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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

^ * NEEDS i AT SPECIAL PRICES. Ooinjt on vacation you will nsod a food Hair Brwh, Comb, Tooth Brush or Tooth Powdor, Paste* or Cmm. A (owl Safety Rasor lie up. thtrlai Brushaa, 10c up; iharlni Soap. Powdsr and Crcatn. 10 to llo; Soap Boxsa, Soaps, Talcum Powders, Wash Ra?s, 6c; Toilst Caaaa 5<k up. Pass thus, Bill Hook. Bill Kolders, Coin Purses at loWwt prtcea. So* our lias Toilet Needs?We Have Just Whst You Need. A full llao. at Totlot Waters, 26c up; Psrfumss, 60c o*.; Toilet Oearns. Cold Creams. 10c up; Tullst Powdsra, lOo up. A full Uue> at Msxv l)u Kout'i Toilet Prr pa rations. ? " Vt Bath Needs. Bath Soaps, Bath Brushes. 36c up; Turkish Towela, SOc; Bathing Capa. 50?; Vlolot Ammonia, 10c; Vlolot Saa Salt, lie and Sic; Sea Salt la I pound ban, 10c, X for lie; Kponcaa, 10c up; Hubbsr Sponges, 16c up; Hud Scrub liruahes, 6c up. | McGEE'S PHARMACY regress NOT FOR NOTHING, BUT FOR TOUR MONEY'S WORTH DO WE DESIREYOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. TCLBPBOj...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

mOJTKIl 114 50 an* 143 DAYTON'S After cmtrrlnK from Its disastrous rtptrirnct with the recent flood*. Ray ion, Ohio, rtiumti lt? former activity. In doing so it tmcHp* the determination to work out plana for its government along broader and more progressiva line*. IJke Oalve*ton tfter It ifas swept by a tidal wave. Dayton finds Its old Ideas of cjvio control revolutionised. It ban abandoned the ancient method and has sdopfd the commlwlon plan. Dayton s ?ommluiun la rompnitJ member* and la elected by the people at Isrge. An offldal known fta city manager Is chosen by the commlaaion. His duties are to enfor<e the city's law*. The various department* of municipal government are under the direction of citlscns who are named by. the manager. A civil eer?Ice board must pasa on the fitness of all persons who aeek to enter tht public Service. . Merit, character an<i ability are to be the standards for appointment to office or for promotion. Politics, as can well be see...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

Ramsey Shoe Co. 20 Campbell Aveuue, West ?JMi ?? In Honor of tin rata. ^Mrt. 1Y B. Orlgga w*a the h oaten of a, lovely cud party thla morning at her horn* on Fourteenth' avenue, a w. in h'>nor of MIm Eva White and MIr* klajme Spencer, of Lynchburg The lower apartment* were artistically decorated with great quantitle* of daMci which were used In lavlah profusion. Yellow and whlto wa? the color irheme ehd the effect was carried out In the dainty ecore cards which were tied with yellow ribbon. Five table* of ftvo hundred engaged In play, and Mr?. Orlcgs had ? guests ttto a number who did not play. At the close of an Intensely Interesting game h three couree luncheon *m ?erved In beautifully arranged plates, earryln* out the color.schentp of yellow and white. Including th? cantaloupe*. sslad roursea and orange Ice wltli individual yellow Iced cake* with "W. and 8." In white letter*, complimentary to the two honoreea, Misses White and Spencer. Mr* ftrlggs w*e charmingly assist...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

