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IT MAKES YOU WELL.
Dr. Greene's Nervura is Just What You
Need for the Blood and Nerves.
Life is not Measured by Years, but by Strength
and Vigor. Dr. Greene's Nervura, the
Only Remedy which will Give You the
Health, Strength and Vigor of Youth.
How many who ought ib'ba in their prime, j women. Try it anil get back your strength,
bear evidences in looks aud feelings of old age ? I energy and youthful vigor
It ought never so to bo. Strength and vigor
Should bo as ported as in youth. If it is not
so, something is wrong
with you. You have
weakened yourself in
your mode of life or oc?
cupation. There is no
sight so IxiiMltiflll as vig?
orous maturity.ami fresh
and heart v
Keinem her that Dr. Greene's Nervura blood
and norvo remedy is n physician's prescription,
indorsed and recommended by the ablest doc?
tors everywhere. Dr. Greene's Cathartic Pills
are the only perfec- p'11? _
for biliousness an
Istipntion. Dr. Greene of 33 West lith St.,
projierlife. New York City, is the most successful physi
Nothmg makes these ,.iiu, iu diseases,
possible so anrely as a sound body, strong llM,i CUI1 |,e consulted
nerves, arid rich blood to make the l?dy
healthy; nothing is so certain to make this
condition as Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and
have taken it
testify io its j
ence ns a
source of per?
It is the true
of the body,
strong nerves, rich,
red blood, and restor?
ing the snap, energy and
vigor of renewed youth
to the nerve-weakened,
exhausted and run-down
system. It makes the
old and middle-aged feel
young and vigorous. It
restores to youth the vicor free, personally or by letter. Nothing to pay
lost by excesses and indis- fr r consultation, examination or advice, and
cretioiis; it gives strength, the low price of his wonderful curative mcdi
eu&rgy and power to those eines piaecs a sure cure within reach of every
It makes strong inen and vigorous body.
tc> ma sssLss oia^n^c^ bJrbvJ ^^"^TvT^r^S m
State, Local a/rxci aSFoxeigx
lE'a.xts of tlta.?
Kead TSE TIMES
a,n<ol :K?ep "CTp
$5.00 a* "S"?a,r.
POETRY AS !S POETRY.
A. Ktnit Which Justifies ? Mnu In Placing
ills Trust In It.
Do you all know what au adsmith is?
Thon let it be said thut au adsmith is
a word of recent construction nud adop
t i o n, aud it
means a man
who writes nd
(ads.) as they
should bo writ?
ten aud not in
the old stylo of
saying much and
This story has
to deal with a
rising young ad?
smith of this
town of Wash?
ington, who, liko
"WHITE rOETKY?" HE othcr meu of
KKARLY shrieked. t r o p i o a 1 souls
and fervid tougncs, had permitted his
tonguo to get his soul tangled all up in
tho golden meshes of a pretty girl's
smiles, and that was tho end of him.
In pursunuco of tho usual custom
mado and provided for in such emer?
gencies, bo wont to seo tho girl's father
about it, a very sensiblo old gentleman
who knows the vnluo of advertising,
and also tho valuo of tho right kind of n
"Yes, yes," the father said in re?
sponse to tho young man's opening ad?
dress, "I know all about that foldorol
part. What I want to know about is
business, and can you support my daugh?
ter? What do you do?"
"I write poetry, sir," responded tho
emotional applicant, with confidence.
The father fairly gasped.
"Write poetry?" lie nearly shrieked.
"Write poetry? What in thunder can
you do at that to support a family, I'd
liko to know?"
Tho young man straightened tip so
suddenly that the old man jumped out
of tho way.
"Sir," said tho applicant, with the
dignity of four kings, "I don't write
tho kind of poetry you arc thinking
nbout. Iwrito poetry advertisements for
soap and patent medicine and boor and
bicycles and tho kind that pays. See?"
"Oh, oh!" spluttered tho father.
"Really. I beg your pardon, my dear
fellow. I didn't understand at all, I as
snro you. Take her, my boy, take her,
and joy go with you!"
The wedding will occur in tho au?
A Family Broken Up.
Sprocket?Is it true Wobbles' family
was broken up by the bicycle?
Gear?Badly?her arm and his collar
bone.?New York Sunday Journal.
She?I can sympathize with you. I
was married once myself.
He?But yon weren't married to a
The Perversity of Fate.
They toll mo Sully Brown has been
A-muking oyes nt nie,
Which I. with eyes on Molly Smith,
nud no oyes left to Bee,
While Molly's eyes wero tlxud upon
Jim Donaldson, anil ho
O'erlooked tho fact because his gase
Was fixed on Mary White.
And Mary never noticed, since
Her eyes brought all their light
From Abner Jacobs, who, in turn,
Could seo but Alice Knight.
