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

jSTr' . ~W ii (Published I "I III I ? ?.! I I Wif HMias IdHor AMUt.nl WU~U* fAIKUl UJO Details Of The $100 Award For Best Hi Student Every >*r Girl Ellffklr ? C?t Hi*?C'llf and Keep Tfcla Artlela Ker Rtltmft. Tiit detail* of the Day and Night Oaok'i On* Hundred Dollar Award for the Heat-all-round member of tha graduating elaaa are made public for the drat time today. Thd following la the letter, printed In It* entirety, containing the neceaaary qualification* The principal. Jeffereoa High School. Dear Sir: In order to promote principle* of - aelf-rel ance. perseverance. and "pueh" In the young folks of High -gchoel age.- that they may the more - ? readily cop* with the many BlUiacte* that oar the way to gacceaa and Happiness. In this lite. we. the Day and Night Bank of Roanoke. Va., offer the "Beat-all-round" member of | the graduating claaa of Jefferson High School, th? sum of On* HunUrcd Dollar*, aa a roward (or hi* or h*r accotnpl itimrnt* and an encouragement or aimll...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 September 1922

peepv mm n f Off HOP?II abwp rsmocratic Candidate Greet-: cd By Nearly A Thousand Persons ;'t> ? B Bristol Va -T xi:i . Sept. U."> ? George i'eeiy. I>? mncratir canRMdate for ("ongr s> in tlx1 Nuith Vlrg nla dimi>t. today invaded j Abingdon, the homo town of bis Republican opponent and earned 'of! first honor* by having an audience Of about l.bwO persons. There were about 17." persons at a Hepublican meeting hold at the same time. The petnon at to meeting in the Opera House was addressed by Mr. Peery and John \V. Flauftgan. John IL. Hassinger. I.. 1\ > a miners and B. A.Anderson spoke at the Republican rally in the courts bouse. The Opera House was packed to capacity. Mr. i'eerv spoke for forlv-flve nlnntM r?lu'in> i? .i? tail the planks in his platform. M?.Hassinger spoke for about five min-1 utea. IWinocrat* rioinl / -v Mr. riannMBan. attorney of ClintWood. took each profession unit cluss uch In lis turn ...

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

I CATCHERS A?F BIG l I BASEBALL ASSO j B B Schang and Snyder Veterans ! B Who Will Dominate In 1 B World Series?Yank B Man Better. ? (By J*ka ?. KoiUr) f (Br lp?clal LruMl Wire to The Hn?- > H nuk* World New*. Copyrfcht, l?iz> , H New Tork. Sept. !1?The better the jj I eatrhrr the areater the chance any I baaeball ,team baa to win a. world aerlea. ThU la an aalora In the na- > tloaal came that la no true that It J H proven Itaelf. Th? catcher- la not the B moat^ Important player In the aerlea. ? " ? >n? aecond moat Important , on Ihf field. The rnoat Important la . Ih* Pitcher. In a abort MtlA |h? 4 pitcher etanda out eupertor to all oilier plarrri. H On the dope tin to today Ihe beat catcher* of the two Xaw York tcama _ are Fchanp for tha Yankeea anil I Snjrder for the Mlnnta Hecauae both I of th?m caught -In tha world aarlei I of l?tl. opportunity la available <0; I, day for direct pmtipirtaon. Snyder worked In men wnrlda aerl...

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

i (my marriag I Adele Garrison' I Revelation CjpTrtrfct. IMS. by N*wai I Why Does Allen Drab* I I | <Ti;r.l' %..! something r.ltout the H 1 bo-ore ;cure the ir.in Smith a* a [) , pmtUvcn took lilir ?! ? tJ" 'is >? which made me fee! a? t Po.?> 1 ?*U* bad suddenly p. er | )|e C"u 1 '.iK. 1 mtv ?V>rt. 'huffllng etrp* i . i ji;v o' manner in which H Allen 1 Take ,.} .J:r. ted that he be Rtf-' tied, bu- i i ' those etep* rugpiled fTf wmul.-volent anlm.il strt.nlr,- :-.t t; ' .at. Tbnt tho men with h ? r. i. v e f 1M? ntlltude 1 firr'-T : ?- tie tight they kept vf either a-*:- ' s t'.-y d 'appeared Inirt ti ^ i u.- hi. , ; c.i . e .in involuntary Iriurp -? I [ r rr?t-ik < f the brs.ith. anil I.llli.m p ji hi r lr.r.d over mine reasi surir.jrh "He's ? me ten rat. all rijrht." she # whispered. when the I'lo^inc of Ihe library J *.r t. I u? that Smith ?n? safely out of hear nc "ll'Jt Allen will clip his ilaw.? p. Ii.pnt. 1 fanpy. Here t...

