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The Greatest Shopping Centre in
Roanoke is Right Here in This
The great crowd of enthusiastic
shoppers who congregate
here six days in the week tells
a tale of price, attractive?
ness and quality-attractive?
ness that needs no words to
We enumerate a few of the
strong items just to get you
Im a Surprise.
Such a display of Hats, Bon?
nets, Flowers, Ribbons and
Laces was never before seen
in this section of the country.
We haven't the space to quote
prices, but will guarantee to
save you at least 25 per cent,
on your purchases by making
your selection of us.
To-day the sun shines, hut how do we
know, it may ruin to-morrow? Bo
prepare yourself with an Umbrella,
and when you read the prices you
cannot refrain from buying here.
200 Twilled Gloria Silk, Paragon frame,
steel rods Umbrella, at 80c.
200 Twilled Gloria Silk, cf better quality,
with steel lod and rubber celluloid
and horn handles, ?1.01).
These two numbers are sold elsewhere at
|1.25 and ?1.50.
Shirt Waist" for the fat, the lean, the
young and the old.
UK) dozen to select from. It is a conceded
faet that this is goiutr to be a big
Shirt Waist season, aud our buyer has
bought accordingly at prices that will
enable us tD sell at 25c, 50e, 75e, ?1,
?1.50 and up.
In connection with the Shirt Waists we
have laid *n an immense assortment
of Belts of every description, from
15c up. Also a big line of Shirt
Waist sets from 15c up.
Wo anticipated a bie Wash Goodn season
and bought accordingly, but the de?
mand has been so great that we were
compelled to replenish our stock.
Will offer ior this weok:;
100 pieces Figured and Striped Dimities,
Oc, WuUld be cheap at 10c.
50 pieces Figured .Lace Str'pes, at Gc,
good value at 12 l-2c.
The balance of.our Wash Goods sold at
greatly reduced prices.
Utlca 8-4 Bleached Sheeting, 18c.
Utlca 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 20c.
Utica 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, 221-2c
Good quality 84 Unbleached Sheetinc,
Good quality 0-4 Unbleached Sheeting,
Good quality 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting.
Good Sea Island uublcached -1-4 Cotton,
26 Salem Ave
Olebratort tor its great IcaveLlrjR strength and
Ueal'.blalDM*?. Assures the rood against alum
and all forma or acultt ration common to cheap
Koyal 11AKIN? Powdib Co., New York.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
Use INDIAN ROCK LIME. It is tho
best. J. H. WILKINSON.
EASY ON POOR PEOPLE.
AND OUR SHOES lire easy on tender
feet. Come to me when you want ?hoes
and be satisfied with your purchase.
Goods boutrht from me are never the
cause of a kick. BACHRACI1, Salem
avenue and Jefferson street; two stores.
Wo have recently purchased at a ''sacr?
ifice sale" a big line of bed room suites,
which wu are selling at prices that can?
not be equaled by our competitors. Don't
buy uutil you have seen them.
OY 10 KST K K ET & THURMAN,
No. 20 West Campbell avenue.
A FALSE STATEMENT.
A gentleman went into a grocery store
yesterday and called for a barrel of
PILLSB?RY'S BEBT. The grocer says:
"Wo have it." The gentleman says:
"Show mo the barrel; I want to see the
brand." Tho grocei nays: "It is not
branded PILLSBURY'S BEST, but it is
the same flour." Tito gentleman says:
"I don't want it: it is not branded 'Pills
As agents of Pillsbury's Best, we de
siret to inform the public that PILLS?
BURY'S BEST is not branded anything
else. That grocer was statiug a false?
hood and trying to put off something
cheaper, representing it as PILLS?
HAWKINS 8s FIELDING, Agents.
If you wish to purchase a handsome
dinner, (en or toilet set, gire us a call be?
fore plaeing your order. The E. H. Stew?
art Furniture Company.
MAKING HEADY FOR CHANGES.
The telegraph tables have been moved
into tho baggage room at the Union depot
and it is generally understood that the
present haguage agent will be dispensed
with and tho telegraph operators will be
required to attend to the baggage in con?
nection with their other duties.
