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

Inventory of block... Was completed the 30th, and fiad oar steck much larger than an? ticipated. Consequently we propose to sell a portion of it at greatly reduced prices: Lot'I?Remnants of every de? scription almost given away. Lot 2-100 pair 114 All-wool Blankets at $2.75. Lot 3-100 pair White Blankets sightly soiled, at less than half their cost. Lot 4-250 Comfort?, ranging in ftiG3 from 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49 up. Lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, liest quality, figured satine on both sidss, at $3.50 each. Lot 6-25 fine Jackets, regular price $8, $10, $12, $15, $20; your choice for $5. Lot 7?10 Uondy Fur Gapes, Salin lined, $1 a piece. Lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union Suits, liest quality, 85c. 10.dozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 45c lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. Lot 10?25 dozen Children's Merino Shins and Draw? ers from 5c up. Lot 11-25 dozen Men's While and Grey Vests and Pan.s, extra heavy, 41c Lot 12?All-wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 February 1897

Many a man will j protect Iiis money at the risk of his ? life. Thousands ! ^ d< cline to pi otcct '. I their lives because it would require I the sacrifice of a few dollars of their Imoncy. This I ems almost in- ! credible but it is true. Men feel ? nnd realise that the most relentless enemy j of mankind, consumption, is slowly tint swiftly creeping upon tin in. But in the mad I ICC let money they refuse to stop and drive J off the dread disease. It would require n I sacrifice of both time and money and t.o I they neglect it. until it is too late. There is no excuse for this. \ sure and duicl: remedy is at bond, Dr. t'ierce's U< Id ?.; Medical Discovery cures. oS per cent. | of nil cases of consumption. It remedies ' all disorders of the digestion. It invigor- j ates the liver. It makes new rich blood and builds up linn healthy flesh. It enters the Mend and drives out all impurities, and i neb directly upon the lungs driving out all disease germs. It builds so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 February 1897

DEEDS NOT WORDS. If words could satisfy the heart I ? Tho limi t might 11 ml Iohh cure, Hut words, Ilka sniumer birds, depart | And leuvo bat, empty uir. "he In-art, a pilgrim Upon earth, Finds often, When it needy, Di?t words are as little worth As Just ho many weeds. A little said?und truly Haul? Can deeper joy impart Than hoste of words, which reach tho head, hut never touch the heart. Tin? voice that wins its Btinny way, A lonely homo to cheer. Hut it oft the fewest words to say; but, oh, th030 few?how doarl K words could satisfy tho breast, The world might hold a feast. But Words, when summoned to the test, Oft satisfy tho least, lake plants that make n ?midy show, All blossom to the root, Rut whoso poor natura cannot grow One particle of fruit. ?Charles Bwnln in Housewife. THE HARDY HOUSE, j "Horowo art1 tit last, girls," I cried cheerily, gathering up bagri ami umbrel? las as the negro porter drawled out in his lazy voice: " An-nis-toii!" "Oh, I am so tired!'' Bess said in Bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 February 1897

to************.************* k Attractive The carpenters and painters now have charge of my store room to rol'u and remodel in every res pert. 1 intend to have a bright and attractive place of business where every article will be marked in piain figures and sold at strictly one pries. My methods of doing business will be on business principles and I hope to have my uew home ready to receive you about February IS. vvatch for Special* Announce? ment. E. WILE, Succo-'sor to Jos. Cohn. Gor. .'ampbell and JelTsrson Sis. ROANOKE, VA. North, East, couth, West Hie (lower of llours is ''Pillsbury's Best.!' Costs a little more than any other be? cause It is worth more. And it makes more bread; makes whiter bread, makes bettet bread. Your grocer may tell you sorm thing else is "just as good," but it isn't. HAWKIHS & FIELDING, Agents, Bartsook Building, Market Square. Hare Ifou Insured? SICK * <?? LAWRENCE S. DAVIS, nsurance. E. II- Bnrksdale, traveling salesman ] for Rus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 February 1897

