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title: 'The Roanoke daily times. (Roanoke, Va.) 1895-1897, December 24, 1895, Page 8, Image 8',
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OF THESE :
They Are Pieces of
We Recommend Them for
Comfort, Durability anil Economy.
Spot Cash Money Savers,
13 Jefferson St., ROAWOKE, VA.
t-^-p t3 etxy ?
Prices to correspond with
the times at
DR. JNO. L. DOGGETT'S
Full upper or under plates, 87.00.
Partial plate, one or two teeth, 83.00
Gold fillings SI andnp.
Silver Qlllngs 50o and up.
Cement fillings 50c.
Porcelain crowns S3. Gold crowns 85.
Extracting with local anesthetic used
on the gum (painless), 50c.
Prompt and immediate attention given
to all work. Satisfaction will be given
in every respect. Call and have your
mouth examined. Nightcalls attended
at residence, si3 Elgnth avonuo a. w.
12 14 lm
Goal and Wood.
ALL UK A DBS OF COAL. FULL WEIGHT,
prompt delivery. Also, Wood by tho load
or cord. TUONE 302.
Yards, Norwich Lock "Works.
mum T. D. LOONEY.
reat Variety i
*a m I tu v*mmv.
In Profusion and at Prices
$10 Suits now $7
$12 and $15 now $10
$15 Will Purchase Cur $18,
$20 and $22.50 Suits and
This is a bold stroke, but we
must have cash.
Hats, Shoes, Underwear, and
all such things, go
at half price.
Don't be deceived by ethers.
We have a reputation to sus?
102 Salem Ave. 205 Henry St.
C. B. MEADOR'S,
South eldo Market Square. Invitee
yonr attention to hie fail and
complete line of
and Mill Feed.
-AIbo a complete line of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW PRICES FOR cash.
THE GROWTH " SS"
IS 80MKTUINU PHENOMENAL.
PHOTO G RAFHER)
212 S. Jefferson Street.
?One Dollar a minute 'W:C?5
RT_r/^T7 O- Cf\ The Famous Printing Tress Builders of the World, have recently .
? XT.V-/J-, OC \-t\Jtf installed in our establishment one of their finest and fnstest CyT
'nder Job rrinting Tresses. No such press has ever been erected or owned in this part of the
country. It is built for a special Hue of work?Circulars. Letter and Note Heads, Envelopes,
Folders, Scheduled, Blank Ruled Forms, Ktc, and the Messrs. Hoe say *' there is uo fiuer press
made." We were after the VH.KY BUST.
Now, we haven't decided on n name for the ** little wonder," and have concluded to nllow
our friends to suggest what its name shall be. Almost every one in the territory tributary to
Roanokc has heard of our " Promise Keeper " ; how it has enabled us to keep promises that
seemed impossible to comply with. And nobly it holds its own. Sometimes its whlr-r-r-r can be
heard nil through the watches of the night, even after a general day's work has been performed*
Yet, with a liberal breakfast of choice lubricant, it is fresh aud bright for another busy day.
Pardon the digression.
For the best, most useful, "catchy" name for the new machine we offer a prize of
TEN DOLLARS IN GOLD
(Fire Dollars for the "gude wife "'and Five Dollars.for the baby, perhaps.)
While the contest is open to any and all, men or women, boys on girls, It would give US
especial pleasure if the winner should be from the family of a*customer, or one that is to be.
i The contest will remain open until February ist, 1896.
No one. of course, in any way connected with our establishment can enter the contest.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company,
44the. New Press." Enw. L. Stomb. President. 4* J* ROANOKE, VA.
Misses Mary and Lizzie Price, of
Franklin county, were in the city yes?
Dr. W. B Carpor, of Fincastle, was
J. A. NufT, a oltlzen of Pulaskl, spent
yesterday In tbe city.
J. T. Gordon, of Lafayette, was in the
Clinton B. Camper, editor of the Fin?
castle Herald, wan horo yesterday.
M G. McClung, of tbo Salem Sentinel,
was In the city yesterday.
Ch&s I. Wade, cashier of tho Bank of
Christiansburg, was In the city yester?
J. il. Northcross, of Elllston, was in
tho city on busiaess yesterday.
