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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 May 1897

VOLi. XVII, ISO. 1 CHAMPION OF THE SLOPE. E. A. Bozio is the man who went V to bed, woke up, won the greatest w road event west of the Rockies, and 0 became famous It was Bozio aud 4 bis No. 2!) that threw dust in the g faces of all the fast ones in Califor- J nia. He not only won first place. ? but he 'owered the course record. 4 There is no discounting E. A.Bo/.io's W speed; he must have plenty ol it to # beat out a California field, for there 4 Is no faster lot on the Western m Hemisphere than aro found right A around 'Frisco. The champion of i the slope is E. A. Bozio, and he K T rides a Cleveland No. 29. ? Koanokc Cycle Co., Agts. j t WHY.... -not use disinfectants now -and avoid the darfger of con* ?thmluutlon from impure air? - The. old adage, "a stitch -in time blives niue," np -olies as forcibly in this case -as in any other. We are pre -pared to assist yon with BUg -gestions ami material. ? 'Phone us if nut conveni -ent to call. | J] MASSIE'S PHARMACY. 'Phone 198. \ A Watc...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 May 1897

THE TIMES. ! EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKK rUBLISHINO CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, .123 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID": DAILY, ONE MONTH. 60 " THREE MONTHS.fl.50 " 8IX MONTI'S. .?. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 BONDAV EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ^ . I Business Office.1*3 FHONCs. < jsdltorlal ltooins. 1?* S M T W T F S . 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 10 11 12 18 14 15 H 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 20 80 31 NOTICE. On and after Monday, May 10, 1897, Frank O. "Webber will take charge of the circulation drpartment of Tho Times, vice Campbell Gray, resigned. He is author? ized to collect and solicit subscription* for this paper and to sign receipts for the same. _ That oroject of Prof. Milne to establish stations in order to make a study of earthquakes might be appropriately termed a shaky undertaking. No one can ever conjecture to what dire extremities men are reduced by the pangs of hunger. The latest is that the cannibals in the South Sea'.Isl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 May 1897

*WV|-ffII*/*assistance in pre?ar 110.1 Ul V/ i?g the system for the l^PfHllirf*^ change which it AlllUUU undergoes at this season of the year. The sluggish, impure condition of the blood causes general dis? order, resulting in a lack of energy, loss of appetite, and general debility. A few bot? tles of S. S. S., Swift's Specific will remove all impurities, tone up the system, and im? part new life to the fagged-out energies. It is nature's own remedy, being made from roots and herbs from the for? ests. S. S. S. is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable, hence it is the best tonic for building up and strengthening the system. Insist on S. S. S. There is Nothing Half as Good! WANTS. One Gent a Word Each Insertion. SITUATIONS W4NTED, WANTED.?Position as saleslady In dry troods store. Best of references fur? nished as to character and ability. Ad? dress MISS LUCY KYLE, Gllliam, W. Va. ? 11 lw 1 OK UK. NT. FOR RENT.?Pour rooms suitable fpr light huuse-keeping. Apply ^538'Sixth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 May 1897

HAS A NEW SCHEME, A Hope That Manly Sports Will Take New Life. Out good friend James Devon is again before the puluic. There have been few things out of which any sport is to be gotten that he has 'not been found mixed up in. In the old days when the Roa? noke boys were wout to go forth to do battle in tho football arena he was there and his presence bad gieat weight. Then a little later when the public was invited out to spend Thanksgiving day and drink beer while the cricket matcn waxed hot and tho scores went away tip into the hundreds, he was there with his shin pro tec tors an:l all the rest, of the'togs. If be is not ono of the leading lights you can generally find him with the crowd in some*capacity, even if he has to take his violin along to let you know that he is there. He has been quiet for some time past and we are not surprised to see him come to tho front again. Of all the manly sports Mr. Devon is the most devoted to oui> of door athletics and he is now en?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 May 1897

