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The lion - hunter
nerves. If he mis?
ses the lion's eve,
his life is surely
lost. Tbc? lion
I hunter is not the
only man who needs
steady nerves. The
business man now?
adays needs them. He must have them if
lie would bear the strain of business com?
petition and be successful. A man with
shaky nerves stands a'mighty poor show in
the business world of to-day, where he
must hit the bull's-eye of fierce competition
many times in a day. Steady nerves are
dependent upon pure blood, and to have
pure blood one must have a perfect di?
Dr. l'ierce's Golden Medical Discovery
goes to the seat of the trouble. It is not a
sedative. It makes the nerves steady by
furnishing them with proper nutriment. It
correct? all disorders of the digestion. It
invigorates the liver. It makes the blood
rich and pure in nutriment. The nerves re?
ceive their proper nourishment from the
blood and soon become strong and steady,
llusiness men recognize the value of the
"Golden Medical Discovery" and thou?
sands have testified to its virtnes. Drug?
gists sell it.
" Having suffered fur several years with indi?
gestion," writes: Saruual Walker, i-;sq.. of Park
csburg. Chester Co.. Pa., "I concluded to try
vour valuable * Coldeu Medical Discovery." Af
icr taking five liottt-'s I was entirety cured I
also suffered from Madder trouble, which was
also cured l>y the ' Discovery.' 1 feel like a new
Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is a book of l.ooS pages and
over three hundred illustrations, some of
them colored, all fully explained. This
book is free. It has been selling for St.50.
Now you may have it in all its usefulness,
and in strong paper covers, for 21 one-cent
Stamps, which pays the cost of mailing only,
or in cloth binding for ^1 stamps. Address,
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Schedule in Effect
November 8, 1896.
WESTBOUND LEAVE KOANOKE
5:45 a in. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, intermediate sta?
tions and the South and West. Pull
m..n sleepers to New Orleans ami Mem?
phis Connects at Bad ford for Blue
field and Pocahontas.
4:25 p. m., the Chicago Express for Rnd
ford, Bluefleld, Pocahontas, Kenova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City. Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Koanoke to
Columbus. Also for Pulaski, Wythe
ville, Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga
and intermediate point-.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT KOANOKE.
Fro-n Norfolk 5:80 a. m.; 4:15 p. m.
From ilngerstown 5:80 a. 111.; 4:10 p. in.
Prom Winston 1:10 p. in.
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11:10 p. m.
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1:50 p m. for Petersburg, Richmond and
1-.-I", p. in. for Washington, Hngerstown,
Philadelphia and New York.
11:80 p. in. for Richmond and Norfolk.
Pullman sleepers Koanoke to Norfolk
and Lynch burg to Richmond.
11:25 p. 111. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Washington, Hngerstown,
Philadelphia ami New York. Pullman
sleepers to Washington via. Shenan*
doah Junction and Baltimore and Ohio
Durh'iiu Division?Leave Lynchbnrg
(Union station) daily 4:00 p. in. for
South Boston and Durham and inter?
mediate st it ions.
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8:00 a. m. dally, except Sunday (Camp
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Passenger Ageut, Koanoke, Va.
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Where will be found the line DROP
CABINET admired by so many
people for bcnulyaiid convenience;
also ti variety of t.ho dillorcnt
mtchinOH made by thin company,
which, if examined by those who
wish to buy, side by hide with
other makea of machines, etui
readily sec they deserve all the
praise they huvo merited in finish,
durability, right-running and pur
Givo us a call before you bay.
Thauklng the people lor their liberal
patronage in the past,
I remain respsctfully,
W. H. STRICKLER,
8kh> bkhky btkkkt. koanokk, ta
Speak very pleasant to tho cat.
Hcincmbcr, If beroft
Of ono lifo, which i? door to hor,
SUo only baa visut loft.
And thru suppose that life is sad?
And oft<<n it ia so?
Think tenderly how you wonld foel
With uino to undergo.
Good friends, to cheer u BinKlo lifo.
That were a deed wall done.
Remember, ho who cheers nine cats
Cheers nally oighty-ono.
?Boston Woman's Journal.
A GAME OF POKEll.
