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For This Week.
Wash Goods Department.
Figured Dimities, the ice
quality, for yc,
Figured Valols Lace Stripe,
the I2j^c quality, for 8c
Silk Stripe Ohallies, 18c
quality, for i2^c
Lappet Mull, 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 i2T/zO
Percale, yard-wide, only 8c
Cambric Percale, fast cplors,
Tapestry Curtains, $3.50
grade, only $2.50 pair.
Cheuile Curtains, 40 inche3
wide, for $2.50 a pair.
Chenlle Curtain?, $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 SLvd trimmings given
away without extra charge
with every pair of Lace Cur?
Colored Striped Sirlm, 5c,
8c and ice > < t
Japanese Gilt Figured Drap?
er y at ioc yard
Figured dilkaline at ioc and
Yard-wide Sea Island Cot?
Yard-wide Sea Island Cot?
ton, fine grade, sold elsewhere
at 7c our price 5c.
Lonsdale Cambric, yard
wHe, the I2>ac quality, only
Dress Goods Department.
100 pieces All-wool Checks,
Plaids and Fancy Novelty
Dress Goods, only 25c.
Twenty-five pieces Novelty
Dress Goods, aeiliog price
elsewhere 39c; our price only
Twenty-fivs pieces Wool
andj?ilk Mix ure, regular price
59c; will close out at 4~c
Ten pieces All-wool Novel?
ties, 40 inches wide, good value
for 65c; our closing price 45c.
Ten pieces I llumlnated Co?
vert Cloths, 46 inchea wide,
cheap at $1; our price only 75c.
Twenty Dress Patterns of
high class novelties, worth
fiom $1.25 to $1.50 per yard;
will close them out at 75c
Twenty-five pieces all-wool
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 Briili
antine. in plain and figured;
Silk Grenadine?, both figured
and striped, from 50c to $1 a
Full line of Trimmed and
Untritnmed Hats of all the
newest shapes, and Flowers
Feathers and Ribbons, all at
greatly reduced prices.
26 Salem Ave,
Bonds! _ Bonds!
All Kinds of Judicial
and Fidelity Bonds
issued at Once.
See Us for Rates.
J. H. MORRIS, General Agent,
UU Terry Building.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
EASY OX POOR PEOPLE.
"AND OUR SHOES are easy on tender
feet. Conic to mo when you want shoes
uud he satisfied with your purchase.
Goods houtrht from me are never the
cause of a kick. BACHRACH, Salem
avenue and JefTerson street; two stores.
We have recently purchased at a "sacr
illce sale" a big line of bed room suites,
which we are selling at prices that can?
not he equaled by our competitors. Don't
buy until you have seen them.
OY KR ST RIO KT Sc THURMAX,
No. 20 West Campbell avenue.
A FALSE STATEMENT.
A gentleman went into a grocery store
yesterday and called for a barrel of
PILLSBURY'S BEST. The grocer says:
"Wo have It." The gentleman says:
"Show me the barrel; 1 want to see the
brand." The groeei says: "It is not
branded PILLSBURY'S BEST, but it is
tho same llower." The gentleman says:
"I don't want it: it is not branded 'Pills
' As agents of Plllsbury's Best, we de
slret to inform the public that PILLS
BURY'6 BEST is no, branded anything
else. That grocer was stating a false?
hood and trying to put off something
cheaper, representing it as PILLS?
HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents.
Before painting your house call at
Evans, Butt & Price, the hardware men.
GONE TO BEDFORD CITY.
M. I>. Black was summoned to Bedford
City Wednesday night by a telephone
message to the effect that his wife is very
sick at that place.
.7. W. Carrol!, of the Baltimore Herald,
but formally of Ronnoke, and two or
three newspaper reporters from other
Baltimore and Washington papers, were in
the city yesterday, having come down for
the purpose of rrriting up a supposed
lynching that took place, here. An ac?
count of the attempted assaidt on Mrs.
Henderson was reported in one of the
Baltimore papers, and the report that the
negro had been captured and .there was
danger of a Ivnching had also gotten cir?
culation, and the newspaper men were at
once dispatched to this city 'or particu?
lars. Several reports have reached the
public that parties answering the descrip?
tion of the negro who made the assault on
Mrs. Henderson have been seen or cap?
tured, but when Investigated they were
found to be false. No clue as yet to his
whereabouts has been discovered, and It
is more than probable that he has suc?
ceeded in making his escape.
lee Cold Soda at VanLear Bros.
