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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

C The road to prosperity is the first dollar placed in the Bank. .' v. M C We get new customers by giving good service to our old customers. v We invite you to open an account at this Bank. CITY .NATIONAL BANK Roanoke. Va. ' CAPITAL. ? ? ?2M.0M.WI IDRPLI'I AWD r^DWIDRO PHOriTS IM.HtJC MARKETS Stork Market. Wall Street, June IT,?The stpek ( market ?u und?r heavy pre*?ure at j the opantriK today. CtaatnC (joul4Uoo??Nrw York Mtock Rxrknc*. I LMrfMRtn... 9*S I eh<*h Valley Itlv U * * IW'i t Nl v !? .* * St M. 12J I m it * r ... ?H Mo. ra ar ... ?i Atnrl Copper ??an*,' Am A?Tl ;., -44^ Ani Heel *agst IIV, AW * ?n tt Am Can. j?M . ?**, Am Get aM Ml t\\ Am Cot loo CHI 4 , Nat. >??-.. t ... 10) Amir* flaeur'a ll\ Am Unaeed S?. Am UMKotlft J* A in m?li A Ref Am * A It , J>f<1 .. Am sugar lt*f. If*1, AsiI?l4Tll ilT?, National U?l 44 * It oc Mas 21 pd iy t N Y Centra N v Ont A W.... J?. A w 13?-. North Amartcan 4' K. P iC* -i Am Tobacco .I* ) Pa.? fl...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 17 June 1913

SQUARE, DEAL ALL IN THE Dunlap Pony Contest now beipg conducted by us and seven other Roanoke houses, will be given a "square deal" at all of our chain of 3S1. j. ? f ,\. v ' ** ? Seven Cash Stores Our clerks are instructed to give our votes .with cash purchases and tlje payment of all money to us. They will not ask you to vote for any one. Take the votes away with you, or P vote them for your favorite. ' r We have no favorites. ;. ?- ?1 We Are Tailoring For ROANOKE'S BEST DRESSERS We do the sort of work that good taste demands. The garments produced here are TAILORED, not thrown together anv old way. PINE FABRICS and FIXE WORKMANSHIP is what you from ?; ? OUR TAILOR SHOP We claim that we know when eiothes are properly made and we know jiwt how to put that style and finish in a garment that ?tampa a man as WELL DRESSED I* matters not where he goes. Let u* make your*. We know how to do it. Experience has made us competent. W. R. HANCOCK CO. Sao^easori to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. NO Mr*Mik C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

ROANOKE, VA? WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE IB, 1913. VOL. 74?No. 503, BANDITS HOLD UP DIAMOND SPECIAL AND FIGHT ENSUES ILLINOIS CENTRAL TRAIN IS ATTACKED Two Masked Men Stop Limited Near Springfield, At tempt to Dynamite Express Ccr, Fight Pitched Battle With Posse of Deputy Sheriffs and Policemen, and Escape After Running Engine to the City's Limits?Nothing of Value Stolen?Policeman and Reporter Captured. ALARM SENT FROM A FARMER'S HOUSE Bprlngflald, (II . June II.?Two maiked bandit* hold up the Illluola Central "Diamond Apodal, or Ita war to Ctol??fo from Kt Louis. tan miles south of h?r?, shortly after midnight laat night. fought a pitched battle with a |K>aae of deputy sheriffs and policemen trfm Springfield. who rami upon them while dynamiting the express car ?afe. and escaped after they ran the engine to a point near Hprlngfleld's cttr limits. The train was brought Into the city today and an examination of the axpress rar showed the bandlta had obtained nothing of value...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

