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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 2 September 1903

.. _JL ' '-. www ^4KM.y>?.,* Tr S O'L D I 1 DURING THE PAST MONTH 1 I ' ovcrAS' . 1 . I PIMPS AND ORGANy > 2 Think it oVer-there : -> I are. reasons?tor it. f' I No Notes to sign here.- f T' | Have some Great Bar- ? 1 gains left. See them f f quick. New stock ar- | 1 ruing daily. I j I Roanoke Music Co. | A 22 Salim Avo. W. C. T. Jennings, Mgr. a ^r?iYto*TW*r.v.Y^^ar^Y?Yara*ravari(iraraM another arbitrator* appointED. - v~I The Sept. 1.?Prof. (,a:uuaih. r of Austria. iu.{- brcn appointed one of the arbitrators of the claims of the alileil pow'eis for preferential treatment in tht settlement with Venezuela. The first session "today of ttye court Which is -to decide the Venezuelan f" claims was occupied by the discussion of the procedure to be followed. The ' . 4 members of the council of administration. the premiei, Dr. Kuyper. and the foreign minister^ Baryn Van Lynden. were ..present. PM?B HP&Z excluded from the coim. The Venezuelan ' co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 2 September 1903

^^ HH|^BS*^^EHflF*FiVjjBVF . \ *<*_ j FBouib pfler the New$ Was Issued IK*4 w "* B& On the 25ih we advertised a piece of property as a snap j to and said it woul^be sold before 10 o'clock the following day. 1 r . We sold it in the evening of the 25th to the first party that exWe^te^a^offer two SPECIAL BARItAI NS in city pro- j Wc'- ' FIRST j htp!t>;* ' " - tr Nice room cottage in thorough condition, lot SO feet j;' front, beautiful lawn and nice garden. Price Only l $l,300. Terms $175 cash, balonce $11.00 per month. If SECOND Nice 7 room cottage, lot 140 feet front, nice gardeD. PH06 $l|3QO* Terme $150 cash. Balance *20.00 | Jhese Two Properties are Only Offered for || Quick Sales., i SFARCH THE TOWN BAND YOU WILL NOT pFIND ANOTHER LIKE IT pOR - TOE MONEY. \ t :1a It is an ideal little hojne, located <in the subu-bs of the city, lot contains about 1? acres, 10 "large shade trees, 150 assorted fruit trees 2 and 3 * . . years old. Dwelling ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 2 September 1903

OUR OA ?Ff-< r i? or other good securities. Stocks, 1 s ud mlu 1st rut or, Executor, Trustee, J ^rations. ' AITfSITQT QO 1QA? . WEST HOI/NT). LEAVE ROANOKE J DAILY: , . . m. Washington and Chattanooga lint itnt for btittol, intermediate station* and (he fl South and Wot. Pultm*n Sleeper* to Near orlenna and Memphis; connect* at Radford ' 'a (or Blurfield and 1-ocahontaa. ? |> m t-he Chicago Kxpreaa for Radford, E Hluetield. Pocahontas, Kcnova,_ Cincinnati', *g Indianapolis, St. Louis. -Kansas City, Colum- ' V tiua and Chicago. Pullman Buffett Steeoe a Roanoke to Columbun and Blnefield to Cin?tr. ? daily, eace |H Buuduy, fur ilHifirjM sad Intermediate station*. .E us p tti. Daily 'or Briatol and intermediate' stations .Knoxville, Chattanooga and poiala South. Pullman Bleeper.to Knoxville. : to a. m. for Bristol and for Btuefleld, Norths, Pocahontaa and Welch, TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROANOVlf M rom Norfolk'*: 45 a. m.; 4:1 j p. m.; y.-jo p. m. - -.9 'rom Lynchburg, q:eo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 2 September 1903

