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SPECIAL SALE,^=^>
Muslin
Underwear
? AT ?
?iONIMUS & BWS
This week.
We have decided to clear tho space
cccupiod by our
Muslin Underwear Department.
THE STOCK EMBRACES :
Ladies' Night Dresses,
Ladies' White Shirts,
Ladies' Chemise,
Ladles' Corset Covers,
Ladies' Drawers,
Children's White Aprous.
Tho line is made up of a variety of
goods. The sizes are broken in a few of
the items, but can give any size in tho
majority of cases.
THE PRICES
Will be fearfully cut. Muslin Under?
wear Is a staple article, but we want the
space it oooupiea. Thsroforo an oppor?
tunity Is offered you.
The materials of which the garments
are made oannot be bought at such
prices as these will be offered.
They are all out to be seen quickly
on our counters.
We invite the attention of all to this
sale, beginning
FRIDAY. AUGUST I2TH.
to be continued until closed.
HEIRONIMUS&BRUGH
AND FARM PROPERTY.
Suburban property at Bedford City,
14-room brick house, with all modern
improvements, 12 acres of land, good
barn and aorchard;prloo SO,000. Addi?
tional land can be bought adjoining this
at 830 per acree.
Fine farm of 151 ,v acres, M mile from
N. & W. station and 25 miles from Roa?
noke, 8-room house, all necessary out?
buildings, good orchard, well watered,
land of fine quality; price S3,000.
8500 cash, balance S500 per year.
Eight-room dwelling with four acres
of land at Cloverdalo, all necossary out?
buildings, small fruit of every kind;
price 83,000.
Fine farm of 131V4 acres at Cloverdalo,
30 acres bottom land, 7 acres in wood,
5-room dwelling with dining room and
kitchen in yard, good orchard, plenty of
out-buildings; prico 50,000
150 acres of Uno land on Little Otter,
in Bedford county, 75 acres of bottom
land, 80 acres in grass, convenient
to churches and schools; can bo bought
at a bargain for cash.
28 5 0 acres, 3 miles from RoanoUe,
well watered, 5-room dwelling, l' tenant
housoa, fine location for truck or poultry
farm.
Six-room house on Campbell street
near Park, 81,500.
Nino-room houso on Ninth two. b. w.
Lot 50x130, 81,500.
Rare bargain in a lot on tho West End
boulevard, 75x150 feet.
Four room cottage on Fifth avenue,
8. w., 81,000.
Ono of tho best residence lots on Jef?
ferson street, prico 81,000.
Splendid residence for sale on Terry
Hill; all modern convonionces. Sold for
812,500; price 85,000. Terms easy.
Houses for rent in all parts of tho
town.
We represent tho best Fire, Life and
Accident Insurance Coin pantos.
J. I WINGFIELB,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
AGENT,
110 Commerce Street.
DO YOU KNOW THAT
W. D. STUART
HAS THE MOST COMPLETE
Feed Store
IN THE CITY AT
105 Church Avenue S. W.?
A full line of Flour, Hay, Orain and
Mill Food. Also United States Stcok
and Poultry Food, Foutz Horse and Cat
lie Powders, at Prices to Suit the
Times. Free delivery. Satisfaction
uar&nteed. Give me a call." [6 30 3m
PERSONAL.
Ralph Izard, of Washington, was in
tho olty yesterday.
Dorah H. Welse and Hester G?tz, of
Columbus. Ohio, wore registered at tho
Ponce do Loon Hotel yesterday.
Miss Ella Susie, of Richmond, who
has been visiting at Crockott Springs,
passed through tho city yesterday en
route homo.
J. Payno Thoaipson went to Rieh?
mond yesterday.
John L. Hooper, of the Norfolk and
Western oflicos, left last night to spend
a few days In Richmond and Norfolk.
Miss Evelyn Parker, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Juntua Fish
burne, for several weeks, left for b -r
homo in Chattanooga yesterday.
George C. Mooinaw wept to Lynch
burg yesterday to attend tho Populist
convention.
Tony Powell, of tho Friendship Fire
Company, left yesterday for Lowmoor,
which place ho will make his future
home.
T. S. Van Horn, rrcently appointed
State agent of tho Hankers' Allltnce
Lifo Insurance Company of Pennsyl?
vania, left yesterday for I'niladoiphia.
Walter S- Hoono went to Bedford
City last night to spend a few days with
friends.
N. W. Pholps, who has been in the
city for the past two weeks, returned
to Bedford last night.
T. W. Landcrkin, the furniture
dealer, returned yesterday afternoon
from an extended trip to Frederick aod
Baltimore.
J. E. Updyke, of Pccahontas, was in
the city yesterday.
