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

1 he Greatest S hopping Centre in Roanoke is Right Here in This Store. The great crowd of enthusiastic shoppers who congregate here six days in the week teils 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 Millinery Department Ik a Surprints 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. To-day the sun shines, hut how do we know, it may rain to-morrow!' Bo prepare yourself with an Umbrella, and when you read the prices you cannot refraiu from buying here. 200 Twilled Gloria .Silk, Paragon frame, steel rods Umbrella, at 89c. 200 Twilled Gloria Silk, cf hotter quality, with steel tod and rubber celluloid and horn handles, si.OK. These two numbers are ?old elsewh...

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

ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFFBCT At'ML 21, 1S!I7. V?. Col'go WeitBnd Franklin 11 mil. 1' M !UI 3 30 4 l'l 4 50 630 6 10 650 7 30 810 850 P SO 10 1(1 !?) 50 5? = 1* M 3 00 3 40 4 30' 6 00 6 4(1 630 T 00 7 40 8 M ? 00 II 40 10 99 11 Od A M 6 D 7IRI 8 30 9 40 11 CO I* M 13 20 A M 0 20 7 40 51 00 10 30 11 40 P M 1 00 w sc o a 1* M i 1' M 1 4U I 3 20 3 00 I 3 40 4 30 ' 6 00 5 40 | 6 30 7 00 | 740 8 30 j o iw ?40 ,10 70 Palem car inns botweon Terry building and Salem. First c:ir Sundays nt S:20 a. Iii. Vinton car runs between Terry building and Vinton. 8und?ys ? Kirnt cir 8.00 b. m. Norwich car rims between Norwich and Union Depot and connects with College car. Suudays? FlrBtcar 8:00 a m Trips marked "n" Will go through to Norwlcb; al1 other trips before 3:0,1 p. m. wilt nop at Woodrums. All trips after 3.00 p. m. will gi through to Norwich College c*r runs between College and Union Depot via Mill Mouutalu aud connects with Nor wich. West End car runs between "II" street end Unio...

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

We Life on Iiis! 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?nutting it in OURS And You Go Barefoot? See How Nearly Dollar lor Dollar Oor Line ol Moo's Tan Sta M... ffe Slave a Dollar Very 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 C&SH, 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. Spot Cash Money-Savers. ?Clie Oonta,Izis State, Local and. aSFoxeigraa.. ???????????? p-u-ll Welegrxarplilc Service frora IEPa.rts cf tli? T77"oxldL. I Bead TECB TIM^S i and. 2^eep "CTp I TTsTIxli. til.? I Procession. Daily 50c a* l^ontll, $5.00 a* Teai. Bern It to OTSIE TIMES, PIERPONT Brick Works, MANUFACrUBBlU OF Building, Fire i Paving Brick, Capacity 40,000 Per Day. Write lor Prices to G. R. PIERPONT, Salem, ...

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

IS IT You Are Seeking ? Come to I MANHATTAN SHIRTS, Sonu' White, some Colored and some with detachable collars and cuffs. Former price $1.50, $3.00 and $8.50. Sizes U. 14 1-2, 10 1-2. 17, 17 1 2. 18. Closing price $ I .OO. E. & W. COLLARS, Sizes 14. 14 1-2. 16, 1(5 1 2, I". 17 12, 18, I 5c Each. BOYS' SUITS. Blue and Black Cheviots. Checks, Plaids. Stripes, Kto.. Si. 50 while they last. E? ? ^Ar^l Lb Ebb J Onc-fricc Clothier. Successor to Joe. Cohn. Caan""" Avenue. roanokh, va. " fire insurance! " Chas.Lnnsforfl&Son, The Pioneer Agents. Represent the largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters: also issue surety bonds. Office: 10? Jefferson si root. STATIONARY AT NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans. I.a., May G.?The river has been standing .still four days. The Pontchartrnin levee line is \Ui fine condi? tion and the New Orleans line is holding out well. The lake Borgne 'ine has been held with trreat difficulty, but;it Is now...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 May 1897