- . here entails no more work than tak- < ; tax It elsewhere, but' tbe results are ' entirely different The laundering will ( ' W perfect and many tripe to our tub < K will ikk ram tne none*. At ia? , Radford Steam Laundry I tilings are cleansed as they are at J fcotne. but by experienced workers < Ek Wfco have every modern convenience < at h?nd. But .you needn't bring the things '< R:* hare. We'll send for them. H ligW Housekeepers . j WILL USE I Corbv*s Mother's Bread I i DURING THE CARNIVAL HUNTER & CO. I SOLE AGENTS. Oor. Salem are. and Commerce St. \ lender ^ S j Df your child dhould be carefully ! hatched to pr?tt|U ruining them for j life. Don't allow your child, who is J bo dear to you. to enter school with detective eyes (UNCORRECTED), thereteT causing the little one to suffer with ! ITS EYES. HEADACHE. SLOW PROQRBSS IN SCHOLL. and FAILING BALTH, all on- account of EYE J STRAIN. which la so EASILY correct- I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 September 1903

Pp|gppi^|P(P^!jPP!^pipppp9Vpppppi!i||!|li^ ^ . . SLr Jl ___ "" "* V VOL. 7, NO. 115. : ,.'.J-'. ; ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 3, 1903. _. _ PRICE?ONE CENT JAIL BIRD AMON< Once Sailor, Now : to be Missionary LIFE'S WORK . Converted While in Richmond ?** ?! A jan ? win go 10 riji lsianas and Demote Remainder of Life to Religions Work. Two Other Prisoners ,. Embrace Religion. 4 Richmond, V*.. Sept. 3.?From prison bare to the leper colony In the Fiji inlands is the metamorpivceis of Timothy Augustus Madden, now a prisoner In the city Jail. Madden, who Is awaitteg the actfon of the gram! Jury, was incarcerated on mp marge r being a suspicious person. ^ * While awaiting the Judicial verdict of that august t:lbunal. the prisoner has had much time on his hands. Before he was subjected tq locks and bars Madden was a sailor. He climbed the musts on'the good 3hlp Constitution, and while a tar visited all the ports on the map. While In the FIJI islands, in the blue Pacif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 September 1903

B EXPLOSION KILLS " I TWENTY-NINE *, Steamer Vaskapu Destroyed R- v r In Black Sea?Officers and | _ Part of Crew Lost. ^ Conetahtlnople. Sept. 2.?Three explosions oecurml today on the Ausjc,trlan steamer Vaakapu soon after lcavr. ing the Bulgarian port of Hurfea* en ? route for Constantinople by which ( twenty-nine persons perished. The vesBel caught Are and had to be bea-hed. A telegram conveying this news was ' B~.' . received by the(- agent hereof the Hun-garian levant Tine, to?which the Vas- , kapu belongs. The telegram said, the Vaskapu has been d est roved in the f Black 8?a. The captain and officers of j the ateanier and six of her crew were { ITOed. a total of 29 lives being lost. * . The Vaskapu sailed from Yerna. Bui- I *-?K^faria, and after calling at Burgas was . learning through the Black sea to i ^ '"ISpnstantJnopIe when three explosions took olace on hoard. -The -deck .of-til"1 vessel took Are and she had to be.run I * ashore at .Mislvria baj^'lR. mJie*- north I of Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 September 1903

? THOSE . P :---t -AWFUL HEADACHES. ' , __ You know what they are. You' ritlfflVH !'1 "n iln.ii?ftwybady hee 6ot'.ie or another. ?1 ^ How ortea have you hrurd tl?a e prcli.nn. "Oh.1 my head!" Those f? * word* are the slga of latenee sufferin But what ^ the uue of- It oil. Dot jrou know !i Is noasense to suffer that way? Our . Electric Headache and Net ralgia Powders Will Stop tt Most Severe Headache. They ny.er fall. and. what's moi they will not harm you In the least. #?. tl 4 ~ ? * Worn tr hon W.11 fp IMJH I 1 C 11 / l^vw nuv. .that headache coming on jrou. \ r' 4 1JOSE3 10 CENTS. 4 ?0LD ONLY BY McGee's Pharmacy. PRESORi PTION DRUGGIST. Corner Campbell avenue and Henrx S Night Clerk over store. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Voters of the Fourth Senator! Dlstriet. . t kA*Attu ? (inAiinea mvftplf mnd date for the State Senate from the Di trlct composed of Roanoke City, R< anoke county, Montgomery county at Radford, subject to the action of U Democratic Primary. ARCHER A. PHLEGAR: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 September 1903

