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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

^ tu echadsled but 25 2: ttMszrusz: w the aecond Itertti a ?k*r sale. together With muck darkens. postpone hostilities for a while *f Ami Clark ?IM* MM game oa ceount of darkaess announcing at ha same Urn* thai a double hMtir rould h# plojrvd todey, tk? first iam? I ?. f?. A vary good crowd turaed out te ?S the Ttgars and the Colts battle for ?coad place. everyone leaving aftar fc* Tigers rail tod la the ninth with "? aune that woa tha gam* which iut them but thraa |am?? behind tha iCond pln<-?r* Harry Ortffln oppoaad Jap Kflrd ?4 both pitched smart and elaaay aadball, Kflrd ha viae a ah ad a tha at tec ? tha argument. In only ona mlng did the Colt a Iiam a ehiw* 5*' rt* third, whan thajr bunched WM clean hlta scoring two rung, ?ar two men .were out. at leaat tha SSrlac waa dona aftar two wara out. nle waa the only inning that Jap al- ! ??ad tha rtattora to hit safely. pitch%9 eteady and winning ball all tha V wtth tha exception of tha third. Ortffln. too, waa solas wall,...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

SONG BIRDS AND? SILENT ONES WORK t worth whit* and then If you add to j h* MrTlrt of cone Its 1> hours' work tally In tha destruction of graaahopi?n. entvormi. whvIIi apld*r* and rat*, tho question answers Itself Everybody In the Unitad States who las looked twice at a bird knows the j Kkar. although perhaps he does not | War carries S< local names round rfth him He la the plc-bolc Jaune of ! th? Creoles of Louisiana, the yarrup j if tha Canadians, the high-hole. the , jrollowhammer. tha pigeon woodpecker ul a score or so of othsr things to the peoplt who llva In hatween. The naturlltata calls the flickar Colapte'a auratus | and this must ha the name of definite Identification Perhaps hack In tha centuries, the flicker was wholly a woodpecker, today he apanda as much time on the I (reund as ha does In the tr*?. His | specialty la ant hunting, his appetite | for the** Industrious and frequently Injurious creatures being as great aa j that of tha tapir. Thera are...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

Times Will Always be Bad 3For the Person Who Does Not Save Tonforrow will he no better than today; and next year will be a good deal worae. Men in thdir right minda rarely invite diaaater, but he ia ?urely doing ao, who deliberately allows bad condition* to continue. It only takes a little "I Will' power to correct theui. We value every account in this Hank whether large or amall. CITY NATIONAL BANK Huuwkr, Vs. CAPITAL. ItinPLl'l A Ml I'MIIVIUI II I' no ARRETS *??wk Markrl. New York, August 1#?Prices decllnId'rapidly on the stock market at l(if Ipenlng. but slight recoveries followed llualng Quouiln Karh LinaI Copper. . 1 Agrl. I H??l vi|?r I Cm. I Can, I'M I Csr sod Kijv I t'utloo Utl . I lee f*ecnr'? J LIikm^ la I .<>. ? .'n II ?? ? Mllrlt ,V Ue| pB a n. i-M . I re .-uitsr Ftef fel A IV! fobtoi n laaeohit* M Co. Itebtaoii liehisoii t>M Itlatltlr t. Lille |a|to * Ohio' lletiem -l -?i Irook I jri. r. i lie en. .Leather . *o Ihtcairoii W . M. A M I* U...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

y, and Their FriendsThe eight merchants participating in the givilig of the handsome pony outfit met Monday afternoon aud derided to apj>oint eight ladies, or one each by the various merehants to count the ballot^ and decide to whotn the outfit shall be awarded. Not one ??f the eight ladies will l?? related mi any way to any partie|?atiug tnerehant or to am \ mntffftnnt. thnn imnrinj- a fair award. The voting closes Wednesday night. August '20. Tfte counting begins Thursday morning at 8 o'clock, ami it is hoped the award will be made by Friday evening. In the meantime, eat bread made from "Peer less" or "Alpha" Flour, and be able to en.jov the splendid outfit when awarded, at all ?'t' If I'lm1! AiriklK Slow, . V?4w tbo Mm. Wt lla> Tropical WeigM Suits for Warm Weathor Waar Blue Serges or Novelties (For Travel or Vacation). STEIN BLOCH make, you know what that meant*. No other ready to wear in America equalH STEIN KLOCH. Ask the man who wears a STEIN BLOCH SUIT ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 August 1913