Miss Lottio C illins, of Rasi Radford,
is in the city visiting friends on Taza
well street.
Robt. D. Ghriskey. of Philadelphia,
s visiting Dr. Tice on Jefferson street.
L. C. Tabb, of Bluefleld, W. Va., was
in tho city yesterday on business for
some of the companies he represents.
A. Weiner left yesterday for a brief
business trip to northern cities.
J. D. Hobbio left la?t night for the
north to pure has-; fall stock.
Mrs. W. N. Wellford, of Lynchburg,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. D.
Hob-rie, at 315 Church avenue s. w.
Charles W. Beckner, of Montvalo, was
in tho city yesterday.
Rov. G. McManaway. a Baptist min?
ister of Littlo Rock, Ark., is in tho city.
Rnv. B. F. Ball, presiding elder of tho
Roanoko district of the Baltimore con?
ference of the M. E. Cautcn South, was
In tho city yesrtrday.
M. C. Jameson, of Philadelphia,
comptroller of the Norfolk and Western
railroad, was in the city yeBterday.
J. R. Peterson is quito ill with ty?
phoid fever at tho residence of his
brother-in-law, Eiward Webb, No. 331
Commonwealth avenue n. e.
R. S. Williams, who has been a book?
keeper for tue Evans hardware firm for
6everal years, has resigned chat posi?
tion to occupy one in tho auditor's de?
partment of the Norfolk and Wostern.
Prof. S. S. Handy, principal of Allo
ghany Institute, and Dr. C. L. Cockc,
president of llollins Institute, went to
Ta/.ewcll Court Home yesti rday to at?
tend tho LobanOM Baptist Association
that convened thoro Wodnesday.
Dr. E T. Strickland, of Bothania,
N. C, is in the city visiting his brother,
Dr. J. T. Strickland.
J.. H. Cutchin returned yesterday
from a businoss trip to Bluefleld, W.
Va.
P. H. DiUard, an attorney of Rocky
Mount, was in the city yesterday on
legal business
Miss Addle Dillard, returned to her
homo in Rocky Mount yesterday after
a pleasant visit to tho family of J. W.
Wingfleld on South Jefferson street.
J. T. Brown, of tho firm of Jarrett
& Brown, wont to Bedford City yester?
day.
Charles S. Churchill, engineer inain
tonanco of, |way of \i\io Norfolk and
Wostern railroad, left yostorday to
spend his vacation at his old home in
Pottsvillo, Pa.
EL M. Luck, of Chattanooga, Tonn.,
who has been In tho city for sovoral
days, wont to Montvalo yesterday to
visit rolativos.
Miss M. A. Morgan, of Sulfolk, is in
tbe city visiting friends.
W. P. Gilkeson, of tho firm of Giiko
son it Child, returned yostorday from
New York, whoro ho purchased a large
stock of full bats and gents' furnishing
goods.
S. B. Harrell and wilo, of Norfolk,
were, registered at tho I'onco do Loon
yoBtorday.
W. W. Goodykoontz, of Radford, wa3
in tho city yesterday.
R. C. Taylou, Murfroosboro, Tonn,
writes: "1 have used tho Japanese Pile
Curo with great satisfaction and sue*
coss.' Sold by Christian & Barboo.
In Marriage a FallureT
Havk you boon trying to got tho bost
out of oxistonco without hoalth in your
family? Havo you been wearing out
your lifo from tho effects of Dyspepsia,
Livor Complaint and Indigestion? Are
you sleepless at night? Do you awake
in tho morning fooling languid, with
coatod tongue and sallow, haggard
looks? Don't do it. A shout in tho
camp tolls how Aunt Fanny's Hoalth
Restorer has. cured othors] It will curo
you. Trial package froo. Largo sWo
50c, at Christian <fe Barboe
That oily and rough Bkin curod and
tho fano and hands beautified by John
Bon's Oriental Soap; medicated and
highly perfumed Sold by Christian &
Barbee
A Household Treasure.
D. W. FUI.I.BR, of Canajohario.iN. Y
says that he always keeps Dr King's
New Discovery in his house and his
family has always found tho very bost
results follow Its use; that ho would not
bo without it, If procurable. G. A.
Dykoman, druggist, Catskill, N. Y.,
Bays that. Dr. King's New Dlscovory Is
undoubtedly the best cough remedy;
that ho has used it in his family for
eight years, and it has never failed to
do all that is claimed for it. Why not
try a remody bo long triod and tolled?
Trial bottle free at Cnristian ?fc Barbie's
drug store. Regular si/.o 50 cents and 81.
Fottooal, wood and fed call on II. C.
Starkey, 237 Norfolk avenue; 'phone
315,
? DO NOT LOSE THE ?
