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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 July 1913

?rutted for Carter In tenth. ??Ran for Matthawa in tenth. ROANOKE. . , ... AB R II O A R !?*. rf ? J 4 1 o 0 maaiy. IK- ?- t in o t mac her, 3b s J i i j o tla. If. 5 i s 3 0 0 ?mars. aa. . 4 a I 1 | % ?!??>. 2b t e 1 s B a fcken. rf. ."?... I 0 t i o 0 ? o o ii a i yman. p K ? o a ? o | j^Tatala: 41 I 14 II 1C T |t*o out **hM> winning run aoorad^ I The acora Sjr Innings: Vwport Nawit ,.ioi aoi ooo tat?? pnnoha <00 too ooo io??s [Summary: Two-baa* hiu. Tarlatan, ?mar her. Three-baaa hit. Qulnn. |crifl<*t fir. Powalt. Sacrifice hit*, ?nan <4. Oondalfl (I). stolen baaMa ttla <t), lrnnrhn. Rummara, *by>, Double playa, Qulnn to Oonto Tarlaton; Ooalby to Preaaly. <>n balla. off Paxaon. I J>ft on l?ra. Newport Nawa. I: Roanoke. I. It by pitched balla Oondolfl Preaaly, reher. Hlta off of Cartar. it. tn lnnln*a. Struck ont by Cartar, Paxaon. 1; Parry man. ?. Panted , Powell. Plrat o...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 July 1913

FOR SAL All Inside City Limits; Some Already Sewered gfeiv.'.. _ ? ? - ^ ? A A $25 cash and.balanoe $5 per < m 41 II | month; no interest. 20 per cent rivv ylw W off for cash. These are the only 50-foot lots in Roanoke that can be bought at such prices and on such terms. Look these over right away and get your choice; If you want to build a house, buy one of these lots. If you want to save money, buy a lqt. You won't miss $5 a month. This monthly payment does not increase. In a little while your lot will be paid for. This is better than a savings bank. Own a piece of real estate. It makes you a more valuable citizen to the community. Location of These Lots ?; ? ' ' - lie in North West u follows: On Loudon (3d) avenue, n w.. on the north side of the street from ?th to Twenty-First street, on the south side of Loudon avenue from Nineteenth to Twenty-First an south side of Gilmer (4th) avenue, n. w., from Fifteenth to Eighteenth street; on the south side of ? (2nd) avenue, n...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 July 1913

The people who owe you gratitude fail you wbgjl need them moat. - A savings account is erer reedy to do you a real and genuine service, la an ever abiding friend. A wiae person will cultivate such a friend. city national bank CUfTAt 'CfarifVi amp vramoH morm rt? of good eho ?nine ?u K?i roe p<Mnta up eo IM? of y?tUr4i lew TorkJuly 1 point* ?n fSit I# 11.41 ll.?; .41 11.11 ll.l fl IMS M ?TM conviction of drought In broKen *U eo trMtrt today throughout aln, foretiw new It to 14 point* tadylng effect today on whtit. The' mm wii motlonlees at a. rant* l-i to le off to l-4e ?p aa compered with I prevloua night. Corn ffnTahed un- ???**$ to 1-le hither Oata with a I* of 1.1 to }?? and provlalona S'o y naw* no. t hard w !i i-i-rvo. MriMfi.M blul 1-1; No. 3 northIf ml Bterlln- exSar'a biira at >1.11 1 41 (.It for demand ?t 47. government oart bonde ateady ARKETS ?4?k M?rlwt Tork. July II.?Tha market today irregular, Canadian Pa* waa off a point with fraction data Union ...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 July 1913

The BEST Is None >Fbo \\ Good For Our Customers We handle the best in)all lines of eatables at the lowest cash prices. At Our Chain of 7 Cash Stores |fiw ' * !**?.. - ... Best Fresh Countrv Produce, best Canned and Bottied Goods, best Fresh V ope tables daily, best Sugars, Teas and Coffees, best Cured Hams and Meat, best Quick Service, best Prices in the city. From 10 to 40 per cent, saved on all your table supplies. Inquire at nearest store. Mm If Straw Hats Straw Hats Down They Go TAKE TOUR CHOICE of any STRAW HAT In the HOUSE at $1.00 (Dunl&ps excepted). REGULAR prices $2, $3, $3.50 and $4. Sizes good. Straws clean, -fresh and styles up to NOW. Hough braids and splits. ?? W.R.Hancock Co. On ? fan tkAM. WfcHf |k#M_ Hlatk ^|tf are cleaned and ahlaei) by ua We want our friends to know tut w? have onlr M* Aop. located at M Campbell a*e. sue. wnL We an open every day from ? :M to 10 p. m.. except Sat it day, when wa oloee at 11 p. a and Sunday at ? P. aa. Tuxedo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

