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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

* \\ WpK S *?.. 1 M V Musical Programs v <4/ CVft; Churches on* of tb*.Churchoo of Roanoke Wij; have ipwlat service* of Ctamt(n?? muuo at too regular aarvica tours on Hupday. while others have arranged for seasonal muatc at spec* tal aervlcea on Monday or at knusijai hours during Ubrlatinaa Eve <?uaBrocrimf following nr* r^n i yiueic n't lE'e regular /hour# cf ~eer v* l?*e on Huodtr mdrnln* and some (fecial for evening: Calvary Baptist Morning Prelude: "Chant D. Amour-Paderewskl. Voluntary: "The Heaven* are TtlU % In*'?Beethoven. iteapot-.e?Organ. Offertory: "Arise, Shine"?Maker. Poetlude: "Postlude"?John White. Prelude: "Cbrlstniaa Pastorale"? llurker. Voluntary; "Prepare To the Way'* Hoi too. Off^rtoryT^-lf*ly Night"?IJajrdon. Postlude: "March"?White. Green Memorial. it ?'?te?k welly. Prelude: Christmas In Sicily?Ton. Anthem: Sinn I) Heavens?T....r? Offertory: Uesu-Bambino?Von. uuartet: Shin*. O dur?Cetb?i. Anthem: And the Qlory of the Lord ?<fr^ot...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

Ehristn Rm Kom'uV.> \\ I N? w?. tbrouRh ft ?&-?xt>e ration of ministers of ttie 3T? tfc tmllri! . Rain tins year to! \pr i" its r"*<dvT ** < "T: ru?ti].$* m**5M Xroiii i n wtlo inHtroot Hf-iftSKt ^"'? -ill ti ' t'linug??"! Mfh Chrl.-' r?-.ti;v ami (ruiv w* lute r. o-totl* ] a few mmift** ! <? Ho: i < ) 11.?? fit< J air.ol.u 0"? Whoie fkr<riirv? .it" printed. ^K"throush rw ! > .' of t;;e!t-? or j Bpft paper ? tliat t.'.- .?:< not rep- . KMUed. Rev. W. C. Campbell r" ty ! ! >: " ' ' 'irch I I RjT Fellowmrn?I > nf^ I'm I P? fellow nun I M - .ik out of I f heart to the whole j>> of our i F- The rrowni b 'is In which I jhMtny of us 11 \ t .i I j le broken 1 Ml now and !!; ti.it we may! I IK Into thousand" < ' :a' . ? that our own arc V in an. marked L Ith a tousatid triii' < if happen-J I Via their live...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

I A. CAM TRAIN GOES OFF RAILS Fifteen Injured, None Serious. ij?Believe Kronen Kan Cause of Wrepk?Zight ^XJars OttJ llocky Mount, N. C., Dae. JJ?(Br tha Ansoclated Press.!-?Klftaan passengers wert inl?r?(l ?r\Jtl today *k?n eight ear*. Including four nieeporg. ati'l the anglno of Atlantla Coast I Irio railroad train Now It. ?n route from Jacksonville to Maw York, were derailed- naar laieeroa. Two of tha Injured, Mm. F. L Olasa, I-aurel, Miss.. whoaa Sack wna hurt. an? Mamie Middle, negresa. lUeford. N. C, who waa suffering from nerv"?a ahock. wara Brought to a hospital-hare. Tha othara. Injured, only lightly wara given attention by physicians at LueaMU*. Officials, after aft Investigation, advanced thestheory that the wreck waa caused by ft broken rail. th? fact that no una of tha lit passenvara wm seriously hurt aa tha faat travailing train laft tha track, struck an embankment and hounded buck to tha road bad, wai aald by officials "to be almost miraculous.** All of the - cars were...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

