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Now is the time to make up for
the coming summer, and
avoid sewing during the
New 36-inch Ail-wool Dress
Goods, in small and white
checks, only 25c per yard.
New Covert Cloths, beautiful
spring shades, two-toned
effect, only 75c; just the
thing for tailor-made suits.
Twenty Dress Patterns-just the
Thing for the coming spring
(eight yards to the pattern),
only 75c per yard, worth
100 pieces Black Dress Goods,
in plain and fancy, at prices
ranging from 25c up.
Ws feel assured that we can
sava you at Isast 25 per
csnt. on your purchases.
Wash Goods Department.,
New Percales, 36 inches wide,
only 8c yard.
New Cambric-Finished Percales.
New Outings, just the thing for
Wrappers, only 10c per yd.
New timings, suitable for ?ojs'
Shifts, at 8c.
New spring line Vicuna Chid,
for wrappers, at 10c yard.
New line of Shrunk Duck, only
10c per yard.
White Goods Department
200 pieces tfhite Check Nain?
sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, iOc,
l2Mc and 15.
200 pieces Vvhite India Linen,
regular goods, at 5c, 8c,
10c, I23^c and up.
White and Colored Organdy (two
yards wide) at 25c, 35c
imperial Long Cloth, chamois
finish 12 yards for $1.15.
BLERCHED1 UNBLEACHED COTTONS
Wamsutta 4-4 Bleached at 10c
Best qualiiv 4-4 Lonsdale Cam?
bric at 10c.
Best quality 7 8 Cambric at
Lockwood 10-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 20c.
Lockwood 9-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 18c.
Mohawk 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 Un?
bleached Sheeting, !2Kc(
15c and 18c.
Full line of Hamburg Edgings and
Insertions, on Cambric,
Nainsook and Swiss, at 4c,
5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c
Full line of Torshon and Valen?
LUCE 1 [BEIlFi? DEP'T,
Lace Curtains at 75c, $1,
$1.25, $1.50, and up.
Chenile Curtains, all colors,
from $2.50 per pair up.
No charge made for Poles and
SURETY FOR ALL!
THE UNITED STATES
Ol' I2:titi2iit>r<s 32<1.
Accepted l>y the United states Govern?
ment as Solo Surety on Honda oi Distil?
lers, Collectors of Customs and Internal
Revenue, Gangers, Store-Keepers and
other Government Officials and Employes.
IS""" Information cheerfully Inrnlshed by
J. H. MORRIS, General Agent,
till Terry ntillilliiK.
S?E LOCAL NEW
Remember that we inaugurated a year
ago the now popular prices, $:!.?;"> and $4
lor coal. Heel' We lead, others some?
time follow. J. II. WILKINSON & Co.,
102 Third street s w. 'Phone J1 <>.
Half seasoned snwetl oak blocks are
best for the new style of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal at ($51 75 per
ton. Koard Coal Company, 21) 1<3 Snlcm
KPWORTII LEAGUE MEETING.
The literary department of the Ep?
worth League had a meeting at [Greene?
Memorial Church last n'ght. There was
a good attendance, and among the many
interesting features was the paper on
church history, read by Samuel Wallace.
A GOOD CITIZEN DEAD.
Glyndon Brown died last niuhtatlO
o'clock at his residence, No. :'(>S
Eleventh avenue s. w. Two weeks ago
he was striekrn with apoplexy, which
caused paralysis of the entire left, sh'e
Since then he gradually grew worse until
last night, when be quietly passed away,
lie was Mi years old and leaves a wife and
one child. For a number of years he has
been employed in the store-keeper's tic
partment at the Hoanoke Machine
Works, and prior to that time had resid?
ed in Washington Ills father, who lives
in Indianapolis, was notified of 'his death
last night, and until he is heard from no
announcement will be made as to the
time and place of burial. Deceased was
a quiet man with many estimable traits
of character, and was h; Id in high rcuard
by .-ill w ho knew him. He was an affec?
tionate husband, a devoted father and a
trne friend. The bereaved family have
tlid heartfelt sympathy of many friends
in (heir great affliction.
