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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

Pi*St9l m |'? *-i. * Hi: sSffiSSS&f pTir ^j|J ainM New Fall Styles in Colored Wash Goods -n>v??. - w *?? ? i.-* v. j# 'V<r-?'i Many nave been unpacked the pa.?t ?mk uil mwir are ?rrtvinn daily. We are tplehdlflly ready In the** to mnl lay d?Miiaml tor th* aohoel preparation. 4* ??-.>. ,? . r - ^ ? N?w of the famou* Bate* Beenucker dinrhtmi-* Absolutely taat colors, atrong. durable and Ideal school Jr??? material*. A lull assort - ment of color*?IJ hath** wide iy ItHo The New Woven Kiddie Cloth? Strong and durable but ft little'lighter than galataa, light and dark at ripe* and solid colore?d? lache* wide dfto New Am oak ear Tnuledawn dating*??0 pattern* In a good assortment of neat i h?x*k? and atrip**?*11 eolotw?IT Inches wide . .*.* T ..tOft' Boild^ool&r* oniy.( \Vhiu, C!??aj*. l^ht kimono*?17 'fepi '? iWi' ?,v: ? 1,40 "?'? Ten! fr thai box or gtrl that is gains away to school. and don't forgot the towele, etc. , 9 k Prince* ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

(Barks at the Great Roanoke Fair Of*'J flea Foretell of a Big Stow ? Next Month. 310, Mcond floor Terry I, to the right of tha tlrst atop __ elevator is the center of Roat activity today and tomorrow and three WMk*. It la a little room irith ft bis capacity, a few cubic feet into which la crammed a corps of workers and a boM or twu with Amer- ' ?tean "rat-up." To open the door flqulckly la impoaalble: It would upset .jgtacka of printed paper and pour >4owb upon the head of the visitor a mass of rally colored cloth banners aad posters. Clerks dare not move without warning to others, and when 4 stranger rata Inside it la worth while I , to bear in mind the road out. If ? This cuddy, hole of activity la the effloe of the Great Roanoke Fair. Everybody com In* or going haa something to do with the success of the exhibition aad all not thed atea of gtptember 12, 24. >5 and 26. Congestion la a sign of business, bat it is not a loo# lasting sign at the fair office. XX ...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

'any Persons are Waiting for the time to come when it will be easier to begin to save money than the present. This time will never come, as each year in the future briugs additional demands and responsibilities, therefore, the time to start saving money is right now as only today is ours. .?? CITY NATIONAL BANK RumoIm, tti. CAPITAL t'RPLl'S AND UNDIVIDED PROnTS StIS.IM.M Ml NEWS (Contlneud from psgs five) it court Ifra hard fmight yntfnl evenly matched player*. the HP bf!n| won by Drs. Powtll and Itlor by a score of 4 to S and ? to 7, J. O. Boyd umpiring. >MES FOH MONDAY. 8EPTEM? BEK Int. 1< p. ro.?Dr. W. L Powell. Dr. W. L 8. Butler vs. O. W. Chaney, J. 8. .Uod. #4 p. m.?Dr. J. O. Boyd vs. W. W. Umpire, J. R. Hayward. <j5 p. m.?-ladles' double (finals), (at Rosa Hayward. Miss Muyrne Jen|h|i vs. Mra. Alex Kearney, Mrs. i Mom Taylor. Umpire, Mr. C. ilnn. ;5 p. m.?Gentlemen's double. Dr. B. Lawson, Mr. E. Kin Inner vs. Dr. (MM, John Luck. Umpire, Mr. J...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