"No, I don't play poker any moro,"
ttiiil a big westerner who cauio into an
up town clubhouse the other night with
some friends whohnd hern showing hint
the town. Somebody bad suggested a
little game of draw as an appropriate
wind up of the night's diversion.
"Why, bow is that?" exclaimed one
of his friends. "You used to play n stiff
game. You haven't sworn ofl", have
"N-no," said tho westerner, still
serious. "I bnve not sworn off, but
there is no excitement in the game for
Die now. The last game I played was
The thrilling story thereof runs ns
"It was n dozen years ago, when I
was a tenderfoot, with tho usual allow?
ance of freshness and ignorance of fron?
tier perils. Wo used to cull it brasbness*,
and I was certainly brush. 1 roamed
around tho country rather for tho better
part of a year, with a more or less vague
purpose of settling somewhere, but not
caring much where.
"1 was well down toward New Mex?
ico when there was a rumor of Indian
troubles, ami I beard that n company of
United Statos troops were on tho march
toward ono of the principal villages
where the redskins were particularly |
"I had been out hunting for a week ,
with a couplo of fellows I had met in
one of tho towns, when wo got the news
from a stranger who (Mine into our camp
late at night and asked for supper. He
admitted when wo questioned him?not
too closely, for inquisitiveness is at a 1
large discount on tho plains, but casu
ally?that ho was n scout in tho govern?
ment employ and was on hi s way to join ;
" 'There's likeiy to bo some pretty
warm work,' be said whon wo asked ;i
little more, 'for if tho red devils uro not
on tbo warpath now tiny will be in a
day or two, and you fellows will do a
Biunrt trick if yon turn back.1
'"Turning back, however, didn't seem I
very attractive to mcwheu there w as so
much excitement ahead. I promptly re- I
marked that 1 thought I would go oil
With tbo scout and oiler my services tu
tbo captain in command. I tuld you I
Was pretty brash at the time, and I hud
no knowledge of military affairs. My
notion was that tho captain would lie
ylad of a recruit, or, at leust, that ho
would make no objection to my going
svitb him. ,
"I noticed that the scout looked at mo
a little curiously, but he evidently
thought it was not bis business to edu?
cate tendorfoet, and ho only grunted.
My two companions wore us fresh as I
was, and we told the scout wo would go
along if ho bad no objection.
"'It's a free country, und I reckon
you can travel wherever you like,' ln
said. with u grin that i uhdi rstood bet?
"Wo started before dawn and had
j thirty odd miles to goto striko tbo trail ;
i where the company was expected to
' camp that night. Tin to were still some
ton miles to go, when, as wo wore
rounding a small bill, the scout suddenly
leaped from bis horse und called tons
to do tbo same.
"Ho bad scon Indians, and, to cut ii
[ short, WO camped that night ill n place
whoro tho scout said that four men could
hold out for awhile even against the
! hundred or so in the party that had sur
I rounded us. H was a certainty, though, j
that wo would all loso our sculps unless
j bolp camo, for there was no water to be
had, and the Indians knew ii and made
themselves comfortable just out of range
of our lilies.
"The scout didn't say much for a long
time, but WO could see that, ho was
tli in king as bard as any of US, and wo
wero nil pretty busy at it. There didn't
c.ci.i to lie anything to suggest, or at
least thore was nothing that I could
tliiuk of, ? sccptiug to make u dash and
try to break through.
"Nobody said anything in reply when
l Kpokc of that, and the scout gave mo
a luok of disgust, that made mo angry
enough, but -hut mo up all tho same.
Finally ho said :
" 'It's just this way: These devils
have caught us and they know it. They
W< n't mnko a rush, for they know wo
will shoot, and an Indian will never
risk being shot if bo can get bis man
without. We can't fight our way out.
There's too many of em. And wo can't
stay hero any longer than we can live
"I asked him if tho captain wouldn't
make a search for bim, und bo said tho
captain didn't know ho was coming.
'He's on bis way south,' ho said, 'and
the trail bo is on is ten miles to the east
of us. There's only one thing that I see,
and that moans certain death for some?
body, 1 reckon. It's certain death for
all of us, though, if something ain't
done.' 1 asked him what it wns, and
"'If one man can mako his way
southeast far enough so thai tho noise
of tho firing will reach tho company,
tho captain will send a searching party.
