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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 September 1922

.TIMES AND \ u %THt WORLD NEWS C.aaslled idNrtMoi 70 * tlao counting 6 words to Ito line .Display els sal led Me per Inch. AU class I fled dsartlaiBf strictly * aaab la edtanoo. pedal cash r*Ua to lom-tona ad* eertlmra m application. Cash nasi accompany all out-afto order*. Mlaclaasticatlooo aot permitted. Ho CPU or hear? black (aoad typo permit Ud All advertisemaala must reach lbs business oftww by t:M p. m. tor publicsUon , nrat moraine; Saturdays by p m ^ PHONE SI43. f S % ^ L A THOUGHT FOR TODAY Tbe more sales yon ax- -? pose yourself to. IE* B>6ro sales you will make.' The ^ opportunity is open to you e^ery day in the year, v . thru the "FOH SALE ADS" v * ??????______ AUTOMOB1UES rOH SALE?Ford Coupe. 1S21 model Will sell cheap tor autck sale. Call COOO B after S a. m. 683 ORE FORD ROADSTER?Been mo lrt? montba. full/ equipped. Good U rrna. Call X77S-W between 6 and 6 30 p. pi. 870 [ NEW NASH?Only run 4,000 miles, at a reasonable price (or quick sale. Va. Carria?e Co. ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 September 1922

Bp'TENI FEAR OF MIXED ~ W- BAFFLE IS FEW far Thu Sug(f?sted As Influencing ^ Hitches in Dempsey Wills Battle -Champ Going Abroad Hj falrpla?. < It. ?[< . i| i Wire to Th* Hoi' : ?< World - No** > '< | * : HhV ; ( Saw- T rk Sopl. tr?ir you want ?! ? up h ! up >-u tha aittjatlon m It I ?'.? t. '!:.* in Now y?rk 8? rt-fturd* I m f c 1; t { worn .la. k llrtnpsey and 11 ! - r > W J.|?i grab thin tip a> a? vn . an?thf powrra that \ la ?ra a/raid of Ilia fikht. Thry irr afrai.1 it will t.o attanda.1 bv Incl- i ? r.I * thai will kill boxllig In the Kmst..tr i. nl maybe in a lot of . ih<r r..rumor ? eulthn Th*re I* more than a good ilmncr that the prohlblt've. condition* v hlrh Ihe New York a * * let u* i". mmfanlon attached to a (thi I'flno li Will* and the rlionii-i-rti were 0-'Mgn<U to make It Impoa ' '?a-"-??no.im?t,i.Hlir?|?Infill-op-State who ore Ju?t nlundk .en !-.i?l tinlav a...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 September 1922

_ . SALE IS PLEASED I WITH STATE GUARD Adjutant General Satisfied With The 183rd Infantry Regiment BY CAKTKE W. WOUMELKV Richmond, lipi, ft.?Returning from tola tnapaetlon of tho UJrd Infantry regiment, Vtrgfhla NallojMR Guard, Col. John Tt Bright. Richmond. commanding, Brlgadter-Ueneral Vr, W. Bale. Adjutant General of Virginia, today eipriMd himself aa eminently aatlaflad wttn the cow ?nvl, which broke cantfl at the tHalft la Range near Virginia Beacbr"' Ufflclal Inspection of the regiment waa made Tuesday when tha buttal ione weia put through thalr paces on dreaa parade. Governor Trfnkl*. accompanied by Mr*. Trlnkla an< his little daughter; Major General t'harlaa J. bailey, 8. A., command,* Ing general of the Third Corps Aran aaluLan t-< >?nar,l W ?? Virginia. Adjutant-Oeneral Keckord. C Maryland; - Adjutant-General Jo Laao Stern, of Virginia. tretlrdd). with Ilrlgadler-Oeicrrxl H. Oirintr of Front Hoy el and mtmbtri of tfao Governor's staff, were...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 September 1922

