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

Have You Seen The Prana Syphons Bottles? Pur* Bote WtUr and a ltr|t variety of ?tk?f drlnkf Ma ba PREPAJtKI) IIXPLT, economically, quickly ul with p?rf?at aafaty. : The Prana Carbonic Syphons aaabla to* to mak* tha puraat, chaapaat aad boat carbonatad watara (Mk la your OWN HOMfi Why mot Mki your Seltaer. Bodawatar, Lamoaaia Ui othar aftarvaaetnc ond rffnahlac bavara?M ot homo to the aomo simple nuurT PoMtbly poo don't uaa aueh bavaroiw bactuit you eonddtr tbom a luxury, or lira In am out-of-the-way placa whara tba dolivary oo ayphoni coats mora tban you oonsldar tharo worth. Or. afala. you may hava road disquieting raporta of dancer lurking in Imperfectly elaaaod ayphoaa ? and "hava doubts." Oa tha othar band you may ba dabarrad from tba uaa of mlnaral watara. althar plain or <or diluting othar beveragaa, bocauaa of tba mlnaral salts which tbay contain. Qanutna Sodawatar, for Instance, la watar. gas, aad bicarbonate of soda,?a aalt prescribed for speclflo atlmanta. Coma ...

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

j? LABOR AN1> OiPTTAIi. An investigation of the rotation bes twoen capital and labor and of the various coatest* between them Is to bo undertaken by the ?enate committee which baa bean probin* lobby practices. A men* the flret witnesses to be questioned in this connection; are Samuel Oompere. president, and John Mitchell, vice-preeldent. of the| Amertoaa Federation of Labor, and. Ooorge Pop* and J. P. Bird, of the | National A?octet ion of Manufacturer*. Through Oompere and Mitchell j the committee will penetrate cloea to the heart of labor's "raleoa d'etre." I For years Oompere and Mitchell have | been doeely in touch with the Fed-: eratlon and are familiar with all that j labor hopes to accomplish and with; the plans_lt. has mapped out. Through Pope and Bird the claims of the other side?the principle* of the employer and the aims and Ideas he chertshee? will be made known. After this testimony has been obtained other witnsssta will be summoned1 and each of | them will c...

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

Let (tli Children Havt the Benefit of a 1????If you fMl you eannot afford a piano at this tiro* perhaps you would like to root on* from month to month and at any time you would Ilka to purehaM the Instrument we will allow what you have paid for raatal to apply on the purchasa pries. . Could anything bo fairer T Roanoke Marie fit. "hq SOTW TO MUX." a t. iMMiaaa, n?t. 117 Wv Campbell Are. Social News t H??? of aerial er lateeM kf |ikMf4 ?? IM, m Mt to tkt lwl?t> MI(m vara of ik? the n?rU-X?m. In Honor of Mr*. Moody. Mr*.' Edward O. Handera entertainad s few friend* at Rook (hi* morn?n* In honor of her *l*ter, Mm. C. J. Moody, - of Khelbyvllle. Tenn. The apartment* In which the kumIi were <wt?rtatt?4 ware decorated in yellow awd white In whleh quantltea of daislee were used artistically. Mrs. San??era was assisted In e ntertalnin* by Mrs. W. R. Cross, of Kalem. A four course luncheon was served the guests at nooti. The ladles Invited to meet- Mrs Moody were: Mr*. ...

