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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 January 1890

galem @imes-i$effisltr. FRIDAY. JANUARY 24, 1890. Kntered at the PoatolBoe, In 8alein, Va ah seooud-olaaM matter.] LOCAL AFFAIBS A Prrtt; Marriage. The Virginia House, In this place, the home of Mr. P. Read, was the scene on Tu-sday evening last of a pretty mar rage, the contracting parties being hi* amiable and only daughter, Miss Mary, to Mr. W. II. ShuflT. one of our most popular and prosperous young merchants. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. S. Hutchinson, of the Methodist church, with the bride and groom, and their atten Ian to, Messrs. R. II. Ilawllngs and M. A. Shu IT, standing beneath a beautiful marring)- bell of ferns and Ivey leaves, suspended from the celling. The bride was becomingly attired In a gray Henrietta, plush and ribbon trimming*, with hat and gloves to match, pearl ornaments. The groom waft at his handsomest, dressed in the conventional black. After the ceremony, which was witnessed only by the relatives and a few Invited guest*, the company were invited...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 January 1890

A HEROIC SARCASM. In the Homo of Reprw nt .tives a few daysago Hon. Aiii"* J- Cum- ,' ming*, of New York, created a sen- ? sation by a resolution proposing a heroic bronze ?tntue of "Samuel J. Tilden. nineteenth president of the United States, elected but not seated," and referring to this proposition the Baltimore Hun editorially com inentsas follows: No Dim cftii deny tlia Mr. Tilden was elected the nineteenth President of the Uui ed routes, but not seated, and It 1m bringing houie to the Republicans a wholes* me truth to remind them of it occasionally, particularly at a juncture like the presont, when they are credited with meditating further invasion of the constitutional rights of the States and the people by interfering with their local election "methods in the choice of representatives in Cougress. It is not imagined that Mr. Amos J. Cuunmings In now calling ui> ths spectre of 1878 in the Fifty-first Congress has any other object iii view than to remind the party i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 January 1890

ga/e/n gimts-^egisler. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY M O II N I N G , At ?l.BO Per Yeur, 8TRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCR. JJ not paid in advance f2 will be charged T. CRABTHEE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. BRABTREE, DEliiT & WEBBER, Pabllihem nnrt I'roprlrtor#. ?55?f???PROfRMION A I. ?AHIW. D R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, VIBGINIA, Offers bin pretentions) not vices to the Rublle. OfHoe oppositeoourt-houae above Ir. Renioic's Jewelry Store: RonI(M, Mr. .Jewish Simmons'. *n?r? tl D R T. L. ROBER ifcON, (Qrmdaale of Uaivoraltv of Now York?CIms 1877), Havinir permanently located in Ma lent, respectfully off*?rs hi* profusions! Horace* to the public. ?ft.) ?fliiit ?n<1 reoiden^e At Mr. H. J. 8tkv?>s" resi ten e on Msln Mf-eW, Nalem, Vs. 5 17 Iv ?iAWTKRN, J P. HOUTZ, Attornev-at-I-aw, >>kilrm, liotmoke CY>?, IVi., Will practice in Itoanoke sn<i adjoliii\K oountlon. Prompt attention to all riitrii?li>'l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 January 1890

jginies-gieflistw. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) PHI DAY, JANUARY 81~ 1890. CilAB. T>. OBNIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. IT IS BETTER TO BE FAIR. During the past year we have had several occasions to speak of the kindly feeling manifested by the pris* of Roanoke toward our prosperous city, as also the pleasant words and substantial aid rendered us by some of Us wealthy and enlightened citizens. This is as it should be, since between us there should be no antagonism, no rivalry, except a generous one. There Is rooui for both, aud a future which one cannot jeopardize for the other But at the same time wo have noticed evidences on tho part of certain others of a less kindly spirit. Tbit* has been specially- the case with correspondence for other papers by superservlcahle parties hI Roanoke. In a numnpr of instances items of interest, such as meetings of conveuiiona and other happenings have been given out in such a way as to create directly tho impression that they...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 January 1890

