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WE WILL OFFER THIS
WEEK SOME UNPRE?
AND AS THE QUAN?
TITY IS LIMITED CALL
EARLY AND SELECT
LOT 1.? Five pieces All
Silk Grenadines, in colored
und plain stripes ; former price
$1 per yard; will offer same
this week at 50c.
LOT 2.? Five pieces Silk
Figured Grenadine; former
price 50c; will close out the lot
for this week at 25c.
LOT 3.?Our 25c and 35c
Figured Silks, just the thing
for Waists, will close out this
week at 15c.
LOT 4.?Our 50c Figured
Japanese, ? ??? ?Silk, all dark
ground; will cut in half and
offer them at 25c.
The new assortment of Fig?
ured Or^itfewies received last
week went with a rush and,
consequently,, had to order
Just received, twenty pieces,
all beautiful designs, line and
sheer, worth 18c; will offer
them at 12?e.
Also, fifteen pieces Organ?
dies, sold elsewhere at 15c; you
can <ret them from us at 10c.
Plain' aifd'; figured Cotton
Etamines; just, the thing for
sepanite skirts, at 10c.
Yard-wide Percale, all pretty
patterns; they are the 10c kind;
we only ask 8c.
Best quality Black and Col?
ored Crepons, worth 15c; our
price only 12 Ac
Fine Colored Dimities, fast
colors, at 12.jc.
Five .dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to L9c.
Five dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to 3 He.
Five dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to 59c.
Five dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to 79c.
Five dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to $1.15.
Reductions in our Millinery
Department excel anything
ever heard of.
25 Trimmed Hats, including
20 Trimmed Hats, with all
silk ribbons and fine flowers,
all the latest shapes, $1.50. '
nl5 Extra Fine Trimmed
Hats, former price, $3.50 to $5,
will close at $2.50.
8. Extra Fine Pattern Hats,
ranging in price from $6.50
to $9, will close them out at $4.
26 Salem Aye.
Calibrated for Its (treat Fcaiet.ln); atronfth nud
hoalthrulnres. araniue the jcotl agalnet alum
?od all iui me of auuiurailon common to cheap
Hoy a i. Bakixo Powdib Co., New York.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
If your horses are ' lame and you find
that no one else is able to [make them t;o
straight, take them around to J. S.
SHANER, 5107 Salem avenue, and he
GUARANTEES to make-them go all
right. No doubt about this, hu is the man
to fix your horses up O. K. This "old
reputation" is played out. Work tells
Virginia Carringe Co's prices for paint?
ing singlo buggies range from $6 to $1~>.
All other repair work equally as low.
INDIAN ROCK EIME is the best. Try
it. J. II. WILKINSON, 102 Third fctreet
s. w. 'Phone 210.
You'll still find your size among the
two hundred and fourteen drummer's
sample suits, providing yotrll bo quick
about it. R. SCHILLER, the Clothier,
Furnisher and Hatter.
We are going to make you enjoy
yourself whether you want to or
not. Odd Fellows Excursion Wed?
nesday morning, $3.50.
A LAWN PARTY.
The ladies of the Fourth Avenue Chris?
tian Church will bo glad to see all friends
and others at a lawn party to be given to?
night at the residence of L. H. Yaughan,
No. 308 John streets, w. Come nud enjoy
a xdeasant evening.
THE WORK BEGUN.
Work was commenced yesterday morn?
ing on tlx? new building for the dry goods
firmjjof Hetronlmus ?.t Hrugh. to he erect?
ed on the corner of Campbell avenue and
MORE RAILWAY RUMORS.
It was current on tho 'street yesterday
that R. II. Soule, superintendent of mo?
tive power of !the. Norfolk and Western
railway, and II. A. GilMs, division mas?
ter mechanic, had resigned, and that
Mr. W. H. Lewis, of the C, B. and
and N. railroHtl. has keen appointed
In their stead and both p:>sitions would
be consolidated in one. A Times reporter
called on Vice President J. M. Harr for a
denial or affirmation of the reports, bat
was Inf or tied that he had nothing for
publication and would *uot make the an?
nouncement before the order hnd been
officially made. It is definitely;known
that Mr. G?lls has sent in his resignation
and it is generally believed that Mr. Soule
has also, hut It could not be confirmed.
In case. Mr. Soule should leave Rosnoke
it will be a matter of general regret to
Iii? many Irlends. He has been iu ' Roa
noke for about four years nnd is regarded
by every one as a splendid gentleman in
every respect It was also reported that
C. S. Churchill had resigned, but this i
could not be affirmed. There lias been
nothing officially announced as yet and
until such an announcement is made it
will be impossible to get accurate infor?