A conference of the Methodist minis- !
ters of the city was"held in the room of
Rev. J. C Jones at the Ponce de Leon
yesterday morning. Revs. T. E. Carson,
G. T. D. Collins, J. C. Jones, W. M.
Hedges and W. D. Keene were present.
The reports of the ministers of the
different charges were very encouraging
aud showed progress in all th?? churches.
Rev. J. C. Jones was'elected president
and W. D. Keene secretary, to serve dur?
ing the ensuing year. It is the purpose
of this conference to meet once a mouth
to interchange ideas relative to the ad?
vancement of their charges and to other?
wise assist eacli other in the work.
25c. and 50c. knives at VanLear Bros.
j Y. P. C. U.
Notwithstanding the rain on Sunday
night the United Brethren Church on
Franklin road was crowded with eager
listeners at S p. m. to witness the cele?
bration of the seventh anniversary of the
organization of the Y. P. C. U. of the
United Brethren Church by the youmr
people of the United Brethren Church in
Roanoke. The exercises opened by the
choir and the young people '.singing the
Doxology and the pastor, Rev. S. L. Rice,
led in prayer. The programme consisted
of religious songs, essays, declamations
and statistical expositions. The records
given showed that the organization of
young people had grown in seven years
from a mere organization to 72,'500 mem?
bers. All participants acquitted them?
selves admirably and the .church may feel
proud of its young people and the prom?
ising talent they exhibited on this occa?
CHANGES ON THE N. AND W.
The oflice of station master at the
Union depot has been abolished. Cap?
tain W. R. Boh/., heretofore station mas?
ter, lias been appointed special officer at
thedepot.superseding George W.Leftwich
in that position. Mr. Leftwich has been
special policeman at the depot for eight
or ten years, having at the solicitation of
the railroad given up his position on the
police force of the city. Several colored
employes hrtve been discharged.?Lynch
THE NOONDAY PRAYER .MEETNO.
The meeting yesterday was led by Rev.
Wm. Lunsford who lately gave up Iiis
profession as a lawyer to enter the'eause
of the ministry and who has a charge at
Vinton. His talk was based upon the teach?
ing of the Saviour in the "parables of the
fonrth chapter of Mark. Rev. R. C. An?
derson was also present and gave a talk
and brought out some beautiful lessons.
He also expressed his appreciation ol be?
ing able to be in the meeting. These
meetings are very helpful and enjoyable.
Secretary H. A. Meacham will lead to-dav
and the lesson will be the fifth chapter of
Try Alpha Portland Cement. Every
barrel guaranteed. J. H. WILKINSON.
LIVING ON SHAVINGS.
These are truly dull times?hard to
make n living; but what .would you think
ofa mau?a real, live man?an active
progressive business man?a civilized
American?a practical business mau?
living on shavings? Well, such is the
faet.and the Roanoke Shoe Company peo?
ple ate the men who are doing it aud
who can tell you how It is done; so you
can do, and huvo pie on the table every
day, too. See their ad. on the seventh
page of The Times this morning.
SERVICES TO NIGHT.
Services will be held this evening at 8
o'clock at the Christian ^Mission Alliance
in the Dunkard Church on Salem uvenue.
Christians of every denomination who feel
the least interest in the welfare of im?
mortal souls are invited most cordially to
join in these services, which will be of an
YELLOW KIDS WIN.
St. Clair Rros. Yellow Kids defeated
the Northenst Stars yesterday afternoon
by a scon- of 11 to 2. Batteries: Hopkins
and Stiff; Trout and Glass. The feature
of the game was the pitching of Hopkins,
who is said to be an invincible Kid.
Strawbeny sherbet at VanLear Bros.'
DEATH OF MRS. AMMEN.
Mrs. Hester Ann Ammeu died at her
late residence at 1110 Patterson avenue
Sunday morning at 5 o'clock of a compli?
cation of diseases. Mrs. Ammen was in
her 77th year aud had been ill for some
time. Sho leaves three chldren, G. W.,
D. K. and Miss Mattie. Her husband,
Daniel Animen, died severtil years ngo.
The funeral ceremony will take place
from the residence this morning at 11
o'clock and will be conducted by Rev. W.
C. Campbell, of tho First Presbyterian
Church, and the burial will be in the City
THE GUARICO ^11 XING COMPANY.