A HUNG JURY.
The commonwealth's attorney conclud?
ed his argument before the jury in the
Watts ease yesterday morning and the
ease was given to the, jury. They were
out for about an hour arnl came into court,
and announced that they were unable to
agree upon a verdict. The judge sent
them back, bur. al ter spending some time
further, they tiled back into the court?
room and again announced that they weie
unable to agree. They were then dis?
charged ami the case will have to come up
for trial at. some future time. The jury
stood eight for conviction anil four for
CHORAL CLUB MEETING.
A meeting of the Roanoke Choral Club
was held last night, rehearsing for the
entertainment to lie given in May. Some
foreign talent has been engaged to assist
in this entertainment, and a musical
treat is promised.
Borated Talcum 10c. at VanLear Bros.
MERCH A NT'S IToTKL.
Among the guests registered at the
Merchant's Hotel yesterday were E. C.
Gray son and 11. M. Helm, of Had ford; J.
B. Eenwich, of Hngerstown; W. J.
Stump, of Worlsdorf, Pa.
ST. JAMES ARRIVALS.
W. L. Horlor, Winchester: .1. C. 'Bart
ley, Haverhlll, Mass.: W. H. Zirkle, Rich?
mond; J. II. Grogg, Rail ford: L. Blue
inenthal, Columbus, Ohio.: C. Heck,
Minefield; L. D. Troorer, Taylor's Island.
Md., were registered at the St. James
POLICE COURT NEWS.
Florence Porter was lined $10 in the po?
lice court yesterday morning for keeping
a disorderly house.
The case against .lohn Donaldson was
continued on account of the absence of
some witnesses, and the case neainsl
Emma Dickinson was continued until she
had suflicie-itly sobered up
Henry Jones was lined $3.50 for being
very drunk on the streets.
Splendid May bicycle number of Metro?
politan now in at Jack's *ncws depot.
Leave orders for the Grant Memorial edi?
tion of the Xew York Herald and World,
out next Sunday.
P.'l&j |>llt II*"!?' **g?"
\M You'll fiii<l.
i Ms VanLear B5ro
^^y? 41 right away
scrlptlons KIHpiI Only
Va.ii Lear Brot
A STRONG PAPER.
To Messrs. H. D. Guy. C. D. Fox und
J. P. Woods: Wo, the undersized citi?
zens of tho First ward o? the city of Ron
noko, appreciating the valuable services
that yoii have rendered the city in the
past, would roost respectfully urge that
von permit your names to bo placed be?
fore tho public for re-election to the City
Council: J. A. Jamison, P. W, fluff, 11.
P.'Huff, J. B. Andrews, J. E. Cannnday,
R. G. Lanikin, Wm. Kesler, j. B. Flsh
burue, J. O. Hobbs, F. B. Thomas, Ed.
L. Stone, C. B. Moomaw, E. B. Fish
burne, Palmer St. Clalr, C. U. Robertson,
T. C. Vest, C. F. Blouut, A J Evans,
H. C. Allen. L. II. Drugh, W. F. Peun,
C. A. Moomaw, J. W. Shields, Alex M.
Nelson, Luke Garrctt, Lanier Gray, G.
Lnmkln, C. E. Michael. J. T. Meadows,
J. A. Fishburn, R. M. Echols, Thos.
Clemitt, Jr., I. T. Minter, C. R. Molr,
W. W. Moir, Jr., Mosly Ryland, F. B.
Caldwell, H. C. Penn, P. T. Sinoot, L.
Blair, Jr., H. S. Trout, J. E. Duerson,
T. E. Jamison, C. II. Kesler, C. M.
Armes, II. D. Derricks, R. A. Burks, D.
Wm. Good, C. Clay Oolemm, C. E. Bry?
ant, R. H. Thompson, E. B. Spencer, II.
E. Erb, D. K. Aminen. W. L. Tinsley, E.
L. Robinson, J. D. Ilobbie, VV. R. Moore,
W. E. McGuire, J. C. Moir. W. P. Gil
kesou, J. W. J. God, E. W. Tinsley, W.
A. Calwdell, O. W. Schorn, W. G. Evans,
J. W. Sommerville, .7. P. Trent, Geo. W.
Ammen, T. T. Fisbburne, Thos. 'J?t. An?
derson. W. M. White, C. W. C. Wool
wine, S. S. Durch, W. R. Ramey, W. K.
