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WE WILL OFFER THIS
AVJ^EIv SOME UNPRE?
AND AS THE QUAN?
TITY IS LIMITED CALL
EARLY AND SELECT
LOT l.^Five pieces All
Silk Grenadines, in colored
and 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
tor this week at 25c.
LOT 8.?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 Organdies received hist
week went with a rush and,
consequently, had to order
.Just received, twenty pieces,
all beautiful designs, tine and
sheer, worth' 18c; will offer
them at 12.U-.
Also, fifteen pieces Organ?
dies, sold elsewhere at 15c; you
can get them from us at 10c.
Plain and Figured 'Cotton
Ktamiues; just the thing for
separate skirts, at 10c.
Yard-wide Pen-ale, all pretty
patterns; they are the LOckinu;
we only ask Sc.
Best quality Black and Col?
ored Crepons, W?rth 15c; our
price only 12 he.
Fine Colored Dimities, fast
colors, at l*J.jc.
Five dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to 19c.
Five dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to 87.Vc.
Five dozen Shirt. Waists re?
duced to 59c.
Five dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to 70c
Five dozen Shirt Waists re?
duced to $1.15.
Reductions in our Millinery
Department excel anything
ever lie^jd of.
25 Trmfriied 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 $0, will close them out at $4.
26 Salem Ave*
FOR SALE AT
SOME LOCAL NEWS
Virginia Carriage Co's prices for paint?
ing single buggies range from $6 to $15.
All other repair work equally as low.
INDIAN ROCK LIME is the best. Try
lt. J. H. WILKINSON, 102 Third street
s. w. ' Phone 210.
HOW IS THIS ?
Everything that is called a bargain is
not a bargain by a long shot. There are
bargains that make the seller rich and
bargains that do up the bargain hunter,
but when it comes to supplying extra
trood, handsomely mirrored, aak bed room
suits at $15 wo know we are oflerinu a
genuine bargain. Wo have such. Call
and see them. Wo also sell a few other
things at astonishingly low prices, such
as second-hand sewing machines (good)
of all makes, crockery ware, elegant oak
sideboards and tue numerous articles usu?
ally found in an up-to-date furniture and
crockery store. Come to see us.
H. J. HARTBERGEK,
Receiver for W. W. Workman & Co.,
20 Salem Avenue.
Second-hand iron safe and marble soda,
fountain at your price.
$5.50 PER PAIK, express paid. Best
'97's. Full warranty. BICYCLE TIRES.
Mineralized Rubber Co., New York.
TO HOLD A MISSION.
Rev. T. H. Lacey, D. 1)., Episcopal
mlssionaty of the Diocese of Southern
Virginia, will arrive in ihe city to day
and will begin a mission in Christ Epis?
copal Church, Onmphel! nvenue w., to?
night at 8 o'clock, to which the public are
cordially invited. Other services will be
announced from the pulpit.
The St.mrt W. C. T. U. will hold a so?
ciable at the residence of Mrs. H. M.
Ward's, No. 3211 Fifth avenue n. e., this
evening, 3'Tune "25, 1897. The public
are cordially invited.
THE DAY WE CELEBRATE
Is on Monday, July 5th. when with
monster parade, good speakers, lots of
patriotism, and favorable weather, every?
body may expect a good time. This h
the banner celebration of the State, nnd
our people need not go awav in expecta?
tion of finding anything better.
A GLANCE at VanLear Bros.' nd. nt
the bottom ot this page may save you
RETURNED TO WORTH.
A. D. Rice, secretary of the Roanoke
Coal and Coke Company. ..t Worth. W.
Va., wh" has been in the city several
d*ys, returned to wortli yesterday. Mr.
Rice is a former citizen of Roanoke and
was entensively engaged in the real estate
business here during the boom period.
THE FINAL MEETING
The Woman's Anxlnry of St. John's
Episcopal Church will hold its monthly
and final meeting for the summer at the
parish building, on tins afternoon at 4:30
PROGRAMME FOR TONIGHT'S EN?
