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For This Week.
Wash Goods Department.
Figured Dimities, the ioc
quality, for 7c
Figured Valols Lace Stripe,
the I2j^c quality, for 8c
Silk Stripe Ohallies, 18c
quality, for 12% c
Lappet Mall, 18c quality,
Flowered Organdy, 25c qual?
ity, for 18c
French Figured Organdy,
35c quality, for 25c
Figured and Plain Ettamine,
20c quality, for 15c.
Jaconette Duchesse, 15 cent
quality, for 12 ]4 c
Percale, yard-wide, only 8c
Cambric Percale, fast colors,
Tapestry Curtains, $3.50
grade, only $2.50 pair.
Cheuile Curtains, 40 inches
wide, for $2.50 a pair.
Chenile Curtains, $5 qual?
ity, $3-50 pair
Chenile Covers, 50c, 75c and
Tapestry Covers from $1.50
to %2 50
Lace Curtains at 75c, 85c,
$r, $1.25, $1.50 and up
Poles and trimming3 given
away without extra charge
with every pair of Lace Cur?
Colored Striped Scrim, 5c,
8c and ioc
Japanese Gilt Figured Drap?
ery at ioc yard
Figured dilkaline at ioc and
? Yard-wide Sea Island Cot?
Yard-wide Sea Island Cot?
ton, fine grade, sold elsewhere
at yc our price 5c.
Lonsdale Cambric, yard
wi^e, the I2*4c quality, only
Dress Goods Department.
100 pieces All-wool Checks,
Plaids and Fancy Novelty
Dress Goods, only 25c.
Twenty-five pieces Novelty
Dress Goods, selling price
elsewhere 39c; our price only
Twenty-five pieces Wool
and Silk Mi x ure, regular price
59c; will close out at 40c
Ten pieces All-wcol Novel?
ties, 40 inches wide, good value
for 65c; our closing price 45c.
Ten pieces Illuminated Co?
vert Cloths, 46 inches wide,
cheap at $1; our price only 75c.
Twenty Drees Patterns of
high class novelties, worth
from $1.25 to $150 per yard;
will close them out at 75c
Twenty-five pieces all-wcol
46-inch Colored Serge, includ?
ing black, good value at 59c;
closing price 39c
We are agents for the cele?
brated "Gold Medal" Black
Dress Goods. Every yard
Full line of Etamine Brilli
antine. in plain and figured;
Silk Grenadines, both figured
and striped, from 50c to $1 a
Full line of Trimmed and
Untrimmed Hats of all the
newest shapes, and Flowers
Feathers and Ribbons, all at
greatly reduced prices.
26 Salem Ave.
Olebrated for its prent lPaveLlng strength and
hoslthfalnfss. Antares the tood spatcst alam
and all forms of iicuiwrution common to cheap
Kov Ai. Hakini; Towiibb Co.. New York.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
TOO MUCH RISK.
Your grocer may tell you he has flour
at u less price, that is just as good as
Ho will not claim that he lias anything
any better, because PILLSBURY'S
BEST IS THE BEST THERE IS.
HAWKINS. FIELDING & CO.
EASY ON POOR PEOPLE.
AND OUR SHOES ore ensy on tender
feet. Conic to me when you want ?hoes
anil be satisfied with your purchase.
Goods bouiiht from me are never Uie
cause of a kick. RACHHACH, Salem
avenue and Jefferson street; two stores.
?Ve have recently purchased at a "sacr?
ifice sale" a big line of bed room suites,
which wo arc selling at prices that can?
not be equaled by our competitors Don't
buy until you have seen them.
OVERSTREET & THURMAN,
No. 20 West Campbell avenue.
A TREAT TO THE PUBLIC.
ttix Mnntello Cabinet Photos for ?O
cents for a limited time only. Landes,
IS) 1-2 Salem avenue.
Constable Blackwell, of Cave Springs,
arrested John Oyler yesterdaymorn'mg on
a warrant charging him with stcaliuc
wood from the Consolidated Mining Corn
puny. He bad a hearing before Squire
Miller at Norwich yesterday evening and
was fined $0 and costs.
Sterilized Malt, 15 cents.I bottle, *1.7?
per dozen. Massie's Pharmacy.
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT.
