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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 29 July 1903

g We are Headquarters ? for all kinds of Music ft and Musical Instru- g ments. Largest stock ? in city. Prices the ? Lowest. Easiest terms g; and No Notes to 8ign. -8 I Factory Branch House S I Roanoke Nlusie Co. | S 22 Salem Ave. W. C. T. Jennings. Mgr. j| IRRTE PARENTS nin mm rfi hit Then they hid -in some bushes until thty were joined hy the-young men, who camentbng with a double team. jl'rrnwpiwmwimnj daughter's room, where she found a letter saving that Annie had gone away to get ninrrltd. Mr. Silshy arid Mr Colby started after their daughters, toward I#yn<lo!vvt!le..telephoning a tle:?tity sheriff in l.yndoovllle to atop ttrriiiui rlage. *'"* Fifteen minutes before the sheriff arrrived at -the parsonage the marriage* ~ a ere performed. The married 'couples returned 'o West llurke. where they met* their en raged parents and a crowd of tndig' nant townspeople.' Mr. Silsbyknocked Strong down and took his daughter home with him. Mrs. Wood ley was a. fteat?unwilling?to l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 29 July 1903

IF THE Wl I LOOKS ft fr _ I WILL Yl $2.12 C .57 7-IO C $3.18 O IE ' T ; There are two cer Companies doing busin it " will designate as No. 1 i a few facts regarding th< of doing business. The representatives - a total reserve for his c< The company's |report J~ ~ for the past~r> years, i every penny of its losses Ei< . - n vr _ ^ f. . 7 uumpan)? > ot- a? M&nag ment at 4U per c ceipts- Company No. 1 Company No. on losses of t"'. l.'l per rent ? Company No. 1. Reports of Compao; for every dollar it owes Iir CO. NO. I, PAYS 10,001 Hot the loss of one 10,000 for the loss of one < | ^5,000 for the loss of one ||L ?for-tlie loss of one 5,000 for the loss of one 1*50 wetjklyt_for partial ?????? L MORAL ?"Be V in Company No. 1 we represent is ^ I* A *7 ir: v Chas. M.A O. O. Ol t Pi ROANOKE SE MAN ' c before: i i i EARS V" T' H DU TAKE J i: )R $1.17 u >R V .51 ID II is: lit , to <!i v% I ar ot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 29 July 1903

EXGUF TO WS5HIN6TI VERY LOV Wednesday, k On August 19th the E Railway will operate a trai Roaooke, Shenandoah Vail Ohio Railroad. One sectic 5:30 a. m., and Bluefield will be sold and stops ma there are agents, up to aud Tickets will be cood on o going and returning Spc R-iten and full informa Ryr ageutw, ur wiiie ? W. B. Bi Gene LEAVE WASHING] - NELSON BAR] "Thfi La Lead because they t tomers,and orify~want a goods, whether you axe p her whenever you want g will be politely and carefi -only asked a fair -profits Yours to ?>unt on. Nelson Har - *?Th? Let \ Convenience, Cleai Brillianc " 1 The Electric Light is tl doubt at all about it's being the X .... FORESTIM Wiring Yoi 'SEI W.E.WOL . Wn ||H r.m.iiTt A tSION Ml, D. G. 11 RATES gusl 19,1903 forfolk and Western, c in to Washington via ley and Baltimore and )n will leave Bristol t o c A nr * /ii?n4n U.UU n. Ill* A lvl\v 13 de at stations wherethis excursion train scial train will leave ition frbrn N. A: W. * Lvit.tr ? ral...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 29 July 1903