galtrn Register. FRIDAY. JANUARY 81. 1890. Entered at the Poatotlloe, in 8alem, V# as aeoond-olas* matter.] LOOAL -AjFIE'A.IIR.S THE NEW COMPANY. ORGANIZATION OF T1IB BAI.EM DBVttAJPMESTCOMPANY?OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ELECTED?CHARTER GRANTED?AIMS OF THE COMPANY ? Stock Taken RapWlj. In our issue of last week we announced that eight hundred acres o! the Martin farm, on the south nhle of the Roanoke river, opposite *.he Salem Improvement Company property, had been purchased, and that a new company would be or ganized to aid in the building up ot Salem. The organization whs effected at a meeting in Salem on the 24th instant, with the following result: President, A. M. Bowman, Saltvllle, Va.; Vice-President. O. L Stearues Salem ; Secretary, Thomas I. Pre* ton, Salem ; Treasurer, George W Palmer, Saltville. Directors: A M. Bowmao, George W Palmer, aiyCharles f. Palmar, of ijaliviilp; L 8 Calfee, of Pulaski City; O. L Steamer, Prof. J. T. Crabtree, Co'. R. H. Logan, Dr J. L. Steamer, and D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 January 1890

LovcVt Young l>rr<?n?. HOW M1KH I?K BWKRT'D IIOPM WERK HLASTKI) ijv tiik man ok II Kli CHOICK. Miss Do Swim l? Do you like pearls? Mr. Nicefellow?I do not care for separate penrls: they are too tame; but I admire them in rows or clus t' f r*. Miss De S.-Ho do I. If there Is anything I love, it in a pearl necklace? Ihijc pearls, you know. Pa gave tne one some ytars ago, and although it Is very handsome, I do not care much for it, btcause the pearls are rather small. Mr. N.?Oh! Small pearlea should not be put in a necklace. Only the largest size are worthy of such display. For my part, I much prefer diamond necklaces. Miss De 8.?Aren't they lovely! The pure white diamonds especially. Mr. N.?Yes. It's a pity, though, the colored diamonds are out of fashion; but.I think they are coming back. I saw a necklace to-day with every tenth diamond colored, and the tffrct whs wonderfully brilliant. It was nt Biflany's; quite cheap, too. B> the way, wili you marry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 February 1890

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 7. 1890. NO. 30. galem fflimts-jgegister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FltlDAY MOUNING, At 91.BO Per Year, STRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCR. J/ not paid in advance |2 will be chargcd. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. OENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PabllHhrn ??d Proprietor*. CBOFENNIOKAI. I'AHDN. ?> R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, VIBGINIA, OITirt his preteaalonal tervlom to the 5ubllr. Office opposite court-house above Ir. Ben tug's Jewelry Store; Resl<?e'?oe, Mr. Joslsh Simmons'. ?ug3-tf D H. T. L. ROBERTSON, (Grsdnttr of Universltr of How York?OUu 1877), Haviutr permanently located in Hsleui, respectfully offers his profeasional ser?loes to the public. lauOincp sixl rwlilcnre at Mr. II. J. Ntkvkdh' rwiden e on Main etreot, Salem, Vs. 6 17-ly LAWYKRN. J P. HOUTZ, Attornev-at-Law, Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.t Will practice iu Roanoke and adjoinag counties. Prompt sttentlou to all bfisinees entrusted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 February 1890

galtnt gintes-gegisftf. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1890. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. Ol'R INDUSTRIES. A Remarkable Record and an Encouraging Outlook. In this age of rapid movements when now cities are laid out and built in a brief period of time, we are apt to forget the lesson of patient industry taught in tho old proverb that "Rome was not built In a day." The building of a city is usually the work of years, of decadea, of generations, sometimes of centuries. Great operations in the Industrial world are usually the result of careful study and mature deliberation ; the establishment of important industries de mands ample time to satisfy the habitual caution of capital ; and few men change a business location or a place of residence endeared to them by years of tender home associations without taking into aecount the cost in money, as well as in disrupting pleasant and sacred relations. Wheu wo bear ail this in mind, and recall tho fac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 February 1890