Van Lear Bros, will sell you Hoist's
garden seed that are fresh.
A PLEASANT EVENT.
Virginia Cnstle, No. 2, Ancient Order
Knights of the Mystic Chain, gave a veiy
enjoyable entertainment at their Castle
on Jefferson street last night and at
which ;t number of members from castle
No 1 of the same order were present.
After the regular routine of business had
been disposed "of. including the confer?
ring of the second anil third degrees, Sir
Knight Rev. Ira W. Kimme! and others
made some very appropriate remarks.
Refreshments, cigars and excellent music
helped to nii'.ke the occasion one of much
pleasure to all present.
MR. LUNSPORI) ACCEPTS A CALL.
W illiam Luusford, who recently aban?
doned (he practice of law to enter the
mini-try, and was extended a call by the
East Hoanoke llaptlst 'Church, accepted
ihe call at the regular Wednesday night's
service, and will enter upon his work in |
a short time.
WAIIOO TRIBE MEETING.
There will he a meeting of Wahoo j
Tribe of Led Men in '.their wigwam to?
night, ami the hunter's degree will be I
given. Several prominent Roanoko pale !
face.- will he taken in'the tribe.
SUNDAY CHICKEN FIGHTING.
Citizens of the Northwest section re?
port that chicken lighting is^indulged in
on Sundays in the Mclro.se ami Watts
woods, and think that the Mpolice should
take steps to prevent it.
WANTED?At once. s700 onTiinproved
Hoanoke 'property, well located: valued
at $*3,?00; no encumbrances. Address
?"XXX," Times ollice.
A festival will he given by the ladies of
the Fourth Avenue .Christian Church at
Fisher's store. Park street, to night anil
to-moi row night.
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.
Rosa Hell McGlllre and Clarence Pouse
were locked up in the police station last
night, charged with being drunk and dis?
orderly. Fouse is from Salem, and con?
fidentially informed the oflicers last night i
that the oflicers in Salem were [afraid of
him, as he was a had man, but rather j
than cause hard feelings wouldgcquietly ,
with them. Rosa Hell is an old offender,
but says if she is lined heavily this morn- i
Ing she will remain in jail forever, hut
the oflicers think her determination will ,
end when the effects of her drunk wears j
ANOTHER NEW HOUSE.
W. U. Kcyster bought a lot on Third
avenue n. w.. yesterday | morning, and in
t he afternoon commenced work prepara?
tory to building a house.
Munsey's, Cosmopolitan, Metropolitan,
McCIore's, Argosv, Godey's,Lippincol t'.-,
Century. Harper's, Review of Reviews,
Ladies' Home Journal, Brann's Annual,
at .lack's news depot.
Mangos .V Payuter, the Commerce
street shoe dealers, are offering some rare
bargains in special lines of ladies' and
You Step Out
The Moths SU
In packing nw&y S
n?iM, Kianlc p*-*, 1
pro . c:ed A trifl
..sr.-t nex: fall.
Presenptloaa Filled Only
"YE DEESTRICT SKULE."
At tho solicitation of a largo number
who were unable to attend beforj, "Ye j
Deestrict Skule," of fifty years auo, was"
repeated at the First Baptist Church last
night, and anyone who witnessed the
performance last night could certainly
see why the public should wish it repeat?
ed. The church was well filled, and the
queer antics of those children, depicting
perhaps in a more life-like manner than
perhaps wo of the present generation
can realize, the school of our forefathers,
caused one continuous laugh to prevail.
I'rofesoor Duke as By ram Hornuarger,
the school master, was very good, and
when he would pass as correct stammer
lug Hill Smith, intimating that life was
too short to allow William bait an hour
to spell bis word he never tailed to net
the applause of the large audience. The
declamation on "George Washington,"
by .lohn I?. St. .lohn, was very good In?
deed, as were the recitations and decla?
mations by the other members of the
school Mrs Simpson in the part of Mrs.
