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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 May 1897

VOL. XVII. NO. 1 Gold Dollars for 50c? If ft man offered you a gold dollar for fifty eeuts you would hesitate to do busi? ness with him until you investigated the real value of his dollar?It might not bo genuine. If a man offers you a hundred-dollar bicycle for $7.5, $00, $50, or any price but $100 ?Look Outl It may bu one of the "justasgood" kind. Use common sonso; you can't buy gold dollars for fifty cents, <vnd you can't buy hundred-dollar .'ucycles of honest value unless you pay the price. If you don't know what constitutes hon est value In a bicycle, send for our cata? log and learn about Frames, Bearings, Chains and Tires?all peculiarly "Cleve? land." We sell two kinds of bicycles ? ?100 Worth--The Cleveland?Price $100 :? 75 Worth?The Westfleld?Price $ 75 ROAN OK ? CYCLE CO., Agents. I There Are ? 1 Other Malt Extracts, | <> -15u: no malt nas reached the 2 2 -sale or gained such a strong 2 a -hold on the public favor as $ 3? ??Sterillzed'Malt. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 May 1897

THE TIMES EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. S ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID*: DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAH, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 ?SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 PHONES: Business Office.143 Kdltorlal Rooms. 1*4 MAY. S M T W T F S . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 80 81 Senator Har.na says the action of the Senate in declaring that a condition ol war exists is discourteous to the Presi? dent, inexpedient and sentimental. As he is the recognized mouthpiece of the administration it is evident that the Pres? ident does not wish the Government to take any decided stand in regard to Cuba just yet. After Mr. Cidboun has reported the President may act. President McKinley has decided to~nt tend the Nashville Exposition on the 14th of next mouth, but will take the Southern route, and tbus the people of Roanoke will not have the pleasure 'o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 May 1897

There is a reason for that stitch in the side, for that headache ; for that aching in the bones, for that nervous feeling. It's nature's way of signaling for help? of warning you that something's going wrong. Your blood is impoverished. The supply of iron has gone^ below the danger point. The result is apparent in every part of the body. You need Browns' Iron Bitters to restore that iron ; to feed the blood with life-giving vitality ; to tone the stomach and soothe the nerves. It puts a man on his feet so quickly he almost forgets he was sick. Gives a woman the strength she needs to carry the cares of the home. Makes the children strong, well and hearty. You Feel Yourself Getting Well. With even- bottle of Browns' Iron Bitters you receive free of charge a package of pills invaluable in the work of restoring good health. If in any case Browns' Iron Bitters taken as directed, fail to benefit any person suffering with Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills and Fever, Kidney and Liver Troubles, Bil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 May 1897

There was nothing 'a the social world in a largo way during the past week ex? cept the german?although as compared with the preceding week it showed a great improvement. Circus parties were talked of at diiVe.ro ut time shut did not materi? alize. These parties arc usually lots of fun, being entirely informal and "1:0 as you please," and are therefore as a rule popular and frequent when opportunities present themselves. If 'something does . not turu up soon to relieve the monotony we will be compelled .to fall back upon the trolley rides for amuoement. It is ?said that there will bo a nice crowd at Blue Ridgo this summer,so it is safe to ?ay that the usual germans will be given \ there again if the men will offer the least encouragement. That is something to look forward to. Occas'onally there has been'great difficulty in getting chaperones tor these and other things, but the pros? pects for a largo cutout are so good this season that there will probably bo no more trouble in that d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 May 1897

Spscial sales are t^e order of the day and we are strictly in it. T!je rush at our store \rj&t week was phe? nomenal. Why? Because we advertised and sold oar spe:ial bargains lower than they could be bought elsewhere. We will con? tinue this week and offer some good things, such as will hi appreciated by the economical housekeeper. Talle Linens, lulling and Towels At 25c,.Linen Dtwuu.sk, half Wenched, soft finish, 34 iuchse wide, worth 85c. At 85o, All I /'men Damask, 80 inches wide, worth 45c. At 45c, All Linen Damask, Gfi Inches wide, wortn f?lle. At 00c, All Li neu Damask, 72 inches wide, worth 75c. At G9c, All Linen Damask, 72 inches wide, worth 85c. AllLinen Fringed Doylies, at 40cdozen; cheap at 60o. All Linen Fringed Doylies, at 75e dozen; cheap at 00c. 5 8 All Linen Napkins, at 75c: cheap at 91. i> 4 All Linen Napkins, at $1.25; cheap at $1.75. i All Linen Hack Towels, 18x38, at 10c i each. All Linen Hack Towels, 22x40, 12 l-2c each. All Linen Ruck Tow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 May 1897

