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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 7 March 1896

An old-fashioned way of getting there. Slow and safe, but hard work. Most woraen, have got beyond this kind of traveling?ifbund something better. Now, why can't you look at that other old fashioned proceeding in the same light? washing tilings with soap and hard rubbing. That's slow enough and tiresome enough, everybody knows, and it's not as safe as washing with Pearline. It's really destructive, in fact, the wear of that constant rubbing. Break away from these antiquated ideas. Use modern methods. Pearline saves at every point. Q^f*n J Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this is as good as'* fcJd.AVA or " the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE?Pearline is never peddled, If y\ and if your eroccr sends you something in place of Pearline, he X5aCK honest-Jmrf it back. ?T JAjlES IS PYLE, New York. African-American Gold Mining and Trading Company. 100 BROADWAY,.NEW YORK CITY. OUR COUNTRY NEEDS IT?GOLD 1 The principal objects of this company are to buy, sell and operate go...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 7 March 1896

THE TIMES. ?VBKY MOUBIttO. BXCBPT MONDAY 1 F.OAHOKB PUBLIBBINQ CO., l'uMlenere and Proprietor*, TIMB8 UUILD1NQ, 199 OAXPBBLL AVHNUB B. W. TKBMB BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid), 3aUy, one month . .... 8 .60 '*? threo moathB ..... 1-60 *" six month*.8.00 "** one year, In advance .... 6.00 xtnday Edition, ono your .... 1.00 Tub Timm la a member ot the Associated rroEB?tho greatest nows-eollecung association In tho world?and rocolves over ? special wire the Ml telegraphic news service ot the Associated Press? tho famo nows from all over the united RtatMand the world that is simultaneously re? ceived by the?eatdaUlo?ol Hew. Yorx, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. The burning Of Spanish flags is be? coming euch a popular pastime in thia country that If the Cuban agitation lasts much longer the demand for Spain's national ensign ? will become greater than the supply. Ia the matter of flag burning the United States can heat Spain every time, as the people here havo more money to disburse in such proc...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 7 March 1896

SPECIAL Ladies' amd Boys' Shirt Waists, COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. 50 Foys' Shirt Waists?regular price 25c and 50c. Closing price 15c, 100 Ladies' Calico and Outing' Waists, regular price 50c, 75c and$l. Closing price 25c. j 25 Lawn and Percale Ladies' aists, regular price $1 and I $1.25. Closing price 50c. 112 Silk Waists, regular price I $3, $4, and $5. losing price $1.49. f We have a few more > Chil v dren's full regular made Hose I at 5c per pair as advertised I last week. Our new spring line of all wool Dress Goods at 25c per f yard cannot be excelled by any I in the city. ' Full line of silk and wool Dress Goods. Sold elsewhere for 50c, onr price only 35c. Many new novelties in Dress Goods, consisting of silk and wool at 50c, 75c and $1 per yard. The largest and best se? lected assortment of Black LDress Goods in the city. Agents for the celebrated Gold ? Medal Black Dress Goods; every yard guaranteed. Millinery, Millinery. 200 Silk and Velvet Roses, ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 7 March 1896

GREAT PHOTOGRAPHY. What the Wonderful New In? vention May fihow Regard? ing Things We Already Know. "It is an astounding discovery?ono of tho most marvelous of the present ?gel" It was in these words that an eminent scientist lately referrod t j tho new aar't wonderful loventlm la photography whloh evenbjdy is discussing. T'aia great invention, as most people are aware, enables photographers to \ake pictures of c'oj C'S completely hidden from tho s'ght. In a recent exr^ertfitnent, for instance, a portrait of a man was se ?cured, although he was separated from the photographer by a thror-lcch par tit'on. la another caso, & picture was obtained uf all the bones, or uaoleB, blood veBise.B and inlerutl '?eg* jb ia a man's body. In t$oahin? ot this wonderful ?is ?coverj a wolUknown Niw Vork pny slolan recently Bald; "If thousands of peopi-o who are walking tV.o streets to? day and attending to business ttould only see a photograph of their internal organs, they would bo tilled with a...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 7 March 1896

