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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 April 1890

Ja/fiif ?itties-?egisfft (Consolidated August 1&, 1888.) FIUDAY, APRIL 4, 1890. oil AS. D. DBNIT, Editor. FRANK. O. WEBBER, Associate. SIX MONTHS. T1IE WONDERFUL PROGRESS OF SALEM, THE " (JUEEN CITY" OF THE SOUTHWEST. Tho growth of cities Is usually reckoned by decades; in special casos, by single years. Our progress is so rapid, as to require a summing up by months, instead of by years. We havo now como to the half-year milo poet since the organization of the Salem Improvement Company, Octoteor. ?, 1889, and we pause t-^ survey a record of progress far ozceeding the brightest hopes?we might say. tho wildest dreams?of the most sanguine of the promoters of this remarkable development. It was not until the astonishiog salo of lots made by the Improvement Company, Dec. 11th, that our people wore fully aroused to a sense of their coming prosperity. Then followed tho organization of other strong companies with which aro identified from all sectlous men whose very names are gu...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 April 1890

%ahm FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1890. Kntered at the Poatcfflce, lo Salem, Va as seoond-olaas matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS galena, Virginia. ATTKAOTINCI INVESTORS ANI> MANUFACTURERS. Salem, the capital of Roanoke county, is la the heart of the Hoanoke Valley, tho " Switzerland of the South." Lying between the Blue Ridge and the Aileghanlcs, 1,100 feet above the sea level, Us climate Is bracing and healthful. It la an old, solid townpopulation 3,000; moral, intelligent, refined society; excellent schools; churches of five denominations; scat of Roanoke College now In Its 37th year; and is provided with a good system of water works. It Is on the main line of the Norfolk and Western Railroad, sixty miles west of Lynchburg. The Baltimore A Ohio will soon be extended from Lexington to Salem, a gap of 54 tnlles already partly graded. Abundant Iron ores near the town ; a furnace, capacity 120 tons a day, Is In course of erection. Coal, coke, and wood In abundance, and all conditions favorable f...

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

I Mood tip for Him. i " Do you think your lister likes me, Tommy V" ?? Yts. 8ho stcod up for you at dinnor." "St<xx] up for me ? Was anybody eeying anything against mo?" ** No, uothln' much. Father said he i hought you were a good de*l of an a?g, but pis right up and Baid you wasn't, and told father he ought to know h< ttor than to iudge a man by his looks." IN LIFE WORTU LIVING T Not if you bo through tho worM a dyspeptic* Dr. Ackfr'H Dyspepsia Tablets are ? positive cure 1??r tho worst forms oi Dyspepsia, indigestion, Flatulency and Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by Dlllard A Pereinger, Druggists, Salem, Va. 12 15A lot of curious information is sometimes looked up in the most common words of expression. "By Jimmuny " has reference to the old cluHsii-al Gemini. Odd as this is, however, few men Ihiuk of it when they call on Jimmeny or some of his profane relations alter smashing their nails with a tack-hammer. THAT TERRIBLE C0C7QH In the morning, hurried or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 April 1890

* FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 11. 1890. Ja/em %imes-?t$i!:ttr. (CONSOLIDATED.) UBLI8HED EVERY Fn day morning. At 9I.OO I*or Year, STRICTL Y CASH IN A D VANCK. If not paid t'w advance 52 wUl be charged. T.CRABTREB. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEBIT & WEBBER, Pabllnhorii i*n?l proprietor*. PROPKNRIORAL VABIMI. ?)R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, VIRGINIA, Offers Ills professional servlcea to the P'xblU. Offloe opposite court-house wbove Cx. Uonina't Jewelry Store; K?ltoST1. T7?si?oBiTfec4!5?l i? (CtWl&ieofCbW?i*4w ofKj% York '-TlAnt\H^7\ jfPV" Haviur l>ernbRn?itj5Hoea.ed in Halem, respeoUUlIy offer* Rlfc professional services to the public. ... *?k.Oi11oe and residence nt Mr. II. J. STBTitiW resldon e ou Main- utrwt, h Kalnm, Ya. 6 17-ly UWTKRH. ;t:p:houtx, Attornevat-Law, Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.. Will practice In Roanoke and adjoin ng counties. Prompt attention t<> all bmineaa entruated to him. mar 23-ly JAMES W. PALM Kit, ATTORSKY-A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 April 1890