Mrs. Kapp, cf Hollint, was here yes?
terday, the guest of Mrs. S. M. YVood
W. H. SDlckarl, Norfolk and Western
agent at IKuo liidge Springs, was hero
Judgo Waller R. Staples i? visiting
his nleco Mrs. Edwin L. Moir, on
A T. Si'wder, of Jacksvlllo, Fiojd
county, waBhoro yesterday.
J. W. Pepper, a United States mar?
shal, of Chrlstlanoburg, was in tbe city
J. O. Cblldrass, who has been in the
city several days, left yesterday for New
Frank Diggott.of FricksvlUo, was In
tbe ci?y yesterday.
John H. Dillon and his Bister, Miss
Lucy, of Dillon's Mill, Franklin county,
are In tho ct.y.
W. B. Daniel, Lawrence S. Davis and
O S. Marston havo returned from the
Moj. M. W. Bryan returned yesterday
from a two weeks' business trip in tho
W. L Pierco and*wlfe, of Cbrlatlans
burg, um registered at tbe Ponce de
Misses Nollio B. and Mary Smith, of
Chrlstlansburg, aro In the city.
W. G Baldwin and two filetf rs and
Miss Richardson, of Bluefield,.are reg?
istered at tho Fonco do Leon.
Alexander Salvinl and fifteen mem?
bers of his company are registered at
the Ponce de Leon.
Wk takn ploasuro In referring to such
of our customers as needed indulgence
during tho past dull season, as to our
leniency and disposition to carry them
without payment. Wo never fail to
help an honest customer. Hobblo Music
are the fire twins. There's no getting
along without them, and it's just as im?
possible to deny that our coal yard is
the best supplied one Roanoke. You
save on the quality when you order of
us, and our ouatomors always know that
tbey aro getting full weight. A ton
with us means a ton, not uno or two
hundred weight short.
H. C. STARKEY & CO.
_'Phone IPS. _
Shucks, Hay, Grain.
All kinds of Fecdstuils. Oals, Clover,
and every thing in the Feed line for
W. B. DANIEL & CO..
'Phono 238. 103 Campbell Am 8 W.
AT ST. JOHN'S CBOKCH.
A Delightful MnsicKl Kntertalnment at 11
ii. m. Tomorrow.
The following music will be sung at
the service at St. John's Church at li
Hymn No 50, "Christians; Awake,
Salute the Happy Morn," R U. Fuller.
Gloria Patrla, H. D Hewitt.
Te Deum Laudamus, H. Van Bos*
Jubilate Deo, Q E. Oliver.
Hymn No. 58, "It Came Upon the
Midnight Clear," R. S. Willis.
Kyrll Eleison. C. ?ounod.
Gloria Tibi, G. M. (Iirrett.
Hymn No. 53, "Shout tho Glad Tld
Offertory an hem, "HarV! the Herald
Angels Sing," Gio. Wm Warron.
Nunc Dimlttts. S. K. Wbitnoy.
The choir is composed of Mrs. R G.
Johnston, MissfH Hilleary, Gray and
Lambert, eoprun'; Mesdames Ludwig,
Moore and James, alti; Messrs. Lc&ry
and Gray, tonori; Simmons and Watts,
bassos, and Mrs. Klntilor, organist.
Ten offering wl.l go toward tho in?
terest on tho debt of the cburcu.
The Solomon Jewelry Company aro
selling gooai nt private sale botwf-en
the regular auction sale at cost prices.
Our storo will bo open at
night for the nccorutnotlation
of tho?e who have not an opportunity to go n-e hopping during the day.
Our etore is pncked from cellar to garret with great bargains in every?
thing one could with for a Christmas ottering.
1,000 Beautiful Pictures iS?Sl
frames, 10x12 inches, crystal-clenr glass, choice subjects, worth
nowhere less than 25*, for ONLY 12Jc.
500 pictures, white enameled frames tluished in gold. MxlG
inches, celebrated subjects from celebrated artists, ONLY 25c.
150 Oxford Sunday-school teachers'
?<t *-??!>-?iw? Bibles at the loweBt prices ever
known in the world's history; French seal, divinity circuit, rouud
corners, gold edges, actual value $3 75, for ONLY $1.39.
Russian Seal, divinity.circuit, leather lined, round corners, gold
dges, value $5, for ONLY $2 25.