A GLANCE at VanLear Ems.' ml. at
the bottom of this page may save you
The ladies' society of the Hrotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen will bold a lawn
party ou eoruer Second avenue and
Twelfth street'n. w., ou Tuesday and
Wednesday nights, June 22 and
WILL MEET TO-NIGHT.
All the committees on Fourth of July
celebration are requested to meet
promptly at 8 o'clock "this evening /it the
courthouse. Important business to he
The Norfolk and Western railwnr wil'
issue excursion tickets at one fare lor the
round trip'between all stations ou the
Hue for the Fourth of July. Tickets
will be ou sale July 8, 4 and 5, good for
return passage up to nnd including July
G. Rend their ad. on the third page.
The powers that he have issue'1 an or?
der cutting off the ice supply at the Nor?
folk and Western freight depot. The nu?
merous clerks in that sweltering ranch
yesterday were wandering aimlessly
about with their tongues hanging out
and thinking n lot of thinks that would
look decidedly ugly in print.
TAKE ADVANTAGE of THE OP?
And have your eyes tested free of
charge by a man who makes this work a
constant study. R? member the date is
from June 21 to 2(5. VanLear Bros, drug?
Why don't you go to Ronavitn, next to
Roanoke Cycle Company, for a glass of
his sherbet. Only cost you five cents.
a big Washout. r~.
No. 0 Saturday and Sunday nights was
delayed over four hours by a washout on
the road near Meadow View. The heavy
rains of Saturday evening washed out
the track for.ttlxmt twenty-five yard8,buc
it was soon replaced and trains could bo
moreil. On Sunday eveltur about 5
o'clock another heavy rain washed out
tbe track at the same place.
Saturday night some one eutered the
general merchandise store of C. L. Saul
& Co., corner cf Jefferson street and
Church nver.ue, through auunironed win?
dow, on the south aide of the building.
The windows had been slatted over and
an entrance was effected by prising off
some of the slats and removing the sash.
The cash drawer was 'broken open, but
only fifty cents was secured, as Mr. Saul"
had removed all his money before going
home Saturday night except 'some small
change. Some small articles of merchan?
dise were missinz, but the extent of the
theft is unknown. There is no clue to
DIASTATIC MALT .is what is needed
to brace you up during this heated term.
15 cents bottle, $1.50 per dozeu. Van Lear
Bros., sole agents.
CAPT. HAWKS REINSTATED. r~
Capt. P. H. Hawks, who was for many
years passenger conductor on the Norfolk
and Western railway, hut was reduced
and has for the last few years been con?
ductor ou a freight train, has been rein?
stated as passenger conductor from Roa
noko to Norfolk. Capt. Hawks has the
congratulations of his many ^friends on
his merited advancement.
IN THE COURTS. \".
Hustings court was only In session a
short while yesterday. The ouly bnsiuess
transacted was granting naturalization
papers to Aaron McClellun.
Justice Wood had quite a number of
offenders before him in the police court
on various charges. Lee^Tyree, colored,
who was arrested Saturday ?on a charge
of stealing a watch from C. C. Good, was
fined $15 nod given sixty days iu jail.
Mrs. Rcse was fined $5 for disorderly
Ella Hunt, colored, charged with petit
larceny, was fined if 10.
Frank Bonner, charged with selling
cigars on Sunday, was continued. *
A number of minor cases of unimport?
ant character were disposed of.
RETURNING FROM A BRIDAL, TOUR
W. T.' Dickey and bride, of Marion,
Va., were in the city yesterday returning
from a bridal tour to Norfolk and other
points North and East.
ENR?UTE TO NASHVILLE.
Monticello Guards, Company D.. Third
Regiment of Virginia Infantry, of Char
lottesville, passed throngn the city yes?
terday evening en route to the centennial
at Nashville. They were iu a special car
and were the guests of Capt. . Mallory,
the first captain of Monticello Gourds.
