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?Of your looking Uko a backwoods
?uian, when you cnn get clothes to
?fit you like mine.
Fit Right!
Price Right!
Trimmed Right!
Everything Right!
Your Mouey Hack if You Are Not
Great Variety to Select From on Sale To?
morrow. See Our Windows for
Startling Values!
The popular Suits this week will be $10;
tut I bavo them from $5 to *25.
You know what this means?GOODS
to sell again.
Sncccesor to Jcs. Cohn.
The Pioneer Agents,
Represent the largest foreign and
American companies*.
Twenty years' experience as agents and
adjusters; also issue surety bonds.
Ofllce: 106 Jcilcrgon street.
of testing the curative efTects of Ely's
Cream Halm, the most positive cure for
Catarrh known. Ask your druggist for
a 10 cent trial size or send 10 cents; we
will mail ;t. Full size SO cents.
ELY BROS., ?d Warren St., N. Y. City.
My son was nftlicted with catarrh. I
induced him to try Ely's Cream Halm and
the disnareeable catarrh smell all left
him. Ho appears as well as any one.?J.
C. Olmstcad, A reo hi, 111.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 23 cents. Meal tickets, ?1. I am
using Armour's Chicago meats, which
are tho best. j. J. Catogni's restaurant.
Our ijtt and $10 cmicltus are beauties.
Why not give us your order for one:
The E. II. Stewart Furniture Company.
Coming and Going.
J. H. Dickcrson left on the. noon train
yesterday on a visit to Lynchburg.
? Cant. M. C. Peltoti, of Christiansburg,
was ? visitor to the city yesterday.
R. C. Edwards, of Richmond, district
superintendent of Pullman Company,
was in the city yesterday.
Col. \V. B. Shelor, of Floyd county,
was a guest of his son, 11. C. "Shelor, on
Henry street.
John Booth, who hns been visiting his
father on Eighth nvenue. has returned to
his home in Philadelphia.
Blueficld Telegraph: T. S. Konnerly, of
Roauoke, who has been visiting his sis?
ter, Mrs. Ii. L. Bass, for the past few
days, left on No. 3 last night for Denver,
Col. R. M. Baldwin is oack from a bus
iness trip to Roanoke.
Col J. II. Derbyshire, of Richmond,
Southern manager of the Domestic. Sew?
ing Machine Company, was in the city
Miss Susie Rucker, of Martinsville,
spent last night at Virginia College and
will leave to-day on a visit to Richmond.
Gustave Pabst, of the Pabst Brewing
Company, Milwaukee, Wis., was in the
city yesterday visiting John Gleson, of
the Virginia Brewing Company.
Col. J. Hampton H?ge has returned
from a trip to Southwest Virginia.
Mrs. M. Hanger, of Staunton, is visit?
ing Mrs. Jos. Hunter on Franklin road.
Mr. and Mrs R. M. Gardner, who have
been visiting Mr. Gardner's sister, Mrs.
S. H. Iloge. left yesterday for their home
in Christiansburg.
Miss Florence Leary, who has been
studying music in Baltimore during the
past winter, has returned home.
R. W. Prince, of Richmond, is on n
visit to his father in law, Rev. Dr. Win.
H. Mende, rector of St. John's Episcopal
J. K. McClaugherty, who is extensively
engaged in the fruit canning business at
Springwood, liotetourt county, was in
the city yesterday.
Dr. .Tos. L. Estes, cf Eastman, Ga.,
who has been taking a special course in
New York, is spending a few days with
bis sister, Mrs. A. G. Chewning, on Elm
avenue, before returning South.
Mrs. Sarah Ellis, who has been visiting
her son, J. It. Ellis, of this city, returned
to her home in Southampton county yes
J. R. Collingwood, "formerly of this
city, but now ot Philadelphia, was in the
city yesterday.
Several of the members of the various
committees appointed to attend the meet?
ing of the State central committee, left
last night for Richmond.
