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

The people who owe yen gratitude faifyon when you need them most. > ? I: A savings, Account is ever ready to do yon a real and genuine service, is an erer abiding friend. me *, * i? A wise person will cultivate such a friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK v*. capital icnplii and ruDnriDn rnorm m.m.M MARKETS KVtll Street. August 1.?The ?loc.k Lrkit opened today modirftUly itttdy | ltd business la small volume. York Mscii | i.smds os?. Ifflj M ?. r AMUl M. l-'iC, M. K. A T it?>. Mo, feelA* S2 km. kmn? u? National lost.. W y H of M?? J.I p-1 N r central.. .Ti ml N Y out AW.... St V A W..-. Ml Not* American M K. r 10* , Pacific Mali W, IVnu.v I . ?i, ? . . 111!, reopleitfo ... US 1 rcfAmi,.... ?> nu*iMir? oo*i.. lis I r ctssi car :?<4 Pullman P Car.. 16i ?' Keetllui 1?7*? Republic iHsal.. 3*' i J ?l?l. prfT... ?M, mm laauet* ijh. iw| FoAObto ?? UMniMmi *? ? uttkrt.... ???*? h o S*C |k N. W Kpif *M....... t? p. 9ecuriU*? . II foistpit.'. ' "?! Em p?i "* ?...

Publication Title: World News, The
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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 August 1913

3?r- r-t lie Pony ENDS AUGUST 20th Get your votes ready for your favorite. The pony, vehicle and harness will be here in a few days. The outfit is worth $30() V'and that amount in .gold will he divided Kjaau' ? ? - among contestants if there is a tie. W? Hif* It. Special Sale of Manhattan Shirts (We will no* rtrrj tlwni ottr) The Sale Commences AUGUST lit You know this FAMOUS SHIRT as weJl as we do, so we are not going into details. The lot consists of Negligee Shirts, also silks (desirable patterns) including many plain whites, with both detached and attached cuffs, sisea from 14 to 18 1-2. $1.60 Shirts $1.15 $2.00 Shirts 1.38 $2.60 Shirts 1.88 $3.60 Shirts ... .? 2.46 $3J0 and $4 Shirts... 2.86 W. R.Hancock Co. * 8*. W. Payat Ca. % ? ?wln'a (Uasar Al?, *t lirtirt. Nothing to mora refreshing. during the hot. enervating weather, than Oln?er AJ?. Becker to now nffering Hantar'* ftmoui "Extra Dry" Ginger Ala at a katli*. Order a supply (or icrvlng to your family or ivnti during the ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

AFTERVOON, AUGUST 2, 1913. SATURDA LUNENBURG TO BEAR Joint Debate at P Kenbridge Today J. Thompson Brown and G. W. Koiner, Aspirants for Commissioner of Agriculture, Open Discussion In Preswice of a Crowd of Between Six and Eight Hundred ? Oumming's Delay Hakes Meeting Between Him and Attorney General the Second Number of Program. MANY WEAR OABDS "VOTE FOR KOINER' Kenbrldge. Vs.. Aug. ?. -^Special.? Betw??? six hundred and right hurv P*?P?* Mirmbltd hara In th* ?rore today to hoar joint defeat*! of Stmt# candidates. About half thoaol praarnt arc ladles Th* arrangement i "??! William* and Cumming fori atterney general. *?? to *p*ak flrsL Mr. Cummlni wa* delayed.! la arrir- '** from Blackatone. gnd th* ordar was. r*v*r*?d. Mesara. Kolner and Bro*n leading off. Th* distribution of tin* l*: Brown ta open In flft**n minutes. Koln*r to i follow In thirty, tb*n Brown In thirty minutes. Koiner to close In ien. H ta a Koln*r crowd, shout half tha men waarlna m thalr hata prmtad sards. "Vote ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

