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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 January 1896

hat is CASTORIA 4 ? Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute) for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays fevcrislmess. Castoria prercnts vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and ("Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is the Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Casloria is an excellent medicine Tor chll ' .Ten. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." Dr. G. C. Osgood, _ Lowell, Mass. "Castoria is the best remedy for children of Vfhlch I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of tlieir chi...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 January 1896

HE TIMES. aVBHY*MOKHWa, BXUBPT MONDAY KOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., - vjpnbllohert and Proprietors, TIMB8 BUILDING. XJB OAXPBBLL AVEHUH 8. W. T15KMB US MALL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month. ? -M m tbree months.*-CU \? six months. 3.00 ** oneyear, In advance .... o.w nnday Bdltlon, one year .... 1.00 Tnn Tinas Is a momneT ot the Associated Press? ttie greatest nows-oollcctlngassociation in the world?end receives ovor a special wire the fall telegraphic news service ot the Associated l>rces?the e?mo news from all ovor the United States and the world that is elmnltaneonely re eelvedby theareatdaHlosotNew Yora, Philadel? phia and Baltimore._ JANUARY. 8 M T W T F S . l a s 4 60 7 mo 10 11 IS IS 14 15 10 17 18 io xo ai aa as ?4 as 26 a7 as ao so 31 ... I.ET WBLL KNOUGH ALONK. It is plain to those who have watched the proceedings of tho two recent Bes ? slons of Counoll for the consideration of the proposed amendments to tho city charter that there is not muoh unani? mity on that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 January 1896

After Christmas, Clearing At Cost And LaOSSn ebb? AI! the left-overs are ready to-day at very little prices. They are as perfect as when they first stepped into the store, and it would be very unwise raerchandM ig to carry them over to another season and ask you to pay full price for them So here they go on the bargain table, and among these things are some of the biggest bar? gains yen ever saw. -INOUR Millinery We are offering our entire stock at lesB than coBt. Trimmed IlatB that were: $15 00reduced to $7.50. 12 00 " G.OO. 9 00 ?? 4.50. 8 50 " 4.25. 8 00 " 4.00. 7.50 " 3.50. 6 00 ? 3.00. 5 00 ? 2.50. 4.00 " 2.00. Jackets, Jackets, Jackets, At your own prices?look at these figures?compara the quality and you will admit they are way below their value. $17.50 Jacket now $12.50. 10.50 ?? 12.00. 15 00 ?? 10.00. 13.50 " 9.00. 12 50 ? 8.50. 11.00 " 7.50. 10 50 " 7.00. 8 50 '? G.50. 5.00 11 3.50. We have r small lot of about 25 pairs of nll~wo<?l Blankets, slightly ooiled, at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 January 1896

I HAVE IT. One of those bouses Ellis Brothers are selling so cheap and on such easy payments* and think I see one that would suit you, in fact, they have them to suit any one. Hovr ure the following ? Good 9 room dwelling on Fonrtb ayenno n. e. Price $ <5>l; (3 C*aO, balance ?'< per month. Goad 7 room dwetllngon Seventh avenue n. e. Prlco $ 1,950; $50 cash, balance $13,511 per month. Oesirable residence on BIghth avenno, e. w., nine rooms, all modern improvements, good barn, buggy honte. Prlco $2,150; $160 cash, bal? ance $lti per month. Good 7 room restdonca oa Holiday street s. e., large lot Price $1,300; ?75 cash, balance $13.50 per month. Good 7-room dwelling on Tasewell avenue, a. e. Price $1,000; $10 cash, $10 per month. liest 8-room house in lielmont and best location. Price SMiO; $100 cash, balance $19.50 per mouth. Modern 7-room residence on Chapman avenue, WcstBnd. Price $l MO; $300 cash, balance on easy monthly payments. Strictly mo&am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 January 1896