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

tf five) ? t? tatereet of wWck w*rgt+*a iMt ? home of Mrs A. P. Staple*. at Kaleigh Court, under the *uaplce* of tfce local J*a?ue. whm one ^'?5*2? **?rou?hey delightf.-: and fuuruetiw of the weekly meetings h*M this Minnwr. The rooms . in **?? ???*? were seated were atinactively decorated with pink rosea PUMt nw#**fc The visitor* 011 their arrival **!* wgOcomc.i by Mrs. *? *J?aa Watte, preal<3 ent of the local aad the hoatow Mrs. Stapioe, ?te", -wllwl to the den where punch J" twed by Mrs. r. E. Foster and Mtoa Mary Barr. Oth?r aaaiatinr hostmmm were Mrs. D. w: Persiniter. Mrs c_^sw?on. Mias Marie Leahy ?jid 1? Ktal* Law?oo Mrs. Watts opened the meeting ar*. bouncing the speaker* of the even In*, mnd was followed try l?rof. Alaon Hutwho Introduced the honored nrueet ?nd speaker of the evening. Mrs. John H. Lewis, of Lynchburg, president- of! ?* th,u <*>'? Mr. Hut- ) r?? W*" ,n*ro?lucln* a speaker I J? "r"t magnitude, and he knew tne suffrage movemen...

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

COSTLY ERRORS W " LOST THE GAME< Richmond. Vs.. July 1?.-?>iiUI With victory ilmott la their |rup tlUs afternoon RMMki wobbled la tk< Ntntti and Richmond puahed flw run* arroit oa two hlta, H4H by four mlaerable errors and won out. *?? i. > j AJwi kept Ma hlta wolf ecattered and when Qtnn bunted and boat It aut la the third, Ajrui cava tha Tlgare thalr only tun by throwing the ball way. In the eeventh Carter etarted with a bunt. I'errymap fielded It. but dropped the ball whda toarhlai tha ruaaar. Bberta alnolad to ??at?r.| Mac* than bualad. Preeely fielded th? bunt aad thraw to Irmacher ta force Carter, but Irmx-har dropped the ball, (tiling tha baaee. Ayara dmppH on* agar Ferryman and after fielding it i ha thraw wild to Hllay trying to catch Carter and everybody wia eafe. Ilreanghan hit to Irmacher who hit Kberta 1% tha back and lat him acore. Laval hit to Parryman wha forced Mace at tha plata. With tha ba*?* yet full Plea oaiaahed one a...

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

LADIES wai Odorooo keep* your arm-pits just as fresh end DRY and nature) es the rest of your body under ell more faded or do more odor. ? bottle today from your Toilet Dealer or Ute ODORONO CO? Cincinnati, Ohio. SOOD ROADS PAY pOR THEMSELVES WashlBgtoa. D. C.. July Th# dlNct effect ih?t chaaglag bad roads Kite good roads has upon land value and the ge&eral economic welfare of a commun.tr is shown in mini concrete illustration* gathered by the V. 8. Department of Agriculture. Tne Department has Just issued a statement. on tb? subject, based upon a mass of information gathered by ihe Office of PMVlu- Boads. which la mak- - lag a speetal- study of the economic Mtttt Of road improvement |a Om toountry. According to data, gathered, where good roads replace ba3~ones. the values of farm lands. bordering en the road* Increase to auch an ax-teat-thai the coat of road improvement la equalised. If not exceeded. The feaeral land raluea. as wall aa farm "WtiM, show marked advances, f...

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

The people who owe you gratitude fall you when you need them most, A savings account is ever ready to do you a real and genuine service, is an ever abiding friend. A wise person will cultivate such a friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK Itoaaaka, Vi. CAPITU >11 IIIII.? Mvivi awd rnpinpn> moriTi v. ?.<oi.hi P*r c#St.1,Miv]?*n+init closing bid and ottered st >*? ? ^ JUi'W S>vs; sasss* er.ur.aa ,??? S&SraEsvv. merclal bill* 4tt%. Bar allver IK. SJalcan dallar% 4T* Oov.rnment bond, firm: railroad bonds steady. Now York. Jsly ??vTN? *!??*.. ffJl ssr-~- ~.v sarssJawt the ti torn* lot? iriu ihowir* Fewer'temperaturea In the aouthweat. appUrid to meaT ?snalderable realising. whUa In tha lata trading on raporta of acatter rice of narJ& sssr.g&yygB.c. -r. fftSUiTS. WSftiffi ?21niSto?iB;"' Tha" o"nV fieature'of Intaraat of tha day waa tha raoelpt of tha drat bale of tha new crop at Msuaton. It waa forwarded from C...

