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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 12 December 1889

EDISON'S FIENDISH CLOCK. The Wizard'?? leitest I m ention Is Diabol? ical iu Its feasibilities. Thomas Edison, the phenomenal in rentor. has reached a critical stage in his career, and it would be a strange sarcasm of fato if his latest invention should make him positively abhorrent to the growing generation. Over in his .laboratory at Llewellyn park is this in? vention. It has been tried and found :perfect, and it is a phonographic clock which, instead of chiming the hours, calls them out at every quarter in a Jvoice full of clearness. It may be fitted with any set to suit tho purposes for which it may be intended. To a re? porter it was exhibited yesterday. Tho inventor was cheery and playful as he always is. "Tho clock." said he, "is an improvement, and if it were only in the market now it might savo you report era a great deal of worriment. For in? stance, say you aro at a political meet? ing with a dozen speakers carded. They are each to have a half hour. You know what a fictio...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 12 December 1889

LOCAL MATTERS. HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CITY. GATHERED BY OUR REPORTER. ?Rev. J. D. Thomas, evangelist for the Montgomery presbytery, closed! a very successful religious meeting of j eight days at Mountain Union church | in Botetourt county. Thirty-one per? sons were converted. ?A meeting of the directors of tbe rolling mill was held yesterday to pre? pare a notice for stockholders of an iucrease iu the capacity of the mills. This increase will be voted on at thel stockholders' meeting on the 12st| instant. ?Five believers were immersed iu the baptistry in the Baptist church last night, making niueteen baptism* since the close of the meeting. Thert are other candidates to be baptized. ?The ladies of the Baptist church will set their bazaar ball in motion to? night at the skating nuk. The inter tainmeut is called a com festival, and will be something unique aud enjoy? able. ?Gents' line hand-made shoes at E. Gaetz's, 21 Salem-avauue. novl4-J ?Mr. Chaides Jacobsen, city en? gineer...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 13 December 1889

PLEASE. We wish to say to the people of Koanoko and vicinity that our euiiro stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, etc., must he closed out by December 15. ami to do this we are now Sellins regardless of cost. We have not only a few special lar gaius, but we have Bargains in Dress Goods, Bargaius in cloaks, bargains iu staple goods, aud in fact everything we have at the prices at which we are now sell? ing is a bargain. Many goods way below cost and nothing above cost. IN DRESS GOODS Wo still have Dearly everything desired. All wool silk wraps, 38-inch benriettas sold for SI, ai 80 eis; all wool silk finish, 46-iuch benriettas, sold for $1, at 80 cts.; all wool 46-iuch henrietta. sold for 85 eis. now G2*ct$.. all wool 38-inch benriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 37J cts.; all wool 38-inch Henriettas, soid for 37J cts. now 25 cts. IN CLOAKS We have a full hue ot plush wraps, modjeskas. uew markets^ and jackets, and we can *ave you the profits other ouses are making. IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAV...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 13 December 1889

The Roanoke Times, (DAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, oue year. $6.00 Dailv, six months. 8.00 Dai-V, three months. 1.50 Daitv, one month. 50 Veckly. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, HI teen cents a week, fifty cents a month, nd six dollars a year. Advertising rates furntshed on applica on at theotfice. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must b^ paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous eorre spondenue, and rejected communication:- not returned b> mail unless postage is sent h>i that purpose. Every other day insertions will beeharged tue -ime as every day insertions, less '20 pel oenC: twice a week*40 percent.; one? a weeC, 50 por cent. t Letters contaiumg important news soin ? Itcd. Coutraots for advertising apply only to the regular busniess of adverti...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 13 December 1889

