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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1897

SPECIAL VALUES ?AT? Cuts ere being made in all branches of business railroads, factories of al! 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. Dress Boob. One case Wool Cashmere, includ? ing black. 17c One case All-Wool Novelties, in- i^l eluding shepherd plaids. 22 l-2o One case All-Wool Serge, all colors. 2-1c Ten pieces FPik and Wool Nov? elties, worth 00c. 35c Ten piecea All Wool Novelties, 40 inches wide. 10c Twenty-five pieces 40-inch A11 Wool Serge, 50c quality. :{.*>c Silts for Waists, 15 pieces Japanese Silks, dark grounds. 25c Twenty nieces Japanese Silks, -"iOc grade. 85c Five pieces Foulard Silks, blue and white. fl.->e Five pieces Fancy Changeable Taffetas, 75c quality . OOc Twenty-five pieces Changeable Taffetas, $1 quality .. 75c One case Figured Lawn, fast colors. 4c One case Figured Dimities. Gc One ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1897

E STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APUIIi 91, 1S97. OTjrftal HJBPark V Spring vU tVal't Ht St tH Ht h A M 7 m 8 00 8 40 9 ]J 10C0 10>0 II 3j taoi P M 13 4) 1 2J 3 0) 14) 8 9) 400 4 40 6 3) 8 0) 6 4) 7*0 800 8 40 93) 1300 10 40 3? A M (i to 0 40 7 8) 8 00 8 4') 9 3D 10 U) 1141 11 SO P M 13 00 13 41 1 3) 900 3 40 330 4 0) 4 40 6 30 ?00 0 40 730 8(0 8 4) 9 30 10 00 10 40 11 iO JO A~M (130 7 0) 7 4? 830 .100 y 49 10 3) 11(0 114) V M 13 90 100 I 4) 3 90 3(0 8 40 430 5 00 S40 6 90 7 0) 7 40 8 90 9(0 9 40 10 20 It or II 4" Vi?. Col'go West EQd A M 790 840 930 10 lo F M 13 00 13 41 190 300 340 3 30 4 0(1 4 40 8 30 cool 8 40 720 8 00 8 40 9 30 '000 10 40 1130 38 A M 741 9U0 940 1100 P M ?a rl It u A M 700 7 40 8 30 0 00 9 40 19 30 10 90 1 00 11 00 1 40 990 300 840 490 500 5 40 030 700 740 8 90 900 940 10 30 11 ro 1140 11 40 P M 13 30 100 1 40 230 3 CO 3 40 480 B00 6 10 630 700 7 40 6 30 9 00 9 10 10 2C a) T3 3| A M 7 3) t>00 8 40 930 10 00 10 40 11 80 1310 P M 13 40 1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1897

Kitt II Perhaps we never were so well prepared to shoe the little fellows. The kind "just like Papa's." Prices 75c to$l .50, Tans are very stylish in this line. ROANOKE 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. a Spring tonic. The peculiar conditions at this season pro? duce a depressed, care-worn, languid feeling, which per? vades the entire body. When nature, unassisted, attempts to get rid of the accumulated impurities, the energies give way, the appetite fails, a worn out, run-down condition is the result. All of which can be avoided by a few bottles of Swift's Specific which promptly purifies the the blood and thoroughly renovates the entire system, tones and strengthens the stomach, and renews the ap? petite. It is the only safe tonic, being purely vegetable, and the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no ar? senic, sulphur, mercury, pot? ash or other mineral sub?...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1897

The Warm Season IS AT OUR HOOKS, AMI WITH !TS ADVENT COM KS. Til K DK M A N I) V O It SOMKTI1INO LI OUT ANI> COOIi IN "UX DKItWHAR." I AM SIIOWlMi A OIIKAT VAUIKTV, FROM 25c up. Balbriggan, Gauze, Fancy Balbriggan, Lilsle,' Derby Ribbed, Silk. Wash Sailor Suits. As the warm went&er approaches it ? becomes more and more evident that "Wash Sailor Suits are to be the most popular and comfortable Summer Dress for the smaller bo3's. They come in Galatcn, Denims, Crash -and Linens. Prices range like this: 50c, 70c. $1. $1.25, fl.50, $3 ihd $2.50. E eferrcrjou street. Campbell Avenue. n One-l*ricc CJIotliivr, Successor to Joe. Cohn. ROANOKE, VA. Clias.LMsforfl&Son, The Pioneer Agents. Represent the largest foreign and American companies. Twenty yenrs' experience as agents and adjuster.-; nlso issue surely bonds. Ollicc: 10? Jcll'crHon street. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU. In order to prove the great merit of Ely's Cream Balm, (he most effective cure for Catarrh a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1897