About 10 o'clock yesterday morning J.
it. Mulcare, while at work near the top
of the Machine Works on ii scalTold,
missed his footing and fell some distance
to the floor, cutting his chin very badly
and otherwise injuring him. Drs. Gale
and Fry were called in and rendered the
necessary aid. It is not thought he is
The funeral of Mrs. Sarah 'Fails, who
died at her homo, near Blue RidgoChurch,
in Botetourt county,Thursday, took place
at Glade jCreek Church. The services
were conducted by Rev. Mr. Grsybill.
Jack Carter was fined $2 30 in the po?
lice court yesterday morning for leaving
his team unattended at the depot. J. S. j
Smith, drunk, fined $3.50, and in default !
of payment was sent to jail.
EASTER EGG DYES, assorted col- j
ors. .") cents. .Massie's Pharmacy.
C. D. KENNY'S EASTER PICTURE, j
Entitled "Easter Lily,'* a Innre richly
colored art lithograph, portraying a bean j
tiful little girl 1 ulen with Easter Lilies,
will be presented to alt our customers to I
day, April IT, at our store IS Salem ave- j
ST. JOHN'S TO DAY.
An Easter even service will lie held al
St.. John's Church this afternor.n at ?"?
o'clock, at which the rite of baptism will
be administered to infants and adults
who may be presented. The services to?
morrow, Easter Sunday, at this church
will be as follows: 7:ilo a. in., Ho'y Com?
munion; 11 a. in , Holy Communion and
sermon; 4:10 p. in., Sunday-school Easter
Circuit court met yesterday morning
and adjourned over until this moruinu
at lo o'clock. Mayor Andrews yesterday
morning, approved the tux law anil other
ordinances adopted at the last meeting of
the City Council. These acts went into
effect yesterday. Hustings court was
not in session yesterday and no business
of any character transacted during the
Garden seeds at YanLear Bros.
A SLUGGING MATCH.
The Southwest baseball club defeated
the Jefferson street team yesterday af?
ternoon by a score of IS to 17. Batteries:
Shnfer brothers, Boothe and Muse; Hen
net t and Eanes. ^
A game of ball will be played this af- I
ternoon at Yinton between the team at
that place and the Park street club, of
this city. Batteries: Yinton. Carroll and
McCawley; Park street, Patterson and
H0BB1E PIANO CO
Slightly used Upright Piano,
fancy case, $150; $7 per month;
FAIR PRICES aa
our prices will compare favot
'receives oiii personal nttentic
?'Prescriptions Killed Only I
KASTER EGG DYES, assorted colors.
5 cents. Massle's Pharmacy. .
MR. ELLYSON SATISFED.
State Chairman J. Taylor Ellyson was
seen by a representative ot The Times
yesterday evening on Eighth street, where
he was attending the sale of some prop?
erty for the buildicg and loan association
of which he is president. Mr. Ellyson,
when asked as to the political outlook
from his point of view, said that he was
receiving a great deal of encouragement
and felt very much gratified at the out?
look. He attended the Jefferson dinner
rtt Washington and is a great admirer of
W. J. Bryan, and said the recent victories
of the Democrats in the North'.looked like
the people were willing to give them an?
other chance. He thought the indications
of future Democratic success were very
favorable. In regard to holding the State
convention in Roanoke, Mr. Ellyson said
it would make no difference to him; that
Richmond was not making any effort to
get it, but its people were always willing
to take the conventions. He said he
could sec no reason why the convention
should not he held in Roanoke; that it
certainly could entertain it, and the fa?
cilities offered for transporting the dele?
gates and visitors to and from the meet?
ing were as good as could be offered by
any city in the State. Mr. Elly?on ex?
pects to finish his business and leave to?
day for his home in Richmond.
THE PIjAY LAST NIGHT.
The play of the "Peak Sisters" given
at the National Business College chapel
last night, by Mrs. C. T. Jetiniiitfs and
the young latlies of the Fourth Avenue
Christian Church was snlendidlv ren?
dered. The ladies are to he congratula?
ted on the manner in which this produc?
tion was rendered. They responded to
several hearty encores. The Business
College Literary Society wishes to thank
Mrs. Jennings and the ladies for the
pleasure given from their etforts. A
hearty welcome is extended for them to
Sterilized Malt, 15 cents a bottle, $1.75
per dozen. Massle's Pharmacy.