Honeysuckle, mother of the twins, was
very good. In fact erery character in the
farce was well taken and well acted, and
everyone acquitted themselves credit ably.
The 'Deestrict Skule" isu great favorite,
as was evidenced by the Inroo audienee,
and should they see lit to repeat it at any
future time, will no doubt have a large
W. B. Daniel & Co. httve just received
one car load of oats and corn, and two
cars of timothy hay, also a large supply
ol Pocahontati conl. Odice and yard near
Salem avenue,under Henry street bridge.
ALLEGIIANY OPENS THE SEASON.
The Alleuhany baseball team has been
getting ill trood prac tice work every titty
that the weather WOlt'tl permit. Mr.
Brodle had them out at the Athletic Hark
yesterday afternoon, getting accustomed
to the grounds, as all the home games
will he played there. The llrst*half hour
was spent, in a hatting practice, then the
team crossed bats with the ni lie composed
of semi professionals, who happened to
be out. Two or three of them had conic
here to apply for positions *on the Ron;
nokc team, if such a team was organized.
The professionals, however, were not in
the game at all with the college lads, who
were in lirsteluss condition, owing to
Walter Hrodie's successful training. The
game ended with the score IM to I. in
favor of the Allegbany team. lAlle
ghany's first scheduled name is to \ta
played lure with Blacksburg.
Tilts season WE'VE ADDED
BICYCLE Si its, ANYTHING Vor
i.ikk an it at little lost.
Suits kicom $0.150 to $15.00
We've everything elsetiiat
MisTEit Wheelman needs;
cats. Belts, Hose, Sweaters.
Si it-oiiteks, Etc,
GILKESON & TAYLOR,
HATTEIIS AND UTltNlSHERS.
TAKEN TO THE PENITENTIARY.
W. N. Dawson, one of the guards from
the penitentiary, at Richmond, passed
through on No. <> last night having in
charge Chas. Jackson, of Wise county,who
Is sent, up for one year for murder, AUu
Hy Steel, of Ta/.ewell, who was sentenced
to fifteen years for murder. Deputy
Sergeant lloswell met him at the station
with Chas. Webb, who goes up for one
year for larceny. Mr. Dawson said he
had considerable trouble with Steel |
When he lirsf brought him on the train;
be was acting era/.y and trying to bite
everybody he came in contact with, but
after chaining hi::; to the seat he soon
signified his willingness to quiet down
ami behave himself it he would release
ST. JAMES ARRIVALS.
H, s. Raumgnrdncr, Bedford: .Tno.
Torrence, Braddock, Ha.: W. R. Shelor,
Rad ford; T. II. Torgeth, Salem: P. Yates,
New York: P.Wright, Philadelphiu; Mrs.
B. '/.. Shumate, Bluelield; fleo. M. Coekc,
Had ford, were at the St. .lames yester?
GONE TO I.YNCHBURG.
Mrs. ('. V. Shafer left yesterday for
Lynchburg, where she will join her hus?
band, who left a day or two ago. Mr.
Shafer is selling an adding machine and
he and his wife have been at the St.
.lames for several weeks.
At C. li. Muse's stall, in the city mar?
ket, will be found the best beef ever put
on the Koanoke market. If you want a
roast and steak olV of it you 'will have to
go early, for it is taking the people's eve
and is going fast. He also has a nice
stock of veal, pork, etc. Giro him a call
and you will be convinced that'be keeps
a fresh stock of the best meats on the
market, and will always treat you right.
A passer-by in the neighborhood of the
Rcunoke ice plant yesterday evening wit?
nessed a most disgusting sight. One of
the numerous female denizens of that
section was taking lessons on a man's
bicycle, guided by it young man, whose
name is known, and who would tdo well
to take warning.
A game of baseball will be played Sat?
urday afternoon at 2:110 o'clock bet wee.:
the Bel moot ami Hark street (dubs, to
which the public is invited. The battery
for Hark street will be Starkey and Jeter.
Belmont's battery has not yet been de?
