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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 December 1895

limes - #i$ter. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1395. UKNIT A WKBH.CK, PtiblUhem. COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. Before another issue of the TlMKSRkoistkr can reach its many ettecrned readers Christmas?the glad season?will have coine and gone, and the T.-U. trusts that into every home in this land it will bring nothing but happiness and good cheer. It is safe to say that no day in the year is so fraught with mingled happiness and disappointments as the one celebrated in memory of the birth of Our Savior. In childhood we are taught to look forward to that event as a time when Kris Krinkle shall creep down the chimney and make our hearts glad with abuudant presents. The happy anticipation then inculcated leave* a lasting impression, and in our maturer days we look forward to the time when dear friends Khali give us choer with their <Christmas remembrances. He who gives willingly, unselfi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 December 1895

FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1895. Enteral at the Postoffice, in 8alem, Vs. aa second-clan matter. LOCAL AFI AIKS DRUMMERS* SAMPLES SUITABLE For Xmas Presents NOW IN HTOCK. 5,000 of Boots and Shoes at old prices. Canton and Flannel Underwear for- all, from the smallest infant to the largest grown person. Comforts, Counterpanes and Blankets to suit lean pocketbooks. Cassiiners, Kerseys and Jeans for Mens' and Boy's clothing. Look all arouud and bu}r where you can get the best and most for your money. BROWN'S BR" NEW B^OWN STONE FRONT, SALEM, VA. Iin I nil I HOLIDAY IIV ? THADE. As the season approaches we are busy receiving and opening a big line of eatables for the Holiday trade. Our stock is now complete and all we ask n an inspection, feeling assured ve can please the most fastidions, both as to prices and quality. We invite especially your attention to our line of fruits, nuts and candies. which will be our special drives for the next few days. Yon a>n find what you want at al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 December 1895

TURNING GRAY AND THREATENED WITH BALDNESS The Danger is Averted by Using AVER'S VECOR "Nearly forty years ago. aKtr some wet ks of sickness. iny hair turned gray and began tailing out so rapidly that I was thn atem ti with immediate baldness. Hearing Ayer's Iiair Vigor highly spoken of, 1 commenced using this pi t para- ? T ' tion, and was so well satisfied with the result that I have never tried any other kind of dressing. It stopin d the hair from falling out, stimulated a new growth of hair, and kept the scalp free from dandrulT. Only an occasional application is now needed to keep my hair of good, natural color. I never hesitate to recommend any of Ayer's medicines to my friends."?Mrs. II. M. Haioht, Avoca, Nek Ayer's Hair Vigor I*UF.rAllBt> ItY DR. J. C. AYER & CO.. LOWELL. MASS.. U. S. A. A Su ritii]ta I'll lit ttcmorra I'imftlrt, IN CONGRESS. Some of the Things The National Law Makers Arc Doing. Among the many bills bo fur intro duced in Congress n#e th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 December 1895

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FR DAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1895. m * NO. 30 Show is lieacLy Every vear we gather from far and near a host of pretty thing* Tot buye,7Tbo^ that you like most are likely to be the leant expei-wye, object if you only oom? to look, h is not a bad idea to ?hoppers usually get away with the beet long before Christmas time. \N e ?. num erate below a few tfouf Christmas Novelties: Doll* far the ? title ??m?s I Best, quality Bisque Kid-oovared Dolls. 40c, Wo, 79c, 80c. and S)8c?all with uat ural hair. Rubber Dol<s 25c. and a larger site, nicely dressed, 60c Mechanical Dolls 28c. China Tea -eta 25c, aye, Wte and 79c. JsiMinme Ware X Japanese PUqne*. Plates, Vases. Toothpl?lrH?l<ii>, ttoimmt Jiakten. Chocolate Pots, Cracker Jars, Oatmeal Hets, Cut-glass Bouquet Holder*, Bisque Figures, Bisque Oranments, China lea SetsAll We %?U Is to fall and inspect our Holiday Display before making your selections, as you will save from 25 to 50 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 December 1895

