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

4 I Your 1 u ' _' * I ( FREE! FRI K TOMORROW Ill 100 Useful Household Articles Inc ll| Sise 5-String Broonto and Alumix I Pans, Will Be Given Away Ab I FREE! Hi To the first 100 Ladles or (tantieme ||j Store Tomorrow Morninf, September 28, a ||| You Must Be At Door When A |3| The above FBEE presents are not o II! but useful Household Articles. Somethi | one will appreciate. YOU'LL BE GLAD . BE OH HANG! || -h -fc. - ?_ LOOK! LOOK!?HIGH GRADE DI GIVE AWXY HERE ABE SOME NEVER BEFO MAHOGANY DININl Regular $290 10-piece Mahogany Di Buffet, China Pre?, Round Dining Table, Ei Leather Seat Side Chain and one Host Chi Anne design, 10-piece Suite Complete, Sale WALNUT DINING Regular $325.00 10-piece American $ Buffet, China Pre?, Enclosed Serving Table, ing Table, 5 Leather Seat Side Chaii? and or Design. 10-Piece Suite Complete, Sale Price ... EXTRA! ( HERE 18 A RE A Regular $350 10-pieoe Brown Mahog 60-inch Buffet, beautiful Oblong Round cor Pre?. 5 Leather Real RiH? (Thaira n/4 mm 1 Queen ...

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

I FOURTEEN .. i ' n i I (my marriac Adde Garrisor I Revelation o^ntM. no. kr n*m I The Scene Allen Dr I?1 V ;~N- Allm Irmkn. with all his STH J* r?-r*n-^ <J"?a rot <tt?p*jts Untax ut-m tier tons holds the flnaJitj uhlrt -we hoaxd la tt li she sssertet - ' imt I ?v ['tn| Into the llhnsry witl the ma of them. ThiU he was rurfou: H I fririe\l. hert Mi ?mwir was Icily hv <JlfTerr?*U * Ae you wish." he said curtly. TT*r he t-jrw-l And walked down the stain waiting fur the re*t of OA Mj (..'.he- foil -wtJ with a troubled look ml H rv a-vf 1 knew that he had read a H| ?-:b- ? h*nt <-f danger for me In Allei H -rake's demur at my prearnca. r-Bui M i.'lap r her ' P? to my car ant eh ?pore-l ;i<-cftilly: "T. afs < r>e f.r Varna's darling pet .? e<t i-r. t he biting the atmosphere!" ' c-ui *."t. suppress a chuckle at the H chhra. r c-r.ration, though I was panicH e'ruk-n ' Var Mr. Wake had heard H l.yt ;f 1...

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

. , /' . CLASSIFIED THE WORLD NEWS ?~ n* rtuf T? 110* ?o?otta? word* to th* Um Dtopiay ililtid Mi Mt iMk. Ill claa*tn?d odvottMai M to odaanoo I pacta) eaab rot** to lonc-Uno 00rrrttorro to apoUcottoo tub aiuat mcoww all ool-ol toon order* kkaata**lS?*ttooo^oo? parmlttod. |to rut* or boar? ,0U?* lacod ton MaltM A>l ad*arttooiwit* ?nat m?b it* hnttnOM ofllca bf >30 *. . 10* pOkHcatlPo not aaorotac: Saturday* by > p m . . * ? phone sua. ' ? " >f ! : r \ . A THOUGHT FOR TODAY Tomorrow Is a poor time to take advantage of today's opportunities. If you miss reading the claaslHad ads. one day you may mlsa the opportunity you have been waiting for. jr-' AUTOMOBILES SKVgy-F4MB*OEa CHAWDUtBT* r%r. A I condition. eh*as. r. O. Oultoa. 001 Beulerartl. BsleaL V* lMt roan coitb?yw hati*r*r*. i?o n*w iim ?tth f?A. Prte* S.r::> oo fho?e HZ from H KI to S Q. m. ?800 VOa SAI.K?Chcrrolct Tourlnc ear. ran ^ only 3.000 nil-*. PrW ??SV larluOtne UJ ll...

