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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 June 1896

GREAT CLEARING SALE AT WE Will OFFER ON MONDAY, TI 22J, and continue until aii are sold, at COST AMD BELOW COST! Our Entire Stock of SUMMER STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN ?LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they must go. Come early and get the choice. BIG CBiTN QUB MillineryJOeBartment A Fifty per cent. Cut on All Our Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4 50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2 00 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Go v't Report ARMUJTEI.Y PURE POLICE COURT. In the police court yesterday fines were assessed as follows: Will Davis and Oscar Young, each for vagrancy. REFORMED CHURCH. At St. Paul's Reformed Church the usual services a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 June 1896

What is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance* It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverUhness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency* Castoria assimilates the. food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is the Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil ? .*en. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." Dr. G. C. Osgood. Lowell, Mass. Castoria. ?'Castoria is so well adapted tochildren that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. Archer, M. D., . lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 June 1896

HSalloAv complexion, bill yellow eyes, offensive bre:i?.h, and jkin covered with pimples and erup? tions are caused by indigestion. Bright eyes, a clear skin, and rosy cheeks follow the une of Dr. Deane's Dys? pepsia Tills. White wrapper if consu? lted, yellow if bowels are loose. I i! Bood food .md avoid all pills and other medi !'>?? \slikh s,iiii|ily act oo the bowels, DR. J. A. DEANE CO., Kingston, N. V. AX IMMENSE GATHERING. our Thousand Voices in the Choir. Three Thousand Committeemen?Hun Htlretls of Speakers. The city of Washington is nil astir miking preparations for the Fifteenth nternntional Christian Endeavor Con? dition.to be held in that city on .Inly sth 18th inclusive. All of the details of he convention are in charge of the gene si committee of twelve members, assist d by snb-committees In all parts of the ity. to the number of three thousand. L'he meetings of the convention will he] leid in three tents, located on the White ot.with a total seating capacit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 June 1896

What Would You Do If you were a storekeeper and needed money, when money was scarce ? Would you bor? row or oiler your shoeB at euch reduced prices that they'i* be quickly Bold and turned into money ? Big Discount off the Prica of Any Tan Shoe, Oxford or Slipper! 1 We Are letting Thsm Go. in tjaStore. ? |t-sthe0nlySensib|BThingt0o0. ROANOKE SHOE CO The Spot C'asli Money Savers, ^:r*?~} Roanoke, Virginia. Specials at F.W. Brown's Hardware. Summer is incomplete without a Ham? mock What's nicer than to cuddle down in ii big, easy Hammock, whi'e the gentle zephers blow all the cares and worries of the day to foreign shores. Have only six of my pillow and Blick HnmmockB left. You get 25 per cent, discount ou tlien? and 20 per cent, on Mexicans. They won't last long nt these figures. "Noil Kink*' attach? ments for hose adds greatly to the life of your hose. F. W. BROWN, Hardware. II Je tie l'so 11 .Street. T. T. FisnncRNE, President E. W. Tlu?!ey, Tclier. J. U. andrkw8. Vlco-Preeldent. ?T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 30 June 1896

THE ROANQKE DAILY TIMES. ?oi? xv.-no. 2aa pbj.ck thk1sis -Jfc.ira. ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY, JUXE SO, 1896. 'dallt8hk'vJ^ prb88 tkuegrams." a1ll mb nkws of the wobuj. PTHH WKATHKU Korermt for vsr.;iu[n: Fair; west? erly wind*. $400 Jewett Piano! Make a guess on a Times Coapon. Go Over This List Ut Tollet neceeeltle. and eee It there ien't pomcthfur. you need: Turkish Bath Towels Turkish Bath Gloves Turkish Wash Rags Raw Silk Wash Rags Bath Sponges Flesh Brushes Complexion Brushes Toilet 8oap, IOc to SI.SO box of three cakes. Fine Toilet Powders Violet, Lavender and Florida Waters for the Bath. fOur line Is the largest Ik the city?our prices'right. Massie's Pharmacy. NOW. ??Do yon hear the children weeping,O' my broth? ers, Ere the eorrow come* with ?eure? They uro leaning their young heade against their mothere, ? And that cannot etop their tears."?Browning. An /ETNA Endowment I'oltcy will make all the needful pro-rlslon for your own old ape and for those dependent upon yon. Ttue .ktna...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 30 June 1896