fflf'Of 1* MEXICO 'Administration Now Bends Evtry Effort Towards Preventing Unnecessary ? 1 Agitation. tv > Washington, An*. 1.?Developments I? Iht Mexican dtwtion today were confined to efforts on the part of the nd ministration to pro rent unnecessary agitation oyer the revolution. 8o far) as the United States !? informed, both fsde-rale and constitutionalists are conMylli with the desire of the American government for the protection of' foreigners and their property nnd there is a hopeful feeling manifest in official circles that effort* ?f influential Mexican* to bring about peace may he successful. In the meantime President Wilson and his advisers are opposed to any attempt to force the American government into any hasty declarenrfimniv (ll>0!l5,y Secretary Bryan promptly denied today a story that ?Slr0rr^-^ SOvernnients nr<- presslnK *ba-United States to take action on authority.; of the president, himself L . , own that the only document *?T*r...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

There is Full Satisfaction in I OUR SODA S? tfca point Of aarvtce and quality. *? ahall cndaavor to a?ar you absaluta NtWuUM In onr soda fountain drtnka. ??try nodtra matkad that will add to yoar comfort, accommodation and convanlanca It U k? found at our fountain. Planty of door apaca, aomfortabla chairs and larva vlaaaaa of dallaloua era* my aoda. Ma part mtxin* matbods ara am. ptoyad In or dor to laaura a moat dallfhtful bland In* of flavora We *lva you aoda drlnka that ara at to drink, anfa to drink and fully aatlafrln? ' . SPECIALS TODAY Clara* Mniaada. Bt. . fia?t Caaatry SaHaradlk, laa l*l?*M?l? r#aa% . mIA % If ya? want tfc? lateat, lh? km, ta dainty, dallataaa driakablea, ?aa? ta McGEE'S PHARMACY HOT FOR NOTHING, BUT FOR YOUR MONEY'S - WOMB'*" ?, X DO WEDEBIM YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You.' RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. . Fresh Country Vegstables We receive daily front the term fr?h Here to a Het wa h?v? (or today: Prlce&Chick S04 oJ lillm ?r 1IM, 1M1, lMl Coa...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

1M I ? M mm4 143 Movaca to scbk-iiibicr<i Muilllhti tm Tk? WecM-News! ???* ? ???' In ?wi iU nlMcribWateb lit ?x*tr*tl?l dalra *? '** 'absle ?l tktir pmmrr, >?4 ?W?ly. Otktmlw lh, f?*r wWI to M???H ?kta tkt 11 Mr are rt?alr?<l to *? ?"? ? Urnw, aad tkli rale will to ?Wrll* Nbmi Qnce mora The World-New* has W1 Inspected front yards of Yesterday afternoon In en automobile It went Into n large sectl?? af the city, paaalng along smooth thoroughfares and ascending and de?cwltac eteep gradee. ita peregrins* tlons. If such a term can be applied to a busy and buetllnjr iraaoiina car, were confined to Northwest or Jtjlr?ne. Now and then, slipping from the straight and level streets. It wanl dared aome distance over towering hills, from the tops of which magninl cent views of the city could be obtained. The contrast, from a plel turesque standpoint, between the low O plane* and upper heights, was exceedingly atiihlng and Interesting; and Impressed with Ita posa...

Publication Title: World News, The
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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

RmmIm Musie Ce. a t. js?si?a*. **?., 117 w. Campbell Av ?ocMy Gay In Pnlnakl. Southwest Tim**, Pulaski l1.^ ,lh/ following Mtountl of Tirw*? former Rotnoktn bring ^ ?l these entertainment*. _ sum mar home of Mr. und Mr*, ki lui on Prospect avenue, [Mask I. Tunuy morning wu? the ?ne of a moat delightful summer ireh Bgfty. The neiu were Invited ?upllmentary to Mr*. Clarence Kobl?"- ?J. N'wport Newe, Va.. and Mrs. 'w,n Keller, of Norfolk. During the [fjM hear* twelve tablee enjoyed suited game of ftv? hundred. There r* prises offered, ??. M. c. Kunkel won the first prise, interesting book, MIm Emily Pur?Jjwnd, a ?liver pioture frame; E. V. Jameson, third prtta, box note paper. At the conclusion of rafraahmenui conaiating of itad couran, and Ice cream attrao[aiy Jaalggrd flowers and fruits, '* wnd. n# lUMti Included: Mrs. Dr. ? ?f?* ?' -^larhedaie, Miaa.; Mr*. W. lAlpers. of Piatnfleld. N. J.; Mrs. B ^Sutherland. of Dublin; Mrs. Sidney lookslde, of gyracuae. N. Y.; Mrs. IF. Ha liar, of ...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

