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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 June 1913

PIANOS ON EASY TERMS ' NO NOT BR TO f|OM c. t. mmiTOi, agr, - 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News lt?M sf Hfltl er M?r> Mt be ?? Mi mw to Ik* IwtolT Kgtter ear* mt lk? lk? H*rU-Xtwf. ^ <>olili?toie Whittle. One of tho moat beautiful nuptial fvents o* Martinsville w?, solemnised In Ctirlar Episcopal church by the rector. Ih? ll#v. Alfred Anion, on Saturday veiling laat. when Mise Elizabeth Sinclair Whittle became th* bride ? of Col. J. I> Johnston, of Roanoke, j The church v a* beautiful In UK dec-! orations of green and white. Agalut I n backgiuimd of forest gre*na and ! potted plants, with ?oft Ughta showing through the foliage, was an nrch of! ureen, under which the bride and) groom stood. - . Promptly at IimIf ufl'er eiehl o'clock. ' to the soft strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march rendered by Mr* J. C. j Kearfott, the l>rld? enterd with her j father. Judge Stafford O. Whittle, by! whom she was given Inx 'marriage. ! They were...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 June 1913

1TH KACH RECURRING YKAR, this sale is looked forward to by an cvor increasing number of patmi.s, who have learned the real value of this great merchandising event. Three vital features liave been largely instrumental in making this big sale the important factor that it is. in the budget of the family's summer expenditures. Wide scope of variety in the vast assemblage of White (loods, that offei*s almost unlimited choice of selection?making if possible for your every need to be supplied. High character of all goods superior quality of weave, finish and fashioning conforming to the high standard necessary for admission to our stock?thus making your purchases a satisfaction and assuring longest service. Reasonable prices on all offerings -thereby adding to the pride of possession, tho comfortable knowledge that your money has been well and wisely spent. . Everywhere the Matchless Charm of Unsullied 'Whiteness Meets the Eye?Cool, Refreshinq, Abundant and Irresistably Alluring. ? And all...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 June 1913

wmm ? .? ? .'' ?? J. FELDMAN & 80N8 No. 107 Campbell Avenue, West Untrimmed Panama Hats X $4.48 Typical Feldman's Values Biggest? values anywhere. Large and medium shapes,,, usually $6.50; on sale'Monday and Tues- ? . .$4,48 Women's Wash Dresses IJoi>Uou8o and?Morning Wear. $1.48, $1.98, $2.98 Usually $2, $3?and<$4.p0 values, y ThiB^is^thcy lieydayi of the^houRo dre?8. This indescribablytfneat and , eminently practical little garment has neglected ?tho "wrapper," and to a groat extend suspended the dressing saeque. Its omypieco simplicity*and. trim lilies arc a refreshing <*iiangQ) from the loose, unrestraint and negliggowear, and it i*Fevery bit as,comfortable. The house drosses in this sale tomorrow nre. all newly made and have just been delivered to us. They* are the "latest styles and moat popular materials and- trimmings, Thej^aro bargains in the strictest* sense. Just; a few steps up Campbell avenue, and every step saves you money. ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 June 1913

NEWS tmm. Via* Junea:?8peStewmrt pwfcabty ? cost ht* victory with the Shipwhen h? spiked IUmcmt ?t th ?plat? In tho seventh bo and the nuu?fr had bad a flat flrht at dm ba? Is the fourth taalBC. Mj*th#ws bad to have tKm oailad whlla he bad a doctor di?M tba wound and before play ?mM ba raaumadfca rain storm broke, eadlas tba iibi Tba aoora^ravartad back to tba sixth Inning at-J to 1 In favor of Newport News. Roan oka took the first game^ to t, by bat tine Wrnuolle out of the boa. Brown, recently released by Roanoke. aucoeeded Vernuelie and had tba Itawra guessing for the remainder of take (ansa. DU>nr a home run drtv* la tbe third with Press! y at first aaw tba inwlni of Vernuelle. the Titer* bavins m>>de alx runa off him la tba aecond and third Inning* . Oardtn pitched apleadid hall for tba vlaltors until the ninth, when he weaneked. Matthews' single. Powell's double and Haddow's single, scoring two runa. Tba flakUh* of Irmscher and Qon< ...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 June 1913

