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The Road to Klondike
is a long and hard one.
It's much easier to get
from 3'our grocer. Sold every?
where and cleans everything.
MADE ONLY BY
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chicago. St. LouiH. Now York.
Wc have, demonstrated, experts admit, nml every ono Is
convinced Mint ticouine WhituTopnit cannot bo detected from
real diamonds. White Topaz Ih tlio stone you have read no
much about. Thcouo that bus fooled the pawn brokers* Place
them Hide by side with Beuuiue diamonds und no one can tell
th?dltToreilce. Wc have sohl thousands of these stones nt
from one to ten do) hies, but in order to Introduce them quick?
ly as well as to Und out tlte advertising medium best suited
toour business, wc make this
Wo will send you a beautiful, brilliant,
genuine White Topaz, which cau bo mount?
ed In a ring, scarf or nccKilcpin, stud,cuff
buttons, locket or pair earrings, like any
article in this border on receipt of.
These stones are exactly tho same as
those wo have advertised at one dollar.
This Offer for a Few Days Only
Cut out this advertisement and send It
f >>s together with 'j."kr. In coin or stamps and wo will send you n
Win..' 'topaz by return mail; n stone that you can be justly proud of
and one ;.*.?t positively cannot be detected from a real diamond. In
ordering, b. are and state whether smali, medium or large stouois
desired. HO in.. " FILLED UHLtSS ACCOMPANIED BY THIS ADVERTISEMENT.,
hears no relation to other so-,., '-?d Iniltattnn diamonds no matter
under what name thoyaro advert.. They are the hardest of semi?
precious stones, Impossible to detOi *roni real diamonds and war?
ranted to retain their brilliancy. Ah . hers pale to Insignificance
when compared with White Topaz.
z to 1 .-I.-?Iii Us .brlllinrit-y nml
mountings to irlvu perfect
? will L-ivcyrvu Oiii'Tlinimond
Dollaralfyoucan ?how thai
hure ever reniMd to repine:
White Topex that was returned
DIAMONDc DUPLICATED IN
Royalty nml Uie four hundred
who own celebrated nml costly (
diamonds let In necklaces, tiaras, <
brooches, bracelet* nnd stnilei,)
keep them In Lurirlarpronl vnnlts.,
while they wear In public the exact
duplicates in White Topur. nml J
WHITt TOPAZ ARE 0000 ENOUGH f OR R0YAvTY| ARE THEY 0000 ENOUGH FOR YOU
VM^BBEl Oon't Miss St.
Send us Twentv-tive Cents in coin or stamps and you will
bo delighted with tho White Topaz that you receive.
MONEY REFUNDED IF COOD8 ARE NOT SATISFACTORY.
THE DflAMOND PALACE,
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLS.
HUMOR OF THE HOUR.
I got inn rested in nstronomy not
long ngo und bought n good sized tolo
scopo, which I mounted in tho eupola of
our lior.se und for several weeks inter?
est (1 myself making observations of tlm
star spangled heavens, in the course of
time I got tired of this pastime, hnw
evcr, and one evening after I had an?
nounced that 1 would make no mote ob?
servations my wife said sin- would go
up and make a few observations on her
Six: imd been up on tho roof rather
more than an hour, 1 fancy, when she
came down stairs, her face radiant with
"Well," I asked, "did you make any
"Did!?" she r.tl. "W< P., I should
"I suppose you have made snmo Im?
portant discoveries," I suggested sar?
"That's just what I have,'' said she.
"For instance?" 1 queried.
"Well, Mr. and .Mrs. Brown arc hav?
ing an awful row in their dining room. "
So that was her way of making obser?
vations, was it?
"Anything else?" 1 asked.
