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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 April 1913

A SAVING SCHEME ^ ; Try to deceit yourself into the belief that you are owing this bank a big sum of money. ' Then go to work to pay off this debt by depositing a certain sum each week or each month. ? If you succeed in accumulating a good bank account, we are quite sure you will pardon yourself for . this self-deception. CITY NATIONAL BANK : Rowokr, V?. . niPITAL i, I3M.MM.M ?t?iPtl? A?ID OniVlllBD PlturVf IM.1W.IX MARKETS ?Wall 8trr?t, April CI ?Stock mirktt j ? (?In under prtMurt at opening Lar(? j blocka leading Ifiur* were marketed. ' I!rlc*i In D'rne imra fell io low point reached In Jfi'lttrdsy n bt<-ak American tobacco fell (wo and half. Fractional lo??n recorded In r-eat of stocks traded In, few exceptions. Aitlll Copper A I I ? A ni Heet *ugar. . -??!> Am ran ... si*? - <tf. AW Tan. pM Am Cat and K.tjr Am 'Cotton (Ml . . An- Ire Keror't ACi t.toieed . Am t,ocom?tlve Am Smelt A K?t. .. Am Kill, pf.l >w*. lot no*, U' J is .g: ,!fc ...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 April 1913

OF DEBT?OUT OF DANGER IHERE WE ARE LOCATED OurChainof 7 CASH STORES '"4 No. 1, main store (old stand). Wells aveI no# and Third street, n. e. Phone 161t>. No. 2, corner Fifth avenue and Commonwealth, n. e. Phone 1619. No. 3, at .330 Fourth street, s. e.' Phone r 161^ m . <.v - > t . < No. 4, at 604 Dale avenue, s.c?- Phone 1617. No. 5, at 214 Nelson street, s. e. Phone r > ICpf (No delivery.) No. 6, at 12t> East Campbell. (5ft\(i*s. women's and boys' clothing.) No. t, at 225 Franklin .Road {James* old I stand). Phone 233. A Guaranteed Saving of from 10 to 40 per cent on all your supplies. We can demonstrate this fact. Give us a trial. v.' W. E. RENNER'S CASH STORES. ? If TfeWi .lartUM *#?, I'Wtr tk? Im, *? n??? ? WE DON'T take your order for a Suit of CLOTHES to be made to order and send it away to be made. WE SHOW you the best FABRICS *a n d make your suit RIGHT TpraF, in our ovrs work rooms by SKILLED TAILORS ? THAT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

ROANOKE, VA, WEDNESDAY, AFTERNOON, APRIL 30,1913. VOL. 47?No. 105, I I ? AFTER THREE DATS too latb. do it how. May M i> the last day <m which yon can pay your poll tax and qualify to rota in the Juno primary, the August primary, and the VoVember general election, or any special election thie year. Young an coming of i|? now should pay the tax at once. By paying one poll tax, or $1.60, they qualify to vote THE WEATHER FAIR AND WARMER TONIQHT AND WEDNESDAY. LICENSES BOTH SIDES SEEM ? AWAITING EVENTS Statement Covering Their View of the Situation and Possibility of a Strike Gveh Out By Committee From Motonnen and Conductors and Central Council?hTe Company's Oars Move 011 Schedule ""aa I| No Grave Developments Impended?Bfimors of All Sorts Spread Through the City, Arousing Interest and Anxiety. - VO J)lflllTC HOTJB FOR WALKOUT HAMSD ladlttuou today polal to tho fa,ct 1 that all hope of mUHic I bo dlffereacea rutins betweea the~atre?t ear men ?ad tho Roaaoke Railway...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

