ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: World News, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 38,694 items from World News, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
38,694 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

ROANOKE, VAn MONDAY THE WEATHER. FAIR AND WARMS* TOtUT AND TUESDAY. ' RVBKIXO WORI.D, ruwlH ?M?. ?Y?\IXU WKWB. 5RNOON, JUNE 16, 1913. PRICE?TWO CENTS. iJUTLOOK CRITICAL IN WEST VIRGINIA ? ? ?' ' Union and Non-Union Min mm Reported on a Strike. F?* B?ver Field nvolred and Fifteen Thousand Minors Affected ? Claim' That Mine Guards "Beat i Up" Four Men in Cabin* . Creek Figur?s in Troublo. { fTITFESSUS TELL OF REIGN CF TERROR ?? rh^5f*T,UB w- v*- Ju'1* with Ind.ifcrtjal war ajain declared In Writ ? ?Uinta. the <??? n tlo coal strike Invent.#et n* committee today confronted a . .hdi.ofc that ?eemed crtiUal ana wnpllt.UeU Word that the strike wnv ?**? ?n. drifted into Charleston from many, tourer ?, . 1 !>? miner*' lawyers were unab> V rf, n?t the ??*n?tm of nten who ?' 1,0 (aid there wero feu union miner* In the Held, hut tnat both union and non-union men had yult. . I .. 'W* officials today watch anxloiiaiy the actuation In New Hlver dlatrieta few mlltf...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

rlnne WHY not start the summer off blithely with economy at the forefront by spending less and getting more in these great stocks of spic, span, new underpriced Undermuslins and kindred lines of white. The scope of the helpfulness of our semi-annual sale has broadened out surprisingfcagi lv. Never has the store been so plentifully supplied with the newest and best from makers of high repute. Never have values been more temptingly good than these which embody OUR USUAL SAVTNO IN > OUR JUNE SALE OF WHITE. You can pick with your eves shut and be sure of true bargains?our warrant of value goes hand in hnud with all purchases. White everywhere?ooeans of itl And on Monday morning, next, at 8 o'clock, it will be at the high-tide of helpfulness. Come prepared to have your keenest expectations realized! T N - I I White Silk Gloves That are wanted NOW to wear with the dainty lingerie. ^ " v THE FAMOUS KAYSER GLOVES *WO olup 50c, 75c, $1.00 Sixteen button \ $1.00, $1.60, $2.00 ~ ' H...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

p..*. , i, ?. . .w t?" ; . ; # ?-k . ? " '? J'"1, 1* That Mysterious Sundae Have You Tried it? The New Soda Special?It's Great, only 10c 8PE0IAL?With each MYSTERIOUS SUNDAE, we give* you, free, two coupons good for two chances on a 5-pound box Kern's Special Mixed Chocolates and Bon Bona ? given away free every Saturday, at 10 p. m. Don't fail to come in and try this v New Soda Special?Everybody Likes It If you want the best Soda Water, served in the most up-to-date way, all the latest drinks, and old ones, too, come to MeGee'a. Special Today?Peach Sherbet, made from fresh fruit. ? Pineapple Frost, Raspberry Sundae,* made from fresh fruit; ice Cream Soda, all kinds Sundaes. Come in?make our fountain your headquarters. McGEE'S PHARMACY SSSJJS?: NOT FOE NOTHING, t ? BUT FOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH f DO WE DESIRE 1 YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to Yoi^ ?.?.: ? I TELCPHOilC tn I RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY, 1 f CANTALOUPES A nice line of sweet large canteloupes. Almost any size. CEREALS Toasted ...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

th? AGITATION. the history of every country ?re periods loot or short in ertala characteristics of human predominate. Priro to 177# untry for years was In a unroot. The germ of revoluM planted m the hearts of the and from a *111011 beginning anlrreeletlble power. When Bngfand boron many viewed the situation with , apprehension and believed ; chaos and ruin were to take the of pooce and order. When the oaded and the nation en00 era of growth and prosheoo people came to see that at flrot eeemed. dioaetroue was end beneficial. conditions were repeated ion with the Civil War. before that conflict began were planted North and and their growth spread from ; heart and from mind to mind i, flames of warfare swept everyDestruction aad confusion for reigned supreme, but when raa declared It brought th* ?? era of marvelous develWhat had seemed a vast ?e proved ultimately an ( closer union and greater snt. _ \kM4 *?eiury later., the ? fl'lod with unrest. This to confined to no particular but Is...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