"Yes, .lack Barnstahlc is outwalk?
ing with that horrid grass widow
Tompkiiis (you need never invite him
lit re again). Milly Jones must be en?
gaged to Charley Oliver, for they uro
sitting on her back porch, and he has his
arm around her waist and is kissing
her" (they live at the other end of
town); "old Mr. Skinflint is cutting the
grass on bis lawn to Bavo 25 cents and
doing it in the dark so that no one will
see him; Mary Marks went down lo tho
postofllco and met Joe Harris (here and
went to walk with him, although her
father has forbidden her hnviug any?
thing to do with him; Mrs. Black's
washing is still ont, nud it is going to
rain; tlm Swifts have gone over to the
Bakers' and are playing cards, although
Mrs. Swift told me only yesterday that
she would never speak to Mrs. Baker
But I did not listen further.
I havo coiiio to tho conclusion that
n woman is practical in everything.?
Tom Hall in New York .Truth.
Scene?Newly married pair on brsnch
in park. Old gentleman, supposed to bo
He?My pretty- birdiol
Ht?My lambkin I
Old Gentleman (interrupting bru?
tally)?Can't you cull each other Noah's
arks and have done with it??Tit-Bits.
Meant tho Same Thrntr.
reived im invitation to a party which a
friend was about to give Tho invita?
tion had been written by tho small
hostess. Alter surveying tho uoto with
delight for a few minutes the recipient
"Papa, I wonder if it is a birthday
"Let me see the invitation."
After n brief inspection ho said:
"Yes, it must boo birthday party.
It begins, 'Your presents is desired.'"
"There's cue thing about .Tosiar,"
said the young man's feud mother,
"lie dees like work."
"He don't seem to git much of it
done," replied Farmer Corntosscl.
"Thai's just it. lie lingers over it
and lingers over it, like lie was scared
to death of losin it."?Washington
A Clevor Hoy.
A small boy, Rev. Dr. Lamhnth re?
lates, tensed bis father for a watch till
he was forbidden to mention tho matter
again. At family prayers next morn?
ing, when asked for his Scripture verso,
tho youngster repeated, "What I say
unto you, I say unto all?watch." ?
Chautaaqun Assembly Herald.
Sho Wan Sensitive.
"Widows arc so sensitive. Mrs. Mc
Fitz doesn't speak to me any more."
'' What is tho matter?"
"I told her I didn't like the wliito
dovo in her hat. It looked as if she
might have had it. left over from'dates
Ajar.' "?Chicago Record.
An Unrear.on.ablo Beast.
Professor?Margaret, plcaso take tho
cat our of the room. I cannot have it
making such a noise whilo I am at
work. Where is it?
Margaret?Why, sir, you are sitting
! on it.?Fliegeudo Blatter.
S >me Consolation.
MosoHayfOOt (the defeated one)?It's
not so had bcin cnllud, nftah all. I
don't show mah black'd eves laik I
would ef I wuz white.
Skipper?Did ye get tho prove.esious,
Angus?Aye, nyel A half loaf an
fouer bottles o' whisky.
Skipper?An what in tho wonrld
will yo bo doin wi' aal that bread??
Her First View of It.
"Mamma, is this u cocoannt?"
" Yes, ilcar. "
"Has it got milk in it?"
(Turning it about in her hand) "How
do you niilk it?"?Chicago Tribune.
The. ICi v-.iii.
Why do the night birds hi.d their sons
To mournful numbers the w?cl: nicht long?
1.1.1 Ii? Hi. ir .ii 1 !><.? 1- ....In 11.-Ol
FACTS IN A FEW LINES.
There, uro 8,379 Americans living in
Tho private estates of tho czar covor
1,000,000 squaro miles.
Thore aro always 20,000 straugerB
light seeing in London.
Out of GS,000 school touchers in Prus
lin only 9,000 are women.
Tho average number of doaths in Lon?
don is about G, 000 a week.
Three-fourths of all tho iron mined
in tho United States is shipped from
Furuituro from the United States of
ncurly every description can bo bought
Persian history claims that tho Per?
sians aro descended from Persons aud
During 189G thoro wero G.520 sui?
cides in tho United States, an increase
of 701 over 1895.
In central South Amorica eggs,
cocoanutB and chocolate pass as cur?
rency of tiro realm.
Indian elephants cannot livo in cen?
tral Africa, tho homo of a larger aud
moro hardy species.