It all depends on how far tho man gi ts
before bo is killed. If we all rido out,
wo will all be killed. If ono man goes,
tho others may stand a chance.'
"We all looked at ono another in si?
lence, for a good while. My blood ran
cold nt the idea of riding out ulnno into
that pack of lionds, but I realized that
our only chance- wns for somebody to
go, and I know lifo was as swovt to the
others as it was to lue.
i "Instinctively wo began first talking
nbout tho way tho mnn who should go
should maneuver to host advantage be?
fore raising tho question who should bo
the man. It took only a few minutes,
though, for tiio scout to give his advice,
which was for ono to rido out, waving
a white handkerchief. Ho was to kc< p
to the eastward and rido as hard as lie
dared toward tho Indians, looking
Bhurply for tho weakest point in theii
line toward his right. Ho should then
mako a dash and rido as hard as possible
until it was all over, firing as often as
"Then wo bad to decide who should
go, and I supposed, of course, that wo
would draw lots, but ono of tho men
spoke up unexpectedly:
"'Whoovor goes,1 ho said, 'doesn't
Want to start for sumo hours. The scout
says just after daybreak iH tho best time.
What is tho matter of settling this thing
with poker? We can play freeze out, and
three games will settle it, tho winner
dropping out each time."
"The proposition caught me. You
know I used to pride mysolf on my
poker. After a littlohesitation tho others
agreed. Tho man who proposed it had
tho curds, and we counted out 000 coffee
beans for chips and began playing on a
blanket folded and laid on tho ground.
"You would think tho details of it
game like that would lix themselves in
the memory so that I would bo able n
tell you every band I hold and every
bet I made, wouldn't you? Well, I
can't. In fact, I can't tell anything
about tho lirst game excepting that I
was the lirst man to loso nil his chips.
I bad played often enough for what I
thought were high stakes, but. the
thought that I was playing for my life
rattled me completely, and I reully be?
lieve I bet at random.
''Whatever I did I lost, and tho man
who had proposed tho game won out.
He was shot in a gambling bouse threo
months later?had an extra ace in his
sleeve, I believe, or something like that.
"Tho next freeze out, between three of
US, was a comparatively short one. I?
did not tako more than 20 minutes for
the scout, to gather in all tho chips, but.
short as it was, I managed to get myself
together a little, though I was still full
of the thought of tho value of tho Btakes
?a thing which, I have noticed, always
interferes with my play.
"When the third game began, how?
ever, I pulled mysolf together with a
most tremendous effort and really be?
came as cool as I ever had been before
at a game of curds. The man I pluyed
against this time was a young English?
man whom I bad grown to esteem highly
in tho short time I bad known him.
His people, at homo never heard this
story, and I hope tiny never will. They
know that he was killed by the Indians
.mil thai bo was on a hunting trip, bu
they never heard of his last gome of
cards nor of the way bo rodo to his
"Wo had each :100 beans, and half a \
dozen bunds wero dealt before, either of
us gol cards to hot on. Thou on my deal
I caught three deuces and mado it GO tu
play. Hn looked at his cards and raised
ino 50, which I covered. Ho drew out
card and let it lie without looking at it,
while he watched me.
"I saw him looking, of course, and 1
am more glad than I am of almost any?
thing olso 1 ever did ill an almost use?
less lifo to think that I made the worst
ploy 1 over saw made. I liked the man
well, us I said, and somo impulse that
1 couldn't nuderstund tlx n, ami can't
explain now. odd ino to leave tho tiling
to chance aud to givo him a littlo tho
"I had played with him before, aud!
was certain that ho was thawing to u
flush, and .somehow I folt that ho had
tilled i:. ?>L course I should havo drawn
to tho strength of my hand, but I didn't.
I drew ono oard only, holding up an
t i;;ht spot to my deuces, anil L shoved
all my beans into tho pot without look?
ing at my draw.
' "Ho gave mo one look, in which 1
read a perfect appreciation of what 1
j had done, and without a word and
I without lifting his fifth card ho pushed
his chips forward.