r^? : ' * . I > < * it TWKLVB I EXPECT BRITAIN TO ~ I BEGIN PAYING OCT. IE Jfo Word From London Indicating Any Other Course I ~ ? No Time For Refunding Wn?. k: r Frpt. 12.? (Br The A*?o. .ir*d l'resr )?Great Britain i r.t-a. \ will t.i f n the p?) ntmt if .!i!i ??t in hi r war debt to this r unlrv t i f -r? arrangements are " ill.- ' t ? funding of the 15iv.'i.i" r |. .n r f i>hliaatlnns. It w as In?!ii-.f-1 t "lii at the treasury. . On ivu-ti-r If.. officials declared! tho m,r+'. t- sialmenl of Interest on ?i amounting IO JtS.i ? , .? due. and. alth^iugh a BritT'h (.!:: * rial mission has been \ ' *" ; a\.; Knglat d In time to l .-ir.n l i.i r> tial una wit!* the Aner! ! Ll Commission by the UM. -r i .1 : t if tb. I? month., ao far thla I'-untry ha* r. 't been notified of Its Impend.r?r departure. With m ! <-r nearly half gone oflfl. a * express. .1 the belief that funding arrangements could not be v I < .' ? h Croat...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 September 1922

r, ' ' ^ *. t * * * ? % . ' ~ Market and Fii STOCK MARKET IS' ALONE IN ACTIVITY 4 "? Other Markets Settle Down to Await Dominating Developments ? Exchange Watches German ? Status I . Bp ftmart 1?. West <U> Hpcclsl Leased Wire to Th* Koa- ? nok* World-New*.) Wall Street. New Tork. Sept. II,? B Again today the only movement of H Importation in the market* wa* that .1 oa the Stock Exchange Kverywhar'e C :. also the changM. were slight- Both C In grain and cotton- market* there C waa an increasing tendency to ?#*ttle C down and await development*. C ?i>*< u la live wheal quotation* have C had ample time to measure the affect C of the new harvest wtth 1t* indicated C yield of over I00,0?0.009 bushel*. C What the grain trade has now to fig- c - tire upon 1* lite prpbabl* else of the. C season's export demand, and this will C not be .known until later In the au- c tumn q The cotton market I* In much the c name position. The rise to 2! cent* q a p...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 September 1922

1 VFT" ' v' m fourteen . ' , HOPS ENDORSE ELIMINATION OF PROMISE TO OBEY fc* ' _________ Subject of Prayer Book Revision Up For Debate? Richmond Man Urges Publicity J- r-.&rOre.. Fopt. IS.?(Dy the /.< - c.atoi 1'rtMi?Announcement of t!> -'.. lo of Vf hlehopa of the 1 : a:..:,I i :>al Church In the ,1 i-.l Stat <? on tbe proposed - .!i tbe Hook of Common jr..\.r. it..-Hiding en dorse tpent of the < .....nut.on of toe word "obey" from ? QJ- i - .j^i vow ;n the marriage cereji. :sy ut.?7'a "<TfTn nge tn the title of the <ji.:uui..oii tvi vit o ?us a feature of , y tiJa> * sessions of the triennial ' t-a:. vol. n 1 here. . 1 Tl;.:s u..a_r.ade in a report on the l>r.--c >n% uii.u _ dcji bcrutluTia which Has lesu.-a as a guide to the general fl t'.\ el.t oh. Debate ...n prayer book revision In Vh:. !. t 1 ' ' - aga mm revision were n..?<!e 1 y j..-i.i.p livi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

'vr " " ^ -f 1 ~ 1 11 . * ', 1 - | 1 1 I ? *"> ' rSS glji'1Roani)keaiortd-Xcuis ^r=l-| VOL. 40.?So. 64.. 16 PAGES TODAY BOANOKK, V A.? WEDNE8DAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 13, 1922. PR! PE T HEBE O * | SETTLEMENT REACHED ON SOME ROADS Announcement Made To President On Telephone?Exe cutiv* Delighted?Affects 35 to 40 Per Cent Of Roads Southern Roads Are Involved. \ 4 Washington, Hept. W.?(By The AMorUled 1'rwt.)?VtrI tual net t lenient of the rail strike u affect lac from M to r-? Km ui ujb ruiroaai. of (br country was announced late today by Secretary of l<abor Da via ou the basis of report* from the meeting la Chicago of the General faHcf Committee of the striking ahop crafta union*. The Secretary aaid be w*a informed that the settlement covered the Seaboard Air Line, the Southern, the Baltimore A Ohio, the Chicago and North? we*tern, and the Chicago, .Milwaukee and St. Paul. Other roada, including the Rock Island, he said, were expected to sign the agreement. Inflat...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

