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Lay aside those old
Ihoes and call In
and get a new pair
that will keep your
We can furnish you
GOOD SHOES for
Wholesale Cost and
WE ARE THE PEOPLE.
Sample Shoes a Specialty.
Yours to Serve,
Roanoke Shoe Go.
No. 13 S. JetTeraou St.
F. J. BUKT, Manager.
Ie Want You to
Know that we carrv the
beat line ot" STOVES in
the city. ? -
Look at Them
And bo convinced. Our
prices arc right, loo.
ENGLEBY & BROTHER CO.,
No. I Salem Avenue.
Those having brick and stone work
or vitrified brick pavements to be laid
would do well to call on or address
The l'roctical Contractor ami liullder.
Also all kinds of carpentei-wc.rk,
plastering, painting, kalsominiue, and
paper hanging done on bhort notice.
All work ".uaranteed.
J. T. FALLS,
3SIo. 5 Campbell Ave. S. W.,
M, Ml, Ml.
IT MAKES THE MAN.
Are the Best Tailored, the Nobbiest in
the city. Blue, Black and Oxford
Gray, $10, $12, $15 and $20.
Our $7 and $10 Suits
Are Handsome, Styles Correct, Make?
up Faultless, I'rices Below Competition
Cloves, and ail that goes to dre&8
the gentlemen at unusually close figures
In great variety,Overcoats find Reefers.
Mothers, bring the boys and flt them
MEALS & BURKE
102 Salem Ave. 205 Henry St.
Me Steam Dye Works,
J. A. DEVON, Proprietor,
Is the only reliable Dyeing and
Scouring establishment in the South?
west. All others advertised as steam
dye works are fakes. Beware. Bo
Bure to send for us. Ladies' and gent's
goods dyed and cleaued to perfection.
Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Black to
look new. Don't forgot our number,
1)0 CAMPBELL ST.,
Phone 229. Roanoke, Va.
Prompt Delivery and Good Work
Send to the Old Reliable,
ROANOKE STEAM LAUNDRY,
GBO. W. AMMKN & CO., Propru.
PHONE 11G. ISO KIKK AVK., S-' W
Send Us a Quarter
Two Dimes and a Half
II >ou lire uut til Ihr
eil? mill 1(1 rents
shilling and n six-pence
Twelve Two Cent stumps
Two Twelve t'eut Stumps, or
And we'll sontl you something useful for your desk or your
vest pocket, it will be huudy for your wife?It Is for ours. If
you uro not pleased we'll return the quarter aud you cau also
keep the article.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company,
opposite Hotel Roknokc
cow. l. Stone. President
W. H. Coffman, a ooal operator of
Bluefleld, was In the city yesterday.
Mrs. ThoB. P. Btiford has returned
from a visit to frionds in Washington.
W. W. Glbbs, formerly of the Norfolk
Pilot, was in the city yesterday on
C. B. Camper, editor of the Finoastle
Herald, was in ttao city yesterday on
Elijah Poage, a prominent citizen of
Poage's Mill, was in the city yesterday
Mibb Vista Brugh, of Hollins Insti?
tute, is visiting her mother on Eighth
avenue s. w.
Lynch Gardner and family went to
Ferrum yesterday to visit the family of
G. 0. Payne.
J. Emory Hughes, an attorney of
Lynohburg, was registered at tho Ponce
de Loon yesterday.
Mtsa Lucy Semple, of Rollins Insti?
tute, ia in the city visiting Mlas Lam
kin, on Salem avenue s. w.
Miss Emma Sholes, of Lynohburg,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Daddow, on Frfth street s. e., for tbo
past five months, has returned home.
Miss Mary Whaley, of Norfolk, la
visiting at Mrs. Luolan H. Cocke's.
She will appear In the chief lady's rolo
at the University benefit Friday night.
Frank Walker, of Rlohmond, has con?
sented to take one of the leading parts
In the play for the beneht of the Uni?
verslty of Virginia. Mr. Walker will
be remembered aB one of the sweet sing
era in the opera of "Patience," pre?
sented here several seaaona ago.
Tiik old reliable Lindoman & Sons
piano appeals to the highest musical
taate. Hobblo Music Co., solo dealers.
Tub trustee of B. Levy & Alexander
Is disposing of their entire steck of
goods, consisting of ready-made cloth?
ing, boots, shoes, Rents' furnishing
goods, underwear, &c, at No. 23 Salom
avenue, and In Salem, Va., at and be?
low cost. See advertisement in this
Second-hand blcycleB at all prices at
Roanoke Cyclo Company, 108 Salem ave
BUO 8- W.