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

Iust received a fresh lot , of South Carolina water- ... ? melons. These are the finest melons that ever come to our market Price 30 Cents If Tkiia'a AiilM? H*w, X3m4mr tk* m, We Riti it. < i ? . Stein-Bloch Suits The distinguishing feature of this Sale is that the suits are Stein Bloch made. It means a good deal to get Clothes like these at oue-third less than their actual vahie ONE THIRD OFF $20.00 Suits, now $13.34 $36.00 Suits, now $16.67 $30.00 Suits, now $20.00 $35.00 Suits, now $23.34 W.R.HaircockCo. trnimn to 8m. W. c*. Wl( U*M. Hlark Hk?M kr* clnntd and shlnad by us. We want our frlende to kntw that wt have only ?#? shop, located at St Campbell ave- ~ J?. wast We ara open wtry day from II to It p. an., except Saturday, when a cloae at Up. m., and Sunday at ft 9. a. Tuxedo Shoe Shine Parlor. Torn and Louis Bacaa. proprietors. I I ( Cat ricwrra. Out-of-town ordera a specialty FALLONl Klortst, Jefferson atrcet. Roanoke, For Lanrtieon or l*i?rrh Car<l Part...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

PROBABLY IHOWBta TOD AT AMD i ' SUNDAr. ROANOKEt VA., 8ATITIDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 12, 1913 UNION LEADERS MEETING TODAY TO RATIFY STRIRE VOTE LARGELY IN FAVOR OP WALKOUT Hundred Thousand Trainmen and Conductors . on Forty Five Eastern ? Railroads, Ninety-Four Per Cent Favor Drastic Steps. BELIEVED TROUBLE WILL BE AVERTED New York, July 12.?With a nieetin gof union labor leader* in New York City today to. ratify a ?'nkf vote recently taken, which resulted ill per cent of 100,000 trainman and conductor* 011 fortyfive cantern railroads, demanding -*?> per cent increase in wages on ? Iirc8t of strike, the transportation situation in the Northeastern *|?tea in fast approaching a crisis. ? Hie meeting of leaden, today also arranff" for submitting an ultimatum to the roads Mondav. Xotw ithstanding the men have voted unanimously in favor of a Hfrikr and the mads are maintaining an unyielding attitude, it ia -? freely said hv men who have kept ?n clone Touen with the aituation that t...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

\v $ KOLMRR?PALMER A ?BlM WU ?oWmnliM ?( ? o'ctesk Thursday ?vtalof at the * V>rs? 6t the brlda on Virginia tvcnu*. 'e srhen Mia* Anal* Palmer became the * bride of Dr. Owrn A. L. Kolm?r. jv Tha ceremony *ai performed by the brides' fattor, the Rev. URoy Qreei ban. and *ta witnessed by only a few at the moat intimate friend* of the bride and bridegroom. fa tile parlor. ?lNr? the nuptial* were J solemnised. was a beautiful Improvised attar, evergreen# being effectively used together with numerous candle* |Q candelabra The bride was attended by her aleter. Mrs FI*her. a* matron of honor, and Mr. Hagold Kolmer. of Balti^nore. acted a* his brother's besti I. *?"' At the conclusion of the ceremony. NfMikmwti were served and a re- / ?ept I on given. during which Dr. and Mrs Kolmer were showered with congratulatlons They were the reolpl-I . ants of a number of pretiv and useful! ' Hftt. f>r and Mrs Kolmer *?r* *pend!r>- . / ?sv*rnl da> ?g_h?re. a...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