SPECIAL VALUES ?AT Cuts are being made in all branches of business? railroads, factories of all kinds, in fact 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 tow prices. Brass Boots. One case Wool Cashmere, Includ? ing black. 17c One case All-Wool Novelties, in- ?f^l eluding shepherd plaids. 22 l?2c One- case All-Wool Serge, all colors. 23c Ten pieces Fllk 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. 35c Five pieces Fancy Changeable Taffetas, 75c quality . UOc Twenty-live pieces Changeable Taffetas, $1 quality. 75c Wash Goods. One case Figured Lawn, fast colors. 4c One case Figured Dimities. 6c One case Figured Mulls...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 May 1897

STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN KFFKCT AP1UL 3J, 1(OT. Crystal Bp'nciivli? M.M Park v Burlna vi ? Waft BtAU Ml A M 7 *> HOO 8 4U <J i tow 10 0 I- * 19 0) V M 19 4-0 ia> SO.' 14) 830 4 00 4 40 5 2) 0O3 8 4) 7 JO a oo 6 40 '3 23 10 00 10 40 A M <1C0 0 40 78) H (Ml 8 40 0 30 10 03 1140 11 ?0 P M 13 00 13 41 ISO 3 00 3 40 330 4 0) 4 40 6 30 600 ?40 790 SCO 8 40 ?30 10 00 10 40 11 90 S2 as t*> S6_ A M 630 7 01 740 820 3 00 ?40 10 31 11(0 11 40 P M 19 2U l no I to 320 3 CO ?40 430 ft 00 S40 0 20 7 03 7 40 H 3C 9f0 9 40 10 20 II OT 11 40 V?. Col'go WestKnd it A M 790 8 40 930 VI <u P M 13 00 13 41 130 300 3 40 830 4 00 4 40 030 0 00 0 40 750 800 8 40 ? 30 '?ion 10 40 11 30 0 A M 741 9 UO 940 11 03 1* M 13 30 1 00 I 40 330 300 840 430 BOO 6 40 cao 7 on 7 40 8 31) ?00 9 40 10 30 11 ro II 43 ft a ?I A M 7 00 7 40 8 30 900 9 40 10 90 11 00 11 40 P M 13 30 1 00 1 40 2 30 a to 8 40 4 20 6 00 B 40 090 700 740 830 900 9 40 j 10 2C S3 A M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 May 1897

RoileleCo 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 GO. We are in it with the ladies. It's our great study to stylishly shoe ladies. and quite well have we learned the lesson. Spot Cash lVIoney Savers. T< We have direct powders say ths "made in the and thai buyi> or ordering fr want people 4 same washing are giving tl place of Peai them into notice; they are t think you are "making more pay you, in the end ? Q* ? ^?1 Jk Peddlers and some unscrnpulo OV^XlLl or " the same as l'enrlinc." ?4. 1 nnd if your grocer seu< 11 ?DctCK honest?send it back. IN THE INN PARLOR AFTER THE WEDDING. Tho flowery white weddlnpr Is over, And over the rush of the train. Bo turn your sweet eyes to your lover And kiss him utrniu! There's no one to boro or to bother, There's no one to call and to stay: The whole pretty world und each other Are ours from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 May 1897

The Warm Season 18 ATOl'R DOOISS, AND WITH ITS ADVENT COMBSTHK DB M A K 1) KOK SOMETHING M?HT AND COOL IN "UN DKIIWEAH." I AM SHOWING A CItKAT VAMETV, FROM 26c ur. Balbriggan, Gauze, Fancy Balbriggan, Lilsle, Derby Ribbed, Silk. Wash Sailor Suits. As the warm weather approaches it becomes more and more evident that Wash Sailor Suits are to be the most popular and comfortubla Summer Dress ior the smaller boys. They come in Galatea, Denims, Crash and Linens. Prices range like this: 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2 aad $2.50. ? Oiic-i'riec Clothier, Successor to Jos. Cohn. Jefferson.Street. "R n A WOK"!* V? CwnphcM A venae. XVUAINUKiS, V A. FIRE INS?BANGE! ~ Cte.LlsM&SOQ, The Pioneer Agents. Represent the largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Offlcc: 10G JTcflcrsoii Mtrect. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU. In order to prove the great merit of Ely's Cream Palm, the most effective cure for Catarrh and cold in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1897