I ? "Q There was nothing la the social woi in a largo way during the past week < . cept the german?although as com par with the preceding week it showed a gn improvement. Circus parties were, talk f at dilTereut times,but did not mate allee., . tIirspi ^r''^.?? usually lots iffV.Tiiii oq'H m<tn I lon?l nnd "uo 11 40 IV CO 10 U) 1 ? a, 190) P M 53 4 J 13J 2 0j ?4) 8 3) 40(1 440 6 2J ?01 fi 1) 7a0 ?100 840 y ai 10 00 10 43 !) 3! 10 0J la 40 U ?0 P M 13 00 13 40 139 300 9 40 330 4 01 4 40 690 600 G 40 730 8 CO 84) ?90 10 00 10 4') 1130 ?40 10 30 11 (0 1140 P M 13 30 1 CO 140 2 30 3(0 3 4U 490 500 5 40 630 7 03 7 40 8 90 0(0 9 40 10 20 It or 11 40 i9cw liar! 13 40 1 00 190 900 9 40 390 400 440 690 G00 640 7 20 8 00, 840 9 90 '0 00 10 40 11 30 I 40 930 300 840 490 500 5 40 680 700 740 8 30 ?00 940 10 90 II PO 11 40 P M 19 30 100 1 40 290 300 8 40 4 SO 500 6 40 690 700 740 890 ?00 9 40 10 2C P M 19 40 190 300 940 390 400 440 590 600 6 40 790 800 6 40 ?90 10 00 10 40 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 May 1897

HOW NOT TO PREACH. continued from llrst page are, expected to go away in] their sins, and to consider the mutter at "their conven? ience. 10th. Dwell much upon their Inability to o<Hsy, an?1 leavo the impression that they must wait for God to chuuge their natures. 11th. Make no uppenls to the feari of sinners; but leave the Impression that they hu\e no reason to fear. liith. Sav co little o) hell that your peo? ple will infer that you do not believe iu its existence. 18th. Make the impression that, if God is as good as you are, He will send no one to hell. 14th. Preach the love of God, but ig nore the holiness of His love, that will by no means clear the Impenitent sinner. 15th. Often present God in His paren? tal love and relations, but ignore Hie governmenti) 1 and leeal relntlous to His subjects, lest the sinner should find him? self condemned already nud the wrath of God abldintr on bim. 10r,h. Preach God as all irorcy, lest a fuller representation of His character sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 May 1897

There wtis nothing in the social worl in a large way .iuring the past week ex cept the german?although as comparci jvlth the preceding week it showed a grea ' v-v.'/"'.^u? narties were talkci Your Money Rack iT? ?* ^a''v lots .0 Satisfied. * \ Great Variety to Select From on Sale To? morrow. See Our Windows for Startling Values! The popular Suits this week will he $10; but I have them from $5 to $25. Ybn know what this means?GOODS CHEAP, NOT CHEAP GOODS. I sell to sell again. a ?iic-1'rice Clothier, Successor to Joe. Colin. S ?. Roanoke, Va. ?as.Lisfor?&Son, The Pioneer Agents. Represent the largest foreign and American companies'. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Office: 10? Jellersou street. AN OPPORTUNITY YOU NOW HAVE of testing the curative effects of Ely's Cream Halm, the most positive cure for Catarrh known. Ask your druggist for a 10 cent trial size or send 10 cents: we will mail it. Full size 50 cents. ELY BROS., 50 Warre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 May 1897

