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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 February 1897

TRY LEGGETT'S ] 1 PREPARED_PI? CRUST! ? Never Palls, fry It Onco. 4 ? It Will Pleuse You. 2 15 ckxis. ^ Thum? I5V5. VOL. XVII, No. Ill I'KIC'K -iliKliJ-; UU.N1?. *HtC WKATHJdH Foreonut Tor Vlrglnta: Fair mi.l *oa tie "White Rimmed Creirent." Ifa a nycr. t.lcc $7C. Uattcr ttjiui hits or *100 wheili. HOANOKB C:\CLE CO. I FRESH GARDEN SEED! | <? ?- % X Wo 1! rve Opened Our stock of a I BUIST'S I $ RELIA3LE GARDEN SEED. | ?? ?' . II and (Jet (!ntalogue. |> $ .A ? Frosli Stock. ? ? N Commission Seed. ? I MASSIE'S PHARMACY. 1 V Yellow Ijhd Silver Skin Onion Sets. ? <? ? V> C>?XK>0OO^ 0?> CmJ>00 OOS'* 5 Simply a Suggestion! \ ? ? Do you want, 0 $ Can ycu use. f Do you require, J ? Could you enjoy, \ ? Would you desire, % * Would you 'ike <* 5 ? a? 5 $ Fins Lady's or Gent's j j Gold Watch ? j 4 This Week Domo Interesting ^ J linrgitl 11?, J ? EDWAFfoS. GREEM 5 Mtmuffioturlug Jewoler. '? J 6 SA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 February 1897

The N. K. Fairbank Company, St. Lonis, Chicago, New Orleans, Baltimore. THE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROAXOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AKD l'HOPRIETOR8, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TEHMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, OXE MONTE. HO " THREE MONTHS. $1.80 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " OXE YEAR, LX ADVANCE. B.OO SUNDAY EDITION, OXE YEAR. 1.00 ,,,,.,V,K I HllsllH'SH Olllc.?.14!$ rauBW' ?) ttdltorlal Kooiua. 1X4 The House committee on judiciary has -decided to report favorably a bill giving authority to governors of Territories to make appointments during a recess of the executive cnunciljto any office which be? comes vacant during the recess and the appointments to which must be confirmed by the council. The commissions are to expire at the close of the next recess of the council. The bill also empowers gov? ernors of Territories to remove any old cers appointed by them. Utah is advancing rapidly in the mys teries of Statehood. Although hardly u year old, the means employed in recentl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 February 1897

M?sl torturing and disfiguring <>f Itching, burning, scaly skin und scalp humors is in. Stoutly relieved l>y a wnnu hath with Cuti cuka 8< >ap, a single application of CtrricuiiA (ointment .the great Skill eure, and a full dose of Cuticuua Uesolvest, (creates! of blood pmillers ;uiU liunmr cures, when all else fails. I??nl?l thrr:i~hnnttho world. roTTKR DmroAWnCllEIt. Com-., Prop,., Bottom. " Flow to Cure Suit Rbtum/'frco. FALLING HAIR W?Sl^ Ho Bstler Disciplined Scboai in tne iionth Than too RO MOKE, VA. .. -?~Ar We give a Systematic Business Education with English, Math? ematics, Book-keeping, Short hani'and Typewriting as lead firs. Do not forget that we haf'8 a preparatory course with the best of instructors. We pay especial attention to discipline. #^r* Call see our works. ri?ANQKE STREET HAIL>TO SCHEDULE IN KyJBCI OOTOItKK III, 1806. i D tSprliii; WeatKna- vl* WaTt >t Jfe M art i'rimary, Ho? cured In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 February 1897

The Fiery Texas Senator Fights the Treaty Hard, 71K TELLS THE SENATE THAT WAR IS FREQUENTLY JCSTIFIA ' RLE, AND THAT THE UNITED STATES MUST NOT BE PUT IN A POSITION WHERE II CANNOT i DEFEND OCR CITIZENS 'OK IN- { S1ST UPON OUR BIGHTS, Washing too, Feb. 15.?The ' foreign re Qatiooa committee ndjouroeA with the majority feeling anything b*t comforta? ble ovei the outlook. Mr. S&erman noti fietl his colleagues that he should move an executive session early 'Xi tne (fay for the purpose of testing tb; sense of the Senate and Intimated, us ho di?J on the lloor last evening, that if there was no possibility of a speedy vote he would no*, further press the consideration e'f treaty . Mr. Sherman made his demand tor an ?executive session a few minutes after tl.e Senate convened, refusing to yield to any? thing but the most routine o: morning business. Early in tit-*- executive session Mr. Chandler offered an amendment to the convention in the shape of an addi? tional article, whic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 February 1897

