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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

Have You Seen The Prana Syphons Bottles? Pur* Soda W*t*r at*1 a large variety of other* drink* can he PREPARED BIMl'LY, e< onomii-ally, quickly and with perfect safety The Prana Carbonic Syphons enable you to make the purest, -cheape*t and best carbonated watera freah in your OWN HOME Why not make your Heltzer, Hodawater, lemonade and other effervescing nnd refreshing b?vtr?Kf? home In the name atmple mannerT Poaalbly you don't use auch beverage* because you consider thorn a luxury, or live Itr an out-of-th?*-way place where the delivery on syphon* cost* more thnn you con*lder them worth. Or, again, you may have read diitfiuletlriic report* of danger lurking in Imperfectly cleaned syphon*?and "have doubt*." On the other hand you may be debarred from the tiae of mineral ? water*, either plain or for diluting other beverage*, becauae of the mineral aalt* which they contain. Oenulne Sodawater, for inatance, l? water, ga*. .and .bicarbonate of yoda,?a aalt prescribed for *pec...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

?t BMMfai, T?. | ADTiNOKl M.M 1 *.*? !.??? JKl fc> MU XM rmni QI'AUFICATION ?T>R MAKKIA<;K. : Attar Otidbw let, 1?l a". clergymen' l?f the EpiscopnI church in Richmond Vol perform ih* marriage wrviV* in^ churcfie* only *"hen MB t# t* married ahull |>rp?fn' Satisfactory medical proof* of hi* freeBom from phjralcnl Infirnutte*. In %hi- connection the clergymen call) kjpon tmy father .and mother to in-' terpret aright and to support their rule 1 fcaT ecleMv do they aummon "all that great number of men to whom, hePasas of their pure live*, the require- J frnent we have outlined might ?e?m tessdless inconveniepce. to bring the power of thalr unselfish co-operation ' to the tide of thle endeovor to make Wiore commanding the ideal purltv for! This action by Episcopal ciergv *m la response to the aplrlt of a resolution adopted bjr the dIOcese of Vir- j ?tola it to la at meeting in <"har-1 ItttMrlllf. If auch s?-tlon ahould' ?prove pract...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

I 1 fi Let the Children Have the Benefit of a Piano?If you feel you r?nuot afford a piano at thin time perhaps you would like to rent nn? frem month to month and at any time you would like to purchase the instrument wo wilt ullow what you have paid for rental to ai>r?y en the purchase price. Could anything be fairer? - Roanoke Mfasie Co. ??NO NOT KM To SICiN." C. T. JK>Sin?*. Mir., 117 W. Campbell Ave. fj> Tl ? ' '? ? 'Social News Itvm* w( aortal ar pareoaal laterfl< can He pSeiteil ?? IM, er ???! | It lfce Kttlnr rare of tkf ?k ? W?rl4-^i(?l. l/s?n Part*. The lawn party alven Ny the Southern ?'"ros* I'iiapter. I' O. last night 0 the court h?u?? lawn In Salem. wi< ? brilliant nncceas. The l*ri' beautiful lawn wm brightly Illuminated with miny lovely lanterns anil (??to?#?il with ?l?etrlfi llghta. Tables were placed about attractively. and decorated with'flower*. A bevy of pretty alrln served refreshment* ronilnllnt of teen end h...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