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

Read the "B i t T HE WORLD NEWS iKtM ad* art Mint ralaa ?? II 6 worda to Ik* I to* OMptll 'ItMinmt Mr pot tncO All dMrtlM artrrrKatna Itftfi ?fc ?o art*toe* IimcUI mU ntn to loei-tviB or - nt?r? ID application CMk out Mcrawu oil out o .??? ordtrt Mtodaaal Hen (loot not permitted Mo cut* a* kaavy black faced ltv foHM All a<JTfrit?c?j~tit? bum mut tb* ou?in??? offWa by ?:30 p a ft* publication next morula*. Saturday w I a PHONE SMS 1 : . , ~ A THOUGHT i FOR TODAY iiargains and business opportunities flock to the classified page just as naturally an the magnet points to the North Pole. 1 J V i AUT?>M>BI?.KS EVKKPaMKNOEH CHAJnU-ER. Hoard itr, A 1 MC-h.aical condition cheap F1 O. Dqttun, ?ni BottldraTd. 'em Va , IBM rOR 9AU OR EXCH A NOB?Hi udebaker ruMiltr rxrellent condition A'ill aril or errhahra tor lot or other property Bo* ?U 17A7 7-PAMENOKE HCDSO*. rood ahmpa. BU b.rrala al $600. M; IT. Tamer 41tf Hlrtlind Are. . 7007 ROR BALE?Old Ch aimer. Automob...

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

jp '' - * I BBf I -I- The Investor | K CkM Ttk*rf? l?>MH %rr Anion* tkr H ln*l u* t r Inl? Hblrk >?n rrtwal H Tt>r Urllrr n?**r*lluaa for B I * I? rr?lfj In* Imrilmrala ? H Vnlnlniii] iiivi atora who examine r?-- *11* ti?i inr. sr-eei or a moarro com pany to Irani ?hat is back of Ita ?curl tic- prooablv will be disturbed to find how smalt a part of the total mt tlirta h r pr? -ented hy plant In fi'"Vrttnifh!. That item In any railroads ir utility'* halancr ?hrrt flguri? large .. id InJird, In that of most Industr.als Wit^i a tobadro B.V concern bow-v.-r. Inientorlea and |?' Intarnrlb'es . fl-n nr? rarrlrd at vulUfa much hii-h. r than real estate and machinery. In Liggett & Myer'n 1921 rrport. fo'r example. the plant. Invrat. Itient repres.nted II K.Sna.000 or only onr-t\fib of the total current ^saeta. I'.. Intangible* such a? brands. tradeR~ " ' nurlii. and g?nd will. <>n the other j hand. were set down at HO.TOO.OO...

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

' r Market and F IP sum m\ UNPAID JF WAR Sterling Goes Lower In Ordinary Transactions?Bears "Capitalizing Near Cast Tangle. X ?eUl T :t?cd Wl-e to The noaka WorU-NVwi. Copyright. lltZD Wt.l 8lrr?t, N*w York, H'pt. ill* vliitiK i. ovi-imnt .it today a ?lvck m?rK i *.<? not an eipivtuun uf genuine concern ovei 1-a. open it politic*. tUlner, It Indicated thai the iuik.uh n??i wm Uwing exploited .Willi lotiir ii'dirntc u.gre* of luccena oy pi of*aa.uh<tl trao-i*. work.mt lc pet price Jom.. The eat rmioi tor KurUiiiit the eelln* e* ot no sre-.it unporlainu. waa lliat tn?r> wu no evidence of a real . war a. are n any of. the other .nitrketa.' - - - _ * bU-fllna TC hwntrr^did cume down to th- lo*. l.auiri of ten dujra ago, .Ut the drop vm tolly expa.ned on '.oinmcr'-ial crin t.< 1 * -an increase tn he aupplv ot oratta drawn axainat tonsil* S. pun'Mn-i if American grmn and cotton. jih aa commonly occura St thia aenaon. The other ev h.tnpi-a. wish ...