TWKI.y wCity Council mBudget for C es llalance of~?lt(Te More f Than Three Thousand Dollars in The tity?Treasury? Largest Appropriation Goes For Public Education?Few Salaries Adjusted. B5;After weeks of almost nightly | toll members of the City Council r haye prepared a budget for the r. City of Roanok. tor t-Ue year 1923. Kf calling for the expenditure of 1 & $1,118.6.S6.69. With the estimated j Hnfeome placed at $1,322,007.02 I K. the balance allotted them in the P. treasury at the end of the year RtrOl be 53.22. -3 that is. if all K- the city depat tner.ts stay within the bounds allot* d them in the I budget. In addition to the amount of I estimated collections alio ted to R.' fccueruT appTrM>r..-(Tr"TTrr- tnrrc TrTTT Pr be addliional uvir.ua derived t . which will be used for special pur-1 r poses, amount in*; 10 a little over; L $63,000. Real Katute \ IrlJ* IJi? Ilrvruue. 1 ? " Real estate nroved to be the blE ' K, revenue Rftter for th* city with $042,- ...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

V^v-- -c*l H * \ *fS-flW -?| I WANTS TO NAME : COLBERT AT ONCEJ I Ml.. nr<J f nL cl ?iemp i>aia 10 nave onangea u Mind Regarding Gretna S! Postmaster Case % Hl$ ANSWER TO POWELL ? . a Confirmation Now Will Ead ^ Argument Thai Has * Lasted Months r< sr ] t! By OEORUB U. NAWNIX; n Washington, Dec. 12?Another r< chapter war written today in the <j .Hlemp? Ho ward-Powell patronage and H check handling episode uncovered In tl the Houta I eat Friday by. Itepresun- tl tatlve Thomas W. Harrison. H JC B. Powell of Oretna had been o warring on Repreaentativa Stamp tor montha because Hlemp would not hava /* hla man. O. Mi Pickerel appointed aa I postmaster at Powell's home town. I Mr. Stemp utterly disregarded the I recommendation of Powell and )1U(j | Olllc W- Colbert nominated on recom- V mendatiqn of Duncan Curry, the r?(. eree of (he Fifth district. 1'oWell threatened and blustered. C Then JicCttlag Mr. Powell's oppoal- r tion to Colbe...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

VHr* 1 ft gfWBTBKS |- CITY COUNCIL B- 0UIHKLY GETS II Tupnimu wnoK I umuuuii v!Ui\i\ 11 I I T ' "nrcber of Callers Somewhat | J*- Smaller Than Usual?NuEisrous Matters TransI I lab- acted. H d.<Iu t ih? City Council long wind uj? i*" t'uMncus y*st*rdu> R-Sff?ttOOfi. I'lfxirniiy to Christma* ^fhapi dtieeri iho number of oall 4 #rs. What \ i r t usiiH *h ?a* before I & *?*? >ody wn* t rn I.<5r'. ed within flftWn i>-?T??lit. Upon motion : '--tinriltnan Comer the- minute* u.r- approved an read K; "nil n petition f.-r a elilewiilk by the a property owtiein on Chapman, nti R; n-ue. between S< venteentli antl Klglitemjth atreeta uu* ordered tiled. Fermi*.- on t - o-tntruct rruMuvep IVJV vaa granted to .!. K. Kilter and Churli m T. N". ;. A - cuniiiiu'iu itn-ii u .is re ail from Hh>. pmgertr oim.- i.i < n IterUeley avenue, reuentinir mine sort itrri! Intproveiiient. City Man.iaer Hunter t I ec...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