* V Have You Seen The Prana ? Syphons Bottles? Par* Boda Water and a larva variety of othara drinks can ba PRKPAHK1) 81MFUY, economically, quickly and with perfect aaiaty. The Prana Carbonic Syphons enable you to make the purest, <heapeat and baat carbonated waters fraah In your OWN HOME. Why not make your Saltsar, Hodawater, Uvmonade-ind other effsrveeclag and refreshing b?y?rwM at home In tha aame alraple manner? Poaalbly you don*t uaa auch beverages because you coneider them a luxury, or live In an out-of-the-way place where the delivery on ay- ? phons costs more than you consider them worth. Or, again, you may have read disquieting reports of dancer lurking In Imperfectly cleaned syphons?and "have doubts." ? On tha other hand you may be debarred from the uae of mineral waters, either plain or for diluting other beverage*, because of the mineral aalta which they contain. Genuine Bodawater, for Inatance, la water, gaa, and bicarbonate of no da,?a salt prescribed for ape...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

?wit... - ? . m+m ytw. hr maU .... nee raoncsi .114 .M T4.1 | Pfrlupi amou the epic* an J fin-; ?Mis of the country will |V down (<> poatorlty the story of the Tournament the Subpoenas the martial Joust tl?e coat ending ieputjr marshu'.s of ? United State* senate and bouse of <l*epreaentatlves. The stirring but not ~aa*?inary event was pulled off vM. ?y? the point of contention K^ing poaaiMlon of Mulhall an a com-! ? Itteo wit new to tell about the lobby Bd Itgjnslduous. devious. divers, dev- ! hnd Various plotting against con -! ^loanl morality and public virtue The controversy was undignlrte?r and Varged on the ridiculous. The tnaide Wieanlnr *f It Is not yet known to the <k?HW?l public. That kind of thin? weeds two or three days to niter out ? bnd does not come on the wires. It may be Just the silly jealousy of' on* house against the other, each de?Irtng to be the source of fearful and [ Wtartllng revelations. It may be one! thing or an...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

> ' Let the Children Have the Benefit of a Piano?If you foal you cannot afford a piano at thU time perhaps you would like to rant ?na from month to month and at any time you would like to purchase tho Instrument we will allow what you hava paid for rental to apply on the purchaaa prlca. Could anything ba fairer? Roangkt Mnic Co. "NO KOTE8 TO SIGN." OL T. JKMNINOa. Mar, 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News eaelal mr peraaaai li ?at Ma .ha ykaa?4 ta M4. *r ? *1j* ?nj?T MHt. W, at AT r>IOOS COTTAOK. The recent arrivals at niggir Cottage. Ocaaa V|?w are Mra Anna L* Mtrhar<l. Mra. Francea K Goodrich, . Norfolk, Va. Mra. R. V. rut borne. Purest. Va.. Mr. and Mr*. Rayer. Mlaa Pearl Rayer. Irvlngton. Md. Mr and Mra E. Oenebel. Baltimore, Md. K *nd -M Baltimore. Md Dan V Jonea. ): a. Bichardeon. h C. Mpamhta. Mra. Ben Hill ard. Ml?a Pauline k 1'hloaa. H. Muaeley. 8 R Adkina. O T Km*. Richmond. Va. Mr and Mra J. H. Bond. Baltimore. Md U. 8 Cruaar. Norfolk. Va. Mla...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

