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The Popular Shopping Place of
It 8C, 50 pi?*? French style
Ginghams, worth 124c.
At IOC, ' 25 pieces Figured
Organdies, the regular prices
were. 124c, 15c and 18c.
At 8C, 20 pieces White India
Linens, would be cheap at
At 4iC, 10 pieces White
('heck Muslin, worth 8c.
? M 5C, 10 pieces White
( ?heck Muslin, would be cheap
At 5c, 20 pieces Colored
Lace Striped Lawn, former
prices were Se and 10c
At l2iC, 10 P'eces Colored
Lappet JVIull, former price
At IQC, 5 pieces Striped
Pique, just the thing for sepa?
At 5C, Simpson's and Merri
mack's best Calicoes.
At I2*C, Brown Denim?
nothing better for separate
At l2iC, 2? pieces Figured
Silkoline, just the thing for
mantle or bed drapery..
At 25C, 56-iiich Table Linen,
At 37iC, '60-inch Table
Linen, worth 50c.
At 40C, 68-inch Table Linen,
At 5c Turkish Towels.
fit 1 Oc. Turkish Towels, ex?
tra large, worth ] 24c.
At IOC, Linen [luck Towels,
18x36, sold everywhere at'
?t 50C, 50 White Counter
panes, already hemmed.
A? 75C, 25 White Counter?
panes, worth $1.
At 45C, 100 Hemmed Sheets,
.sold elsewhere at .r)()c.
At l2iC, 200 Pillow Cases,
cheap at 15c.
At 75c, 50 pail's Lace Cur?
tains, including pole and trim?
At $1, 5P l,iUI's Lace Cur?
tains, extra wide and long,
with pole and trimmings.
At I5C,. '10 dozen Shirt
Waists, formerly sold at 25c.
At 75C, 5 down Shirt Waists,
former price, $1.25 and $1.50.
At 98C. A few- more Black
and White All-Silk Parasols;
they would be cheap at $1.25.
Our stock of Trimmed and
Untrimmed Hats we arc offer?
ing at one-half their actual
Don't fail to attend our
Clearance Sale, commencing
26 Salem Ave,
FOR SALE AT
SOME LOCAL NEWS
CUBA IS NEARLY I'REE.
So are my shoes, as the price on them
is so lew that it makes them nearly free.
Shoes for big feet and shoes for little
feet?all kinds ol shoes in my two stores
?Salem avenue and Jeffersou street.
FEED YOUR STOCK.
We are headquarters for all kinds of
stock feed. We keep ou hand a full sup?
ply of hay, coin, oats, anu chop. Also
seil wheat, Prompt delivery to anv part
of the city. J. A. HOOVER,
214 Salen: avenue. 'Rhone 21-1.
' CHEAP RAILROAD RATES
To all principal points. S. R. PACE
Si CO., Ticket Brokers, 10 Jefferson St.
A GOOD MOVE.
Every one who objects to seeing the
church degraded into a secular business
concern by the management of fairs and
other mouey making schemes will wisli
success to the recently oigani/.ed "Lon?
don Society of Church Beggars." Under
this name a"number of English women
have associated themselves to assist those
parishes and charities whose supporters
agree to abandon the unapostollc |bazaar
and entertainment. They agree to write
personal letters and use their personal
efforts to secure the necessary funds and
so do something tb check the impeudinu
degradation of Chiistlan almsgiving. ?St.
Andrew's Cross Magazine.
FULL OF BARGAINS.
Read the ml. of Roseubaum Bros, on
the lifth page, ft Is full of bargains.
UNION STARB WON.
The Union Stars won from the Norfolk
and Westerns yesterdayln a walk. They
are playing great ball. The feature of
the game was Stinnett's cork-screw-balls,
which the Norfolk and Westerns could
not touch. Stinnett aud Moynihan were
in the points for the Union Stars, and
Malone and Garner for the Norfolk and
Westerns. The score was 8 to 7 in favor
of the Union Stars. The Covington
team will be here on the 16th and l?th of
this month to meet the Stars at the ball
Insect powder that kills at Massie's I
PRICES BOILED DOWN.
Not by the hot weather exactly, but by
I the intention of the old reliable Philadel?
phia One Price Clothing House to clear
out all their stock at* clothing to make
room foi new things. Read their ad. on
the fourth page.
THE CITY MARKET.
At the city market yesterday produce I
was plentiful and prices reasonable.
Prices were as follows: Eggs, S cents
per dozen; tomatoes, 10 cents per quart;
shoulder meat,!) cents; hams, 12 1-2 cents:
butter. 12 12 to 20 cents J per pound;
honey, 12 1-2 cents per pound: new corn.
