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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

' "WANT \ ... i) | WORLD NEWS Ctaatfltad ad*ar<iaui? ralaa ?? a liar * counting a w?Mi la tha Uaa Diruiay taraiftad Mr dot lack All elaaatoao ulnrtwai Mrtcti? I?t) 10 advatHN bpaciai eaab 'iia la long-Una ad . rrrlla r* ? ?D0llral>oa Caab au)i aamaioa? all o?l-ol own ih?wi Miactaaatbcalloaa dot parmlttad bv cuta at lntrWb latad trw rraiittrd * . . All edrartiaaeeele aiuat rtaab tba I nu'intrt afltra t)f t to o m lor pub Ilea l loo nasi Berutoc ; lldrt'.ayr ?f I ? PHONE StO 1 ' J 1 AtTott.iBlt.fcS 1918 CHEVROUTT J-CASI., I'So'oo cMh lor gakt mo. 1314 Campbell A*#., 8. W 8877 rORD roa SALE?Two nnwpf Roadater J?Uh ?ih?m Mr oa rear, tkm m tliva. noiu{ mmJ ruoalna rear la saoj onodltlou 11 Interval ?d tec Jarrrti-Cbrn nli.f Co . Inc. Fhooee 1411 and 1?13 6884 FOR till Fran kite louruif ear at a bar In Al abapr. Call 1891 or itUJ. __iave FOR s.M JS?-Oaklau I ear 8 pa am agar Al corMltltun. reiaJI caab ptyaarat; baiaux la Mil notca. CaU al 801 1Mb SI. 8. E. - _ MOO GA...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

I" * " - ------ . , ^,F0UHTgEy Businesi Today r Th? customs receipts for October Hw ' Indicate thin th.i. i< ti a a yet too rhei-k i. |Br enactmerst of th. I.irifr. The total F Sralue of "imports tor t i.it month has toot yet been p IinIh .1, liut there ta treason ?? i win com? pare favoraM. oit'i tl import* durFl' iln* the ment1 - ti.it. ly prccedItoc the hop. t ie11' r import I ..duties. ltnp -rt . t'-i 'f first nine Ry tototitha of tin lurrcM' >esr were 17 Iter cent Ki?..ter \ > than* those Bv' Tor the cort.Mt 'il : p.-rmd a year RJ, l'art "f tt i" i -imm- ?io due ? So the tcenir.., a:-. . r unite activity 'an comjmri I ? ill ' >.!. ai.it home of it wee-do. ' t Importers rt! to forestall ! so t_it 'f r.tUs. W ith further 11 nib . Mi.inm.in Imports ,*$ should tu rn .1 ' r.-a? t" splto of IK tt)e nan tariff - Meanwhile the >1 ,Volumc of tin' h.it il.1' > i.ferine the port' of Xi? Yi rl< is so largo that Hm...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

[ m 111 ; i i " j Market and F plirrSFELT t LP [INSTOS Vote Taken As Expressing Dissatisfaction With Tariff. ^Foreign Exchanges Break. | tar ( art r.' w?m. fBy Hp>'clal Iy*na?d Wire to th* Roanoke Wnrlit.*??. 1 Vwsll Htreet. New York. Nov. t.? I today's marital* It ?u hard to ly what Tuesday's elsotlon raaulia it piuch of a figure. Bo ma pro salon at selling occurred at tha tenlng of tlia a toe a exchange, obeualy by way of nperlmrnt. But ira ?raa no real liquidation and no aaon why there ahoald have been. That tha heavy Democratlo vote noiad wide dlsaatlafaction with ?ha gh tariff, waa concadad In Wall raat aa elsewhere. but from a ytlcal standpoint tha main conderation waa that no amount of verse volng could result In a tange In tha new Import duties, at ast for another two and a half tara to com*. Consequently, there aa uot a ripple of excitement even the ahares of Industrial companies Mch are the chief beneficiaries of >e Republican tariff. Very early the g...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