^ppr- . ^ I J If IB* IItwo THE CHIU I BODIES MERGED Women's Missionary Society !jj Of The Synod Of Virginia Formed By Lutheran Women Yesterday = " At i I 'M vepterday for the ptirp < ' tti'r?.iiK the three i>r..i #niwuti'i:.! the >..:jtli? eet Virginia tVorne' r Vi*'?i'*ni *> Soeiely, the Viraii a \\ < ... <* M t??lc>nary Koctc"i tr ?rvl it" II >lrteti IVnmaR'l Ml?ti'rtrv > . < > v ? r. f-TMie.l Into the ? M ? i ii.t f y S'-cl'-lv of the Synn<j of \ t'K.ni.t The meeting wna he'd I'-ert ocn i?t tlif Virginia Meial:ie I Mtli'r.m i"htirch. lirert.'ii* t" the new org a n I lit t (on were offered f.y j.r. in I rit ti t Luthrr til ffklla V titf 'ho *r? # rar r Ami.tt* lh"*e *? !.?? *p->k? briefly nnd In complimentary tirim of the new *'-p ? . r- ! ' l.ionberirer. of the Viral' m I'l-tgh'a Lutheran Church. Hev Jlrr.r ,\ t?r*iH. of Lynchburg, 7 !l?-v...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION fHiwSi 25? and 79| PMki|H Everywhere ' STATE DEATHS 1 L t- -* **. Wtlwi P. flown. Staunton, Sept. It.?Tho funeral of WatMin P. Oooch, who died eud* ; denly Rutins Friday nlyht wMli on camp near New Market.* waa held ysatcrdsv from >?* ^?'u . . >* mviiiv un wwrtb Cop iter Street. The service was con. - dueted by Dr. A. M. Kraaer, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, assisted by the Itev.~ John J. Ornvatt. Jr., rector of Trinity Episcopal Church. The following were pall-bearers: Active. Clark Worthlngton. McCtaesney tk>odall. Frank Hurry M. I?owl?. Chas. M. East. H. U Ople. Harry Burnett, A. E. Crosoy. Honorary, Dunbar Murray. Julius .Wits, i- B. K. McCeteheon, Harry Holer, K. K. Stone. J. Martin Perry, W_ 11. McFarlsnd. Re Mender. Henry Parrent. Wallace Payne. J. K. Runnels. Mose ?Walters, John Fallon. , My. Goorh had been In camp since early In the week In company with t Harry Koter. Mr. Roler stated that Mr r-eHred Pr...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

TO"* LADY DRIVERS' IP; AUTO SHOW WILL IF BE fAIRFEATURE ^ pularity Contest and Horse shoe Pitching Contest Ex. | pected to Draw Many Entrants I ' , # V An >T,,.,.ip '..-uure "f tint Oreal Itonanh* Vuir b< * liiiuita next Tue?* Say md la.tii r trito the following Friday night. a ill >" the AuUnnobWi Shu* for ladr' drivers on the Urn * Slight if the Fair. Three prise* ol 15, 115 arid ?lv hare been oftsre< ?y the Fair management undrr th< conditions that at least t?n eatriei !> ins iir for ttic contest, to Iht >oU!,| ladie* reral ring flrnt, #cc< ond ami third flaeaa In the con aa?. This contact which will b< Judged by nut-of-town men etjtirelj on tire has of alma ni( ability mii< skill In driving. turning. buckltiK th? Automobile. < tc. j The <;f-at l!<>?rnkr Fsir In a brlcl .tuimli'r of yf?r? has itrowu -from a Atrugglmg 111 ftent t...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