VOL. XVII. JNO. 1 Gold Dollars for 50c? If a man offered you a gold dollar for ifty cents you would hesitate to do busi? ness with him until you investigated the ( real value of his dollar?it might not bo genuine. t 7 If a man offers you a hundred-dollar plcycle for $75, $00. $50, or any price but r $100 ?Look Out! It may be one of the "justas good " kind. Use common sense; , you can't buy gold dollars for fifty cents, and you can't buy hundred-dollar bicycles of honest value unless you pay the price. If you dou't know wliat constitutes hon est value in a bicycle, seud for our cuta ? log and learn about Frames, Hearings, Chains and Tires?all peculiarly "Cle re * land." We sell two kinds of bicycles ? ( $100 Worth?The Cleveland-Price $100 $ 75 Worth?The Westfleld?Price $ 75 . RQANOKE CYCLE CO,, Agents, ! I There Are | ?| Other Malt Extracts, | ? -But no malt nas reached the ^ x ??sale or gained such a strong x a -hold ou the public favor as < ?-Sterillzed'Mslt. Our'sales l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 May 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 123 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. ? TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.fl.60 ?* SIX MONTHS. 8.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 6.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 PHONES: liuslnes* Office.143 Kdltorlal Rooms. 1X4 MAY. S M T W T P S . 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 . The great showman, Barnum, "said the American [people enjoy being humbug? ged. Mr. F.llyson seems to think the people of Virginia are ripe for another Barnum. Hogc Tyler is neither a statesman nor a scholar. Those who know him best say he is a patriot. His enemies say he is an honest man with the courage of his con? victions. "General" Coxey is said to be planning another march on\Washington. His dis? astrous experience on* the occasion of his first attempt should serve as a warning to him; but some people never learn any? thing. There are times wheu a man may ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 May 1897

Cooking Experts "Not n pound of lard per year is consumed in our 1 %^^^^/ kitchens, und wc conscientiously ndvisc the public y^^U-an^^ to use almost any other fat."--Marion /far/and and Christian Terhune Hcrrick, page National Cook ]>ook. Use COTTCLENE tbnt pure, wholesome, vogotnblo food product. Bettor than tho bost nnd purest lurd, und Is strongly ondorsed by physicians for its health tu l qualities. Tho Kunulno Cottoleno Is sold everywhere In ono to ten pound tins, with our triidc-mnrks?"Oottolcne" und steer's hcuU in cottun^ilanl wreath?on every tin. Kot guaranteed if sold In any other way. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY/ CHICAGO, ST. I.OUIS, KEW YOKTC, UONTRRALi 1 g*?+??*?**+++**4 & PAYNTEB, 208 Commerce St. We keep n full line of nil grades of Ladies1, Gents' and Children's | Footwear. We have the variety and quality 5 6 TO SUIT every purchaser. ^ Call and Inspect Our Stock. | Sec Our Ladies' Oxford Tics. MANGUS & PAYNTER, ?JOS Comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 May 1897

A PUBLIC NUISANCE. The Board of Health Should See That it Is Abated. Tho groat trouble ami pains taken to avoid doing anything toward abating the sewer nuisance at tbe corner of Jefferson street and Seventh avenue s. w. is, to say tbe least, very commendable. When one 1s really entirely blind he does not get much credit for not seeing, but when a person who can see goes around with his eyes kept persistently closed he is apt to be applauded for d dug something difli eult. Therefore, the blindness of these whose duty ic is to fix that sewer open? ing is to be commended. If something Is not done very soon an appeal will be made to the board of health, for the con? dition of the atmosphere in that vicinity is such that there is danger of disease, to say nothing of how disagreeable it is to passers-by. Ways and means of getting out of the heat and dust of the city are being dis? cussed on all sides. Some are going to send their families out into the country or to some convenient .spring...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 May 1897