One second-hand piano, 7 octaves, in
perfect oriler and tune and fully warrant?
ed, for $125, on .-J5 per mouth. Hobbie
Piano Co. warerooms, Salem avenue, near
Commerce street.
Iloughton. Mich.. May If.?Forest Hies
have been raging in the upper part of the
peninsula during the day. Many small
towns in the lumber districts are in dan?
ger, and everybody has been called out to
light the flames. Millicus of dollars of
damage has already been done.
Bicycles at Yost-Huff Co's.
If You Want a
Or advertising matte
EXACTLY what y(
help you with a sugj
to the phraseology,
most desirable point
odd years' EXPER1
The Stone Printing
110-112-114 North Jefferson Street, RO
EDW. L. STONE, President.
find brine it to my store on Jeffor- J
son street nnd it will be accepted <
as FIVE PER CENT, payment on <
any bill you may mnko.
Martlnsburc, W. Va., May 18.?Wil?
liam Hill, a colored man, was shot and
killed here to-day while resisting arrest
by W. M. Hollis, deputy sheriff. When
tho deputy sheriff attempted to make the
arrest, the negro, who was a powerful
man, shot at him twice, narrowly rriss
iiiR him, the powder burning his face.
Hollis returned the lire, shootng the man
twice in the body and killing him in?
stantly. Hill had been raising a disturb?
ance with another colored man over a
game of crap.
Fredericksburg, Va., May 18.?Yester
day Luther Davis was bantering with
Henry E'lett, both colored boys, when
Ellett told Davis be would shoot him if
he diil not stop. Ellett then went into
the house and returned with an old shot
gun. Davis said "that old gun won't
shoot," but Ellett pulled the trigger. The
gun went off and filled Davis' face and
neck full of bird shot. Officer Robiusou
arrested Ellett nnd lodged him in jail and
this morning Mayor White fined him $10
for shooting in the city. It was shown
the shooting was not malicious. Davis
will recover.
Clarksburg, W. Va., May 18.?The
statement is made by warm, personal
friends of ?.lovernor George 'Wesley Atkin?
son that be will wed in June, Mrs. Myra
Camden, of Clarksburg, well known all
over the State because of her social prom?
inence. She is the widow of the late
Judge G. D. Camden, of Clarksburg, and
for years as Miss Myra Horner w?ts the
reigning belle of Harrison county.
Having been nominated by the Repub?
licans of the Fifth ward to represent that
ward in the City Council, I respectfully
solicit the support of the voters of the
ward at the election to be held Thursday,
May 27. Wr. R. MILLER.
l Circular
r of any kind, and don't know
ju DO want, perhaps wc can
jestion?maybe only a word as
the color of the paper, or the
to be brought out. Twenty
:ENCE doing that very thing.
; and Mfg. Co.
Insure Your Property .
In The Commercinl Union
Iusuranco Co. of London.
Lawrence S. Davis,
IiiHurimce, Si Campbell St.
His Prospective Bride Was Virginia's
Sponsor at Birmingham Reunion.
Baltimore 'May 18.?Mr. Douglas II.
Gordon, one of the most popular members'
of local society, is to become a benedict.
The prospective bride is Miss Li/./.ie
Clark, of Newport News, Va. She is said
to be one of the handsomest women in
Virginia, Miss Clark, like her prospec?
tive husband, is engaged in the newspaper
business, and is the publisher of the
Daily Ticket, of Newport News.
~ller beauty is remarkable and It was
because of that striking characteristic
that she was chosen to represent the State
of Virginia at the reunion of tue Confed?
erate Veterans at Birmingham, Ala.,
three years ago. The ceremony will take
place on June lid. Mr. Gordon is a
brother of linn. Basil B. Gordon, of Vir?