fulfill gimts-gjlrgistft Kill DA V AI'lilL 11, 1890. cha8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. webber, Associate. Ulwwolutiou of* ? o-Fartuerablp. The, firm of Crabtree, Denit ?Jfc Webber, publisher* of the Salem TimesRegister, has this day been dissolved by rnu.ual conseut, J. T. Crabtree retlrir.g. The business will be continued by Chas. D. Denit and F. G. Webber, who will pay all debts contracted by tlio old firm, and receive all monies due the same. J. T. Crabtree, Ciiab. D. Denit, F. G. Webber. Salem, Va., April 7, 1890. Having sold my interest in the Salem Times-Register newspaper and job printirgcstablishment to my former partners, Chas. D. Denit and Fr.'nk G. Webber, who will con tinue the business with their accustonud vigor, 1 heartily commend the new firm of Denit & Webber, to alt our old patrons and the public generally. J. T. Crabtree. Salem, Va., April 7, 189#. As will bo seen from the above we have purchased the entire plant of the Times-Register, including the boo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 April 1890

?aUm $imts-$egister. FRIDAY. APRIL It. 1890. Kutered at the PtwtolUoe, In Salem, Va as second-class matter.] LOCAL AFFAIPS Another Kiwi riant. We have learned on tlie Ix'rt authority that another big steel plant, with a roll. Injf mill attached, will mo^t probably h laeated in Salem. We want it ; ami. if Salem gets a fair chance to M>eura it. we will h?v? it; for our p ople are ?l**t**rmSned to build np the city, and there!* plenty of money here to secure alra?*?t anything. And our B<>ard nf Presld* nts are the men to carry the largest pr j? cts forward to success. Od tlie 29th of this month there will lie an entertainment given In the town hull by the Matinee Musical. A Rolling Mill Auored. The Board of Presidents of our various land companies held a meeting this week and fully determined to subscribe the amount necessary to build a rolling mill to make bar iron and shapes. This will employ at least 250 men and will be one of our most important indu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 April 1890

MY DELIVERER. The fallowing story was told by un old settler of the White IIIHb, many years ago. lli? namo wms Damon Clark, and lu\ and his father before him, well into a hundred years made the region north of the mountains their home. 1 will give the story as near as I can remember in hi* own words, as ho told it one evening when we sat out in front of tho farm-house, with thcgreat Presidential Uungo?Washington, Jefleison, Aduuie, Monroe and others?rising before us bathed In bright moonlight. " l was born on this, farm here," he said, by way of beginning. "The old cabin stood out yonder, where you can see those big m.vplw. My father uih one of tho tlrst to find his way up here, coming through the notch from tho neighborhood of tho seashoro down by Portsmouth. I was about twenty-five years old, and had bjen married four years, when the adventure I am about to relato chanced to roe. ?? One morning, in the month of September, I t jld my wife that I whs going into tho woods for a day's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 April 1890

. VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 18. 1890 NO. 48. ? < * ?i ?[iineB-i?eqixUr. (CONSOLIDATED.) UBLI8HED EVERT FIl. DAY MORNING, At 91.BO Per Year, 8TRJCTL Y CASH IS ADVA NCR. If notpaid m advance 92 will be charged. T. CRABTRBK. CH A3. D. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, r?t*llah*r? m? l?r#pr?et?M. PBOrKKNIONAI. fAHim. J^R. OSCAR WILEY, 8ALBM, VIBGINI A, Offer* hi* pretesalunai seivloes to th* tublleOflc, oppUefiA^.rV-bow* above Mr. Benlng's Jewelry Store: ?*4d- !? ?oe, Mr. iimiah Simmons'. J^K. T. L ROBERI SON, (Gr*du*t? of D?1 *sr?itv of H?w Tork?Clua 1877), Havln* pern.anently located In Salem, mpMlfnlly offers his profenslonal services to the public. and rMldmre kt Mr. H. J. Stkvbmi' reeiden e ou Main street, Salem, Vs. B 17-ly J. LAWTF.BN. P. HOUTZ, Attor n?v"at"Iaw, JSalem, Roanoke Co.% Tn., Will practice in Roanoke and adjoinng counties. Prompt attention to nil nuslnees entrusted to nlm. mar23-ly AMkH W. PALMER, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 April 1890