ON u *nm* IS: Kelly, of Chllhowle. is! today to visit her slater. ? BMr totvi. Vaughjim. of ItuMVrtrj h*0? taklnr ? apoelftU (ft the ??r. throat and eye treatla Xew York, ts stopping- over hia aunt. lira. I?. ft. Kelly. r iJooley has returned from ? to his wife, who Is at Bt. Kllsa- > Hospital la Richmond and reports: -attln* on nicely and ahe expects fllMi best week. j Chilton baa returned from j [aiaii? relative In Bedford. I Horace Katabrlck. who has been I Bpendla* his vacation at his home at | Calloway* stopped over here yesterday j enroute to Princeton where h<- ha* n t B- ? O. W Frleee. who was operated : the hospital yesterday In report-j doing as well as could bo ??*. I AfthUr Orlneataff and W. r? f Of Johnson City. Tenn . are! at Mrs. W h. cral*. j tyrtfo Bradley and Mr. Ren I _^r. ? Wmr4 uoit.-rt lu nasrriav* *t ih* t?** of the bftde's parent*. Mr. and i Chart** Bradley, the He v. j. v XClCaturha n : Charles Itard., or Xewport Nowp. ? opped oyer here...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

That Mysterious Sundae ''' Have You Tried it? The New Soda Special?It's Great, only 10c . SPECIAL?"With each MYSTEBIOUp SUNDAE, we jafive you, free, two coupons good for two chance# on a 5-pound box Kern's Special Mixed Chocolates and Bon Bona-?given awav free every Saturday at 10 p. m. 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 ones, too, come to McGee's. ? Special Today?Peach Sherbet, made from fresh fruit. Pineapple Frost, Raspberry Sundae, made front fresh fruit; ice Cream Soda, all kinds Sundaes. Come in^?make our fountain your headquarters.McGEE'S PHARMACY ?? ' ? NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOR YOUR MONEY'S WOBTH DO WE DESIRE v YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. TELEPHOra in. &ADFOBD STEAM LAUNDRY. Delightful Drinks Hot weather is here, and to makr your meals more enjoynble or to serve your friends well, ran your eye over thia liat, and phone...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

' Wortd Jfife News aicrrixo moonu wgi on lawk. la NMtk CknUM tkay ? ?toaarck ?>? aelaure liw" under which hHwHIm have the power to ?*- 1-'-- momM! ??d (hlprawUi tiun?nM wUk til* baadlln* of taUalcatt?y liQMorm. Itii*- cowmun c*rfl?r Hint filial hooka (howtw hied ( mt ?hlfiTH whM afalppad. to whom ' ahlpHd. whM Ud to whoai delivered, paaatlty M4 kind nt liquor uil elK Minn of ooaalirnea. Th? Webb low |Ml4 by a tan da behind the Cknllu law aad bnnt* tho atrenath ot Um aattrri' ie?irmn?ol to Ita enforcemeat. Whaa Wtaatoa-Haloin offlcere thla VNk examined tho books of tho Norfolk * Waetere. thsy found ail raeorda ta pro par shape. Whan thoy vialted kaad quart era of tha MuUtkera Hallway thay reported ths booka relating to, Uquor shipments badly coafuaed, one of Ita moat serious delinquencies ao?ralM to ba that II had delivered ahlpmeata Indlaerlmlnately and had fallad to obtain alpnaiurea of coaai*neea Dclkf Informed of tha methods by ?ClUob tha Mouihara hendled Ita alcohollo...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

Roanoke Music Co. PIANOS ON EASY TERMS NO SOTK* TO 9IQN C. T. JRXXtNOI, Nin 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News) Itrnta of ?<><? In I or ptrwail later- ; rmt rmn b# phoned In 3*4, mr m?mt ,:* '*? ?wltO Idllur rart u I tk? | iltr U?rl>l.>in?. Mnri iage? Tonight. I he leading ?<?clu| i>v*nt of thla week unit ope in which .society U much int-i-Mtril in thr marrlago of Mildred Markjey I.. Mr. Matlock Kipheart Tate, ih. I'rrcmiiny will tuke ;?' <???? Knight at nine-thirty o'clock In the 8t. Mark'* Evirhgellcal Lutheran ? luiCi h i'urij.i lolm prc*cnted at the church door. After the ceremony a ?occptlon will he fri v en the brldul l?.irty. rrlatlvj and u few out of lotvn Kut-*t:< anil in 11iiiatt* friend* at the home of the bride. ? ? ? An Intcrretlnir e\>nt will |>e the inn rriagu of Mian Ellen Flaherty, daughter of Mr. mi.l Mr*. William I*. Vlahcri>. to Mr. Jo...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

