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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 September 1895

Hundreds of patterns of Dress Goods?the most beauti? ful designs and of the finest weaves?such as Figured Mohairs hi black and colored, Mohair Brllliantine, Silk and Wool Boucles, Fancy Jacq? uards, Storm Serges in navy blue and black, Broadcloths in all colors, Henriettas in all the new shades at prices that will astonish you for cheap ness. The handsomest line of 25c Dress Gcods in the ciiy. Black Dress Goods. We have laid in the largest assortment of Black Goods, consisting of French Serge in 46, 48 and 50 inches wide at 50c, 65c and 75c. These goods must be seen to be appre? ciated?every yard guar? anteed, Fancy Black, Jacquard Mohair, Mohair? eens, Crepons, Ladies' Cloth, Henriettas, and a dozen other makes. At 7 = 0, worth $1, 20 different pat'erns to se? lect from. Special Drive in Chenile Table Civeis, Just received 10 dozen Chenile Table Covers, all beautiful designs, 1% yards square, at 75c. While Bedspreads. 10 dc/en at 69c. Come and see the m and compare them wi'h any do...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 September 1895

I PERFECT SANCTIFICATiON. (CONTINUED RltOM FIRST I'AOK.) eonsness So. in thin passage, reckon must mean ? believ*. tumu yourselves dead indood unto Bin. Account this to be too oaso. Regard this as truly your rel* ion to sin; you aro entirely dead to it; it shall have no moro dominion over you A careful examination of the passages where this original word is used will show that this is its usual and natural sen tot And this gtvos us the true idea of ? ispel faith?embracing personally the salvation which is by faith in Jesus Christ. Hut more of this hereafter. IV What is meant by reckoning yourtclves alive indeed unto God through Jesus CbrisiV I'iainly this: that you are to expect to bo saved by Jesus Christ and to calculate on this salvation as your own. You are to es teem yourselves as wholly doad to sin and as consequently brought into llle and peace In Jesus Christ. V. What is implied in tho exhorta? tion of our text? That there is an adujuato provision fur This expectation, and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 September 1895

It's a curious thing: that some people are not aware that Pond's Extract is far supe? rior to any of the preparations of ha mamelis made. Accept tin nttbntitutn for genuine J'oml'a JSmtraet. POND'S EXTRACT CO., 7C Filth Ave., New York. A HURRICANE CONTEST Fitzsimmons Believes the Big Battle Will Be Brief. TO WIN OK LOSK IN TEN ROUNDS. \ _ The Australian Hopes to Defeat Corhett In a "Short, Slnirp ami Derisive" Struggle, ltoh'x IteuHoiiH For llulieving II? Witt VanrinUh tin- California Obuliator. Where I hero's n will t here's always a way. Notwithstanding executive procla? mations and apparently o1 her Insunnouut - nblo obstacles .lames .T. Corbntl ami your hllinhlu servant will inoel in tho roped arena and battle for the world's champion? ship. I have mich confldonco in Dan Stuart, tho ruling -pirit of Ihn Florida Athletic, cltlh, that 1 believe implicitly that he will lie aide to bring off tho great fistle carnival either ut Dallas, on Oct. :ii next, or immediately across tho bord...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 September 1895

A BIG FALL! WE AUK ANTICIPATING a B\g Fall Trade, and to ihis end wo have bought gome of the Bigsrest Bargains ever shown :n this city A LINE OF Sample Shoes To he received each week to he closed out ul and Below Wholesale Cost ! LEATHKU IS HIHH AND mny possibly he higher, but we have the prices and the ?roods to KILL competition. We invite oue anil all to call and exatuiuc prices. We arc always pleased to see you. Very truly yours, Boanoke Shoe Go. No. 13 S. JofTorsoii St. y. J, HURT, Manager. -the Soanoke Steam Dye Works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, Is the only reliable Dyeing and Scouring establishment in ihc South-! west. All others advertised as steam dye works are takes. Beware. Be sura to send for us. Ladies' and gent's jood- dyed and cleaned to perfection. ?Lndias1 Sailor Hals Dyed Bhck to look uew. Don*t forget our uuiuber. HO CAMPBtLL ST., rPoone 229. ?oanoke. Va. OULTRY NETTING, HAMMOCKS. FISHING TACKLE BARB WIRE. JGARDEN SEEDS. KST" Sole agent* tor the eale of Genuine Olive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 September 1895