ML NEWS <C*atla??4 from P*S? ???) phla. la vUiUn* Mr*. J. R. HardfUy. on PpartMnth, avenue, i *, Mr and Mrs. H C. Rhull are apendIr( aovaml week* at YolHfr? Ptnne Park. TIM Ladle* Aid Society of $t? Sunday Nrhoal TomHiw* Nortual I Couid*rabl? lateraat la centered la j Mark's Lutheran church, la me*tin*. th?. Sunday School Teacher*' Normal Wttll Mr*. Theo. Ponaln thl* afternoon J which will convene In thU city Monat ?:$? o'clock. j day In 8t. John * Episcopal church . < ? ? ? I An attendance of twy hundred and At Dl*s* Oouacr. ; liftv la expected, and the icueata will (Mat arrival* at DIkk* '< he entertained In .private home* In' Vmw. are Mr. and Mrs. thla city. A number of very promt-; Master Ore** Mark", of nent people wilt attend thl* normal. A Inrxe beautiful reception will be] ?W? ' . ? * * < j tendered the visitors by the Humlay ?Gay Lloyd a Bride. J ochoolg of ?t. John's and Christ Kpi*1? *reatly Interested in copal church Monday eve...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

TIGERS ADMINISTER A FOURTH DEFEAT Mgwport Ifiwi Again Oom down Bsfors ths Roanoke Player*? Fr?toy at First Villi to get & Put Out During Entire Game? Perryman Allowed Tars Eignt Mite. With four different thunder storms apparently trying to swoop down on the ball park yeatsrday during the W Ure game, the Tigers look the last of this WHk'i iciiM away from ih? Tars In a rsther uninteresting exhibition I to I. r?rrym?B and Hhtnn complete* the artillery. Perryman with better ?upp?rt than h* haa b?? gettin* from the Tlctra allowed the Tar* eight hlta. Chenn kn\? ih* Tl*?r? eight hlta. He Appeared to be aomowhat wild and uneasy Ai the bos. from the commcncfin?nt of the gam*. Probably an Interesting feature about th? ran* was the fart that the formidable Mr. Pyessly at f'mj failed to n put cut durin* tho entire nmr. All tho put-out* *fi? flltf, fana, and forca cute at second. MMtli with the Ingenuity of a l>lg leaguer knocked a swinging fly oter. the pufWed head of Rl...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

CUSTOMS _For Infants and Children.? In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA __.PHANS FOR LIFE'S WORK At the nmt meatier of the.eseutiva commlttn of tha board of trusteee ef the liptlit Orvhuai* of Virginia. tt Salem. t stop wu taken la the adoption of tbo followin* *"*eaolvad. That tbo superintendent ef tbo Baptist Orphan*e of Virginia ?*? empowered to establish within the laatltauo^ at as sorry a data as practicable a dspartmsat of telegraphy and <22TS. ^*42? ?"n. which. will afford afflelsat training for those ?f ?ar erphenaee who upon graduation daeiro to oator ouch service Tbta action la la keopin* with the policyof tbo orphana*e admlnlstrs(I.S: -**"* to as rapidly as posto prsparo ths lastltutlon to males ?"* ?1rl ?oln* out iato ths -5nV..?!* 4!*"* * 1Tt** M Personally Efficient la soma honorable and ra- I maneratlve occupation ss ths ladlvidwal endowment will allow ****** we*h la ths orphanage **? J^eeivod pmi crodlt la tha hl*h "5?*' t*^*n ** *ha students who. An-1 l...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

CThe man toithfcut a Sating* or Checking account is like the inan without reserve power. Hi ia "All in", at the time. '? m '*?'t " *> l' 1 1 ' l* ? *:>?>?> te' V?'.\ Clf you have never enjoyed the keen pleasure that ? comes with having money in.the bank; Try it. Orm dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK ItouMta, Vm. CAFITAli ? ??? ? ????????? ? ??? ? ItRPLl'l AND UNDIVIDED PROmt MMH.II MARKETS S?*?k Ntrktl. Wall Street. Junt I.?There ?n _ . ?light downward movement when the] Market opened. trading light Much i irregularity attended restricted dealings la the drat hour. Prteea shewed i rocent tendency to rise after opening down. Recovery brought fresh offer. Ing*. CMo| guoUUaw?New York Stock I Amil Copper . ? 4*A*rl... J* Am Beet Sugar.. 8 Ant <"**.. Am ?^?a, fftt ? ? ? ? Am Car aad fdr Am Cotton Oil Am lee Seoafe. Am l.lr. teed Am Locoraatlre Am fmtltdBef. Am f A K; Am roieer fler... Am Tel A Tel .. Am...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