y ? ? - -3 > We Will Celebrate MONDAY by closing ail our stores. If There's Aayffclaar K?i?, t'lirf tk? *??. W? H>if it Autumn Styles 'I 1913 Showing Now DUNLAP BATS. Soft, Stiff, Silk, Opera Knapp Felt gats. $3-$4?$6 Newest Colors. Fall Novelties in our Tailoring Department. Everything that's New and Fashionable is here. Visit us. W.R.Hancock Co. taOu. W. Piyns C?. V Washington' Oandy?Too'11 Get It Only at Seeker's. As pure as the moat expensive: is Kn* as the highest priced candles sold. None purer or better?sold only at ^aekar*s, and only 50c pound. * Out-of-town orders a specialty. FALLON. Florist. Jefferson street. Roanoke, Va. FOR PROMPT SERVICE AND ACCURATE RKhUIiTS bat us do your optical work. We fill | trour oculists' prescriptions or replace | urokea lenses within an hour. Complete optical plant In operation always. We will accurately fit you for ?a. H. D. MURRAY. OPT. D. RnSEJi'* JEUT.LRT ?--RE Don't Be Deceived! Remodrllnt and redestgntnc old furnit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 September 1913

rtioxa tm. ^ U jwa 4o aot nmIm your paper by t p ?*.. flWM llM kvillMi offtM, an* ? ?tn *IU k? Mat *?* tt kr apodal m?i?fn|?r Wo waat jroo to roMt?# Ik* WorM-Nowa avory day. ? - - -.j" <? ^ THE WEATHER FA IK TODAY AJTt> TOHOMOW. warmek IN SOUTH W?1 VOL 48?No 54. would, pmsm ik bvemku NKW*. FraaM 11 ROANOKE, VA^ TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913. PRICE?TWO CENTS. : TRAINS RUSH TO DEADLY COLLISION THROUGH A HEAVY FOG m New Haven Bar Harbor |? .. Limited Telescoped Early This Morning Sixteen Killed and Fifty Injured?White Mountain Express Crushes Into Pullmans, Two of Which Are Shattered and One Thrown Over Embankment ? Running Behind Time, Bar Harbor Train Bad Just Begun to Leave the Block In Outskirts of City. LINEN SWEPT FROM SHATTERED WINDOWS 0 o 1 The Bar Harbor Limited and White Mountain Express, palatial trains of the New Haven . system, were in collision this j morning in the outskirts of | the city of New Haven. | Sixteen passengers were ( killed and f...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 September 1913

VIRGINIA CLAYS MAY SATISFY ALL DEMANDS Appalachian Mountains From Bedford to Bun combe County, N. C., May Become the Producer of All Materials Needed In the Manufacture cf China. (By Onrcf M. MavnlPg ' Wuhinfl n. 8?|?L : ? \ strip ?' country In the .-? gion <>f "h-- App*:?rhlin Mountain- 8tr?". hitiv fr -i: M. i ford county. VIrxlnla, to 'Um. ? *ii*? ? county, N. C.. will within .1 !? ? with proper de\ eU-pinent. producer of hII tin ma:-r., - ?,]>? Che United f"r m 11? ?' r:i : the best grade* of wh. 1'? ?. aud porcelata. .icv.Tiiin.: .1 -?? made to the burc.i 1 of u>.i.- - by special lnvwoiiHt'Ts p-m> >- CompMeil an hi. ns.v . \ ? nut.. In the mint* of t!i> d;* ri. t ?twtehlng fr< i 1.\ ?? fc ? ? ' ? ? ? Villa the quality if Kaolin t-l.l ?par and quart* briri.; n.m. !? ; -r lor to any no'v v>-ln?r -Imp. r'.ed i possibilities <u' ? hi.- lnti nrr* :f : ? ?rly developed !n?&am...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 September 1913

TOILET WEEDS A Full Line of Toilet and Bath Needs for the Ladies' Toilet Table. have a full line of the Mm*, du Four? Toilet Specialties?Cnld Crttmi, Face I'owders, Mium* I'rtuni. Hair Tonto, Hair Hhimpoon. CuUoule preparations?all of Mine. du Kour?' toilet specialties are fuaran teed to five entire satisfaction. A full line of Hudnat'a Toilet Waters, Cold Creama and Powders. Toelh Brushes, Tooth Powdrrs, and Creama All toilet preparations at lowest prlcea BATU MPPLIKI?Bath Soaps. Towels. Wash navi. 4T11 Perfumed Sea Salt, 16c and 16o bottle; Sea Salt In bacs, 10c, 1 for 16c; Bath Brwahes, Ho up; Bath Cape, 10c, v VOH TUB MAN?Kharlni Supplies: Shavln* Brushes. Creams. Soaps, t^etlona; Safety Kasors. Uc up; Bazor Strops. 26c up; Talcum Powders, lOo up; Hair Brushes and Combs, all prices. 001*0 ON VACATION*?I-et us supply all your needs Speclsl line flna Clgmra, put up In boxes of It, 91.00 and 91 16 a box; Pipes, and your favorite la Cigarettes. McGEE's pharmacy :;"r^7rr? HOT FOB NOT...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 September 1913

