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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 June 1913

Ut lh? Children Mm th? of a Viano?If you feol you cannot afford s plnno ?t tlwa Urn* parhap* you woulil Ilk* to rani cat from month to month and ~gt any tlma you would like to purchaae the Instrument wa wtll allow what you hava paid for rental to apply on tha purchase l*P> ^ Could anything ba fairer? * Roanekt Music Co. ?J*0 N(|TEH TO MGX." . C. V. iKXKIXOI. Mc>. U7 W. OampbtU Avr ? <-pnf?ilernt* FrwTha Confederate Fata which waa riven y?ieterda> Afternoon hy tha au?lllsry of tha William Watta Chapter from I to ?0. o'clock on the beautiful lawn and In the houe- which haa leen oocuplfd until recently by Mre J. Allan Wntta. on Nlntfc a brilliant ?uecess, noiwIthMnn1"^ ths. fact of tha Mvara atorm in the ?.?riy nftarnoun. The ro?m???rt ?ec orated w.th Confederal Japeuca* laatarna Illuminatee<t tha law*. Durlnir the houra of ,,ir#n'" tain mam tha placa wa* thronged with ""u.eatvlng wara jh.prraldrnt of the ...Hilary and ?h? thraa . ...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 June 1913

ftvi) telle* wu !)*? lit at tk? rink la Stltm by a rmwm m*a la honor of fb? tltandtd the AnderaonMtn* Wodaoeday night. goeet llet included / MIm Mary SeaM Spencer of Lexlagton. Xy . *ad Mr. Terrlll Bushnell . MiM Mat tie. Welch Logan, of Nlcholaavllle. Ky.'and Mr William Preta-1 . Mm Evelyn.Cookroll, of Jacksonville Fla.. aad Mr.Otaa Scrugas. Myra Lo?aa and Mr. H?|h -5Zi, ?S;": " BUaabath Pulllan. of Farmvllle, aa4 Hock ' MIm Beauty Boaftes and Mr Billy Bowlii. j Mary and Mr. Miller Mm Sad to Bowles *and Mr Glppens. Mm KaH Dtllard and'Mr. John Bu?hnell. ?"?? Axak McConkey and Mr. George' Bushnell Barta>MflConkey and Mr. Rufua Mlaa Catherine (Walker and Mr Tom Cooper MIm Margaretta Bushnell and Mr. Tampleton MorrlV *Uf?: Mesera. Bob Locan. Joe Gerald. Brand and Vrtd .Fox f Chaperons: Ml. and Mra Olppens. a ? ? AM*' Trip. Mra. JVIUISn H- Horton left thla aftemoorf far an automobile trip to Greenfield^] ndl jrihflre aha will b? the gaoat of Mra. J. S- Mitchell for sev';Ml VM...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 June 1913

GOOBERS SHUT OUT BY MRS JT.? (Hpaclal)Roanoka shut out the locals today. 4 to 0. ? Kflrd. pitching for the visitors, ru In the best of form, allow mi only five hit*, no two of which worn gotten In one inning Ilodgepeth. working lbcula, pitched hltieea ball with thw e*c*pttim of the first, third, ?Ixth and ninth inning*. Mattla l?ad nlth the at Irk work. getting three safe ' ane* out of four tlrfies at bat. The first tally ? a * made In tha flrat ? inning after two hnnda wera down. It mscher singled. alula a?cond and score*! on Matttx' aingle to laft. li>| the glxth the vtaltora not two more. After 'fJinn had gone out on a. fly to. | Schmidt, alnglaa by Pieealy. Mattla and McCraken. and an error by Kreppe! gave than) two runs. While the vlaltcra wero absorbed j with confidence of being vlctorloua, j they did not let an opportunity toj score In the laat frame get by. Thr?-e singles gave them their fourth tally. The ?core: l!?XKR8Rt'IMI. A? H II O A K i Krepps. 2b 3 0 0 .1 3...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 June 1913

