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Special Attention is Galled
Room 5C8 Terry Building,
>v. o. bard a wat. AP.CHKH l. I'AVNK.
JJARDAWAY & PAYNE,
Rooms Nos. 4 and 0 Kirk Building,
SGriffin, Wm. A. Glasgow, Jr.,
? Bedford City, Va. Roanoko, Va.
GRIFFIN & GLASGOW,
Attorneys-at-law, rooms 611, 613 and
614 Terry building, Roanoke, Va. Prao
tioe in courts of Roanoke city and
county and adjoining counties.
j. allen watts. wm. gordon rorertboh
kdward w. rorertbon.
atts, rorertbon a robertson,
Room 601-3-4-, Terry Building.
Attorney-at-law and Commissioner
Lock box 110, Roanoke, Room 10,
Second Floor, Kirk Law Building.
william l17n8ford a. blair antrim.
LUNSFORD A ANTRIM,
Office?Masonic Temple, corner Jef
ftrson and Campbell streets.
Jjf- ?aS?i33 Salem Ave,
Loan & Trust Co
MANY NOTABLE IMPROVEMENTS.
More Permanent Aligmont.
Improved Spacing Mechanism.
Lighter and Widor Curriage.
Economical Ribbon Movement?
Uniform and Easy Touch,
Improved Paper Food,
John B. Culpeper,. Sales Agent,
706 EAST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND. VA.
Chlebentcr'a KnclUh Diamond nrond
Orlfflnnl nnil Only Genuine.
oafc, alwij-a rrllsblo. ladicp ?
DraggUt for niehtttert JBMMM
??<m<( /Iran.? In ltcd tio.l ISM nif l?llio\
ics. st-n'.M wlih bint, rit.lwn. Tnk?>
i? other. Rr/UM?dangtroitt tHhttttW
mt nn.l imtlatiom. M DroggtMt, or ?rnJ4r.
ffamps for piuilcuUrs, ?stMMaUlfl and
Rdlef f?r I.wllem" "?I" hr return
..loll. 1?.oooTMImoaiaU. .V.im? I'aytr.
:?l DrucSllU. I'tilladu., I'm,
Drunkenness and Drug Habits
SucccssfnlK- treated l>v the use of Van Devan
ter's " TKlin-TONIC." Send for circular of
Information to R. L. van devantf.*, HAobrb
town, Md. Sold by druggists. Jl.fO per bottle
Koanoke Times ? ? ? NBWS
Head our list und then come and see
U8, for we can save you inouey
by selling you Bome of the
most Desirable Property
in Town on easy terms.
7-room dwelling and ?table on
"lot. Seventh aveune e. w, $1,060;
cash $*J0; balance on easy terms.
||n 1 _8-room dwolllntr, earner lot, 60x
HO. L 130, Sixtn street s. w? $1,160;
cash f it*); monthly payments, $15.
Un n s-roorn dwelling, eonthwest,
i?U ? 0. hurd wood llnlsh, modern Im?
provements, $2,500; cash $500; monthly payments,
Un / _10-room dwelling, with stable
HO. *t> and oarrlagc house, large lot.
Price $3,300; cash $500; balance $150 a year.
510-room dwelling on South Jet
. ferson, handsomely finished,
with ail modern conveniences, $'2,350; casti $360;
monthly payments, $30. This la a great bargain.
Nn C 6-room dwelling on Holiday
Ii U ? D. atrcet a. e., larue lot, 60 leet
rallrouu frant, $S50; $160 cash and $15 per month.
fl-room dwelling, with bath, on
"Dale avenue a. e., $1,800; 300
cash; $13 pur month.
Mn Q _C-room dwelling, Ta/.ewell ave
W?. 0. nneL e.; lot 40x130; $1,000; $50
cash and $10 per month.
SJn Q 7 room dwelling, Ta/.cwcll avenue
ISU. 0."""s. e.; $1,050; casn $60; monthly $10.
Un I ft _7-room dwelling, Edgewood
'?'0- IU street a. c.; $1,0J0; cash $60;
monthly payments $10.
fi-room dwelling. First avenue
"a. w? near round house; $1,000;
lift I O 4-room cottage. Third avenue
l"U. ! /.""n. w., $830; cash $50; monthly
U. I Q 10-room dwelling, bath-room,
nUe 10* cellar, store-room, corner lot;
northeast; $1,800; cash $500; balance, easy pay?
