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I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Bois1 ana Children's Glotbing.
No other store offers sneh a wido range
of choice for hoys in first trousers, school
boys cud youths, 13 to 18 years.
No matter how handsome it may be
otherwise aboys' suit will never look;well
unless It fits. It is my business to fit
?Es K ^^^i Las IE g
(Successor to Job. Cohn.
C*rapUs?l Avcnne. ROANOKB, VA.
Insure Your Property
T1IV.V REPRESENT THE LABOGST
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN COMPA?
NIES IN EXISTENCE, AM) PAY LOSSES
THEY ISSUE POLI'JIEB PAYABLE
OFFICE?IOG Jefferson St.
Can't FMlie Holes!
DO YOU RIDE A BICYCLE?
Then dou't worry about finding fand
patching holes, but use Universal Punct?
ure Cure, which will find them for you
? I nick as lightning and close them auto?
matically. It Is entirely harmless and
preserves the rubber.
For sale by bicycle supply dealers.
The Universal Puncture Cure
Coming and Going.
The Bristol News: Raymond Minor,
who lias been employed in tho Roanoko
Machino "Works, arrived In the city yes?
Miss Daisy Myers, of Rollins, is In the
city visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. C.
Misses A'era and Ll/.zic Vinyard spent
jesterday with their cousin, Mrs. M. C.
N. Schloss, of the Philadelphia One
Price Clothing House, returned yester?
day from a'protracted visit to Northern
cities. While absent ho purchased ex?
tensively for his house.
Sergeant T. R. Tillett is iu Bedford
City attending as a. witness in the case
of the commonwealth vs. Sam Hobson,
J. A. Wingfield, of Washington and
Lee University, Lexincton, Va., is spend?
ing a few days with his parents ou South
Miss Evelvn Russell Early, of Lynoh
burn, is visiting her friend, Miss London,
at 10','S Patterson avenue.
B. O. Sale left last 'night for Marion,
where he has encaged in tho marble busi?
C. T. Jennings left inst night for a
trip up the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad.
President Fink, of tho Norfolk and
Western, was in the city yesterday.
Dr. H. A. Burruss, of Lynchburg, who
has been in tho city for a few days taking
depositions, left for his home yesterday.
.1. R. Ellis and family have returned
from Frnnklin, where thev went to at?
tend the funeral of Mrs. Ellis' mother.
W. A. Glasgow and Councilmen J. P.
Woods and B. O. Mays have returned
from a business trip to Philadelphia.
K. D. Calhoun, of Allegbany Springs,
was in the city yesterday.
Jas. Vaoghan was up from Martins
Win. Nolte,. of the Virginia Brewing
Campany, who has been very ill for some
time, is reported as much better.
Col. B. N. Hatcher, of Franklin, vice
president of the First National Bank, was
in the city yesterday attending a meeting
of the board of directors.
Julius Hoops, of Hotel Roanoke.
last night accompanied bis ueice. Miss
EUBOPE, HOL! LAND,
ROUND THE WORLD,
Patties leave Aurtl 34, May 8. Juno 5.12. July 8,
7, tor Europe; $360 and up; Kept, 11. Koand Ihc
world. Mediterranean crolse. J50n, Fcb 1. 1RM.
CCABK't) ABIKRIOANTOUKIST AC.K>CV
111 Broadway, Now York.
We Occupy the Entire Building.
If you want?
" A beautiful quarto
Where a neat rivulet of
Shall meander through
a meadow of
Wc arc in position to
supply your wants.
110-112-114 North Jefferson Sheet.
Op po. Hotel Roanoke
Edw. L. Stone*
Mary Hoops, who has been visiting him
for some time, to her home in New York.
Rev. T. C. Denton, a director of tho
First National Bank, was in the city yes?
Mrs. Hunter St. John, who has been
visiting Mrs. John Trout, on Jefferson
street, left last night for her home in
Wm. Nickols, of Radford, was a guest
at the St. James yesterday.
Johu White left yesterday to spend a
few days with friends in the county.
Joseph Marshall left yesterday on a
business trip to Blucfleld.
A CONFIDENTIAL DEFAULTER.
Montreal, Que., March 31.?Rollu
Simpson, confidential agent of James A.
Cnntlic & Co.,owners of extenoive woolen
mills, is a defaulter to the amount ot
$70,000 and has gone to the United
States. The cause of his downfall is sniil
to be fast living.
^ We Have ?