ROANOKK, VAn WEDNESDAY AFTKRNOON, AUGUST 20, 1913 THAW PLANS HARD FIGHT TO SHUN WALLS OF MATTEAWAN Poiitively Identified By Newspaper Men Who Re ported His Trial and Sub sequent Sanity Proceed ings ? Relatives Send Cheering Messages and Urge Delay Until Thoy Can Arrive. !?' - ?< ' HABEAS CORPUS TO OPEN BATTLE j ' Sherbrooke. Aug 30.-?Prot raetJ td conferences today between! three Canadian lawyer* retained to oppose Harry Thaw's deportation to the United Stat..* indicated that his preliminary arraignment in court uould bp postponed at leaat until tomorrow poxsiblv for a week. Hsrry Thaw apent I ant night in the honpital ward of the Sherbrooke j?i| and this morning at the urgent telegraphic demands of hut family retained new coiiif* ?H to tight deportation to the United States. George Carnegie louder, his brother-in-law. wired during the Bight that he wan hurrying here with Thaw s sister. Margaret, and cautioned Thaw to delay nil proceedings, if possible, until their arriva...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 August 1913

PEACE CONGRESS 1 OF WORLD OPENS IN NETHERLANDS fh# lUitue, Auk. 80.?The capitol of the Netherlanda has put on holiday ? wtir* h> honor of the great gathering nf |tnrr idvocitu that la to take place hero during the n?it two *'?kc. The flags of all civilized nations ?re to bo seen flying over the hotels an.I location* clustered about the two prin^flpal tquarn. while the hotels faring 4he sea. at Schevenlngen. with their jnultl-colored banner* snapping In the brM?, form a at&rtllng picture. Thej Relegates of the vartoua countries nre Arriving here by every train. an<l the^ Jty la beginning to buz* with animation. After two day* preliminary work the twentieth meeting of~rhe international Peace Congress was formally (opened today. The American Peace I (toclety la repreaented at the meeting tby ? dietlngulahed delegation he:id?-d , by Dr. I>rtvid Starr Jordan, prealdent >l(f the Iceland Stanford University. At "i the conclusion of th...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 August 1913

*.> v*> ?? >-&X;"r/-. - ?'*? ^ TOILET NEEDS ' A Full Line of Toilet and Bath Needs for ' the Ladies' Toilet Table. We have a full lln* of tha Mme ?JU Four* Toilet Bpaclaltlea?Cold Cr*imi, race Powdera, Maaaa?e Cream a, Hatr Tonic, Hair Hharapooa. Cutlcule preparation*?all of Mme. du >*oura' toilet apeclaltlea are cuaranteed to (Ive entire MUI?(?ctl?n. A full line of Hudnut'a Toilet Watera. Cold Craama and Powdera, Tooth Bruahea. Tooth Powdera. and Crrama. All toilet" praparatlona at low eat prices.' RATH IliPPLIB*?Bath Hoapa. Towela, Waah Rafi, 4711 Perfumad Sea Salt. 15c and 2&c bottla; Sea Salt In bafi, 10c. S for 2tc; Bath Bruahea, Uc ?p; Bath Cap*. 6?c. __ ?"OR THH MAW?Rharlnc Suppllea Shaving Bruahea. Crtama. Roe pa, IvOtlona; Safety Kaxora, lie up; Baaor, 8tropa He up; Talcum Powdera 10c up; Hair Bruahtra and Comba. all prlcea. GOINU ON VACATION??Let ua aupply all your nerda. Mpeclal lln* line Claara, put up I...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 August 1913

KOTICB TO SrimCRIBKllil l>kMrl|l<lou to Tk? World-?*?? MM k* Hi' I* aad NkKftktn ?>>?!< watek thv- tiflralUa dates M Ik* lafcela of (Mr paper, and itad HW?al? la prMBMIr. Otk*(?la* Ika >spi I Will k* afo^prrf wkea <kr tlBM la Wt All wk?irl??t?M ara re*eir?d I* ka raid l? advaaee. aad tkla rule will m potntw bitten by imvj. . Carriers of the Roanoke post office found It necessary to complain that they are endan*are<1 in thetr duties by vicious dogs. Yesterday a carrier wu attacked and severely bitten. The doc. It Is said, ran out on the sidewalk. Beeauee of the repetition of such axperiences carriers will be instructed Hot to SPPVe residences whore dogs of had tamper are allowed to he at large. One or two homes already are on the black list. In every' case where carriers thave rood cause for complaint "dstlvery of mail will be abandoned. The most difficult trait of humanity to analyse and understa...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 August 1913