* vol.. xvii, ?n?. i i ? Guess the distance the Iii? -cycle runs in two weeks time, ?commencing ut 5 o'clock -Thursday, May 0, ending -same licur on May 20. run -ning 12 hours per day except -Sundays. One guess to one -person. Seal in envelope -with name anil send to store. -PRIZE?Option, Ladies' -or Gentleman's Silver Watch. -Cyclometer started at 5 4-10 -miles. EDWARDS. GREEN MaiiufHctiirtiic Jewulor, 6 SALEM AVE. Agency Columbia and Hartford Hicycles. .4 An Opportunity This morning we will place on sale 100 of the latest, copyrighted, cloth hound hooks on the market, at '-'?'> per cent, less than publishers prices Don't fail to look over these hooks. Only To-day and To-morrow THF F1SHBURN COMPANY, ;ic Co., C. T. JENNINGS, Manager. P O I G A U U I s T A C & c The Celebrated MEHLIN PIANO, ). B. ROGERS & CO.. DEALERS, No. 11 8. Jcfter*ou Si. ST. JAMES ARRIVALS. Among the Into arrivals at, the St.. .lames lost night were Deter Kidil, Pit laskl; Jno....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 May 1897

THE TIMES KVKRY MOUSING, EXCEPT MONDAY. HOANOKK riJULISIUNG CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. THUMS Iir MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID,): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 60 " THREE MONTHS.$1.00 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 PHONES: I liuHlncsa Ofllce.143 ! Kdltorlul Kooins.1S44 MAY. S M T W T F S . 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 { 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 27 28 29 80 31 . ,. NO (ICE. On ami after Monday, Mny 10, ISO 7, Franko. Webber will take charge of tbe circulationd* i>?rttuent of The Times, vice T. Campbell Gray, region, d. He is author i7i (l to collect au<I solicit subscriptions for this paper and to sif?" receipts for the Maine. _ The story now going the rounds of the press that Osmnn Pasha, the great Turk? ish general, is an American by biith 's about on a par with the one to the effect that Wilkc-s Booth, the assassin of Lin? coln, is still alive. llicotti Garabakli, son of the great Italian...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 May 1897

Largest package?greatest economy. THE N. K. FAIR8ANK COMPANY. Chicnco, Bt. Louis, Now York, Boston, Philadelphia. THE CRESCENT IS A PERFECT WHEEL AT THE RIGHT PRICE. Its reputation has been won by its merit. You will be proud to compare it with any wheel made, and you will know that your neighbor paid just the same pi ice for his Crescent as you did. Western Wheel Works Catalogues Free f~*\_ ? TiT ir ? Accnu Everywhere ChlCagC?New YOfk This special form of RIpanslMmleaUpraparad from thoorifflnal prescription, but more econom? ically up fur the puriioso of mcctliur, thu universal iM'Mti-ru demand for a low price. IHKEOTIONS.?:Tako 0110 m meal or hed llinn or wllonOYCT you feel |>oorlv. Swallow iL whole, with or without a inonlliriil of water. Tliey cure all stomach troubles I isintsh pain | Induce sleep; prolong life. An Invaluable totn.-. Jlcst Kprlnn Medicine. No matter what's Iba InattCT, one will <lo you p..i.(I. One (riven relief? u euro v.111 mult It direc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 May 1897

EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. To-morrow's Salem letter will coiuuin a full rtccouQt of Thursday night's .coun? cil meeting. Judgo Altlzer has returned from n visit to Montgomery county. C. Ml Knox, of the Owens ?& Minor Drug Compauy, of Richmond, was work? ing Ids trade yesterday. Kent Carper left Thursday niuht for St. Louis in the interest of the 1 Son sack Cigarette Machine Co. Mrs. T. T. Allan and son. of Baltimore, are visiting tiie Misses .Sallie and Maggie Johnson at their Main street home. Mrs. B. A. Potter, after a month's visit to relatives in Danville, returned yester? day to Mrs. St. Clnlr's on High street. ? Miss Ruth Pepper, after n pleasant visit to the family of J. A. Baumbardner, left Thursday evening for Elliston, from which place she will return to her home at Rural Retreat. The whiskey applications of Mr. Lock ett nud Waverly IS. Horn, recently turned down by Jndgo W. W. Moffett and which were, appealed to a higher court, will come up this morning at 10 o'c...