SOTIfK TO ItWCBIBRB' ?? T?' Werld-*ewa Max k* ?mt* ?<???"! "??? ????"erll?m .kMM walek Ike M tk* taWU of tfcelr ea*er. and ?*??? I* promptly- Otherwise -he paper will W Mopped ?k? ??' "rar U vat. All awk?ert*l?oa? are ren"?red to pall la advaaee, r??* will bf itrMIr ea forced. PHOXMi 154 ftaalaeaa Oflff H*t*rt>rlal 3**"* ,4.1 at Haaaofce. Vfc Mall IUII?'. I* *DV.l*C?i T?*r. kr GOOD ROAlHi AM) fi<K?n SKNSK C.o3xJH road* and good n-nw must go toother. If ft man build* a house, he hullds It as ? permanent Investment. giving to It year after yar attention sufficient to keep It ln aoi.nd Condition and to make tt useful. Were tie not to do this, he would he vrv 'foolish. In the end he would l'fhla money and hm house. 1 he same principle applies t?? all human Institutions, to Industries and education i to farming and teaching. If we would obtain proper results and maintain1 proper efficiency, we must provide r >r repair#. Otherwise we shall exerc...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 September 1913

PLAYER PIANOS We have the best on very easy terms with "No Note* to Sign. " Call or write and let us "show" you. Roanoke Muiic Co. C. T. M?r, 117 W. Campbell Ave. A Social News Itema nt Mrlal or aeraoatal Interact Mai be phoned to 'ft 4, or '? tl* K4ltor car* ut the ? k? n'arK.Xtn*. *? I . , z=V KF.HK I a STIIKMiTH l> MIK toll.. (Rv Arthur Sitinni'i > lera la ?-re>>Kih In the I i the earth there ik Uunhirr and youth liere la aolnie an<l h<>p.- in th<> upturned lu*m. n<t lo. 1 nJi.ill plant my aoul In It hare like a aeed' n<1 forth It nhill >-iime to me as a Unwci of ani'K, ? r?r 1 know it in goo'd to jc^l hack to the ertrrh *?t la orderly, pli.ild. all-patient' la Rood, to know h..w if.let nd nom omm ttal It iti niiii'n. Ma ample and opulent t>?jf?o?ii hat mini aome d.?\ num.- ua nil! cm >tr? ci.i m \cvTr.s. Tetania Tournament. Tnt...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 September 1913

STRENUOUS GAMES Newport Maw* *??New^ert Newn ud Roanoke battled twenty(eur tedv before an issue ton Id be gntned In the I-?1>pi' l'?y double-heeden. The first warn*. In th-) frWHltl|i going 11 1nnlr.Rn, to 4 to 4 draw, and Roanoke finally winning the afternoon. 4 to 1. In thirteen InnlnKS. In eacb irame Newport N>?s tit <1 th> score In the ninth, rettm* t*r run? in the morning. In that untile aml oi ? the afternoon. Au.?'in pitch. ?< I"-1 llantly for Xewport Sew* In th Ins Ifeme, nud but f->r the W? :? I * .<? !. ef Umpire Clark wouhl have a.1*' hit game. 3 to 2 in the pin.- inning- In :h ninth he gare way to M*t!h''?" * ?Ingle beleped to ti?' th? scor* <i.nii I "1 k Carter held the visitors ?sfe in th. tenth and eleventh. Tolsoa worked alx Inninc-- ?n.! ?*.:<* r?pla<*ed by Kflrd. who ? a.- t u by Umpire Clark In the Ninth 4 ? ?* * >- then going to the mound Pazon...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 September 1913