. 8om<> Great Big in slightly UMd | PIANOS Fully guaranteed. Very easy terms. vtNo notes to sign. Roanoke Maiio Co. c. t. jiNtniM. act. 117 W. Campbell Are. Aunt Sally*? Advice to Beaaty Seekers i C. r. uya: ' My skin becomes ?? ?*ST ?v.rv ?iimwiT ?n.l thl. in .?? cts dual *nd <llrt that r >>*? an fu! limn keeping my fac* clean kins can you ?'t(rir??t nnythlng?"' ? ??itii?4 In to Mn will overeotit* thia condition, >. ?. A. wrltn: "How can 1 get rid and wrlnklea about the >uth corner*?" I'se a waah lotl >n ?pared by dissolving 1 oa powdered colli* In 1 ~2 pi. witch hutcl. Thla hteri? the akin, trndlnp to dlspers* Inklra. and Ita tonic vftact la mora in temporary ?luia<- *ays. "My frecWU* are worse in over thla yaar. mnrt.i doubly concuou? by a pallid oinplaslon. Is ira any cure?'" Akk your druggist an ounce of m*r Hseg wax. apply :htlv like cold cream. removing In > morning w...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 August 1913

BRILLIANT GAMES rffefc . Wr>yi Winning a double header from the Celts with A|(ti M om of the Tictime ?u quite u afternoon's enterWamnt for the ntce crowd that was 4<M ta view the Ttgara* climb to secoad place and perhaps firet. It haa been a Ions time since the Tlgsrs have won a doable header, the last om being the one In which Bert Oardln won honors by shutting out Newport Mews In both games. The first same opened with the Colts foil of pep. as their old standtor. Doctor Ajrers, was In the pit for the teat slipping Colts, and with such a hurler on the mound It was farthest from their minds that the ball came should bo lust. Who was pitching for the Bengal crowd was the least that could worry Griffin's second pUcers. as they figured that Just a few runs Would win for ths Doctor, but those few* run* they never got. Perryman pitched one grand game, allowing Just two tlttlo hits?one a scratch?both in the fourth, after one man was gone, and, besides, he caused ten ...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 August 1913

Times WW Always be Bad * 1 For the Person Who Does Not Save Tomorrow will be no batter than today; and next year will 1 ,** be a good deal worse. Men in their right minda rarely invite diaaater, but be ia surely doing so, who deliberately allows bad conditiona-to-eon-*tinue. It only takes a little "I Will' power to correct them, k We value every account in this Bank whether large or small. > CITY NATIONAL J3ANK RoMMke, V*. < CAPITAL P SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED I'HoriTS W8.WSM ARRETS *?o.-k | August 2?i1?Stocks Maw York Au(u*t 291?Htocka r<-jT?in-[4 lomt lost Rround In early trailing today. BuilnM* was not large but the | rices f?B<r?Ur rot*. (JuuMtlunii?.Nrw Yurk S .iM'k Mr ? >11.. 4SS 1$ r-*ll Copper . . T?S B$g?.-' Sit i MS, pM W * i Cat and My \ Cotton Oil _i |e? becut ? Lidm*<1 m Locomotive J- , m Srnelwt Kef A**. ??4K pf l . ?;? m Sugar Ref I1*}* m Tela Tel.. 15*. B Tobacco ... J2i caconda M Co ?'i tc.M.o.i trbUon r?...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 20 August 1913

participating in the givpouv outfit met Monday aftdecided to appoint eight ladies, or one various merchants to count the ballots to whom the outfit shall be awarded. ' one of the eight ladies will 1 ??? related hi any way to any particpating merchant or t<? any 'Contestant, thus insuring a fair award. The voting closes Wednesdav night. August 20. The counting begins Thursday morning at 8 o'clock, and it is hoped the award will he ma<le by Friday evening. In the meantime, eat bread made from "Peerless" or "Alpha" Flour, and be able to enjoy the splendid outfit when awarded, at all of m ?v.: ?., If There's iinMM N??i Ca4w tk* Mm. ?? Hat# if. Mr. Traveler; 'Don't you want a Traveling. Bag or a Dress Suit Case? Some Full Dress Shirts, Xeok Ties, a nice umbrella. Look us up before you W. R.HancockCo. In n H Om. W. Nyw U. D*!Wr??faIly Rtfmklif TkW Kfc?W Alfr Zecker la offering th? vary superior OMmtni anil Hunters "Kxtra Dry" Singer Ala thin ?Nk. at 11.3* dosen bottl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 August 1913