Art iving Daily. Now is the time to make up for the coming summer, and avoid sewing during the heated term. New 36-inch All-wool Dress Goods, in small and white checks, only 25c per yard. New Covert Cloths, beautiful spring shades, two-toned effect, only 75c; just the thing for tailor-made suits. Twenty Dress Patterns?just the thing for the coming spring (eight yards to the pattern), only 75c per yard, worth $1.25. (00 pieces Black Oress Goods, in plain and fancy, at prices ranging from 25c up. We feel assured that we can sava you at least 25 per cent, on your purchases. Wash Goods department. New Percales, 36 inches wide, only 8c yard. New Cambric-Finished Percales. 36-incheswide,Giilyl2^c. "New Outings, just the thing for Wrappers, only 10c per yd. New Outings, suitable for Boys' Shirts, at 8c. New spring line Vicuna Cloth, for wrappers, at 10c yard. New line of Shrunk Duck, only 10c per yaru\_ While Goods Department, 200 pieces White Check Nain? sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, !0c, 12^0 and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 February 1897

A man fearr. and abliors the high? wayman who at the point of the revolver robs hi in of his money. The mere thought of the ruffian who robs by violence I m a k e s a ui a n shudder. There is a deadlier enemy than the highway man that rob? men not only of their money, but of their ability to make it. and of their health and life. And yet men actually court the advances of this deadly enemy. Its name is consumption. Thousands of bright men and women are passive victims in its clutch. Its daily victims are numbered by thousands. A sine cure for this dread disease is found in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It goes directly to the scat of the trouble. It restores vigorous action to the digestive organs, tones up the liver, and makes the appetite good. It makes the assimilation j perfect and supplies the blood with the elements that build up healthy tissue. It acts upon the !un~s driving out all impuri? ties and disease ffcrnis. It soothes the shat? tered nerves and they resume t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 February 1897

It is not reasonable to expect to be cured of any disease, no matter how constant and persevering- the treat? ment, when that treatment is alto? gether misdirected, and can not jwssi bly reach the trouble. This explains why those afllictcd with catarrh meet with so much dis? couragement. Though they faithfully take the usual treatment consisting of sprays, washes, etc., and pass through the summer without much discomfort, as soon as cold weather returns, they find themselves more firmly in the grip of the disease than ever. Such results could hardly be expected if the proper treatment had been given. (_) Any one who has bad experience With catarrh will readily admit that it is one of the most obstinate of diseases; it is easy to sec, therefore, that it is deep-seated, and that no remedy which merely reaches the .surface can have the slightest effect upon it. The only known cure for catarrh is a real blood remedy, one which gets at the scat of the disease?lite cause of the trouble? a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 February 1897

9 I* _ * The carpenters and pamters * ?Ji now have charge of my store- S. ?ej room to rotii and remodel Iti ? 5 every respect. I iuteud to have * * a bright and attractive place of jjj * bnaiucss, whoro every article Jwill j* be marked in plain figures and sold at strictly one price and j-R Mv ? methods of doing business will be ? 5 on business principles and I hope j$ 5l to have my now home ready to jj ^ receive you about February IK. jj *j watch for Special ^Announce- g> I _ it * fit I E. WILE, I "?I Successor to .lof?. Cohn, |0> **! Cor. Campbell ?ud Jefferson Sts., ;* I ROANOKE, VA. S North. Ehst, aoutb, West the .'lower of flours is ?? Pill-bury's liest." Costs a little more than any other be? cause it is worth more. And it makes more bread, makes whiter bread, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is ".just as goodjV but it isn't. HAWKINS I FIELDING, Agents, Bartsook Building, Market Square, Ha'/8 You ?,'V^J: v: Insured? -?&g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 February 1897