FINE PLAYING OF EXCELLENT DRAMA, / The Man Who Came Back" Proves Highly Popular With ' Roanokers Who Saw It 1 i Generally apehklng. the public la ?on?latently lnconalatent?In no other i war la It eonaiatent. In Roanoke i there la one point of depirtnre from tha rule: Amuaement aeekere here < ?re certainly coaaiatent In mlaalns 1 Rood play a. , . If there h??t - m~J" ' . nii/ way w im* preaa enough people Just what wm ' l? be eeen and heard In "The Uu ! who Came Back." aa played at the .Academy of Mualc laat night. there j la little doubt standing room would | have been aold. Aa It wai, a fair put* j turn of the regulara waa on hand; t nothing like the offering deserved. To begin with, the drama Is a. Brm|y production. That la a guarantee* to the Initiated. Further, It Is worthy of such managerial talent aa i C he or any other can giro it. 1 "The Man Who Came Back" In , story, perhaps Is familiar to" many readers. It la from n?? w.irlr? of tha ?same name by John Fleming Wi...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

O ,MXir, . t ' ' """ roitor tnt-'pa* ^ ^ lfrtertH^P-tnwwit i.^u.aus '.OwiijiiltiiWw >11 asa'tw o| nswi '.?*r pv|t>4cstK? ikeaM tw *?4? ?Md I* the dMertal rttmrttrx u. 40 ?ub:?;U pertainit >!> 1?l!Qy f*? sdvrrttwga wtaoiHii ^S*^'i*" * u*t (hi . y i? yll ? srw atfrtreaa. | \ TrtK iionvk mill. ; ' 'TlM'MMl bill, as lilies emerged I Ufa ronf (fence. (lw>vi that tlie *j.! Senate might just about as well 'hfevfir liave considered it. The Mc Nary ffttlaolatloij provision and the summons proTlslon for paying the bonus out of the Interest on allied 'debts have bean eliminated and the 7 measure la in a fair wajr of reaching U?* President's desk without J I any "provision for raising the money qui of which to give able-bodied exwrvicp men the proposed addition pal compensation. : f This omission of provision for training the bonus money is a matliar of no small Importance. If the PSenate swallows the bill a*-It now j*Stands, It wifl be put...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

SIi?e lui (Published In | The Short Story Jr. PLA.YINO ITATl'ARY "It'g too hot to play." pouted Henrietta. "You always think It's too hot." retorted Cecils. "Thafe because rod haven't been here lonf. Why, this Is cool (or India." . "Well, 1*11 juet die If it seta hotter." declared Henrlette. "Let's atop talklns and-do somethins," out In Rylvla. another of the alrla who betonsed to the bunch of Kngllah girls whoae fathers were stationed in India. They were hav Ins h ISArfy at Colonel Dunn's house. "Statuary's fun." suggested CaclU. "We're loo big to play that," protested Rose. "Ob. come on. You're not a lady yet. I'll be 'It'. Sylvia can help me. we'll swing, everybody around and > you're supposed to fell In a graceful position and remain perfectly nui until we choose the 'prettiest statue. Let's start," _ : K6 one hid t better Idea. *a the game of "etatuery" was decided uponMoon the lawn In front of the col[ onel'a hnuw wan decorated with etatucs: of dancing nympha and re...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

T~ HIOHT B SOCIAL AND MRS J. W SHI r* -B - " " * I Office Honrs: 9 to 10 A. M Ph( H4I K-I H.MT H iPTHEM * |C|r h?; p n?N? n??* is * tamp too frail To eparhlt In j>rnil<*? of el**. ? .It* taper .'f )?> *? tiny-pale Tou ii:iv th t ^ t lr?r maybe. But mtr>? I* th* isl?i!nc?i the dark ?"dt hid Leal SiiJ fi? :t: ih? lauirhlnir blue, h- The rapture . ; frrti atid rn o * ? and nuu'til tVJ.rrr .? beam touches the L dee And mine Is the luise of the evening trance When the ardor* of ?<in*et die. * w n * n *- # i ar -K n . K a i irieii n :? riivrr dance An<! pur " 'Sir purpltnir eky. ? Wharton r*tork, .n The L>r.c West. I'or !||? < hrlstlnr Mi)drr >!:< ? CSirlrtlne SnyUt r. who will be one ol tlm tMtober 11ri<1 < * Is beinc entertained th# afti rno< n by Mr#. O. R. ?sPfcafli.tr ,ai .a. itm yw . I #how?r. Ttu hoUM' decttranlotis ATe heart rom * and the a...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

