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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 24 June 1913

Roanok* an^l Elohmond Play An Errortau Qam?? Efird and Vance In Bxoallant Form, Do Bom* Brilliant Work?Fan* am D? lighted. Attar iht.htavy dtlui?, ?h(ch took (rtace Just about the time lh? ball came was irhotukd. lo a(art, the Ttgin and cti* CoU? wont through thirteen luscious Innings; runlMx unss at that. a tallr ">? either of the ball ittrra* able to ahuve aoroaa the plat*, and but (?w times ?ai tha old hnma Plate even threatened, but ona man belog put nut at homr *nd that ta the,tenth Inning whan Noell waa retlxad. It some grand good, old, game, ona that tha fane don't g?t a chance to aaa often With pitching that waa rara and thla fine box work backed up by perfect work In tha field,-aome of tha plays Mng brtlliant and thrilling. It waa base ball rarely. ataged. and If tha darkness could hava baan warded off. It la?hard to ta^l how many Innings tha ball gnme would hava lasted. In only a few Innings did the(Colts really hava a chance to do any'damaga and lust whan thlng...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 24 June 1913

FREE TO SUFFERERS 5*L'? **w Method that curti we want you to try u at No matter whether your J? !! ?u#4,i>? ?r rtMat -4t- ??? ?lt.~x-hether It to prtMnt as oc*.ckr^*ic.A*thm*^ TO" ehould n ft* Irtel of our method No ellmate you Un, no M?.?> occupation. if r tfwol#d with ftithmt, our ^.AImvM relieve you promptly. ? ?(H0Ul>y wont to Mm] tt to *$Me apparently hopeleae cuti. wh?r? ?XI form* of Inhalers. douches. opium preparations. fume., "patent .mokes. ? *?C.. have failed. Wo want to thow ?waryoao. at our expeaee. that thia new method to d salaried to end *11 w.ffleult breathing. all wheeiin*. and all thoaa terrible paroxysms at onbo and for all tlflHMk Thia frao offer to too Important to Pod 1 Oct a Steele day. Write now and then begin the method at once. Send no (MBey. Pimply mall coupon below Do It Todajv: ASTHMA COIPOX J 'FRONTIER ASTHMA CO.. Room Niagara and Hudson Sta. , Send fro* trial of your method to. IJNCLE SAM WARRING 1 UPON HOG CHOLERA ' W...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 24 June 1913

?[The man without a Savings or Checking account i? tyke the man without reserve power. He is "All In", st the time Clf you have never enjoyed the keen pleasure that pomes with having money in the bank; Try- it. One dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. CITY NATIONAL DANK Roanoke, v?. capital iwiii and r*orvn>r.d rnnrm , kmmm MARKETS lio?k Mark*!. Wall (treat. June !f?Strong tone pervaded the market at the bagtnninff. > Demand active (or all leading stocks Borne lar^e block* traded In Tlodai QuotatInn*?Mew York Stock Eiekiic*Uw?ne n 1 I.ctilth Veil*)' llv*4 L * N ISC*! r MJPHSlW 1.1 , M K. A T .... J?S Amrl Copper ., *2 ia*|tl ? Am Beet Sugar 21S 4m Cad. V, Am Oaa, pM .. >K Am Car end Fdy 41 Am Cotton Oil . *S Am lr* Mnn i 21 Am IJfamed ... ?'? Am Locomotlr* ? Am FmeltA Ref. Am PAR ; pM .. Am Super Ref Am Tel A Tel. ? Am Tobacco... 21 *S AuecoOds M Co. *2'4 Atcblton 91S Atrblnon nf1 W'H Atlantic C Lue. U*H Bal-o .t Obto 6".'S ketuleiieni St**!...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 24 June 1913

vines by the wagon Cash Stores Today. The Gallon Watch our low price announcements ?.*.a Stein-Bloch Suit ; . 4. ? ~ _ For Your Vacation & Hi* ? Feel comfortable and correctly dressed. A Stein Bloch Silit is right in fabric, tailoring, d Htvle.. Choose from our big a*S4>r4mi4A % $20.00 and $25.00 We've Mohairs and Linens that fit?the kind not found in other shops.W. R. HANCOCK CO. 8uoe?uors to OEO. W. PAYNE GO. r?ll lim?k l*???? <*? I" Kl* Inu ?f I'tfw DriaUld at Seeker's. l?ver? of ctftt* who h*v? bwn on- . pleasantly effected In the past. can now not only bid farewell lo nervousness, headachr irritability. Vertigo and palpitation of the heart, hat to siseplessnssa. as* well. when drinking coffee Knri' Vacuum Proceaa Coffee la pursat coffee of superior quality, mechanically treated, without detracting from tlia taate. while Improving -the coffes flavor and eliminating all Injurious effects. Only-at Backer-a. WKDDI1G ?oi?rm Klllarney R?*m. SWeet Pss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