bean taking I kt the C< luraTork. 1* mow | T. W. trrnui, a. w. I Isevs for Japan In ? ? hu returned to ' a. w. from a | by her Prank and I ?. ? ? and little daughleave Monday for | they will apend Mies Ora Inc? andC Mian Rial* Richardson. of Lynchburg. are visiting In j the cityMl? Elisabeth MfcQuald In visiting Mm W. R. Murphv on Harrison street. Lynchburg. ? ? ? 1ft*. WUsnsr Qoodykoontx. wife and two children, of Chicago, and Mr*. William OoSdykeonta. of "Meadow Brook Farm.** war* th* gussts y*?t*rday of | Mr. and Mrs. Oaksy Blihop Qoodykooata. Mr. Wllmor Qoodykooata and /Mtfly are os their way to Ran tVmnclaoO. CM. Where Mr. Qoodykoonta has hssn transferred by th* | Edison Company of Chicago ? * * Miss Rosa Johnson snd Miss Annie May Johnson lsar* today for Virginia ?ssah. ? Mrs. CL H Griffith and daughter. ot Roc Us. W. Va.. who have been visittug In Rooky Mount, left this morning Cor home I Miss Mary Duncan was hostess to % number of her friends Thursday afternoon. i...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

IN NINTH I Richmond. V*.. July 11.?(BpfcUl) ?A Garrison ninih ??v? Ruepoke todfy'a fame over the Colts, the Tlferp! winning t in 1. by IxltlBl out lbrt? rum la the final Innln*. Errors by Htfinthto and Kale) guv* Rotnok* a run in the second Richmond tied the ecore in ih* fifthi cn Newtope hit. barter's sacrifice and fbtrw Infield out. Newton scoring from Mcood on the plfy. In the ninth Irmacbar lead off with triple u)4 Mattla walked. Summer* ||M ecorln* Irmecher. Mattla tak-1 ?a* Mcond Mc<"r?ken bit to Strain.! Who threw to Ihlrd to force Mauls, but Bre?naban dropped (be throw the haa fllilns the haaaa. Noel fnnned, but BUey doubled to center. Mattla and Summer* acortn*. Tba acore: Richmond. AS R H O A B .401113 than. 3b l*r?J. rf 4 0 J | 0 P1? it. . . : 4 0 0 1 0 Milr, lb. 4 o o 4 0 Npwton. se. 4 1 t 1 0 Carter, lb 4 o o 2 4 Bberjp. cf < ? 0 | 1 c. ...j o i ? a ?Mali' p i ? o o ? * Tola la: .. .-.?0 1 7 17 1| 6 ROANOKE. AH K H O A E Olna. cf 4 0 o 2 T^raaaty. ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

REVOLUTION IN ?p MEXICO SPREADS ^?kYvx .(? fConttnpad from page "nti *>ii? axparienc* r?UM hv n*j*;ri?w> on n tr*ln prOc > edtng northward (wn Torrff.r *p$??ra to p^ace a certain , contingent of the northern rebel* lU. ? claaa t^th th* toI)?w?f? of Zapata of tag-gjuth oil the i'or? at barMM'trantmabt of their vlct m? Tie tUlttt' WttfMpM near Berrrtr'iUo t>< MINI brwf A b*nd "f ifitoxifitiSglg or.>?nd!t* ???ror^d 4<?w? paaaen Jef? robbed Vem of jt.V including ciothirtc not In^'fcJn the woman Tiiiimt, of whom ,h?r? were a half doJ?n AmerlM|u and Engllah An Atnar! an mm detected trying to hide ? revolver, w?? MMI OUt and shot H? fell b.adl' wounde-d An Engliahman of whom wti demanded a diamond ring he ww*. and which he had difficult*- in imwwaa aaalated by mean* of a Qu. Tht finger waa chopped i?d that tha.ring could be ??cured The pMiMgMi *ventuallv war* allowed to gn ami walked wllea tnto Torreor: Another a?...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