SPEARM/NT home on pay day. "My whole family likes it and I want them to. It's a fine enjoyment that's fine for them. "I chew it myself going home. It refreshes my mouth, purifies my breath, brightens my teeth, and gives me a good appetite. I haven't had indigestion since Fve chewed it." BUY IT BY THE BOX Ifs sold at almost every kind of shop and stand Look for the spear Avoid imitations ?Mr KpeoWed T? sl?o r i *? Ew,w ? 1 - r\mn of TMiwnlntlon-? Xtwmey* tar ItoMbi fimill Arfcumrnf*?C ircult Jutlgra W wtrtdfc. ' -2 Washington. April 2?.?Attorney* (?r-th* C?lL0P Pacific llled today wlttT tj?e supreme e<nm thrtr brief in reply tft Attorney deneral TMoReynolds' oblectlons to a longer extension of time than July 1 tor an agreement tipon a dissolution plan. The rail road taw?ers contended that to allow only an* til Jtfly J and no further extension vnM b? madenuate and renewed Eheir plea to have the court'a mandate Modified to permit the circuit court to determine the questien. ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

How to Overcome Constipation, Liver and Bowel Complaints ? ^ ' ? v\>W Mae's Compound >? f7. Hw * * Figs and Senna* Syrup is a fruit syrup, highly relished-for its agreeable taste. ' *' c Mac's Pigs and Senna Syrup regulate the"' ,. , bowel and stomach disorders, overcome habitual constipatioa and torpid liver, a mjld Iwt certain laxative, that never gripPH or sickens. Mac's Figs and Henna Syrup . make a splendid laxative for children. They like it. Largo bottles, 45c. For sale only, 'x McGEE'S PHARMACY WSSSfn?: HOT FOB NOTHING, r BUT FOB YODR MONET'S WORTH ( DO WE DESIRE - ? TOUB PATRONAGE. . Let Us Prove It to You. . 4 TEl.EfHOjr* 191. BADFOBD STEAM r LAUNDRY. * i-rt SPRING brings us fresh vegetables every day. Our supply is new every day. Fresh Meats Beef, Fork, ? 1 a ? Xj&I&D, Brains. Frankfurter Sausage, ^Vegetables Strawberries, 1 Radish, ; Onions, < New Potatoes, Tomatoes, New Cabbage,:? Lettuce, Rhubarb, New Snap Beans,...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

BOOBAffBLOK. J > a commMon sailed on mm of tit* bis It wu a lanr? comof NVQftl lOOKfl M< tt ooHtltutad ? merry Mi happy 9Mtr. Stately staterooms were m^NV t? M and tt Iu< the k?t mil at tha table. Upstairs and <iib?tain tt welcomed with open waltera, captains ?M avail tha stokers enIt honor. That conup of men and coins abroad to to teach ua how to treat' oft" fhrmaco >ia?atl|. Soma people ?ft tha United fltataa. It seems. had rtaifcai tha conclusion that farm em 4'?tiU hare a fair aha re of the bene{Tan tha bashing Instltu ha government. moved by thatr parsoaatoaa, decided that a trip Obnsrt for a bis coamMoo waa the aaty way by which motboda of estab-J ;h benallts mlsht be learned aa we understand or two spectacular , tha Mad that take blua i n i 11 politicians, ate. to asamlaa tha commlsa powerful microscope you aw It a man or woman ?Mil. SPOT dreams of handllns a plow. HfetaHMIChtfal voyasaa are aat for ouch as they. It would...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

L_~ 'For the Piano la your hornet This I* tho modtra way. un- ?. *W buyln# a piano? - and with us it dwm't matter Whet ?rad? J oil buy?mm make ?pTetoeilTbiii, from (he ~b< ?i low priced Instrument to the (laeet la our stock the dollvery It Im- ? mediate and the terms "Eaay Payments." ^ . CaU or write for prices on olthrr a Cable. Kinasbury, or WeiiinKt..a Piano. wo mmnm to 110.1 ?MINE MUSIC CO. o. r. Mummoa. wii&. tlT W. Campbell Ave. Candy pairing at Becker's Fruit & Candy Shop. We are prepared to nuke ho??m*4e candy, eometkln* that really appeale te .eaady eat era, wherein the /eating of It is a healthful pl*asur?. A ?M>vin? jjlctore ef the procees will b* "?edsjr at tfUM o'clock. Call la ?t Qai hour and s?t a free ?<*mple. Kyerytkln* at Beckers la pnre aad of the hl*h*at srAd- TWeka?S vSvholL V<r Wlop' conMr Henry Fkroank mechanics. railt-oader*, laorera, rely on Dr. Tho mm' jirteatla Oil. . Ptne for eats, kerns,...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