Tho victims (if Judgo Lynch in 1S93
numbered 200. in 1894 190, in 1895
171 and in 189G 131.
Tho iron oro output of Minnesotn in?
creased from 02,000 tons in 1884 to
4,000,000 tons in 189G.
Tho annual product of Minnesota's
manufactures in 1800 was worth $3,
000,000; in 1S9G, $225,000,000.
Tho mines of Colorado have reached
an annual yield of upward of $39,000,?
000 in gold, silver, copper and lead.
Tho number of volumes circulated by
tho free librarh s of New York city dur?
ing the year is estimated at 1,500,000.
Tho nativo Australians aro said to
differ in several important respects
from every other raco of peoplo ou tho
Tho largest toiiacco crop in tho Ger?
man empire within 20 years was that
of 1895. It yielded 48.580 tons of dried
Tho largest encyclopedia work in ex?
istence is the Buddhist Tangym. It in?
cludes 225 volumes. Only four sets are
known to exist.
Thoro is a grnpeviuo nt Oys, Portugal,
which bears a sufflcieut amount of
grapes to make tin average of 150 gal?
lons of wiuo a year.
The public lands still vacant in this
country amount to over coo,000,000
acres without iucludiug Alaska, with
its 309,000,000 acres.
During the Indian famine of 1879-80
tho mint at Bombay received $12,000,
ooo worth of gold and silver ornaments
sold by tho natives for food.
Tho farther north the moro injurious
to the human system is tho use of coffee.
Groeulaudors have found it necessary to
prohibit its use by tho young.
A plant that grows in India, called
the Pbilotacea electrica, emits electric
epnrks. The hand which touches it im?
mediately experiences a shock.
Tho coroner of Cook county, Ills.,
held 2,435 inquests during 1890. Thoro
wcro 3U1 suicides, of which 126 were
by poison und 117 by shooting.
Tho Spaniards wero originally called
Hispanious. There is a tradition among
tho Spaniards that they aro descend?
ants of Tubnl, fifth son of Jnphot
In tho year 1895 Switzerland had !
2,008,104 native inhabitants and 290,
ooo resident foreigners, while 290,000
Swiss were living in other countries. I
Tho tnllestof trees are to be found in
tho state forest of Victoria, Australia.
They belong to the eucalyptus family
and range from 300 to 500 foot in height.
During 1890 Utah produced 8,501,
600 pounds of copper, 73,430,000 pounds
of unrefined lead, 8,728,705 ounces of
line silver and 93,890 ounces of fine
In Zulnland, when the moon is at the
full, objects are distinctly visible nt as
great a distance as seven miles. By star?
light only one can see to read print with
Colin, a celebrated bacteriologist, says
a single germ could, under favorable
conditions, multiply in threo days to
4,772.000,000,000 und muke a mass
weighing 7,500 tons.
A very extensive domestic industry
in Russia consists of tho manufacture
of wooden spoons, which aro made to
tho amount, of 30,000,000 annually.
They are. nearly all made of L,;rch.
In tile (icrmnu textile industry 1,017,
000 persons are employed. In 13 years
tho males decreased from 582,070 to
652,280. Their places huvo been filled
by females, whose number grew from
850,522 to 401,310 in tho samo period.
The strangest saloon in tho world is
:i tavern in Hondon, England. It stands
in the center of an old churchyard, and
ancient tombstones surround it. It is
many hundreds of years old and is tile
only licensed beer saloou in the neigh?
borhood of the graveyard.
Mention has been made of an inscrip?
tion just observed on a tomb in Conway
churchyard, England: "Hero lieth the
body of Nicholas Hocker of Conway,
gentleman, who was thu forty-first child
of his father. William Hocker, by Alice,
bis wife, and thu father of 27 children,
A new remedy was recently suggested
for cold iu the head. The treatment
consisted of a few light taps with a rub?
ber hammer on tho forehead just abovn
the root of tho nose. Tho discoverer of
this romedy claims that slight shocks
upon terminal nerves have the effect of
musing the blood vessels to contruct.