Day y 4th Friday All 6f our cash stores will observe the grlor-m-i ious Fourth. Stores all open un Thursday. jJ:. all open until 10 p. m. Announcement Watch this space for Special Announcement Saturday, July 5th Our Semi-Annual Sale of Stein Bloch Smart Clothes for Men and Young Men will start Saturday, July 5th. It is Our custom each season to rive Our Customers the benefit of Special Prices whefi the time conies to Clean Up broken lots. Stein Bloch Clothes are a class to themselves when it comes to Good Service, Style and Fit > V You know that * A ', W. R. HANCOCK CO. to GttO. W. PATHS 00. Til lhsaa w kit* seaea. ?<??? ut (Imu< and amaed b* na ^We waat ?ur friend, to kN* Ital wt have only >ne shop. located at M Campbell W_nu?, vtit. Wt iN opon wrr,4*y '?>"? lS (o 10 p. MMPt Saturday. when It p. in., and Sunday at ? do Shoe Shine Parlor. Tom proprietor*. (.raafa W><liel> ( nAtn, ??ld o??y At r?*...

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

VOL. tilM4 VETERANS BEGIN HOMEWARD MARCH IFROM GETTYSBURG THOUSANDS LEAVE THE BATTLEFIELD After Exchange of Greetings, They Turn Their Faces North and South? Last Meal In Camp Will Be Given Tomorrow (Sunday) Morning?Their Silence Will Resume Its ? Sway. REGULAR TROOPS STAY TO THE END Gettysburg. July I ?Thousands of veterans begun their1 homeward march today after a laat exchange of greetlnga with now ebmrades they found here. Before night over half of the artny of fifty thjtUMnd old men who came to the reunion of armies that fbught each othar fifty year* ago; will have atartad on their way homeward. Veterana who remain will be given the laat meal at the camp tomorrow mornlag. The - army tenia will probably atand here ufctll next week. The regular army troopa will atay until the laat Veteran has gone, All Paper* In Probe. Washington, July 6.?Senators Reed and Walsh, after examining a maaa of letters, telegrams and expense uicounts secured from Martin M. Mulhall under subpoena recent...

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

TON July l^r ^ Slat* Rom and Miss Hf.n Staunton, are the guests of Mra W. F. T^ley. '* West! Bro^a Is spaadia* a few at the Mthort. ?? I 9* Sneed. of 8prn*dalo. Xy., j trrln htr? this afternoon to Join! | family. v|ho are shopping at W H. " "on rim stroet. Nellie ARiddle. ? of Roanoke. la ! 9?oat of hMr au&t. Mrs. J. R. Kin.0. J. Oar bar. of ^Washington la here on a visit to htf parents, aaor .and Mrs. W. B. Gale, in! Cad. _J ladlaa of tha Bine Ridge Bapchurch wll} give a lawn party on | church grounds (his evening and, the Vinton Military BandL will furnish music for. the oecaalon. -W MtMri,r. A. Olsh and W. L. Saun-) dars want'to Radford yeatarday to at -1 tend the Fpurth of July fete, and re-1 caption *lvan by tftv^Bplted States! troopers yeatarday. < W9* T. W. Kln&orr has gone to Columbofc Ohio, to spend a f$w. week*. M lanes Willie DeBoa.tidK Bedford, and Addle Mason, of Calloway, are tha guests of Mra. W. g. Wagtier. in Woat End. J. O. Long a...