For all your troubles take Mayapplc
Tonic liver pills. For a spring tonic take
Stone's Sarsaparllla, 7? cents per bottle,
as large as Hood's, and guaranteed to be
as good. SAM STONE,
Druggist, 112 Salem avenue.
Just received a large line of enamel
beds that we are olTcrinir at rock-bottom
prices. Tue E. H. Stewart Furniture
Two years ago R. J. Warren, a drug?
gist at Pleasant Brook, N. Y., bought a
small supply of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. He sums up the result' as* fol?
lows: ''At that time the goods were un- j
known in this section; to-day Chamber?
lain's Cough Remedy is a household j
word." It is the same in hundreds ot
communities. Wherever the good quali- i
ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy be- ]
come known the people will have noth?
ing else. For sale by II. C. Harnes, "He
puts up prescriptions."
25c per pound.
Ill JoflerHon Street.
?I'lionn 111. '
C, F. BLOUNT, Manager.
The Only First-class fS3 Bouse In Town. Newly Papered and Tainted.
Klectrlc Lights and Bell? la Each Itooni. Capacity ISO.
J. J. COX, Proprietor,
Baggage Transferred Free..... Opposite Passenger Depot.
Also We Have Recently Attached to Our Hotel a First-class
Lunch Counter "That Will Please The Most Fas?
tidious. Our Specialty is York Rivor
Oysters on the Half-Shell.
Norfolk, May 18.?When Assistant Sec?
retary of the Navy Roosevelt reaches the
Norfolk yard Wednesday on his tour of
inspection, he will be waited on by a
large delegation of work*nen, who have
grievances on the score of discrimination
nuainst them in'the distribution of work.
The yard is now employing more than
one-third of its working force, and an
ellort will also be made to secure some
construction work to be done here The
point will be made that the large force of
skilled mechanics gathered hero by the
government are compelled to go to Phila?
delphia, Newport News and other private
shipyards owing to the scarcity of em?
ployment at the Norfolk yard.
You "eed life, fire and accident insur?
ance. See Lanier Gray, real estate, ren?
tal and insurance agent, 11-1 Campbell
avenue w.
Breakfast, 21 cents: dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. I
am using Armour's Chicago meats, which
are the best. J. J. Catogui's restaurant.
-Will duy ax All-wool Clay
-Worsted Suit at thk
In a pair of my shoes anil then you will
know what shoo comfort Is. BACH
RACII, Salem avenue anil Jefferson
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Ali druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. 25c.For sale by Johnson it John
Fresh lot of Lowney's Chocolates and
Don Dons just received at J. J. Catogni's.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, $-1. I am
using Armour's Chicago meats, which
are the best. J. J. Catogni's restaurant.
and welcomes all people to partake of the benefits of its great values. Monday
ushers in another eventful week. White and Colored Organdies, Linen Dress
Fabrics, Daintily Printed Washables, White Piques so pretty and so fashionable,
Lovely Satins and Silks, Stylish Woolens in black and novelties, Ladies' and Gents' dummer Underwear, and
half a hundred things of more than ordinary merit that we would be glad to mention.
This handsome and elegantly built Sar?
atoga Trunk, covered with leather, hav?
ing compartment tray, as showu in above
28 inch. 80 inch, ?01.5 83.inch,
*^?i*?r^4-<"eh, * f.T~?; 30 iuris, $4.
;? .?_ - N_ ,-.; *
Dress Good:.
Stock diminishing is the order now,
ami if it is nice, big values you are look?
ing for, a visit to this counter is impera?
b pieces 30 and ?10 Inch Novelties in
pretty Invisible plaids and Liny stripes,
regular 50c goods, choice of the lot now,
0 pieces 48-inch Granite Cloth in the
new bluo Ileliotrop -anil Sa^e Green,plain
colors; worth 87 l-2c, now 152 l-2c.
6ji inch Navy Storm Serge for separate
skirts, inr.de from high grade selected
combed wool; worth a big round dollar,
here 75c.
