to an?l ?f'Presl<leut Roosevelt. (Published by i-enuest.) < >ut of the twenty-five Presidents who have ruled over the United States few have possessed as many of the sterling qualities which mark the born leader as our present Chief Executive, Theodore Roosevelt. He is absolutely honest, unselfish, brave and possessed of the couraire of his convictions, which is an exoelleut trait in a j human being, when his convictions are right. There is no question regard-1 ing the desire of Mr. Hoosovelti to do what will serve the inter-! ^sts of the people and bring | about better conditions for the j masses. He wishes to be absolutely j just toward his fellow tnen 1 But what a pity that ho does not also want to be just and k nd and humane toward his poor dumb brothers an-1 sisters. What a blot upon the splendid j character of a good and almost! great man that ho fiuds his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 May 1905

THE HOME CIRCLE. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as Tliey Joiu the Home Circle. The Women. A grandma s la in her great ami cba r; Balmy 'wwt in the soft <pnng sirThrough the latticed, lilur shadowed P?ue # Sae looki to the orchard beyoud the lane. And-he catch's the gleam of a woman'a dress. Ae it Hutte s abjut iu the wind'" career. That child isglad aj the day is long ? Her lover is couiiug, her life's a a )ug." C'p from the orchard's Howory bloom Flo*'a frag-a?jce faint to the darfc'niDig room. Where grandma dreams till a tender grace And a sjfter light steal luto her face. For ouce again she is young ami fair. And twining r< sea ia her hair. I'ae last faint glirnps s of d' dgbt (lie. Stars tremble out of the j> pie ?ty Ere Dora Hile up the garden path. Sadly afraid of grandma's wrath. With r< si-red cheeks and li> i g hair She nistUs down by the old arm chtir. "Grandma, D.ck s?j?. may we?may?1-?" The faltering voice grow-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 May 1905

f 4 talent PUBLISHED BVHHY TI1UHS Salem Printing and C. D. 1>ENI Vf? W. McCLL'NU. I Subscripti Oa? Year . . . Nine Mouths fc-ix Months Three Mouths 'PHONE8, NUft THURSDAY, t a. :j * i > .... p t ill IS SclIU I Mill- V. T. O'Ferrall is being considered as a successor to the late Gen. Fitzhugh lice as president of the Jamestown Exposition Company. The friends and admirers throughout this section of Governor Montague will learn with pleasure that he is recovering irom an illness which has confined him to his bed for several days past. What are we doing as a people toward the advancement of the material prosperity of Salem now? Much can be accomplished by united effort in any movement; so lot's unite, and do something. lie prepared to discharge the duty devolving upon all good citizens by paying your capitation tax so that you can vote at the November election. Only two more days yet remain in which that can be done. Our neighbor the Roanoke Times solemnly announce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 May 1905

\ ""if ?x '* &' "V Times-register and sentinel. THURSDAY. MAY 4. lMM If your Mood is thin and impure, you are miseratjje all the lime. It is pure, rich blood that invigorates, strengthens, refreshes. You certainly know Sarsaparilla the medicine that brings good health to the home, the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years. A doctor's medicine. "1 ewe mr life. without ?loul>t. to Aycr'? It l? llie incut wonderful me<i|. ttltiP to the world for tiorvou*tto,i. My euro I* Krtuktiriit. mi.| I ntniioi tlintik yourtmuRli." Mits. Delia McWkll, Newark. N. J. f 1 00 n bottle. o. aver co., for ^Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayer's Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla.' Ami nre r better index to our uature when comfortable. They often make tin ADpeur seltish or id-natured when we do not uioau to be, if we allow their defects to remain uncorrected. Oar Glasses fiml our skill in adjusting teem, tuake the eyes comfortable and natural, ko that you wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 May 1905

Pf Jp" (f limit IFTiiiri A True Story of Every l>uy I.lie, ami diameters Found In I Every Community. They went to a party. Said Matilda, "It was hot enough to bake bread there, and they had the same old crowd they always have." Jane said. "Yes, but how pretty the rooms looked, and what a good time even one had!" They went to service in a strange church, and Matilda said, "What a sharp voice that preacher has, aud how queer he pronounced some of his words." .1 i st'tiii '"ltiit . I i. I vim nui ii-u how earnest he nwinnl? I thought it was a very helpful service." They went to a concert. Matilda said. "That soprano had a squint in her left eye, and the reader's frock spoke louder than she'lid.'' Slid J uie, "That Dickens selection. 'A Heroine of the Alps,' must have been very hard to commit, and I thought she recited it finely. And didn't you notice what, a pure quality of voice the singer had!" Taey w<jut to call upon th^ir new minister's wife. Said Matilda, "Wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 May 1905