ROANOKE CHORAL CLUB.
At the last ireeting of the Roanoke
Choral Club, held in the warerooms of
the Hobbie l'iauo Company on Thursday
r.ight, there was a full attendance, and
rehearsal? for their entnrntainment to
bo given on May 14 were commenced.
Several artists from Philadelphia have
been engaged for this occasion and a*mu?
sical treat is promised.
Easter Egg Dyes, VanLenr Bros.
C. R. Epps yesterday afternoon received
a telegram announcing the'critlcal illness
of his brother, Ohas. IL Kpns. city ser?
geant of Richmond, and left last night for
that city. He said that his brother's
condition was beyond hope.
Eastkr Sil i ims.
Eastkr Coli.ai:s ami Cukks.
On; Eastki: Oiikuixus ix
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n KV Kl* 1IKKN" IIRKIIITKH am)
SMAI.LKK in PRICE.
G1LKKSON & TAYLOR.
The eighth annual meeting of the
Roanoke Building Association and In?
vestment Company whs held last night
in the office of the treasurer of the com?
pany, W. F. Winch, in the Masonic Tem?
ple. All the old officers and directors
were re-elected and F. A. Hill was elected
a ilirector to succeed W. ('. Walstrom,
resigned. The president's annual report
showed the company in first class condi?
tion and the outlook for the coming year
is very encouraging.
In the account of the marriage of Miss
Layman and Mr. Ramsey in yesterday's
Times the name of the officiating clergy?
man should have read Rev. T. ('. Den ton.
anil the place of their destination should
have been Montebcllo, instead of Mon
A glance at VanLenr Bros, corner win?
dow will show the little folks what can be
done with "Faster Kgg Dyes.'
NEW TELEPHONE COMPANY.
The new telephone company are push?
ing right ahead with their work They
have poles up and wires stretched on ail j
of the principal streets leading into
Jefferson street and Salem avenue, but |
cannot put up poles in i.hat locality now j
owing to the difficulty they have exper* j
lencerl in getting them long enough to '
go over the wires now up. Mr. Miller!
said he could not give any information
as to the exact time they would have the
exchange up and in working order, but I
the mutter is being pushed to a comple?
tion as fast as possible.
ONLY A FEW LEFT
Of those slightly used pianos and or?
gans. Selling rapidly. Very easy terms.
Prices surprisingly low. Call quick.
Roanoke Music Co. (.'. T. Jennings,
JUST THINKOF IT:
li-rooin dwelling, in nice condition, in
Northwest Roanoke, for $700; $50 cash,
balance *10 per month.
A few other bargains equally as good
in other sections of the city.
_ T. W. SPINDLE & CO.,
:'u .~ 'J?, No. 8 Campbell nventfe.
I will uive away loo copies of the Phil?
adelphia Press each day for two weeks,
("all and get a copy." HOPCROFT, ',
PUT YOUH FEET "*""**
In a pair of my shoes and then you will
know what shoe comfort is. BAOH
HACH, Salem avenue and Jefferson
On this basis we solicit your
prescriptions. We use but one
grade of Drugs?the Best.
In accuracy our work will
please the most critical.
?ably with any. and every prescription
in Orattnntes in Pharmacy."
Cor. bsletn AV?l ?nj ??.ff. St.
THE SECOND DAY.
Brings man) people our way to secure
one of those flue crayons we are actually
giving away. This is your opportunity,
so don't miss it. St. Louis Portrait Co.
A CAP. OF FINE CATTLE.
R. B. Greigs yesterday sold to H. C.
Trolein, a car of fine ctittle he luid fed
during the past winter on his farm near
here. This was said to oe one of the fin?
est cars of cuttle ever sent from Roauoke
BUILDING A HOME.
N. "Wilmoth, who has been confined to
his room for several weeks past with sick?
ness, is out again. Mr. Wilmeth has a
large force of men at work building a
line country residence on the Creston
property northeast of the city, which he
bought several mouths ago.
Those members who wish to attend tar?
get practice this evening will assemble
at the armory at 4 o'clock sharp.
~5c and 50c knives at YauLear Bros.
DEATH OF AN INFANT.
