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BEIRQNIMUS & BRUGU'S
We have deoided to clear the space
cccupied by our
Muslin Underwear Department.
THE STOCK EMBRACES:
Ladies' Night Dresses,
Ladies' White Shirts,
Ladiet,' Corset Covers,
Children's White Aprons.
The 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 the
majority of cases.
Will be fearfully cut. Muslin Under?
wear is a staple article, but we want the
space it occupies. Therefore an oppor?
tunity is offered you.
The materials of which the garments
are made oannot bo bought at such
pricos as these will be offered.
They are all out to be seen quickly
on our counters.
We invite the attention of all to this
FRIDAY, AUGUST I2TH.
to be continued until closed.
AND FARM PROPERTY.
Suburban property at Bedford City,
14-room brick house, with all modern
improvements, 12 acres of land, good
barn and aorchard;prlce SO,000. Addi?
tional land can be bought adjoining this
at 830 per acreo.
Pine farm of 154J^acreB, M mile from
N. & W. station and 25 miles from Roa
noko, 8-room house, all necessary.out
buildings, good orchard, well watered,
land of fine quality; price 83,000.
8500 cash, balance 8500 per year.
Eight-room dwelling with four acres
of land at Clovordalo, all necessary out?
buildings, Binall fruit of every kind;
Fine farm of 131 M acres at Cloverdale,
80 acres bottom land, 7 acres in wood,
5-room dwelling with dinine room and
kitchen in yard, good orchard, plenty of
out-buildings; price 80.000
150 acres of fine land on Little Otter,
in Bedford county, 75 acres of bottom
land, 80 acres in grass, convenient
to churches and schools; can be bought
at a bargain for caeh.
28 5 0 acres, 3 miles from Roanoke,
well watered, 5-room dwelling, 2 tonant
housos, fine location for truck or poultry
Six-room house on Campbell street
:near Park, SI,500.
Nine-room houie on Ninth avo. s. w.
Lot 50x130, 81,500.
Rare bargain in a lot on the West End
boulevard, 75x150 feet.
Four room cottage on Fifth avenue,
s. w., 81,000.
One of the best residence lots on Jef?
ferson street, price 81,000.
Splendid residence for sale on Terry
Hill; all modern conveniences. Sold for
812,500; price 85,000. Terms easy.
Houses for r6nt in all partB of tho
We represent tho beBt Fire, Life and
Accident Insurance Companies.
J. F. UHGFIELD,
EEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
110 Commerce Street.
DO TOD KNOW THAT
W D. STUART
HAS THE MOST COMPLETE
IN THE CITY AT
105 Church Avenue S. W.?
/, 'ull line of Flour, Hay, Grain and
Hill Feed. Also United States Stcok
and Poultry Food, Fouts Horse and Cat
tie Powders, at Prices to Suit the
Times. Free delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Qive me a call. 6 30 3m
Capt. J E. M. Wright, of Lynohburg,
is in the olty.
D. 0. Randolph, of Lynohburg, was In
the olty yeBterday.
James A. Pugh made a brief business
trip to Lynohburg yesterday.
Miss Maggie Blbh, of Clifton Forge,
is visiting friends in the oity.
Carey Coxe, of Montvale, visited
relatives in the city yesterday.
David Sisson, a merchant of Floyd
county, was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. C. P. Read has returned from a
short visit to friends In Martlnsvllle.
J. W. Moonoy and F. P. Obonshain,
of Salem, were in the city yesterday.
Ex-State Senator J R. Johnson, of
Christlamburg, was in the city yester?
Moss Taylor went to Franklin county
yesterday to visit relatives for a few
Julius Hoeps will leave to-day for
Baltimore. He will return via Wash?
Henry C Sh^lor ani family have re?
turned from a vi.-uo to relatives in Floyd
J. M. Woltz, of Columbus, Ohio, was
registered at tho Ponco de Leon Hotel
Hon. J. Allen Watts returned yostor
day from a brief Btay at Mountain Lake,
Morris, Henry and Gilbert Francis
have returned from a vist to relatives
at Floyd Court House.