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

I f-SIXTEEN The Investor VMk L*rlllaril ?? > ?l laser IIaa n Twla la I l|?rli A Mjrra l.laf, and Tfcfrr Ja l.llllr la I h???ae Br> I Inrra Tkuar lubarro Lraaia. Since American Tnhacco Company's j tfissoluilon ovi r t.-n year* ago, by order of the fi-iirt in compliance with the Hhe rmmi anti-iiu?t act. Lorlllard's K* poaitlon f-.a? rnrnihltd that wt L.igrr\i k M > ? r ? The two concern* n"? op.Titi-independently, but fcave fli:.mi?.| th<-iw><!vcs along lines triklnaiv eimilar A review of one company * aeountica auch as wjs undertakir. in U>i? column yesterday. | other a list Kach of l.ortllard'a bond K Issues may >r described as a twin of Liggett A. Myers corresponding obligations A oomparlaoh of Lorlllard'a drWnlurr 5*. due tn 1951. for rinmple ; with Liggnt * VM't> debenture (s. due In It'll, reveal* no Important distinction" The technical provisions of these debentures, being virtual...

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

S J-> I'M flil !. ?. . Market and F SHARP BREAK IN PRICES OF STOCKS Action of Markot Kef nrded An In Mntnro of Readjustment From Too Froe Spoon, lation. U r Stuart I*. W rat. By Special Ceased Wife to The Roanoke World-News.) Wall Street. New York. Sept. IT.? Today's stock market was considerably different from the markets of preceding days this week, l'rlor to today the market had yielded only allghtl? to speculative pressure. The resistance today was considerably poorer and the break In prices bee ante really sharpTo have explained the decline by the more warlike tone ot the morning's Constantinople dispatches would have- been the obvious thing to do. But actually, thers was still no real evidence 'h-# * ??? ? ?? iruuDivi in \nm Near Kavt were a major Infiuenod In th* market*. In thei itnia that they were probably one of the rriioni Inducing Intending buyers to hold off. they helped along professional operations for the decline In stocks end contributed to the leea favo...

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

I EIGHTEEN , ' ~ 11 1""" ^e=t=*==== TODAI'I A!?.WIfM? r ' S7S!?Harmiel . Adam*, ths famoui patriot and statesman. born ii Boston. L'.rd there, October 2 ISO. . ' 17IT?At Vlncennes. Gen. Rufus Tut nam concluded a treaty o: peace and friendahtp with thi HBj ' IrdlaUs' of the Wabaah ant Illinois tribes. 1S47 ? The Broadway Theatre. In Ne* York City, was first opened. 1894?Irish national convention It Chltsso was organised to frei Ireland! from Ureat Britain bj BJ; physical force. JY9I? Henry (Iturtf wai notnlnnln for mayor of New York City. 1*0 7? Russell A Alger was appoint ed I'ntts.i Males Senator fron MI c h i x a n jjo??Vnttsliurnh celebrated the 250tt annlififtirv of Its fntinillhv Jefferson Opens Monday Night With-Stock A Stitch In Time," Opening Play. Tli* TVruchi Stock Company which opens the Jefferson Theatre .Monday mifht, hardly ncr-ls any Introduction to those who are well Informed In the nmusement world a* the J > rue M Stock Companies have f. r r**-cgnlxe1 us ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

SIS; pje ftxratwke VOL. 40.?No. 77. 18 PAOBS TOD A 1 ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 28,192 2. P R I (! K TBRBB CENTS ???? . i????- im. I i i ... ' - I HUH MUST STOP MjpU l/riiti nnniucrc tn W.IHHL rnumioco iu mjwiY sultan's Cabinet Moves to Prevent Disorder in Constantinople?Turkish Crisis Overshadows Greek Upheaval In London Opinion?Harington Under Tremendous Responsibility?Cabinet Considers Situation. ^ Constantinople, Sept. II.?(By The Associated Press-The Turkish Nat tons lists have notified the allied high command that they will not tolerate the fortification of certain point/-. In the so-called neutral zones along the Dardanelles. Continuance of the work of fortification will be looked upon by the Kemallata aa warranting military action, their representative, Hamld Bey, Informed Ihe allied commander, Brigadier General Harinaton. The Turkish troop movements rontiniie, and yesterday for the fifth time they violated the neutral sones. taking position* In th* regions ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

