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

people owe/oil gratftvde fed yoft wh?n p mm UM^iiMir' " ;*?5VT^>: Rd4 tarings account is ever pi(K> * real and genuine service, is an ever abiding friend. EA wise person will cnltiv such a Mend. CITY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL ....... HllyllMI hiih i h amo cHvnmn raorm Wall Mtraat. July M.-llwl *Mtto folf* mt tha opentM toa?y. A block (our thouaan.l ?old at II 1-1, ??l?rad wit* w ??* at r??t?r?Xay ? oloaa. lor fitni w?r? r#?ord?4 in UlUfh U?yA Itvadiiitf. and AsAlffti&ftt94? illsfcriaffrat. t>rafarrad. ro(t * palat. uillin Pacific was tha weakest of I' atandarda. lilN4?Ou... ?? I .?blah Vallay.. H>. U An tSK *?*.!? AfilKM. Ufk *s?L~r. S* Sairafci:: *a II'. M Y Onlnl N STOittW.... * *. A W IU?V North American dH S. f lOJ*. Pacific Mall tl Pennsylvania Wfti'CT.:: ltttakarf Owl tfaar York. July I? ?Mowy on call ady S l-t per cant, rullac nil I 1-3. tine bid 2; offered at 1 1-1. rtma loana ?Uady; ?? daya ? 1-to* r cent and ?? day* * l-*...

Publication Title: World News, The
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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 July 1913

Get your votes ready for your favorite. ,The pony, vehicle and harness will be here in a few days. The outfit is worth $300 and that amount in gold will he divided among' contestants if there is a tie. ENDS AUGUST 20th M Tfeaii'i JkarfMaf Xto, * OMhr the in, w# Rav# it. 1 Special Sale of Manhatt&nr Shirts (W? will not carry them over) The Sale Commences AUGUST 1st You know this FAMOUS 8HJRT as well as we do, so we are not going into detaila. The lot consists of Negligee Shirts, slsn silks (desirable pattern*) including many plain whites, with both detached and attached cuffs, sizes from 14 to 18 1-2. 11.50 Shirts $1.18 $2.00 Shirts 1.38 $150 Shirts 1.88 $3.50 Shirts 2.46 $&50 and $4 Shirts... 2.85 W.R.Hancock Co. tmsmn It Ota. W. ftyaa Ca. M , Indispensable for Hot Weather. The irui question for ?T?rjr houitwife who ,4*m her own work la how |o avoid the Intense boat of th? kltchSee us about oil and gaaollne stoves and ov^ns. flreleaa cookers, steam chokers, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

BOAHOKB, VA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 31, 1913. ROANOKE METHODISTS RAP VANDERBILT HEAD Ask Resignation of Kirkland and Winton Absolutions Precipitate a Shwp Fight on Floor of Conference, But Finally Are Adopted By Gtoed Majority?Committee Divide don Resignation Call. Oppose Extension of the Four-Year Period. MEET NEXT YEAR AT OHRISTIANSBURO One of the *irmwl debates. In the Malory of the Roanoke district conf?r?nc? af the M*tho4lt( SplKopal Church. South, waa precipitated on the floor of the oopference at Flncaatie ij^atrrday af tar noon wh?, * repeat of the coramlltM on resolutions waa preaented strongly condemnatory of tha trueteea of Vanderbiit Unlverelty in *halr attempt to obtain a donation of ll.4M.H0 from Andrew Carn?(1r Tha committaa Itaalf epilt wa on* ?action of tha reaolutioae. but tha papar aa * whole Anally waa adopted by ? good majority. The reeolutloaa. after inferring to the Carnegie fund eeatroveray. eaya "The board of trueteas of Vaadarbllt Vaivcreity. In attemptin...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

y-ollowlag te ? report given ?>* 8*r' I.ant W. A. Veat. ?( the !?????? ???*?'?- ' frtm July ??? *?>?? to Jul> "? / =?M?. which ghows the put year to VtT? been successful; July?Number of arrest, 1?: Snea col. Wcted wm A?*u?t?Number of arrest. ?; fine* MUMtMl III#. j K?pt?mb?r?Mumbcr of ?rre?t?. .0. - ^ of arreets, 1?; flow > ?UMUi HHM- ,, Konmbtr?Number of arrests. If. I ' 1 "Pi I*nr^ti?' 1 nn*" , ; , 0. ?rr.... It: tin collected. ?l? ??? February?Number of arrests. 11. ??> IBM collected. |I1.I0. Marcb?Number of *rrnti. 1 <. | collected. W.M. ? | April?Number, of arrests. t, nnea EolUctid. 11.91. 1 May- Number arreata. II; flne# col- | lute* 1111.11 June?Number of arreets. 1?; collected. |I4 00 . | July?Number of arrests, 11. tines | collected. $50.00. , Total number arrests. 1M: total fine* | collected |7i5.lS. . . Ttme served in Jail end on chain ?u, HI days; partlea arrested oa warrants Issued by the state; ?; cows ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