HOLIDAY BOOZE HAS HARD ROAD TO REACH HOME ' / *v < ' '* ' Concentrating In Virginia to Stem Flow In and ^ _ Xhroagh State. . Vederal and state prohibition agents r? working tof?th?r to stem tho lid* of boose which spreads over Virginia at this ttmo of the year. It ta admitted that tho total suppression of tho transportation ana sale or ' liquor* during tho holfday season in an impossibility, bat the officials are working hard to dooroaoo the Christ- 1 ma* supply. . The task before tM. enforcement officers is made doubly hard because ttos liquor movement at the present lime is not simply from the country to the cltl?o t.u? 'r?m county to county and to and from the different communities In the same county. In fact, many are of the opinion that In proK'rllon to population, more liquor la inn consumed in the rural commuiilrs these daya than In the cities. It is pointed out that whereas In tho olden days men used U> come from thq country to tho city to Indulge in ih...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

m FARM WAGES IN FVIRGW LOWER gures From Agricultural! Department Show Average S Was $25 A Month In "22 Kf MMchi rid. II.''. 22.?tSpeclal.)?j >Vrm WBKif in Virginia were slightly lfWor "during 1S22 than in 1S2I. ao- I i oording to the annual survey of J ' ** Virginia ? r. ;? llocortlng Ser- | j VHSK"~ On Dcccmh. r !. 11.22, the av- ] Sp**e wage l>ald farm laborer* by ' ton month with hoard bub |25.t>.'. ; HMl* the rale fast Bear vas t2t.tin . uad In l?2o |J6.8" winch is the hlgh nt" on record. Th.- present rate of > , TOrm wages is slightly above what J J*** paid In 1 y 1T. and is 67 percent. , toller than In If I* w h. n labor could , bo oocured f?.r tli.ui' per month and , Farm wages vary somewhat in I fllfforent parts ?.f the state, general- I ly belng higher In sections close to Industrial centers. The -highest Monthly wage Is paid in the North tal District, where the rate wltti ford is 127.00 p.r month and ll.f.o to day The lower wage ...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

v x11 I I RICHMOND READY I FOR GREAT BATTIE I Galaxy Of Football Stars Will I Play In State Capital On New Year** Day itlcbmond, V?, Dac. J2.?On* of tba 1 ruUM ctaabaa of football atari In , ?ha history of tbo (ama and undoubt- ; adly the moot noUblo assemblage ovar soon la tbo Booth will moot bar# { Kaw Tanya Day whan "Ba" McMllUa'a All-aura plar tba Richmond I Athletic#. Piloting tba Richmond oisran saslnat tbo famous "Bo" will ! bo Oloaa Kllllnaer, tbo flash of Pann ? Btato Is list. Tbo lino-npa of tbo < looms appear as sol odious for mrthi- 1 sal All-Am or lean out fits. Tbo Richsiond saps W|U rival lb national interest tbd samcs for tbo collate Bast and Weot championship. It la pro- J on mod that tbo same will bo U? boot , Otfaral tor ?un uutl at u. I Ulion" llni.' McMUtln Mid hn aggregation win errlv* bar* shortly t(Ur Christmas to eomplat* training for ta* cam*. Including In "Bo'*- flat of *Ur* or* such player* a* Brlakaon. noted half, back of Waablngto* and JaKera...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

i*' If RE YOU f THE I p WORLD NEWS I OUaelOed adiiTtUM roloa Tc Hoc oualloc 0 vonli to tfco Uno Diopter "terr'Aed Me per inch I. Ail cloortam ?4r?rtiaU>? otrictlr K * pit lo odteoeo. 8pe?Ul cmth retro lo looc-lono hdyretiorro 10 eppMcotlon. Cut ouit accompany hi) out ot Py town order*. ih Jfu ctita qr heoir blocfc-foced typo L 1 pomituo. * K All hdrorttonnrhU moot reach tho [ Mirth IM oOoe by 8 SO p PL for pahltotloo pext morula#; Sotordayr I- by 8 p. m PHONE 3141. I L I CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS GIFTS FOR HKit. CANDY?Norma or amosal 10 liift Pwk>|?? PncrJ from on? lo fl?a dollar*. Arunli a ICIaar Co . 104 YV. Campbell At*. 7?:4 JKkBCTUC Cl.EANER?Tb* Royal Clranrr 1* I ha Q!f< M lo Intra tb* bouaahold labor*. Free Drmonatratloa. Rlcbardaon Way I and Klrc Corp. 7B0."> HAND PAINTED CHINA - - ror Chrlataa* GUI*. Mia* Merchant. 10 X. Church At*. g>|*V 7?0* VXIVXKSAI. KUXTKIC IRONS. J areola lor* RVji and Tborojo* BuUln. Community S...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