THE RO?NOKE DAILY TIMES. XIV.?No. aoo VlilUK THKBB ?KNT8.' ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1895. FIJLT. AB800IATBD PRB8S IBLKGBAHg, ALL ZU? MKVTB OF IBB VkOKLU. PTHK WKATHKll. Forecast for Vlrglula: Fair and decidedly cooler; tonth winds, ihift Ing to northerly. Most of You * * * o Have thought of us wheu your roofs leaked. Many of you know We Can Stop Leaks in Roofs. Boaooke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce St. and Franklin Itond. J. R. OOLLINOWOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phono 228, WE ARB SOLE AOBNT8 I'Olt FINE BOX CANDIES. Orders Given Prompt Atteotlon. Jon JEFFERSON BTRBET. 8rr?*Our 10 cent Boratcd Talcum powder still leads. Have you tried it ? OYSTERS C?T?GNTS RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's host cooks, we are piepnred to serve the public with the best oysters that was ever served in the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din? ing Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. Oysters Received Fresh EYery Day. WE ARE NOT EXTRAVAG...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 September 1895

honest ELECTIONS IN FRANKLIN. nominations Mad* at Kooky Mount on Saturday. Editor Roanoke Timks:?Tho "Hon? est election" voters ol tho oountios ot Floyd and Franklin mot in convention hero to-day to nominate candidates to represent this district in tho n?>xt legis? lature of Virginia. W- H. Halo was nominated for tho senate and Tyler Turner floater for the house, tbe nomi? nations bring unanimous, Franklin having previously nominated Robert Young for tho house of delopates. Tur? ner and Young are both Republicans and farmers and merchants of high character and standing and woll quali? fied to roprosont tho best interest of the masses. Halo In quite a young man. Ho is tbe son of O. W. B- Halo, who was for a number of years the chairman of tho Democratic party of Franklin county, but now a prominent leader of the Populist party. His grandfather, tbe Hon. Nathaniel H. Clalborne, repre? sented thlB district In the Congress of United States for a long number of years, and whos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 September 1895

A BETTER PLAN. 6li<- Tramp Wanted His Heart's BIooil, but Changed Hie Mind. There was a man standing ill tllO door Of a Michigan avenue saloon tho other morning, when he was approached by a tough looking specimen of u tramp, With a request for a moment's privnto Conversation. " Yon go ou," said the man in the floor. "You are the party! threw out Of my place last night." "J am tho party," was tho placid re? ply. "You remember why you throw Sue out?" "of conrso I remember. Yon wanted to deadbeat me out of a drink." "That is, I asked you to give me a glass of beer and chalk it down." "Yes, that's what you asked." "lint instead of saying that you didn't do any chalking down business you seized mo by tho hack of tho neck and flung mo outdoors." "Certainly I did. I don't want any of yonr kind hanging around my place." "As 1 walked away," continued the tramp, "I called hack to you that I would bo revenged?that I would yet wash my hands in your heart's blood. Yon caught my words,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 September 1895

THE TIMES. aVJSHY MORNINO, EXCEPT MONDAY ROANUKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIM KS BUILDING, 12S CAMPBELL AVKNUB S. W, THUMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month.' * *59 " three months.*-J>? " Biz months.8-w *' one year. In advance .... 6.00 Sunday Edition, one year .... 1.00 Tub Tim bs Is a mem Dor of the Associated Press?the greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receives over a special wire the fn 11 telegraphic nows service of the Associated Press?tno same news from ell ovor the United States and the wcrld that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the crest dailies ot New Yors, Philadel? phia ami Baltimore. SEPTEMBER. S M T W T F S 13 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 lO 11 12 IS 14 IS 10 17 18 1U 20 21 23 23 24 25 28 27 28 29 30 NOTICE. T. Campbell Gray has been appointed circulation manager of THE TIMES and Is authorized to receive niouey and receipt for same on account of this paper. ltOANOKG PCBLISUING CO. Boanoke. Sept. Oth, 1890. Oh! Democracy, wha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 September 1895