There is Full Satisfaction in J -y ', . X ? "...V;- ' - * v ' ' - ' ' la tha point of NrvlM i?d guilty, wo riuOi ?M*w to o>ar yon afc?oluta mIWuUm la oar tote fountain drink*. Bvary mo4?ri mOm4 that will add to yoar comfort, accommodation and oonvaalanoa la to k? found at our fountain. Plonty of Boor apaca,, comfortabla chair* aad larva fflaaaaa of dallcloua crotmy aoda. K a part mlxlns mat hod a aro oaa. ploy ad la ordor to laaura a moat dallshtful kloadlnc of flarora. Wo ?t?a you aoda drink* that *ro flt to drink, aafa ta drtak aad fully aatlafyla* TODAY Rat Coraaaal laada*. Naofc l>w*at, WIM H?4m, rtark liaiaa. ?twia*>li Kmt, If y*? wmI ik* lataot. ?*? teaat. la dainty. MMom drtakaktoa, aam to McGEE'S PHARMACY ZXZ NOT FOB NOTHING, Birr FOB YOUR MONET'S WORTH DO WX DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let U? Provo-Xt to You. BADTOBD STEAM . LAUNDBT. Old North Carolina Watermelons Or let Eiery Bay ' Try m* of theae fine bliekiMd North Carolina watermelon*. which ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

?a. I SO Jn .sa i S.IM .. im! ?4 143 to svbih:ribkii!i fa Til* W?rH>Xf?? n< nkwrtkesslratian 4aln Mytr, aad m4 Otkrrnlar tkr akra (kr liar *rf rfquIrerf to m4 tUa nil* will ! rVLAHKIK XVNI>\Y MD. Pttltikl, m It appear*, la imwIiik through the throes of "Sunday lid"j adjustment. Its. council ha* deter-) mined to enforce to the letter the following ordinance: "Bo It ordained by the council of 1 tha town or Pulaski that on and after May I. 1?0?, It shall bo unlawful fori ?ny person, Arm or corporation to Mil or offer for sale any soft drinks, cigars, clgarottaa, tobaccos, or any goods, wares, merchandise or com- j modifies of any kind or description Whatsoever. or opsn any barber shop 1 n Sunday, except In th? following oassa; a regulurly licensed druggist may nil proocrlptlons and sell, medicines of any kind and any artlcls for medicinal or surgical us?. .Any violation shall bo considered a misdemeanor and shall be punishable with ? fins of not loaa th...

Publication Title: World News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

Free Call and get a nice fan and keep cool. As to the best Pianos, on easy terms, we are headquarters. "No Notes to Sign'1 Roanokt Mnie Co. C. T. JBNMISUft. Mp, 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News Itefwa mt Mflal mr peraoaal later, oat MM he Dk?t< te Mi ar Ml ?? the iMki; rdlut ear* or lk? life* HorU-Ntint Jaly torflkrirta. Ah. aweethearte of July, The aummrr drrama eoon fly. Bui let bh (bat dlapel. Th* Kirn in l hat helpa you tell The worry and ihr care. To atay ?n?otri?d there. Ah. maatera of the nKhi l?ook upward to the light. And over all the vara Herk ateadlly the alar" ? No aea.on vanlaheth. But whet from out Its death R?e?*e eome |o viler hour. ??f muale an<l of flower. (fll tak* m;. Mend ?weethr?it land i?Trr ,h* J"> th?' ?" my share. .?'# ,rMh ,h- r,",y ?'*"?! I I. ..U M "f ,h" rHJ ''2 '?*" ,n ,hr "",r"in* iicht I wt'a th* In ulhrrhimd of t hnee i |Hh.... only ?.,r,i |. |hr |||y HhUf. And whoa* ahleM I. the r*d red roae II I lk* try tin th* awe...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