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

ftOURTEKN LADDIE m IS 1 | MORE THAN PAL , Im MUtNl! * o a Perches Himself on Oueit n Chair In Harding's Private " Office While the Chief Executive Is At Work. c ft Washington. Sept. ?(Djr the In- J' ternatlonal Now* Service.)?"Laddie , Boy." President Harding's pet Aire- " dale. !? more than Just u pal In lets- c ure h<>ui*. "I.addle Hoy" la after a (ashlon Hie President's confidant. Kv- s erv in<>r;<lng. when the I'resldcnt leave*, the mansion proper for the executive olflrr*. "Laddie Bojr" { ratines beside lilm nnd rocs with the t President into his private office and c perches hlin*?'lf quietly on one of M the yur*t chairs hralde the (treat ma- t hocatiy table at which the President r it* . ' V "Laddie Boy" ? retains Ihl* perch v onmriliiiin more than an hour, jump- a iiik down and scampering out Into h the garden* behind the White House f< only when the Incur arrives for the o President's hr*t caller, which la uau...

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

GREEK GOVE TOPSY-l ABDICAT ULTIMATUM SENT' GMHENT BY RFVOITINC TBIWPC "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" M CTf f \ M s~\ U SV WEATHER FORECAST 1 I issH tElje Auianokf iliono-.Ncu>s ~s=.--=J | VOL. 40?Xo. 76. 18 PAGES TODAY BQANOKE, V A ? WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, 8E PT EMBER 27, 1 922. ^ P B I C B T B B18 Ot H T 8 _ BELIEVE TU NOT ACCEP1 _ < CLASH AT CHANAK WAS I PREVENTED BY RADIO Both Sides Continue Feverish ! Preparations For Fight Along Dardanelles?American Naval Officer's Reported Movement Not Understood At Washington?U. S. Not to Participate in Warlike Acts. t'eastantlnople, Scpl. 87.? (By The AMoflaled hm.)It to unofficially forecast that the Kemallst reply to the allied peace note condition* Is anarerptable to the Allies, la that the Nationalists laaist upon the aae of the Htraits for ?. transporting troops to Thrace before the beginning of the peace conference. (lash Averted. > Constantinople, Sept. ST.?(By t The Associated Press.)?A wireless message sent to C...

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

TWO RETURNS 10 FIND i I?A mH \t WORST Pr ALL J JgP Bat Scenery of the Old Domin- ! ion Is Unsurpassed, Says J. C. Cassell. I ?? W; Erth i?la Mr ovrr tha nodilc bi >uB tjr of Vlrj.iiA as romrarrd with that t of ?nv olli'r Sl?l? tn th** t'tilon, Mr. and Mn< ,'in n C. Caaaall. of this City. rrtuf-l fh?m a motor trip i from X.irla IV I'J way of Can* RSI1 adn Tl ? v. '?t r><a<t? anrouirtarad. said Mr I.'.n-'. ??rr aftrr tll? Vlrffln'ai lis r war r< jrhrd on the r?[ turn Joorr ?v Tr#\rllrc ihrnush twalvr State*, In addlNcn ''aruidn. Mr. (*ai<*el| t aalfl that t !?* ?rlp. which took thraa week* would I.nc lik'n inontha If all of lira ro.nl* rnrotjritarcd had hr.n i? i i i i? h in Virginia. On tha har hai d .-""the Virginia ?c?nir> w.na .i,v ri :? ??? < 1 Mr. Ca?*>1 an. " thru i' ..i : nf tha 3.500 mi|?.? -1 ?'n i? inl? n Viry nia w-i.ra anperior * to" any > r r,ir w th t...

