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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 May 1897

NICE I.OT ? [EARLY JUNE PEAS? Very Flue?10c Can. * PITMAN & EVANS VOL. XVII. JXO.l X*ox Seile I' $ One $00 "Patee," used only ? three weeks, $>5; one second* J hanl "Rambler," $80; one sec- T. ond-hnnd "Columbia, "$25; one W second-hand "Rambler," $28; 0 one boy's 20-inch "Crescent," f in good condition, $20; one a "Kalladay," second-hand, $80; \ oue 'DO nioilel "Cleveland," $45; 5 and many others. Come and 5 examine our stock; we can suit ' you. See the famous W \ WESTFIELD. t 9 ItOAXOKE CYCIiE CO., 108 Salem Ave., S. W. 4-> = u ?H S.5 Q KU 5 ^3 a <u I- o 2 ?-9 n o q m r-; _ b 0 o "~ .Sl?-3?(f> a * =? 5 5 . _ 2 a 2 S ? <i> a ^3 r= 2 ? C ? ? a^- o "3 t? rt a, 2 CD ij- c o ? in >. U ? a. j? "a "t/5 (Tj O-KLi ~~ : I A Gift of J * Solid Silver \ % Purchased from us $ I r f -gives pleasure to all con -aerned. The one who gives -It knows that it is the stand -ard in high art silverware. -The one who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 May 1897

THE TIMES EVERY MORNINU, EXCEPT MONDAY. UOANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID.!: DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 THREE MONTHS.$1.60 ? SIX MONTHS. 3.00 ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 dd?v?u, ) Business Ofnco.143 fllUnEN. j Kdltorlal Rooms.1S4 MAY. S M T W T F S 0! ..." . .. 1 2 8 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 H 10 17 18 10 20 21 32 23 24 25 20 27 28 20 30 31 . King George of Greece is reported to be suffering from cardiacal (heart) spasms, -and his physicians pronounce a change of air necessary in his case. The ingrati? tude of his people is enough to seriously Impair cardiac action, if it does not break his heart entirely. The powers have offered complete au? tonomy to Crete; but the insurgents re? fuse to accept any such arrangement, their motto being "annexation to Greece or death." It is not likely that their de? mands for annexation will be acceded to, although it is probable if they yersist in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 May 1897

notice of meriting. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Ivan hoe Lead and Im? provement Company will be held at the office of the company at Ivanhoe, Va., at 1:30 p. 'rat, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, T897. All stockholders are requested to be present in person or by proxy. IRA DUMONT, Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Virginia Brewing Company will he held in the office of the company, Roanoke, Va., oti SATURDAY, THE 22ND DAY OF MAY, 1897, at 12 o'clock noon, for the election of u board of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meetlnsr. W. F. PENN, Secretary. ;J THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the New Rivet Bridge Company will be held at the office of the company i?t Room No. 507 Terry Building, in liosnoke, Va? at0:'d0 o'cIock a. in. WEDNESDAY, THE 5TH DAY OF MAY. 1807, for the election of a board of directors for the enduing year, and for the transaction of such other business as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 May 1897

KEGROES AS POSTMASTERS. No Desire to Outrage Sensibilities of White People in the South. Washington, May 4.?Postmaster Gen? eral Gary was asked to-day what tho pol? icy of the administration is tobe with re? gard to the appointment "f negroes as postmasters in Southern States. "It is a question that has not yet been >nsidered,'! he said, "aud one which I mnot therefore discuss. It mart be de ermioed, however, and until it is I can ot venture an opinion regarding it." The appointment of a negro at ' ugusta, Ga., it is said, has convinced the Postmaster General that further ap dntmeuts of a like character are apt to o more harm than good. The question mbarrasses the administration, inas? much as it is understood to be the desire f the President to recognize the negroes f the South in the distribution of ollices, ut, at the same time, he has no wish to outrage the sensibilities of tho whites. Southern Republican leaders find them? selves forced to urge the appointment of col...

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

The Greatest Shopping Centre in Roanoke is Right Here in This Store. ' The great crowd of enthusiastic shoppers who congregate here six days in the week tells a tale of price, attractive? ness and quality-attractive? ness that needs no words to emphasize. We enumerate a few of the strong items just to get you to come: Our Millioery Department I? a Surprise. Such a display of Hats, Bon? nets, Flowers, Ribbons and Laces was never before seen in this section of the country. We haven't the space to quote prices, but will guarantee to save you at least 25 per cent, on your purchases by making your selection of us. Mirellas!, ., Hellas! Today the sun shines, but how do we know, it may ruin to-morrow? Bo prepare yourself with an TJmbrelln, and when you rend the prices you cunnot refrain from buying here. 200 Twilled Gloria'Silk, ParaKon frame, steel rods Umbrella, at 80c. 200 Twilled Gloria Silk, cf better quality, with steel lod and rubber celluloid and horn handles, $1.00. These two numb...