Mn f A 2 story frame dwelling, First ave
1?0 I **"""nue n. e.; $100; cash $10; monthly
Mn I ? 8-room cottage, sewer connection;
JsO. I U.~~~northeast; $300; cash $1C; monthly
Mn I C 7-room dwelling, marble mantels,
nOi ID. hardwood finish, two squares from
Terry building; coat to build. $3,30'; price $1,300;
cash $300; balance $13.60 per month.
Great Bargain In Truck Farm.
5AORBS highly Improved land, new six room
dwelllug, stable and out-bulldings; wind mill
and reservoir, from which ?11 the land can bo
watered; one mile from corporate limits, near
electric car line. Cost $3,500. Price now $1,460.
" Pippin " Apple Land.
I I O aches of nice level land, twenty-five
? I O acres of it rich bottom; one-half the tract
In good timber. Tut? land lies on Back creek, in
the famous -Pippin" applo belt. Twenty-live
large assorted apple trees. Price $1,150 cash.
This is a flue Investment.
t?P~ Also many other desirable farms in this
and adjoining counties.
T. W. SPINDLE & CO.,
104 Jeflerson 8treet, Roanoke. Va.
is only skin tieef."
A clear, soft skin hcautifics any
face and doubles its attractive?
ness. No complexion is so poor but that^lkl
its owner may gain a new share of beauty II?
by using Dr. Hcbra's Viola Cream. It is W,^
not a cosmetic or " wash," but a pure, tie- \?
lightfui emollient, which coaxes Nature to
create a new complexion. It imparts fresh
vitality to the skin, dfspclling all redness,
roughness ? freckles, pimples, liver-moles,
blackheads, sunburn and tan. It is abso.
Cream. Ordinary soaps are liable to be harsh
and impure, but Viola Skin-Soap is perfect
and hastens the good work. All druggists or
mailed for 25 cents. Send for circular.
O. C. IUTT.NEU CO., TOLEDO, O,
cans, sunoiirn ana inn. n is aoso
larmless and sure. Sold by druggists
iled for 50 cents. Viola Skin-Soap
be used in connection with Viola
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost everybody takes some laxative
medicine to cleanse the system and keep the
blood pure. Those who take SlA\MONS
LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder)
get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant
laxative and tonic that purifies the blood
and strengthens the whole system. And
more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU?
LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active
and healthy, and when the Liver is in
good condition you find yourself free from
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
that worn out and debilitated feeling.
These arc all caused by a sluggish Liver
Good digestion and freedom from stomach
troubles will only be had when the livci
is properly at work. If troubled with any
of these complaints, trv SIMMONS LIVER
REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi?
cines, and Better than Pills.
?&- K VERY P AC 11A G K -
Has the Yj Stamp in red on wrapper.
?"* V. V>Mi'? Ar Co.. Philo.. T>
A Itcmnrkablo Woman.
The dowager Lady Stanley of Alder
Icy, whoso death took place not loug
since, was a remarkable woman. Her
great ago of S? was no hindrance to her
extraordinary intellectual aud physical
activity. She was born boforo the jubi?
lee of George III, was presented at court
to George IV, was familiar with t.ho
widow of tho young prcteudor, and was
present both at the coronation and at the
jnbiloo of her majesty Queen Victoria.
Moro than half a century ago Lady Stan
loy was 0110 of (lie original promoters of
tho Queen's college and one of the
members of its first council. Sbo assist?
ed Miss Eruily Davies, to whom tho
foundation of Girton college was main?
During her wholo lifo she has been
working for tho education of women,
never endeavoring to monopolize the
credit, aud all this good work was ac?
complished while taking a duo interest
in her children, even to tho second and
third generation. Lady Stanley had 12
children, 7 of whom aro now living.
Recently sbo regretted she was not ten
years younger, to explore some of the
uowly investigated regions of central
Asia, aud it is related that on one of her
Inst visits to tho premier, Mr. Glad?
stone, when ho endeavored to tnru tho
conversation from polities by alluding
to u recent novel, sbo said: "Donut let
us talk of novels. Leave them for your
old age as I do. " A singular remark for
a lady of 8? addressing a statesman of
Tho Typewriter In India.