A Fox Hirer Butter t'o.'a a
A, " Clov er Hill " Brand
I Creamery Butter! |
4 BEST OX FA Ii TIB. j
4 _ 4
Took flrst prize at the State
Dairymen's Convention in Illinois
^ a few weeks ago?the greatest but- A
4ter Shite in the Union. This must g
\ HUNTER <& CO I
4 < 27 Salem Ave. S. W.
J 'Phone 198.
Your House Might
Burn Down To-morrow!
Better See Me Now.
Lawrence S. Davis,
ft Campbell Avenue 8. W.
TO OPPOSE THE ROBBERS.
Albany, N. Y., March 31.?Tho "New
York Sugar Refining Company,"of Long
Island City, the Doeschor Company, to
operate in opposition to the sugar trust,
was incorporated by tho scoretnry of
State to-day. The company will carry
on tho business of manufacturing, refin?
ing, purchasing, selling and disposing of
all kinds of sugar, molasses, syrups and
other materials used In the refining of
sugar. The company will begin business
A GAIN FOR HI NTER.
Frankfort, Ivy., March 31.?It is re
reported to-night that Senator Linney will
vote for Hunter tomorrow. He has been
one of the leaders for the anti-Hunter
GREAT BRITAIN WEAKENING.
Vienna, March 31.?It is understood
here that Great Britain does not desire
that the blockade of the ports of Crete
shall be continued. The admirals com?
manding tho warships of other foreign
nations in Cretan waters, however, desire
the continuance of the blockade
For Infants and Children
ilmlle j^Tff * / ? 1 "* it ea
Anything needed In the harness line
can be found at our store on the market
in the Hartsook building. Harvey
cutter oi Sou, the horse tailors.
Cross & Blackwell's and Heinz*
Pickles and Condiments.
- C. & B.'b English Piokles and Chow Chow; Heinz's Chow Chow*
-plaiu, sweet, sour, sweet mix, sour mix All of the above In half
-pints, nints and quart bottles. Mrs. Kid's Pin Money, in quart
-jars. Tleln/.'s Salad Dressing, India Relish, Colery Sauce, Chill
-Sauce, Ketchup. Campbell's Beefsteak Ketchup, in decanter shape
-bottles; Blue Label Ketchup; Eeinz's Sweet Mix in bulk, Sweet and
-Sour Cucumbers in bulk; Chow Chow In bulk; Midgets in bulk
-and packages. DURKEE'S SALAD DRESSING.
- QW Wo talk quality and sell quality.
ST. OL-A-XIR BEOS
111 Jefferson Street.
C. F. BLOUNT, Manager.
The Only Flrat-olaBS 99 House In Town.
Electric Lights nmt Bell? In Bach Room.
Now It Papored and Painted,
Capacity ISO. *"
1 WUIIIUU iiuiuip
J. J. COX, Proprietor,
Baggage Transferred Free.Opposite Passenger Depot,
Also We Have Recently Attached to Our Hotel a First-class
Lunch Counter That Will Please The Most Fas?
tidious. Our Specialty is York River
Oysters on the Half-Shell.
manim ai ri'RKItB OF
Building, Fire i Paving Brick.
Capacity 4-0,000 Per Day.
Write lor Prices to
G, R, PIERPONT, Salem, Va,
If you once use it yon will never again
be without it. Pond's Extract is nature's
own remedy for Aches and i>ains.
WANTED.?Furnished rooms centrally
located. Apply to-BONNER'S RESTAU?
for a generous
I O CENT
coatnius no cocaine,
merenry nor any othtr
Kir quickly afaforbed.
Cilvea holtet at.once.
Il rp?na a'ri clcauee
the Naa?) J'asangts.
N?r A Passascs, Allays COLD >N HEAD
Tain nnd I ml nnmatlou, Ucals and protects tbe
Membrano front Colds. Restores the Senses of
Teste and hmcll. Is quickly absorbed. Ulves
relief at once. 50 cents bt. Druggists or by mat'.;
samples 10c. by mall.
BLY B HOI HB US, t(l Warren Street, New York.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tbe money if it fails
to Cure. 9S6. For sale by Clias. Lyle.
Our Man in New York
did some hustling last week. The result: Heaps of pretty things for the EASTER SALE; such as Embroidered
and Plain Chiffons, Mousse lines, Exquisite Spangled Nets, Special Silks for Waists, lovely Brocaded Grenadines,
Pretty Lace3, new things in Kid Gloves, more Dress Goods. Then there are the new Homespuns, Crashes, Covert
Cloths, Bicycle Cloths, Ducks, and ever so many others.
