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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 February 1903

STATE MANSIONJHROWN OPEN (Continued from, flrnt page.) he Ufft parlor, at the rear of the lib- ] firy. a?'' the line of procession moved < herv e to the right, Anally rinerglng n -the email front parlor, situated , craw* the hall ,from the library. , ; The members of the governor's staff a ftUendince were: Colonel !x \V. < _\VUll??|burg; 'Colonel II X. Tarfer, of Eeeeburg; Colonel Henry'M. ~j ijrwU, of Charlottesville; -Colonel yn, 2 .J..., v^u M o " ti " v?ii, v/uiuuri 4wiii o, Tinl wood. Colonel iMann S. Valentine. Col>nel B. Randolph Williams and Colovel Barton Grundy. of Richmond. B<Ides m? mi>ora of the staff and their f\ym be following ladle* aasijted In 1 , 'lerehrlng: Mirs. Rppw Kunton. Jr., iIts. OharU-J T. ?tFerrall. Mrs. Fltxtugh Ijee. Mrs. Jaunt* Keith, Mrs. Geo. ?f. Harrison Mrs. Janet Carter Ho*;ltu?. Mrs. William Todd RoBfiiaT'Mlss <ou Sea* el I. of Gloucester, and Mrs. E. O. Humphries, of Bedford count...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 February 1903

FUPe INSURANCE FRAUOS. fh*. u ?? Methods of Conspirator* Exposed Operated Many Years. j Ne? York, Feb. 11.?An exposure .f th? methods of the oonapirutor* In the recently discovered Italian lif?> intdirItAce frauds was made today by the confession of one of the men'concerned. It appear* that the fraud* have befrn In opera:ion-for ten years during which time tku insurance companies have been defrauded of hundreds of thousands of dollars. In one instaue* " a company paid out 120.(KM) on one fraudnkmt risk. The head of the conspiracy. Mr. .Krotelsys. was Bartoloont.> Clrfno. -who was recently arrested and released tinder $0,000 ball. Cirino 's aaid to bav0 disappeared ami his bond will "be ordered forfeited. ' Th? nana) plan -of operation* was muk?> an apptu auoji i<n insurance i the name of some person in ajlyitir! E?* condition. a he althy sulwtit ife beta.; presented for tnediral examination. In fc",'-' 1 oases where the original risk linge...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 February 1903

r . , " ' r [J*J OIIJI? M VGKMAN HAS l.OST HIS -AMD lMiE \VLC*KJ-:i> GOBI n jf?st?^*ta>*'s ptuilo. by using the i inorpull may l>e found "in the lower o ax to formed hi the boy's* foot. MUNYON'S Witch Hazel Soap 10c per Cake Here. We have the largei Hot Wate AND < Rubber to he seen in.the ? ? bought direct from insuring frenh and We do not hand lots that have deti All BOTTLES Gl' ? - ONE YEAR, SOMI TWO YEARS? Y< ^ Holdfast Stopper . - most satisfactory Is sold?the stopper i Ma Phi ?U ?@?5X?*sx?<sXsS^^ Convenience, Cle. |, . T Brillian The Electric l itrht l? nbt at all about it's being tb mbling in the dark for match) rntke key, ifs dark. Simple . FOR ESTI1* V Wiring Yo ? ' * ; - "SE | W. E. WOL No. 132 Campbell Ate 4. ~7* ' ^ > 0 * i'.'munibn. c/.an ttm KIND H'/iR ,EK WHO STOLE iLHR'.' t 1 ippor part of the picture as base, the 1 rt*ht pftrt. formed by the branches. ? i o . i j! V I ?a | f ~*~c 5t assortme...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 February 1903

ill WEIL WASHED ^10^!^. That's the secrct^of our success. 'No foreign matter is. left iji fabric to mar All c!a??es of work are treated by This insure* results not attainable in any other way. Radford Steam Laundry solicits the work of particular people. fiT DO NOT FORGET TO CALL AT OUR STORE and secure an illustratedC( >< >K BOOK FRKE Malta-Vita demonstration is in progress. Pi HUNTER & CO, THE GROCER. Cor. Salem are. and Commerce St. Ifev W. S. and J. B. GREENWAY It la quite an easy matter to decide why to are selling ut>re Heaters and Cook 8tores than~x>ur neighbors. an-l you will see at a glance when you ? compare our prices. We hare an elegan supply of eignt-day nickel alarm ( P clocks, and furniture for the rich and the poor. Some Christmas Toys at half n price. Amonna Knitting-,Yarn to beat tfce band. Come ?M ~*e f k. W. S. Greenway & Son's General Auctioneers a&T Dealers. p.- . ^ new n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 February 1903