IB]?!. SESSION Twwrty-Hxth Istarnsfcloiiml OonvwtioB la Loi Angeles?City in ! Criniiion and White, Colors of : Km ftfuiiatioii. CU. July *?l.om An--.0?fcta of crimson ud Mitt, yiict, festoona. itmmrri and teontr* decoriti* In profualan public and private fcuHdtnga. builnnn blockc and reddluaSd-'Crlm?on and whit* sre Ihr colore of the Ohrlettan End??or 'Onion, and tha oltlaena or T.o? Angelea take thla Method of expressing thrir Welcome to tha tweitfy-slxth Intel-na-tional Christian Kndeavor convention. ? IMUaarr to tha blir wnfome 'demonstration In Fleata Park tonight, 'tha >|Hil BMtlng of the United Sodoty of ^Ch rlatUn Hmleavor wan held today. Mbsequfntly the trustee* heltf , tbetr agiaal-meeting for the considers- | tton ofruports of officers end commit toM and tkt transaction of othar rouUna bu?li??M Tha regular prngam of the eon- . nadoa Will >e taken .up tomorrow mornlngk wham 1?.000 en-.nuata?i:c itatv will fill the tent la Klrifk ana listen to addrt-ae*...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

MRS ARE GAME , BUI CAN'T SCORE - 5 ~ " / ' ? Portsmouth. V?., July fHpaclal) ?-In tha Rreateat pitcher* duel of the yraaent MMn, which ?Merally kept tha fan* on tha ragged atfite for nine Inning# the Plrata* defeated the TIrera thla aftwnoAn by the acore of I to 0. Not until the laat man hud been called nut In the ninth wera the faaa! ? M* to ttk* * deep breath lad It w*?j ? Mr relief. The opposing moundtnen war^Kflrdj and Hrrh#rt. Hoth had aomathtnR on the hall* Ihav wera aarvtng up, and tha quality of tha atrnggle oan !>?? * ppracialed by the fact that juat a *lngl? hit la the difference In the record pinned up It wan In favor of IUr. ban. Only hara and there wan tha gam* punctuated by Mi'rtcm on tha bag- ind with ona exception Ihey ware1 left thara. The one exception wna In] tha flrat which *nre Portsmouth thai vlctorv aa follow*: j W'lth ore out Cook walked.- There] waa kicking on tha decision. Cttok ?tola aacond. and on a poor heave i)p*h, kept, on to third. Mundy. l...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

MATES Com-em In* InShown In Five Vmi IS04 to t*M. Wsahtngton D C.. July 6?Statuidetall of thvshipbuilding industry,. Including boat building. In th? Mates for the year 190S arc prej^nted in * bulletin toon to be Issued bv the bureau of the cenau*. d??ytruumt of commerce. It nreptred under the supervleion of W M. Cteuart. chief stattatlctan for manu|P'*""irx i . la 1#?9'there w-fa 1,IU establishments engaged In the Khtpi'uildlr? Industry ?n the United Stntee a* a whole, which gave employment- to 40.:>n-< .UjMjfca-'fEmn.' tp whom I16.jfl7.481> Urns mM U? wa*e*. The value of products Was I7J.34JLSH. ?hile the ?oat of material* / wr> S31,214 358. 42 5 par cent of the value of *he value added by manuIT fltTl 45,957. (?-iMnther of establishment* . n>|i|[ j In Iron and steel shipbuilding was comparatively small, these Mtabltstments ?n 1909 gave emplojrnent to <>.? par cent of total nambar of waffe earner# In the i...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

? The people who owe you gratitude foil you when | you need theiiLmoet. * < _ ' t " 1 ' " ? ? ? " ^ A savings account. If- aver ready to do you & real and genuine service, is an ever abiding friend. A wise person will cultivate such a friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK - Roanoke, ??. f, -? , CAPITAL . MM ?300,000.00 itmrici a*d rworjro^o rnorrn MARKETS niMk N?rkf(. - ? Wall Street. Julv ??I'anndlan Pactfle ?ii the only itocli to mow o??r a fraction In tha flrat deallnge. Leading laauen rarnced ?11K h t K under yeaterday a cloae: There *u* active urtttnt | qf Union P*.clflc. Cluloi QbuUUou?Kew York Stock Rifkaas*. l-a?cade'inn. .. aaa*r::r 55: A a B?et Sugar ~ ?J[4 Am Can "S Am Can7pM... A<n cat and TAy A m Cot tea Oil Aro Ice Oeeufa A tn Hawaii Am Ixx'onaotlT* -?? A n melt i K*( Am A ft H;jpM... Am ^iiaar R?( . Am Tel A Ttl... Am Tobacco? .. - Anaconda M Oo Atrkbsn ... . Atrblmn mi. W Atlantic 0 I iue lM Pal'>' Jk Ohio W 1 ?thl?nem 8teei J Un okl...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