"JlED Dragon 'j ?KtTJtCH Pmt? Vint.) O? mi . I far* om sals for 1b? HoW Sh>Owe??rt which WlU be ^ he??at uf th- Thuy?d? v Mualn CJob ?n the *mlnr U. at 1.11 o'clock. In Collaca audita- ; ' *H| >A 'SRE '? *? "Dw, son John Maury ana Ml,-a Katie M. Jordan. who spending eeveral montha in "f. arc ?xi??cted to return to tM? we.*, and will N? at to thro- friends at J? Klghth John M, Smith, of Bedford, la] - In th. . i*.v t* ^ x f, m UlM Annie ItOff and Miss KJorrn o I Wall era of Cjhrfstbtnsbure. are vi?lt-1 lac In th* city. ? ? ? . Sfsrtln^>jpprMge. r. and Mrs. W. I). Coppririse have tested cards -tanouncinif ihe mariu!^ of th??lr d*mhi?f. HdjM Owtrudt,. to Mt. Samuel Morris Martin. The ceremony took'place last night * ? o'clock In th.- Green*-Memorial! arch, (he ceremony was performed _ the Kev. Bftinni.| T. Senter. The bride was attended by Mias Martin.-maid of honor, and the , a'a best mm was Mr. W. A. Martin. - - * The bride l? * moat chaVmlng andi att...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

t y Ifisa MAI'D OfMMUIN, Miss Mariak BWr. *f H||cfe| will ?l\ ? a talk on antl-spffrgigej In lb? auditorium of the 8al*m HHI School bnlMlaf on naxt Monday afternoon, May 6th. at ? o'clock. Th* public Is cordially invited. > Mothers meeting next Friday afternoon at lfrm. Flreb*ugh's. on Academy street. Suij?ct: "Dishonesty, discussion how beat to guard the children again* thla erll." All mother* invited to attend. You can do good by Vour presence and Influence. The pumfa of tne 8*l?m High School ara preparing to give their annual play la the Town Hall Friday erenInir. May Snd *thn proceed a to ha and for High School purpose*. *?laa Marlah Blair, of Richmoad, la tha Meat of Mrs. R. Mis or Wiley, on Wset Sate atreet. ' Mr. Ar, Hanktna, who haa conducted a grocery Mora la West Salem the paat several years, la moving hie ttock of goads to Roaasks. where tea ' will conduct business in tha future. His family will remain in Salem tor the present, bat will la tha near future move ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

Ibe Globe Special attention of the readers of this paper is called to the CLASSY SUITS ; YMfTdM't Rr?ulU. Iloamike-Newpon N*w?, rata. Richmond-Portsmouth, rain. Pnenburc, Norfolk, 3 (II alns*>wants an experienced clothing salestaan. Roanoker ie Va.. April t?.?(8peilty the hardest fou?ht that ever has been participated park, was won by the to *. The name laattanlnss. Richmond for tha 1 oca la. and whila elevea,?hita were gotten oft hl? effective at critical waa knocked out at tha box flfcthe drat inn inf. came back todav and throuith the ability of JSWaM's lads to work him. he loet his second came pi tha aertee. Sheen wa? louad for nine hits. The winning run araa scored the e levant h. when Krepps singled and annt to third on Bunch's two-UMWar to right field Sheen pacpoaety walked Spencer, fill- ? la# the baaca. Krepps scored on Laughlla'e sacrifice fly to. the center: garden. Barnwt was the big figure In 1 the same; taking twenty of the twen- ! ty-three put-out s. FETBTRS...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

