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Page PAGE THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 November 1913

DAIRY COURSE AT 1 V. P. I. THIS WEEK "NtMlBll? far All lllrrMltd ?? Oft PlMtla |l l\ m.? le<t*e?I ectilie ???? I ?*i H;?lrar? \ Itmrlrd Ciafa*. Blaeksburg. V*., Nov. 1.?Professors \Y. K. Bri?lnnril and C P. HoM?wnjr, of (ho departui' nt of nnlmul husbandry. V. p. |? will dsvots all their time thla month to tile studenta In JJ* apcclai ? oursa In dairying that begins nt the ngTlcaltural collriio Monday. Novemlwr 3. and continues four wwk*. Thla ?'?HirM Is designed to nHt the ntfd? of those Virginia inen and woman who lad themselves with dairy farina or herds and lack the practical .experience to mike them pay a* they should or ? wiipW of?tli. m?wliu wlali?tu *better thair condition by having a practical iltmoHtrttloa of the theories they j read of In booka or hear from lecturers. No charge la mad^nTor tuition. There j la no coat other than a registration fee of one dollar. v*copt for a month'* board, which may be had at prices ranging from sixteen to twenty dol- [ lam. Dr....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 November 1913

Decades to Reform r.*r ? ? ****??~r "i-r'i th+ '?' i" ??.??. VmiteM M?(ti ,i ml VantiJa Ao* br-??t . *l*ri?lty. n fa ?/??"*. Mif/i /Ao nrihr u I hit orh' lr, a Mrrlii'r <>' dtirrKdNuiM rrpwftfioit. trio /> r nbrit.M* reaeott? >/>,? .???# Mr> l? rfii'nlffi kit Ihitm u Imring ro6bo?~* commtllvl by Iki? butt' ?>/ "ihmIi" Dm vitoN keteuttk, and i?/>r ? V mtri mtinf (A* ilt(rn<w fbtvini i It" ?lt ul* trith fi M'/orHift# ft'i trfco, ?/le? I WtKlV U> W h.Jfk I 4tirrmtnr4 to "turn ntreiuht ???<<# //>? ?Cee?rt?M T?tS. ?.? ?h<. V*w Tr-% llomM * * " H?M* i 0\K. of V Ui'wt tl"torlon,- -i>* thiex-* tin* country ever and one whii fisxtivd in' one "f the aivni darlmt ?'>t iierpat rated In thw votti>uv. if!er K-rvltiK lit* nine lii in "Kr emerged with ll??* f"ll 'l<'t.riuii.?tn>u to "turn ?trn...

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Page PAGE FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 November 1913

He who has not * systematic habdi of savinf it without any fixed purpose in life j: ; Ail are willing ?o sar? the hundreds, but to moat of us, money does not come this way. ? Bow few anxious to save the dimes, yet we all hare dimes to sa*?. ?uwf.: The starting of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT is important. $1.00, deposited with us, will do it. CITY NATIONAL BANK Kouioke, Ta. rarrraIj .... ....l _ iliiu'Lt i amu t'NDinnr.u ruornrs ?ns,?k>.<i MARKETS *?ot'k Hirkrl. New York. Nov. J.?The luime of pn?sf* ?considerably l??>r ?i iti? tir(lnniiiy of l/UattieBa on thf ?tock market thl? iron In* Trading ?*a n<?t heavy. but ptilcca yit-ldad on iti"?l*rut?jltm inn*. York Si.ocU .tu?ini yuowiinr.v^^cw ?Cirtailir. A?n?i rorp?-t A Atri A 1 I'iri A in ? ??, Am Can I'M v r*? A si lataud My' I An. t utt?u < *11.. Air lr#Aefmi'?. Am l.li.wo! Am fjvoaimlv". A Ui hU)f IIA. I'.ef. ??I Am* A It; I.M , A ui -?i it?ii ?T. <4 ??ra?le ?!a?.... J.i l lcU A...