here enr:t:l8 no more work than tal ln* It elsewhere, but the result* ai entirely different. The laundering wl ? be perfect tnd many trljk< to. our tu wtft not mln the fabrte*. At the Radford Steam Laundry thing? a*" c'.eanaod_ag they are i home 1 : y rxyrienced worket who ha.e oery modern. convenient h ?i nan But yr ' r.rerin't bring the thing " here. \V? ".I send for them. W OSBORNE CREAM FLOUR K IS ALWAYS OF THE P BEST QUALITY p. SOLD ONLY BY HUNTER & CO I . THE GROCER. K;' . . .r Oor. Salem m and Common* SL do?i not me an~dlaeaac or the eye Th MOST HEALTHY EYES often giv BSE___ trouble while reading or at work. Ey P . V" PROPERLY ADJraTEl) glares i - iu? imi- ?cu irjefl remedy, as they all Hr ihe eyfce ic see without ratigue. I BUSINESS MEN'S EYE8 are mone; soaker* Can you afford to abuse ani aeglert them? . fr t . ?CONSULT 1_Z t P .; > DR. MOORE, Eye Specialist SOH Salem Ave. J-. (lit floor) ROANOKE. VA. B.. Hoars: 10 a. m. to 4: SO p. ml Speci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 July 1903

VOL .J, NO. 85: . _ ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY EVENING JULY 30, 1903. PRICE?ONE CEN1 ~H " ~ . V - - ? LADY BA' FOR HEI Plucky Fight With t Black Fiend TRIED TO KILL ? 11 {Placed the Muzzle of a Pistol Against the Black Brute's Head But it Failed to Fire. She Then Beat Him Over the Head With the Weapon Nashville, N. C.. July 30.?One of the most heinous crimes ever attempted lu this county by any unhang culprit was attempted by a negro named John Cop-' pedge. who entered the honse of Mrs. Uartlia . ?1-? I uru^vprill, m Wiuuw l?u J living on Boddl? street wlt^her 12-y?ar-ol<J ; just as tne gray mm of (wynjnrr began fcTIllumine the eaalern-fiorT*on7 Coppedge went to the home of Mrs. Hedgepeth, took off his shoes at the corner of the house and crawled through ' small window, which had been left with a small opening to admit . sir to the bed chamber Once In the ?obm Twherr."were~i!eipTng-MSTHe3ge^ ' peth and her little daughter on one bed, and Mr?. Hedgepeth'a mother on another, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 July 1903

HARVEST OF DEATH Hp BY EXPLOSION More Than a Score of Live: Hurled Into Eternity by Powder Magazines. V Lowell,".Maw.. July 29.?Two smal gunpowder magazines situated in th very midst of the humble residence Of fifty mill operatives, exploded toda with a frightful concussion and th R . resultant wave of death cut off th lives of more than a score of humai beings and injured nearly 50 other* [ * kegs of powder from one ef the maga gine* wrre blown u> pieces: four boy two hundred yards away were kille by the force of the explosion, and four teen fratue houses within ? radius o four hundred yards were blown dowi as if ibey had been built of cardi Seven of these houses immediate!, caught fire, probably from the kit <d?en stov?s. and were completely con sumed At least three persons wer caught in the ruins and burned t death, while seven or eight other# .who wen rescued, died subse^fFSTJtt; of their Injuries. It is estimated that seventy separate pieces of property, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 July 1903

j Delicious' Pineapple Sherbet. 5c ' Peach Sherbet.. .. Cc ( Drinks Grape Juice* 6c . _ Orange Phosphate.. 5c , icruwBj .. .... ?c Soda lce Cream Soda 10c Egg Phosphate .. 10c - Fountain. Milk Shake 5c ? Limeade.. Sc -] "C lemonade 5c Inwit* Koot Beer 5c i invite Celery Phosphate.. 5c You to Cream de Mint 5c L Wild Cherry Phos.. 5c ( Try One Drink Vim 5c If you want up-to-date drinks served In the moat delightful way. call at our , fountain. ' ( NIcGee's Pharmacy. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST, Corner Campbell avenue and Henry St. Night Clerk over store. < f?P?? MR. LEATH HERE. Will at One* Start Repairs to the Academy of Music. Mr. Thomas O. I^ath. lessee and manager of theatres in Norfolk. Newport News, Richmond. Roanoke. Lynchburg. Charlotte and Durham. Is registered at the Hotel Roanoke where his sister. Miss Nonle, andhls niece. Miss Rosa Blick, are .guests. The visit of Mr. Irfisth mnanH mare J \u\\ \m imtiMifk'inmmiiii spect the Academy of Muaic and note < the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 July 1903

