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Castoria is Or. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by
Uillions of Mut hers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas?
toria is the Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend*
"Casloria Is an excellent medicine Ibrchtl
' .fen. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Pa. G. C. Osgood,
_ Lowell, Mass.
"Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I nm acquainted. I hope the dny l.i not
far distant when mothers will consider the
rent interest of tlicir children, nnd use Castoria
instead of the various quack nostrums which
nre destroying their loved ones, by forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful agents down their throats, thereby
sending thciu to premature graves."
dr. J. f, KlNCIll'.loe,
- " Castoria is go well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
IL A. Archer, M. D., r1
in So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Our physicians in the children's depart?
ment have spoken highly of their experi?
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensar-v,
Allen C. Smith, Pres
The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City.
M.lNn .U II OF
Building, Fire i Paving Brick.
Capacity 40,000 Per Day.
Wilto lor Priced tt>
G, R, PIERPONT, Salem, Va.
Illary' ItLOOU 1'OiSON pcrmawmtlj
loured In 16 to35 days. You can bo treated oi
ItTi Ifyouprofortocomoborowu will con.
1 tract to payrallroadfarcatidhotolbllla and
uocnanre. If jvo fall to cure. If you have token mer?
cury, iodido potash, B4id still have aches and
pains. Mucous Patches In mouth. Sore Throat.
Pimples, Copper Colored Wpots, Ulcers on
ony part of tho body, Ilnlr or Evebrows full In or
out, It If this Secondary ltl.OOO POISON
vo cuarnntco to cure. Wo solicit the most obsti?
nate cases aud cualleuce the world for a
case wo cannot cure. This dlaoano has al ways
t>a(lieu tho Rkill of tho most eminent phvsl
Clans. 8500,000 capital behind our uncc-ndl*
tlorml gnarunty. Absolute proofs sent scaled on
application. Address COOK ItKMKOV . CtiT
U07 fllaeouio Xemplo, CIUCAUO, UUbm ?
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The Best Sulve in tho world for Cots,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re?
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per iiox. For Hale at Massie's Phar?
macy, 109 Jefferson street, Roanoke.
A Sermon to UusbancU.
Tho average man eats ouly two meals
m day in Iiis own honso, and these meals
aro tho opportunities for social and do?
mestic talk, delightful to the wife, who
has uo such opportunity as her husband
of rubbing against other minds all day,
and important to tho children iu widen?
ing their horizon, their views of lifo.
At the first meal of the day most wo?
men liko to talk to thoir husbands about
tho plans of tho day, but the woman
who hos onco received tho distrait, self
absorbed growl which emanates from a
male disturbed in tho readiug of hi9
newspaper does not again attempt to ask
her husband this or that on a subject of
domestic interest. The back of a news?
paper is not a pleasant thing to contem?
plate ncross tho breakfast table.
Think of this, husbands, when you
look round for (iio ousters or other suit?
able prop for tho back of yotir paper,
and for tho sake of good manners-, for
tho sake of your wife's feelings and the
examplo to your children, remove your
newspaper, reserving it for the train,
omnibus or tram car.
Of courso there are occasions when
matters of absorbing interest must bo
looked to at once?telegrams of thrilling
import. Why not glance at tho paper
flvo minutes beforo tho breakfast bell
Tings if it is really essential that snch
iiows should be seen at once? Special oc?
casions sometimes justify speoial be?
havior, bnt of your meroy let tho news?
paper be banished from tho brcakfost
tablo on ordinary occasions.?English
A Wonderful Mathematician.
Zcrah Colburn, born iu 1804, was tho
most remarkablo natural mathematician
every known. Ho was able to raiso 8
to tho sixteenth power, this comprising
15 figures, and was right in every par?
ticular. Once ho was requested to nniuo
tho factors which produced tho nnmber
247,483 and immediately gave tho cor?
rect answer. He was asked the square
root of 106,029, and beforo tho figures
could be written down ho gave tho an?
