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Tiin carpeulers ami painters
now have charge of ray store?
room to refit and remodel in
evnry respect. I intend to have
n bright ami attractive place of
business', where every article will
be marked in plain Gsures and
so'.d at strictly one price. My
meihuds of doing business will bo
ou business principles aud I ho,.o
to have my now home ready to
r eceive you about February 18.
Watch for Special Announce?
Successor to Jos. Cohn,
Cor. Campbell mid Jefferson Sis.,
North, Kast,"oouth, West the Hower of
(lours is "Pillsbury's Best."
Costs n 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
something else is ' just as good," but it
HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents,
Hartsook Building, Market Square.
LA'MGE S. BHVIS.
??3D "23 C0v2Mi3~EB-!
Office No. ti Camprtetl Ave. W . Roftnottc, Va.
Kepre-r t-me strongest Hre Companies; Slami
ard Acci lent Company; Mutual Lite insurance
Company of New York
COMING AND GOING
"W. F, Bryant, deputy clerk of the
courts, wiis detained ax his home yester?
day by sickness.
Rev, C. I>. Bulla, the eloquent and
popular pastor ol Grace Methodist
Church, is quite sick with the grippe.
Ger>. P, Hoy! left yesterday 'for Win?
ston, N. C.
?lohn Dickey, of Lynchburg, was in the
I. II. Adams, of Lynchburg, was here
yesterday on business.
Cept. A. S. Payne, of Lynchburg, was
here on business yesterday.
Honter Roach and wife left fi>r Oak
Hill, W. Ya., yesterday.
A. B. Brynnt. of Brugh's Mill, returned
Judge J. Thompson Browu, 'of Nelson
county, was in the city yesterday.
K. C. Hamncr, a well known Lynch?
burg citizen, was in Roanoko yesterday.
Ashy Watts, a prominent banker of
Lynchburg, was in tho city yesterday on
John P. Pettyjohn, the well known
Lynchburg contractor, was a guest at
Hotel Roanokc yesterday.
W. H. Fussell, who has been on the
sick list for the past two weeks, is on the
J. H. Carter, of the Richmond Dis?
patch, registered at the St. James yester?
John B. Strother, Georee P. Williams
and P. L. Williams, of Winston, X. ('..
are at the St. James.
Louis 15. Spangler, of Philadelphia, and
F. J. Fitr.patrick, of Baltimore, are
among the guests at the Ponce de Leon.
Miss Lillie II. Cutchin left yesterday
evening to visit, the family of her uncle,
Major Sol. Cutchin, of Richmond, Ya.
Mrs. C. H. Hondurant and Mrs. C. B.
Moore, of Nameless, Va., who have been
at tending the funeral of their father, Win.
McBrlde, returned home yesterday.
Mis. A. C. Douglassand IL M. Moore,
of Lynchburg, were in the city yesterday
attending the funeral of Mr. Davis.
Messrs. J. B. Andrews and B. P HufT,
of the lirni of Hull', Andrews & Thomas
Co., are spending a few 'lays in the city
with W. II. Thomas, president of the
above named firm. ? Bluedeld Telegraph.
K. S. Riddick, of Catogni's Bliicfteld,
IV. Ya., restaurant, has accepted a posi?
tion as night clerk at the St. .lames and
has already entered on his duties.
A. P. Hennois has accepted a position
at the St. .lames.
Mrs. M. L. Bishop and daughter, of
Floyd Court House, "were in the city yes?
A. 15. Scott and II. C. Evans, ol Lynch?
burg, are registered at the Poucede Leon.
J. M. McDuell, of .Washington, presi
lent of the fat men's club of that city, is
?L F. Jones, sheriff of Washington
county, was in the city yesterday on hus
Jno. R Strothcr, P. F, Williams ami
Oeo. P. Williams, of Winston, are guests
at the St. James.
