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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 July 1913

Look lUp Your Coupons i;? ?Fourth Drawing? ? <. . . t jt ? No. 12299 gets the five-pound box of Kerns Chocolates and Bon Bona. Will have a drawing each day at 10 p. m. until some one gets the candy. We give away free, a 5-pound bo* Kerns' Candy each week. Come in and get your free coupons. A free coupon with eaoh purchase. We are special agents for Kerns' Candy. All size packages, 10c to" 40c. Received fresh each week by express. Kerns' Candy pleases, everybody. Try it. M^PP'C DHADMArV PWBcwrnojr IVlCvLL d rllAKIVlAvI drcooiiti i HOT FOB NOTHING, BUT TOE YOUB MONEY'S . WOBTH ?" DO WX DIMM TOXJB PATRONAGE. Let Uft Prove It to You. BADPOBD STEAM LAUNDRY, Outing Parties Picnickers Campers Ut u? eupply you with your wants In the tutting Un?. H*r? to t I tot from which jrou can ?elect the very boat: peanut btttkr, DRIED REIT, POTTED HAM, CORNED BRET. BOILED HAM. I47NCH TOJCOITK, VaaCTA MCgA(iE, TIAL I/OAF, SARDINES, CANNED SALMON, * , OLIVES, PICKLES. OWnCU)lPB?, WATERMELONS, ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 July 1913

?RRTTKMnKR The French artist Chabaa. some month* t(n painted a picture which t? named "September Mora." He might honorably, affectionately, have called tt "My Daughter Bathing." ao lovely and pur* and exquisite IV the slight girlish. nude figure standing revealed, with th* Ma waters playing about her ?lender ankles. The story In the mind ?f M. Paul Chabaa. and which >:e unfalurlnily and with deft, aure strokes portrayed wal that of a damsel. stepplog*unseen. alone, and with antlcipit?d delight. Into the sea one early 8eptember morning. The watera are cold<r than aba thought: a tiny breese la " * ? hair. and. deliriously chillto poise. Indeterminate, to riak the cold of tha water or run back to tit 11a figure, half shlvertbe shook of tha expreaed by a line Shelley's "fcMrtfr* Plant" for there aha stand*. "like a nymph to the bath addreaar d." The face and body and baarlng are those of a well-built bat dainty fourteen year old girl; the " ' " In Its piquancy and ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 July 1913

Very Easy Payments "ilO NOTES TO SIGN." latwdiato oar eeey papnrai system before buying Roanoke Music Co. C. T. jCNRinoi. Mat, 117 W. Campbell Ave. ? ? M?#f of Mlaa CtmI. Mr*. L. riyd# Stewart is the hoateaa of a lovely Informal party thla after, noon, at. her home on Thirteenth avenue, a. w.. In honor of her etster-tn-law, Jlr? Char lee L> Creal, of Jamestown. N. I. The guests are Invited betweeh the hours of four and tli o'clock to -meat Mr a. Creal The lower apartment* are beautified with Klllarn?r roses. placed about attraetlvely in tall vas.-s ,> Mfa Stewart la charmingly aaalated III entertaining her gueatii by her mother-in-law. Mra. Marahall A. Quinn and Mlaa Fletcher Barbour e ? ? Mld-Oeaiaeer Umaaa. The mid-summer i?rm*n of the LaFay ette Uerman Club was given at Rockladge Inn. last evening Thla waa ~ia of the moat brlliumt and enjoyable Inert a that haa been given - on the mountain. The large bait room' was daeorated with evergreens and pennants whic...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 July 1913