Owing to a number of entertainments
in the city hist night, it was almost im?
possible fcr the street car company to ac?
commodate all who wished to attend the
entertainmeut at Crystal Springs. To?
night the car service will be increased
and the programme will he carried out
with more vim. The following is the
programme for tonight: Selection,
Dixie Quartette. Butler and Barksdale,
In their sketch entitled, " 'Maid' in a
Hurry." Hardwicke and Tremain, In
the musical sketch entitled, "Is de Boss
In?" Selection, Dixie Junior Quartette.
Refreshments. Music by the band. Ann
strong an I Butler in "The Clown's Holi?
day." Imitations, Professor Corwine.
FOR THE CHILDREN.
The Palais Royal puts on sale this
morning a beautiful assortment of hats
for the children. They are of the daintiest
creations and beautifully trimmed wltii
lillies of the valley and foiget-me-no's.
Take the little ones around and fit them
DEATH OF A COLORED MAN.
Wesley'Crew,a highly respected colored
man,die? nt his late home,No. 708 Second
street n. e., yesterday after a short ill?
ness. The remains were shipped to
Franklin Junction for intermit to day.
'Die Perle aller Rader ist
Cleveland" is only another way
o' saying that "The Pearl of all
Wheels Is the Cleveland." You,
ton. will agree with our German
friend if you examine the '07
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
108 Salem ave s. w.
THE METROPOLITAN and Black
Cat for July at Jack's news deoot.
work men are rapidly pushing tho
ulldlngof A. Marktey, No. 25 Saletn
avenue, to completion, aud expect to
have the brlok aud stone work corop'eted
within tho next ten days. It will be 23 by
02 feet.two stories high and of brick with
stono front. When the building Is com?
pleted it will be one of the- prettiest and
neatest store rooms In the city. Roanoke
is experiencing a building bcom, which
speaks well for the confidence the oltlzens
have in tho future of the city.
FULL ATTENDANCE DESIRED.
The chairman desires a full and prompt
attendance of the various Fourth of July
committees nt tho courthouse at 8 o'clock
An unusually large crowd was In at?
tendance nt the entertainment given for
the benefit of Friendship Fire Company,
given in their large building on Fourth
street n. e. last night. The entertain?
ment opened with a selection by the
Melili (/(Quartette, followed by a piano solo
by Miss Aggie McDonald. Then Mr.
John Comerford sang one of those sweet
soncrs in that "pleasant style which has
made his siuging so popular. Tho recita?
tion, "Fireman's Duty" by Master Al?
bert Bean, was well rendered nnd well
received. Other numbers on the pro?
gramme were selections by the Dixie,Jr.,
Quartette, solos, duets, vocal and instru?
mental, by Eddie Welch and sister, mar?
velous execution when tho extreme youth
fulness of tteT performers is noted, reci?
tations by Miss Myrtle Kraige, song by
Miss Mamie Malon?, violin solo by Miss
Ha/.lo Middah, and concluding with one
of Charlie Mitchell's happpy songs which,
as ususal, evoked storms of applause.
During tlie intermissions refreshment*
were served by the ladles and everybody
enjoyed themselves to their heart's con?
DIASTATIC MALT is what is needed
to brace you up during this heated term.
15 cents Pottle, $1.50 per dozen. VauLear
Bros., sole agents.
DEATH OF MRS. VERNON.
Mrs. Louisa Vernon died at her late
resideuce, No. 519 Rorer avenue s. w.,
yesterday morning at 7 o'clock after a
lingering illness. Deceased was in her
7;ld year and was a native of Henry
county. The remains w^re shipped to
Martinsville on tho evening train yester?
day for interment.
MARRIED ON" WEDNESDAY.
Wednesday evening at Grace parson?
age, Mr. W. A. MaGanu and Miss Grace
A. Mnore. were united in marriage by
Rev. C. D. Bulla and at the same time
Mr. Peter Barksdale and Miss Nellie
K'/.er were married at the Presbyterian
manse by Kev. W. C. Campbell.
On last Wednesday night at 0 o'clock
in the presence of a few relatives and in?
timate friends Mr. Thos. H. Cranell and
Miss Alma Haley were quietly united in
marriage at the home of the bride's aunt.