"Then my nerve gave oat. I grew as
j white as death, 1 know, though no one
ever told mo so, ami 1 actually could
no! lift my cards. Iiis nervo never
shook, though, apparently, and he turn?
ed bis fifth card over as ho laid it on
the blanket. They wero all clubs.
"Ho looked at ino, and I swear I saw
: regret in his eyes. 1 toll you In-was a
mau. Then 1 managed to turn my hand
j over. I had drawn the other eight. '"
Thb westerner stopped. Ho drained
his glas-; and then said:
"Waiter, bring another bottle und
bring mo somo whisky besides. This stuff
doesn't go lo the right spot." Theii,
niter bo hud bad hia drink, ho said:
"You don't wonder, do you, that 1
don't play poker any more;"
"No," said his hearers, "bu! finish
"Oh, there isn'i much mere to it. At
least that is tho end of it, as I think
about, it. The Englishman shook hands
with uh all and rodoaway. Wowatchod
him until ho foil, and he must havo gone
fully three miles. A good many Indians
fell before ho did, for ho was a clever
shot. Later in the day the company
otitno to our rescue, and I am glad to
say u good many more Indians paid for
his doath withthoir own."?Now York
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THE N. K. FAinBANK COMPANY.
et. I?nU, ( Linn". S*w OrlMM, Balllaar*.
No r2"> Shr?andoah avenue n w., nine
room*, i er inontii. $15 09
Houso on Ulhh etrcot n. e., three rooms,
ocr month. $3 CO
Three housrs on Oxford avenue, Norwi h,
six rooms < sch, per month. $1 CO
No. m"! Campbell avenue s. e? six rc.oms,
por mouth . . f 9.00
No, 804 I'hird street e. e., six rooms, per
month . $9.CO
N.i :mm Third street s. e., ten rorme, per
No. 113 Kailroad avenue S.0.,six rooms,
per month. .... $6.1X1
No 'lSIUIIr a1 Avenue e e., three rooms,
per month. . $5.00
Nine rooms over Davis' hotel, Galnesbi ro
avenue hit month. $10.0
No. .'r-l Harrison avenue u. w., '. rooms,
per month. $3 00
Two etorrs on Oasnrsboro avenue n.w , per
monlii, eifh . Jli Or
Ono store, 71? Hmuioke street e. w., per mo. $7.00
One store, cornel Uallroad avei.uo and
Itandniph street, per month. $100
1'ivc o(tl c rooms. Moomaw building. Jef
frrs ti strei t, heat, water and .janitor ser?
vice b c tided, per mouth euch . iJii.Ul
Two bedroom", third tlior Moomaw build?
ing heat, water nd janitor tcrvicc in
cluaed, per month e*ch. $3C0
Six bedrooms third tlDor Didier building,
per month each.$2.00
t3f~ Also houses and lots for sale in all por
t'ons of the city. Houses for sale on the Instal?
ment, plan. Cull on
J. W BOS WEIL,
Heal Bstate and Itcntal Airent 110 v JclTerson St.
5- room dwelling un Seventh uvenue
s. w., $13.
8-roi>m dwelling on Ninth avenue 8.
13-ronni dwelling on Korer nyeDue s. j
0-room dwelling on Luck avenue s?.
?-ioom dwelling on Ninth avenue 8.
6- room dwelling on Seventh avenue
n. c , stj.
We have FOR SALIC some good?
Harrains in Isti-incsa property.
Bargain* in Resident property.
11 ireaia* in vacant h-ts.
ngaiua in farms.
Serif Se*s us before buying.
T. E. B. HART800K & CO ,
TDLET J. MITCHELL,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
S Campbell Avc.,o"jppos!tc Terry Hid'/.
Handsome 1 room dwelling on Campbell ?vc
ue, above Hark street,
Large and commodious iC-room house on
Church street. ncMr Commerce.
Handsome Irarac B room dwelling, r.li mciicrn
improvements. Itoanoke street?soalh of Albe
mii.-lc, or lilevciitt avenue.
(iot)d 5-roorn cottage, between 1'r.rk street and
tiood l room cottage on Horcr arenne, above
One 5-room hou^e on K'ghth avenue s. e.
