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

I 1473 FARMS IN I wmm I Report Shows That 1360 Men Engaged in Agriculture in j . That Section <?T CwiMUMfl) Marlon. Dec. 99.?(hnyth County boaate 1.47* fayine an -agalnat 1,970 In 1919 aad i.999 In 1909. And thnrn am 1,191 malnn engaged In farming In thn county and IIS femalas. Of this numbnr 1.197 am native born whiten, Ave foreign born and eleven DtfrOM. The approximate land area In tbn county In 1M0 wan 979.400 acrea land In farma In that name year totalled 910.999 acroa. a decree* over 1910 when tl9.9>? acrea jeara under culllratlon. In 1900 tka figure* compiled' by oenaus enumerators and which bare found their way to thta action cava a total of 919,711 acrea under cultivation. The Washington report also glvee the percent of land In forma in IMt ' at 1.9 and *he Improved farm land amounted to 99.9 percent for the > same Pear. The average ncreaice per farm waa 114.9 acroa and the average improved acreage par farm waa <'7,9. Probably the...

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

- ' IpOUESTiON IS" pMO 01 FOR B MGATORS ' Si' | H> Ten-Year Period Fairly j n e ^ n t n f M'. A ^ Pn eic> Pnr VdViJfcUk. ? aj uao.c A Vl Recommendations? MR??I ?4U hir | ^ p felt t..?.iiJ tinuk:t ul rr.iii atu.it..,i point of | MU? of Therefore HBr f*ri > ^ roavntnit n: | conatan: :*m. Tim* . relation.* market . source if have Inert ' ^Krain. for e- iv. \ . * : he*e have ^^B>t been Impri vnl i :.s of the ^^^nlatot r nil only to bee - a: '. vim* Federal < 11 between wtouji* tcuvh at. One to tin I ^Hh motion which onv i. the1 o! frtotli i> la I ^^BfOWd to do. T* .'. will ^ to du. Hut. rev p.tr- | ^^HMtnta In every i n?I prodiin r. til- eoli- | ^Hr. the ^ h In any one if but I upon It* own I ' . > I'l'.oHity | i ^ r thai party. If.'.: - : l ml a ! ^Hn, It will be n -un w 1:11 *^ fcahlnv the party w , ;s .- . ?. .1 to ^Hrattllty. or '.r-.d cor.d. rr ns-d f r. vf a j I: n.ay man.- .y h?po ^Hpcipr to "juui- | rat...

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

New Year Hi Widely Ai Europe at (By Intsrnatlonal Nsws Stork*.' . , Th? dawn ' of tli? K?? Year is . markod by ?trlkl|tft contrasts in th? . r*' Hi?of Ivu tw.lnla of view of AiHCfli'Sii ainf KuroMXl statesmen. business m-n ?im others prominent In the t?vl I - ' t'cm) ana industrial life of the two , ci ntinente. optimism. tempered only with spe- I iletion that American prosperity may be qualified somewhat by ICuropeaa depression, la" the predomlnat- t '?* strain in tb? prognostications of < leading cltUena of the United VUIm. i u trail toward dire lorebodlngs for 'he fat# of Hurope crop* up Irrepreaalbly In many of the expressions I from acroaa the ocean. 1 Americana fdraaea an era of prospertty. Britain a somewhat d ubloua I outlook. Europe enters the New York at 11 diluting to the hope of further aaelatance from America. One notable exception la seen In the statement of the Itlght Honorable Sir ' James Craig. Bart. M. P.,?rrlme Mii?- I later of Northern Ireland, who poi...