of th? with ??( a te la i l ho In til an I Ik* theVlrgtnJaa allying* "with another roed u> project It* j Jotal wma dUaoueetlnc the- ? with <*?ee ntfrrtmJm. He to|kcd| tet bo Mlmd to be tn poll ttom aC ite Vkliatu Ballrwd fompmmf Ud without disclosing any partitular seherno the com pa ay might pmpaae to formulate h? prophesied a etedv growth <?'. the road and al imu era <>1 industrial davtilopementa, la the naka of It* piogrss* Ha said |; that the Vlrglalen railway to tha ? Itogers hair* was tha inheritance that I a|H a??ilaii to than tha vhariahad 11 product of tha Ufa. miad and wealth U Its builder, a scheme which Mr.n Rogwa had not only contemplated but ? that many of tha latter jraara of hit Ufa ha spam In amassing a fortune far thia verv project. Ha aald that It waa aa I nettle fatally atory that the Virginian railroad had been built on paper many yearn ago by It* creator and that aa the mad existed aa an operative proportio...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

SAME WON BY HOME PLAYERS II on* Iom tally la tbs op*a?U enough for th* aobla third *ara to win th* eacoad tamo wltl| Ooobars, a brief affair lastiag It flv? and a half Itmlags. th* sudcessation of hostilities havlw mi l>n?uiht about bjr nhowtrt which t?d th? required thirty minutes ' brought the cam* to a dsflatte It wss oomo eaatsat. ToIim mi th* hUl for tho B?a|al Boys Harv*y Brooks waa tho hurlsr tho visitors of Isadlag lama Olno. tho first inning. rattled on* to bht for thr*e cushloaa. scoring a ?sat latar whan Ooalby alngltd. j waa iha oaa big rua that caussd downfall of tha Buach maa aad aa ftma progr**aed thla lonosom* " got larger aad larger until It big eaotigh to walk away with gam*. Tolaon waa stroag, pltrhtag am* that la hard to loae. Navar In ahls waa tha Tlg*r alaador right |nd*r until thi sixth whan with oaa t Brook* patiently waited and walkoa four wlda one*. Simmon* waa bar the firat ball pltehad. a faat that took a wicked ahoot hitting bat aad hand but U...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

One* iM'i' ttm tha train which V** ths slseptn* and utterly woraaat WUliu Janniacs Bryan through * mountain pass in WNt^a Maryland stopped at a town whOM i?adin* featora waa tha tare* and use-1 Ail water tank from which a thirsty iwomotin ml*ht drink, it ?u, m Act. tha lsadta* tank town of that aacttoa ot railroad, and although tha aim was not above the horizon, and tha stars wars st?U brichtly shinin* in a black and almost wintry' sky. town's dale cation of Democrats y* at tl? station. Thty thought that Bryan was always up. always making, speeches. alwasy smllia* and hlwajts stand m* up on tha back Platform of a car. . Thsy ballsve to this day that Dry?Juninda a spsecb to them. But ha Ha. doaan't know the train Moppad there, for It wss not Bryan wb0 want ? out on tha platform to *M*ms tham. but Robert F. Roas. WW sos of tha two foraicn trade ?jNtlsis of tha department of State, and at that ttms travelin* as Bryan's oon!l,UBt*- *<? ***** troobls. and rolling from his bert...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