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Page PAGE SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 November 1913

I' Country Buckwheat *?? I idder's Maple Syrup r i ML t - The genuine sap, in all size containers. Special prices If Tktrr^ Aartklaf ???. r*4*r (k* nwm. We IU?? II D,id You Win or Lose? Pay Up! Hats of the best make await you. The Dunlap The Knapp-Felt The Stetson and Our English Block. W .R.Hancock Company Successors to Gfo. W. Payne Co. IftHallMi la Mew's Wearta* Anarrl. On the Level. f have never J>een Into a better res- j aurant than this one. These words ware spoken by a traveling man who i a as din Ins at the OLYMP1A CAKE the .other day. This is only one instance. 1 Words of praise sre heard every day J at this popular emit. We Invite you ; to dine here. You will he so delighted ? with the service and food that you will | call again. Wi are serving the J. T. i Whits A Co.'s faipoUs "Extra Solect** j oysters direct from , the oyster beds. < Triy us. We are located at 110 Camp- | hell, avenue, west.? (Adv.) Many XqtcI Table IHIciclr* at Berk-1 rr&gt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

HHPS AND EQIINEIIT 01 SPECIAL TRAINS HEAD ~ t H# IUAM Fifteenth Cavalry Ordered ?To Leave Fort Sheridan At ? '--Once For El Paso Boundary While the Administration Awaits Huerta's Reply to Ultimatum, Preparations for Developments Go Forward Actively -President T^tn ttitmatirm Simmer a Few Hours While He Goes to New Jersey to Vote- Tension Is Not Relieved By His AbsenceConfers With Secretary Bryan Just Before His De- ' ^nrtur&l;-Officials Are Consistently Silent, Maintaining Thai No Announcement Should Come From Wash, ington until the Next Step Is Made--All the Great Power* Agree to Co Operate. V - ?- MID iItervenhon great mistake. SAYS GARRA1ZX. REVOLUTION LEADER % wBE* j. ' Chicago, Nov. 4.?Acting under orders issued by the War Department, four troops of the Fifteenth Cavalry are preparing to leave, ^ort Sheridan for El Paso next Friday. The troops and equipment win travel on special train* _ WARSHIPS ARE READY * Washington. D. G., Nov. 4?Secretary Daniels reiterated tod...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

?and equipment on special TBAINS HEAD JOB THE MEXICAN BORDER (Continue! frvu WMrtWajt DtOUHU TO OOMXXVT . Aboard President'* Train, Baltimore, Nor. 4. No Word of comment vu obtAinAble from President Wilson today on the ultimatum demanding Huerta'i resignation. The president gave no etideaee of being worried over the actuation and it apparently calmly awaiting Huerta'i&ply. The president la acoompanied on his trip to Prinoeten by Miss-Bleanor Wilson, his youngest daughter. ^ BIO MISTAKE. BAYS CARANZA Nogales, Mexico, Nov. 4.?General Oarraxua, oonrtitutionalist leader, commenting upon Mexico City dispatches telling of the ultimatum of the United States, in demanding the immediate retirement of Provisional President Huerta. declared: "I consider armed intervention on thai fificl the United States or any other power a great mista-ko.'' He declined to comment further until he heard from his agents in SpBSwIP^: LEAVENWORTH TROOPS GOING. Leavenworth, Kan., Nov. 4?Preparations w...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

. ^ Delicious Soda (c{ JJrinJtsJ. ; ( ta ??? Try Ow , Hot Chocolate With WklttH OHM W* ?rf Mn-lag KaiiwkkM, I Hakrd rtN, Hal C'alM, U?4 Tf*. Hoi Tta, Hal Taatata Haallloa, Hat Mai tad MUk. lea t'rui all laiar McGEE'S PHARMACY1 10* ffiOTWii. trrxmc, ? w. mracRirno!! nnccoiiTi WEOniNU BarQVKTI KllUrru y Koih 0wm( or I4liy of Valley. FALLON. FLORIST. Kotnok*. Vt NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. TKLKTBONK id RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. the erroHE or vuatTY. Eagle Brand Breakfast Bacon We have Just received a full and complets Hue of very fine firftkfut Bacon, Side Meat and llama. We carry a choice line of meats an follow*: Country Hjum, Ea?le Brand lLamft. Beef. Fbrfc, V?U. lamb, k Country Saiuw^v Bolotooa WoOort Ham Siloed. Fall Shipments Fhun Pudding, Mine ? i^urrentM, Citron, lined Itmtn*. Moyd County Buckw. r?* Cabin Maple Krrnp, \'ew Oi-Hm, Hominy, White Ilf'lMi __ Butter October Hew*. Cncumber Hour tickle. Sweet and Mixed ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

