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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 September 1895

Arriving Daily FALL STOCK Huudreds of patterns of Dress Goods?the mcst beauti? ful designs and of the finest weaves?such as Figured Mohairs in black and colored, Mohair Brllliantine, Silk and Wool Boucles, Fancy Jacq? uards, Stoim Serges in navy blue and black, Broadcloths in all colors, Henriettas in all the new shades at prices that will astonish yon for cheapness. The handsomest line of 25c Dress Goods in the ci?y. Biet Iiress Goods. We have laid in the largest assortment of Black Goods, consisting? of French Serge in 46, 4a and 50 inches wide at 50a, 65c and 75c. These goods must be seen to be apprey dated?every yard guar? anteed. Fancy Black, Jacquard Mohair, Mohair? eens, Crepons, Ladies' Cloth, Henriettas, and a dozen other makes. Sew Site for Iff aists At 75c, worth. $1. 20 different p.j.tierns to se? lect from. Special Drive in (. Chenile Table Covets, Just received 10 dozen Chenile Table Covers, all beautiful designs, 1% yards square, at.75c. lite Beflspads./ 10 dc/en at 6...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 September 1895

back ??" i ?bjoction to disproved, ?? thou-] women art; using t nc of them, who iaves by it. Manu It's only a question of time about your using Pearline. So it seems to us. It seems as if every bright woman must sec, sooner or later, how much easier and quicker and .^-^ better and more economical is *^))Pearl:nc*G way than any other known way of washing. Von can't think of any draw it that hasn't been met and sand times over, Millions ol Pearline now. Ask some uses it rightly, how much she factured only by Jas. Pyle, N.Y. LYNCHBURG, VA. October 1,2,3 and 4 WILL SELL ROUND-TRIP TICKETS AT ONE FARE FROM ALL STATIONS, T valeb will be added One Admission to Exposition Grounds. TICKETS ON SALE September 30th, October 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th, Good to Return Until October 5th, CiAL Trains Will Br Run October 2i> akd 3d, 1S95, Between Radkord and Lynchburg. 7 00 a. m. 7 19 a m. 7 30 a. 111. fi/eavH RADFoRD. E AS ?' RADFORD.. CHRISTI AN SBURG MONTGOMERY ... SUAWSVILLE. 7 39 a m. ELI.H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 September 1895

. ...-. Not Needed Then. Mrs. Dovey?Can you lot mo hare $25, dour? I want to spend a quiet after? noon out with Ethel Mr. Dovey?Can't do it, darling. Money is aw fully tight. Mrs. Dovey (disappointedly)?Then I I suppose I'll have to put in tho wholo day shopping.-?New York World. Koom For Improvemcut. "Haow d'yo liko that cider?" asked a close old fanner of a poor fellow that he had given a glass instead of a tip for a job. "Pretty good, but it's a pity you didn't have another apple." "Another upplo! Whyf" "Because you could have made an? other barrel of it, yoa know."?Boston Commeroial Bulletin. Chap. ?A Joint Resolution Proposing au Amendment to (lie Fife Section of Article Ten of the Constitution of vir Ktnia, and Providing for Publishing Said Amendment and Certifying the Sumo to the Next General Assembly. Approved March H, ISfll. 1. Bcsolvnd by the hotis>- of d< legates und son? nte (h majority of the member* elected to euch <>f the tw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 September 1895