Arriving Daily OUR FALL Hundreds of patterns o/ Drees Goods?the most beantfl fnl designs and of trie finest) weaves?such cs Figured Mohairs in black and colored, Mohair Brilliantine, Silk and Wcoi Boucles, Fancy Jacq? uards, Storm Serges in navy blue and black, Broadcloths in all colors, Henriettas in all the new shades at prices that will astonish you for cheapness. The handsomest line of 25c Dress Gcods in the city. Blact Dress Goods. We have laid in the largest assortment of) Black Goods, consisting of French Serge in 46, 48 and 50 inches wide at 50c, 65c and 75c. These goods must be seen to be appre? ciated?every yard guar-/ anteed. Fancy Black/ Jacquard Mohair, Mohair* eens, Crepons, Ladiesy Cloth, Henriettas, and a dozen other makes. New SOU for Waists At 75c, wor?i $1. 20 different patterns to se? lect from. Special Drive in Chenile Table Covets, V Just received 10 dozen Chenile Table Covers, all beautiful designs, ij4 yards square, at 75c. v 10 dozen at 69c. Come and see the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 September 1895

REITERATION. Wrom out tho long ugo There Btonln tho l>cnut.v of a though* A noble poet nobly wrought. Its every word 1 Know, Am! yet I road it o'er and o'er, And every reading makes it more. 1 From out tho dreamy pnst A grand old air, a denr old strain, j Floats Kn<-k to memory aguiti, I! And memory hold- it fast. ?) And still 1 love- its sound as much i As though not knowing every touch. ^ Tou love me. Yes, I know. 1 know it well, by life ruid death. I know it l>y your Intent breath That whispered sw,, t and low. Ah. me. tho music of its vow! O sweetheart, Bay yon love m>- now! ? ?J. Edmuad V. Cooke in New York Sun. A RAILROAD GHOST. "Ghosts!" snorted the conductor scorn? fully. "Why, man alive, the woods arc foil of 'em in these mountains. Just watt till wo tnko the siding for No. :i to pa?, arid I'll toll you about Granny Whlltaker ami her cow, whose spooks I seen with my own eyes. Ghosts! There's at least one full grown spook for ewry ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 September 1895

Struck a good thing? that's what every? body says when they use Pond's Extract to relieve sore throat, neuralgia, toothache, rheumatism, etc. Iiook for the buff terappnr antl yellow labet? none (/outline without them. POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 Fifth Avc, New York. HAVE YOU THE TIME? THE ODDS_ARE TWENTY TO ONE ' -rYi?T Voy HAVE NOT. fco mo of tin- Kt'iiKOim Why Most Tlinc pteccn Art- Always More or Leu Out of the Way- How Correct Time Is Receiv? ed Dally Front Washington. Ninety-nine men out of a hundred keep iucorrect time. Ninoty-nino men out of a hundred are just in the act of regulating their watches in front of a window (hat has a chronometer in it. If you ask a man the time, and his Watch is wrong, lie is invariably going to the watchmaker (hat very day to have it put in order. No one lias any idea of keeping the correct time. All bolicvo that, they have it in their pock? ets, and none ever gets it. except at the moment of setting his watch. If you have a fricdd in the railroad bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 September 1895

A BIG FALL! w E AHE ANTICIPATING a Big Fall Trade, anil to this end w? have bought some of the Biggest Bargains ever shown ia this city. A LINE OF ample Shoes To he received each week to be closed out at ami Below Wholesale Cost! LEATHER IS HIUH AND mnyposs.bly he higher, but we havu the prices and the goods to KILL competition. We invite one and all to call and examine prices. We are always pleased to see you. Very truly yours, Roanoke Shoe Co. Ke. 13 S. JefTorson St. F. J, B?KT, Manager. ?PPORTUNITIEST VICE FARM 100 ACRES ONE MILK JL' fr >rn Thaxtons. in Bedford county; dwelling with 8 rooms in fine location, eeod orchard, convenient tooepot. church nnn schools?oncot the best bargain! wo /ire offering. J'jtcc ?1,500. Terms very aasy, 5?CHE8 OP THE BEST BOTTOM trncklng land iu Koauokc county, idiree mtlcs from Roanoke city. All of the land In clover. Price $-0 per acre. I'AHM OP 9,800 ACRES IN SOUTH', a west Virginia, on Roanoke riv.-r Pic? ture ?eres of fluo farming lam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 September 1895