DIED WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
The remains of Mrs. N. A. Fowler, who
died at. her home at the Kerry store, in
Koanoke county. Wednesday evening,
were brought to Koanoke yesterday and
sent to her former home in Danville for
MKS. DAKNALL IMPROVING.
Mrs. 11. M. Darnall. who has been
quite sick at her home on Henry'street
for the pasr month, is improving slowly,
and is now able to sit up some.
Of Your Wintor Clothing; ?
^alskins, W'rcs, M11 ffs Ovr-coats. KUn
O c. use l'rcBcrviiijg Camphor.
Mo-.hs wilt not molest &nyiuti>g thus
nj expenditure now will a^vo jou Dol?
by tir.ol nates in I'liarimu-y."
i*t-? -, PHARM\c;st;.
?.^i?, Cor. bull-in Ava i-.i k-ff.Bt
TRUST COMPANY CASE.
Mr. Moomnw concluded his speech on
the right of the Hoanoke Trust.Loan find
Safe Deposit Company, under'their char?
ter and the existing laws, to have pre
forred creditors in the circuit court yes>
terdny morning, before .Indue Whittle,
and the question of whether or not de?
posits of dune 13 und 121 were trust
funds, aud should have preference over
other depositors, was raised. These de?
positors were represented by Mr. Urares,
und Messrs. Harris llo?*e, iMoHugh,
Bryan, Berkeley und Judge Williams op?
posed their right The next question
raised was whethei or not'the Bettle G.
Lewy tax account and C. A. McHugh,
special depositor, shotd-' get their money
entirely or share with the other deposi?
tors of the institution. Mr. Watts opened
the discussion, ami was followed by Mr.
Miller and Captain McHugh, and the
argument was closed by R. E. Scott. The
next question raised was the matter of
the Hngerstown Bank and the Lynchburg
Trust Company, and the question in?
volved was whether or not depositors
who have notes in hank were entitled to
offset, or whether they should pay their
notes oil* and then share equally with the
other depositors. There was quite an
animated discussion on this point en?
gaged in by Messrs. "McHugh, 'Staple-,
Robertson and Williams. Judge Wil?
liams lu prefacing his remarks, said that
considerable had been said about, this be?
ing a dead institution, and that from the
number of lawyers at tending the wake he
was fearful then' wouldn't be enough
left to pay funeral expenses. After Judge
Williams had concluded his speech court
adjourned until this morning at lo
o'clock. The interest in the case does
not diminish as it progresses, end a large
number of the representative lawyers of
the town were in attendance. It is
thought that the arguments as to the ex?
ceptions will be concluded today, and
that Judge Whitt'e will render his de?
cision by to-morrow evening.
See the "Preserving Camphor" at 25
cents per pound in Van Lear Bros.' cor?
ner window. Agreeable odor aud takes
the place of gum camphor.
A DEMOI [SHED CAR.
Special car No. 'J, us->d by ' Manager
Bands and Vice-President Barr, of the
Norfolk and Western railroad, ami the
one in which they were when their train
ran into the slide ?near"Roderfteld Wed?
nesday, was brought Into the shops yes
terdny lor repairs. One end is very badly
torn up, and the glass it, nearly all the
windows is broken. If is a marvel how
Manager Sands and Mr. Darr escaped In?
juries. It is reported that their engine is
about 120 feet from the track in Tug
river The fireman. Dtn Johnson, who
was badly scalded, was resting easy yes
terday, and his injuries are not so had as
was at first reported.
MR. SWARTH WOR&E.
A. 15. Swartz, leader of the Hoanoke
Light Infantry Band, whose illness has
been noted, had a relapse yesterday, and
j at last reports was in ;. critical contii
j A SMALL FIRE.