H IS ECONOMY TO WAIT. IE DO NOT THINK SO AT THIS TIME. It is ?n Undisputed Fact That eather is Advancing. WE HAVE AN IMMENSE LINE ?OF? f Sample Shoes a Spaciaity, Tint. Are Away Below tho Market, tWHS" It, i- economy to buy what ? >n uctuudv need when you an Siivr money, "M ttey Saved is Money Made." We wouhl liko for you to I and lot it? lit your feet, V rhati? von have childreu. They w.ll need Shoes. Yours very truly, Roanoke Shoe Co. No. 13 S. Jefferson St. V.J. IHTRT, Manager. mm u iii F.? UM KtO ACHES ONE M I LB r >m rhaxtone, :i! Uedford count); i|i C with Brooms in Doe location, -rcbaru, conrenlent toanntt. church cht! ir -oneol ilie liest bargatus we (Turin?. Pilco $1,600. Trinis very ("<e-- OF ths best Ho 'TOM >' rucking land i'. Hoanokc county, t Us ironi Boauokc city. All of . ri In el iver. Price $-o per acre. V, UP ?,300 AORBS IN SOUTU ? rt Virginia, on ItoMUoko rlv :?. Fif icriani din farmlns land h lance ? iibo-, 10 r ioai d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 29 September 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY ?OX. XIV.?No. ItOB. PKIUK THK1SB OENl'a. ROANOKE, VA., SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. TIMES. STULL ASSOCIATED PBSBS TKI.KOHAtlP, ALL IHK NEWS Ol TUB nORU). PTUB WICATHKK. Forecast for VI ruin In: Fair and wurni'-r Sunday. Thu conditions for Hiiimiiv night uncertain; cooler ?od fair Monday; aoutherly wlud?, ?lilftlnR to Weather Prophets Ta:l us that the scarcity of rain indicates an un? usual rainy and snowy winter. Now is the time to have us put your roof in shape. Roanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Omnmorco St. and Franklin liond, J. It. COLLINGWOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phono 228. OYSTERS CATOGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's hest cooks, we ate picpared to serve the public with the best oysters that was ever served iu the city. Invitation to ladies: We 'nave two separate Din imr Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. "A Drop Mi total" Is a very small affair. HUT? A Crop in the Thermometer Is c|nlto u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 29 September 1895

Mr. A. IL Cransby, of NO? ICS KorrBU, Memphis, Tenn., wrltos t - iL bis wim had can? cer which had oaten two lnrfro holes In h?r breast, and which tho best physicians of tho surrounding country treated, und pronounced iu curable. Her grandmother und uunt bud died of nnd when told this, tho mo^t eminent BpeciBllsta of how York, winter whose trciit mont pbo was placed, do? clarod hor case was ItoiwloM All treatment baring failed, Rho was Riven up b> <ii? S S P. was recommended. and astonishing as it '??>; seem, n row bottles cured bor pound and well. Our troatlso on ihm dw eoso will bo ecut Iroo to any nddreea. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, Atlanta. Cft SOHKDULK IM KFFKOT MAY 13, 1895. Weithoand Leare Koanoke Dally. 8:10 a. m.(Washington and Chattanooga limited) for Bristol and tho South and West. Stops at principal stations west of Had ford. Pullman sleepers to New Orleans and Memphis, dining car at taohed. T:05 a. m. (or Radford, Minefield aul Pocahontas 4:S5 p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 29 September 1895

*K. Polld Gold fin (.mi Willi KloffUllt Chain F?B? I PRRi? I and Charm tu .M<tt?-h. inuu ! VALUE, S15.UU. AUK YOU KALI). Lorrlmer'a Rx celKlor Hair Forcer positively produces ?luxuriant Krowth of hair ou tho buld cat head, rapidly cures bald patches, Beauty partings, hair tailing, thin eyebrow* and eye BBPO KB A NO AFTER UdE. jjSfWlMo nal color. Absolutely rorccs wblakers and moos laches on thr smoothest face At any heq. Trice iVr,- 5?ltto-. *ol(1 b>' ?? v- LOKKIMKK A w'.i Ponnsylvanla Ato., Baltimore, Md. ?BAU OLK oitANII Ol'I'KKI _DOX'T MLSS THIS CHANCE. TO INTRODUCE Lorrlnrn's Excelsior Hair Forcer. These BBAUTIFUL watches are eold In Jewelry stores ui $10 to ft'., but. In order to advertise our ?oods :md gel new customers, we .\ill (>end one Watch (lady's or gODt'a Bl/.o) aissoi.ijtblt rnKR to you If yon comply with the terms of onr Gold Watcli Oiler. If yon wunt one, sc lid f 1.00 for a large bottle of Lorrlmer'i Excel? sior H ilr Fore :r and we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 29 September 1895

THE TIMES. BVHliV MOUN1NG, BXCBPT MONDAY ROANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMBS BUILDING, 133 OAMFBBLL AVBNUK 8. W. TSKMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid). Dally, one month. *,-52 threo months.i-j? " six moults.**5| *? ono year. In advance .... ?.uu Sunday Bdltlon, one year .... 1.00 Tu* Tuir.s is a memner or the Associated Pros*?the greatost news-collecting association In tho world?and receives over a epecliil wire the full telegraphic news service of the Associated j'roBs_the sumo news from all over the United Btateaand tho wcrld that is slmnltr.ueously re? ceived by the great dallies of New Yora, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. SEPTEMBER. 8 M T W T FS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 O lO XI 12 13 14 IS 10 17 18 19 80 21 28 3S 84 8G 2G 87 SB 2? 30) NOTICK. T. Campbell Gray has been appointed Circulation raanaeer or TUB TIMKS and la antborleed to receive money and receipt for same on account of tbia paper. KOANOKB rUItLISUING CO. Roauobe. Sept. 'Jib. 1B!>5. citizens' tick kt. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 29 September 1895