-Vol'" 6, NO s(,r - ,%?-ROANOKE, VA., FR-IC>AY EVENING FEBRUARY 13, 1903. PRlfVR~nww. ru;vr^B PIG SKIN ON II PICKANINNY Wonderful Operation is , Performed ROOTER'S HIDE GRAFTED Burned Epidermis of the Little Negro Healed By Grafting Skin of a | . Pig? Cure Complete arid' Child Leaves Hospital Richmond. Va.. Keb. IS.?The Utile pickaninny * ho had bits of pigskin grafted on a large area on her left side. from which thp skin and ftesh had' lieen burned, left the Virginia - Hospital for her home yesterday, <i>mpletely cured by "the t realm en(7 Dr. "Mofluiro performed the op" rat ion on 'ho *^'i5?t about three weeks ago and during the operation he remarked that if a fair proportion of the bits of pigskin took hold the child would be well In a few weeks. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. Richmond. Va.. FVb. 12?The members of the National Association of House Parfnters and Decorators enjoy?erf a smoker and stag party tonight. ine wmion ot omeers occurs tomorrow and...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 February 1903

R - | FOOTUGHT GLEAMS | new war play, *\Vlnche5?er.' I p~ ~ *t? presented at the Academy last night .before a large-sized and appre7 ctatir? audience. The author, Edward rs._. McWhde, has written a play that is different from its predecessors in the ?ano ffetd. '-Mr." MoWade has written a platy >hbat wiM not offend either -sooth or north. "The iplot is strong and the action steadily to the culnviuation. There are jnany strong ollmaxe*i that aroused great enthusiasm and the applause K}" was hearty and frequent. "Margaret May. ;?? Virginia Randolph, had the principal opportunities of the play. -She has a strung syinpuE-.'_ f KafWi ?h\Luz u<>l ?. vi iV-)i o-'eul i M sitjr j?nti force. "The. company is *v'l balanc-J am! all 'he roles were well played. Th?hferVry is unusually handsome. The seeive in the last act shining Virginia's ride to Winchester is a womier<11J fleet." That what the Richmond Titnesllisjtatch says <?f Wjm-hoster."...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 February 1903

VATCHDOGS OF" : THE STRONG BOX * foUc House Expenses ShouhL Be Tinned and Reports Furnished. 00 MUCH ENTERTAINING t Erpmtr of Taxpayers?Cannon Defends Administration?Jones I of Virginia Loses His - " Amendment. Washington. Feb. 1 -.77 The House d? slow progress with the eiyiv aprprlation bill today covering only page* and leaving Id pagfeTtTfTje dis?ed .of- Tin' delays were occasioned a rather protracted discussion of the m In the hill for the maintenance the white house and considerable >ate on the Item appropriating $11.* .000 for the relief of distress In the lllpplnes, Mr. (laities. Democrat, inessee, and Mr. Fitzgerald. Dom t, New York, criticised the greatIncreased cost of maintaining the it* house. An amendment tu cut Lt j t the appropriation for the relief distress In the Philippine* was deted but the language of the para- | ph svow modified j rcqulr- annual tut* uf tlu? cxprndltnrr of the mnn ^ Wien the Item appropriating $tin.- , for the tare, repair and refurni...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 February 1903

I The Ev en Br ' EVEIIY Rom oka I RATE! IrJi&lraSBv?. .tt/ I ' OM CfJ . ? BOTH PI ? * WBATHBlt?Forcast for Virginia f ROANOKE. VA.. FRIOV l OF JMJTU/ ' t\'<> wiM ptMinm.. making a sug jf gesticm to the Roanoke Railway am pi Bleotrlc Ooaxrpany. which S>'^ -feelievt JP*' will ukknatelj haw the effect of a<W Jfcfj ding; largely to the increase of trwlli' f Hro/ on that particular section of the systom. Reference is had to the reduction R. , of the r?w flare between Roanoke an?l EL f Sa!?m. Wo believe if this rat. was ' reduced to a straight fare of ten cent# P>- ip each vmy, the travel wouid in a few t" ^ vreek#? more than TIoiYble. There Sr? : R, many- people living in Roanoke to our i b uertnia knowledge, who, if there was r r. . a ten coat te?re. would reside In Salem, [NEW WOMEN "Hie of the pet rnproachOs made flnet U*e new woman is that in her sovnJy longing to island upOn thr ne footing as her aforetime lortl 1 ma...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 February 1903