ATTEND THE BIG EASTER SALES--The Great One-Price Store Welcomes You I
Our bargain hunter in New York inaite
h great deal in Hamburg and Swiss Edg?
ings last week. The benefit of buying at
less than cost to make is transferred to
the customer,. Here arc the lots: don't
fail to see them at once:
Lot 1 represents the usual values at
from 4c to 8c yard. Your choice for 3c
Lot 2 represents the usual Sc to 12 I-2c
lines. Anything i:i the lot, do yard.
Lot ?>. the regular 12 1 2c to Kc sorts, j
Your pick for Oc yard. *
Lot 4. the outh you have been paying
20c to 30c for. Anything'.in the lot for
12 1 2'-, yard.
Lot. "j. these come 25 inches deep,
values 50c to *5c yard. Your choice for
Lot principally Irish Point Swiss
Edges, jour choice for 10c yard, Big
Lot, 7. Swiss Edges of the tisiiil 20c to
Jflcsort. Any of the;:-, foi 12 1 2c.
for art workers,
Pure Royal 'Dresden Hand-made Art
Linen, 20-inch, real value 37 l-2c, only
Hemstitched Art Embroidery Linen
for scarfs, 18 inch, only 25c
45-inch Art Llucu for centre piece?, and
table covers, only 50c yard.
Our fine Art Linen at 75c is a beauty,
full 45 inch.
Pure Linen Unbleached Butcher's
Linen, excellent quality, 30-inch, onlv
Bidding Bros. & Co.'s pure Asiatic dye
Art Embroidery Silks are used by all
leading artists. They wash better than
other silks, being the most perfect dye
known and retains the sheen perfectly.
Behling makes more shades than any
other manufacturer, thereby enabling the
artist to bring out the most perfect shad'
Be sure you get Belt] lug's. Have no
A big lino of the newest ones just in?
pretty lacy laces.
New Yal. Lnces.
New Black Silk Laces.
New Point d'Esprit Laces.
New Venice Lnces.
New Oriental Laces.
Net Top Venice, butter colors. See
the new patterns, 25c, 35c, 130c, 12c, 50c
and 02 l-2c yard.
Net Top Point d'Esprit, 10c, 15c and
up to 35c in both white anil butter colors.
Black Silk Chautllly, 3c yard and up.
Black Net Top Venice.
Black Net. Top Point d'Esprit.
Some rare things in all-over butter cob
ored Point Venice Lace. IS and 20 inches
wide, at $1, $1 75 and $2 yard.
The greatest line of Easter Kid Gloves
ever brought to this section.
"P. and P." Gloves.
New Foster hook, button and clasp fas?
tenings, the only practical glove fasten?
Competent and experience* glove fit?
ters to give you a perfect fit.
All the now shades.
The new embroidered backs.
The finest kid.
Black ?'undressed kid" for mourning ?
fitted and guaranteed at .$1.50 to $2.50
Special lines 'for Easter, embracing all
the novelties. 75c. *1 and $1.50.
Biggest rallies on earth.
A big line of new Windsor Ties for
boys. Meant i fu'. Plaids and small
cheek?, made of llnest'gradc silk, 30x5 1 2
The new spring line brings before the
trade the biggst values 'yet 'attempted.
Among them some nice soft ones for in?
At 15c, warranted*three-fourths wool,
At 20c. all wool, fine ehrend and soft,
At 25c,warranted all pure lamb's wool,
At 20c, full yard wide, contains about
10 per cent, of cotton.
At 42c, finest Australian Lamb's
At $1, finest pure silk Warp, 30 inch.
Everything in Crushes for cap towels,
liiitless glass towels, office" towels and
Heavy Twill Cotton" Crash, 3 l-2c.
All Pure Linen Crash, at 5c.
Extra iheavy 18 inch Huckaback for
roller towels, 12 1 2c.
Big Plaid Linens for fancy work, 1S
iuch and 20 inch, at 10c and 12 l-2c yard.
among the dress goods.
Several new lots have come in since
our last writing. These are some of
Pretty NoM-lty ("hecks ami "salt and
pepper"' French mixtures, all colors,war?
ranted all pure wool, 30 inch, only 25c,
A late novelty is the multi-colored
"Basket" Canvas, 40 inch . only 50c.
Another lot of those- beautiful Irregu?
lar French Checks in black, navy, brown
and green. OH inch, all wool, 42c, instead
of 50;:. as before.
Be sure to see the Hl.u k Figured Can?
vas, made expressly for separate skirts,
Just received another invoice *of fine
Black Canvas, made of combed wool. SO
Royal Granite Plaids are inexpensive,
but pretty, 30 inch, only 12 1 2c.
In making up your Enster gowns: some
of these, are indlspensible:
The new Silk and Linen Gauze, a lend?
ing novelty, 41-inch, 75c yard.