A FULL ?AND? COMPLETE LINE ?OF? FALL HAVE ARRIVED AND ARE NOW ON EXHIBITION. j Will You See the New Styles. The latest fabrics and fash? ions, not out of the boxes a week, are here for your approval. An hour spent among these beautiful stuffs will help you to i plan that beautiful new dress. Won't you come while the bloom is on these fabric beauties ? Tkoso New Silts. In years of silk selling we have nsver seen the time when designer, dyer and weaver worked in such harmony. Coid type can tell next to nothing about these New Silks. It's best to see them here. Black Goods Of the most stylish kinds, with the rich lustre, deep dye and supirlor finish that go with first-clars Black Dress Goods. It isn't worih while buying a cot? tony, cheap-looking black dress when a good one can be bought for so little at | this store. | The Bise in Cotton. Cottpns will cost more if you put off bnying to a later day. Erery mark-up in the raw cotton market means som- thing for you. To-day the Cotton and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 29 September 1895

Castoria is l>r. 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, ami Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency* Castoria assimilates the fowl, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is the Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. "Castoria is nn excellent medicine for chit- : "Castoria ia so ?well adapted to children that Ten. Mothers have repeatedly told uic of its 1 recommend it as superior to any prescription good effect upon their children." , hiiown tome." Dr. g. c. Osgood, 1 "? A- Arche?, m. d., , Lowell, Mass. I 111 So- Oxford St., Brook...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 29 September 1895

Wave M?(v ? Bag-dad Mtftedj-. Bngdnd date mark is the immo glvon tu ? mysterious disouso that attacks nearly every one who stays in Bagdad for nuy l?ngtli of time aud is found also.at Aleppo and other places in Turkish Asia. It is a sore that comes only once, hut lasts a year, tawing n scur the shape of a dato. Nearly all tho natives uro marked will? it. No remedy has been found for It, but hyposul [mtto of soda seems to huvo some effect on iho mark. Should Stop to Consider. Josh Billing* once remarked, "AYlien:* feller gets u-guiug down liill, it du/, seeni as though ovorythlng liml been greased for tho oknsiiuu." How truu tiiat seems, and yet if a inaa would consider tho oanses which mako Iiis descent so easy bo might ?top long enough to got his second wind and try to gut hack. ?hup. >: tu. - a Joint Jleioiutlou 1'ropoMog au Atuemluiont tu llie Fife Suit Ion of Art l?'i?i Ton of the Constitution of Vir? ginia, and Providing for Publishing; Said Aineudinent and Certifyin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 29 September 1895

IT IS ECONOMY TO WAIT. IE DO MOT THINK SO ?T THIS TIME. It is ?n Undisputed Fact That Leather is Advancing. WE HME AH IMMENSE LING -OF Sample Shoes a Specialty, That Arc Away Below the Market. 8t&7~ It is economy t.? buy what you actually ueed when you can save money. "l^ney Saved is Money Made," VY? would like for you to nil and let n? lit your feet, P?rhapu you have children. Thoj w.ll need Shoes. Yours very truly, Roanoke Shoe Co. Ne. 1? S. Jefferson St. IF. J, BUKT, Manager. w i i,i. a. OAKH, the Hoauokc Sign Writer su< rotmnod Irani Baltimore, .Mil., and Is pro l>b'?' "? 'nrnleh ?11 kinds or signs on short oollce KSr-Oftlce orer Itoanoke Bottling W irks. C B. MEADOR'S, Soeth side Market Si|nare, Invites yonr atteutiun to t Is fnll end complete line ol G oceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Country Produce and Mill Feed. -Also a complete line of. BOOTS AND SHOES. LOW PRICE i FOR CASH. Afistic Photographer. ?tit prices nro always ruuxouable, imt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 October 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. Sfeg&as 3S-. ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1895. "To,, A98?? PBM8 IIU!(,B ~ ^"^Sggg^ ? _ j - ??m^m,mmmmmm^_? _ ?LL IHK NEWS OF THE ?(Htm PTUK WK&TUEH. Forecast for Virginia: Continued cool nud fair weather Taeiday; north wes'erly winde; wartner Wedneeday. It Has Been A Long Dry Spell! There will be a long wet spell. Will yoar roof leak ? Ask Us. RoanoKfi Roofing and Metal Cornico Co., Commerce Bt. and Frnuklln Ilond. J. B. COLLINGWOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phone 228. "A Bros in i?g mm" la a very small affair. A Drop in the Thermometer la quite anothor tiling. It produces Coughs, ColdB, Bronchitis. Ilorseuess, etc. IN SUCH CASE CSE OUR Syrup of Horehound, Tar and Wild Cherry. Contains no Opiaten, l'lcaaunt to Tnlco. 25 Cents. OYSTERS CATOGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we ore piepared to serve the public with the best oyster8 that was ever served iu the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 October 1895