j^alein FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1890. Entered et tbo Postoffloe, iu Salem, Va aa second-clasM matter.] LOOAL The Weather for January, 1890.?Dr. S. C. Well*, of Roanoke College, who has been appointed Voluntary Observer by the United States Weather Bureau, has sent In the following report for the mooth of January, 1890 : Jan. 11.?Highest temperature, 72 deg. Jkn. 17.?lowest 44 24.8 " Average 44 40.8 44 Total rainfall, .92 Inches. As a family medicine we cannot too highly recommend Laxador, the famous household remedy. It should always be kept on hand It regulates tbo bowels, cures diarrhtea, dysentery and wind colic; In fact Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup acts promptly and effectually In all cases. Thr Sick.?We are glad to learn that Mrg. W. U. whuff, who has been quite U1 for several days. Is now much Improved. The many friends of Mrs. A. N. Brown, who has been very sick for the past week, will be glad to learn that ?he Is now much better. We regret to loarn that Miss Maud, daughter of our old f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 February 1890

Tribute ol' Kotpecl to l?r. I>o?b. A DOITED 1?Y Til K HOARD Ol' TIU'8TKE9 OK ROANOKE COLLEGE, JANUARY lGrir, 1SIH). Wukreab, Notice of tho death of Kev. T. W. Dosh, D. D., at bis home in Burkittsville, Md., December 24th, and Whkheas, Dr. Dosh served this Board as a valued member faithfully and well for twelve years, and tbe College as President for one year, therefore, Itcsolved, 1st., That though sincerely sorrowing at the loss of one who in zeal, Intellectual interest and sympathy with all the aims and necessities of Roanoke College seemed so well fitted to advance its interests, wo bow in humble submission to this inscrutable act of Divine Will. 2nd. That we will ever honor and cherish the memory of his courteous bearing, the intelligence of bis counsel, his earnest purposes, and that high and Irreproachable Christian character which conditioned all his alms and activities In the work here which our hand9 find to do as elsewhere. :ird. That we tender to his family our...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1890

J HE SALEM TIMES-REGISTER-Extra. THE BOTTOM DROPPED OUT. The ridiculous Huit proaecuted hy K. A. Paraons and Iiin allien h gainst the Halem Improvement Company tiHH come to woeful grief. Not only has the Halem Improvement Com i any proved by many witneaaoH the treachery and fraud practiced hy E A. Paraona in obtaining the option from Captain S. F KIiiiiiioiih, whicn proof, it iH t-afe to way, would be huN tlcient to convict any man whn ua? being tried for bin lire, and against winch no Word of proof ha* been offered ; Htid not only is it proveji thai tne said K. A. Paraona CninpiiU) permitted their option ?o obtained by fraud? to expire without offering to comply with iw terms, but tt now turns out that the Southwe*t Vir gmia Laud Company, t<y whom lh?hum ih brought, i* no < ompuny tit at/. and had no legal charier until th< 10i n day of i lie preaeut month, not withstanding ttiey brought their auit Oil tth' -lln of May tail. It M iidu ii Inu" Hint a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1890

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA| FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14. 1890. ~ NQ> 40> Anient igiities-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) UBLI8HED EVERT PR>- DAY MOHNINO, At 91.OO Per Year, STRICTL Y CASH IS AD VA NCK If not paid in advance |2 will be charged T.CRABTREK. CHAS. D.DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, Publishers nnd Proprietor**. PKOrRMIORAI. CARDK. J^R. 08CAR WILEY, SALEM, vibginia. Offers bin professional services to the Subtle. Offlce opposite oourt-house hIk>v?> Ir. Bening's JewMry .Store: Reside ?ce, Mr. Joslah Slmmona'. atig.Vtf 1> R. T. L. ROBERTSON, (Gradual# of UnWarsitT of New York?Class 1877), Haviuir permanently I orated In Salem, respectfully offers his professional serrlcea to the public. ^guOfflce and residence at Mr. H. J. Stkvknh* residen e on Main atreet, Salem, Va. 5 17-ly LAWYERN. J P. HOUTZ, Attornev-at-Xjaw, Salern, Roanoke Co., Va., Will practice in Roanoke and adjolnng counties. Prom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1890

(Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1890. ] CHAS. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK CI. WEBBER, Associate. THEIR TIME XEXT. Recently there have appeared in these columns sketches of the character and lives of the men who are prominent in forwarding Salem's prosperity, aud we propose giving: in detail shortly, a sketch of each ano evory man engaged in the foul endeavor to hinder or retard her growth, (whether ho bo native or an alien) in order to secure a compromise from the .Salem Improvement Company. To all such we say, go it, vipers, you are gnawing a fife. The people of Salem will never, no never, under any circumstances, consent to pay Farsons, Bibb, Jordan & Co. one cent, though by doing so they could gain thousands. The Times-Register, and every ono connected with it, was born and reared among this people, and it claims to know them better than that. TLo truth, right and justice will prevail, and these are on the side of the people of Salem. A growing public ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1890

jjakm ?[imts-Register. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1890. Entered at the PoetofBoe, in Va as second-class matter.] XiOO-A-Xj AFPAIB8 ? Beginning Operations.?Mr. J. C. Specht. of Philadelphia, who will be the manager of the large steam tannery soon to be erected here by Messrs. I^'as A NcVltty, has arrived and U making preparations to have work commenced on the buildings as ?oon as possible. Wanted.?A business position by a young man of 2?5 yearn. Of one of the beet Virginia families, and oan give any number of recommendations from the best men In Ohio. My object is to get back to Old Virgin'*. Address bo* 800, Wilmington, Ohio. 2t "Give us a rest" cried a bootblack, from the gallery of the Opera House, to a party who had been constantly coughing during the performance. " Use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup" chimed in another. At this season of fast driving and accidents to man and beast keep Salvation Oil on hand. Coming.?The Filr.patrick family ?f merry-makers and swlsa btll singers . will give one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1890

The Proper Pronunciation. An ea^y cough, a littlo snooze? An influenzal tip, Which laughingly you toll your frle^Js Is nothing but "La CJrippe." A body full of brokon bones, A nose aud eyes that weep, ? mucous membrane wrong ul io out, Anil that is called "T* Orlppe." ServouN Uerangviiifnt and ConMlpation. After ye-ir? of suffering from nervous derangements and constipation, and after beiug treated by several leading physicians, frotn whom I obtained no relief, 1 was induced to try 8. 8. 8. Soon alter commencing its use, I found my appetite much improved, aud that the use of cathartics, which 1 had taken almost dally for twelve month*, waa no longer necessary. Since childhood I have been subject to sick and nervous headaches, but since December 1. 1888, at which time I commenced taking *.8.8. I have had only one attack, and that was when I neglectoil to take the Specltlc. I do not now have to take perpative medicines, J. A. Rmd, Boiling, Ala. Tormenting Nkin E>l?tease. Fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 February 1890

; *?y? T Y r-? SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 21. 1890. NO. 41. ?alem (gimes-jflegisttr. (CORSOUSITED.) UBLI8HED BVEET FH l> A Y MOUNING, At 81.50 Pop Year. STRICTL Y CASH IN AD VANCK. If not paid in,advance f2 ttrill be charged. T. CIHKTHKH. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. GRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Pakllibcn Mill Proprietor*. L 'A . _ . rtOFKMMMAL VAIM. I \R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, VIRGINIA, Otters bin proiesalonal eervloes ***** public Of^ >?.PpP Mr. Hon I eg** .fewdry Storfr* Rwj d* *oe. Mr. Ji?wiet? Simmon*'. aug8-tf J^R. T. L. ROBERTSON, (Qrsdssto of Uslvsrsltv of Mow York?Claw 1877), Uavimr permanently located in Nalem, respectfully offers his professional services to tho public. ^uOflice and residence at M r. H. J. Strvbns' retdden e oti Main street, Salem, Va. 6 17-ly LAWYKHN. pT houtz. Attornev-at-Law, Nalem, Roanoke Co., Va., Will practice In Koanoke aud adjoiniVk' counties. Prompt attention to all business entrusted to him...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 February 1890