"TaK?s the CaKe^ The largest piece ,of .good tobacco ever ,5old fono cents me 5 cent piece is nearly <as! large as you ,get? of other high trades for 10 cents TOUCHED MANY HEARTS. f* Little Living Picture Wins Sympathy and I'io and Cake. . Ho sat sin tho lowest slop of tho Park Place station stairs, a poor littlo picture, by Murlli?. His face was wondrous pnlo. Il almost Boomed transparent In tho light of tho elect rio lnmp'. His long hair hung dlshovolod yet picturesque In tangled curls clustering around his olivo neck. His cap had fallen to tho stone, ami ho slept, tho sloop of utter weariness. Wayfarers hastening up or down tho stairs paused and gazed on tho sad plcturo with pity. They lookod at tho drooping figure, tho ragged clothes, all bedraggled hy the rain and fog, tho shoos, flvo sizes larger than his font; tho littlo bundlo of WOt and nsoloss papers benoath his arm. Homo dropped niokuls Into his lap, othors ])tit pennies or dimes' into his gaping pocket and passed on, ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 7 March 1896

f bo COuIOelieve TCai a SHOE LIKE TH7S.fl Stylish in DESIGN, Striking in EFFECT, Enduring in SERVICE, And full of COMFORT Could l?e Produced lor Such lstha-proccs8oa",,PKOGRKSST' and CTiat workman has no jgj bad tools. HF. LEAVES THKM WITH ^ US ONLY. ?S THE ROANOKE SHOE CO., | The Spot Cash Money Savers, JEFFERSON ST. and BALEM AYE. ROANOKE, VA. THE CORRECT THING IN Photos duR ?CARBONETTES" PHOTOGKAPHEB, .212 S.Jefferson St., RoanoRe. THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS LUNCH COUNTKIt IN KOANOKE. UP-TO DATE, CHEAP, AND CLEAN. OPEND?Ym? NIGHT. The Pioneer of Low Prices. BONNJ?K'-4 Trade Marli. FAT MAN: "My appetite la good, my food In good, and of conree I board at Bonncr'a" If ft naia't for BO MS ER you would atill bo paying 30c a neal. The Kent of| everything; tlte market uffordK At Living Prices Tho Rent Oys i its in Romioke. Kvery Style known to the culinary art. Stop in mid take n box of FRIED OY? T*RS to your wife. LKAN MAN:? "I wish J had i i the paet nittl will in the In tnru." K K'.S R EST...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 March 1896

PKIOK THKKK C?NrS. ROANOKE, VA., SUN DAY, MARCH 8, 1800. JKULL ASSOCIATE*! PHRSS TELEGRAMS. ALL TUE NEWS OK TUE WOKLU. Pm.a wKiTtii',?. Forecast for Virginia: Fair; eHghtly coldsr, westerly winds. I We Mend Roofs. ^ Estimates Prepared if Desired, vetoes Your Hoof leak? Boanoke Roofing and letal Cornice Co., Commero? St. an? Franklin Baad. J. a. COLLINGWOOD,-Manager. -'Phone 228. THERE ARE OTHERS, ? BUT NOME LIKE Huylers The World's Standard Con? fections; sold in sealed pack? ages -ONLY AT - laS^Mall Ortlors tiivcn Prompt Attention. Ronil on M-Haters Sieriii Automatic M Staofl. It pays for itself, as it in Air Tight, Uuit Proof and Does Not Spill. City ?r Hoahobx, W< B. Tboniae, VtaumiA. City Clerk. Feb. 29,1S!M>. Mote re Thompson-Price Co., Itoanoko, Vs.: Genti.kmkn: 1 hvrr need the Sterling Auto? matic Ink Stand (or about six mouths and And thru, nt be t'uo moat-euiUractory on tue market, i neue ;c mat eacn stand Will save onongn ink In one month to psy lor'iteelf. Yours trn...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 March 1896

Hiss Mary Moore, of Loxlngton, who has beon visiting Miss Annie Taylor on Broad street, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Hardy left for Bedford City yes? terday on a visit. Evangelist J- VY. Hypes went to Elliot's Hill, Bookbridge county, where he will conduot a meeting. Miss F. F. Miller, a nleoe of Mrs. Hardy, who has been attending school here, left yesterday for Raymond, Kansas. Miss Mary Wiley, who has been vis? iting friends in Lynchburg, returned home yesterday. Miss Ann Rldgeway, who went to be at the bedside of her brother, in Bed? ford City, returned home yesterday after laying his remains to rest in that city. James M. Watts, a merchant of Cave Spring, was in town yesterday. D. E. Kefauver, of Roanoke came up on business yesterday. 'Squire Miller, of West Roanoke, was in town yesterday. Mrs. S. M. White, acoompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Derfllnger, of Blue field, lett yeBterday for Nelson county on, a visit to her sick brother, Lee Spencer. Dr. Walker of Vlnton, was in Sale...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 March 1896

