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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

; '>^iPiPPPP 1 . ' "ijfiw (Published I ./ ' " ' -?1 "TruJu ruu " ixoiro Lee Junior Hi A Girls Are Now ^ n_i r? _ _ jt rue vooki K^xpllwl lUtl la Blantt Maklaa . Brian lUwsnU T? Jftw ( ^ MmPi falicri Da? Store ' Nina prli*>. amounting to f 10 wsre awarded yesterday to pupils of the Seventh and Ktgbtft Or ad a classes of \ tha Itoroa BconomU'1 Department. L-cc Junior High, tor exceptional skill ta fl bresdmaklng aa a raault ot biacuit coatast bald at lbs school under tha suueislalon of Miss My f tin J.' Ifowan, domaatlc iclance expert ot Washington, D. C., and Ml?e Virginia Caldwell, who la la charge ot tha borne economics department. 1 Tbe Judges, Mrs. P. B. Hurt. Mr? Beaufort 19ubadk and Mlea Sarah 1 _ Morgan, after exsmlnutna Lb a admix? able speofineni of LlecuTo placed on .apblbUlon l>y tbe pupils'announced the euoceeeful conleetanta aa followa: Klghtb Grade?PI rat urlle. Mlea ft Mildred Staaher, 70? Windsor Avenue; econd prlsar-Mtrr Chlora Keaale...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

| MUCH IS GREA1ER? r. ACIINS OR SINGING ? . ?' ??* Bametiines.The Two Are Bal ? aced Injo Perfection; More Often High Proficiency - In On# Reflects Favorably p . Into The Other * 8om? of these <!?>? people Who B - patronise the arts- of music unit the g 1 drama are golr.s to admit that tlity are things different. Critics, even, may come to It sometime. Anil from * *" thit Tt follows that transcendent at ability In tl,e or.e will more than Pp overcome any shortcomings in the A perfect voice singing, ray. a lyric part, particularly if it he a * highly .eentimentul ofle. still - be Judged, In a majority of cases, for * vocal perfection alon<. A highly dramatic- role may t:e execrably t . aung^yc^^f ^tho^ ride ^deinand-e-^inore_j 2 the vocal shortcomings will be sub, . merged In admiration of the dra|f matlc power. Tho rule works both wsys..^.. > True, the two arts sometimes are +. fused Into a mutual perfection./ ;T- I'aruso achieved that end...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

V- * w t 1 ' ??/ ' ' .. V, . ' *=====s=3safic===aa?B?BMwi(B=^ > STRONGLY FIAYS t IMPOLICY Itk Edward Macktj Ed(V Galls ft a Costly Quarrel? M EiU In Conference With, W Delegates. . ~??/i! 0 .. fiVfn llhi? ??*/?"" ?"/*?PUl*" b?i. JJJf*? Ubor *< capital, shall live or " ?*? ! ? *?*ttls on .. ," J2?".!*p'.4' ' ? Aastiri>ir iffi d?? ~f?aa.'v* a'atence.of the taw. celled by its opponents the "Idealk ;: ism of a dreamer." and by it* advo-' " J*Ui th? ol,JtJ1.<,,P of Industrial dlf~ H { *rma^'aijrnor m '?IU aaek to carry _ out hie pre-election promises to hays " Governor Allen. ? . altboush ha will bo out of office. Is ? Sf tfcraw the-entire weight t &P'QSS? l^uH&SI t I 55& ysufiissrfit t ! *? }h* t*P*ol of the Kansas'Ih. i. dustrtal Court taw and to substitute .. a 1eds exp-natve and mora effective * weapon Jar settlte* Industrial -dap; ? puts a" Davis has declared. " ; nwK the loao"I>einoa#ai1 "1. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