15 cents per dozen; apples. 5 cents to 8
cents per gallon; potatoes, Id to 15 cents
per gallon; snaps, 15 cents per gallon
encumbers, :>0 eents per dozen; blackber?
ries, 15 cents per gallon; peaches, line. Ri
cents'per quart; chickens, 15 cents to 20
cents each: cabbage, 5 cents per head:
onions. 5 cents per quart: cantclonpes, 25
DIASTATIC MALT will tone you up
timing this heated term. It aids dfge?
tlon ami promotes sleep. 15c bottle;
f 1,50 dozen. VanLear Bros. Druggists.
SNAKES IN THE SOUTHWEST.
The Rural Retreat Times of the Olh
inst. lias the following: Lawrence S.
Davis and Eddie Tinsley. two handsome
young gentlemen of Roanoke, spent the
glorious Fourth in Rurel Retreat and
vicinity. Owing to the preralenee of
snakes in this section it was deemed ex?
pedient ta make extensive preparations lor
any emergencies that might arise, but
when one of the party had the misfortune
to receive a bite from one of those vene
mous reptiles it was ascertained that Sig
uor B. Spindle, who is engaged in con
ducting a choral club in S outhwest Vir?
ginia, had also been very apprehensive of
mishaps resulting from snake bites aud
had appropriated the medicine. Come
again, boys, and bring more medicine.
THE OLD RELIABLE Virginia Fire
and Marine Insurance Company, of Rich?
mond, Va., is one of the most substantial
institutions in the State. Over sixty
years old. Assets, $050,000. Prompt
(.'HAS. LUNSFORD &SON. Agents.
Commercial Rank building <irrouni!
floor). Leaders in Fire Insurance.
THE "KORKER" shirt starcher at the
Ideal nteam Laundry, 3J3 Salem avenue
west, is something new and the only 'me
Fresh Pineapples in to-day, sweet at d
lusc'.ons. Direct from the Florida pine
graves. J. J. CATOGNI.
Have you tried our UNPEI
Well, everybody is talking
ICE Clilvin S01>A at 5eent? ]
delicious d SRK Oi. vu. MILK
"Prescriptions Fllleil Only t
ADVERTISING THE TRUTH
This Is a verv good motto ?elected by
The Bazaar, 34 Salem avenue, 'and Hie
manager dally lives up to It. Read the
attractive array of bargains iu their ad.
ou the second page, aud then be good to
yourself by going aroung there Monday
morning and helping yourself.
Insect powder that kills at Masslo's
The Times acknowledues with thauks
the rcceiot of the following sums in aid
of Pleasant Holt, who Is ill at his home,
No. 410 Eighth avenue s. w? of typhoid
lever, and wbiah have been du'y turned
over to the family: Anonymous contri?
bution. $2; cash, 25 cents; cash, 50 cents;
cash, 50 cents; total, $3.25. Besides the
above, Chief of Police Dyer received GO
cents yesterday, which was turned over
to the druggist for mediclue.
Best Pepsin Cum, two packages for 5
cents at Massles' Pharmacy.
WILL NOT DETER HIM.
Capt. W. W. Berkeley was seen yester?
day by a Times reporter regarding the
approaching convention at Salem. The
Captain did uot feel disposed to talk for
publication except to say that the result
of the primary electiou of delegates in
this city did not deter him from pressing
his claims for the nomination in the final
contest. He was quite cheerful over his
prospects aud intimated that he would
be iu the iace until the decidintr ballot
was cast. ...>..,_; ft
The hustings court was engaged yester?
day in'hearing the case of .Ino. Torreuce,
colored, charged with stealing brass from
the Cro/.lcr Iron Company. The case was
not given to the jury until quite late.
After being out for about an hour the
jury returned a evrdict of guilty and Axed
his punishment at three months iu jail
and $50 fine.
The best Fire, Life and Accident
insurance. See Ro. M. Kent, Jr.
The Bedford City Fire Company of
twelve men arrived in the city yesterday
from Winchester on their return from
the firemen's convention. Among tho
company were J. R. Prease, president;
II. Williams, secretary; H. G. McGhee,
chief, and H. M. Wright, foreman. The
boys reported u splendid time and said
that the Roanoke boys would return this
morning. The Bedford Company left
last night on No. 2 for their homes.
Sterilised Malt, the ideal tonic, (11.50
dozen at Massies' Pharmacy.
A GOOD SELECTION.