THE MOUNTAIN. Largo chested giant, shadowing tho land. With lnzy limbs stretched out nt length, Covered with ehug and gnarled with strength, I watch theo day by doy, A hemlock hoar tho stuff of tby hago hand. Driving along tho accustomed upward troll j Thy flock? of mist thtit warn and even stray >l Across tho valol Pressing with sun browned body earth's greon couch, Tlio golden days of Rummor through, With hitlf veiled eyes of melting bluo O'er which tho shadows flit? "What dreams uro tblno, that with a roagto touch Thy spirit to contentment they beguile, And o'er thy brow, where ragged frowns might clt, Persuade a smile? When the empurpled curtain of tho ploorn Drops slowly from Its loosened cord, Across her rose Mushed terrace toward Tho purlleuB of thy rest, 2 watch tho figure of tho evening oomo. ? Ono h tarry brooch upon her shouTdor shining, And lean upon thy broad and loving breast, With arms entwining. IPnrden nri thou of all tho trooping stars. ' Through tho bas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 January 1896

an? OVERCOATS In Profusion and at Prices Unheard of. $10 Suits now $7 $12 and $15 now $10 $15 Will Purchase Cur $18, $20 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats. This is a bold stroke, but we must have cash. Hats, Shoes, Underwear, and all such things, go at half price. Don't be deceived by others. We have a reputation to sus? tain, ?THE? MEALS & BURKE Clothing Company. 102 Salom Ave. 205 Henry St. Mil in- Yourself Strong If you would rotihi pneumonia, bron? chitis, typhoid favor, and persistent coughs and cold". Thann ills attack the weak and run down system. They o&n find no foothold where the blood is kept pare, rich and full of vitality, the ap? petite good and digestion vigorous, with ?' Md'a Sarsaparllia, the one true blood ifier. on'aFn liver Ills, oonstipa b.iiou- dice, sick bead ' IS team "?one ju wisu . and wood u ws & Oo., 219 Sa, e the jingle of the bei. All of W. K. Androws & Oo. rare belled. If you want tbo bet?* . and wood in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 January 1896

?Ot. XIV.?No. 300 PKICK IUBSK (JEMS. ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 7, 1896. TIMES. VUXt. ASSOCIATED PBBHS TBfcKGBAMJS. AUL TBK NEWS OF IHK WOHLD. PTHB WEATHER. Forecast for virclnln: Fair, dad- ! dedly warmer, southerly winds. 'MrsHL8SS Than I Expectefl." That is what a customer said yesterday about our bill rendered for repairs to a roof We try to satisfy in work and charges. Soanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce Bt. ?nd Franklin Road. J. B. COLLINQWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phone ?28. Get Yourself and Your Family a CHEST PROTECTOR And be Protected. TgeSr*We have them in all sizes?Felt and Chamois lined. BIGHT CLERK. ? - . - 'PflOHB 193, CAPT. D. C. BOOTH Representing B. M. Button & Co , of Baltimore, will have hid full line of ?prlng samples thn first week In Janu? ary and invltos the inBpeotion of the trade. Sample rooms at HOTEL LEE, - - Roanoko, Va. IP3IS01D FOB DEBT. When Micawber wag iu prison for debt, he gave to David Copperfield a piece of advice wort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 January 1896

This cold spoil has boon hard on water pipes, and as a result a great number hate burst. Tue skating season is now on and a largo number of boys and girls wore en? joying the sport on the river yesterday. W. J. Olemonts, formerly a real estate agent of this town, but now traveling for tbe Wlnfreo Tobacco Company, is in town. Tho following officers have been elected by the Baptist Sunday-school for this year: W. R. Whlteacarver, su? perintendent; Judge W. W. Mcffatt, as? sistant superintendent; L. M Lee, treasurer; Hugh Carter, secretary; Car? ter Oliver, librarian. The Lutheran and Baptist congrega? tions nnited last (Sunday night In ser? vices at the Lutheran Church. Dr. J. B Taylor preaohed from the text: "A wise man's heart dlscerneth time." Next Sunday night both congregations will unite at the Baptist Cburoh. at which time Bev. O. A. Miller will preach. Immediately on recolptof the news of the burning of the Norfolk and Western office building at Boanoke, the Salem Improvement ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 January 1896