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

??? > * ' ? ' 4 *' ] : > r . f G.G.G. Clothes * Were worn T1 By Wallace Reid Francis X. Bushman , and Benny Leonard, , C*nf3 = ~ "T^rNew York's . . : - J v Style Show ' TtaWas C j -Held at > man ^ Madison Square ever Garden musi ' I Last Week. ( s These Models . * -r* . v discr Are Here in Your j_ KM UUUy Town. facto >. 1 It Will Be Our j . B Pleasure . New I To Show You. your n I who |j I prof< .1 are ( I I unlit ' k. cost . , pure -J'.; /A * -vrf THE ROANOKE WORLD-NEWS, ROANOKE, VA.. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, -ii~ " i I ? ? -; ,.<CV. - - /vv; tyle Is the I of Oualit Model?"Th? MECCA* Model-ThenrREMONT" lis Is the Age of Well Dr< Keeping Abreast With the This firm has enjoyed a reputation for over t ring the best in Men's Clothing. Eft do nflt prnap.iit C..C.C.. c Second?^ lies on the strength of our G. Clothes ha reputation. Their Trade- , their shape to c is your guarantee of work- is hand tail< sh...

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

Kr^jWUB_ ^ mSowiir i LEADING GOLFERS I vm followers Predict Reveria] I Before Finals?Mrs. Fettle i. ner Comes Back Strong At Greenbrier. if J nt Br u. ii. Muni*. KS ?(By 81 iial l?r??e.: Wire io the lio*J iilioke World-New* Copyright. itll.) i| ill Whit* Sulphur Springe. Writ V*.. I llfeipt. 17.? It ?*? like old tlmei la ? . . ,N u ..II c ,11 f c r * if yiifi tin Fe.tner and MUi ' Jdarlot, )i' . ' * fluhtinr out a mutch 'wn x ratlon.ti golf championship. One , MIom not h.iv* to ro vcry far back mrmbet when Mri FeTtticr. who J"Waa Miss l.tlian Hyde, going Into a Jmommi a championship as a strong '"favorite hut s<>mehcu? always {ail. faff to make tfiV grade. ,J Six times she w< n ilia Metropolitan Itla ittul fU e times shy annexed ,.fhe Faim liram championship, but It always wr.is l.?r luck to lull In thia i-vent. Y<st?rdu> -he slu'Wid a.ens ' ,?f turning to her old form. Het victory tti dean cut and derisive -but In Jus:. t.j Mis...

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

I REPUBLICANS FAIL : I | TO MM HIT 1 Resentment fn The Ninth &ei . t cause Of Statements Made [ I By Q. 0. P. Speakers I I Bristol. Sept. H.?Much pnA <Mp r?MDts?nt is belno *I pr????4 over the . Ninth VlrI Viol* district over statements I that hove been mod# by Republican ZZZ1,77'7 * V"l,7 m support 01 imir candidate for Congress. Many of utterances, seem to have been Kaooly calculated to offend certain . oupn of the electorate. Thrusts , ve beea taken at the farmhra. the Mooring men and at the veterans of the World Wat Theae ahota have been expressed In subtle, veiled sen* 1cV.-?ft?" bMt thelr Inference la aet difficult to understand. . "*'|?? main trouble with the Republicans this year, la that everything they say 1*. >mes a boomerang. as id a prominent Washington 1 Count* farmer yesterday. "Never 1 was there a flma when they war# I barf - prr?a*d for. logical argument- ! They apeak of the tariff and uneon- 1 sciously their hearers put their hands...