A SPECTER OF THE SEA. THE BARK THAT SAILS BY THE SHORES OF THE UNSHAPEN LAND. Cauvas S9t, but Xo One at the IIelm. Skirting tho Crushing I*ack nnd Dodg? ing tho Crumbling Rpr^s ? now John Hanson Was Shocked. Stout John Hanson, wrapped all in furs, stood at the wheel of the bark Rein? deer, a whaler of the Arctic seas. It was night, and tho vessel was working along the ice pack with Cape Smythe just looming in the distance. The biting wind twirled about Ilansen's feet, catch? ing up the light snow and sending it swirling across the darkling water. There was a brisk breeze and the night was too cold for comfort by reason of the proximity of the floe; but Hansen cared little and cheerily whistled the tune of a folk lore song he learned while a child sporting on the shore of a Nor? wegian fjord. He seemed as strong and fearless as one of his Viking ancestors when they faced the unknown Atlantic until "cloudlike they saw the American shore stretching to leeward." TUE rilAXTOM OF TUE NIGH...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 13 December 1889

LOCAL MATTERS. HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CITY*. GATHERED BI OUR REPORTER ?Misses Tresham and Kiuneur, 104 Campbell street, have just received a fine lot of goods for the Christmas trade, caudies aud notim s. Their eu tir* stock will be closed out bv the 1st of January. decl3-lw j ?The road from the cross r?ud? beyond the Yates h'.u;>c to Captain Moorman's gate, upon which Mr. J A. McConnell Ins had a force o! it employed, is nenrly completed. Ii t known as Melrose boulevard, and 1. one of the finest thoroughfares in lhi? section of the sta'.e. ?Mr. W. M. Yager has received the plana and specifications for the Virgiuia Brewing company's buildings, and has them ou exhibition at bis office. This looks like business. ?The board of directors of the Roa uoke Iron company will meet in the of? fice of General Mauager Sands, of the Norfolk and Westeru Railroad com? pany, this morning at 10 o'clock. ?Messrs. William M. Yager & Co., red estate agents, sold $10,000 worth of real-estat...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 14 December 1889

THE LEADING PAPER AMD THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM -IN 1 SOUTUWERT VIRGINIA. I^AI Till ^VOL VI? NO. 12, ROANOKK, VIRGINIA, 8ATDRDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, l^S9. PRICE?II We will pay $10.00 in Gold to the lady furnishing the best receipt for keeping husbands at home at night. All articles must bear the name of writer on back and not be over One Half Column in leugth Articles will be published in this column, bearing auy non de plume. Coutest will close Janu? ary 1st, 1890, when three men will be selected, who will not know name o contestant, to award prize. Address al communications to Waller Pocahoutas Huff & Co., the leading low price Coal and Lumber merchants, Koanoke, V*a. TRIED?UNFAI1.IXG. Receipt ffor Keeping HimImumIm m Home ni Night. Hnvei^convftnient a sofa or some other ct^Ji^iviiuce for laziness, that he may take a IS1 L?H 1" Put into ids hands an interesting book, say, for instance the bistow of m Avoid anything that wou.d ;ead him to the discovery that he is not tu rea...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 14 December 1889

le EoiiHoke Times, (0AJLy/aXD weekly) independent Democratic paper ied to thm material and political sts of ifoanoke and Southwest jscrwirTinx rate le War. 5?;.00 six months. ?.?? . three month.-. 1.50 oae?nonth. 50 taU. 1.00 hishedto city subscribers, fret; deliv tteen cents a week, fifty cents a month) |X dollars a year. rertlsing rates furaisacd on applica t the office. marriage and death notices, ofordi length, 50 cents will be charged, transient ad^ ertiscmcnts most be paid advance. attention given to anonymous corro lence, and rejected communications not' H?Wu>>n>?iiriuilc.'-s postage is gent for urnoJe. *"" >'o;herday insertions will be charged one as every day insertions, less 20 nt.: twice a week, 40 per cent.; on< 50 rar cent, fers containing important news solic aracts for advertising apply only to rular busniess of advertisers. Ajuver nts outside of regular business w ill rged extra at transient rates. No Con? or advertising is transferable without itten c...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 14 December 1889