I WHO WILL BE I t I t OUR I 9 3> I NEXT POSTMASTER ? | VOL. xvir, K<?. 10J i' i; i < ? /. i (?: i: i; i; ohSW. THIS WKATHHH Forecast for Vlrclolu: Rain, clear? ing '?utuxluy afternoon or i. Ig lit ouat vi ly wiluls. Our East Mow Contains a Genuine "VELLOW FELLOW, Worth coming to sec. Only on exhibition for a few days. ROANOKE CYCLE CO., K. I.. VXIPro, Manager. I Dangerous ? Ab '>y!inu. Lobella und C-annabls *9 u : uri. frequently the actlvo In V I. . ? c :i".s of cough medicines. Thov T Hr* added to tnakr iiiinv nostrums <> n\i hecnuto they c|tilet the cough unit ? lh? ; ?Ucut 'think rhiy are hetUr, but 9 tt< y are only drugged. 1 Scotts Compound Cough Syrup JJ CoLtnlni nothing Icjaiiont; it is n a? ?*ft remodv, t*eu for chllnren, nnd 2 Iruvos in uii|i]en?niit utter effect. m, It >cn hove a cough try It. I'rlco 25 I Pf^ASSIE'S"PHARMACY, f I We Are Pleased ?^-TO ANNOUNX'K THAT AI.I. Alt -TICLRS II...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 February 1897

Sick Headache. "I regard ypur |>llla a* ? godsend to nie. ... I cou'd not make a businesi engagement without the proviso, M unless 1 hav? sick headache." Now my health is excellent, .mil nil from the use of Dr. Deanc'a Dyspepsia Pills." So writes Hon. W. H. Hcvcridge, one of Richmond, Va.'s, prom? inent lawyers. Dr. Oeane's Dyspepsia Pill? arc n Mire cure for ?ick headache and indigestion. Why not try Ihemf At druggists', 55c. and 50c. While wrapper if eoiutipttel. yellow If howrli ?rp loose DR. J- A. DEANE CO..Kingston, N. YJ THE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AYE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. BO " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 0.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, l)XE YEAR. 1.00 FEBRUARY. S M T W T F S .. ^1 2 3 4 5 0 7 S 1? 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 IT 18 10 20 21 22 28 21 25 2G 2? 28 . BnnwMi I Ilusineaa OtUoo. . 14H i monks. -(t,iUor|ai Rooms. 1?4 The cadets w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 February 1897

Sott.Whito Hands with Shapely Nails. Luxu? riant llairwitu Clean, Wholesoino Scalp, pro? duced by Chticuua Soap, tho most cITcctivo akin purifying and beautifying soap in tho world, as well as purest and sweetest, for toilet, bath, and nursery. The only preventive of inllanimation and clogging of the Tores. Soap Is told throughout the world. Porrsn Oruu akd Ciiem. Corp., Solo Prop... Hoiton, U. 8. A. W"Wow to Purify and Uciutify lh? Skin, Scalp, ?nd Hair." milled free. wBABY H?MORSM^^?S? No Better Dl ciplioed School in m ::outh Than t ha business College i\0> WOICE, VA. .... igtr W- Urn Why M We give a Systematic Business Edacation with Fnglish, Math emat cs, Book-keeping, Short? hand and Typewriting as lead firs. [?o not forge? that we hb?? a preparatory course wiih the best: qf instructors. We pay especial attention to discipline. *?5r* Call see our works. ?i?ANUKE STREET HAILWAY f.N EFB??T OCTOISKK :5t. 1???. Gryclal Si>'nj,-rt via ilt.it l'lkrk a o I ?&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 February 1897

ALMOST A COMPLETE WRECK. But tho "Wonderful Dr. Greene's Nervura Made Him Well. Chnrles II. Slovens, South Effingbam,N. II., lays:?"I was about prostrated in health, oxtremely nervous, limbs stiff in the joints, my bowels were bloated badly,and my brenth lllgwns terrible. 1 could not stoop without Josing my breath, lu fact 1 was almost a complete wreck, uud could do but little work of any kind. C1IAULBS II. HTEVEXS, r.sij. "I commenced to take Dr. Greene's Ncr Turo blood and nerve remedy, and at the end of one weck 1 had lessened in u'irth nbotit my bowels two Inches and now my girtli is five inches less, and I am able to do a full day's labor. 1 tell you, if it had not l?ecn for Dr. fircone's Nervura Mood and nerve remedy I should have been dead heforethis time, and 1 | can therefore.give tins wonderful remedy the i highest praise." If constipated, use Dr. Greene's Cathartic Pills with the Nervura. Dr. Greene, 83 West 14thSt., New York City, the most successful physician In curing ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 February 1897