eH^Tmax . j AMUSEMENTS TODAY y 0 " 1 < jr ?Lj ap an Jt fi |KA| I * H 15?| few ? , BBPWTo!PiTR*!SBB Five Big Time Keith Acta. 1 krr? prrlomiim dolly, at ?' a. ri?i Mod l>. Also pldirrt (kuna. ame&SAM Katherine MacDonald ?ai- - ?? * v"The Woman's Side." ! K? 1 MALTO Queen of the TTxoiUn Roiuje AI.SO Buster Keaton IN "Hard Luck" JEFFERSON PERUCHI STOCK CO. OFPBIII.NU "Jim's Girl" Hcacrae Brat Tlrkrla on S(lr llrnrhry'a. I'biinr IUO-. PARK House Peters '. 1 * "Human Hearts" v i NOTICE OLYMPIA C A F E Is Now Serving Regular Club Break* fast ' 7 to 10:30 A.M. Regular Dinner 11:30 to 2:30 P. M. p. 50c i Regular Supper 5 to 8 P. M. |; 500 We sell Commutation Tickets, $3.50 for $3.00 and $5.85 for $5.00. Olympia Cafe 110 W. Caapbrll At*. | OPCJI DAY AND NIGHT i . i ... HtWIWtlfein scHEnixK IN BPrecr MAI n. tsss WEST DOC A11 Lmh Rnnnnkr Dally. ?|06 A. M?Kor East Kaaford. Bristol and interrnedit* stations. SiSS A. M ?Tor Coiu.iiOue. Cincinnati and the Wane Sle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

' S355 5pje IKciauoke Partd-JNetos r: ::i| i r? ii ? . ? i ... )( VOL. 40?No. 118. >8 PAUB8 T? I) A T BOANOKE. VIRGINIA. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 9. 1922. FKH'U TTTKKB CBN rttl | , SAYS FARMER . REVOLT BEAT . OLD PARTIES Head of Farmers National i* ^Council Says "Land Aristocracy" Must Go?Scores Federal Reserve and Proclaims Union With Labor? Has Been Campaigning For Candidates Favorable to Agricultural. Chicago, Nov. *.? (Br Tho Associated Press.)?Characterizing the rosult or Tuesday's elections as a revolt against land aristocracy, Benjamin 6. Marsh, of Washington, D^C., managing director of the Farmers' National Council, declared here today that "farmers are Joining with Labor to restore the Government to the people and won't stop till they have done this." Mr. Marsh has been campaigning in eighteen 8tates from Michigan west to the coast since May, for the candidates endorsed by the coned!. "The defeat of scores of reactionary Senators and Congressmen and the subst...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

. - ." MAR AWIPFSS 8F ' REV. B. B. ROVER *?n of Second Presbyterian ! {Church Hold Semi-Annual j Supper and Meeting. IILMB *<Jdr??? by the IteV. I">r. Pen<]*pt)tn Bunn Koyer. of J"r*nk-lln un "The Unite feat Mtpi,"- featured th'e fall ineetinc of fl$*, Mtll'l Club Of the Jteconil J'te?. : ojrtirlia Church, held l?rt ni*ht In ;'!* ? assemniy room < ! tne cnurcn j jftyHlnt. Dr. Royer's address wee lWi?BWIr Interest! g till received tMp elc?* attention of Ills bearers. LliWIl# meeting ?u ?iu'ti?l with an LBl6w?Uoo by Dr. K. Wi Bm?n **,cb *** followed by a program nvtodtng muelc. an escellent runner I U4 speeches by several local men iBI14 speaker of the evening was In* ttNurerl by Dr. Charles , J. Smith. iMSSldant Of Ronnnke College. Who hjmaalf. delivered a rhort tid plcnsllfc address. (1 *Ts king as bis subject "The t'nli IMr*al Rife." l>r Itoyer raid that he 'Jpbuld divide the topic into three sepf Vfate part*. "The l.'nivers-il...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