E ROANOKE, VA published every day except Sunday ~ ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY RATES DAILY: One year $a.0< Six months 1.3! Three months ? 7 One month 2 One copy . -sJ .0 BOTH PHONES Business Office 14. Mrittortftl Rooms 12' I > Haltrerw i.yaxnr ara irv nu niuis ni im Bhort. newsy lettera form corr??pondent; are solicited. but no attention will be alvei to tnnoywout communications. Kvery nrtl ole of wb?t?o?T?r kind that la not accompan tad by the name of a reiponslble persoi fc?- |Mto?c?iMrl>'.for pablloatlwl will b*dli troyed. LEATHER rORECAST. , For Virginia?Showers Thursday Fridav sbewers, southwest winds. I * & Terse ns leaving the city for < ^ : a the summer should order The j J? Evening News mailed to them. < X Price 25 cent* per month. i ,i C. 1 i i???X2)<SXSS^^ A NAVAL SPEED TEST The quick trip recently made by thi t battleship Keacsarge across the At lantlc proved eminently satisfactory at a apeed test", T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 July 1903

???tmmmmmtmmmadm n fc^?^ ij and Musical Instru- g ments. Largest stock jj in city. Prices the ) Lowest Easiest terms 3 and No Notes to Sien. 5 i, j Factory Branch House 1 Roanoke Music Co. ] S 22SaltmAv?. W C. T. Jennings, Mgr. j S99^](a(l9Aololo)aA(ito(il'oYattri(ai)r4sfo<! DID I FIRMER BLOW OPEN SAFE? Richmond. Va.. Jbly 30.?WIIMatr Rock, a young farmer, aged 25 years living near Tascott. Goochland county has lw?en attested. charged with blow ing open the poetoffee safe In th* Columbia office ami carrvlne nu-nv 180 in money and $15" in stamps. Deputy Marshal Rodgers. who took the man in custody, carried him ic Staunton and placed him in Jail. The warrant had been sworn out by In' *pector Hare Morgan. Nitro-glycerine was used to effect entrant e to the safe." The doors were slow n nearly off the hinges. While It Is known that Rock was in Columbia both before and after the robbery.on July 14. it l?a bit puzzling the accused. Rock claims that he can prove an alibi. Staunto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 July 1903

I THE Wl! II ; LOOKS I HE LI I f witter? $2.12 O .57 7-IO Ol $3.18 Ol < f There are two certi wuipauics uuiu^ UUBIUC: will designate as No. 1 ai a few facts regardingjhei | ~ ( of doing business. Hp,. The representatives c | a total reserve for his cot p"" 1 Reports of company No.S paia losses for last year i for the past 5 years. G lr Vvirjp' penny of its losses j Company No. 2 si gf\ =-' Manag ement at 49 per cei 1_ ceipts- Company No. 1 Company No. 2 onl) losses of $8. 18 {>er cent ag Company No. 1. Reports of Company for every dollar it owes aj . pany No. 1. L CO. MO. I. PAYS $10,000 for ihe low of one ej $10.000 for the loa* of one $5,000 for the lose of one t $5,000 for the lose of one fc t $5,000 for the lose of one e 50 weekly, for partial 1 JKi R; MORAL - "Be W in Company No. 1. we represent M - ' ,(To Be Co Ij Chas. M. Ai Linn sEssgs5aBNfcJ8far.jPft> jfe; 213 JEFFERSON 5E MAN BEFORE EARS ?*" T*!1 "2! IIITAkT 9 u i ni\b. - -' R $1.17 R .51 9...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 July 1903