THE TIMES. VUT MOHHIWa. BXOKFT HOBDAY BOANOU PUBLISHING 00? fuMiehen sad Proprietor*, TIMKS BUILDING, m CAMPBBLL A v sn us 8. w. tbums BT MAIL (.Festste Prepaid), \jiy, one month. *,*5 I " three months ..... i-w" * tlx months. *?)*> ? one year. In advance .... J.?O Sunday Edition, one ye?r .... XJw mmm TtVM le ? mem oer ot toe Associated grew the trrestost news-<?llectlng association in (be world-and receive* over ? special wire tne Mil telegraphic new* service ot the Associated Press-the same news trom all over the United States and the world that la simultaneously re eevVed by the irreat dallies ot New Tors, PhUadol otla ?nd Baltimore. JUNE. 8 M T W T F 8 ... 1 2 3 4 0 G 7 8 9 10 11 It* 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 31 82 23 24 2S 28 37 28 29 30 ._ This Date In History?June 30. 1085? Arebibald Campbell, ninth earl of ArK.vll. w-as beheaded for rebellion Benin** James II. 1785?Golieral Jumes Edward Oglethorpo, founder of Georgia, died in Essex, Emdand: l orn llVSS. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 30 June 1896

Bonn men In ase aeir ucomc by shaving "people, others by naKardonslnvestments In stocks and bonds, hat the most conservat v.\ and satis? factory Investment Is to be found to Improved ?en.ing real estate. In a town theeizi ot Roan? oke with the permanent rental valuo that prop? erty uow has money Judtctouslylnvesto I yields a satl f ictory retnrn. We are in Unreal estate business and make a study ot keeping 1 a touch with the valnea ot property so that we can con? scientiously teil yon what Is the beBt luveatmjiU for yoar mouev. Are you a yonng men just embarked on the matrimonial pu* T The safety of yonr voy?n> will depend to a large extent on whether yon are tu a rented ship, whose bell rings morning, noon and even at night to let In prospective purchasers who want to examine it, or whether you bare a snug little cratt of yonr own. We can suit you In the latter at from (800 to (2,500 on cash pay? ments varying from #50 to (SCO, and the balance In small monthly payments. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 30 June 1896

Ol IDC DifiiuaiM luituuni RESULTS OF THE VARIOUS BALL GAM KS. ELEVEN INNINGS. Richmond, June 29.? It required eleven innings to settle the game winch was very loosely played. Coons did beautiful work in the box. J Score: Richmond, 2 runs, 8 hits. (IVr rors; Roanoke. 3 runs. 12 hits. 4 errors. Batteries: Kagey and Boland; Coons and Lynch. ALL OVER THE LOT. Portsmouth. .Tune 29.?The locah?bat ted Armstrong all over the lot this after? noon and won easily by the score of 10 to 4. Both teams put up a very poor'game in the field. Score: Portsmouth, 10 runs. lOJiits.O errors: Lynchburg, 4 runs. 7 hit-.^4 er ros. Batteries: Bruner ami Hitman; Armstrong ami Fear. A SHUT OUT Petersburg. Va , June 20.?The locals suffered a shut out at the hands of Nor? folk to-day, aided by a rank decision of the umpire, depriving them of a run fairly made. Score: Petersburg, 0 runs, 3 hits. ~> errors: Norfolk. 7 runs. 14 hits,'5 errors. Batteries: Stocksdale and Raff er t; Pfan miller and Thurstou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 30 June 1896