H Will MSlfi Ola B&VEBS (CONTINUF.D 1'Bv.M AGB. abundantly; t?-- t ho may ou .nbuto to the work or uoa more hoerally, but he nsk? tbit he may spend hl? Ufo In ldlonosa, and in enjoying tho pleasures ot the world. He 1? not asking for things according to the mind ot Ood, and toere tore, however km^ or earnestly he may pray, be win not get the answer. Wo uro;only warrantod in cxprcinKoar prayers to bo answered when wo m lor things according to tno mind of God. . 1 ue second point we should notlos Is, that wo <io not ask on account ot our own goodness or merit, but, as the Scripture ex presses It,?"In tho nnmo of the Lord Jesus Obrlst." 1 rotor you to John xiv. 13,14.?"Ana whatsoever ye shall ssk in My name, that win I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. It ye ask anything In My name 1 will do It." Tho atatomont Ib given twlco. in order to show the great Importance ot this truth; for whenever a saying Is given twice In the Word of God. we may be surc-a weighty and I...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 March 1896

THE TIMES. BYKKY MOllNINLi, BXCBFT MONDAY HOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TUtBS BUILDING, 1X1 OAMPDBLL AVBNUU B. W. TKKMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), ally, one month ..... 8 ??! " threo months ..... LQO *? Blx months.8-?0 y* ?noyesr, In advance .... J.W j anday Bdltlon, one year .... 1,?U Thb Timbb is a memoer or t?o Associated rrees?the greatest novfs-collectlng association in tho world?and recclvos over a special wire the rail telegraphic news service or the Associated lfroeB?the same nowu from all over the United States and tho world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies of New Yora, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. IN DBFENSE OF BIS COUNTRY. The Spanish minister in an interview with a representative of the Associated Press on yesterday discussed the Cuban situation with special reference to recent- statements in Congress during the consideration of the Cuban resolu? tions. He said he had great respect for the honest common sense, and un? limited ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 March 1896

ew THE WOOL DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING WERE NEVER PRETTIER, Designs were never more unique or pleasing. Colors are soft, winning, and values are down as never before. Can you tell what magic it is that brings you such excellent fabrics as those described, be? low for so little money ? All-wool 36-inch Dress Goods, only 25c yard. Wool Plaids for Wai ts at 25c per yard. , Silk and wool, small checks; they would be cheap at 50c, our price only Silk and wool Novelty Dress Goods; sold every where at 75c, we only ask 60c, they are per? fect beauties. High class Novelty Dress Goods at $1 per yard; price them elsewhere and you will be told $1.37^. BLACK DRESS GOODS la profusion, such as Serges, Henriettas, Mohairs in plain and fancy black; and fifty dif? ferent styles of fancy blacks. Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Plush Goods; every yard guaranteed. NEWS AT THE SILK DE? PARTMENT. News of bright pretty allks, in colors and patterns that will capture the good dressers of our city by storm....

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 March 1896

at- is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and CJ lildrcn. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless Substitut? for r aregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It i*j Pleasant, Its guarantee is thirty years' use by MiJ lions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays lb' vorishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, Cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves fjeething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is tho Children's Panacea?tho Mother's Friend. I Castoria. "Castoria is on ercclloiK medicine forchll I .Ten. Mothers have rcpefttcdly told me of its good eflcct wjvra their children." Dr. g. c.?Osgood, _ Lowell, Mass. "Castoria is trie best "remedy for children of Which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant -when mothers will consider the real interest orthcirchlUlrcn,...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 March 1896