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

f F*EN ^^^^^^^^ BS4&55CK2S352S25S^~ fSlY MARRIAG Adelc Garrt^on' Revelation I ft, CtfT'lt?l. IKS. b> N??lj IE# What Troubled Madr-c as Sh I IF OSC before w? had flntnhed Mr* I K-Bnr#w.s deilclou* ?upper I had rntI > ^"^ nfled my*r!f u:?;n two points f the which escapade of Dicky I 1. Claire Foster had presented to me. I U?a>e Foster ?.<>t to lovn with tr.y I B^*w**od. trrrt mere had been no lender I ft" ! between th'm I Rf 1 wa? sure. nl?o that the clrl. beadI E self-cent rrei. rarelces ef other ^^ gple'i right* site ?a*. I ^^NNbcrately attracted DtrVy'a nttenaa had f '.nbtancr. I y had taken the Initiative, hail I B our I t her company and hail urped the Hipfr excursion* unin her. I would have I Staked a great deal upon the truth of R- ?.? conviction*. But there was another question that Vital to nw wh'rh vu**'r<1 HA' greatly, an' *r thn l'Mr:S f 'With an emotion holding both (car and What was Dicky's fee...

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

TWOODS WILL OPPOSE I B inriiniiriiT the H??l IU TAX GOVT. BONDS | Replies to Communication Regarding Matter From Local Interests In reply to a recent ..letter from a group of Roanoke bankers asking that be set forth bis views in regard to in, amendment which provides for the taking of all Federal, State. County and Municipal bonds, ind, which Is now being agitated before Congress, Colonel James P. Woods,' Representative from ths Sixth District, states that he Is opposed to the amendment and will roge against ft. BnMU r?? Opposition. Several points are outlined by Col. one! Wood* U bis reasons for corning to this opinion and why ho la opposed to It. The most notable are; (t> Tbe Federal Government would have control. tbe credit of the statea * (21 It pould give the holders of present aeourill.es a wholly unearned I and unjust profit on their hoMtnv*. tl) The Btatna Koitld hav* f>t over th? credits of the Federal Government. <4) It would seriously hand...

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

- - ??- j 10 W . ' ' I AREYOU I " THE ' 111 J j WORLD NEWS I I OaMlIM Ml>miilO| rate* 7c ? line I I counting S w?rO? to lb* lln? I j Dliplu Me per loch I . | AU c!*win?<l tdnmitni strict If r , MUD in Mitnixt K'r Special cam rate# to looff tcm *<1 i eertlaer# ,.n application V. i Cul mail accompany all out ol ( )?? order* |T:' Mu^iMitlaiiloi* not permitted. Io cut* or lica\? black-faced type K iMtnitno ' All ad?ertt?coirnla must reach tlx E bualnena nftue by 8 30 p m. for B-? - MkbWcattcm nnt morritnr: Saturday* Kg1 or 8 p m PHONE 3142. j At TOMOIUUKS 1921 SEVEN-PASSENGER JORDAN. In I rood condition. for ?ale by owner for Call 11M14 0734 RI'NaDOI'T. aim truck body for Ml*, a : condition, low price foe quick LfM Bale. 317 Tenth Street. S. W Phono kox; , FOR -SALE?Ft e-pa??enirer Ford. flrve con- ] dltlon. fully equipped except atartrr. B:\rBtf *mln. "K. U -ISTI. oar* thie paper, fcl, r- . 0031 . MRHERE ARK THE J1EST USED Car bargains in Roanoke. '! ?,...

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

r*AKKER OUTLINES | PUN TO RFHEVE fi ninnnriu nnioip j tunurcAn oi\m Strongly in Favor of Cancelling A Portion of Allied Indebtedness SINKING FUND PLAN IS URGED BY KAHN English And French Payments Oited as Illustration of Aoposed Scheme (Dr Tkt AwrlalKl PwO New York, Dec. tS?Otto Kahn, banker, in a letter to Senator Reed 8moot of Utah, member 6f the debt refunding commission, made public today by- the committee of American business men. bae outlined a plan whereby be bel levee America ' can conalatently aid toward relieving the European situation and at the same time meet the sentiment of the country which eeerae opposed to the cancelation of the allied indebtedness to the United State*. I Mr. Kann expressed ntir.seir a* being strongly In taror of fbo poller of cancelling at leaat a portion of tho Indebtedness of the allied nations. ~ tulle? Coo? lartelmral.' "I am convlifcsd that It would be to oar ultimate advantage .to dn Bp." ho wrote. H fool euro that ouch action woul? turn out ...