A triad and true family medicine. the- succms of which can only be attributed to tho splendid results it haa accomplished. For mora than thlrty-slx year# Warner s Safe Kidney and Xjhrer Ramedy has aided thousands of man and women, sufferer* from kidney and tlver trouble, to recover their health and strength. It haa proven a boon to people who do not risk, neglect?but take the remedy aa means of prevention. and a guard against recurrence. . We kfow of many families who swear by Warner s Sa'** Kidney and Liver Remedy?have It In their hoir.n at all *ime?=?but are particular to uae tt at thla time of the year because it ia looked upon aa a reliable tonic. provision for mankind against kid_re fully prepared heaMng medical to take"- sold everywhaje by druggists. to Warner's Safe Remedies Co.. Dept idney and Liver Remedy .?&? that hu cured so many worn and ?*? Voas man right tn their own homee? without any additional halp or clnJ?that I think every tnah who wishes to regain his...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 June 1913

_ . . .. . , - CThe man without a Savings or Cheeking account \* like the man without reserve power. He is J "All in", at the time. ? Clf you have never enjoyed the keen pleasure that comes with having money in the bank; Try it On* dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Roaaoke, Ta. capital Ml 1.111.? irmci and rxnmBBD rnorm mmm.m __??? ? I *h1th Vallar . I?H U AN I? K. AT. JSta ?. Pacific 4A< MARKETS ? teck Market Qalet. Wall Street. June i??Prices barely moved at .opening Thar* *m little business on hand- Fluctuation of ?ueh stock* a* w*r? traded In were confined to trivial fractions. The Indecision of th* market's openIn* was succeeded by a stow advance which raised the list slightly over yesterday's close. Not much In the way of movement was looked for. owing: to a lack of Initiative from any *ourc*. Cloaing Quotation*? New York Stock Rukaaiai > Atari Copper . *4 | loacede <?ea Pt Am akH. '..'... Jf Am C'an.pM... IJ Am C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 June 1913
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 June 1913
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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 June 1913

the can 7 for a quarter FRESH RASPBERRIES Received Daily from Christiansburg HVzc the quart 2 for a quarter . w & Feel comfortable and correctly dressed. A Stein Bloch Suit is right in fabric, tailoring, and style.. Choose from our big assortment $20.00 and $25.00 We Ye Mohairs and Linens that fit?the kind not found in other shops. W. R. HANCOCK CO. ^ ~ to OSO. W. PAYNE 00. IW III Kfm4 CoSee DrtaUaft at SssSee's. U**n of mSm who htn b?*n unpleasantly effected la the pact, cm now not only bid farewell to BtrroninHt, headache, Irritability. wrtlfo and palpitation of the heart. but to aleeplesarteae. aa wall, wban drinking coffer ??* Vacuum Process Coffee la pur?at eafTao of superior quality, mechanjflflM' tratftad. without detracting from tkt taata, whlla improving the coffee flavor and eliminating all lajurloaa effects. Only at ?ackar'a. wkodixg Boi'qvm Klllarnay Roaea, Sweet Paaa. or Lily Of^ Valley. FALLON. Florlat, Roanoke. Ah, 'Tis So, 'Tis True that tba boat placa In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

ROANOKE, VA., MONDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 30, 1913. THE WEATHER. FAIR AND WARM TODAT A*D TUMDAT. PRICE^TWO C nrai of VOL. 47?No. 157. assoi IATKD PIIE39. WHITE SLAVE SUIT BY WIFE. ARMY OF VETERANS AWAKE TO REVEILLE WARLIKE SOUNDS ON ! GETTYSBURG FED rwenty-Five Thousand of the Blue and Gray Are damped on the Hills of Gettysburg ? The Wide Streets of the Tented City Echo With the "Ki-Yi" and "Johnny Reb" and Tell of His Yankee Brother?Fifteen Thousand New Arrivals Expected Today. VETERANS YARNS ON GMLWAR DAYS Gettysburg, June SO.?Twentyfive thonwnd| veterans of Blue and Gray, the biggest array of it* kind fmtbered together in fifty year*, aw ok/ today on the field of Gettysburg to the call of rerille and warlike rattle of pota and paw in mew tent*. The wide atreeta of thia tented city echoed with the "ki-yi" and "Johnny Rab" and yell of hia yankee brother. , The artby men in charge of the ramp expected fifteen thouaand veterans to arrive today. By tonight they will be prepared to care for...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