In the on J?er Ml yeaterday for rttgrmd jree- ? nd Hanerehu rtafted for mt. ttKUy for Anna porta, ?latrr. Mrs. Jtfftrwn of Lornchburg. NIbIh(*? returned Toronto. In June MM J. C. Burke ntanwit gpnUrdtr | afternoon from INw Toek ? a ? Mr. Ml Mra J M Rnu; of EHtlaekl, vera in the city ^Nlrrdty, netaniai from Baata City ? ? ? KM. DtvM Oraham left yraterday for w Maa^owa. for a vtatt to her father, Mr. W/-I. R?p?r, wbo lr*?ry 111. a a ? Mm Jdhn HUl CoWIm. of Ponce. (Porto Mot, ta Uia cue at of Mra. W. P. tmu?. ?. w. Mra. O. W. CkUtpa a ad children rotartitd yirt>Ha> from Bedford. a ? ? ? V. A. Pry and children i I the ao turner at Copnera' a a a Mayor O. B. Moomaw,4n at Plovd Court Houm tor a woek. a e ? Mrs. John Trocrt, Mm. Robert Vat Cher, Mr. p. A. Pleae. Mr. C. A. W^'odrum and Mlaa Been I? Runt laft and Mra Stephen vl*ltlB( Mr and thle city. laft yesterday for Iadlana to rlalt Eaipl*>?i. of tba Oeorge Macwill be given a beginning at five Park, by Mr...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 July 1913

MRST OFSPESWON BY ROAIkFS TIGERS Qabm Abounded in Brilliant Playi1 tad Flat mtttaf by no?1 Tstm?Ooobsrs' lUu(?r ud Centerfieldsr Scrap ud Art i Fat Oat of Own*. Staging better ball itiBM Iku the wl nlM tiff yeeterdny afteraoon m UMM Impoaeible. It *u a (im> full fight, brilliant playa and Rood fitting. the Tiger* getting Iota of their hlta In the aiath which made It h big inning for thorn, Scoring alt runa %nl winning the ball cam*. It "waa a "hot afternpon and th?, Weather dldfi't eeerri to do either Jap or Richmond any good u both werol bit -freely. Tito Tigera atarted with two 1 runa on clean hitting In tho aecend < had held thla land until tha fifth when Speacer hit n fly.to left which ahould ^iv* been tniion hy Uardln or Sum* | fitora but It dropped safely, and with | throe and two on Slmmona ho drove One for tho circuit put tho Bull, which vaulted In- (wo run*. I In tha alxth tho Goobere forced to ha front acortng t*ft mora runs on ftom| clean hitting but...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 July 1913

SULFURIC ACID OUTPUT LARGER Tk* production at aulphurlc Mid la INI wga considerably greater tbaa 1m ml. the valu*. of tk* product being nUM.Il(. compared with Hr.UMTI la Ml, according to W C Phalen of the United Itita O??lo(tal 8ur*?y Sulphuric acid has wide and varlad usee In Uia arta and ladustrlea. Tha moat important uaes ara In tha maaufaature of fertiliser. iu tha reflala# of Isum products, la tha iron, eteel. aad coka industries. la tha manafacta ra of altrooelluloao. altroglycertn* celluloid. ate., aad la general metallurgical aad ehamlcal praotJoa. Aa advanca chaptar oa ' Sulphuric Acid, by Mr. Palen. from "Mineral Hesourc*? for 111*." ooatalaa basldas Slb^j tut lea of production aa account of tha utilisation of sulphur-boarlng gaasa. produced ?t tha copper aad Mne anal* tat* la tha ObIM States. RproRD- BREAKING PRODUCTION of mum Tb*?production of pyrlta to tha Ualtad Statsp la 1*11 ?a? SM.MS Ions tons, valued at |141iUl This la aa increase ta Quantity of ll.ltl ton* ud la v...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 July 1913

