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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 June 1913

? The road to prosperitjriTthe first dollar placed in the Bank. > / V C We get new customers by giving good service to our old customers. We invite you to open as account at this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Roanoke, V*. CAPITAL. ?VWLCI AND l'XDI\H)CD PHOnil MARKETS ' ? .1 Kttrk Market. Wall Street. June 1??Th?-re waa a . receialon in all parta of 'ha list at the opening teday.* Fractional receaalone ??r? regiatered (or ell active stocks, excepting Canadian Psclfle. Trsdinr waa active the flret few mtnutaa. The markat |rt*' quieter attar the ffret rurh of solllnj orders. _ j Cltalof (jnoutli>n???n York 8l<xl Eirkaac*. Amrl Copper Am Arrl Am Beet Sugar . Am Can Am Caa, pM .. Am Car and Kdr Am Cotton Oil . Am IceSecur'* Am t.lDMed ... Am Locomottre Aon Smelt A Ref Aob S * R; pfd . Am e??ar Ref . Am Tel A Tel. . Am Tobacco . Anacor.'ta M Co. Atchtmn Atchleon nM. . Atlantic C Line. Bai'o A Ohio .. Be:Mehaa> Steel Brooklyn R T .. Cao. nt........ Ce...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 June 1913

For the Summer Stylish Straws and Splits. Shirts, silk and madras. Athletic Underwear, Belts, and Silk Hosiery. Two-piece Suits made by SteinBloch that will make you look your best Visit our showing. W. R. HANCOCK CO. to 0E0. W. PAYNE OO. ?UARE DEAL" ALL CONTESTANTS IN THE Dunlap Pony Contest now being conducted by us and seveij other Jfoanoke houses, will be given a "square deal** at all of our chain of Seven Cash Stores Our clerks are instructed to give our votes vtfth cash purchases and the payment of all money to us. They will not ask you to vote for any one. Take the votes *fcway with you, or vote them for your favorite. We have no favorites. ran c??f. ni*m tw m wfMti *f Cifci Dftaktatl ?< U?WI of taCM who have been unpltaaaatly affoctad la the peat. can sow not oaly bid f?r?w?u to stnouirau, headache. Irritability. vartl*o and palpitation of'the heart bat to aleepleaaoeaa. a* wait when drink Ins coffaa. Erera' Vacuum Proeaan Coffaa U pura*t coffaa of an parlor quali...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

HEAVY VOTE CAST IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION TODAY . , ? ?' ?. ? i- * . _ . DEMOCRATS TURN OUT TO NAJCE CANDIDATES Hany City Offices to Be fQled?Verdict of Ballot Today Determines the Final Result?Polla Open at 4:60 and Will Close at 7:80 -^JAany Predictions as to J What the Count Will Reveal. BEST OF ORDER AT POLLING PLACES ' j I'ndtr til* Impulae of Individual urging on (h* pnrt c??4ldAt? and their worker*. Bonnokera entitled to vote today htvt fraaly caat off ill f??r of sunstroke and Journeyed to the various polling plaeee In auch numb?r? that tt la freely pradl4*<l the vote wilt be tha largest in tha hlatory of tha city *!>'? the final count la taken* The polla opened at eunrlse. hot far from 4-?? a m. and will remain open until almoat 7:?# this even In# ? Votera came enrly an<l voted rapidly In *??*? *? rapidly, that up to 1J:??. more velti had bean cast In the two Highland precincts than were caat during ?ha entire day of January 17th. whan Judge M...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

[IS wm Of LABOR CHIEFS # . Wtetell ud Morrison dr Out Before the 8n/Tribunal?Gomper* la 11L June it.?Chief Justice ; fWfclls MUf |rut*d an appeal to thei i ngMM oourt. tor Samuel Oompern, ' John Mitchell and >renk MorrHoa , 1||ir leaders, eonvioted of oonnrapt of i ' oourt la U* noted Bucks Stove end The appeal ?w111 be heard The three official* ware held In contempt by the iupnme*court of the ttlU'tlt at Columbia, for violating an Injunction against boycotting the Thlllrt Stove and Ran?a Company. Upon complaint by the company, the court a^ntendbd Gompera to a year in Jail. Mitchell to nine months, and Morrtann'fo six fctomna The supreme oourt of'th^ United States set aside all the sentences because the contempt proceedings were brought In the nsme of the stove company. Thereupon the district supreme court appointed a committee to bring contempt - procesiUnfs in the name of the court, was dona and later the sentence* ere Imposed as In the first Instance. ? Tho court ol (a...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