I *1 , AFTERNOON, JULY 36,1913. falks of Causing Arriving in Washington From Mexico Diplomat Speaks for PublicationAsserts That He Will Make Haste Because of Bryan$2,000 a < Day Earned in LecturesSeems Fretted at Attitude of Administration. NO CONFERENCE YET WITH PRESIDENT Washington, July 26.?Ambassador Henry Las* Wilson on srriva) for eonferjuice on the Mexican situation 4ritfi President Wilson and Secretary Bryan today, announced that he had prepared a memorandum suggesting s poli2 the American government ould pursue. While declining to divulge ita nature until he submitted his views to the president, the ambassador characterised as impracticable the proposal for mediation by an American commission. Wilson said he expected to return to Mekico City on the steamI er sailing next Thursday from New York. Concerning conferences with officiate here he said he | understood he merely was to transmit information on the situation and resented the suggestion that he would be call...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

mil WACO OBKNMHIN r. July M??lr W. fc. Bo*- __ Rn i!> left today for a tea or |w$ WMh' atay ?t Hotel City. Bowie* left this mornlac for !?!?>??* W Va.. to vtstt r?- /. latlve, nnci friend*. 4 Preaching morning and evening Baa?*y ta the Rapt let Church by tlie pastor, the Rev. C. T. Bemioo. D. *>. Morning topic "Gods' rtli to Moms." During the hrated MM Dr. Herndoir limits hie evenla* wrmon. to fifteen minute*, ?erMm* beginning at 8 o'clock. Mr. W. B X>iU*rd I* able to b? in hi* place of buatnea* today after a brief, but eevere attack, of eirknea*. A little daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Dixon la 111 wfth typhoid fever at Vheit home on Broad street. Mr. Paul Whlteacarver entertained a few friend* informally on i*at evening la honor of hi* Hat birthday. Retratfuaent* were ?erred aad a plea*?u spent. A* a birthday Rift lie wa* presented with a handsome sold watch by hi* father. Mr. F. W. Whlteecarver. which came faWSk treat surprise ta v. WhiteMPfv...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

Special This Week * ___ ? With each glass of aoda served at our Fountain, we will give Free 2 Coupons good on the 5-lb. Box Kerns Candy given away Saturday, 10 P. M. There is Full Satisfaction IN OUR SODA In ths point of service and quality, we Mall endeavor to offer jro* absolute satisfaction In oar soda fountain drinks. Every modern method that will add to your comfort, accommoda/ion and convenience la to bo found at our fountain. Plonty of floor space, comfortable chair* and large glasses of delicious creamy soda. ICxpert mixing methods are em. ploysd In order to lnsura a most delightful blending of flavor*. We ytvo you so6a drinks thst are lit to drink, safe to drink tpd fully satlafv* In#. ? ?pettola Served eaeh far. Always Hswtbisi sen at esr rrastels. bvrrl Soda Mixer. McGEE'S PHARMACY K57ES?! HOT FOB NOTHING, BUT TOE YOUR MONEY'S WOBTH DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. mwBowi in. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. Summer Cereals prUtr for th? Koniwr moraine Breakfast....

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

ADVANCE ? FRONT YARD*, and soil and sea and air aa succeeded In moulding a world. She built mountains skies and valleys, and them Into attractive"" pJowork. begun In the benot yet complete. In every Of the Universe ii.? I* busily and with ample opportunity clothe each object with imgrandeur or with charm and In the Alps she has heaped upon heights sublime and them with sunlight and| i. In the Blue Ridge she each slope with forests grass. In the Mlaalsalppl she has planted vast areas of fertility make* the and the Cape Jessa1ts fragrarfbe. Nature chance. Olven the propexpresses herself In exor In boundless magfacts ware Impressed upon during an automobile ride The purpose of to look at Roanoke's front yards#?to gain an 'dee of haw much or how little they ha re been developed. Later, the write:" hope* te take other rides, to learn If possible something of what la being done for back yards and for tha general Improvement of premises From time to time he will make a record of what he ee...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