The. people who owe you gratitude fill you when you need them most ? saving* account i* over ready to do you a real ??d genuine service, is an ever abiding friend. Pf'?V'fcvV-; ?rV ? / ?V* Y5 '* ' -v *?' i'4f**V3D--\ . A wise person will cultivate cuoh a friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK MARKETS K?w tof?, Jul* II?After earlr buy. H,Sp\fA}rA W"J52*35;1 isstjAs.'-* '"?? T? , m UuM ?w jiSfJ SSL?::: fr EgF^ g? Ueatlo CUa'r m 9s raVfT. ha." lt? MM S* ft- * X...HJ i Ow I Product* gfc Hj t'W *si\ tu M 1M ttXSk 'Sft . MiOm Iia lairr-Met I4U ittSSyft; ,S* RfS?.~. 1 tea 2?n*. _ SJkga::::: ?* f&A VUnFUIIi.,. Caloa P?t. ph. g I ImMt f 0 Kut>b?r t it eieei ????::: \i-Cuirk<ii... Wsfteafe ..; WtlMib, |.(J.... *?M Maryland. Caiua . * A lV mttuZaZ 17--?Maney on r?|| L^Vo^ rr?lrn- tSu61^ SUB??' p'rtm* uVhim P*P*?\ J percent MirlinR CESerP J9ET b "?"*?? ?? gg1!1..'1"* W. Br silver it Mex- ? JCSr*-" ^ *?? Tork. *f?r?wiv? ? M?r? favors k. July "TT?Th#r? ?t aellln* of cotton d...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 July 1913

. I!-.- ' ?;V . m. ? : *J !? ? i| '? go to Market? L 1 ?'' r<' SafcW ifT MB.,... We buy everything fresh fn?ni the host ffcnns in the way of fresh country produce. Is large quantities for our CHAIN OF CASH ST0RE8. Our prie??s are >is low as market prices. Sometimes lower. Call anv t store and see. Phonea?1616, 1617, 1618,1619, 233. Wt Hate It Read These Prices They Tell The Savings 20 % Off $87.50 Suite, ... $30.00 $40.00 Suite, ....$82.00 $42.50 Suite, ... .$34.00 $45.00 Suite, $36.00 $50.00 Suite, . . .$40.00 $60.00 Suite, ... .$48.00 Made to measure in our Tailoring Department. July is our cleaning up month in suit patterns?about sixty left ?wont you see them todayt W.R.Hancock Co. Ii it* W. Nim to Tn >|m? WkH* ?>???. n**k lkw? tr? cltMtd a ad shlned by ua We want ?wr friends to know that we hsre only m shop, local. <1 at I* Campbell **?. ?m, vast. Wa ara opaa erery day from ?It to It p. m., ? xcapt Satarday. when wa cloee at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

?v. ROANOKE, VA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 19,1913, JOINT DISCUSSION BY TWO OF CANDIDATES POLLARD AGREES TO MEET GUMMING Correspondence by Telegraph Yesterday Culminates to Definite Acceptance Wired from Bedford Oity This MorningSpeaking to Farmers There This Afternoon. i* % ' LYNCHBURG CHOSEN AS SCENE 07 BATTLE Bedford. Va. July It.?Aft*r receipt of the letter from 8. Gordon Cummin*, of Hajmpton. eudldat* for mttornev general, published la The Itoanoke Tlmea this morning. John Garland Pollard, candidate for the ?am* ofTtce. foday wired Mr. Cummins accepting hta proportion for a Joint debate. Aa the -. challenged party. Mr. Pollard, name* I.ynrhburg u the placa, and the evenlna of neat Tuesday. July ?. aa the time. He name* H.'H. Harrla, of liynchbur^ to repr*tent him In making the arrangementa 1 for tha meeting and debate, and iui- , g**ta th*t~ M r. Cummlng aelect and name tome friend of hla to confer and agra* with Mr. Harrla on the detail*. ' Mr. Pollard la her* today to aAdr*** ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

CARS COUJOED. Mir and lb* fr*l|h t rtr k* (*m? Railway and i CMrwr 0*1114*4 thi? ni..riiLfcp ?WII?h *ti Main street Tha car was slightly injured and " pcinnpn being fright - r damage wss don* *t" M??w# greeted Itn?L Co). Booker and their . quartette In the town halt last Tk* program aa carried out ?'?? Itypmai *f ante-bellum da vs. and won .much applause To tha M?ung people of the preeent a vlvld pi. ture of day a i In Xttsls before tke war waa presented, whllt (hp "1<1 time Southerner traveled . l>*ch with them In memory to battles and <?ramp fir* scenes of long -ig" Tha ' entertainment *ai given under the awgplcM or the Civic Heltf*m*nt Club j and a neat aunt waa r*?"*ed. PKBSONAUJ. ? Mra Ivan V. Yonce and daughter,] iMlgp Katharine and Mlaa Margaret More head returned bom# lasi nig hi ? from Wyihavllle. whore they -pent the * pagt three weeks vleitT?nr~ i el*MVvk 1 1 "liigi*Helen Ronald* left yesterday for Vmaabeth City. N. C.. whvr* "he wilt) Cmt...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