That Mysterious Sundae Have You Tried it? The New Soda Special?It's Great, only 10c SPEOIAL?Wjth each MYSTERIOUS SUNDAE, we give you, free, two coupons good for two chances on a 5-pound box Kern's Special Mixed Chooolates and Bon Bons ? given away free every Saturday at 10 p. m. Don't fail to come in and try this ^ New Soda Special?Everybody Likes It If you want the best Soda Water, served in the most up-to-date way, all the latest drinks, and old ones, too, come to McGee *s. ? . Special Today?Peach Sherbet, made from fresh fruit. ? ? ? Pineapple Frost, Raspberry Sundae, made from fresh fruit; ice Cream Soda, all kinds Sundaes. Come in?make our fountain your headquarters. McGEE'S PHARMACY NOT FOR NOTHING, BUT - FOR TOUR MONEY'S WORTH ' DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let U? Prove It to Too. t TKLRPnoMK in. KAOFOBO STEAM LAOTCDBY, Delightful Drinks Hot weather ia here, and to make your meala more enjoyable or to eerve your friend* well, run your eye over thin list, and phone us: Lakesid...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

.M an* 143 MUSIC XX PARK& ! Tlw Wiri4-N?n hu rtotlvvd unlcation containing, a clipping cm of th* Richmond In this clipping It U Stated that Htduntol'i administrative board to to advertise for bid* for park contort* aa appropriation having boon made by Council for that purpose. Ia addition to tho clipping tho . World-New*' communication contain* tho following atatement: 1 "la eonaeotloa with tho attached article. kindly noto tho action of tho (Richmond council relative to furnishlav muaio in tho parka thio wmmtr. ? J.h??n harpod on thio for yeara horo <a Roanoke, but It seoma Impossible y*m fot our city father* to take Interest ?uch matters. wo proauma, baa aa much Money to apond In proportion to Its requirements aa any other elty of similar atae, but somehow money for [ tho gentle and beautiful things of life always larking. We can spend | thousand* of dollars annually to augIncomee and to perpetuate tumooroome system of government, but to obtain appropriation...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

SALEM 1 HIM M AI D OIKMHAU, The Tlock City Amu??mcnt Company will axhlblt in Balem all next ?<ffk beginning Monday night. ' "Ihsy arc auld to havo many attract!ou Including tha merry-go-round. Ihtr arry four t?nta. M(?a Vtrirlnla Martin i.? visiting relativaa la Cllon Alum, W. Va. .Vlln l.tiey T.. Join p. principal of tha Halvm High school, laft thla week for Missouri, and other points to spend I'M vacation Mra. J. P. Hr>aat has b*?n confined to her home l?y sickness thla week. Mr. Harry Kccd, of Knoxvllle. Tenn.. was here this week on a brief visit. II* win accompanlod homo by hla father, .Mr. C. K. I<?rd, who spent th?? winter in flalem. The childr ii of the llnptlst Orphan* held their snrual picnic yasterrtay In the *r ?v<? rear th? home. An nbundancr of gov>d things H>r? supplied witb which to give a day of pleasure for all ths tmatea Mr. Paul Davis and hla sister. Mlaa Anna. Ii>ft vo ?f crdrv for Mount...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

5'^; "A * 5 ??**>?. ?v|? - tPw HEALTH TEACHER?QUAKER-HUMPHRIES 8 WEBBER. Three Hames That Have Been Adopted by People of Roanoke. TMchrr, Quaker and HumWd Wabber are three name* are on ths tongue* of more peodays than an> other three ta til* history of thiicKy. And ff Bk?hm results derhed from of the mad old Quaker Remedies In thta city ara becoming grgeater and rreater each day. The lame Health Teacher, because )t itlltr for the man who has made tha study of the Quaker* and their | medicine* a life study, and who retllzea after year* of experience that lie haa'la the Quaker Herb Remedies! Lliae of mediciaea that have never d aay equal tn tha permanent cur-| >?g of eatarrh. Although comparatively a young man In yaara, he !?; old in experience, and hi* interesting talk* on diseaae and it* cure* have been heard by upward* of ten thousand people since he has been In llounoke. ? The name Quaker becau** It bring* to mind 'he Remedies Introduced In thia ci...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

