BROAD AND ? E T FAULKNER CO.,
FIRST STS. The Daylight Cash Store.
We are Agents
A Money Saving Triumph.
BARGAINS AS CERTAIN AS TO-flORROW'S SUN.
?? jESULTS aro tho strongest convincer?. Our advertisements only begin in the
-?S. papers ; the strongesl pari of them is in their fulfillment in giving values
Sejg) that force recognition as genuine bargains that win appreciation and instill
confidence. We ask you to read prices, and be among the first here Monday.
Colored Dress Goods.
Special In nil colors Is a 40
lnch Eternine, worth 39c, for
All colors In a Mie.
Veiling, corded, for...
? full Hnn of Lining Silks, ?G?
all the best shades, only_ OUL,
and figures, 24 luchos wide, for
A G/V?. Etnmlno, 40 Inches
wide, for Monday nt.
Tho 69c, quality Black end While
Striped Mohair, 40 Inches wide, AQ
has been reduced to. "PC
Bargains No. 1.
10c Ducks for 5c.
The b?jst quality Duck that ever sold
at 10c. In dots, s-trlpos nnd rings, In
light and dark grounds.
Bargain No. 2.
Andro?cogglii Blenched Cotton (.?
for Monday, per yard. "**?
Bargain No. 3.
Windsor Perule at 5 3-4c.
A full yard wldo; you know thoso
oro tho best 12',4e. quality, for Mon?
day only at this price.
Spring Tailored Suits, light weights,
a good oloth, well made, blouse Jack?
et, trimmed In brnld and silk drope,
with full well-made skirt, that
?old for $10; a wondor
A Nobby Suit well-tailored, blouse
trimmed In braid and silk drops, turn?
back cuffs; ? full skirt, plaited, trim?
med to match; this le ono of our
$20 Jackets, postillion back, with tabs,
specials for Monday d* f ? C(\
Well-Tailored Suits, summer weight;
nil black. Jacket lined with silk sorgo,
a well-made full skirt, our
low price was $14, now....
A fine Oxford In white and plnJn
colors, that sold at 12>?a., for Q^,
Monday at. VI?
Mercerized Oxfords In etrlpes nnd
cheeks, thnt sold for BOo., for le
Monday at. -fc-OL.
331 Per Cent. Off.
A Mercerized Zephyr, In a full line
of colors; a rogular 2,r>c. fabric, J ?Zn
A Queen at 1 Oc.
A Ano Long Cloth, fine light weight
and soft finish, exceptionally ohoap.
331 Per Cent Off.
Fino Madrosi B2 Inches wide, in nar?
row stripe nnd plain effects, 1 1/->
that sold at 17c, Monday price I I C?
Mercerized White Fabrics for shirt
waists nnd suits, not a mercerized
finish, but thoroughly mercerized bo
fore it was woven; sold from | Q-,
2Tie. to .tile, Monday's cash price ' VI?
A BIG LACE CURTAIN SALE.
Here is ? long story cut short : Recently we took advantage of a forced sale and bought eight
hundred pairs of lace curtains, which we will retail below wholesale prices. To-morrow the sale
begins. This is your chance to lay in a supplv for future needs. Don't miss it.
A RS-lnch Nottingham Curtain, 8V4
yards long, worUi $2.25, for
$1.00 a Pair. ?
A GO-lnch Brussels ???, UVfe yards
long, worth ?5.60, for
$3.75 a Pair.
A 62-Inch Ruffle Boblnette Curtain,
?lA yards long, worth $2.25, for
$1.50 a Pair.
Orators for the Semi-centen?
nial of Roanoke College
SOCIAL LIFE IN SALEM
Mr. Kiusic Kim, of Seoul, Korea to
Graduate as Bachelor of Art??Fes?
tivities Arranged for Com?
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
8AI1EM, VA-, May 8.?A Joint meeting
ot the scientific societies of Virginia col?
lege and Roanoko College waa held in tho
ball of the Demonthenean Literary So?
ciety in Salem last evening. The sub?
jects of tho papere read, and tholr readers
were: "IJoAnimals Reason?" Miss Moss,
of Louisiana; "Salt and Its Physiological
Uses,"'Mr! H. P. Mann, of Pennsylvania;
"The Great Alpino Tunnels," Mr, D. N.
9*pe, of North Carolina; "Tho Antiquity
Of Man," Miss RaU-burg, of Louisiana.
The social foaturos of the programme con?
sisted of a quartetto oomposed of MessrR.