By C. A. Voight. , MRS. WORRY?An Object Lesson in Economy. i vtfakit * taxi ,td -fakk. mc to s'WJviO's t^ert store JOHH-i wrwt in and > vo\>?ht >fou matp a msPAM.M o* sochi, AMD f cot pm foaewht -s a>uaut ? a^trn. "tv#u t'u. *%n awuvowh. ' tviivj** am? vt a f savb momot. ^ < ? Ablncrioft.% At?rll ? M ?i SiH'i'lal??-Mia* Mailt' V. tkinlci li il rrlnrncd (rvm N?? \v TorK vn?-r<- ah<- li.m himp.1 thf wirier 'IWdVlnii iitartu *M?1 vl'iltn. Ml* 'Wnti<l litt!?> lUnchtcr, M?lof Jolinion City. vltlkd .tt i-ol-1?M Monday ?!ghi. T)i?> w*-r In tHi nd?nce ui? ?rt Mi' a \V?tl. r'i recilsl. ? !'rof. Durham haw t?lurn?l from Richmond, rrt^nrt* will b? "Mail to Ir^rn, Jhut Mr* i(urh?m will b- abli.tn rrturn from (h# ItoupUal In a few d.:y*. Mlaa Nit* Htrkrtdrr. of ltur.il TRh t'Ml. *'?* . tlH? kuhi at MIm (JrfVidle llnniwhfU at the cullii;#. Sunday alio Uotidav. Mlaa Harkradrr w.ia a atudan...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

ci??, i>.y~ ?*?>?? ?? i ??*- i.M4ta.::ko i-t Cre rear* i lo?4 Cu? bcM "f yvur L.n'. f? be* 4oM b.? ?> wttli kM?i<k> iki paiaandlha up**." idm Hwvh ffKMtu, cf *33 TV>oi or rnie, write* t-" The aarisv;*4 a lbat I cnakl Ml fiery. A ?Is a good liniment. I keep It on hand all the time. Mjr daughter BflE&&J&IZ BJrJOfo.4. At ill Mvi My-. ??*1.00 AMERICAN WOMEN ] AT MILITANT MEET London, April Mra. O. II. V. ; mnnt wr.ft; Mrn. rarrle Cfctpmar i.f N*mr>orH. Ot-<-ui)ir4r front Keitla O* I the pNUform ~<r the meeting of the , rial and 1'olltlcal Cal Women a Hocfa.1 awl I'olltlral Union. at Klna'a Wav hall, tonight. to prot.-st iintnA the forcible fMdlni of Imprisoned suffragette*. Neither of the American women *pok\ Vut J approval of the speeches hy unstinted applause. The Duchess of Marlbor- I ouch. Mra. Belmont's daughter, who1 Was expected to be present, did...

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Page PAGE ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

A SAVING SCHEME Try to deceive yourself into the belief that you are owing this bank a big sum of money. Then .gq to work to pay off this debt by depositing a certain win each week or each month.If you succeed in acoumulating-a good, bank account, we are quite sure you will pardon yourself for this self-deception. ' " " . . CITY NATIONAL BANK Rousk% fa. CAMTAt. mi,IIMI it'RfLFi AMD rtDiviorn raomi MARKETS Wall Street. April 30.?PrleM ?f storks at opening wera Influenced by I rtse in London, and tfcs moat of International aharea advanced . Although advance l>rou*ht out some ?locks that awaited favorable market. Bat mainly held well, seemingly little cMeerned over indication* of freah liquidation In certain stocks and Vends. Awrl Copper ... MM A si Beettugar . SB AJS fan A IS Can. pM... Asi Car and rjy Ass (otton Oil . ?? w IS Aa Locomotlte IS AaFmelt A hef. MH Am (* A R.pM... 101. SasW:: !?& Am Iobecoe ... SSO 4oaronda M Co. SBk Atrl.lson ... l?? Atr hi.?oii r?...