Roanokel r Co. PIANOS ON EASY TERMS NO NOTM TO SIGN C. T. JINNIROI. Icr, 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News lt?M mt Metal er il li<tr> M? rag k? ?bM?4 ?? M4, w a*at la tk* lxl*tr K4itar vara at Ika tkf WaH4-N?w?. Thr OnanU>; (lub Optalu, The formal opening of the Country Club Saturday afternoon wu a most brilliant and beautiful spectacle. The ?lub hotiM, porchaa and lawn were thronged with exquisitely gowned ?Imtn and their eacorta, about ftv* hundred bains preeent at thla dellghtful afTalr. The membership of the club la over four huatfret, aad th?r? waa a large attendance of out-of? town gueata. Never haa there been a more beautiful gathering of woman and young gtrla than that at tha olub Saturday for, each aaa ?niiad to Ha wltb the oth?>r In lovely costumes. and the oharmlnx Informality waa uauaually enjoyable. An orchestra waa In attendance during tha hours of tha reception la tha afteraaaa, u4 alao at night for the Informal hop which waa...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

re of the June White Sale Special Values Owing to the unusually cool weather, during the past week, we find quite a showing of White ?i oods not closed out. In consequence, weuehall continue the June White Sale through the p resent week. * Many new offerings have been added?charming novelties that have just reached us, in ready-for-donning garments, as well as other inuch-jieeded summer wearables. SplendRl savings and pleasing fashions go hand in hand, catering to your urgent needs and earnest wishes for superior goods at motet reasonable prices. &Mrac*riii ??i " * - I Very Dainty and Pleasing Waists Just Received. Take Your Choice at $1.00 Very nc'.v arrivals, having their first showing this wnk;" K*resh charm* of style are displayed xnil any u( these will throve a great purchase at our *(social prlc*. 15' different pretty styles, .in sheer voile, batiste and linen. Reasonable at hiilf more One style in plain voile, tucked, with Hutch collar Another In all linen, plain,...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

BROTHERHOOD MEETING. * Ths riiulir monthly meeting of th? ]'r??bvt?rt?n Brnlhorhood was held Friday night In ih* court houae. There was no special program prepared for ihs evening. A brief business seaalon *?? held, at the conclusion of which i ha usual refreshments wtro served. ?J ha Brothi rhood adjourned for the heated aeason. Tha n*at meeting will ba hald September 12th. CAI.I>ED MEBTINO OF THE ?;^PAUOHTl.KR A oall?d mcetlnit of tha Daughters of tha OocNaeracy will be held In tha chapter mom tomorrow iTuoaJujr) aft"doob at 6 oilook. The president irftt all member a to attend, aa a mailer which ail will feel interested In will came before th*~ chapter. ?SMALL. FIRE SATURDAY. Tha Salem lira department was called to tha home of Mr. I\ A. Shank. P?nnlytvanla avenue. Saturday at noon, and hut for tha prompt and heroic worlc of tha company the house practically would have bean destroyed. Tha lira originated from the eaploaion of an oil atcva In tha kitchen. Considerable dam...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

f- ? w&:;8- ? ? Is ft s?Tr -? v* Iv. ? ''' All This Week in New Eagles' Home n/*- ^ % EE-' s EV ? ?-? .fv-v-V;;'-if * SIXTH AVENUE AND JEFFERSON STREET ? x Best chance for the people of Roanoke to go through our New Home, one of the most complete club buildings in the country and a monument to our city. NIGHT with full orchestra in attendance. Ever; \ody welcome. All kinds of amusements. BAZAAR COMMITTEE f' X TIGERS AND TARS EACH GET GAME Norfolk, Va.. June 14.?? After loving the flrat came to the Tlcm bjr a score of 4 to 0. the Tar" cam* bagk strong In the second and. with W*?der holding the visitor* to two hits, won the frame easily, the score befc* 7 to 5. Bone head work on the bas?fe and th* Ineffectiveness of Saxe. lost the flrat eante. which war featured by the hitting of Irmscher. the clever little Roanoke, third bsaeman. who made four hits out of four trip* to the plate, one of tfecm a three-bagger Oardln cot a home run. In the second inning the Tars got on to To...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