r' ask y < / ' i wi mpA > BY MFTWlPni HAN (TJSDECIOED Denial Made of Reports That Opera War Would Be * Waged By Riral Radios. Tboro will bo no radio broadcasting ot(tbo performance* of tk? Moiro (pwiian up?r? Company during tho present mmoii. it announced Monday . , last by tb? Metropolitan manageaaent according to tbe New York Tlmea. Many proposals have been made by radio com pan lea. but tbe director* and officiate of tb* company have not yet bebn pereuaded i that the e la a cenulne popular demand for radio opera or that the reaction would be favorable to perform a noea within the opera bona*. "The idea haa been taken up time and again." aald a represents lls% of tbe management "but we can't aoe where It would be benetlc'al to I opera. There la no chance of anything of the kind at present. Tbe ftsdlo Corporation of America, the Woetlnahouee Company and the American Telepbona and Tetagraph Company wera report# 1 yesterday to be In a 'ace to eee which cou d be ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

0 i PviPP {women bitter at ]i FAILURE TO PAIN J PfflJnCAL POWER jfeiii Paul Caustic In Criticism 1 !of Her Sisters?Disap pouumem ana Jtage. I (?7 MarNirlr Taylor* % 1 fcy Bpacial Lees, d Wire to the Ro?- , j lokt World-New*. Copyright. 19::> 1 't Vi*?altlngton, Nov. 9.?Just at a time rlWtten tbey espeeled to make their 1 * snowing, the women pollut ions | tha country have been Dealt a j nning blow. I II Af er Mured 4 n<\t therk will not I i ' g * single rrpu-si-ntative of the ec* j 1 I the 'Notional Congress. . I -4 The feeling of disappointment to- < .MX. after the revised returns have I ?< hade ttrg situ*Hon perfectly plain, 1 .ganged from a yearning in- some J [Manert to see the silver lining, to i *i as? Magnate rsge. i "A "Wom,n d.-n t deserve anything I flatter," Sarsgdy sried Alive i'aui. I iTtN'oiPen yrun t role for wonitn. tVo- I ki len won't patronise women in bust- ? j tsa Woman won't go to women i actors Women wont toh? the.r I...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

> v 1 I SCOl Daily V L ' T* pruftrlr >>??nl Ik* AawrlfM H To Be Feature Of Round Table The follow Inn eong. which flte In well with the Ktgbth Hcout Uw?"A cuut la Cheerful.'' will t>e a feature of the Scoutmaatera . Hound Table tonight: A BeeMrraac> When a bit of emiehlne hit* ye After |?eaalii* of a. (Inuil. When a fit of laughter kIJb ye. And yoar aplnr la feelln' proud; lK>u't forget to up and fling It At a aoul that'a fee-ling blur. For the riilult that ye ellng It. M'n a boomerang to you. Troop Notes I? ? j tTrwop 41 (Connected with Israel Fried lander l^>d*e 1- O. 11. II., Harry Uoldmau, JUferlir.) . (Tloop 4 la going on on over-night hike soon, and a large attendance U expected. After the buatnea* part of nur meeting woe over we had a "puffed rice content." The game was to dip a knife In some puffed rice ?nd race to a certain point, trying not to spill any of the puffed rice. The one who hag the most...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

ijftbe Roanoke World-News IMOIUMO IK-U Mil muAtmtLk V A IM. TCb tabad Imi l>w Ukpi Swlir IR' TUIKS WOULD CUKKUHAriUM. I Munaim Kutnuu Vi | 111 Juwiu? f risHuiKN "itditor Mcalwn ot Mwru OwwW'iier fumiabrri Amociihoo f OBmUAWo Nreipaper PuMiabrri A??.aatloe Tit Aifeciau-o fit* | Alton Buretu of CVrcuUUul IHHt Ateoeieted Herat i? e?ciu?iv?lj eo IBM to the uw fur rru JBIIC?U"C Of Ul IHHn 4iap*trr>r* rrr'iird to it or oot I* NarvMt - cr-Uitra LB tblt piper onil all. Hfjw loot' o??i pubinbra oriels J ' WOMEIUNHfcrKEStf* IArTv L J .gt^lKrlt t liift too Nr?t tori *jk- Chiemo t IlMatld. ?l Hmtotliir il Ho'inoie. ' VlrfTnlA III ** Wol-<'C"1 Clair Mill Matter ' J (!' RATES IN ADV ami < ||1] oootl per area nmjtbte to carrier t M "* ,rtr pifib e at the office j { oot year 05 IK) i At /. all BKititbl $-50 M Dt> f Ibrrr moutbt 01 5U affj TtllJtl'UUNES Dunoi tb? l>?v 3111 caii* sir. ?1? At Mtbl ill 131) I' M lc 8.30 A M |M*iliHI Offi...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