A r.VTHKIFs LOVE. ?'After having been missing from! her home here twelve months," says! ? a dispatch from Lomchtrorg to Thej ^ orld New*, ''a young woman named j who had been an Inmate of a I resort In the red light district, was located 1hsI> night when she t>ellevcd! ?toe was on her death bed. For month* ahe had lived in the house under an aasumed name and her par*nta had abandoned their hunt for *er, night aho attempted to commit suicide and when ahe believed ?he wa* dying she told her real name and asked that her father b? aent for. The father Immediately responded to the call and h?> has made arrangements to take the girl home." F*or one year this girl had followed ? lie calling of a fallen woman. ' She passed beyond the bounds of society and had given her life to an occupation that has the lowest grade .In human records. From the ways of ? good woman she had departed an infinite distance, and under the standards of. the world was the most hopeh...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

?' 1 ' ' . ' I ROANOKE MUSIC CO. C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. PIANOS, PLAYERS ?Vt<rl>?y Terms? and '?No Notes to Sign" Factory Branch Houae 117 W. Campbell Ave. ETTEB-COX. Intere.tlaa \wr4lal Kveat ?? Rlk < rrrk?4 klrrli TaMefully UwirBlH. Klk Creak. Nov. 1.?8p<Iriil ? One of the leading ?ovlal event* of thla month and on* that la of much Intereet In Houthwnl Vtrglnln. becauae of the wide apt-cad popularity of the bride, wm the marriage of Mlva Blanch Cox, of Independence to ><r. Bnvd C. Keller, of IlnraI Retreat, which wns <*elebrated in Bridle Craek church Wednesday mornin? ut 10 o'clock. The church *u tastefully drrorglsd with evergreen. autumn leave* and y elj low chrysanthemum*. carrying: out a color acheme of yellow and xrrtn. T>urIrt* the ceremony which ?aa performed by the Rev. J. M Pax ton, tha bride and (ruom stood In a inml-clrrl* made of evergreen and yellow chryaanthemum*. ?while OTer them w...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

A?k your dealer for thia pure food today Spread ? it thickly on bread for tKe children. Uk it for cooking. !t uvea you I0e to 20c a pound. Be tore to ret Marigold ? in the package shown here. MORRIS & CO., 117 >ar(olk. \Trior. r UOA*OKK. VA. ? ? ? ? ?JPJaDDDDDODnDElxM - fO HEAR ROLLING 1 , : STOCK TAX CASE The first formal flaht against the provitTbni of th* rolling stock tax law passed by the last legislature will be called before the State corporation commlulon In Richmond tomorrow, when- the city aollcltor of Petersburg will present the city's contention in a petition to restrain the Seaboard Air Utne and Atlantic Coast I-lne raiiwavs from paying rolling stock tax to the several counties throuirh which th?roads run. Instead of paying to the < cities where the principal railway of- | flees sre- located. The city of Roanoke has Joined re- , tersburg In the light. and the Norfo'k * Western cases will be Inject*, il i?Ij| the hearlnjr Solicitor 8. Ha...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