Mary, the infant daughter of J. B. aud
Ollio Moser, aged tive days, died ycster?
ility afternoon at the family lesideuce,
1)27 Salem avenue, and will be buried near
Bull s Siding, in Roanoke county, this
DEATH OF MISS DENT.
Miss Annie Dent, aged II years, died
yesterday morning at 5:110 o'clock at her
residence, No. 031 Ernest avenue, after a
lingering illness of cancer. The funeral
will take place tins afternoou at 2 o'clock
from her late residence and will be con?
ducted by Evangelist Crlttenton, after
which the remains will be interred in the
NOONDAY PRAYER MEET INC.
The lesson to day will he the latter half
of the twenty-fourth chapter of Matthew
and J. F. Fielding will lead the meeting.
On yesterday Evangelist Crittenton con?
sumed a part of tho time with one of his
characteristic talks, uplifting his bear?
ers and inspiring a strong desire in their
hearts to be more like the Master and to
he ready for His coming. He was fol?
lowed by Evangelist Clarence B. Strouse
in a few appropriate remarks upon tin
lesson. Both of these consecrated men
of God were listened to with the (.losest
attention. The many friends of Evange?
list Strouse will be glad to know that bis
health has greatly improved and that it
is likely he will enter evangelistic work
again, in which field of labor be has"been
so eminently successful and blessed of
NEW UPRIGHT PIANO $175, ON $8
PER MONTH. AT HOIUJIE PIANO CO.
New upright piano, full size, 7 1-8 02
taves, fancy case, fully warranted, for
$17.1, nn $8 per month without interest,
at P.obbie Piano Co.
YOU'LL MAKE A
MISTAKE if you buy a
buggy or phaeton without
seeing what we have to
oll'er. For the same qual?
ity of goods we guarantee the lotvest
pi ices in the city.
E ARM AN .v FLIPPO,
107 Salem avenue.
8,000,000 FEET WHITE OAK TIMBER.
Near line of Norfolk and Western rail?
way. 1,000 acres yielding 8,000 feet per
acre." Large quantity of tan bark. Will
be sold at a sacrifice on easy terms. Her
feet title. Anply at once toL. C. TABB,
Bluefield, W. Ya.
Breakfast, 25 cents: dinner, 25 cents:
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, jf-l. I am
Using Armour's Chicago meats, which are
the best. .1. J. Catogni's restaurant.
DON'T BE SHODDILY SHOD
11ACHRACH, the twin-store shoe man,
can sell you the liest shoes in town for the
lea-it money. Fine stock in both stores,
Salem avenue ami also on Jeffcrson'street.
A SPLENDID GIFT.
A copy oi the magnificent !?! page
Easter number of the New York Herald
will be given absolutely free to purchas?
ers of Sunday Worlds and Journals at
Jaek's news depot next Sunday. This
applies to counter sales only.
FIR E INSURANCE.
It. is important that you insure with ex?
perienced agents and sound companies.
We represent the very best and largest in
the world. Our new and special "dwell?
ing house"' policy is admitted by jill the
most liberal ever issued
CHAS. LUNSFORD .V SON,
No. 100 Jefferson street.
DR KINO S NEW DISCOVERY FOR
This is the best medicine in the world
for all forms of Coiitfhs and Colds and
for Consumption. Every bottle is guar?
anteed. It. will curt- and not disappoint.
Il has no equal for Whooping Cough,
Asthma, Hay Fever, Pneumoni?. Bron?
chitis, La Grippe, Cold in tin' Head and
for Consumption. It is safe for all ages,
pleasant to take, and, above'all, a sure
cure. It is always well to take Dr. King's
New Life Fills in connection with Dr. I
King's New Discovery, as they regulate i
and tone the stomach anil bowels. We '
guarantee perfect sat.isfnctiou?Ior return
money. Free trial bottles at Massie's
Pharmacy, 100 Jefferson street. Regu?
lar size, 50 cents and $1.
Malaga Grapes and California Pears,
?I. J. Cntogni.
Now we don't want to spring anything
new, but for spring cleaning would like
you to use Crystal "Spring"' Soap. Btai
on eart h. Take no of tier. Crystal Spring
Soap ('?>., Roanoke, Vu. For sale by all
SPECIAL OFFER - GAS COOKING
Save money. Mine and labor by the Use
of a gus cooking stove. It i> the cheap
est. quickest and most convenient means
oft-coking. Gns Stoves sold at. if'-', pay?
able $2 cash and balance in moi thly In?
stalments of $1. Service, pipe laid free,
(.'all at. room No 208, Terry building.