No. 12299 gets the five-pound box of Kerns Chocolates and Bon Bona. Will have a drawing each day at 10 p. m. until some one gets the oandy. \ We give away free, a 5-pound box Kerns' Candy each week. Come in and -get your free coupons. A free coupon with each purchase. We are special agents for Kerns' Oandy. All size packages, 10c to 40c. Received fresh each week by express. Kerns' I Candy pleases everybody. Try it. McGEE'S PHARMACY I NOT FOE NOTHTNO, BUT FOR YOUR MONET'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prors It to Ton. RADTORD STEAM LAUNDRY, Outing Parties Picnickers Campsrs J>t am, aupply you with your wants la Ui* ?Min? tin* M?rer k ? IM from whi?b yo? na ?loot UM T*r boat: OOVUfKD ^ boixjbd HAIL ltkoh TdSmm, ?uovka BAraAoi r?n and compl*t? lino of otk? mm! makers. VafataMas OOU ok HAM, croCTronw, TOMATO BK, HQVAHO. OKTOW, OABBAGB, PAW. " Ifcats pork, TKAU umL minDRiivmi^ BOUOOKA SArHAGH, UVML oouirnrr hams, EAOLB BHATO^^fS. phokk m tout* WAMT8. PrloeAChlck m ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

The Worid vdtfis. News ? um .as n ;mi, b j mU i<i* raOKHi il Kiwi IM m 143 BACKS BRYAN. Thar* le something distinctty imuitnf In the annotineerr. ent from Spanker CUrk. that lis, ifttf. will deliver a MVm of Chautauqua lectures. The v ytHttM]' friends and alllna of Mr.. Cterk n?oo?aarl!v are the bltt<?r toemlii and antagonist* ??f Mr. Bryan.' Whan the latter stated his Intention! to keep to hla contract and go upon the lecture platform, hie traducers and crltlca Immediately became ex- j ceedlngly busy with their hot denunotationa of the Secretary of State. Mr.) Bryan frankly aaid that he needed j the money obtained from lecturing to aucmaat hla 913.000 cabinet salary, j Could such a thing beT Disgraceful! j Humiliating! Totally unnecessary! I ftidloulous Theae were aome of thu j words and phraaaa used to characterIs* Mr. Bryan'a Idea and method of employing hla deserved vacation time. Am Mr. Wllaon already had put the stamp and hall-mark of approval upon hla se...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

Very Easy Payments M*0 XOTK.M TO 8l(iX.<Hir fair |M?rmrnt ,r*,fni buying rl?-?vhrrr>. Roanoke Music Co. C. T. JKMNINOB, Her., 117 W. Campbell Ave. i Hww,? fun.u../,'. .?,Juomt d*???htful mcIiI l*i , lh* ??aeon *a? m ? *r?j ErllL* on morning by th? ? h.ir JlrtoNln-Uw, Mm. k. r. Hu?iuwt? x.i." '.J11; 4,nu ,lH"r Ljik?! i'i# i?, Howmond, ,.f SSS? ?"&.X,Ki,T?u:r """"" ^0""' ,,n Randolph 2? .EL**- laatefully decorated ?ith VJ! nnd pottrd planta. ii?? ?r.iuanvof ivl Jl ^ ?ologn?- l>otil? won awarded to Mia* Virginia New. '?*? *ho the hlgheat evore. ?n<l iwTh ? IT ZU.**1* Vr '*rh Panted Hiief d-,my ??"?>rol?l?red h Vii ihtM - uicnhn Axsr-rnvxi*!?rill1":; K.n * JHIo.ou, lwo-coura? arI?'Tl? tr-"nt *??*. Meadainea I Ill T . ~ ' h,,tT"?. K. T Howard, I ^Punrt*. J,>? fcrhman. John Kckman Walter I'rtct ' John draper. Hldne) Ht?.|ter. K V itna!0i,V ?<-wnond. Kdwln I r,r? x,7l" P??fL *?"!*" *nd <?lfr...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