Opportunity of Your Life
Which Ton ?rill do If you do not consnll
DR. LOUIS H. MATTHEZ.
Scientific Skill and Ability,
Practical Experience in the One
branch,
Thorough Fxaminations,
fitted Frames to Each Case*.
Perfectly Ground Glasses,
Conscientious Labor,
Prices Consistent With Good
Work,
Long-lasting Spectacles,
Accurate Adjustment Guaran?
teed,
No Guess Work,
No Trials or Experiments,
Are all facts calculated to
make Dr. Matthez' services
and glasses of great value. It
will cost j'ou nothing for a
preliminary examination to
determine what Is the matter
with yo\xr eyes and what it
will cost jou to get good ser?
vice and glasses.
OFFICE:
Room 20,
Ponce de Leon Hotel.
HOURS:
ID ft. M. until 4 P. M,
Hi: 1)1! (in BATKS TO WASHINGTON.
Grund Encampment of the Knights of
Pythlae of tho'World.
Tue biennial encampment of the Su?
preme Lodge and grand encampment of
tho Knights of Pythias of the wcrld will
be held at the national capital August
27 to September 5.
For this occasion tho Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company will sell round
trip tickets at reduced rates from all
stations on its lines oast of tho Ohio
river, August 23d to 2Sth inclusive,
valid for return trip until Soptember
6th; a further extension of time to Sep
tember 15th can be Hecurr-d, provided
the ticket is deposited v.ith the joint
agent at Washington, D. C, on or be?
fore Soptember C.
Tho rate from Philadelphia will bo
?84, Pittsburg SS, Cumberland SI 55, and
correspondingly low rates from all other
stations.
Magnetic Nervine quickly restores
lost manhood and youthful viiror. Sold
by Christian ?fe Barbee.
It May Do na Much for Von.
Mil Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.,
writes that ho had a sovero kidnoy
trouble for many yoars, wi.h severo
pains in hi3 back, and also that his
bladdor was afT< cted. Ho tried many
so called kidney cures, but without any
good result. About a year ago bo began
tho uso of Electric Bitters, and found
relief at once. Electric Bitters is
especially adapted to tho euro of all
kidney anl liver troubles, and often
gives almost instant relief. One trial
will prove our statomont. Prico only
50c for large bottle at Christian ',& Bar
bee's drug store.
French, KurIIsii and Music
A LADY, praduatoof tho Peabody Nor?
mal Sominary (New Orleans), with a
great experience in the above languages,
offers her services as resident or visiting
govornoss in a lamily or a position in a
collogo. Host of references given. Ad
dross Felix Hotel, room 3, during the
wook from 0 to 12 a. m.
"My boy was taken with a disease re?
sembling bloody flux. Tho first thing
I thought of was Chamborlain'j Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhtea Romedy. Two
doses of it settled the mattor and cured
I him sound and woll. I heartily recom
I mend this romedy to all persons.suffer?
ing from like complaint. I will answer
all inquiries regarding it when stamp
is inclosed. 1 refer to any county official
as to my reliability.'?Wm Roach, J. P.,
Primroy, Campbell county, Tenn. For
sale by The Chas. Lyle Drug Company,
druggists. _
Four Hlg Successes.
Havino tho needed merit to more
than mako good all the advertising
claimed for them tho following four
remedies havo reached a phenomonal
sale. Dr. King's New Discovery, for
consumptions, coughs and colds, oach
bottle guaranteed?Electrio BittorB, the
groat romedy for livor, stomach and
kidneys. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo, the
best In tho world, and Dr. King's Now
Life Pills, which are a perfect pill. All
theso remedies aro guaranteed to do
just what is claimed for them and tho
dealer whoso name is attached herewith
will ho glad to sell you more of them.
Soid at Christian &. llarboo'sdrug store.
Old paporajfor ??1? at this offloej
cents IfXB
OrJinary Printing:
It "answers the purpose?" Does it? A very
important item in connection with your stationery is
the impression it leaves. It may reveal a slovenly
dispositlou if it is not carefully and tastily executed.
We are very careful as to the
wants and needs of a customer,
and watch faith fuliy all details
In connection with an order, large or small Our
facilities are almost ideal and make it. comparatively
easy for us to do so Perhaps this will explain why
we have been busy during the dv.ll times.
.'. .*. .*. .". .'. Of course our prices are right.
THE STONE COMPANY,
KD. I,, STONE, 4- ? -v- ? OPP. HOTEL ROANOKG,
President. Kosuoke, Va.
BEAUTIFY
YOUR
You can do it no more effectively than by
inclcsing them with one ot our
IRON FENCES.
Now that you have returned from your summer
vacation and are deep ia business once more, call on
us and see what $50 will do for you in our line.