I 1 i Very Easy Payments MXO .NUTKA TO HON." InfMlftfat our Nijr payment ayatero befor* hnyinc rlvwlt?n. Roanoke Masie Co. - out. jnnntxm*. Mgr, 117 W. Campbell Avt. ??a ial News ItlM ?( aaetal w veeaal later?M W phoned ?? 2M, or eeat to Ik* kritir Mltar ear* at the ?ka W*rt4-Mewa. >?W. 1 mm, rT?a. Jot Kuonta. H. B UI?I Suale Schol*. ?nd Mra. 1. Martin. Birthday Party. Mra. O. D. Howbert wn (tvtn a plaaaant aurprla? party Thursday afternoon at her horn* 1414 I'attcraon aven?a. Tha ladlea brlna.tn4Kall kind* if dallcaclea with which the table waa ?oon laden, alao beautiful lift* war* preaented Mra. Howbarl. Thoac aeated tha table were: Meadamea Q. J. ingman. Unite Schola. Wm. Oablrne. PUiln. P*?d. Kiln*. Pnttereon. Bentng, Mlaa I<?nta. *. Vena Koonta. Mr. - _>rtln. of Philadelphia. Mlaa fltiate >H>hola rendered a?ma mualcal eelaotlnna during tha afternoon. ? ? ? Mlaa 4 ktatenaii'a Daart. Mlaa Catherine Cheaterman give a turmlet I...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

capltol of Kmniu provreport of a man irrtftrd lut Kebbtrth. The prisoner was triad, and sentenced to tan years inprlsonmsnt. The c?m than was referred to tha central goreminent in Peking. and the man waa ?cmtenoed to death. Tha execution haa just taken place, the prisoner being ?hot Instead of decapitated, aa v an the practice In the old day*. In connection with the suppression of the use of opium the newa teaches Peking from time to time of some drastic measure which the novernment is able to enforce In aplte of the d^porganlsaion It Is experiencing as a result of the revolution. Reports tsll frequently of fighting between formers who have formed bands and j armed tbemaelvea with the object of! successful!) harvesting a crop of j opium. Sometime* reports tell of Christians being made special objects, of attack* and even murder because they oppose the growing of the poppy. ' The rule of keeping hands off the missionary and his property, however.: la still generally observed, as It w...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

pS EVEN UP I I WITH BUILDERS Nt"i >' Newa, V*., July l|.?Spe ? i? i ? ?'?!? MM Ml pttatai Danny tvday *04 the Tlr?r? *TMMl p til* series with lk? Shipbuilders Brtnnln* I to a. Both pitchers vg*s , hard at tlmaa. fire doubles tt>4 rteen ilnglN N?| mads. Tha lo?m:? bum bo* am of thsir stsht Mia m |h? ruMni. in -wkMi they asored tbeir runa. while tha Tlgere bunched In tba first, third and eighth Ini. Ralph Maui* drova In four of nabaa five ' runs. counting Ek with a elngle tn tha opanar. ring (Joglbr and Irmoeher with a bU Ih Tha third and aendlng Ooalby r in tba fifth with n oocrlfiee flyM visiting Infield crumbled In tha lb, tar* error* filling tba bongs with out, IRrd wtlkllf Mattbawa, a sh hitter, witn Hhaatam on, howr fcfird tightened and forcad Kento pop to 8ufflm*ri for tha laat EPn*aon wna plainly not In form U tba gam* waa bait over Thau got down to ran) worb and the 0*gv found him conaldarabla of n sla. Eflrd alao tightened after tba rtb. tii that round ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

m He FOR SALE! All Inside City Limits; Some Already Sewered $300 $25 cash and balance $5 per month; no interest. 20 per cent off for cash. These are the only 50-foot lots in Roanoke that can be bought at such prices and on such terms. Look these over right away and get your choice. If you want to build a house, buy one of these lots. If you want to save your money, buy a lot. You won't miss $5 a month. This monthly payment does not increase. In a little while your lot will be paid for. This is better than a savings bank. Own a piece qi real estate. It makes you a more valuable Citizen to the community. ' ' ?. ?? #7.t ? ?? ifejttc. <&? Location of These Lots They lie in North West a* follows: On Loudon (3d) avenue, n. w., on the north side of the street from Twentieth to Twenty-First street, on the south side of Loudon avenue from Nineteenth to Twenty-First street; on south side of Gilmer (4th) avenue, n. w., from Fifteenth to Eighteenth street; on the south si...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