mm gumtm Mr. and child, of Five) ds of ail department! of ?f tfc? Butiia Star are to moot with tho chairman. R. Frank Taylor, Thandiy night ?t ? o'clock. H ? ? ? Wm Manr /Jibbors and Ml? Emily Prout, af Danville, Pa., will arrive Thursday and be the guests of Mr a. I E. 8. Moore for the Bowman-Moore wedding on June SC. STw" ? ? ? Mrs. ?. 8. Moore will be the hostess at a mlscellsneous ahower on Monday afternoon June St. In honor of Mias Josephine I* Moore. . .. ? T, 3. Huffman who waa operator appendicitis at the JefHospltal. Is resting comforMrs. 8. C. Arnold, of, Hartford. Conn., Is visiting her sen.'Mrs. P. M. Arnold, m this city.- ? ? ? Mrs. Osorgs Bowman and her guest. Mrs. M. White, cf Baltimore, and daughter. Miss Marl# Bowman. ' ar* spending a few days In Bristol. Radford sad Bluefleld. V ? ** ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Perry and little daughter. Ceteate. havj returned from sn extended trip to.California and they are at home with Miaa Tompkins nt Mont ?rey. Es l*.n. ^ ? ? ? Mr...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

MRS PLAY A > MISERABLE GAME - Norfolk. Va.. Joaa IT.?(Special)-?? Whll* Verbout u4 Pirnrmu Indulged n a pretty pitchers' battle, tkli afternoen. la Pnrt??outh, la which the wina*r ihould have baaa la doubt until the last man was retired, PhMt^i Tl(*rf plaM Ilka a lot of school boyt ?ad loot by th* *cor* of *li to on*. Ob th* othor hand, th* Plrat** pltytd a brilliant, (Mt mm* la tha field and materially ald*d Verbout la cinching -he victory. Th* *oor*r wan liberal la Charging onlv seven error* to th* rlsltora Th* alx hlta allowed Uy Perryman, arlth on* exception. cam* la th* first, thlrd and elath. on top of error* and bone-head work. Koannkes only run cam* la th* fifths on two hlta. aslisted by Tennantta error In l*ft field. ROANOKE. A H. K. H. O A. B. MtcCraken r f ? 0 t 3 1 Z Pressly, lb. I 0 0 8 1 0 Sinn, cf I o o v o 0 Mattla. If 4 o i ? o o trmach*r, 3b 4 o v l t 1 Martin, Jb 3 1 1 4 3 3 Spy. a*. 3 o o 4 o 1 Lafltt*. 4 o l 5 3 o P*rryman. p 3 0 0 0 3 1 'Oar din 1 0 ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

SLOANS LINIMENT Stiff Joint*! Sprains, Bruises! t*m Inaugurate Adventlsts whc their conventioi Jane 1 PI'iiibI? by ministerial pr before they give vent to] (Mchlan of -he Holy WritI pulpit, writ* th?lr- sermons! for the aewepap'o.-s. brine-1 th* "high spot" tn such m?sn?r that th* editor in I mmtlw communities will bo) than glad to print the "church 1* tlm object of a now ?>??. I tod by the Seventh Day I who today ? are holding ' convention here. Squally Important with hi* ability to assail the devil from within the church, his knowledge of the Bible general theology. la the Seventh I Day Adventiat minister's knack and ot putting hi* "ptnch para- ? before the general publii the avenues of newspaper and publicity. Kvery mlnlnv?r forth to He a trained press for hta church. To ?aUi thkJKmleds,. of '"prw?' scNttlni" he Is required to undergo* thorough course I the study of MW?p*p?r*. editors. I write and prepare tn- I news Iteme and in general the Intricate workings of -new*-...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