VOL 18 Xq 44 ?vmwgwontft r?ua, ?YBNIMtt RIWI. r*mM II AUGUST 21, 1913. GRAVE TENDENCY DEVELOPS IN MEXICAN NEGOTIATIONS Guarded News From Wilson Significant Administration Listens to Suggestion That Military and Naval Demonstration Be Made Along Mexico's Seaccmt?President Disposed to Let Things Take Their Course and to Act Drastically When American Lives Are In Danger/ MISSION OF JOHN LIND A FAILURE Washington", Aug. 21.?Administration officials Although not wholly without hope of an amicable understanding wore inclined today to believe negotiation* between .John Lind and Provisional President Huerta 'had almost reached a deadlock. Huerta demand* immediate recognition and President Wilson is absolutely and firmly aguinst it. Within a day or two. it is said at. the White House today, announcement wpuld be made clarifying the situation. In all liklihood the American note and Huerta's answer would be published simultaneously. It is understood that Lind'a supplementary negotiations. whic...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 August 1913

BAYLOR NOT HEAD OF ROANOKE ?piRNIM CO. the matter of the failure of the Furniture Company an account of wht?tl appeared tn thla paper *M<*rd*y, ll *U Mid that 8 H Baylor wa? president of the company for a Hit of th# time Mr. Baylor dealrea to ?W that h? haa never been president. M4 kw had mighty little to do with Ik# BWBaf?ra?nt of tha company since ^haa been conafctrd with It. which heen only about one year, that up II Hovemher 20th, 1MI. ?l n Htsh. ??? president: 8. M. Oorn?tt. manager and John E. Buck. secretary At that tlm# a majority of the stock was pooled to tha Anchor Company and the Finance Company, and tha business thereupon waa placed in the handa of three trustees, P. M. Taylor, representing the Finance Company; I. B Hardv .representing tha Anchor Cornpunv. unci B H. ItyUr repreaentlna the Roanoke Furniture Company. l*nder thla arranKwant Kad rnartiji'ment of truatoea the business haa been run until th.- preaent time, except that about April lat, U B "Hardy le...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 August 1913

? ? ^ ? ?? TOILET NEEDS ^ ?? A Full Line of Toilet and Bath Needs for the Ladies* Toilet Table. Wa have a full llae of the Mir(?. |]u Four* Toilet Sperlaltle*?Cold Crwmi, Face Powdrra, Mimii* Creama. Hklr Tonic. Hair Hharapooa. Cutlcule preparation*?all of Mme. du Fours' toilet apaclalttea are guaranteed to vlve entire aatlefactlon. A full Una of Hudnut'e Toilet WaTer*. Cold Creams and Powdera, Tooth Bruahea, Tooth I'owdart, and Creama All toilet preparations at loweat prlcea BATH at'PPl.ttC*- Hath ftoapa. Towele, Waah Hafi. 4711 Perfumed Sea Bait, lie and S?c bottle; Me a Salt In baca. 10c. 1 for lie; Bath Bruahea, >t? up; Bath Capa. 60c. FOR THK MAN?Shavtn* Suppllea: Shaving Brushea, Creama. Poapa. T/etlona; Safety Raaora. Sko up; Haaor Strops. !lc up; Talcum Powder*. 10c up; Hair Bruahee and Combe, all prlcea. GOING ON VACATION*? L-et ua supply all your needs. special lino Ana <1sars. put up In boaes of 2&, fl 00 and II.K a bo*; Plpea. and your f...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 August 1913

Va, Matter. 1*4 M mm* 143 NOi'icR to sr*?r*nm' HkMfifU-M te Tfc* *#rW.",'r" | aMt he ?(M l? I ??* ?" ! era aheel* wateh tbe esslreOoe Amir* Ml tte l>WI< mi their paser. mm* r.NW.1. I. ?es??tlr. Otfcermmmer will W wke? Ikr time la Mt. All ??beerlptleaa are required to fee paid I* ?"? rule fee atrlrtl j m(*h?4< i khoou and roi.rncv That an ohmImJ effort is mad* j IB Virginia to use the public srhoo'.s as a political weapon Is * < har?c frequently set forth in print. That the^ charge Is true. we do not behov* for a ' moment. And yet our schools unquestionably enter to som* extent to vclltlcsl issue* anil arc employed to advance or uphold the politician a aspiratlons. In saying thli>. we have no figures, no names, and no definite indictment. ^ Our conclusion* come from obeen a-) lion, not from research, and are neo- j cssnrllr of a general nature. In ; trial a In court, witnesses are permitted to testify as to a prisoners atnnd- j I...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 August 1913