GREAT CLEARING WE WILL OFFER ON MflliY, THE 22J, and continue until all > are sold, at COST ADD BELOW COST! Our Entire Stock of SUMMER STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they must go. Come early and get the choice. BIG C?Tffl 0?B HillinerrOeoartment A Fif y per cent. Cut ou All Our Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4 50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2 00 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.? Lattst U. S. Govt Report ABhOfuurassx pure WANTED. At once, superintendent in this district for Life Insurance Company: must lie energetic, popular and "hustler." Ap? ply for further particulars to general agent, care Ponce de ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 30 June 1896

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG WOMEN ARD GIRLS. UK MOST COMPLETE AND BEST ? . snipped School for Yonnt? Women Jn the souih. 831 pupils in attendance last session. For Illustrated catalogue apply to 6S72m SAM'L 1). JONKS. President, U.-lstol, Va.-T?jun. HUTTON ENGINEERING CO., Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, CENTRAL STATION*, ELECTRICAL RAILWAYS, SI KAM AND POWER PLANTS. FIKK ALAltM?.TKLKl'HONUS, Ii EI.LS ANU SUPPLIES. Biiltlmore, Md. Lexington, V?, 6 20 8m 3|A Wild Ride In the dead of night for \ UOHTMNO HOT DROPS. A Ridden attack of Cholera Morbus. *a ALWAYS KEEP \\ Lightning s Hot Drops jj In the house, and save time and niflorine. J? Cures all Stomach and How- % el Troubles, and Pains ot' all _? kinds. * NEVER FAILS. \ . 60c bottle holds U\Z times as > much as 25c bottle. ? HERB MEDICINE COMPANY, $ V springfield, ohio. *C mFJWJ'mVmWVmVJVJVmWmVmW For 8alo by K. L. ERB. 11*4 Salem Ave. THE CYCLIST'S NECESSITY ?CURES WOUND8, BRUISES, SUNBURN, CHAFING8, INSECT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 30 June 1896

THE SILVER SECESSION. A Revolt in Full Swing and Hostilities Declared Under Teller's Lead. St. I.nuis. Mo., June 17.---Two months ago I wrote from Washington that the West would ,bolt McKinley and gold at the St. Louis convention. As this is writ .ten the West, the silver West, is march? ing out. Tiie revolt is practically ac? complished. The white savages of silver are leaving the reservation for the war? path. The great medicine man, Teller, has set up the war pole, and the young bucks vie with one another as to who ?hall be the first to strike his war axe in? to it, as proof of his enlistment. The mutiny is on. Rebellion is afoot and the silver West, with its own candidate and its own platform, will wage war on gold and the East. This means the defeat of McKinley, possibly the death of Republicanism. Not the least significant of the signs of the hour is the steady confidence with which the silver forces march away. They leave their fellows of gold as Dun? dee left the Whigamores ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 30 June 1896

Big Discount off the Pries of Any Tan Shoe, Oxford or Stipper in the Store. What Would You Do If you wer? a storekeeper and needed money, when money was scarce? Would you bor? row or oiler your shoes at such reduced prices that they'd be quickly sold and turned into money ? We Are letting Them Go. It's the Only Sensible Thing to Do. ROANOKE SHOE CO The Spot Cash Money Silvers, V^l^unT'} Roanoke, Virginia. It Hurts nothing that can be washed or cleaned?Pearline. The purest soap is no safer?the poorest soap is no cheaper. It is more effective than die strongest? it is mi*rc convenient than the best. Pearline saves labor and wear in washing clothes or cleaning house. A few cents will let you common sense will make you use it. Fcddlcrs and some -unscrupulous gTocers will tell you. "this is as good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE?Pearline 9s never peddled, if your groscr sen<ls you an imitation, be honest?send it tmck. ?Si JAKES PVLE. N-.w York. try it Beware AND STI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 July 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOX. XV.?No. PHIOK THRKK UB.SfS. ROANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1896. roxi, as AIX THK "he >kvvs of the yvokix<7 PTHB WKATBUU Forecast for Vlrrtnla: Fair; lo creaalDRclouillncss Wednesday itfter nooii; easterly winds. $400 Jewett Piano! .wuppp Make a guess on a TimBS Coupon. LOOK OVER YOUR CODPOHS. No.7904 Will Entitle You to the Cleve? land Bicycle. Preserve yourCoupons. It thenbnv* naoiiurnt coupon Is not presented iu ten days Knottier number will t>e drawn. Massie'sTharmacy. "Wr keep our promises." Air Castles Need n fonndatlon. If you've built ctstlcs in the air yonr work need not he lost; that's where they shonlil be. Now let us put foundations under t hem. A pollcyholdor says: "Two years ago I re? ceived SIU.IXJU on a matured 20-year endowment policy, but for which 1 shonld have failed in bnslncM during the bard times." There are olhors. OEO. I,. HART, Special Agent, Room No. SC6, Terry Building. Phone 160. l(&amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 July 1896