THE OKE DAILY TIMES. VOX. XIV.?No. 301. PRIOB IHKEB CENTS. R?ANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1895. FULL A88OOIATBD PRBS8 TEI.EORAMf, ALL IHK NKW8 Off THE WOHLD. TUB WKITHBK. Forecast for Vim lulu: Generally fair, easterly to southerly winds. Wre Glad You like Our) Way of Repairing Roofs.i It must be that we have a "knack" of doing it bet? ter and different from others. Boanofce Rooting and Metal Cornico Co., Commerce St. and Franklin Road. J. B. COLLINOWOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phono 228. \VF. AUK SOLE AC KNTS FOR FINE BOX CANDIES. .Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. 10? JEFFERSON STREET a?f-Our 10 cent Borated Talcum powder still leads. Have you tried it '/ OYSTERS C?T0GNIS RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's be3i cooks, we are piepared to serve the public with the best oysters that wits ever served in the city. Special Invitation to ladies: We have two separate Din? ing Parlors, and the polilest attention in the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. WE ARE NOT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 September 1895

Miss Deila Steven?, of Boston. Mass?, writes: I linvo always suffered from hereditary Scrofula, ror which I tried various remedies, and many reliable physicians,but nonorellovcd me. After taking 6 bottles of 1 am now well. I nin very grateful to vou, ss i that it saved mo from a life of tin told agony, and shall take pleasure m speaking only words of praise for the wonderful med? icine, ami in recommending It to nil. Treatise on Blood ami Skin Diseases mailed free t-> any ad? dress. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Oo. SCHEDULE ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY. in effect sept. 15, 1895. A M 6 80 7 00 7 40 8 90 11 CO tl 40 10 ?0 11 CO 11 41) I f M 18 91) 1 co I 40 920 800 ?40 420 6 00 540 630 7C0 7 tO ?30 9 00 940 10 30 ii co A M D 45 7 20 8 CO 8 411 ?I '.'tl 10 00 11 4 I 11 20 College. t Vliiton. WestEnil A M 7 IK) 7 40 8 80 I 9 IX) 1 9 40 10 80 11 00 11 40 12 00 I P M P M I 12 20 12 40 1 20 2 00 2 40 320 4 00 4 40 5 20 6 00 0 40 7 20 8(0 8 40 9 20 10 00 10 40 11 20 1 00 1 40 2 90 8 00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 September 1895

When You Build Yon Want to Use the Best and Cheapest Material. WHITE PINE AUK THK 11KST. First. Bocausc they are much lighter. Second. Because they will cost lees to haug and keep in repair. Third. Hocunse they are thoroughly dry and Will not shrink. Fourth. Because they will not warp und getont Ot shape. Fifth. Ilecanse they havo n much smoother Surface, with no gaplug Joints. Sixth. Because they will take and hold paint much better. Seventh. Because they will last longer. Eighth. Because tney are much better In every respect. Use Indian Rockjim^ t^f~ Can fnrntsh yon Kiln Dried Dressed I.um? her In unv qu unity, tneb a* Flooring, Siding, Ceillur. Hw\ etc. when in need ot any ot these call at ill HO A N >KB ST., KUANUKE, VA. l'h?"? 2'"_J. H. W'LKINSQN. A TALE ?f TWO s mm series ? Coin's Financial School, by W. 11. Harvey Illustrated, 15' page* and 61 illustrations. It (Simplifies, rhu flninclal Biihjoct so an ordinary school no; caa understand It. It is the textbook of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 September 1895

THE TIMES. SV3KY MOUMNG, BXCBPT MONDAY KUAN ORK PU11L18U.ING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, 1? CAM I'll KI,Li AVBNUB 8. W. TBUMS UY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month."?'K three months.\M " six months.8-00 *' eno year, in advance .... 6.00 Bunday Bdltlon, onoyear .... 1.00 Tub Turns is a momoer ot the Associated Press?the greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receives ovor a special wire the fall telegraphic news service of the Associated Press?tho enmo news from all over tho United Btatesaad tho wcrld that ie simultaneously re? ceived i>t the great dallies ot New Yore, Philadel? phia and baltlmore. SEPTEMBER. MTW T F S ? 3 4 5 6 7 0 10 11 12 13 14 10 17 18 1? so 21 s3 24 sr 2? 87 88 so NOTICE. T. Campbell Grny has been appointed olrcnlatlon manne?' of TUE TIMES and la anthorlzod to receive money and receipt for same on account of this paper. HOANOKR PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke. Sept. Otli, 1895. DuRBANT'S counsel promise a great surpris...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 September 1895