Chew for a few moments a cracker
containing no sugar and notico how
sweot it becomes. This is tho sugar into
which your saliva has converted the
starch of tho cracker.
HIS HOME COMING.
How I cnmo to visit my homo hap?
pened in a curious way. Six weeks ago
I wcut down to Fire island fishing. I
had had a lunch put up for me, and you
can imagiuo my astonishmont wheu I
opened tho hamper to find n package* of
crackers wrapped up in a weekly pub?
lished at my homo in Wisconsin. I rend
every word of it, advertisements and
all. Tbcro was Georgo Kellogg, who
was a schoolmate of mine, advertising
hams and salt pork, and another boy
was postmaster. By George, it made
mn homesick, und I determined then
and thcro to go home, and go home I
In tho first place, I must tell you how
I came to New York. 1 hnd a tiff with
my father und left homo. I finally turned
up in New York with a dollar in my
pocket. I got u job running a freight
elevator in tho very houso -in which I
tun now n partner. My hnsto to get rich
drove tho thought of my parents from
mo, and when I did think of them the
hard words that my futher lust spoko to
mo rankled iu my bosom. Well, I went
homo. I toll you, John, my train seemed
to creep. I was actually worse than u
schoolboy going homo for a vacation.
At Inst wo neared the town. Familiar
sights met my eyes, und, upon tuy word,
they filled with tears. Thcro was Bill
Lymau's rod barn just the same; but,
groat Scott, what woro ull tho other
houses? We rodo nearly a mile before
coming to tho station, passing many
houses of which only an occasional ono
was familiar. Tho town hud grown to
ten times its size when I knew it. Tho
train stopped and I jumped off. Not a
f uco in sight I knew, und I sturtcd dowu
tho platform to go home. In the office
door stood the station agont. I walked
up und said, "Howdy, Mr. Collins?"
Ho Btared at mo and replied, "You've
got the best of mo, sir.''
I told him who I was and what I had
been doing in Now York, and he didn't
inako any bones iu talking to mo. Said
ho: "It's about timo yon wero coming
home?you iu New York rich, and your
father scratching gravel to got a liv?
I tell you, John, it knocked me all in
a heap. I thought my father had enough
to livo upon comfortably. Then a notion
struck me. Bcforo going homo I tele?
graphed to Chicago to ono of our corre?
spondents thoro to send ino $1,000 by
first mail. Then I went into Mr. Collins1
buck office, got my trunk in thcro and
put on nu old hand mo down suit that I
used for fishing and hunting. My plug
hut I replaced by a soft one, took my
valise in my hand and went home.
Somehow tho pluco didu't look right.
Tho currant bushes had been dug up
from tho front yard'and tho fence was
gone. All the old locust trees hud becu
cut. dowu and yomig maple trees wero
planted. The house looked smaller, too,
somehow. But I weut up to tho front
door uud rang the bell. Mothor caino to
tho front door and said, "Wo don't wish
to buy anything today, sir."
It didn't take a minuto to survey her
from hood to foot. Neatly dressed, John,
but a patch hero mid there, her hair
streaked with gray, her face thin and
wrinkled. Yet over her eyeglasses shone
those good, honest, benevolent eyes. I
stood staring at her, and then sho begau
to stare at me. I saw the blood rush to
her fnee, and with a great sob she threw
herself upon mo nud nervously clasped
mo about the neck, hysterically cryiug,
' 'It's Jimmy! It's Jimmy I''
Then I cried, too, John. I broko down
mid cried like a baby. Sho got mo back
to the house, hugging and kissing me.
Then sho went to tho back door and
shouted "George!" Futher called from
tho kitchou, "What do you want, Car'
Then he cnmo in. Ho kuew mo in a
moment. Ho stuck out his hand mid
grasped mine firmly, nud said sternly,
"Woll, young man, do you propose to
He tried to put ou n bravo front, but
ho broke down. Thcro we sat liko whin
peel ficbool children, all whimpering.