Pope, Oreax, Moyer and Mann, who sang
?'Kentucky Babe;" nolo, "The Holy City,"
by Miss Lucas; violin solo, Mr. K. B. Pat?
terson; a recitation by Miss Folkoe, teach
EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
' Promoters of Low Prices on High-Grade Furnishings.
with or without
Everything Reliable-The Best for the Money,
_Qualities Unsurpassed-Prices Unequalled.
1M? Prices Talk.
1 ' Mattings
PARLOR. CHAMBER, AND DINING-RQOM FURNITURE.
ROTHERT ? CO., Fourth [jMBroad Sltre^
er of expression In Virginia College; solo,
"Under tho Shade of tho Palm," Mlns
Llndley; solo, "Asthoro," by Mr. Moyer.
Tlie faculty of Roanoko College has an?
nounced the speakers from tho grad?
uating class who will deliver orations at
the semi-centennial commencement in
June. Thoy nro Virgil Grolner Copen
havor, of Vlrginln, subject, "Tho Utili?
tarian Trend of Education; Klusic Klmm,
of Seoul, Korea, subject, "Russia In the
Far East;" Herman Paul Mann, of Penn?
sylvania, subject, "Organization of Social
Forces;" Errell Hogan Orear, of Missouri,
subjtjct, "Co-oporation in Church Activi?
ty;" Llttoll Gwlnn McClung, of Virginia,
subject, "The Louisiana Purchase."
A small but enjoyable german was giv?
en in the Hotel Crawford last night. Tho
dancers were Miss Katie Dillard with Mr.
J. P. Jones, Miss Nannie Logan with Mr.
S. Patterson, Miss Mary Caperton with
Mr. R. S. Funk, Miss Irma Killlnn with
Mr. C. B. Preston, Miss Shoppard with
_Lr. Lylo McClung, Miss Mattle Rowan
wlthi Mr. Royal Cannndny, Miss Roxle
LMUard with Mr. Robt, Gallaway, Miss
Grace Wiley with Mr. Lorlck, Miss Min?
nie Bowyer with Mr. Wytho Peyton, Miss
Bertha. Altlzor with Mr. John Logan,
The dance wns led by Messrs. Georgo
J-iOgan and Llttoll McClung.
The Junior German Club has been or
ganlzod horn with Mr. J. P. Jones as
president and Mr. R. S. Funk as treas?
urer and general manager.
Germans will bo given once a week.
Missen Mary and Nora Shnnks will
entertain tho Social Club on next Thurs?
day evening nt tho home of their moth?
er on Brond Streot. Tills meotlng of tho
club Is looked forward to with much
enjoyment by the members.
Arrangements aro being mado for the
commencement germana of Roanoko Col
lego. 'Hiere will bo four, nnd they will
be danced In tho Town Hall. An unus?
ually large, number of young Indios will
bo here In Juno to attend tho somi-conten
nial exercises of Roanoko College, and
tho dances will bo larger than any held
for a number of years.
Roanoke Colloso will havo among Its
graduates this commencement Mr. Kluslc
Klmm, of Seoul, Korea, who Is the sec?
ond ono of that nntlon to take thr> de?
gree of Bachelor of Arts In any college,
the first being Mr. Kill Bating Surh, who
graduated here in 1S98. Mr. Kimm Is a
bright young man and a fluent speaker,
/imi his graduating oration cui "Russia
In the Far East" is looked forward to
A Fire in the Woods Behind a Church.
(Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.)
SCOTT SVIIL.EE, VA;, May 9.?Farmers
nre busy planting corn just now, and
being bettor prepared for the work than
usual, speak hopefully of the prospect of
a good crop.
? fire broke out In the woods bnck of
the First Baptist Church, colored, ono
day this week, and for a whllo seemed
hard to control, but was finally put out
after a good deal of trouble. It was
thought to hnvo been caused by some ono
smoking in the woods.
Mr. George Patterson, of (Buckingham,
was a guest of his ssltor, Mrs. Nannio
Gllmer, recently. .
Miases Battio Mathews and Eva Pow
ors visi lesi Scottsvlllo on Tuesday.
Mr. Jnmes Page will take charge of tho
Omohundro llvory stable shortly.
Mr. Walter Camdon, of Buckingham,
wns In town this week,
Mr. Martin Moon, of Richmond, was
here on the 8d.
Mr. Robert Blackburn, who has been
II with the mumps, Is Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scott, of War?
ren, visited the town on Wednesday.
Senator V, C. Moon was In Scottsvlllo
ON ?EW LAW
Negroes Wrathy Because they
Have to Pay License Tax.