TRY LEGGETT'S ] PREPAREDJME CRUST! \ Never Kails. Try It Once. < It Will Please You. < IS OKNT8. * , 'Phono 163. 4 VOL. XVII, No. I 12 I'ltius '? !iia;i; ol.ms, I-1 TUM WK4THBH forecast for Virginia: Generally f.ilr during the ?luv. preceded by light tbowort; winds shifting to westerly) Mllghtl)' cooler '9 miles on it "Sterl? ing," ridden by K. Roth, of Chicago, in '?(!. Priee $100. '1)7 " Karablers," $.30. ?00 " Ramblers," (while they Inst)*?!). :t $7."i wheel we are selling at the "Shelby Ideal," with the .. & IJ. tire." liest value ever offered for. t lie money. Coine ami see it. ROAXOKE CYCLE CO., r.. f.. ? Im\ PPO, ni!?ni?sor. I FRESH GARDEN SEED! 1 $ We tve Opened Our Stock of BUISTS RELIABLE GARDEN SEED. 1 'all and Get Catalogue. Z Ail Fresh stock. * No < 'ommission Seed. % MASSSE'S PHARMACY, | ? Yellow anil Silver Skin Onion Set <g \ Simply a Suggestion! \ * ? # 9 Do you want, 9 9 0('.n ycu use, 9 Do you require, 9 J C*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 February 1897

THE TIMES BVKKY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. KOAKOEE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS ANI> PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TEBMS NY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.00 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAH, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAH. 1.00 FEBRUARY. S , M T W T P S ... 1 2 34 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 15 10 17 IS 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 2H ,?,?..,.? 1 Hu?ltiOH? Otlloe.14? l HUM.S - iidltorl?! Huoma. 1?4 Cyclone Jim Marshall, from the hills of Craig, still retains his thirst for ollice. He now has a hankering for the job of lieutenant gorernor. Cyclone doesn't lack much of being a back issue. If the United States Senate refuses to ratify the general arbitration treaty with Great Britain, the Venezuelan congress might make a similar disposition of the one Secretary Olney labored so hard to arrange for the settlement of the Guiana boundary tjuestion, and then if both schemes should fall through, tins coun? try might be called upon, after all, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 February 1897

I mplos, blotches, blackheads, red. roneh. th<T.' u,0Jnfy,! ii?. itching, scaly scalp, dry thin, and falling hair, and baby blemishes ProvontodI by Cuticoka Soap, tho most citeehvo sdin purifying and boaulifyiii" soap in tho world, as well as purest au3 sweetest for toilet, bath, and mirsory. ?2i nU *?1J t"ro?l!ho'a the worM. Potter Dmo <W II. w to l'revent race Humor,,?? mailed free. JEVEBY HUMOR Ho Batter Disciplined Scbooj~in~tIit? South Than tho NATIONAL Business College KO*NOKF, VA. give a Systematic Business Education with English, Math? ematics^ Book-keeping, Short hand'and Typewriting as lead? er. Do not forget that we hotrfi a preparatory course with His best of instructors. We pay especial attention to discipline. _ Cail see our works. mtllM STREET RAILWAf SCHEDULE IN Krj*iSOT OCTOUEK 21, 1hi)?. Crystal jKr?i,klln 11.1? I'urVi Koad. a m a 4u W 20 111 IX) 10 4(1 11 MO P M vi on I'i -to 1 2) 3 IM) J 40 M 90 4 00 1 40 0 3) (i 00 ti 4'l 7 20 S00 ?40 '1 80...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 February 1897

TRYING THEIR GUNS. The Blockading Squadron Burn a Lot of Powder. Charleston, S. C.,Fcb. 15.?The feature of. the day In the blockading of this port by Admiral Bunco's Moot consisted of some heavy nun practice by the entire squadron. Shortly after 1 o'clock the sldps moved into their blockading posi ? tions and, putting out floating targets at distances ranging from 100 to 1,000 yards, liegan to get their main Latteries into ac? tion. The line of action was the same as that which the licet bad observed during other blockade work. The targets used were tins ordinary Moat? ing triangles of seven feet to the side. The practice began at 1:45 p. in. The main batori tea of the ships are Massachu sets, four 13-inch, eight S inch and four (5-inch guns: the Maine, four 10-inch und six (? inch guns; the Amphitrite, four 10-inoh and two 4 inch rapid lire guns: the Now York, six 8-inch and twelve 4-inch rapid tire guns; the Indiana, font 18-inch,eight H indi guns: the Columbia, one 8-inch, two 8-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 February 1897