Andrews, S. I. Spiggle.
YanLear Bros, will sell you a spring
tonic, "Sarsaparilla," 50 cents bott le.
The entire day's i-ession of the circuit
court was spent in hearing the evidence
iu the caso of Trent against the Yirtrinia
Brewing Company to recover $10,000
damnses. The evidence in the case will
all be in to-day and the argument in the
case will commence.
The result of the meet:ng of the Cen?
tral Land Company, of Buchanan, at
which time ofllcers were to be elected,
was as follows: S. 1). Ferguson, of Roa
noke, president; J. 'A. Schultz, of Ruch'
anan, secretary, and the following d*
rectors: I. II. Adams, of Lynchburg;
Col. E. Dillon, ol Lexington; W. K. -An?
drews, .1. B. Fishburne, M. W. Bryan, of
Roanoke, and M. .Jordan, of Danville.
Salaries of the officers wer?; somewhat
reduced, but no other changes of import?
ance were made. Mr. Ferguson succeeds
M. W. Bryan as president.
Top Knot ?
Wi:'vr.,lfats Kon thk mul?
titude, stylish hats?the
season's choicest plums,
unl it in shapes and colohs,
Dehmes and Alpines?prom
!?1 to !?.">.
G1LKESON & TAYLOR.
A MAD RUNAWAY.
An exciting runaway occurrfd last
night about S:o0 o'clock. As Wm. B.
Man pin was driving across the Park
street bridge his horse became frightened
at a passing train of cars and dashed
madly dowu Park street. Mr. Man pin
was thrown out and quite severely in?
jured -.bout the faoe. A colored boy who
wes in the wagon with him was also
thrown out and badly hurt. The frantic
horse continued bis mad career and never
stopped running until he reached the
baselall park, where be was found ex?
hausted from his mad race. Strange to
say, the wagon was not at all injured.
Drs. Luck and Stone rendered medical
aid to Mr. Mnupiu.
NOONDAY PRAYER MEETING.
The attendance was comparatively j
small yesterday, but ctherwise the meet- '
ing was as interesting and beneficial as
usual. Dr. Firey will lead the meeting to?
day and the lesson will lie the latter part
of the twenty-sixth chapter of Matthen*,
beginning at the forty-seventh verse.
MOVING HKJllT ALONG.
The citizen's committee and sub com?
mittee of the Democrat ic executive com?
mittee appointed to confer with the State
Democratic committee relative to secur?
ing the gubernatorial convention in this
city, held a meeting yesterday afternoon
lit the office of A. Blair Antrim, in the
Terry building and after a thorough and
harmonious discussion of the matter and
the necessary steps to be taken appointed
a committee of ten to wait on the propri?
etors of hotels and boarding houses and
businessmen of the city'to ascertain how
much could be secured as a guarantee
fund for the entertainment of the conven?
tion, in case Roanoke should be selected
as the place for holding the convention:
said committee to meet at Mr. Antrim's
office at. 2 o'clock this afternoon to receive
instructions and discuss details. Hon.
A. P. Staples, chairman of the citizen's
committee, organized to aid in procuring
the convention for Roanoke, also asks the
members of that committee, to meet at I
the office of Scott Staples, in the Terry i
building, this (Friday) evening tit 6
o'clock. It will be seen from the above i
that the gentlemen in charge of the move?
ment to secure the State Democratic con
vent ion for Roanoke are pusihing the
matter right along, and if they do not
succeed in this much to-be desired event, I
it certainly will be from no luck of effort
On their part. Roanoke ought to have the
convention, and her live an 1 energetic
citzens are doing their best, to bring it
Before painting your bouse call at
Evans, Butt <v Price, the hardware men.
PUT YOUR FEET
In a pair of my shoes and then you will
know what shoe comfort is. BACH
RACH, Salem avenue and Jefferson
Bread, Rolls,Cinnamon Buns,hot every
evening. J. J. Catogni.
you ought to ?Io. A good twii
vill. sharpen your appetite ami
in your nerves and muscles,
just what your system needs at
??*. fio to-day and begin taking
by OruilniitCH In Pharmacy.
Cor. aulcm Ave auI.Jeff. St.
NOW FOR TUE CONCERT.