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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 April 1913

Expert Piaao Tuner. -j DEBT?OUT OF DANGER CAR LOADS LOUR ST RECEIVED We buy right and can set) right Peerless, the 24 lb. sack /...- 65c Table Talk, the 24-lb. sack 70c. Alpha, the 24-lb. sack 75c Obelisk, the 2i-lb. sack .85c No other retail merchant, in Roanoke buys in such quantities. By doing so,' we pot thr benefit of low prices. Our gain is our customers' gain. . V ?' W. E. RENNER'S CASH STORES. in-Bloch Smart Clothes "Why Not Learn Why?" This is the question that has been staring you in the face from magiudu?> and newspaper pages. Aud this i# the only store in Roanoke that can give 41 :-U4 ~ YOU 11 find il in thr correct u the right answer., ?fr thr'TTRTfrrt fit ai^l tke eiStTITS. - : pert tailoring of STEIN-B! Fifty-eight years of experience is baek of every garment. It will be a pleasure to show you. "Why"?buy or not? yon please. STEW-BLOCH Suits are priced as low ss $20.00. W. R. HANCOCK CO. Successors to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. tomato rum. I1.M Mr KML Transplanted st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 May 1913

FtttR AJ[l> WAHliBH TONHlHT AMD TOMORROW. VOL. 47?No. 108. mmmv-xx&m ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAT X, 1913. STRIKE OF STF MEN Union Motormen And Conductors ? Wfllk Out Tnrfflv ?? aiii. vfui i vucty . Because Management of Roa&oke Rail my ft Electric Company Declined to Reinstate Boruggs, Suspended Two Weeks Ago, Employees Belonging to Labor Organisation Quit Work?By 8:30 A. M., Schedule on Various Lines was Zstab lished ? Manager Hanoook Learned of Striek at 5:10 A. M.-TwentyTwo N*w Men Employed Up to 10 o'Olook Thia horning?The Strikers Are Cheerful and Bnpress Oonftdenoe in Outcome.. ?y ii ji ??a?? *??? - GOOD ORDER PREVAILS IN ALL QUARTBRfrOF-eiTY At 2:31) o'clock Jtbi# afternoon the Koinoke street' cars were yet ruttuing on schedule, and t>n demonstration or disorder of any kiud hud been reported from any source. ? ? The car men on strike have been ou the street the -greater part of the afternoon, standing about in groups, bu...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 May 1913

0 F B R A U ) The B Beer of J Merit U Always the Same Robert Portner Brewing Co. A [ C. S. Johnson, Atft* Va. >. o. Bag ut ? flfty-two years _ and had been U! with pneumonia several days, which wmm the caus- * death Walla *m a son of the late Mr. ?ga Walla afr (Hiavar and waa wall V to many. people in this moThe body will ha brought to Olenaa Train l*o. 1 Saturday mornln* the fuperal service will take plac "lay afternoon at "J-J9 o'clock Trom - fid home place at Olenvar. con- I ictM bjr the Re*. ? O. Gillespie, paa- - of tha Colorado Street M K. church I Interment will ha in the family trying rroand. _ Mr. and Mra. Daweon. of Buena Vls- > Ta.. are visiting their ton, Mr. 'win Dawson.. In Wilt Halem. Tha Bar a,, f. Sublett. Chriatian minister of Christiana bur*. win preach aext Sunday moraine at 11 o'clock at Mr. B. D. Johafttor'aat Hanging Rock J Paul Riinua left yeaterday afi ty.- an extended vlalt to reliv*? In Chicago. Tha condition of Col. A. M. Bowman Ina ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 May 1913