John M. Catogni, who has been quite
ill at the residence of his brother, L.
Catognl, on South Jefferson street, was
somewhat better yesterday.
Miss Ella Malotto left yesterday to
spend a few weeks with friends at
Hampton and Newport News.
Herbert Saunders, an employo of J.
J. Catogni, has returned from a visit to
his parents at Louisa Court House.
Mrs. J. T. Hall, of Reldville, N. C,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. W.
O'Brien, at 1825 Campbell avenue.
Miss Maggie Murray returned to her
borne at Montvale yesterday after a
pleasant visit to friends lu this city.
Capt. H. L. Warner, of tho Roanoke
Light Infantry, wont to Crewe yester?
day to spend a lev/ days with friends.
Charles R Evans and wife have re?
turned from St. Louis, Mo., where they
attended tbe wedding of Mrs. Evans'
Mii-s Margarot S. Crane returned boms
yesterday after a month's visit to Dan?
ville and Cole's Hill, much improved in
The Misses Lena Prck and Annie
Eakln will leavo this morning for a ten
days' visit to Mountain Lake, Giles
Miss Pearl Pendleton, of Floyd Court
House, paused through the city yester?
day en route to Flncastle to visit
Mrs. M. M. Goodman and Miss Annie
Goodman, of Lynchburg, are visiting
Mrs. C M. Fortune, No. 332 Eighth
avenue s w.
Rev. W. A. Harris, president of tho
Virginia College, has returned from a
trip to Winston, N. C , in the interest
of his ichoo:.
Mrs. Jameii E. Porter and daughter,
Emily Telfair, have returned home
after a month's sojourn at Yollow Sul?
Miss Lena Robertson returned to her
home in Bedford City yesterday after a
pleasant visit to the Misses Crawford,
near Cave Spring.
Miss Mary Corrigan, of Lynchburg,
returned to her home yesterday after a
pleasant visit to tho Misses Manning in
Misb Maggie Ellis, daughter of Hon.
William M. Ellis, of Elliston, is in tho
city visiting Miss Maude Kent, on
Seventh avonuo a. w.
Miss Gussie Dacon, of Fincastle,
passed through the city yesterday on
her way homn from a visit to relatives
at Floyd Court House.
M. C. Jameson, comptroller of the
Norfolk and Westorn, who has been in
the city for several daya, left for his
homo in Philadelphia yesterday.
Mrs. O. P. Fllppo, wife of Rev. O. P.
Fllppo, left yeBterday for her home in
Philadelphia, after a three weeks' visit
to relatives and friends in this city.
Messrs. J. M. Gambill, C. A. Pillsbury
and Bs Lacy iloge returnsd- yesterday
morning from Lynchburg, where tney
attended tho Prohibition convention.
Mrs. Helen Thompson and her daugh?
ters. Miss VVilllo Thompson and ?rlrs. N.
C. Alnswortb, of Uollins, were in the
city Wednesday shopping and visiting
David L. Coon, of Washington, is in
tho eity visiting his brothers, J. W.
Coon, president of tho Commercial Na?
tional Bank, and .1. P. Coon, deputy
Miss Lucie Loving, of Arrlngton. Va.,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Jordan, on Fourth avonuo n. w., re?
turned home yeBterday morning accom?
panied by Mrs. Jordan.
MrB. C. E. Edwards, wife of the re?
ceiving clerk of tho Adams Express
Company, is critically ill at the family
residence on tho corner of Henry street
and Seventh avenue s. w.
Miss Minnie Gunn, a Presbyterian
missionary to LonaroB, Moxico, who has
been on a visit to nor fathor, ox-Mayor
Giles Gunn, of Vinton, will leave Mon?
day for Moxico to resume her work.
John Neeley has accepted tho position
of traveling salesman for the firm of
Eliasson & Nicholson, manufacturers of
smoking tobacco. Mr. Neeley left yes?
terday for the coal fields of West Vir?