? W. C. T. 0. WORK. Oli lO.HK NAI.DM W. C.T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmali Hobbs Day. Vlce-l?refcldent4.?Mr*. K. S. Campbell. Mrs. K. H Moore. Mr*. J. T. Penn, Mrs. P. II Martlu. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary. ? Mrs. Mary C. Ferguson. Treltsurcr.?Mr*. IV, It. Dlllnrd. Naperlntendcntw of Depart menta. Evangelism ami Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obcnchaln. Florence Crlttcnton Home. ? Mrs. K. 8. Campbell. Medal Contests.?Miss Carrlo Wilson. Flower Mission.-Mrs. W. I|. Whltescnrver. Press Superintendent.?Mrs F. 11. Martin. FTue Time?-Kk<;istsk and Sentinel, at their request. has placed n column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of tne \V. ?5 T. Uniou who will have entire ctaarge of it, and be r? sensible f ?r all matter therein It promises to be an interesting "eat u re of ttie p?wr% ana wp continent! n carefu1. perusal of the department.?Ew.J The "W. C. T. U." met last Thursday afternoon for tho lirst time in their now quartorB. Afte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 May 1905

*? ii MISONOEIMIJM Customer ItuyiiiK Sox Thought Saleslady W.is Celt in;; Ftiuiiy Wlun Asked: ,"\VIi1 te i?r I thick I'.elV" To the hosiery department of an uptown store went a woman leading by the hand a (larkskinned, black haired little b??v. To the salesgirl she said: "1 want a pair of stockings for.rny little boy. Six is the size, 1 think. At any rate it. is the number that goes with a number ten shoe ." [ "Five and one-half is the Biz-," suui the ^irl. "What color?" ! Black I think. Li*de thread." "Feet white or black?" asked the salesgirl. The woman looked dazed, then angry. "You impertiuent hus*\who gas.?ed. "Of course my boy's feet are white.. I'll report you to the management and withdraw my custom from the store." The girl cried, the floor walker bustled up and it took half an hour to make satisfactory explanations ? Voric Press. " K" I C?* lii ikI * He l ore " While Governor Frazier, of Tennessee, was making speeches throughout the State, he once entered the office of a v...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 November 1905

VOLUME 40. ~ " SALEM, VI Til l' 30,^9^^ " NfiMRVP .>~ CAPITAL GOSSIP. : i Wrum Our Regular- Correspondent. i Washington D. tJ. Not. 27, 1905. * In a few days Cougress will be in ( tfttteion, and that greatest of legisla ( tive i>odieu, nominally repon<uble to the country, but really responsible J only to history, will occupy the stage probably until May, 1900, or tnuybe j until July.^who cou tell? ( The ipperomfc question ?? it now ? apBiJt^swss?: . tween these great highway corpora* c tionb aud the millions who directly or c indirectly are compelled to use theln? a There is no doilht that the railroads ? have made the country, and there is t ae little doubt that; the country has 8 made the railroads. That is the t preposition as far as fact aud send- c tr.cnt arc concerned. The ({uestion j is tojbc decided, and which will not ? b? put down by ignoring it, is wheth- a er IQC UVVCTIIIIKllli 10 ou|>mui W> ( these great corporation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 November 1905

2 THE HOME, AND ITS SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES ? T A Goliinin Dnilicatod to Tired Mother* us They Join n % 1 the Home Circle at EvouIur Tide. 1 THANKSGIVING. 1 Time on its rapid swing has t again brought our national Thanksgiving Day to hand, \ and the present month will close its career in thanksgiving * and praise to "Oue who doeth ^ all things well." The more unfortunate of ?v. rr*^ find much i to no tnaoKiui 10. it we make an honest endeavor. While in 1 Russia, men, women and innocent children are brutally murdered upon the streets and in { their own homes, we are at peace with each other and the 1 world and can worship God f according to the dictates of our own conscience with none to j molest us or'make us afraid.Our lot has been cast ii one of the ' best communities on the globe among a big-hearted, generous people, among school and charch advantages. Let usallon Thanksgivingday show our grat itudefor the bouutiesof Providence, which have never failed and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 November 1905

i pi ] We heartily in 5 ?AiLoH ^ ~ I1/IIIUM4 AU COPPER MAJMTIC ftANOCS SOLO IN / BRO SAL! TREAT CROSSEYES WITHOUT ANY DRUGS l>r. A. K. Ttirniuu Talks of New Hysteui Whereby Medicine IK rrnCllnrll "iilrtlllf? rustically.'" t> Dr. A. E. Turraan, one of Kichmond's well known physicians and former surgeon of the State penitentiary farm, has just returned from Chicago, where ho has been taking a special course in neurology and 5j dietetica at an institution which has boon engaged for the last thirteen years in proving the possibility of practising medicine mathematically. The Doctor spoaka enthusiastically of the work to which ho will hereafter devote himself, andHiya it ia true that every graduato of this school can actually measure the nerve supply M Your Mo If You are I Send as $3.20 and we will ship marks to show contents, FOUR FUI. STOCK RYR or BOURBON, ai\d it, have your friends sample it, let way you like. If you don't find whiskey you ever tasted, then ship ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 November 1905

r ; PVBU6UBD BVRItY THOKKD. Salem Printing and ] O. D. DRNIT. W. W. MuCLUNU. Ill) Subscriptic ' ' One Ywu Ntae Month* Six Mouth* Three Month* f . ; . -PHONE THURSDAY, NOV] , > DON'T IMPEDE ITS OBJECTS. v\.? ; a There is every probability e now (hat the Tidewater Hail* a way Company will run its line a parrallel with the N". & W. Rail* i way through Salem, on this c aide of the river. At least, it ie clearly their deaire to do so, and this will assuredly be done ? if they are not driven from their * purpose by property holders de- * mending exorbitant prices for 1 the required rights of way. Is ? seems to be the policy of this t Company wherever possible to make terms with property holders and pay the prices agreed 8 upon for all property needed by 8 it, rather than to take steps lo * condemn it, and in all cases that | we have heard of the Company 1 has beon liberal in the terms offered and prices paid. Of course, those who own property c wanted by the Company...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 November 1905

