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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 21 February 1896

"Knocks Out All Others," The largest piece of good tobacco ever .sold Tor 10 cents and . The 5 cent piece is nearly as1 large as you .get of pfher high grades for 10 cents 'HOW TO CARE FOR FURS." Breill Them, Like Nanghty Children, to a Dose of tin- Cano. Tho tinio approaches whon hoavy furs must ho laid aside, and the usual difficulty looms up as to what shall bo dono to kcop thorn from the ravages of moths. Tho Simplest method is that adopted by fur? riers for tho preservation of their goods, and tho simplest method is also tho best, or it would not bo omployod by doulors whoso prosperity depends upon tho good condition of their stock. All that is neces? sary is a cushion about 20 inches squaru and a rattan cane about a yard long. Plnce tho fur upon the cushion with tho pilo up? permost and whip it vigorously with tho cunu, moving tho fur upon tho cushion i girl's costume. from tinio to timo In order that ovory pnrt may recelvo trcatmont. This whipping Is not necessary In tho wint...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 21 February 1896

rr-rtr-Cr Satisfying SnstaiGiD Customers. Surprising Confidence. Securin Wearers bj/ length ot service. Permanent Patrons. HERE IT IS: $3.00. t may beimmitatsd. It has no equal. ROANQKE~1FhOE CO., Tbe Spot Cash Money Savern, IS JEFFERSON ST., - ROANOKE, VA. TUR ONLY FIRST-GLASS LUNCH COUNTER IN KOANOKE. UP-TO DATE, CHEAP, AND CLEAN. OPEND?Ym? NIGHT. The Pioneer of Low Prices. BONNhlt'' Trade Mark. EAT MAN:? "My appetite Is ?;ood, my food a good, and ot course I board at Bonner'a" II n wH?a't for KONNER you would still be paying 35c a menl. The Best of nverythlng the market utfords At Living Prices Tho Best ()>?? cere in Hoanoke Every style known to tbe culinary art. Stop In and Inke a box of FRIED OY? TKR8 to your wife. LEAN MAN: "I wish I had In the past, but 1 will in the fa ture." BONNER*? RESTAURANT. T9E LEADING RESTAURANT m ROANOKE, AND THE BEST IN AMERICA POR THE PRICES. fill the Delicacies of the Season Served at reasonable prices. The Table Is nlways supplied with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 February 1896

ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOL. XIV_No. 43ft I'KIOE Tll'U.Ii CENTS. ROANOKE, VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1806. FULL. ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. ALU THE NEWS OF THE WORLD. TUB WK&TBOB. Forecast for Virginia! Fair; warmer; variable winds becoming southerly. WE ARE ALWAYS TOP. WE FIX ROOFS. Boanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., . Oommeroe Bt. and Vtanklln Boad. j. B. collingwood,-Manager. -'Phono s28. A Seasonable And Reliable Friend For Thcsy Cold Nights * Is one of our Hot "Water Hags. Now is the timo to buy one, be cauno it may savo a severe sick? ness to have one ready iu case of sudden chills or colds. Heat cures many pains and this is the best way to apply it. SIZES, 1 TO 4 (JI! ARTS. WORTHY OF NOTE: Thomas Bardy's Popular Novels: Tc.ss mt -the ITUrliovllles. The Kot urn of the Native, Jude the Obscure. Minii- Correlli: The Sorrows of Satan, Barrnbus, ? Thelina, Bt.-. 'Stanley Wey man: A Gentleman of France. Under the Bed Kobe, The Red Cockade. My Lady Nobody, (ninartona ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 February 1896

ANOTHER COLLEGE PRESIDENT Finds in Paine's "Celery Compound the Greatest of AH Remedies. Prosident Charles Dole is not the first great college president or great educator who has been outspoken in praise of Paine's celery compound. Tbe detailed and conducing testi? monial of Pr?sident Cook, of tho Na? tional Teachers' Aaaociation, is fresh in the public mind. One of the foromost pduca'.os in America, Principal L L. Gamp, of the Dwight .School, New Haven, has called Paine's oelery compound the greatest invlgorator in existence. Such men as State Treasurer Colvln, of New York; Mr. Carlisle's private secretary, Mayor McShano, of Mon? treal; Rav. Fr. Ouellet; Commodore Howell, ex-minister to Austria; John M. Francis, Edmund Russell, and a host of others whose character and learning are recognized by the world, have pub? licly stated that when tbey were sick it was Paine's colory compound that made tYiTQ well. Tuousands of equally responsible, though perhaps less widely known, men and wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 February 1896