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

ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFFBOT APUIL 81. l-?7. ; ? Crystal I v Burin* | _ _ Hp'rigsviK v!. W?l't |VK.Col'Ke West Knit 13.11 Park A V. u ?i 0 30 7 30 800 8 40 1180 10 00 10 40 11 30 1" M 13 00 13 40 1 30 300 340 330 4 00 440 5 30 ti HO 0 40 V 30 800 3 40 1)30 10 no 10 40 11 ao A All A M (. 16 0 00 Ii 6 46 0 40 7 <0 7 30 8 30 8 00n 0 001 8 40 U4U ?30 10 3?! looon 11 O0| 10 40 11 40 11 30 V Ml P H 13 SO 13 00 n 100 12 40 140! 130 3 30i 3 00n ,800. 340n 8 4C 4 30. 5011 G4C ? X 70t! 7 4( 3 at aot 9 40 3 30 n 4 00 n 440n 630 n B 00 n 6 40 n 730u SOOn 8 40 ii M 20ii 10 W ! 10 00 n It 00 10 40 n 11 40 1180 n A M r. ii ii 7 00 7 40 8 30 u 000 0 40 10 20n 11 00 11 40 r m 13 20 n 1 00 I 40 3 30 n 3 00n S40n 4 20i) 5 00n 5 40 n 6 20 n 710 n 7 40 n 8 30n 9 00 u 940 n 10 30u II OOn 11 10 n a m n so 7 10 -so 8 30 910 9 60 10 30 11 10 11 50 P M 12 30 1 10 1 60 330 310 3 60 480 6 10 6 60 fi 30 710 7 50 830 9 10 9 50 10 33 A. M 0 I.) 7?0 son 840 930 10 00 10 40 11 30 13 00 P M 1...

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

We Live i Shavings! WE TAKE A DOLLAR OUT OF YOUR POCKET; put most of it back upon your FOOT. Better, don't you think, than taking 90 cents out of your pocket?du tting it in OURS And You Go Barefoot? See How Nearly Duller lor Dollar Oar Line ol Men's Tan Sboes ire.,.. Iffe Slave a Dollar Very SligMy, Live off the shavings, and re? turn to you the greater part of value?its good fitting qualities. The First, Original ONE PRICE, SPOT CASH, Money Saving Shoe House in Roanoke. The First to Euy Cheap for Cash. The First to Sell Cheaper for Cash. Firstness is a Trait With Us. MORE SHOE CO., | Spot Gash Money-Savers. Starts, Local sirxd. PoreigXL. ZETuill Telograp?nLio Service from. Psirts cf "World.. ???????????? ZESestcL THE TIMES srnc?. 2^?ep "CJp TTVlxla. til.? Procession. ???????????? LOO si "Z"ea,r_ I Kerait to ?ortlcultural. "What is u hardy rosebush?" "It is ono that doesn't mind your mother pulling it up by tho roots every few duys to seo if it has begun to grow yet.''?Chicago Recor...

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

Mothers! -This is a good flack to come 4???-when you want a new suit -fOK youh 1joy. i have the ?-styles that look wkll and -weak well. The Little Fellows I-Claim a mo slice ok my at I-tention. When they become -men 1 expect them to give -me a bio slice of their trade. -Boys will be boys, and -they've hot to be clothed -.substantially as well as be -comingly. JUNIOR SUITS, with and without vest. REEFER SUITS, MIDDY SUITS, and a suit that will suit and fit every boy that comes to my stoke kok a kit. J ?nc-irrice C?oihicr, Successor to Jos. Cohn. Carapncu Aveooo. ? roanokr, VA. FIRE HANGE! Ote Limsfor?&E?ih The Pioneer Agents. Hopreseitt the largest foreign nnd American companies. Twouty years' experience as agents anil ailjnsters; also issue surety bomls. Office: 10? JelTcrsoii street. rOLITICAL ABNOUNCBMBNIS. TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE FIRST WARD.?At the request of many friends, I announce myself a can? didate for tho position of Councilman from the First ward, and ...