Arriving Daily. Now is the time to make up for the coming summer, and avoid sewing during the heated term. New 36-inch All-wool Dress Goods, in small and white checks, only 25c per yard. New Covert Cloths, beautiful spring shades, two-toned effect, only 75c; just the thing for tailor-made suits. Twenty Dress Patterns?just the thing for the coming spring (eight yards to the pattern), only 75c per yard, worth $1.25. 100 pieces Black Dress Goods, in plain and fancy, at prices ranging from 25c up. We feel assured that we can sava you at least 25 per cent, on your purchases. Wash Goods Department, New Percales, 36 inches wide, only 8c yard. New Cambric-finished Percales. 36-incheswide,onlyl2Kc. New Outings, just the thing for Wrappers, only 10c per yd. New Outings, suitable for Boys' Shirts, at 8c. New spring line Vicuna Cloth, for wrappers, at 10c yard. New line of Shrunk Duck, only 10c per yard. White Gourfs Department. 200 pieces White Check Nain? sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c, 12^ c'and 15...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 February 1897

A woman's looking-glass docs not lie to her. If sb'c looks carefully and owns the truth to herself, she will acknowledge that it shows to her as it shows to others, a face full of the ugliness of suffering and pain. If a woman wants hct mirror to reflect a pain free face she shoal 1 take proper care of her womanly self, e should sec that the organs that are distinctly fem? inine are kept free from weak ness and disease. Ity this means only can n woman remain fresh-looking ami attractive. Women may erase from their faces the lines of suffering by using Dr. Picrcc's Fa? vorite Prescription. Over 90,000 women have testified in writing to its marvelous merits. It acts directly 011 the womanly or? gans. It makes them strong and healthy. It cure s all weakness and disease. It allays inflammation, soothes pain, and calms and steadies and invigorates the pain-racked nerves. It prepares for wifchood and moth? erhood. It docs away with the discomforts of the expectant period. It insures baby'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 February 1897

What's the Use of Waiting? "They " say "all things como to him who waits," but wo tiavo no been waiting, and wo don't propose to wait. "Wo KNOW our prices aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will come alter it, in (MM way or another, either by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality oi execution, or personal interviews. "Wo are not grumbling; far from it. "We've had our sharo; wo are still getting our share. But we have placed at your disposal a modorn, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with Roanok?, V?._189 M_ To BALL & MAY, Dr. T?fm?_GROCERS such facilities aa to command admiration from all ith whom we havo business intercourse. "Wo aro not waiting; haven't time to wait An Up-tO-Date Printing Office. One of tho vows the writer made when ho was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kopt clean, at least by comparison. At that timo ho h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 February 1897

s I An Attractive | I Qinrn I S ? ?' r. ft' * 0 * ?i The carpenters and painters * ?# now havo charge of my store- ?, v room Id relit and remodel in 4 every respect. I intend to have jj 5j a bright aud attractive placo of j* * business, where every articlejwill j* Jjj bo marked in plain figures and ;* * so'!d at strictly one pticc. My ;a * methods of doing business will be > $ ou buMuess principles und-I hope jj * to have my now home ready to <*. X watch for Special "Announce- ta mom. receive you about February 18. North, East, south, West the llower of 'flours is "Plllsbury's liest." Costs a little more than any cither be? cause it. |s worth more. Vnd It makes more bread, m ikes whiter h end, makes letter bread. Your grocer may toll you something else is "jtisi a- goody? but it isn't. HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents, Qartsook Building, Market Square. Hy] Your Ileus,. I I n a?eiou"i,?rlns?reo? Vir?-, rare, Accident LAWRENCE S. DAVIS. j t, COMING AND GOIN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 February 1897