An alarm of fire was turned in yester
[ day morning, and it was found that, the
engine room in the cellar of the Ponce do
Leon Hotel was on lire. The Junior
Hose Company responded promptly to
j the alarm and soon succeeded in ex tin
I gitisldcu the flumes. The tire originated
I from a barrel in which th&y were smok?
ing some bacon. The barrel '-aught on
lire, and from there the Unities spread to
tin- rafters overhead. No damage of any
j consequence 'vna done.
fa y THE BEST is none too good
fj&1&^ I'M you. Ride a 'Cleveland''
gTHkA and he happy. Bicycles from
ggr $40 to $125. Kodaks from $5 to
W HOANOKE CYCLE CO.,
I *- E. L. Fllppo, Manager.
ILLUSTRATED BOOK KREE
' with every purchase at Hopcroft's, 7
j Jefferson street. The latest magazines
daily, weekly and .-'uin!ay~uaners always
! on hand. Cigars anil tobacco a specialty.
All March magazines now in.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I hereby give notice that I will not be
1 responsible for any debts contracted by
my wife, Marvin Sprow.
W. S. SPROW.
Hoanoke, March ::, IS'.i".
The Webb Shoe Company and the shoe
department of 1). R. Real & Co. have
heen consolidated under the lirm name of
Siliert, Webb ?.V Co. Their new place ol
business at oil Salem avenue has been
enlarged by au i \tension of the building
through to Front street, giving the new
company ample and elegant quarters for
their immense stock. They will in a few
days display the largest and most varied
Stock of shoes ever opened ill Southwest
Virginia. They invite tiie public to In?
spect their goods.
VOLK MILLER SICK
(in account of sickness Polk Miller will
! not till bis engagement at Calvary Lap
list Church Friday evening. March ?. It
i- hoped, however he will he able to till
the engagement at an early date.
SMITH BROTHERS COUGH BROPS.
One of these drops put into the mouth
before going to bed loosens the plllcglll and
, causes the patient I:, enjoy a comfortable
' night's sleep. Fresh lot just received and
I for sale, ? cents per box, by J. J. ? A
Beautiful 5room cottage, large lot,
Southwest Roanoke. near center of city.
. Price, $1,050; $100 cash, balance $12.50
t per month without interest.
Good 7-rooni house near the shops,
' Northeast Hoanoke. Price, $850; $8
cash, and $8 per month with Interest.
8-room corner house, Northwest Roa
? nokc, good location: house in good condi
i rion. Price, $1,230- $12.50 cash, and
$12.50 per mouth.
T. W SPINDLE & Co.,
No. s Campbell avenue ?. W.
Mr. 1''. H. Phiemacher has connected
himself with .I. K. Hogers & Co.. No. 11
South Jefferson street, and will now
push the piano and organ business.
DON'T ! AIL To SKK
Those beautiful steel engravings thai
we are giving awav for twenty wrappers
I of Crystal Spring or Magic city Soap
Ask your grocer and he will show them
to you? Write your name ami address
plainly ami mail with the Wrappers to
the Crystal Spring Soap Co.. Itoanoke,
EGGS! EGGS! EGGS!
If you want to get plenty of eggs use
Prntt's Poultry Fond, A iiuarantecd egg
j producer. EASTER FEED CO.
We Carry a Larger Stock of Corsets, in the Finer and Medium Grades,
Than Any House in This Section of Virginia. We Seii Them at
the Lowest Prices Permissible Under Contract With the Makers
All the Leading and Desirable Makes Now in Stock.
A New Addition to Our Stock for the
"HER MAJESTY'S CORSET!"
A Cut oi Which We Show Hero:
We nre solo agents of this celebrated
Corset for Koanoke.
j "Her Majesty's Corset" is probably en
i joying n larger ?nie than any high grade
I Corset in the market just now.
11 is especially adapted to persons in?
clined to he stout. The one great feature
of it is that it. will never break. The w
culiar shape of the Corset obviates the
usual great inconvenience of "breaking
in." It is shaped exactly to the figure.
If you have not. yet been altogether suited
in a Corset, and want one that will last,
liny '?Her Majesty's.*'
It's a high grade Corset, however.
Price. $2. i5?either black or white.