ITS 300 OVERCO 10 EVERYBODY HAS AN EQUAL CHANCE, YOU WILL FIND AT JOSEPH COHN'S, THE POPULAR SALEM AVENUE CLOTHIER JO Suits Worth From 12 to SI5, go for S9.85; 300 Overcoats, Worth From 11 to $15 qo for $9.f55 THEY ARE GOING FAST AND MUST ALL GO BEFORE MOVING INTO OUR NEW QUARTERS JANUARY 1ST This is no One Line of Goods Used as a Leader, but EVERY SUIT, EVERY OVERCOAT That Formerly Sold From $11 to $15 TODAY FOR $9.80 for libel the''-' CL The Salem Aveuue Clothier, Gent's Furnisher, Tailor and Hatter. E. ML DAWSON, Man How an Oregon Horse lTajco. Recently, as a train load of circus was coming into town over the West Side road, a short distance south of town a car containing some of the elephants wai derailed. No damage was done, but twc of the elephants were obliged to walk into the city. They were very indignant, either at being thrown off the track or at having to walk, and as they passed South Fortland they were waving their trunks wildly, while their drivers were j what an old ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 14 December 1889

AMl'SEtfEXTS. "A?*?per l>oll " E.a<%t .\lsht-Several Treats in Store. large andiene greeted Kate Cms- 1 m last night at the opera house 'A Paper Doli." The performance pas good, and the play full of capital Jood humor. FATHER!. AN U. Karl Gardner, the sweet singer, will on Tuesday night next present for the first time here his new comedy Fatherland. The scene ol the play is laid in the heart of the Tyro!, and the story is told with simple and touching pathos, relieved by bright dialogue and humorous situation's. The scenic effects of the play are an important feature, the scenes peculiar to Ty r?lean life being new and novel. The j star is supported by an excellent com- j ^a^Wn . Gil MOKE's :? l.\;>. P. S. fiilmor? :s entire Jubilee party will be at the Roanoke opera house next Thursday, December 10. His wonderful band will be heard, with its many renowned soloists, anvils, artillery,' etc ; also the following special artists, m my of whbra are the most celebrated in the wo...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 15 December 1889

THE-LEADING PAPER I AND THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM \ -IN ! SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA. | tAHGEST\ CKRCUlA'ttOJtf OF AIsW PAPER THIS SECTIO? OF THE rii wm. VOL VI- NO. 13. KOA&uKJi, VIRGINIA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, i s9. ni,u uuu KOR SA I.K ATA BARGAIN. The entire stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., which has been reduced by the receut cost sale, will be closed out to any one wishing a ^ GOOD BUSINESS, as well as a good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arrange? ments are mailt*, we will continue to sell AT AND BELOW COST.I We stili have nearly everything desired All wool silk wraps, 38-iuch bsuriettas sold for $1, ai 75 eis; all wool silkj finish. 40-inch Henriettas, sold for $1. sold at 75 cts.; all wool 46-iuch henrietta, sold for 85 cts. now 62* cts.. all wool 38-inch Henriettas, sold for! 50 cts. now 37* cts.; all woo! 33-inch Henriettas, so d ior 371 cts. now 25ct8. IN CLOAKS ' We have a fall iine oi plush wraps, fcodjeskas, newniarkets, and juck?is. \nd w...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 15 December 1889

Hie Roanoke Times, ! lIV.!LY AND WEKKLY) An independent Democratic paper' devoted to the material and political \ interests, of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia sUBScmi'TI^X RATE Dne year. Si>.Cu; if sis months'. pJVthree months. 1.50 T?', one month. Mr. 1.00 j \dshed to city sub-enbers. free deliv fiteen ccnt^ .1 wc-elv. fifty cents a month, Tnd six dollars .1 yt. r. 1-Advertising rate? furnished ou upp!iv :i ion at theoillcc. For marriage ami death notices, ofor.b nary length, AO cent- n Hi Ik- charged. All transient advert:-- :::ems im-sl 'ippai ' for ia advance. No attention giver, to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not 1 returned by mail ualess postage is sent for that purpose. Jtrervothcr day ':>:? s*ti us will be charged r**tc?tZv-.z'Z.- -c".\ . v crtions, less ?_ per cent.; twice a wc. k". 10 per cent.; once 1 a week, 50 por cent. Letters contaiumg 1 jpofbuit news sohc-i Itcd. I Contracts for advertising apply only toll ^the regular busniess of ad...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 15 December 1889