4 fr? fr? <Mt?**4H>ft**? TRY LEGGETT'S |. PREPAREDJPIE CRUST! ' ? Never Vails. Try It Once. X It Will Please You. ? - 1 ? i'Itmax *v b:vai\s. ! i 'Phone 15v. < vol. xvii, n?. tia I'll Ice. ilIKKK ^fc.NXS. P Tino wkathbii Forecast for Vlrelnla: Fllr, wiii nn r: v hide niiirtiuK tu southerly. mills on a "SterP log," riililen by K. Roth, of Chicago, in ?Uli. Price $10?. ".)7 ".Ramblers," $80. '!)(! ?? Ramblers." (while they last)$00. We have a $75 wheel we are selling at *?"><?, called the "Shelby Ideal," with the "Great G. Ac G. tire." Rest value ever offered for the money. Come ami see it. ROANOKE CYCLE CO., ti. l. fi.ippo, Manager; FRESH GIRL-EN SEED! a We Have Opened Our Stock of & I BUIST'S I I RELIABLE GARDEN SEED. | % < \iH and Gel < Catalogue. S ? C Immission Seed. ^ I MASSIE'S PHARMACY. 1 & Vellow nail Silver Skin Onion Sets. ? ?????OOe^OO^C^O^O^O^*?? ?>?>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 February 1897

THE TIMES BVRKV MORNING, EXCEPT MONOAV. EOANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPUELL AVE. S.W. TKRMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 8.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 FEBRUARY. S 14 21 M 1 8 15 T o ? 10 23 W T 8 4 10 11 IT 18 24 25 F 3 12 1!? 20 S (i 18 20 2? . . . . 143 ... 1?4 ( ItllHilH'Nfl OflicM- . | ?? il ! 1 o r i ill KooillS In defying the protest of the powers concerning her action in Crete, Greece very much resembles the young bovine that attempted to butt the engine olT the truck. The United States Government has made a great show in prosecuting the owners and commanders of vessels en? gaged in filibustering, but. so far, with? out any practical results. A good deal of disbelief has been ex? pressed concerning the alleged vinegar spring In Tennessee: but this is not much stranger than the cow tret Mid the bread fruit tree of South America. It all de? pends on how such mutte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 February 1897

Ho Batter Disciplined School In t?n bouth Than lha NATIONAL HO 1 MOKE, VA. We give a Systematic Business Education with English, Math emat cs, Book-keeping, Short? hand and Typewriting as lead firs. Co not forget that we ho,e a preparatory course with the best of instructors. Wa pay especial attention to discipline. \&Sr" Call see our works. (1QAWOKE STREET RAILWAY ?OHEDULE IN RFl<iS4)T OOTOIIKK ?I, isou. ?Jryistn! Franklin I u ?l?rlun -1> iikm vlui . Wonthinil. vi . U'al'i B.HPitrU Kuh?. I.st ?M mi IS A M S I) ?I ?I 10 OU umii 11 9 i )' M '.-2 01 ia in ?. 2 ) :i ao 4 no 1 in : .'. s i: n w11 ? 40 j 1J)1 8 u" d to 'i ?i * .ii !l hj ! '.! HI I ' It II OU ' 1140 I' M 19 20 1 DO 1 til t to I a 4i.; 4 80 ! A H S 10 ' II .',0 i '.?30 in in A M 4 !K) !MiU 14 40 til 311 10 M) i .lijO 11 30 ,i IU P il I I" * 13 111 12 BO 1 :;?) a 10 3 Ml li 31 ?> (?i 7 4(1 :; so <i 11 ?j r,:i B *i u in Ii M 7:>i 8 10 R r,? 0 30 13 ?n 1 00 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 February 1897

Given Away These $y-jif?.)| Useful Mrs. Nella Dnggett, o? Boston, lias re? cently written a liook, "Fancy Work and Art Decorations," that gives practical in? structions for making doilies, table covers, scarfs, tray-cloths, pin cushions, etc., etc.,"with fifty illustrations. This hook, Jtoaether with ?'.Successful "Home Dying," will he sent free to any reader who will address "Diamond Dyes,'- Bur? lington, Vermont, inclosing a 2-cent stamp. The above liberal oiler is made to ad? vertise the reliable Diamond Dyes, and get their book upon home dying into the bands of the women who want to dress well by making their old clothes look like nctv. The fact that Diamond Dyes have been the standard home dyes for nearly twenty years, and that their sales increase from year to year, is proof positive that they have never had an equal. RUSIE TRADED. Phillies Give New York Their Star Bat? tery for Him. Baltimore, Eel). 10.? V dispatch from Pbiladeplhia last night says: "The Philadelphia baseball...

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