r k . , SWEET POTATO ! CROPTOO BI6 Farmers on Eastern Shore . Find it Profitless to Dig ^ the Remainder * * dHrUI tm the TImm) ' ' Cap# Charles, K#?. ?8wntt poKtatom ere dru*a ou the market. On UM Bill I rn Xhore of Virginia where four mill ion buehfts ara xrown every year, (ha marketlns asency haa InstruotM farmers that It la profltlaaa to 4lr (k* retaalnder of tbair crop. . InCurrltuch county. North Carolina. Mar farmara hava turn' J th?ir horn lata their aaraat potato fields. t bavin* decided to faltan thalr pork ^ for market rather than try to make any profit out of thalr aweat potatoesCrepe tea lame , The reason moat usually assigned for the extremely low prices of the aninn la ?v-? ? ~ - ?wm ivv many nwwi pO? tatoes are crown. Kv?rjrwh#n the opinion ia entertained that tha crop ;ka? bran over-extended. While tha rcnerst commercial depremlon has undoubtedly been the occasion tor moat of tha deollns In sweet potato prices, growtra and those familiar with tha market do not hesita...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

I STOBT I QHtr 4ln I (Pnbffshed h H AiiDtjni W PAKKKK. LUll II Hi is A I biggest Local II Game Of Season I < Played Tomorrow Vlhch ?>hidrnl? f?%9?rrtr?1 l?> 1 I'ani oil 4lnr llunrfml 1'rr I lent? I'it li I It* I r?t H HK' All?*?tt). I*-?v?rythinK Is now m r< ail f. r PjbliiMol name ??f it-- year be Kpnd hrrr tomorrow upainxt Pati|m HIkIi School. Tlx' i?cal liftyi to all Bet and In thr beat- of con-I Han fnr this n?ni1iiK ?Amf and Mien* to sav they .it, t;, t k to tf.it nrtklng the> tc got Into that PpSact T>avi? pave his men a snappy krtmmnfi" yewterdr.v an<1 the v?rqr played the scrub* off their fret MCtn( end run* and fn,' plays for Hf 'salts. The "Si?ti'?m<'n" fully sailer ?lwt this pane mean* and lay are uiixlour to pile tip its l>1p a lore tip powiMi Jn other words, i Danville qart he bent they wnnt to Mt them decisively und show the %h School trlat they really rati a. As this U t...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

COLONIAL RELIC , AIDS DEMOCRATS IN RH ISLAND ^Property Qualification For VoUrt Fought Sard?Cotton Mill OperatiTM Aid 1^ Overthrow. 11 ?r n?i?h a. <B? asrvlnl L>?a>*d Wlr? lo th? R??ItoRe Worid-No???. CupyrlwhU l?t* J I i'ruvl?t?C*. H. L. NOT. i. ? tub Pi maaoad ?'* ? ?? 91 ' m9 .16HII16 workers or tit* Bt(WI Ml 11* !'?* tucket Valleys. recording tSelr reTeminent again at the in of tk? Htate roops to nroak the textile mills trlks was chiefly responsible for r??>tM* ax.a..wvKiiiis?, riynn and a Democratic legislator to reaching. Two pieces of legislation pro demanded ?hl<b may revolution lae State affairs, first Is passage of the 41-hour-a-d ?a labor law. Hecpad Is abr.l.tlon of the property qualification for voters. This is the only State-where a voter must possess property valued st least 111* and pay taxes on It b?fore_hs can eaervlsa universal suffrage. Tns Democrats of "Llttla Rhody" promise repeal of thla Idw. if t.tey do an...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