By actual measurement of 50 skele?
tons the right arm and left leg huvo
been found to bo longer in 23, the left
arm ami right leg in 0, the limbs ou
the right longer than those on tlm left
in 4, and in tho remainder the inequal?
ity of the limbs was varied. Only 7 CUt
?if 70 skeletons measured, or 10 per
cent, had limbs of equal length.
Breakfast 25 cents; dinner. 25 cents:
THE HAUGHTY HALLBOY.
And How llo Wn* Impertinent With the
Old Man?Is this tho oflico of Tho
ilnllboy (sizing him up)?You've
hit it. The cigar is yours.
O. M.?1 wuut to seo tho mauagiu
H. B.?I am tho mauagiu editor.
O. M.?Why, wh-what aro you out
in the hall fur?
H. B.?Heally, old ninu, that is my
business, but I don't mind giviu away
the snap. I'm out hero because it's
O. M. (smiling queerly)?You're
powerful young to have such a positiou.
H. 13.?This is gottin to bo a young
man's country. Now, old man, what
can I do for you? Speak up quick, for
my time is limited.
O. M. ? Writin editorials, I suppose.
II. B.?1 suppose I am, but you ueetl
not lot it keep you nwako nuy. What
you want? Go'n to advertise for hoard?
ers down at your farm?
O. M.?Not a bad ideo, but I didn't
?min fer that.
II. 11.?Well, what did you como for?
Do you want to lind out how to remove
freckles without n knife?
O. M.?No, fer I gen'ly san'paper
H. B.?Well, ntaybo you've got an
article on "Haow to Keep Hogs to
O. M.?Mebbo'I havo. You might
road it an ask fer a holiday.
II. B. ? Don't git sassy, old man.
What do you want?
O. M.?I want to find out why olliee
beys air apt to he so pert, an as I seo
my son, the mauagiu editor, is jest
coinin out o' tho ollicO I guess I'll ask
him. Hello, sou!
Managing Editor ? Hello, father!
H. B. ? 'Ullygoe! Guess I'll go down
in tho coniposin room an cool off.?
(Jliarles Battell Looinis in New York
Simple, hut Kfl'cctive.
"All the fellahs aro shaving off their
nitistawcbes. don't yon kuow. Do you
think I'd lcok bettuh with mine off?"
"Well, I hardly think I'd shave it
"Wouldn't yon, really?"
"No. I'd just puss a sponge over it. "
?Cleveland l'laiti Dealer.
As the Reason wore on there was in
cronseil bustle to bo noted throughout
tho shopping section.
What man would say to tho new
drapery could, of course, uot yet bo
guessed. Meanwhile, bowover, woman
was trying it on with great activity.?
Now York Pit s?.
Delayed by u Washout.
"You're getting iu pretty late." said
"Yes," said Iiis partner; "I was de?
layed by a big washout."
Having thus spoken, bo exhibited 025
ounces of gold, the result of tho washout
"Did yon know, " said tho man who
affects erudition, ' 'that 'Klondike'
means 'deer river?' "
"No," was the reply. "I didn't, know
it. But witli eggs selling at ?1.50
apiece I should say that was an appro?
priate name."?Washington Star.
The IllRcer Half.
"I cannot understand," said the
bachelor clerk, "why a mail's wifo is
called tho 'heiter half. ' "
"You would," said tho married
clerk, "if you had to divide your salary
witli one."?Cincinnati Enquirer.
Packed Without iiluss.
_TEN FOR FIVE CENTS._I
This spcrlnl form of lUpansTahulcslsproiiarcd
from I he original prescript ion, hut more ,-co man
tcally put up for tho purposo of meeting thu
universal modern deiunnd lor It low priee.
WUKOTIONS.?TaJcO one nt meal or bed
tune or whenever you feel poorly. Swallow It
\\ hole, with or w itliout n mouthful of water.
They euro nil stomach troubled ; Imnish pain ;
Indueosleepijnroloiut life. An invaluable tout.',
liest Spring Medicine. No luntter what's tho
mutter, om, will do you good. One gives relief -
n cure will result If directions uro followed.