U ROANOKE, v A. ft Published every day except Sum i; ram roanoke news compa * rates daily: six fThwe mouths .... ' ^ Jt . BOTH PHONES 'Bfeffn' ; Buslueos Office Editorial Rooms.. Delivered by carriers in aij part. Short, newsy letters from correspc tats are solicited; but no attention ' be given to anonymous commun aons. Every article of whatso* |r kind that Is not accompanied by name of a responsible persons i BSk':, " .necessarily for publication) will be Ip/-* i etroyed. / - WEATHER* REPORT. For Virginia:- Fair Thursday Friday; light variable winds. UNIFORM DIVORCE LAWS. -It is to "be regretted that tin- nil .. ment in this, country Tor uniformity tiivcrce legislation appeals t > ^ making unsatisfactory pi ogress T1 is perhaps no matter which tn sternly demands uniformity of li |P. than this. The marriage tie?its sr tity and' -binding force?is the V upon which the stability of hur k society tests in greater degree than K'? other. As long as a few slates ?igi provisions...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 September 1903

1 NEVER S N J.; I SUCH A DISPLAY OF FINE | | PIANOS AND ORGANS 1 e In Roanoke as We Now Have. ' B -r'rlees night. Easiest Tornu'. ? NO MOTES TO SION. 9 Huvo ?omc rare bargains in .J 1| Seton?1 Ifand uprights. ^ - ] "" Si Some only slightly used. ; 2 Better call oe-wrke pTtlek. g I Roanoke Music Co I ? 22Sal?m A*#. W. C. T. Jwining*, Mgr. g mimed it RnvmnN vi m uuiuiuivjviu Boydton". Va.. Sept. 3.?Doc Bacon has been reprieved until September 4. Anderson,Finch was banned at 12:55 p. m. yeste.day and was pronounced dtad at 1:15 p. m. He pretested his innocence and that of Bacon in bis last statement. \ *" H+chtmnttr.'TH.. SepTTT.?It wasarteF midnight when Otfyerntr Montague decided to respite Doc Bacon, condemned to die oh the scaffold at Mecklenburg courthouse yesterday, with Andrew Finch. The respite is for two days. In which time the governor will have ah interview with the commonwealth's attorney for the county and undertake tj\ tain |Ka nvnel aaiiI ino nt nf'tlm people of the coun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 September 1903

SOLD IN |f ' P?j4?ft- unnr BS~ . 0 II (IUII r I After the New: On the 251 h we advertised a and said it would be sold before We sold it in the evening of the 1 amine 1 it. We today offer two SPKCI perty as follows: FIR Nice.rt room cottage in thor front, beautiful lawn and nice 91 ,300. Terms $175 ca? |gLl SEC< Nice 7 room cottage, lot 1 Prlpe $l,300. Terms 1* per ironth. These Two Properties < I Quick Sales. *' X ' " - ' ?#? SEARCH Tl [ AND . YOU ] UNO ANOTH p FOB --THEIt is an ideal little home, 1 of the city, lot contains ah shade trees, 150 assorted fr|' -- years old. Dwelling conti l|'.- cementfd cellar, water pi] [of cellajr, which is used as stable <*ml bnggy tli^d. ~ ^This is a new, clean prope If sold this week we are |c $2,2 SNAP IN W 5 room dwelling close to we p'-.--- property in good condition, jk $200 cash, balance monthly. |& INVESTIGA ^ ' Chas. M#*Af feiif - ' V O.O.OL ; M'J r jolic t ; ~ ~ 213 J effcrson . \ % $? s Was Is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 September 1903