Bwoot Alice was oblivious
To Aimer's looks beouuso
She hud DO eyes for gallant swains,
Excepting Eddio Huwcs,
Whereas he followed Susan Gates
Without a stop or pause.
Now, Susan smiled on Herman Lake,
And ho on Sully Brown,
Who's said to sot more storo by mo
Than by an Faster Down.
And so the luckless lot of us
Aro chaffed by all the town.
That fata has slipped a single cog
Is plain for all to see,
Whereby twin souls the wliolo way round
One place apart must he.
Just one correction and they're nil
In fullest harmony.
How wonderful tho difference
So slight a change would inukel'
Then each tho one that each desired
In ])orfect bliss would take?
Provided I my Molly got
And Sally Brown took Lake._
Dr. Miles* Nervine Victorious.
Physical and Mental Exhaustion Gives
Way to Vigorous Activity.
OTrTjUffiSiiH wearied me tha
Dt*. ?~j58w v-'ould require a
EV. W. T. HOUCK, tho talented pas?
tor of Grace U. B. church, Carlisle.
I'enn., writes September 23, 1895: " I
always enjoyed good health until In 1892, at
which tinio my duties as a clergyman wero
of a peculiarly trying nature, subjecting
mo to several severe nervous shocks which
together with overwork and anxiety, im?
paired my general health and nervous sys?
tem. Indeed I \va3 in such a condition that
tho mere sight of a largo congregation so
SVJilos' '^S^0T rr'ore 'or 1110 to re"
'2? cover from tho ox
4g|haa&tion. It affords
Restores iS3"'-fJ f?roat pleasure to
U..UL .vficflsay that Dr. Miles'
SSS^mk iterative Nervine
j?i^^X?'fitiJJiind Restorative Tonic
havo done mo untold pood. I preached
three, times yesterday and I feel as fresh
and vigorous this Monday morning as I
ever felt in my Ufo, thanks in your remedies.
Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug?
gists under n posltlvo guarantee, tirst bottlo
benefits or money refunded. Hook on
Heart and Nerves sent f reo to all applicants.
DU. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkkart, lad.
His Wonderful Discov?
ery, Sparagus Kid?
Are Rapidly Curing All cf Thoso
in Roanoke and Vicinity Who
Have Been Suffe-ing From
Kidney Disease in One
Fcrm or Anciher.
The public are astounded ut the suc?
cess achieved in the cure of nil kidney
troubles now being effected by]Dr llobbs'
wonderful discovery. People who have
been doctoring for years under the care of
the best physicians obtainable at a great
expenditure of money, have obtained
more and better results after taking Dr.
Hobbs' Sparagus Kidney Pills for less
than'two weeks than they ever did from
anything they ever used. This is not an
idle boast, as dozens of people in this vi?
cinity stand ready to testify to it.
Perhaps your next door neighbor will
tell you that Dr. Hobbs' Sparagus Kidney
Pills have proven themselves a blessing
in his family. We assert that they are
a positive specific for nil kidney ailments,
except those where surgical operations
We could till page upon page with the
names of leading people In this city and
vicinity whom Dr. Hobbs' Sparagus Kid?
ney Pills have either benefited or cured.
Testimony as to the efficacy of Dr.
Hobbs' Sparagus Kidney Pills is coming
In from evoiy hand, and from people in
every walk in life, proving conclusively
that every claim made by Dr. Hobbs is
absolutely justified by tacts.
Dr.Hobb*' Oparagus Kidney Fille
Cure a Prominent Citizen of
Lowell, Mass., After Being
Confined to His Bed Twelve
Weeks With Rheumatism, and
on Crutches for Ten Months.
Lowell, Mass., June 17th, 1800.
Hobbs Remedy Co.
Gentlemen? I had what the doctor
called Chronic Rheumatism of the mar
iow. I was confined to my bed for twelve
weeks and compelled to u?e crutches for
ten months. I tried a number of physi?
cians and many different medicines with?
out obtaining relief.
Upon seeing your advertisement in tlra
Boston papers of Dr. Hobbs' Sparagus
Kidney Pills I concluded to give them n
trial After using three boxes, together
with your Hobbs' Little Liver Pills, ac?
cording to directions, I began to feel ben?
efited, and after I bail used live and one
half boxes of the Sparagus Kidney Pills
I was completely cured.
I am well known to many people in
Lowell, who knew of my condition and
can vouch for the truth of my statement.
I give this testimony freely and unsolic?
ited and am willing to answer questions
to any and all who may be interested,
ami shall be glad to do so, for 1 can fully
appreciate the sufferings occasioned by
Rheumatism. 1 advise nil persons so
aftltcted to use Dr. Hobbs1 Sparagus Kid?