A quaint talo of a typewriter is told
by an Anglo-Indian who has just come
home. One of tho Euglish judges iu
India was an expert on tho machine,
and it occurred to him to use it for the
tnkiug of judicial notes. The machine
was convoyed into court, when a certain
novelty was imparted to the proceedings
by the click of the keys and the tinkle
of tho bell which indicated that a liue
had boon completed. Tho prisoner was
found guilty and sentenced. Prompt.y
ho appealed, on tho ground that instead
of listening to the evideuco the judge
had whiled away his timo by playing
on a musical instrument.?Realm.
Tho Danger of Holt*.
Doctors say that they f'dor the general
wearing of belts of lato has caused not
a litt lo overlncing. Thero seems some
ground for this apprehension. One can
so easily pull np a belt a little and the
result makes all the difference between
an absurdly large waist and one that
looks trim and becomingly curved. Wo?
men who have never thought of tight
lacing aro induced to try it for tho first
time when they wear a silk belt with a
gown. The only other refuge for the
stout is no waist liue defined at all.
"You told mo to bring something home
when I oamo this ovoning, Mario," snld
Mr. BilhlS, who had just come in, "and
I've forgotton it, hs usual. I have so ninny
things to think of during the day, any?
how, " ho wont on, with soino resentment,
"that it's an imposition to burden mo
with a trilling commission nnd expect mo
to charge >ny mind with it all day long.
Now I know perfectly woll there was some
littlo jiggumbob or kickshaw you asked
mo this morning to bring when I started
for homo tonight, but I haven't thought,
of it. from that timo to this. What was It?
I may as woll take my lecture right now,"
"I asked you, John," replied Mrs. Bil
lus, "not to forgot to bring your bend
homo this evening."?Chicago Tribune.
No Living With Ulm Slnoe.
"Strikes mo that Vanderchump is awful?
"He is. You know how it camoabout?" .
"Why, several years ago the report got
out that ho wns dead. Several papers
printed bis obituary, and of OOUrsc he read
Filling tho mil.
Contractor?1 trusted you to overlook
this work, and hi re the thing I was most
particular about you have neglected alto?
Overseer?And Isn't that overlooking it
entoiroly, I'd like to know)?Boston
Tho Dcvil'i, C:ip.
In nicdkr.val dramas the part of tho
devil was always played in a pointed
red cap, with two side points or tnssols.
S<> much importance was attached to
this cap that on one occasion, in France,
an actor refused to pin}*, and tho enter?
tainment was postponed becanso his
"devil's cap" had been stolen and it
was impassible to play tho part of satan
without a proper headpiece.
MIT ON THE BATTLEFIELD.
General Mile* Tolla of tho Sensations Pro?
duced by Gunshot Woandi.
"Yon Lave been wounded several
times, general. How does it feel to bo
"That depends upon where tho ball
strikes you," replied General Miles. "If
it pusses through tho lleshy part of tho
body withont hitting tho bone, it is n
half mile away beforo you realize that
yon uro shot. If it meets with resist
unco, however, you got tho full forco of
tho bullet, uud it strikes you liko a
Bledgo hammer. I was shot in tho neck.
Tho ball cut along tho side of my
? tbrout, under my eur and passed on. At
Cbancollorsvillo n ball struck my waist
bolt plate, and then, deflecting, went in?
to tho body. Tho blow paralyzed me. I
could not move for weeks from my
waist downward, and every ouo thonght
I would die. I wus taken homo to Mas?
sachusetts, and after a few days I sur?
prised tho doctors by moving my right
foot. They took this for a sign that tho
bull was in tho opposite side of tho body
and probed for it, laying tho bone of my
hip bare. They found tho bone broken
and took out nine pieces, leaving one,
which they failed to find. They found
the bullet several inches farther down
than these pieces of broken bone.
"At unothor time I was wonuded in
tho shoulder by tho half of u bullet. I
was holding my sword up to my shonl
dor when the bullet struck tho edge of
tho blado and was cnt in two, ono lxilf
of tho bullet flying on und the other go?
ing into my shoulder. At another time
I was wounded in tho foot, tho ball
striking a Mexican spur that I was
wearing and going off into my foot.
By tho way, I think I have thespur."