01^AU^ L2S5 p - ^fj i r* ^ o rO? ? THE LITTLE GIRL IS WAITING I u. - , - _JjL yesterday's puzzle, with tbe.it] tuu or iuuuu in mo leu 01 me ! little ab. ve thia headman be found a n Here are the styles of tl from You cin get the reg store, burwrgo a ktep furtl all the regular styles, but w the exclusive styles.* =T It will please you to pla hat9. Hats from 50 cents I a leader ia its class for snip i i#:..i V\ e can furnish your house right Come in and tali ffe ' * - v" g.. ^ . beautiful line c have all the late feigns. Nothinj ?7 pretty piece of i - more attra i PRICES. | ' "The I ? ? Cohvenience, Cle - Brilliai h--y - ?: - The Electric Light i doubt at all about it's being fumbling in the dark for mate ' turn the key, if s dark. Sim FOR ES I Wiring Y< ? . < Y PUZZLE ^OR HER MOTHER. WHERETS SHE? i>per left-corner as "base, an Old man's speaker, formed in the foliage. and a i um nlmt fnri*ia<t I?% ?V? -- ?? *! ?"OV ?WI U1V (1 III iuc ivmnnv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 September 1903

| ' TO BRING THE SHIRT here entails do more work than tali us l: fi*e*here, hut the resu'la Sr entirely different. The laundering wl , t>e perfect and many trine to our tu .u l?-win tot ram the rt orto. Ai the Radford Steam Laundrv , ' thine'? -re cleansed as they are t fiome tut by experienced worker who have every modern eonvenienc i at hand.- . . But you nee&alt brine the thinj kere. We'll send /or them. !' light. Housekeepers WILL USE K rnrhu's Mnfher's RreSi CURING THE CARNIVAL f HUNTER & CO jfr : SOLE AGENTS. 1 . Cor. Salem are. and Commerce SL lender $ ip -. ^8^'Of your child should be carefull watched to prevent .ruining them fc Mf*. Don't allow, your child, who I [ou uco iv* j uu, iv* r: uici ov. uuv>i nun ui (active eyes (UNCORRECTED). then by causing the little one to suffer wit ITS EYES. HEADACHE_gLOW PRC 1 -v OR ESS IN SCHOLL. and FAILINt HEALTHS hit on account of EYI STRAIN, which Is so EASILY correct ed with our COMFORT-GI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 September 1903

^e &limtng peli^. ^1 VtH. ? \n in;?? ROANOKE, VA., FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 4, 1903, rRlCE?ONE CENT ~-% ~_ rr* ~ .. i TEDDY REFUSED TO HAVE GUARD r Went for Months Without Protection SECRET SERVICE MEN >- T?es|>ite the ai'jtjals of his most Intimate friends. President Roosevelt, for it iuag nme aiter.ne took the oath of office. declined to .iave any guai ds ab< lit him. nor would he permit the secet service men to get any information of his movements. ' Said by those who know him best to l>e absolutely without personal fear. It seemed to be abhorrent to'hlm to feel rhat he could not move about unattended. It was net until his advisers had argued with him for weeks that he consented to have the secret service men with him whenever he went on his Journeys. As showing his feelings in this respect.-a story tolil of him after he went | ~~ fo Buffalo, after the death of President j MoKinley. Is to the point. He "arrived in the city a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 September 1903