Sumryter Hirtts to Mothers Who kCar?* _ advice on the MBAUtft or CHILDREN IN HOT WEATHKU It to well that mother* be advised not fto ?v?-(e?4 the children during the hot months. No on* require* as much food In rammer a* In winter. Feed the children tho lighter and | ?ort easily difHtod food*. See that tho milk I* cool and kept uway from ? (Um. Be careful that the fruit is i ripe, U tho child begins to ^cratch j tho akin, indicating too much acid tn , th* blood, deprive it of fruit for - wral day*. | It to quite natural that uniW-r these t ?Qrtdltlona there will be Bonn* di*es- i Ut* disturbance, auch a* constipation, ndlgestlon or aummer diarrhoea. It | may be" accompanied by n told or by eruption* of the skin. The timely remedy, the one which you can rely on for results, is a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin on retiring and by morn in* the bowels will move and the trouble will vanish. The exceptional tonic Ingredient* in tht* remM)' will tone the stomach and enrich the bloo...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

Rpanoke, fortimo?Ut, I. Richmond. ?; Norfolk, 2. ? ; Newport New*. ?; Patsrsburg. g, Gum Today. Pstersburg at Roanoke. Portsmouth at Norfolk. .? Pawport X?*i ?t Richmaad. TIGERS TURNED ' IE IN NINTH j 'Thrilling the faithful few with a ?lath Inning rally, on* of the kind you read about, wu the feature of tha afternoon p?rf?rmanr? at tha baft tot yeaterday P. M. The Tigers w?ra Mown and out lit thsir half of the ninth that la before tHeir half got Stalled. ih? score win five to four In favor of the fourth placers and II looked Ilk* tha Mangel Rom wars due to suffer another defeat at tha handa af the Pirate* a* this wm tha flrat ?fries Our lloya hava copped thla Maaon. but they rilehed, yaa tha Tlgera Summer* started tha plunge with a triple. Buck popped to Boyd. Gnrdin Who played right during McCrakea'a gbaenca dua to lllnaaa, alammed on* H ahort. Mummrri acorlng. Walahar fett to Evaaa who kicked tha ball and tfca catcher waa aufe. ferryman walk?4. Olnn alnglad acorlng Walahar and I ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

IKE It fUSIOUS WORLD i*a mwiut school no wmv ikrwBBx kisgi tat Anmmm* a, ?? -n* IH ' By William T E!1 is Om of the molt Interesting stories [ Sa the MM?. u4 #n? which is tutu(4 tm th? memory from childhood days. J* the naeratlvs of the ten plijtu'i of I XwrPt- Thees war* the weapons used | 1?r Jehovfch in'The geat contest with y^graofc for the deliverance of the chil- , ?rma of Israai from bondage The sto- . YT te replete with dramatic Incidents. ? jt has all the thrill which a great contact erer excites, and then It has the multitude of absorbing accessories, 'auch aa tha shepherd's rod which in Aaron'? hand became a serpent: the Uiever efforts of the Egyptian iris it Ielans to. match the miracles, the mpetted lntervl?ws between the Prince-^Shseherfl-Emanclpator. and Pharaoh, with mutual defiances, and then the nature of tha p la rues themselves tw? do not have to take Pharaoh at his own valuation, aa we And his might vauntlngly aat forth on the monuments. to understand that h' w-*...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

- ----- The people who owe you gratitude fail 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 tUmmokm, Vm. capital mm mm ? UM.IM.N ' itnrli't and r mdividcd raorm MARKETS New York, July 3?.?The moderate M( back recorded by yeeterday'a stock market became more pronounced today when some of the epeculatlvo favorites sold 1 to 4 points under their racent high level. The movement waa unsettled throughout* the only exceptions to the downward drift being Erie first preferred, a few Southern nod Southwestern rallers and minor industrials. Buch Improvement aa was l|w?a at the opening derived Ita Impulse almost entirely from the favorable quarterly statement Issued by the United States Steel corporation. ~Bteel rose t >-4 points In London, that market following the movement here with purchases estimated at !?,- 090 aharea In the local market...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 July 1913

ENDS AUGUST 20th . Oet your votes readv for your favorite. TJie pony, vehicle and harness will he here ? few days. The outfit is worth and that amount in gold will he divided among contestants if there is a tie. if rkfTr'i .tirikiM fader (he w? lla?e ?t Special Sale of Manhattan Shirts (We Till not ?urry them over) The Sale Commences AUGUST 1st You know this FAMOUS SHIRT as weil as we (lo, m we are not going into details. The lot consists of Negligee Shirts, also silks (desirable patterns) including many plain whites, with both detaehed and attached cuffs, sizes from 14 to 18 1-2. $1.60 Shirts $1.15 ?2.00 Shirts ......... 1.38 $2.50 8hirta 1.88 83.60 Shirts 2.46 |3J0 and $4 Bhirts... 2.66 W.R.Hancock So. is Cm. W. Payat Ct. . Indispensable for Hot Weather. The great question for every houaewlfe wlin dsn her own work la how to avoid Ik* intenae haat of tha kitchen. tie* us about oil and gasoline stoves and -ov^ns, tireless cookers. <team cookers, and everything elae to jia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