the new shortening, like all other things must be rightly used if you wish the best results. Never, in any recipe, use more than two-thirds as much Cottolene as you used to use of lard. Never put Cot tolene in a hot pan. Put it in when cold and heat it with the pan. Be careful not to bum Cottolene. To test it, add a drop of water; if hot enough, it will pop. Cottolene, when rightly used, delights everyone. Get the genuine, sold every? where in tins, with trade-marka?"Cottolene" and steer's head in colion-plajit wreath?oa every tin. Made only by" \ THE V. It- FAIRBANK COMPANY, ST. IAV1B and CHICAGO. THE WORLD-RENOWNED REMEDY For Cuts, Burns,* Bruises, Sores, Colds, Catarrh and ALL PAIN. POIfD'8 Z'XTJZ iC'JT is hiohlv recommended by physicians at an A.NTISEPX101 Icivo non-pttaonous, it can bo ward! as fretly aa desired. GENWtWE .NUTATIONS DO WOT 'BEAUTY it only skin dtcf." A clear, soft skin face and doubles ::s attractiv ncss. No complexion is so poor but that^fk its owner may eain a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 January 1896

THE TIMES. JBVBHY MOBRIKO, BXOBPT MONDAY liOANOKH PUBLISHING OO., Publishers and Proprletore, TIMSa BUILDING, VH 0AMPBB.LL A V EN UK B. W. TKRMB BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid). Dally, one month.? " Uueo months. ** elx months. ? ?ne year, In advance .... J.uu snday Edition, one year .... aJ? Tni Tikbs Is a manner ot the Associated Pioee-the greatost nowB-collectlng association In tbe world?and recelvee ovei a special wire trie tall telegraphic nowa service ot the Associated Press?the same nowe from all over the United State* and the world that la elmulttneously re? ceived by the great dailies or New Tor*. Phlladel ynla and Baltimore. _ JANUARY. 8 M T W T F S . l s 3 4 6 0 7 ? 9 lO 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 80 21 2? S3 84 85 30 27 28 29 SO 31 ... SENATE BOND BILL SUBSTITUTE. The Senate substitute for the House bond bill, ms agreed upon by the finance committee yesterday, on a vote of 8 to I will hardly receive the approval of the President even should the Houbo accept it. The bill, howeve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 January 1896

After Christmas, Clearing At Cost And All the left-overs are ready to-day at very little prices. They are as perfect as when they first stepped into the store, and it would be very unwise merchandising to carry them tver to another season nd ask you to pay full price for them So here they go on the bargain table, and among thsse things are some of the biggest bar? gains you ever saw. -IN OUR Millinery Department We are offering our entire stock at less than cost. Trimmed Hats that were: $15.00reduced to $7.50. 12.00 ? 0.00. 9.00 ?? 4.50. 8.50 ?? 4.25. 8.00 " 4.00. 7.50 ?? 3.50. 6.00 " 3.00. 5.00 ? 2.50. 4.00 " 2.00. Jackets, Jackets, Jackets, At your own prices?look at these figures?compnia the quality and you will admit they are way below their value. $17.50 Jacket uow $12.50. 10.50 " 12.00. 15.00 ?? 10.00. 13.50 '? 9.00. 12.50 " 8.50. 11.00 ?? 7.50. 10.50 ?? 7.00. 8.50 " G.50. 5.00 11 3.50. We have a email lot of about 25 pairs of all-wool Blankets, slightly soiled, atwcy below th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 January 1896

I HAVE IT. Ooa of those bouses Ellis Brothers are selling so cheap and on such easy payments, and think I see one that would suit yon, in fact, thoy hnvo thorn to suit any one. How are the following ? Good 9 room dwelling on Fourth avenue n. e. Pries $SSJ; .*s casb, balance $8 per month. Good 7 room dwelling on Bovenlh arenne n. e. Price $1,251; $50 casb, balanco $12.50 per month. Desirable residence on Eighth avenue, s. w., nine rooms, all modora improvements, good barn, buggy bonse. Prico $2450; $160 cash, oal ance SIS per month. Good'7 room re?ldencs on Holiday street s. e , large lot Price $1,300; $73 cadi, balance $13 50 per month. Good 7-room dwelling on Tazewell avenue, t. o. Prico $1,000: $10 cish, $10 per month. Itcst 8-roo in home In llelmont ami best location. Price $1,110; $100 casb, balanco $12.60 eer month. Modern 7-room residence on Chapman arenne, WestBnd. Price $1400; $130 casb, balance on easy monthly payments. Strictly modern 9-room residence on Jeffer? son street...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 January 1896