Two li room cottages on Valley street s. e.
E?f~ To all ot these properties possession can
be had at once.
tar/- Improved properties In nil !'?rtsof Hoan
oke for sale, many Ol which are griat bargains
and on eajj ttrms. 12 2'.) tf
These for Bargains ?
A n room residence on a largo lot, Sontb Jeffer?
son street, with hath arid all conveniences, only
$t,GC0; >2Vt tsh balance easy monthl) payments,
This House could not bo bnilt for$i.7>0. We
have had some bargains before, but this beats
them all. If yen want a bargain in rc:il estate
this is your chnaee.
A 5-room cottage in the Southwest, on gocd
el/.elot-a big bargain it ftHM?$l?0 cash, bal?
ance )fS pur month.
Ninety acres of the finest 'and in RoanokO
c )unty, four mile- train Uoanoke, 10-room honse,
barn and outbuilding*, good spring and spring
branch through the land, a good oiclcirrt mm fir
tuen acre-* in line oak timber, only $3J per acre.
Kicbly worth double that amount.
Twelve acres In the town ot Vinton Just tho
place for a truck garden quality of laud first,
class, anil Is oitl cheap at JttJU. Sec this. It will
A good 8 room house In Southwest?all modorn
convenlencas, heated by furnace, etc.
A nice s or 9 room house on South .lellerson
street, all conveniences.
An 8-room honse on Horilcr street B.c.; nath
and all conveniences; $10 per month.
9 room house, closo In, all conveniences and
A list ot yonr houses, lots or farms for sale.
Wo arc In the business to stay, anrt can make
it to yonr ibterest to deal mth us. Olve us a
call. We will treat yon right.
100 .IKFKBKSON STHBBl*.
Fine farm. 15"! nrr's, well Improved, fear mlies
from xounoke. 1'rice .$5,01)0.
Farm. HO acre*, fine land, IS.- miles fiom Roan
I oke. 1'rlr.e, ts:> per acre.
Forty acre*, between Hoanoke and Salem, on
electric car line, Prlco $1,1 UO,
The her; land lu Iteaookn county, four miles
from the- city, well Imuroved and highly cul?
tivated, l'rice $"5 per acre
Seventy Otc acres tl rre mllea from Hoanoke,
?_'d"d impro\entente and orchard. Price (.'l.Sl.O,
on long time.
Kitrm, 189 acres, :i\, miles fror.j city, well Im?
proved, good fence* und plontf of water I'rlce
(9,309; (StO cash, halancc on five y<ara' time..
Fine farm, S4 acres, wi h pood Improvement,
near llollnie Institute. Pricu (:i,750.
Kigbty aer?s pood land, with all neccsary
bnildlinse, 2Si miles from olty limits. Trice
$:j.fcW; on Ion? time.
Nice 7-r"lOTO dweltlni: on ^evn'h avenn? ?. w.i
lot 60x131 feet, Price (1,600; $900 catb. balance
j (15 per month.
I (.ood (lw?Hire. Pix rooms with wa'rr on both
lioors. l'rlcc (SCO: (30 cash, balance (10 per
t'hurrh street dwelling, 8 rooms, on corner lot,
60x200 teot. Price ia.OkO.
' One of the most desirable hrick stores in busi?
ness r.euter. Price $6,000.
The best bargain In business eornrr, 08 fret
I front, that hai been nifcred In many year?.
! Price 8 1,600.
U'.V" If you want to buy, write or
\ come and sec us.
I .'.at your farms and lowu prop*
'. oriy w itli us.
Real J?*tato and Rental Agent,
Ground Floor,Terry Building.
1 SPECIAL BARGAINS
? 1 N
A iroo'l broom hr'.oK dwelling, larRO lot, in
Bonthwcal Itoauoke, with plenty of (hade, $1,100
each. Is well worth (1.600.
b room dwell ie^ in Northwest Hoanoke, (SO .
J5' cash ami s'i per month. Dan he routed for
more than the monthly payment.
