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

DOUBLE HEADER ? 1 ? ? ? ? awport Now*, Ya.. July >?.?Igagial. Aftar fllaglng hla taata lo in | It t Uncy la ik? ottaalng i>a?, B?r( OarIt cam* bark la lhi> a*?ond g?m? of I r>.1111? .I doubla haadar and again lut tha Hhlpbulldera out, k lo 0, thara- > hangln* up a plt?*tag record la tha tntlnla l.aagu* of algktaan |hmm< ??? Inning* without balng ~ acorad *n Oardln wu lutrmclbla throughout, lowing but t walva hlta 4a tha algk?n innlnga, walking only oaa man I fanning nine. Ma waa In dangar bains aror?4 agalnat only oner. Ilia w late him arrorlaa* aupporl. luck Barton i>ltch?d tbo Aral gamt tha I oca la and waa himm?r*il hard. Tlgar* hitting anything and a*aryK that tha twlrlar *arv*d up. rr*n Ing hlta off wild pltchaa. Ha Bob Auatln waat tha aacond r?a an<l with anythlar Ilk# d'acant port <^a>uld haTa abut Roaaoka out. ? halfl thorn to alalit acattarad hlta Mr of which war* I...

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

FOR All Inside City Limits; Some Already Sewered Price $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 savings bank. Own a piece of real estate. It makes you a more valuable citizen to the community. iff*?" Location of These Lots They lie in North West as follows: On Loudoh (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 side of Center (2nd) avenue, n. w., one lot on the southwe...

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

?1 ? 1 The people who owe you gratitude fail you when you need them most g* ',v r ?:"**. . *; ? , A saving! account ia ever ready to do yon a real and genuine servioe, is an ever abiding friend. A wise person will cultivate such a friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK Kuaaofce, U . CAPITAL 0*0,000.M IVHPLtll AND l !?WTOWO W.XX.M MARKETS New York. July 16.?Trading In ^tock* during today's brief market lion wit* characteristic <>f the mid* timmer >Hwn. The undertone wu trrguUr and at firm mainly down* rnrd, lh? only striking exception Nnf the Hill groups. theee atocke tlfondin* to (aVurtbl* crop advlcss. <ehl(h Valley and minor rallera and peclali lea ?|ao contributed allghtly to ho conalructlvo aide, while Canadian 'aclfk. Houlavllle and Nashville and loo were weakest of the standard ftllway slmrea. In the special group Unerlran Rxprata yielded five points iid made another new low record. Waning W?uUt lone .Nrw York Htork lAwMadx... V*a*1 ' M * P A 4 ...

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

ft- ?? \? !The BEST Is None Too Good For Our Customers l?| v \ -y fr ? We handle the best in all lines of eatables Jit the lowest cash prices. At Our Chain of "7 Cash Stores Best Fresh Country Prod*j*, best Canned and BotR tied Goods, best Fresh Vegetables daily, best Suptrs, Teas and Coffees, best Cured Hams and Meat, best Quick Service, best Prices in the city. Prom 10 to 40 per cent, saved on all your table supXif.t > plies. Inquire at nearest store. If Tkere"* Aaytklag Nri>, Caitt tb* >M. We Hit* It You Enjoy All the exclusiveness and distinctiveness of our tailored to measure clothes (right now) at one-third off the regular price, and all the excellence in making. The assortment of woolens is still good, and its worth your while to look. The price will tell the savings. W. R.Hancock Co. I tiiiiiim to Om. W. Payaa C*. I ill n. H mm* 9* itran Mat*, fl. 9 D*H(kl(?llr CmI mm4 lUfmklan Haaler'e Klagfr AW. at Brrkrr'a. Nothing li.rtort rt(rf?bli|. dur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 July 1913