EXCUI 1 WASHING 1 ; VERY LO Oa August 19th th Railway will operate a Roaooke, Shenandoah 1 Uino Railroad. Une s< 5:30 a. m., and Blaefie will be sold and stops there are agents, up to i Tickets will be good going and returning. Washington 11:00 p. m Kates and fall infoi ? _ Ry. agents, or write W. B. E f ~~ ? G LfcAVb WASHIN! NELSON HA! I "The L ? Lead because the\ tomers, and only want goods, whether you are berwhenever you ..wan1 will be politely and car only asked a fair profit Yours to count o ^ Nelson Ha The I Convenience, Cle Brilliai The Electric Lifht i doubt at all about It's being fumbling in tbe dark for mate torn tbe key. it's dark. Sim wYrln^VO fF" # - / - 7 . ; W. E. WOl , ' No. 1M Ounptxlt / av., - j >.; * , &*, v ) ; / v ?<^VrU. m . ' ? , ' " w i . ' * ? % V , ? v.#< RSI ON __ / ?" . f TON. D. C. J ? - - W RATES < ' .ugust 19,1903 e Norfolk and Western train to Washington via Valley and Baltimore and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 July 1903

k?rf entails no more work than taking U oU?wb<TM, but the results are entirely different. The laundering will be perfect and many trips to our tub ? wtt* not rote the fafertee. At the ! Radford Steam Laundry I things are cleansed as they are at i home, but by experienced workers ' ET who have- every modern convenience j K hand But you needn't bring the things | here. We'll sead for them. I - OSBORNE CREAM FLOUR i IS ALWAYS OF THE BEST QUALITY T\ /MITT -\r mr dVW ^nLI D I HUNTER & CO. THE GROCER. v Oor. Baltm m Mid Commerce 8t i <1on not mean dlieue of the-4ye. The m MOST HEALTHY EYES often give trouble while rending or nt work. Eye m strain is the cnuee of thin unconfort|T(l able feeling. 1 PROPERLY ADJUSTED glasaes in y dwiinr?n a ATft WOU^ ^ g mken. Can you afford to abua? and ( aagHct them? Lj if ?Consult? \ I PR. MOORE, ft Bpaelaltat NH Mm Iti jr on.^mif rt ?-2 l?w: W a. a. to 4:10 * a H ilai ? K- - Umtc fc? aaarttl i-at ||. C AS I N O j WPTSy n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 31 July 1903

ibe f lTenino 2frt??5. ^1 OL. 7, NO. 8(>.- .. ,.- ROANOKE, VA.j_ FRIDAY EVENING JULY M, 1903. 3 PRICE-ONE CENT i31 jSSoB Norfolk Man Wills it to Roanoke Institution EFT LARGE FORTUNE Norfolk. Va.. July .11 ?The will of Matthew Duncan.- bachelor. wh(? madhis money by boiling soap, baa been probated here, showing an estate ot over $125,000. The principal legatee It Matthew pugg&n. namesake and nephew of the testator, who came "froth Ireland fifteen years ago and is now a dry goods clerk in Philadelphia. Young Duggan gets $50,000 in valuable Norfolk real estate. M^ny bequests armade to relatives and priests in Ireland, and the Catholic church gets a large share. Catholic hospitals, orphan asylums, schools and other Institutions here are well provided for. Small bequests are made to many friends, and the residue of the estate goes 15 relatives In Ireland. Bishop Van de Vyver. of Virginia, is at Roanoke, Vs.; Mrs. Annil J. Smyth, of Baltimore, gets $7,500. and an a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 31 July 1903