W. K. Andrews ?fc# Co., 219 Salem
avenue, are strictly coal and wood
dealers. They keep everything you
need in that lino, and will deliver it
promptly. Look out for the belled
But Brush Mountain coal from W. K.
Andrews <fe Co., 219 Salem avenue. They
will sell It cheaper than it haa ever been
sold in the city. Look out for the belled
Thr Badford Steam Laundry, 816 Sa?
lem avenue, are now prepared to turn
out work in the beat style. Try them.
Fob seasoned oak or pine wood by the
cord, or cut and Bp)it for the stove, call
on W. K. Andrews & Co., $19 Salem
avenue. Their belled teams will de?
Fok the best work?the Swiss Steam
Laundry,333 Salem avenue west. 'Phone
are the fire twina. There's no getting'
along without thorn, and it's just as im?
possible to deny that our coal yard Is
the beBt supplied one Roanoko. You
save on the quality when you order of
us, and our customers always know that
they aro getting full weight. A ton
with us means a ton, not one or two
hundred woisrht short.
H. C. STARKEY & CO.
ACADEMY OF MUS IC !
FOR TWO WIGHTS.
nnd TH?RS i
"VHfl?. 20 & 21.
SOMETHING NEW FOR ROANOKE
Handsome Presents Given Away
One Set of Furniture.
Barrel of Flour,
Everybody Ueceives a Number.
Popular Prices Will Prevail.
A Good Show for Little Money
LOST?LAUT NIOUT ABOUT 7:3) O'OLOOK
somewhere between Church .-ml Henry
streets ?od tho niarkot house, a lady's double
cmed gold watch with * gljye huttouer tor chain
and bled carved on the case. Tho Ander will be
liberally rewarded by returning the same to mo
at No. 38 Church avoune n. w. MKS. 11. H. MBL
SON. 1117 It.
ILL SELL, TltADE OR KXCIIANOB
8-room dwelling. 1H High street, on terms
to suit purcbaser. Wrlto EK.15AHKsDAi.li,
Norfolk, Va. 11 IS 1W
FOK SALE.?MATTRESSES, BHVOK AND
cotton,, $9.25. Straw and cotton, $1.25. Up
bolstering. Factory. 816 Saltm aTennc. 1039 tt
HOW TO SPECULATE SUCCESSFULLY IN
Wheat, Cotton and Stocks. Mailed tree.
Send ns your name and address. COMSTOCK,
HUGH US ,t CO., Bankers and Brokers, No. 56
Broadway, New York.
WANTED ?1,000 FBET OAK FENCING
lumber and 390 feet 2x4 oak scantling.
State lowest cash price, delivered, and whon it
can be delivered. *'T. C. O.," care Tim us.
IWINTER AND CA KB FOH HOUSES AND
cowe cheap. Will call tor and return them. Ad
dress, J. LUCIAN MOOMAW, Cloverdale, Va.
1U 80 to 12 1
WANTED?CASH" PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc. Address 21) Salem arenuo or
P. O. Box 51)3, Uoanoke, Va. 1013 lm
Ramon's Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets
are a Perfect Treatment for Constipation
and Biliousness, ?fe?f One pill a dose.
AO HINTS WANTED.
WA N T E D.?MAN TO SUPERINTEND
branch oftlco for Western Manufacturing
Company. Salary $1,200 yearly. Hcferences und
fiKit)capital required. Address BOX 83, Atlanta,
Gil. 10 80 tf
AGENTS?A SNAP FOK YOU. SALES 1M
monso. Big pav. Will cost yon nothing to
test the business No samples needed. UOUSE
IlOLD SPECIALTY COMPANY, 71? W. Fomth
street, Cluclnnatl, Ohio. 10 15 tim
WANTED?TWO OK Til HEB ?ALESMBN
for good torrltory, to handle our line of
household goods. Good opportunity for en?
ergetic canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 3011 Commerco street, Koanoko, Vs.
Ramon's Liver PHI removes the bile.
The Tonic Pellet tones up the system.
Combined form a Perfect Treatment. 25c.
I Vv i i.i. SELL, A.
(new) for very little more than most dealers
cbarge for Pianos having no restitution.
Wrlto for catalogues add prices to
PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE,
STAUNTON. VA. .
Roanoke Shoe Manufacturing Co.
-25 SALE HI AVENUE
0"".V.I Kinds of Boots and Sboes Made and
Repaired. All Orders Punctually Attended to.
D. MORGAN Manager.
Factory Over Cnrr's ltottllng Works.