National Biscuit Co.'s Goods B&.We have added a full line at all -.?' ?' ? \-tfy- f .. 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 i - 3 for 25c jptein-Bloch S Suits The distinguishing I feature of this Sale is | that the suits are Stein Blochmade. It means a good deal to got Clothes like, these at one-third I less than their actual value I ONE-THIRD OFF $20.00 Suits, now $13.34 $25.00 Suits, now $16.67 $30.00 Suits, now $20.00 $35.00 Suits, now $23.34 W.R.HancockCo. tNNmn t? Qm. W. Payno Co. Tan Ikan, WMM Ikan, Black lk*?t mre olmtd and ihlmd by ua. We want our friend* to know that we have only one shop, lo<-*t?d at SO Campbell are. i nue. ?Mt. We Me open every day from 110 to 10 p. m exoept Saturday, when wa doe* at 12 p. m . and Sunday at ? ; p. m. Tusedo Shoo Shin* Parlor. Tom ! and Louis Baca a, proprietors. Cat flower*. Out-of-town orders a sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

rmuum m mm if m do d*i NMtv* p*p?r br T t?-, pkon* Um budnw offlo*. i*4 * copy will b? MBt you (t mm by m*' olal w? vtil you to to- ?*!*? tba World-n?w? mrorr dir. VOL. 48?No. 8, RVGNINO nonu), K*?4r4 1HM, BVBNIN0 KBWI. r?im4?4 1MM. ROANOKE, VA., PRAM LEADS A FIREMAN TO THE POINT OF DEATH J. D. Talley Injured in Responding to an Alarm Box 52, Franklin Road and Roanoke Street, Pulled By Someone Who Thinks It Fun to See Fire Apparatus Kun?As An Extra Driver M Station No. 3, Talley was "on Driver's Box ? Part of Harness! Becomes Loose and Reins Jerk Him to the Street Between the Horses. LITTLE HOPE FOR HIS RECOVERY Due to the criminal prank of! some person who evidently likes to watch fire apparatus* mn. J. D. Talley. about twenty-six years old. an extra driver at fire station No. 3, Rorer avenue atyl Sixth ?treet. s. w.. lies at the point of Heath in the Roanoke hospital tniiay, with hi* aca'p laid open, his left ear torn away and the right side of his chest badly crumbed. Physician* ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

of a dainty lea Doty, rmw, A. J. McMalcolai Pitk. Hall of Roanofc*. A. M Pierce. Beali. CorIfl?M Ntlll* and and Dorothy ?tola. Annie Mae Oarrett, Bti Mton. Theatre toda> DlMWT*ri and other good Itom. afternoon haa been postponed till nfxt Tuesday aftsrnm.n at o'clock la "Hie Chapter Ths Ladle* .if the Methndiat church t*m . cream sup- " par oa Mr. J. . -non*' lawn. , July 10.?The meetDauchters of the Canf?<ifor tomorrow < Friday) (frM?j ) rrenlnpc be*lnoIrz o'clock. Ice cream at?d cake and randies will he solfl. I.Bcolah and Ji-mI* rtnk* le.iv.tonight for Niagara Fall* 'and r 'Int.* af lltWHt In Janada-'' . Mr. and Mr* C. W. White and ifie daughter af Bnvannah. Oa. Mr* Ir> D. OhMKnin. of Roc^jr Mount, and Mr' 8. C- .Whltf of <Vi?*ln*?ille. %v thguaats of Mr, s--\ Mn 3. H Kim .it Ultr tlnr- ?:* >?<! street ? A ant oa.' ? daece * .la tba rtak I. ... >u*hi bv.it . ? cf tha yoaacer eoclri pet. K ? ? ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