House Leader Gets I fc^Wann Aout Mulhall Alabama Congressman Insists That Alleged lobbyist of national Association of Manufacturers Has Strayed From the Truth In His Statements Relative to the Ways and Means Committee. MULHALL GIVEN CHANCE TO REPLY r Washington, July f?.?Majority House LMdtr Underwood today doM?M0d Mortis M. Mulholl, alleged lobbyist for tho Notional Association of Maaafacturers. as "liar and blackmailer." Mr. Uadorwood appeared boforo tho aeaate lobby committee to doay that Mulholl had over talked to him about legislation boforo congriM . Aftsr oao looh at Mulhall ha said: MI amr aaw htm boforo in my Ufa" Senator Rood expressed tha belief |hat Mr. Underwood ohould wait until tho oommlttoo had finished with Mulhall. t I think. said Mr. Underwood, "that It is In tho interoot of tho public that tho nu who haa taken liberties with public men aa this man haa ohould be contradicted. I retard a man of thia kind mm a "blackmailer. That man haa never boon in the ways aad me...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 July 1913

ml ?Mk% b*v? rttvriMd to their tMM at Umm Jw?l. York; mHiBppalad ay *"** fUthtrlni Anlw, ?h?# will aume time th. re M*. Ml *ra J. P. ML Jr., Iwv* teoa ru??a for .ral daya of rMM&| Staada 8huk hu rkturiMd ton a fhMat vlalt to frienda at IflMM Beulah and Jeaale rinko ten itimt from a delightful trip to L MgtMl Valla and points In Canada. Mra. Clarence Carper, who waa ?Dn nil nuddeniy Handay night, waa pMmtO the Jefferaon hospital In Stoa- - too Ha yeaterday evening, where she "Srili probably undergo aa optmticai tomriac the paat fweeks no little isrfHemifit haa been occasioned in Haam over rumori circulated relative to <ho burity of the water here. The use >f mtater f'orn the lakea waadtaronlnursl at ooca the plpea flush-*! to the tmt advantage availably and the areslaa well Voter turned on- A??uum>or or wmpUa of -the both from he Uhke* and from the *rl<wlftn well. NT* aept ?way to be Miulyaad. In Nana Instances. it waa ? ned, th...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 July 1913

There is Full Satisfaction in OUR SODA 1 '"V* * * *'?>* .? v A--5- ? ' >. In the point of HrtrlM and quality. w? ?A?11 *b4mvw to offer you ak> aoluta eatlefactlon l> oar |?4ft fountain drinks. Every modern method tktt will add to your comfort, accommodation and convenience la to bo found at our fountain. Plenty of floor apa<co. comfortable chalro - and large glaaaea of dellcloua creamy aoda. Export mixing methoda are employed in ordor to tnaure a moot delightful blending of flavora. Wo glra you aoda drlnka that are fit to drink, aafe to drink and fully satisfying. SPECIALS TODAY (tare* lliiili, Be. Creak Cewrtry ??ttoralik, loo &}V? ? V?.??v'" v. ? - "? ? 'v- ! ?f yam mal the latewt. the beat, la dafaty, ??llel?aa grtahahlea, McGEE'S PHARMACY DRVOOIITI NOT FOR NOTHING, f BUT FOB YOUR MONET'S ) . WOBTH : - DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Ut Prove It to You., ! ? RADFORD STEAM LAUNDBY, ' 1 Old North Carolina Watermelo...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 July 1913

DRrVTVG. The Urf? majority of automobile drivers in Rouwk* are careful and conscientious, that Is. they exercise proper Mitten and they hare consideration for the rights and safety of ?Ckara. A few drivers, however, sceiu to forget entirely that responsibility rests Upon them. The moment the wheels of their cars begin to tun they leoe sight of ths value of humsn lifj. With machinery keyed to t>e highest pitch they speed through the city's streets, fly around corners, and take flsggMrate chances in passing street cars and wagons. Yeetsrday afternoon an automobile went out Henry street swinging up the hill and Hipping by Intsrseoting thoroughfares at twenty ?flee miles an hour. At the steering wheel sat a young man. One of his hands rested Hghtiy en the wheel while the other rested on the back of the seat Hie head was turned and his body partly toned towards two young ladles in the tonneau, and all three of them were .laughing and talking aad having a good time. That young ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 July 1913