Col. J. II. Dunstan. ex-mayor of this
city, arriveil here Sunday evening from
Washington and left last night for the
National Capitol on the 10:30 Shenandonn
Valley train. The object of Col. Dun
stan's visit was to attend a meeting ol
the stockholders of tho Guarico Miuing
Company, which has been engaged in de?
veloping a gold mine of that name in the
United States of Colombia, South Amer?
ica. The meeting last night was held to
make arrangements for increasing the
number of men at work in the mines with
a view of further and more extensive de
velopmentof the property,which promises
to prove exceedingly valuable. Col. Dun
stan's son, Harry, has been ut the mines
for the past year following up new leads
with a forco of native laborers, and some
of the specimens sent to his father at
Washington in the past six months have
on analysis proven to b) very rich in gold.
As soon as all the arrangements have
been completed Col. Dunstan will leave
for South America and ,pro.secute the ?
work at the mines with renewed energy
and a large increase of men and machin?
ery. The Guarico mines are in the
Western Cordilleras of tho An^fcs Moun?
tains, about 100 miles from Znrogossu. on
the Magtlolena river. They were worked
by the Spaniards when they held posses?
sion of the country aud are said to be very
rich. Most of tho stock of the mining
company is owned in Washidgtcd, but
several gentlemen in this city are Inter?
ested in the enterprise. As the company
was chartered In RoanoKC important
meetings of the stockholders are held
Our New Hats.
We've two.*)!: three sew
things ii' (hu bi.eeve ix
straws, an ii if you're wish
you'll visit us.
Wr'vk all kinds ami col?
ors?for rig roys ami little
roys, old roys ami YOUXtS
G1LKESON & TAYLOR.
Win. McCauley was yesterday appoint?
ed clerk of the United States district and
circuit courts for the Western district
nt Lynchburg. Mr. McCauley was for
twenty-six rears clerk of the county and
circuit courts of Roanoke. county and his
appointment is a source of great pleasure
to his many friends. The appointment
was made by .lodges GofT, Slmonton and
(JONE TO A HOSPITAL.
.lohn M. Catogni left yesterday for
New York city, where he will enter the
hospital of a celebrated specialist there for
treatment, and has been given bright
hope of returning home fully recovered.
He was accompanied by his mother, his
sister, Miss Flora, and his niece, Miss
R. II. Sublett, a motorman for the Hoa
noke Street Railway Company, had his
right hand Beverly burned Sunday even?
ing. He was trying to cutout the heater
tinder the seat and his hand came in con?
tact with one of the live wires. The burn
was very painful as well as very severe,
extending over the buck of his whole
I LONG TELEPHONE POLES.
The Interstate Telephone and Telegraph
I Company were engaged yesterday in
! erecting poles on .Telferson street at the
j Terry building and on the corner of
Jefferson and Railroad avenue. The ones
they were erecting yesterday were from
05 to 72 feet long and Superintendent
Lowe says they have some longer ones
than these to erect bet ween the Terry
building aud the railroad.
Just received a large line of enamel
beds that we are offering at rock-bottom
prices. The E. H. Btewart Furniture
May number of Munsey now in nt
Jack's news stand. This is a beautiful
edition and you had .better call early for
We Recommend "VanLear's" Headache Powders!
-Because we believe they arc safest to ose nnd givo general satisfaction. Tliey
-do not cure all headaches. We know no medicine that will and permit you to
-live. The;price is 10c package, four powders, and your money hack Jf yon
-want it? hut you won't.
Prescriptions Filiert Only by Gnulnates In Pharmacy.'
Van Lear Brothers,
Cor. ?alein Avo auJ .Jeff. St.
I am informed that certain paid agents
ot a rival telephone company ure wilfully
nnd maliciously misrepresenting to'.the
business men of Roanokej V?., nnd of
Salem, Ya., and trying to create the im?
pression among them that the Interstate
Telephone and Telegraph Company is not
solvent, nor responsible for its contracts.