v' ME?? I I ! I , t ii I -. , . . ? v - I '" I;; . 1 " The publishers - by c?rri?n?B ! 1 ' 1 ' - ' Thexhief reason foi amounts to a copy. , the increase the carrier p fore afforded the deliver * #% ? ?* At l\c a day dehvc ? '. * *. * When the old carriei one wire service. It car ; ~ Since that time, two nei tr ... ers now receive'three wii in the State receiving sep ed Press .wire has been ii ing the best State news ir tonal News Service eight leased wire service of th< rence's daily dipp>atch as 1 Camp, John B. Foster, I and financial news, and i v \ : ^ 5 % These improvement twelve cents a week, it 1 of sixty thousand people v * . . 1 ? >> . ,,t?8? ***"> * V - "V * - 1 "" ' ' y 9 " ' *' ^ ' ' '*' "* Deapitc the fact that readers to pay more for t News haveenjoyedafar the larger SoudMa new; I ; . Lynchburg Advuu fT. Norfolk Ledger Di Richmond New?-L< - - " R,. Atlanta Journal .. I Atlanta G?or|iu ' Aufuita Herald Mac...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

a " ' <? '; loVjG GAME' V. P. I.- *xp?ct? Xoit R?pre- ? I mtftHv# Ahawrt 0?ch?rUf I In Tears Tor Th&nkjgiv. I inf Chune. f s - a mf and tbay w.ot * back to work (4?V wMT fiaiojl *J ?-t\o*yr Ui B^atorwIoaHoii to ? cist* tho MM9I to a blu* of story #, by dofaatlnw V. it X. iA Boasoka * n?ttk?rUoT. . Tko BMagMHt ta balas bsotosad by Uot-mlanto football eraaka and 4, TJtS'^ss&j^s^skgat t, tajtxjKS | sr^srssi'a rv&r.,a ? tha yre-yam* predictions of tkaoa bJ I In ebaryo that a ll.m tinuUU B ? yff IW^itlUlllE**' .M1!?*- U*? a ^ Th? Tacbo will b? wall raproaant- y ad by mm who kavo made gridiron ' klatory bora both from 0 mana#* rial and play las v standpoint. Among ^taw_ th? noonokr profaaoar % bToIo*/at"lhia l*3ti^ " lion and ooack and maaagecof M>? ? flfat tohm that represented Ua cOl- ~ las# on Um gridiron. Or. Smyth ' had aiwrrod football at Princeton " I aad tawtnw kto knowledge to Um S Tech. Tba wosdor toam of l?i: win * bo Qu...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

p' * pivSIT' I VOICES WELCOME | TOENGINEERS Wncral Nichols Delivers In- ! I leresting Address at Con- I L) ventiorxat Lexington Nov. ; I l?: * uu!.?Ue?l IltDKinrera from many stuI Of engineer.in; f? rn uumer. Colleger and urniMMiiO tinn. Bfi' and drlftl.it'' 'rum \ lYglnla ot four national ri.cinder- I flW aocletles. highway 'itK'.m'rj and public officials. o?ai .a4~Ua??V-r ?}?nia SOlitary Institute t lis? ii'ri.injt to OdCin a two-day nmf. r. n.v on the ptPjtct of ma mmtiia s-ducatiou In H^lf rsi ?M?d??." II- rn | I #Bd BOO.I toads in particular. Ofa Airhole \Vrtronar?. % he visitor* *??r* . ?-?l by' ' Owicral K. W.. Nichols. suj?. r.i.tcnUMi of tlit; \ .ru nla >1 Ilittir-yJ.. i?tiWt?. tn iyii ucl?lm? ih.it 'it,o.;. it )< ?fp BP#f*aaloft. 'ilti O'tunjf address Iftftorr^w moriirnu will t.v ! OTtior K. Ere T.nnkle The i-~ie?tdiu? ' < rpttcar at tomorrow* .-sion v.?n < |fc? II. fj. 8hXil">. rh.ilrni.tll of thul li hjgjlni* lltguwn...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

jv I I YOUR H f What-You S I If Vou- Suffer P By ROYAL S. CO I ?' - CdMiliwiuiiM Of Hea f-'V WIT BODY n>U m &ma ud f . K ofcrtuaaUljr fow ymwi net f ; ' *?1 -lam of akin trakk Tha oak In ikh-teMt to called "iw?,? or "a Like any other inflammation, tha taau la fihw Tha affected par bat nadtr axeitaawnt, irritation ft f serelehie*, atpuwi to heat, or after k tha radaeaa la Imrnatd. EL little MUters Loan aa the akia a? I there la mora or laaa anidetaie oa the <apasts take t - ft to duac?ttu>*(?u um ?lta Irrtuhqca ef loiwi k*a l MM Mml ? ??, The mmm Mr k? ctnllMd to the K. , - fitftjr to mm port of UM toco. Otter ' (MM ottock tte MM. loco or tte ko4r < ' itaolf- HiMitlwio tt eothee ea the bead*. 1 Womb tte ft?wr?. Pock af tho rare. < Or la the teadi ef tho loco or erma It < may Inrolrt tho ooolp or other hairy i ' ' portteao ef tho telj. Aay oklh UMlrt 1o prohohty aa art- 1 Jam ot Ioomm roototaaeo. It a?r ho &...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