Nicely papered 7 room house, correr lot. In
bostpa>tof Boutbweet, with modern improve?
ments, stable and carriage notice, with several
other outbuildings, $l,0U; (2U0 rash and $17 per
8-room honeo in Rood condition, well papered,
will, modern Improvement!, statd ? und )ati;e
lot, $ J,<iCi): $i00 cash and ft8 per month
B-room uouso In West Und, Urne lot, nice loca?
tion, (1,800; $iej eaah and fir. per month.
8-room house in ihe Southwest, modern Im
proveme Is, (I.CMi; $110 cash an 1 (t&Zper month.
Uood fi room house in Southeast, near tliu
chops, S0011; #iu cish and (10 per month.
It-room hour.', Urge corner lot, .southeast,
$360; (W> cash and (Mi per montb,
7-rooin dwelling, wlln Hewer connection, stable
ar.ii other necessary ontbnlldlmrs, (l,3tV; $M)
each, (13.60 per month witbont ii.leri st.
B-room house on Honry street n. w, (t.CSP; $95
cash and *1<> pi r month with no iutrreet. Id
renting now for $3110. (
Two 3 room co<tagea, with basement room,
I sewer connection, nice garden and go .r; location,
(800each; ?15 cash und per month with Inter- !
I t-roora hnaae on Birth avenue *. w . nicely I
I papered. Prico (1,000; (16 cash and SIS pot month.
I Konts 1 ow for Silt.
B-room house r.n largo lot, near Hoanoke ami
! Southern railroad, newly fenced, house in good
condition, $1,850; (50 cash and (13.60 urr montb.
I one 01 the best residences <>. Dhurch stieei, is
] room-, lar^'i lot, best, location, cost (s 600. b
? hsautlf nl condition li.s<i(lo ai d out 1'rlr.e (3,500;
I $600 cash, S* per month; la renting now ut <ui
I per month Also two other splendid bargains on
I Church avenue.
tine of the most desirable und best located bus
I ineea houses, In the very beat partof the business
centre, of the city (inn fourth of the price cash
and >>e rent will pay the balance. It is renting
now for 14 per cent, of the price asked. There ie
no hotter Investment in the ciiy than this Wc
have several other Hue hnr^aina In business
property on Salem avenue and Jefferson street.
0 room bonso near Wem Knd round house, (000;
(50 cash and (10 per month.
Uood b-room house, Ulghth avenue e. v., mod?
ern Improvements, stable on lot and shade, (1,100;
Nicely papered f> room honse on ho best part ot
Horenth aTcr.ee u. 0., (afSO; (50 cash and $3 per
FARMS FOR SALE.
901 acre farm R)i ml.ca from Ko.moke, cood
improvements, we.il fenced and watered, plenty
of Umher, uico young orchard, (3,500?turma
easy. This I? a great bargain.
Cft-acre farm close to K janoko, In u'ood condit?
ion, (1,000 cash.
M acres of bottom land \ Si mile? from llolllne.
with (3,500 hrlck house, at thoedceof abeantifnl
10-arre grove of forest oaks Price (Ml per aero.
ISO acres near llollins institute seven mllea
from Hoanoke city, forty acres of which la level,
the halancc upland, partly timbered Rood water,
fairly rooiI Improvements, fine peach an.1 apple
orchard, land woll adapted to truck farmliiR, ail
kinds fruit ami grapes prlco(l.?.V); very cheau.
Also a i'reat many other ba-Ralns in city and
country property, which we would he Rind to
ibow at any lime.
If you want to buy or rent, sell or exchange
come and ace ua.
T. W. SPINDLE & CO,
No. X Campbell Avenue 8. W.
SCROFULA AND ULCEHS CURED.
There is no doubt, according to the
many remarkable cures performed by
Botanic ?lood Halm ("M. B. B."), that
it is far the best Tonic and Blood Purifier
ever manufactured All others pale luto
insignificance, when compared with It.
It cures pimples, ulcers, skin diseases,
and all manner of blood and skin nil
incuts. Buy the best, and don't throw
your money away on substitutes. Try
the long tested and old reliable 11. B. B.
$1 00 per huge bottle. For sale by all
Mothers whose children are troubled
with bad colds, croup, ot whooping cough
will do well to read what Or. R. K.