UtiftE SAM'SJEW WOMEH. (Continued from first page.) toed men ^rbottl lh?n ^would hire ?n decidedly embarrassing had not a' sk oCIcct of the Cunarder opened to of the larger porta of .the main tck, and thus saved the women An tra climb of perhaps ten feet. Bves^twnir on the Ixeruin. UYttflagt I tfith gallantry as the -women climbI aboard, lire passenger*. who Rath* wd adoog-ilde the starboard rail, isero* the new Inspector*. The raaar of the ship. Captain Thomus Sterna. instead of sending hi* ship along half speed, with the cutter banging ie big aides, allowed her to Jog along fa snail-like pace while the women ere cUmbing aboard. The thre;' women selected for lad r-mountt:>^ were Miss -ftelen A? aylor. of this city; Mr*. Sarah F. arrlaua. of Washington. am1 Miss atllda A'lckmonn. of Hobutw ?. On the way down the'bay to meet ie lvernrfa the women Inspectors clusned aft and the men recounted to ietn how easily It vtut t<? fall off the dder -with the cutter and st...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 February 1903

BAER CLOSES FOR I COAL OPERATORS Death-Like Silence Pervades Courtroom as Argument is Read. Sp SOME SEVERE CRITICISM Heaped Upon .uxiembers of Civic Federation?He Favors Sliding Scale?D arrow Finishes for Miners Today. | Philadelphia. Kelt. 11' L5. t'<uy a a a i ' dlence that filled every in>*h of s;?a ? in the United States Circuit Com room, President (ieorge F- Itaer, of t'a. if! Reading Company, made bis closing argument for the coal operators belore the strike commission today, au i r Clarence s. Harrow," chief counsel f >. the miners, began the summing up lor if7 the men. The two sessions were ' <- | ET'- tremely Interesting, and Um-Ji B speakers held t"lu* attention of the audt[?,' tore throughout their remarks. The ??greatest interest was manifested In Mt. , Baer's appearance before the eotnmisBit. eion to plead the case of the mine ow uEore. There were many prominent p? rs; sons present to hear him. among them 6 being President Tri...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 February 1903

r. I i THE raiJRHHANT AND TlGETt 1AI TRRffiJE HUNTERS TO CAPTURE T ANT) ALSO THE TIGER" in ywterday's puzzle, by using th daughter may be found below the nu the uppor right corner as base, it the: ???@?sx&&& I "Wo are headquarters for fin tracts, toilet waters, sachet pi and wuips. Some new and espf fetching odors of French protli Just In. Our 35c an ounce 11 Quadruple Kxtracta (eight odors I not be equalled at that price. ' small quantity and Judge for ym - Duties Bous( * I atotf* thftir 11 Tiittl IS ii is possible ti Ba of-the han<k. Ik \Vho"1?W picasi ^B . serva:orie?. gar I;\ Rubbt o use. Ikmiik soft i | | the wearer nr la have your size, Ii I PI ^^Bi8)Qfi)?(S)???(5(iXSX2)???(5)?S)(S?S)??(S BConvenience, Q tBrillia The Electric Light t at all about it's being ling in the dark for mal turn the key, it's dark. Sin I Wiring Y I W . E. WO I I No. 132 Campbell, c*. . :$r=rfe' _ ,k V v? 1111 fe Ifll ^i1 'I" ;qh at the efforts of the 5IKM....

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 February 1903

WELL WASHED That's the secret of our success. N< foreign matter is left in fabric to ma: Iiur iiuiKii. All clasatis of worlc are treated bi those specially skilled in their line This insures results not attainable ii any other way. Radford Steam Laundry i . ? solicits the wurk of particular people We know how U) please. f"' DO NOT FORGET TO CALL AT OUR STORE and secure an illustrated COnK BOOK FREE Malta-Vita tlem. onstration is in progress. HUNTER & CO. E|'? THE GROCER. Cor. Salem are. and Commerce St W. S. and J. B. GREENWAY It to quite an easy matter to decide wlijr we are jelling more Heaters an 1 Cook Stoves thnn our neighbors, an! you will &ce at a glance when you mi_ -w-.k-'v kui ki m ?. m- nave IB *** gnn supply of eight-day nickel alarm clocks, and furniture for the rich and the poor. Some Christmas Toys at half price. Amonns Knitting Yarn to bent the bawl. Oomc *nd see us. W. S. Grcenway & Son's General Auctioneers and Dealers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 February 1903

