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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 July 1897

VOL. XVIII. 3SO. A "KODAK" Will, greatly add to the pleasure of your summer's outing. "We will show you how to take the picture and develop them. Pocket Kodak $5. No, 2 Bulls Eye $8. No. 2 Bullet $ 10. ROANOKE CYCLE GO , BM ^SIKIOS Salem Avenue. Now is the Time A to Jiuy. $ Tlio Ltne-Dclaycd and Much An- J tlclpiited llrop Hub Come. ^ All 1897 Col?rnbl?T.$ 75 00 % 1897 Tandems. 125 00 \ 1800 Models 40, 41, 44. 00 00 2 1890 Model 42. 50 00 ? 1890 Diamond Frame Tan- W dems. 80 00 V 1897 Hartfords, patterns 7. ? 8, 0 and 10. 50 00 6 1897 Hartfords, pattern 1.. 40 00 A 1897 Hartfords, pattern 2.. 45 OD A 189? Hartfords. pattern 5 i and 0. 80 00 J The Strongest and Lightest Run- J nlug Bicycle In the World To day. # EDWARDS. GREEN i Manufacturing Jeweler 4 6 SALEM AVE. $ J ' Store closes at 7 p. m. except Sat turdays and paydays. Spalding, Model No. 624 The Spalding -Is the Dest Wheel Built, and is -so considered by all who know a -good wheel when they see one. -We will sell you a SPALDI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 July 1897

E TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. BOANOKE PUBLISHING CO., 1 PUBLISHERS AMD PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. ?.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH\. 50 THKEE MONTHS. .$1.50 SIX MONTHS._ 3.00 ONE TEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 ?DNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 vnnv.o, IBusiness Ofllco FHOHbb! < jgaitorui Boom 143 184 JULY. S M T W T F S .. ... .. ..12 8 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 20 30 81 Major J. Hoga Tyler now has over 000 delegates Instructed tor hlni for gover? nor, and there are over 800 delegates yet to be elected. He will go Into the con? vention with over 1,100 votes. ' Diugley's tariff bill has become a law and. prosperity, according to Republican claims, will Boon be abroad in the land. As the law was enacted chiefly for the benefit of trusts aud Northern manufac? turers, the South and the West will havo the bag to hold. The President's much]talked of message recommending the appointment. of a monetary commission ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 July 1897

One Gent a Word Each Insertion. __HOARDERS WANTED. WANTED^SUMMEB~ BOARDERS. A few boarders Jn Drlvate family, large, cool rooms, plenty of shade; rates low. For particulars address at once, "Belle vue," Bedford City, Va. 7-25-lw. _FOR SAI.K. REAL ESTATE of all sizes aud prices tor sale. Wr'te for descriptive price lists to N.J. Phillips, Blountvllle, Ten? nessee. 7 25-lra. FOR SALE.?For sale one double seated canopy top aurry. Call on Dr. R. " ? Brown, 112 1-2 South Jefferson street. _ _ 710 2w. FOR SALE?Scholarship In the Roa noke Nutional Business College. For particulars apply to The Times office. NOTICE OF MEKTINO. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of tho Virginia Miuernl Springs Company will be held lu the office of tho company, Commercial Bank bulldlng.Roanoke, Va., on JULY 27, at 4 o'clock p. at. HERMANN CRUEGER, Secretary. AGENTS WANTED. Salesman wanted for something new. Good tiling to right man. Address Box *J41, Lyuchburg, Va. 7 20 5t WANTED.?Salesman for Roanokeand ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 July 1897

DIAKRXimA, DYSENTERY, and all .BOTTOM COATI>J,AJriVTS.! ? Sure, Bufe. Quick Cure for those trouble* lg (routr xuvrs'.) j Oed TniornaJ^y and Externally.! Two Bices, 85c and 80c bottles. \ NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. Programmes of the Various Events of its Commencement. ' National Business 'College, Roanoke, Virginia. The Claas of '97 request your presence at their eighth annual com? mencement, Wednesday, July 28, college chapel, 8 p. m.; Thursday .and Friday. July 29 and 80, Academy of Music, 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY, July 28, college chapel: Medal contested by four essayists. Music. Essay, "Think, What Shall the End be," K. C. Rogers. Essay, "Pleasures and Benefits of Lit? erature," Miss M. Carlottn Kindred. Recitation, Selected, Miss Mavis Rice. Essay, "Opportunities of a Material Prosperity," J. E. Gish. Essay, "Beyond the Alps Lies Italy," Miss Edna Long. Music. Essay, read by student who has done best English class work of tho year, "Portia, "Miss Mamie Patterson. Ushers.?Cor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 July 1897