Many Persons are Waiting for the time to corn? when it will be easier to begin to ?Ave money than the present. This time will uever rowe, as each yaar in the futura bring* additional dctnanda And responsibilities, therefore, the time to start saving money is right now as onh today is ours. CITY NATIONAL BANK KuMofce, Va. CAPITAL ? ? ? stnriti Ann twoividcd pnoftrs m^m.oo Sum apar, J?- U 1 In [.0,000 Copies of the Great Roanoke Fair Preiqium List Hardly Fill Requests From World wide De mand. Whan the order ?*? given by tha Ireat RoanoUa Kalr. September 31. I. II and i?. for premium llata, tcrotary 'ftchoii, in prevent n ?furilly of the supply. hud printed two Ehouaand adxance aheete of the poul"ry and domeeilc department* H waa lought l>y aendlng oni thi* advanra, hatter the demand lor the r>(ul?r Hat Would be IrM. 11 WHO a mlataka though. for after the flr*t nrrtfr <>f j,0oo cm sl of a waa nearly exhausted Iy the preliminary mailing liat. ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 September 1913

1 of Our Stores Have a Fine, Full Line of ? These Sweet Cantaloupes Today and Tomorrow If I'fcere'e AirtUat ???, fl?r ?W In. w? H?t? It. Autumn Styles ll 1913?== Showing Now DUNLAP HATS. 80ft, Stiff, Silk, Opera Knapp Felt Hats. $3?$4?$6 Newest Colors. Fall Novelties in our Tailoring Department. Everything that's New and Fashionable is here. Visit us. W.R.Hancock Co. It 0??. W. Pay fit Co. J "Martha Washington" Camly?Yon ll (M It Only at ReefcerV .'As pure as the moat expensive; * fine aa tha high.at priced candies sold. Nana purer or better?sold only at Becker's, and only 50c pound. * Out-of-town orders s specialty. FALLEN. Florist. Jefferson street. Roanoke. Vs. FOR PROMPT KKHVICE AND ACCURATE RKfcVLTS Let us do your optical rork. We Git vnur oculists' prescriptions or replace r-ruken lens?s within sn hour. Complate optical plant in operation al*ay?. We will accurately fit you for piasaaa. H. O. MURRAY. OPT. n. JKMICI.Rr ?- RE Don't Be Deceived! Remodeling and r?<3c.ifn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 September 1913

PHOm 143. -v I * ? If ??? do not r*Mir? youf paper by ! ' P- phon* tht builM?i offle*. ?n<l ? tow will k? (?nt yaw ?t oiet kr ?p?j ri?l W? waat you t? r?I ?l*? the Worl4-N?w> ?v?ry d*y. VOL. 48?No. 55. CBUS MZt-XXtt S AFTERNO ON, SEPTEMBER 3, 1913. I5SS5>UrrmBl ALMOST IN TEARS, WOMAN III POLICE COURT TELLS STIHEV OF MISTREATMENT ? - _ ? I BRAVELY ACCUSES CLARENCE TYREE Judge Berkeley Hears Remarkable Recital From j Mrs. Annie Elliott ? Asserts That Prisoner, Pre- j tending to Be a Detective, j Lured Her Into a Room; j That She Finally Was Al- j lowed to Go and Her Money Returned. j COMMONWEALTH MAY DEMAND HEAVY BAIL Almost in teara from apparent In- ; rtirnut ton nnd tnortlftcatlon. but stlokInn t|?M?-)y to a atory she had related to her hu^tmnd and othera. Mra. Annie Klllott. wife of J. E Elliott, of tl? \V eat Salem av?nu?, today in Judge Iterkeley's court told a story of r.?l*tr?.at ment at the handa of Clsrenro Tyree. a blacksmith. which resulted...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 September 1913