[I LAST MASS SAID | FOR LATE PONTIFF i Great Display of Gorgeous Uniforms in Vatican Chapel. Imposing Ceremony. Ron* jttv Ttip -vnTTran rrvtnj w.i* the tu of ?reat a. tivir\ bolt inside a: ! outside. \Vith;u th.. last preiHira: <:;? were made for Che <ou? ^ claw- and very thing was in the utmost i-.>tif t'ti In th> elstin. ? hape' wmk wi.j go 4.111 'hru.ighout tlu night Th?' ca'afaque ?re. ted for the f'mera' ^ ?ervi.'?. no.up pulled down him thr ? inil.er.ij. * were built for the < "1111:1.1' In".on of sp?v:nl p. foiiati-a at" be:iig <ij M stall* for the sal tig :: - ? of "Mnhael \ngelo $ * 1 Jtnig" n.?>"* rn?'d almost to show cirpr>" "h"- ?iiu?> so- n. whkh was - - .1... I.?n ... if,, 1 . 1. 1 I...... I a rejig.< :> .tn a!m*n*t electoral asp?'. t t'.t-idv the Vatican the work wast of a J. fit-rent'character the quiet work ?>f ::.? supporters of thr di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 31 July 1903

- 1|| 4 | Delicious Ptneapple Sherbet. 6c Peach Sherbet.. .. 6c Drinks tirape Julre 6c . _ Orange Phosphate.. 6e tt Our Icecream 5c H. Icc Cream Soila....lOc H "' """ , Krk Phosphate ....10c t-oaniain. >hik anas'- oc We lemonade 5c Invite Hoot Heer 5c invite Celery Phosphate.. 5c YOU to Ctpam dp Mint..777 5c Wild Cherry Phos.. 5c Try One nrink vim .. fe If you want np-to-datp drinks serve 1 In the moat delightful way. call at our fountain. McGee's Pharmacy. T" pRitarBiPTlOS DRUCWJIST. Comer Campbell avenue and Henry St. _ Night Clerk over store. VIROlNIA WILL SHINE. Kapld progress Is being made in collecting the Virginia exhihH) Tor the St. ljouis Exposition of IMAfunder authority of and by meamtof the legislative statute appropriating $50,000 for the -purpose. Assistant Commissioner George E. Murreli is devoting himself with xeal to the work, and vas a result of his efforts a large number of specimens of the agricultural, forestry, mineral, fish and game and manufactured...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 31 July 1903

Be Erening News. ROAVOKE, VA. iabtU every day except Sunday ! ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY. RATES DAILY year $3.00 notitLs 1 SO e mouths .75 _>. BOTH PHONES aw.f Office 143 >r4**. Rooms 124 rem! l?y carr.ers In all parui oi me rt. t >w?y letters form correspondents Jllcited: bat no attention *IU be given novmouscommunication*. Kvery artl? whatsoever kind that Is not arcompair y the name of a responsible person I (not n?'c*p?urly for publlrtiXlon' will be illntroyert WEATTIER TORECAST. ? j-'nr?Virginia. Shu a era Ihia after noon, clearing tonight Saturday fair and warmer. I'.U'TAIX MORTON S MISSION I'apt *T^ t', Morton7~r?f"-Saunloil, U now in t.s ity on moat praiseworthy nnd put'':> spirited erramf. I'nder the auspices .f the Virginia commission ol "th? Ixitiisiana Purchase Exposi tion. " k:? is attempting to raise by volttntary subscription funds sufficient for the erection of a Virginia building at the exposition, to. he held next year at St. lx...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 31 July 1903

?= ??< is W> arp Headquarters j g for ull kinds of Music 1 9 and Musical Instru- 1 8 ments. Largest stock ? in city. Priors the ? 9 Lowest. Easiest terms ^ 8 and No Notes to Htgn. ^ i Factory Cranch House j >j I Roanoke Music Co'] 9 22S*l?m??f \fl. C. T. Jtnnlngs. Mgr ' | 5ryir?Y^%? ' i?' i' r?nrI. i ini.' | AT THE CASINO j No better play could have bee, selected for the farewell performanci of the Harrison-Adams Company thai "Kast Lynne," which will be seen to night and tomorrow night at tin Casino. It is a favorite and this ii attested by the big advance sale o .seats at Johcssu &. Johnson's. Th< -B&f A '^11 yjJHL BU|hA \ ? Ulflfl pnvfi; A KRTHUITU utiii. n, 1-1 -t ,.fc i'imIiio T.i ---? night in " East Wyftne." ability of the company la known and there should not be any skepticism ol the nature of the production. It will bejis perfect as art and stage craft can make It The cast will be-a* follows: Archibald Carly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 31 July 1903