R. H. Wright, who has been associated
with the Sinuer Sewing Machine Com?
pany for years, has resigned his position
and accepted one with J. II. Marsteller,
tin- marble man, as traveling salesman.
Mr. Marsteller needs to be congratulated
in the selection of Mr. Wright, as he is a
saiesniau of much ability, and is up to
date, so far as business Is concerned.
NEAT WORK. |
C. E. Berry has just completed a fine
job of painting on the interior of the
First National Bank which almost sur?
passes anything aloug that line in the
Have plenty moiie now, and
we have Til KM in a new shape,
PlMCE 50 CENTS.
GILKESON & TAYLOR.
A GOOD SUGGESTION.
It. has been suggested that the city es?
tablish boxes at the street corners as re?
ceptacles for waste 'papers such as an
now thrown on vacant lots or else thrown
out on the streets to ba blown in every
direction. This is n good suggestion, as
these boxes could be emptied every two
or three days.
ANOTHER BABY GRAND BEHR
Hobble Piano Co. have'just received
another line Baby Grand Behr Bros,
piano, which is pronounced by experts to
possess the finest tonn and action of any
they have bail heretofore.
A "Kodak" will greatly add
to the pleasure of your summer
outing. Call and examine our
complete line. Prices 1)15 to $15.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
108 Salem Ave. S. W.
BONDS. BONDS. " 3^
The United States Fidelity and Guar?
anty Company is acceptable on all kinds
Bonds executed in a few moments'
notice at lowest rates.
See us before going elsewhere, and save
.1'. H. MORRIS, General Agent'
Room (ill Terry building, .Roanoke, Va.
BASEBALL JULY 18.
Between Ljnehburg Slides vs. Roanoke
Cuban Giants. Game called at 4:110 p.
in., at the Riverside baseball park.
WANTED?Partner with [from ?500 to
$500 to join undersigned in paying busi?
ness. Address"Enterprise,"Times office.
MAY APPLE PILLS
Will cure headache.malaria and all dis?
eases arising from a disordered condition
of the liver. For sale by Sam Stone,the
Roanoke Creamery Butter 20 cents per
pound, delivered. 'Phone 179.
IMEXTED GKAPE JUCK?
about tlie way wo arc serving
per glass?to say nothing of om*
SHAKEN, ice cold.
>y OriKinates In Pharmacy."
I'll AHM \CISTS,
r. atieci Avo akS .foff. St.
COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMME BE?
The commencement* exercises of tho
National Business College will be a treat
to those who will attend on the night of
the 20th, und on the morning and night
of tho 80th of July. Tho regular com?
mencement programme ^consists of pro?
ductions by the pupils, delivering of
diplomas and medals, music anil the ad?
dress to tho graduates by Hou. John W.
Kern, of Indianapols. Ind.
The foregoing will be given on the
night of the 29th, and on the morning of
the 30th. Ou the night of the 30th Col.
George W. Bain, of Lexington, Ky., one
of the most popular and pleasing orators
of the platform, will deliver the annual
address on thcjsubject of 'Boys and Girls,
Nice and Naughty, or the Pendulum of
Life," and with this he will weave in
parts of another lecture, entitled "The
Safe Side For Young Meu in Business."
. All are invited to attend all the pro?
grammes on the 29th and 30th of July.
Both programmes on the 30th will be held
in the Academy of Musk:. A rare treat
is in store for those who will hear Col.
Arrange to he in Roanoke on the 30th.
The Business College oilers a treat to
Roanoke. Here is what some of the
papers say of him:
From the hour Col. Bain finished the
llrst address he ever delivered '.here, thir?
teen years ago, right alcng to the mo?
ment of his touching by eloquent perora?
tions last Sabbath evening, his popular?
ity has never waned, but each year has
been a sweeping, rising tide, until it is
now regarded as a matter of course that
hia presence on our platform is one of the
essentials ol a rounded out season of the
richest and rarest enjoyment.?Ocean
Grove (N. J.) Record.
Every seat in the Grand Opera Housa
was taken yesterday afternoon at the
Uulty Club lecture. The immense^audl
ence was drawn by Col. George W, Bain,
of Lexington, Ky. The leitme fairly
bristled with apt illustrations, gems of
poetry, brilliant humor, interestiim
auecdotes and noble thoughts that
touched the hearts ol the hearers.?Cin?
The JefTerson, [Richmond, Va., is con?
ducted strictly upon tho European plan
for the summer months with cafe charges
as moderate as any first-class restaurant
in the State. Good rooms can be had for
$1.50 per day and upwards.