<?LM?gg
THE CUSHMAN IRON CO.,
C. G. CUSHMAN,
President and Manager.
'Phono No. 353. P. O. Pox No. JS2.
BATS
Are broken brick. We have a good
sized pile of "Bats." Nobody used to
use them, but these hard iiorcs we keep
a good bricklayer busy building brick
walls cut of "Bats" for our customers
They do first rate for foundations, and
any rough work. A wall of 'bats"
costs about half what a wall of whole
bricks cost.
THE VIRGINIA BRICK CO
'Phone 263. Times Building.
Snyfler k iacBaifll
134 Salem Avenue. |f
Quick-soiling Prices on Hosiery u
and Muslin Underwear. ?B
LADIES' VAST BLACK UOSB, N Igt
Double solos and beol?, which wore a
bargain at 50a a pair, will close <vb.Uwe fl
have at 37>jC a pair. Hj
A butter quality that aro worth 7Sc, B
will close them at lOo a pair. H
Wo havo about 8 dezen White Riehe-? fr
lU u Ribbed Lisle Thread lloso that coat H
75c a pal? to land in this country; will
close them at 25o a pair. m
Wo wish to call your special attention
to tho
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Which wo quoto below, and as we have
quite a stcok to close wo havo mado the
cut deep enough, which will bo sure to
move them within tho next few days.
LADIES' SKIRTS,
All sizes, tucked and well mado, worth
75o, have cut to 40c each.
LADIES' SKIRTS,
All sizes, with cambric rullle, tucked,
rullles trimmed with Torsholt lace and
embroidery, worth at least 5L, havo out
tu OSc each.
LADIES' SKIRTS,
All sizes, beautiful goods, rutllos and
tucked, trimmed with lace and embroid?
ery, worth at least SI. 35, have cut to 08a
each.
LADIES' SKIRTS,
All sizos, beautiful goods and trimmed
vory nicely with laco and embroidery,
at H.liXt 81.80 and up to S2.10 each,
which are worth at least a third more.
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS,
With cambric collars and^cuffs, worth
at least 75c, cut to 40c oach; all sizes.
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS,
Tucked and trimmed, with ctrubrla
collar and cuffs, worth $1, cut to U2>$Q
oach.
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS,
Tucked and trlnmcd with embroidery,
goods that should bo sola for SI.25, out
to 74c each; all slz?s.
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS,
Beautiful goods, which am trimmed
elegant aud mado lirst clans, which
should bo sold for 81.35, 81.75, S3 and
83.50 each, cut to 080,81.10, SI.47 and
81.08 e>ch.
LADIES' CORSET COVERS,
CHEMISE.
DRAWERS AND
MISSES' DRAWERS
About one-third lev? than what they
are worth.
About 35 Ladles'Corsets, sfzia from
25 to 20 only, wt?ro 7."ic, cut to close at
37}vj'c each. ;
! Same sl/.os in SI goods cut to 10^ oach. \
SEE WINDOW.
1 Snyder & MacBain. ;
Prices Lower Than Ever Before.
We have marked Shoes down to such a low price that it seems
as if prices are of no object. Below are a few of
our prices to begin withl:
Infants' Shoes, worth 40c, now I Do.
Ladies' House Slippers, all leather, now 17c.
Misses' Button Shoes, spring heel, now275c.
Misses' Spring Heel Oxford Ties, now 65c.
Ladies' Undressed Kid Slippers, now 68c.
Ladies' Solid Leather Kid Button, now 98c.i;
About 300 pairs Ladies' Fine Dongola Button, hand turned, worth $2.50 to $3.50. Now
they go at your choice of any pair for $1.50.9
Persons having narrow feet, such as A, B and C, can get $5 shoes for $2.50. As we
have about: 1,000 pairs made on different shapes [some in the lot will suit most
anyone.
Men's Fine Calf Skin'Shoes, Gaiters and Lace, now $1.98.
Men's Patent Leather Lace Shoes, worth $3, now $1.49.
Bannister's fine Patent Leather Bals and Congress, regular $6 and $7 quality, now go
at $3.25J
Men's Shoes, solid leather, lace and gaiters, worth $1.50, now go at 98c a pair.
Boys' Lace Shoes, 3-5, worth $1.50, now 98c.
Youths' Lace Shoes, 12-2, worth $1.25, now 85c.
Ladies' Low Shoes and Slippers all go at half regular prices.
Remember, we are the cheapest Shoe House in
Roanoke. so before purchasing elsewhere give
us a trial and we wili convince you without a
penny's charge. Money refunded lo dissat?
isfied purchasers.
Goldstein's Shoe Store,
Corner of Salem Avenue and Jefferson Street,
_ (A. Wright & Co.'s Old Stand.) ._

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