VOL. ROANOKE, VA^ WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 25, 1913. WHITE HOUSE IS APOLOGETIC FOR MR. MCREYNOLDS *?* r- ' , OFFICIAL VIEW OF CALIFORNIA OASES Oursory View Given Situation By the Attorney General Was a Mistake?His Action, However/ Was Free From Unworthy Motives ? Correspondence Given Out Shows That He Had Reversed Himself/ VIGOROUS ACTION TO PRESS TRIALS Washington, June 25.?President and Attorney General had early conference to select special prosecutor for Camineiti-Digg* whiteslave cases and the Western Fuel Company indictmenta in San Francisco federal court*. Announcement will be made before W'ith the wheels of the department of justice grinding again on these esses, administration circles pisde no effort to conceal their relief. Official Washington reflected that feeling. Probably no issue with which the president has dealt since his inauguration has attracted such widespread attention. White Houaes' attitude in declining to eomment today on the latest declarations of the Fris...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

SOUTHEAST t. . rw . _ I hJZtTsf1?* l#ft ***?fmr *??? aome la Goensboroush. X. c.. where i E? *<*??*?<* * PoeKlon as steBogrepher for a law firm. She hu j 2S? Uxre h*r*- wh? r**r*t to m* I . **** C- ? ?"*. of Porumouth, O.. 1 * ^1J5*"5 ot 11,1 P??nui on Elsvieota avenue k-*Ir' W. BrulTey Bueh end ? been *.ad Tb'rtL who h*v* been visiting th# formers sister. Mn tfhSMw- ?? 8iew?rt avenue LentSeccom*nd her boys. i? T M Bu,h I*" Mary J"ne Foster, who Is vtnt- ?? ?r P *? Fo?^. on g?w. arV**',BU*- ?e seriously ?U. ) **? *v? P?y?e. of Moneta. who t? **r Way to Galax Normal will ?top eesr with Mr. I. P. cheek. Sun "rnn*? ?n<1 h?r sons. Dal1 ?i. *?<* l-eoaard. have reMl*T * *** wUh Mr? J??" oiUPriSKL B*rnar'1 Shulkcum. Som**?!* < ? *ccompealed them ^ t "oPPJn* with her mother i^enu** Hutchln*on on Taieweil ; MAH'S body foijnd IN JAMES RIYEB Clifton For** Review i H?HvA'^'"r*- ?'<>" rlrtr n?5r ?k? 14V',uJl4 ln Jemee P...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

THIRD DRAWING! No. 4138 Gets the 5-lb. box of Kern's Candy. Look up your coupons. - * A W*i ka mt Ktra'i emm*y rnmmj trrr ttrry Intarrfar a* I? p. ?> A Free Coupon to Every Customer. HmUI IfMU (?? Krrm'a l'u4f?(mk trtrf wt*k. Come in, rest, and refresh yourself at our fountain, the cooles^ place in town. We serve dainty, delicious ' drinkables. Our fountain service is equalled by few, and the quality of our soda excelled by none. Constant care and extreme cleanliness assures you of the purest, healthful, richest, freshest soda drinks that can be produced. . Make our store your headquarters. , . McGEE'S PHARMACY VXfiSTS?. NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT ?OR TOUR MONEY'S *? WORTH , DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. miraora in. BADFOBD STEAM j LAUNDRY, PICNICKERS Let oi supply vonr wants. W? have everything needed for the pionic basket. Spring Chickens, / Fresh Country Eggs, Cakes of all kinds. ?Lakeside Grape Juice, Stuffed Olires, Plain Olives, Sweet Pickles, Sour ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

OX TO <JB!TY?Bt'Rr.. Gettysburg next week will occupy til* c<nt?r of the stage. Old soldiers from the North and South will b? there, thousands and thoumnds of them, representing every section. Already numerous arrival* axe reported, amonf them Lieutenant W. IT. Wright, ?f Winchester, who walked the entire Olttne*. starting from his home June ?th. Elaborate preparations ha\e been made to provide comforts and MAvealences for the veterans, so that While they spend the week looking ?NT the Old battlefield. hundreds of| men 'and women win see that they plenty to eat. a flrat-c!asa place! >. and. If necessary, an abunof good warm covering. The battle of Gettysburg, which i art week will so vividly recall, took yiace July 1st tnd and Ird. 1M3. with General Robert E. Lee commanding the Southern forces and General Meade the Northern force# With the opening of Buford's artillery, the treat conflict started and for three days it continued with unabated vigor On...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