limas -$epsrter j In the Oldest Newspaper in Salein, and ha* a much larger circulation than any other paj>er has ever had. FRIDAY. 4>BTEMBER 1*K?. OENIf * WFBBTTK, rubl I ?!>?<?. The old year is dying and going j out, but the Timks-Rkuistkr is growing better and stronger every day. May we all prosper during the ] coining year. Great dauiage by floods is re{>orted in Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Texas. In Kanasas there has been rain or snow continuously for eight | days. And still another good man liasl gone wrong. Chas. W, Jenkins, late teller of the Farmers' Bank, at Suffolk, Va., has been arrested jii the charge of appropriating $13,5 X) of the bank's funds. Bail was tlxed at ffl,000, but this was not secured an*. Jenkins was sent to jail. Rev. George Washington Dame, D. D., a well-known minister of the] Episcopal Church, died suddenly at his home in Danville, last Tuesday evening, aged eighty-three years. If is said that th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 December 1895

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 18?5. ?Cniwr?d at the Pcstofflce. in Salem V? ?* seoond-dase matter looal apfaips DRUMMERS' SAMPLES SUITABLE For Xmas Present* NOW IN STOCK. 5,000 of Boots and Shoes at old prices. Canton and Flannel Underwear for all, from the smallest infant to the largest grown person. Comforts, Counterpanes and Blankets to suit lean pocketbooks. Cassimers, Kerseys and Jeans for Mens' and Boy's clothing. Look all arouud and buy where you can get the best and most for your money. BROWN'S H!" SEW BROWN STONE FRONT, Ah the season approaches wo are busy receiving and opening h bin line of eatables for the Holiday trade. Our stock is now complete and all we ask is an inspection, feeling aaniml wo can please the most fastidious, both as to price# and quality. We i 11 vite especially your attention to our line of fruits, nuts and candies, which will be our special drives for the next few days. You can tind what you want at all times In stai le goods at the very lowest cash value. We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 December 1895

Thousands in an Old Carpet. The longer a carpet is used in the coiner's department at tlic United! States Mint, tlu' more it is worth.? Wear and tear <1?> not dituiuish it* value. A few day* ago a thick woolen c irpet, which hail been on the ooiner's lloor for seven years, was' taken up and carefully cremated.? j The precious aches were scrupulously gathered together, Ms if they were the reli?'s of some departed saint, and by an elaborate refining process the government recovered two hundred and seventy-nine ounces of gold, worth over $3,500. The metal had been deposited th?*re by iullntiesiiual abrasion and disintegrations of the yellow metal while being converted froiu bullion into coin. Kveti the heavy gloves of the men who handle bullion are incinerated, aud the gold is brought back to Uncle Sam's coffers. Even the smoke from the furnaces used iu meltim; the metal is made to deliver the treasurer with which it is trying to escape, aud from the soot in tlio ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 January 1896

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. tfftlDAY MORNING. JANUARY 3, 1896 NO. 3? ^RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, WALKM, - - - VlROINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanftke I'uuntT, Koauok((7it7. uui in the Court of Appeals. Collections made and promptly remitted. Land Titlee Examined. Careful attention to all l-egal Buainew entrusted to him. OFFICE? DiUard A Parsinger Building, Room 2. augll-93-ly O. W. HAltSSROUOli, L. 0. HASBBaOCUH. Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem. Va. |_JAN8BR0UGH A HAN8BLOFGH, ATT0RNEY8 AT LAW. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke Oouuty. Roanoke OUy, and the Ooirt of Ornca?Rooms 14 2, Horner Butldlfeg, Hal em. Va LEE A AI.LEMONO. ATTORN KY8-AT-LA W, N4LF.n. VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?Strouse Building, opposite Court* house Square, College avenue. jyl2 w. w. Morrrrr. r. w. ximk. Jy/JOFFETT & KIME, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Circ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 January 1896

limes - ^Uflistet. Ia the Oldest Newspaper in $alem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper hag ever had.! FRIDAY. JANUARY :t. 1WMJ. A GLAD NEW YEAR EUNO IN. The' Timks-Rkuistku is issued today (the second day of the glad New Year) with genuino pleasure and bright prospecth, and we tender our thauks to all of our patrons for the kindness aud rouiembrauce of us in the {Mist. Our good wishes go csi>eeially out to tliem,in their homes, their families, and their loved ones. We thank our journalistic brethren for their many courtesies extended in the past, and take this occasion . to complement them upon ihe strides they have made in the advocacy Of right principles. It has been our endeavor in the past, as it will be our purpose in the future, to treat all with whom we come into contact with a cordial and resj>ectful hearing. We have no compromise to make of our political viewn, nor is there any occasion for such. We have earnestly striven to demean...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 January 1896

FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, 1896. 4t t.hp Pcwtnffloe In Halwui V? . into < L.OOA I- F AIPS DRUMMERS' SAMPLES SU1TABLK For Xmas T^reseiLfcs NOW IN til'MCK. 5,000 Boots and ."l.t-es at old prices. Canton and Flannel Underwear for all, from the smallest infant to the largest grown person. Comforts, Counterpanes and Blankets to suit lean pocketbooks. Cassimers, Kerseys and Jeans or Mens' and Boy's clothing. Look all arouud and buy where you can get the best and most for your money. BROWN'S BR" NEW BROWN STONE FHONT, SALEM. VA. 1896 yneea2, 1896 WK TAKE this method of thanking the good people of Salem mid the county of Roanoke for the liberal jmtronage we have received from them during the GOOl> YEAR 18U5. And now as 1H9B lias t.. wned upon us we wish one ami all a Happy, Prosperous New Year. For this year wc ask a continuance of your patronage ami promise for same to use our best efforts ami every means in our power i'jako it to your advantage. Those who have been our custo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 January 1896

?~ umtcl3 k8ery . FRO II Rheumatism C. H. Iling. Water Valley, 51 us.. cuicd l-y Ayer's Sarsaparilla "For li\?? your*. I suilrred untold misery from iiiuseukir iheumutksm. I 11 m'<i every known tin- ? est pliysichilis. i! 11 ?>t S;?i in : Ark., t liicc times, spending #px?o tl?oi??. I c^iilcs doctors' hills; bill could obtain only ten pornry relief. My flesh wis v.asM away so that I wfIkIiciI only nhictv i! i vc pounds; my left arm and l?'K wort* drawn <?nt oi shape. tlio iiitMch'S being twisted up in knots. I was unable to dress myself. except Willi assistance, and could only bobble about by nslng a cane. I had no appetite, ami was assured, by the doctors, that I could not live. The pains, at tunes, were so awful, that 1 could procure relief only by means ol hypodermic Injections of morphine. 1 had in) limbs bandaged In clay. In sulphur, in poult itw-s; but these gave only temporary relief. 'After trying everything, and suffering tli? most awful tor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 January 1896

A RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORN E Y - AT- LAW, Halem, - - - VmeiHiA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County Roanoke City, and in theOonrtol ('olkctiont made and promptly remitted. I .and Titles Examined. Careful attention to all Legal Business entrusted to him. ? . ? , OFFICE?Dillarri Persiuger Building. Room 2. augll-8S-ly ?. W. HARBBROCOH, L- V HARSBROUOH. Reporter Court of Ap- l?ate Commonpeals. Salem,Va. wealth s Att y. 8alem.Va. |_JANSBROUGH A HANBBROHGH. ATTORNEY8 AT LAW. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roauoke City, and the Court of Appeals. OrrrcR?Rooms 1 A 2. Horner Building, ttalem. Va LEE & ALLEMONG, ATTORN KYS-AT-LA W. N4I.KM. V?. Practice in Roanoke -od adjoining oounties. OFFICE?Btrouse Bui hung, opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jyl2 w. w. Morrrrr. a w rimp jyjOFFETT A K1ME, ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W, SALEM. VIRGINIA. Will practice in the tflrctnt courts of Roanoke and adjoining counties, and in the Circuit and Hustings...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 January 1896