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

^^?4^ ?????? ? MICE EOT ? I EARLY JUNE PEASf Very Fine-10c Can. ! PITMAN & EVANS. VOL. XVII. NO. 1 i I P'oi Salel Ono ?00 "Pateo," used only three weeks, $55; one second? hand "Rambler," $80; ono sec? ond-hand "Columbia,"$"25; ono second-band "Rambler," $23; one boy's 20-inch "Crescent," in good condition, $25; one "Halbiday," second-hand. $510; one '00 model "Cleveland," $45; and many others. Come and examine our stock; we can suit you. See tho famous > \ WEE ST FIELD, -$75. ROAXOKi: CYCIiK CO., 108 Salem Ave., S. W. \ A Gift of -gives pleasure to all con -cerned. The one who gives -it knows that it is the stand? ard in high art silverware. % Solid Silver $ Purchased from us 5 * * t 4 4 9 9 9 9 9 4 iliirCH&AP BOOKS I 9 9 i. j -Tho one who receives it i -knows that both in material 9 -and workmanship it is the 9 -best that possibly can be 9 -purchased direct from respon- 4 -sible manufacturers. Many 9 -new and beautiful examples f -are now ready fo...

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

HE TIMES. ?VERY MORNING, KXCKPT MONDAY. R0ANOKK PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (I>OSTAOB PREPAID.': DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 .** SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 8UNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 I Ilndliioas OIHoe.143 1 feilltorlal Kooms. 1X4 MAY. S M T W T F S ?y.':. 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 15 ! 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 80 31 . The Cubans are still fighting and Sen? ator Morgan is still talking in their be? half, but nB it is mostly wind in .both cases not much is expected from either. If all the men in the country were measured at their own estimate ard taken at the public valuation the United States ?would long ago have been discounted at a percentage that would have sold the country almost for nothing. The Diugley tariff bill has finally reached the Senate and now tho fun will begin. Senators Morgan,Allen, Tillman, Stewart and others friendly to free coin ago will l...

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

I-.r^p packago of the world's best cleanser for u nickel. fitlll greater economy in 4-pound packugc. All grocers. Made only by THE N. K. FAIIUIANK COMPANY. Chicago, St. IjOuIs, New York, Boston, rhllaUelpl THE INDIAN'S BUREAU. And How It Roused tho Wratli of a Tax? payer. "Thnr's Eouiothin in this hj'nr paper, Josiuh, ubont :t gover'mcut bureau for the Indians," observed Mrs. Hayseed. "Ha!" cnuio froui Josiuh, accompa? nied by nu angry snort. "Another ex? pense to be saddled on to the sufferin taxpayers of tliis tax riddeu land! An? other scheme fer cxtortiu tho dollars from tho pockets of a downtrodden peo? ple! Of course (hot blamed gang o' sav? ages out west must hev a bureau. They couldn't manage to git along without it. A bureau is necessary to their hea? thenish happiness, and so this hyur gov er'ment steps in an gives them a bureau to bu paid for by the chaps who earn their bread by tho sweat o' their brow. "Oil, yes, tho Indians must hev u bureau, while I, Josiuh Hayseed, a ...

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

WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Bright Notes From the Capital of the Nation. Washington, May 5.?A delegation from the Hiram Eodtio of Masons, at Winchester, Va., called at tho White House this afternoon and invited the President to be their guest at tho Shenan doah fair. Mr. McKiuley joined this lodge in 18G5. Commissioner Hine this afternoon in? vited Secretary of Agriculture Wilson to attend the Virginia State fair. Advices from Norfclk say that the British steamer Fort Williams, 'tow a long time overdue, is believed to be lost. The annual meeting of the ^Telegraphic Historical Society convened here to-day. An interesting event of the day was the reading of the first message ever sent over the wires, which feat was performed on December 20, 1840. Patrick Hare, an inmate of tho soldiers* home at Hampton, Va., was found wan? dering on the streets to day in a nude condition. He is evidently insane and was sent to the asylum. \V. P. Kent, of Virginia, a candidate for either Corean or Persian missi...

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

The Greatest Shopping Centre in Roanoke is Right Here in This Store. The great crowd of enthusiastic shoppers who congregate here six days in the week tells a tale of price, attractive? ness and quality-attractive? ness that needs no words to emphasize. We enumerate a few of the strong items just to get you to come: Our ffiilliaery Department 1h n Surprise. Such a display of Hats. Bon? nets, Flowers, Ribbons and Laces was never before seen in this section of the country. We haven't the space to quote prices, but will guarantee to save you at least 25 per cent, on your purchases by making your selection of us. Mirellas! Mirellas! To-day the sun shines, but how do wo know, it may rain to-morrow? Ko prepare yourself with an Umbrella; and when you read the prices you cannot rcfraiu from buying here. 200 Twilled Gloria Silk, Paragon frame, steel rods Umbrella, at 80c. 200 Twilled Gloria Silk, of better quality, with steel lod and rubber celluloid and horn handles, $1,00. These two number...