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

' " 'H i ii in J wm> FOURTKEN BBfojien a Feller Ne I* ^ I .* "i"'\ ( J v.* r -~,..:.i- a. !.? ' f~s' s <?ju>~i I New Year V\ H| Of Stab Tb? outlook f<-r lf?23 l? f " 1: -!rlv ^ ? ^Bnk of in N?"?" 1 t> lmplovtiiiKlii ui.rn 4 year 11 tun .both of 14 w u .it 1:1.1 it .nil! ^^Hhuro uk j I id; he mit i> 1 Doi'.'t' ?.?? r :ibU.i . f t!. w tii?> ron?litf--i ai ^K~?ori.M r(e<1 out with cvl'.hc4ULI.I ai l.'.il. I^PlA ?* ?*-v JiHVr ? !? Mod. they !i.*i \ n. \ -1 tki.x'V V" Br di'MHt' ?'?r It:wl ; HPf S'?rno .'iKruiilt.iT.il pr ?iuct * l..t> ? lpph"v< It Iiiat-Ilaliv. Wiiilifn J? fciti. 11 , '??? ?r? Ip . ? '^Tl^-^fcrrr"- l|?rrrn..*rt. The hi; i. .1 : : i:i" y :ii.d i t' ! It 1H Jiut C.I. !! Hi tilTil Mui 1 j. . ! J.,I* i fpt utlic !' ! :.ii syM.rt Birellinw r>- ?-.?.? t.--i "in: > pra .si'M ii. ,ui ?r j: n , , . < s .?. pttotl'.i ? (*, } % ,4 J-;.,; Ml...

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

^Market and Fl IrSs nuinw li I r I UUI1U I UULw M L COTTON UPGRADE I ibertUs Ck> Higher?-Union Pacific Showing Enc?urging Along With Other Bond*. . . . I V _ B, ptmmwt r. Wm( Uy Special Uutd wire to the Roanoke World-Newe) 'urther' OvVinee "ln tbTgrM'tr ^art t too atock eschanae list .today ocirred simultaneously with another lolent upruah In cotton and a rather narketd dlaolay of strength in Uni*-d tliM Government bunds. The new treasury 4 l-4s Cot back , 0 par (or tkef Irst time In over two < nontha and liberty group all went ' iirher, This reflected the customary < 1 "position on the part of Investment < tpltal for tho dividend and Interest < iubnrsements at the new year. It < "Uld not be said however. Chat tho I '>ne part waa manifest in ths bond < market. The contrast between the < stber quiet And very Irregular investment movement of the day with ihe heavy trading and snarpsy a&a...

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

NoOD SOLDIER OF U.S. SEEKS FAVOf gp4lbarr.an Who Fought With A rE F. Witnts to Bring Mother to America. K, ll< < V llrlKKS Sr, r " d Wire to the Koa ft SkOke vv. . .J N. -- '.' pyriutit, 1J.J2, R^' St. l a. . v 2i>.?ijeenusi kJm *er\ eu i.? . - J soldier" will lQ>tha * "< tri **" -rtt.-? u Leufi T~ .1'Anlan. expect; i$ uncle : - re to him hii j Btothe I. i \ :? and finance! K Jrom ?ii , > n separated 11 rpm. *. h- '. .-ration, inttuttH When his " t laced a rifle It Villa hand* . .-. : ! htm to avcnitt <- Ills lath. r. > . .v Turkish maraud ? nra shortly .-d K.istncti hopes ; a* Infinite'" . ' i-iunni.ni are at work a. i .. - :.i to come U I thlM lat.'i The ovi ! now languishf Inn in to '! > s, rl-i 'ruiit. y Bli Ve'io .? : 1 sat.I today hr KaJUKlitr. c :>? Ilia thrin te ? this*"*?i r.? -.1 aji' \\!i:o!i ftiami" ts n! 1 ! - :i of this ohar!* ncter .S .. V: : 'i'Jvt . of J. th...