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

Hie 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 fflillidery Department Is a (Surprise. Such a display of Hats. Bon? nets, Flowers, Hibbens 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 bow do we know, it jiuiy ruin to-morrow!' Bo prepare yourself with an Umbrella, and when you read the prices you cannot refrain from buying here. 200 Twilled Gloria Silk. Paragon frame, steel rods Umbrella, at 89c. 200 Twilled Gloria Silk, of better quality, with steel lod and rubber celluloid and horn handles, $1.00. These two ...

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

ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFFKCT APRIL 81. 1897. ra.Cul'go WestEud ?40 9 20 10 00 10 4') 1120 la oo I' M 13 40 1 20 3 00 2 40 3 30 4 00 4 40 520 600 ft 40 7 3(1 8 00 5 40 9 30 10 01 10 40 Franklin Until. A M 7 00 7 10 890 000 ?40 10 30 11 00 II 40 t1 M 13 30 IWI 1 40 930 1' M 2 50 3 30 4 10 4 60 630 (510 ?50 730 8 10 8 50 ?80 JO 10 10 50 P M 1 40 300 1' M 3 2U 3 40 4 30 i 5 00 5 40 ' 0 30 7 00 j 7 40 8 30 I P 00 ?40 10 50 A M 6 50 730 810 8 50 ?30 10 10 10 50 11 80 V 13. 13 10 13 50 1 30 310 Salem car runs between Terry building and Salem. First cur Bundaya at S:30 a. m. Vinton car runs between Terry bulldiQg and .Vlnton. Sundays?First car 8:00 a. m. Norwich car runs between Norwich and Union Depot and connects wifh College car. Sundays Firet ear 8:00 a m. Trips marked "n" will go through to Norwich; all other trips before 3:00 p. m. will nop at Woodrums. All trips alter 3.00 p. m. will go through to Norwich College car runs between College aad Union Depot via Mill Mountain...

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

Wey? Iii?! 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?outting it in OURS And You Go Barefoot? Seo H?w Nearly Dollar lor Dollar Our lino ol Moo's Tan Shoos ire.... He 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 Buy Cheap for Cash. The First to Sell Cheaper for Cash. Firstness is a Trait With Us. Spot Cash Money-Savers. c Tlie Contains i w kb bzJeszh aJusaLaCa^ asLz^'J Coj^'^N^V'^Nct^ ma am j Stats, I^ocal and Poxeigrn. I I I PtjlII ?T'elegrrapnic i Seivlce from I Parts ox" tno TTxTcrld. and Zleep "0?p Witii th.9 Procession. ZOail^r 50c a, Month., $5.00 a* Tear. Bemit to THE TTXIMIIES, Boanoke, Va. PIERPONT Brick Works, MANUFACrUHBR* OF Building, Fire i Paving Brick. Capacity 40,000 Per Day. Write for Prices to G. R. PIERP...

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

? IS IT You Are Seeking ? Oome to I MANHATTAN SHIRTS, Some White, some Colored nnd S j some with detachable collars and culTs. Former price $1.50. $2.00 anil $-3.n0. Sizes 14. 14 1-2, 10 1-2, 17, 17 1 2, 18. Closing price $ 1.00. ?, & W. COLLARS, Si/.os 14, 14 1-2, 10, 10 12, 17, 17 1-2. 18, I 5c Each. BOYS' SUITS. Blue and Black Cheviots, Checks, Plaids, Stripes, Etc., SI.50 while they last. ?ne-l"ricc (Jlotliicr, Successor to Joe. Cohn. Carnp?cN A venae. ROANOKE, VA. FIRE INSURANCE! Cte.LesM&Soi, The Pioneer Agents. Represent tho larg6st foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters: also issue surety bonds. Office: 10<( JoHVi'moii street. FOR A SPEED TRIAL. "Washington, May 7.?The gunboat Nashville, which was Imilt at the ship? yard at Newport News, will have a speed trial trip next Wednesday in Long Island Sound. AN EMBEZZLING TREASURER. Mashington, May 7.?Robert 11. Mar? tin, until recently treasurer of Colum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 May 1897