Try it on our recommendation and von
will lind it the most pleasant to wear, to
be the greatest addition to your Itgure,
and the cheapest when the many benefits
are realized alter wearing.
" P. D." FRENCH CORSET.
We carry a complete stock of thi.- cele?
brated French-made Corset. It is a wake'
that has been en the market for jmrs.
They come in different styles. ~
Have just added the M'.W SHORT
CORSET, to he worn with the "Knipin
It's the figure you get from wearing n
French Corset that makes them especially
They are. of course, nil made of the
finest materials and finished in besl man?
All styles of "P. 1>." Corsets.
'1*. 1)." French Corsets, full llnesizea,
white only, at $l.??.
"P. D." French Corsets, whltoonlv,at
?i\ D." Corsets, white, or black, at
"R. & G." CORSETS,
"R. & <i." Corsets are probably tin
most desirable of all tlie domestic made
Corsets in the market. We carrj a full
line anil sell more than any house in
thi- section. All si/.es and ail Styles now
ready. Come to us for an "R & Gl"
? H. \- <:." Corsets, white and black,at
"R. & <;." Corsets, white nndblat-k, at
"1! & t:.'- Corsets,white only.at Sl.ftO.
"R iV G." Corsets, while only, at $3.'.'?"?
"J. H." (lorsots made over the "P. D."
shapes, but much cheaper.
".I. R." Corsets for summer wear, all
sizes, ai $1.50.
???I. 11." Empire Corsets, w hite only,$l.
These are entirely new numbers with us.
Thompson's Celebrated Glove-Fit?
These Cor Re ts^ need no introduction.
There are hundreds of ladies who linve^
been using these for years and have never
found an Improvement over them iu sh?
ot her make.
A full line of all slz.es and all tie- num?
Thompson's clove-Fitting<!or set,white
or black, it $1.
Thompson's Glove Fit ting Corset,white
or black, beautiful snnpe, nice, liglit cmv
sct, at !Sl ??.
Thompson's Glove-Fitting "B" Corset,
white only, at $2.2.'?.
DR, WARNER'S CORSETS.
Dr. Warner's Corsets have features pe?
culiar to them alone. If you need a Cor?
set of this kind you can gel it here.
2 <?' See the great line of Corsets car?
ried by us when in mid ot a Corset.
HEIRONIMUS & BRUGH
206 Commerce Sireet.
?gm WJ>? ?JW VJW WJ* WJW WJW V)0 W ?!*?p tajW
101 SALEIV) AVENUE.
Rx(citHivc nml Attractive OtTcring of" Xcw <;o?i5>-. in
AH Department!*. l.:il4'Mt \??volti?>M in KiUhous,
Veilings, t'tiill'ons. Flowers und Hnts.
I'or Spring- niul Stinmm'i*. lSi>7.
NEW SPRING RIBBONS
Tbettrooge*! bargains?the choice*! j
style"-the Itiru' Sl etOCh WO luve OVO! [
exhibited-our best energies will go to J
niakr Ulla the leading department in llie
Sonic Interettlog prlcei on early Swing
5-Inch Taffetas, all colors, at A':' a yard.
Fifty pieces now Spring i ituze KlbbOU*,
entlr?)) new ?(recta, nandeouM spring col?
oring', lu plaiu ?ml tancy lulxtuiea, 7Bc
quality, at Wc and 49c a y.rd.
IFcayard tor All-6llk Oauxo Klobon*?
in till tin; leadlr;; ibMea mal olack, :i.%
inches wide; lltual i>rlce i^c.
lllc a > ard for S Inch wide All Silk Col?
ored TiiiTrlu KlObon*, populnr -badet,
pure silk: ii ual prleo3>c.
9Be a yard for K-lnch wldo Coro siik
lllack Turfeta Hihi>nu. extra heavy >iumI
Uy, rich lustre, Worth l!lc a yard.
11 midrrili< of >ard? of Pnro811k Fancy
Hlhtion. tliat fold Irom I'c to Mr, Mt i5c.
iuu piece* ot No. 10 pnro silk,
Silin and (Iroa Oraln Klbbons, all in?