II THE WISE MAN IT... LOOKS BEFORE K c ?==- HE LEAPS-?i ? ' 3| WILL YOUTAKE-r $2.12 OR $1.17 H7 7.IO OR .SI 1$3.t8 . OR $3.13 g;. t m :a e There are two certain Casualty Insurance Companies doing business in Roanoke that we will designate as No. 1 and No 2 and give you a few facts regarding their strength and methods of doing business. mi . 0 i . F ine representatives or JNo. ii is advertising for his company of $38.000.000. Reports of company No.2 shows $322,987 unpaid losses for last year and $1,217,290 for the past 5 years. Company No. 1 shows -every penny uf its losses paid in-full.-?- ?= ? Company No. 2 shows the expenses for Manag ment at 49 per cent of its -pflemium receipts: Company No. 1 shows only 42 3-10. Company No. 2 only shows a reserve for ?, j| los?es of f.'l. IS per cent against jM. 18 per cent for I Company No. I. I Reports of Company No. 2 shows only II. 17 i for every uollar it owes against 12.12 for Comt pany No. 1. m CO. HO. i. PAYS CO. HO. 2. PAYS ~ t $ lO.OOO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 31 July 1903

EXCUF TC WASHING! VERY l_0\ U ' UlorlnoCrlaw 111 IIOUIIUUUUY, ni On August 19th the Railway will operate a tr Roanoke, Shenandoah Va Ohio Railroad. One sect 5:30 a. ra., and -Biaefield will be sold and stops in there are agents, up to an jackets will be good o going and returning. 8] Washington 11:00 p. m , Iiatea and full infom W. B. B ? LEAVE WASHING NELSON HAR The Li Lead because they tomers, and only want < goods, whether you are ber whenever "you want will be politely and car el only asked a fair profit. ? - Yours to count on * ? ? rtl/llfiAn IT n 1 I 11CISU11 flttl I "The L? r I Convenience, Clea I Brillian< I The Electric Li?rht is i I doubt at all about it's being th I fumbling in the dark for matchi I turn the key, it's dark. Slmpl< fflWi. ,"ir" .' v~wftesTHi I Wiring Yo t W.E.WOL I \ Nd.,KM Campbell Av< ?SION > t OH, D. C. _ ?_ * k V RATES : t; u igust 19,1903; x ' ^ (j o ii Norfolk and Western c j' ain to Washington v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 31 July 1903

2 AJgy^Sv,'. I ,i \ I jj' li^f f TO "BRING THE SHIRT __here entail g_no more work, than tak N tn* It elsewhere, hut The results ar i|Kr' entirely different, lite laundering nil ^^K_l_ be perfect and many trips to oar tu' will not rnln the fabrlre. At the ' Radford Steam Laundry things are rleaused as tkv-y are a who have every modern vonvenienc ^ . But jmu neefn't bring the thing B? OSBORNE creaIM flour Ki IS ALWAYS OF THE gr BEST QUALITY | SOLD ONLY BY I HUNTER & CO 1 > ' ! THE GROCER. ? Cor. Salem or a. and Commerce 9t not m ron disease of th^ eye Th ft MOOT HEALTHY EYES orTeic'-^rn: ff trouble whlh> reading or at work. Ey LYWADJT STED *322* "T i the true and tried' remedy, as tbey all the eyes to see without fatigue. I' BUSINESS MEN'S EYES are mone; r makers. Can you afford to ahueo am BL neglect thenar ^ ?consult?rf Bye Specialist 20ft Salem Are (1st floor) ROANOKE, VA. B, Hoera: 10 a. m. to 4:ft p. m. B peels 1-^marm br mdltmaL ?k PWEEK WIULYIF...

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