I YOUR ~H I' What Are ^ 'To Help Yot By ROYAL S. COI j , Commissioner of Healt U. H. Semitor-Eitct fro 7HEN yon think of Christmas j I. VV children. It. U a day far the 1 I it also is a day for the rest c ?anse on Christmas Day we're all chile Christmas is a day of tfift giving, memoratee the Day of all days, the Da only begotten Son. I Oar thoughts on Christinas Day ar generous thoughts, thoughts worthy o cated to the love of Almighty God ant gift to mankind. I Christmas, thee- Is "-v? - -elves <o tbe children in oar homes. "Wry necessary sacrifice for their rood feeod and desirable rift. \ WhM we cob aider suitable gift*. whyf hou'd we confine our thought* to ma- n< tarts! thing*, breakable and d*r'ru<-t- U (Me? la It not better to reach oat for (spiritual thing*. tor l?f'y Weal* and t! noble uPlrtttoof? ti I* Of what relus are an theother gifts u l?f the tedjr I* frail and If life hang* by tl 'a slender thread? There must be a ? Cneedatloe of heal...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

^Spectacular Rise of Mexicar fetroleum and Strength of Baldwin Are Domestic ( Features. ('ork. I>?o. 31.? (By tho Asso|*rc?s.)?The Utrn.an rcpaquestion t overshadowed ull ibjects of ?llnruavion * In this luaixLlal markets. Attention toted oi? th.is problem by the cment of j. 1*. Morgan end y on Monday that they had tho German ambassador that rnatlonal loan to Ccrtnanjr i considered or diacuas d unI until toe reparations qucs settled^ 'l'hc statement vw.s 0 set at^.'l a lloek or rji-i. 1 Were niukini; It embarrass, both the Aaiiiinistrallon and li International hankers, leruhle mti lent was aroused .the week by the unnounceat the Uliiteu Mates Chamber IJ.erco hid injected Itself Into lattou In-a 14 endeavor to help the financial tangle, Uui i withheld eoiiimtnl pending dlmtc developments, ii.am hiiuy oi mochs showed nportant chunt;< s. although ere several in tvi?stiiiK mo Vein individual shares. The lectacular ut these took place lean .Petroleum, whlen opened y...

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Page TWENTY-ONE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

wlarket and F KTshortace is ot \irt nifrnnAtflr IIUI Ttl UYtKUUWlt inmeroe Department Sees itetarding Factor In Industry From Tfeat SourCO. kakhlngtoa. lx<-. JJ.?(By tte? In'natlojial News Service)?-The rall<<!?' of the country are 100.000 care prt of the number required by I "Ineek, the Commerce Department nounced today. Transportation 'Heaps through Inadequate equlprntghea the chief retarding factor lndaauy. Increases registered In prices of rm products provide the most elsant development in ths bualneis 'iatIon, and It la reflecting n cor:<"ndinc degree of larger buying *'rJn the country jit large, the parffnent said. itccords ot tha past month, relatr to domestic business movement*, wed further Increase "both In <<<Juct|on nod distribution. ConMotion of cotton by mills totaling i.Stl bales last month, was thfc I rgaat since 111?. ' Exports of cotn Increased to Ill.Otll bib*, or 1 r cent of the entire cr...