Q : ; fp ? '- ? -^- ? ? Vr. -^-L-; ?^ ?= rm*- - ?-- ^., . rmi" .' j- I .., |. vH Mill 1 I, n'afe^B^B VOL. 6, NO 90. ROANOKE, VA?SATURDAY 'EVENING FEBRUARY 14, 1903. PRICE?ONE CKNlf^H J. HAIV \ i _. RAILROA1 ^ SPENE Greatest Sum For Single Year GIGANTIC PLANS Great Trunk Lines Will Expend Half a Billion Alone in Maintenance of Way./ Will Lay 3,000,000 Tons of Ralls New JTork,. .Feb. 14.?The railroad* of the country will spend a larger .sum ,on improvements and maintenance during 1903 than has ever been spent In^any single year. Some officials place the sum as high as $1,000,000,000. . This Is probably an overestimate. ~ <but the sum will certainly be a stupendous one. During the fiscal year 1901 the railroads spent $231,000,000 on maintenance of way and structures, and $190,000,000 on maintenance of equipment. Both of these expenditures will bo greatly increased during 1903. An extremely conservative' railroad official estimates that the ratlroads will spend during 1903 at...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 February 1903

mBt - FOOTUGHT GLEAMS f ToBl^ht2?i,,Winvhwt??r!" Kj__ WajfcMilaT-" I'mle H??." HLii^fiay?Tim MurpTiy.. Bfc'l-' Toafeht. al the Academy. '"\Vincheednr," a atory of Virginia in (id. ff 'arllV lie twen for (he first time in this ft. City. TW> love of a southern ?irl ?iKi tbc interaction of a .Massachusetts volP''. Cntsnr la the groundwork on which f iho teieated young writer. Kd*:n M< iWade. bos selected* to bulla his thnlJin* e*ar7 Winchester." It Is an nr . tjytk Mm ding of history an<i romance. /r The .pdwt has been lai<i in the thickest of ti?o traty. where the cloud* and nwr t "of the baAtle'p din are only sucvoisled ! by thw (ctories of a victorious ilay It !v is au old idea worked out in a new drew. There have been other war fr;' playn. Innumerable, but in Mr. M'<Wf Wades initial effort, "Winchester" I'Vlitch was playnxl in the south J.t>t winter, where it met with pronounced Kf^Cfeoows. <3*. much so th...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 February 1903

; NO HARM IN STAGE LIFE Wfc. Continued from l*t page.) - hood and her avowed intentions. "If 1 lhad. a daughter and was vo"vlncod of- her dramatic qualttk*. 1 should have no more healt.it ion in placing her upon the stagy than 1 should heuitaie In putting herln a dally news -paperroflleeof in a-mtruHiUi e houae as a bookkeeper or stcnograijherT But T .shoo!*! certainly .see that my daughter, until her vharacter and principles were established, should have the protection of her mother, und as far as possible in*" i *v iii>lift iiiuwiKt? in a uuiuf, huwfvft humble. The exigencies of *"l theatrical fife are against the feasibility of doMtUchy. It i? pathetic to note how an avtre?a. remaining only a brief pertort h* a strange city, will HI niggle?tr> set?Hft?t-Ue?a It. a r?of her homeboUl gods 'n the nxxm of her hotel aiwt will surround herself with little comforts that suggest a home, an>l In the summer months the .majority of* the theatrical profession...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 February 1903

if he Even - PUBLISHED EVERY R Bwmlii Ni RATES *? B? PH Py WJSATH1SK?roreast ror Virginia: R>-_' f?o% In mountain districts. y HOAynviK, VA . ROBERT fc. L kL In tn?we<iay?>. when no ulany. around | lis are concerned with a discussion :ii ft. which the centra! object of Interest is He. a proposed statue of General I to ben K K. IJOB at Gettysburg. it is interesting K J to have brought to our not ice sonic largely unknown -facts concerning th? P-" Confederate caieer of this notable B???and the more so liecatisp of the ourco Whence those ihnanate ? the revea'.er being none other than C?haiTi* iFrancis Adams, of Itoston. " At the dinner of the Confederate Veterans' Com pi, of New York, the other ahrendng?where Henry Watterson paid tribute to Uneoln and Mr. Adams to Lee!?the latter did not so deeply touch upon one phase of 'his subject M h*> had done on pr?n :<iut, <>< iwnrpoesiSly for lack, of time. ...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 February 1903