The live-cent packages are not yet to lie had of
all dealers, although it is probable that almost
any druggist will obtain nsupply * hen requested
hy a customer to do so i but In any easo a slngi ?
carton, containing ten iahiiles. ? ill ls> sent, post
u_-e i>ald, to any address for live cents in stamps,
forwarded to the Itlpans (Ticinleal CO., No. ID
Kpruce St., Now York, t'ntil the goods we thor?
oughly introduced to Hie trade, agents nnd i? d
rtlcrs will to) supplied al u price which will allow
tio ii? a fair margin of profit, Tlx.: 1 dozen car?
tons foMO cents-by mad 15 cents. IS dosen (HI
cartons) for $4.:i2-l>y mall forSIJS. 6 gross (7*)
cartons) for S'-l'.M. SU gross W<**< cartons) for
$u?>. Cosh with tho order in every case, and
In j^ht orexprisscluegcsHt the buyer's cost.
AT NEXT YEAR'S PRICES.
) li tiss become an established nib In the bicycle '
i Im.ms thai ail wheels carried over frontons M-ason
) ! . the next must Is' sold then
I AI A linDUCED PRICE.
> Halber linn carry over 1837 Itamblem, Which we
) shall continue to manufacture in order to keep our
) 111 chanlc*busy mini ?i-nn ..n ls"JS Kambler*. wo
, will. v. bile they losi, sell iw: Laiiibl. rs at next year's
^ reduced price.
> Former Price, $Sn.
!v . .v ( Single?-, $65.00
? PRICE I No-21 (special), $75.0
' ' ( Tandems (all styles), $
1 1 0.00
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. \
W ASH INGTC". I). C. <
Roan?ke Cycle Co.. So!e Agents.
TRUSTEkS'^ATjE of valuable
Improved Real r.stat? ?Hy vlrtueof u.lud
of mist, dated 18th day of May, 1805, ami
rlulv recorded in the office of the clerk of
the hustings court for the < iiy of Roan
?ke. Virginia, indeed l?ook 1>7, page 181.
wh> reby Mary Rolling and her husband
eonvevrd the real estate hereinafter re
OtaOe), to.the undersigned trustees to
secure a certain 'bond or obligation of
Mary Boiling to The Iron Belt Building
and Loan Association of Hoanoke. Vir
ginia, and default bavitig been made
therein aud being directed by the said
beneficiary so to do. the undersigned
trustees will on 2ND DAY OF OCTO?
BER,'1897, at 12.15 o'clock p.m., oroceed
to sell In fioutof the court house in Koa?
noke City, Virginia, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, a certain lot of land,
with a desirable dwelling house and other
improvements thereon, situated on Pat
ton street, in the city of Koanoke, Va.,
and fronting on that street 50 feet, and
extending hack of that width 114 feet to
an alley; being known and designated as
lot No. 4, of section 3, according to the
map of the Hogers, Fairfax & Uoustou
addition 'o the city of Koanoke, Virginia.
TERMS?Cash.?There is due on said
bond $630.68, as of Auaust 31st, 1807.
11. S. TROUT,
C. A. McHUGH,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
Real F.state.?By virtue of a deed of
trust dated 15th of November, 1890, and
duly recorded in the office of the clerk of
the hustings court of the city of Roanoke,
Va., iu deed hook 07, page 430, whereby
James II. Graybill and J, M. Gibson
conveyed the real estate hereinafter re?
ferred to, and more fully described iu the
said deed (to which reference is hereby
made), to the undersigned trustees, to
secure a certain bond or obligation of said
.T. II. Graybill and J. M. Gibson to The
Iron Pelt Building and Loan Association,
of Koanoke, Va.. and default having
been made therein and bel?g directed by
said heneliciary so to do, the under?
signed trustees will on SATURDAY,
2ND DAY OF OCTOBER, IS'.iT. tu
12 o'clock nr., proceed to sell on
the premises iu Koanoke, City, Va., at
public auction, to the highest bidder, a
certain lot of land with a desirable dwell?
ing house aud otherimpiovements there
on,beginning at a point on the south side
of G?nter street, in the city of Koanoke.