Have You Seen The Prana V - I Syphons Bottles? -?? ? * ' \ v Pur* Soda W?Ur and a largo variety of others drinks can^be PREPARED SIMPLY, economically, quickly u4 with perfect safety! The Prana Carbonic Syphons __ ?ublt you to make ths purest, cheapest and boot carbonated waters freah In your OWN HOMB Why not make your Heltser. Bodawatar. Uinonade aad other efterveactng and refreshing beverage* at homo la the same simple manner? Possibly you don't uae such beveracaa because you consider them a luxury, or live In an out-of-the-way place where the delivery on syphons coats more than you consider tham worth. Or. agaraT you may have read disquiet inn reports of danger lurking la Imperfectly cleaned ayphona?and "have doubts." On the othar hand you may be debarrad from the use of mineral waters, either plain or for diluting othar beverages, becauae of the mineral salts which they contain. Oenuin* Bodawater. for Instance, Is water,-gas. and bicarbonate of soda,?a salt prescribed for specifi...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

THK OA"18 OF McWCHAKW. J. H. McMichaels was appointed an kMvktor conductor In the offloa build - IBS ?* tha bouse of representatives. Prier to that ha was chief pago of ths h*u?*. la neither of theae poeltlone was McMichaels prominent or Influential. Aa elsivator conductor his "** wages wera not large and aa chief page his Income was not burdensome. To air~appearaaoea he waa a young man of mod eat means, small position, bad restricted outlook. The routlae bf duties brought him In contact With hundreds of senators, congreaamen. lobbyists. visitors, and ro?eminent employees, not to mention cablMt officers, diplomats, and foreign agents, any oaa of whom was vastly more Important than he. All that MeMlchael* had to do waa to aee that alavatora In the house reached the tap and bottom floors la safety: that their pracloua-freight waJ landed la tha right apot with the right aide up la tha dally performance of his simple task be appeared far removed from political complications. Mulhall *as...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

/wm i 1 '4- tt : t# / ' Lot Km Children Have Km Benefit of * Piano? If you (nI you cannot afford t piano at this Urn* pt.iap* you would Ilk* to rant ??a from month to month and at aay tlma you would Uka to purehaae the instrument wa will allow what you havs paid for rental to apply on tba purchase prioo. Could aay thine bo fairer 7 RmmIm Matie C?. "WO Nam to noN." O. T. JCNMINOg. Msr, 117 W. Campbell Ave. ial News ????? of iMlal oe Hrmm-Hln. MIm Cora Eller and Mr. Robert Broam. of California, were married yeetorday afternoon at four o'clock at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wlmmer at "Oreenridge" neighborhood, the Rev. D. C. Naff wae the of?iclatlng minister. The bride's drees waa a lovely cream charmeuia. Mr. and Mra. Bream left for a visit to relatives In Pennsylvania and will so from there to California, where they will live. The bride la a. well known and popular nurse of this city. ? ? ?? Bowyer-Lwcaa. 'Mies Lois Lucas, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lucas, of Kaaflnf Rock,...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

moth**, Mr* J. C. Forehee and nlee*?, I III 11 tUMtimn -Mid Lrftura Btrtlift, of I ElUabttli City. N C. JijiRW'-i; Mr. Tlw I<iw cobUbum quite Ul m 1|? fcewWCNtfe hospital. Mr. Fred Low, who waa oporated upon for appendteltta It tho Lewia-Oale hospital ;fi^Ppr?VtBC iapl Mr. and Mm. DaL?Mi Thomas an<2 family tatva Atur4ay for a tea day's VMt to Thouaand lalanda. \s3Z?'? -v ' . ? ? ? Mm W. C- Downs, of Baltimore, M<L? and t?eo children, are the gtieota of Mrs. A. H. tifcmmell on Elffhth a?e> ' Maun. J. A. Shockey, kd Snyder and C. Baker have returned from a TlaH to Virginia Beach. Mia Ruth Chrtotman. of 8p*ranburg. 8. C., Il the |u?*t of Mln Elma and Eat el Is Up?coinb, lift South JeffmoB atreet. ?K^m jSP,*. * lira. J. T. Overatreet left today for Morfolk and Virginia Beach. Mia* Llbby Adamaon left yeaterday for Strasburg to visit Mrs. C. B. Quyar ? ? ? ;? _ Mr. and Mra. 3. A. Boyd left today In their automobile for a vlalt to WlnMiss Rosa Ro...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