At last supper time oauvo and mother
went out to prepare it. I went into tho
kitchen with her.
"Where do you live, Jimmy?" sho
"In Now York," I replied.
"What aro yc/u working at now,
"1 am working; in a dry goods store."
"Then I snpposo you don't livo very
high, for I hear tell o' them city clerks
What don't get enough money to keep
body and soul together. So I'll just tell
you, Jimmy, wo'vo got nothing but
roasted spareribs for sapper. Wo ain't
got any money now, Jimmy. Wo're
poorer nor Job's turkey.''
I told her I would be delighted with
tho spareribs, and to tell the truth,
John, I havo not eaten a meal in New
York that tasted as good as thoso crisp
roan tod spareribs did. I spent tho even?
ing playing checkers with father, whilo
mother sat by telling mo all about
their misfortunes, from old whito Moo
loy getting drowned in tho pond to fa?
ther's signing a noto for a friend and
having to mortgage his place to pay it.
Tho mortgage was duo inside of a week
and not a cent to meet it with?juat
$800. She supposed thoy would bo firm?
ed out of house and home, but in my
mind I supposed thoy wouldn't At
last 0 o'clock camo and father said:
"Jim, go out to tho barn oud soo if Kit
is all right. Briug in an armful of old
shingles that aro just inside the door
and fill up tho watcrpail. Then we'll go
off to bed tind get up early and go
I didn't say a word, but I wont out
to the barn, bedded down the horse,
broke up an armful of shingles, pumped
np a pailful of water, filled tho wood
box and then wo all went to bed.
Father called mo ot half past 4 in tho
morning, and whilo ho was getting
breakfast I skipped over to tho depot,
cross lot.s, and got my best bass rod. Fa?
ther took nothing but a trolling lino
and a spoon hook. Ho rowed tho boat,
with tho trolling lino in his mouth,
whilo I stood in the stem with n silver
rigged shiner on. Now, John, 1 never
saw a man catch fish as ho did.
At noon wo went aslioro and father
went homo, whilo I wont to the post
office. I got a letter from Chicago, with
a check for $1,000 in it. With some
trouble I got it cashed, getting paid in
$5 and $10 bills, making quito a rolL I
then got a roast joint of beef, with a
lot of delicacies,' and had them sent
home. After that I went visiting among
my old schoolmates for two hours and
weut home. Mother had put on her only
silk dress and father had donned his
Sunday go to meeting clothes, nono too
good cither. This is where I played a
joko on the. old folks. Mother was in
tho kitchen watching the roast. Father
was out to the barn, and I had a clear
coast. I dumped the sngar out of tho
old blue bowl, put tho $1,000 in it and
placed the cover on again. At last sup?
per was ready. Father asked a blessing
over it, and ho actually trembled whon
ho stuck his knife into tho roast.
"Wo haven't had a piece of meat like
that in fivo years, Jim," ho said, and
mother put in with, "And wo haven't
had any coffee in a year, only when wo
Then sho poured ont the coffee and
lifted the cover of tho sugar bowl, ask?
ing as sho did so, "How many spoon?
Then she struck something that was
not sugar. Sho picked up tho bowl and
peered into it. "Aha, Master Jimmy,
playing your old tricks on your mam?
my, eh? Well, hoys will bo boys."
Then sho gasped for breath, ?he saw
it was money. She looked at mo and
then at father; then with trembling
fingers drew ont the great roll of bills.
IIa, ha, ha I I can see father now, as
he stood there on tiptoe, with his knife
in ono bond, his fork in tho other, and
his eyes fairly bulging out of his head.
But it was too much for mother. She
raised her eyes slowly to heaven and
said, "Put your trust in tho Lord, for
ho will provide."