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

ROAKOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFPBOT APRIL 81? 1S97. O Murin* vi? IV?IM 8tAH Ml A M 600 6 40 7 3} 8 0? 8 40 9 30 10 01 10 40 11 SO P M 12 00 13 40 ISO son 340 330 4 09 4 40 "5 3d 600 6 40 730 8(0 8 40 9 30 10 00 10 40 11 30 a M 630 7 00 740 830 .103 940 1031 11(0 U 4 'J r m 13 30 100 140 830 3(0 8 40 490 500 6 40 680 103 7 40 88C 9(0 9 40 10 20 11 Of 11 40 Vii.Col'go West En a 3 j H 9 S A M 730 840 0 90 1U <u P M 19 00 13 49 1 90 900 9 40 330 400 440 5 90 C00 640 730 800 840 930 '000 10 40 A M 74) 900 940 11 00 P M 13 30 1 00 I 40 930 300 840 490 300 640 680 700 740 8 30 0 00 940 10 90 II TO 11 SO) 11 40 3? /? M 700 7 40 $ 80 900 940 10 90 1100 11 40 P fit 19 30 100 140 890 300 340 480 600 6 10 630 700 740 890 900 940 10 3C A M 791 b 00 6 40 930 10 00 10 40 1190 13 CO P M 13 40 1 30 900 940 390 400 4 40 690 800 6 40 790 800 840 990 10 00 10 40 Franklin Kami. Salem car runs between Terry building and Salem. First car Sundays at 8:30 a. m. V In ton car runs between Tor...

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

WE TAKE A DOLLAR OUT OF YOUR POCKET; put most of it back upon your FOOT. Better, don't you think, than taking 90 cents out of your pocket?cutting it in OURS And You Go Barefoot? See How Nearly Dollar lor Dollar Mr Line ot Men's Tan Shoos ire.... ffe Slave a Dollar Tery Slightly, Live off the shavings, and re? turn to you the greater part of value?its good fitting qualities. The First, Original ONE PRICE, SPOT CASH, Money Saving Shoe House in Roanoke. The First to Buy Cheap for Cash. The First to Sell Cheaper for Cash. Firstness is a Trait With Us. 5 Spot Cash Money-Savers. \mmiwwwwwwwwmmmgwwwwwwwwA ssss3sssss88esi88b8e8s8s8bsss1 Contains 8 State, Local and Foxeigrsa.. ZE^ulII Telegfxapnic SexTric? from. I 3?arte cf tlio I "WcxldL. EeacL THE TXJ^L^B and. DECeep "CTp "W"Ixn tli? Procession. 2DaIl3r 50c a Montn, $5.00 a "2"?ax. 3 lEBexnit to' ?TIKE TIMES, Eoanoke, "Va. PIERPONT Brick Works, MANCFACrUBKR* OF Building, Fire i Paving Brick. Capacity 40,000 Per Day. Write ror Prices to 6. ...

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

-IS IT argains! You Are Seeking ? Come to a^Ee I MANHATTAN SHIRTS, ' Some White, some Colored nnd C !i some with detachable collars ami cuffs. Former, price $1.50, $2.00 aud $2.50. Sizes 14, 14 1-2, 10 1-2, 17, 17 12, 18. Closing price $1.00. E. & W. COLLARS, Sizes 14, U 1-2, 10, 10 1 2, 17, 17 12.18, I 5c Each. BOYS' SUITS. Blue and Black Cheviots, ('hecks, Plaids, Stripes, Etc., SI.50 while they last. E Onc-l'rice Clothier, Successor to Job. Cohn. 0*mpb?n Avenue. ROANOKE, VA. The Pioneer Agents. Represent the largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents aud adjusters; also issue surety bouds. Office: 10? Jefferson street. ?t A FRENCH INQUIRY. Paris, May 5.?Mesurcur, a republican radical deputy for the second arrondise merit of the department of the Seine, has given3notice that when the chamber of deputies resumes its sittings he will ques? tion Premier Meline as to the intentions of the French government, in regard to tho Dinglcy tariff bi...