?bade*, at, per yard. I Lib
Alan No. 99, same kind of Kihl>on,
Kleeant lino All Silk Hlark ''"hit la
itiiiiioii,4 inches wide, w?>.-:n.Sc,
nooil i|iiality Black Klbbona. Bvry
piece drpirnhic and warranted A',-Pure
silk. At half regular p-ices.
Black emu (irain Klbbona a toavy,
durable niiality - beat make:
No.- 3 5 7
Black .--atln l!iiii>on lustrous, toll and
7 Ii 19
De Sc 10c
.10 411 53
GREAT SALE OF
More immense shipments or ilia neweat
Spring etrecta opened during the wceit
our space permita only the UtOUltOU ot ?
Another 'lot Uennlne Chenlle Dot Veil?
ing*, at llie a yurd.
The demand for the 10c Veiling*
week waxen pronouueed that we n?ado a
special effort to eocnro another lot, M bleb
we have just received.
lilacs Kiel? Net Veiling In a number of
new and rieh designs Theae VelHogs
until now wfii ("old for 25 rents, 'there
will bo ?reut Hi-Hi tu; here thi* week, Tor
the price Is, per yard.lilr
Pino Chenlle ?'ose-Spotted Velbng, in
?II colors and lilac*, ihn regular "?Sc
? liiulitV.will be full here this week lor.iw?r
If ItlsabcUenpialitv otCheuile "i V
yon uro looking lor, wo are able to ple??
VH) yaids Sewing Silk Veiling, in at]
? :olora,at.i w
Urttt<t*clt< Net, 27 inches wide, reared to
?25c a yard.
silk Mallne Not,2? Inehte wide, In nil
colors reduced to Stic a yard.
Large Uhenlle Dot Veiling, IS inches
wide, reduced ta "<c :i ysnt.
We alwaya keep a fell lloe of mourning
good", including crane, nun*' voll tue,
dull Untahed faille ami lancy artnnre.
aicnrnlng tcii? of all d*tcrlptlons ar*
also always In sloek Kor style* ami
price*, we respectfully i'lir you to Ilia
following price-1 let:
BLACK nuns' VEILS
pic pic 25c
All .-ill; Double Face lilarU Strln. ?! 11 i
i>oni, superior qnalily. iwo atyiea, '-.
Ibcb, at -iAC. I s and Inch at S7,Vo.
Pine Black, aii-s?u i>oub!o Face. Satin
No 5 7 ?* V! W 3i tO U
8c 10c l?c 15c 90c i"ic 3-f tic
Itlat k. Kjtru Quality, AU-snu, Double
Pace, Satin Klblmo:
No.? '. o 19 '0 99 f Kl
l?c lie 18c 10C SSc I c Sic
lllack Satin and Voivi Bthbcua:
No. - 4 B !l 19 :?; 89
'.5c 10c i'ic 30? 3V: li)c
9f0 pieces of lliby lllbbon in a 1 col irl and
' Mik in PIcol bdpe or in plain satin at
Woo! warp ".'is-is inch_
Wool warp SCs^4 inch ...
Wool warp ?*xWl inch ...
?'ool warp 4i.x7i inch_
s'Ik wuro ."i'.xis icrh.
Silk Wtrp84x54 lnr|,.. ..
Silt warn Hxi'Ji incb.
Silk warp Ur.'.i an i
le a yard all y?n want.
Al.b-SILK NUNS' VEIi.s.
SHx n im-h, each_?'i ?r?, ti-i nil. attl.liK
Sflx.vt inch, earh., ,s: ii6, AO, *i:t (in
?I ?v; i Inch, each. ik.i }>s
43x73 inch, each. * I ami 04.50
Al.i.SILK ni Ns- VKIUS, IfS.M
:t'.s P :m ii .?3.?K, S3
A full Lire of Imported KALK VKIUS
\\ tl ' rape,Silk, atid CbltTon It.inlrrs
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A! a lt*KOr.
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