2 Oh?} PIRATES WON IN I CLOSE CONTEST / . . i, . . ? . ; ? NorfOll, V4.. Juljr ft. ?gpftetal?for twelve lnnin|? today iN* TlgAra and Flrite* loufKt deeperilelv tor victory The hom? tMm winning out by the irore bi t td i. thanke to 4 luciy MreuH rider ifinr two were oitt. in th* fintl IpAtm. ? Tolfton arid Brown Indulged In fttot twirlera battle. tn which th* (oriMr yielded th# lMit number of tlnfle*. bn? th* lAttftf wei iticceaaftil In keeping hit well scattered. but for ?odf iilpffort th* f*lr?i*l wodtd hire fcon earlier The Tigers broke the Ire in the fifth f?n a Ion* elngle. a ateal end a I'onple of haffive, which netted one whole tun. The Plratee came back with a tally in the mxth and heartened the fana ny taking the lead In the aeventh. Roanoke evened thinfte up la th?> tvaft wwnuxr niore inning* the team* blared airtight bill, It bllng almost dne. i*o.i thrl* ord*r. iiil *|MPSfed"*.K2 VH lit ball i'juafely uy the nnae. It jareoi nigh to left field and probably would...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

E RELIGIOUS WORLD . v , jj " f ? '/ . ' . i - f< 1} Reboot Imaoa flnr My it k Ho? PrtfNtrrd ?pr Bto Work" Kz. 1: 11-24. Acta Ti 1T-XP; H?b. Ill M-lt. r Is Mi rare poem "If. KfpUng ha* I# pr^fmnf ]: nr*. "I# you can t*ik' with crowd* and ? keep your virtue. And walk with kinga?-nor lose the fosimoa touch." Mli a tost of education. The of graduate* who have ant forth from huhar school* of Uernin* in the part few few more searching que*iona t>an this, -Have the ties blndlag ua to the common people been strengthened V The man who educated aw?> from hi* I rHI|tfSd any sort of saobberv. ?a* DMB burl rather thaa helped by l| his education Training is not fori training's sake, but for leadership. i I oace accompanied a workar for begro welfare to a negro church for ? mSn city The concreration was remarkable, for while not larte n wae made up of educated necroe*. men andI watnnen who had been trained for rl<y leadership. But thev ware not leading T...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

The people who owe you gratitude fail you when you need tbqm most. _ ? ?' 'T;' . ? ' *' .'li A savings account is ever reedy to do you a real and genuine service, is an ever abiding friend. A wise person will cultivate such a friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK ItOUMk*V?. \ . V , . A - CAPITAL .... ADO ?URPLVI AND VJIDIVIOIO PROFIT* ... MARKETS ?l?*k Market. Wall Street. July 10.?Stocks lt? bettar demand at <>urnlri?. pri?ea higher. Business principally. In few speculative leaders. Strongeet Block waa Union Paolflo. which roaa two points on flrat transaction* not much of i swimmer. but lone ago CMn Quotations?M m? Tork Kock iiCJ ?"?4 lo: ins A*rl Copper .. -?S Am A?rl. ? , AH Boat fusar Am cu Am Can. p(d.... MS AmOsretidFdy ?' An Cotton oil 0H? Are Ice Secut t 11}? Am I inissd Am Locomotive Am rm?lt A Kef. Am M R pfd ... Am SussrRcf... Am TsIA Tel .. Am Tobacoo,... .*? Anaconda M-Co. ?! 4 AMhtaon ... J?S AMhtaon r>n. w1* Atlantic C Ijii?. lit Balio A Ohio ......