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

VACATION NEEDS AT SPECIAL PRICES. /? T- 77" ' Ootai ob nwt)oB>?u will bm< ? good Hair Brush. Comb, .Tooth Brush or Tooth Powder. Pimm or Cream. A good Safety Ruor sic up, Buvtai BruihM, ioc up; (htrlai Soap, Powder and Cream. IS to tie; Soap Boxee, Soaps. Talcum Powders, Wash Ra?a, Ic; Toilet Cases 60c up. Pass Cases, Bill Book, BlU'Folders, Coin Purses at low* est prlcea See our line Toilet Needs?We Hmve Just What You Need, , A full line of Tolled Waters, 21c up; Perfumes, 60c os.; Toilet Creams, Cold Creams. lOo up; Toilet Powders, lOo up. ? A full hue ot Mow. D? Foul's ToUrt Preparation*. ~J Bath Needs. . Bath Soap*, Bath Brushes. |lo up; Turkish -Vowsis. 60c; Bathlns Caps, lOo; Violet Ammonia, 10c; Violet Sea Salt,-lie and |lc; Sea Salt Is I pound bars. lOe, I for 36c; Sponges, lOo up; Rubber Sponges, lie up: Hand Scrub Bgatiies. Ic up. McGEE'S PHARMACY rSttSTE". NOT FOR NOTHING, ' Birr ?OB YOUB MONEY'S * k - WORTH DO WS DESIRE YOUB PATRONAGE L*t Us Prove I...

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

^Jdavid lam ah. I til* history ?f David Lamer could tan, ahowing all it* detail*. th* sould ha*d * ?tory ot surpassWhere Um?r was bom. ji? hu lived, and all that he few persons know. He ha* a man ot mystery, and yet the ? character of his career IS fata many communities. 'His actaave keen confined to no parjocallty. 8**mlngly he has n numerous place*, sometimes Wnt and sometimes In tfce , and everywhere his footstsps br have happened to entry biased a trail ot wonderctness. In Ns# Tdfk. with ot freoiiM, atid in Lgfcehwtth Its thousands, he cat a deep and lone and so aflame touch of hU peculiar genius afterwards It Hitters snd Insist that his name Is nut Some find Interest In and others grow lndlghls culm* is coupled With P. Morgan, jr.. when told claimed intlrtkcy Pith J Sr.. became violently andectared It was a 1U. But im mixed with the rich and I sometimes as their tool. M their master, snd had the balance wheel that to soms Of bli assoetstes, he i would have his nam* in lofty i a...

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

of a Piano?if you fnl you cannot afford a piano At tilt* lima perhapa you would like to rent one from month to month and ?t any time you would Ilka to purehaat the >nbtrutt>*?l we will ? llow what roU have paid for rental to apply on the purchaao Brut, Could anything be f*lrefT RhnIii Mutio Co. -no ytrtr* -ru sum." c. v. dan?M?i?, amt? 117 W. Campbell Ave. ?i?T*-ptl?ni fur HMbday Ai hmil Normal Plana ate being formulated for a Wrge recaption Monday evening at Brtenwky Court. the Hume of Mra p. I*. Pair fa*. complimeritAry to the fc'ir.day School Bummer Normal which it 111 be held in thla city net! week. Eft- the guftplce* of the Roanoke day 0>honl Inatltnte and of the r<! of ftallgiotia Kduratlon of the PftftMtant Rptamfial church of the (MM department *- I The corfiitiiur<- in t-harga of thlo leceptien are eaperlally fortunate In ?uMrtas the privilege of thla lovely home With ha apaeiouk rooma, an<l Barge beautiful l...