3 : " rr Let th? Children Have the Benefit of a Piano? If you (n! you cannot afford a piano at'tlili time perhaps you would Ilka to rent one from month to month and at any time you would Ilka'to purchase tha Inatrumant 'wo will allow what you have paid, for rental to apply on*tha purohase price. Could anything ba fairer? Roanoke Masic Co. "NO NOTWi TO NI^N." O. T. JINNIHai, M(r? 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News ll**w ?' wltl ?r nn???l later. ?M W ?koar< ta M4, or to the Sarlto Mlt?r ear* the Worl*-Wewo. ar M?< ?I tha Mit< hctl-Hlppry. A beautiful marriage waa quietly solemnized t H Us morning at 10:10 o'clock thle morning when MU>s Juatina Margaret Hippey hecamo the brila of Mr. Kred Thorta Mitchell, the Hav John Itushnell. I). t?., of Sol?m, officiating. The rertmony took place at the home of the bride on South Henry street. Only the- members of fhe immediate faintly were present. thn lower apartments were attractively decorated with cut ...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

ML NEWS flva) wedding will take i tbk afternoon ?t flr? o'clock at MMMft of St. Andrew's Catho?urch when MIm Mary Kennedy be unit*4 la mftrrtaf* to Mr. Oacar Weddle. the Rev. Knther ?ftolattng. The bride will he to a blue traveling eutt. bride la a very popular younfr a valued clerk for atee yearn <a the eervlce >t the Oreen Jewelry atore She le the daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Patrick Kennedy of this city- < The (room le employed by the Roaaoke Sheet Metal Company. After the ceremony the bride and ffiai win leave for TVaahlhgton and Atlantic City and wl'l l-< at home in tbW city after July the :tth. The hr - t>al preeente were vory han'U?rr.f ami umer # e e Dr, and Mr* B. O. Orove. who have teen apending a week at Luray, returned ta their home ln.~ Vlnrlnla Hetghta yeaterday. -?> jWjSjj. V, ? e """ Mri J. T. Nelme. of Chattanooga, Oklahoma, la the gueat of hl? atater, Mrs. J. T. Bandy. In Virginia Helghta. J ? ? ? ? Mr. ...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

RAIN HELPED TIGERS TO YESTERDAY'S GAME With Richmond Ahead in Seventh Inning a Heavy Rain Necessitated Galling of dame Reverting To 8ixth in Which Tiger* Lead. Winning a ball same niter It wan leatlned the other la getting soma break of luck and . that 1a what th? Tigers got In a big hunk yeatrrday, ahen in the seventh Inning a heavy dalufa prevented a continuance of boaMlttlaa, which made the same rev?rt to tha alxth inning, three to two. In tha Tigera" favor. Ayara and Gardln were doing tha box duties. with Oardln havlnir tha best of tha argument. Avers was hammarad, and hammered fairly hard, four clean wallopa In tha .fourth, enabling tha Tigers to push acroaa tha pan a pair of talllaa, which put tha Tigera to tha good. In the fifth an frgument arose. but It didn't get tava a thine, aa th* umplra'a derision ntands Two w ra out with l^afitte <>n aacond and Olnn on flrat. whan Buck lltffimad ona to Newton that looked Ilka a hit. Newton want back to deep abort ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

buildings than ? roofing proof?lasts as long ooe of these requirement*, without the words " CortrigKt on each shingle. For Sal? by z SHEET METAL COMPANY. Multi-Millionaire, Who Died In Florida Recently, Said to Have Died In "Hut ? Even Son Was Not Allowed at His Bedside. Kaw Tor*. June 14-Anut PlumMr Flagler. head of the Western fcrmch of the Flagler family and near*t blood -relative of the lata Henry M. Flagler, except for Harry Harknese Flagler. a ton. has given out a statement of tli* itr?i|i circumstances surrounding hi* laat rlalt to th? Florida empire builder and concerning tha. construction of a part of tha win. In this Interview. Mr. Flakier said: 'Wnen I sot to Palm Beach. Immediately before Henry's death. I received tha shock of my Ufa. Of finding him a alck, old man. la tha lanrlooa home be had built, aurrounded by tha beautiful tWnfi which ha loved, and where ha ^rwtld naturally prefer to apand hla Mat momenta. X found him huatled ?way to an old. bleak and uaeomfortable ...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