SALEM Mf?* MAt'D OBB*?MAIN. FINaI* CONCERT ' I Roanoke Woman'* Coll**# gave lis final conc.-rt In the town hall Saturday eventns before n v?rv Urnr and appreciative audience who enjoyed the excellent |iro|r*m given by both the In- j xruinviiial una \ocal classea , Th? student* ?cqultlril themselves most efedllahly. clearly evidencing their |>rol1i-l*nry In the flnt year's work. STONKW.U.I, JACKSON MONlSfcNT The ffionrsill Jarlmon committee of Itoanoke roum> r?c*Mly appointed to solicit funds for the erection of Another monument to thin hero la piogreasIng ntculy with lh? work i .fU'JKr W \V MofTelt la chairman of the committee a tut during the paat two Weeks deVefal hundred letter* have been sent out to persona whom It I* believed will respond with a liberal contribution A large number have already rwao.luwl deal ring to share a part In the erection of the monument to perpetuate the memory of Stonewall Jackson The committee desires that all who contemplate cont...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 June 1913

freak Awajr Front Blood Bondage np ia C?aa Dm Rararfal at fht Disuse Tbay art >?MSirf h Cart. make Ufa miserable, remedy that you can a "dope," not a but a pure, cleanses your ao washes your so thoroughly healthful not only feel a hot your entire aptfee moat welcome 8. S, has tons been | recognised aa UM greatest Mood purifier ever known. If rou here been aome Mood trouble, aome eruptive akin dlaease. call It ecaema. lupua. peortasia. malaria, scrofula or what you will, there la but on# sure, aafe way to cur* It Ask at any drag store for a 91.00 bottle of S. 8. S. and you are then on the road to health. The action of thla remarkable remedy la Just aa direct, just ss positive, just as certain In Ita Influerwve aa that the sun rises In the east. It la one of those rare medical force* which act in the blood with the same decree of certainty that la found in all natural tendencies. The manner In which It dominates and control* the myatertoua transference of rich. fed. pur* ar...

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Page PAGE ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 June 1913

C The road to prosperity is the first dollar placed in the Bank. <1 We get new customers by giving good service to our old customers. * ?- * ? - We invite you to open an account at this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Roanoke. V*. CAPITAL. 9206,000.00 ll'RPLl'l AND I'NBIVIDBD I* HO FIT* ?*0,000.00 WaJ] Street. June 9.?The atbck market was tinder heavy prtuur* at the opening today. Hill stocks and Pennsylvania held steady' Practically all tho remaining prominent rtharee were an bstant tally lower New York, June P.?Cotlon market opened steady at decline of two to threw point*. There was continued food dimnnd for nenr months which quickly rallied and gave strength to later options. GeneriOMst ruled four to thirteen point* net* higher before first hour ended t'kMlnc t^uutatlono?New York Stock Exchange. Anul roppet . <*,S Am AbtI 41 An HxIKuiai Am Can 20* Am Can, pM *?>% A:n t ?r and Fly <1 Am (ttlM Oil.. V A m Ice Sesat't ? 2? Am Llnaeed 8 ? Am l-oc?...

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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 June 1913

The Pony Contest is the talk of the city. GaB at any of our chain of Cash Stores for particu- - lars.jpffr.^.r ? Renner's Cash Stores Stein-Bloch Smart Olothes for Men and Young Men. ":\.We Are splendidly prepared to fill your vacation Clothing Needs. If you will come in and look over these Stein- Bloch Suits we know you will find the one that best meets your ideas. Stein-Bloch Olothes and Stein-Bloch Mod--els at this store only. W. R. HANCOCK CO. Snooetton to GEO. W. PATHS 00. STRAW HATS, ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR. The Fixologists. W? are the orlglnAtora of thli term, and klao the orlfftnatora or the k?d* of tranaferrlnc <>ld ptanoa. beda. ?tc.. into davenport*. library. card taUm, ate..: .We have one of. If not the beat, equipped upholHtcrln*. repalrtns. pollahln* and reflnlshlas rtepartamnta In tha Stat*. We respectfully requeet the public to call and aae tha wonderful tranaformationa we have made of ?ld. dlac-arded pircee of furnttura. Wa also deal ?? antique*, br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