The people who owe you gratitude fail yon wfeen Mm need them most. A savings account is ever ready to do yon a real and genuine service, la an ever abiding friend. A wise person will cultiTate snob a Wend. CITY NATIONAL BANK Mamrnah,, \m. CAPITAL. WM.1M.M ? t)R PL IB A*D VNDIYIOCD PHOflTI HI ilatillc C Ijuc- "* Jio A Ohio ... ?tbUhem tHeei *i m. PM rJi ?uUithtr.... S1J A ?> M ?y?(W.... I* y. a h. v.... jjfJ ARRETS ntwfc MirkM. [?ill Street. Auk. 1.?dulli ?ktntitrU*d optnlng iK*lln|l iy Price chimti In no lMlin?? ^e?t4?4 fraction!. The Canadian Paand faw other actlva Issues war# |wer. (JaoUiloM?Km? York Sloe* ? Jtctrle... JJfJij ??5gfc 8g , 'SI; til |l. l*UMIp A<wbiii.. **H . ??ia*... *H l.akt^h VaUar .? j? m n. v iitmii'. '*h H. K. AT...... Ili, Mo, Poetiio. ?1ft NilVimI 111s National Lnod.. m NKorMflMH I?S N Y <'antral HN SYuiu?.... ?K V. A w W? North American ?? ... W? K. P.. l-aottc Mall ... Pennsylvania.. People'* Ma?... I'n' a nt L... Ittobnrs C...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 August 1913

AUGUST 20th Get your votes ready for your favorite, e pony, vehicle and harness will be here a few days. The outfit is worth $300 that amount in gold will he divided among contestants if there is a tie. I s WW talks Alter Few Chiropractic Adjustmeits Given Up By Medical Doctors, I Who 8aid She Had Infantile Paralysis and Might Never Walk. LOTTHE PKUU, MTRRAY Cambria, ?*.. July .29. 1913 Dr. J: G. Creasy, Roanoke, Virginia. Dear 8ir.?In reply to your* of the 21st, I am glad to say that my little girl is getting along fine since T came home and I sincerely .hope she will continue to grow strong. To look at my little girl now, no one would ever think that she hsd been so she could not walk. Just think, a little more than a month ago she oould not get up from the floor without help. It almost broke tqy heart to see my dear and only little one in that awful and painful state. The M. I), doctors had told me that all had been done that could be done (or her and that she might never walk. Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 August 1913

MOSTUY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 4, 1918. ' ATTACK ON GOVERNOR Statement of Former President of V. P. I. ^ * ' ?? Telia Inside History of JSia Resignation sad Accuses the Executive of Trickery. Makes Reference to Mr. L. E. Johnson's Retirement aa Member of the Board?Mr. Johnson Declines to Diacuaa the Matter?Reply Prom R. J. Noell, of Radford, Who Is In Roanoke Today. ?' _____ FERNETHOUGH AND BANDY MENTIONED ? Richmond and Washington naw*papara of Sunday contained a statement tram Dr. P. B. Barrlnger. former president of th* Virginia Polytechnic Instituts. bitterly attacking Oovernor Mann for (ho part he took la matter* leading to Dr. Barrtagor'* resignation. Thl* la published In the World-Mew* this afternoon. Min IV J. Nooll. of Eaat Radford, who la In Roanoke today, makes reply to charge* against him In the Barrlnger latter. Hla reply la aa follow*: MR. NOBLX.-8 RKPLT. "I have only had an opportunity to hurriedly road Dr. P. B. lurrlnger* tenm unicst.ua to tha Tlmee-Dlapateh of August 1st...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 August 1913

