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Hot
Weather
pecials!
This warm weather is with us
in earnest, and thin goods
are in great demand. We
have them so low in price
that everybody should buy
now. We will enumerate
some things at ridiculously
low prices.
Wasli Goods Specials
Cotton Ktanlines, in black,
tan and navy, and also figured,
jiist the thing for separate
Skills, formerly sold for 15c,
reduced to 10c.
Sheered Organdie, all light
ground with heliotrope, pink,
royal purple, black and navy
blue sprays of flowers, beauti?
ful designs, only 10c and 12?c;
formerly sold at 15c and 20c.
Dick.?Solid, Colored and
Figured Duck, already shrunk
and only 10c.
Links Homkspun.?Just re?
ceived, five pieces; and they
are offered at 10c. Nothing
prettier for separate Skirts.
Ginghams. ? Nothing hand?
somer or more durable for
Children than a small figured
Giughnm. 'They are the French
designs, worth 12&c; we only
ask Sc.
Black Dress Goods.
Our sales on Black Dress
(roods are increasing. The
reason why is : We carry the
best and largest assortment.
If you are in need of a black
dress don't fail to give us a
call. Ask tor the "Gold
Medal" brand, either in plain
oi' figured. Remember, ? ?every
yard is guaranteed.
We also carry many other
brands equally as good. < >ur
prices are lower then else?
where.
40-inch Black Henrietta, all
wool, at 47 Ac.
46-incli Black Serge, all
wool, :*7-U*. *
46-incli Black Figured Mo?
hair, 47-jC
50-inch Black Diagonal,
52?c.
54-inch Black Etamine, 65c.
Parasols.
All-Silk Parasols in white
and black, with or without
ruffles, 81, $1.25, $1.50 and
A few Fancy Parasols we
will offer at half price.
Call and select the choice of
a Hat, worth from 50c to
$1.50, only 25c.
Our stock of Flowers we
will offer at 25 per cent, less
than cost. We do not believe
in carrying over any Millinery,
and consequently it must be
sold.
26 Salem Ave,
FOR SALE AT
MASSIE'S PHARMACY,
SOME LOCAL NEWS
CUBA 13 NEARLY I REE.
So are my shoes, as the price on them
is so lrw that it makes them nearly free.
Shoes for big feet ami shoes for little
feet?all kinds of shoes in my two stores
?Salem avenue and JelTerson street.
BACHRACH.
Roanoke. Creamery Butter 20 cents per
pound, delivered. 'Phone 179.
AN UNHEARD OF WALL PAPER
SACRIFICE.
Would It interest you to lay in n stock
of wall paper at prices lowor than the
cost of manufactured Tf so, cull ut once.
We have on hand 40,000 rolls of due wall
papers In up-to-date pattern and good Sell?
in? coloring. To unload this stock quickly,
we have shut our eyes to profit and will
sell the goods regardless of cost. These
goods are on sale at our store. No. 5 East
Salem avenue. Outcf town parties find?
ing It impossible t3 call should write for
samples.
FIDELTY WALL PAPER COMPANY.
Lowney's assorteil chocolates at Van
Lear Bros., Druggists.
THANKS RETURNED.
Mrs. T. II. Rice wishes to return thanks
to the people of Roanoke for the kindness
and assistance shown her in the. recent
sickness and death of her husband, T. H.
Rice.
RAILROAD Y. M. C. A.
"Christian Patriotism" ot Fourth of
July considerations will be the BUOject of
Dr. Broughton's address at the grove
meeting next Sunday at 15:30. Seats have
been erected in the Melrose 'woods n. w.,
where plenty of shade can be had. Meet?
ing will be a publi; one.
THE BOWMAN CASE.
The case of the commonwealth vs. A.
Bowman & Sons, for violating the Sun?
day law by selling ^ice cream on Sunday,
was <1 ismiseed in the police court yester?
day morning. Tills case cannot be con?
sidered a test case in any sense,as the vio?
lation was not apparent. Some lady hud
gone to Messrs. Bowmnu's place on Sat?
urday and ordered and paid for some ice
cream, saying she would send for it the
n?".xt morning This is supposed to have
closed the transaction and the cream
only remaiued in Mr. Bowman's custody
at her risk. Had she nettlected^to call for
same and it should have melted, as a
matter of fact she would have been re?
sponsible. The question was raised as to
whether or not had the cream been de?
stroyed who would have sustained the
loss, but as this would necessarily em
brace another point of law It sould not be
takfii into consideration. The case was
dismissed by Justice. Wood, but it is un?
derstood that several more cases differing
in some particulars will* ho before him.