How to Overcome Constipation, Liver and Bowel Complaints Mac's Compound _;vFigp and Senna Syrtfp is a fruit syrup, highly relished for its agreeable taste. Mac's Figs and Senna Syrup regulate the bbwei ? and stomach disorders, overcome habitual constipatio* and torpid liver, a mild but certain laxative, that never gripes or ~ sickens. Mac's Figs and Senna Syrup make a splendid laxative for children. They like it. Large bottles, 45c. ? For sale only " McGEE'S PHARMACY NOT TOR NOTHING, BUT TOR TOUR MONEY'S Ki. WORTH DO WE DEBIKE * TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Ui Prove It to Too. J r TELEPROIfB IN. RADFORD STEAM ! LAUNDRY, SPRING brings lis fresh vegetables every day. Our Mipplv is new every (lay. Fresh Meats B?ef, Pofk, Lamb, Brains, r Frankfurter Sausage, Vegetables Strawberries, Radish, Onions, New Potatoes, New Cabbage, Lettuce, Rhubarb, ? jfow Snap Beans, Beets, ? * Kale, " Peai^n. Fruits -Oranges, Choice Apples, Grape Fruit. Bananas, Btttiei Goods Sun (Irani Olives, | Qurfn Otl?n?, Royal ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 May 1913

mutt BEGINS. rii* car mea Monetae to the > w*0t*4 out They worked j ?g**"* ^ morning they quit,-ll yNy are to be seen jl I?*upa here a ad there, ap- I ?gr .!? a cheerful and hope- I ^^RT*0f mind. I friendly J ' chat with thoee who want |l mi with them, and wherever they I attraiot" aa Immense amouat II taatlon. Roanoke la known aa aJI i town, that It. labor ?raanisa-/II flourish here abundantly, not I la Individual saetetlaa but in I oentrai bod I as, and yet Roanoke II l**n noted for its freedom from II fe.?Thta morning we warn told II fc* Ufa aad who la familiar with coounuaiQr'a history, that the only ke of Importance aver known here <*nt of the prtatera about eight ra ago. Our cltlsaaa therefore w HUte of auch movements ax. t through what they hare read In j a paper*. Thi? does not mean that' r ar* mtare*ed. As ? matter I are watch In r developmenta ?nae Interest, studying the Mwijlta forcea and with j watchfulness following the ?? ut~tha company and itr%. ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 May 1913

? ?Jr >??4jr, MAtlllUl t pttli to candy oatero, r?tln? of It la a knltDd K( 2si Headquarters *ht? mu? you bur?wo make ?? UBeoptiona, from tko l>mt low PHOtd Inatrumnnt to the flneet la our itoek the delivery to lot* mod I a to and thi l'lynwU." Call or write for prieoa on either a Cable, Klncobury. or WoIInurtoB Piano. ~? no !fOTM TO (ton Some women need a?thouaand plunka To draeo upon oach roar. 't takes that muck to ait tholr trunk* And furnish them with roar. Homo women apond two thoueand boaee niingi tawiB. 1 *ome dame* declare In etrldect toaea That they need oven moro. The more men have to ?o without; They always cot the gaff. Tho huabanda all drooa on about Four do tiara and a half. * Coach Medicine for ChlldU.. ? v\ Too much care rannot ba <^tod In peloctlac * couch mod In no for ohllIrea. It Should he pleasant to take, ontala no harmnil spbetance and be moot effectual. ChaiQborlAtn'a Couch Homedr moot* thooo requirements and is a favorite wi...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 May 1913

lie thing to make soda that Jfr6 occasionally qui xh( Iuite another thing to iem so that they are always better than all other 9p4t crackers, always of unvarying goodness. The name "Uneeda"?stamped on every biscuit?means that if a million packages of Uneeda Biscuit were placed before you, you could choose any one of them, confident that every soda cracker in that package would be as good a? the best Uneeda Biscuit ever baked. Five cents. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY STRANGE LUNATIC'S IDENTITY UNKNOWN *t. Paut. Mlnti. April SO.?That the njraUHitti micbirt Ho*,'" who for ?wl; fouM >'^*'4 V?ji b?cn In thf .hospital (or Rochester, Mtnn.J bU to tell hlb name or Identity, la lltilll|Mt man. Is the statement C. J. Swmdwn and r.alph W. Wheelock, members of the Htete board Of eontrol. who returned from Roch-1 'Roc's" * ?-?. la to be taken up with department. In an attempt t<> the maa'a Identity. "1 aeketi n to write hie nam*," oatd Mr. ?put down the Ini- &amp...

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