LOST ALL AT POKEK. PROPERTY NOW WORTH MILLIONS STAKCD ON FOUR QUEENS. Bow Nicollet Island, at Minneapolis, Pass? ed Out of Possession of Plerro Ilottlncau. His Connection With tho Early History of Minnesota. Thero recently died nt bis homo in Red Lako Fulls a man who was so thor? oughly identified with tho early history of Minuosota that to rolute it without mentioning hie namo wonld-bo like try? ing to mnke bricks without straw. This jiuiii whs Pierro Bottiuenn, tho offspring of u French father and un Indian moth-' er, und he possessed all tho characteris? tics uf both races. Mr. Bottiueau wns a native, of what is now North Dakota, having been born 12 miles west of tho plnco whoro Fargo, N. D., now stands. At tho time of his birth Lord Selkirk formed n colony of Swedes and Scotchmen near Fort Gsrry, nnd when Bottiueau was 10 yours of ago these people began un exodus for other points. Yonng ub ho wns, Bottiueau was nu experienced guido, skilled in wood 'nnd pruirio craft, and moro t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 January 1896

-IN SUITS AND OVERCOATS In Profusion and at Prices Unheard of. $10 Suits now $7 . $12 and $15 now $10 $15 Will Purchase Cur $18, $20 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats. This is a bold stroke, but we must have cash. Hats, Sh02S, Underwear, and all such things, go at half price. Don't be deceived by others We have a reputation to sus? tain. ?THE? Clothing Company. 102 Salem Ave. 205 Henry St. TIE OS RESTAURANT IN ROANOKE, AND THIS BEST IN AMERICA FOB THE PRICKS. ill the Delicacies of the Season Served at reasonable prices. The Tnble Is nl ways supplied with the best that is to be had-in the markets. SERVICE FIRST-CUSS. Besti parat? 'The only Restaurant In the city with a separate Dlnlsg Room for Ladies. Meal Tickets, 2i Meals, $4. Monthly Board $15. CA,T??-lTrS. We Want Yon to Know th*t we carrv the best line oi' STOVES in the city. Look at Them And be convinced. Our prices are right, too. ENGLEBY & BROTHER CO,, *lo. I Salem Avanue. JERSEY DAIRY CO. Milk. Tiuttor, Cream, Ica-O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 January 1896

THE TVSATBBH. Forecast for Virclnlat Rate, slightly warmer; northeasterly winds. Are You Thinking Qf Building a Building? We do all kinds of roofing, botfo Tin and Slate; end we will nuke the galvan? ised iron Corak.es to Buit your fancy. Csnnoke Roofing and Metel Cornice Co., OomnMine Ht. and Franklin Road. 3 R. COLLINGWOOD, - - Managt?. - 'Phone 838. Get Yourself and f ach Ffierali?r of Yoyr family a GflEST PROTECTOR And be Protected, tS?js^We liave them In all sizes?Felt and Chamois lined. BRIGHT CLERK. - . ? - 'PflOHB 193. CAPT. D. C. MOTH Ifc Repreienting K M. Sutton & Co, of Baltimore, will have his full line of spring samples the first week In Janu? ary and Invites tho inepeotion of the trade. Sample-rooms at HOTEL LEE, - - Roanoke, Va. IP3I?D FOB 1 When Micewber was in prison for debt, he aave to David Copperfield a piece ot advice worth remember? ing: ''Copperfield, my boy, income, one pound; expenses, twenty shillings, sixpence; result, misery; income, ?&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 January 1896

USEFUL BOOKS GIVEN AWAY. ABI AND FANCY WORK. Mrs. Noll? Daggett, ot Boston, hss recently witter, a nook. VFancy Work and Art UecoraS tions," that gives prtctical instructions Tor making dollies, ta??le covers, scarrs, tray cloth?, pin cdshlons, etc., etc., with titty lllus trstioos. This book, togetnor with "Successful Rome Dyeing," will be sent tree any reader who forwards tho at? tached coupon and a2-ccntstamp to Wells. Men* ardson &Co?Unr llngton, Vt. made to advertise the reliable Diamond Dyes, and to get their book npon homo dyeing Into the hands ot womon who want to dress well by making their old clothing look like new. The fact that Diamond Dyes hsve been the standard homo dyes for nearly twenty years, and that their sale increases from year to year Is proof positive that they have never h*d an equal. sann* Mrs. J. T. Crabtree, after several weeks' visit among relatives, has re? turned to her home at Qraham, Va. Frank Deaton, son of N. P. Deaton, leaves to-day for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 January 1896