NARROW ESCAPE OF ? A ROANOKE WOMAN * ' V . " . . A'\?- * * . ' I Almost Drowned in Ocean View Surf r Mrs. K. 0. Rohrer, Wife of R. 0. Rohrer, Hii Deepera}e Experience While In Bathing?Dragged From Water By . Young Man Whose Identity Is Unknown?After Saving Her He Disappears In the Crowd, and Inquiries Fail to Reveal His Name. HALT CONSCIOUS WHEN DRAGGED TO THE BEACH Norfolk, Va., Auf. 1.?Special.?But for timely inltunn r*nder?d by i young man. whn* Identity It unknown to either person. Mr?. K. C. Rohrer. of Roanoke, and J. K. Turner. of Peterstown. W. Va.. would have loet their Urea by drowning at Ocean View lest evening. When he heard the cries for-help and saw the man and women struggling la the water beyond their depth, the unknown hero rushed fully dreaeed Into the surf end succeeded In dragging the hnlf-?onecious women to the beach, where she shortly afterwarde revised. Turner, relieved of the burden of his struggling companion, managed to reach the shore, though both he and Mr...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

for haqgmpaBled M,e" Marv IfirtfB, anl will t ik.. the fbr New York. They will stop Bgton tnd Richmond on their Ml# Columbia Kelly entertained n number of her friends this in or n in* at htf hoiw on Perns> Ivan la avenue. tl|* occasion being a kitchen shower for MMa Johnsie Scruggs. *ho will be ob? of (he fair August brides. A nice collection of useful articles for that spvtUlAt of the home was presented to the bf ldo-to-he. and a dainty ico course was served by the hostewr. i Ml*. C. w". Beerbower was hostess of ssveral tables of Rook this morn - lag Complimentary to Mi*. W. R Croat and Mrs. J. R. Armistud. At th* conclusion of the ram?< a dellcloua Jte course was eerved. Mte Glennle Martin left yesterdsy far Dublin, to be present at the J 'ttLarew wedding^ ? The Hev. allp M|?. Dudler Bo.jg?jcr who h*v?> been guests of the latter-* sisters, the Misses Wiley, on Market . Street, left today for th?Hr home in FhrmviMeMr. John Jackson, of I.extngton.! i...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

There is Full Satisfaction in S OUR SODA pfc /&*I & j*** ? < .K ;"' v !n the MM M MTVlM ul vwltty. w* ik?N #nd*wr U offer yow tk< Mlvto MMMtlw la Mir aoda foanta|l* drinks. Ittry modern method that will tM U f?vr oamfort. tMoamtellM and motwImm to (? k* (?wad at our fountain. Plenty of "Boor spina. comfortable cluUra aad tore* (laMM at dallcloua creamy aoda. Iipart mixta* met hod a are em. ployed la ardor to tneur* a moot Mlfktfai b^ndln* at flavor* Wo ?tro you aoda drlnka that' ere ?( to drtak. aaXa ta*drink aad fully aatlatria* ' v ?^&K SPECIALS TOD Air Ml ??????!. ??'.ck i fU rpa mat tto latr*?, tko boo*, (? idaty, McGEE'S PHARMACY DRUOQIITI HOT TOR NOTHING, BUT TOE YOUR MONEY'S WORTH DO W* DESIRE .TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to Toil RADTORD STEAM LAUNDRY, Wt racalva daily from the f*rm frith v*?otabl*o. 4*ra li ? 1M w* har* tor today: Corn. Tom* toe*. Batter Bran*. Now l^tatno, U " FRUITS COFFEE . . t -vrJ\ I Oor Oo* ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

NORIC WAYS THAN ONE. How often have we hoard the ?? preaaiop, "More ways than one." Vrom childhood to old if* It la lmPfiwi< upon us. Whoa wo' were children Impatient of restraint and tot Incilasd to consider all the merits of a question, our parents told ua of the different waya through which a wlshed-for rssult might be accompUshod. When wa were older lesson!* to prove the truth of ths old adsge multiplied aad unlaas stubboraneee ruled our thoaghts ws W^ers compelled to adjilt that every problem has mors than one slds and that numec qui even use can lesd to the earns leetlnstloo. . A romlader of these things was coatalaod la The World -Newe exchangee Ikli morning. In vacioui articles we road of ths plane of counties for road Improvement. Some of them told of bond Issue*, the proceed* of wMeh are to be devoted to toacadoiaisiac highways, end *om? told of road plana entirely different. ?After reading them ws concluded that good roads, like everything else, can *s built IB...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