'Trimm n VOL. XVII, KO. 1 I Have You Seen | t the Feather Spring i Gali and Examine It? Roartoke Cycle Co. ? E.li.hllippp", MA^AciUR . WHY l o I a ?not use disinfectants now ?ami avoid the danger of con ?taminatlon from impure air? - The old adage, "a stitch -?-in time uives niue," ap ?plies as forcibly in this case -as in any other. "We are pre -pared to assist you with sug -L;i?stions and material. - 'Phone us if not conveni -?snt to call. I MASSIE'S PHARMACY. % 'Phone lft'.J. 19999<tX>99 ???????? *9G09999$ 9 A Watch \ For a Guess. GuesS the distance the hi ?cycle runs in two weeks time, ?commencing at 5 o'clock ?Thursday, May b\ ending ?same bcur on May 20. ruu ?ning 12 hours per day except ?Sundays, (hie guess to one ?person. Seal in envelope ?with name anil send to store. -PRIZE?Opthjn, Ladies' ?or Gentleman'sSilver Watch. ?Cyclometer started at 5 4-10 ?miles. t EDWARDS. GREEN t jl MHiiufaoturliig Jeweler, ^ % 6 SALEM AVE. $ a Agency Columbia and Hartford ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1897

TIMES. KVBRY MOHN ISO, EXCEPT MONDAY. ! HOANOKK PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISH Kits AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPHELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.|1.50 " SIX MONTHS.;. 8.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 ?UHDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR.. 1.00 PHONES: i linslnean Omco . . .143 ! Editorial Room* 138* , MAY. S M T W T F S ???>-. 1 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 , 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 I 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 H 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 . To open another saloon on Campbell avenue would be against the wishes of the majority of property holders and of the men doing business on thnt thorough fore. There are other places more suita? ble, if another saloon were needed in the city; but to us it seems thnt the number of such places is already sufficiently large without the addition of a single one. The Hunk movement of General Gomez in Cuba ccmes rather late; but, if he. could effect the capture of Havana and defeat General Weyler In a pitched bat? tle'things would appen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1897

4 1 Cramps, U Croup, 4 \ Cramps, \1 \ Colic, \ \ Colds, \ ?* US Colds, \ \ ache, i Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Md Bowel Complaints. A Sure, Safe, Quick Cure for these troubles is -Killen 4 ? It is the trusted friend of the I 3 Mechanic, Farmer, Planter. ? ? Sailor, and in fact all classes. ? 9 Used Internally or externally. <f J Beware of imitations. Take * ? none but the genuine " Pbrry I a Davis." Sold everywhere. & L25c. and 50o. bottles, f WANT8. One Gent a Word Each Insertion, SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED ?Position as saleslady in dry goods store. Best of references fur? nished us to character and ability. Ad? dress MISS LUCY KYI iE, Cilliam. W. Va. .Illlw FOK RENT. FOR RENT.?Four rooms suitable for light house-keeping. Apply^.588 JSixth .avenue s w. 4 30 tf AGENTS WANTED. WANTED.?Salesman for Roanokc and on the road to sell our fine line of house? hold goods on monthly payments. STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., 34 Campbell street. NOTIOE OF MEMTING. THE ANNUAL MEETING O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1897

MAY BE REPEALED. City Council May Reconsider the Insurance Company Tax. The action of the finance committee of the City Conncll on Tuesday night In rec? ommending that the recent measure look? ing toward an increased license tax upon insurance co"upauies doing business, in Roanok,be so modified as to leave tho law about as it was before, is thought to mean that the tax will not be increased. The matter will be settled definitely und finally at the Council meeting Saturday night Iii was thought from the firs-t that the law would not stand after the consequences of its enforcement had been pointed out, and we are glad to Know that the matter 1b being looked at in its right light. Tho organization of the Dramatic As? sociation last night is certainly a move in the right direction. It is hoped that its hasty formation will not effect its per? manency and growth. There have been such associations here whose productions have been of the highest order. Everyone knows that in the person of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1897