p^ad Garefally?Get a Bottle from pa Druggist aod be Gonvineed. ^Hfti Tie Great Virginia Vegetable Alterative, Blood Purifier and Renovator of the Human System has been used Successfully in the following Diseases, as Certificates will Attest: Liver Complaint Jaundice and Bilious Derangements; In Mercurial Blood Poison, Scrofulous and Eruptive Diseases/ Costiveness, Indigestion, Flatulence, Periodical Sick Headache, and Female Complaints._ $ * * * * * * * * * * & TESTIMONlALiiP'i ******* *?* * * * Derangement of the Liver. Richmond, Va., July, 1S35. This is to certify that I have known of the superior qualities of JOHNS? TON'S VEGETABLE NOLANDINE for the past fen years, and during tu.it time, at intervals, have had occasion to use it in person and in my family, and have always found it a sure cure for de rangementsof the liver and kidneys, i digestion, hea&ache, &c, and a good touic. L. C. DAVIS, So.i north Fifth street. Kidney Affections. Robiow's Station, ] Chesterfield ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 15 December 1889

SDTECIAli tOCAIi NOTICES. ?Misses Tresham and Kinn-ar. 104 Caaypball street, have just received a fic|f lot of goods tor the Christmas tr?fce, candies and notions. Their eu tiA stock will be closed out by the 1st jpf January. decl3-lw j '???Gents' fine hand-made shoes at E. ^froetz's,' 21 Sa!em-avanue. uovl4-| jt ?Gent's stiff and felt hats ju^t received at E. Goetz's, 21 Salcm avenue. uovl4-| ?Boys and children bats at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem-aveuue. novT4-+ St; ?Children's and infant's shoes very cheap at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem-avenue. ncvl4-t . ?Hats, caps acd unirellas at E. ^Qgjifs, 21 Salem-avenue. noyl4-+ "Livery men and others needing a first hay and fodder cutter, should see the one on exhibition by Brown, Johnson & Co at Yager & 'Whaling's stable. The "Tornado." decl4-lt t Quick sales and short profits at Blount's blue diamond front grocery, ' 154 Salem avenue. decl4-13t See Blount about canned goods and flour before buying. Blue Diamond front, 154 Salem avenue, dec 14t...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 17 December 1889

VOL VI-NO. 15. KOAxuKti, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 19. PRICE?FIVE CENTS FOR SALB AT A BARGAIN. The entire stock DRY GOODS, i^RONS, ETC., which has been reduced by the recent cost sale, will be closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a Rood stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arrange? ments are made, we will continue to sell AT AND BELOW COST. We still have nearly everything desired. All wool silk wraps, 38-inch henriettas sold for $1, at 75 cts; all wool silk finish, 46-inch henriettas, sold for $1, sold at 75 cts.; all wool 46-iuch heurietta, sold for 85 cts. now 62} cts.. all wool 3S-inch henriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 37$ cts.; all wool 38-incfa henriettas. soid for 37? cts. now 25 cts. IN CLOAKS We have a full line oi plush wraps, modjeskas, uewmarkets, and jackets. >nd we cau save you the profits other ?*?ouse^ are making. ? IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE Fruit of the loom, bleach, 8} cts. Louddale, bleach, Si cts. Lonsdnle, cam...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 17 December 1889