THE TIMEcJ VKKY MORHIHO. BXCBPT MONDAY hUAMUKH PUBLISHING CO., Publishers Mid Proprietor*, T1MK8 BUILDING. IB 0AMF11KLL AVaNUB B. W. THUMS BT MAIL (To?tage Prepaid), ?117, one month. ? ?? three month*.J*" - six months.??}*' ? one year. In advance .... J-J? Souday Bdltlon, oceyear .... i.ou ' TU Tim 1? i memoer ol the Associated ProM-the greatoet news-collecting association In tbe worid-acd receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service ot use Associated Vrees? the eamo nows trom all over the united ?Utes and the world that is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ol Haw Tora, Pb?adul uhia and Baltimore. JULY. M T W T F S .. .. 1 8 8 4 5 Q 7 x 9 10 11 13 13 14 1"? 16 17 1s 10 20 21 22 2:1 24 23 26 27 28 29 80 :tl This Date In History?July 1. 1562?Jamrs Oriehton, the funious scholar and gentleman (The Admirable!, was nssassi Dated at Mantua, Italy, aged ?. 172I>?Tin Comtc de Rochambeau (Ro-aham-bo), French genoral iu America, horn; died Ib??. Rocham...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 July 1896

Country id f?r Somo mon In ase aeir ncome by shaving people,others by naKardoUBluvestments In stocks sod bonds, bat the most coueervst v.i and satis? factory lnTeatiuent Is to be foar.d tn Improved ? f n an: real estate. In a town the alz 1 of Roan? oke with the permanent rental value that prop? erty now has money judiciously Invested yields a sail factory return. We are In tue real estate bupi'nees and make a atady of keeping In touch with the values ot property so that wo can con? scientiously tell you what Is the beet lnveetmjnt tor your money. Are you a young man Just embarked on tbe matrimonial sea ? The safety of your voya*e will depend to a large extent on whether you are in a rented ship, whose bell rings morning, noon and oven at night to let In prospective purchasers who want to ezamlae It, or whether you have a saug little craft of your own. We can suit you in the latter at fron? (HX> to 13,600 on cash pay meute varying from $90 to (500, and the balance In emai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 July 1896

MUNYON'S Improved Homoeopathic REMEDIES CUBE CATARRH AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES. Catarrh Leads to Indigestion, Insom? nia, Nervous Disorders, Con sump? tion and Many Other Dis? eases? Munyen Posi? tively Cnres by His He* Method. Arc yon suffering with catarrL? Have yon taken all eorU ot drugs and patent nostrums; Are you tired of paving big doctor bills without being cured? Are yon willing to spend 8U cents tor u cure that permanently cures catarrh by removing the cause of the diseasd? If eo, ask your druggist for a 35-ceot bottle of Munyon's Catarrh Cure ar.d n 25 cett bottle of Catarrh Tablets. The Catarrh Cure will eradicate th?> disease from the system, and the Tablets will cleante acd heal the atlllcted parts and nstorc them to a natural and healthfnl condition. Personal letters to Prof. Manyoti. 1808 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa,, answered with free medical advice for nnv cTsease. DOCTOR YOURSELF. A Separate Cure for Each Disease AT ALL DRUGGISTS?S5c A BOTTLE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 July 1896