~~ WORI < __ , i v > THC "WORLD NEWS n?fid dvcruslo) rate? Te a 11m r < ?nuii worrit to tk? Um Dtap'a* "rfaaelflod Me per lad AJI daMlBiO tunrtiMi euicttj Rri : ??> IS advance nil fitn to tooc-tens id tfllrri <o appllcalloo fc OmB Bilk arcompt&r all out-olf; ' W?1 order* %e-- ^ Mlactasaiacatloos not permittad.f^ B? eota of baav? biacBlacffc tnx Ife, l?IIIH ' . *5-1 All MwUmwcu ui nmIII* it ftvataaaa offlcr b> I W p to for publication Mil moruloc SaiuMUja * ?,? ? PHONE ?1?. ' ?.- ! u _ 4 SPECIAL NOTICE! When you place a keyed advertisement iir The Roanoke Times oj* Roanoke World-News, - get your receipt with the key * And number on it. jv~ We cannot give out answers to blind advertisements unless you have your receipt, or prove ownership of the advertisement. " - Don't ask us questions about . .keyed advertisements ? they / "are confidential and no infor^matlon wiH be given out. CLASSIFIED-ADVERTISING ' , D...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

plpppi^ppppw > < V 1 >\ i ' . ' f mm may -i* rmacHERs g Death <of J.. A. 0. Bart Leaves "nV 1 omo9 Vacant Second it 7!^ - ? * prei .4 . .1 ...I i ?*] ~ C*K '? Hk>wi?a. Her. !4.?The death of A. ? f. A. C. Mart, of WU.h?vlllt, preei- <t*n< dent of tba M?t? Tea.here- Aeeocie- jvoj tlon, mean* that a trepidant wilt have (o ha elected by the aaeoelatloa at Ite iar tneetlnar here neat week- Mr. Hurt ^ was elected laet November for a ,i >- period of two yea re. Hie auoeeeaor 1 u will be^^eUated fOr ^ the uneaplred |{|( Ha ateetlaff oa^ldnnday nea" elect *a th?^l ?SratS2J*"f lh-PI?oc*?(ton' Tea . an< 1M* ?^-lm?Marr pee aidant the * rOBSAJ 1U productive fariua la Northern VI ft V Valrfax) reactof In aiaa from fifteen to m farm# nee n number of attractive propoaltl farma, trail worth the money naked for ' yonal Capitol which haa become tho pelf tin tlaed to become oaa of the world # area) ft A ....

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

^SIXTEEN V ; ^ :* r Si. ^_ 7 ' - The Investor . K^Hltnrnl "tresis Hank Abend of I |*' AM?OH?ee?Hail?a?da l?ult?'IHl > RL AM Make Ideal Miort-rVra. toCT Hdariia.1 K*. .. rir^t adopted approximately a half p3> ' century a go, as an ingenious method , tf * acquire new filing stock for railroads in a weakened financial posiGft tton, equipment truMs have groan in popularity by uaps and bounds. Br Prosperous roads as svrtl as poor fonea noon recognlxod tulvantagta in. _ . ' the new sth'uie and adoff?tt"TK?fTfr" 1*00 there ?fro oUMknaiit'i In tht.? country only ?" million do|lar* in, par value of equlp-t.'iitr. but. by I Ml' ^ that figure had grown to SJh million* and nt>w It eland* at"biind 1,M?0 milllona. Kar-aighted nituis-n were quick to nelxe an additional line of credit for enlarging their road'* carrying capaot'y. fv payment of pr.nctpal and mUrnt from operating In. coma, distributing hmudiui in ?uch manner that the equipment would pay for Itself. It...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