The people who owe you gratitude fall you when you need them most. *? ' ? . A savings account is ever ready to do you a real and genuine service, is an ever abiding friend. A wise person will cultivate such a friend. >r CITY NATIONAL BANK Rouokt, Vi. CAPITAL IVWLVI AND CMDIVTOBD PROFIT# W.MI.M MARKETS ll*ck Market. Wall Street. July 1*.?Tl?ere was no lip?wuM of reviving Intereat In the ?took market when trading began thl? morning. following the dullest day In MvinlHB yearec 'With few exception*. FPtce chances were smell. Moat of the lat advanced fractionally. Qwudww Mew York Stock Amtl Copper ... Am4ietSuor tsafflo; Aa ar a ad W? Ail Cotton Oil .. A .a Ice Secur's Aa. :neeed Am Locomotive Am "cell .t K-' An '4 R pM . Am i?u?ar RW. Am Tel A Tel Am TcvNiroo.. <eel ' *? m 10? iS^ Anaconda M Co ? AtcMeon ... MM Atchlmo NB. *H KUcCUne 114% A Ohio ..., Mh IMea 8 las I ? oklynB T . . Vac.... Leather 4k O icuoow.... uS tTk at. p .?. toi ^ W. 127 c?t. r * i ? ?" ran o?i...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 12 July 1913

Just received a fresh tot of South Carolina watermelons. These are the ?fiSgFr ?? finest melons that ever come to oar market ?Price 30 Cents i Sgl-;.' I ry... v. V There's A?7?W?? !??*. Balw the taa, ?? H??. l< What Will First Attract You la the effectiveneaa of the pattern*. Every suit an exclusive design, refined and refreshingly different from any you have aeen. We want you to look well to the. QUALITY and FIT they are See the WINDOWS and STEIK BLOCH Made and $ THIRD OTT at this season. fi drop in as yon pas# and THY ON. 01 R BIG MIRRORS will show you how t!>.cy look. , W. Pt.Haicack So. fccKtren ft G?a. \V. Payne (to. Til 2b?ea, wail* ?*?????. mark tliwa |re cf?sr??M| and MUtned by us. W? want ? frlfndK. to know that *? have only j ?r?e shop. located at JO Campbelt ave- 1 ?o?. weat R * at e oi>e n every day from to to p m . except Saturday, when w- eluf* at IS n m . and Kutiday at * ! t- M- Tux do Shoe Shin?? I'arlor. Tom ?ud Louis .laca*, propri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 July 1913

MONDAY IOOH, JULY 14, 1013. PRESIDENT CONFERS ON STRIKE SITUATION WALKOUT HINGES ON MEETING TODAY Cabinet Minister*, Party Leaders, Railroad Presidents and Civic Workers Try to Prevent Crisis? Change of Erdm&n Law Seems Only Hope. BOTH INTERESTS STANDING FIRM . ? -? New York. July 14.?Rail road and labor official* are looking toward Washington today, hopeful of a favorable oulcomr of the conference a 1th President Wilson, through which officers, of the National Civic Federation. -rail road representative* and officers of the Brotherhood of Ball Road Trainmen, and Rail Road Conductors are seeking a solution of the crisis In* Volving a demand for higher wages by a hundred thousand men on forty-five rail roads. The roads having refused to arbitrate under the Erdman act In Its preeent form and employee* having refused to modify their demands? apparently the only compromise poeelble Ilea in an alteration of the present law. by increasing the number of arbitrators from three t...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 July 1913

POST Your Door at Cost. Less * ' flUPL ?* And here and there they are from a quarter to a half less?and, remember, when sold others are not ordered, for we are now buying for the season to come. Be first and be sure. THEDELTNEAT0R. For This Week a Salo of T,iiw>ng DRESSES Are On The Move Here?ancf rightfully so for thi?> fineness of style which they possess, and the price which they bear, entitle them to the hearty approval of all. Consequently we hare sold several hundred. We ihave nearly two hundred left. But ai,the prices at which we shall mark the remainder we are confidant that they - be entirely sold out within ten clays. j Crepe, Voile and Lingerie Dresses?of the better? kind?Reduced One-Third. Special for MoqdayV Selling 50 "Dresses at $2.98. All reduced from much higher prices. Lawns and Voiles in all that popular colors. Sixes 14 to 46. AUGUST I9l> Good Reading for the Vacation The Southerner. Dixon bv ."*? ?? ? tw >> ...

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