I never intend to be without, the pills
myself, and my friends know that I never
li-se an opportunity of recommending
them. 1 am, very uratefully,
KDWIN G. yiNALL.
\Vitli Opera Cigar and Tobacco Co., IM3
Dr. Hobbs' Sparagus Kidney Pills, "?0
cents per box. Six for $3.50.
FOR SALE BY
VAN LEAR BROS, Pharmacists,
Salem Ave and Jefferson Sr.
THE "NEW LIGHT."
The marvelous wonder ot the age. This
wonderful light is being introduced by
the Virginia Automatic Lighting Com?
pany. It excels gas and electricity at
one-fourth the cost. A maximum light
at minimum cost. Insures greater bril?
liancy, steadier flame, cheaper light. Sim?
ple, safe, practical, reliable, durable, eco?
nomical. No smoke; no smell; no bother.
Operated entirely on scientific principles.
The "new light" gives the best possible
results at the least expense. The "new
light"' is adapted to lighting private resi?
dences, stores, factories, schools, etc. It
lias been thoroughly tested and o\er 700,
(Mill are now ill use, furnishing a brighter
light, of greater luminosity than either
gas or incandescent electric, and giving
universal satisfaction, us Is testified by
the thousands employing this system.
The economy :>f lighting by the automatic
system has induced many large consum?
ers of gas and electricity to adopt the
?'new light" with most gratifying results,
the cost of the change being quickly saved
by the lessened tails. This new system
i> put in your building and sold to you on
monthly installments, thereby not cost
ing yon any more .for light than while
using >j;as or electricity, and in a short,
while your plant is paid for and you have
light at'your om n price. The beautiful
light, can be seen in opernMpn at the drug
store of Chas. I). Pox, which will speak
for itself. Ik-low is a list of a few < ities
throughout the North where the "new
light"' has been introduced, and is giving
entire satisfaction: Full River, New Bed?
ford, Maiden Mel rose, Huverhill, ^Law?
rence, Pitslleld, 'West Stockbridge, Lee,
East Rurrington and Boston, Mass.: Ht.
Johnsbury, Harre, Lyndonville', Monte po?
lier, Cambridge, Waterbury, Richford,
Karton, Morrisvllle, I lard wick, Brandon
and Woodville,Vermont; Meriden, Conn.;
Kalamazoo, Hay'.City, Smith Hay City,
Comstock. Hattle ('reek, Mich.; Milwau?
kee, Wia.; Portland, Camden, West
Brooke, Bingham. Augusta, Lewiston,
Biddeford, Maine.: Portsmouth, Dover.
Colbrook, New Hampshire; Pnssalc and
Patterson, New .Jersey; Mt. Yernon. New
York: New York city, Buffalo, Rochester,
and hundreds of others too numerous to
mention. If you think a light ol this
kind would suit you call on or address
the Virginia Automatic Lighting Com
pany, No. 10 Campbell street, over libok
Fresh lot of California Tangerines and
seed less oranges and pears .insf, received
atCATOGNl'S. the confectioner.
*lu buys n ton of timothy at J. A.
Hoover's feed store.
ire But little What We'll Do to Wake Sales Great.
m THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE
34 Salem Avenue,
TO Gtt YOUR FULL MOWS WORTH.
No. 1?Black Figured Al- <J*| /|(Q
No. 2?Black Figured AI- <J> j QQ
No. 3?Black Figured QQ
ZW New stylo? and hotter qualities
Come and See These.
No. 11?Plain. .10c
No. 27?Embroidered Nrck.. .. 19c
No. 35?Embroidered Nock 0 0<"?
No, 74?Cambric. wUb Em- A Qf?
broiderbd Yoke and Slee\os T'vi/v
No 95?Cambric, with Km ?\C\r>
bn idered Yoke and Sietivt-s *_/V_/v>
No. SC.?Cambric, with Um- C\\> f%
broldorej Yoko and Sleeves DUO
We will have on
salo iblR week One
Hundrtd WranrjerB at
Bettor ones always
No. 31? Tuckt-d.
No. 49?Tucked and Embrold
No 03?Cambric, ^Dtop Ruf?
No. 74?Cambric, Tucked E n
broldery and Deep Rt 111 38. .
No. 85?Cambric,Tucked. Em?
broidery and Deep Rutil >e..
The Oldest Hardware
Firm in Roanoke.
We have been here since
1888, and are as healthy as
ever. We pay cash for our
goods and guarantee every
price we make.
Gome and see us.
207 COHMEBCESTBEET S. I.
We arc able lo mve von ruouey on piper liang
ii.r, pulntttisr. kideominint; und tietorauiiK.
Call and cxunlnr our largo and complrte line
of 1811 wall papt r dt?lj;us.
I'rr.onal or mall order* will rocutvo prompt at?
tention tu city or vicinity.