BR ANN'S ICONOCLAST for July now
ready at, JACK'S NEWS DEPOT.
THESE HOT DAYS.
Why don't you go to Ponavita, next to
Roanoke Cycle Company, for a glass of
his sherbet. Only cost you five cents.
NO LYE ABOUT CRYSTAL SPRING.
The trouble with most cheap laundry
soaps is that they contain free lye?this
ruins clothes and hands, too. Crystal
Spring contains do free lye. No lye, nor
lie either, about it.
"Dead Stuck" for bugs. Used by U.
S. Government. A liquid insect powder.
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?Falem
avenue or Jefferson street?and get a
square deal and a good pair of shoes.
GAS 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 s?8; terms, $2 cash, balance in
monthly payments of $1.
Gas for cooking purposes is supplied
at reduced rate, enabling you to cook
with less expense than with coal and
K'ithout the disagreeable heat and dust
or the danger from oil or gasoline. No
additional insurance required by the in?
surance company when usiuu gas. Call
at Room 2C8 Terry Building aud examine
ROANOKE GAS AND WATER COM?
Our prices are always special, and we
. can ttt any time meet competitors both in
prices and grade of goods. We do
I straight, legitimate business and give
I good values." J. E. ROGERS & C<).
HOARD AND LODGING WANTED.
All persons who will entertain dele
pales attending thol&tate Democratic con?
vention to be held on August 11, will
please let one of the 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,
a course of Ayer's Pills the
system is set in good working
order and a man begins to feel
that life is worth living. He
who lias become the gradual
prey of constipation, docs not
realize the friction under which
he labors, until the burden is
lifted from him. Then his
mountains sink into mole?
hills, his morosencss gives
place to jollity, he is a happy
man again. If life docs not
seem worth living to you, you
may take a very different view
of it after taking
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
Is the Man
whose trade I bid for; every article
of his apparel must be <ljust so."
The "job lot bargain counter" assort?
ment has no temptations for him. lie
wants just what he wants, and is will?
ing to pay a reasonable price for it.
The more particular you are about
your wearing apparel the more you'll
appreciate my highly tailored Cloth?
ing, The best dressed people in the
city come here. Why '. Because they
know that I keep nothing but the best
of everything, and they know that I
will not sell anything that will not
give them satisfaction.
Quality is the first thing you want
to look for?the first thing you'll be
struck with here. It's the stronghold
of the store. There's quality in my
?7.f)0 and $10 Suits. The average
store; will charge you more. No occa?
sion to promise money back, but 1 do.
I am having a big sale on that
swoll Crash Suit that I am selling
at ?S. It's all wool and fits. When
you see them worn by the best dres?
sers you know where they got them.
These hot days ygu must have
thin undergarments. I ant pre?
pared for you from the 2"ic kind
up. You can be suited here, no
matter what you want.
In an endless variety?blue and
black colors, guaranteed. Your tai?
lor can't fit you better than I can.
and the price is less here.
.lustopened up some swell Shirts,
all the newest patterns?soft bos?
oms with detachable ends, three
sleeve lengths- ?5c to $l.f>0. It's
the new Columbia. You've heard
of it. Xo other Shirt fits as well.
Bis line of Children's Wash Suits on sale to-morrow.
B 9 La ?i l
Clothier and Furnisher,
Z ?Z~r$?\ '?' Z S?Successor to JOS. COHN,
Campbell Avenue :in?l J eile thou Street.
This is Really a Wonderful
Its Success in New York During the Last Six Months
Against All Competitors is Remarkable indeed.
REAU WHAT SOME OF NEW YORK'S BEST PEOPLE SAY:
Pllou. Charles 1). Haines, ex-Con?
gressman, luo Broadway, New
'? 1 consider the Aetna Lithia
Water a priceless legacy of God to
mankind. It has done so'much for
my wife and myself in Stomach
Trouble and Dyspepsia that we
cannot, say too much in Its praise.
It is truly a wonderful water, and
we would not be without it."
VllM'.INIA MlNKItAl. SriUXOS I""
Gentlemen:?1 have used your
Aetna Lithla Water for a few weeks
past, ami desire to testify to its
n.most magic effect in relieving
conditions brought about by the
presence of uric acid.
1--. HAM LIN.
Pastor 24th Street M. E. Church,
New York City.
2r We have hundreds of other testimonials you
can read by calling at our office.
tor Sale by all IJrngKiNts x'1?1 St. (lair Bros., who
will deliver it at your door at 10? per gallon.
Virginia Mineral Springs Co.,
Commercial Bank Building. ROANOKE, VA.