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Successor tn Jos. Cohn,
Cor. Campbell und Jeflarsou SU
Thi carpenters anil painters *
now hive charge of my Btore- j*
room io relit and remodel iu *
every respect. 1 intend to have
a brieht nud attractive place of
business, where every article, will
l)c marked in plain. Ggurea and
fro d at strictly one price. ?1 y
mci}iod8 of doing business will be
on bu iness principles aud I hope
to have my new home ready to
receive you about February 18.
watch for Special Announce?
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North, Enst,TsMmth, West the (lower ot
Hours Is uPillsbury*s liest."
Costs a little more than any other be?
cause it is worth more. And it makes
more bread, makes whiter bread, makes
better bread. Your grocer may tell you
some thing else is "jusi as good," but it
HAWKilS & FIELDING, ?gents,
Uaitsook Building, Market Square,
LAWRENCE S. DAVIS.
Of?cc No. r, pampboll Ave. W . Mo:inoke, V?.
Itepru-e t ? the strongest ?Mrc Companies; stand?
ard AccVteiit Oompuy; Mutual Idle Insurance
Company ot New York
COINS AID UE
Mitts Nina Wort ham left yesterday for
Natural Bridge to spend a lew weeks
Mrs. Sam Stum' will leave to day for
Rudfr.rd to visit, her sister, Airs A. S.
c. Ii. Mcnefec, of Kocky Mount, was in
the city yestcp'ay.
J. W. Coon is quite ill at his home tin
Miss Lueilo Kilby left for Norfo'k yes?
terday where she will visit friends.
Miss Lucy Cook, of Staunton, who has
been visiting the Misses Kilby, of 810
South JclTersoii street, returned home
J. II. Stanley, of the firm of Stanley &
Tlnsley, of Martinsville, was in the city
on business vest ei day.
Lewis Moore, of Bristol, and ,T. T. Bai?
ley, of Philadelphia, are at .the Poaee de
Mrs. ,T. M. .Tennelle and daughter, who
have been quite siclCwith the grippe, are
Rev. P. C. Clark, of Fincnstlc, passed
through the city yesterday on his return
from Uluefiold, where he has been en?
gaged in evangelistic work.
W. (). llardaway, who has been ill ill
Pnlaski, \*a.. is reported to be much
J. K. Rogers, the music dealer, went to
Front Royal Sunday, where he was called
by the death of his wife's mother, Mrs.
Maddox, of that place.
J. K. frviu, of Charlottesville, and R.
li. Ulichannn, Ol Marion. Va.. were among
the guests at Hotel Roanoke yesterday.
A. .1. Wall, of Madison, Va., and M.
L. Camper, ol Fincnstlc, were among the
gtiests .at the St. .lames yestertlay.
N. 1). Malier, of Bluelirhl, superinten?
dent of the Clinch Valley division of the
Norfolk nnd Western railway, and J. W.
Cook, superintendent of the Shcnundouh
division of the same road, were in the
C. W. Klracofe has recently returned
from a visit to friends in Staunton and
Investigate the new plan of easy pay?
ments, without interest, of the ITobbie
Piano Co. It will commend itself to you
as the fairest find safest of any terms
READ IT NOW.
J. W. Boswcll, real estate and rental
agent, has an interesting list of rentable
property in bis new advertisement oil the
sixth page. Read it at once.
A SILVER OFFERING.
The Rosebud Society of JSt. dames M.
E. Church will give an entertainment at
that place of worship lo night at 8
o'clock, to which the public are invited.
A select literary programme has been pre?
pared for the occasion, ami a voluntary
offering of silver (anything from a ten
cent piece to a fifty-three cent dollar) will
admit visitors and entitle them to refresh?
ment.-. All who desire to pa-s a pleasant
evening should be sure to attend.
Listen to the belled teams of W. K.
ANDREWS & CO. US they deliver coal
and wood to their customers. Send your
orders to 219 Salem avenue.
Wim the Utmost "Sang Pr?id"
II wasn't Nerve.-MAYBE IT WAS CONFIDENCE.
7\nvl\ovv i\c walked into our place a few clavs ago,
with an armful or copv tor a Brief. " I'd like to have
it Ihis evening." ir was then three o'clock. We
thought he was joking, but he wasn't. Did he get
ItV Hsk aiwlxxly.
The Stone Printing and McinTg. Co.,
Opposite Hotel Roanolic.
EDW. I. STONE, President. . . . RO?NOKE, VA.
At tbo Fourth Avenue uhristian
Church last Sunday morning, Rev. Ira
YY. Kimmel, the pastor, discoursed on
foreign missions in which lie paid an elo?
quent tribute to the [missionary heroes,
Cnery, Judson, Moffatt 'aml Livingstone,
win) were hehi up as types of devotion
and sacrifice to'Cbrist.
Rev. Thomas K, Carson, of Greene
Memorial, preached a missionary sermon
Sunday morning to a large congregation.
He said the church that does nothing for
missionary work is dead and that it was
to the missionary spirit that the Influence
of Christianity on the clvilhuttiou of the
world was due. He spoke of the work of
the Apostles and the labors of the K iiith
ern Methodist Church lit the liehl of mis
All of the gas coals are kept in stock by
V,*. K. ANDREWS & CO., at 31U Salem
avenue. Their belled teams will deliver
it. Send in your orders.