8 pieces -12 inch Novelties in the stylish
irregular French Checks, all fine wool,
the host of the 50c group?marked down
to 80':.? Come early to secure this bargain.
0 pieces 40-inch Salt and Pepper Mix?
tures in all wool anil silk and wool, very
pretty nud stylish, ?11 imported cloth,
only 5()o, ami right well worth 75c.
3 pieces 40 inch Novelties from one of
too highly favored groups, all that's left
?down to 50c. .
00-inch Black?tainine, a great favorite
now-a-days for separate skirts, a favorite
from the.*! group?now but 75c.
White Goods.
The crowds of buyers that constantly
throng this department is the best evi?
dence that there ara more than ordinary
Our line India Linens at Sc, 10c, 12 1 2c,
15c, 17c and 20c are the greatest rallies
we have ever known.
Fine Sheer Persian Lawn conns next
to Organdie in popularity; see our spec
ial numbers at 12 l-2c, 15o and 20c.
One case White Lawn Plaids and
checks fur Wrappers and Aprons; we
have never offered this for less than 10c,
now only 8c.
Beautiful Satin striped Nainsook, the
regular 12 1 2c sort, here for 8c.
White Figured Piques for separate
skirts, 12 l-2c.
Extra Heavy While Figured Marseilles
for separate skirts, the 25c ones, now 20c.
Gents' Crash Suits.
Every man'should wear one cl these
most comforablo <>f nil summer suits.
One case of Pure Linen llaailspun
Crash Suiting for Men's Suits, the coarse
kiml with the uneven threads; wo have
a bargain for you, the regular 85c qual?
ity for 25c.
The silk stock Is fairly breaking its
bounds with its big values. Just a few
snatched regardlessly from the many
Mill, suffice to convince. Here [they are:
20 inch Black Brocaded Satin,'all pure
silk, 50c.
21-inch China Silk, all silk and excel-:
lent-quality, all shades, only 25c, actually
worth :17 l-2c.
80-inch White Habutai Silk for evening
and commencement wear, actual value
75c. here it goes tor 50c.
ISO inch White Habutai Silk, very fine,
23-inch China Site In full line ol even?
ing shades. 80c.
?27-Inch Black Habutai Silk, the 05c
sort, you'll say so, too. only 50c
21-inch Black jBrocnded Satin, the la reo
designs for separate skirts, new things
in the orysanthemum and other designs,
special at ST 1 2c.
30 inch Black Habutai Silk for summer
wear, only 75c.
Bouiesii? Doings.
Always doing a "bee hive" business at
this counter; the big values always at?
tract buyeis.
One case Black Moire Hustle Skirt
Lining, instead of the (Jc at other stores,
here only 5c.
86-inch Fine Percales in the large spec?
ial designings for wrappers and shirt
waists, the regular 10c sort, here Sc.
"Southern Silk" Shirtings for men's
and boys' Shirts, absolutely fast co'or,
seMs nowhere less than 10c, our price is
lift inch Rnorltsh Percales in the choicest
printings for Waists. 12 I 2c.
The best Sea Island Muslin ever
brought to Konnoke for the price?5c.
Pretty Wash Goods.
Everything to please the eye and liekle
lean purses
Pretty Corded Lawns, r> 1 4c.
Organdie Duchesse, 82 inches wide,
ht"-o for only 8c.
Batiste Lawn for Bhlrt Waists ami
wrappers. 30-inch. 10c.
Exquisite French Organdie in the new?
est ideas, the 83c sort; lu re only 25c.
Gents' Furnishings.
Of course, your furnisher will "advise"
you never to go to a dry goods store for
furnishings. We have the very latest
and choicest of everything. Call and sec
pur uow line: that is, if you don't object
to saving money when you buy. We
don't deal much with those who have
"money'to throw at the oirds," ours are
an economical people.