Special sales are tlie order of the day and we are strictly In it. The rush at our store last week was phe? nomenal. Why? Because we advertised and sold oar special bargains lower than they could be bought elsewhere We will con? tinue this week and oner some good things, such as r will hi appreciated by the economical housekeeper. Talle Linens, Hins and Towels At 25c, Linon Damask, half bleached, soft finish, 54 inchse wide, worth 85c. At 35c, All Linen Dnmiisk, BO iuchos wide, worth 45c. At 45c, All Linen Dnmiisk, 66 inches wide, worth 50c. At GUe, All Linen Damask, 72 inches wide, worth 75c. ? At (50c, All Linen Damask. 72 inches wide, worth 85c. AULinen Fringed Doylies, at40cdozen; cheap at 00c. All Linen Fringed Doylies, at 73c dozen; cheap at !)0c. ' 5 8 All Linen Napkins, at 75c: cheat) at 91. 3 4 All Linen Napkins, at $1.25; cheap at * 1.75. All Linen Hack Towels, 18x36, at 10c each. All Linen Hack Towels, 22x40, 12 l-2c each. All Linen Hack Towels, 22x45, 15c each. All Linen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 May 1897

?ANOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFFEOT APRIL 91, 1S97. 'Orjrst? Vlnton. 3? A Ml AM 616 0 CO n 8 45 <5 40 7 40 7 90 6 SO 6 00 n 9O0| 8 40 9 40 9 90 10 90 10 00 n 11 00 10 40 11 40 11 90 l* Ml e m 19 10 19 (Min 1 OUi12 40 140 120 ?20 iOOn, 8 00 940nH, 8 41 8 90n 4 31 400 n 5(X B4(! 440n 5 20 u 6X; 6 00n 7IX 6 40n 74C 7 20n 8 3C 8 00n 0 00t" 8 40 n ?40 ?90n 10 91 10 00 n 11 (Kl 10 40 n 11 40 11 20 u 2* > *-, A M BSDn 7 00 740 6 30 n ?00 9 40 10 20 n 1100 11 40 P M 19 ?In 100 1 40 2 20 u 3 00u 3 40n 4S0d D00 n C 40 n 620n 7 tO n 7 40n e an 11 OOOn 9 40 n 10 90 n 11 00 n 11 10 n Kast Roauofce. N 9 Sf So ?1 I? 3-1 A M ?30 7 10 7 50 830 910 950 10 30 11 10 11 60 P M 12 30 110 1 60 930 310 360 480 6 10 560 0 30 710 7 50 830 9 10 9 50 10 30 &. M Ii 4Q 7 so s 00 ?40 990 10O0 10 40 1190 19 00 P M 19 40 120 200 2 40 320 400 4 40 5 20 600 ?40 7 20 800 8 40 ?20 10 Ol 10 40 Franklin Koad. HS o2 t? ? ?1 a J? A M 650 730 810 860 930 10 10 10 50 1130 P M 12 10 19 6...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 May 1897

What's the Use of Waiting ? ft* "They " say "all things coine to him wno waits," but we have no been waiting, and we don't propose to w?dt. "We KNOW our prices _j___, are right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work we will come alter It, in ou way or another, either by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality oi execution, or personal interviews. "We are not grumbling; far from it. We've had our share; we aro still getting our share. But we have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with w Roanoke, v?.. To BALL. & MAY Dr. Toims_ GROCERS ?such facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we have business intercourse. We are not waiting; havon't time to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of tho vows the writer made when he was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if he ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 May 1897

Soys' and Wen's Suits. -To-day I lmvo occasion to use *?-strong words. L want them be ?-lioved. It is timo it were kuown ?-that my stock of Boys' and Chil >-dreirs Clothing is tho finest in -Ronnoke. I know perfectly well ?-whnt this assertion implies. I e.\ -pect its truth to bo questioned and ?-tested. Blue and Black Cheviots.$11.50 Plaids and checks, ages 6 to 10.. $3.00 Strictly all- wool Home? spuns, ages 6 to l(i. $3.50 (o $?.50 ISlonses mid Shirt Waists. Wash Suits at 50c. Wash Suits at 75c. Wash Suits at $ 1.00. Wash Suits at $1.25. Wash Suits ait $1.50. D ^^^1 Ion En ?} Onc-l'ricc Clothier, Successor to Joe. Cohn. CaiapticH Avenue. R.OANOKB, VA. T in Lmsfori (Son, The Pioneer Agents. Represent tho largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Office: lOtt Jctler.soii street. p To give yon an opportunity of tesitiiiL? the great merit of Ely's Cream Balm, the most reliable cure foi catarrh and ool...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 May 1897