mmmmmmammm?mmm?mamim?mmmmmmm?m?mmu i , '?-? " * r , > J ?' ? ' . C The road to prosperity is the first dollar placed in the Bank. ~ .,T 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 Koanokcs V*. CAPITA!. 11'HPLl'K AMD t'WmVtOEO PROFITS ?MD.IIM.M MARKETS Wall Kinti, Junt lj-?Trading ?t ? She ?>(>rnliK was unusually small. A 1 Vni undertone prevailed. The mar- j ? *et's abrupt aitvkni*? which took short* ay surprise whs over by 10 jit o'clock l>eniatrd was fed dltefally by latse aperators. There ?as a nrneral reaction. VkrnlSg Ijuottlluiu?Xft* York Mm k j RlfkMg*. *S I t.a*c*rt?n?? n I? I I.vhttcn Vallir . ! ?.. A > .. . ? i?> n *. r 41 n u. \n m k k r . jow An ? upset AM Aiftl An Pett ' % ? Am '.an, pM An * * ? r and h'dr Am ' otton Oil Aw lea *eor? .Am l-Uiae?d Am !.ceomotlv? Am roielt A Haf. 'J*, Am - A R: I'M... 9?S Am ?n?ar Ref ...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 June 1913

We Are Tailoring For ROANOKE'S BEST DRESSERS We do the sort of work that good taste demands. The garments produced here are TAILORED, not thrown together any old wa?. FINE FABRICS and FIXE WORKMAXSHIP is what yon get from It matters not where he goes. Let ua make yours. We know how to do it. Experience haa made us competent. W. R. HANCOCK: CO. to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. [e claim that, we know when clothes are properly made and j>f*f finow just how to put that style and finish in a garment that Stamps a man as OUR TAILOR SHOP WELL DRESSED "SQUARE DEAL" ? . ALL COWTBSTAMTS IN THE Dunlap Pony Contest How being conducted by us and Reven other Roanoke houses, will be given a "square deal" at all of our chain of Seven Cash Stores Our clerks are instructed to give our votes with eash purchases aud the payment of all money to us. They wjll not ask you to vote for anyone. Take the votes away, with you, or vote them for your favorite. We have no favorites. fill Mnagtk C?t|i. MIim ?W HI ?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 June 1913

? t.?Trr^r,.Tr.r^., j X-1 I /&&\ JptTg44%%iV trm:-w^ATHm 1 IL," -m".' ~V. ? I ^U^tTl y ^'^TtIHj - ir^d ? / I /l9 MMW?ewmm?.TiiKi - ?4f 1 muNniir. W? vut m t* ?? B ^ j^^JB ^ J^LP mT^^V9^(uHn9nrr>) JKk^P jbPA MBQC WIND?. ?^*? Ik* WorM-N?ws ?vary dar^ Xr ^ ? ??_??? II..H. ? i ? ? ?! ? ?? ? ?III? --4%?. . . ,| , ?????? - ??? - I ? mi I II ?? ??? I II II ? ? . ???????mim, ... ?????l i ? ?'? ??????? - ? . ?? ? ... . ? ?? ? i . ???wpg?m i ? ? ? ? i ? - - ' if I t IT-HTg^^^ VOL. 74?No. 501. K5S!M ? ROANOKE, VA, THPBSPAY AJTKRNOOH, JUNE 19, lfll3. PRICE?TWO CENTB. SEETHING CAULDRON OF POLITICS TODAY ?Wf POLICE COMMISSION RACE TO END TUESDAY ACTIVITY MARKS - EVE OF PRIMARY Polls for Tomorrow's Democratic Contest Open at Sunrise, 4:48, and Close at Sundown, 7:33, Giving Almost Fifteen Hours for Voting?Ample Opportunity Thus Given Members of Party to Oast Ballots ? Registration Tomorrow Is Qualification for Voting. SOME INTERESTING RUMORS ARE AFLOAT Wkll* on I...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 June 1913