rt VOTE ON sun I f TO COME SOON Bouse Will Apt, But Senate lfay Balk?Not Expected to Cause Extra Session. TVashlngton. Nov. 9.? (Hv the International News Service.)-The Harding I.asKcr shipping hill, providing subsidy for the maintenance-of the Amercnn merchant marnc. probably xrlll pass the Iioure before December 1 If t? I* taken up at the beginning of tb* special session of the StxtvEsovct'tn Congress se< for December 20. Congressional leaders agreed to legislation, however, refrain from predicting that the measu;'e would ftt thrruith the Senate. Opfonents of the rh>p subsidy declare that the bill wilt not pass the Senate and they will be alio to talk It to death during the sli.<r; session cr nee It as the basis of n filibuster to bloc); other legislation, thereby making It tieceasasjr for Pr.??ulent Harding to call-a apeclar station of the -Riaty-eiglit Congress aftee March 4th. Kren If the subsidy bill Is not passed by both houses oofore the end ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

9 L Mffmt WAS WW BY I 11 MID UP IPeery High h Eight oi Thirteen Counties?Wise Hetarn. Wtt?t Majority. *.<&S5rt2?85S.-? Poery, of XueareQ..- was oleeted ?tot J. U. Haaatnger, of Abingdon. L to wwiS C. Itaeoo lliav from Um Hits eongraaaioaal district by net majority of 2.117 votoa. m. cording to a carefal tabaiatUra tonight ?t tbo compioto return* (torn k all eeaaOUfl. \ Mr. fmn carried e4?bt of tb? thirteen oounties loeiedlns WublBgtoa. homo of fcfc opponent. and Mr. Haarta*er At*. Tb# ouunilo* carried by the Deo?tyntfto mmSmmn aad hie* majority la each follow: .1 Wtoo, ftt; DtcJnooen. 1US - Ruasett. TIT* WMtrtBRton. *#?; Taiewell, 116: Wythe. SI; Polddkl. 607, and OUee. 447. Total major* ; ity. t.104. Mr. Haaalaser*? majoritiea la the Iti eauntlea wrried hr blm follow: Loo* Boou. su*. Bachanaa. 127; Bmyth. 146. and Bland. 67? ] toUl majority S27. Faery # u-| total majority is the district 2,167. * . ^srssjsJ&^,v-.'-.T^ry SCTijSS&LrMfcva...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

F flpriitTO .. 1 I HARVARD FAVORED TO BEAT TIGERS Princetonians Are Consistent On Surprises, However, and . Odds On Don't Mean Win. By Walter Camp. P.' Special lifitcd Wife to the Hoai noko Werld-Nev. s. Copyright,. New York. Nov. ? .?The odd* favor Harvard t-> win n\er Princeton Sn the big eastern game scheduled Br for Best Raturday lint the odds were against Princeton at Chicago a couple of week* ago and so they V'trt In the Harvard game last year, i Princeton's whole history 1* marked by a succession of occasions on l.: wnlch alio ' has risen to emergencies - against odds "W When the Crimson and the Orange and black meet ut Cambridge Sutur Hjf>. day, Princeton a ill try to duplicate the feat of last year when victory waa trained over llarvard through a remarkable run by tillroy In the laat few minutes of the game after Owen'a drop-kick had apparently : . made Harvard n sure winner. . Hast year tva? not the only year that' the Prlnceton'.ana?the underdogs? ha...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

i ' ,U7$. AFTER TAXES ON BOOZE GRAFT V Rich Bootlagfora Art Rounded Up sad Fined For False Return#?-Hew System ^ ~v berised. J 9? W. If. ASfclao. . hteidWM N?w> i?m|n Itaft C?wf??m ' L ^ WaaMnrWov Nov. .-Tnaoradlag bootUf|rYw. who h?V? amassed Woalttl soiling lulslt boot*. are baing rounded tip In >uo of tho most persistant drives uVM- begun by thw Internal Kovonua Hgreau. Tho Government la kr m?uy mlliiuns of dollars In rov? | tnui g?o4u?? bootleggers liava fall'if to maSo raturna showing (hair Ineoma. A no* system devised by tha Surcuu hat '|>ni lbs Government on tho . tracks of .Lot dodgers of this otaas Tho 'VBlg l ours" and other similarly d< algnuiod clique# that have g nonop> oly on tlhi boose sapid? and dtsJf i2xA*rnf-?Ul*v bo <n>rair \n rougn in form a llon pr6klbttlon agents. In One litrxe oltjr d'Movrry wll mad* that tha colcf of police. city councilman and other difnluriM actl*o m?uibrra of tha ...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