SUICIDE, SOME PECULIAR METHODS OF COMMITTING IT. Causes That Lead to It. t Some oaaos of 8ulolde are brutal and disgusting. Their details fill us with horror. Others appeal to our pity and sympathy. Both for their reason and result. What more pathetlo than Tom Hood's llnoe: "Take her up tenderly? Lift her with oare ! . FaBhioned so slenderly? Young and bo fair. "Look at her garments Clinging like cerements Whilst the wave constantly Drips from her clothing; Take her up Instantly, Loving, not loathing. "Cross her hands humbly, As if praying dumbly, Over her breast! "Owning her weakness, Her evil behavior, ? And leaving wich meekness ller sine to her Saviour." There is sulolde by knife, by pistol, by hanging, by drowning, by jumping, by escaping gas, by burning oharooal, and by the various poisons, as morphine, strychnine, arsenic, prusBlc acid, and varloua other drugs. But thoro is a still more common and much more important form of suicido. It is auioldo by ignorance or negleot. A m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 February 1896

THE TIMES. BVaixY MOUSING, SXCBPT MONDAY BOANOKH PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMK3 BUILDING, US 0AMPB3LL AVBNUB B. W. TBRM3 by HAIL (Postage Prepaid), Daily, one month. $ .60 " tereo months. 1.50 M six months. 8.00 ?? cneyear. In advance .... 5.00 mnday Edition, one year .... 1.00 The Tikxs Is a member ot the Associated l*fecs?the greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receives over a special wire tho toll telegraphic nowa service ot the Associated Press?tho samo nowa from all ovor tho United States and the world that Is simultaneously re? paired by the great dalllos ot New Tors, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. SBNATOK STEWART TO-NIGHT. The speech of Senator Stewart at the Academy of Mus'c to-night will be one of tho moat oomplete elucida? tions of the silver question ever pre" sented to a Roanoke auiienoe. The Senator from Nevada is master of the subject, and his remarks this evening will ?bound in faots and figures, pre? sented with a logic and eloquen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 February 1896

Ladies', Children's *?? Misses' Ribbed s Plain Hose, COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. AT Be PER PAIR: Full regular made, plain and ribbed Hose for chil? dren, all sizes, former price 20C and 25c per pair. Our Closing Price 5c Per Pair. AT IQc PER PAIR: Full regular made ladies1 Hose, former price 25c and 35c. Our Closing Price 10c Per Pair. AT 15c PER PAIR: 10 dozen ladies' cotton and lisle-thread, full reg? ular made Hose, former price 40c, 50c, 60c and $1 per pair. Closing Price 15c Per Pair. Only a few more leather Belts left at 10c, worth 25c to 50c apiece. if Spring Ms. We have been kept busy all the past week opening up New Spring Dress Goods?perfect beauties in design. New Black Dress Goods? all the new weaves. New Silks for Waists. New Scotch Ginghams at 10c and I2j4c. New Percales, 36 inches wide at 10c per yard. New line of Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries. Millinery, Millinery. New line of Novelties in Straw Hats in all the leading shapes. Full assortmen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 February 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? "They " say " all things como to him who waits," but wo havo not been waiting) and wo don't proposo to wait. "Wo KNOW our prices aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will come after it, in ono way or another, either by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality of execution, or personal interviews. "Wo are not grumbling; far from it. Wo'vo had our sharo; wo aro still getting our sharo. But wo havo placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we havo business intercourse. Wo aro not waiting ; haven't timo to wait. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. Ono of tho vows tho writor made whon ho was "devil" in a country printing oflleo was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man agod a printing establishment, it would be kept clean, at least by comparison. At that timo ho hardly folt tho force of tho vow, for he has learned after years ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 February 1896