The ccinmittc?-on arrangements for
the Roanoke Choral Society, to bo given
at the Academy of Music on May 14, nave
succeeded in engaging Miss Kate Hull
Bundy, pianist; Mrs. Anno Elaine Fisher,
as soprano, both of Philadelphia, and
Signor Cionnini, the great Italian opera
singer, who, together with W. Walley
Davis as violinist, will make a pro?
gramme of unexcelled brilliancy. The
committee is to be congratulated on hav?
ing obtaiued such renowned artists for the
occasion,and the public should show their
nppieclation by attending the concert,
which bids fair to bo one of the most in?
teresting society events of the season.
WILD LEAVE FOR A BHD AND, KY.
W. E. Burnett will leave this afternoon
for Ashland, Ky., where he will assist
Evangelist Clarence B. Strouse iu a revi?
val meeting to begin in that cltv on next
Sunday. Last January a year ago these
gentlemen conducted a very successful
mectimr at the above place, resulting in
several hundred conversions. Evangelist
Strouse has been awaiting the improve?
ment of his physical condition that he
?might safely appoint a day for commenc?
ing these services auew. The invitation
comes from the various denominations
and the co-operation of all Christian
workers is promised.
At the general conference of the Rou?>
oke councils of the Junior Order of
United American Mechanics last night
It was decided to seud out invitations to
the two military companies, the lire com?
panies und secret societies to participate
with the members of that 'patriotic order
in this city in their Fourth of July cele?
bration. Conference meetings of the
councils to perfect the details of the pro?
posed celebiation are held every few
nights and the most satisfactory pro?
gress towards one of the llnest Independ?
ence Day gatherings ever held in this city
UNION STAR FESTIVAL.
The Union Star baseball club are hold?
ing a festival to aid in securing uuiforms
and equipments, in the Engleby building,
on Commonwealth avenue n. e. The fes?
tival began yesterday and will close Sat?
urday night. The puli'io are cordially
invited and no'effort will be spared to
give all who attend a delightful time
TRANSFERR ED TO ROAN OK E.
John E. Batty, formerly master me?
chanic lor the Norfolk and Western rnll
roda at Shenandoah, has been appointed
to the same position at the Ronnoke Ma?
chine Works, and has entered upon the
duties of the position.
HAVING SOLD our business all par?
ties indebted to us will please come for?
ward and settle at once.
4,-22-lw. M. L. BLACK & CO.
YOU'LL .MAKE A
MISTAKE if you buy a
buggy or phaeton without
seeing what we have to
offer. For the same qual?
ity of imods wo guarantee the lotvest
pi ices iu the city.
E ARM AN FLIPPO,
107 Salem avenue.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
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
satisfact.ionor money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale at Massie's Phar?
macy, 109 Jefferson street, Roanoke.
Bread,Rolls.Cinnamon Buns, hot every
evening. J. J. Catogni.
Call at Evans, Butt & Price's for your
fishing tackle. The hardware men.
FOR RENT.?Two furnished rooms,
S. Jefferson street., within short distance
Terry building, delightful location. All
modern conveniences, bath, steam heat,
gas, etc Apply to V. O. drawer 77S.
Strawbeiry Ice Cream made of fresh
strawberries at .). J. Catogni'.-..
DON'T BK SHODDILY SHOD
BACHRACH, the t win store shoe man,
can sell you tin- best shoes in town for the
lea.it money. Eine stock in both stores,
Salem avenue and also on Jefferson|street.
Ilrenkfast, S3 cents; dinner, 23 cents:
supper.35 cents. Meal tickets, j l. I am
using Armour's Chicago meats, which are
the best. J. J. Catogui's restaurant.
ft. 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 "all the
most liberal ever issued
CHAS. LUNSFORD .V Si>N.
No. hi? Jefferson street.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for j
any season, but perhaps more generally i
needed when the languid, exhausted feel
ing prevails, when the liver is torpid and j
sluggish and the need of a tonic and I
alterative is felt A prompt useof this
medicine has often averted long and per- '
Imps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine
will act more surely In counteracting;
and freeing the system from malarial
poison. Headache. Indigestion, Consti?
pation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters.
50o and ljil.00 per bottle at Massie's Phar?
macy, 100 JefTerson Btrcct, Roanoke.