? - ,-r - RTENK FROM M \ \ M< \ I. x|?| ( I'M |>:t * r Till \< vi>? vf*> ??r Ml Slf lONK.Ur. AMUSEMENTS "SnlimH*'.' Ilrrr {Vinlflil. ? With <? rn|D|>'iii> ? f <'\' r I'M' p?n|.1?>. Iltc'iidmp an nr'Kcm:! "f "ji.tmivninf. hc.?"!lfut ".""jwtll^ K<? hwrt In this Ihf AcndcRiv tanitfh:. ?i??l it In w:tf?> So. any iftai (jrfrtl'T i?m??!{v ? or n??r?* Mnhorat* prod n-ilm; h .s no\?-r ?'???? n Ifi ihn city. In pn-^iilin* ?1plll'lli' M ? :t??n ?>f "Salntiie." ? \j?.?)>?*? s-finn ti> n?v?? b?>o!i throwi. (.? tin; wi.iut. _ Th> ? unpany cmbr.tcos i< h fain >11 ? n'..ir.-? ? A Jiwfph I". Sh? M iiltnm Antoineita l-o Bruit. ?Mil". I.yili.i Sinrt.Mix.* Pnjin1? (il.vbn ?'?cklin, Mias T - 1 1 . ACAD E M Y I liftdas .\?V. Ilk Mnirifh Kufllfal ^prrtaclf SALOME la four nn<) ?rrart, wlfh...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

PORTER CHARLTON ATOM TRIAL FUILYREFORMED rr RSNRT WOOD. Hhm Cpcrsaponden( United PT-e*e ? Oozao. Italy. Nov. 4.?Port*'- Charlbuu of Judc* Charlton. Tat* and lnrima.te friend of fornur ProMent Taft-?aw*ftinr trial haw for tl>? murder of hla wife. for(TMrtr Mary Scott Castle. m 1?10. In ibi?iy > rafunuad majr?Thts is n-<i - aty the tm conviction of the "Ison t nthoriUes wlio hare him In chsrg?* "at thJa waa a!ao th* Impression mad* ban Charlton wrse visited today by t>M United Press correspondent under > mala I parmiaa ton from the minister if Juatioa. T'ruler this r*forned aspect, youn*! barlton la proving a profound mys- I t'<ry to hia Jailers and the JudtcU! tutohrltiaa generally. Short in ststure. v> Ith ll*ht haJr. blue eye* snd pale | tiv** he fives no outward evidence of th* unusual physical strength whirli mad* htm prise-winning sthlete in hia high school days at Omahu. Neb. an4 the college year* whic...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

He who has not a systematic brbit of saving Is without any fixed purpose in Ufa. ? ?-w: ? ?J All ax* willing to si.ve tie hundreds, but to most of as, money does not oom* this way.. J How few seem anxious to save the dimes, yet we all havj dimes to RiV*. The starting of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT is important. $1.00, deposited with us, will do it. CITY NATIONAL BANK t Kuaookr. Vs. CAOTAt MM PH.M4.M lllKPLt'l AND t \ll|VIOKl> PH?rir? mm. . ?ss.ooo.t* MARKETS ? Market <!???.*. Xnv York. Nov. 4.?>Tbc ??Hon and ~^tock rxchaugta ara cloaca, elactlou Uy. '.'tuning guotatloita?Srlt tork S?ocll Rirkaat^ a?eaO. Ha?.... w t.cMch v?il*r . 1- AN <?'H X h. I' A 8 Si M. I -* M K. A T ? Mo. I acltfr Nt!. Hl.ctilt ... ?Nation.; I-???1 . .N KulVIri :! pt N Y N Y Out 4. W.. *. A IV ><>??? Vm.rhaii ' p><?tbmi Ptc 107J. i'aclUr Mall .... ?3 IVnc ivl. aula .* Hw 1*3- > ?i?? ... ;t*? A lAfti. A 1 ??% A.c ...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 November 1913

?? For Breakfast - - * . ? ?. ? . "Country Buckwheat :" 4c lb., 71bs. 25c Scudder's Maple Syrup The genuine sap, in all size containers. Special prices ir . Aarlblea !*??, ( ?4rr II* W? lla?e II. D,id You Win or Lose? Pay Up! Hats of tlie host make await you. The Dunlap The Knapp-Felt The Stetson and v. Our English Block. W. JR. Hancock Company -Successor* td Ceo. W. Payne Co. IffthUUli I* ?>?'!?? On the Level. t have jitrtr been into a better rea- ' Kint than thla one. Theae worda 1 apokcn by a traveling man whoi VII dlnlnf at the OLYMPIA CAKE the ntbur day. Thin la only one Instance Worda uf pralae are heard every day art thla popular cafe. We Invite you [ to dltie here. You will be no delighted vlth the aervice and food that you will call attain. W?- are aervlna the J. T .White JL Co.'* f&moua "Extra Select" joyjtteni direct from_ the oyater beds. Try uh. Wc are located at 110 Camp- | hell avenue, weal.?(Adv.) Many .Noicl Table* Uellwcki at Ik-ck-&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