Mrs. J?ny Orir la vitlllil rela[yaat ^iiwwr tu?J aepbew! '5r *?(' Mra.*/. W. P?<ll*o ?p?nt |? terday Jj-tbe Hm <?* ? ? Lney '? h*<1 two of Mi flnrera Injured ee rarely at the \^t Waah laundry this raorntnic. 1 ftJMmmm.. Wool WuTiameou land Krneat Gronfee, of Botetourt. arV etaitto* frtende and relative* h*r?. ?Mm Cora Alto and Mlaaea ttulnn. of |>lf. war* lb* aueata of Jdre. I.iikf . Kichardaon Saturday. B. R lMDuttl returned taaterday ftwB t wHti star at his ol<f home In "TB?a Mary Calhoun. of I.,frnchburjr. | Wua the ffueat ynterdtjr of t|? Mmm Mlae Ital* Tbraah?-r, of | Atlanta, to Ttatttn* rdMivH in iHoanoke *?J. JfcQlafc ut family, of dW'OM* 11 Be. war* ttia attoata of Mi | brother. W. A, ?lab,y eeterday. \ Mra. M W. Royal end llttla dauah tor. Arlona. left today for Pefcrlahura. KfSrcyMS: "**"? Mr. O I' lAoyd. of fandiaeky. O.. who la ylatttn# her old home m l? Mpoct*<l bar# thla eretdnc. and Wttl be the aueat o...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 August 1913

There is Full Satisfaction in 1 OUR SODA "'iOtr.&i!.: V- irfr; i# /? ?* ; ^ "VjE.5 jfl| In tha point af MrrtM and quality. *? Hull andaavor to offar yan kbMluto aatlaf action la oar aoda fountain drink*. l??ry modern m.thad tkat wtU add to your comfort, accommodation and convanlanoa la ta ka found at our fountain. Plant/ of floor mpm?a. comfortabla chaira aad Urea slaaaaa of dallcloua oraamy coda. Ex part mtxlac mathoda ara am. ployad In ordar ta laaura a an oat delicto tful blandln* of flavora. Wa ?l*a you aoda drlnka that ara at to drtak, aafa ta drink aad fully aatlafySPECIALS TODAY Iff yaa wait ?ha la?aa?, ?ha bart, ta dainty, daMataaa drtakablaa. aaaaa ta i NOT FOR NOTHING, i BUT TOR TOUR MONEY'S * WORTS DO WE DESIRE * TOUR PATRONAGE. . ^ Let Us Prove It to Too. RAD70RD STEAM / LAUNDRY, I Fresh Country Vegetables We receive daily- from the farm fraah vtgtUbka. Here te a list *? have for today: Cor*. Otiiona, Batter Bean*. libirkeytd Paa% Squash. New INHiloe*. Cabbae...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 August 1913

BARRIXGER AXD THE GOV. BUiOR. Mr. I. I>. Eggleston first entho field for til* presidency of 1.. It tu generally recognised Iito candidacy had behind It a it of political Influence, on tho activity ihown In connection with the office, sxprtsstd the opinion Mr. Eggleston was not the right for th* place. It did not look If an Individual holding a political and more or 1cm Identified with was properly quallAod for the icy of a treat educational InAfter Mr. Eggloston waa ?? reached the conclusion that j boat and wisest course to purvtte, to aocopt the situation and to j Eggleston full opportunity , what he can do. Thla op- > already haa presented itself i In the course of the next year or H- will ho amply developed, and [ llko all othor opportunities Ive abundant evidence of I Mr. Eggleston's election waa P. B. Barrlnger. who resigned esldency and who Is succeoded Eggieston. Is. in our Judga stroni and irood than, eml- . fitted to dlroet tho affairs of V P. L and to...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 August 1913