Hero tho general opened a drawer in his
desk and pulled out a big Mexican spur,
which was broken on ono side. Tho
break was caused by tho bullet striking
tho spur.?Bloomington (Ills.) Para?
FRANCE AND ENGLAND.
Annihilation of tho British Empire From
a French Point of View.
As a specimen of rabid writing in tho
French press I givo a passage from an
article I once read in Lo Mntiu:
"Tho Euglish empire in India is now
a spectacle of extortion, rapine, famiuo
and bankruptcy. All crumblo iiito ruins
?towns, villages, reservoirs and publio
works, temples anil tombs; tho railways
pass through deserted villages and di?
lapidated towns ; tho ordiuaiy highways
uro impracticable?it is impossible to
uso a carriago 12 miles outsido of Cal?
cutta. Tho English have made a purely
superficial conquest of these vast regions.
They do not livo thero; they nro only
encamped; their children dio there, und
with their gross bodies?all flesh and
blood?they cannot acclimatize thorn
solves there. India is for them a placo
of oxile, a tropical Siberia, which they
cscapo from as soon as possible; they are
equnlly detested by tho Hindoos and
Mussulmans. Tho flame of this implaca?
ble hatred poisons tho lives of tho con?
querors. The day when Russia blows
upon this castlo of enrds it must fall
immediately, nud England of tho British
channel will perish through India. Asia
will ceaso to be a sterilo and withered
branch of humanity. Once escaped from
tho vampires of London, sho will revive
and awako to a now oxisteuce. Tho Rus?
sian conquest on tho banks of tho
Ganges will bo the signal for tho down?
fall of the Anglo-Saxon power in both
hemispheres. Nothing will remain
standing In the parent country?aristoc?
racy and church, commerco nud indus?
try, will simultaneously disappear."
Tho writer, having thus annihilated
tho British empire and distributed her
colonies "among tho great powers,"
goes on to predict that "a new hour
will then hnvo struck for the human
raco," etc.?National Review.
A mining paper states, as u practical
fact worth knowing, that any miner or
prospector who has a blowpipe, alcohol
lamp and a few drops of cold sulphuric
acid can in a few minutes determine
whether tellurium is present in ores, all
that is necessary being to break off a
small pieco of the ore, placo it in a
porcelain dish previously warmed so as
to avoid breaking, apply the blowpipo
until tho oro is at an oxidizing heat, J
then pnt one or two drops of tho sul?
phuric acid on tho porcelain dish and
allow to mix with, tho ore?tho reaction
will immediately follow, if tellurium bo
present, by beautiful carmine and pur?
ple colors. Tho metal fuses at about 500
degrees C., and is distilled at a very
high temperature. Its vapor is golden
yellow and has a very brilliant, absorp?
tion spectrum, while tho electrical con?
ductivity, liko that of selenium, is large?
ly influenced by tho temperature previ?
ous to heat, increasing after exposure to
light, though not to the same extent as
does solonium. Tellurium burns, when
heated in the nir, with u bine flame,
evolving white vapor of tellurium diox?
ide. It is insoluble in water and carbon
disnlphide, but dissolves in cold fuming
sulphuric acid, imparting to the solu?
tion a most pleasing carmine color
which almost immediately passes into a
purple. Tho compact form is a silvor
white, resplendent metal of markedly
crystal lino structure.
"Dry Geysers" of Yellowstone Purk.
There are several holes in tho Yellow?
stone park region which are locally re?
puted to be "bottomless." Geological
authorities say that they are "dry gey
I sors." Into ouo of thorn, known as
"Hell's Back Door," lO.ooit feot of
line, with weight attached, has been
lowered, without striking bottom.?St.
The strangers who go up tho railway
to Vesuvius, in spitoof the long journey
(oight hours there and back) and tho
high prico (?1), number about 10,000
Lifo is to bo fortified by many friend?
ships. To love and to be loved is the
greatest happiness of existence.?Syd?
WASHING POWDER. !
This great cleaner accomplishes what no amount of com- \
mon soap, or inferior washing powder, will do. With it I
a woman can wash the dishes, scrub the floors, and clean ?
anything cleanable in half the time she can do it by any f
other method. Try it and be convinced. |
GOLD DUST is sold in large packages, price 25 cents, I
bv all grocers. Made only by s
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COHPANY,
Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Boston. Philadelphia. |
ij-ROOM dwelling In South Hoanoke on
? corner lot, all conveniences. Prlco
$2,i:C0; $100 cash, balance $15 per month.