C. B. MEADOR'S,
South side Market Square, Invites
your attention to bis full and
complete Hue of
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete Hue of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW PRICE3 FOR CASH.
Ramon's Relief cures Sick-Headache,
Neuralgia, Cramps, Cholera Morbus,
Diarrhcua, &.c. 25c for large bottle.
Market Square Furniture Co.,
Have Jnit Received n New Stock of
Goods Consisting ot
Latest Styles of Furniture, Car?
pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur?
tains, Queens ware, Glassware,
Lamps, Cutlery, &c.
We Sell at Lowest Prices.
Be not deceived, but cull while on MARKST
auu examine our stock.
I Market Square Furniture Co.,
i ilarlsook Building. Market Square.
HOW 10 SAVE MONEY!
ItUY YOCK CKOCKItllCS OF
JOHNSON GROCERY COMPANY
Fine Family Groceries,
Confections, Notions and Shoes.
Also a Complete Line ot Tobacco and Cigars.
CSf- Give us a trial and be convinced that wo
can save you money.
Ko.402Third Ave., Cor.Fourth St. U.E.
See Our Specimens.
212 S. Jefferson Street.
GREAT ONE PRIG
Compare OTTZE^ i^J^XOIES Before -2Toul Pass
Ladies' Cloaks and Capes!
Ladies' Cloaks and Capes!
Ladies' Cloaks and Capes I
Greatest Values on Earth.
Immerse Sale* Attest the Merit of This Department.
Come and See!
Come and See!
Come and See!
Of the many big values we
name only one of the GKEAT
MARK-DOWNS for Mondn\'u Sale. They will nil
go Monday. Don't get left:
Fifty pairs 11-4 White Wool Blankets, extra heavy
and finely finished. The price $:t.75. An exceptional
value at the pri"e. These will roll away at out Great
Monday Side at only
Another bi? box of those large 81x00-innh Counter?
panes. Actual value to-day $1.25. WcinviteQQp
a match for less. These will go at . . . i^Ow
tine case, actual measure 81x01 inches. The price
87*0.. Thay will be closed out 70p na r?Vt
Monday at.? ^ GclOn.
Turkey Red Damask.
One solid caso new desicna in 00-inch fine Turkey
Red Table Damask, fast colors. Same goods now
being ?dvertised as a bargain in Ibis city at 35c per
yard, and this is the general value of it QQlp
At Monday's Rig Sale only.^OoVv
and best grade
Fringed Chenile Table Covers, one yard square. Rich
colors and pretty designs. Every- Af\r. ?c?Or?Tri
one will go Monday at only . . ^tvJLy ?C&Oli.
250 dozen Misses' and Boys'
Celebrated Ipswich Fast Black
Seamless Hose, double knees, heels, soles and toes.
No better wearing coods to be had at any price. At
MONDAY'S BARGAIN 111^ Q -noIV*
SALE ouly.??oKs fct pdiir
Ten pieces heavy, full 10-4
$2.99 a pair.
"r\/-v-r7"j 4 ftQ 100 dozen IC-inch extia henvy Ger
?UUjf HtJ?. man Linen Doylios, re.i, blue, gold,
salmon and yollow borders. These wo have been sell?
ing you at 00c per dozen, and big valre ut that. We
want to bell the entire 100 dozen on Monday.
5c each, or 60c per dozen.
day value 25c. Can't be bought anywhere for less
to-day. Comes in full length pieces, (not remnants.)
Ruy just what you want at Monday's Rig "I Qp
Special at only.-Lc^L/
Celebrated Androscoggin Bleached Muslin. Retails
ail the country over to-day at 10c. 1,807
yards to go on Monday only at.
Silk Warp Black Goods.
Of the many big things that await you we mention
just one : .'4-ir.ch pure Silk Warp Kndora cloth,
actual value $1.25. Advertisud nowhere for less.
(Our regular price to-day is $1.15.) We will close our
stock of this at Monday's QQn q ttq-r?ri
Grand Sale for only . . . ^OU Oh J CbL U.
? ustomers abuse themselves almost daily for being
so ill-advised as to throw away time and money on
the ch??ap trash bundled up and branded "l'alterus"
that uow infests our city.
There is No Pattern That Compare,? with
Kxperience with cheap and inferior patterns always
briuss wanderers back to the ONLY TRUE STAND?
ARD OF FASHION?BUTTERICK'S.
The Best is Always the Cheapest.
Wo are sole agents, and carry a complete line at
nil seasons. Ca:l and get a Fashion Sheet.
"WATT, EETTE"W Sz, CLAT"