It" TO JAPAN INCREASE | W??hla|tOt, fcpt. J.?Exports from Ik* United States to Japan In th* fis*1 WW J?W ended were greater than to all other parts of Asln comaccording to official flgurm of th* Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department of Commerce. flM rt* to Japan increased in H?o Bln?lo year four and one-quarter million dollars, while thoao to other of A<U dec re ised six and onemillion in the imrne period The _ axports to Japan In 1313 were -JJ1.0H; those to all other Asia .If to the flKure.i ?>f exJ*P*n Proper there were add- * to Koret And Japtn^?? lfaced u*rr lh China, the total to errltory Jn 191S would be |5?,T20~*n<1 to ?" other Aula I65.335,;?9. Exports to Japan In 19 1a were "W than aver before and ?or* than two and one-half times hi. *M*t aa in 1910 which wit, however, 18 ???ptlonally low year In the ex - WHt trade to that country. They (.mounted, In I91S, to I57.74 1.S15, a* itated before, and only crossed the f,f_. y-milllon ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 September 1913

TOILET NEEDS ???? ' , " A Full Line of Toilet and Bath Needs lor the Ladies* Toilet Table. W? htv* a full Una of the Mm*. d<? Fours ToiUt Bpwialt lea?Cold rrttm. r?o? Powders, Mnaaaitn ('rttmi, Hair Tonlo. Hair Hhatnpooa, Cutloule preparations?all of Mm*, du Foura' tollat specialties are (uaranteed to |1t? tglra satisfaction. A fall lid* of Hudnut's Tollat Wstara. Cold Crtami and Powdara, Tooth Bruatmi, Tooth Powders, and Creama. All toilet preparations at lowaat prices. BATH *1 rri.lKR Bath Roapa. Towels. Wash Rags. 4711 Perfumed Sea Salt. 16c and lie bottle; Sea Halt In ba(?, 10c. 1 for 26c, Bath Bruahea, Ho. up; Bath Capa. 60c. FOR THIS MAM?Sharing Supplies: Shaving Brushes. Creams. Boa pa. Lotloni; fiafetr Itasora. t&o up; Raior Strops. !6o up; Talcum Powders, 10c up; Hair Brushes and Combs, all prlcea. OOINQ ON VACATION f?Ut ua supply all your needs. Special Una fine Clgara, put up In bosea of It. |1 00 and 91.16 a boa; Pipea. and your favorite la Cigaret...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 September 1913

World News MHT, 11^ 35- . 114 14.1 KB?; ROTICB TO irBDCIUBKRS Mkatriflltu ?? T*f Wnrli-lfwi to paid la ilTiam aa4 mhwrlh?r? abMM witrk (to riplratWm date* W (to lateh ml ttolr H?*r, >>4 avail imnrii la pvmttty. OllrrnUf (kr M??f will to wkra fto (la* Is MH. All ? tot ilyllan a r* r??*lr*4 to to >?? la a<T*aet, aaS Ihla rale will kfvftrlrtly aalarcH. THE RCTMON. A fear Roanokers arc taking an ao- j live Interest In making arrangement* for th? veterans reunion here Sep-; I ember 17, 18 and 19. In the even-! Irk they hold conference* and mapi Cuf plan* and during the day they; work out the details. and the task. While gladly and happily undertaken. Is not easy. Considering Its nature. It should have the earnest attention of every citisen. and the committee* In charge should have an abundance of assistance. In saying this we have ?o purpose to question Roanoke's attitude. As a matter of fact the city fs keenly interested and every step taken f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 September 1913

1 ? LAYER PIANOS We have the beat on very May terms with "No No tea to Sign.'' Call- or writ? and let us "ahow" vou. Roanoke Music Co. C. T. JK.MI.HUI M?r, 117 W. Campbell Ave. ? J L - " Social News !???? ?( Bi?rUI ? Hnnil lateral Ml k? phoard to M4, er ???t ? tkr Mflflr Kdlttr Mr* *1 Ik* a* WcrU-Ntmi In Honor of Mbm KHxtrr. Mies Rtnma Hester entertained imlnflT at brlde-lunchaon thin ;>rning at her home on Patterson ,?n?ie, a. w., tn honor of Miss Helen *r?uerlate Kelater, u bride-elect of tob?r. The lower apartments were 1ahly and beautifully decorated with I vaaes of Klllarncy rows, quantla of hydranuaea and trullInK cleitla. Five fable* of bridge engaged play during the morning, the guest*' vce* were marked at the table* by Jnty hand painted place carda and ?re carda. After the r>m? the honoree was ?aented with a pair of ailver ailpr bucklea by the hoeteaa. and a love* luncheon ww served at the t&blea. la Iom ware In the ahapaa of wedig bells, o...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 September 1913