BEFORE TIGERS * Richmond, Va.. June ll.~4lpMtel ??In a fn* hitting conteat this afternoon. Roanoke drfMtttf Richmond. I H 4. The Juagaleere cot thAr kit* together and fielded sensationally b?* hln<J Eftrd The Colts played 11stIseely and their error* of omission were abundant. Presslv. Irmacher, Mattls, Plea. Rsley and Hrtinthin all secured thres hits each. In several innings Richmond had _ men on bases where n hit would have meant trouble, but the necessary blngle wae not forthcoming. In the field Munis, Irmscher, and Pl?? fielded sensationally. Both aldee played errorless hall, all of the runs ?cored being due to real hitting. The score; RICHMOND. A.B R. rt. O. A. E. B Orlffln. lb t o 1 1 0 0 Laval, rf. ........ I Pig*. If. ...... ? Raley, lb . t> Preens ban. IK ... 4 tbarta, cf. . 4 Newton. as. ....... 4 H? Orlffln. p. Totai? . . . ; r ROAXOKE. AH ft. H. O. A. E. Olnn. ef 4 1 1 t 1 0 ?py. aa ....? ? l l o u yftilb. lb ? t s 7 t o Miit5iL.lt. .4 a a. ? ? o Irm...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

See the Bidway at mm & boone co, For HRmK/;;'Summer Comforts w,s?? nr-jzzss work*dTnt *k' h * ?af* AU k??w ?*Parta Who know tl)* bualfiaaa Houwi or mT* b,fc**gfiP? ><- lurr?na*?4, always make vo* v?t!?f* w*,co<n*d' ej*fe?Mr or Electric Fans 5y srsxi; ? *a?loi?*J ?taadard'a ?w ?? cmpim Whk. Th* 'JJliTtai* Hor;.cultural Sosletys |l L^rt. a?PaU? aound* a rjrntns to thai 9f th* Stata to tka rSact'fl *h0Sid ?c<*?alat themselves! I?ULJ4?/ PrarUl o as of the SuUar ap- fl Pie packing ??d r*4f law Thla law 1 r>rT.ibe c?n*r*?? ?n<J ?p i ffjyad b* Preaidant Ta/t. Auguat i. L .Ng aj&gy.was,- 'sk affiiES? dTU^ES,."?1? ,I*a*tb of atava. M .1 tacbea. of head, <? 1-? tn-hc? ??-???? '** H n CXraujnferanca of bolge footalda I J?? *1? contain aa nearly T M4 c?bfc iacbaa. Tb? taw establishes tot oaa grade tor apptea. It apaclftaa t&at tka applea ?baJJ bo of one rarlsty.. of good ,-ol.ir. ?fL...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

C ? ' - C The road to prosperity 1b the first dollar placed in the Bank. Q 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 Ro?aoke, ?%. CAPITAL SIRPLI I AW? IM11V1DKD PROFITS WMN.OO MARKETS ? fork Market. > Wall Street. June SO?Lower price* | prevailed today In majority of caaes at the opening. The largest losses s?|stallied by lorn* leaa active ?h*rca Flue- | tuation .among leadara restricted ?mall fraction* Bullish Intsree subsided quickly when Unuilr* efforts to run up pjdcaa after opening dip failed Decline* In the | market Wt-j o enlarged, eapeclally ?tea| Cloalng Quotation*? York Stock Eiekaag*. K<i is 121 .ta% to tots IS >?S '8? i ,88 14 AWrl f rt( f tt . , Am Asrl ... Am Uetli|?r Am Can Am i.au, pM . Am i ?i ai'J Mr Am i ottoo Oil . Am lf? *et",r? Am l.ln?e?'l, . Am l.oc<imotUe Am .'melt A I'.ef. Am f A *?. pfj Am *>mar lief Am Tel &...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 June 1913

SQUARE DEAL'' ALL CONTESTANTS W THE unlap Pony Contest now being conducted by us and seven other Boadoke houses, will be given a "square ileal^ lit all of our chain of Seven Cash Stores Oar. clerks are instructed to give our votes with cash purchases and the payment of all Jttbiiey. to us. They will not ask you to vote for tiij one. Take the votes away ? with you, or vote them for your favor * We have no favorites. mmmrn Sr ? . prip Top Tips* For the Summer A": ' * - ? "" 1 ' * ? ??? .* Stylish Straws and Splits. Shirts, silk ahd madras. Athletic Underwear, Belts, and Silk Hosiery. Two-piece Suit$ made by SteinBjoch that will make you look your best > Visit our showing. W.R. HANCOCK CO. IwiBpri to amo. W. PAYNE 00. f. "r agaa*a< l> the put, can now t*t only Md farewell to MnrAnnt. fcllll -f Irritability. verti*o and palpitation mt Ik* hMTt, but 'to ele?plr aa wad. whan drlaklair ooffee ! Ymu Proceea coffee la puraf auperlor quality. rneohagMi without...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 June 1913