Just, received acir load of choice Mary?
land bay. J. A. HOOVER, 214 Salem
avenue.
CHANGING HANDS.
The Rlueiield Inn is at last changing
hands, the Norfolk and Western having
leased it to Mr. Sloan, proprietor of the
Graham, Va., Inn, .who takes charge of
it to morrow. Mr. W. 15 Bevill, general
passenger agent: Mr. H. P. Kirk, travel?
ling auditor, and Mr. W. B. Bragg, trav?
elling passenger agent, are now taking
an Inventory and transferring the prop?
erty to Mr. Sloan,Jand we wish him every
success in his undertaking.
COMMITTEE MIO KT I NO.
The various committees of the Fourth
ot July celebration are requested to meet
at the courthouse this evening at S
o'clock to make their final report. This
will be the final meeting of the commit?
tees and all are expected to make their
final report. Everything seems to he
moving alone very nicely for the celebra?
tion and the signs are very propitious f..r
a most glorious Fourth next Monday.
, "NAME ON' EVERY PIECE."
LOWNEY'S
Chocolate Bonbons.
Everyone knows the superior quality
of LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES. We
have the assortment?always fresh.
$?T Prescriptions filled only by griul
nates in pharmacy.
VanLear Bros,
Pharmacists,
Corner toiler.'. Avenue and Jeffersen St.
JUDGE BRAND BAYS NO.
Judge Brand, counsel for the defend?
ant in the case of the commonwealth vs.
John Tyler, says that It Is not the Inten?
tion of the defendant to submit to the de?
cree of the court which sentenced him to
two years In the poultentlnry and that he
Is now engaged In preparing papers to
take it to the court of appeals Intheevent
of the court not granting a new trial. It
seems that Tyler has some Inllueutlal
friends with money hacking him.
THE CHECK ABOUT COMPLETE.
Mr. McClanahnn. the expert account?
ant, who has been engaged for some time
in rechecklug the hooks of the city audi?
tor, has about completed his work and
will In all probability mafce his report at
the uext regular meeting of the City
Council. The report will have to be sub?
mitted to the Council before it can be
made public, but the Impression is that
the discrepancy will amount to about
$2,100. In view or the iact that the re?
cent check reported the books about
straight and this one revealing such a
large discrepancy may result in some dis?
coveries somewhete. The former check
it is understood was not mudo with the
particular object of finding any discrep?
ancies, as the accountant waB not expect?
ing that such was the cast. The system
of countersigning all warrants Issued by
the auditor before they were payable was
adopted by the Council upon Mr. Jacob's
recommendation.
A PLEASANT MEETING.
Uniform Rank No. 11, Knights of
Pythias, held their regular meeting night
before last. At the next meeting, Wed?
nesday, July 7, they expect to pcifect
plans for running an excurcion to Wasli
button, also to arrange a series' of enter
tainments. the proceeds to be applied to?
wards paying the expenses of the com?
pany to the grand conclave in Indianap?
olis, lud , Aurnist, 18'JS. It is hoped that
a large number of the members will be
present uext Monday night
SALE OF' PROPERTY.
The brick block on Salem avenue oc
cupied by the Andrews China Company,
W. P. Baker Co., Sam Stone,and Pitman
& Evan*, was sold yesterday to ihe Peo?
ple's Building and Savings Compiny, of
Syracuse, N. Y., for $23,"00. This is a
very valuable piece of property and is son
sltlered by many to be ouj of the best
business blocks in the city.
THE GRAND JURY.
The July term of the hustings court
will convene next Tuesday and the fol?
lowing gentlemen have been summonc'
to compose the grand juiy: Sam Kinnier,
Chas. 1 Lunsford, E. J. Rowan, J. D.
Carr, W. H. Colbourne, J. A. Timber
lake. W. II. Startaman, J. II. Marsteller,
I). W. Harth, W. W. Brown, C. A. Moo
inaw, C. Rusmisell. Severnl very impor?
tant cases will come before this grand
jury for investigation, among which will
be the matter of the Roanoke Trust,
Loan and Safe Deposit Company. In
ease the jury continues the investigation
starred by the. former jury, it ii expected
that an indictment will be found.
SPEAKING TO-NIGHT.
J. A. Clevluger, of Salem, will speak
at the Dunkaru Church to night at 8 p.
m. The subject of his address will be
"The Overcoming Life of the Christian."
Mr. Clevinger is said to be a very lluent
aud eloquent speaker and no doubt will
be greeted by a large audience.
GONE TO BLUEFIELD.