Then sho fainted away. Well, John,
there is not much moro to tell. We
throw wator in her face and brought her
to. Then wo demolished that dinner,
mother all the time saying: "My boy
Jimmy! My boy Jimmy!"
I staid a mouth. I fixed up tho place,
paid off all tho debts, had a good time
mid camo back to New York. I am go?
ing to send $50 home every week. I tell
you, John, it is mighty nice to have a
John was looking steadily at the head
of his cano. When lie spoko, he took
Jim by the hand and said: "Jim, old
friend, what you havo told mo lias af?
fected me greatly. I haven't heard from
my homo away up in Maine for ten
years. I am going home tomorrow."?
Lulu Michel in .St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
!>ot? of It.
"Yes," said Lungly as tho clock
hands neared the midnight hour, "I
think I shall accept tho presidency of
that gas company:"
"I should think you would bo fitted
for tho position," sho replied.?Phila?
delphia North American.
? DANGERS OF THE GRIP.
The greatest ganger from La Grippe
is of its resulting in pneumonia. If rea
sonable care is used, however, and Cham?
berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all dan?
ger will bo avoided. Among the tens of
thousands who have used this remedy
for la grippe, we have yet to learn of a
single case having resulted in pneumo?
nia, which shows conclusively that this
remedy is a certain preventive of that
dread disease. It will effect a permanent
cure in less time than any other treat?
ment. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale
by H. C. Barnes, "He Puts up Prescrip?
All persons troubled with coughs,
colds, hoarseness, sore throat, etc., will
find immediaio relief by using Smith
Bros.' Cough Drops. Public Speakern,
singers, etc., are invited to try them.
One of these drops put in the mouth lie
fora going to bed loosens the phlngm and
causes tho.paiient totnjoy a comfortable
night's rest. For salo by .1. J. Catogni,
Salem avenue confectioner.
If you once use it you will never again
lie without it. Pond's Extract is nature's
own remedy for aches and pains. ?
RHEUMATISM QUICKLY CURED.
After having been confined to the bouBC
fot eleven days nnd paying out $25 In
doctor hills without benefit, Mr. Frank
Dolson, of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., was
cured by one bott'.o of Chamberlain's
Pain Halm costing 25 cents nnd has not
sluce lieen troubled with that complaint.
For sale by H. C. Darnes, "He Puts up
\Cramps\ \ Croup. \ ?
\ Colic, \ \ g?uf/'s,\ *
and all BOWEL COMPLAINTS.+
A Sure, 8afe, Quick Curo for tixeso S
(fkrbt dxvtb'.) ??
Used Internally and Externally. *
Tvro Slrea, ?5c. and BOc. bottles. j*S
|p ? n ? aa ? go o eu * s? ? as ? ag
i ?ail Horden i
? Eagle Brand I
j] Condensed Milk i
I MAS NO EQt/jQt. B
o Sold everywhere. ?
A J. EVANS. F. M. BUTT. C. U. PRICK.
S, BUTTk PRICE,
(tucccesore to Evans Bro?.)
Keep a Full nnd Complete Line of]
Every Article Known to the
Hardware Trade. We Invite
nu Inspection of Our Stock and
22 Campbell Avenue.
One Cent a Word Each Insertion.
WANTED.?By May 1st a 7 or 8 room
house in southwest. A permanent ten?
ant for right house. "28 P," care carrier
No. a. 8 28 at
POll RENT?An ice plant. Apply to
Pcdigo-Beller Real Estate Col, Jefferson
street. 8-21 tf.
TWO OF THE BEST AND MOST
conveniently locutetl fruu<?rouutij for rent
on Campbell avenue, No. 405. Apply at
104 Jefferson street. 8 21-21.
FOR SALE?A first class family rig,
consisting of horse, buggy nnd harness.
A bargain. Address "P. B.," Times
FOR SALE.?A $78 Parlor Organ in
good order for $10. Call at No. 28 Sixth
avenue s. w. H '-21 lw
FOR SALE.?A bay mare four years
old, baggy and harness. Apply to MKS.