GREAT CLEARING SALE AT and continue until all are sold, at COST AID BELOW COST! Qur Entire Stock of SUMMER stuffs! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they most go. Come early and get the choice. big CijYTn OUR MillineryBejartiiiefli A Fif y per cent. Cut on All Our Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4.50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2.00 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. GcVt Report ABSOMITECY PUKE $100 Bloyclq and sJ?? Bicycle Suit given away. Every 50-cent purchase gets u ticket. See ad. Gilkeson & Taylor. STRAYED OR STOLEN Three-year-old solid bay colt, with scar across her breast, where she has been cu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 July 1896

f How. it looks, to the women who wash with Pearline, when they see a woman washing in the old-fashioned way with soap?rubbing the clothes to pieces, rubbing away her strength, wearing herself out over the washboard ! To these Pearl? ine women, fresh from easy washing, she seems to "wear a fool's cap unawares." f\ Everything's in favor of Pearline? ?/VsiCv easier work, quicker work, better work, safety, economy. There's ? not one thing against it. What's l\> 1 the use of washing in the hardest way, when it costs more money? ts> \ USE--T THE CYCLIST'S NECESSITY ?CURES WOUND8, BRUISES, BUN BURN, CHaFINOS, INSECT BITKS AND ALL PAIN. USED INTERNALLY AND EXTERNALLY. GENUINE IN OUR "BOTTLES, BUFF WRAP? PERS. TONP'S EXTRACT CO., 76 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK. USE POND'S EXTRACT OINTMENT FOR PILES. Sent by mail for 50 eis. r %*v%^svsv%. '%k%'tt/5?/? ^^^svsvsv^B/% T. T. FisnBCBN'k, j. B. Andrews, j. B. Fishb?rnk. President. Vice-President. Ca?hler. S. W. Tlnsley, Teller. J....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 July 1896

A lucky accident frr Rev. J. It Stevenson, H.wthorn., N. J , who mam: " % rare accident I waa made acquainted with Dr. "Deanes Dys? pepsia Pill?. They act gently and like a charm, correcting the secretions and preventing constipa? tion. I subscribe myscli your friend, as your pilla arc welcome friends to me." Every one.of the thou? sands of testimonials to the virtue of Dr. Deane'a Dyspepsia Pills la genuine. They cure ? white wrapper If constipated, yellow if bowels are loose. Send for a frea sample. _DR. J. A. DEANE CO.. Kingston, N. V. SCORES EASTERN POLITICIANS. New York. June 20.?The following letter was received to-night by the Jour? nal from Governor Altgeld, In reply to the query as to the cause of the feeling of the West against the East: Springneid. Ill , June 20?The feeling is not against the Hast as a section, but against a class there which has dominat? ed the policy of the government, as well as the policy of the two great political parties, ever since the war and has ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 July 1896

AND STILL THEY GO! I T Q\/Qn '"i" Q,nle Sl> many ot them, but what wo hnvs i?ot nro W fcJ fl QiV Ul 1 UR0,U},' just as low, ninl u Uttle Sowtr. It it takes n aflBBBBMHPal???' lower \nice to more them we Bitui'ly tunke the price lower. They have trot to come down i<> the moving point, nnd om buyers are better pleased every day. It won't take us but a lew days longer to clean up our stocK, and it'we have anything you wnnt w?j car save you money on it. READ THESE PRICES x A Good Mixed Tea for. 17c A Better <- rade, worth 50c, at. 33c The Very Best Gunpowder Tea, worth Si, for. 62c Fine French Sardines, worth 15c, for. 10c Baxer & Rockwooa's Cocoa, per package. 20c Shred Cocoanut, per package. 7c Good Apple Vinegar, Iper gallon. 14c Maccaroni. 5c Hoe Cake 8oao. eight cakes for. 25c King feoap, eight cakes for. 25c Pearl Top Lamp Chimneys. 7c Pure Lard. 5c Bacon. 4-Kc Arbuckle's Coffee. 19c Good Canned Corn. 5c Heinz's Pickles at.Ha...

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