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

1 ENGLAND TO I KEEP MOSUL CURZONSAYS Turkey Is notified That No Influence Will Cause Break of Solemn Pledge to Protect Arabs?Willing to Discuss Northern Boundary With Angora Experts?Questions Reliability of Claim Set Forth By Turks. ; Lausanne, Dm. S7.? (By The Associated Press.)?Through Foreign Secretary Curxon, Great Britain lnfortued Turkey today that the British never will abandon the Mosul Oil Vilayet, as requested by the Turkisk delegation, and no prolongation of the Near East conference can influence the British Government to recede from the position It has taken on this matter. The British position is outlined in a, letter seat by'Lord Curxon to lamei Pasha, head of the Turkish. d*i?fili<M. covering the ormal fe-| ply of the British delegation to the Turkish note of Sunday last, which insisted Mosul belonged to Turkey. Lord Curxon said la hi* letter that the British iev?rnn?tft had expelled the Turks from the Mosul area and occupied and admintatered it. The Britta...

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

. , * ' .V < - . == persona responsible for tba drnalulling of a nearby lake which cava up the bodies of two men Identified at Watt Daniels ami Thomaa lt>chnrda. abducted by u masked mob last AiiKuat. It was declared that additional arrests wore imminent. Secret service men were reported to ha\e located the place where dynamite. said to dtuvo been 1,100 lbs. was sold and some of the men suspected to have been Implicated In the dynamiting pre under survellHence. The In vestlgators indicated that arrests may occur soon. liilS GRANTED I DELAWARE CHARTER EE I ^.Capitalized At $160,000,000 | r* to Deal In Cattle and Live\ stock of All Kinds. ^^^KjMated HKS Charter f.>r An *.ir anil Company H:*t D?U?an. ?n til-<J at the office the Sec ret rv . f .State here tudav. ffkt company t? , .intattncl at JtSP.^HflMO.OOO and 1? 'sorizeci to ileal It) HMtttle and 11\ . f all kinds. The HBpeorp<>r?m> t..< &amp...

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

I * =| SLAYERS STORY DOES IT CHECK J Louisville Polio? Mot Satisfied ?I That Mrs. Jones Has-Re R vealed Facts. I H Loulavllla, Xr? Dec 17.(By th? At. | ?"cl?t?<J Pr?sa)?The air of myatary surrounding m? ?no?xinf W U. L. Olive U Jodm, a divorcee. had been hgltMMd today by facta uncovered by police department investigators. Mra. Jonaa, who clalma aha fired In aalf defense. faces a charge of murdar. Officials daclarad Important pointa . BUTlng police headquarters aarly Monday morn In?. Mra. Jonaa tout olflccra aha shot J*lack late Hunduy aflarnoon following a quarrel and watched all nlgbt orer the body, unabla to aummon courage to call polica. , The woman apparently waa in ha* usual ehaarful mood between 11 and 11:1* o'clock Sunday night. William Hlxaon, 19. who accompanied t iara. 17 yaar old daughter pf Mra. Jones, and C. H. Jones, of Cincinnati, her divorced husband, homo from a pic. - turo show. Mra Jonoa declared following her corrcador that she was in a hysterical cond...

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

F? r PfVPH H. SOCIAL AN! I I MRS. J. W SH J KlOffice Hours: 9 to 10 A. M PI 1 < hrlMmaa Aong vii.i. i.low, ' 'Bltlk till out and shroud; it fill j ami loud. KV Aloft as v 11 lidvw, ^MtK in- w >:<!! .r's our HMka *. ii v ? >oa, * EfVmne in * ii. < >.uilor true. K. ^or Chiimiui.- that oouics so near." ; ^_0?. v .ml > ferry h:>. - md sail. Throup aie ? i1k?-,i with I hail Th I'luif v and sleet; and J*\ ah'*t torg I'h my i-' ' i s "ir sour htirir aiin shall he. And Clu 'ki m no near. ft*., ?V. .11..tin C"x Bennett. Mid Tbrlinn l(N'li>ird?<a to Giro K nl r-' Miss Th I I: ! .trdsoii w ill Kive F * dramatic r?-- . : .r tliu Matonlc BRMpIi on I-i \ t c) i. at cign.tnhlrty o'clock ' benefit ol tlx en" SlirimHIns Kieh.i ' -i the attractive SllAt>f<h!Cr ol -Mr., .i- ) Mr-. C. I. ItlchKilBimn of Walim- H:li. and In at Iftotn>- for the ti Kijr. having bee...