The Union Star baseball club leaves
this morning for Bluefield to play two
uames and will return Sunday. Thev ex?
pect to fix the Bluefield Jads tip to perfec?
tion. *
New Manhattan
Shirts.
This wisxixu ways ok oun
famous MANHATTAN' NEG?
LIGEE SHIRTS jiavk just
aijout ci.kanei) Til km out.
Yesterday wk. kkceivkij a
sew shii'ment?a i.i. sew l?at
t EllSS. TllEV'ltE ItEADY foh
VOU.
G1LKESON & TAYLOR.
A BIG STORE.
Watt. Rottew iV Clay have just com?
pleted their big store, which is actually
the laigest dry goods store in Virginia
west of Richmond In fact there is but
one other such in the State outside of
R:chinonil,that being this firm's big store
in Norfolk. This proursessive store is
now starting its mid-summer price cut?
ting sales. See the specials they are
offering for Friday and Saturday?eighth
page.
THE EXTENSION SHOE.
W. L. Miller, representing the "im
pro\ed extension shoe," is located at the
Bowdre Shoe Company until July (!, ant'
will be glad to exhibit the advantages of
this shoe to all interested. See ad. on
thin page. . ,
"OLD FOLKS" CONCERT.
The Ladies of Calvary Church will give
a concert and reception in the lecture
room of the church tc-night at 8 o'clock.
No admission'charged. All members of
the congregation cordially invited.
CHORUS REHEARSAL.
After the adjournment of council last
night the chorus for the Fourth of July
celebration met in the circuit court room
and practiced the national airs thev will
sing on Monday. There were about six?
teen ladies and fully as many gentlemen
present. The singing was led by the
Roanoke Machine Works Band and under
the competent directorship of Mr. Her
bert Bcatchard. The songs that will be
rendered are "America," 'Star Spangled
Manner,'' "Red, White and Blue," aud
"Hall Col'tin hi a " The class is progress?
ing splendidly under Mr. Scatchard and
will make a most creditable showins
Monday.
RETURNING HOME.
The receivers and officials of the De?
troit and Lima Northern railroad, who
spent last Sunday in the city and left
Monday for Washington, returned yester?
day and spell* last night in the city. The
oncers of the Norfolk and Western say
their trip is purely one of pleasure and
sieht seeing, but whisperings of grain
and coal contracts being consummated
are current. The gentlemen, it is sup?
posed, will leave to-day on their return
home.
AN ADDRESS THIS MORNING.
B. Lacy H?ge will deliver a Fourth of
July address to the students of the Na?
tional Business College this morning nt
0 o'c'ock. There will be no school Mon?
thly.
THE NEW COUNCIL.
A Meeting HeM Last Night and Presld
% iug OHlcer Elected.
The new City Council mot In regular
passion last night In their chamber nnd
elected a president and ;vice president to
preside over the deliberations of the
body for the next year.
The meeting was called to or^er and
Mr. Fox, Democtat, Irom the First ward,
nrose aud in &. neat and well-worded
speech placed in nomination for the oflice
ol president Mr. Jas. R. Terry, the
present incumbent Tho nomination was
seconded in a few appropriate words by
Mr. Mullen, Republican, from tho Third
wnrd. The nominations were thou closed
aud Mr. Terry was chosed by a unani?
mous vote. '
Mr. Casey, from tho Fourth ward, then
nominated for the ofllco of vice-president
Mr. Jas. P. Woods. There were no fur?
ther nominations nnd Mr. Woods was
unanimously elected.
An invitation was read from the
Fourth of July committee inviting the
Council to be present ?t the celebration
on Monday, which was accepted.
The president was. by resolution, In?
structed to appoint four.committees, viz:
Official map, freight and commerce,
parks and public charities.
The selections the Council mnda last
nlglit in their presiding oflicers were
most worthy ones from whatever stand?
point considered. There are* few men in
the city of Roanoke wdio e* joy a more
exalted position in the esteem the peo?
ple than Mr. Jas. R.Terry and what more
eminently litshini for the position of pres?
ident is his thorough familiarity with
parliamentary laws and rulings. Shrewd
and conservative in business, ho has car?
ried these traits into his oflice and has
made such a favorable reputation as to
be re-elected without opposition.
- Mr. Woods is also well ami favorably
known in the city and wi'l iill the oflice
to which be was unanimously chosen
with dignity and ability.
There "-ere only two members absent,
Messrs. Buckner and Baughman. The
next regular session will be held Tuesday
week.
A DELIGHTFUL RAIN.