Va., 300 foet west of Twelfth (or Seventh i
street, and measuring in front on said
Gilmer street 25 feet, and ox tend! ou back
of that width 10(5 feet more or less to an
alley. Same being a part of lands con?
veyed to said Graybill and Gibsou by G.
C. Moomaw, on June 21, 1800.
TERMS?Cash. There is due on said
bond $087.44, as of August 81st, 1*07.
II. S. TROUT, Trustee.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
land on south side of Roanoke river, op?
posite the city of Koanoke?As special
commissioners of the hustings court for
the city of Koanoke, an?' acting under
a decree of said court in the suit of Lu
cinda Howbert's executor vs. E. II.
Stewart and others, the undersigned will
oll'er for sale by public auction on tho
20th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1807. at 11
o'clock a. m., in front of the courthouse
of said city, the tract of land formerly
belonging to Luciudd llowbert, deceased,
lying on the south side of Roanoke river
and adjoining the land of the South Koa?
noke Land Company anil others. This
tract consists of 51 03-100 acres of land,
less 8-87 acres conveyed to the Norfolk
and Western Railroad Company as a part
of its belt line. For a description of said
land by metes and bounds, reference is
mnde to a deed executed on the .'list of
December, 1800, by the said Lucinda
llowbert to E. II. Stewart and others, of
record in tho clerk's ofllco of tho county
court of Koanoke county.
TERMS OF SALE?One-third of the
purchase money will be required iu cash
and for the residue bonds for equal por?
tions, bearing interest from date ami pay?
able in one und two years. The title of
the Ian'1 will be retained until all of th"
purchase money Is paid.
S. GRIFFIN, Commissioner.
The bond required by the decree lias
been executed. S.S. BROOKE,
COMMISSIONER'S SALE oh' VAL?
UABLE REAL ESTATE.?By virtue of
a decree entered by the corporation court
for the city of Roanoke, Virginia, on the
3rd ilav of August. 1807. if. vacation, iu
tho chancery cause therein peudicg,
styled New York National Building ami
Loan Assui lotion vs. .lane Donaldson et
als. t he undersigned commissioner named
in said decree will on MONDAY,the 27th
DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1S07. at 12
o'clock in . in front of the courthouse in
said c'tv. proceed to sell to the highest
bidder at 'public auction, that certain
panel of la nil lying in said city and de?
scribed as follows:
Beginning at a point on the west side
of Henry street 17.5 feet south of Kirk
avenue, thence with the west line of
Henry street in a southerly direction 52.5
feet to the middle of an alley, thence in
a westerly direction with the center line
of said alley 120 feet to a point, thence iu
a northerly direction 52.5 feet to a point,
thence in an easterly direction 120 feet to
place of beginning.
TIIOS. W. MILLED.
,Tno. E. Peck, nnct-ioneer
I hereby certify that Thon. \V. Miller,
commissioner, has" executed the bond
(with .approved ?ecurlty) as required by
the above mentioned decree.
S. S. BROOKE. Clerk.
BY Vi RTUE OF A DECKEE OF
the corporation court of the city of Roan
oke, Va., entered on the 1st day of July,
1807, in the chancery suit of Josiah
Friend's administratrix and als. vs. A.
P. Staple's, trustee, and als., the under?
signed as Bpeoia' commissioners appoint
ed l?v said decree will offer for sale in
front of the courthouse nt public auction
to the highest bidder at 12 o'clock noon
on the IGTH DAY OK SEPTEMBER,
)>.<"?. the following property situated in
the city Of Koanoke, Va., to-wit:
First. Beginning at a point on the
southwest corner of Campbell and Ran?
dolph streets, thence south 2 degrees 15
minute? west inn feet to a point, thence
north 87 deurees 15 minutes west 100 feet
to a point, theme north2degrees 15 min
utes east 100 feet tei a point, thence south
87 degrees 45 minutes east lOC feet to the
place of beginning.