3 Spring Woolen Suits At Half and Less We find we have about forty-five suits to offer fortyfive ladies of Roanoke. \; We have made it a rule never to carry over any garments from one season to another and with this in view we have marked our remaining stoek of woolen suits at half and less than half price. Don't think these garments are refused garments for they are not. We bought many more suits this season than last so we have more to offer at this time. We guarantee satisfaction in every garment we sell. We are showing a large line of Linen Dresses for street wear in all the wanted shades. Linen Coat Suits, White Skirts, Pique, Ratine, Bedford Cord, etc., $1.00 to H..?. Shirt Waists $1.00 to $15.00. $3.25 Wash Silk Shirts For Ladies $1.98 $5.98 Chiffon Shirt Waists. Your choice for One Week $4.25 Hunter-Smith Co., Inc. m 1 SOCIAL NEWS '? (Continued from Tiki Ht?) ? . Hlppey-Ftm-h. A t'legrairi nu received In the city Saturday afternoon announcing the marriage of Miu Mary Wttaon ...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

' May be Your Trouble. Wkf Drat Van h flM Bona Whan You Can | v Bafcw^ lappyaad Frit i> lift. with jnoor blood full of catarrhal Infer Vn, iiwii all uutninc, blood Impov?rtehod. bWiteclm. laaaitode. p*lla*r*, heufcwm m. tap* worm, chilli and fever pr mm other dobUltatln* Influence. th? ??T foundation of b?altb la beJn* sapped ??v by aprtiMt humors. Makaa You Look of RmI Maalth. meet complain of brain. Jangled mournful doairo to lay quit. Most of tb?M poopto ualng nervine* that apaamcU- ] !rally flara up the Mm* only to dl? down again. a* die they must. Avoid ner~e stimulants., Bear In mind that thla worn cut feeling la due .to poor blood, to bacteria In the water jrou drink; to the multiplying of destructive germs in the blood faster than they can be overcoma by the white corpuscles; and to what Is known as auto-toxemla, that condition where the venous or impure blood accumulates faster than it can be replaced by thb red arterial blood. If you feel ployed out or experienc...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

I I C The road to prosperity is the first dollar placed in I the Bank. C We get new customers by giving good service to our old customers. We invite you to open an account at this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Rouok*. Va. CAPIT4L .... ll'RPLl'l A*D I'^OtVIDF.D PROflTI .. IMH) ?.oo MARKETS Wall Street. Juno )?.?Copper stocks,' Steel, and Heading *?r? slightly higher at the opciUcK toJi v. Harrlman ' 'and Milt stacks and Lehigh Valley were . fractionally lower. fluctuations w ere mostly email and Irregular. The vol. j ume of business showed considerable j falling off from last week's closing j davg. . i Many nlocka covered a rihtr of a point during the first houra. Trie tradIn* llat din. not hold to a definite course Frlcu rose briskly on active buying. but broke afterwardClueing Quotation*? Now York Stock Kirkaagr. I averts 'la?. Amrl Copper .. I* , Am Anil ? A* Heel Sugar . ?H Jm Can... ... J'V, Am Cae. pftl? Aw Car and Kdy 41S Am c'otion Oil . ^'S Am Ice Hecut'a. . a' Am Linseed *S Am L...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 June 1913

*-* III.HI - *? 1 rjkx >-? JAZi CONTESTANTS IN THE nlap Pony Contest 'abw being conducted by us and seven other Roanoke nouses, will be given a "square deal" at all of our chain of Seven Gash Stores Our clerks are instructed to give our votes with cash purchases and the payment of all money to ub. They will not ask you to vote for any one. Take the votes away with von. or vote them for your favorite. We have no favorites. We Are Tailoring For ROANOKE'S BEST DRESSERS 1. We do the sort of work that good taste demands The garments produced here are TAILORED, not thrown together any old way. FINE FABRICS and FINE WORKMANSHIP is what yon get from OUR TAILOR SHOP we know when clothes are properly made and put that atyle and finish in a garment that WELL DRESSED It matters not where he goes. Let us make yours. We know how ta do it Experience has made us competent. W. R. HANCOCK CO. to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. Don't Be Deceived I Rstnodellnc and redesigning old fur- j alture originated ...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