for infants and Children M OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric, Lntcrann'a Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, oud most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine? Po Yon Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons? Ho Vow Know that In most countries druggistsarc not permitted to sell narcotics -without labeling them, poisons? Ho Yon Knowtlat you should not permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it is composed? i I \ Po Yon Know that Castorla is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of its ingredients is published with every bottle ? Po Yon Know that Ccstoria is the prescrip'ioa of the famous Dr. Samuel ritcher. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined? v Po Von Know that the Tatent Office Department of the United States, and of ether countries, have issued exclusive right to Or. ritcher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 January 1896

THE TIMES. HVBHY MORKINQ. KXOBFT MONDAY ROANOKB VUBLIollINU OO., . Publishers end Proprietors, timk3 UUILOINU, 1? CAMPBELL avbnub 8. W. THUMS BT MAIL (PosUge Prepaid), Dally, one month.?M three month*.J-0" " six months. ? onejrear. In advance .... J.w vndav Edition, one year .... WW Tbb Tinas is a member ot the Associated Press?the greatest news-collecting association In the world?and rocelTee over a special wire the loll telegraphic news service ol the Associated Press?tho samo news from all over the United States and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dailies ot Hew Yora, Phlladel phla and Baltimore._ JANUARY. S M T W T F S . 1 S 3 4 5 6 7 8 O tO 11 IS IS 14 15 IS 17 IS 19 SO ?1 29 23 24 25 20 27 28 2D SO 31 ... Tns Critebion is the name of s new weekly journal devoted to literature, musio, sooioty and romance just started at Bristol, Va.-Tenn. It has a wide fie'.d and startB out under favorable auspices. We wish it abundant suc? cess. Tee Princess Anne Ohron...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 January 1896

Christmas, learing t ost nd ess lithe left-overs are ready ?day at very little prices, ey are as perfect as when they first stepped into the store, d it would be very unwise rchandising to carry them r to another season ltd ask to pay full price for them here they go on the bargain e, and among these things some of the biggest bar s you ever saw. -IN OUR llinery Department e are ottering our entire stock at than cost. mined Hats that were: $15 00reduced to $7.50. 12 00 G.OO. 0.00 14 4.50. 8.50 " 4.25. 8.00 ?? 4.00. 7.50 " 3.50. ?.00 " 3.00. 5 OU ? 2.50. 4.00 ? 2.00. Jackets, Jackets, Jackets, ir own prices?look at these ?com para the quality and you dmit they art way below their e. $17.50 Jacket now $12.50. 16.50 ?? 12.00. 15.00 ?? 10.00. 13.50 ?? 9.00. 12.50 " 8.50. 11.00 ?? 7.50. 10.50 ? 7.00. 8.50 " G.50. 5.00 ? 3.50. lankets Blankets. We have a ?rnall lot of about 25 ira of all-wool Blanket?, slightly iied, nt way below thoir actual value. Comforts at 75c, $1.00, #1.25, $1.50, ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 January 1896

I HAVE IT. One of those houses Ellis Brothers are selling so cheap and on euch easy payments* and think I see one that would suit you, in fact, they hare 1 them to emit any one. Ho w are the followiug ? Good <t roon dwelling on Fourth avenue n. e. Price $W; $3 casn, balance {8 per month. Good 7 room dwelllngon Seventh avenue n. e. Price #l,?ii; #10 cash, balance $19.5U per month. Desirable resHence on Kluhth avenne, a. w.. nine rooms, all modern improvements, good bars, bnggy house. Price $3,150; f 150 cash, bal? ance $18 uer month. Good 7 room rs<tdenc9 ni Holiday street s. e , larue lot Price $1,900; $75 each, balance $13 50 per month. Good 7-room dwelling on Tasewoll avenne, ?. e. Price $1,000; $10 cash, $10 per month. liest 8-room house in Oelmont and best location. Price $1,100; $100 cash, balance $13.60 net month. Modern 7-room residence on Chapman avenne, Wett Knd. Price $1 400; -f WO casn, balance ou easy monthly payments. Strictly mortem 0-room residen...

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