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

r "L B. H." HEARD FROMJNK MORE *? Wrote ^ear Ben" to Look out For Fifty uue him Personally Winchester, Dee. M.?Additional loiters, written by Representative B. fllemp. Republican, of the North Virginia district: add his former secretary. L. M. Howard, have b*ea brought to light, tending to imply , that ail 4he money contributed by /hose favored with Vetera! positions / I the Ninth and other Virginia !:? I rlcts waa not for campaign purposes / An entirely new "Dear Ben" ieiier. .lgned "U B, H." has Just turrje IP. Dated Washington, February 4 I'M, It reads: 'Dear Ben: r "Ton remember the Virginia run .routs .matter. There is SSQ.so coming then to me personally. Will you look after It? "Sincerely, U 1: H "Confidential." "Dear Ben" waa B. R. Powfl!, prominent merchant or Gretna. Va.. Who was formerly . federal patronage refTee -in the Fifth Virginia district ' Those whom he recommend#-.! 10 Congressman 'lemp for appointments were usually given positions by Postmaster-General Hays. Mr S...

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

It ' -^1X _ _ f Til# Roanoke Norn-News > . i*b?4 1CV9 ) . hoanoek. va. K Error 1>*J Kscept Sundtr b times wuru) cooraeuttox. T>a>< 8uu<Mti*. KouolM, V*. ^TToTirs I- Editor. P-TT ' Member* mi ' [ Mrtri'i Ne<r*t>*l*r fubllahm* AamUlloti WAkaru >>r*rp*iMr l*ubit*hr>*' A?*od?uoo Tk> Auiulitnl Pro Audit Bureau ot Orctilanoo tw Auoui led !>* la riclualvclr autIMlM IO thv lifts tor republication of all |e*i diipiU-br* credited to It Of not other%tao ereoned lu ttui pipes. aj)d alio the looal HNM publuiwd herein. '* r<'HKIOMftKl RKSKNTATlVfc trail' ? a Hit. t li. Ntw Von md Chlcaao BKSrad at l?etoG"? at Aouoki, Vtrclma. ai Second C Mall A liter. Ci RATfcB iN AIVVAHCE fy It eeot? p r ?<-* pijabla to carrier. IT.tV per >rar It lbs office, lit MAIL HBaUy. ooe yr?r 95.00 Ball*. hi month* # -'.50 HlK three miri he &amp...

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

f WYNOAM WHITE IS [ PfiABEOBYCAMP Is Only Virginia Player To Be --i n.. ai ?.a i r..i a mentioned oy woiea rootI ball Authority 0 Wyndim White." atijr full back on l? the only player on Virginia teem ti> receive favorable mention by WatH tar Camp In bla All-Amerloan eelee* tlon pubUehed In Colllefe magaslne. 1 Whlta waa placed In the Hat of foot* ( ball play era who woro naar the top ' In their rea Motive positions. Southern football came Into ita own tbla year according to the oeievtlona /, made by Cam*. Although no player / from a Southern institution waa placad an tba tret eleven. three were able to (rain ?oa|ttoM on the. second team. They wara Setron, tackle. VI eat Virginia: Bo in a r. and. Vnodarbilt. and Barron. Georgia Tech. waa picked a eecond-etring fnllbaelt. Kail, of Vanderbllt, and Wlleon. of . Texaa A. and M. woro groan favorable mention aa boMg cloae to the top in the end poaltlona* } Bennett and Reynolds. both tacklee for^tbe University of Georgia: More} d...