DeUnr to Yonr Door at | fh Very Small Goat flaammMtoffiawifflxam, "BUTTERICK PATTERNS" SHOP BY MAIL 0??4i ?r# 4?U?m4 (>?? Ruaaoke by rind rM| at IfM roal trr Cl.t?e??e. ffl2S5?i^2??N|(Lte<i. '?BUTTER1CK PATTERNS" N ORDERS BY MAIL ire specially invited and given careful attention. ft ? ^ Suggesting Things You Should Have These Warm Days ^Whether you stay in Roanoke, take a cottage by the sea or camp in the mountains. And there is much more here for your '& comfort that wc do not menrion. Come and select from stocks that are fresh and that offer assortments to please everyone. Store Closes All Day Friday, July 4th?And Then Every Friday at Noon July and August Summer Dresses and Gowns of Rare and Artistic Styles Cr^pc Voile Lingerie. Dozens of the prettiest models imaginable. Trimmings of lace, embroideries, siSk. velvet and ribbons, applied in almost as many ingeniojis ways as there are dresses. We cannot say too much about our dresses of the better k...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

LOOK UP YOUR OOUPOK NUMBERS. Ho. 5513 gets the 5-lb. box of Kern's Candy, drawn for Saturday, 10 p. m. If not ealled for by 10 p. m., Monday, Jnne 30th, will have another drawing. Watch this space. VACATION NEEDS AT SPECIAL PRICES. doing on vacation you will nc?d a good Hair Bruah, Comb, Tooth Bruah or Tfcoth Powder, Paatea or Cr?am. A rood Safety Raior He up.- Hhavins lirunhea, 10c up; ahavlng Soap, Powder and Cream. 10 to lie; Boup Hoxm, Hunpa, Talcum Powdera. Waah Knga, 6c; Tollat Caaee 60c up. Paaa Caava. Kill Hook, 11111 Fold era. Coin Puraee at loweat price*. Bee our line * Toilet Needs?We Have Just What You Need. A full line of Toilet Watera, 85c up; Perfumea, 80c o?.; Toilet Oeama, Cold Creama, 10c up; Toilet Powdera, 10c up. A full line of Mine. l?u Toilet Preparation*. Bath Needs. Bath Soapa, Bath Hruahea. 35c up; Turklah Towela. 50o; Bathlna Capa, 60c; Violet Ammonia. 10c; Violet Sea Halt, 16c and 36c; Bea Rait In 6 pound ban. 10c. 3 for 35c*. 8pon*e?, 10c up; Rubber Bpon...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

ARE THERE TOO MANY (X>UiEGES| Dr. K. C. Babcock, In the year book] Of the commission of education. S'v rsachea the conclusion that there are too many collages la the Vnlted States with Inadequate equipment and support that much duplication of work la going on. and that there could be K profitable merging of existing Institution* with much benefit to the institutions themselves and to the communities in which they operate. This conclusion Is reached after! careful Investigation. The federal j government, when It undertakeVto as-! certain conditions along any line, goes to the very foundation and it usnally! fctta the naK on the head. It sometimes makea some people sore and grouses all sorts of protest, but In the Gd Its conclusions remain undlaturbSuch was the ease with Its child labor research, hi certain quarters a veritable howl waa raised because of the droadful conditions which the research revealed, but not a fact waa developed or an argument advanced that changed In...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

iwr valuable ri>]uTrnitliiK treat- . thin for wrinkle*? Is t<j bathe em In a solution of powdered , 1 or. diasolvsd In 1 -2 pint Uel. Thla haa a remarkable acsmoothinK out the line* and i tip" th? loosf tissue. of a Piano?If you feel you cannot afford a plane at thta Unw perhaps you would Ilka to itat on* from month to month and at any time you would flk* to purctoaa* the tnairument we will allow what you hava paid for rental to apply on the purcha** prloa. Could anything be fairer? Raaaaka Masic Ca. "NO NOTES TO 81(1N." C. T. JKMMINUS. Mir, 117 W. Campbell Av?. a Healthy, f?ah Complexion he F*r*inin? World) lid have a clear, fresh, i >Won. on* ounce of nrdlised wax will aid you In more than shelves full of producei* a natural beauprocursble at any drug- | pletely ab*orba a bad com - R the healthy younr leath. It* work Is done to day by day. that no In- [ nr.- la caused. The wax Is apinlaht. like cold cream, and ren the morning with soap and BentfH W...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