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

amilaty who ?t~ J, CI, Itrtiwnwn, ' Mr*. Hn?l<<in*n, C, P. Keffer, W, Mrdraan, M|ephen*on, Mm Patr red Kin*. VV.'lah, Mr*. H. I Initio, tlorrett, Mr*. Oahorne, Mm Mr*. M?Mo' H lit ton. UlM Halan K?l*t*r I* aape.ied to rMurti home Tueaday from an a*iand> Ml Villi 10 Charlotte, N C? H|i.trtanb*r?, tL 4'., Columbia, n I\, and A?. 1 <H< Mr*. T. II. Huflmmi who waa operated upon for appondlrlTI* la able to lie out * cam. ? ? I Ml*. Tyl*r Meadow* who ha* been Ul* fueat jnf relatlvea In Charlotte*. VlIU, la #ft|?*vl*d home today "I ? l Mia* taah*l OmtdII, of f.yn.ht.ur*, will h? I ha ?u??K of Mra. J, M. Milea Mat week, ? a ? Mr*. <1. M. Cook and Mia* Vlahalla Hhtrley, of (?on* okI, N, C? will ba the *u**t neat week of Mra. ?. 0. Ke later ? ? ? MImm Urova ami Mr, Honn* Oroya, who *ra aummarlnir *1 Itannn Hprin*. hav* aa luaata Mr Henry Orova, of IUI*l*h, N. <?,. ami Mlaa Mildred Hall, of N*wb*m*, N. C, a ? * Ml** H...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 July 1913

EVEN BREAK IN FRIDAY'S GAMES i ? n?r lull' batted the l ?? winning iirHk to pImw? by i i ih? morning a i?d m- ; affair full of the thrill* antl Mi na (hat make tho (*m<i Inter-f-g. For ton Iiimiiik* tbn Tifc*ra ^/lled the vtaltorn with Kltrd pitching nlng ball, whlla Paxaon wan aarv[*v\iP 'ha *ain?< amoolh atufT. It we* irm baM game and It waa any-1 j> (tmo all the way through. Thai ?|t had rhitniHHi. to wUi before nine Mm hail rlapaad. but PaxnnD did' I ' How (ha nrcMaxry hit, and In* ? ri cattle to hla reacue Just when (boat waa about ta Itav* him In t'.anth two frea p*mm, one. IntenkI. noma looeo work In the field a clean hit enabled the Khlpbuild,to acore two ruiu? and cop. their! lim* of the week ' It wan aj Jitlftil battle antl h touch nnc f.irj ip and tha Tlgera. to loae, but tliri jtor* put >i|> tn* arti.i'l? ot bait that I Four hita Jap allowrd^ not utr , them before the eighth inning. Paxaon *?n touvhvd f?>r...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 July 1913

ind Mechanician, Milton Mc0*111*, Fatally Injured ?Ma-; chine Turns Turtle. Columbus. O-. July ???Harry C Cal(ht of Indian*poll*, known u the "H?ro of Indlsaepolis Bpw4*iy." oil, aim oat 'Instantly killed and his ma- j chaaiciea. Milton McCallls. of Houc i ton. Tax^ was so badly injured that he died bar* this afternoon, when Knight's 1 front wheel drive car blew a right tire and turned turtle on the 110th lap'~t>f the IM mile- automobile race contested i under tha auspices of the.- Columbus '? Automobile Aeaociatlon Knight had been out of the race for thirty minutes becauae of mginr troubles and bad Just re-entered - He Mas J ^ld to have been running at TO miles . an hour when the accident occured ; j Johnny Jenkins, of Springfield. Ohio. Was following Knight at a short dis- i ?' tance. and according to some of the witnesses rsn over Knight's body, i .which had fallen to the track. Jenkins declared ha ran over something but I doaan't know whether It was a body or , part o...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 July 1913

CThe man without a Savings or Cheeking account in like the inafo without reserve power. He is "All r in'Vat the time. Clf you have never enjoyed the keen pleasure that * comes with having money in the bank; Try it One i dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. | CITY NATIONAL BANK Rotaoto, V?. CAPITAL ono.ooo.oo ll'RriU AND rJfOIVTDBD PROFIT* ^ Or. Richards Breaks 134 Out of) 160?Eleven Members of Roanoke Organisation Take Part in . Event*?Forty-One Entrant*. S * Eleven m?mk*ri of the . Rotnsk* | (tan Club participated in th* annual Fourth of July shoot y?*t?rdar after- . noon on the ground* of the-Oakwood ' Club at Lynchturr Thar* vara nina ?vent* with forty-on* entrants. Dr. L. O Richard* of t|tla city, was third hich sun in tha amateur cont*at. breaking 184 out of ISO; C A. Borka, ' | af Knoxville. T*nn . alao mad* this | Mm* record. Tha oth*r members of the Roanoke Club preaent were tha following: Messrs Watson. Boyd. Co*. 8choll W 8. Jonas. A. M Shepherd. P L. Price. W. A....