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Page TWENTY-TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

THIRTY TWO . ^ I | BRYAN'S WEEK . Is the Bible T 5V , By William Jei Uurlng the ye?r soon to end. tliouundi of Sunday School classes t throughout tho Vhrlstlan world have V'?fO study 111* tiiu liibtc. -They ho ? sun with some wonderful passages frotn the Old Tulnment and cult;- . miiTcd wiTTT wonderful passages from tl]< JS?W Xcalame111. As we wm? to the last days of 1822. our thoughts dwell upon the texts studied and the lessons drawn from them. Instead of reviewing the lessons page by page, 1 venture to call attention to a root (juration?have wc been studying the truth, or have we occupied our time with falsehoods? The really great question of the world today Is whether the lllble le the Word of God or the work of uian. If It Is the work of man. It Is the greatest of Impostors anil mum sooner or later be exposed and discarded. . If, however. It Is. an we believe, the word of God. It will live and grow, l>ei,nu*e nothing that man haa said or can say la compara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 December 1922

SKS ippraniikc &lortd-Xen>s S I yOL^-^1^ lg PAQE8 TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 26, 1922 " ' ' ? - 'puiCR TH Rinr~(nttt~Vtt ^ CAN IDENTIFY! KIDNAPER! OFFICERS SAY ! Farmer, Who Was Compelled to Bring Water For Alleged I Slayers in Louisiana, Ex- | pected to Be Star Witness, j One Deputy Held and Other I Arrests Expected Momentarily?Bodies of Victims Buried Christmas Eve. I Bastrop, LA., T>*d7 28?Trsy The Associated Press.)?That the State trill be able to establish, through an cye-wltness, the Identity of several moin' l i of the masked mob which last August kidnaped five M<r Itouge residents. Including i Watt Daniels and Thomas ltlcb- 1 srds, whose decapitated bodies j were taken from a nearby lake last ( W'ftik. waa the StatetnenT today of ? Investigators who have been work- < Jng on the case tor several months. 1 The Identification will bo made, i tho secret service men said, through testimony at the op...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 December 1922

I TW0 ' - ' ' Ef PROPER ti l TO KILL TREATIES I Wot Believed Senate Will AcI ' cept Such An Amendment j I to Subsidy Measure., Ington. Dec. it.?By the Asaol'r< ss.J-^-Adminlstratlon leadke Senate, although generally I* toward abrogation of the I ' Commercial treaties held to restrictions upon American r. Indicated today that they ippoae the two shipping bill nta proposed by Senator MeDemocrat. Tennesee, to bring [enunciation of the pacts by Ctlon of Congress ?r Jones, ltepublloan. WashWho is In charge of the ahlp1, rtcalled his recent declaratha Senate that had abrogathe treaties been brought s directed by the Merchant Net of 1H20. the shipping legtsow before th?- Senate probably lot have been necessa's presidents Wilson and Hurdter consultatloh with the spartment. h?ld. however, that itlea cannot properly be abro* he added. "In view of that t believe this Is the time or ling shipping bill Is the moil rrlng about such abrogation. IDENTIFY KIDNAPERS, OFFICERS SAY ontlnued ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 December 1922

*>- ?' ' . ^ -1 POINCARE TURKS DOWNGEMS Reported Proposal to Washingtoil That Powers Guarantee .frontiers Said to " Be Rejected. - < Copyright (?4#Mr--hy- *gtorn?t lonal Newe Service) London, Dec. M.^-Oarraea proposals, submitted to Secretary of State Charles K. Hugh.i, through the Frc?ch Ambassador at Washington, to (daraBtM tbo German frontier for I thirty years have been turned down by Premier Polncare. pf France,'it was learned horo this afternoon In the moat authorltatlre quarters. Details of tba prosrratn are not of ' ftclally known but Its la ur.d. '.?a Germany propoeed through Jules Jusserand. Preach, Ambassador to the United States. that Great Britain. France-, German and Italy enter into a quadruple pact to guarantee the German boundaries for thirty years. Germany's offer was reported to propose maintenance of the present frontier subject to withdrawal from the pact by any power after t ationai referendum. . Premier Polncare was said to have declined ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 December 1922