The motive for such misrepresentations
can be easily understood by any ordinary
I have notified the agents of said rival
telephone company that if they persist
further in the course they have heretofore
pursued, The Interstate Telephone and
Telegraph Company will be under the
necessity, under tho advice of our coun?
sel, of instituting legal proceedings to
stop such malicious and unjustifiable con
duet on their part. They must under?
stand, or will be taught, that defamation
and wUful misrepresentations of the bus?
iness nnd financial standing ol a business
rival is not such legitimate warfare in
business as the law will tolerate. I would,
therefore, he thankful to the business
men of Roanoke and Salem for any in?
formation along this line which will en?
able mo to fully inform myself as to such
slanderous reports in the future, and to
protect my company against any possible
injurious results arising therefrom.
The well-known character and financial
reputation, both In Frederick, Md., nnd
Durham, X. C, of tho gentlemen who
own the stock of .the Intcr-Stnte Telephonu
and Telegraph Company ought to be
sufficient guarantee of the character of
the company to those having dealings
witli it, and ns to the business methods
and efficiency .of tho service which the In?
terstate Telephone and Telegraph Com?
pany ?'enders its patrons, I need only re?
fer to the patrons of our exchanges in
Frederick, Md., Charlottesville.Ya.. Dur?
ham, Winston, Goldsboro, North Caro
Una and elsewhere. Let the efficiency of
our work and improved services 10 the
public at lower rates constitute our best
argument, anil we can bid defiance to the
malice and misrepresentations of a com?
peting business rival.
EDGAR L. MILLER,
General Manager Inter-State Telephone
and Telegraph Company.
LOBT.?On Sunday morning between
Commonwealth avenue n. e. aud First ]
Daptist Church a $5 note. Liberal re?
ward if returned to MRS. HARRIET
DIUGUID, 213 Third street n. e.
GONE TO RICHMOND.
Superintendent of the public schools,
B. Rust, left on the afternoon train yes?
terday for Richmond to attend the an?
nual meeting of the Virginia school
superintendents, which convenes in that
city to-day. Several prominent speakers
will be present and an especially interest?
ing meeting is promised.
TO THE CONVENTION".
Rev. T. J. Shipmnn left yesterday for
South Boston, where he wHl speed a few
days with Ids mother at that place, who
is right ill, anil from therft he will go to
Wilmington. N. C, to attend the annual
meetiug of the Baptist convention.
BROWNIES WIN AGAIN.
The Roanoke Brownie.' defeated the
Red Oaks yesterday afternoon by a score
of IT to 16. Batteries: Possiil and Booth:
Miller and Leslie.
Andrew Hutmacher.a shoemaker, void?
ing at 700 Third avenue n. e., died at his
late residence Sunday at about 12 o'clock
at the advanced age of 68 years.||The fun?
eral will he conducted from &t. Andrew's
Church this morning at 8 o'clock and the
remains will he interred in the cemetery
at the church.
LI TTLE OUT OF SEASON.
A man on the street yesterday arrayed
in a new spring suit, straw hat, light van
shoes and a heavy winter overcoat created
considerable comment as he wended his
way down Salem aveuue, but excused
himself by saying that the season had ar?
rived for spring clothes whether the
weather had or not.
Court wits in session a short time yes?
terday morning to hear an appeal from
the hustings court on the question ot
granting Gallagher Bros, a license to sell
i liquor. The court, sustained the lower
court and granted the license.
r One s?l) Crescent l'.icy
tP^w, cles, with the famous Dun
0 jfi ^ lop clincher tire is taking the
/ .foflH^fcwT' "unt 1 >' by storm. Secoml
SK'T&TXij^'' 1: ' vvheels from s;:. up,
f yl Wheels for rent.
\_}\/y ROANOKE CYCLEJCO.,
los Salem Avenue s. w.
Dog tax for 1807 is now due. The or?
dinance relative to fines for keeping a
dog without the necessary tax will be
strictlv enforced Call and settle.
J. i\ COON, Collector
WHALE OIL SOAP.
At Johnson Ar Johnson's Drug Store.
A sure remedy for destroying insects on
t all kinds of dowers.
DR. JOHN D. SCOTT, M. 1).. and 1).
I>. S., Roanoke city, Ya., corner of Third
street and Third avenue n. e., No. 101,
will practice for all those who are pleased
id give him their patronage. Ofllce hours
from 8 to 12 a. m. and trom 1 to fi p in.