Very Easy Payments "NO NOTK8tTO SIGN." InrMiffU our may payment ayatem before bujinc tteewbtr*. Roanoke Mutic Cs. O. T. ISRSIRM, Mcr, 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News IHau ml Mttal mr iiriml (?(?*? ?M rmm k? ykraH I* M4, M Mai ?? Ik* ImMj Mllw MX of lk? tkt WarlS-Raw*. Informal Bridge!' Mn E. T. Brady wu the hoateas hi* morning of two table* of Infornal brldire at her home on Clarke tevnue. At the conclusion of an mereetlng nm? of auction bridge lunheon ??i served. Mrs. Hrady wu assisted In entaralnlng her gueeta by Mlaeae Marian MaufTer. Louise Meneree, of Lynchburg. and Mlsa Richardson. of RlchlOnil. Thoaa 'playing war#: Mr*. James Caaaell, iMrs. Robert Buckner, Ulaa Olldersleeve. of Abingdon; Mra. I. Kill* Robinson, Mra. T. H. Sweeney, Mra. Joseph W. Coxe. Mra. Boyd Ayera ?nd Mra. A. M. Nelson. ? e ? Miaa Louisa Menefee! of Lynchburg, a the guest of her aunt. Mra. John kC. Miles, on Klghth avenue, a. w. e ? ? Will Leave Salem. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cross of Salem, will move to Norfo...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 July 1913

X \ mm Rr?"? All Inside Ctty Limits; Some Already Sewered ce $300 oash and balanoe $5 per month; no interest. 20 per cent off for oash. 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 of real estate. It makes you a more valuable citizen to the community. Location of These Lots \ - ? . ? ? V ? " *' - *- ? ?. "? ? j ' " They lie in North West as 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_j(4th) avenue, n. w.t from Fifteenth to Eighteenth street; on the south side of Oenter (2nd...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 July 1913

|Ffhe peopl who owe you gratitude fWl you when you Mid UNJS^UMt Ka account is ever ready to do you a real Hid genuine service, is an ever abiding friend, ? A wise person will cultivate such s friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK capital .... immh.W ?Dinva and uaninrai hi -ami < opr*' . u Aim...??? Am K?<( tuga*Am ran......... Am Chn. |>M ... Am i *r t-.d Mr Am t in toil Oil . Am letSecur ?. Am rjA Tel... 11 Am tobneea...> a Anaconda M Co. Atf hl?o:i ... Atchlooa n?. illulkC but. II fcalto to Ohio ... I lMUfhM llM : 1 CUttMO* 1 c. m. a *t. p.... K 'an. W 11 *1. r. a i j pn tie* * K 50ru Product* . I ? AH .. >1 uX.no...... i .AH. tl. HH.. 1 IN. (Mnrlltoi. 1 tto, in pii. ... < I rt?. M bM 1 ' K. Electric... V OttStNor., pM.. I. Oimi Nor. oTc. 1 MMi Can. ... II mrtw ITulSJC:: ,! NfeWBMtMBto iCKEDiLE i? mffmct may ss. mm. Wml ?mt LM*t RanMlw Dally. diM m aw?For Kaat Radford. Bristol and Intermediate stations. Pullman aleeper to Bris...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 July 1913

j r e BEST Is None Too Good For Our Customers We*handle?the best in all lines of eatables at the lowest cash ^prices. lAt Our Chain of 7 Cash Stores . Best Fresh'Country Produce, best Canned and Bottled- Goods, best Fresh Vegetables daily, best Sugars, Teas and Coffees, best Cured Hams and Meat, best Quick Service, best Prices in the city. Prom 10 to 40 per cent, saved on all yourtable supplies.1 Inquire at nearest store. DMw tt* San. W. It. You Enjoy All the exelusiveness and distinctiveness of our tailored to measure clothes (right now) at one-third off the regular price, and all the excellence in making. The assortment of > woolens is still good, and it's worth your while to look. The price will tell WBESmrn^m W.R.Hancock Co. tt Qm. W. Piyw^Cs. All SX. SS u< M Straw Hat*. 91. I S9SIndispensable for Hot Weather. The crrat queatlon for tvtrr hou??(rlfe who (lorn her own work ia how 40 avoid the Intenae heat of the kltchtn 8t* ua about oil and (MoIln&lt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