prfR- ?;?? ? ' Hw deft > ?v ? ?? -II.? .1-1-.,? ?*<*> ? ..." " iki WMji'-'Vi-&-3? ANNOUNCEMENT by ^ L BACHRACH SHOE CO., Inc. Big Exhibition and Demonstration of the Wonderful Comfort Giving Schoii's Foot Specialties Monday and Tuesday, July 21st and 22nd, at Jefferson Street Store . ? At a very considerable expense to us, Mr. C. A, Brown, a prominent foot-specialist of New York, will be at our store, in charge of the demonstration and, assisted by our sales-force, he will demonstrate Dr. Schoii's Foot Specialties. If your feet trouble yon?if they ache or tire easily?consult him freely. There will be absolutely no charge, and neither will you be asked or f expected to purchase shoes, or anything else unless you care to. We Are Doing This to Save Our Customers I and anyone else -who wishes to consult us about some of the Foot-Misery so prevalent everyi where, and to show what our Orthopedic Department is going to do for von. A Complete Ort...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

TIGERS WIN AGAIN IN HARD-FOUGHT BATTLE Gkmo Was Fall of Thrills Mid ?imiMhi and Tfcaafh Thoy fM|ht Bard, tho Ooobort Wots no Match For tho Snappy / Roaaoks Vino. Itru(tl>?( hard and furiously, the 3 sober* f*ll before the puasling slants ?l thg Tiger ?outhps w, Oardin. who itgg wog'lt imin AM I oat hut sia. THe Ooobere put Up a rattling (nod WW, >>ut the Tigers went them Just ft felt b*tter and grabbed the wcond -lash by an eyelash With Oardin pitching (rand hall deaplte tha fre3<gnt holes that i'mpire Norcum put, *Mn In. the Titers want along la par-' feat sty la. not making a single mlslafcg In the Meld, and their hlta were most timelv the visitors' atar port j Mlt hurler, too. pitched a fine game! of ball, and It *?i a rather touch game] for Hedge to loos*. but the Tigers J luat had to have It. had mmle up their mlads to get It and It'* lurked away, laid to rfai wh*re It belongs on the right aide of tha old percentage | eolbmn. OOORKRS ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

Bread To Perfection Bakes it light: and crisp ? in a slow, steady oven ? and V a cool, comfortable kitchen. New Vtr/cction ?? in i ? Lkrtmza? Oil Cook-stove Odo rlmmm - Bakes, broils, roasts and toasts. The New Perfection Oil Cook-stove is cleaner than a coal or wood range. Cheaper than gas. Cooks everything as well as either. Burns kerosene, the cleanest, handies* fuel. No Coal or ashes to carry. No soot. No smoke. No dust. The new* 4-burner Perfection Stove cooks a whole meal at once with the least expense, trouble and discomfort. Indicator shows just how much oil is in font. Smaller stoves with 1, 2 or 5 6urners. Ask your dealer to show vou a New Perfection with patent broiler and other accessories, or write for descriptive circular to STANDARD OIL COMPANY Washington, D. G. (New Jersey) f Charlotte, N. C Richmond, Va. BALTIMORE Charleston, W. V?. Norfolk, Va. Charleston, S. C Tfce following dasds of bargain and kale were admitted to record In the MMl of the clerk of the courts du...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