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A Isn't much, but wo can give you a
? a great mnnv thingn for it. a
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I These Sie Only a Few: }
6 :) lb. C-tit Pis Peaches w
(*) .'1 lb. < hin A pp cs (.)
A 3 lb. can Tomatoes a
? Cm Sugar Corn . .
*? Can Peas w
(j Can String Roans y
A Can Boston Raked Beans ft
? .S nz, Can Baking Powder q
? 1 lb. Prunes
I lb. Good l.ard V
k 1 lb. Bacon ?
? 1 lb. Rice. q
I hunter & CO S
J I 27 Salem Ave. S. W. 1
j 'Phone 198. J
BONNIE BOBBIE BURNS.
The celebration last night of the 138tL
anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns,
by tin* Burns Club, of Roanoke, was a
decided success in every way anil much
credit is due the commit tee in charge, of
which .lames Devon was chairman, for
the excellent manner In'which everything
was managed. The club hns only been
iu existence for a few weeks, but it is
doubtful whether any like organization
of any city could have given a better ex?
emplification of true Scotch hospitality
than did the club of Roanoke last night.
The banquet tvna under the supervision
of F Bowman ami was all that could be
desired. About one hundred people,
many of whom wen- ladies, sat down at
the table. W. A. Glasgow officiated as
toast master and his calls upon Judge
William Gordon Robertson, lion. Thomas
M. Wood, Olms. I. Stewart, .lames Devon
and R. l.oekart, of Scotland, were re?
sponded to gracefully and well. Mr.
l.oekart?s few remarks about the Poet
Burns were of especial interest. The
musical programme was carried our, as
published in The Times of Sunday. Upon
the list were select Scotch airs of the or?
chestra, a recitation by Miss Agnes Row
man, solo by I'iof. P, C. Leary, violin
solo by W. Walley Davis, soprano solo by
Mrs. C. A Mcllimit ami a clarionet te solo
by C Styles. The club's officers are
.lames Devon, president: .lames Rich?
mond, vice-president: Fergus Bowman,
secretary; A. L. Falconer, treasurer, tnd
IT. M. Darnall, master of ceremonies. It
is to be a permanent orgtiul/.nt'ou. Last
night's entertainment was the establish?
ment of a standard to wliudi they will
have trouble to keep up.
IIIbarger makes a business of repairing
tine watches only.
For Infants and Children.
We still receive our crcain from the
Polytechnic Institute. Our ice cream
will satisfy you. Try if. .1. .1. Catogni.
OR LIQUID PEPPER.
is Simply the Pulp of the Ripe Pepper Extracted by Pressure.
The seed of this Popper was obtattied from Central America, ami by
careful cultivation in Louisiana for many years has been so improved in
strength, flavor and aroma as to have become u new variety of Keil Pep?
per, superior to nil others. '1'he pulp is so handled as to retain all the
flavor, strength, aroma and color of the ripe fruit, and to keep unim?
paired in any climate. It excites the appetite, promotes digestion, and
is pronounced by connoisseurs to he the finest condiment III the world,
for medicinal purposes it recommends itself by its purity, strength and
?Vh?m,rVri,,n 8t,'e,?, C F. BLOUNT, Manager.
FOR TWO DELIVERIES.
The petitions which have been recently
circulated for the purpose of obtaining
two mail deliveries daily in all parts of
the town bnve been numerously signed
and are now ready to bo sent in to the de?
partment. All parties interested in this
matter should see that their names are
oa the list, which can he done by seeing
Tost master Dupuy. The services of Ma?
jor Otcy will probably be requested in se?
curing the two deliveries. The matter
will probably be acted upon by the pres?
In the notice of the Light Infantry fair
published Sunday morning, an error
te.ade it appear that Seivennt (' liner, of j
I the Guards, was awarded the medal in I
the competitive drill. It should have been
Sergeant Comer, of Vluton.
SOMETHING TO DEPEND <>N\
Mr. .lames Jones, of the drug firm of
?Tones el* Son, Cowtlcn, 111., iu speaking
of Dr. King's New Discovery, says that
last winter his wife was attacked with
La Grippe, anil her case "row so serious
that physicians at. Cowdeti ami I'ana
could do nothing for her. It seemed to
develop into busty consumption. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in store, and
selling lots of it, lie took a bottle home,
and tortile surprise of all she began to get
better from first dose, and half do/en
dollar bot tics cured her sound and well.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump?
tion, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to
do this good work. Try it. Free trial
bottle.-, at Massic's Pharmacy, 1051 -TelFui
Hiltarger, the watchmaker. Office in
Persons who are troubled with indi?
gestion will lie interested in the exper?
ience of Win. A. Penn, chief clerk in the
railway until service at Des Moities, Iowa,
who writes: ,-lt gives me pleasure to |
testify to the merits of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
From two year.- I have stllTcred from in?
digestion, and am subject to frequent
severe attacks <>i pain in the stomach and
bowels, Oneoi two doses of this rem?
edy never fail- to give perfect relief.