Black Chiffon, embroidered with silk
and silver tinsel, 24-inch.. $1.50 yard.
Butter Chiffon, embroidered with silk
and gold tinsel, 21-inch, $1.50 yard.
Black Chi (Ton with multi-colored silk
embroidery, 24-inch, $3 yard.
Same in white, $3 yard.
Spangle Nets, some exquisite designs
In colored jewels on black nets, 28 inches
wide, $1.50, $2.75, $3 and $l*yard.
All-black Spangle Nets, 28-inch, $1 to
38-inch Chiffon, only 59c.
(?42-inck Chi ?Ton, only 102 l-2c.
40-inch Black Mousseline, 50c.
48:inch Black Mousseline, 75c
48-inch Colored Chiffon and Mousse
40-inch Silk Mull, all pure silk, black
and colors, 35c.
Comnleto lines new Jet and Irrides
eent Trimmings, 5c to 00c yard.
Ready to wear, elegantly made,
newest materials?the skirt finished com?
plete at barely the cost of the material
alone. Quite a lot of snmple skirts are
iiDw on sale and are going rapidly.
The values will surprise you.' Come
while your size can be had.
Everything that contributes to a com?
plete lining department. Real Hair
Cloth, only 33c. ^
"Crockle." Skirt Lining, 5c.
Organdie for lining all kinds~of thin
goods, 8c and 12 l-2c.
New Taffeta Linings, look as well as
silk under grenadines, etc., ? 3(1 Inch,
12 1-2 c.
new dress fabrics.
The goods mentioned in this list are the
leading things. They are very scarce and
only the earlier callers will have any ns
surancc'of getting them.
The new Cotton Covert Cloth for sepa?
rate skirts, 20 inches, only 12 1 2c.
"Handspun" is one of the most receat,
comes in just the weight for sma'l boys'
kilts, big bovs' waists,misses' nnd ladies'
reefer suits. Ask for "Ilnndspun."
Only 12 l-2c.
Linen Dress Crush with prettv bour
ette stripes of all colors, is the choicest
of the'Crash family, 20 Inch, 17c. *
Our "French Cover Cloth" is n gen?
uine French fabric. It will not wrinkle,
bus the appearance of line camel's hair
mixture, 83-inch, 20c.
See our great bargain in Homespun
Linen Crash for ladies' wear, 30 inches
wide, only 15c, worth 25c.
New Russian Dress Duck in fast black
nnd navy, 12 l-2c.
Novelty Dress Ducks just in, the finer
sort, 12 l-2c.
Heavy"jWhlte Duck, extra linen finish,
will not shrink, 12 l-2c.
silk for waists.
Some special things appropriate for
waists have' just been added. Among
The new Printed Japs, in new design?
ings, strictly up-to-date, 27-inch, only
Some right royal Brocades for waists,
they are the 80c sort, 75c a yard takes
.The new color combinations in Change?
able Taffetas are attracting "[much atten?
tion. There are none prettier for waists.
Only 05c yard for the 75c sort.
Beautiful Brocaded Silk Grenadines,
4? inch, $1 yard.
Bo sure to see the excellent line of
Black Silk Grenadines. They are sure
the new collars and cuffs
The newest shapes*nnd only ones that
will be worn are here. The finest goods
nt a big saving.
The "Madelon." 17c.
The "Estelle,'' 12 l-2c.
The "Marietta," 1212c.
The "Newport," 12 l-2c.
The "Clematis," 12 l-2c.
The "Evangeline," 121 2c.
The "Hiawatha." 12 l-2c.
_The "Daisy," 10c.
?,Cuffs to match collars, 17c and 25c
The stocking stock has taken on some
important additions tho last day or two.
Boys' Extra Heavy Bicycle Hose. He's
an uncommon lad thnt can get less than
50c worth of wear out of them, only 25c.
100 dozen Misses' and Boys' special
weight Hose -a f rst rate 17c stocking
extra length, only 121-2c pair. Try
One case celebrated "Reher" Bicycle
Hose, warranted fast biack, instead of
25c they go at 17c.
Ladies' Fine "Hermsdorf" Black Hose,
with white feet, extra elastic tons, real
Maco yarn, 25c.
A popular hit. They are the talk of
the day. You get them for the price of
the making alone, to say nothing of the
Misses' oizes in blue ann- brown cheek
Gingham,*; and plain colors, blue, pink,
red and navy.
Ladies' plain black, navy, pink nnd
blue nml small checked Glnuham.
All are perfectly mode and beautifully'
Only 25c each.