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

i r l|Tbt Roanoke World-News (Hitiiib*l |M? I JtOAAOJUL VA. E,iNMiabrd Irn D?y Except Suodar --WV? | VD1KS WO?U) CORWHATIOM. Tlaaro WulKUM louoU, V? I ri?HBURjT~8?tof. BSSSan of V hlUKerr Aaaoelattoo iMkn Kmptia Publlatwra' Aaaodaliuo Tb? Aarociairl Prraa AaJ't WBMQ of Oreulallo* I Th# Aaauv-utrd rrcaa M eaclualraly an Bw to ItM un for republication of all Wvuutm croiltrt to II or doi |^pr*lN rmflun In thta paper an.l alao BF""""ro5Krt.N R& RESENT ATI VK ftllirt A htw. Ioo__ New Torn aod Chicago fctterad M* Poetofflee at Roanoke. Vtrgtnli. m Iwni') Clui Mall Matter *-* SATED TN ADVANCE 1* erota wren parable to carrier, f .- E4CA per rear pirab<e at the office nr mail EHr. ooe rear S.I 00 Daily, atx tnoolbe H^O Dally, three tnontha f 1.60 Vail J. one monlb fOJVO T~ TELEPHONES a. During tbe Dae ill Calla S14? & At Nijbt J, 6 :tO l' M. to 6.SO A. M. Eaeinrae Office 8141! glttoriil Deparimtnt 3144 Caaaaunlcatioae and all maticra ot newt tar publication...

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

' m, ??| Whjt (Published b; SdlUar*' AucUtaol J WILLIAM PABRA LLOT t-ducational Thrift In The City Schools * Jwlwr WarM-iltm MmsIImmI \ Thrift lllllll. The idaatlontl thrift, service Is h?> Inc established la tha school* of R<>?nok? for the set* purpose of teachlag bora and si Ma to save their pennies. Aar amount mar be .placed in thla bank and averr Tuesday la "Bank Day" In the schools. A large malotlty >f the schools have entered and deposits are being mads right along. A summary has beaa gotten up,, showing what percentage and deposits each school baa mads. Jefferson High has not mads Its full report dui to unsettled condition on tha last "Bank Day." Tha summary la as follows: ? School. * Enrollment. Deposits West End 415 117 Crystal Spring Ill M Melrose 700 f|4 Commerce Ml 111 Otlmer .. 4M 111 Monroe Ill Ml Jamison 107 104 Relmont * 717 III virathu Heights IM M . Jefferson High 100 10 | Night School, whoi* enrollment la 3I(, banked (or...

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

Kl(un I SOCIAL AN[ | MRS J. W SH 9 Office Hoars: 9 to 10 A. M Pt ^ t>t?< C^nw*ot (mimphIuiu. mine, for choice, t Sn itch" of the dulcet voice [ Wfea dtroii round* *nd.*te'-? with m? lknr<iiivhlk art ni-a vv ll h m r ? . Ijld though she tnkee the final word, HBF ladii * will, I've never heard iter claim undue priority Or prate without authority. ' Agnong the hills the pleasant minx [vBBeervcs a custom which, methlnka, - All flappers st.ould he broken to? Me only speaks when spoken to. ?Life. Mrs. trurir V? l.ear fJlves DrlilgeLesrkrea. Itri Uooritr Van Lear (rave a beautifully appointed nuctlon-brldgo luncheon today complimentary to Mrs. i. A. Gorlum and to Mrs. Percy Taylor. - who has recently come here to Ilea. ' The guests were Invited for 11 a. M. ai.d the luncheon was served attar tkr tunc. Other Eeltrlslamrsts Today. Among the entertainments today ara lome that are being given for three brldvs of nost .week. One la an entertainment thla afternoo...

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

IppUFf MAN ISM I IHJ.IQUOR CAR Auto Upsets Neer Slate Hill Tunnel?One (Occupant Eludes Officers Chrlattanaburf. bIpt. X??Ercrett Motoa was Inetaiily killed last right In an auto /aoddent on tho north fork ot iUantka rlvar tp Montgomery coon v. The accident occurred pear Blah Hill tunnel According to tub aathorltlec here the car urea be'nf driven by Lewie Joaee. while, of Illg HIM. Roanoke Coaety. ui the lute hoaides Mom*. were Beatrice dd Florence Buckrnm. of Kllietof It waa nine re- < ported that a Juelg nutem of whla- j key waa In the kar which upeet and , planed Moaea uMemeath. Jonea la aeenjed by tho authorltlas I horo of hiding the Illicit liquor In i tho weeda nee/ the rood before occur lug aid* Jifea dtaappeered after the accident o'd hae not yet been apprehended. Warranto have bean ' noeu' 1 for mmelnughtar and vlotatIng the Uquorflpwe. Jones la te appear In Corporation court op another liquor charge,' It waa reported today.' The two glf a who are- not related to ...