la the Oldest. Newspaper in Salem, and had a uiiii'h larger circulation Ih.nt any olh?*r paper hnftevcr hii'l. I K 11 > A Y, JAM A KI??. UW. I>KM I' X WFItR.%lC. VuhlUhvirt. Some of the New Year's leaves are already showing signs of falling. It is estimated that the number of | naloone in Chicago year this will be two thousand less than last year. 1^ seems probable that New York city will be selected as the place for] holding the National Democratic convention. Hasn't the present Congrats j brought protection into bad odor by restoring the Mckinley duty on onions 1 Heeause Heed's name rea'48 deer | when spelled backward doe? not signify that he will run away from the) Presidential nomination. Come to think of it, this is leap year. Hut, girls, don't all jump at once. Men are modest, and you should break the news gently. hauville is hereafter to have but one daily pa.per, the Evening Star| having been purchased by the Register, and its publication discontinue* ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 January 1896

i wucj uujUta. i lli ",v \ , J A > U ii> \ l'l. i 0 W> til* 'l|w ? 111 ? It. . ?<M n Md< DRUMMERS' SAMPLES SUITABLE For Xmas Presents N ?W IN 8r<iQK. 0 gnn ??i* i>?><?i^ an*i i<< e?* ?t old prices Cantor* and Flannel Underwear for all, from the smallest infant to the largest grown person. Comforts, Counterpanes and Blankets to suit lean pocketbooks. Cassimers, Kersoysand Jeans or Mens' and Hoy's clothing. Look all around and buy where you can get. the hest and most for your money. BROWN'S HI? HEW BfOWN STONE FKGNT, SALEM. VA. 1896 veIr ; 1896 W K TAKE this method of thanking the good people of Salem and the county of Roanoke for the liberal patronage we have received from them during tho <J? ><)I> YK A R 1NC?. And now as 1H1MI lias dawned u|K>n ua we wish one ami all a Happy, Prosperous New Year. For this year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 January 1896

TURNING GRAY 1 AND THREATENED WITH BALDNESS The Danger is Averted by Using AYER'S vecQ.R j "Nearly forty years ago, after j some weeks of sickness, my hair | turned gray ami began falling out so rapidly that I was threatened | wit It immcdiut" baldness. IIear:n.u Ayer's Hair Vigor highly spoken of, i 1 commenced using this preparation, ;uii| \\;is so well satisfied with the result that I have never tried any other kind of dressing. It stoppt <1 the hair from falling out, stimulated a new growth of hair, and kept j the scalp free from dandruff. Only an occasional application is now needed to keep my hair of good, natural color. 1 never hesitate to recommend any of Ayer's medicines to my friends."?Mrs. 11. M. II .mcjiit, A \ oca. Neb. Ayer's Hair Vigor MlRCAItr.D r.Y DR. J. C. AYER & CO.. LOWELL. WASS.. U. S. A. Ayrr'* Nnrtwi>itrlH<i Jietnorrr I'itnjtlrt. Gfiimc (^hanges ANI> SO 1>U I'ltlCES! Wc propose to meet nil pri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 January 1896

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. KKiDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1896. NO. 33 ^RTHUR B. PUUH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 8 A L.KM, - - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in tho Courts of Roanoke Uoonty, Roanoke City. and in the Court of F'olfeetions made and promptly remitted. I^and Titles Examined. Careful attention Ui all l^egal Business entrusted to liim. OFFICE?Dillard ft Persinger Building, Room 2. augll-95-ly U. W. HAR1BROIHI1, I. O HANSBROUGH, Reporter Court of Ap LateCommonik*h1)< Salem \ a wealth s Att y. Kalem.Va. I ANHBR' H'(tH ft (HN^HKornH, ATIORNKY8 AT LAW. 8ALE&I. - - V I KH I N I &r Will practice it* tin- fourth ? K a?<??k? County, Roanoke Citv. and the .>Mrt Appeals Ornc*?Koouik I ?V ? H?-mer tun Kit! ig, ^alem \* tEK X. ATTORN FYS-AT-LA v\ *%? ? n. v*. Practice in Roanoke ami adjoining i- in, ties. OPFK'B?Htroum* BuildiiiK. opi**n?? ??nn bouse Kquare, College avenue. j>'L w. w. Morrrrr. k w mv? OPPBTT & K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 January 1896