The new drink. Cinchc-Coca Johnson
Breakfast, 25 cents: dinner, 25 cents:
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4, lam
using Armour's Chicago meats, which
are the best. J. J. CatOgni's restaurant.
THERE is NOTHING SO GOOD.
There is nothing just as good as Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, so demand it and do
not permit the dealer to sell you some
substitute. He will not claim there is
anything better, but in order to make
more profit he may claim something else
' to be just as good. You want Dr. King's
; New Discovery because you know it to lie
safe and reliable and guaranteed to do
good or money refunded* JFor Coughs,
Colds, Consumption and for all affections
ol Throat, Chest and Lungs there is noth?
ing so good as is Dr. King'.-. New Discov?
ery. Trial bottles free at Massie's Phar?
macy, 100 Jefferson street.
Regular size 50 cents and $1.00.
Malaga (trapes and California Pears.
?T. J. Catogni.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Fnrtles desiring to borrow money In
small loans ranging from $000 to $600
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company on Improved Roan?
oke city real estate will call and file ap?
plications with J. W. B?SWELL, agent,
110 12 Jefferson street.
lOl SALEM AVENUE.
CTIWUEDC I yks< tnk absurdly low pricks which we're making oh
JIUIihED)' goods these days ahe "stunners" to alu other MlL
-lin ery houses?an o they'll prove stim. more surpris?
ing to you on seeing the choiceness ok the goods in quality and the
\ttracti v en ess op the style ok each thing mentioned. and why is
it? Because we never try any ok those extortion schemes okovkr
ciiaroikg you at the beginning op the season, wk "undersell" the
year around an i) outsell every other house in roanoke.
VERY PLEASING STYLES.
We couldn't have such a, great
Millinery trade if we didn't deserve
it by offering the very prettiest
huts in town at the least possible
"JO QQ Is the extremely popular
v?o>ou price at which you'll lind
the New Panamas (Mower and lace
trimmed), the Rough and Plain
Straws and Fahcy-raarfe Rats, nil
stylishly trimmed to equal the $10
hats at other stores a
Bonnets for middle-aged Indies.
Children's Hats, trimmed
beautifully, in all styles, a. qq
$2.25 and $3.
Among the Untrimmed Hats.
Such a stock? such variety at
such prices cannot be
shown by any other houso
in the city. No wonder
those six counters are al?
ways crowded. All this
season's latest shapes and
colors at from Up t0$3.50
SPECIALS F?rThIS WEEK:
We offer 500 ladies' and
children's Ktraw Hats, in
black and colors?reirular 35c
500 Leghorn Flats, high
and low crowned, with or
W Ithout lace straw edge,
worth $1, at.
Untrimmed fancy straw
shapes in fifteen different
styles?blacks, browns, but?
ter, navy, green.
Usually $1 and $1.25.
English Walking Hats, the a. qq
$1.75 kind at. ol.OO
Short Back Sailors, in the
' latest shades of heliotrope,
i green and red, usually 80c
aud $1.30; Special
1 price this week .
i Fancy Rough Straw Hats, in
( red and violet. ."V..
Fine Milan ami Fancy Straw
' Walking Hats in all the
English effecta, at.
dozen Women's, Misses'
and Children's Imported
Leghorn Flats, an extra
Children's Hats,Bonnets,Caps j
nt.UAr?n> ]),,,,,,,.1-u an A TT??-.?- ?
Children' Bonnets and Hats;
everything that is pretty and de?
sirable will be found in this de?
Children's Fine White
Lawn Caps with embroid?
ered capes and ribbon
trimmings, no.better sold
nt 75c, only.
Children's Poke Bonnets, all
over embroidered, and
nieely made. Made to sell
at $1.25; our prire this
Children's Summer Caps,
patterns, made to sell at
Lawn Caps, with embroider?
ed capes and ribbon trim?
mings, worth 50c. at.
Fine Corded or Embroidered
Caps, worth 00c, at.
Silk Pokes, lace edge
Silk and Lawn Hats, at
Children's long aud
snort White Cash?
mere and Silk
more aim -llKfin i An
Coats, irom.3?G TO 5>"
IN ALL SIZES.
new spring reefers.