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

NICE LOT ? 'I [EARLY JUNE PEAS? Very Fine?10c Can. PITMAN & EVANS. VOL. XVII. NO. 1 -THE- $ GROWN PRINCE OF JAPAN Im Not l>eatl. # He knows a good thing when W he sees it and is ridiug h I "CLEVELAND," 0 The l)lcycle of honest value, 0 with the only absolute 0 dust-proof hearings 0 in tiio world. KOANOKE CYCLE 108 Salem Ave., S. W CO., 4-> ~ u ?rl 5 .5 a rsi 3? s S 9 3 o *?? 5 ai s 5 ? 3 u "5 es ? 5 5 O _ *? " tfi *2 .2 2 Hi +* ?j g 33" O v. Tfj " ... ~ m g S3 ? o 9 ^ (Tj a. 4-? c A ? a) o on CO CO CTj Watch \ For a Guess. -Guess the distance the hi ?cycle runs in two weeks time, ?commencing at 5 o'clock ?Thursday, May 0, ending ?same hcur on May 20. run ? ning 12 hours per day except Sundays. One guess to one ? person. Seal in envelope ? with name anil semi to store. -PRIZE?Option, Ladies' ?or Gentlemau'sSilver Watch. ?Cyclometer started at ? 4-10 ? miles. $ 0 $ $ 0 0 \ 0 0 0 0 t t EDWARDS. GREEN $ > MniiufacturliiK .Jeweler, ? J 6 SALEM...

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

THE TIMES. BVKRV MORNIN?, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHEUS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS ?V MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID.?: daily, OXK MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.60 " SIX MONTHS. S.00 " ONE YEAH, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAH. 1.00 ????._.... ( lIUHlllCBS (lfiloo.143 I noises.. ^ B,iitoriai Koouis.1?4 MAY. S MTW T P S . 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 15 [:\ 10 17 IS 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 81 Anil now the defeated candidate can he seen standing about the street corners explaining to his faithful friends what might have been il certain people bad lived up to their promises. An exchange conies out in a big head line and relates the horrible fact that a negro arrested by a policeman was found to have a razor concealed on his person. If the neuro bad not had the razor it would have been very remarkable indeed. New York should ameud her divorce laws. A'man committed suicide in that State a few days ago because be couldn't secure a divo...

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

Ij?rRp |u\cknge of tho world's l>ost cleanser fur :i nickel, Still?rfiiteri-conomy in 4-|K)UDd package. All grocer*. Made only by THIS "N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago, St. I.oui:), New York, Boston, I'ulladelpfc '?.V^-'^.^-^.^-Y^\V.-^^^v^v^.8f>l FIVE years of continued success has marked the progress of the Waver Icy Bicycle. Cycling and mechan? ical experts marvel at the workmanship of the '97 Wavcrlcy. It stands at the Ivad of high-class wheels. Its bearings r.rc made on a new principle, and arc absolutely true. Cannot be sold for less th.-m l.r.st year':- Wnvcrlcys pave universal satis? faction. They were equal lo any wheel, better than moet. Wo continue llieir manutaciure. The price si this pracle?tried and true?has been reciucvi to SGO, as we can mak-j them Without ruyir.g new machinery. Catalogue Free. Indiana Bicycle Co., Indianapolis, Ind. of tin* Tilings in Which W'c ?ur I?imh Our Coin peli tors: Garden Tools, Rubber Hose, Screens, Doors and Windows, ...

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

HOW ARE YOUR KIDNEYS? Dr. Hobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills ^ have cored thousands of WEAK BACKS. They euro by honling the ?Lies nones, k. d. Kichioya and Purlfyinjr the Blood, from Uric Acidaud other impurities. They Cum Rheumatism, Backache, Neuralgia, Diabetes,Dropsy, Bladder Troubles and Female Weakness. How Is your Liver? Dil. Hobbs Little - Liver Pill?, quickly euro Sick Hcadnchoand BiliouBnw^sm^r*i,,t?<rjpo._ii-<i_ . BOBBS REMEDY CO., Proprietors, Chicago Dr. Hobbs Pills, For Sale By VAN LEAR BROS., PHARMACISTS; Salem Ave, and Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. 1111 EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. The funeral services of the late Joseph "Wm. Hannah were conducted yesterday morning at the Presbyterian Church, of which for many years he had been an officer, by the pastor, Rev. II. C. V. Campbell,assisted by the Rev. Dr. Camp? bell, of Roanoke. The sermon was most touching and impressive, the text being taken from the 11th chapter of John. A beautiful lesson was drawn from the ...

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