ens wyy-WflW/y Vbt VOL. 58?No. 102. ?VMNINO WORLD, FmiM lM. ?vmna /tmw*. m>. ROANOKE, VA-, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 5, 191?.. mnmi or rn ASSOCIATED ram WEATHER. PRICE?TWO CENTa STATE-WIDE SWEEPS I ?THE FIRST DISTRICT SUMMERS CRUSHED Br TEMPERANCE VOTE Majority for Frank P. Buchanan In the Race for State Senate, 860 - Organization Badly Punctured In Norfolk, But Three of Its Candidates Being Elected. Citizens Win Legislature, Indicating ' Downfall of Judge Lawless - Buck and Huff, Democrats, Named In the Southwest. BARLEY WINS IN BOTETOURT COUNTY Bristol. Ya.. Nov. ?Special.? The return* from 2fi of the 28 # precincts in Washington county, give* It. K. Buchaua^. democrat, a majority of over :WK) over L. P. Summer*, the republican candidate for senator from the First district composed of the counties of Smyth and Washington and the city of #Bristol. Buchanan'a majority over Summers in Bristol in 95. These majorities added to a majority of 438 in Smyth county, gives Buc...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

-WIDE SWEEPS FIRST DISTRICT |? .On p> Majorities to (Ysuklln. (Ir? Democratic Uaket VM ran kiln county, the candiklnic Uiruo mujorltle* in f precinct in the county. _ WW. B?(Spednl).? ) it men V. TjSiO. leadar of the Democrats- orwinte'tian in Norfolk. *M tn yMUMty'i election re-elected rlerk of the court* for a term of right year* .bef Inning January let. 1*1*, Mfcci^. city official*, on the organisation ticket who won wete; K. J. Dqran, commissioner of the avanue and B. Oray Tunstall. city treasurer, re-elected for terras of lour years am.ii. ^ The rest of the OMlssns* ticket *ai elected a* follow*: J. Uunyan Jon.s, city collector; C. U Hudgtna. city eergeunt; p. Shacklefowl. Comntonwealth's - attorney, all for terras Wf.'H tour year? each. Bf ' B. A. "Woodward and W. P. . C6ustX? ari' elected members of the ^ bouse of dcleg*t?sln lh?- next VirH?-'; alula utmhly. Mr. CousinK has d?(Urcd for local option. Rj-' "Mr. Trehy won over hi.* opponent tt. W. Peatross. by a major...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

Delicious Soda KUT M COLU. ??? la mmS Tf j Oar Hot Chocolate McGr.FTS PHARMACY I I1KSCK1FTVON nm ouii'i'H . . ? 101 C.UtPBOJi AVKKUE, 8. W ? nil C*M Mt. all waDDl.ua Borai ETs Klllarney Rom*. Mhi Ptu. or iJUy of Vsllsy. FALJXJN. FLORIST. tUwnok*. V*. NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOE YOUR MONEY'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Uh Prove It to Yon. TKLKPQOXE in. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. THE STOW OF PLKXTY. Eagle Brand Breakfast Bacon Wo have Just received a full and cuffitflete line of vory fine Breakfast Bacon, Side Meat and Ilams. We 6?rrjr a choice line of meat* as follows: Ksfflr Unnd Pork, Veal, lamb, Frankfurter*, Country Kmuu?<% Bolocona sauna**. BoUrd Ham Sliced. Fall Shipments (turn Pudding. Mini* Moat. Mrdud RaifJon, Currents, dtron, PlUitl Dauv ? '--Floyd County Ruck, whoat. 1/og C%bin Maplo Syrup, New GHu, Hominy, - White 1 loans. Butter Brans, Octobrr Iloana. Cucumber Sour Pickle, kwcrt and Mlicd Pickle. Coffee raMe Do Hole, Karrnna, Poetum Cetval. Our Own Brand, ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