The Popular Shopping Place of the City. At 8C, 50 pieces French style Ginghams, worth 12Ac. At IOC, 25 pieces Figured Organdies, the regular prices were 12?c, 15c and 18c. At 8C, 20 pieces White India Linens, would be cheap at 12?c At 4iC, 10 pieces White Check Muslin, worth 8c. At 5C, 10 pieces White Check Muslin, would be cheap at 10c. At 5C, -0 pieces Colored Lace Striped Lawn, former prices were 8c and 10c. At I2*C, 10 pieces Colored Lappet Mull, former price 14c. At IOC, 5 pieces Striped Pique, just the thing for sepa? rate skirts. At BC, Simpson's and Mem mack's best Calicoes. At l2aC, Brown Denim? nothing better for separate skirts. At !2iC, 25 pieces Figured Silkoline, just the thing for mantle or bed drapery. At 25C, 56-inch Table Linen, worth 35c. At 37iC, 60-inch Table Linen, worth 50c. At 40C, ''8-inch 'Fable Linen, worth 60c. At 5C Turkish Towels. At IOC, Turkish Towels, ex? tra large, worth 12?e. At IOC, Linen Huck Towels, 18x36, sold everywhere at 12?c. At 50C, 50 Whi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 July 1897

Your Grocer Will Give You This Silver-Plated TEASPOON with every large size cake of White Cloud Floating Soap containing 20 yards o"f the best sew? ing silk with every small size cake White Cloud Floating Soap. The cost of this spoon and SpOOl Of S?k COmeS OUt Of Made by She MONOTUCK SILK CO; our pocket entirely?it's one of our ways of advertis? ing. We want you to get acquainted with the whitest floating soap on the market. If your grocer can not supply you, send us his address. MADE ONLY BY JAS. Sa K.BRK & CO., CHICAGO. THE LARGEST SOAP MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. ESTABLISHED 1839. Wrecking Crew Abandoned the Air Pumps to Riot. !)i:.VNK WINE FROM BUCKETS. The ?lnto stui>].rd the Fight Just In Time to Savo Captain Le Cato From n Horrible Death Under the Water?A Narrow Escape. Captain Alfred B. Lc Cato, a veteran diver, almost lost his life on tho Jersey coast not long ago. Captain Lo Cato was In command of tho Merrltt wrecking tug William Cooley, at work recl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 July 1897

IDN'T KNOW STRATTON. *?t After the Millionaire Had Identified Himself Ho Got HU Car. Probably no town of its sizo has as taauy very rich men ns Colorado Springs. They bavo millionaires to burn," said o geutlomau who recently visited there. "Colorado Springs is tho home of W. B. Stratton, tho man who a few years ago wub at work with a juokplane, earn? ing a scanty living, bnt who is now the possessor of anywhere from $16)000,000 to$20,000,000,"Haidmyfrieud. "Strat? um does not bavo the appearance of a man borne down with a weighty pocket book. Much of tho time ho-goes about m clothes a tramp might object to. When ho had, in a couple of years, oloaoed up tho paltry sum of $4,300, 000?or ?2,000,000 a year?himself and family thought thoy would like a vacation. Thoy concluded to inako a trip to California. "Tho next day Strattou went to Den? ver on business. His banker had notified bim that he had made a mistake of $250,000 in his bank account. He had tbat much moro in tho bank than he t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 July 1897

FIBE fflS?BAHGB! Giias. Lnnsfortl&Son, The Pioneer Agents. Represent' tho largt>st foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also Issue surety bonds.. Commercial National Bank Building, Ground Floor. We have a nice lot of Split Bamboo and Lance Wood Fishing Rods**-* That we wish to close out at cost. Our cost is as low as cash can buy. See our line and prices on Hammocks. NELSON & MYERS, Hardware Dealers, 207 COMMERCE STREET. C35~ Agents for Fairbauk's Scales. Money to Loan. - Parties desiring to borrow money -in small loans ranging from $200 -to $000 from the Lynchburg Per -petual Building nud Loan Com -pany on Improved Ronnoke city -real estate will call and fde appli -cations with J.W. BOSWELL, Agent, 110J Jefferson Street. CUT THIS OUT! and brine it to my store on Jeffer? son street and it will be accepted as FIVE PER CENT, payment on * ^ uny bill you may make. ? i I. BA?HRACH. \ 3reakfast 25 cents; dinne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 July 1897