Same with patent iudex (3G notches) worth $G, for ONLY $2.59.
Books, Books, Books.
good cloth binding, good paper aud clear type, 12 mo., worth every?
where 25c?more than 200 titles representing the world'* most cele?
brated writers, ONLY 12* CENTS.
The greatest of the world's pouts, beautifully bound in fine Eug
lieh silk cloth, eold edge, back aud side, regular value $1.25, for
ONLY 50 CENTS.
Our podded leuther edition of the poets has made quite a stir
among book buyers?book dealers have been asking $2.50 for them,
our price ONLY 98 CENTS.
binding, only $1.25. Fine
This work complete iu one ??)
larire handsome volume, cloth
sheep biuding, a beautiful volume, <S3c
Great Authors in Sets,
price?ouly a few sets left. Among them Charles Dickeus, Sir
Walter Scott, Willam Makepeace Thackery, Bulwer, George Eliot,
Jamas Fenimoro Cooner, I'lutarchs Lives, William Shakespeare,
Buy n good game
and set down at
Keep Boys at Home.
eveuiug with your boy and plav it with him. By this means vou may
keep him fromgoiDg out at night?you know not where. We have
everything in games, the best and tho choicest?some simple ones,
too, for the little folks.
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
"Cleveland"' and "Rimbler" bic7
eles, 1S90 models Juat received. They
are beauties Call at onco at Roanoko
Cjole Co.'s and see them.
Second hand blcycU-B at all pricos at
Roanoke Cycle Company, 108 Salem ave
nuo 8- w.
For ooasoned oak or plno wood by tho
cord, or cut and nplit for tbe Btovn. call
on W. K. Andrews Jr. Co., SID Salem
avenue. Their belled teams will de?
When you are trying to think of a
suitable present for birthdays or wed?
dings, or CbrlBimas, juot remember the
Pocket Kodak. It's out of tbe ordinary
line?it will be appreciated. Roanoke
Cycle Company, Bole agents, 108 Salem
avenue ?. w.
Go to Djnr.ldeon'u for all kinds of par
A TT ?BD the irreat autlon of lino paint
ings b.i No. luv S?lom avenue on Tue?
day. Thrso salea.
Seems to be enthused with the idea of making their friends happy by a remembrance in some gift. The eager?
ness with which selections are being made from our departments is gratifying in the extreme, and estab?
lishes the fact that our lines of Novelties have struck the popular idea in both prices and styles.
Sales last week were enormous, and melted away our big reserve stock very rapidly, The incoming of New Things, however, will hold
the assortments intact for the remaining weeks. Visit our store and look through the lines we have to offer.
It is hard to describe the different articles in detail so as to convey an idea of what they are in quality and general appearance,
and they must be seen to be appreciated. They are in part:
Ae we said laRt week our Handkerchief stock ia llio
besi. assorted wo have ever had. There is nothing bo
eminently iilted to lie offered as a gift to anybody
us a Handkerchief. When you get puzzled and don't
know what to buy it is always safe lo choose a Hand*
One thousand dozen is a great big pile. We have
them and are selling them fast. They run from
the cheapest at 3c each up to the finest real lace at
$3 and $4 each.
At 5c ench, 50 do/en plain while H. 8., colored,
bordered and corded edge huudKerchiefo. A grent
At 10c each, 100 dozen ladies' plain all-linen hem?
stitched, embroidered and mourning bordered hand?
At 12Jc?We are closing a line of children's initial
silk handkerchiefs in all colors, have been 20c.
At 19c ?We are closing a lino of ladies' initial
silk handkerchiefs in plain white, worth 25c.
At 25c to50c, 200 dozen plain all-linen hemstitched,
embroidered and mourning handkerchiefs, the choicest
(?elections and finest qualities at the prices ever shown
for the money.
A t $1 to $4 each, ilue real lace handkerchiefs in
Duchess, Valenciennes, I'oint Lace.'etc.
At 5c ench. gentlemen's large sized white or colored
bordered handkerchiefs, worth 8c.
At 8c each, gentlemen's large sized, fine quality
plain white hemstitched handkerchiefs, worth 12Jc.
At 12?c, gentlemen's guaranteed all-linen hem?
stitched handkerchiefs. Grew.' ,-alue.