SPECIAL VALUES ?AT Cuts arc being made in all branches of business railroads, factories of all kinds, in fact 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 low prices. One case Wool Cashmere, inolud- . ing black. 17c One case All-Wool Novelties, in- Sft} eluding shepherd plaids. 22 l-2c One case All-Wool Serge, all colors. 23c Ten pieces f ilk and Wool Nov? elties, worth 50c. 35c Ten pieces All Wool Novelties, 40 inches wide. 40c Twenty-live pieces 45-inch All Wool Serge, 50c quality. 35c Silts for Waists. 18 pieces Japanese Silks, dark grounds. Twenty nieces Japanese Silks, 50c grade. 35c Five pieces Foulard Silks, blue and white. 35c Five pieces Fancy Changeable Taffetas, 75c quality . GOc Twenty-live pieces Changeable Taffetas, $1 quality. One case Figured Lawn, fast colors. 4 One case Figured Dimities. 6c One case Figured Mulls. i 7c Twenty-five pieces Figured O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1897

OKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFFSCT APRIL 91, 1857. Va.Col'ge Westend, A M ?00 0 30 7 30 8 00 8 40 9 20 10 00 10 40 11 30 p m 13 00 19 40 1 90 300 9 40 a 3D 4 00 4 40 590 600 0 40 7 20 800 840 9 SO 10 00 10 40 1120 AMI AM ms OOOn ti ?5 0 40 7<0 7 90 8 90, 8 00 n 9 01" 8 40 9 401 ?30 10 90 10 00 n 11 00 10 40 11 40 11 SO p m \ p m 12*.0 13 00n 1 oo; 12 40 140 190 9 90', 2 ix) ii 8 00 , 3 40n 341 390 n 4 9X , 4 1)0 n 5? 4 40u 6 4Cl 5 90 n 631 701 7 4t| 8 31; 6 00 n ? 40 Ii 7 20 n 800 n 9 00) 8 40 n 9 40 ?30n 10 2( t 10 00 11 11 00 10 40 n 11 40, 11 20tl A M 6 2<>n 7 00 7 441 8 50 n 900 940 10 20n 11 00 11 40 P M 12 20U 1 00 1 40 9 20u 3 00 ii 3 40n 420 Ii 6 00u G 40 n 6 90n 7l0n 7 4lln 8 3') ii 9 00 n 9 40 n 10 90 h 11 00 n 11 10 n 10 760 8 30 910 9 SO 10 30 11 10 11 60 P M 12 30 1 10 1 SO 9 30 J10 8 SO 430 5 10 660 f. 30 710 780 830 9 10 9 SO 10 30 6 M 0 4g 7 ?0 SOO 6 40 920 10 00 10 40 11 90 12 00 P M 12 40 1 20 3 00 2 40 320 4 00 4 40 6 20 600 6 4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1897

RoileMo. 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. RO?NOKE SHOE CO. We are in it with the ladies. It's our great study to stylishly shoe ladies. and quite well have we learned the lesson. Spot Cash Money Savers. Dr. Miles* Nervine Victorious, Physical and Mental Exhaustion Gives Way to Vigorous Activity. REV. W. T. HOUOK, tho talented pas? tor of Grace U. B. church, Carlisle, renn., writes September 28.1S95: " I always enjoyed good health until In 1892, at which tlmo my duties as a clergyman were of a peculiarly trying nature, subjecting mo to sovcral severe nervous shocks which together with overwork aud auxlcty, im? paired my general health and nervous sys? tem. Indeed I was in such a condition that tho mere sight of a largo congregation so wearied mo that it would require a day or moro for mo to re? cover from the ex? haustion. It affords mo treat pleasure to say that Dr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1897

lie Warm Season 18 AT OUIt DOORS, AND WITH ITS ADVENT COMES TUR DE? MAN D* F O It SOMETHING LI01IT AND COOL IN "UN DKH>VKAU." I AM SHOWING A GREAT' VARIETY, FROM 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 Sailor Suits are to be the most popular and comfortabla Summer Dress ior the smaller boys. They come in Galatea, Denims, Crash and Linens. Prices range like this: 50c, 75c, ?1, $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.50. Oiie-l'riee Clothier, Successor to Job. Cohn. SS Sue. Roanokb, Va. C?as. Limsford&Soii, The Pioneer Agents. Represent the largest foreigu and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Oflicc: 10? Jcflcrsou street. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU. In order to prove tho great merit of Ely's Cream Palm, the most effective cure for Catarrh and eold in the head, your druggist will supply 'a Konerons 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1897