VOL. XVIII. NO. : A "KODAK" Will greatly add to the pleasure of your summer's outing. We will show you how to take the picture and develop them. Pocket Kodak $5. No. 2 Bulls Eye $8. No. 2 Bullet $10. ROANOKE CYCLE CO. W' t&<a*.108 Salem Avenue. ^ The Long-Delayed and Much An- J "\ tlclpatod Ltrop Has Come. W All 1897 Columbias.$ 75 00 1897 Tandems. 125 00 189? Models 40, 41, 44. 00 00 1890 Model 42. 1890 Diamond Frame Tan? dems. 1897 Hartfords, patterns 7. 8, 9 and 10. 1897 Hartfords, pattern 1.. 1897 Hartfords, pattern 2.. 1890 Hartfords, pattern 5 and ?. The Strongest and Lightest Run nlng Bicycle in the World To-day. 50 00 80 00 50 00 40 00 45 0D 80 00 J EDWARDS. GREEN A nianufaoturlUK Jeweler, 4 6 SALEM AVE. *J Store closes at 7 p. rn. except Sat T turdays and paydays. Spilding, Modbl No. 524 The Spalding -Is the Best Wheel Built, and is -so considered l:y all who know a? -good wheel when they see one.? -We will sell you a SPALDING? -1890 $100 wheel, with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 July 1897

TIMES EVERY HORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ISO AN OK K PUBLISHING CO., POBLIBHER8 AND PROPRIETORS, 182 CAMPBELL AVB. *.W. TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 ?? THREE MONTHS.f 1.50 " BIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 sunday EDITION, ONE YEAR. ..... . . 1-00 j Buslneu OfUce.143 FHOHB8. ^ editorial Boom?.12? JULY. S M T W T F S .. .. .. ..133 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 13 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 McNally, the Boston swimmer, did not make the trip from Dover to Calais, as the currents were against him in his at? tempt to swim the English channel. He swam, however, to within three miles of Cape Grizneg, n distance of 35 miles, which is said to he more than has evei been accomplished by any man before, although there seems to be some sort of a tradition that Captains Boynton and Webb have swam the English channel. It is very hard to down American pluck and perseverance. It never rains but it pcurs. With the reported rich finds of gold In Alas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 July 1897

The Now Saleslady. Do Bangs?I. bought u shirt at this ?tore. Ouu I ohnugo it at Hub counter? Saleslady (somewhat embarrassed)? well, er, don't you?you think you had better go whero you can have more privacy??Philadelphia Bulletin. Beyond Its Scope. She?Now that you have insured your life iu my favor you must nsk papa's consent to our marriage. He?B-b-but it isn't an accident pol? icy!?New York Journal. Dementia. He?What is a crank? She?Why, a person with one idea. "Would you cull mo a crank?" "Why, no. I nover gavo you credit for having ouo idea."?Youkers States? man. OASTOHIA. W A NT ? 'One Gent a Word Each Insertion. founu. estray?A red cow. has taken up with my cow at 1013 Norfolk avenue s. e. Owner can iret same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. 7 28 tf liOAKDEKS WANtlCD. WANTED.?SUMMER BOARDERS. A few boarders in private family, large, ?cool rooms, plenty of shade; rates low. For particulars address at ouce, "Belle vue," Bedford City, Ya. 7-25-lw. for s.u.k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 July 1897

NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. Programmes of the Various Events of its Commencement. * ,Nattonal Business College, Roanoke, Virginia. The Class of. '07 request your presence at their eighth annual com? mencement, Wednesday. July 28, college ! ehapel, 8 p. m.; Thursday and Friday. July 29 and 30, Academy of Music, 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY, July 28, college chapeh Medal contested by four essayists. Music. Essay, "Think, What Shall the End be," K. C. Rogers. Essay, "Pleasures and Benefits of Lit* eratnre," Miss M. Carlotta Kindred. Recitation. Selected, Miss Mavis Rice. Essay, "Opportunities of a Material Prosperity," J. E. Gish. Essay, "Beyond the Alps Lies' Italy," Miss Edna Long. Mustc. Essay, read by student who has done best English class work of the year, "Portia, "Miss Mamie Patterson. Ushers.?Corbine Glass, Master, M. F. Brumbaugh, R. J. Neighbors, R. H. Jackson, W. M. Powell, Max Frantz, Lee Ephraim, A. W. Obenshain, master, Geo. Van Lew, T. H. Spencer, Thos. Flckling, Stuart Britts, E. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 July 1897