' ? ?f "^~~ ' [Market and Fh l! m MER6ER IS If L | wnHOin effect . I ' -A,.t. : : u took* Mot Affecttd As Mifht a. . . Hat>Be<ml*p?cted?DU- xj ^ - appoln total In Baldwin a! Barainfs. U * Ai . At , B, uw*wt r. w?.t i| - (It iMCltl Lim?I vr.re to the Ilo*. At Bqke Wortd-Newe. Copyright. !?*:.) At ? Wail Street. Now York. Nov. Far today * euddwn r???w*l of thd ?5 oelltng- movement on the Stock Km- JI 1 chance the fundamental explanation J," k I was that tho liquidation which ha* !' I hooti dolag on Intermittently for over *C ?:,rx;a a woolMon had again braked out. The J-* I immediate occasion for ttpodnf thU ;[ the dlacpvery that ?o far from be.ng Cl n argument In favor of the eteel O atocka. It could actually be uaod u '< i a club agalnet tho entire market, flu The huge addition to the Bethlehem C* I Steel caatlal Wie the thing moot In- Co toted uoen. But beaidea th'a the Co i^^?5j!yri!a tw *ec; ? inrotiKn ib an etrort to W4?tt coats Cl to meet tho sh...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 November 1922

P] BRYAN'S WEEKI r *' ^ * *' * * f* if The World's Gre 4 . J. __: : By William* Jen f* I Jesus Sends Forth His TMissioniu ( |gr; Talk by Mr 1.1 After the** thinp.? tin* I.tfrd appoint* i? two aad two before His lace Into every would com*. .? Therefore, lit paid unto them. The h L era are few: prav y< therefore the Lord forth laborer* harvest. Go your wayi^?oeholfl. 1 send you fc Cgrry neither puree. n>>r scrip, nor el And Into whatsoever house ye enter. And If the Han of I'twoc he there, yo ohall turn to you again. And In the *ame hnuise remain, eattr Elf*; fdr the laborer l* worthy of hi* hi * .'And Into w hatsoever'city ye enter, a And. heal the *trk that are therein, i God la come nigh unto you. ?But Into whatsoever city ye epter. ??out into the etreeta oI the same, am Eyen the very oust or your city, wl c, against you: notwithstanding he yo sure come nlgtryntn you. And the seventy returned again wit arc* subject unto us through Thy name. Last wee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 November 1922

PSS WKcmxvktmovib-Xnvs , ' voi-<0-?'o-128. , m"f ac'm. today ro a n 0 k e, v ib g i n ia.m 0 n d a y a f t e r n00 n. n o v e m b e b 27, ? 92 z. . mlftl tHMl iiihit.'i TAX snug IS' ' THREATENED ' .BY FARMERS" f Bankruptcy Already Resorted . By Hundreds in West, According to Information ; Reaching Washington? " Wi Farm Bloc Senators Say V. Situation Is Critical and Ac- * tual Suffering Is In Pros- " pect This Winter. ' " . .. - . *m -?:?- aj ByfWllllam K. Hutchinson. ' Washington, Nor. 27.?(By tb? ?n International Neva Service)?A tr generat revolt la brewing among lV ?^ farmers of lft*~TfId<rie Weit against m the atarvlng eondltlona of agrlcul- tn tare, according to reports reaching ' k v Congreaalonal circles today. " _ The threatened outburst of farm- ? i or wrath, it-wras ? ?*?? mw 'n. afi umo the proportions of a rron-cooperatlve revolution, similar to the *a k famous Gbandl revolt of India, m Facing the witter practically pennt-1 . * Mm. large groups of fa...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 November 1922