I^LKG&NT residence In "A 1" ccndl
Xii tlon on Sonth JefTorson street, 10
roon s, all conveniences, stable and hum,
largo lot 5 xl50 feet. I'rlco $?,5C0; on
FINK dwelling on Church street, every
convenience, In best location, 10
rooms. Prtco $1,500; terms made to suit
9ROOM honse on Ninth avenue s. w.,
with bath, hot and cold water, stoves,
cornor lot. Price $1,600.
ONE of the best located residence lots
In the West End, 60x160 feet. Prlco
ICE 9-room hon?o on Sonth Jefferson
-L~ street, all conveniences. Price $2,300;
on easy terms.
JOT 00 feet front In the center of the
J town. Price $175, worth $800.
q-NHREK-STOHV brick Btoro. lot 25x140
I feet, on best business street in town,
now renting for $810 per autium. Price
$7,600. Th's is the best bargain in bus?
iness property in Hoanoke.
NICE 7-room dwelling In Southeast
part of tho town, very convenient to
the shops. Price $850; $50 cash, balance
$8 per month.
Wo reut houses, sell farms, and
represent the best line of Fire, Lifo and
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Keal Estate, Insurance and Rental Agont,
15Ii? CUHMKKCK 8T.
Core for Headache.
As A remedy for all forms of Head?
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
the very best. It effects a permanent
cure, and tbe most dreaded habitual
slok headaches yield to its iniluence.
We urge all who are aill'cted to prooure
a bottle, and give thin remedy a fair
trial. In oases of habitual constipation
Eleotric Hitters cures by giving the
needed tone to tbe bo vols, and few oases
lone resist tho uso of this medicine.
Try it once. Fifty cents and SI.00 at
Massie's Pharmacy, 101? Jefferson street.
For coal and wood go to Earman A
Earman, 108 Salem avenue s. w.
If you want a substitute for anthra?
cite coal, W. K. Andrews & Co.'a belled
teams will deliver you high grade Brush
Mountain Coal, egg, nut or lump slzos,
at bottom prices.
Now is tuic time to secure bargains
in wall paper at the E. H. Stewart Fur?
That Tired Feeling
Is a common complaint, and it is a
dangerous symptom. It means that the
system 1b debilitated because of impure
blood, and in this condition it is
especially liable to attacks of disease.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is tbe remedy for
this condition, and also for that weak
ncBB wbloh prevails at the change of
season, climate or life.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly j
and efficiently, on the bowels and liver.
LISTEN for the belled teams. They
will deliver you Pooahontas, Russell
Creek, Thacker, Banner, Brush Moun?
tain, Anthracite, and tbe semi bitumi?
nous "Red Ash" coal; also crushed ooke
and wood. W. K. Andukws <fe Co., 219
Sknd your orders for coal and wood to
Earman .v. Earman. Tbev give honest
weight and furnish clean coal. Give
them an order and be convinced of the
above facts. 108 Salem avenue s. w.
Lessons In Gorman.
I wii.i. give lessonB in the German
language Am a native of Germany and
a practical teaober of the German
language; also lesBons In drawing and
painting. TermB moderate. A. L.
Novkh, 231 Fourth avenue n. w.
The ltoauoke TlnicH * > ?*? PAPER
Tlif Tldo In tho Affairs of Konnoke Has
Turned?Prosperity Is at Hand?Real
Estate Can Mow be Hoiight at Prices
That Will ltrlng the Judicious In?
ventor Splendid Keturntt Within the
Next Two Years?Tho Opportunity
May Not Lust Long?Embrace It
While You Can.
READ ^pecial^ BARGAINS:
No. 1?Four-story brick residence, with 3b
rooms, on Welle avenue n. c; lot 60x160 feet, to
an alley; stable In rear ot lot with eight stalls;
' coat ot building, residence and stablo about
94,000. Price ot whole property, $3,350; $600
cash, balance on time.