Roanoke was visited by a delightful
nnd refreshing rain last n'.ght^about 10
o'clock, which cooled tho atmosphere and
made life feel like being worth living
ouce more. This is the first rain here for
very near two weeks and was very badly
needed. Reports from tho country are to
the effect that corn and all kind of vege?
tation was suffering.
TAKE A KODAK WITH
YOU !
Prices *"> to $15.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
103 Salem Ave. S. W.
FOR THE FOURTH.
Sky Rockets, Roman Candles, Torpe?
does aud all kimLsof Fireworks in stock
at low prices. " J. J. CATOGNI.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE.
At least, we are the people's friend, for
we enable them to buy GOOD shoes
CHEAP. Come to either store?Salem
avenue or JetTerson street?and get a
square deal and a good pair of shoes.
BACHRACH.
OAS COOKING STOVES.
We will sell you a three burner gas
cooking stove, with oven placed in your
house with all needed piping, ready for
use, for fS; terms, $2 cash, balance in
monthly payments of l|tL
Gas for cooking purposes is'supplied
at reduced rate, enabling you to cook
with less expense than with coal aud
without the disagreeable heat and dust
or the danirer from oil or 'orasoline. No
additional insurance required by the in?
surance company when usiuu gas. Call
at Room iiC;J Terry Building and examine
sample stoves.
ROANOKE GAS AND WATER COM?
PANY.
Our prices are always special, nnd we
can at ;uiy time meet competitors both In
price-; and grade of goods. We do
straight, legitimate business and give
good values. J. E. ROGERS & CO.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED.
All persons who will entertain dele?
gates at tending the'.State Democratic con?
vention to ba hehl on August 11, will
please let one of the undersigned know
the number and rate per day and also the
numht-r of their residence. C. 15. MOO
MAW, chairman of arrangements com?
mittee, Moomaw building, Jefferson
street. W. F. BRYANT, Secretary,
Courthouse.
Beautiful eyes grow dull nnd dim
AI t lie Swift years steal away.
Denutiful, willowy (ortns so slim
Lose fairness with every day.
But rlic still is quccii aud hath charms to
spare
Who wears youth's coronul ? beautiful
hair.
Preserve Your Hair
nnd ycu preserve your youth.
"A woman is as old as sho
looks," says the world. No
woman looks as old as she ia
if her hair has preserved its
normal beauty. You can keep
hnir from falling out, restoring
its normal color, or restoro tho
normal color to gray or faded
hair, by tho uso of
Ayer's Hair Vigor.
MR. HICKS REPLIES.
Ho Will Neither Uictato Nor be Dictated
to by Others.
J. M. Gnmbill aud Others:
I have seen your published letter ad?
dressed to nie.
I am a Democrat and believe in the
principles of that party, and have hereto?
fore always acquiesced in the principles
announced in the platforms, and expect
to do so in the future*.
I am now a candidate for the Demo?
cratic nomination for member of "the
house of delegates of Virginia, and I dc
not propose to attempt to dictate the
platform which may bo adopted .by the
party at the Salem convention.
If the principles you adhere to should
be adopted as the principles of the Dem?
ocratic party, then I would consider It
my duty, if a candidate of that party, to
advocate the principles announced as its
policy.
If you desire to bind me to the support
of any principle, in the event that I am
nominated by the Democratic party, you
must submit such principle to the con?
vention of that party.
In conclusion. Since you have singled
me out from nmong all the candidates for
nomination and from the tone of your
letter it appears to mo that your letter
was not written with n bona fide and
honest intention of ascertaining my views
so as to support me, but for the purpose
of trying to injure my prospects of secur?
ing the support of ihe ^delegates from
this city, or to aid the candidacy of some
one else. R. RANDOLPH HICKS.
July 1, 1S!)7.
"SINISTER MOT 1VES.''
To the Editor ol The Times:
The Times has it on "good authority"
that the reduction in the piece work
prices on the repair line \>us made sonic
time ago, but the prices were not put
into effect until July 1st.
The prices were made by a committee
consisting of Messrs. R. P. C. Sanaer
son, division muster mechanic: II. A. 1511
lis, division master mechanic; W. K.
Carr, general foreman car repaid shop: D.
11. Middagh, Keueral foreman car repair
shop; David Enfleld, foreman car shop,
and E N. Moore,assistant foreman of car
shop, and afterwards they were finally
reviewed by the same committee with the
addition of the foremen from Radford
aud Lambert's Point. They were ap?
proved by the general malinger and or?
dered put in effect July 1st. N.
HOT ENOUGH FOR YOU?
I have hot weather shoes for everybody.