Inventory of Stock... Was completed the 30th, atd we find our stock, much larger than, au licq^ated. Consequently wo propose to sell a portion of it at greatly n du cid prices: Lot I?Remnants cf every de? scription almost given away. Lot 2-100 pair 11-4 All-woo! Blankets at $2.75. lot 3-100 pair White Blankets si glitly soiled, &t less than half their cost. lot 4-250 Comforts, ranging in prica from 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c, SI.19, $1.49 up. Lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, best quality, figured saline on both sides, at $3.50 each, Lot 6 -25 fine Jackets, regular price $8, $10, $12, $15, $20; your choice for $5. Lot 7?10 Coney Fur Capes, Satin lined, $1 a piece. Lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union Suits, best quality, 85c. 10 dozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 46c Lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. lot 10?25 dozen Children's Merino Shirts and Draw? ers from 5c up. Lot 11-25 dozen Men's While and Grey Vests and Pants, extra heav...

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

Cutting tip pranks with baby is great fun for a young mother. Hut before she can cut pranks with the baby she must have a healthy baby. A puny, sickly, peev? ish baby has no use for pranks. It lies in every young mother's power to insure the health of the ex? pected newcomer. If she will see that the organs which make motherhood possible are healthy $and vigorous, and will keep them so during the period preceding matern? ity, she may be sure that the baby will be healthy and happy. A marvelous medicine for young mothers is Dr. I'icrce's Favorite Prescription. Taken during the period preceding motherhood it makes strong, healthy and vigorous the or? gans upon which rest the burdens of ma? ternity. It allays inflammation, soothes pain, and restores steadiness to the nerves. It docs away with the discomforts of the expectant period. It insures the health of baby and makes its coming easy and almost painless. It is the discovery of an eminent and successful specialist, lit". R. V. Pierc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 February 1897

What's the Use of Waiting ? "They " say "all things come to him who waits," but we hr.vo no beon waiting, and wo don't propose to wait. We KNOW our prices are right, our work A-l, and if you don't Roanoko, Vi._I8> M_ To BALL & MAY, Dr. Tc'"-?_ GROCERS bring us work wo will come- alter it, in otto way or another, either by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality o? execution, or personal interviews. Wo are not grumbling ; far from it. We've had our share ; we aro still getting our share. But wo havo placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as 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. Ono of tho vows tho writer mado when ho was "dovil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 February 1897

?! I S 1 ? 9 *? i The carpenters and painters now have charge of my store? room to refit and remotlol iu every respect. I intend to have methods of doing business will be on business principles and I hope to have my now home ready to receive you about February IS. Watch for Special Announce? ment. !j! a bright and attractive place of jj * buciucss, where every article will * be rnerked in plain figures and ?* so:d al strictly one price. Mv *??! <M <i <? w * ? if * 9 ?S5 5 * *" * * 9 ? ?> it? 4? J? i? p; *?: > * 9: $ * 3?}? Cot Successor ta Jos. Cohn, Campbell and Jefi'orsou sis. ROANOKE, VA. ? b"S T''J 6ln North, East, south, West the llower of flours is ''PUlsbury's liest." Costs a little more than any other be? cause it is worth more. Anil it makes mere bread, makes whiter bread, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is --just as good,'' but it. isn't. HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents, Qartsook Buil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 February 1897