Mrs. John B Adams, who has boon
visiting bur sister, Mrs. Rhodes, on
Seventh avenue s. o., for several weeks,
left for her home in Lexington, Va.,
accompanied by he? little daughtorv
Prof. J. A Barnhart, of Rocky Mount,
was in tho city yesterday on his return
from an extended trip to Now York and
Bridgeport, Conn. While there Mr.
Harnbart rocolvod a telegram announo
ing the serious illness of his mother.
On his arrival hero ho hoard the sad
nows of bor death, which occurrod Wed?
nesday. Ho left for Franklin yesterday.
Foit coal, wood and feed call on 11. 0.
StarKey, 237 Nor'olk av?nue; 'phone
Ou> papers for sale at this office for
10 oenta per 100
? DO NOT LOSE THE ?
Opportunity of Your Life
Which you will do It yon do not consult
DR. LOUI8 H. MATTHEZ.
Scientific Skill and Ability,
Practical Experience in the One
fitted Frames to Each Case,
Perfectly Ground Glasses,
Prices Consistent With Good
Accurate Adjustment Guaran?
No Guess Work,
No Trials or Experiments,
Are all facts calculated to
make Dr. Matthez' services
and glasses of great value. It
will cost you nothing for a
preliminary examination to
determine what is the matter
with your eyes and what it
will cost j ou to get good ser?
vice and glasses.
Ponce de Leon Hotel.
10 A. M. until 4 P. M.
reduced KATES to washington.
Crand KncRiupment of the Knights of
Pythlaa of the World.
The biennial encampment of tho Su?
premo Lodge and grand enaampment of
the Knightaof Pythias of the world will
bo held at tho 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 linos east of the Ohio
river, August 23d to 28th inclusive,
valid for return trip until September
tith; a-further extension of time to Sep
tombor 15th can bo secured, provided
the ticket in deposited with the joint
agent at Washington, D. O, on or be?
fore Soptember 6.
The rate from Philadelphia will be '
84, Pittaburg 88, Cumberland S4.5G, and i
c jrrespondingly low rates from all other
Maqhrtic Nervine quickly restores
lost manhood and youthful vigor. Sold
by Christian dfc Barbee.
It Ma; l>o us Much for Von.
Mr. FrrD Mll.lkr, of Irving, 111.,
writes that he had a severe kidney
troubio for many years, with severe
pains in his back, and also that his
hladdor was affected. Ho tried many
bo called kidney cures, but without any
good re3ult. About a yoar ago he began
the use of Eioetric Bittora, and found
relief at once. Electric Bitters is
espoci&lly adapted to tho cure of all
kidney and liver troubles, and often
gives almost instant relief. Ono trial
will prove our statement. Price only
50c for largo bottlo at Christian & liar
boe's drug store.
Kren&b, Kugltsli Jknd Music
A LADY., trraduato ol the Peabody Nor?
mal Seminary (New Orleans), with a
great oxporiunco in the above languages,
offers her services as TOBident or visiting
governess in a family or a position in a
col logo. Bestof references given. Ad
dross Felix Hotel, room 3 , duriDg'the
week- from U to 12 a. m.
"My boy was taken with a disease re?
sembling bloody flux. Tho Urs? thing
I thought of was vShamborlain'.s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remody. Two
doses of it settled the matter and oured
him sound and well. I heartily recom?
mend this remody to all persons suffer?
ing from liko complaint. I will answer
all Inquiries regarding it when stamp
is inclosed. 1 refer to auy county official
as to my reliability.'?Wm Roach, J. P.,
Priroroy, Campbell county, Tonn. For
Bale by Tho Chas. Lyle Druy Company,
Four Dig Socoesftss.