"Something to Crow Alpout/' The largest piece of .good tobacco ever sold for 10 cents .and The 5 cent piece is nearly as? Ja.rge as you vget of other mgh grades for io cents CRADLE SONG. [From tho Armenian of Kaphucl Pathaninn.J Thin lullnhy is u favorite in Armenia. Moth era Hing their children to sleep with It along tho banks of tho Euphrates und undur tho shadow of Mount Ararat: Nightingale, 0 lenvo our garden, Where si,ft dews the blossoms steep, With thy litanies melodious Coma and sing my boy to sleep! Nay, ho Bleeps not for thy chanting, And his weeping hath not ceased. Come not, nightingale my darling Does not wish, to bo u priest! O thou thievish, clever Jackdaw, That in coin llndst thy Joy, With thy tales of gold and profit, Come and southo my wailing hoy I Nay, thy chatter does not lull him. And his crying is not .staid. . Come not. Jackdaw, for my darling Will not choose tho merchant's trade! i Wild dove. leave tho fields and pastures, ;,? Where thou griovest all day lon...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 March 1896

we've made host! of FRIENDS. LADIES ! Heroin :i Shoo made Of the best kit). Lccod or liuttoocJ It io pliatle Com fortatil?, Styliah and durable?XX Cen? tury Taylor made? Thought hath con? ceived nothing new? er, skill ciiu produce nothing ?uer. H?>- >o< ?? innu int? thc win~ LUUlV dow. It vou aro in ? hurry. Shall he pleas? ed to have yon call, yon will find wc are not a "Stuck np" houso neither are we a "Cheap Storo " Upon tbe principle "give the Dot]I his due" we plve tho DOLLAR ?OU hlk its due. We want to meet somo ladles wo hav'nt met yet. This shoe will introduce us? Wo made tho SPaCTAL price to introduce this line, 12.0C, S2.5U and ; THESE WILL MAKE US MOVE. Roanoke Shoe Co, Tbe Spot Cash Money-Savers. .lelToreoii St. and 8nlam Ave., Kortnke, Va. THE CORRECT THING IN PhotOS our "C?RBONETTES" PHOTOGRAFHKR, 212 S.Jefferson St., Roanoke. TBC ONLY FIUST-CCASS LUNCH COUNTBR IM KOANOKK. UF-TO datk, CHE.Y1\ AN1> CLEAN. OPEND?YiE NIGHT. The Pioneer of low Prices. HONNKlt' ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 10 March 1896

VOL XIV.-No. 44?. I'KICE THUKB CENTS. ROAKOKE, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 189(5. *? *t A1S.??IATED TELEOKAMM. ALI. THE NEWS OF THE WOKLoT PTHIS WEATB.KB. Forecast Tor Virginia: Fair, warmer; variable winds, betoming southerly. AN EAVE TROUGH. Protector that positively keeps birds, leaves, etc., out of the hanging gutters ou your house. We have it. Come, take a look at it. Roanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce Bt. and Franklin Boad. J. B. COLLING WOOD.-Manager. - 'Phone 828. Sterilized ^_Malt Extract la especially indicated in conva lesoenoo, General Debility of Horsing Mothers, Loss of appetite und insomnia. A TRUE SPRING TONIC. ?FOB SALE AT? SSy-'PhoiK' loa. l'mmpt Delivery. Bongt on Intlafcsrs >oi' ie??*? Sterling Automatic inK StaD?. It payB for itself, as it in Air Tight, Dust Proof and Does Not Spill. CtTY of koanokb, W.E.Thomas, Viikiinia. City Clerk. Feb. 21, lSllli. Megfrg. Thompeon-I'rlco Co., Itonnokc. Va.: Uenti.emi:.s: i havi; lived the Sterling Anto mutlo Ink ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 10 March 1896

HEALS RUNNING SORES CURES THE SERPENTiS STING s OONTUGBOyS completely eradicat BLOOD POISONSa,eVSSorSis0,Sd ulcers yield to its healing- powers. It re? moves the poison and builds up the system Valuable treatise on the disease and Its treatment mailed free. SWIFr SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, G?. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peel returred yes? terday after a short visit with friends at Elliston. Capt. Hugh Paton, representing a Lynohburg tobacco firm, was in town yesterday. Rev. R E White, pastor of Moffett Memorial Baptist Church, North Dan? ville, was in town yesterday. Mrs. James Persinger returned yester? day from a several weeks' visit among relatives and friends in Richmond. Mrs. Hurt, of Nottoway county, sis tor of Mrs Col. R. H. Legan, had the misfortune a few days ago to lose by fire a part of hor residence. Miss Lillian Watson, who has been sick for a number of months, left yes? terday for Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, where it is hoped she will find relief. Rev. Mr. Watklns, of Giles c...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 10 March 1896