THE PEA CROP A FAILURE
Pessimistic View of the Fishing Busi?
ness and the Bottom Drops Out of
the Crab Market?Mr. Morris
a Modern Job.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
YORKTOWN, VA., May 9.-Tho new
Constitution, with all of its wonderfully
now and up-to-dato provisions, ^especially
In the line of Stato assessments. Is quito
a conunurum to f??i usual folks, tho coun?
try darky especially. Slnco the ailvent
of the first day of the month, tho limit
of operation of tho tnx law, developments
have been exceedingly Interesting to the
sabio Virginian. Tho butcher, tho bar?
ber, tho pop-shop keeper, havo all boon
mado to dive well down Into their pockets
nnd bring forth the rusty dollar for a
contribution to tbo Stute treasury. Ped?
dlers of meat, vegetables, fish and all the
other necessaries of life, have all been
called upon to swell the funds of the
Commonwealth by half a hundred dol
Inrs. To a Judge of human naturo, the at
titudo those people assume is quite amus?
ing, talk a brass band clenn out of sight,
defiant as they cnn well be,'and others
meek as' Moses, pay tbo cash In with
a hearty good will, nr go entlroly out
of the business. If nil the impr?3catlons
which have been heaped' upon the bonds
of tho gentlemen who framed tho now
organic law were collected In a receptacle
big enough to hold them, tbe bottomless
abyss of satan's domain would be a mln
Inturo beside it, nnd tbe atmosphere of
lindos, be a summer resort, compared
with the volumo of sulphurous threats
which hn/ve emanated from the minds and
mouths of the Afro-American.
THE PEA CROP.
Tho pea crop, which has begun to
be picked, the pnst week, bldS'falr to be
even mqre of a failure tbnn was expected,
tho percentage of lo>?s ns estimated by
prominent farmers nnd truckers has been
placed ns low now ns "d per cent. They
claim that one-fourth of a crop will
be ns big a 'yield as cnn possibly be ex
roeted. Some truckers will be well
enough satisfied to mnko enough peas to
handle tho crop and pay for the seed, not
expecting to be able to clear anything at
all. This Is due mostly to the ravages
of tho pea louse, whoso destruction has
been attempted in many ways, but with?
out success. The terrible devastation
which these parasites manngo to accom?
plish is truly wonderful and seemingly
beyond reach of any care for The evil.
Potatoes are rhbre promising thnrr~WHs
oxpocted two weeks ngo, nnd baring fur?
ther nccldents or draw-backs, some few
may.yet Tre made, although tho crop aa
a general thing1, ls very much hurt, and
when harvested will show a large per
cent. o7 loss.
THE BOTTOM DROPPED OUT.
An Interesting.? more startling than
otherwise, condition of affairs exists
among tho fishermen. The bottom seems
to havo dropped but entirely of the sea?
son and left tho pound men with less than
nothing for a remembrance of the sea?
son of 1003. No. catches of. any size what?
ever have been made,! thero bolng abso?
lutely none to catch, ? tho fishermen be?
ing nfraid, ns one ofithelr number said
rorentlv, to lift their nets';-? not caring to
meet the ?leep nnd bitter disappointment
of finding nothing. Right along this
line nlso is noticnable the deplorable con?
dition of the crab market. Fifty cents
a barrel In Baltimore Is nil that can
bo realized for tho crustaceau, which
makes tho business of crabbing prohibi?
Tho United States training ship Albana
Is expected hero at nny moment from
sen. for a period of ten or fifteen days'
chance at gunning practice. She was
due here on tbe 7th.
A MODERN JOB.
Mr. D. W. Davis, tho modern "Job,"
who was so exceeding unfortunate as
to lose his house and contents by fire In
tho lnst of the winter, was unfortunate
enough to have the same fate in the re?
cent great conflagration nt Wost Point.
His trouble here consisted In the loss of
a houso also by the great fire. Certainly
tho trial of a Job beset this man at
every turn of the road.
Dr. Earnest R. Martin, of Grnfton, ac?
companied by the Rev. J. W. ' Baker,
pastor of tho Methodist circuit, left here
yesterday for Campbell county, the home
of his fiancee, Miss Mnttle Eppos Asher.
The wedding takes place on the 1-ih.
Dr. Martin Is originally of Fluvanna.
but has been stationed for the past few
years at Grafton, where he expects to
reside in the future.
Lebanon Christian Church held the
postponed exercises of Its regular Easter
entertainment on Sunday last. The pro?
gramme was an excellent ono, thu fea?
tures of the occasion being tho vocal
priHluctlons of Mrs. ?. H. Stryker and
Miss Indiana Bryan. Rev. Dr. Glaascock,
of Petersburg, who was expected to ad?
dress the ?.colisi?n, was detained away,
his place being accoptablv filled by Mr.