galeiti l(?[hi(cs-$eaistft.! (Consolidated August 16,1883.) Fill DAY, FKDKUAKY 21, 1890. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. THE FACTS IN THE CASE. THE SUIT OF THE BOUTIIWE8T VIRGINIA LAND COMPANY AGAINST S. F. SIMMONS AND OTHERS. Homo time previous to the 12th of March, 1889, in the presence of Dr. E. A. Parwons (who happened to be present), Captain 8. F. Simmons verbally sold his tract of 5G7 aeres of land near Salem to D B. St rouse and T. J. Shickei for $100 an acre, onethird cash and (he balance in one and two years with interest from date, they purchasing it to bold as trustees for all who might unite with them on equal terms in forming a land improvement company for the development of the town of Salem. Dr. Parsons then ami there paid that be had no f >nu*- brt woitl*" aid -this enterprise Oy his personal services 8hortly afterwards Dr. Parsons met Capt. Simmons in Salem iftcJ asked for au interview with bite at tho Duval House. When there Parsons t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 February 1890

gxlem <?im*s-Register. PKIDAY. KEUItUAKY XI, IBM. Kntered at the Pontoffloe, in Salem, V* aa iwoq<1'o1mh matter.] LOCAL AFFAIB9 Wanted,?A business position by > a yvudk rim of 25 years. Of om of th*? best Virginia famlliee, and can glye any number of reoommendatlona from the beet men In Ohio. My object in to got back to Old Vlrgln<a. Addrees bo* 800 Wilmington, Ohio. 2t Our New Depot.?While In Roanoke last week President Kimball, of the Norfolk and Western railroad, raid to a Times reporter: 4,The first depot that j Is to be built will be at Salem. The people of that thriving town have already given us beautiful grounds, and we will commence the erection of the depot In about two week*. The plana and speel fjftatfr-n* for (hit have already been drawn up.ir ~~ The meequlto aa a public singer draws well, but never gives satisfaction. Sal^ ration OH however always g?tes sati?fac. Hqo in curing at once inject bites or an\ other sores or wounds...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 February 1890

IIWW *len rropose. Hero aro two kituis of " proposing." This is tho kiud you read about, but tho other is tho most popular in tho realm of fact: "My angel, I havo long waited for thin opportunity. You must have detectod ero now tho growth of my love for you. From tho day I first mot you that love took root, and to-uight it is strong and sturdy, unwavering, undying. Your sweet smiles have lighted up my life, your every word lias been to ine a note of exquisite music, thrilling, enthralling roe.? You have tilled a place in ray heart, In my affections, that no one has ever before occupied. My life-long happiness depends solely upon the answer you give mo. Bay you will be mine to love, caress, cherish, idolizo through time and eternity and make uie of all men most envied. But if you ref?Oh, 1 cannot I The thought is madness! You will be my wife? I seo the answer of your heart mirrored iu your lustrous eyee, you know I love you as no other man ever has loved you, or ever can love you, da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 February 1890

VOL. 24. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 1890. NO. 42. fulfill <ginu!s-%$tgister. (CONSOLIDATED.) UBLI8H&D EVERY F It DAT MOHNINO, JLt 91.5(1 Por Yew, STRICTL Y CA8H IN AD VA&OJS. JJ not paid m advance f2 wttt be ehargmd. T. CRABTRBK. CH AS. D. DIN IT (r. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, faibllibMr* itud Pr*frlcUr?. - ? ? I 1- 1 . . 11 1L1! 'i PBOrUMIONAL <'ARI??. J~)R. OSCAR WILEY, 9AI*&M, VIBUINIA, OtTera bis professional servioe* to the f Jffou oaponlteceart-houseabor.* Mx. Honing'* Jewelry Rtore: Rtvs!I* i?w, Mr. Jo?l*h Simmons'. augS-'.f T. L. UOBER I HON, 4Qrad?ataof Uslvsnitvsf Sew York?Olau 1877), Having permanently located Iu Salem, nap?MfulIj oflfor* his professional aer?icee to the public. kft.Offico ?nd rwideoce At Mr. H. J. 8t*v*N8' realden e on Main *tre*'t, Salem, Va. 5 17-ly LAWTKBN. J P. HOUTZ. Attornev"at"Law, Salem, Roanoke Co., Va., Will practice In Roanoke and adjo...

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