Rlwpl. WOMEN'S GOLFING I BATTLE NARROWS Today's Play With All Stars Will Fix Semi-Finalists? Stirling Meets Gavin. White - .-ininK*. W. Va., Sift [S.-Itlv '! I < \ ??- . late <1 rr*M.) *-MIm Glioma Colietl. of Providence. wltmnr of the qualification medal at the National Wornen'a Golf Cl?*mph.n?h;i> Tpurnarnent here t her ??y into- tomorrow's today by defeating Mr*. Kredarlck <* l.rtt* Jr.. Chicago. 3 and J, in 11 r rhl-.j round of match 1>lay ovir tin of the Green ltrlcr Club. Mrs Oti^nfin Wlifw p <f RnutK Hhore. who had dlMlniumhod hereelf early lo th* tournament by eliminating l.i?t ytar j rlnmrlnn, Ml** Marlon lJoIMn*. win not ? i *ucce?*ful today and lot to Mr* II Arnold Jackton. clrrrtiwlch, and 4. ( Another >l Mr na? Mi** Udith Cummlrg*. of otinenteia. who defeated tlx- i.'.tnn plajrt-r,. Mr*. ll. H. I.arlow, of Philadelphia. 5 and 4. "Pit* rfin.tlt' i a no-mlo r of th* quartel Which v HI i-lay in th...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

* ' ?gss= m . =: TORPEDO PLANES d MAY CHANGE WAR . ' Experiments Off Virgin!* Capes Considered Sig^nifiI. cant By Experts?Machines Improvised. Norfolk. Vo.. Bopt. ??.?(Dr th? Auo?Ut?4 Pro**.)?Toots of torpodo pianos kold off tko Virginia Capoo yootorday * two squadrons of planoo ODarttlnr Wnm ?.? *' ? ?? ? ??? ui.jfvvu uuaui | naval base against tha Atlantic fleet marks tha beginning of a naw ara In I naval warfare and coast defensa tac- I Uca ' Experiments with heavily laden planes has demonstrated that tha improvised machines used yesterday can! fly 114 miles, half of that dieanca with 1,100 pounds additional welsht. and return to their base. UlCh officials ofL the Navy and Army air service who witnessed the mimic battle between the air squadrons and the battle fleet-are tborousltfy satisfied with the Intlaf results and declare that the test will result In the production of a perfected machine that will equal either a destroyer or submarine In destructive power. May Chans# feast D...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

fefOF IN GRi SHOOTING lernard Lam Is Held But u William Offenbacker Is Givep His Freedom liarriaburr. 8#pt. IT. ? Bernard Lam K?'.< V ? r-,r 9U+ ..Allnn ^ f tK* 2ran<1 Jury a-, ! William <5fTcnbacker laa been a ! \?n his freedom by Magatratcs Kmrr, Hriil?e? and Argen>rlght after tht?? days" hinrlng of ha eaa? of l!it nurdi-r of Albert O. Trim etid the sitiou* voundlnit of tla father. M'lt >n Orlm. ut their tome In the northeastern portion of he county on 11, * night of Augtiat l . Tl <nr two turn were taken Into Matody :l;r day following the fatal ihoottnr after the verdict of the oroner a jury Pa I implicated them la having a tart .11 the uflalr. Witleases testified * the ninglatrale'e tearing that XVlIll.tm Offenbaeker aus 111 tod at t la home at the lime >f the eh'otiec Ihircha'* of a Tevolver and carridges l*y fiertvaxd l.am shortly he nrr the fa'Kt shooting. together a-ith the fait thnt sixteen of the ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

??* I scot Daily . r*\ . - ' Resolutions For Heroic Boy Scout JTIli 11ol 1 <)wln? rtwlltlMI VtKl uuoivi in memory of Klmer Harold Smith who gave hie life la a heroic Sort to live hU mother from beta* bur"ft* 10 an accidental explosion of gaaollna which occurred at hla home 1111 Center Ave.. N. W.. on the twentP-ooooad day of Auv??t, Htl: Whereaa Ood In hla wlae providence haa taken from our Troop Ktmer Harold Smith who waa moat faithful In hla observance of all the Uoy Scout obligations. "Therefore he It resolved: Tint. That Troop II connected with the Melrose Ave. M. E. Church. Roanoke. Virginia, put on record oar deep sense of loss and sorrow In having no more bla leadevahlp among us. - * "Second. That we offer to the member a of the bereaved family our heartfelt eympathy and pray Ood tr -comfort them' In their sorrow. - Third. That these resolutions be placed upon the Troop minutes, a copy sent the family and to the Scout World-News." Troop Notes (Connected wlth^rul Fr...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