limes - Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, aiul has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JANUARY 17, l?Hi. UKMT * U'KHIl.'K. rublUhrnu The United States Senate seeius to have ft silver lining, but it is still held in tact by a gold bund. Knglaud is still busy preparing her big guu-l>outs for war. She will never be satisfied until she is Americanized. A bill has passed both houses of the Legislature appropriating *300,000 to restore the burned buildings at the University of Virginia. The talk about the bond syndicate ??oln?* *c pieces is idle twaddle. Like the Washington Times, we think its break-up will take place about the same time the moon begins to shower free silver. England is in a tight place just at present: she is being snapped at in front, growled at in the rear, and squeezed on both sides. The only way to get out of this dilemma is to ?>limb a tree and then pull the tree up after her. We have no advice to olTer our frie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 January 1896

&aic9-^c(|istrt. KKi 1JA V, JANUARY 17, 18W. Entered at the Postotfice, in Salem V*. as second-class oiattej. r,nC AT, A. FF A T"" S Brown's in House, m ? rgj : ? I Woolen Dress Goods ? In new Silk Lustre and French = Serges i Print*. HiiifthamR and Silk Tar i tans f-r Plaio VVnikis Pais* Cloth ? Outings ? SoiiM- new fliiiiK" in Pr#Hs 1.{i> I Iqm |i|?M J 'I 5 in l?r??s Lining*. Ul?M>hed ?'ot t < ? s ttii'l White CJoods iti stock New ? Hamburg* expected next week. ft : We have brought sample* of : SHELF HARDWARE m i up to our new place, and we pro - pose to-olaan it ?ul in tly ne$t two ?' " months. ^ ou may buy |JP HUM E H BARGAINS. m\ w\ ? 1 mi BROWN'S BHffiIN NEW BROWN STONE FRONT SALEM. VA. ??ALWAYS IN SEASON. # T1IE HOLIDAYS are gone? has passed into hi dory. The morning of 18UG has brightened into perfect day, ami we just growing ri^ht along with the times are trying to reach nearer the mark of a perfect grocery business, not by sudde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 January 1896

OVERWORK IWDOCEiJ Nervous Prostration Complete Bccovcry by th. Uj; vi Ayer's Sars^pare:^ " Some years ayo, as a result of too el?we att?*nti?>ii to luisitic^, m\ i.,...j, failed. 1 became Weak, lurvoes, v. unable to look after my intcit Ms. manifested all tho My ut|itoms ;i , cliue. 1 took throe bottles i ( \ %, r? ^ tvusaparilla, ltcyan t?? iin|>i and gradually increased mv weight from ??no hundred ami twenty-live to two lniudrcd pounds. Since then. I and my family have used this mcdieiue ? needed, ami wo arc all in the be>t ,.f health, a fact which wo attribute to Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I believe my children would have ken fatherless to-.biy liad it not been for Ayer's Barsaparilla, of wl.icli preparation I cannot say too much."? If. o. IfiNsow Postmaster ami Planter, Kinard's, S. t\ Ayer's ^Sarsajjarilla RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLO S FAIR AVER'S PiHy Sovo Ooctor"'? Bills. VIIMilXIA IN 't'lll-: I'MIKK'S (iki-'iit < ?! tiii: n iti tit &amp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 January 1896

SALEM. UOANOKE COUNTY, VA.. ^RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, \ IjKM, - - VlROIMIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke ountv. Roanoke (Sty. and in the Court of Appeals. Collections made *t?d i>r?-n?p?lv wmitUd Land Title* Examined Careful attention t?. all ^ ?u trusted to him. OFFICK?Dillarrt ft penoriKer Building. Room 2. augll-WHy O. W. HAKSBROUOH, L. O. HANBBROUC1H, Reporter Court of A p- I^ate Coramonpeals, Salem,Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem, Vr. H ANSBROUGH A HANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. "Will practice in the Courts of Knanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeals. Orricit?Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Building, Salem, Va. T KB tc ALLEMONU, ?J> ATTORN K Y8- AT -L A W, ?4LMI. Vt. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?Strouse Building. opposite Court* house Square, College avenue. jyl'2 w. w. MorrrrT. a. w. kimr jyfOPFETT & KIME, ATTORNEYS- AT-LA W, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Circuit courts of Roa noke...

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