Free Fans! Call and get a nice fan and keep qpol. ' As to the beat Piano!, on easy terms, we are headquarters. "No Notes to Sign" J / Rtinoke Music ?o. C. T. JBMJUNOe. Mgr.. 117 W, Campbell Art. ? Continued from Page Three) A HAPPY PAY. vi and 1 together a happy day have had. - Ith ~zrt*n nelda and bright weather alone to make us (lad. ? iinallowa In th? nwrihH, the prlmri.ee by the ahore, |nd the old. old mlnatrel music of youth from dreams of yore. ?ve and I together have found the old content eneath the trees whoaa branches ahoy* ua gently bent. Ind w* have met no fortune nor turned no wheel of chance.' at we have felt our hearts heat and felt ouV spirit* dance. . Bve and I together have had I day ao wild. tit only bird* and blossoms and the laughter of a child. quiet caurftry corner to stroll In . from the itrlfo. ln<l dreams tr? gild the weather and paint the ro*y iif.-. avo and I together?Ah, there's no ether way lo be so glad and merry and have a happy day! lanes o...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

HgU| WALLOP GOOBERS ST the Oo?b?ri to the tun* M II to ? wu a pleasant pastime tor the Tlgara mm well mm the fans who brw*d tho aiiisssli ii hf?t t& witness Um Iwfu* loaders tackle Our Boys fa tho opening engagement of a four g 1 oorloo. Oardln was primed tor tk? opsalng *mt and Bert started with enough to keep ths leaders well lm tow. Nt not no with Brooks who pet a bad start, ths Timers amajwln* three flit so la the first frame with two mon one Otan fltarted the run getting by itefUnc to right. Ooalby was there with a partoot sacrifice. Irmsoher wont oat on a fly to centcr. Msttls waited aad walked. Summers came along with a scratch hit to short on wklok Barn at t tried to force Olnn at bat tho throw was low, the bad balng duo to ths position that Barnott was in whan ha made tho tfcnrl, this crowded the cushions with Bank up. The first ball pitched. Bu<;k bit sharply over third, Olnn and Mattls aeoAn*. Summers taking third. MoCraken displayed some speed and ...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

Jorta of Fr?d?riok A. Soymour, OthirwlM Known m Lord Bar rtBfton, to Gain rroodoa, U ??lli Story of Stranfo and Romas tic Oaroor. ?t Au* ' -Announo#. *' ?n to k* made to aere a Ptrdun or parole tor rr?]*rlck ??rmcur otherwtae tord Barring- ?. Who I. ??r*in* * UU aentence for to tft?In P Mc,'?nn ?'-r .JI J! "? hM eerved to rerall the publlo mind thla paeudo-noble- "? wnoa? career la one of <ha moat Tiantlo In the annul* of crime rV Oirther announcement that "Barigton a" Aght for freedom will be . *? ?"???Hon that the man he l* co"v,cted ?' ?'aylng Is now alive the person of Jamei P. Maybray '*** band of jwlndlera waa broken ?u"l?rltlaa aevaral after May bray and othara bad , ??"?rally re- . J!!.?*. but ?"other llltiet rat Ion of ? subtlety and reaotirCefulneae of the lord who la now jbehlnd prlaon ."r* however. who belt.! *or?hy ?t inveeratlon It ta conaldcred a rather ange coincidence that the three lal im of M?.vbrV ihouM be the aame aa .T? J* . ,h*' murder victim th McC...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

the daintywoman?for the woman whose clothes have been faded - ? and spoiled?for all women who suffer from excessive perspiration ODOR-O-NO AUrOOiW 1HIILD TOILET WATXX Keeps the armpits fresh, dry and natural Eliminates excessive perspiration, and its odor from any part of the body. Harmless and guaranteed. Applied externally. 25c and SOc sizes. Get a bottle today at any "live" dealer In toilet articles. If yoor particular dealer hasn't it ?order direct, giving his name to the t ODOR-O-NO CO. Cincinnati, O. 1 low or TWO STATES WILL ' MEET IN NORFOLK The awtautiri of Virginia and /forth Carolina will Mat at Norfolk .lb. Joint convention f*rfmb?r nth. >?th. and 27th. First Assistant Putmastor General Roper has alrsa'- signified his Intsntion to attend md It la also hoped to hava Postmaster Oanaral Burlaaon. who has ba*n ?specially InTltod Arrangements for the Saptemhar convention wara comrl<*etd In Norfolk yaalardar afternoon at a coninea between Postmaster C. A M...

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