VOL. XVII, ISO. 1 i Have You Seen I the Feather Spring Gail and Examine It? i : \ ?*?+?>??e****<>4>*e>a>?e*+*o?*fr Roanoke Cycle Co." . iE.L.Fiiip.pp,Mana?,i ii. WHY Hani 2 -not use disinfectants now -and'avold the danger of con -tamination from impure air? - The old adage, "a stitch -In time wives nine," up -plies as forcibly in this case -as ii; any other. We arc pre? pared to assist you with sug -gestions and material. - 'Phono us if not convent -L'ut to call. 5 MASSIE'S PHARMACY. l 'Phone 11?:?. X IA Watch I t For a Guess. \ -Guess the distance the bi -cycle runs in two weeks time, -commencing at fi o'clock -Thursday, May 0, ending -same hcur on May 20, ruu -ning 12 hours per day except -Sundays. One guess to one -person. Seal in envelope -with name anil send to store. -PRIZE?Option, Ladles' -or Gentleman'sSllver Watch. -Cyclometer started at 5 410 -miles. \ EDWARDS. GREEN niahufact urliiK Jeweler. J 6 SALEM AVE. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ! I UOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. J TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 rix months. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 PHONES: RuainesB OlHce.143 Editorial Booms.1%4 MAY. , S M T W T F S .. . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ? ? 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 |j 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 i 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 80 31 . A philosopher says a man's enemies seldom kick him when he is down; they stand nsida and let his friends do it, and what they do for the poor fellow is a plenty. It is said that some of the Western people are already inclined to look upon the engagement of Miss Hilda Leinp, the daughter of the millionaire St. Louis brewer, to Gustave 6. Pabst, son of tlie millionaire Milwaukee bei-r man, as the first step towards tho formation of another beer trust. 1 he Greeks have vindicated their abil? ity to talk; but in the matter of fighting they have not begun ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1897

One Gent a Word Each Insertion. _SITUATIONS W ?KTED. WANTED?Position ns salesludy in dry woods store. Best of references fur? nished as to character and ability. Ad? dress MISS LUCY KYLE, Gllllam, W. Va. 5 11 iw _FOR KBM. FOR RENT.?Four rooms suitable for light house-keeping. Apply 538 'Sixth avenue s w. " 4 80 tf AGBMTB WANTED. WANTED.?Salesman for Roanoke ai?d on the road to sell our fine line of house? hold goods on tronthly payments. STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., 84 Campbell street. not i Uli of mkh7ini1, THE ANNUAL MEETING -OF THE stockholders of tho Enterprise Building Investment Company will be held in tho office of the companv. Roanoke, Va., SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1807, at 11 o'clock a. m. J. It. COLLINGWOOD, 4-13-td. Secretary anil Treasurer. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Virginia Brewing Company will be held iu the ofllce of tho companv, Roanoke, Va., on SATURDAY, THK 23ND DAY OP MAY, 1807, at 12 o'clock noon, for the election of a board of director-! for the ensuin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1897

SUNDRY MISDEEDS. What "Tramp" Learned Yesterday of Various Law-Breakers. It is said tlmt when a mau wants a rink very badly be is aoing to get 't, hether be bns the price or not, ami many ~e the schemes on'.record which have been Worked to that cud. ? Doubtless there have been many snob n Roanoke, but one wo iked by a man _ere a few days ago deserves special men ion. This mmi walked Into a store on ?leni avenue and asked to * see some logs. They ^ere Inid out for him to xamine and he dually selected one, but suddenly remembered that he had been paid off that morning and had left all his money with his wife. "You know my wife, don't your" he asked the clerk. The clerk said he did. "Well, then, charge the ring to her and I will bring the money in this evening." This was satisfactory, so he took the ring and went outside and waited until he saw the clerk from whom he had bought it go to supper, then he went back r.nd demanded his money for "a ring he bad bought and wished to re? turn b...

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