SOUTHERN DECORATING CO.,
33 CUUKC1I AVENUE B. B ,
Is Your P.opeiiv Insured?
Both Rea! and Personal.
1!-' NOT VOl' HAD BETTER SEE
Chas. Lunsford & Son.
They represent the largest Foreign and
American Coiripnnies ill existence, and
pay losses as cheerfully as they take your
premium. Olllce, No. 106 Jefferson St.
eVintit ihem ? they are limply the result <?( a i'fetir.
study and practice t>y ilie one man in America who
W best qualified lo ire.n
diseases i I iho bloin.u:.
. an.l bowels.
/ Dcane's \ ?Vr,"1
? I ..!?? hat e .i p -at. r sale
on less advertising, wberc
best known, than :m>
other pill in the world,
Eat good food, and take
tine of Dr. peanit's pith
?ft<-r each meal. Yot.r Stomach, lurr, and bowel
troubles wiH disappear. White wrapper it consti?
pated, yellow il bowels nre loose.
Dk. J. A. DEANB CO . Kinjston, N. V.
"CLEANLINESS IS NAE F
ESTY." COMMON SENSE
No. 31 ?Tucked.
No. 4 3?Tucked, Embroidered (?Q/->
and Ruffled. Ufc/U
No. 53 ? Embroidered and QOr>
No 74?Cambric, Tucked and
No 65?MurIId, Lace loser- QQp
lion and Laco Frill. v*/0\_/
No. 90 ? Muslin. Tj&ca In- 0*1 QQ
seriion and Lvco Frill. vpX.Oi"?
No. 87 ?Muslin, with two
wldt? Embroidery Rufflds
No. 31 ?Ruillsd Front and QQ/%
No. 12?Embroidered Yoke CTO/-?
and Ruffles.... Ov/L/
No G3? Embroidered oudRuf- PLQ/-^
No. ut?Embroidered V o k o, tC3Q/-?
Collar onl Cuffj. vJfc/U
No. 25?Embroldtrrd Yoke X~7 f~ _
and C u IT i?Sal lot Collar_ I OL?
No 70?Embroldored Yoke QQ/-?
and Cutlj-Sailor Collar_ Ofc/O
No. S7 ?Embroldored Yoke QQn
and Ouffs?Sailor Cellar_^OU
No. IS?Embroidered Yoke (*T? | "I Q
and Cuffs?Sailor Collar.. ?PJL.J.C*/
New Lines of
Embroideries, Lsces, White Goods,
Dress Gooas, Percales, GlnghamB,
Etc., Arriving Daily.
4- i-2c a Yard.
I 4c a Yard.
I 500 YARDS
Rc a Yard.
Schedule in Effect
November 8, 1800.
?WESTBOUND LEAVE ROANOKE
5:45 a m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, Intermediate sta?
tions and the South and West. Pull?
man sleepers to New Orleans and Mem?
phis. Connects at Radford for Blue
Held and Pocahoutas.
4:25 p. m., the Chicago Express for Rad?
ford, Bluefleld, Pocahoutas, Keuova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago.'
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Roauoke to
Columbus. Also for Pulaski, Wythe
vllle, Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga
and intermediate points.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
From Norfolk 5:30 a. m.; 4:15 p. m.
From Hngerstown 5:30 a. m. j 4:10 p. m.
From Winston 1:15 p. m.
From Bristol and the West 1:35 p. m.:
11:10 p. m.
NORTH AND EASTBOUND, LEAVE
1:50 p m. for Petersburg, Richmond and
1:45 p. m. for Washington, Hngerstown,
Philadelphia and New York.
11:30 p. m. J for Richmond and Nor "oik.
Pullman,,sleepers Roanoku to Norfolk
and Lynchburg to Richmond.
11:25 p. in. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Washington, Hngerstown,
Philadelphia and New York. Pullman
sleepers to Washington via. Shonau
doah Junction and Baltimore and Ohio
Durham Division?Leave Lynchburg
(Union station) daily 4:00 p. in. for
Smith Boston and Durham and inter?
Winston-Salem Division?I/?ave Roanoke
(Uniou^stailou) daily 2:00 p. in. and
8:00 a. m. daily, except Sunday ^Camp?
bell street Btation) for Rocky Mount,
Martinsville, Wlnston-Salem andiutet
For all additional Information apply
at ticket office or to W. 15. Bevlll, General
Passenger .Agent, Roauoke, Vli,
M. F. Bragg, Traveling Passenger
Attorney-at-Law and Commissioner
Look-Box 110, Roanoku, or Room 10,
Second Floor Kirk Law Building.
?23? 1,12 Salem Ave.
'^M+^?^/' Over Traders'
..- " Loan & Trust Co
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DICTATES THE USE OF