PCS V' ????T fe \ All the Needed Wearables at Prices Far Less Than Usual * Seasonable, service-giviug merchandise, for your present-dav needs, are offered iu this week's Mid-Summer Sale, m a splendid and verv satisfying display. The very latest style ideas are demonstrated in these lines; smartest fashions for every occasion, whether you are preparing t\>r your usual Summer outing or are planning joy the wacm Summer days at home?all tastes may be supplied. Many departments, have broken assortments, discontinued styles and some slightly crushed and soiled articles used in display. On all of these sweeping price concessions are "thus adding to the value and attractiveness, to you, of this big Mid-Summer Sale. Shop early?a pleasant and profitable time awaits you. Smart Silk Dresses at Third Less All in this special offering are charming: 1913 models, full of style and most beauNeweat drrcs material*: crepe meteor, channelise, poplins, spot-proof foulard, in ^jjjpinrt plfnrim...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

Thla town and community war* Ihotkod ruKHtr mornlns to Mar that cm tl the boat known altlaoaa, John Oaborn* Utg, had paaaod away at U:li In th* ni?ht. Mr. l.on? had b**a complaint as. for ttrnr time of heart irn?kl?. and whlla kit death was not unaapected, It cam* ai a ahorii to ?11. Ho had not b?en confined to the haaaa. and waa on th* atr**t Maturday afternoon. II* waa In hla alxiythird ybar. It* had been ? faithful ?m plover of -TtTV- Norfolk * W*at*rn tor forty-live >*%ra. and mail* hla liom* in Vlntou for Iho laat thirty?even years. for reara h* waa atatlon maater at thla point, flla umlil and rrltndly mtnwr mad# Mm a friend tn ih* >ouna and old. No on# rnaataaad a hinder h*art than John Land- To hla family h* waa a moat < affectionate huaband and rather, anal will h* aadly mn??d In the home and (tamuaiu, and th* axpr**etou* of ?rlbf that h* la no mor* ar* h*ard on *v*ry hand fe*iu?a a widow, h* la aurvlved by] nine children. ?? followa: Meaare....

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

Bhastant. If. 4 2 1 1 1 '? Ov?r, cf. .... ....4 1 3 4 0 0 Brown, rt ........4 0 x i ? o Kernan. 3b 3 1 1 0 1 ? Uarton. p 4 I 1 0 4 0 To tale: II* I It 17 II ? Bcort by laolngi: R. Richmond . ...003 001 0X0??' Newport News ......030 030 OSO?? *Battad (or Vance In ninth. ??Ratted (or Noel In ninth. Summary: Two-base hlt?. Shaetant. Geyer. Haddow, Brecnahan. Vance (S); three-base hit. Plea; home run. L?val; sacrifice hit, Kennan: sacrifice'fl/. Breenahaa: base on balls o(( Barton. 1; laft on basee Richmond. 5; June 3S?(Special. )? _i had overcome a one talllsa. rain Interfered ?r three of the Tlgore The eeore stood three * of the local* _ ha hae two dandy tn-l fto will be leto la Tiger unl- _ In SCoadayS gain# Th? ever Kihltf leader of the Champ* i* confident that he will cop the "old rag" again thle.yeer The following la' the box scor* of the Inn in a* played: & Petersburg Smm ? ? . . . AB B, H o A. E. *b ?... 3 11 > 1 ol IS. 3b. 3 1 I. iM r. e* 3 o e. 3 0 Schmi...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