Pocahontas Smith, of Denbelgh. Quite
a nleo collection was realized for the
benefit of mission work.
Mr. J. J. Whispell, of Tallahassee, Fla.,
and Mr. M. M. Puller, of West Point,
wero visitors bore during tho week.
Sale of Town and Country Property.
News and Gossip.
(BpecUil to Tlie Tlmce-Dliioutcli.)
B?LEM, VA., May 9.?Miss Inoz Ship
man has returned from Albeinarle county,
Va., where sho has been teaching during
the past sossion,
Attorneys L. C. Hansbrough and J. S.
linor have sold their farm on Back Creek,
tills county, to Mr, L, D. Bell, of the
county, for $5,500.
Miss Rosnlynd EYons Is the guost of
friends and relativos In Bristol.
Miss .Mary Caperton, of Union, W. Va.,
Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Smcad, on
Miss Anna Coster, of New York city,
ban arrived hero to spend the summer at
ihe homo of Mrs. J, P. Saul, on tho Uoul
Mrs. Rachel Vawtor, of Blacksburg, Is
tbr guest ?if her pnrents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tilomas Henderson, on Main Streot.
Mr. Holl?n? Hubnrd, who has a lucra?
tive position in the Stato of Montana, Is
here for u stay' with his parents, Rev.
and Mrs, E, W. llubard.
Dr, P. II. Martin, pastor of tho Balem
Baptist Church, will leave to-morrow for
Savannah, Ga., whore ho will attend the
Southern Baptist Convention. Rov, Mr.
Martin will bo accompanied by his wifo.
Attorney J. S. Baor has sold his hand?
some residence on Broad Stroot to Cap?
tain Adam (liben, of Monroe county, W.
Vn. Tim purchase prlco was $1,000 cash.
Captain Olbon will move his family to
Salini in Juno.
General Superintendent John II. Par?
r?n, or tlie American Coal Company, of
New York, has moved his family from
j,cpaconlng, Mtl.. to Salom, and will mnko
bis homo bore. Mr. PniTott Is having bis
pretty resilience on Broad Street nnd tho
grounds ? round It considerably beanti
lied and improvod.
Colonel A. M, Bowman, commissioner
to (ho Louisiana Purchase Exposition,
and Mr. J C. l.angliorno, have returned
to Hak?n from St. .Louis, where they wit?
nessed tho grandeur of the dedication ex
erclsea of tho World's Fair.
Itev. ?'. .A. Russell,-rector of Emmanuel
Episcopal. church, Jn Bristol, Tenn., is
now holding a mission In St. Paul's
Church bere, 'ita ia an earnest and forc?
uti,? minister,- and his'preaching1 ls draw?
ing excellent congregations. On Friday
night Bishop A. M. Randolph, of this dlo
<?? so, will be here and will hold confirma?
tion t??jrvlc?_i at St. I'aul'?.
About Piano Prices. |
Don't pay an exorbitant price for a good piano
or a low price for a poor one !
Tho artistic STIEFF is tho FAIREST PRICED high-grado piano in tho world.
It is the world's Standard ! And its price is no?thor ono extremo or the other.
Wo make tho stleff and sell it direct from the factory at actual cost of production,
plus one fair, reasonable profit, Buyers of tho Stleff realize that tho saving of
the between profit?that profit the dealer has to make when ho buys from tho
manufacturer?is left out of tho Stleff price. I
The sweet, mellow tone which distinguishes it?the wonderful, lasting I
singing quality?assure for
The Artistic STIEFF Piano
tho friendship of tho cultured musician. It is (he Ideal piano for tho homo and
tho favorito instrument for concort work.
We have on exhibition in our window
1 Conover-o 2 Kingsbury Uprights ?
that we'll sell at ridiculously low prices! i
By " ridiculouslj low " we mean that the pricos WE ask for them aro con?
siderably lower than their makers ask. We accepted them as part pay on throe
. queenly STIEFFS, and they're absolutely as good to-day as thoy woro tho day ?
they left tho factory. And if thoy were worth then what their makers sold them "
for, thoy certainly are (or ought to bo) worth just as much to-day, for they've ?
been in use but a very short timo. Below we give a brief description of them. 1
If you want fuller particulars wo will bo glad to give them. "
A $350 Kingsbury
It was bought about three
months ago. There's not a
mar or scratch on it. Ac?
cepted as part pay on an
A $500 Conover
Best walnut case. Has
been in use but a few months.
Positively as good as new.