I TWO fr w**t woiax apim>inti:i> > V ,. _ c tW*?hI?0t?n. kov., 15?i*t.e?i<lent * mmnrn ??!>?. *?krl by the H?-J6 " f*wlw^ AVortj^n'? Club of flihra*u Ml?? Florence Kin*- a IPW*^' ?UUi IMatrlct Jiuls' f i th.e J tftptrlct of Hi uoi? Ml? it I OVERS! PL# ?JN ORP( II "Styles of Tomorro Extraordina jf~, In G IThlree Groups I Plain Models and Spoi lours and imported English $35.00, now . $19. 117 f Oil fl I Rich Marleeri, Panvelai with and "without fur" trir 175.00, how $39.75 an "-Coats with the finest be num trimming. Made of very select models. Large draped cOfect.?Sokl up to I |j $55.00 to ! Misses and Junior Sch $10.00 to -^CLEARANCE I ' , DRES This group of Dresses I .Poiret Twills and-Crepes. M ' Formerly setting from $19. I $15. IB Milliery Special, one | M f 10.00, on sale . ^ y 129 Campbell/ I N. Carl Overstreet _ '" I p # . ISI * r I7UITT I i i , I .ITliai ~" " * ..' ? tin* has practiced In the Kedei 'ourts for about twenty...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 November 1922

* #. BIG FALLING OFF SHOWN IN FEDERAL TAX COLLECTIONS - ' k Colt flf flfflfiffiTftn Alio Higher. Bureau Iaiau Annual vH ; Report. | "V MIO raij ?*u orr^. -.yVh.ln^Vn' " -(By The A*. spoUUd fNM.)?federal tax collection* during the fiscal year (Mai f "? *?' IHJ. fell off about iLtoo,I* W?,0W. or 10 per cent, itwifii'i] O *'Ui lit phpdoue year., according to J tbo annual report of tS? Internal Kevenue Bureau Issued last night by C oinmlasloner Blair. Income and yroflta taxea collected during the fear sboweja decrease of ll.Hl.00ff.eOO, or S? per cent. . I' _ Total tax collection# for the year MW,OMH. compered. tM>8^dT,0?l tor l?li. while Income and profits taxea for . IMfamounted Co l2.oae.an.ut. against J.dWt' the precious year. Miscellaneous collection* arising r from taza(Q>n other than that on In???."?. amounted to IIlitiHi J}* * |'l,? 1 decrease of asa.eaa.rrd.. or is per cent. This stump, Mr., malr declared, was accounted for ifostly bv the repeel or reducti...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 November 1922

] } FODft i g, ifea?l>jb? fa??? RSEN UP I |. Indictments, If Any, Expected * By finmin^ftfcn | flail TesTifies.. I;?" Bomtrvllie. N. J_ Nov. :;.-(Cr th* International N vrr Serv'ct^?The ^ (IM< Jury Investigating the murdf-rt E ?y_September.,!! t-f U.e?-Rev, IRv : Wheeler Hall and ble "wonder heart" etaotr aincer, Mrs. Eleanor Mills, toV day * being given the meet aenaaE3 * tlonal teatltnyon deputv Attorney General Wilbur A. Slott haa to 'offer, t. .. When the aetalon begin today,' m - rumor had It tht two men and one i Woman were to be Indicted. ( r Loutae Uelat and Barbara Tough, id . maids In the H?ll home. appeared Ml 'again todiw. They are expected to "] their veralon of Mm. Hall's M - movement* on the murder night ae ? well aa the attitude of the rector ?J ..gad hla wtfo toward each cubar. Mr a. . i Jane G baon. "the pig woman." Mott'a 1 Star Witness, la yet to be called. Inj etlctroents. If there arc to be any. are 1 expected, by Wednesday. Mrs. Anna K. B...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 November 1922

' j^yyr,k. \ .'... . " . * ;" ' . i mrnar~ NOT GENERAL IN ftrwrtdttrt of Smith GoHeg< I Sayt Lasinesr One Cause? p Slang Should B? Avoided. ' ..? * JrRrfc? 27?Or. Will Ian Allan Ncilaon. ?r?!a?M of Hmltl . Cott#(?, Nortbijapton. Mam, In ai ^ ?4<lryw to !? jind Tench d . Z'A?i?,m.t'on l&htcal I - . <*re.School, on The Need for Bat tor ftiimi Uh." chanted tha meat ma ilh# tropin with-.train* Enc 1,1,1 'a full or miotakaa in cram worda" atloh and choice ? ^ *r pointed oat that ai *? the foundation of * a] MuratWn *4n tha eise of English MieahU* ?o>'i.i.n. a kohwU.iite o tha correct use of tha mother tonaui , 7!2S enrich tha tlfa of th? k,-. Individual and to make man success L Jul l? business, Ua alao contfemnei ^ tUd ajanr. aecrtbtnir dta j?r? yalanca to laxlnee*. and deScrfWn, It on tha whole aa dell and color tapa, though admitting that aom< alarm expressions ara forceful aa' alefitrsanoe ? L . "An Imperfect ommand. ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 November 1922