DELICATE WOMEN Should XT eo BRADFIELD'S Female Regulator It Is n rnperb Toolo end oxortsn won? derful Influence. In strengthening her system by driving through tM proper cbannol alllm fiurltlos. iic.ilin and strength era guaranteed o result from Its use. My wlfo wu bedridden for eighteen months, after using Ilmdfleiu'a Fcmulc Rcgulu tor for two ?1011111?. 1? Retting- well. J. M. JOHNSON, Msilvern, Ark _,BKAI>FIFI.I> kkoulator co., atlanta, oa. li| Sold by nil Druggists nttt.OO per bottle, ?f f f TfTTTTTTTTTTTTTttTTrrS SCHEDULE ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY. IN KFFECT BKPT. IB, 1808. Norwich. I College. I Vinton. WestBnd L A M 680 7 00 140 890 900 940 10 20 1100 ? It .3* A M 6 45 710 800 8 40 9 20 10 00 10 40 11 20 11 40 I 12 00 P M P M IS 20 1 12 40 100 1 40 920 800 8 40 420 B00 640 620 700 7 40 830 900 940 10 90 11 00 1 20 2 00 2 40 820 400 4 40 520 600 6 40 7 20 8(0 8 40 9 20 10 00 10 40 1120 A M 700 740 820 0 00 940 10 20 11 00 11'40 P M 12 20 1 00 1 40 2 3(1 8 00 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 October 1895

THE POPULAR CIGARETTE kMILD AND PURE, irfAHUTACnTRXD bt ALLEN & QINTER JllUt AilKitlf'A.N' todacco co. bULX'ksboh. FREB FRBB I 1O.O00 uk. Solid Gold Plated ? watches with Elegant Chain I and Charm to Mutch. ? VAI.UK, 910.00. All!'. YOU BALD. I.orrlnier'fl Ex colelor Hair Forcer positively produces a luxurlsnt growth of balr on the bald? est head, rapidly cures bald patches, scanty partings, hair falling, thin eyebrows and eyo ?,.???? . ..? lashes, and restores BEFORE AND AVTBKUiiE. Kr4y hajr to origi? nal color. Absolutely forces whiskers and mous? taches ou the smoothest face at any ago. Price $1.00 per bottle. Sold by lt. V. LORK1MBK & CO., 1005 Pennsylvania Ave., Baltimore, Md. BEAT) OUK OK/VNt) OFFKRI DON'T MISS THM CHANCE. TO INTKODUCB Lorrlnnr's Excelsior Hair Forcer. These BEAOTIFUL watches arc sold In Jewelry stores bt (10 to $15, bat, In order to advertiso oar goods and get now enstomors, we will send one Watch (lady's or gent's size) absolutely piie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 October 1895

THE TIMES. ' KVKKY MOKNING, BXCBPT MONDAY KOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietor?, TIMES BUILDING, IM OAMPBBLL AVENUE 8. W. TJERMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month . . ? . ? ? " three months.*'J~ six months.jf-JJJ ?" ono year. In advance .... ?.uu aaday Edition, one year .... 1.00 The Times Is a momner ot the Associated Prees?the greatest nows-collectlng association In the world?and receives ovor a special wire the lull telegraphic nows sorvlco ot the Associated Press?the samo news from all over the United Btatcs and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallioB of New Yor?, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. OCTOBER. S M 13 14 15 20 si as 27 ?8 20 NOTICE. T. Campbell Gray bas been appointed circulation manager of THE TIMES and Is autborlred to receive money and receipt for same on account of this paper. KOANOKB PUBLISHING CO. Boanose, Sept. Otto, 1*95. CITIZENS' TICKET. Fob The Senate, M. H. CLAYTOR, Of Roanoke County. Foil The House ok Delegates...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 October 1895