No. v>?Two story eolld brick business house on
Salein aronuo, between Jefferson atrect and the
market; slzo ot lot, 2i\ x87H feel; npper portion
ot the building nicely fitted up with 0 rooms tor
residence; good cellars under the store. Price of
house and lot, 80,000. This Is the best business
portion ot tho city and will pay a handsome per
cent, on the Investment In the fntnre.
No. b?Corner lot In West find Boulevard,
60x160 leo. to an alley; $11,000 rcsldonce In front
ot this lot: sold for $3,500 In 18H0. Price ot lot
now, $400. all cash.
No. 4?Largo residence on Campbell avenue,
No. 10?3. Prlco $3,380; all cash, or $330 cash, and
balauco an tlino This houso has 10 rooms and
all cor sentences and large stable In rear ot lot.
No. 5?Bnsluess lot on south eldo of Campbell
arcuue, between Commerce and Henry streets;
size 36 feet front and running back to an alley;
sold for $8,000 In 1801. Price now $1.750, all cash.
No. 0?Nice four-room cottage on Sixth avenue
b. o.: lot SUxlOO foot, to an alley; cost $600 to
build the house; rented out now to a prompt-pay
lug tenant, paying $6 per month. Price of house
anil lot, $280, all cash; or $300, $40 each and $9
No. 7?Business lot on Luck street, between
Benry and Commcrco; site 30x105 feet to an
alley; sold for $3.000 In 1800. Price now $000; all
No. 8?Bight-room residence on Franklin road,
near Tenth avenue 8. \v ; house In good ordor
with all conveniences; lot 33 feet front, 114 feet
deep, 67 feet wldo at back part; property eold tor
$1,600 lu 1800. Prlco ot house and lot now $3,900;
$150 cash and $30 per month, with InturcBt.
No. 0?Nice 7-room hon bo and lot, and vacant
lot adjoining, on Illinois arenno, Salem, Va.; beBt
residence portion of tho city. Price of wholo
$000; $100 cash, $16 per month, with Interest.
Property cost over $3,000.
No. 10?Threo-stcry brick business honso on
Campbell avenue, wost of Jefferson street, occu?
pied by Thompson & Meadows; size of lot, 35x100
feet; the whole of tho two upper stories well ar?
ranged and cut up Into offices. The property will
rent for about $1,300 per annum. Prlco $13,000;
$3.000 cash and balance $3,000 por year, with In?
No. 11?Five-room twe-story house on Bolll
day street s. o.; lot 50x120 feet; fronts on both
Bollldav street and Hoanoke and Southern rail?
road. This property sold for $5,000 In 1S90. Prlco
of house ?ml lot now $800; $160 cash and $15 per
month, with interest.
No. 13?A rioslrable residence on Church street,
near Park street; comer lot, 40x170 feet, to an
alley. Price ot house and lot now, $3,760; $760
ca?h, balance on time.
No. 18?Six-room residence oi Fifth avenue n.
w.; lot runs through from Fifth to Fourth ave?
nue; two fronts; bouse cost about $750 to build It.
Prlco ot honse and both lots now $050; $50 cash
and $10 per month, with lutorest.
No. 14?Nine-room Uuecn Anne houseon Brook
street n. o.; corner lot, 60xlC0 feet; honse in
?mid condition; contract price ot honse $l,0O0.
rice ot honse and lot now $1,350; $160 cash and
$15 per month, with Interest.
No. 16?Soven-room 3 story residence on Sev?
enth avenua; lOtfSSxlSD feet, to an alley. Price
of house and lot now $1,450; $100 cash, balance $30
por month. lio-6e cost over $1,500 to build It.
J. W. B?S WELL,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
Moomaw liulldlug, Jefferson St.,
F. W. BROWN,
No. 11 Jefferson St., ROAHOKB, YA.
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE.
Pipe and Fittings,
Varnish, Glass, &c
Rast Qualities. Lowest Prices.
P. W. BROWS H?rtere,
No. 11 Jefferson St,, KOANOKS, VA.
Our customers will tell you that we
(rive the beBt weight and furnish the
cleanest coal in tho city. Earrntn A
Earman, 103 Salem avonue s. w.
PaqhaVa Tim00 Br,nss Better Returns t0 ?dver"
IlUuliUKtj IllilCb tisers than any Paper in S.W. Va.
"THERE IS SCIENCE IN NEATNESS."
BE WISE AND USE