??/??/ @in(ts-?egistH FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1890. OHAB. D. DBNIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Asaoalate. A BIG SALE DAY. ftalem AUructloK InTnton From Far and Near. MANY NEW LOTS BOLD AND MANY CHANGING HANDS?STOCKS ACTIVE. If a former resident of Salem could have returned, aflor a >ong absence, to witness the exciting peon oh on our streets on Tuesday, the 16th, he would have found it difficult to believe that this was indeed the same place ouee known as the quiet " City of Peace." For is it not hard for us who have watched this wonderful transformation in a half year, to realize fully what it means and still more what it promises? If, bewildered by the crowds of strangers and the number of handsome equipages dashing through our streets, this former reside; t were to inquire the cause of all thvo astonishing activity, he would havo been told that thh was the second big salo of lots by the Salem Improvement Company, the most successful organization of Its kind ever formed in Vitg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 April 1890

patent FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1890. Kate red at iha Postoffloe, In Salem, Vs as second-olasii mutter.] LOCAL AFFAIB3 SPECI AL_N0TICE!! ' The partnership heretofore ex 1stins between Crabtree, Denit A Web ber having been dissolved by the retirement of Pr<?f. J. T. Crabtre? we earnestly call upon all who know themselves indebted to the Timrh Register to come forward and set lie at once. Failure to do so will compel us to place the accounts in the hands of an officer for collection. We hope, however, that all Indebted will settle without any such proceedings, which would be unpleasant to ua. Yours respectfully, C. D. Denit, F. O. Webber, Successors to Crabtree, Denit A Webber. Taxes ! Taxes 1!?The corporation taxes for 1889 are now peat due and mutt be paid. Pleaae come forward and eettle My office Is with Frier, Webber A Denit real estate agents, In Orlts block. ap 18-tf J. B. Faisu, 8. T. S. Lost.?On Monday evening, between Harvsyoutter'e tan-yard and East bridge, in Sal err, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 April 1890

GROWTH OF SALEM llN ivxsT AM? PKISKMV ITS future A success. A ISivt* IiiiIiinU} hi??I Knlrrprlnf. ITS LOCATION A MOST DKSIRABL* ONE, AND T1IE DETERMINATION OF ITS PEOPLE TO UTILIZE ITS SPLENDID ADVANTAGES. Mr. Geo. P. Button, the genial edi tor of the Roanoke Evening World, ppent ft (ley in Saloro last week, and contribute a long article about Saleiuto hia excellent paper on Tuesday, from which wo make the extracts below! We never visit Salem, that upon entering it the couplet fromi Goldsmith. "Sweet Auburn, lovelieetviliage of the plain," fails to occur to us. ,l Beautiful for eitualion," it is surrounded by a country unsurpassed In fertility, and by views ol lofty mountains and a broad and lovely valley, through - bich the beautiful Roanoke, like a sheen of silver, quietly glide# on its way to the sea. There are a number of points In the town from which entrancing views of the whole country may be obtained, notably Cemetery hill and the reservoir. But the hill just above the hotel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 April 1890

VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 25. 1890. NO. 49 tn t\,? , uppftnltc < urt-K?itt2?wV> .. honlng'n Jewelry Storer Kwl-. J# ?c0. Mr. Joalah SlmmnnN'. augS-t? Sgnlem ?'imts-|fegixler. 'CONSOLIDATED.) OBI 18HED EVERY ft-" It 1> A Y M O II Ml N O . A.t $il.OO Per Vear, STRICTLY CASH /A* /I I) VA NCK. If not paid m advance $2 will 6e charged CH AS. U. DENIT. F O. WEBBER iENIT & WEBBER l*nH!|iih*rw ????! HMjrlrtei*.' UWTKNN. . H O U T X . Attomev"at"Law, TJli. T. L UOBERlbON, (Grmdnat* of Onlv?r?itY of New York?01*88 1877), Ilavlntr permanently loomed in Sh1<mh, reeperifullv offera hi* profoMHiomtl *??r ?i?*on to 1 he public. ?S*-" 'flh-e and re*iden<-e at Mr. II. J Hti-vknh' re*lvlen o on MhIii Mt^e^t, jiiWll, V?. 6 17 1v Stifrm, iitmtiokf f'o.. 17?.. Will priu'tlro in Koauoke ami <?iljci|n utt (Hiiinlii**. Prompt attention to nil nnHin)H>? iMitrnxlt'il to bim iiihi 'i;<-1 v J AMI 8 XX I' a I. *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 April 1890