CTbs man without a Savings or Checking account ut like the man without reserve power. He is 14All in*', at th^time Clf you have never enjovecTthc keen pleasure that comes with having money in the bank: Trv it. On* dollar starts a Ravings Account in this Bank. CITY RATIONAL BANK Rutfaok*. V?. CAPITAL KOO.OOO.OO ? inpLi'i astd r*DivtoEu monri sso.ooo.oo MARKETS lt*rk Market. Wall Street. Jun? IS.?Stocks movtd uncertainly when trading hecari Majority of active Iiiuii fell back slightly Number stock* gained fractionally. List a* a whole appeared .Irregular There wai no trace of. strong buying ? that characterized early trading oa previous days. Virginia-Carolina Chemical. yeaterday's weak feature, continued to .decline. Hoslna Quotation*? New York Stuck Rk Airrt row>er *> Am Artl I* A as fleet ? user.. Am Tan Am Can r>M AmCniBl Fdy tiH Am (.Ot'oti Oil . A si Ire Serur'? Am Lin feed An Loc entire Am fmelt 4. Ref AaUkjM. *J ? N Aia P' a?Tl, Ani Tr.harro An...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 June 1913

Franklin County * Snaps Fresh from the vines by the wagon loads, at all our Cash Stores Today. The Gallon Watch our low price announcements Get Into a Stein-Bloch Suit For Your Vacation Feel comfortable and correctly dressed. A Stein Bloch Suit is right in fabric, tailoring, And style.. Choose from our bigussortmeiiL . at $20.00 and $25.00 WeVe Mohairs and Linens that fit?the kind not found in other shops. W. R. HANCOCK CO. KoooNion to GEO. W. PATHS 00. Fall Mmatfe Corner, mtmmrn tte 1U KlfMU mt Mm DrUklui ?? ??fce?*a. tottr* of coRh who h*T? been unpleaaantly effected In the put. ca.n now not only bid farewell to n#rrouiB?u. heidtchr, Irritability. vertigo and palpitation of the heart. but to aleeplessneaa. aa wall, when drlnklnff coffee Evers' Vacuum Process Coffee la purHt coffee of auparlor quality, mechanically treated, without detracting from the taats. whUa improving the coffaa flavor and eliminating all Injurious effects. Only at ?ackar'n WKDDIMO BOl'?lKT?. KlUarney Rosea. &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

THE WEJLTHEB. "!**!*? WORLD, fwiM KM. MYumnm nbw?. r????< um ROANOKE, VA-, THTJRSDAf kPTERNOON, JUNE 26, 1913. VOL. 47?No. 154. JUDGE ff. L CHAMBERS ONE OF ARBITRATORS ... ? \ ... tTOTBD JUB^BT NAMED U?N. *W. WAGE CASE Arm Be Third Man to Conaider and Battle Iaaue Between Railway Company and Maintenance of Way Men?Named By Charles P. Neill, to Whom Waa Left Task of Completing . the Board?Proceedings 1 Has Been Under the Terms of Erdman Act. HEARINGS PBOBABLY BEGUN HEBE MONDAY It waa announced today that Judge W. L. Chambera, of Waah-, ington. D. C., well known throughout the country aa a lawyer, jurist nnd arbiter, haa contented to a^t H* third membu and chairman of a hoard of arbitration to nett.e "u aae difference between the Norfolk and Weetern and lU maintenance of way employees Judge t"hamb<?ra hi* be#n aaked to eome to Roanoke in time for delibera tiona to begin at 9.30 next Monday morning. ' ru.m The nelection of Judge < namHern ia the reault ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

Pauline Burkholder hu re-. (MB La.idv rord and left to-! ter for Norfolk is iptnl ? few wttki wit* b*r lira L E. Webber 3. P. Jeter, who wu ia)ur?4 by b?- | i?C eUfbt under a felling .jtr. has j r*turn?4 homo from the hospital Mlaa Mary luwut. of Peerisburg. I and Mrs. W1 agile Id and daughter. .Miss ?eaale. of Roaaoke. are tho guests ot \ Mra Prank Fielder. In w??t End Mr a. C J. Cook, who haa been IU ' for aaroral months, la thought to be i tir pro Tina Mra C ft Podl*o, of Norfolk, la r?s- [ Itir.g Mra ft rom and othor relattvoa here and la Roanoke Mr. Jaaee Richardson. af Moneta. I ap?nt last night with hla alatar. Mra Miss Ola Mltehall loft thia namini for htr homo at Sanvllie. after a viatt with Mra XV K. McOae and other relativoa bar*. Mra. OUan Whlta. of Roaaoke. and | Mlaa Coriane Ferguson. of Stewart*Villa, are the guests of Mra. J M Stcpher.e today. Mlaa Margaret Jones la spendtn* a while with her \unt. Mra. Luther Bell. - en Beat Mountain. Angus Funk arho waa stopping her...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