The largest piece of .good tobacco ever .sold for 10 cents and Ihe 5 cent piece is nearly as] large as you vget of other jiigh trades for 10 cents HINTS ABOUT DRESSMAKING Valuable A.d?ice For the Homo Drcsimakcr About I'rCHHiDK Shiims. Cloth costumes seem never to go out of date. In different weight of goods thoy nro worn both winter and summer, year in and year out, and are always neat and roflned looking. There is a prevailing im? pression that a cloth gown, whioh is usu? ally in the tailor made style, Is particu? larly difficult to make, hut it is nocessnry for overy gown, of whatever fashion, to fit woll, and, in addition to good fitting, cloth requires only conscientious euro in bast? ing, stitching und pressing. It cannot bo STREET TOILET, too strongly insisted upon that a inodcr atnly hot iron is the drossmakor's best frloinl. Where sowing is boing dono at home irons should always bo kopt hot, in readiness for immediate use, for they should bo umployod at almost ovory stago o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 February 1896

I-ST-O atisfying Sustaining Surprising Customers. Confidence. Wearers by length of service. Permanent Patrons. HESSE IT 18 : $3.00. It may be imitated. It has no equal. >RGANOKE~SHOE CO., Tho Spot Cash Money Baven, IS JEFFERSON ST., - ItOANOKK, ya. TRB ONLY VI RST-CLA8S LUNCH COUNTER IN KOANOKE. UP-TO IfATH, CHEAT, AND CLEAN. OPENMYM2 NIGHT. The Pioneer of Low Prices. IHINM'.lC. Trade Mark. FAT MAN:? "My appetite 1b good, my food is good, and ot course I board at Bonner's" If it wa??i't for RONNElt yon odd still be paying 30o a oeul. Tho Rest of ?iverythlug - the ?nurKet ufToidB At Living PrlcoB The Boat Oys? ters in Hoanoke Bvery style known to the culinary art. Stop In and take, a box of FRIED Ol? T*KS to your wife. LKAN MAN:? "I wish I had la the paBt. bat 1 will in the fa? ta ro." BONDER'S RESTAURANT. T9E LEADING iN ROANOKE, and THE BEST IN AMERICA FOR THIS PRICES. M tho Delicacies of the Season Served at reasonable prices. Tho Table Is always supplied with tho best t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 February 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. pbick TouuSs cents. ROANOKE, VA., S?NDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1896. rv^I^^iii^Wif^^ PTHB WGAIUEH, Boreoaat for virKinl?: Fair, but partly cloudy; warmer; southerly winds. Cheap Labor Is not always the best. Better pay our prices and get good work. Roof Repairers. Boanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce at. ?nd Franklin Road. J. tt. GOLLINGWOOD.-Manager. - 'Phone 828. * i MAN I-CUR A. I - It makes the reddest, ?| - Tooirhest, most painful - skin ? chapped by the - cold?<as soft art* smooth - as vnivot. Every lady jtj; - should liavo it. ? * * # 25c. * * * * 1 Massie's Pharmacy. 'PHONE 1U?. lOuguflilBtluteis It pays for itself, es it is Air Tight. Dust Proof and Dosb Net Spill. cityTT* roanoke, -IV.E.THOUA8, virginia. Olty Olerlc. February ??, i ?U(t. Items. Thompoon-1'rlco Co ., Roanoko, Vs.: Ozxtlbxien: I havt used the Sterling Auto? matic Ink Stand for about six months end find them to be the most satleractory on the market. I beHove-that each s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 February 1896

IS CASTOR i A Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescript ion for Infants twd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute* Hot Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' uso by 3iillions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting- Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is the Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Caslorin. 5s nn excellent mrdirine for chil ?' .Ten. Mothers here repentedty told me of its good effect upon their children." Dr. 6. C Osr.oon. Lowell, Mass. "Cnstorin Is the host remedy for children of which 1 nru ncquninted. I hop? the day is not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their children,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 February 1896

THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST Men Should Regard This as an Ever Imminent Fact, Bat They Are Not Doing This?When the Terrible Scenes or the Last Day Come the Church Will Not be Prepared to Bleut Them?Apoataov la Telling on Our Civilisation?What are the Young Men Dolnt, Paul, writing totheTheBsalonians, in? forms theru that Christ will not come till there bo a tailing away (apostacy), drat. II. Thea, il; 3. Said he, "Now the Spirit apeakoth expressly1' (glveB a speolal revelation), "that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith.'" I. Tim. iv, 1. This is regarded as apostaoy. There 1b to be in tbe world tbe great? est sooial corruption and disregard of virtue. "Thla know also, that in the last days perilous dayB shall como," etc. II. Tim. ill, 1-5. ThoBe who have a form of godllnesB but deny the power are oburoh members. There is to day no want of outward ob? servance in publio worship, tbore is a lack of power. * We are evidently In tbe Laodeoean age of tbe ohureh. 8be feels...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 February 1896

THE TIMES. EVHBY MOKNiaU. 3XCHPT MONDAY BOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIUBS BUILDING, 113 CAMPBKLL AVBNUB 8. W, THRMS BY mail, (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month. *.?Jj ?* three months ..... i-? ?? six months. ? one year, In advance .... J-w onday Bdltlon, one year .... l.w Tob Tikxs is s mem Der ot the Associated y roes-the greatost no ws-collectlng association in the world?and receive* over a special wire the toll telegraphic news service of the Associated Press?the same news from all over the united ?Uteaand the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ol New Yorm, Philadel? phia and Baltimore._ FEBRUARY." 8 M T W T F B . l ? 3 (4 S 6 7 8 9 10 11 18 13 14 IB 16 17 IS 19 80 81 8? 83 24 85 86 87 88 89 , SENATOR STBWAUT'8 SPEECH. The speech ot Senator Stewart at the Academy of sicslc last night came fully up to the expectation* of the friends and ad.mlrv.7s si the Nevada statesman. His izi.sz:* -was large and comprised many us ls*AIoj? clti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 February 1896

ladies', \ Children's *?? Misses' Ribbed k Plain Hose, COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. AT 5c PER PAIR: Full regular made, plain and ribbed Hose for chil? dren, all sizes, former price 20c and 25c per pair. Our Closing Price 5c Per Pair. AT 10c PER PAIR: Full regular made ladies' Hose, former price 25c and 35c. Our Closing Price 10c Per Pair. AT 15c PER PAIR: 10 dozen ladies' cotton and lisle-thread, full reg? ular made Hose, former price 40c, 50c, 60c and $1 per pair. Closing Price 15c Per Pair. Only a few more leather Belts left at 10c, worth 25c to 50c apiece. lew Spring See*. We have been kept busy all the past week opening up New Spring Dress Goods?perfect beauties in design. New Black Dress Goods? all the new weaves. New Silks for Waists. New Scotch Ginghams at ioc and i2J/ic. New Percales, 36 inches wide at ioc per yard. New line of Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries. Millinery, Millinery. New line of Novelties in Straw Hats in all the leading shapes. Full ass...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 February 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? "They " eny "all things como to him who waits," hut wo havo not boon waiting, and wo don't propose to wait. Wo KNOW our prices aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't Roanoko, Va_189 M_ To BALL & MAY, Dr. T?im?_GROCERS bring us work wo will como after it, in ono way or another, oithcr by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality of execution, or personal Interviews. Wo aro not grumbling; far from it. We've had our shnro; wo aro still getting our share But we have placed at your disposal a modorn, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with Buch facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom wo have business intercourse. Wo aro not waiting; haven't time to wait. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of tho vows tho writer mado when ho was "devil" in a country printing ofiico was, in effect, that if ho over owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would be kept clean, at least by comparison. At that tiino ho hard...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 February 1896