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 July 1913

Stein-Bloch Suits %? OFF The opportunity thai romes but twice a year hut is looked forward to by every prudent buyer. \ 180.00 Bolts, now $13.34 135.00 Suits, now $18.67 $30.00 Suits, now $30.00 $36.00 Suits, now ... $23.34 ?V,-; $40.00 Suits, now v $26.67 About three hundred of these Stein-Bloch 8uits; are fresh and new, but sires in some lots broken. Come now while it is at its boat. W. R. HANCOCK CO. Succaasors to OKO. W. PAYNE 00. Kji? ational Biscuit jpGo.'s Goods We have added a full line at all our cash stores. It has been some time since we handled this line, but we are always on the : lookout for the very best for our customers All 10c Packages 3 for 25c Tea lkM?, White lk*f? Black >km ?r? eleened and shlned by us. We want our frtenda to know that w? have only OB* shop, located at II Campbell ??. mt, weit. We are open every day from t.-M to 10 p. re., except Saturday, whan wo doe* at IS p. m.. and Sunday at ? p. m Tuxcd ) fihde Shine Parlor. Tom IBl Louie Bacss. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

If you do not rocolxo you.' MHr by T p . ?> . phono tho kualMW oSIm. ?ad I oopr will bo KMl you at omo by ? portal moooonffOr. Wo wut you to rocolvo tho W#rll-N?wi ovory day. ? / 'urni i fiat* VOL. 48?No. 5. % ROANOKE, VA-, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 7, 1913. ' PRICE?TWO CENTS. ONE HUNDRED MILES ANGRY MOB TRAVELS TO SEE A LYNCHING NEGRO CAUGHT 18 HELD FIVE HOURS Attacked Six Year Old Girl Who Lies at Point of Death ? Sheriff Desperately Rushes Through* Counties, But Mobs Meet Him Everywhere ? Prisoner Captured on Way to Pensacola?His Doom Delayed for Coming of Mob One Hundred Miles Away. BODY Of NEGRO 18 RIDDLED WITH SHfOT j V PniUmoU, Fit., July 7.? For criminally una lilting a als-year-old daughter of a farmer living near Hon I fay Florida, an unknown negro waa lynched at Milton, twenty ml lea eaat of teera today. Shortly, after tha crime waa committed lata yesterday tha negro waa captured and the sheriff made deeperate attempts to land him In the Penaacola Jail. Afte# land...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

POST to Your Door at "Very Small Cost "BUTTER1CK PATTERNS" SHOP BT MAIL ?he fcy Peseel Pm( at Im* ? inctfr 4 (teORGE^tHB^ W|Ob>lNfi, -BUTTERICK PATTERNS'" ORDERS BT MAIL ire specially invited and given .careful attention. I gm< jps: m?, * ?Ripi; Beginning Monday of Extraordinary Value Giving in These New Ideas in Gowns and Costumes Will Ivlake Selection Here A Keen Delight ? Pretty and original as these mid-summer Productions are, they are by no rn<-ans expensive. They strike a new and ogective note in color combinations. Surprises that will charm and delight the woman eager to achieve distinction in her summer dress,. Not a suggestion of ebismonplaceness is revealed. The models stand for the nearest expression to correct mid-summer vogue that has ever been presented here, or elsewhere. Vacation trips to summer resorts whether fashionable or unpretentious. necessitate numerous dresses. Those with a chic, smart styl* that makes on* feel comfortable. W...

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