Keep your feet nice and cool and you can
stand the hot weather. I have complete
stocks in two stores?Salem avenue and
Jefferson street. RACHKACII.
WHY JACK AND J ILL FELL DOWN.
Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of ivater
To quench a tire in papa's stor-i ?
A thing they hadn't oughter.
For papa was so well insured
He didn't want the water?
Re knocked poor .lack and Jill right
down
And collected shortly arter.
Jack and Jill's father carried insurance
in companies represented by LANIER
1 GRAY, Real Estate, Rental and Insut
ance agent. No. 114 Campbell avenue w.;
therefore he knew he would get his
money.
M "iPBilfED" EXTENSION SHOE
i?o?
Men and Women
with a
Shortened Limb.
?
Old5ty!o. ' Mfrd.by Improved.
Tm "Improvbo" Extension Smoi Co.
908 Vine Street, Cincinnati. Ohl?.
The HKent, W. L. MILLER., who wears
the uoods, can I? found at the Dowdrc
Shoe Company, on Jeflersou street, Rba
noke, until Tuesday, duly 0.
NEW DAILY AT. LYNCIIBURG.
Henry M. Smythe and Thomas D.
Bailie will begiu tho publication of The
Daily Bulletin at Lynchburg within a
few weeks. The names of the promoters
are both well known in Virginia, and >f
ability can win In Lyuchburg the new
paper should be a go.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Last night Grand Reporter W. H.
Bnille instituted a new lodge of the
Knights of Honor bore, with thirty char?
ter members. The following is a list of
the officers: M. J. Jennelle, past dicta?
tor; .Tno. E. Graham, dictator; Juo. C.
Ash ton, vice-dictator; Col. W. A.
Waugh, chaplain; II. L. Ludwig, re?
porter; G. Lnmkin, financial reports; S.
B. Pace, treasurer; F. B. Hall, guide;
Archie Hughes, guardian; G. M. Jones,
sentinel. Trustees, Dr. Gale, Frank T.
Bonner and G. .May. The lodge will bo
known as Brooke Lodge, having consoli?
dated the old members of the order hero
in the new lodge. This order has paid
$10,000 to the widows and orphans of de?
ceased citizens of Koanoke.
OFFICERS INSTALLED.
The following cllicers were lust ailed by
Deputy State councillor of Reliance Coun?
cil No.*18, Jr. O. U. A. M. at th? regular
session.of the council last night: Council?
lor, Robert llopcroft; vice-councillor, C.
G. Frioinger: recording-secretary, C. K.
Grayblll; F. S., R. A. Doss; treasurer,
E J. Reed; conductor, R. L. Fiagntt;
warden, C. C. Carper; O. S., Gooree Her?
bert. Six applications were bailotted for
and accepted and three candidates were
Initiated, makinu fifty-four additions
since April 1. This council expects to
make a fine showing in the parade next
.Monday.
SHIPPING FRUIT TO LONDON.
San Francisco, July 1.?The tlrst'con
slgnment of green fruit to Europe wns
made from Sacramento this morning.
7"ho shipment consisted of six cars.which
will reach London in twelve days. Other
large shipments will be nutde if this one
Is successful. ,
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.
NOTICE.
Wishing to conform as near as possible
to the sentiment in favor of Sunday ob?
servance, boys will not be furnished pa?
pers by me in the future for street sales
on Sunday. Papers delivered to sub?
scribers. JACK, THE NEWSDEALER.
King of the South smoKlng tobacco is
made from the best two year-old Virginia
and Noith Carolina leaf, mild and sweet.
I Vnai Hon :,ll<' :llv l??kirigfoi\n good investment,
1 I Uli UdllJ , l in" '< to liio. Any' da) this week
value displayed in my $10 Suits than
\ <>u have ever seen before in legitimate
merchandise. Remember, 1 have but
one price. I study hard to anticipate
your wants, and how well 1 succeed is
attested by the substantial patronage
from the besl dressers of the city.
You will positively not be allowed to
wear one of my Suits unless it tits;
and my customers know it. That's
why they stick to me and bring their
friends with them to bay of the satis?
factory store ? where everything is
6 4 4 4 4 sn'(' al ,,,u' Pl'icej and where the ex?
perienced und inexperienced are on
the some footing. Von know my repu?
tation for STYLISH CLOTHING.
You know my stock represents the
best tie; world produces from li: to
finish.
E9
Crash Suits
Serge Coats
Duck Trousers
Negligee Shirts
Thin Underwear
ONE- PRICE
Kj Clothiei and Furnisher,
Successor to J03. COIIX;
Campbell Avenue und Jefferson Street?

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