Free fans! Call and get a nice fan and keep cool. . As to the beat Pianos, on easy terms, we are headquarters. "No Notes to Sign" (tank* Mmw Co. CUT. MinilM. a?r. 117 W. Campbell Are. This morilMT at 11.11 o'clock > Tory quiet but lmpr?ulv, nwrrtif* ceremony eras performed by Ik* Rtv. J| a W NmI. of CMW, V?_. whin Misa Ople Williamson btcam* th* bride of Mr. William F. Bohn MIm Williamson hu for past held the poelUoa of wiitut principal of th* Park street school of tkla hlt^ ?M has Jut computed her dutleo (aa one of the teacher* of the Baamr Normal at Oalax. Ska la tka po?eeaor of muck womanly charm and bocana* of h*r bright Intellect a ad act!** Intereat la aehool work aka wtu be ssaah tnleeed. both by her pwplla aad aseoelate teacher*. Mr. Bokn. through hi* ladustrtoap neee aad talent for civil eagiaaeriag haa rtaea to tka reepoaslble pi^tlw of mm of the aaelatant engineers af tk* Norfolk aad Western railway Both Mr. aad Mr*. Boka are raatdeata of Roanok* and will be at...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 August 1913

? - ? ? ? ?? ""! ?*1. .?^ V j (jjiT Uj <_ [' > LnTt i >, [fitiUtoet. ?ftHfw HrWVWt'r* ?1 J . ? ^ ? ;.?? - :???? W ?tVY D A Rapid Disposal of All Surplus Stocks Revealed by Our Semi-Annual Inventory m{. (SALE BEGINS MONDAY, AUGUST 4th) ~ yG gjx mouths' business hol e has ever shown so gratifying a volume of sales as that recorded by our stock sheets at our semi-annual "round up" or inventory of goods on hand and that is why we ean well afford to be generous i nthe mark-downs?that. too. is the reason >Vhv "littlef'* prices than you ever knew will feature each day's selling until we've cleared the counters absolutely. We lay no importance whatsoever to original t ost or former price*, for our purpose is to effect the clearance with all possible dispatch. The merchandise we shall offer is all seasonable?all good?all worthy of your confidence. I ? . ?_ Neither you nor we have a minute to lose?quick action is DEMANDKD and COMMANDED! Thousands of...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 August 1913

WOBLD-NlffWBrMOliDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 4, 1913. Annual Mid Summer Clearing Sale?Contimi (Beginning Monday, August 4th) These Necessity Prices Will Help Reduce the High Cost of Living Neror before have we so willingly gone about the profitleas task of reducing Summer Stocks as right now in these high-cost-of-living days, when even the moet capable housewife bcnda under the burden of soaring prices for household necessities. If we rarn her gratitude we ahall feel repaid tenfold over, despite the loss entailed. v" ?*. ' '?? ^ This is no time to hesitate?we have neither time nor inclination to delay the disposal of everything that smacks of the good old summer time. And it is no time for YOU to hesitate?quick action is imperative! "GIVING A LITTLE MORE THAN IS NECESSARY" We have reduced pricea more than preaent conditions demanded, because we And that in pursuing the policy of giving a little more than folks eipect the women of this city give us a little more of their patronage from yea...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 August 1913

_ by Mm of her daughIm, Mn. Sidney Wlss. of Florida, and Mm R. C. Wilson. of Roanoke, who am bar house guesta It wai a larva Ud brilliant company of ladles fair and tbalr attendant knigHKs. waa tha chief feature of the ? at which there ware eljcht of participants. Despite the temperature, the came waa highly enjoyable. aa waa tha finale of cream and cake. Mrs. R. E. Burkett. tha eldest daughter of Mr*. Barry, and Mattle Spencer and tha honor aided tha hoateaa in entertaln- ? _ Round Dosen Club, of Bedford, waa antartslned very charmingly Wednsaisy afternoon at tha hospitable home of Mm T. D. Berry on College street. Tha hoateaa waa aaalsted by bar daughters. Mrs. R. E. Burkett, Mm Sidney Wlaa, of riorlda, and Mrs. R. C. Wllaon, of Roanoke. Refreshing Punch and fancy cakes were dlspsnasd, at tha conclusion of the gama * * * Dance WiiliHxUjr Nlglit. Tha Southwest German Club will give a mid-summer dance at the rink In Salem Wednesday night. Street oar laavaa Jefferson street and Campb...

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