A FULL ?AND? ?OF? FALL HAVE ARRIVED m ARE NOW GN EXHIBITION. Will You See the New Styles. The latest fabrics and fash? ions, not out of the boxes a week, are here for your approval. An hour spent among these beautiful stuffs will help you to plan that l>eautiful new dress. Won't you come while the blcom is on these fabric beauties ? Those Hew Silts. In years of silk selling we have never seen the time when designer, dyer and weaver worked in such harmony. Cold type can tell next to nothing about these New Silks. It's best to see them here. Of the most stylish kinds, with the rich lustre, deep dye and superior finish that go with first-class Black Dress Goods. It isn't worth while buying a cot? tony, cheap-looking black dress when a good one can be bought for so little at this store. Tie Eise in Cotton. Cottons will cost more if you put off buying to a later day. Every mark-up in the raw cotton market means som?. thing for you. To-day the Cotton and Muslin stock is at its ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 October 1895

MAUD MULLER'AND TRILBY. Maud Mullrr hod n Trilby foot. But sho was not a Trilby. A Very different girl was sho, Ami so her story will bo. Sweet Maud was dressed in tattered gown. Trilby In "altogether." For Trilby posed in studio* And llnud out In too weathor. Poor Maud, nshumcd or lior bare feet. Hit blushes tried to smothor. While Trilby first put one foot out And then stuck out tho other. Lovo conic to both of them one day, Which they both had to smothor, Tho judge bo smiled ami rodo away, Billee went with his mothor. Then both theso girls wore hypnotized. Poor Uaudlo by a farmer, While Trilby fell beneath tho spoil Of a satanio charmer. Poor Maud Bho sighed, "It might bare boonI" But Trilby know It should not. So bravely tried to let him go. And sing although sho could not. Alas, for judge nnd gifted boy, Tho darling Uttlo Billeol Straugcrs evermore to joy Their fate they bore quite illy. Tho world, too, sighs with secret pain. And wishes, "Will he, nill he," Tho judge had marri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 October 1895

THE SELF EXILED. "Now open the gato ami let her In, Ami UiiiK It wide, For Bho hath been cleansed from stain of sin," St. Peter cried. And tho angels ?11 wuru silent. "Though I am cleansed from stain of sin," Bho answered low, i "I cmiio not hither to enter in, Nor may I bo." And tho impels itll wero silent. ? ?*???? "But I may not enter there," sho sold; ."For I must go Across tho gulf whore tho guilty doad Lie in their woo." And tho angels nil wero Hilent. "If I enter heaven, I mny not speak My soul's deslro For them that nro lying distraught and weak In flaming ilriS*' And tho angels all woro silont. "Should I bo nearer Christ," sho said, "By pitying less . Tho sinful living or Woeful dond In their helplessness?" And tho angels all woro silent. " , "Should I bo liker Christ woro I To lovo no moro , Tho loved, who in their anguish Ho Outside tho door?" , And tho nugelu all wero silent. ??????? "Should I bo liker, nearor him, Forgetting this? Singing all day with tho seraphim In He...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 1 October 1895

IT IS ECONOMY TO WAIT. WE DO NOT THINK SO ?T THIS TIME. It is An Undisputed Fact That Leather is Advancing. TSE HAVE AN IMMENSE LINE ?OF Sample Shoes a Specialty, That Are Away Below the Market. It is economy to buy what you actually need when you can save mouey. "MoneySaved is Money Made." We would like for you to mil and let us fit your feet, Perhaps you have children. They w.U ueed Shoes. Yours very truly, Roanoke Shoe Co No. 13 S. Jeflorsoti St. F. J, KURT, Manager. , LOOK, L At Our Bargains in ?7 ft-acre farm 1 mile east of Salem, 5 miles I \J east of Hoanokc on electric car line, ?! room dwell'ng, stable, and all necessary outbuildings, fine orchard Thie is a line garden farm; $3,000, one-third cash. rj\ >-ucro farm (', miles east o' Hoav.okc, -1 room I O farm dwelling. 4 stall stable and barn, 60 acres In cultivation, balance in timber, about 3 acres In bottom; price JSJO, one third cash, bal? ance 1 and 9 years. i I r -acres farm on Stnunton liiver, 30 miles Tri ?...

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