EIGHT-HOUR LAW IN SWEDEN STILL A BIG EXPERIMENT fcicr eased Productivity Prom- ] i?ed By Backers Of Measure Has Not Developed is employers' ' ' Oonteotion Stockholm. Aug. 25? (By Hall.)? The clsht-hour law haa been In fore In Sweden for two yccra and a half, and It la atlll a hone of contention between employers and laborers. ?a?lefem Klitl It. The Industrial employers' oraanlsalions have fought the law frpastbe first, and are still opposed to It. They declare the Increased productivity, promised by the iMtckers of the bill as a compensation for shorter hours. ? laivmj inn tnt MltM has m< imt tha Iota of time and money. and that a lame numUr of workman hava espreased a daalr# for longer hours. /. Tha Wood Pulp Manufacturers' Association avara that tn many rasas production has boon malntaln?dot?4y by incraaslna tha- numbar of (? ployaaa. or by buying coativ lalmr saving iiiai-ninsry, Labor interests call thaaa r sport a prejudiced. Thay say It Is not fair to oompgre prssan...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

|Tf3r f PROBE FOR PRISON [| FARM !S INDICATED I President Cf Prisoners' Relief Society Will Testify Under Certain Terms ' 111 i.l'fi I'.l-' t!. >1 \ > MMi, : V. - i: K St ? ? Iris.uirr*' t ) * f > ' ^ . a* ill t p.*. Kl tlf\ |.i n>\.->1 Ivat lac ! < ,. i ' < ! t. rni.1,1 I ?if \ . rcitilu State IVnlte* i Kl. hilifind. J ? ??. . r i-- ' hi iHtmt nave* E a ineiil < r It.; nut lip. fure i . ;r?u|i ?>f tfrie-i - a-1 :ir.il p-n{ i.. whitei *m>ti t ...? ;i v. dc? I i I ' Ml. 1> i i ? k apn -liaiReil f: .1-- r ' the VtrIt:: S I l t p. . . - - 11:1 :i i V . the j.r - ; ' .i t? I u nils v .. - : I nvora Pnl.ttr rfi'1'!'. t ; . t- r T: in1 1- . ) , p-oh. of ; : . Kit .11.1 . ? .- |..-i ; lit M t -the I.lie i . ..t. \ eiT? > rru * *'?! >. h t Hient revuel v .i.-h 1 n in the ' I r l t : u J J? ti.i. n. IflM ' u ' .i r? '* it i t .- '.itfel. Kny- ' mt'l :...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

a \ : TIMES AND t THl WORLD NEWS ClWU ntM 70 llM iWlMil ??Ni I* IM Uae. ? ?! ? Will Ml per Uoh: AS elMelfl-d ilmMai Mrktly rak to toMM Wto retee to looclena atf rfOtof m application Cm* mm MNWuf all t*M MWl. MtoMWtretloM aol pcraMUwl. ^jlje^jjlirof Miti Maek-faea0 t/p* AM MtirtlMMiuW mutt mtktW iHtotolM etc* to l ao ?. M. for PWMiUW M?l ta(ruin?; IttwdlM r 9 rvonz jiic. ~ . i i . A THOUGHT FOR TODAY Th* more aalee you ox' _ poee youraalf to. the more ,r ' - aalea you will make. The opportunity 1> open to you erery dey in the yeer, thru the "FOR SALS ADS" B<: . I 1 AUTOMOBILES NEW NASH?Only run 4,000 mil cm at a reasonable price for qulc sale. Vj. Carriage Co. 1029 HUDaO* ?lr*aSiX. .a/vllenl mndllloi Serf a in 013 Commerce ?t .. 9 W. 1144 rOE lAI.I Pnr4 touring. ?e jood cwnd How. 431 Seventh Ave, H if. , 1120 r auto PAiirrnco AXD TOP* 117 Look Ave. rhoee 1*44. ma OAKAJtWU TOLTMIKG. newtr petalr*. II ale ai a bhrialn. Sne runnthg ooodtUei . t?e new ttv?e. Yor pri...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