Having the noodod merit to moro
than mako good all the advertising
claimed for thorn the following four
remedies have roiched a phenomenal
sale. Dr. King's New Discovery, for
consumptions, coughs and colds, each
bottle guaranteed?Eleotrio Bitters, thn
groat remedy for liver, stomaoh and
kidneys. Buoklen's Arnloa Salvo, tho
best In tho world, and Dr. King's Now
Lifo Pills, which are a perfect pill. All
theso remodies are guarauteod to do
just what is claimed for them and the
dealer whoso name i* attached herewith
will ix ylad to sell vou moro of them.
Sold at Christian * lt"r?on*n drug storo
Old papors^for a?i? ;at this offloe ton
cents lo< 3
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
disposition if it is not carefully and tastily executed.
We are very careful as to the
wants and needs of a customer,
and watch faithfully 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 dnh times.
.'. .'. .*. .'. .'. Of course our prices are right.
THE STONE ^wTfSotobimq COMPANY,
BD. Ej. STONE, + > ? + ? + OPP. HOTEL ROAMOKK,
President. Rosnoke, Vs.
You can do it no more effectively than by
inclcsing thtm with one of our
Now that you have returned from your summer
vacation and are deep in business once more, call on
us and see what $5Q w^ do f?r y?u ^n our line.
THE CUSHMAN IRON CO.,
c. g. cushman,
President and Manager.
'Phons No. 3SP,. P. O. Hox No. 183.
Are broken brick. We have a good
sized pile of "Bats." Nobody used to
use them, but these hard titres we keep
a good bricklayer busy building brick
wal)s out 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
THE VIRGINIA BRICK CO
'Phone 263. Times Building.
Snyder & lacBaii
134 Salem Avenue. I
Quick-selling Prices on HosieII
and Muslin Underwear. II
LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSE. IS
Double so'os and benN, wbloh were I
bargain at 50o a pair, will close what < 8
have at 37>?o a pair. ?<s
A better quality that are worth 7C I
will closo them at 4Qo a pair. j?
We have about 8 dozen White Rich
lieu Ribbed Liale Thread Hoae that oc
75c a pair to land in thla country; w
close them at 25o a pair.
We wish to oall your special attentb
to the ,
Which we quote below, and as we ha1
quite a stock to close wo have made tl
out deep onough, which will be sure
move them within the next few days.
All alzos, tuoked and well made, wort'
75o, have cut to 49c each.
All sizes, with cambric ruffle, tucket
ruffleB trimmed with Torshon laoe arSj
embroidery, worth at least SI, have otB
LADIES* SKIRTS, 1
All sizes, beautiful goods, ruffles an
tucked, trimmed with laoe and embroil
ery, worth at least 551.35, have out to ttij
All sizes, beautiful goods and trimmes
very nicely with lace and embroiders
at 8112}*, 81.20 and up to 82.10 each
which are worth at least a third more.]
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS,
With cambric oollars andjcuffs, wortj
at least 75c, out to 40o each; all sizes, t
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS, g
Tucked and trimmed, with cambrfj
collar aud cuffs, worth 81, cut to 63}fj
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS, I
Tucked and trimmed with embroider] '
goods that should bo sold for Si.25, on
to74oeach; all sizes.
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS,
Beautiful goods, which are trimme
olegant and mado flrxt class, whlc >
should bo sold for 81.35, Si.75, 82 an
82.50 each, cut to 98c, SI-10, 81.47 an I
LADIES' CORSET COVERS.
About one-tbird loss than what the
About 35 Ladios' Corsets, sizes fron
25 to 29 only, wore 75c, cut to close a
37 %c each.
Same sizes in SI goods cut to 10c each
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 with|:
Infants' Shoes, worth 4Uc, now 10c.
Ladies' House Slippers, all leather, now 17c.
Misses' Button Shoes, spring heel, now 75c.
Misses' Spring Heel Oxford Ties, now 65c.
Ladies' Undressed Kid Slippers, now 68c.
Ladies' Solid Leather Kid Button, now 98c.
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.
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
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
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 wilk convince you without a
penny's charge. Money refunded lo dissat?
Goldstein's Shoe Store,
Corner of Salem Avenue and Jefferson Street,
(A. Wright & Co.'s Old Stand.) _ _