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 10 July 1913

't ? f - ? - . ?1 I y ' \ .. v " - ?' % : * ?* ' - ' *? ?? ? t, -f -Wi. "? . -. .^v 4 ^ ^' **'**" ? ' " Just received a fresh lot of South Carolina watermelons. These are the finest melons that ever ? Income to our market Price 30 Cents ,i . ? Ti, . ?SL jiBCJU'lS 'J f > I trader the im. w. nave it. ? Stein-Bloch Suits v The distinguishing feature of this Sale is t&*t the suits are Stein Bloch made. It means a good deal to get Clothe? like these at one-third less than their actual value OITE THIRD OFF $20.00 Suits, now $13.34 $25.00 Suits, now $16.87 $30.00 Suits, now $20.00 $35.00 Suits, now $23.34 W.R.Hancock Co. tBMMMn l? Bn. W. hp Co. TM IkaM, WkHt >k?M. Black Sk?M are clttnxl and shined by us. We want our friend a to know that wa have only mm shop, located at II Campbell art. ?M, wcat. We trt open every day from 1:11 to II | a., except Saturday, when we clow at 12 p. m , ami Sunday at ? p. wl WMo Shoe Shine Parlor. Toln and Unla Bacaa, proprieto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 July 1913

yrops-wi.if BOANOKE, VA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 11,1913. CHIROPRACTOR CASE HEARD IN CORPORATION COURTTODAY TRIAL OF UNUSUAL INTEREST BEGINS Dr. J. G. Creasy Charged With Practicing Medicine Without a Certificate From the State Board of Medical Examiners?Case of Dr.' M. B. Ferguson, Also a Chiropractor, Is Not Called?Strong Army of Lawyers. JURY OF SEVEN MEN TO PASS JUDGMENT A of unusual Interest wu placed on trial In corporation court this morning wkin the caae of Dr. J. 3. Creasy. chiropractor, charged with practicing medicine without a certificate from the State hoard of medical examiners was called. I>" M B. Ferguson. another Roanoke chiropractor who atande charged with the same offense. was In court, hut only the case against Dr Creasy was taken up and It Is understood trial of his caas hinges oa the outoome In the Creasy trial A large number of witnesses were an haiwt, with a good sprinkling of spectators interested In the technical details of the trial When recess w...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 July 1913

U Hatchcr hu * I -am the MtrtUrT of the Com--ltiH kt Rlcbmool. auttiorlsin* to mU u election ?"r the h* will proceed at once t0MU? "bottle "Webber and Mto? J*"1" sss ytrtKS*" "iw'V ' route to rmeestle and] ? visit relatives. eMuisa is an advertisement attraction at the HUMt Play - -itwTfor today and 8a. turd ay ^^U?ld avail himself of the _.ty~t0 (M this fr?4t feature. Moo-t forgat. Prlday and Saturday, j MlMle Oberuihaln returned today from as e*tend-<i visit with rela'mtm 1b Montgomery oounty. wjm Mary Templeton. of Waynes- ( boro, wfeo p NorJisiin Mr. J^* n MoffitT re t*at place '"h??X R Kelater left yeatjSg for Norfolk, where they will ?> T^?"? Carter, who aufTered a kt ktttck of appendicitis W#4n6i- ?? "g^Md yestsVday. Is able to be "at Ma flte^p business toda>. -visit I 2& . dav n * Jjp? ? >~i:sz2X ' >ra atar soprano. Admission. l?c and : ???. 3 ,t0 DEBATE OH J TARIFF MONDAY *U! te O* to Mast. Today. ?"&amp...

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