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1890. OHA8. D. DBNIT, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. SHOULD SOT BE NEGLECTED. During the rush of business activity that now prevails in Salem, the importance of having a good city government should not be overlooked, and we beg to remind our people right here that In order to vote at the approaching May election for town officers it is necetsary that each voter register in his respective wi.rd. On the fourth Thursday in May the people of Salem will have to elect seven Counciimen, who will serve two years, and they In turn will elect a Mayor and City Sergeant. We think now, as we have always thought, that a partizm fight hould not be made for our town officers, but that representative men of both political parties should be chosen, who will tee to it that onr city government is not perverted to partlzan ends. Especially should this state of affnirs be avoided now, in our pres ont stale of development. To that etui we suggest that a mans meeting of our citizens ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 April 1890

?ahm gimes-gegister. FRIDAY. APRIL 25, 1890. ?ntared at the Postotllce, In Malem, V? as leoond-clsss matter.] LOCAL APFAIP8 SPECIALNOTICE!! Tbe partnership heretofore exist log beiwcon Crublrw, Dpnit A Web ber liHvIni; b?vn di^mlvwl hy the retirement of Prof. J. T. Crabtree we earnestly call upon all who know themselves Indebted to the Times Register to come forward and set tie at once. Failure to do so will compel us to place the accounts ii> tbe bands of an officer for collection. We hope, however, that all indebted will settle without any such proceedings, which would be unpleasant to oa. Yours respectfully, C. D. Denit, F. Q. Webber, fluwwore to Crab tree, Denit A Web ^ %01 Taxes II?The corporation are now past due and mn*t ' Plsesecome forward and settle .jloe Is with Frier, Webber A Denit ^al estate agents, In Oritx block. ap 18-tf J. B. Frikr, S. T. 8. --?T-T ' ? The Orchestra, specially trained for tbe 41 Gypsy Concert," will be one of the <so?t attract...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 April 1890

<j>eneral Kewn Kotes. A Vienna baker in Advertising bin business by putting a gold ducat lu oue loaT out of every 1,1)00 tlint bo bakes. The people in tho poor suburb wbero hi* sh-?p Is situated fairly light to buy the loaves. I lio fiult crop promises to bo unusually large in California this year, aud ?* tho greater part of it will probably be dried, as growers there have learned by oxperieuee that dried fruit pays better than canned." Miss Pb<rbe Maybery, rf Casco, Me , a polled h beautiful funeral last week by coming to her senses alter lour davs of auapeuded animation in time to dismiss th* relations aud irieuds who had astern - bled to attend her funeral. Miss Maybery Is eighty years old. The Lutherans of Roanoke will erect s 990,000 church in that city. People from Southwest Virginia say thnt General Mahono is in tbat section of the State prospecting for profitable ! investments. In tho House Saturday Mr. Ruchauau of Virginia, presented a petit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 May 1890

VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 2. 1890. NO. 50 ?nlem fgimes-^tgisfer. (CONSOLIDATED.) UBLI8HBD EVERT F R DAY MORNING, At Sl.QO Per Year. STAICTL Y CAJSII IN AD VANCE. 1/ not paid in advance 92 will be charged. CKAS. D. DENIT. F G. WEBBER DENIT & WEBBER PBOFBMIBOl OSCAR WILEY, 8AL1CM, VTBGINTA, Offers bin prole**'. *i?ai servlo** to the (ublle. Offloeoppoetteooait-bou.?H above Ir. Benlng't r> Store: R??l > ?<?, Mr. Joelsb SlmmonR1. augS-tl J^JR. T. L. R0BERT80N, (Gradual* of University of New York?01ms 1377), Havinar permanently located in Salem, respectfully offers his professional services to the public. %r*_Ofllee and residence at Mr. H. J. Htivkkb' residen e on Main street, Salem, V?. 6 17-ly LAWYKM. J P. IIOUTZ, Attornev-at-taw, Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.% Will practice in Roanoke and ailjoinm* counties. Prompt attention to all business entrusted to him. mar23-ly JAMES VV. PALMER, ATTORN ET-AT-L AW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. JB^Offick ? College avenue....