*?eyon gratitude fall you-what' you need them moat E|a wring* account if ev?r revidy to do you a real and genuine aervice, ia an ever abiding friend. A wiaa parson will cultivate auoh a friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK OtflTAI* VMMMM ITOftTI A1IB MWtlWUt IMWW . ? New York, July St.?|>ry goo Mton Kor><ta market* are ?hoi ,f. soma nilig In wide print el* Ilia and aheatliiK* hold steady. 1 ?Mtl? have been more eotlVe Nk. Yarns ara quiet and steady. W!r&s^^r'sX' nip si north?rirn l?f. C?r| spot # "Idea auor. Leathar Arm. ft ?Bi *t*ady7wool at*a<i% Rnnin q trpontlne. rta* and mole**** ata MARKETS Stock Wall Street. July 1d.?Thara were IM Important changos In the early [dealing*. More active laauee laclud|lna Harnman and Hill atockg made all galna The volume of tradlnf* I era* extremely llfbt toon afterward I prices ahowed an Inclination to ImI prove. Trading became a tariff mora |Active for a brief time. IC>Qaln< Qao...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 July 1913

e BEST Is N6ne Too For Our Customers wTeluuidle the best in all lines of eatables at the ? j- ^ ^ lowest cash prices. At Our Chain of 7 Cash Stores Best Fresh Country Produce, best Canned and BottlecftGoods, best Fresh Vegetables daily, best 8upars, Teasvand Coffees, best Cured Hams and Meat, best Quick ^Service, best Prices in the city. From 10 to 40 per cent, saved on all your table supplies. Inquire at nearest store. If Cede* tW Ran. W. Hit* II. Special Today Saturday Silk Shirts P. K. Collars (new shapes). Men's Silk Half Hofec, (colors). \ Athletic Underwear. Baits; Neck' Ties, Etc. Let us pack your grip if you are going for a little trip We sell Hand Bags too and the kind you "1 like. W. R.Hancock Co. to 8m. W. Piyn Cd, Tn lt?w. \\ klit ikM.' Mwk Mmn ? re clnnril and ihlnml by ua. \V? want Mir friends to know that we have only Mi* shop. 1 orate <1 at JO Campbell av?.| 1:13 to I* p. we clo?* at ? let. Wa are open every day from It p. m.. except Satin d.<tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 July 1913

ROANOKE, VA, MONDAT AFTEBNOON, JULY 28, 1913. VOL. 48?No. 23. Hides in Forest Near Winchester Alleged White Slayer Eludes Searching Parties ?Fled In Night Clothes When His Tent Wis. Raided? Army Officers Incensed Over Published Report. CONDUCT OF TROOPS WARMLY DEFENDED Wlacheeter. Vs., July JT - Despite the tact that nrtrt) hundred regulars of the various cavalry regiments camp?4 Mtr town at tha maneuver ground* ha vs searched for htm. tha glsnt negro. Franklin, who. It la alleged, waa engaged In a whlta alava traffic, and wkoa? place near tha camp ground! waa raided on Thuraday night by tha ahartff. assisted by United States Army officers. haa ao far aluded rapture. A warrant charging Franklin with whlta alavery haa been laauad before United 8t*tee Commleeloner A. J. Tarauar, and tha cavalry ofllcera are doIng all In thalr power to aaslst tha local ofllcera In finding,Franklin. Tha pretty young whlta woman who wora found In company with a number of negro trooper* of tha Tanth Caval...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 July 1913

OteoBOBiMtoBtaMiQftttoo, "BUTTERICK PATTERNS" SHOP BT MAIL "BUTTERICK PATTERNS" Some Very Interesting News for the Week's Selling A Summer Silk Store *? The woman who shops about for "summer silks" can not be indifferent to the fact that excellence of fabric and of service go hand in hand with moderateness of cost her*'. Our showing runs the gamut of newness?the variety includes all the good things. Their usefulness is not limited alone to the summer season; by "summer silks" we mean silks especially designed for comfort, coolness and satisfactory wear under the extra strain of summer heat. This is "the summer silk store" by sheer right of its complete and unusual readings with the very best there is. Silks of Value -color*, light Crepe de Chine. Advance fan style Jujrt unpacked?full 40 inches *irtc bin*,, white and black. Two Pongee Silk Specials. Si Inch natural pon(M for auto coat or suit; 55c valuator tic; 11.-5 ralu* for SUM. ? 39c Flowered Seco Silk, 29c. Copenhagen, lavender ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 July 1913