Second. Beginning at a point on the
northwest corner of Campbell and Ran?
dolph streets, thence with Campbell street
north VS degrees west 100 feet to a point,
thence ncrth 2 degrees e>ast 100 feet to a
point, thence south 88 deurees east I DO
feet to Randolph street, thence with Ran?
dolph street S. 2 degrees west 100 feet to
the place of beginning and known as lots
IU), 111, 112 ami 113 in ward 5. According
to the map of the Koanoke Land and Im?
TERMS OF SALE CASH.
L. 11. COCKE,
M. I. COLEMAN,
1, S. S. Brooke,clerk of the corporation
court of Koanoke elt v.Yiruinbi, do hereby
certify that the bind required in above
ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY
IN BFFBCT Al'HIL 31, 1897.
I O Spring I ~"
.itI? Wal't Va.CoI'Ke WeatKnd,
HtAM Ml 1
Salem car runs between Terry hoi'ding and
Salem. F'.rtt cur Sundays ut 8:!M a. in.
Vlnten esr runs b"-veen Terry building and
YlntoB. Sundi ye- v.rft car S Ml a. m.
Norwich cur rurn< between Norwich and Union
Depot and connects with College car. Mindaye?
First car s:iu> a. m. Trips marked "n" will go
through to Norwich; ?I1 other trips hcfore il:(K)
p. m. will (top at Woodrums. All trips alter 3.00
p. m. will go ihroiie.li lo Norwich
lollcee car runs between C'oiiege and Union
D-pot via Mill Mountain and connects with Nor
Wrst Knd car rims between "H" ?treet tml
Ul Ion Depot
l'r> still stprlri; cur rtirs bet ween Crystal Spring
and Union Depot via Jllll MODOlatn I'irat car
bundays S:(0 a. in ; and briwren Crystal Spring
?um! Union Depot Tiu tUtebtill Park. First car
Franklin Road car run* between Terry bnlld
tnjlT and IIIt bland avenue r. w.
Knst Koanoke ear runs between Terry build?
ing und Lynchbu'K tvenne n. e.
itrken tor ride between Koanoke and Salem
can be purchased In Ko.mokc ai the lollowiLg
Vnugban'a ci^'ir stat d, Terry building.
Mascle'- I'haimacj, Sou h Jefferson street.
Ami at. Saiem Iroru Dtllsid .v. I'rtttlnger.
s. \V. I AM HON. 0- n'l Mgr.
OfUcc, Roomi its and ItO lerij li.nlulnf,.
WESTBOUND LEAVE ROANOKE
6:10 a. ni (Washington atitl Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, intermediate sta?
tions and the South and West. Pull?
man sleepers to New Orleans and Mem?
phis. Connects at Radford for Blue
tleld and Pocahontas.
4:20 p. m., the Chicago Express for Rad?
ford, Bluelield, Pocahontas, Keuova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City. Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Koanoke to
Columbus. Also for Pulaski, Wythe
ville, Bristol, Kuoxville, Chattanooga
and intermediate points.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
From Norfolk 7:50 a. m.;4:10 p. in.
From Hngerstown 7:50 a. in.; 4:05 p. m.
From \\ instou 1:15 p. in.
From Bristol and the West 1:33 p. m.:
10:80 p. m.
NORTH AND EASTBOUND. LEAVE
1:50 p in. for Petersburg, Richmond and
1:45 i>. m. for Washington, Hngerstown,
Philadelphia and New York.
10:-l5 p. in. for Richmond and Norfolk,
Pullman sleepers Koanoke to Norfolk
and Lynchburg to Richmond,
10:45 p. m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited? for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York. Pullman
sleepers to Washington via. Sheimn
doah Junction and Baltimore and Ohio
Durham Division?Leave Lynchhurg
(Union station)*daily, except Sunday,
4:00 p. ni. for South Boston ami Dur?
ham and intermediate stations.
Winston Salem Division?T/?ave Koanoke
(Union station) 4:30 p. m. and
7:30 a. ni. daily, except Sunday (Camp?
bell street station), for Rocky Mount,
Martinsvitle, Winston Salem and Intel
For all additional Information apply
at ticket office or to W. B. Bevlll, General
Passenger Agent, Koanoke, Va.