social ani 9 MRS. J. W SH [??! Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M PI K. Tin: n?oi.m > w ivs. mfk* little Hjotitriiig trails that f El-'r v Hnn oit the read h:iJ make nway ^ MEteuith gieen U?\<>- ind ?i< * t : My Hn( they arc 4ii- .i.ii while tlicy ^Hfctamrt me tn :.;i I Wnu? la yiNitMii 1 ? ^Hnddi xi ^MtuU i? ?f . > Mr feet Pursue" j --1 must *o ^Kttrtr dfrpi i t n Kin; Bflonthly. ^Hita Houmc On ChrlMiue* Day. Open house wit? '*< : .x; by ^ Mky (ami there - <i Dhfuirnal ctlUni; thr . i. Mar. mid >! |KLIU>I>1I< for - s' ! v ?' Mlontrrryi." and c..:.e.l a.! the ami Mr.-at ^Mitny cai! ^^^trforJ liu'. * M; !; r.. juutia<: -a ::ir nvn (.p,n ally ntul \ is>." I.- .to * <> 111*111, Mr. and Mr* Yarnry liiobn ?:iJ. ai.i! Mr*. i V. Vauk' r:tv. ' N.w Y.>rk IM1 Mr*. J.i;.\V..r . : Ircste. Wel.efny. M i>?. and Mr* C. It...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 December 1922

Emasculatic ByBorah | Reservati Idaho Senator Claims Be Has I Senatora Reported Ready to MeCormiefc Report on German . of Straits to Which Europe it Necessary Outcome of Amerk Washington, Nc. ii?(By Ths International Xiw? Serv|cs.)?A Hood of reservations thrwtenai today to nKulf Senator Bc"ah'a proposal for ?n International economic and disarmament conference as Senator LoiJko and other Hepubllcan leaders sought to cs'.m the tngry verbal tempest It has already aroused. Following a serosa of conference* held by Administration spokesmen It was stated that Senator Lodge and his associates might be witling to accept the l:?.rah plan as an amendment to the pending navy supply bill provided Its la turn. agreed to the Nsct'vattons they - . considering. Knough of tho probable nature of these reservation* *? .?on?veyv.| t? Borah and otbfr Senators standing with him to ronviac* them they would he "destructive" of his proj??*a| and reduce It to a mere declaration of policy by the Seaate regard...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 December 1922

I i Roanoke World-News I BLf XmcbiKbrl 1FS? ROANOKE. VA. B PeblleBwJ Hrrrj u*jr Except Sunday IBpillKS WORLD COKI-ORATION" i Tton. BuiUliac. Roanoke. V ?. ^ T nsH~th~K~jT Editor ~~ Member# of We-eei-aiT Awwiaoon mni Mo? pai*cr l*\ibli*hfr?* A.?#ociaUon Thi? A*j.n I'rfM H K'Awl It BunaJ of Ctrvulatloo At' i' to Iho ua?* ' r?;>ul>'ioalion of all ' cr?di:ed tn it or not othereredite-d in this paper tuc also the looal pj_publiahed hen:n ^^K^rOREIC.N REi'KKSK ntaTIVK ^HktUiiiu. tec . f < ? V ori. and ChkMo Hkiared at at Roanon*. Viryiau ti ? Scvond Clin M.i.l .Jalter I ft RATES IN AI>VASCK IHtMa per ?< * pa.' al 'o to carrier J$7M per jrear pa.v-ao.r at the oBut. IF. UV MAIL HBr. OM year fj.00 ate. month* t-'.6U three men t h? f 1 :?0 we month >t'.5u ( TELEPHONES H During thr Pay P Calle 314I At N X it 6:30 P M to o 30 A M. jBktntae Ofltce 8142 ^BpHal Depart mrlit . . ... 314 < ^BpMHBUtiloatlona and a . mittrra ...

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