Jl, . I I STBUCTIOIWTO v RAISE BLOCKADE '.(Continued froin rirst . lertln. Feb. 14??The government Is graphing instructions that may not eh lite blockading vessels today, but blockade will'be fully raistd by torrow or Monday. '?W York. iFfb. 14.?At the ofllce of -xod "D" trteamship line today it is i no plana have" tJWft' d(TOpte?l rcdlag he resumption of traffic to teauelan uorts. No official announce H,of the raising of the blockade has n focelvcd. but when It 1* llftM the tela will stop at Venezuelan ports usaaJ. . ' ' I SUNDAY SERVICES ? I MMMMMtiMMNMMM ffeivon Street Baptist church. ccr>Wolla avenue. Rev. Hugh C. Smith, or.?'Bible school at 9:30 a. m. B. P., U., at 3 p. m. 'Worship and gibing l y the pastor, nt/ll a. m. ami ' p. in. At 11 o'clock there wll!_hv oil call" nrt the pastor will preach ' "Duty and Reward." Visitors a!-a welcome. thrary Baptist churth. J. M. TbontKtRJer.?At 11 a. m.. What Is Chris- | itr: :to ft- ni.. "The Tares and I > Are They?...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 February 1903

F SALVATION ARMY I r IN THE SENATE TTMhWEUAn. Kch. 13.? ,\ii crowd win alt rutted to the Scuttle tortaytrr hrnf- the tTWonartow. William liooth. founder and com wind r of tho Salvation Army VftuttiR tinoccupant* of the Rallcrlea wmt" (loot it Tu< ki>r. th?> Kcncrnl'a chief Haduta/ii and aon-ln-law and a larae tnitn!?? ; of. Salavat Ion l?t s. a'h?? in.. m..t..i,,,.?i t,,n nn IXr. (Vpew remimtil hlw rvinnrka. und attacked the Morrtion i liurvh bocitiMi' bo >nld h?> Im'IIi'VmI Hh memtter* otlll cling to the prm-t Ire ?'f polygmnx Itfurring to the unti |?vl> K.ini\ prov Ut.i'i in thn Sinti'hooii Idll. Mi I?. |i?->v > Md that It would Hi'i'in that lite tine It.*' ian hand of Mir Mormon u pottle h.i i iHt'tt at work In the (iri?|iar.iMi?n of Mmoo* tire and that the coin int rati d mi ftuonec of tit). Mormon lii' i ,u > hy mi I , . bo wtm In tho detenfilnvd effort to pt- - ~ \aMt^nyjun?mdiun...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 February 1903

^ -? ? r?r? Hk ?. VnA/^ a HBSV^r IStC ^ 1 r yZtt^HR|AMfenMHc^|tg*gn H WHO SENT wtwmlav"A nimJu K?- ..al?? f> be banters may be found In the < aiuTthc third between the elepha the bank, of the stream. SSXste -a? ; sxsm^ ' ' :?We?are heodquarter*^ for fit tlWti toilet waters ^nchet p and wuujw. some new ami eSp fetching odors of French prod Jtwt . Our 35c an ounce ,41 Quadruple Extracts (eight odors not be equalled at that price, small quantity and Judge for yo Dotie; Housi Ijosc their unp It Is possible t of the hands. - L / ^ t_?__ / \ Who take plea? j^ervatorles, grvi find No Rubbi indlspen?at: use. being soft the wearer n< ? have your size. 1 l. M PI *> ' : 1 ' h ' R R*' /V "' Convenience, Q | Brillia . The Electric Light oubt at all about it's being imbling in the dark for mat Era tie key, it's dark. Sin I FORES I Wiring Y I ? - "i-rs p H I ' t XHIELVAJ^nNTLN E ? ! 1 1 le upper part of the picture ait* baae.. on? elephant's mouth, a w&a...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 February 1903

fWEL WASHED That a the secret of our success. No foreign ma tier'is left in fabric to mar the llifiah. All classes of work vire treated-by that** specially skill?\l in theft* line. This insure* results um attainable In K , any other way. Radford Steam Laundry solicits the work of particular people. We know how to please. fc doTootforget TO CALL AT OUR STORE W ant} secure an illustrated CO< >K " BO^k FRKE Malta-Vita demonstration is in progress. HUNTER & CO. THE GROCER. Cor. Salem are. and Commerce 8t W. S. and J. B. GREEN WAY U la quite an easy matter to decide why e*e tro r-V'ng more Heaters anj *#wok Stove* than onr neighbors. an! } you will coe at a glance when you compare our prices. W. have an oleI; qan supply of elght-dny nickel ajuytn clocks, and furniture for the rich* an J My the poor. Come Christmas Toys at half [price. aTnorne Knitting Yarn to beat the band. Come and see us. W. S. Greenway & Son's General Auctioneers and Deale...

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