Some Great Big Bargains in slightly used PIANOS Fully guaranteed. Very easy terms. No notes to sign. Roanoke Music Co. o. T. JKNXfNOs. M.r. 117 W. Campbell Ave. ???????? Social News H?m ?t M?UI mr H'M * ?????< ?? 2*4 ? **? Mlltr w ?t >Vtri4.N(tn. ? at lil?r> ?r aval ?f tk? . H*w I.wved That Fade." havb loved flowers that fade. Within who?? ma*lc tents ch hues hsv<i marriage made With iwtft unmemorled scents honeymoon delight? Joy love at sight. bat i|>i In an hour? ?on* be like a ftowerf ^ave loved ?lrn that die before their charm in writ ?n a liquid Nky rrembllng to welcome It. ktM that, with ptilseof Are. I octal m the spirit's desire. die and are nowhere? ?on* be like an air! ?onjr. die like a breath. ^nd wither like a hlooni: Mr not a flowery death ^>r?ad not an airy tomb' With delight fly hence! 'J* tblne Iovp'h tender sense feast: nrtw on thy t.ler |auty nhall ahed a tear ?Robert Btld?e? ? ? ? la Itoaor of Ml.? ...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 August 1913

IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE W Of COLTS' SEASON FINALE f Tigers Deftly Folded the Game Into a Be ribboned Package, Perfumed It and Presented "1$. It Tb the Colts With the Courtesy of Colonial Timee. - Hitting freely. after the Tigers had a four. run lend In the first three Innings. made It possible for the Colts to win the laii g?n\e of a dlsastrlous nrlM with "our boy*. ' The Tigers V? jgot a flying start with BUI l-?val pitching and Bert Gardln on the hill for tho third placer?, but the lead of four runs didn't last very Ionic, a* tho Colts got within striking distance In tho fifth, when they scored two run* on wme clean hitting. Ferryman wont In and stopped the viMitors for n minute. In the seventh tht Tigers forged ahead, taking a three run lMdr scoring two In the seventh but It was the eighth that saw the Tiger* vanish while the Colts went ahead. Ferryman was hit hard, four runs nn<l five hit* were made before Buck took him out and aent Tolson In The flr*t man to face Tolso...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 August 1913

Times Will Always be Bad For the Person Who Does Not Save ;. Tomorrow will be no better than today; and next year will 'be a good deal worse. / Men in their right minds rarely invite disaster, but he is . surely doing so, who deliberately allows bad conditions to continue. It ouly takes a little "I Will' power to correct them. ,['% W? value every account in this Bank whether large or small. CITY NATIONAL BANK RaaaoU, Va. ? CAPITAL ?????????? r* StlRTLCI AMD VXDIVTOCD PKOriTS **S,000.0?) ARRETS Stock Market. j"** York. Au( i 21?The market, Ipened Irregular, the tendency being l TOwnward In the leading speculative |ock* Quotation*?New Tork S,ock >ii Corp?? ? ? ~l Arrl i he* i Sugar. OaapM i Car and Mr I Cotton OU,. i Ice Hecur's I o> ?irnitlin t3 ifctneltARef ' fc K pM . 100O ifcjtsrRef H*'? (el a Tel 1?>S Tobacco ... .H3 ?arosds M Co. |ehuon ... W t Ataon ,?M. klaaiir c Une. <*1',4 ? lie A Ohio ... W, >thlehem Steel ??'. sklyn R....

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 August 1913

M-ii- i- llAM. NnU?Unl> . RitlM f? rony conresfant? - and Their Friwis? The eight merchants participating in the giving of the handsome pony outfit met Monday aft- \ ernoon and decided to appdint eight ladies, or one each by the various merchants to count the ballots - 4 and decide to whom the outfit shall be awarded. Not one of the eie;l?t ladies will be related in any way to any particpating merchant or to any contestant, thus insuring a fair award. The voting closes Wednesday night, August 20. The counting begins Thursday morning at 8 o'clock, and it is hoped the award will be made by Friday evening. - In the meantime, eat bread made from "Peerless" or "Alpha" Flour, and be able to enjoy the splendid outfit when awarded, at all of It TWr*^ AirtklM N#w. Cilir Ik* Mm. W# (lave M. Say, MR. TRAVELER. Don't you want a Traveling Bag or a Dress Suit Case, some Full Dress Shirts. Neckties, a nice Umbrella? Look us up before you go. / W. R. HancockCo. IB 8m. W. PlfM C*. ..,*?&a...

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