It > ...* V w cOURTEE> I SOCIAL ANI s MBS. J. W. SB ^ | Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M I Liars Worth ltrmrmtirrl>(. p- X>o right though pain and anguish bo thy lot; Thy heart will cheer thee when the Ks? pain's forgot B.v Do wrong tor pleasure's sake, then count thy gains, ' The pleasure soon departs, the tin ' remains. ? ? Bishop Shuttle. Prominent Kngaarmrit. W Inhornr-l'arknrd. Mrs Thomas J. Packard, of Baltimore, Md . announces the engagement Ik. and approaching marriage of her I daughtei. Katherine las*. to Roger ( . Merrtfleld Wlnborne, son of Mrs. r Robert' W arren Wlnborne. of Roanoke. The marriage will take place R- at 6 o'clock in the evening of T??tt v camber ? at the home of the brideLelect's sister. Mrs. II. A. Ford, in p-'" Martinsville. Miss I'nckard, a grand daughter of the late l.?r. Packard, who was the cnapiain of [he Virginia Theological Beminury ht Alexandria and the daughter of. the late Rev. Thomas J. Packard of th* Knls...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

* 9 \ "WANT x, I TBS WORLD NEWS 01?IBM tOiniWM rata* r? tlnr . iMirtii I* ?k? KM D? ?IN ? ? Ml All a?atOae Kiimw KrMii W art? Immii tail 'aUa w <ow ? ad k WW ra ? iMlMtma Cm* mm iiotiim aU aal-al ?? man -- Nw MM at baa>? Mack to? Xro* MaUtM j [ All ?avtlaaMMU ? laaMlM S a?a? *0? t? B.9U p tor pabUoaUOM nait ?rung; laiurtwr PSOJfS 11*3 AtnroM.m urn TO* SaXJE?rom TMlK Cer. i?22 XsM. MftrW. taonUMa rtau. run ebout 700 Mlee. Tnol. Ill MsU M, B. B. P. a a<n W- atST KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES NEW AND LOWER PRICES 30x3% Fabric $11.90 31x4 Fabric $19.20 30x3% Corda $14.66 32x4 Corda $29.10 33x4 Corda ....: $30.00 32x4% Corda .$37.80 34x4% Corda $39.50 BLUB RIDGE TIRE CO^ 502 S. JEFFERSON ST. oim SEASON GLEAN UP SALE Oakland Toarlnc. Ford Touring. Bulek Stx. Hapmob'.la Roaditer. ' Bulck Four Too ring. We will ba glad to damonatrata any of the above cara. aad will aell-the* at anusual low prlcea la ordar to mora tkem before winter. JOHNSON MOTOR CO. 110 Lack Ave....

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 November 1922

Hp* ..IXTKKN Business Today Bffijjt . , " -- - i" I ,rj St *> Those pessimistic observers of re rent developments In business whc have declared their Inabllty to detsnslns whether these are the results of real Improvement or raerel) of secondary inflation will feel some? ' . what more cheerful If they examlna the consolidated report of the national banks of the country as ol September 15. published this week b) the Controller of the Currency. Out of the unmistakable aliens of unhealthy Inflation Is the expansion 01 r - bank loans accompanied by a shrink>(* of deposlta When prices ant ' Interest rates are Advancing, bank discounts are Increasing, and deposits are declining the time hat come for the business man to reduce his inventory, push his collections. and take such other steps at may be necessary to enable him tc meet the inevitable reaction. To day prices are. rising and interest rates are becoming firmer, but the loans and discounts of the national banks...

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