mavd oawnuum, ONtMfMitlL Mr. and Mn.1V, H. Buiir and Mr. and yn. i. R. Dom. of Lynchburg stopped la Salem yesterday a f?* hours as (nttti of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Halt, while on their war bom* from fttludlni the V. P. I. finals at Black*, burg. Th*y mad* Lb* trip In their lutooiobilt. Mia Svolyn Cockrell, of Jacksonellle. Fla., to a (uut at the bom* of t>r. and Mn J. E. Bushnsll. having torn* to att*nd as maid of honor, the Andorscn-Bushuell w*ddlng which will b* c*L*brat*d In the Presbyterian church at S: JO o'clock next W*dnes- ? day evening. Miss Mlnsrva D*nt has returned from ? tldt to he.- slst*r tn W**t Vlr--Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Doss, of Roanoks, and Mrs. 8ummern*ld snd daughter, of Baltimore, have been gysots this wesk of the - former s daughter, Mr*. Oeorge A. Mase. In Wtftt ftilm. ?- Mr. W. B. Bowles. Jr.. son of Mr. aad Mrs. W. B. Bowles, of Salsm, Is s mombsr of th* graduating class thli y*ar at th* Virginia Military Institute Witt* Mr. Howies to quit* young he grad...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 June 1913

That Mysterious Sundae Have You Tried H? The New Soda Special?It's Great* only 10c 8PE01AL?With each MYSTERIOUS SUNDAE, we give you, free, two coupons good for two chances oil a 5-pound box Kern's Special Mixed Chocolates and Bon Bons ? given away free every SatunhPTat 10 p. in. 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 ones, too, come to MoUee's. Special Today?Peach Sherbet,_made from fresh fruit. Pineapple Frost, Raspberry Sundae, made from fresh fruit; iee Cream Soda, all kinds Sundaes. Come in?make our fountain your headquarters. McGEE'S PHARMACY VStSSSSl NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT TOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Ut Prove It to You. S TKLRPHO^C in. EADTORD STEAM LAUNDRY. Delightful Drinks Hot weather is here, and to make your meals more enjoyable or to serve your friends well, run your eye over this list, and phone uat Lakeside Gra...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 June 1913

:*a gf;-;f., w. j?. doak. Irn lk? Werld-Newa of Tu**d*y w* wiwnli< on th* *u4Mny of Mr. 1. f. Fllppo 1*t th* offlo* of polio* oomatl**l<mcr. Mr. Fllppo was elected twelv* month* ago for the one-year Mm and that twrm bavin* expired th* eUcHon of hts gucc***or la In ??d*r. It * majority of oouncll ahould fgvor htg candidacy ha will aucoeed himself. In commentlQi on Mr. Flipto contlnuo a nitrobur of Hi* pollen board w? complimented him an hla good r*cord In oftlc* and on th* faithfl and efficient a*rvlo* h* ku riven to both pollen department and the"community. 1 Y retard* v w* learned that Mr. W. K. Doak. general chairman of thai Protherhood of Hall Hoad Trainman, j Norfolk A Western system. la In ths net for'thn commlsalonorshlp. He If *ald to have th* aupport of union Inker. We do not know Mr. Doak psrsonally but ?| kav* heard of him ofisn and wa are thoroughly familiar wUh kit standing and reputation. both of which in convincing a*sur*ne*s that j ahould ha ba e...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 June 1913

f Roanoke Music Go. PIANOS ON EASY TERMS NO XOTKH TO SIGN C. T. JICN MINUS. Mgr., 117 W. Campbell Ave. L / tf 1 1 ^ Social News Itema- ?( ??rial ?r paraaaal laltr> aal raa k* ?k?>H ?? Mi w ts Ikr ?o?W> Mll*r ruf of Ik* Ihr \?*H4-Vtna. . . .. i I "i. i SP WtUU-Itnmer. St. r?ul'? Kplacopal church, Haymarket. V?. ??? the aa-rn? of un Intere*tlti? wedding on Wednesday, June IMh, '?t * o'clock. when' Mt*? He*a Hennet Brower, daughter of Dr. and Atr??. Charles K. t trowel became the 1'iiilb of Mr. Umtfil llolman W'lllli, of Hounoke, Vt. The bride wm becomingly gowned In white charmeuao und carried a ? hovtfr bouquet of lilie* of the valley, till* was glv?u in mnrrlaife by her lather anil w'hh attended by Mies Tlllle l.ouian ix llell. >i inulil of honor, curfyink' pink ro^e*. Minaga Dorothy and IIamueriIe lllllx rt, of Philadelphia, l-uusina of the bride, wi re l?i itieamaids. arrytng pink anil while aweet pea* I.title Dorothy Sander* and Joaetth...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 June 1913