J The Roanoke World-News ' EaiabUatir) lK?t? JUiAM'Kfc VA HjnO'WAM} L?rir llaj Eautpl Sunday Eh . i.* ? TIM AS WOKI.D CXIKDUKATJUN. ** ?? # Bulldim luiaovka. V? J?" * 1?n"t'RX- """ Mcnjbn ? oi BMIni Kewtptptr fu: .laOrra A aao nation HMtwa Nf?n?r?f Puii ni* ' <wnfliUo? Vt?e A4*oci*tni l't?i Audit B .rra . i'. Circulation ^ Frraa la raclualrcl; tnBpn to IU? UM I r republication. ?t Oil ^ N dlapatcr.. ittcj to It or not an! paprr an.I also Hnlocai ot?a oubiiKOrd bcrna ^r?~iKnr,N" RE I'K ERE NT ATI VK HjMJckAbiiii luc? N<w Vrxk mhJ Chicaco ^BEtrrtO at l'r.|ii.Hu? at Koanokr. Vlrftnla. aa Sanoo-! fljtt Mail Mailer Si" KATIIS IN~ ADVA NCR K <*n:a i>cr ?eta paxabta u> timrr, Ir f?.? iti ???^ ? DT MAIL mlly, on# ?mr 15 OO m lu> ritbf 93.&0 fkll/. Ibrre iuot Lb# IliO l-|fciUy. orr PhMi.H ?OJSO f "fkUEl'ilOSBS A V .niiff the D*t Jftti C?:i. 314= F?- At >'i?hi [1; 6 rui l> W. to (t CD A. M. lip...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

-1 r ?!? Ku (Published b; fclk ir: - ihuiiit i wutxam pakub. lu>t ?a#sr== Fate Of Tennis T4m Is To Be t vcviucu i umurrow The> proposed taenia team for HI 5!'*?* ? In tho balance at a .WMtlaiol tha Athletic Aaioclitlon tomorrow. It will then be either f}?^ t?.an official leval and glvtn ?h# bwkinr of the association or eoroplaiely dropped for another-term. ] romo are are inclined to take the "Ptlmttio view, because man? of the influenzal members of the board are Jntareiiea m the venture. The movement toward the oraanlaatioqr Of this new branch ?*T athleUCS* ttarted about two weeks a so and atput forty men have slyned up an delirious of trytitgr out for the The eervlces of Dr. W. U Town aa advisor and poaclt protein. lave been obtained end it la witlll. Out the team. If made a reality by the board, will profit much by his experience and advice. As jracticslly nil the men of the fftrillf* nlsV m MMilUal.la mma nae.nl. help uid Influence ia expected from that naru...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

p * . x * fe I^jfclDHT li FOR PRINCE TO KEEP OUT OF f PUBLIC INTEREST future Policy of Northcliffe >apers Creates Speculation. American Writer Gets Publicity. London. Sept. :*?(By International Keyra Irrvlci- l?The I'rinoe of Waits lad hit private nffnira lust can't keep Mb ( London print*. The Prince's desire for a complete rest upon his return from India M4 hie refusal to appear frequently ji publlo caused a lull In the rumor* mmeerning his affairs de roeur for a tjdle, but once again the London press Is busy with most carefully phrased Intimations of another possible romance. It If pointed out that the Prince luus accepted an Invitation to be the Beat of the Luke and Duchees of tberland at Dunrobln during the Shooting season. There - is nothing exciting about 'Thai, of course, but Immediately following this statement the careful London press points out that Lady Betty Butler will also be a bouse guest of the Duke and Duchess ?f Sutherland. Then follows a trlbate to Lad...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

Bfr t TEN - ' j W SOCIAL AND MRS. J. W. SH] I Office Hoars: 9 to 10 A. M. Pi .UTKIINOOX SO.\G. Ok Sine unto th? I>ord a new tone; Bine unto the UirJ. ail the earth." P Through grtm cool water*. fernringed under tree*. Are Mill and calm, freighted with lillee white And pleasant hud*, to perfume and deli glit The warm, inoltt air. and yield to hca\y hoc*. Their golden dew.?beloved, even tll?Se Are not as tranquil or as stilly right Aa your dear eyes, brown-shadow* ert. There tho light Of thought gives me the love 1 ask to please. >Iy seeking and my want. You fill my need With warmth that 1* as clean as any wood Where trllilum star* the under brush. And fern. Is tender-green. So dear, let us give turd Wa thank the Source of this, our :unbought Good. Love is the Giver and the Gift we learn. ?IdelU Purncll, In The Lyrio West. Hrlilcr I uro bi lin For Mia* Snyder. Mrs. Charles Brown Wilson entertainrd at a sniHll bridge luncheon this morning complimentary to Miss Chr...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