VOL. 4?- -No. 26 WEDNESDAY A KTERNO ON, JULY 30, *iiun mm o - ms piist m TO BE EFFECTIVE AUGUST FIFTEENTH First and Second. Zones Merged, Weight Limit Increased to' Twenty Pounds and Local Rate Lowered. Effect Restricted to 100Mile Zone?May Be Exr tended. CONGRESS FAVORS BURLESON SCHEME After the scheme of Post Muter General Burleson was held .up temporarily ia congress to Investigate the ? feasibility of hJs proposed chances la parcels post ratea and Increased ?'?lfhU, Post Master L. Q. Kunkhouser yesterday received orders from the poat office department making the ^cSSliirfiegectlTe August 16. Radical changes are made In rates and gone limits undsr tlt? order which are expected to popularise the parcels post, ?specially for local traffic. ?The order practically eliminates the first gone and makes a rate for merchandise in the -.omblned territory of the first and second sones materially leas than formerly was charged In ihe first sons. Under the new arrmnmment local delivery practi...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

CAPE HENRY FORT m Wuhlnitnn. Jvilr tO.~Repreeentn- ' live* of 111* ?ropertv owr* st ?'spe Henry. Va . wh.ww lsn<J the war de- ' pertment lAsgt* to acquire for the . construct ton of ? mammoth fort to protect Norfolk. Richmond. Washing-1 toll and ii*l?imoro from a hostllr fleet. are tn WsshlngtOn today ?n.i ?>- ? pOStlyrJy deny that they arc trvlng to "hold the governmeut up" for ??hnr- . bitsnt price*. a* ha* been charged by *i* wspaper* In Washington. J. ? They doclare that the government K ttflhiih trtjr* sdvteed that the land ?doth of the lt?rhtho?i*e could not be J bought for ?150.000, trie amount ofj i Ihe appropriation* allowed t>> con-1 grees for this purpoee. They ner# told ! this b?fore ; the appropriation *a? j made. It Is also stated that the prop- j . Orty owners have erected cottages or their lota; that their property i* v;Uf , liable to them a? summer home*: hut that thsy are willing to sell out to &'2'fhe governm...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

There is Full Satisfaction in OUR SODA *. * "v * f * V* K ?" * ' ? ? * ,' la tli aatnt tf wrvtM tai quality, wa iktO mImtw to offor y?a ate* Mint* aatiafaetlon la our aoda faaatala drlnka. ?nr? ao4m Mtln4 that will add ta year comfort. accommodatloa aa4 aarwUaM li to to found at oar fountain. Floaty of floar apaca, eowfortablo efcatra and larva alaaaoa of daltolaua croamy aoda Kxpart mixta* methods art a*, ployod ta ordar to laaara a moot dollshtful biaadln* of flavora. Wo you iodi drlnka that ara at ta drink. aafo ta drlak and fully aattafrSPECIALS TODAY Sat Canul taadaa. Paaok Ikntot, ? M raa waart <ha lataat. tb? topi, la Maty, dollataaa <rtakakl?a Ma* ta i McGEE'S PHARMACY HOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOB YOUB MONEY'S WORTH DO WXDKSIBX TOTJB PATBONAGI. Let Us Profit to Toil imanora in. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY, Old North Caroli Watermelon* On let Erery Day Try on* ot these flQ* hUrkNtd North Car oil n% watermelons, which w? h*vr ob lc? *v*ry toy. Includ* or* with your...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

MB. HANCOCK VS. FIRE HOSE. Tsetsrday afternoon. we (Um writer) e* this artlcls) at rolled down C*mpM1 itnui in the direction of Jsff<?r M? street. About half way be-1 Hnrjr and Jtfftmm. v? caught ?%ht or clouds of amoks coming from ??lam avsnus and hoard aounda of ft "chugging'* engine. all of which as- f nounced that a lira was Id profrta ! Uk? other human balnea we are j drawn to a Are like a moth to an elec-' trie lamp. So with accelerated spted we made a "bse line" for the scans ofj the trouble. The way was open and ?w "bee line" promised to take us to the heart ef th* battle. Reaching the intersaetlon of Jefferson and Campbell we started to cross, keeping a careful eye on the lines of hoe* aad watching the passing crowd. Our Journey was going well when sudden- [ ly It was Interrupted. Olancing up Jedf*reon we saw a number of street! ear met under the supervision of General Manager Hancock, hearing la our direction with aa odd-looking contrivance ea their ehoaldera Ha...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