Misses' and Children's line
All Wool Reefers with
large sailor collar; Em?
pire effects, now sleeves,
neatly trimmed with
braid. Sold at $-1.00; to
When we offer a bargain in laces
it is always a good bargain?these
two bargains are no excep.'.ion to
Hltuk Silk Laces, 4 to 7
inches wide, regular price
75c to $1.25 a yard, t his
Black Silk Laces, 3 to 7
inches wide, regular price
45c to C9ca yard,this week
We also have a full line of cream
and white silk laces at the lowest
Leghorn rials, an extra an
irood quality; worth 03c., at H-?C
We have the larges*. assortment of
straw braids in every combina?
tion and coloring from 1 1-2 Inch
to 5 inches wide?exclusive nov?
elties of our own importation
from.Be to $2.25
Immense assortment of
high grade trimmed
Sailor Hats including the
very latest novoitie-",
solid and combination
colors, from 25c to.
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests.
One case of these will
be'offered this week,
a vest that retails
reiruhirly at 121 2c,
3 for 25c
Out- stock of Flowers are beyond
all description- -prett ier, richer anil
liner, and at half the price
15 dozen Imported Roses in
natural effects aud choice
colors, full, large clusters,
worth 29c. 1 lunch.
1(11? dozen selec t quality of
natural effects in bluet, in
full clusters. Bunch.
Ten dozen Crushed Roses, in
all the leading colors, per
50 dozen Chrysanthemums in
beautiful shades, large.full
clusters and natural effect,
worth 80c. Hunch.
F ill blown Hoses, with two
buds, foliage and rubber
steins, will go per bunch at
Six large Daisies and six
Daisy Buds, with foliage
and rubber stems, this
week per bunch.i
Six branches Lilacs, with
foliage: per bunch.
Si\ sprius of Llllles-of-tho
Li France Roses in bunches
ol*3 roses and 3 buds. Spe?
cial price, per bunch.
Cluster of Roses, in all this
season's latest shades. Spe?
cial price this week.
Ten boxes of tine Forget-Me
Nots, in pink and blue,
regular 50c bunches.
Violets, two dozen. line leaves,
everywhere else 2fic a bunch
Hoses, two full blown, two
half blown and two buds,
all colors, worth 50c.
We/Trlm Hats Free of Charge if You
Buy Your Material of Us.
Extraordinary Ribbon Sale.
A special line of the finest
striped Taffetas, Gauzes,
etc. Regular price of
which is 38c to 50c. at....
Exquisite Fancy . Ribbons,
this season's latest pat?
terns, finest silk.- newest
designs, Regular 25c to
38c goods, marked .
A large collection of exqui?
site Taffettli ribbons,
changeable and plain
effects, 5 Inches wide, at
5-inch wide Pure Silk Moire
Taffeta Hibbens, all the
new spring colors; real val?
ue 45c. This weeks's spe?
OiiCj'lot Double Face Black
and White Ribbon, former?
ly 25c and 35c, at.
One lot Fine Changeable Taf?
feta Ribbon, -I inches wide,
in Spring shades, formerlv
One lot Moire Taffeta Ribbon,
broken assortment of col- nn
ors,4-inch, formerly 35c, at ZUC
fine black ribbons,
Ali.mi Mult m?>i;tilar Trices.
Superior Double-Face Black Satin
Ribbons, high lustre and extra
22 30 40 50 ?0
SUi- I.K AT 51 10 It It* I. I S
Special at 88c.
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. .
20c 25c 20a 33c 38c
500 yards Black Silk Belting,
regular price 25c, at.
Grand "Values in Tailor-Made
Black Figured Mohair Skirts
rustle lined and velvet
bound, worth $1.50, special qq
Lad lee' Figured Mohair
Dress Skirt-, large varie?
ty of choice patterns, all
lined and velvet hound,
at a special price.
New Black and White
Checks, also Fancy Tuft?
ed Novelty Skirts, In the
new colors ol Green]
Brown, new Blue and all
the latest illuminated
colorings; worth $;i.50,
Grand Bargains in Tailor
Fine All Wool Fancy Cloth
Suits, made in latest
and rustle perealine-lined
skirt, worth $5.50, spe?
Mail orders for anything in this advertisement will receive care
t> ful attention. In order to insure prompt delivery, money must accom?
pany the order, including postage.
M INDORSKY, \