FOURTH DRAWING! No. 2647 Get* the 5-Ib. box of Kern's Candy. Look up your coupons. 4 Hfc. k*i ?( Km'i *mm4r |l<ra mrnmy ft** ?Trrr tal*N?r at 1* p. M. A Free Coupon to Every Customer. UMto (*r Krra'l Cmmty?fr*ah tTrrr ?t*k. Come in, rest, and refresh yourself at our fountain, the coolest place in town. We serve dainty, dclicious drinkables. Our fountain service is equalled by few, and the quality of our soda excelled by none. Constant care and extreme cleanliness assures you of the purest, healthful, richest, freshest soda drinks that can be produced. Malte our sYore your headquar- - ters. ' ' McGEE'S PHARMACY SRTC5K NOT TOR NOTHING, BUT FOB YOUR MONET'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. X. r - - ?' TRLKPHOlfK ltl - RADFORD STEAM v LAUNDRY. ? ' PICNICKERS Let us supply jour wants. We have everythinf needed for the picnio basket. Spring Chickens, Fresh Country Egg?, Cakes of all kinds. Lakeside Crape Juice, Stuffed^ Olhree, Plain Olives, Sweet Piok...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

A GREAT CXDiatTAKWO. Yesterday in the city of Lynchburg a mntlng of great significance ww **? a meeting of business and farmers, perhaps one of the meeting of lu kind over under- *? ^ Lynchburg News of thla Mornlnj, editorially and tn It* news columns, devotes much space to' the proceedings and brines out at length the wkrlou. Interesting points touched Co-operatlon-^etween business men and farmers, which was the purpose of the meeting, is a subject In which The World-News has been deeply conceraad. It hu realised that the scope ??-?P*??on la unlimited, and " lf U ba properly and systematically encouraged It will rmmxli la large and practical benefits. Business men ak prosperity depends upon agriculture; that If the farmer retroSrw* or stagnates, the city soon will! follow suit. and that the State, without agricultural development, will fall j into inactivity. We call special attention to the Lynohbnrg conference because we want a similar conference to be start-' ad In Roanoke. Such...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

Let the Children Have the Benefit of a rt?nn?If you *?1% can- I not afford a piano at thta Urn* perhaps you would Ilk* to rent ona from month to meath aad at any tima you would Ilka to purchase tha instrument wa will allow what you hava paid forf rental to apply on tha purchase price, iCould anything be falrerT Roanoka Music Co. "KO .wm TO HON." C. T. JVNWIXOa. n*T.. 117 W. Campbell Are. Social News eeetal or Nnn?J later. ?- Mi er aea? to tfce ??<????* Kdlter aare el ?k< ?ke WerM>7lfea, Brilliant ChaHty lull. A brilliant charity ball was (Ivan last night under the auspices of the ''Acorn Guild" at Mountain Park, pavilion. The scene presented by tha ? many Attractively goaned young women and their escorts wAs beautiful. The dance was a thoroughly delightful one and many out-of-town visitors added to the evening's pleasure. This charity ball was one of the largest and most successful ever given In this city. Among those who attended were: Mian Mary Htu...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

of gmt aortal' Interest the Mate M th?*weddtng ~~ IN Preebytertan ctourch tn Batem. last evening at elght-flawr o'doc*. of Miss Sarah Terrlll HuAnoll and. Mr. William Alexander Anderson. of Mr.moov waa unique and mod InteAKting In the- .fact thai t, every poealble war ? ?aa dike the lar~-g- ot Mtoa Buahnell'" parent*. Tha old church wai banked Ihout th? front with maiM. of P*lma, and ferna. with tho J?umlna,*on of _,.? candlvr In candglabra. proi. ChTrl ^ McClura. of Ha.-r.tOwn Ma nreatded at tha organ, rendering . liwJriWMrim during theaaaombling of tha gueete. and the bridal S2U from "Lohengrin.' ?? ?P?Tha rtbbona ?*re gracefully Mod bououeta of pink . Klltorney rosea. and hare atood two page*. MmSTwilltam and Walter Preceding tha wedding party, tn* Hav Dr John Buahnell and 'the Ray. Ja koy Or^h-n. advanced tc.the alIVr The brtdal party w?a led to the altar ^thetw/v~??.. WlUlam and iu. i|AP fltiphuiiftffi followth* J?' l?Z? Keily. of Norfolk, and Mr. ChartedMcNuM*. of Roanoke. Net...

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