=?- * THEWKATHBB. t?5ir fiSiiaw f nlwht Primary Yesterday Beats Highest Mark MORE THAN THREE THOUSAND BALLOTS H. M. Darnall Defeated by D. R. Hunt for Office of Commissioner of the Revenue?Lawrence 8. Davis, for Treasurer; T. R. Tillett, for Oity Sergeant; E. S. Wingfield, for Constable; Joel H. Cutchin, for Trial Justice; G. JL T. Greer for Issuing Justice, Received . Majorities Are Democratic NomineesNomination is Equivalent to Election?But Two Incumbents Defeated? Many Names on Ballot Delayed the Oount and it Was Long After Night Had Fallen Before the Result Was .Known?8. 8. Brook*, for Clerk of Courts, and Everett Per^ kins, for Commonwealth's Attorney and T.-D.-Shu-mate, Issuing Justice, District Number One, Had No Opposition. DEEP INTEREST IN VARIOUS CONTESTS With a vote polled which surpassed even the highest estimates of persons who revised their figures from time to time as voting progressed, the' Democratic primary to nominate candidates for , eity offices to be voted on i...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 June 1913

hour and bride, of if cuMti tbla if the Winding L^?1 ?tr*mc g ?*? Vlr^cUa y** ^ * fWBll. FVlnrrfoti tf ?5 ? ??twli! Iimiw la th<> *.7 ??*?*? at that Wo Mntloaal HiflOTmcnf in ,**f* WT> P?? on shorter ?Btoir tho p?st month . ?>t tho VhiTlnUn W1*r "Wto addition* to ita 2^*** ~ U?utJb*v wU1 haT" ??fly dmible tbel.- present cv - to th<. bulldm*. . " angftaln aa tbera ' ????wtUliisnew on the rt**L.*222IM7 om?uu to dv,< ?yy ?* to IhfM oonBL iS^r^nr"-,? th- * will b<l X largi* ?jar i<atfcta.t th# b ?a*n* Private Sr.** mop the ?*o undertook Nlrt tat <Ukd to Mfiira an 7-ry0?- J1 to. iwbahle that gt tLyfi. pot FW to over ?re?r^the completion of tho raoaahare made for the re?<e*Mef tho offleea in the ?tTt=C tho public another ? CM rran Mr. TUlrtfc To WMr at Tho World-News: X dintie to thank yon. and through m th* good people of Roanoke, par-1 I MMy tho nloa voter* to whom I ??? wmmetk ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 June 1913

That Myiteriou* Sundae Have You Tried it? J ^ ,7 The New Soda Special?Itfs Great, only 10c SPECIAL?With each KY8TZBIOT7B SUNDAE, we give you, free, two coupons good for^ two chances on a 5-pound box Kern's Special Mixed Chocolates and Bon Bona ? given away free every Saturday at 10 p. m. Dou't fail to come in and try this New Soda Special?Everybody Likes It If you want the best Soda Water, served in the most up-to-date way, all the latest drinks, and old ones, too, come to McGee's. Special Today?Peach Sherbet, made from fresh fruit. Pineapple Frost, Raspberry Sundae, made from ( fresh fruit; ice Cream Soda, all kinds Sundaes. Come in?make Our fountain your headquarters. McGEE'S PHARMACY KSKKSV HOT FOE NOTHING, r BUT FOB YOUR MONET'S WORTH" DO WE DESIRE YOUR PATRONAGE. . Let Us Prove It to Too. rauErmni in. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. Delightful Drinks Hot weather ia here, and to make your meal* more enjoyable or to serve your* friends well, run your eye over this list, and.phono us: Lake...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 June 1913

POSTAL, *T AMI'S. It la a matter of much congratulation great relief and ventral attliftrtloa that much red tape la being unwound and discarded aa far aa postal lawa and regulations are concerned.. About two year. ago the apecial delivery stamp waa dlacarded aa ob-' ligatory for ton centa worth of any1 kind of atampa and the worda "apocial delivery." plainly written, ^he new j ?Her of thing. waa of ra?t aaal*tanc< : to tha public. Special delivery atampa www not a! way a obtainable and there-, fore Important matter waa often held over to await the purchase of the determinate atamp, or elae sent perforce, auhjevt t" ragu I ar mall conditions and de'aya With the result that ten one rent. two cent, two five cent or ?*e l*? cent (ordinary) atampa mlaht t v and Indicated as apecial de- 1 ?livery. a great convenience resulted. ' Within the laat week the Poet Ofllc* {department haa abollahed apeclal reg- / i latry atampe. allowing inatead the use |r ot ordinary atampa. This will...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 June 1913