Robey, of Olney, Mo., says on this sub?
ject. Ho writes: "For years we have
used Chamberlain s Cough Remedy, and
always keep it in the house. It is re?
garded in our family as a specific for all
kinds of colds and coughs. The 25 and
50 cent bottles for sale by all (linguists.
If you once use it you will never ngnin
be without it. Pond's Extract is nature's
own remedy for aches and pains.
Take a Look at these.
We Can Please You on Terms:
8-rnoffi dwelling, hut i and oil conveniences,
bslem avenue a W.. $t,8fl0.
B room dwlllnz, Ninth avenue ?. w , both, hot
and cold water, $1,1100.
?1 room cottage, Itorer uveuuo e w., $!fJ"; cash
$?.'>, monthly $('..
0 room dwelling, nlcr> shade on lot. Third avc
mi". neur Un'.tl kjanulu; great bargain a. price
and terms. $i,BO(!.
n-rram dwelling and hi'i"nM t on Vinton c?r
line, lot UK'liao. Oreat bargain a $' 830; cueh
$o<i, balance easiest kind month) payments.
room dwelling West Knd s. w . hot and cold
s-room dwell eg, u'esi Knd, Falrm avenno,
huth, bat end cold water, gO"d t-iahlem lot.
$1,81 ( ; good terms.
Konr DeauMfnl lots rear llelmont school, J1C0
each; cavil $5, monthly $5.
7 room dwelling Southeast, $-5 i-on the instal?
r-room cottige on Edge wood street, nicely
papered, boantlfn! yard, $U,0; c sb $ltu, balance
to ?tilt purebaser.
II room dwelling nicely papered, near West Ki.d
roundb mfc, n w , $iOO; ein-\ lerms,
0room residence on Third avenues. w? n?sr
I St. James Uhurcn, su?cr connection, $;."><; chsy
I 6-room dwelling on Contro nvetetr n. w., near
Park street, lot G?xl3S, $1,8 0; small cash pay
r> room dwelling with has< menl on Holiday
street, $SS0; cash $50; month!} fl?
Etgh y-foor acre farm. .-ic-in In timber, 110
seleci apple tries, tl room dwelling t> al le und all
necessary outbuildings, under e o fence, plenty
of water, Jk'.O; one-third cash, halunco one ai.it
two v a's.
1A0acres as line land as any lr the county, two
miles from city win sell as a whole or rn> n
in. in small tracts to suit purchaser. Ibis Is flue
for truck gardening'
XJra/" Several business houses and
dwellings lor Rent.
Ha. l<> .fcflcrMon St.
BOT A NSC
THE GREAT REMEDY
A FOR ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES
>, Bos bann thorouRhly tested l>y
V eminent phystoiann and the peo
? pie for forty years, und eures
0* quickly and permanently
W SCROFULA. ULCERS. ECZEMA.
Sj RHEUMATISM. CATARRH. ERUPTIONS.
5 end all ninnneror KATIMO. HPRKAPINO ami '
(3 WJr. WIN'S H?11E3 .it la hy far the boat tonic (
^ana biopd purinai ev??r erlernt}. v> U^. ?jorlci.
%, UP mo nemui .nd [.tri'riyin -rum iM ,t,-wc uuac.
<$" For salo cy druggists.
?tSEWT FREE wo,n?-fo0iW
BLO'JO ?ALM \sJ.. Atlanta, Ca.
v_ BUGGY ROBES
^ CARRIAGE ROBES
The Largest, Best
and Most Attractive
Lot Ever Brought to
Roanoke.. . . . . ..
NELSON & MYERS,
207 Commerce St. 8. W.
The progressive ladies of* Westfield,
Ind., Issued n "Woman's Edition" of
the Westfield News, bearing date of
April 3, 1896. The paper is tilled with
matter of interest to women, and we no?
tice the follojring correspondence, which
the editor., printed, realizing that it
treats upon n matter of vital importance
to their sex; "The best remedy for
croups, colds and bronchitis that I have
been able to lind is Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. For family use it has no
equal. *I gladly recommend it." 26 and
1 50 cent.bottlcs for sale by all druggists.