Accopted as part pay on an
A Kingsbury Upright
Mahogany case. Positively
can't bo told from a brand
new instrument. Accepted
as part pay on an artistic
STIEFF. Wo are eager to
?fey 431- E. Broad St. J. E. DUNBAR, Manager. (3
Splendid Estate Passes Into
Hands of Samuel Janney.
WARE PARISH VESTRYMEN
A Boy Seriously Injured by the Kick of
a Horse?Twelve Branches of the
Woman's Christian Temperance
(Special to Tbe Timm-DlKpntch.)
GLOUCESTER C H-, VA., May 0.?Mr.
Biunuel Jannoy, of Maryland, hau bought
"Cary'e Brook," the farm belonging to
Mr. C ?E. Cary. It Is genorally conceded
that Mr. Jannoy haa gotten possession of
on?i of the best Improved farms In Glou?
cester. Mr. Richard Jannoy, brother of
Mr.? S. Janney, bought tha "Roaring
Springs," a Ano old place near Cary'e
Brook, sevorul years ago. Illa brother
thus had an object lesson of tbo value of
Mr. Cary Is building a handsome resi?
denci, In Gloucester, und In tho Interim
of tlio salo and moving Into tho house,
will rent Mr. Ware's homo in tho village.
The following gentlemen were elootod
vc-strymen on Wodnesday for Waro Par?
ish: Messrs. C. E. Cary, Thomas Benson,
Lewis Byrd, P, C. Catlett, Snowden Hop
kins, W. O, Perrln, John Tabb, Judgo J.
L. Tallaferro, Isuac Sllngluff and W. S.
KICKED BY A HORSE.
Ilughos Voir, tho son of Mr. Weir, of
Gloucester Courthouse, was kicked In tha
fuco by a horso Sunday ovonlng and vory
seriously hurt. Tho hemorrhage which
followed was stopped with groat difficulty
by Dr. W. T. Jones,
Mrs. James Duncan haa returned to
Air. Mtmford, of tho L, C. Munford
Bunking Company, was In Gloucester
Monday, This bank 18 doing a line bus
Mr, John Tyler Seawell has returned to
Mrs. Newton, after organizing twelve
branches of tho Woman's Christian Tem?
perance Union in Gloucester, crossed over
to York county to-day to carry on the
good work In that oounty.
Mrs. J. P. Freeman nnd sons, Carroll
and Blllupa, left Saturday for Norfolk,
whore they will Join Mr. Freeman, who
Is one of tlio llrst officers In tho M, and
M. Company, and accompany him on
his trip to Provldenco, R. I.
Mr. C R. Burton, of Newport New?,
spent severe! days last week with his
brother. Robert T. Burton, at "River?
side," North River.
Henry Wllklns, who has recently been
the guest of his sister, Mrs. John Lan.
tiers, nt North Auburn, has returned to
Captain W. B. Nelson is having a spa?
cious dwelling erected, which will add
greatly to our town's appoarance.
Rev. Jack Seay and wife are' ?'at
??????" to their friends at Mobjack, wliere
they have recently begun housekeeping.
J. D? Elms, of tho West Point Oyster
Company, spent several duys at C. ?.
Brown's last week, lie was looking after
fcls oyster? planted, In North River?
Wo make no exceptions
when wo assert that
THREE JARS OP
will positively euro any case of
piles, no matter of how long
standing. You must confess
that wo have unlimited con?
fidence in our Tannopiline, to
say nothing of nerve, when wo
offer the sum of $5.00 for any
case three jars fails to cure.
Remember, we do not require
a physician's certificato.
$1.00 per Jar.
3 Jars, $3.00.
Tannopiline Manufacturing Co.
For Sale by
OWENS & MINOR
OF FINE FABRICS.
Facilities for French cleaning fine
fabrics . unsurpuiised, embracing
evory urtlcle', from the? ??????" on
the head to the slippers on thu
MRS, A, J, RYU,
Proprietor Richmond Steam Dye?
ing, Scouring und Cai-pot Clean?
ing Works, No. 315 N. Fifth
St. Write for booklet.
710 Main Street.
Blue-Flame Oll Stoves,
Ovens for Stoves,
Hose, Hose, Hose,
, Garbage Cans,
Oil, Oil, Oil,
All Kinds of Stoves
Orders from the Country
Given Prompt Attention.
710 Main Street. '
,,(Estab'd I860. Incorp'd 1903.)
l&th' & Broad to 15th & draco Sta.
Manufacturers of ? '
? ARCHITECTURAL IRON
AND GENERAL? CASTINGS.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
Our machine shop Is thoroughly
equipped, f^.nd repair work will ro
?celve Immediato attention.: f ?:
ENGINES and BOILERS CARRIED
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