They were out for a goo,; time aad were
Take a bath at Ocean View, tor
25 cents, suit included. The fin?
est on earth. The Odd Fellows
excursion will enable you to get
Suuday morning when Mr. West, who
is barkeeper for J. W. Payne on Nelson
street, arose and went down stairs, he
noticed one of the doors opening into the
alley was unfastened. Ho no once sus?
pected robbery and an examination re?
sulted in him discovering that a revolver,
two watches and abont $1 in cash was
missing. Heat once ?uspected a man
named McArthur; so going to McArthur's
room he found htm asleep and all the
stolen property in a drawer. Mc Arthur
was arrested And yesterday morning had
a hearing in the police court, which re?
sulted in his being sent on to the grand
jury for indictment. Mc Arthur acknowl?
edged the theft. Said he was drunk,
walked in'o the bar and laid down on
some sacks that were in a closet. He fell
asleep and did not Know how long he re?
mained there, hut when he awoke; no one
was around so he got up and went to bed.
He did not. know how the money etc.,
happened to come into Iii? possession.
**R. L. I. Band at Crystal Spring Th?r.?.,
Fri. anil Sud. nights.
BARGAIN DAY NoTiT^S
The Palais Royal will give the ladies of
Roanoke another treat to-day in the way
of ribbons. Many customers came too
lato yesterday to get the cream of the
brrgains in hat.s. Better go early to day.
Cheapest rihous ever before offered here.
Take a -'KODAK"
Pi ices $5 to $15.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
10.S Salem Avenue S. \V.
King of the South smoKing tobacco is
made from the best two year-old Virginia
and Noith Carolina leaf, mild and sweet.
V1OLET FOOT LOT ION.
Cures dampness and perspiring of the
feet. Sold by Sam Stone. Price 50c per
Wjfi MEAN WHAT WE SAY.
For the next twenty days we are going
to sell at and below cost for cash. Now
is your time to get the greatest bargains
of vonr life. Come early to 125 Salem
avenue and !tt) Campbell avenue' and see
Trustee of J. Donaldson.
FREE?A copy of Munsoy, the Purl'
tau.or Lidies' Home Journal wll' he given
ftee each month to paid in advance call
subscribers of the Washington Post, New
York World, New York Jo irnal or Her?
ald, providing the Sunday issues are also
taken. Jack's news depot.
Test Your Own Eyes!
Unless you can easily read the small type In the centre of this
space, holding the paper about 14 Inches from the ey.'s, you need
a pair of glasses. a ._
We fH eye? f re? and gjvo you ? i air of 11? finest
lehren In the world. In a t>-u stantUl ntcktl frame.
!or oae nollar?and throw tn a <? P-. P< oole have
Viecn accnatomed to t-aylng t'2 aid upwirda tor
'en?-* r.ot <=o Kood.
"Preacrlptlons Killed Only by Ornilnntc* In Pharmacy."
J Cor. jj?(eEa Aw Aai Jcfl. 3U
MARRIAGE TO MORROW.
Cards are out announcing the marriage
of Mr. T. B. Crouch and Miss Alma M.
Staley, which will take place to-morrow
evening at 0 o'clock at the residence of
the.bride's taunt. Mrs. '.E. C. Haynes, at
512 Salem avenue w.
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED.
Marriage licenses were issued yesterday
from the chrk's office to Mr. Wm. Mere?
dith and Miss Marion Baunders. also to
Mr. Wm. C. Saunders and Miss Tlllie
Luusfoid. The double wedding of these
very popular young people wil' take
place at Calvary Baptise Church to-night
R. L. I. Baud at Crystal Spring Th?rs.,
Fri. und Sat. nights.
ATTENTION, ~r7m7~W. GUARDS.
All members of the Roanoko Machine
Works Guards will assemble at their ar?
mory to-night for the purpose of having
measures taken for duck pants.
It. F. TAYLOR, Captain.
Sixteen people ate dinner at the Gilt
Edge yesterday, hut 26 ate supper there
laet night. Good clean service is the
WHY ASK YOUR FRIENDS to go
security for you when you can get a cor?
poration to do it by paying a small sum.
The Fidelity nud Deposit Company
charges very little for this. See their
agents, CHAS. LUNBFORD & SON,
Commeclal Bank building (first floor).
Lenders in fire insurance.
a Three more students enrolled at the
Business College Monday morning. The
number bus now run to 182 for the year.
Four desirable lots in Belmont Addi?
tion, $50 each. See
PACE Sc BOBBITT.
PUBLIC SALE OF ; HOUSEHOLD
I will on Tuesday, June 20, offer tor
sale at public aucitiou at my resideuce,
(500 West Salem avonue, all of my house?
hold goods,consisting of one Beatty Grand
piano, one Estey organ, elegant suit of
plush parlor furniture, several sets of
extra good oak and walnut bedroom
suits, carpets, etc., also a full and com?
plete supply of kitchen furniture and
fixtures. The entire outfit will be sold
without reserve, as the family expects to
leave the city. Sale will begin at 1?
o'clock. MRS. E. BODY,
00G West Salem avenue.