J. E. Janeway, of Columbus, Ohio, and
R. M. Hall, of Louisville. Ky., who are
With me utm?i
ir wasn't Nerve,-ri/V
Rnvhow he walked into o
with an armful of copv tor
it mis evening." it was
thought he was joking, Di
it? 7\sk anvboclv.
The Stone Printing
EDW. L STONE, President.
largely Interested in tho oil business, are
registered at the St. James.
Tho Bchr Bros, piano ranks with tho
high grade instruments of lone standing.
* * * Tho house to-day Is one of the
well-known institdtions, and its piano a
favorite throughout the country.?The
FOR POCATIONTAS NUT OR LUMP
COAL GO TO W. K. ANDREWS &
CO., 219 SALEM AVENUE. Their
teams have hells.
A? I have sold out my business in Ron
noke and will icmovc from the city, all
persons having claims against me will
present the samt; for payment at once,
and all those indebted to me will please
call at my office and pay the same before
the 1st of February. Air. W. II. Horton j
has purchased my business, and I hope
my friends will continue their patronage
with mv successor.
W. C. WILLIAMS.
8-<3>-o<a<?-o-^c?-o> o ^ a> a
4 We have 4
I sold all of I
6 Our 5c Prunes, 6
I but have a full |
4 supply of all the 4
I other articles, |
4 HUNTER <& CO 9
6 'Phone 19S. %
I 27 Salem Ave. S. W.
r*BE IT WAS CONriDCNCt
ur place a few clavs ago,
a Brief. " I'd lilve to nave
men three o'clock. We
jt he wasn't. Did he get
j and ManTg. Co.,
. . . TO/WOKE, VR.
VALUABLE STOCK OF HARDWARE
Rids are invited on the stock of hard?
ware of the late firm of Evans Bros., of
Roanoke, Va., with a view of making a
private sale of the same. Tho stock con?
sists of a full line of heavy and shelf
hardware, which on January 1, lt>l>7, in?
ventoried $14,811.15. The stock may he
seen and inspected at Xo. 152 Camphell
avenue, Roanoke, Va., and the under?
signed will he glad to show the stock of
goods and receive bills from parties desir?
ing to purchase.
The terms of sale may be either for cash
or on credit, but in case of a sale on
credit satisfactory security will be requir?
ed of the purchaser. In case such an offer
is not received by February 15, 1S!)7, as
will justify a private sale, the stock will
be disposed of in the manner prcscilhed
in the deed of trust from A. .1. Evans and
wife to E. L. Hell, trustee, dated October
?0, 1804. II. T. HALL.
Receiver. Roanoke, Va.
~ DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
Tili1 firm ol Williamson & Workman
has this day been dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr. Perry Williamson purchas?
ing the interest of Mrs. E. K. Workman
in the linn. The business will be con?
tinued by Ferry Williamson at 223 anil
224 Salem avenue, who assumes all debts
owing by the firm, and to whom all-debts
due the firm should be paid. Thanking
our Iriends and the public fur their very
liberal patronage, and wishing a continu?
ance of the same to the new firm.
MRS. E. F. WORKMAN.
Roanoke, Va., .ran. 10, IS!l7.
Having purchased the interest of Mrs.
E. F. Workman in the firm of William?
son .V Workman, 1 will continue the bus?
iness of new and second-hand furniture,
carpets and bouse furnishing uoods at
the same place, Nos. 222 and 224 Salem
a venue, (Stnith building). Highest cash
prices paid fur second band furniture.
Ilibargcr makes a business of repairing
line watches only.
Listen to the belled teams of W. K.
ANDREWS & CO. as they deliver coal
and wood to their customers. Scud yov.r
orders to 21!) Salem avenue.