N. V. WAIN WRIGHT, near Crozer Fur?
nace, City. 8-18-1 w
FOR SALE?Full unlimited scholarship
in the Ronnoke National Business Col?
lege. Apply at Tho Times ollice.
FOR S?LE OR RENT.?The property
known as the Western Hotel at Fincas
tle, Va. The hotel adjoins the courthouse,
two story brick, twenty-seven rooms,
good garden and stable. Address A.
M'CARTNEY, Rlpley Mills,Va. 8-11-lut
FOR SALE.?Two A. I. No. 1 high
graded Jersey Cows with calves at their
sides. Apply to ROBT. T. GOODMAN,
near Hollins, Va. :l 1) 2w
notice of nesting.
NOTICE.?The regular annual meeting
of the shareholders of the Ronnoke Build?
ing Association and Investment Company
will be held at the ollice of the treasurer.
Masonic, building, corner' Jefferson and
Campbell streets, Ronnoke, Yu., OL. the
15th day of Apr'Ji 1807, at 8 o'clock p.m.,
when an election for officers will be held
and such other business transacted as
mav properly come before the meeting.
I). II. MATSON, A. J. LOUGH ERY,
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET
ing of the stockholders of the Koanokc
Street Railway Company will he held in
the ollice of the secretary in the Terry
building, in the city of Ronnoke, Va.,
Saturday, April 10, 1807, at 12 o'clock
GEO. C. M'CAHAN, Secretary.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET
ing of the stockholders of the Ronnoke
Electric Light nnd Power Company will be
held In the office of the secretary In the
Terry building, in the city of Ronnoke,
Va., Saturday. April 10, 18V7, at 12:80
o'clock p. m.
GEO. C. M'CAHAN, Secretary.
WANTED.?Salesman for Ronnoke and
on the road to sell our fine line of house?
hold goods on ii onthly payments.
STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., 84
NOTICE.?Those having brick and
stone work or vitrified brick pavements
to bo laid would do well to call on or ad?
dress J. T. Falls, the practical contractor
and builder. Also all kinds of carpenter
work, plastering, painting, kaUoiuinlng
and paper hanging done on sh.irt notice.
i All work guaranteed. J. T. FALLS, No.
I US.Flfth avenue n. e., Ronnoke, Va.
fre But little What We'll Do to Wake Sales Great.
there: is no rlaoe like
34 Salem Avenue,
TO GU YOUR FULL MONEY S WORTH.
Nj. 1?Black Figurtd Al- C?|
No. 2?BUck Figured AI- <j>|
No. 3? Blaok Flgu red <J> O ?30
I " New styles and better qualities
Come and See These.
No. 11?Piain. .10c
No 27? Embroidered Ntck.
No. 35?Embroidered Nock OOf%
No. 74?Caaihrlc, with Em- A Q/-?
broidorcd Yoke and Sleeves T*yL?
No 05?Cam brio, wiib Km f\(~\r>
bn.ide~ed Yoke and Sleeves WV/C*
No. f??Cambric, with r m f^f^r*
broldoro i Yoke and Slerves UOU
R. & GO
Wo will havo on
ealo ibis week One
Hundred Wrappers at
Batter ones alwaye
No. 42?Tucked and Embrold
No 03? Cambric, IDeep Ruf
No. 74? Cambric. Tucked En
broidery and Deep Rnfll i8 . .
No 85? Cambric,Tuoked. Em
broidery and Deep Uufll >s.
Gnnnral and Nervous Debility.
Weakness of Body and
Mind, Kffecta of Krrors
or Excessos In Old or
Young. Robust, Noble
Manhood fully Restored.
How to Enlarge and
Strengthen Weak, Un
I rl evelopod Tor Hons of
Body. Absolutely un?
failing Homo Treatment.