Juo. P. Goggin, Auctioneer.
Try the new brand of smoking tobacco,
King of the South, the best on the mar?
ket, put up in a fauCy patent two-ounce
All persons using weights nr measures
in tl e city of Roanoke.for the purpose of
buying or se'ling, are hereby notified to
bring the same to 1102 Commerce street
and have them sealed according to law.
H. P. ROBERTS,
Sealer of Weights and Measures.
WE guarantee every barrel of Alpha
Portland Cement. When you buv it von
run no risk. J. H. WILKINSON, J02
Third street s. w. 'Phone 210.
Comfort combined in on: Negligee
Siums. They're made of
the most fashionable
SlMtlNG fabrics, axi) made
Ties, White Vests, &c.
G1LKESON & TAYLOR.
"Dead Stuck" kills roaches, ants,
moths and bedbugs. Non-poisonous. 25
If you want face value for your money
get Landes to make you one-half dozen
Mantello Cabinet Photos for 50 cents.
1!) 1-2 Salem avenue. A SHOUT TIME
Hundreds of thousands have been in?
duced to try Chamberlain's Cough Rein*
edy by reading what it has done for oth?
ers, and having tested its merits for
themselves are to-day its warmest friends.
For sale by H. C. Haines, "He puts up
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to Cure. 25c. For sale by Cbas. Lyle.
It's the best thing for the
hair under all circumstances.
Just as no man by taking
thought can add an inch to
his stature, so no preparation
can make hair. The utmost
that can be done is to pro?
mote conditions favorable to
growth. This is done by
Ayer's Hair Vigor. It re?
moves dandruff, cleanses the
scalp, nourishes the soil in
which the hair grows, and,
just as a desert will blossom
under rain, so bald heads grow
hair, when the roots are nour?
ished. But the roots must be
there. If you wish your hair
to retain its normal color, or
if you wish to restore the lost
tint of gray or faded hair use
Ayer's Hair Vigor.
into spending your money fool?
ishly. GOOD, honest-made
CLOTHING requires skill in jj
its constructioji. $T iUl(^ I
$10 QUITS this weeW ?
are the kind I want to talk to ^
you about. The closer ypu in- |
spect them the bigger the value |
looms up. It is fabric good- (j
ness and making goodness, be- (
sides the comfort, style and the I
superior- fit and finish that |
makes them look so swell. 5
You never see one of my coats c
stand off from the neck or sag |
like the ordinary garments. $
THey tit elose and feel like they 5
were made for you. ?
Every man needs some Wash
Vests. They rtre very fashionable
this season and look very natty?
especially with Blue Serge Coats
75c to $3.00.
With separate Cuffs, Three-sleeve
lengths, Colored Bosom and White
Body?just what you need for the
50c, 75c and $].
Crash Suits for Comfort, \
S2.90 TO S8.00. j
Ask the nobby* dressers of Koanoke where they '
bought their Crash Suits. But if you are familiar with '
in)' superior make you'll know without asking. They '
can easily be distinguished from the ordinary make on '
account of the lit ami finish. 1
Clothiei and Furnisher,
Successor to JOS. COHN,
Campbell Avenue nml JcU'ersoii Street.
i ?ja <*flr VfB <sjs ot?
lOl SALEM AVENUE.
35c RIBBONS ATII7ic- -50c RIBBONS AT 25c
Most Remarkable Bargain Kveirt Most unusual
. money-saving chances. Thousands of yards
of the?clioieest colors and qualities.
Exceptional offering of Pure Silk, Moire, Taf?
feta and Plain Ribbons, .'U und 4A inches
wide in an immense variety of colors?white,
cream, corn, light blue, navy blue, lavender,
brown, nile-green, apple-green, pink, purple,
red, cardinal, lilac, magenta, new green, vio?
let and black?a superior quality; Price to?
day, per yard.
Full assortment of those very-much wanted und
scarce Moire and Plain Taffeta Ribbons, in
the best standard qualities. None better
made. Every yard warranted Pl'RK SILK.
All the popular shades and new colorings, 5
and <> inches wide. To-day's price per yard.
HATS TRIMMED RREE.
M, INDORSKY, I DAI M
Manager. ? 'ill RIM
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