"Armor Brand" Shirts, white with
colored fronts, cufls to match fronts, to
be worn with white collars; they are not
$1.25, though worth it, only $1 each.
Another case of Laundered Percale
Shirts in the late printings, attached col?
lars and cufTs. We see them in other
show windows at 50c; ours are 8'Jc.
Another case Boys' Laundered Per?
cale Shirts, quite pretty, only 87 1 2c.
Gents' Half Hose in fast black and fast
tan. seamless, imported stock; they are
the equal of any lilc goods in town, with
our reputation to back the statement,
special value at 12 l-2c
Have you over worn "If. and I." brand
of Collars? Thev are just as good as
those you are paying 25c for. Stop your
extravagance. All the new shapes, 12 l-2c.
"II. and I." brand Cuffs, wairanted
4-ply linen, not 85c pair, bn* 25c.
Silk embroidered Suspenders with Har?
ris wire buckle, not 19c pair, as the qual?
ity would indicate, only 12 l-2c.
If you want fine Suspendeis, get a pair
of the "Elite Make;" they arc the 50c
sort, try a pair at 25e.
Try a pair of "The Duke" Suspenders,
If you want something particularly nice,
50c pair.
Gents' Balbriggan Shirts, French neck
and long ribbed cuffs, drawers to match
with long ribbed anklets; you will find
those very excellent value at 25c.
Excellent Half Wool Flannel, only
Fine Australian Wool Flannel, war?
ranted all pure wool, 25c, actually worth
The reunhir 50c kind Australian
Lamb's Wool Flannel is now 42c.
Very Fine Warp Flanm.ll, 80 inch, $1
The Economy.
This heavily made trunk, covered with
canvas, twice painted, having every, feat?
ure of Trunk goodness:
28 inch, $3.10; 30 Inci, $2.85: 32-inch,
$3.50; 34 inch, $2.75; 8ft inch, $3.
Lace Curtains and Shades.
Wo are. having quite a lively time just
now in this department. More than or?
dinary values here. Let us direct your
attention to five lots, choicest designs in
each lot. Don't miss this chance:
42 pairs at 30c.
51 pairs at $1.25.
82 pairs at $1.50.
18 pairs at $1 75.
80 pairs at $2.
There are others?finer ones if you like.
9 Best Curtain Poles, polished, clean
sawed ends, complete with wood trim?
mings, 25c each.
Same quality poles with biass trim?
mings, 19c each.
Best Spring Holler Shades, made of
heavy opaque shade cloth, only 25e each.
Best. Shades, with a pretty knotted
linen fringe across bottom, 12c.
The Golden Gem
This beautiful Trunk with compart?
ment tray, perfect in every way:
32-inch, !JB25; 84 inch, $8.50; 3C-incb,
We have two great big values in White
Counterpanes that we want you to get
acquainted with. Both full size aud
hemmed nady for use, to save you the
sewing. They are big values. See them.
75c and 98c.
Ladies' Crash Suitings.
OS this popular material wo have ninny
excellent things. We name but one here:
50 pieces 3(1 inch Linen Homespun
Crash, so popular for summer suits and
separate skirts, the greatest bargain of
the season, at 15c
..While you are at the linen counter look?
ing at the splendid values in Table Da
marks, take a look at the very handsome
Linen Cloths, 3 yards long, that we are
offering special for $5 each, worth $0.75
in the regular way.
^ 40 do/en Napkins, warranted all linen,
dinner size, $1 dozen, worth just 25c
dozen Dinner Napkins, fine heavy
linen, never before offered by us for less
than $2.50, now $3 a dozeu.
100 dozen extra heavy all pure Linon
Towels, 14x28 inches, worth $1 a dozen,
5c each or GOc dozen.
Special In large Bath Towels, at 10c
each, unbleached.
Special in bloached Bath Towels at
12 l-2c, worth 17c.
Spccia) in big bleached Bath Towels at
32c; bettor than the 25c. ones.

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