Malaga Grapes and California Pears
J. J. Catogni.
Now we don't want, to spring anything
new, but for spring cleaning would like
you to use Crystal "Spring" Soap. Bsst
onearth. Take no ottier. Crystal Spring
Soap Co., Roanoke, Va. For sale by all
SPECIAL OFFER- GAS COOKING
Save money, time and labor '?>? the use
of a g'ls cooking stove. It is the cheap?
est, quickest and most convenient, means
ofecoking. Gas stoves sold at fx. pay?
able $3 cash and balance in mot thly in?
stalments of $1. Service pipe laid free.
Call at room No 203, Terry building.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Parties desiring to borrow money in
small loans ranging from S-'-'i!" to $80U
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company on improved Roan?
oke city real estate will call and file ap?
plications with J. W. BOSWELL, agent,
110 1-2 Jefferson street.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONI". DAY.
Take Laxative ?romo QuinineTabh t.s.
All druggists refund the money R it f lil*
to cure. S3-.-. For Mile by Johnson .'>ohn
101 SALEM AVENUE.
Mf nrrrCf of ouh bale last week convinces cs that tjie people
julie),) will respond to our adve rtisement8, as tuet have
-confidence in what we say, and it is for this reason
and also kor the sake of honest dealing that we refrain from all
catch?penxy or sensational sayings or doings. wk im) not adver?
tise a few articles (that, 1*y the way, very few see or get) for al?
most nothing and do*you on other goods, but keep rkiht in the mid?
dle of the road and sell everything for less than others and your
money hack. on demand for anything you can' match as cheap
elsewhere. we repeat most of ocr last week's sale again this'
week. Some goods have been sold opt, hut we have added fresh
bargains, even netter than those of last week.
NEW MILLINERY STYLES.
Those who have waited
until after Kastor to se?
lect their Millinery have
lost nothing by so doing.
Daily ndditions of choice
creations anil the con?
stant selling going on
here keep the stock al?
ways new. fresh and ever
changing. We offer this
week a special line of
Trimmed Millinery, in
handsome eltects, from Ar- no
$2.48 to. $0.30
All Hats Trimmed Free by
$3.48 will give yon the choice ol
iv very handsome line of stylish
Trimmed Hats,in the newest color
nigs and shades, with Flowers,Rib?
bons,Chiffons and Ornameut Trim?
mings, that other places would
charge $3.50 for.
$11.48 will let > on choose from
an immense collection of Now
Trimmed Pattern Hats, with
Floivtrs, Foliage,Ribbons, Chiffons
and Ornaments, in all the leading
shapes; other places say they're
$3.98 will let you I elect from a
still liner assortment of New Pat?
tern Hats, in Parisian and London
styles, various shapes and beauti?
fully trimmed with Flowers, Foli?
age, Ribbons, Chiron and Orna?
ments, that are priced at'$5.00 at
$4.48 will let you have the pick of
a magnificent line of Pattern Hats,
in all the newest colors, trimmed
with Flowers, Foliage, Hibbens,
Chiffon and Ornaments?can't be
duplicated anywhere else under
$5.08 gives you the choice of
High-Class and very artistic styles
in New Pattern Hats, superbly
dimmed with Flowers, Foliage,
Ribbon, Chiffon and Ornaments?
the $7.50 styles shown at other
\ Remarkable Klbbon Purcliaie.
i-lnch wide Pure Silk Moire
Taffeta Ribbons, nil the
new spring colors, real val?
ue 45c. This weeks's spe?
One lot Double Face Black
and White Ribbon, former?
ly 25c and 35c, at.
One lot Fine Chaugeflble Taf?
feta Ribbon, 4 inches wide,
in Spring shades, ~ formerly nn
One lot Moire Taffeta Ribbon,
broken assortment of col- n~
ors, 1-inch, formerly "15c, at ZuC
FINE BLACK RIBBONS,
About II.ill Regular Prices.
Every piece pure silk and guar?
anteed to give satisfaction.
Fine Black Gros Grain Ribbons?
2 :\ 5 7 0 19
18c 10c 19c 22c 25c 2Sc
Extra Heavy Black SatlnRlbbona?
2 5 7 0 12 10
U!c 19c 22c 25c 28c
Black Double-Face Striped
Ribbons, I! 1-2 inch, at... .
4A inch, 25c.