VOL. 74?No. 205. ROANOKE, VA? TITE8DAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 17, ?y. THE WEATHER FAIR AND WARM TOP AT Aim WYDMSflDAY. PRICE?TWO CENTS. WINSTON-SAL] BEHIND LII 8TEICT ENFORCEMENT BY THE AUTHORITIES Webb Statute and Search and Seizure Enactments to Be Rigidly AppliedNorfolk & Western Shows Clean I!ill?All Sorts of Irregularities for Southern, It Is Said. CONSIGNEES MUST SIGN FOR PACKAGE * Winston-Salem. N. C.. Jun* It ?That Chief Thomas and th? local police fcrc? ?men bualnfH whan It comas to ?#? forciRK the NVobb and tiearch *nd leisure U?i ??> mad* manifest yesterduy afternoon when the Cbltf. ttrompc nled by rri(rtnv.Cof?r, ina<1? a tour of Inspection of th? trelfht house* ami mprtM offlcr-a for the purpose of examining their liquor shipment books which carrier la required to keep f?r Mch purpo*? After the inapectlon trip ??> finished the Chief went to the office of ?"it- Solicitor *'? pheneon. where he swore o?it a warrant agalrut the Southern...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

Mrs. J. It C. Brown, of Troy. today to w*nd some time et Mra. W. A. Fhipman on J.. Horace Smith left last week for whore she attended ? re-| anion of her graduating cla>" P""0? there she wont to Ha*ri?ont>urft to take n SfsssInnal cootm In the State normal. after which sbs wiU visit frleode in Waahlnaton and Now York. Misses Loomli and Kan Lofton, EueeaiaOriflln and Msttle Brown loft >00- I terday tftoraoon tor Now Tork whence they will anil tor Europe Mrt. W Ooodman and eon of Lynchburg aro spend Ira some time a* ft u eats of hor alater. Mrs J. P. Bryant as College avenge: News has boon recelvod here of the tenth Of Mra J arc o a Munday of Am-| horat county. Mra. Munday wu the widow, of tbo Into Rev. James Mun day. a fhnnor and gregtly beloved Bar tlat minlater of Roanoke county A pe-1 culler eo-lneldenre of Mra. Munday 'a doath is that oho dlod on tb? i?m? day aa hor half elator. Mra. W. J Shtpmen whose .6*1* dc*t?rre%, ?una?y# Tho condition of M*....

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

That 'Mysterious Sundae ' Have You Tried it? The New Soda Special?If i Great, only 10c SPECIAL?With each MT8TKBIOUB SUNDAE, we give you, free, two coupons good for two chances on a 5-pound box Kern's Special Mixed Chocolates and Bon Bons ? given away f/t*J every Saturday at 10 p. m.v Don't fail to come in and try this New Soda Special?Everybody Likes It If you want the best Soda Water, served in the most up-to-date way, all the latest drinks, and old Vones, too, come to McOee's. Special Today?Peach-Sherbet, made from fresh fruit. ?* Pineapple Frost, Raspberry Sundae, made from fresh fruit; ice Cream Soda, all kinds Sundaes. Qome in?make our fountain your headquarters. McGEE'S PHARMACY EfcSSSK HOT FOB NOTHING, .BUT 70B YOUB MONEY'S WOBTH DO WE DESIRE YOUB PATBONAOE. Let Us Prove It to You. miraoira tat. EADTOHD STEAM LAtHTDRY, Delightful Drinks Hot weather ia here, and to mnke your meala more enjoyable *or to serve your friend* well, run your eye over this liat, and phone us: Lakesid...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

J. P. FUPPO. oouncilmen elected J. P. _ BMmbw of th?' police board, Svanlng World criticised their - It did not think, that Mr. ,*ng right man for the and It NOfbt to have another "i eboeeft M hi* atead. Mr. Flippo ?*B "? *h? police board on* ? tlm? w* htv# had many oaa to obeerre hi* official bearand to make record of hla offlactlonn. Ha vine oppOeed him for office, and having uaed arnmenii 'IttM hla election wa deem- It bat now to lira oar conclusion* aa to ?enrtce he haa rendered. The wjr of Mr. PllppVe connection with police department contains nothdlscredltable to him bnt rather T thla^ aredtlable. if wa had tally on him we do not know -> we could place a atari* demerit, ir mark* would be on the credit In other worda Mr. Fllppo haa da food and however much we may * ??**'dered hla aeiactlon unwlaa can but acknowledge that he haa *ed the department and the city Malty and efficiently. Thla bains j^cord '? but natural that hla *"""" ^ for re-elactlon should be unHe will ...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