Strnwheiry Ice Cream made of fresh
strawberries at J. J. Catogni's.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Parties desiring to borrow money in
small loans ranging from $200 to $(100
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
anil Loan Company on improved Konn
oke city real estate will call and file ap?
plication, with J. W. BOS WELL, ngent,
110 1-2 Jefferson street.
To ('UHF. A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo QuinineTshlrts,
All drnuglsts refultd the money if fails
to euro. 25c.For Mile by Johnson & Johu^
lOl SALEM AVENUE.
IT'S HOT NECESSARY
FOR US TO TELL YOU ABOUT TUB QUALITY OP
UOODS WB SKLI.?ONLY T1IK BEST IS OOOD RNOUOH
-j- FOB OUB CUSTOMERS. V7k MAKE if A PRACTICR
TO SELL TBE EISEST CiOODS?THE MOST ATTRACTIVE MERCHANDISE AT LOWER
PRICES THAN OTHERS. WE'VE NEVER CLAIMED TO BE THE CHEAPEST HOUSE
IN TOWN, BUT FOB CHOICE UOOOS THERE IS NO FIRM IN ROANOKE THAT CAN
COME NEAR OUR PRICES. COMPARE OUR FIGURES OK.DESIRABLE GOODS
WITH WHAT'S QUOTED ELSEWHERE AND YOU'LL SOON SEE "WHY YOUR
FRIENDS ALL DEAL AT THE PALAIS ROYAL.
The subject of your New Easter
Spring llat is of the greatest im?
portance to you. Naturally, you
want the best, most stylish anil one
that is the most becoming?but
you want it at as low price as pos?
sible. We can serve you in both
ways. There's fully 200 Newly
Trimmed Hats now on display in
our Millinery Department?every
captivating sort and every winsome
style that Parisian, English and
Domestic Fashions have set forth
for this spring. There a-e fully flve
tables of Untrimtned Hats, and Sat
Saturday we received live more
cases?and we display a bewilder?
ing array of Flowers of all the
favorite kinds. Chiffons, Ribbons
and Oi naments- -and as for the
prices, all we ask you is to look
around and then come and investi?
Choice of 200 Women's
Trimmed Pattern Hats,
Toques and Rounets, styl?
ishly and neatly made,
$4.50 and $7. At$8.48 and
The most fashionable Hat
of the season is the Pan?
ama Short Rack Sailor,
handsomely t r 1 m in e d
with tine Moire Ribbon,
Flowers, etc., easily An in
would fetch $5, Our price o*->*r0
100 do/en Children's Untrim
med Straw Hats, In all
kinds of shapes, plain and
combination colors, new
nu.l latest effects. Each. .
200 dozen Women's and Mis?
ses' Untrimtned Short-back
Straw Sailor Hats, staple
colors, worth 75c. Each..
Stylish Black Untrimtned
Shape'-, with rough gimp
brims. Special price this
Untrimined Hats, latest
shapes in Neapolitan
braids, with fancy edges.
Special price this week. ..
Short Back Sailors, in the
latest shades of heliotrope,
green and black. Special
price this week.
Fancy Rough Straw Hats, in
red and violet.
Fine Milan and Fancy Straw
Walking Hats in all the
English effects, at.
Ten do/en Children's Cloth
Tain o'Shanters, the latest,
styles, cloth tops, plain and
lluteil, with leather trim?
ming, all colors',worth 50c.
Without doubt the prettiest and
cheapest line in the city. Every
mother should see it.
Corded Caps of fine sheer
quality, double box-pleat
ruche and lacet^p. touched
up with ribbon.
1' iue All-Over Needlework
Caps, embroideried ties,
Poke and Cape of beautiful
open embroidery on round
Large, Fine Poke Bonnets,
puffed crown, sides, back
and cape, and high, full
poke of handsome embroid?
Lawn Beauty Hats, full
crown, shirred brim of fine
SPECIALS IN VELVETS.