Superior Double Face Black Satin
Ribbons, high lustre and extra
20c 33c 38c
Another great, value in our
All-silk TnfTuta Ribbons, 4
to 5 inches in width, plain
and cord edge, worth 3!)c a
500 yards Black Silk Belting,
regular price 25c, at.
100 dozen Children's Untrim
mcd Straw Hats, in all
kinds of shapes, plain and
combination colors, new
and latest effects. Each. .
200 dozen Women's and Mis?
ses' I'nt rimmed Short-back
Straw Sailor Hats, staple
colors, worth 75c. Each. .
Stylish Black I'm rimmed
Shape.-., with rough gimp
brims. Special price Ibis
Uutrimmed Hats, latest
shapes ? in Neapolitan
braids, with fancy edges.
Special price this week. ..
Short Back Sailors, in the
latest shinies of heliotrope,
green and black. Special
price this week.
Fancy Hough Straw Hats. ;n
red and violet.
Flue Milan and Fancy Straw
Walking Hats in all the nQ
English elici ts, at. 3?C
75 dozen Women's, Misses'
and Children's Imported
Leghorn Flats, an extra .?
?.rood quality; worth 08c., at a-?c
150 dozen choice quality Im?
ported Rose Bouquets,with
two lnrge, open roses, bud
?nd foliage, all good shade,
worth 25c Bunch.
75 dozen Imported Hoses in
natural effects and choice
colors, full, large clusters,
worth 20c. Bunch.
loo dozen select quality of
natu ml effects in bluet, in
full Clusters. Bunch.
Ten dozen Crushed Roses, in
all the leading colors, per
50 dozen Chrysanthemums in
beautiful shinies, large,full
clusters and nat oral effect,
worth 30c. Bunch.
Full-blown Hoses, with two
buds, foli.'igo and rubber
stems, will go per bunch at
Six large Daisies und six
Daisy Buds, with foliage
and rubber stems, this
week per bunch.
Six branches Lilacs, with
foliage; per bunch.
si\ sprigs of Llllies-of-the
Lit France Roses in hunches
Ol ? roses and 3 buds. Spe?
cial price, per hunch.
Cluster of Hoses, in all this
season's latest shades. Spe?
cial price this week.
Ten boxes of line Forget-Mc
Nots, in pink and blue,
regular 50c hunches.
Halt Price Leather Belts.
A tine lot of this senfcon's 25c. and
35c. Leather Belts. Special at
12 l-2c,consisting of the follow?
1 1-2-inch Seal Grain Black
Belts, with stitched bather
covered harness buckles and
black eyelets, were 25c: also
Tau, Brown and Black Seal
Morocco Belts in one inch,
wore 35c, all now... .
SUc LKATI1KH UKI.TS.
Special nt. 25c.
Fine Calf Skin Belts in all
colors, with fancy gilt and
oxidized harness buckles,
choice styles, were 50c.;
Real Morocco Belts, with
stitched leather harness
buckles, were 50c, all at. . Z?C
Fast-Black Hosiery Bargains,
30c Ointlltv Now lCc.
To reduce our stork of Ladles'
Black Hose we have made
one number of the usual ,r
25c. quality. IDC
Those are the celebrated H. B.
Fast Black, light weight, silk
finish.with spliced heels and toes.
We shall sell but one case at
this price. Sizes from 8 to 10.
Children's Hluok Ribbed Hm?
Double Knees?extra line quality
25c grade 15c, all sizes.
We shall offer a limited quan?
tity of Children's Bibbed
Hose, superfine quality and
light weight, all sizes, from
?I 1-2 to 0, at.
As this is exactly half price, we
shall stop the sale whenever our
su peril nous stock isjrold,
Without doubt the prettiest
cheapest line in the city. F
mother should see it.
Corded Caps of tine sheer
quality, double box-pleat
ruche anil lace top. touched
up with ribbon.
Large, Fine Poke Bonnets,
puffed crown, sides, back
and eape, and high, full
poke of handsome embroid?
Lawn Beauty Hats, full
crown, shirred brim of line
Misses' and Children's
NEW SPRING REEFERS.
Misses' and Children's
Reefers, sizes 0 to I I
years, in plain red and \
blue Venetian cloth, \
largo sailor collar, trim?
med with braid, a spec?
ial value nt.
Fine All Wool Reefers with
large sailor collar; Em?
pire effects, new sleeves,
neatly trimmed wilb
braid. Sold at $4.00; to
\ tot Salem