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

^aletif ?utfes-^egist^ FRIDAY, MAY 2* 1890. OHAS. D. DBNIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. ? '4 ';V i Im- ^ ^ t . *? A SLANDER REFUTED. A correspondent of the Lynchburg Advanceof yrsttrday, writing froni Pulaski, ways : ,4A shrewd business man of Salem wrote to his friends hero to buy all the lots they wanted for building purpose* immediately, as the boom was waning in his section, and all eyes were turned upon Pulaski as the central point ofSouthwest Virginia. Of course this made our people jubilant.'* A more infamous falsehood has rarely boen uttered. So far from possessing a scintilla of truth, the interest in everything that concerns the welfare of Salem is daily on the increase. We have no knowledge whatever of the author of this falsehood, but if he hai! lived in Una days of Aunanias and Sapphira he could hardly have failod to meet their fate. REED OX NATIONAL ELECTION LAW. In hia speech on Saturday before the American Republican Club of Pittsburg, Speaker Reed responded ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 May 1890

$nleni fames-tfeflistrr. FRIDAY. MAY 2. I8W. MJntersd *t th? P<?tolBc?, In Sslem. V? 4?oi)D<l-ol??x matter.] looal affaips KeglMter! HegltHf*1 ! ! It I* of the nim?*?t Importance In 'he intfrci of good government. that ther.should be a full reglstration o! the qualified It Is equally Important witl. speculators luteal estate or the sale of ??corner lots'*; for by this uct ami tliat of voting on the part or all good citizens can proper government (that makes land valuable) be maintained. We tegret to learn that bnt few have performed this duty, and as the time allotted for Its performance ends one week from next Tuesday, the Importance of Immediate attention to it is clearly seen. Do not fail to register, and the sooner it Is done tbe belter. TaxehITaXEs !! -Tlu> corporal ion torn for 188P are now past due and must be paid. Pleaaeoome forward and settle My oflftoe la with Frier, Webber A Denlt real estate agents, In Crit* block. ap is tf J. B Kkikk, 8...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 May 1890

A Flirtation Cans9? Death. Nkw Yokk, April 20.?Jito. II. Griffin, a tailor, 25 yeats of age, who ilvos on the top Moor of the tenement No 104 Bayard street, was Hitting on the roof this after* noon, wlieu he began a flirtation with Rome young womeu on the roof of 63 Mott Street. They beckoned him oyer, and he went up the stairs of No 61 Mott street, but finding that the women were on the adjoining roof, he tried to climb across a picket fence which runa along the top of the shaft between the houses. Some one warned him to be careful, but he answered that he was all right. Suddenly the railing broke when be was half way across, and he fell into the shaft, a distance of six stories. He was instantly killed. Khiloh'a Consumption Cure. Thi* in beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses invariably core the worst cases of Cough, Croup, Bronchitis while it's wonderful success In the cure of Consumption la without a parallel in the history or medicine....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 May 1890

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 9. 1890. NO. 51 $ale<ti ?imes-?$egixttr. (CONSOLIDATED.) UBLISHED EVERY Pll DAY MOllNINO, At 91.B<> Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance f'2 will be charged. CHAS. D. DKNIT. F G. WEBBER. DENIT & WEBBER PnbllaVtera a??* Proprietor*. PROFKNRIOXAI.CARDN. ?)&? OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, VlBGINlA, Otfkn IiIm professional seijrioes to tli? public. Office opposite court-couse above Vr, Ren lug's Jewelry S*ero: K?l* x"??- _ r&g DR T. L. ROBERTSON, (Qradnata of UoiTaraltv of Htv'Yoxk?Olan 1877), Havin<r permanently located In Halem, respectfully offers his professional serricos to the public. tR^Office and residence at Mr. II. J. Stbybivs* residen- e on Msin street, Salem, Va. 5 17-ly LAWTERN. P. HOUTZ, Attoraev-at-Law, Salem, Roanoke Co., Va., Will practice in Roanoke snd spoiling counties. Prompt attention to all business entrusted to ulm. ...

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