Grand Clearance Sale ?AT The Popular Shopping Place of the City. At 8C, 50 pieces French style Ginghams, worth 12Ac At IOC, 25 pieces Figured Organdies, the regular prices were 12?c, 15c and 18c. At 8C, 20 pieces White India Linens, would be cheap at 12?c. At 4iC, 10 pieces White Cheek Muslin, worth 8c. It 5C, 10 pieces White Cheek Muslin, would be cheap at 10c. At 5C, 20 pieces Colored Lace Striped Lawn, former prices were Sc and 10c. At 12-iC, 10 1?'<'(:('* Colored Lappet Mull, former price 14c At IOC, 5 pieces Striped Pique, just the thing for sepa? rate skirts. At 5C, Simpson's and Mem mack's best Calicoes. At f 2iC, Brown Denim nothing better for separate skirts. At I2<C, 25 P^ces Figured Silkoline, just the thing for mantle or bed drapery. At 25C, 56-inch Table Linen, worth 85c. At 37iC, 60-inch Table Linen, worth 50c. At 40C, 68-inch Table Linehj worth ()()c. At 5C. Turkish Towels. At IOC, Turkish Towels, ex? tra large, worth 12.U-. At IOC, Linen Huck To...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 July 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: ??p*AKE a look through our establishment? Certainly, in a few moments." "Yes, wo occupy tho whole building?threo stories, fifty-two and a half ? by ninety feet. Nearly fiftcon thousand suuar? feet of floor space. AH of our largest and tinost presses arc on this floor. Tin* fno is the l.tto*t liddi'd n. prints a sheet 29x42 at a maximum speed of 2,400 impressions an lu.ur, running without perceptiblo jar or vibration, with a 'click ' that does one good to listen t<? "Wo doubt if its equal, for its class of work, is in the State." "This is the press wo use for our finest Illustrated Catalogue. School Annual, nnd other book Work; prints a sheet 31x00. It is driven by a direct, individual electric motor?no belts or pulleys." "These two aro for Hail road nnd Commercial Work, tho largest one being used for copying-ink work almost exclusively. All of our presses have automatic; uonilting mnchines which register the sheets as they arc printed, leaving no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 July 1897

A REMORSEFUL PARENT. B* Wanted a Name Changed and Wanted It lladly. A man who wus bald with tho oxcep ?011 of a small red friugo which reached around tho buck of his heud from oar to ear was waiting for tho lawyer whou tho latter cumo into his office. . "I want to consult you on a rather un usuul cubc," ho said nfter greotiugs had been exchanged. "What I ouiuo to find out is this, cuu a person's nuiup be changed?" > "Certainly. All ho has to do is to show some good und sufficient reason for adopting another name, and it can be very easily urrunged." "I know that. But can it bo done without tho knowlodgo or cousout of tho party most interested?" " Why, of course not." "I was afraid you would say thut. But niuybo when you hear all tho cir? cumstances"? "But there are no circumstances which will permit you to ohuugo a man's name without his knowledge. Thore are lots of meun things you can do behind n friend's buck, but I'm glad to say this is not ouo of them." "But this pers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 July 1897

FEBBINSOB?IIGB! Clas.Lunsftra&So?, The Pioneer Agents. Represent' tho largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents aud adjusters; also issue surety bonds.. Commercial National Bank Building, Ground Floor. We have a nice lot of Spiit Bamboo and Lance Wood.... Fishing That we wish to close out at cost. Our cost is as low as cash can buy. See our line and prices on Hammocks. NELSON & MYERS, Hardware Dealers, 207 COMMERCE STREET. E5?~ Agents for Fairbank's Scales. Money to Loan, - Parties desiring to borrow money -in small loans ranyiug from $'200 -to $G00 from the Lynchburg Per -petual Building and Loan Com -pany on improved Roanoke city -real estate will call aud die appli ?-cations with J. W. BOSWELL, Agent, 110} Jefferson Street. CUT THIS OUT ! \ and brine it tomy store on Jeffer? son street and it will be accepted as FIVE PER CENT, payment on any bill you may make. I. BACHRACH. Breakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents; -supper, 25 c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 July 1897