VOL. 74?No. 200. ?nmmo world. bymho wkwb. EAGLES' CONVENTION . BEGINS HERE TODAY OPENING EXERCISES IN THE AUDITORIUM Eighth Annual Session of the Virginia State Aerie In Roanoke This Week - Addresses of Welcome and Responses?Mercer Hirtman Master of Ceremony In Introductory Program. LARGE NUMBER OF DELEGATES PRESENT The formal opening of ">? eighth annual, convention of Virginia Aerie, Fraternal Ortler of Kasclea. occurred thin mornlnn at- 1 o oU*lock In the handMiiM' a*-.?l com:ito?llous lo.lse room of Roanol.e Aerie. No 111 Past Worthy President, Mercer Hartman, of the local aerie, colled the on?emblatre to order ?nd Introduced the ? penkern In the formal opening eiirrise* In hja opening remark* Mr Hartman apoke of his pleuaur* in being pcr? vnttted to open ?Km convention, mint - Ins ln_ hi* hom<- city. "It (a not my pur' pose to make a speech" waid ha, J'J>ut 1 (eel that I may aay In all alncerlty and In all good fellowship. that It la a attcerc p...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

j Ki LOVK1.7 reception Mr. and Mm Thomu tr fr??on tendered a lovely reception last evJw ,heir PMttjr country home "Th* Gables." after the rehear**! for the marts ge today of their daughter. Miss Helen Baal* Preston to Mr. Olen Brace. Only the brtdal party and out of'town wee in attendance. The lower suite of ' room* were thrown open for the occasion and presented a charming appearance In the lavish decoration of daises and -lilies, the beautiful color scheme- of white and yellow beinx effectively used throughout. Mrs. Alice Frant*. of Roanoke and Mrs. Buck assisted In reand entertaining the guests. The punch "table was most tastefully arranged in the reception hall. de-1 ? Ucioua nit punch was ladled by Miss, l??s Rnbertaon. of Bedford City and iS? Turner of Salem. ' h*la* two long tables beau-; ttfally arranged one for the bridal' *h,ch was especlaly charming, having handsome linen and exquisite' hand made articles together with rae- *** ?^.whW* '.lies and dalsee and ail-centre-pie...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

That Please V you Ml 'ond of lote W?ur, ?>?? Mtri to vWt ?,ur fountain, *h#r? you will b* ?rr?d with- cooltac drink* that NUifln.ud pi mm*. W? aa* Mrv* you and ntyr you WELL, bacauM w* hay* til* ?nulpmanl. knoWlad** and aspartame* ?uimry to th* conduct toe of a fountain la a thoroughly up-to-data way. OUR PRU1T JUICES ara PURE, our Soda la *parkUa*. cool and wall enrkornatad. W? Mil notklnc bat tka boat V ? S *' . . ! New Specials Every Day Come in and Try Our *>Mh St raw harry Bbarbat i Spaolal K|( Drink*. Praah Strawberry Sundae. ' ("kockalata Milk Drink*. Ptn*appl? Proat. Milk Shakaa, LJmeadt and Plnanppla Don Bon. Uamonad*. Pura lea CrMma. Walnut Rundaa. j lea Craan Soda. Nabiaco Sundaa. I Coma In art rool?bring your Banana Split*. ..... . I frlcnda. Wt can Mrva; you. ' ??| McGEE'S PHARMACY HOT FOB NOTHma, 1 BUT FOB TOXJB MOHXT'S WORTH DO WX DESIRE TOVB PATRONAGE. Let Ut Prove It to Too. BADPOBD STEAM LAUHPBT. ' flood Things To Eat This is the store where i...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

JLA? iYOR'H WAIWWU, to ooramoa council Mayor Moomaw (duuiIk ? ; should h*v? prompt *nd en. Ho wwn* council margin between Koaa self-sustaining bMlt nnd on a de4?t-lnourrlng NvmI*. | (or Uw year llli. m It out. la 19,900. Thw is a poltit. 1 It msans that ih<? praoticniiy not.) lug w tth tm tht MXtfcw month* to meet bat always Inevitable exNo mum, however worthy, roooive appreciable u?l?UBc?, 1 a oiwll action tn court may swoop tho lait coat For temporary ?p bank* can bo rooorted to, tho money thus procured hu to| repaid speedily, and af beat It; a brief putting oft of an evil year Roanoke will loee la mugh the rolllnit etock apit bill about ?io?.ooo. in ?Mfnmrnla of property have an eetlmated Increase of t, leaving a not loan, according o the mayor's figures, of IT1.641.I9. other words our receipts for 191 S ipunt to 949C.S4S.91, while receipts r 1914 will amount to 1111,114.11. acting' one of theee numbers the other, we have tho figure the mayor presents. Ifufs la not ref...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