?I VOL. XVIII, JNO. Liste ei ! j We offer, for a.few days only, m $75 WAVERLEY BICYCLES 5 (Ladies Model) lit # 1<>. These wheels ure new and fully guaranteed, with the great "G. &J;',' clincher t iies. There Are Other Malt Extracts, Bui in) limit mis reached thu * ; -a'o or gained such a strong 3 , -hold oil I he public favor us % > -Sterilized Malt. Our sales last <5 ' -year amounted to over 1,800 2 , -bottles, and bid fair to g;> he- 3 ?-vond these figures the coming c, I-year. As a tonic for general ^ , -debility, convalescence, nnrs- 3 ?-lug mothers and iii6omnin it 4 ' -??has ret equal. * *j \ - GET THE GENUINE. 10c 1 > ???a bottle; $1.00 per dozen. 9 I MASSIE'SPHARMACY, \ y Sole Ammts. < P ? P I V i A -Guess the distance the ?( ycle runs in two weeks time, ? lommcncing at 5 o'clock -Thursday, May (i, ending -same hcur on May 20, run -ning 12 hours per day except -Sundays. One guess to one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 May 1897

TIMES EVKKV MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. THUMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID.': DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 4* THKEE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 vimvru Iii"?!?'1?? OtttoO.143 rHONGa. \ Hdltorlftl Koonil. 1*4 P s . 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 THURSDAY'S ELECTION. Upon cnch ballot to be voted on Th?rs day will appear the words? Convention. No Convention. If you wish to vote to require the leg? islature to provide for the election of del? egates 'to a convention to revise and amend the State constitution, strike out tbe words "No Convention." If you wish to vote against a convention, strike out the word "Convention." The line left uutouched by your pen or pencil will he taken to he expressive of your wish in the premises, and your vote ?will he counted accordingly. Hold-ups at night are gettiug so com? mon in R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 May 1897

I 1 The Best Tool-bag tMP-?H is the one that carries a little can or bottle of Pearline. Then you're ready for anything in the shape of mud, dust, grease, or dirt. Nothing will so quickly and thoroughly take away all wheeling-grime and stains, from hands or clothes or anywhere. There's no weight or bulk to speak of. H ow many times you have needed Pearline when far from home ! Unequalled as a lubricant for Bicycle chains. m MANGUS & PAYNTEB, 208 Commerce St. We keep a full line of all grades of, Ladies', bents' and Children's | Footwear. YV? have the variety and quality TO SinT every purchaser. % Call and Inspect Our Stock. % See our Ladies' Oxford Ties. MANGUS & PAYNTER, 'JOS Commerce St. WANTS One Cent a Word Each Insertion. 11U3INKSH CHANCrS. i WANTED. ?A partner with one hun? dred dollars; good paying business. Ad (dress, "L,." general delivery, city. :> Jii 2t. FOK KKNT. THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, furnish? ed, for rent, with privilege r.f hath, near...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 May 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Olms. K. Bell, of tho Lutheran Theolog? ical Seminary, at Gettysburg, Pa., has been called to Uli the pulpit of the Luth? eran Church of this place, which ca'l he has accepted. He is expected in Salem about the ndddle of Juue. A. IL Whltesell left yesterday morning with four carpenters for the Roanoko Red Sulphur Springs, whore he^went to build a billiard and pool room, a ten pin alley, two four room cottages undone six-room cottage, as addition to the springs for tho pleasure and comfort of its guests. V The Hell Telephoue Company evidently mean husiness in Salem, as they are lay? ing their poles on the streets preparatory to the building of their system. The In? terstate Company, who also have a fran? chise for u system here, are busy in Roan oke city putting in an elaborate system in that city. As we understand it, the Interstate claim that they have by reason of a reduction in price of the 'phone ser? vice obtained a lamer part of the con? tracts in...

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