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

I TEN I HIGH SCHOOLS ALL I SHOWING ADVANCE I Improvement In Education In I Virginia In 1922-1923 I Session Encouraging Rlchtn nd. * pt Kacept !n the F Blatter f teachers' salaries and the per capita e\j .i.dlture fitr Instruction. the lmfT' % mint In the high school* "f Virginia during |he session X f?S 1 was encouraging'. says Henry O Kill* supervisor ot skrondI' sry education In n report to lKirrls Hsrt. S'nte Superintendent of rVlbllc Instruction. The report states. N Siinilanla Kstabllahrd. "The large Increase in the number t>f standard I ar-yeir hitch school sas the most significant feature of the year's progress. This Increase was aecompllslu d with practically | no Increase In the total number of I S' hoot.- offering n fh school wor's. and. therefore. with a correspondln< decrease In the number of unatanuj ardisnl high schools, it 's CMiirylm } to note t. at the rcuia'.iMr.R unstandstdlred s l.<-o> sh .* n keen appre[ cia'ion ot ta-...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 September 1922

-4" S 1 HIM III II I I III I BOSTON RED SOX HOU) PALM FOR BASEBALL HONOR Only Club That Has Won the World Series Four Times And Oat of Three to Take It Twice is Saccceeion. Jf#w York. 8rpt. ST.?ftlnra !? ?. f|M Ik* former National Baseball OMMVaUalon *! created, a poat-aea*M aerie* baa bee a held between the . tHM which won the MawplonPhip* of t t*lr reapectiv* leanMt result I n? In |l victories for tb* American and aavan far ska National, SrSethar thla WerM'i Aerie* MP reMir fimliit a better brand of bar*5? old etava Laana with facta dna from tb* raaard baaba to preva and dla> prov* tb* name aortwie?and. * tatmar VlM^iPiaaldant "tota^ nar* > abali ***d to *ar. "with tba aam? ra>?lt and pp aaMaltl**." Jimtm Sad boa Perot*. fantastic** It appear* la print! i" ?<*?On Red Hjx^rlvala of All who - figeeus .avat Ji; {.t?? in .#. wim oIamIc that ba** .Won 11 Hwi tw umiUta And mora fantastic. a* It aaama to tha rana of hire^y Town," tha Phlladalph...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 27 September 1922

HP* ' ' '* 5fT,,WT' ^TVKLVB PlIBOUE EXHIBITS [ f AT STATE FAIR Greatest Industrial And Agris' V cultural Exposition Is ! Planned In Richmond I r.i.lr Se; r* ? (Special)? V7ie ;.!jy 1 riaI and aKriculiturnl i i; ?\rry sluiced la thl* ' cll'it. of :'if * 114 n t r y *IU be held |V?<S r I'- i.l .1 i<* hero !n conjunctlon * h in' St.ilo Kajr. October 2 In ; . \v . - fn.in every section 1' ?' 'ijuiifv valued at more then !J.< -i oou :<r 1 mverlnic ISC,000 r?iunfi' feet. ? Jfi, :ul? d?cl?re the | eh.nv ?.?t a 'ifirrt for fair atj tenia1. ? .ii.il exhibits. FVatur the Kord?on tractor. th?-rv wli; 11 <1.ii!y d? rncnotration* of Vuch * c r c ultural equipment a* tump : -..!Vr?. plow* mo*rr?, manIn- * > . > r?. thf "asher*. uraln m!-. r.- .rrj ami hay baler; a* ml! a* saw m.l:? concrete mixer*, elerr!' 1. 1 st*. Tractor train* that fun on rai.s at .1 hundred* of other J mp!< ? !: industrial ami ngri? tiltu...

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