H SAYS THE NEHRO I IS AN ACCIDENT w John Temple Graves, of Geor?ia, Would Banish Blacks ~ ^FromOurMldst Chicago. ' Sept. 3.?John Temple Graves, of Georgia, delivered an addrees on "The Problem of th"1 Races." This morning before the Forty-eighth convocation of the I'niversitv of Chicago. He said in part: "Separation of the races'is the way. the only way. If God hath made of Eone blood all the nation* or the artn lie hath also established unto them the T'-H8 Hnd bn"P?'.s of 'It' ir-^gbraMoti _ He did" not intend that opposite and antagonistic races should li\e together'. The prejudice of race is a pointing of Providence and the antagonism of peoples is the fixed policyy?y 'Which Clod peoples the different portions ?of the universe And establishes the individuality of 'the nations. The act that brought these people together on this continent was a sin of the fathers?a sin of greed, an iniquity of trade?and .the sorrow and suffering of the present ig fpr the.sin of the past, a sin agai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 September 1903

-??? i - K THOSE AWFUL HEADACHES. i-io-kin.w what t he y are. Vol suffered from them?everybody has ~ 3DUc time o: uiiutlier. ?? *? How often have you h.'ard the pression. \-Oh. my hea3!"> J hose word* are the Fign of intense aufTeri . liu". hat is the use of it all. Dc you know it is nonsense to suffer that way? Our Electric Headache and He ralgia Powders Will Stop t Most Severe Headache. ??/ They never fail, and. what's. ia< t?T?~y will not harm you In the lei. Don't fail t; .' y them when ycu I that headache tuning on you. . ' 4 IKV-KS 10 CENTS. SOI D ONMjV. BV NIcGee's Pharmacy. PRESCRIPTION DRCGGPST. Comer Campbell avenue and Henry Night Clerk over store. ANNOUNCEMENT. \ __________ Tj the Voters of the Fourth Senatoi district. . I hereby announce myself a can date for the State Senate from the t trlct composed -of Roanoke City, 1 anoke county. Montgomery county j Radford, subject to the action of Democratic Primary. ARCHER A. PHLEGAH Tj the Voters cf This (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 September 1903

r Tfie Mm Ms. P ROANOKE, VA. P |" fnbllahed every day except Sunday. P PHE ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY. ft RATES DAILY: r One year 43.00 MgfrU, BlUlliUl 1.50 Hp Three months - r^5~ Hpp One month ".?5 { copy- ... .j op h ft*' BOTH PHONES WUf Sk Business Office... 113 R\. Editorial Rooms . 124 K* Delivered by carriers in all parts of, gp ?r Short, newsy letters from correspond- j Bp mts are solicited; but na attention w.II ' be given to anonymous communion- ! Pv. ions. Every article of whatsoever . kind that Is not accompanied "by the [ name of a res>onsiblp persons (not | necessarily for publication) will be do1 gtroyed. WEATHER REPORT. For-c Virginia: Fair Friday: ligitf east winds; Saturday fair, ctolcr in in- , terior. VNLAWFUL IT) SHOOT HlUJiAX*. This is the season during whfse evenings th?? rpan of sporting instinct | is prone to shoulder his gun. wend his ! way to the outskirts of the city, and I Meek to slay the succulent bullbat. Several parties were before Police Justice...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 September 1903

' If All Hav? fJ | THU s:::r| .'I | SUCH A DISPLAY OF FINE | ?I PIANOS AR&OftfiftNS | ? In Roanoke as We Now Have. <f I Prices Right?Easiest Terms. 1 j NO NOTES TO SIGN. | Have some rare bargains in E! Second Hand Uprights. I Some only Slightly Used. S Better Call or write guick. * I Roanoke Music Co. | C. T. Jennings, Mgr. .1 22 S?l.i? *? . W. fj TEDDY REFUSED TO HAVE GUARD. (Continued from first page.) ' ^ On the formal opening of the St. Luii.> ' exposition. About the Roisevelt home, in Oyatt'r ' Bay. whenever ?Be president wta then , the same caution was observed. Or Sagamore Hill the Irouae La surrounded by forests, thickets and corn fields. ' which would afford a mo'-t excellent hiding place f:;a any one who desired to harm Mr. Roosevelt. Rut half it . dozen men in the secret service -we.c always on guard. To aid them no one was permitted to visit President Roosevelt unless a previous appointment had been made, and the guard* knew each day who...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 September 1903