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

~V ' Ir R ?fonT , ,? jfltDEAL ~" EARLY COMPLETE i )nd Creek Coal Company's ProDertv To Be Snkl To B Automobile Man ^ hit ??hurK. Ki . I>ce. C6. ? It Is ?that: Henry F :. a m .m obile k init. ^ PriTOPT': l"V l:irc<. mlll/tifc plullt **te Pim'il ?' ?! iVirapini)' ?t here In I'lke vh .ii . Willi liy In rue lllof iU'ri'Mi lialtimore. Drill >rnr I empletlnn. B This Mnnoum i tin i t w;i* maitr hero lew Jay* a*" it i* k'lVcil out K^^^Nn. the il. nl dually t'loinl ^ tMfore the it i>l 1-1 y.-ar. HE tliln pkrctiUM it - * ? III. XX III lake the place >! "lie ? I : t ?t il.al whereBby jrcvril wa* t" t>tii. lias.- the vast ^^ ro per ties of tin Klkiui Coal Cor^^^Ktlsn 'hi- r. parte.) ^^^Mtderai ion weniy-iwi. dollar-. ami xxhich has lie. u l. seed for MeXei.i! weeks It I* ^HU nun that I- purchase last is consiUi ... 11 > err^^ntluit Kor.l purchase 1WN ^rffK pr-j t'lii" .i i i urn bnt r? i of thriii nuiii'lii'liiy aft Hr...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 December 1922

ram j WORLD NEWS oimtfcod odvortMar Mm To Hut nun tin* war* M tlM 11m OlNlW OMM M? M IMk Ail dAMlBfd MfWtmw Mrtctly -h 10 ai'inM ' Sptdol em* rim to I? If go. ??rtio?H Mi ipplKotioo Com oiuh m"?nn ail oot-of ; ? tow* at^>f> I ! 'N? mi ar Maty Mock-Mood tro* j I AO H'lKlMMl* MUM HMD lb* 1 mi'iucaa Aftoa1 W ?" Mr I publication neat oralu#; Saturday I ' tr phonr ai?x. . 1 AUTOMOBIl^Pi 1K1 SKVKN-PASSkNORR JORDAN, la wad condition, Mr Ml* bjr owurr for OUb CallJUHM ______ II7J4 * SoRD RITNABOIT. Ii?o Imek body for Mia. A t low prkw lor quick . Mie. S17 Tenth Blrrat. B. W. I'houo dm: FOR p\LH?FireWnxr Ford, lit,,. .on Anion. fully equipped axcapt Mortar. u*rrain. bTo. -3871. oora thU paper. * _________ UV51 FORD COl-PR ? S450 buya Ford* Coupe. I) radically wow, car baa o*er ft 00 worth I astraa. Muat Mr oaaa to bo appreciated. Owner H. W. MroipaUod. 014 Frank..,, ipj. Fbw 11AB. looio . For SrIc 1-1919 Hudson 7>Paiwti([er ? ?fippllent mrchaniral enndition, ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 December 1922

?- . , il-- ? B | ? Buiinesi Today I * IWyorts from all sections of the BIlMOapitrr indicate that the holiday thLa year ha* been about the I k*?t on record, surpassing that o'f E,*Uher 1919 or 1920. In fact, the only KfiVaar that compares with it accordlnic [fj^UPrad street'a lteview, is IDUJ. Price I levala were higher iu 1919 and 1920 IT than in 19 22. ami similar figures in I ] I iESr"1" d11.?i a for the former yenrs lUaii Iresi in terms of merchandise ir tttluM r. Ithan they do this year. ft While 191 yywus. generally speaking. t I'" a year of wither reckless buying. I EfKti tow ardsT?<cnd Iped begun to K l"> ahead of 11 > eotlaumera pur^HkftSlng power. In Other words. 11V E tag Coats were pressing very hard , a upon wages late In that year, and affect t ie < came manifest; E In holiday trudi Hy the following W-lOK the gap between price levels i 1 and purchasing power had widened IB -to auch un extent that a great slump f In retail tra...

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