Mrs. E. C. Haynes,51G Salem avenue s. w.
The ceremony was performed by Dr. Len.
G. Broughton, after which the 1 appy
couple boarded the east bound train for
a tour of the seashors aud some of the
Yesterday at noon a horse belonging to
H. C. Starkey became frightened at some?
thing at tho Terry| building and ran up
Campbell st-eet to the railroad, where a
train happened to block the crossing and
ho was forced to stop. In the Norfolk
and Western offices in the Day building
the clerks were very much frightened,
some of them thinking the building was
/ailing down ami others that It was an
f arthquake. Fortunately no damage was
The horse attached to the large ice
wagon belonging to the Nottingham Coal
and Ice Company became frightened yes?
terday evening and started to run down
Campbell avenue towards Jefferson
street. In front of Evans, Butt & Price's
hardware store a Syrian named Solomon
Thomas was driving along in a cart. The
large wagon struck the cart, ^nocking the
Syrian out and demolishing om of the
wheels of his cart. This obstacle threw
the horses and one was right badly cut
on the fore leg. The Syiian, who was
thrown lrom the cart,escaped without in?
juries and with the exception of the
wheel on the cart demolished no damage
Crash Hat that you see everybody
wearing ( an uk found
at our stoke. '
. Price 50c.
G1LKESON & TAYLOR.
WANTED EMPLOYMENT.?A young
man would like a few hours employment
at night after 7 o'clock. Will do any
Kind of work. Stenographer and book?
keeper. Address "S." care Times.
WE guarantee every barrel of Alpha
Portland Cement. When you buv it von
run no risk. J. H. WILKINSON, [102
Third street s. w. 'Phone 210.
VIOLET FOOT LOTION.
Cures dampness and perspiring of the
feet. Sold by Sam Stone. Price 50c per
THESE HOT DAYS. -
Why don't you go to Honavita, next to
Roanoke Cycle Company, for a glass of
his sherbet. Only cost you five cents.
WK 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 vour life. Come early to 125 Salem
avenue and 80 Campbell avenue and see
Trustee of J. Donaldson.
Test Your Own Eyes!
Unless you can easily read the small typp in the 'centre of this
-space, holding the paper about 14 inches from the eyjs, you need
-a pair of glasses. u g ? '" i j^TT".?
We fit eyes tree and give yon a pair of tie finest
lenses In tbe world. In a eabctantial nickel frame,
ior one dollar?and tlirow In a c.?e. People have
r<een ocrostomed lo |.sying f2 ar.d upwards tor
'enats co*. so goad.
Proscriptions Filled Only by Graduates In rharmacr."
Van Lear Brothers,
Cor. ?ileia Ave jluJl .fen". Bt.
As in generally ' "known,
lakeland Lodge No. 190, A.
*\ and ;A. M., will on this
evening. June25, at 8 o'clock,
meet In their hall lor the pur?
pose of installing tho officers
elect for the eusuing year. At this time
the annual banquet of the lodge will be
served and a life-size picture of tho first
master of Lakeland Lodge will be un?
veiled by Mayor W. K. Andrews, and
will bo received by Dr. W. 11. Pleasanta,
past arand master, with appropriate re?
marks. The picture in question is a pro
sent to the lodge from the son of tho first
master, who, by tho way, will be present
with a delegation from Crewe to attend
the unveiling. All these matters ar? of
great interest to the craft, but the best
remains to be told. Mr. S. D. Bombardt,
the present master of Lakeland Lodge,
yesterday received a telegram from Most
Worshipful A. R. Courtuoy, ^ who. with
his grand oflicers. yesterday attended the
laying of the cornerstone of a college ot
Gate City, Va., saying that the Grand
Lodge of Virginia would be present at
the installation and unveiling. This news
will be hailed with great delight by the
craft oi the city, as it is an uncommon
honor for the Grand Lodge to visit any
subordinate lodge at such times, and it
is an occasion to be long remembered by
the members, who will, no doubt, cele?
brate It with Incoming ceremonies. All
Master Masons in good standing are in?
vited to att?nd.