[ SOtD IN P V im) Ifc,: -. u nut f After the Ne On the 25th we advertii and said it would be sold be IWe sold it in the evening of amimrf it. . - \Ve today offer two SF perty as follows: Fl " "Nice '? room Cottage in front, beautiful lawn and 1 $1,300. Terms $17! SEC Nice 7 room cottage, Rrf6e $1,300. Te per month. I These Two Rropertie Quick Sales. Wm AND'YOU FIND AN01 FOR THi It is an ideal little hon of the city, lot contaiu shadt^trees, 15<> aaso yeara old. Dwelling* FT cemented cellar, wate; of cellar, which ia use* stable and liu<?r?v ?li^d (This ia a ntw, clean pi If sold this week we $2, SNAP IN f "5 room dwelling close tc property in good conditio $200 cash, balance mont ^ INVE8TIO Chas. M. / ?3kF K..; ... 213 Jeffers f *,aAN0^' #A IRQ IIW=? ? iws Was Issuei ?ed ;i piece of property as a etna fore 10 o'clock the following eia^ ther 'J5th to the tir*t party that e. 'KCIAL BARGAIN'S in city pr? rsi thorough condition, lot so fe< lic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 September 1903

OUR DAI rSfe* m \v I V \ WHAT TWO THINGS M In y?v.tPrdnv*B puzzle, by usln lltCle girl's nioiher can be found Here are the styles < from*. You cad get the store, but we go a ttep I all the regular styles, bu ..the exclusive styles.* It will please you to hats. Hats from.50cei a leader in its class for s ? Airhoart-lfi i fill IIUUI I 111 I 102 SALEM AVENdE. ~ I DNE PRICE CLOTHIK 1; - INTER3TAT1 i n t ' ~ . HARI 'IS ON S P E C I W e can farn your hou9e r Come in and IjeautifnT lir have all the feign?. Not pretty piece ing more a PRICES. ife- . Nelson I ! "Th Convenience, ( Brill frr ? The Electric Lig doubt about it's beii fumbling in the dark for i turn the key, it's dark. 1 - EOR] Wiring 1 i - r-' _ W. E. W< j \ No. 104 CampS fcgl-'z ^ LY PUZZLE1 AKETHK HIGHB1NDKR SMILE' % the upper part the pit tore as' ba ?e. the I near the bottom. torme<l by the trees. ii ' B Show You _ k * i All the New ^ J Blocks in J FALL (II HATS )f the leading makers to choos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 September 1903

^ kl I c r ^ iu oniiiu int. onini ? here entails no more work {ban talcE tug It e^tewhere, but the results arc K tatlrely different. The laundering will K K. '-be perfect and many trli? to our tut fc,~ will noi rail the fabric#. At the I Radford Steam Laundry B _ things n:e cleansed as they are at B ? home h. t by experienced workers who have tvery modern convenience a But ytJ needn't bring the things I; here. Wi'3 send for them. Ip Mori,day Holiday I GET YOUR SUPPLIES FOR TWO DAYS. HUNTER & CO Cor. Salem ave. and Commerce BL t. Tender S Of your ohilit Rhotlld by rarofillly watched to prevent ruining them for life. Dor.'t allcw your child, "wfio Is so dear to you. to enter school with defective ry\g ?UNCORRECTED). thereby cau?Jn.g the little one to suffer with 1T8 EYE?. HEADACHE. SI/QW PROGRESS IN SCHOLL. and FAILING HEALTH, .ill on account, of EYE STRAIN, which is ho EASILY correct_L ._ad._ wirw our COMFORT-GIVING GLAtsSES. CONSULT DR. MOORC, .Bye - ,<. ..ill...

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