I WHO WILL BE I I OUR I I NEXT POSTMASTER ? | vor,, xvii, No. ion 1'kiuk 1 ;.::ki: ^h.Ms, IHR WRATHHH Forecast for Virginia: Pair; cooler: westerly wind*, OiirEttStWow Contains a Genuine "YELLOW FELLOW," Worth coming to see. Only on exhil ition for a few days. R0?NOKE CYCLE CO., K. Tj. FLIHI'O, Mniia/ier. ? \ Drugs, X A* Optnm, I.obclln nnil Uannabls ru are frti|tinntly Iba active In* 9 grcdlvnte of coui'h medicines. They are aided tu innljp in . 11 v nostrum* j hOll becaaso (buy qqiet theconnh uud 2 Hi" i cttenutblnk they arc hctur, but Y Hi' -, uro or: y dragged, I Scotts Compoun? GoughSyrup X Coni.tina nothing lrjaiioor; It is a X X gate -iracrtv. even for children, und X $ leaves io tiniileasant utter etTcct. X a It you have a cou?h try It. I'rlcu ?5 X a cente, li X I MASSIE'S~PHARMACY. | I We Are Pisased ? Wt ~-announce THAT Al l. .\tt- <j?; ? l"' i.KS ItOCi.llT I'ltoM CS CAN j^) V-V- I i: ENORAVEI1, Most AI.I. krek ,.-? - IP ? ItAIMiK?SOME KKW Sl'K- '<&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 February 1897

THE TIIVIES. BVKltY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANORE l't: HUSHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.w. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONR MONTH. .r?0 " TU Uli K MONTHS. $1.00 " SIX MONTHS. 8.00 " ONR YEAR, IN ADVANCE. VOO SUNDAY EDtrtON, ONU YEAR. 1.00 FEBRUARY, S M T W T F S .. |1 2 V, K .-? w T s ft 10 ill 12 13 ii IB ig i; ix in -20 21 22 2?. 21 2t) 27 28 . MxssAVMi l?MglMBW OUlro.s*:t f .ittorii?: Knomi. l?4 Undo Snni 1ms u little Sp?ck of war in Iiis eye away OvCJ in Spalls but a few United "States crrKsers und "lie neccnipn nying 'Blue Jackets"- wil soon remove ; his trouble, Se:r.tor Wolo -tt i- satC to lie tuny-thing b?t sanguine as to the fprospecti of 1 >i? metallisTu in England end Prance; hut Republican promises w?st lie ramie good ? even when th-:ir insincerity is apparent to every hoik. The Turk; are committing great, ex? cesses upon the Christians in the Islarril of Crete.'Xrtiere muetler nnd anarchy two now rampant; hut ft. is no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 February 1897

liuitanl relief f.?r skln-torturcd babies nml rest rur tir.Mi inothors in a wann hath with < ' nci it a Soap, ami a single application .if < ' ncitjiA (niatiuont), the great skin cure ,"".>y Bpemly and.luomlcal trcatmoul tor itching, litirning, bleeding, scaly, :?i,i pimply humors or the skin, scalp, ami i,in I??oMthro.!rl,mttth<-world. PttTTUDbdo4SoChc>|. ..L...,.'"" ' " v->"u'1 ruwrii-tnr?. Ilimtim. ?~ Uuw In Cj:c Kvery lloljy llumuiVmallrd frr<\ No Batt6r Dhciplifled Scuoof inlrje South Than the NATIONAL P.O NO ICE, VA MttB-[ &bm mmJiw[ We give a Systematic Business Education with English, Ms?i emato^lJook-keeping.ShDtt haiid.as.d Typewriting as lead? ers. !7o not forget that we hs?G t preparatory course whli the hestlof instructors. We p?.; especial attention to disciple. see our works. ?SllTiKf fi?lLW?r SCHEDULE _ iSEnryrocioiiKK si, lauo Crystal |?rJulklln i|> ngsvla _ ? &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 February 1897

TIRED, WORN, DISCOURAGED. Dr. Greene's Nervura Gavo Strength, Energy. Ambition. Mrs. It. ft.Skillin. Fast North Yarmouth, Mo., ?ays: "I begun at lirst having trctn blin-t feelings of the heart. and was very hail at iinn--. Any little excitement would itiaku it worse, 1 became languid, and felt c-.>n. staidly tired and worn, lost ail my natural ciierjry and ninbition, and was consequently weak nnd nervous. Indeed, I was so nerv? ous at times I could not hear to hear any one rock a chair. I had a dull, tircil feeling in my head. 1 look Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. mrs. ii. k. s k i i.i.i n. ??I now have a pood appetite and have crown strong and recovered my old-lime en? ergy and ninbition. I do not feel at all nor vons^s-Tlic ??lull feeling in my head is all ?.'one. and I really feel a-, well as 1 have for a number of years." If constipated, use Dr. Greene's Cathartic Tills with the Nervura. Dr. Greene, 35. West 1 Ith St., New York City, the most successful ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 February 1897