Velvettas in ?11 lending
shades, including black, at
Croiso Bilk Velvets in the
latest shades of violet,
not, new greens, reseda, at
30 dozen Ladies'Plain White
aud Fancy Bordered Hem?
full size and excellent qual?
ity, worth 15c. Each.
12 dozen Women's very
pretty styles tine em?
worth 25c. Each.
2 SPECIAL LACE VALUES.
About 1,000 yards of W hite
Laces, from 3 to 5 inches
wide, pretty and delicate
patterns. designs that
usually sell at 15c. to 18ejr
Also a great value in Ecru
, Oriental Laces, from 5 to 7
inches in width, newestde
si"iis, usual price is fiom
18c to 20c a yard, at.
150 dozen choice quality Im?
ported Rose Bouquets,with
two large, open roses, bud
itnd foliage, all good shade,
worth 25c Bunch.
75 dozen Imported Roses in
natural effects and choice
colors, full, large clusters,
worth 20c. Bunch.
100 dozen select quality of
natural effects in bluet, in
full clusters. Bunch.
50 dozen Chrysanthemums In
beautiful shades, large,full
dusters and natural effect,
worth 30c. Bunch.
Full-blown Roses, with two
buds, foliage and ruhlier
steins, will go per bunch lit
Six large Daisies and six
Daisy Buds, with foliage
and rubber stems, this
week per bunch.
Six branches Lilacs." with
foliage; per bunch.
Six sprigs of Llllies-of-tlie
Ten dozen ('rushed Roses, in
all the lending colors, per
Li Fiance Roses in bunches
of 3 roses and 3 buds. Spe?
cial price, per hunch.
Cluster of Roses, in all this
season's latest shade,. Spe?
cial price tills week.
Ten boxes of line Forget-Me
Nots, In pink and blue,
regular 50c bunches.
Violets, 2 dozen in a bunch,
with foliage. Special price
this week, per bunch.
Red English Violets, 3 dozen
in n hunch, worth 50c, for
Misses' and Children's
NEW SPRING REEFERS.
Misses' and Children's
Reefers, size?, 0 to 14
years, in plain red and
blue Venetian cloth,
large sailor collar, trim?
med with braid, a spec- ^. nr>
ial value at. j,, Z1}
Fine All Wool Reefers in
Empire effects, braid
trimmed, red. navy, ca?
det, worth $8.00; at_
Fine All Wool Reefers with
large sailor collar; Em?
pire effects, new sleeves,
neatly trimmed with
braid. Sold at $4.00; to qq
go at. $>li"0
NEW DRESS SKIRTS.
The proper Skirt must be of per?
fect shape and fit and show th }
maker's art in every fold. Those
we offer will pass the most critical
Ladies' Rlack Figured Bril
liantiueSkirts, neat, dressy
design, splendidly finished
and well-lined, excellent
Ladies' Black Figured Bril
llantine Skirts, full 4
yards wide, correctly
gored shapes, with rustle
lining- extra choice
Ladies' Plain Black Bill
liantiue Skirts, -1 yards
wide, gored styles and
hest rustle lining, regu?
larly $2;75. Special
At $1.40 we ?Ml'er Ladies'
Brocade Mohair Dress
Skirts, lined throughout,
$2.50 value- - our price ..
At $1.08 we offer Ladies'
Black,Brocade and Plain
Mohair Dress Skirts,
lined throughout, $3.48
Our Famous Ribbon Bargains
The Talk nldie Town.
We are offering the greatest
values :n Ribbons ever of?
fered in Roanoke. Three
inch-wide all-pure Silk
Taffeta Ribbons iu all tlx
newest anil desirable shades,
sells everywhere at 35c a
Another great value In our
All-silk Taffeta Ribbons, l
to 5 inches iu width, plain
and cord edge, worth 25t a
70 do/en Ladies' seamless
Cotton Hose, in fast black
and worth 10c, special
Ladies' Seamless Black Hose,
fast colors, with double
heels and toes, very special
bargains this week.
Ladies' Full Regular Made
Hose, with double heels
and toes and high spliced
heels. This week only....
Milses' Fast Black Ribbed
Hose, full lengths, iu sizes
0 to 0, only CO dozen. All
400 dozen Children's seam?
less Past Black Cotton
Hose, wide and narrow
ribbed, all sizes; worth 10c,
sale price. ...'.
ALL HATS TRIMMED FREE