1 Follow the Crowi
I And the \
\\ you will t
I in St Cla
ins at the
o Table Delicacies, Both
Cross & Blackwell's Chow-Chow i
ported Prepared Mustard. Helnz'a I
Salad Dressing. Mrs. Kidd's Pin M<
Z*x/~ Vou will find our store clean,
; SELLER? OF THE WORl
, HI Jefl"er?oii Street
, 'fltone 111
I TO LEAVE ROANOKK. *
I W. C. Williams, the livery man, has
recently disposed of his livery business
in the city, W, II. Horton becoming the
purchaser. |Mr. Willlnms gives up his
business herelfor the. purpose of going to
?Washington, where he will take cha:ge
of the largo livery business at 1724 G
street n. w. Mr. Williams will leave the
latter part of the week and his family,
consisting of wife, two sons, Clarence
and .lack, and daughter. Miss Susie, will
follow afterwards. The latter'.is now a
student at Hollies Institute and will re?
main there until the end of the session.
.1. Matthew Neltns will remain here and
settle tip the business and will go to
Washington about March I.
A JOINT ENTERTAINMENT.
The various lodges of the Knights of
Pythias will join to-night in an entertain?
ment at. their hall. The character of the
affair is not known to The Times, ami it
will be for members only.
SOMETHING TO DEPEND ON.
Mr. .lames Jones, of the drug linn of !
Jones Son, Cowdcu, 111., in speaking
of Dr. King's New Discovery, says that
last winter his wife was attacked with
La Grippe, ami her case "row so serious
that physicians at Cowdbn ami Pnna
could do nothing for her. It seemed to
develop into hasty consumption. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in store, and
selling lots of it. he took a bottle home,
ami to the surprise of all she began to gel
better from first dose, and half dozen
dollar bottles cured her sound and well.
Dr. Kind's New Discovery for CotlSUmp- I
tion, Coughs and Cold-, is guaranteed to
do this good work. Try it. Free trial
bottles at Mnssie's Pharmacy, 10!? Jeffer?
Persons who are troubled with indi?
gestion will be Interested in the exper?
ience of Win. A. Penn, chief clerk in the
railway mail service at Des Meines, Iowa, i
who writes: "It gives me pleasure to
testify to the merits of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy.
From two years I have suffered from In?
digestion, and am subject to frequent
severe attacks of pain in the stomach and
bowels. One Ol two doses of this rem?
edy never fails to give perfect relief.
Price 33 and 50 cents: sold by all drug?
irst thing you know
Li r Bros' store, look
ir display of
Foreign and Domestic
und English Pickles. Price's Im- t
?lcklcs and Condiments. Durkco's '
our goods fresh and first-class.
L.D'8 BEST GROCERIES. |
C. F. BLOUNT, Manager.
AT 114 SALEM ATE.
All-wool Drees (ioode, none bettor, for 23c i>e 1
yard. .; 1
All-wool Novelty Drees Goods. JO, <? and 75c.
Largo Uno of Ilfantlful Vlalds at )?Xc per yard J
Largo Hue ot UoautKul Worsted Qooda atl?Xi
prr vard. 5, .
IHac'i Drees (Joods from l'l.Sc tu fl.io cor yard!
Thie weelt: 1*.
Kert Planne', In twill, at 14c, worth 16 3 3c. if
Kcd Flannel. 111 Twill, marked down to 10 f
Ked Flannel, In twlil. marked down to 30c. froii
Kcd Finnncl, in twill, marked down to 20jj
Whltr Flnnnel*in all qnalillca?tho boat Conto?l
Flannel, tor 8c, worth nie.
WM. F. BAKER CO
ill Saloin Avcnne.
litd I? the renull 01
(Dili- nnd Mulch n cli?
Thl? remedy doci
ot contain niercnr;!
or other tnjarlooV
OREftM BUM ,
COLD 'n HEAD mtSUKS?A
l ua. u .a lull .mniailou, Ueal* aud urotectn th>* [
Membrana fr?m Colds, KeatoreA ihn Noun's or |
Tustc nod nnieil. I? i|nlekl]f ah.ornetl. (live*
relict at once. 5 J cents at Druggists or by mal!; |
?ampl< * I0el hv mall,
IA.\ lt.tU'l HKiCS, r.ii Warren Street, New York.