UNEARTH WINS wTcirtir. wmtUmI rj 'Vk, Augnst II ?In digit well on tk* prtmlM of ? Jeorge irMr, at this phc*. the we St men tk?4 tk* lower moltnr tooth And Motion or th? backbone of an AMsrican maetodon The rear molar tooth, that *?? found la a stratum of ?aml and marl at a depth of sixty-odd feet below the surface of the earth. Is. with the exception of the root* l?? a stnte of almost perfect preservation The portion of th?- I tooth above the /??l? In covered with | ? smooth black rvmel which appears : to be an perfect asf when It wan in the ' month of the llvlnv monster Its top j surface which contains four double projections or cusps, with a .?m*ll j rudimentary one at one ind. shown that It was the rear tnodnr tooth of thlower Jaw of the mastodon. ??<! measares eight by three and a half inches . Prom the top surtacn- to ih<* ? nd of the I roots the tooth mu?t hav?_ been from I twelve to fl/tet n inches Ion*" w hich to- . (ether with the fact that the top sur...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 September 1913

, r?. i f. irta! * ' - ,4* 'rri-?.i ? ? ? <? # ? Vi.-dli | '?-* v '?* .IV? *1 j .? (v *inv ? .' \ '**T^ 1 # ? ! f >*. - VI1 4 ? -r V J ? ? > ?r.1 111 1 -? ? *. ?? t < 1 ??> 1 > ? * ??>| ? ?? * ,0. 4 ?j j ?*rlei<?? . . ?>?"???? tV-ii... f ? hlf .. . I'- '??* ' ? -n.l f K I ? .?. U %* t> r* *' ?? n ?? ? ' ; -?? . ? ? ? ??? . t-j.- S-. ? . ^?1 I 'Ji>n{ a N UTT. ?'? n it ?t a Tv.'. It I no % s. ?k r. 1 ir it * ' ? ? e : !! __ 1 11 1 1? ? ?*f ? '1 r* ?'? 1 h } '? "??. h-r *S ? IX'VlA ir 4 " ? "till. ?? 1 ? >alby. Cb I <V,r?l?n. rf 1 l.i*ba r. t ; lKrr? man p 1 A K 0 ? I 0 ? ? I ? ? ? 1 1 1 ? & J4 II K' Th? ?f?rt b.v Inmnga: # K X?w|.ntl N?wa n#0 100 >>?* ? ! IHfmnuk* o?o ooo 009-0 lutrmm y?!t|c>| . n b?t?. t*h??l?nl HI, Uondulft ill. ftmlth. <Julnn Double 'Have Carter to t'haatent to Hmldnw; ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 September 1913

1 WORDS Piece of Pyrotechnic Display a tthe Great Roa noke Fire a Wonderful Creation in Powder. On* of bout, pyrotechnlcal d'.sp.a,,'g ?v?r ?ttnessed In this ?e<tiort of tlu.j&At# W,?wn each evening at tf?' Great Roanoke Kalr. The fire- ? crks display to be feature of the big Bight fair., is not one of the mere Homan candle or sky rocket variety, but K 'will be an exhibition of a.11 tH*t 11 beautiful and no* el In fireworks. Won tl< rful aerial bombs. after reachl''? ?e>era.l hundred feet in 'he air wii' release-gorgeous. canopies of feathery plumes in the richest colorins Soon atH 4i?pla>* burets of golden h.uigin# ?purs, representing th? bran-hes of the wllloer;- some will *end forth mam moth yellow streamer* tipped wit!' beautiful leveled (Urn of bewildering beauty. While others will explode d?.;ens of timea. sendlntr forth * shower of a thousand different ?p.?rk? afcd tiny ballon*. r>e?idc? these aerial work* the...

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