,_ ? lienouts in a day.
. from GO States and Foreign
Countries. Send for Descriptivo Book, ex
planntiou and proofs, mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
Tetter, Snlt-Ilhcum nnd Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting, inci?
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bos.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Prico 25
cents per package._
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.
Come and see us.
?201 COMMERCE STREET S. W,
Wo aro able to save yon money on piper lung?
ing, painting, kalaomiuing und deiorattug.
C?M and examine onr large anj complete line
of IS 17 wall pap: r designs.
Personal or mill orders will receive, prompt at?
tention In city or vicinity.
SOUTHERN DECORATING CO.,
35 CHURCH AVBNUK S*. K.,
?'dirt defies the I
IS GREATER THAN
No. 31 ? Tuoked.
No. 4J?Tucked, Embroidered ?fin
and Rutil d. Oc70
No. 53 ? Embroidered m.d QO>-?
No 74?Cambric,Tuoked and OOa-?
No 65?Muslin, Lace laser- QQ?
tlon and Ltoe Prill. v^OO
No. 96?Muslin, Lace In- Q>"l QQ
serHon and L\co Frill, vpli?i?
No. 87 ?Muslin, with two
wide Embroidery Ruffles
No. 31?Ruffled Front and QQ/-*
No. 43?Embroidered Yoke r~r\n
No C3? Embroidered and Ruf- F^Qj>%
No HI?Embroidered Yoko, ?5Q/->
Collar and Ciilfi. VJcyL?
No. 25?Embroidered Yoko t7r
and Cuff??Sailor Collar_ ? UO
No 76?Embroidered Yoke
and Culli- Sailor Cullar.
No. 87?Eoibrdldcred Yoke QQn
and Cuffs?Sstlor Collar_WOU
No. 13?Embroidered Yoko G* I 1 Q
aDd Cuffs-Sailor Collar.. *p?*???
New Lines of
Embroideries, Laces, White Good*,
Drts? Uoods, 'Yrcslee, Ginghams,
Bio., Arriving Dally.
4- l-2c a Yard.
1,000 YARDS .
4c a Yard.
Sc a Yard.
iimnim I Schedule in Effect
November 8, 1896.
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
flold and Pocahontas.
4:2? p. in., the Chicago Express for Rad?
ford, Bluefleld, Pocahoutas, Kenova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Roanoke to
Columbus. Also for Pulaskl, Wythe
ville, Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga
and intermediate points.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
From Norfolk 5:110 a. m.j 4:15 p. m.
From Hagerstown 5:30 a. m.; 4:10 p. m.
From Winston 1:15 p. m.
From Bristol and the West 1:35 p. m.;
11:10 p. in.
NORTH AND EASTBOUND. LEAVE
1:50 p. m, for Petersburg, Richmond andl
1:48 p. m. for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York.
11:80 p. m.^ tor Richmond and Nor'olk.
Pullman^aleepora Roanoko to Norfolk
and Lynchburg to Richmond.
11:25 p. tn. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York. Pullman
sleepers to Washington via. Shenau
doah Junction aud Baltimore and Ohio
Durham Division?Leave Lynchburg
(Union station) daily 4:00 p. m. for
South Boston and Durham and Inter?
mediate stat ions.
Winston-Salem Division?L"nve Roanoke
(Union ^'station) daily 2:00 p. tu. and
8:00 a. m. daily, except Sunday (Camp?
bell .street station) for Rocky Mount,
Martittsville, Winston-Saleni and Inter?
For all additional information apply
at ticket offlce or to W. B. Bevill, General
Passenger Agent, Roanoke, Va,
M. F. Bragg, Traveling Passenger
Attorney -ut-Livw and Commissioner
Lock-Box 110, Honnoke, or Room 10,
Second Floor Kirk Law Building.
-AWSI &f ^J.W.Se,
*'^. o.""' Loan&Tr
I ROYALTY ITSELF,