I y" rwEf.vB I MANY SWIMMERS ? f ATTEMPT CHANNEL B* Lowell. Mass , Man, Twice Tried. Regarded as Most * Likely to Succeed ? Two Have Crossed If Iff Uall?r < amp. fc'l M > t.- ! Wirr to Tho Huaii - * t\ . . \ '.< ?'u|?yr|(ht. JS2S.) ) \ -i . noonling to lat-. i. tirtKhhorliood <>f ' tiraftli'iitK tit l>over u Hi i1-. . f rtiAkltnf the at tomtit L-im r?T +^-.- t- I'tinnnel '! ? - i tal of whom ?1 i. ..t> i ... rr.i > t.c failure, It In i i' 1.7 t: hav e any possible . .1t : .i .. > r ih* journey. < > < i it n who ran be i i t'-, half dozen, I* llenry >.iii ' I .i w I Mis*. TI>Ih roll* tiee t ! wilful swimmer I.a* itif.l > v . ? ? ...ii<|Uer the chap- I ?'.* a'll 1 . I i? i m succeeded yet. ' jt ! re however, one of 1 he . ?t.; v in. n who have sue. . ed. .1 .r: i In- fr rt. failed many f re a i * \ t'tti?* befor...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

SIM'S ACCIDENT1! WHL HURT BROWNS - -- - , < ??? < . American Leaders Will Come i To Orips Almost on Even Terms-?Two Oames Means a Lot Or John n. Fatter, (By Hixrlil U?mj \Vlr? to The ftoanoke World-News) (Copyright lets.) , ( X?w 1 ?rk. Hept. 13. ?Whffl the *KH* w?-r?f up'nul iv.duy and dropped lut othe cups In naveral million homaa It Is s clnrh that tha first Item In tha paper that reuglit tha ?-ye of the faua , VU tha tiewK of tieoraa. KisleFe da* rlorsbla accident. Is Is generally fails to try to 'prove that ,K?aa of una I mas oh tnjr itfm could loae a bsaa- I tall championship. , If It evsr could said true about anyone. It could ha said today about Mialer. Thd Browns are tlifhllnic In tha last .1 , trenches. Staler sdmlttedly hss beau 1 ' ' the mainstay of tha taam. Many I think Hlsler will set tha award this y-sr as tha sesaofi'J most valuable - ptaver. Moat imtinrt??? 1 ? " ? Slalon 1* the fact that Hhorteh. a .?# Itter. may have to substitute for , this...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

Business Today V- Thl? year ii.? farmers of this coun , | fry itr going I" get about a bllllor W Ul quaff, r doiiara mofe (or thell ; produii* ' ?n they received a yeai I F (*- The ' ri *ro? rr? wtll conic Hmi beat w; i a K?ln of approjtlF^'HMtely ?: i' n. and the cott-or I b (roatrn t.. ? with an Increase li I f. : frot* In. .? .. ' a lightly tnore lhar SOd.i'Of << T.h- a.- cetlmatea arc I r matin I V i' 1 |. irlnent ??( \grlcul; C b 'tare It i> . .!> thai of the lota! P.lnerea-n.l i.. ... t hrre-fourths la represented I .rr and cotton alone Oat*. *! :* :.jv. lind peaches ac5 a count if- >-t . f the remaining tnHB creaer. . - , ..-vr I.in.I. the wheat l-Kr fre*c? ? receive lie* than they did a ?.:J: .V ' .t :ia ther have *u{fered i > i. t l ot frotn low price* than \.,ie ' ? , in on.I cotton pro^ f duel' . ? :i a belter position tr?. to m: p.rl ' diminution In Income In tl ? r*. Vitus'! belt of the Soril?.c. : cop* a...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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