gecL I have no use for any ot sense enough to chew >iece of .good r sold for io cents ind ice is nearly as? .get of other is for 10 cents The C " As j w in Caii u sauntoi 0 country 8 of bab 0 sherbet 3 hngo g] j which sweet, i oraugo 1 ho perp. ' at nigh) . _v/x * it'll-' I U ?vade your pillow. The distant tljrobblu? ?of the nuggnrah tolls you that a wedding procession is making its tour, aijd " vou iiavo tho curiosity to get up ?uo- 8a^J out you will bo rewarded by oir? ?* *no characteristic sights of Cairo, ii1 wbich ^ old and new aro oddly blended.; ^>ro?" ably a cirenmcision is combine^ with tho wedding to savo expeiiso, aru tn0 processiou will bo headod by thV bar* ber's sign, a wooden framo raised 1??"? followed by two or three gorgeous^ ca" ;parisoned camels?regular stage prlPPer" ties hired out for such occasions?car1?" iug drummers, aud lending the wayi ^or a series of carriages crammed with lit'0 boys, each holding a noafe white h" kerchief to his. mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 February 1896

Satisfying-" Customers. Sustaining Confidence. Surprising Wearers by length of service. Securing Permanent Patrons. HERE IT 18 :< S3.00 It may be imitated. It has no equal. ROANOKE SHOE CO., The Spot Cash Money Snvera, IS JEFFERSON ST., - ROANOKE, VA. Jas. Q. Fkrkeon, on religion, said to tho old and young, do not drink liquors that intoxicate, but do good to your byb tem, and "Blood Wine" is the thing you want to build up your strength and make you feel as yon did years ago. Remember, it is Blood Wine that eures you of all dlsoaseB of the blood, liver and kidneys, Large bottie, 50o. Come to our store for it. Van Lear Bros., successors to Christlan-Barbee Drug Company. Coal., coal, ooal. Fo. mean coal, honest weight and p rt delivery, order from Farmers'3 ti.J Company, Market Square. Fob tho boat work?the Swiss Steam Laundry, 333 Salem avenue west. 'Phono 272. tf AMUSKMKNTS. Grand Oper? and Concert To-morrow Might. What Mrs. James E. Porter, toucher ot voice culture and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 February 1896

THE RQANQKE DAILY TIMES. ^^MAt&?._ RQAHOKE, YA? TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1896. "??^?S? p. THIS wkathhk. Forecast for Vtralnln: Fair, slightly colder in eastern portion; westerly' winds. PROCRASTINATION IS THE THIEF OF TIME." It will cOBt you more money later to repair your,roof, be? cause more work will havo to be done. Roof Repairer; Boanoke Roofing and Metal Coinjte Co., Commerce St. And Franklin J. R. COLLING WOOD,-Ms - 'Phone 888. MANI-CURA. It makes the i roughest, most Idest, lalnful -skin ? chapped ay tho -cold?as soft and smooth - as vi'lvct. Every\lariy - should have It. " * * * 25c. * I Massie's Pharmacy. ?PHONK 103 lugi onMMers ??f-?OIIB' ?< ulerliAnloialicMH. It pays for itself, as it is Air Tight, Dust Proof aud Does Not Spill. CITY Oe RO/,SMOKE, AV.E. THOMAS, VIRGINIA. City Clerk. February 22, 1800. Messrs. Thompson-Price Co., Koanoko, Va.: Gsnti.kmen: I have used the Sterling Auto? matic Ink otand tor about six months and And them to be tho most sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 February 1896

SALEM iWS Wm. Pael left for New York oUy yes? terday. T. J. Henderson leaves to-day to at? tend Chriatiansburg oourt. Col. A. M. Bowman left yesterday on a business trip to Pulaskl City. Maj. W. W. Ballard went to Chrls tlansourg yesterday on business. BlantonS. B ?nette and Clay Chap? man, of Catawba, were in town yester? day. Mrs. M. F. Buff went to Stauntoa yesterday on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. Pr?fer. Capt. C. 0. TompklnB, ot Washington city. Is in town spending a few days with his family. A marrlag? license was issued from the clerk's offloe yesterday to Gaorge C. Ronk and Miss Kate Carrie Hess. Superintendent Malin, of the Radford division ot the Norfolk and Western, was In town yesterday on buslnest. F. C. Carper, who has been spending a few days with his 'parents, returned !V. A. M. College, Blacksburg, yeB rday. Hrs W. R. BarkBdale, of Charlottes , who has been visiting her parents, rned home yesterday, accompanied ler mother, Mrs. Walters. .disB Cunningham, ol Fred...

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