The ftttowlBi ptfty of auto tourist* rtr* rtiuur.d at the Hotel KMiitki ?day. foisg north: M J. KlMkhllW. Pargo. " cT: MIh Stuart Jon*. Cktratte J>- C; Mr. and Mrs. C. C Coddlng- ? aad Mr. and Mrs. Lee A Lolm, ef Charlotte. M. C ? ? ? ? V ' very Easy Payments "WO XOTK8 TO SIGN." Iswillfte our May pajnMI before buying Rssssks Music Cs. a V. IMMIllOl, ! 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News lt>ai mi aarlal m geraaaal lattraet wa be ?kt?r4 to M4, ar eaa? tka Saeiety EMtw cars af tbe I WavM-Hawa. ?.aaayttaa a* Maaaa. The hindioirf manca of tha Flrat V'r+abyterlan church was brightly II- ? u initiated laat night and tastefully ?tecorated with nusntltlea of cardan ?lowers placed about attractively la ?ar*e bowla and tali vaaaa. whan tha W^adlea* Aid Soclaty tendered their paaor. the- R?t. w. C. Campbell. a receplon, batwaan tha houra of S and IS clock. Tha Rev.1 Campbell waa aai*:r4 In receiving bis icueata by his tuikur,' Mra J. Allen Greenland, of art Wayne. Ind.. who w...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

RECEIVES IHIIAIHS OF COLLEAGUES Wuhlwtoa, D. C, July I DuPont, of vnalrml the coagratulations of his cSmmm b tk( *fUt? today on reaching his seevnty-Sfth birthday aaUfdwry. So ?>?ny men who are comparatively y?M are being sent to the mmlu la these days of *"*c; tion by the iwopl*" thst *i?tori of Coloasl DaPoats ??? am becoming g^na, Tk* Dfltwar* ??n?tor I* * ,p|?ndM type of tha old r??Jm? that !? fast dlHipprtrliif A multi-mil-1 llonalre. am aristocrat ot *rT'?IZl'\ and a trust magnate, so-callrd. Senator DuPont. naturally ?nouith. rinds" himself nut of sympathy with much ?f the sentimont that flnde expression, tn the senate nowaday?. A majority ?f the old-time members who were leader* when he drat came to the aenate bar* since dropped or t>een| dropped out of public life. The p*l?- i ware senator la aot what la called a Mod "mixer," but ht? attractive personal qualities, coupled with his ability aad his conscientious performance of bis public duties, bars ear...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

SECOND OF SERIES I IS WON BY TIGERS ths Pirates, Wsnt to IdTsnth ad Tifgri Of MtlUtiOtt, Runs and 0?ttlnf tha Plratoi Could Om big inning, the ooventh. atowed ???* oafoly away for the TitOre. til* Pirate eplt bailer. woa on lltt* for tho vl?4tom. and got by lo ir?t*Olu atyl?- for nix Inning*, but i oevohth found htm Aacending. and " I ho wu going up; tho Tlgera took of tho almatlon, waiting j out Who* ho woo^lM, and hitting pill #h*n ho got it over. and with I tho Ptrmtf>? managed to aaooma fow errora which enabled tho to ocoro at* run* and win tho _ rw ?lx inninga. Howell wont loag la a etyle that wao hard to boat, ta tho wreath U wao ^liferent, blamod It onto the umpire, and I thay war a laying the blame for ht at tho umplro'o door, Manager f? wao chaeed Castro. Kelley fhi woo getting dangemua and _jr than have any furthor troublo, lltaly told hltn to vamooe. which 1 Caatro did In dilatory otyla, fin- ' fiadiag htfneelf a lofty position on Bow aahlblton buldlug. wharo h...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

ILK POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT FULLY OUTLINE! : Given Out by Depart meat of Afiioultare?Question of Absolute Standards and Bacterial Counts?Extensive Gut SPptlfn of Education. Washington. D. C. July It.? Ths Department of Agriculture to.'a* Issued the following Itttcmmt outlining Its poller in dealing with the milk situation In the United States: "It hM bm erroneously supposed that the Department or Agriculture has established absolute standard* and bacterial counts to which all milk coming under Its Jurisdiction In Inter* ?late commerce must comply,. The Department has established (10 absolute standards. It certainly has not and will nel establish any rule declaring that milk containing less *.han a certain number of bacteria per cubic centimeter ts good milk...tinder such a standard milk containing lees than a certain tuimber of typhoid or tubercle bacilli would automatically be passed, as comlay up to the standard "The department in Its milk activities Is carrying on an extensive c...

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