^ * # .'Ml ' ? 3* * * , * f ... * '* '- - "' . t : , .-*. . ? Fasti .' '*' . . ; V - ^^1^^ I f- The right treatment that is too oi T?H8T chiwe poor face thoroa JO fat year usual way with Wood jwom watq^Wtpe off the an Woodbury** Racial Soap in yoar 1 yoor lace aad rub it into the pom with aa upward and outward miotic Rinse with warm water, then wi the better. If possible, rub your fac fc with a piece ofjee. t t:-.. ri . v., - , ~~ AHryy - 5* Use this treatment that is subject to b! APPLY hot doths to the face dened. Now with a rough wi heavy lather of Woodbury's Facial the pores thoroughly?always with ward motion. Rinse with clear, hot water, then1 the better. If possible, rub your fa with a piece of Ice. Dry carefully. f : v i 3;, .' ' ' ' .. ' . ' VvsS \\ : i 'v *?* y . - " ' ' V: ^^ ' ' 11. ' . rHg ROANOKE WORLD-N?W& ii ? iwiihuu , * i. nlmic n; \I III |1 lJ VV I 1 Besintoda: that suits it / A BE A s, A Wi realize i for a skin have th ly fhly by wnhinc It Sleep?ft lbu...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

I TWBLVfc 8YRD WILL OPEN I OFFICE OCTOBER 1 Democratic State Headquarters 'WiM Be Located In Richmond For Campaign . Wchrr.^p 1. Sm ' Harry F. , Vyrd. S'u'.r Cha rmari. announced VMItrdki that I 'eniocratlc State '? will be opened here will b? tleetfd ji few days before the first game which I* scheduled with ItlackVhurg ll'*'1 School on Oct. ?. Kreba la a 'member of the Senior J??H' ' WHOLE SYSTEM IS BENEFITED j ; BY MAC i Thousand* of frail, nervous peopla ml convalescents everywhere likhe testified to the remarkable power ef Tanlsc In bringing back their health, strength and working efficiency. It eems to quickly invigorate the con-C atltutlon and la a powerful foe of weakness. Mrs. K. M. Hartigan. 210 Verge St., Clifton Forge. Va.. says; ^*At Tlfe time 1 starled lAKThg TaW-" lac. I wtt so weak the least little exrrition simply set my heart palpitating wildly. My circulation appeared tobe poor and every bone in mv body seemed to ache and hurt. Hut all my troubles are In the past n...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

gr camp mm ii 1w0 vital rules Bhlfttaf and Fair Oatch Fro- ) visions Are Vital la Hew Gridiron Laws. v \ (If WsUtr c?af> (Hp?cUI Correspondent of World >?*". Copyright. 1?M) York. Sept. 10?Speaking as a ' member of tbe Football Rulea Committee. tho writer can testify that ths groatoot internet throughout tho < country In tho rule Interpretation* relato t< tbo shift. Tho shift mohns , man raoTtng to m* positions Just boforo tho ball has son snapped. It i was charged In tho cases of some 1 successful elevens lost year that the ( men were In motion after the ball was snapped. Obviously a defense la < pretty hard put to diagnose a play I When this occurs. And. again, where the shifting! Is well timed it Is very difficult for an I official to determine exactly whether i It had absolutely ceased before the < fall was put Into play. There has i been a great bone of contention for years with regard to shift plays and J the co...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

m ^ GOLF PARLIES ARE I GAINING FAVOR fllate of Many Private Courses Starts Innovation ? Does Game Hurt Baseball? Itr Jobn II. Konter. ISp?c at ' - r.?i tit of Th? Hoanuke w#i; : ,\i ?s Copyright. 1922.) N * * Y.ri S-pt r.V ? In Newr Jer ?< y tie} n i . the \ * siting golf party. Yh?> also l.mi' it In other Slates but ? J rer y, iilna>> inclined to liehospitAb.e, noi'ii.j to have It more violently than >- inc sectlona Of the country. It in a'.s><> nut to be overlooked that \< ? Jersey has many more y 'If C 'liito s than some States. It in r.rli it: iiulf eourtet. If you Ire n if 11.> 1 ? ?'.>cit where the name re<l?h.ti i tu'e operated a runoe an a leiry l.t\\c<n 1'obb'a Ferry and l'lermont--a * it in row?and start South > u wit hardly run across a piece '! f'Ttilc meadow tract In New J< i n i that h.. ? n "t befit conver...

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