Price 25 und 50 rents; sold by all drug?
THIS WEEK I
AT 111 SA!,KM ATE.
All-woul I)rct>b i.'joMp, none bolter, for 25c per
All-wool Novelty Drees ttoncln. SO, 10 mud 75c.
I.nri>o lino or H.-uutirul I'UMh at >2.Xc per ycrrt.
Large tine ot lleantitul Woralcd IL.odb utlJV
IllBCK Drew Qoodfl from 1'LSc to $1.1.0 per yard.
TtiiH week :
Kcd t-'liinm-', i? twill, nt 14c, worth Hi 2 3c.
Kcd Flannel, in Twill, mark) d rtuvjn to Hi 2-ric
liru ['l&nnol. In twill, marked down io20c from
Itcd Planne!, in twill, marked d"wn to SBC
White Planne!? tn ?II qn iIHIcb?the tietst Canton
Flunncl, ror s;, worth i()c
WM. F. BAKER CO ,
112 Kulciii Avcmic
ECTS CREAM HALM In a posit I vecuro.
Apply into the noetrilH. It is ipilekly absorbed. 50
rents nt Drncviita or by mall; samples lor. bv mall.
EliY UUUTIIHItS, r.G Warren St., New York City.
HAT a man dreads
most, next to step?
ping on :i tack is
putting his feet In
ill litt iug allocs. No
'TWELVE Ladies' Ii Sack Cheviot Jackets, 00 Rf|
* newest goods, our regular $5 ones, now $Zb30
UIFTKEW Ladles'Black Cheviot Jackets, Eft
* cur best $7 ones, great bargain, reduci d to q Jl?U
ELEVEN Ladies' Black Cheviot Jackets,
silk lining, regular price $10. Those who
call early enough will get them for only. ..
V LEVEN beautiful "Caterpillar'' Cheviot
^ Jackets, in black and colors; our neigh?
bors have been geitlng $15 ft r this kind,
DOUR Black Astrakhan Capes, length 20
* inches, regular price $S, now only.
T-iJINE Fine Black Beaver Cloth Capes,
were ?6.50 and f6, reduced to.
QNK French Seal Cape, size 34, was $12.50, jQ
ONE Tun Beaver Jacket, a decided beauty,
size 16, was $12.50, now. Win
ANE Tan Kersey Jacket, size 32, quite tfR 7R
" pretty, was $10, row. ipil -1 U
?IVE pilrs j California White
* Wool Bianke<s?the finest $7 50
Blanket in Amajiea ?to close this
small lot, only.
THREE Eiderdown Comforters, 72xSr
irehes. regular price $5?who'll get them? r-J
SIX p'eces pretty Noxelty Dress Goads, all
pure fice wool, 40 inches wide, best 50c
goods, reduced to.
TEN pairs 11-4 Heavy White Wool Blank?
ets, warranted wool b^th warp and fill?
ing?there is not a better j6 blanket in
11 WORLD-WIDE LONG CLOTH" What
" is it? It is a beautiful fine Sea Island
Unbleached Muslin, made of long staple cotton,
put up expressly for us in 12-vard pieces; cor?
rect value 7><c a yard; to introduce it \vc will
sell it for.
UOWEET MAIDEN" is a fine Toilet Soap,
U a lar^e white eke, put up three in a box;
it should be 25c a box, but we are introducing
it to the Rcanoke trade for.
INE CASE Children's and Misses'
White Merino Vests and Pants, 1
to 14 years, all sizes, great value.
ONE lot Half-wool Vests and Pants,
very pretty quality, 1 to 14 yearF,
exceptional value, rrlces range from
ONE lot Fine all pure Wool Vests and
rams, 1 to 14 years, the finest gcods, <Jgg |q gQg
TWO lots Lakes' Fine White Wool Vests and
Pants, both rit bed and plain?the best iegular
$1 goods?now only. ? till
I ADES' White Union Suits, of the
" celebrated "Oneita" shape, sizes
3 to 6, only $1.
ANE lot Gents' Natural Grey Wool Shirts
" and Drawers, all sizes, for both fats and
leans, the bipgest value of the seasm, only. ..
ANE solid case Gent's Laundered Percale
J Shirts, new spring goods, regular value 50c,
but just to make it interesting for early buy?
INFANTS' Fine Half wool Vests, sizes 2, 3, 4, k and
6; prices only.25c, 28c ami 35g
INFANTS' Fine Cotton Vests, ribbed and fleeced,
1 sizes 2, 3 and 4, only.
INFANT?' Finest All wool Vests, sizes 2, 3, 4 and
1 5?beautiful little garment?/50c, 6?c, 65C ant) 75C.
|NE ca?e Ladies' Seamless Black Hose, that Q?
sells everywhere for 10c a pair?special at. .. Qy
Tlhto I iilQSI J Housekeepers will fiud some nice
IIdUIBLyl-jj" ? tlliuSs iu the Reiuliants of Table
v*rWwr*mr*rar-~- LJjjeng for the next few days.
There ar?? some fifty or sixty pieces in the lot. Come
ear v They will go fast.