8 } WES REGISTER AND SENTINEL UUkSDAT. NOVBHBER SO lsns ANNOUNCEMENT I dlwire to nay to the public that I will continue the eye practice of the letcifDr. IL L. M??re, and Dm. Moore , M Woodward. An is known to thoee who hare called, I b*ve practically performed all the eervloe for the paet di months. . (have a I the records of att the peet services, and oan duplicate amtr nsakArinHnn An #KA K/walr a anA Mk??ny repairs wanted. I promise Mm eery best serviee. Dr. R.W. Woodward EYE .SPECIALIST Saeceseor to BIB. MOORE A WOODWARD, * 119 W! Campbell A venae. MOORS; .9 a. m. to 4:80 p. a. I Special JHobfi by Appointment Fall Goods! I h?v? reoelwd this week a fall line of Pall Goods, and can now fnrnieb yon anything yon want in the way of Pratt*, ingredients for frait cake or mtnoe ment, All kinds of Canned Vegetables and Frui's. Pino Apple, Kdatn, Swiss, Roquefort & Sheffords Snappy Cheese; in fact everything that ean he lied it) my line. I tryto keep what you want and went you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 November 1905

w ? List of Louis aii For the Non-pay I and Levies due toi TOW N or SA J, Andrew.W. E. Lois ?1,32, Su'cm Iniprnvrmrnt AIH'tuor?. Mr.i.8. i'. Lot I, Salem Itnproveiiiei: Ancle. Jno li?e L>t 20, Wist Knit Lund Coin pa Andrew, J. P C. I^ot 21, Suletn Improvement C Brown, J. 11. <1 Lot 15 Mont Addition Bibb. W. O. lx>t 7. Hub Division Bibb and K. L. Carter. !,ot 7, Sub Division Rurweil M L Lets 2 3 Kssgy Ailditi >n Burwell M. L. I.' t 5. Halem Improvement Coir Brown, J. K. V Sr.. ?nd W. K. Brown l.ot t ipa Bruph. Mrs Phmbe Lot 9 (part of) Halem hupr Brush. Mr* Pbu-be Lot IK Salem Improvetnet BruKb, Mrs Pho-be Lots 22. 23. Halem Improve BIack*bur;? I it I t"o . Lot 70. Salem linproverui Booker, W. O et u's.. Lit* 14. 15, 10. Salem l>cv Bosbman .1 B. Lot 32. Salem Improvement Co Hrlebtbill, I'. O Lot II. M"nt. Addition, Sectiol Brown J. K. V. Jr. Hocktuuu Knctory Lot Bttrb. W. O. Ut Sub Division lit. Bbatiks Addil Bibb, W. t&g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 November 1905

,fi.4 JUST A GIRL. Many a throne has had to fall For a K<rl, Just a girl. If any a king has bad to crawl For a girl Just u girl. When a hero goeR to war He may battle for the right, But 'tis likelier by far ? That he sallies forth to light For a girl Just a girl Papa murmurs with dismay. "What! a girl. Just a girl!" ?U| wuv " n J VUV raviU'jro liUVIO. Why the bitterness displayed? Some day some stroog man will swear That the great round world was made For that girl. Just that girl Why did Adam take the bite? For a girl, Just a girl. Ob, would heaven still be bright And would any good man oare To aehleve it if he might Never claim forever there Just a girl. Glorious girl. Mothers everywhere praise One Minui*s (Joogh Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved. A certain cure for CoughB, Croup and Whooping Cough. Makes breathing easy, cuts out phlegm, and draws out the inflammation. Sold by W. B. Dillard Drug Co. A ?fury*R Queer V...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 November 1905

r ; ,ripr \* v- - * \*r i *? h COOKING A HUSBAND A great many husband* are utterly spoiled by mismanagement in cooking, and are not tender nor good. Some proceed as if their husbands were balloons, and so | blow thorn up:.others keep them I constantly in hot water; and still others let them breezj by their indifference and neglect. Some keep them in a stew all theirUves by irritating ways and words. Others roast them. Some keep them in a pickle. It cannot be supposed that any husband will be tender and good when managed in this way; but they are really d< licious when properly treated. In selecting your husband you should not bo guided by t| e silvery nppearauce, as in trying tnacker il; nor by the golden tint as in salmon. Uo sure 2/011 select him yourself, as ?asto< differ. Do not go 11 the m vrket f. r him, as the b.?st are always brought to the door. It Is fur better to have none unless >ou will patiently learn how to prepare him. A preserving ke...

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