ilta RouMl Wortd-Htfs" " Aim wouku" cCa?m*Tio?. i tomay <>m y> i [ AAaHMk Jtow^^T'T'Tp "?i?*r? ammmikw i IIniWPB ??o??M? , F" "Tta | f ml?i to Ik* aw tor frptolltoUto Of ! I am tolMHi ?rwiiM IP It ar tto I liiMtoMlto ?r*itto to UM P*e*? <3 fttop * tow* w+% toWtoto totpf _ ? r FTaliToS akpRitaiSVafivi; I ^ ^ st^w pW BBB i^jh*?*4 ?hat?*)(* ?l Ho?.?>Kr Vlrtfnle ; , ? Aoyoprl Clm?? H?H Matter ? feATt* IN AOVANCI ' ' it N*U per *wk pa> ?M? to earrtar. fT.M p*r year P???hl? it the otice. ^ , Bt MAIL UUlPHONM DMim the Dtt All Chit* ...>\7... y. .....?l?t ibbE^^I: . CeMuxttuom we All tiirre of M? , Mr NhMlM aheuM he lAtlili^ M lb* edi>eft*. BhOhrtearet AU m>Nm-w porta lr M to BMhrMKMB* end MvMiaiae ahoal/i M MlBnwB w the bimwo tmrn Mhetumn chaocmt hAtrtao mum fire BIB IB tM ee e?w at> lrwe. ?"? ^ f"- - ? B jrrrnY the mai*. Every Thenksglytn* t)?y foot | b*U game at the Fair Grounds ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 November 1922

I All-Wool Batts F. . % I If you intend making a hands | I $6.25; cheese cloth covered batts, & 2-7- . t , An Importai 5 Dresses? There are something like 1C eral wear. They constat of tri< fc.: AH these are regular stock?no are given below. * A * . ' 1 '"Si? m ~ Jerae * y V you t i_ Also : - : : './ , * . r- I . --i-? ? > . ^All Kinds Of . ????fiii . | _ -. inam .7? ' You will find a Thanksgiving ? - seed hu >een anticipated. If ybu trouble in procuring just what you " - -' Genuine Cowhide Traveling Bi both black and tan, 18-inch sia ' _1 built throughout, at __ Week-End Cases in. black enan in genuine leather; 12 to 22-inch f Black Enamel 83.50 to f: J ~ Leather .....,...? .8J0 to i - Suit cases in black "and tan. m 24-and 26-inch sizes, $12.00 to $25.00 ~ . i ' ass Thanksgiving blg Sale of - J Carving Sets ^ ~ Give wife or mother ono ~*H H I, of these 2-plece carving nets H * and add to tbo pleasure or r the festivities. There are L&am...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 November 1922

QIfye luti (Publish^ b; r 1A* PAHtLK LUlfrD* f Good Meeting ~ g?IrHdd By The? M.W.L.S.No. 1 JR-^-B-^OOOD METT1NO '? Tli.- Martha TVast> iiiictxin literacy Society, No. X enjoyed a apU udld.program on Thomas Nation Page. *-*r??lay af tar noun. In atiuly hall. The society *ku*? an increased interest in every ' Mm of literary work and .the attendance was excellent. eonstderthg Lfia dtvie ion of the soctety. Tli* nrit BUfai tr inr tin -pttitrtm ~'TUoma? Nelson Pago, a Typical Southern Writer." by Miss Ltorothy Shod fa er. carried us again through the Old South, revealing his wondertnl worka and ikewinf us that be > stood heart and soul Tor his owa native land." TKhClend'* and America's Atnhashadors Compared." l-y Miss Kthel itxrkndale. was very, Instructive atul -hitilh while. At vocal quartet, composed of Misses Rebecca Perry. Mildred Keynolds. Bslie Yountr and Clara Mason, very delightfully endered "The Old Ark's j J *' overln'," after which Miss Louise HcCormick...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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