Arriving Daily OUR FALL STOCK Hundreds of patterns of] Dress Goods?the most beauti? ful designs and of the finest weaves?such as Figured Mohairs in black and colored/ Mohair Brilliantine, Silk and Wool Boucles, Fancy Jacq? uards, Storm Serges in navy blue and black, Broadcloths in all color??, Henriettas in all the new shades at prices that will astonish you for cheapness. The handsomest line of 25c Dress Gcods in the cily. Black Dress Goods. We have laid in the largest assortment of| Black Goods, consisting of French Serge in 46, 48 and 50 inches wide at 50c, 65c and 75c. These goods must be seen to be appre? ciated?every yard guar? anteed. Fancy Black, Jacquard Mohair, Mohair? eens, Crepons, Ladies' Cloth, Henriettas, and a dozen other makes, New Silks for Waists A.t 75c, worsh $1. 20 different patterns to se? lect from. I\ Special Drive in Chenile Table Covers tjust received 10 dozen 'henile Table Covers, 11 beautiful designs, 1% yards square, at 75c. 10 dozen at 69c Come and see...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 September 1895

for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric, Itatcman'a Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and most remedies for children ate composed of opium or morphine? too Vow Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons? Ho Von Know that i:i most countries druggists nrc nut permitted to sell narcotic* -without labeling them poisons ? T>o Yon Kwowtlial you ehotttd t:>'t permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ? Tro Von Know that Castoria Uit purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of its ingredients is published with every bottle? I>o Von Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel ritcher. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined ? Ho Von Krunv ih.it the Patent Office Department of llic United States, and of other countries, have...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 September 1895

Are you taking:Simmons Liver reo. "jlatoii, the "King of Liver Medi? cines?" That is what our readers want, and nothing but that. It is tho same old friend to which tho old folks pinned their faith and wen? never dis? appointed. But another good recom? mendation for ib iH, that it is better than Pills, novor gripes, never weak? ens, but works in ouch an easy and natural way, jiuit like nature itself, that relief cornea quick and sure, and one feel* now all over, it never fails. Everybody need:; take a liver remedy, and overyono should take only Sim? mons Liver Regulator. iJo sure you get il. The ttcd Z is on the wrapper. J. II. Zeilin & Co.. Philadelphia. MY SWEETHEART. Oho is neither nhort nor (nil, Rather wli.il 1 think you'd ?-:ill .lust till' Klvto. And her hands and foot an?well, I'd suy ditto and not t. ll Any lien. Though her oyos are soft und hUio, Tin y hlivo not. the brilliant huo Of tho sky. Yet when in (la ir depths I loi.lt Lilio a plcturu in a hook There in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 September 1895

A BIC FALL! WE ARE ANTICIPATIN?.; ft l?g Fall Trade, and to tili? end wo hnvc bought some of tbo Highest Bargains ever sliowu in ibis cily. A LINE OF Sample Shoes To be received each week to be closed out at and Below Wholesale Cost! LEATHER IS HK4H AND may possibly be higher, but we have tbe prices and the goods to KILL competition. We iuvite oue and all lo call ami examine prices. We are always pleased to see you. Very truly yours, Roanoke Shoe Co. No. 13 S. Jefferson St. .v. J, Hl KT, Manager. TV] ICS FARM WO ACKKS ONE MILK Tv fr'im Thaxtons. In Hertford county; dwellii g with S rooms, in Hue location, rroori orchard,convenient toaepnt. church ann schools?oneof the best bargains we are offering. I'jlcc $1,500. Terms very easy, ?r CUES OF THE BEST BOTTOM *) trucking laud in i oanobe couuty, three miles from Koanoke city. All of - kte Ut.d in clover. Price $>0 per acre. t a km OF a,:*)0 aches in SOUTR. I wi st Virginia, on Koanoke river Fif? teen ?eres of tine farm ne la...

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