At '2Jc and 15c, 200 dozen ladies' plain hem?
stitched, white and embroidered handkerchiefs. The
sorts that usually sold at 25c.
Gentlemen's pip in white silk hemstitched handker?
chiefs at 25c, 40c, 50o, 75c and ?1.25.
We have everything in hnudkerchiefs. Anything
you may want you wi'l lind here at the lowest prices
ever named for like qualities.
Have you not a friend you think would like a nice
due Umbrella as n, gifi> Wc have them?bran new
stock for . hristmaa?either tor ladies or gentlemen,
and are making specially low prices on (hem.
At $2 50, gentlemen's line quality real twilled silk
umbrellas, well made, will wear and be a credit to tho
owner; all tho newest handles.
At $3 and $3.50. better quality, real twilled silk
un.biellas for gentlemen, in llncst handles, the sort
you generally pay from $4 to $5 for.
At $1.25, gentlemen's real good wearing gloria
umbrellas, worth $1.50.
At $1.35, 100 ladies' line gloria umbrella*, a florin
thai will wear, with tho newest acacia and Weichsel
handles. See them.
At $3.50. ladies' flnes> qualit v real twilled ?ilk um?
brellas, with newest sterling silver-mounted hand Us.
A t $4.50, ladies' tine 8-ribbed istletta silk umbrellas,
with choice handles, close i oiling.worth $5 everywhere.
?\ t $5. ladies' mourning umbrellas, real ebony
covered handles. Very deniable.
At $1, teal good gloria umbrellas lor the ladies, the
$1 25 kind.
At *3. iui-ies' uev/est 8-rih, closo rolling-, real
twilled silk umbrellas with the latest and most popular
liEJulles in loops, crooks and cane efl'ecto.
At $135, ladies' rubber-loop mourning umbrellas.
FOR GENTLEMEN?Neckwear. Neckwear.
You will want neckties for your brothers, fathers,
friends, uncles, cotisins, eervnul6. We have them; the
choicest styles and the lowest prices for like qualities
shown in the city. Come iu and look over the lines
we oiler at 25c nnd 50c.
Thev embrace all the new shapes, latest colorings
and are better values at the prices than are obtain?
able in this market. All styles?Four-in-Hands,
Tecks, Flowing End Four-iu-Ilauds, Do Joinvilles,
Gentlemen's Fotter hook, real kid gloves at S9c,
Gentlemen's Suede or Mocha buck gloves at $1.50,
Gentlemen's suspenders?a pretty lino at 50c.
Gentlemen's and beys' Scotch wool gloves at-10c
to 50c the pair.
New Sluffs Open To-dsy.
Another !>>?.' invoice nf finest China, embracing Tea
Pols. Chncolai? pois, Vvses, Jurdenierres, Tea Sets.
Pitcher*: Cream Jugs, tups end Saucers. See thciu!
See them !! Givo them ti> anybody.
Specials in the China line, arc handsomely decorated
plates at 15c.
Fine China, prettily decorated Cups and Saucers at
25c, ,35c and 50c
Handsomely decorated After Dinner Cups and
Saucers in fine China at 15c, 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c.
Hand painted butler chips at 8c each, 85c the dozen.
Great line of Pin Trays, lion Don Hoxes, Puff
Hoxes, Toothpick Holders, from 10c to 25c. See
them, see them.
Make selections now. Lay them aside if you don't
want them yet.
Sterling Silver Novelties.
Sterling Silver Cuff Buttons, Sterling Silver Pelt
Puckles, .New Stick Pins, Heal Tortoise Shell, Side
Combs, Waiter Buckles, Baby Pins.
Besides the hundred or more different articles of
every description in Sterling Silver, Qundruple-plated
and White Metal Novelties. Justtha things for gifts.
Open For To-day.
Newest tilings in Ladies' Lace Collars for Evening
Newest things in Heal Fur Neck Scarfs with the
new tail trimming.
Newest things iu Children's Fur Sets.
L*dle)' muffs from 45c to $4 each.
New things to arrive every day. Visit our store
when out shopping.
The Standard Doiineator for January is now here.
Plenty of them this time. These Standard Patterns
are growing every day. Get a Delineator, price 10c.