OL. XYIL KO. 1 IHAMPION OF THE SLOPE. 9 s E. A. Bozio is the man who went to bed, woke up, won the greatest road event west of the Rockies, and became famous It was lio/.io aud his No. 20 that threw dust in the faces of all the fast ones in Califor? nia. He not ouly won first place, but ho 'owered the course record. There is no discounting E. A.Bozio's speed; he must have plenty oi it to beat out a California (iold, for there is no faster lob on the Western Hemisphere than aro found "right around 'Frisco. Tho champion of the slope is E. A. Bo/.lo, and he rides a Cleveland No. 29. Koanokc Cycl? Co ., Agts. J ??????0? a hi** - 1 _ ?-* tmmm _ cn en ? ? ?3 '8 jte 5j 15 St ~ 9999 999999999Z CO ?2 'c75 CO ? IA Watch j 5 For a Guess. \ ? Guess the distance the 1)1? -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 send to store. -PRIZ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 May 1897

THE TIMES. ?YJSRY MqRNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. "J.W. TEBMO BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID.>: DAILY, ONE MONTH. 00 THREE MONTHS.$1.50 SIX MONTHS. 3.00 ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 TODAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 Aw.u.iBuilneM Office.143 -j KfUtorluI Room*.18* MAY. S M T W T F S jjfo .. ... .. ..... .1 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 20 80 81 . NO TICK. On unit after Monday, May 10, 1887, JPraok O. Webbor will take charge of the circulation department of The Times, vico V. Gampholl Gray, i-oKlcnul. He is author? ized to collect and solicit subscriptions Tor this pnper nod to sign receipts for the same._ The ?.nsc with which ex-United States officials receive high railroad posilious when their terms of office expire at Wash? ington, suggests a connection in some cases between these widely different em? ployments, which is, to s?y the least, very mysterious. The Senatorial election...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 May 1897

Largest packago-cxtra va THE N. K. Chicago, tit. Louis, W AN T S One Gent a Word Each Insertion. _situations XV IXTKD^_ WANTED.?Position its saleslady in flry goods store. Best of references f?r? Jilshed as to character and ability. Ad? dress MISS LUCY KYLE, Gilllam. W. Ya. 5 11 lw 1 ? FOK HUNT, FOR KENT.?Four rooms suitable for light house-keeping. Apply^538 Sixth avenue s w. 4 30 tf AGKNTN WANT KU. WANTED.?Salesman for Roanoke anil on the road to sell our fine line of house? hold goods on ii (inthlv payments. STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., 34 Campbell street. not h i; or nektinu, THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE f stockholders of the Ivanhoo Land and Im? provement Company will be held at tho / office of tho com pan v at Ivanhoe, Va., at 1:80 p. m., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, ; 1S97. All stockholders are requested to be present In person or bv proxv. IRA DUMONT, Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ' stockholders of the Enterprise Building . Investment Company will be held in tho ? oflice of the compa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 May 1897

WHAT "THETRAMP" SAYS. Still Kicking About the Irregular? ities of the Mail. Amateur performances as a rule aro hard to write up. There is something which enters iu the object tor which they aro given or in the custe that renders criticism uncalled for as well as unjust and most likely unsatisfactory. However the Roanoka Light Infantary performance at toe Academy last night deserves fa? vorable criticism [of the highest order. The play "Appomattox" by.Mr. Sher? man is lull of life.'strengthana, what al? ways takes, pathetic humor. From the appearance of the "Hero of the Semlnole War" in the first act to the reconciliation at the last, it is iuteresting'nnd exciting "The parts were wel' taken and smoothly rendered. Some of them remarkably so. The acting last night emphasizes more thau ever the great need our city has of a dramatic association. That a play like "Appomattox" could bo successfully ren? dered with scarcely a fortnight's training proves that there is talent here that de? s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 May 1897

SPECIAL VALUES -AT Intel Is' Guts are being made in all branches of business? railroads, factories of all kinds, in tad all Institutions are cutting?so are we. Make comparisons and see what you can save. Re? member quality has a good deal to do with prices. We give you good goods and taw prices. Dress Hoods. One case Wool Cashmere, includ? ing black. 17c One case All-Wool Novelties, lu- '1 eluding shepherd plaids. 22 l-2c One . case AH-Wool Serge, nil colors. 23c Ten pieces Fi'.k and Wool Nov? elties, worth 50c.. 35c Ten pieces All Wool Novelties, 40 inches wide. 40c Twenty-five pieces 45-inch All Wool Serge, 50c quality. 35c Silts for Waists, 15 pieces Japanese Silks, dark grounds. 25c Twenty pieces Japanese Silks, 50c grade. 35c Five pieces Foulard Silks, blue and white. 35e Fivo pieces Fancy Changeable Taffetas, 75c quality . 60c Twenty-five pieces Changeable Taffetas, $1 quality. 75c Wash Ms.* One ease Figured Lawu, fast colors. 4c One case Figured Dimities. Cc One case Figured ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 May 1897

ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFFSOT APRIL 81, 1S?7. Crystal Va.Col'ge WcHtEnJ A M GOU 0 SO 730 800 840 0 20 10 00 10 40 11 30 F M 13 00 13 40 1 30 3 00 340 330 4 00 4 40 630 600 6 40 7 30 300 840 030 10 00 10 40 1120 A M 0 00 n 6 40 7 30 8 00 n 840 9 90 lOOOn 10 40 11 30 13 SO 13 00 n 1 OU,12 40 140 130 A m 616 6 45 7 40 8 30 9 00 9 40 10 30 11 00 1140 r m 930 3 00, S4C! 4* sm 5 4C 6*' 70t 7 40| 8 30| 9 OLM 940, 3 HO n 340n 820 n 400 n 4 40 n 6 20 n 6 00 n 6 40 n 7 20 n 8 00 n 840n U30n 10 * | 10 00 ii 11 00 10 40 n 11 40 11 30 Ii A M 6 2?n 7 HO 740 830 n 900 9 40 10 30n 1100 11 40 P M 19 20n 1 00 1 40 3 20 n 8 00 n 3 40 ii 4 20 d 5 oo n r. 40 n 0 20 n 7l0n 7 40n 8 30 Ii 9 00 ii 9 40n 10 20 n llOOn 11 10 n A M ? 30 7 10 760 8 30 910 960 10 80 11 10 1160 P M 12 80 1 10 1 60 330 ?UU 3 60 430 5 10 660 630 710 7 60 830 9 10 9 60 10 30 A M 7 JO SOO 0 40 930 10 00 10 40 1120 12 00 P M 13 40 120 2 00 2 40 820 400 4 40 6 20 000 6 40 730 800 8 40 9 90 10 01 10 40 Franklin Komi. P M 8 0...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 May 1897

Perhaps we never were so well prepared to shoe the little fellows. The kind "just like Papa's." Prices 75c to$1.50. Tans are very stylish in this line. ROANOKE SHOE CO. We are in it with the men. It's our great study to stylishly shoe gentlemen, and quite well have we learned the lesson. Spot Cash Money Savers. tPain-Killer, (rourr Davis'.) A Sura und Safe Remedy hi every case and every kind of Bo wel Complaint Is Pain-Killer. This is a trno statement and It can't be modo too strong or too emphatic It Is a simple? safe and quick cure for Cramps, Cough, RheumatUm, Colic, Colds* rteuralgla, Dlarrheoa, Croup, Toothache. TWO SIZES, 25c. snd 50c. EN AVANT. "By moor nnd hollow. By crag and peat, "What dost thou follow With flying feet?" "?Neuth the sunny skies, Where the wind Is free, - ,' There's a white bird tiles, ;;??-' 80 fair to see. .. '! "? Could I but caress His plumes of snow No rfiorc loneliness I o'er should know." "By moor nnd hollow, By erat? and peat. What dost thou follow ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 May 1897

The Warm Season IS AT OVn DOORS, AND WITH ITS ADVENT COMBS TUR DE MAKI) V O U SOMETHING LIGHT AND COOl. IN "UN DEltWEAK." I AM SHOWING A GREAT VAltlETV, KKOM 25c UP. 'Balbriggan, Gauze, Fancy Balbriggan, Lilsle,: Derby Ribbed, Silk. Wash Sailor Suits. As the warm weather approaches it becomes more and more evident that Wash Bailor Suits are to be the most popular and com fortab la Summer Dress lor the smaller boys. They come in Galatea, Denims, Crash and Linens. Prices range like this: 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2 Hud $2.50. E.WILE One-fricc Clothier, Successor to Jos. Colin. aS'? ROANOKB, VA. te.LiMor?yoii, The Pioneer Agents. Represent tho largest foreign and American compuuio?. Twenty years' experience aA agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Office: 1?? JetTermon street. ' IT WILL SURPRISE YOU. In order to prove the great merit of Ely's Cream Balm, the most effective cure for Catarrh and cold in the head, your druggist will supply 'a generous 10 cent trial size or we ...

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