Special This Week With ekoh gliss of soda served at our Fountain, we will give Free 2 Coupons good on the 5-Ib. Box Kerns Candy given away Saturday, 10 P. M. There is Full Satisfaction IN OUR SODA ta tkt point of serrloe and quality, we shall end?Tor to offer m solute* satisfaction In our coda fountain drinks. Brtry modern method that will add to rour comfort, accommodation and oonveaiet^ro hub* found at our fountain. Plenty of floor space, comfortable chatra aad larce tluin of deltcloua creamy soda. Kipert mixin* method* are am. ployed In order to Insure a most delightful blending of flavora Ws give you soda drinks that ara fit to drink, safe to drink and fully aatiaftln*. ? , . Wpiflala H?rr?4 rarh 4mj. AI ware ManlMki sow ?? mmr rwutala. E?nrt leda Miser. McGEE'S PHARMACY VXZZZ7? NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOB TOUB MONET'S WORTH DO WE DE8IBE TOUR PATBONAOE. Let Us Prove It to Too. TELETHONS IK. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDBT. Summer Cereals Rrmkfut ofwali am appropriate for the Rummer morning B...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 July 1913

BURLRBOX HRLO up. Portmutw General Burleson. in his Plan, for making parcel post * pr?c. ?"* useful measure, apparently W not to have smooth sailing Hav-, lag observed tbe operation of the system and thereby bavin* aacertslned tha narrow limitations under which it labors, he determined to take advantage of the power of discretion riven, htm under the law. He proceed Ml eliminate sons No. 1, to make the rata in .one No. 1. ?pp* tf> both No. 1 .nd sons No. j, ,nd to ^ *i ana Increase the weight t package to twanty pounds. Aftgr August is should hts plana he carried out, Roa- ? *r" wUI b* *bI' t? Mnd parcels 'of ,so miu- *i rata of ftv? ^nts for the first pound V!nt f?r Mrh ??Jdltlonal waa limltod to eleven pounds and sons No. l had a radius of 80 miles. Bunion's proposition, ss shown hy facts snd floret,. i? t d#cM#J k""' *nd "houU1 ?? not be ltr wm ? 0<>nrr?*,, U "? probabllty win bring parrH po-t lMo t#n#ral P?*tm"t'r ??neral of ^ appreciated the cha...

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

117 W. Campbell Are, Society Kntertalned. The Home Mission Society of Belmeat Mfthndlit church wa? entertained ?Ulay even Ins m the home of Mr*. T. E. Korman, on Seventh ave- ?#*. ?? *? Ma?lf was rendered during the evening by Mr. John Meyers. violinist. with M 1m fnee Hubson, tcPomptnlit. UIm Myrtle Hohnon gave leveral recitations. The attendance wa.i large and dainty refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Houghton and family, of Macon. Oa., are occupying Ittl South Roanoke street for sev?ral montha. ? ? ? Mies Elizabeth Marvel, accompanied by her father. Mr. F. Marvel, will eave tonight for Atlantic City, where ?he will spend aome time before goIn# to Rodohath Reach, Del., to attend a house party, to be given by Mis* Harriet Wilson. Mr. Marvel will be lolned by his brother. Judge Davis Kin# Marvel, the Jlst of July and noter to Georgetown. Del., where he ?rill spend two weeks. ? ? ? Miss Hilda (Heaves is visiting In Cjrthevllle. " ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. E. Claude Pace and Claude...

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

- { Cut in ash Dresses Yours at HaJf Price The final traductions *rr made to thin week's, ?hopper.? on our entire showing of dainty Wash Drewaa Notwithstanding the great inroad* that the heavy sales of past weeks have made,, there are still many dainty and moat pleasing models yet to be secured.. The moat used Wash Drew Fabrics in this season's moat desired colors may be secured? all offered at half prfciy 3jM Lingerie Dresses Priced at Half Our entire showing of the balance of lovely white Lingerie Drewos is Included In this special offering. Original prices ranged from 14.98 to 139.00; this week's prices 111* to ll?..V). i Auto Dust Coats Priced Fourth Less This Includes the entire remainder of our showing of Auto or t>uat Coats In mohair, linens, palm beach and khaki cloth, made with hood. Serviceable outer garments for motoring or traveling by rail. Take your choice at fourth You May Choose Any of Our Grass Rugs And Secure Them at Very Attractive Savings \ Special sav...

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