TUB PACT THAT DOCTORS
frequently advise change of nir and cli-|
mate to those suffering from catarrh i>
proof that catarrh is a local anil climatic^
disease. Therefore, unless you can leave
home and business y<.u should us" ElyV
( ream Halm. Applied directly to the
seat of the disease. It effects instant relief']
and a satisfactory cure after short contin?
uance No mercury or injurious drug isI
contained in the Halm.
TWELVE Ladies' Black Cheviot Jackets,
newest goods, our tegular $5 ones, now
f our best $7 ones, great bargain, reduct d to
ELEVEN Ladles' Black Cheviot Jackets,
eilk lining, regular price $10. Those who
call early enough will get them for only. ..
PLEVEN beautiful "Caterpillar' Cheviot
Jackets, in black and colors; our neigh
born have been getting $15 f. r this kind,
TOUR Black Astrakhan Capes, length 20 7C
t Inches, regular price $8, now only. 0uil U
MINE Fine Black Beaver Cloth Capes,
weici $6.50 und f6, reduced to
QNE French Seal Cape, size 34, was $12 50, Jij jj
0\'E Tan Beaver Jacket, a decided beauty, fjft
size 36, was $12.50, now. Qf l|jU
ANE Tan Kersey Jacket, size 32, quite (DK 7r\
" pretty, was $10, row. iPU.lU
FIVE pilTS 11-4 California White
Wool Blanke:.s?the finest $7 ,50
Blanket in Arueiica?to close this
small lot, only.
Thrre Eiderdown Comforters, 72xSr $0 7C
irches, regular price $5?who'll get tbem? r?Ji I U
SIX p'eces pretty Novelty Dress Goods, all
pure fine wool, 40 inches wide, best 50c
goods, reduced to.
TEN pairs 11-4 Heavy White Wool Blank?
ets, warranted wool both warp and fill?
ing?there is not a better >6 blanket in
ORLD-WIDE LONG CLOTH.'' What
Is It? It Is a beautiful fine Sea Island
Unbleached Muslin, made of long staple cotton,
put up express]3' for us in 12-yard pieces; cor?
rect value 7J/3C a yard; to introduce it we will
sell It for.
4?C WEET MAIDEN" Is a fine Toilet Soap,
D a large white cake, put up three in a box;
it should be 25c a box, but we are introducing
it to the Rcanoke trade for.
NE 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 year?,
exceptional value. Prices range from
ANE lot Fine all pure Wool Vests and
bi/vah?s ,,,1-,yearMh?finest8C0^ 35c to 80c
TWO lots Lakes' Fine White Wool Vests and
Pants, both ribbed and plain?the best regular f7Rn
$1 goods?now only... Ivw
T ADES' White Union Suits, of the
? celebrated "Oneita" shape, sizes Al Onit
3 to 6, only $1 ?\ bill!
ane solid case Gent's Laundered Percale
v Shirts, new spring goods, regular value 50c,
but just to make it interesting for early buy- QQ?
ers, only. JJJb
TNFANTS' Fine Half wool Vests, sizes 2, 3, 4, ?; and
1 6; prkes only.25c, 28c anil 35c
INFANTS' Fine Cotton Vests, ribbed and fleeced,
1 sizes 2, 3 and 4, only.125^C
INFANT;' Finest All wool Vests, sizes ?, 3, 4 and
1 5?beautiful little garmentF,'50c, 60C, 65tfaniT75C.
HNE case Ladies' Seamless Black Hose, that Qn
" sells everywhere for 10c a pair?special at. .. Qy
Tohlfl I 111011 ! Housekeepers will find Eonienh
I (IIIIB Llllull a things in the Remnants of Tab
Linens for the next few days,
There are some fifty or sixty pieces In the lot. Come
ear y They will go fast.