Roanoke Musk: COa PIANOS ON EASY TERMS NO XOTF/I TO IIQN C. T. JEN UNO*. Nfr? 117 W. Campbell Ave. SOCIAL NEWS tContlnued from 1'age Three* I'lajer'a < Inb LiMktM. A beautiful brlilii luncheon wu glv?n by the <vf the I'ltytr'l Clyb at ih? I'dunlry Club thia morn I ok An In'rroitltiK inntu wait ?nJoy?4 ?4uring the lata, houm of the nu?rnln?. f?tliiw#d by a I o'clock luncheon which ?ai Mrnd tn couraea. The elub inrmbar* ware Mra l>. W. Kllrkwlr. Mra. |i P. flltee.. Mra Mason J amnion. Mra Kdward tlreon Mra. John Trout. Mra J. * l'??m|">rl Mi.s A M Nelson. Mra. J. H, Prnnotl, anil Mlsa Martha Bella Treut. The invited itueaCa were Mra. Joseph <'raw-ford. Mra. Sublette of dtauntnn untl Mlaa Ku(?r ? ? ? |n Honor ml Mlaa Markle>. f) Sllaa Helen llecker entertained Mlaa Mildred Markle) mi I the attendanta for her wadding at .a beautifully appelated luncheon today The lower suite of ro'itna were attractively decor??ted with qu...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

MWest Philadelphia Johnny/' Breaker of Two Hun dred Safes, Captured After Desperate Battle with ;'f Postal Inspectors; Series of Robberies Result of a Carefully Arranged Campaign. iflMPMt MM. by. tlw >Uw Tart H.nil O*. xn ? rtjrliu nurtt.? ^ HB fsdersl government baa no Mttsrer fos than that class of etfaalaal known as "jurwn." The "yegg," as lia is more familiar ty styled, embodies all the enftiaeaa, skill, desperation and Vlrkmsneaa of a dozen class of crimlnali, 4t>d tba anc riflce of human ills artier* a ? ia sight rarely, If ever, acts s? t 4a kis calculation*. The a past masters la tba art ?f drilling *ad blowing safes, and they apedalisn on the safe* of post office* in .it. r cltiaa and towns because it is eaaler tto enter and Oea undetected fron. tboae oiannntUn whera police coadi- j tiona. art' primitive and inadequate. I ?tba UaAted Sates Poet Ofttce Depart ! Slant long ???*? established a bureau o! police knotfen as post office inspectors.! Tba vario...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

TIGERS TRIMMED . AT PORTSMOUTH ??? 11 Portsmouth. V?? June II.-?(Spe-cial I?In the opening ram* of the aeries In Portsmouth. today, the Pirate* Pressly s am?Mil Tl|?r?, by the score of 8 to I. It wu an exceptionally brilliant and well played game. The two lumi about broke avan on fleldera miacun, but th* Pirates showed superiority In Yielding their bat*, aa well.es luck In unpottllng tboni Just whan blnglee fountcd m tha run column. Portsmouth atarted out by getting to Efird In tha aecond Inning for a ?ingle acora. In tba firth, atlck work gave them anothar. and In tha *eventh, when the Tigers took a little aeroplant trip, they turned loose oae en?u*h hits to count three time* In the run column. Howell, who occupied tha mound for tha Firsts*, was In *ro*t shape, and tha Tigers ware unable to locate hla curvea until tha eighth. They they Jumped on him for a quartette of safctlea and aided by ?n error amaaeed three runa. Thay were unable to continue tha rally In the hlnth. The feature...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

What is Cry for Fletcher's _ I Always Bousrht has borne the ilgntH. FlnelMt, and has been made nnder his talon for over 80 years. Allow no one tn thf*. Counterfeit*, Imitations and 1 are bnt experiments, and endanger the ? erlence against Experiment. _ ^ . substitute for Castor Oil, Pareand Soothing Syrups. It contains neither ~dne nor ether Narcotic substance. It deand allays FeTertshness. For more than tthae been tn constant use for the relief of l, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething TrouDlarrhoca. It lemulates the Stomach and Bowcl?, the Food, gidns healthy and natural sleep, m's Panacea?Tne Mother's Friend. Kind Yon Have Always Bought the Signature of In Uss Per Over 30 Years tM Mimv? mmmm. sew tom cm. MESS TO V.P.I. SOCIETIES FWi. mi Trtalty Ccfltg*. DeItnn ItNM AffMl to Vraig Men. ?to takKrt, "tor HttlMn Ik* Ow ?t MS* ~~~~~~ BkckdMrr. Vb, June It.?Special? Dr. WlUUm Preaton Pew. president of WH| Caltof*. Durban. N. C, mad* tba addrMi before tb* Le? and Maurr literary ioel?tl...

Publication Title: World News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x