M L NEWS f !* ' < Contln u erf from Ptw'llv*) Urbl. t Browning, Mrs.'Cltfton Huff and dilVlrrn Jaft (o4ky for Moat* Vlata. In Ihelr .nr ;o ?! ?f*l tb* summer. gjm'W';, 4 \ ? ? ?? fc I^KA. W. U Trout- of ? tiarlotssvtlt?. Xm.. tm ?penrflBK Ibc (i|tmn?r at the Mm of h*r parent* Oo|. and Mrx J. & Browning. on Pattersfen ?T?nut. a. WhH* Mr. Trotter ?? vlsttiog Abroad. . ? ? ? , R ) Unra HHr TmMi. { TM Twnfl Woman's Amtibiv. .-r tha Plrat Baptlai church. will hujd a lawn, party toalght at tba home of WlM Wilson. 348 Churcti avenue This iff an Ideal place for snch entertainment. ?<? an evenlag of pleasure la promfeed all who attend Mr. Herbert Burke motored to Blacksburg Tuesday to tattend the V. P. f. final carman t * * * Mrs. J. W, Hubbard and her little (rand dauiMar. Ml mi Klota Orthwn. will laara tomorrow for Newport. Jl I . to spend tha eummer. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parnall and eon. Harry Jr., of Henilngton. W. Va . are tha gt?sets of thetx paren...

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

PRESLEY'S TEAM REDEEMS ITSELF Porlimoyth, Jun* II.?tlpMltt)? By pitying all around Portsmouth thta aftarnoon, tlthoufh Weidell outI Itched Oardln. the Tigers defeated the Ptratea in the closing fame of theHtlra by the acore of R to 4. j The downfall of the homa team ma dua to the wlldneaa of Weidell, who| walked no lues than seven men and muld not handle tha sphere In throw lng to baaaai Oardln ?aa alao wild at tlmaa. and w?i hit hard throughout the game, but managed to keep tha blnglea ecattered. except In tha eec- 1 ond. fourth and ninth. Ma waa alao : given brilliant and claan support.' ?which materially aided him In pulling J out of cloae holea. Tha Tigers outfielders pulled down 1 no leas than three or four drlvee, usually falling safe for one or two: basea Aa a result, yielding twelve' hlta. the Plrotea could tally but four | tlmaa. On the other hand, tha Pirates: aided the vlaltore to win with errors, i One wild heave by Weidell cost two! runs. All three errors registered 1 a...

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

lOL 3 FBU CENT ?WeftrprarionSr^ "5 tfr Fend and Rctf ji unsaid Rest-Contalns neiifT Opiuni .Morphine nor Mural WOT yARC OTIC. ' rl ? IM \\ TS-*chii i>kkn CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Jn 11 S3 For Oyer hirty Years CASTORIA V. M. L FIRST CLASS i * ANNOUNCED TODAY X Agrlor Anderson, of Linden,, Va., Heads the List. Distinguished Graduates. Conferring of Degrees. . pay Is the only j guarantee wt ask. ? * __ CUI. .writ* or phone 147 and*tve| J ? i 1 o \ , ' V I- ^ , ? Tidewater Loan Co., M m? II. Gate Balt?|as. MAW$ | LOANS LOANsf. LET US REMIND YOU That w# -tear. Monty on the Installment Plan Principle Each Weekly or Monthly Payment you Total Owed, and Paying Interest on tAXInfftoQ. -Vs.. June It.?Special.? The following named members of the (nt class are declared by the board of Visitors graduates of the Virginia Military Institute In the order of their tames: J. Aylor Anderson. LJnden, Vs. James O. Allen. Tonkers....

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