The people who owe you gratitude fair 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 Rouokv. v ?. CATITAL nN,gat.N ?I'VLCl AMD lADiviorn profits fo.noe.ou [MARKETS OKM'k Uirkrt. New York July 13?Quotations of Important stocks At th* opening of the 1 itock eschangr today barely <'hani(r>i j rom tha close of vest*rda\ Th?> only ! wide movements ?er* rnnonK a lew'| Of th? Iran active Blocks New Haven aval" fluctuated widely, i bpeiUn* two pointa higher The pan oleum stacke continued their I decline. I'rortt taking sales were , pretaed on the market and prlcts gr*Jjallv yielded. The offering* ?f steel were 'he ?>? ?*- , eat and the qiMtattoiT dropped a point. I American T0i>at.?'0 lost rour aj talf pointa ;|o?1uk yuuUllimn?Nr?? \ opk Stock Rirkilff. I aaceae Gas. Amir Copper ' ? -i ??A?tl 4^ ...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 July 1913

go to Market? We buy everything fresh 'from the best farms in the way of fresh country produce. Tn large quantities for our 0I1AIN OF CASH STORKS. Our.prices aro as low as market prices. Sometimes lower. Tall any store and see. Phones?1616, lfilT, _':n. If nm*! Aaytfclaa R?w, Cb4m the Im. Wa m In Our Tailoring Department We are giving 20 per cent, off of REGULAR PRICE TO clean up for the fall showing?some of these are medium weights and will do to wear the season round. Not a bad one in thl lot. About 50 SUITS LEFT. Many are taking advantage of this sale?it comes but twice a year. Thin will bp?a?busv week for the tailorsWon 't vou look! W.R.Hancock Co. it Qm. W. Ntm c*. / Tu Sfcaea, Wklte ???*?. Mark trt cleaned and ah lord by us. We want our friends to know that wa hava onions ahap. looated at St Campbell ave. ?a*, west. Wa ara opan every day from ? to 1# p. m.. except Saturday, whan tra eloaa at IS P m.. and Sunday at ? p. m. Tux ado Shoe 8htna Parlor. Tom ?ad Louie Baca a. propri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 July 1913

the weather. If fM Ao not rtwlf* you.- hht toy 1 9. m., pkoi* Um kuatiMP offlo*. and ? Mfjr wlU b* MBt too ml amo? fey ap??U1 RtpMiUM. W? vnt you to r?e*hr? lit W?rM-N?w? *v?rr U]r. 21, 1913. 52hkk!l2r.5s price?two (tenth. vou 48?no. 17. ?mnraa wom n, rmM tm RVHNINO XIWR. r*?4H UM rOANOKE, YA-, monday MHE1D GAIIGDI 01 ?HI STORM CITY ISOLATED FROM THE WORLD Telegraph and Telephone Wires All Down, Electric Power Cut Off?Darkness in Mid Afternoon---Dam-age Along N. 4 W. by Wind and Heavy Rain. TRAIN SERVICE not INTERFERED WITH Rluefltld Telegraph; Kor the flrat lime In the recollection of thla pAprr. the city' of Bluefltld waa cut off entirely from wire communication with the outald. world Saturday nl?ht. There har. been atormn and floods, but In every inmm* rhanca lnTrotTW^hlcatl?n with the new* elnili K nl?ht the only phu>* that Rrarawell r*^hr<i by ????'Phone wa. Information that can ha MmTIJi a" ,h* <1obw by irrlvW.V ?'??"'<1 from poraona...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 July 1913

ii&kv-*-ssssssssssss^^ ?SSSSS?&2?MB)Qfit.te. "BVTTERICK PATTERNS" SHOP BY KAIL Om4a are f raas *??- sk? fc? Put?l Po?l II In* <???' tkaa 1mm a (tw<?r "BVTTERICK PATTERNS" Complete C!?wrrce Sale in The Garment Section ~ - a. . .. i : 1 i.i i ,1 1 ai*. Scores of articles which would have cost you many dollars more ia short time ago arc now brought within the reach of all. Being determined to' sell every summer garment during tlm coming week we will go about our woek of cutting prices not willinglv but with tin* viewjjf "riddance*' in mind. We dislike to use the word "Sensational" hut no other Ho aptly describes the Wonderful Price Reductions. . I , Head the following interesting items: Aolian Silk Dresses ?Hordercd?Colors, Hlaclv Taupe and Copen- Regularly $45.00?Clearance Sale ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??????*'? "vY +' ': ' ciiiic Suits? Moire Silk Poplin. wonderfullv stylish and desirable; colors, lan, c,M Ta?IvBJack and \Vhitc~*57.50 Suit,;...

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