CThe man without a Savings or Checking account is like the man without reserve power. He is "All in", at the time^v Clf you hare never enjoyed the keen, pleasure that comes with having money in the bank; (Try it. One dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. * CITY NATIONAL BANK Soooto, Vfc CAPITAL hn.omm IVMLl't AMD VRDIVIDED PROntl MMIUI I A*na.Ufl?al. W pretty and quiet hem* wedding I solemnised "Wednesday cv.nln*. Is 15th. at "Mt. Ch*?t nut." ths prmv Intry home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ?coin Lofland. whan their daughter. m Hetta Vara, became tha hrl<i* of . Charlaa Clinton Aaron. In tha >seneo of tha Immediate families, ta? lutlful ring oeremony wti performOwing to tha aosenca of tna da's pa? ior. Or. VT. c Campbell. tM emony was performed by tha Rev LOANS Wall Street. Juna 10?Stocks movad hesitatingly at ths opening todsy. Trad* lag was light. Thara was no well-de-nned tendency Tha majority of mora utlva shares were lowar. ? York Stock AmilV< ...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 June 1913

D APPLES 5c the can 7 for quarter FRESH RASPBERRIES Received Daily from Christiansburg \2Vzc the quart for quarter Fit and Style These warm weather models are Solid ? Comfort, shown in blue mixtures, Oxford Gray and Light Gray. You know the $teiu Blocb way?then drop in while the showing is good. W. It HANCOCK CO. to GEO. W. PATHS 00. ehlned by u*. W? want o know that we have only ted at >0 Campbell ?v?, arc open twry tor front ? te 1* p. m- except Saturday, when we clom at 11 p. m., and Sundav at < p. m. Tuxedo Shoe Shin* Parlor. Tom ana Louis Bacaa. propria to ra. Omar* MrrUklr trackers, M? oalr OHHtfW and particularly helpful ? peraoaa with weak OlfMttoB. or if from'(Jjorntipation tor yptins. teethln* children Om elder member* of the Cam- i y. u wall. Only at Becker'a *? Ah, Tie 8o[ 'Tie True Utat tha boat place In tho city to dine la the OL.YMP1 A CAKK. Thla la where you are served with the vary best food In tha city at a small coat. We cater to tha particul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

OL. 48?No. 1 It tm +6 mat nwtw iw.' HP*f *? [9 ? ?k. phono Uu offlco. t*4 11 Mfr win N Mat you at oaoo toy ?poet*! tnoooonpor. Wo *ut row to rorolvo tho W?rM-Mooi own day. RVIKIMO WOULD. rMWlH IMP. ?VKN|5I? Kilt*. r?t?4H im ROANOKE, VA., TUE8DAF AFTERNOON^ J ULY I, 1913. BLUE AND GRAY ARMY f IN GETTYSBDRG TODAY ft . v : . ' ? ? umber Outstrips All Calculations I Fifty-Five Thousand Veter- j ans of Civil War Assem 1 ble to Celebrate Fiftieth i 4 Anniversary of Great Bat- ? tlet?Formal Program of' Exercises Began This Morning, General Schoonmaker Presidipg?Governor Tener Delivers Address of Welcome, Emphasizing the Unmatched Signifi?guice of the Occasion. fi ~ SECRE i^RY OF WAR ?f GARRISON SPEAKS Gettysburg. Ps.f .Inly l.f-Blue snd Grey netersns by thousands poured intof Gettysburg throughout the night and today. Major Normoyle. ofcromanding the camp, believed fiftVflve. thousand veterans would heton the battlefield by far tonight, although half that num\cr would flit the camp eomfort...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

IS DELAYED WlrtlBHOa, June IS.?-The ipNd at Om mMtblr-cMNd legislative ma- I chinery planned to rjah the adminis , irMwi eerreney bill through the house wit* dMpatch ?ii reduced today at a conference of Dun -ritic mimbin of th* bouse banking and currency com-' raittae. The majority member* decided to allow thimMlvM a week to think tha bill over. They will meat again next Monday; to plan tha count of th* measure lbretgh the committee to take up the Question-of holding public hearings on the Mil, and to discus* a propolotion to make all consultations open to the puMlc - Meantime Chairman Glass Was authorised to select an expert to advise With the committee- H. i . barker Willis, of New Tork. may be cboaen. 1 Rome of the Democratic members thssgfct a little more time for considering tha bill would be advisable but others evinced willingness to vote i at once. I m '?There is no diapoeitlon on the. part - of any member of tke banking and - currency committee to delay consideration of the...

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