Inventory ; of Stock... i Was completed the 30th, and we fiad our stock much larger than an? ticipated. Consequently we propose to sell a portion of It at greatly reduced prices: Lot'l? Remnants of every de? scription almost given ( away. Lot 2-100 pair 11-4 All-wool Blankets at $2.75. Lot 3-100 pair White Blankets si ghtly soiled, at less than half their cost. Lot 4-250 Comfoits, ranging in mica from 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49 up. Lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, best quality, figured saline on both sides, at $3.50 each. Lot 6-25 fine Jackets, regular price $8. $10, $12, $15, $20; your choice for $5. Lot 7?10 Coney Fur Capes, Satin lined, $1 a piece. Lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union * Suits, best quality, 85c. 10 dozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 45c Lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. lot 10-25 dozen Children's Merino Shirts and Draw? ers from 5c up. ^ Lot 11-25 dozen Men's White and Grey Vests and Panis, extra heavy, 41c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 February 1897

A rr.-ui cannot run away from Death, if he would con quer it he must ...r- stand and fight JjA with the weapons ?* of common sense si ?l? and science Thou ^' v V^^N >a:M-. of m-n ,::u! ' v^1--' 'J^ % women try to cs ?< -.*/ i ?> ?eape Death's most ' ?v active agent, con sumption, by running away. They flee from'one climate to another, and from one end i f the world to the other, forfrctlin!; their demon is within thorn and not to be escaped from by a change of locality Con sumpth u hjs been pronounced incurable It is not It is curable and without change of climate if the proper remedy is resorted to. in 11 asonablc time pel cent, of all cases of consumption are cured by Dr. l'u tee's Golden Medical Discovery H goes to the seat of the troub? le. 1*. cures all disorders of the digestion. It makes the appetite keen and the assimi lution of the food perfect It fills the blood with life-giving elements. It is the great blood purifier, flesh-builder, and n...

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

\ HETEROPTIEMIST. HOV\?HE INJURED THC FINANCIAL IN TE|EST3 OF THE CONFEDERACY. Mr. BlBu!: Wan Sent to England to Solicit Aid railed?The Messaga II? Pent ti> n;A ilTemrulatrcr Was tho Opposite of WhiitWIc Siipposedi Tlio Southern Confederacy was only n few inoirllis old when a financial agent was Kent wo England on a very impor? tant missjbn. Mr. Blank was apoliti oian and awanker. Ho was also an ele? gant gentleman, with many influential acquaintances on both sides of the wu ter A Before leaving Richmond ho had a long talk witli Meinniinger, the {secre? tory of the tretisury. "If I find that England will aid us," ho said, "I wijl send you word by some reliahle blockade runner. It will 1m* a very brief mesvage, but you will under? stand it, whila it will mean nothing to tho enemy if it'should bo intercepted." 'i^oconfidential agent slipped through tho lines, and in less than u mouth was comfortably established in London. In the metropolis ho found many southern - 1 rs and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 February 1897

<i <# ?* *? V ? fr I t f ?> 9 ?*? ?? * 1?' <fi <*? "ft! ?ft. "V. Phn carpenters am! pamlcrs A Ift * * a A it K * m * ? i K ft. f jft t. w have charge of my 8lore room lo relit and remodel iu every rosptct. I intend to have n bright and attractive placa of business, where every article will i>e marked in plain figures and so id at strictly one price. Mv methods of doing business will be on business principles and 1 ho^e to have my new home ready to receive you about February 18. watch for Special Announce? ment. E. WILE, Successor to Jos. Cohn. Coi ? 'ampbell and Jefi'erson S ROANOKE, VA. *\< Lb, Bast, S3put.ii, West the (lower of Honrs is "Pillshury's Best.'! Costs -i little more than uuy other bo ua ise .( I- worth more. And it, makes more bread; makes whiter bvcad, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is ??just as good/' hut it isn't. HAWKINS & fielding, ?gnnts, Bartsook...

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