Lot tho Children Have the Benoflt nt a Piano?If you f??*l you ranDot afford * plaiio at Ihla tlmo p?rhapa you would Ilk* lu renl o?? from month la month and at any ttma you would Ilka to ? purchaa* th? tnetrumen) . wa will allow what you have paid for rental to apply on tho purchaao price. Coul4 anythtn* bo fairer? Roanoke Maoio Co. -wo NrmcH to mow,1* O. T. iRNNINM, Mr. 117 W. Campbell Ave. tfarrted la P1M?rU?li< Lynchburg, Va. June tl.?At tho of Mr. C. A. Wo mark In PHteyicounty Wertneaday, hie 4?u|htnr Hell*. wen married to Mr ?if Uwporia. Mr Ueajemtn Rmporla wan beet man end Peeblae, of LawrenwitllU, of honor. After n trip to N. f.. they will live at amthe iroom la cathler of ftaak. ABSOLUTELY FREE I A Shetland pony and otitic earnpWle. to the boy or *lr| un?1*r 16 yeare who pete the mm t voire by Auguet 10. ?very jn>niiv eprnt moene one vote. KECK lit I rhlflT A <"ANUT pfior. inc. Have you ueod Dr. Fahrney'e TethInp Byrup? It la the whole thin*....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 June 1913

"fee "Staying of "Pitifully Pretty" Mamie Cunningham and the 'Voodoo Mystery" Concerned with the Murder o? KateScharn. rtWffckt. tail. b? tS? .\>? Tort it top speed through Second ?rroM, Ney York, a tall, rowgh looking man bumped into attd aim oat knocked over iltoc" Henry Tyler, who was at a ml in* in front of hia Urn it atore, at N? 574. There ?m never a word of apology, aad the strangely acting man contintlM uptown through Second avenue with do regard for the safety a* comfort of pedesTeas. "Doc" Tyler waa angry, and. betV "J** B,*n acting rery suspiciously. He might be a anealrthief. the apothecary thought, ao he started in pursuit at ^e fugitive to halt. Many persaa* Joined-the chaae. and afier a lively j ?w of about aix blocks a policeman man-1 to collar the quarry. The man waa harrying home to an ill *"?' ?a?d. Bnt the policeman started to walk back with him in the direction 9* Idler's drag atore Just to make aure that Nothing had happened. At the eor-i **r ???t Th...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 June 1913

AYERS DEFEATS ROANOKE MRS Richmond. Vs.. Junt >0?Special? Ayere hurled on* of the but itmu of hl? carear this afternoon, giving Roanoke but two hlu, Richmond winking three to on? Oinn. the first man to face Ayer* singled and stole second. In the third Olnn again sent a lonu fly to centtr. Kberts came tearing in to try and cat the bail on the fly. It (ot by him and went for a home run, the <fnly run the Tigers could get across. The only, other man to reach first bass vii Gardin, who batted for Perfyman, In the ninth and waa ?afe when Laval muffed his fly. P?rryman, the world's greatest hard luck pitcher, did fine work and had thlnga his own way until the slath. Mace alnitled and Ayera bunted, I'erryman shot the ball to Hpy for a force out and Spy muffed It. With two an. Plea bunted at ferryman, who jog. fled, and the bases were drunk. LavsI pepped to Spy. but Hresnahan hit to renter, scoring Mace and Ayers. In the eighth Pies duplicated Ulan's stunt and made a c...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 June 1913

Jpflfi*~- ? :.- P.' ? ? The Mecca For the Lovers of Dancing OUNTAIN PA THE ELECTION IS OVER ?Hit It and Take Your Wife or "jfaest Girl to UNTAIN PARK The People's Play Ground ? Bill at CASINO Next Wesk Latimore-Leigh Company WILLPRESENT "The Strange Adventures of Miss Brown" ?;v JAn English Comedy Seat Sale Now on Barnett-Schenk'$ Drug Store ' ? ! The nights are hot now. Take a ride on the Rolfer \\ Coaster and enjoy the cool breezes wafted from the mountain. n J Fine Investments DEEDS RECORDED I % HERE THIS WEEK i Tha following; deed* of btrftln and |Al? war* admitted to record m ? tha office of dark of tha courts durtnf the weak ended Friday, Jane >9: C. X. Armee and wife, to J. H. Bear **at itrte Franklin Road M0.1 feet ?noth of Wooda avenue. l4.NI.7i. H. C. Berne* and wife, to City of Roanoke. No. 1. beginning 110 feet Trom Southweet corner Day avenue ?nd Seventh afreet: No. I, North aide of allay, aouth of Day avenue. 114 feet Xortheaet from aald alley and Seventh&am...

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