The Roanoke Times, (.DALLY AND WEEKLY) Au independent Democratic paper devoted to the material aud political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. ?0.00 Daily, six months. 3.00 Dat.y, three months. 1.00. Daily, one month. 50 V'eekly. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, fifteen cents a week, fifty cents a month, i nd six dollars a year. . Advertising rates furnished on applicat? ion at the office. For marriage and death notices, ofordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. AU transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not returned by mail unless postage is sent tor that purpose. Every other day Insertions will be charged the same as every day insertions, less 20 per cent.: tr.lee a week, 40 percent.; once a <2Ktfc?5G par cent, . -f^ Letters containing important news solh - f ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular bu...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 17 December 1889

A MOTHER'S HEART All the children come to me. Look up at mo, and run to me: Littlo babies peep at ir.?s. First furtive and then Knowingly, And soon their wandering eyes will smile, And for a moment they beguile My careworn soul to fairyland Ob, how they co:nc! tliey know my loss; They draw the nails from out my cross. Suffer them. I.i-n!. t? come. 10 coma Once, children uevor noticed mc. For then 1 had a child ut home; But now they know the look in me, Aud they are sitting on my tuee. Their little arms around my neck, One, two or three, 1 littlo rack; 1 want them all. where onco but ouo ?Was all I loved?but ho Is (rone. What gazo Is mine their souls to move? It is the hungry look of lovo. The famine in my heart Inspires My weary eyes with restless tires; Mine eyes the wide world sadly roam For that 1 once beheld at borne. Longfellow Remembered Him. About 1S?G an Englishman of letters, Mr. Kingston, visited this country. Wldle in Boston he took occasion to call upon Mr. Longfellow wi...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 17 December 1889

LOCAL MATTERS. HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CITY. GATHERED BY OUR REPORTER. Business TraiiMU to! in the Hustings Court Yesterday?Konnoke's Water Supply?A Good Appointment. In the Hustings court yesterday the eaj>e of Alexander Barnett vs. tho Norfolk and Western Railroad com? pany, occupied a large share of atten tion. Mr. Barnett saos for damages from the loss ot an arm. When the court adjourned yesterday afteruoon The case was still before it. Mi Brown, of the law firm of Sauuders & Brown, of Liberty, represented Bar nett, and made a Very able speech in behalf of his client. The case of Cline vs. The Norfolk and Western railroad was continued till Friday next. Konnoke's Water Supply. Mr. Howard Murphy left here yes? terday afternoon tor Lynehburg, to confer with the managers of the Gla? morgan works and Mr. J. B. Fol?y in regard to the water pipes which are to be laid in various parts of the city. He says no pipe smaller than four inches will be laid for the street water su...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 18 December 1889

VOL VI? NO. 15. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1 0. aiCE?FIVE CENTS KOR. SALE AT A BARGAIN. The entire stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., which has been reduced by the recent cost sale, will be closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arrange? ments are made, we will continue to sell AT AND BELOW COST. We still have nearly everything desired. Ail wool silk wraps, SS-uich henriettas sold for $1, at 75 cts; all wool silk finish, 46-iuch heuriettas, sold for $1, sold at 75 cts.;- all wool 4G-inch heurietta. sold for S5 cts. now 02$ cts., ail wool 33-inch heuriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 37* cts.; all wool 3S-inch heuriettas, sold for 37$ cts. now 25 cts. IN CLOAKS We have a full line ot plush wraps, modjeskas, newmarkets. and jackets, md we cau save you the profits other _T0usc? are making. IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE Fruit of the loom, bleach, SJ cts. Lonadale, bleach, Si cts. Lousdale, cambri...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke daily times. — 18 December 1889

THE R01N0KE TIMES, (DAILV AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Koanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. JC-OO Daily, Six months. 3.00 Daily, three months. 1-50 Daily, one month. 5? F'eekiy. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, fifteen cents a "week, fifty cents a month, t ml six dollars a year. ^Advertising rates furnished on ajpplica ion at the office. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will he charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications Dot returned by mail unless postage is sent for that purpose. Every other day insertions will beeharged the same as every day insertions, less 20 per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; once a week, 50 par cent. Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular busniess of adve...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
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