TWILIGHT. HENRY W. LONGFELLOW. A. FRENCELLT. ^53?=t "ST -fS1 A?ft Jt: =t=: sea - birds, Flush this white - caps of the .sea. But in the fish - cr - man's ceil - ing, Now bow - ing, bend - ing low, What talc do the roar - ing -ZT -tV --rV-fV-h 3jB cot - tage, o - ccan There shines a rnd-dcr light, Tlie night-wind bleak aud wild And a lit As they beat at tho era- zy CopyrigUt, 1805. by Tue New York Musical Uecobd Co. -MI Wilt case dow, meut, Peers out Tell to in the the night, lit - tic child? Lt^-?H-1-1-1-1-??-(-1-1-1-h -1-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-1-1-h <-i?i?i?i?i? ?I?I-!-1?I? -0-?-\?P-9 Largamcnte. IS "r* 5 -F?????0? -h?i-h?? Close it is pressed to tho win - dow, And why do the roar-ing o - ccan as if those child - ish eyes, and the night-wind wild aud bleak, Were As they 9-v look - ing in.- to the dark - ncss, To see some form a - rise, beat at tho heart of the moth - cr.Drive the co - lor from her check. Twilight. FINANCE AND COMMERCE J New York Stock Market. Nkw Youk, March 0.?The mock ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 10 March 1896

THE TIMES. KVBKY morning, bxobpt monday roanokr PUBLISHING co., Publishers and Proprietors, timbs BUILDING, 123 oampbbll avbnus B. w. TXRMB by mail (Postage Prepaid), ?ally, one month.I 'CO " three months.lbo " elx months.8-00 * ono year, In advance . . . . 6.00 nnday Bdltion, one year .... 1.00 The Tikis Is a memoer ot the Associated Press?the greatost nows-collectmg association In the world?and receives over a special wire the toll telegraphic nows service ot the Associated Preen?too same news from all over the United States and tho world that la slmnltaneoasly re? ceived try the great dallies ot No w Yore Philadel? phia and Baltimore. BOTH ON A 8ilvek OASIS. It Is with feelings ot doep regret that we find the Philadelphia Record pub? lishing the fact that, while the United States has currency, per head, to the value of 823.59, "in India and in China the total silver circulation" (that is,the total money circulation) "is less than 83.50 per head.'' The reason for deplor? ing such ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 10 March 1896

THE WOOL DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING WERE NEVER PRETTIER, Designs were never more unique or pleasing. Colors are soft, winning, and values are down as never before. Can you tell what magic it is that brings you such excellent fabrics as those described be? low for so little money ? All-wool 36-inch Dress Goods, only 25c yard. Wool Plaids for Wai ts at 25c per yard. ? Silk and wool, small checks; they would be cheap at 50c, our price only 37/^c. Silk and wool Novelty Dress Goods; sold everywhere at 75c, we only ask 60c, they are per? fect beauties. High class Novelty Dress Goods at $1 per yard; price them elsewhere and you will be told $1.3734. BUCK DRESS GOODS In profusion, such as Serges, Henriettas, Mohairs in plain and fancy black, and fifty dif? ferent styles of fancy blacks. Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Plush Goods; every yard guaranteed. NEWS AT THE SILK DE? PARTMENT. News of bright pretty silks, in colors and patterns that will capture the good dressers of our city by stor...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 10 March 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? *? Thoy " say "all things como to him who waits," but wo have not been waiting, and wo don't propose to wait. Wo KNOW our pricea aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't Rotnoke, V?. 109 M_ To BALL & MAY, Dr. Torrn?_ GROCERS bring U3 work wo will come after it, in cne way or another, cithor by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality of execution, or personal interviews. Wo are not grumbling; far from it. Wo'vo had our share; wo aro still getting our sharo. But wo have placed at your disposal a nuidorn, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with Buch facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we havo business intercourse. We aro not waiting; haven't time to wait. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. Ono of tbo vows tbo writor mndo when ho was "dovil" in a country printing otlico was, in effect, that if ho over owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that timo ho hardly...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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