VOL. XVIII. ]SfO. A^KODAK" Will greatly add to the pleasure ot your .summer's outing. We will show you how to take the picture and develop them. Pocket Kodak $5. No. 2 Bulls Eye $8. No. 2 Bullet $10. ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,' Efl' %?flB:i08 Salem Avenue._ The Xinng-Dolnyed and Much An- x tlclpnturt oropHmComo, All 1897 Columbias.$ 75 00 S 1807Tamiems. 125 00 ^ 1606 Models 40, 41, 44. 00 00 189? Model 42. 50 00 1890 Diamond Frame Tan? dems. 80 00 1897 Hartfords, patterns 7, 8, 9 and 10. 50 00 1897 Hartfords, pattern 1.. 40 00 1897 Hartfords, pattern 2.. 45 09 1890 Hartfords, patten 5 and 0. 80 00 The Strongest and Lightest Run? ning D(cycle in the World To-day. EDWARD S.GREEN Manufacturing Jeweler, 6 SALEM AVE. Store closes at 7 p. m. except Sat turdays and paydays. 0 Spalding, Model No. 624 The Spalding -Is the Best Wheel Built, and is -so considered by all who know a -good wheel when they see one. -We will sell you a SPALDING -1890 $100 wheel, with 1897 handle -bars, saddle, tires and pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 July 1897

TIMES EVERY MOBKING, BXCKPT MONDAY. BOANOEB PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 ?? THREE MONTHS..fl.50 " BIX MOUTHS. 5V.00 41 ONE TEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE TEAR.. 1.00 .RnKcH, f BmImm OrB.ce.1*3 FHONKH: ^ Kdltotlal Boqma.1?* S M T W T F S . i 1 3 8 .4 5 6 7 8 ? 10 11 12 18 .14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 - 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 80 81 The rush to the Alaskan gold fleldsjcon tinnes, and the fact that the damages of the Chllkat paBs may be avoided by a route of 180 miles over level piairles, will, no doubt help to swell the number of persons seeking wealth in the Yukon ind Klondike regions. New York was sweltering in the heat a short time ago, but now the thermom? eter seem3 Inclined to go to the other ex? treme. On Tuesday moining early it marked only 60 degrees, which was the coolest weather ever experienced there on that date, although in 1891 the mercury went down to 61 degrees. The dec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 July 1897

, ( No Vulnerable Spot. Corporations have 110 souls," re? marked the man who liked the sound of Ms voice. ??I 'No," replied the man who had beeii "Steuiug, "nmi tuey bavo uo BOjar Plexus oither."?New York Journal. He Never Adjourns. yotV^nEU ' *0UU8 8,"P? gouo home "N-uo, papa." ? "}?cl\ jusfc "sk uitn if be {biuk8 he is tho house rf representatives. "? Cleveland Plain Dealer. A Time Killer. Blinks?Summering in Louelivillo, <"?. I don't see wbut you do thcro to pass tho time. Jinks?-Oli, tirno passes quickly enough when I think of the board I am poyiug." ?New York Weekly. The New Way. "I don't beliove women sit around and Bay menu things about one another's dre6s as uiuoh as they need to." "They don't. They ride around and abuso one another's wheels."?Pitts burg Chronicle. "Complete Manhood AND How to Attain It" A Wonderful Now Modlcal Hook, writ ton for Man (July. Ono copy may be had free, sealed, In plain envel? ope, on application. ERIE MEDICALCO., 64 Niagara St, BUFFA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 July 1897

NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. Programmes of the Various Events of its Commencement. National Business College, Roanoke, ? Virginia. The Class of '07 request your presence at their eighth annual com? mencement, Thursday and Friday, July 20 and 80, Academy of Music, 8 p. m. THURSDAY, July 20th, Academy of Music: Music, piano solo, Miss Maud Card well. Invocation (by chaplain), Rev. C. D. Bulla. Address of welcome, Stuart H. Beck ley. A sketch'of the past work of the school and its ontlook for the future, Mrs. Blanche G. Rogan. Music, vocal solo, Lanier Cray. Awarding of medals. Presentation of diplomas. Musio vocal solo, Miss Lillie Nicholis, of Danville. Address to graduates, Hon. John W. Kern. Decision of judges. FRIDAY EVENING: Annual address before the students of the National Business College by Col. George W. Bain, of Lexington, Ken? tucky. Invocation (by chaplain), Rev. T.-* J. Sbipman. Vocal Solo, selected, Miss Lila Beck ley. Address by Col. Bain, "Boys and Girls, Nice and Naugh...

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