Roanoke j IfEk ? ? .- ? ->?5--. Music PIANOS ON EASY TERMS ? no none* to iish c. t. iniRiitai. Mgr.. 117 W. Campbell Ave. - - l -- -i X?L ?J Social News Mhm ?! wHtl mr HHtatl tafrrMl W ?ku*4 to 1H, ?r Mil to Ik* MdMr UlUr mt? ?( the Ik* W*rM?N*m. Brunt KirMon. A beautiful wadding was solemnised this morning at (Irvtn o'clock lit the Calvary Baptist church when Mian Helen I'res ton became the bride of Mr. Glen ltruce, of Conlwnod. W. Va. The church wan exquisitely decorated ' with palms. fern* and lilies. l>r. W. O. llacker presided at the oricnn and rondeied a program before the entrance of tho bridal party and Mr. T. C. Preston sun*. "I Lav? Tou . Truly." accompanied by Mr. J. B. Air lemons The bridal party entered the church to the beautiful strains of Lohengrin's weddlfjg march. **?>, Promise* Me," was soft!-- played during the ceremony. slid Mendelssohn * wedding march as the recessional. The usher* who pfetedeJ the bride and her attendants were:...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

VHkUM TrMMN of the First -?v*lry s^uadpreparations for their 70-Wle march into the IMmimImiIi vwlley next month *o participate t? maneuvers which are expected to X-.ult In a, complete reorganisation of *lu? jnount-i ?d rorMvt the army. I The Shenandoali vatley, where "Plait" Sheridan made his famous ,ride Afty y~r. ??. ??M *?? ch^a " the, tiniiflli ? battle ground for tne H fr'pr tm montli* this -summer a full brigade-of cavalry and a.battery if hor* artillery will maneuver and ot *?? reads, the sreen hiuj^ahd fields near Wine heater that flgv&d In grsnt cavalry Jmill^J^?h| ?ar betwe? the States. r ?fiwcrn i?*- , BATTLEFIELD" TWO MILES M "T^* . ? LONG. ? &< department ha* leased a tract of itro'ind one mile broa<l ~nd two irrnr- In the heart of the Shen nndoah "O mHff from Wa*hln*ton, ?d^rdera ~ere *sued loth- troop. ago. Two regiments of *H? harirr ?*- ? from Fort Ethan htid Fort Oglethorpe. OaJ muffin** I?0 dusty miles under ?P ' sun b...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

'AST GAME OF SERES . GOES TO PETERSBURG Ferryman Pitch*# a Pwtty CNum But Two Oootly Errors lUko the Visitor! tho Winner*?Contest Well Worth Seetaf. With th* Mw looking only on* way that th* cioober* way. the Tl??r? dropped lb* flrtt combat with tti? second pUuwn, ?cor* two to on*. Coop?r and Perryfuan w*r? th* opporini hurl*r? and both perform** ndbly with th* odd* In Pwrymu * favor. . Two* errcrs by th* T|f*r? enabled th* Ooober* to tvor* both of their run*, both tslllea romlm after two . m*o w*r* out. Not until th* ninth wore th* Tiger* able to bunch th*lr blow* and with a bit of luck they would have pulled th* game out of the fire, but the luck wun't there and tl* Tiger* lost n good ball (ami. Cooper *hi wild, walking eight men and hitting another, be*lde* making a balk with men on first and ~?orond and but on* down, but with all thaa* pitching ml*tnk*a not a baa* on ha I la or th* balk could bo d*v*lop*d Inlu a run. Cooper pitched a good game. H* wu Hr-tlght in th* pinch** aa a...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

for Fletcher's You Bm Always Bought has borne th? ?lvn?> Bum* H. Fkitcber, and has been made under his supervision for orer 30 years. Allow no one llWlre you In this. Counterfeits. Imitation a and ** Jnst*as-jrood " are but experiments, and endanger the health of Children?Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA 4a Is * harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare(orlo, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It destroys worms and allays Fererlshness. For more than years It has been In constant use for the relief of Jpatien, Flatulency, Wind Colic,all Teething Tronblesaad Dbrrhoa. lt regnlates the Stomach and Bowel*, the Food, rlvtnir healthy anrf-natnral sleep, en's Panacea?Tne Mother's Friend. Kind You Have Always Bought of or Over 30 Years fiiw re?? cmr. [MRS NAMED ' 6Y SCHOOL BOARD | FOR NEXT SESSION 'Continued from prv*r on.?> V ,h" ??? principal tL l I""? ?Ch<K,,? '? * ?*" ?n. ul .V **&am...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