POLICE COURT. " '- '
A number of tramps were boforo the
police justice yesterday morning charged
with annoying tho citr/ens nenr the Vir?
ginia Brewing Company. One of them
was fined $7.50 and another $5. There
were no other cases.
K. OF P. EXCURSION.
Five cars loaded with merry excursion?
ists passed through the city yesterday en
ronte from Winston, N. C, to Luray and
Natural Bridge. The excursion was un?
der the auspices of Winston Lodge
Knights of Pythias and a large number
of ladies were iu the party. The train
passed through Roanoke yesterday at
11:50 and a number of our 'citizens avail?
ed themselves of this rare opportunity to
visit Virginia's greatest natural cnrlosi -
ties, the Luray caverns [ami Natural
BOARDING PLACES WANTED.
Persons wishing to patronize the Na?
tional Business College during the com?
ing year, and have us favor them by plac?
ing our students with them, should let
me kuow it once. Students are now
writing for placed next year.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED.
All persons who will entertain dele?
gates attending the'.Stato Democratic con?
vention to bo held on August 11, will
please let one of tho undersigned know
>the number and rate per day and also the
number of their residence. C, B. MOO
MAW, chairman of arrangements com?
mittee, Moomaw "building, Jefferson
street. W. F. BRYANT, Secretary,
PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
We have purchased the entire lot of
household goods owned by Mrs. E. Body,
00(5 Salem avenue, and will offer same for
pale at auction June 2i). Sale will com?
mence at 0 o'clock at 60C Salem avenue
JENNINGS ?s BLOXTON.
U. S. Postoffice Building, Roanoke,
Va., June 22, 1807.?Sealed proposals
will be received at this building until 12
o'clock noon, Wednesday, Juue 30th,
1897, for furnishing fuel, lights, water,
ice, miscellaneous supplies, washing
towels, hauling ashes, and sprinkling
streets for this building during the fiscal
year ending June 30, ls'JS, or such por?
tion of the year as may be deemed advis?
able. The right to reject any and all bids
is reserved by tlic Treasury Department.
W. P. DUPL'Y, Custodian.
King of the South smouing tobacco is
made from the best two year-old Virginia |
and Xoith Carolina leaf, mild anil sweet, j
Bread,Rolls,Cinnamon Buns, hot every
evening. J. J. Catognl.
Men who want a good bush ess shoe
should see those Tan Calf Bals at ROA?
NOKE SHOE CO.
See that you get coupons in Sweetheart
Cigarette boxes and reduce cost of smok?
ing. Practical prizes ollered.
Four desirable lots in Belmont Addi?
tion. *?">() each. Sec
PACE & BOBBITT.
Do You Use It?
It's the best thing for the
hair tinder 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
its construc,ti?n. $7 alld
SIO SUiTS this week
are the ?kind I want to talk to
you about. The closer you in?
spect them the bigger the value
looms up. It is fabric good?
ness and making goodness, be?
sides the comfort, style and the
superior fit and finish that
makes them look so swell.
You never see one of my coats
stand ort* from the neck or sag
like the ordinary garments.
They fit close and feel like they
were made for you.
Every man needs some Wash
Vests. They are 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?lust what you need for the
50c, 75c and $t.
Crash Suits for Comfort, !
S2.9Q TO $8.00. \
Ask the nobby dressers of Hoanoke where they I
bought their Crash Suits. But if you are familiar witli '
my superior make you'll knowjwithont asking. They '
can easily be distinguished from the ordinary make on '
account of the fitTaii<Vfinish. '
Clothier and Furnisher,
Successor to JOS. COHN,
Campbell Avenue anil Jcll'crHoii Street.
101 SALEM AVENUE.
Great SaleSof Children's
Seventy-five Children's White Leghorn Hals, all
nicely trimmed in ribbons and flowers, and
some trimmed in silk mull, chiffon and flow
el's?regular price $1.50 to $2.25?all to go
at one price for choice to-day at
Five hundred Children's Tarn o'Shanters in as- s
sorted colors and in plain white?the regular
25c and 35c quality?to go to-day for choice jjjQ
ALL HATS TRIMMED FREE. J
M. INDORSKY, Manager.
101 SALEM AVENUE. \
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