H/tTK*. I > \OVAK(K, NOTICE TO SUBURBAN *1 SUBSCRIBERS. -S??OrtBfctr 1, 1B1S, Ikf 1 ?" "n? Roiqreire-t tke Warli-Xcwt I. | >???>*? Crystal ?i?rlaa, | "?lrttll Caart. Tlr*la.|a | "??? will be la i ?' nk? will | ** ?tar Ik* Mlrrr; af all *a- | W?e*4 Mllfft all Csaaptalate aa ?? faaltr 4f1lttrr ?r be ?***?!Ir tcrmiMi ttr r*n- * ?t?r |>koar 1M1-L J Vi, r ???. MMfi <>ua4a>. ?BI? lORLn HtPl.l?Hl>0 oo, lac. * ?. rtakkarm FeaaMeat. ' *> WlWa. Kdttar J.*a M "?"CE TO tl'BsCIUllKH<l T *"*y?rt?H?a ta Tk? Warl?-Xawa * fca paM la a^rtanri aaal anhwHk. *** "Mrt tW riplratloa datra ?* lahala af (krlr M^r, aaal araa<l "" ",U ?? ?rai?tly? Ulktrxu* tkr JJ**' 7'" *S? tlar * . A **wrt?M#u are r*?ulrt4 ta ~ aad tfcla rale vain ?Ti'-^RT ron.MivEHxon. H*nry C. (Stuart ha* been fleeted governor at Virginia. In the begin-1 "?ng of next year he will assume' the duties now discharged by Judg...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

lOANOKE ' MUSIC CO. C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. PIANOS, Very Easy Term* end ??No Notee to Sign" Factory Branoh Houm 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News lt??? ?f wrtnl mr ?m?Ml lat*r> ?at raa be phanr* tn Mi, ?r Mil ?? Ikr lutl.tr t<Ular care of lk? Informal Tea Drinking. ?Mrs. W, J. Men*<>n. Mrs. Utortr laicna and Hit. J. M. Dunkley ?ri< the boste**e* i f nit Informal tea drinking this afternoon from ? to ? o'clock ut iHc^jioni# of A|r*. IIhikoii, on Kouth Honnoke street. Thin tn the first of a ?erle* ?f ten drinking* Mesdames llenson, Lucas and Dunkley will give thin winter ? ? ? The Thursday Morning MiiiIi* Club w?.ei? tomorrow morning at 10:Jo o'clock Iti Klmwnod Hark. In* llntlotix Is?u? ?i. Mi*. K. L.' Sutherland, of Dublin. htM imufd Invitation* to h larije *mi lirllllnnt ritvaptlvn which will lake Place on Saturday afternoon. November the Mh. from four to rnx o'clock. Havetat htmilrfd lavl'tatlops have been .sent out unit the Kiir*...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

IKMMIC PAINS I PROMPTLY DISAPPEAR It to Bm4Im to suffer with rhm?nd h> ill rrlpplnl UP. and I bent oat of Shape with Its heart-, wrenching P*ln?. when you can avoid it. Rh*nMtl*m oome* from weak, inactive kidneys that (all to filter from the blood the poisonous waste m?tter anCt grtaactd: and the only way to owreomc U ia to remove the cause Croxone doee this b*eau*e It ntutrallaes and dlaaolvea th? poisonous and uric add that 'lodge XSTr^ rrtn ? and Irritate and cause rheumatism, and BlMlii out and strengthens tfl> up. Inactive kidneys, ao they can filter the potoon from the blood, and drive tt on and out of the nyr>fa> Croxone la a truly remarkublo medicine for rheumatism. kidney . trouble? and blxdder disorders You will find It differs from other rerr.edi?a. There Is nothing olse Just like; It. Xt matters not how old you are. or? how ton* you have suffered. It i?, practically Impossible to take it without results. Relief follows the firs...

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