" X " . C The road to prosperity 1b the first dollar placed in p}l Bank. ; ? We get new customers by giving good service to our old customers. ? We invite you to open an account at this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Roanoke, Vs. \ CAPITAL) ..... J , I3N.ON.M linrill AND rifDIVIDBD PROriTS IM.OMM MARKETS N'?w York. June 9.?The principal securities of ll\? World were A|i:l) under pressure today and movement of ? toeKs hue was. sharply downward. Union Pacific, Steel. St Paul and" nearly seventy other atock* of all deacrlptlona reached new low levels for the deOlite. ? and there were substantial losses In all quarters. Foreign market* were dleturbed by the prospects of renewed hostilities In the Balking and aome uneasiness ?>? felt In London rrgnrdtng the approaching fortnight aettlement. London disposed of perhaps 10.000 shares here, on balance, and there waa some selling here on direct orders from the continent. . ~ Pressure from-abroad waa an Important factor In the market'! mo...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 June 1913

We Are splendidly prepared to fill your vacation Clothing Needs. If you will come in and k>ok . H?ver these Stein- Bloch Suits we know you will ftncl the one that best meets your ideas. Stain-Bloch Clothes and Stein-Bloch Mod- . i els at this store only. W. R. HANCOCK CO. SvooMaors to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. StBAW HATS, ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR. Old Irish Potatoes fltein-Bloch Smart Clothes for Men and Young Men The Fixologiats. Wo art tk* ori*lnatora of thla Una, and also the originator* of tho ?Mia St treaafarrtns oM piano*, bed*, ate.. into davent>orta, library, card taUm, ate. Wo havo ono of. If not tho boat, equipped upholaterlnc. repair!a*, pollahln* and roflnlahlns departmoata la tho State. Wo roopoctfuliy. requeat tho pablte to call and *ee the wonderful t r ana forrnatlona wo hare made of old, dlacardad ptocoe of faraltare, Wo %2oo deal la aatiquea. MMhtrar. etc. MORGAN * ARORXBRIOHT, Kirk Avenue. WT Phono Ml. Most Refreshing. Don't tall to drop-In at~Oead'a thaao...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 June 1913

VOL. 74?No. 201 myKKinm world, r?<???? kvkmku mkw*. If row do set r???lT* roar papar by t p. in., phona tha buolnaa* offtoa, and copy will b* MBt you tt one? by ?!>?- mcaaennar. Wo wut you to rd-World-Nawa ovary day. COMMITTEE TO PENETRATE THE COAL DISTRICT SENATORS TO VIEW STRIKE TERRITORY Investigation-of Conditions In the Kanawha Region Progresses?Borah Takes Charge ? Former Congressman Gaines Makes Statement ? "Mother Jones" Prompts Attorneys. _____ MILITARY OFFICERS ON WITNESS STAND Charleston. W. V*.. June 11.?With the btili of tholr Inquiry firmly established nitmbcra of the innate commUilun Investigating the West Virginia coal dtualion today proceeded to Iftjr bar* the procWHi by which civil courts were stripped of tholr power and over a hundred and fifty square mllee of the State were placed under martial law. Senator Borah took charge of Ujs Inquiry under that Mrtlon of senate resolution directing a "probe of th* char>re that oltlsena were ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 June 1913

Valuable Prizes Given to Everyone Special Prizes . First Grand Prize ,$300 new Piano Second Grand Prize Large Colonial Cook Range Third Grand Prize Handsome Kitchen Cabinet Fourth Gr.nd Prize Solid Leather Suit Case Fifth Grand Prize $10.00 Gold Piece Sixth Grand Prize $5.00 Gold Piece !'V V| t [ " .. JRrce round-trip transportation to all purchasers -wiUun 200 miles. AN OLD TIME VIRGINIA BARBECUE FREE TO EVERYBODY ON THE GROUNDS. Lift the burden from your shoulders by making a start on June 21st. Buy an acre or more of Rockyd.ile Heights andt let it be the beginning of your independence. Sale Rain or Shine Come One! Come All! Don't Fail to Attend AUCTION COMPANY Greensboro, N. C. e. (. TNOMt, Tnw. and Small Tracts from Roanoke?On Hollins Road ROCKYDALE HEIGHTS = ANOKE. VA. The proposed Interurban Street Railway from Roawill probably pass through this farm. t TERMS: One-fifth Cash, [balance In 6,12,18 and 24 months. .??? , JUNE A. M. Sharp Music by Richardson Bros.' * Georgia Band ....

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