VOL. XVII, JSO. 1 "$100?80=$20" IT'S is? r?lv n problem in economy? without Uli! usual risk. Tllo ucw list 1" :: ? of 1897 $80- c?\omWV^-S80 brines ".-1 wheel people know nml trust" n> ,1 proper popular estimate of gocd bicycle value. R0AN0KE CYCLE CO., Agents, I I 8 Salem Avenue. 1111 -not use disinfectants now -antl'avold the danger of con -t ttiiiuation from impure air? ? The old adage, "11 stitch ?in time Laves nine." up len 11h forcibly in this case ? 1- in any other. We lire pre ?pared to assist you with sug ? .".-stions niitl material. ? 'Phono us if not convent ?ant to cult. \ MASSIF'S PHARMACY. ? 'Phone 103. I \ A Watch t For a Guess. -OtlCSS the distance the bl ?1 ycte runs in two weeks time, ? sommenclng at 0 o'clock ?Thursday, May ti, ending -nine licur on May 20. run -ning 12 hours per day except ? Sundays. < lue guess to one ? person. Seal in envelope ? with name anil scud to store. ??PRIZE?Option, Ladies' ?or < Sentleiunu'sSilver Watch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1897

THE TIMES EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING. CO., PUI1LI81IEUS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID?* DAILY, ONK MONTH. 50 " TIIRKK MONTHS.$1.50 ,4 SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 l'hones I liusinefta Oillco.143 1 fctlltorlal Kooraa. l'i* MAY. S M T W T F S . 1 2 8 4 5 6 ? 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 28 24 25 20 27 28 29 80 31 . A balloon without a basket has fallen into the ocean off Sand'/ Hook: but the dispatch which conveyed the information failed t*o state whether it had any connec? tion with the mysterious air ship which has been seen so many nights sailing high above the earth in various parts of this count ry. The Spanish consul at Philadelphia has started for Cuba to "assist" In unraveling the mystery of Dr. Ruiz's death: but it is doubtful if the character of the assist? ance given will be such as the real merits of the case require. A Spanish consul will of cours...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1897

One Cent a Word Each Insertion. SITUATION* YVVNTKD. WANTED?Position ns saleslady in <lry (goods store, Rest of references fur? nished as to character and ability. Ad? dress MISS LUCY KYLE, GllUara, W. Va. 5 11 hv FOB KENT. ? FOR RK.N<T.?Four rooms suitable for light house-keeping. Apply.,688 'Sixth avenue s w. 4 30 tf AQBKTS WAHTKD, WANTED.?Salesman for Roanokeand on the road to sell our Hue Hue of house? hold goods on ironthlv payments. STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., 34 Campbell street. NOTICE OF HKC1INU. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of tho Enterprise Building Investment Company will be held In the oflice of the company, Roanoke, Va., (SATURDAY, MAY' 15, 1897, at 11 o'clock a. m. J. If. COLLINGWOOD, 4-13-td. Secretary anil Treasurer. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders <>f the Virginia Brewing Company will be held in the office of tho company, Roanoke, Va., on SATURDAY', THE 82ND DAY' OF MAY, 1S!)7, tit 12 o'clock noon, for the el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1897

EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. The triril of Sponcrr Jones, the colored nmu who was arresteil Sunday night on suspicion of implication in tiie LauKhorne mill robbery, was set for a bearing yes? terday afiernoon before ''Squire Camper. Quite a large crowd gathered at the court? house curious to hear the evidence, as Spencer has always borne an excellent reputation, and comes from a stock of honorable colored people. The crowd were disappointed, however, as by mu? tual consent, of the 'squire and the com? monwealth's attorney the charge was dis? missed without a trial and the prisoner set free. Major .1. C. Greeu. of Wytboville, was in the city yesterday on business. The much-dreaded San Jose scale in? sect has made its appearance in this lo cality. W. II. RuthrautV, cashier ot the Farmer's National Rank, brought into town yesterday two limits cut from apple trees in his orchard near Salem, on which the insects may be seen with the naked eye. Seen under a glass they resemble oyster shells, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1897

SPECIAL VALUES -AT Bin Ins' Cuts are being made, in all branches of business railroads, factories of all kinds, in fact ail institutions are cutting?so are we. fllake comparisons anrAee what you can save. Re? member quality has a good deal to do with prices. We give you good goods and low prices. Dress Goods. One case Wool Cashmere, includ? ing black. 17c One case All-Wool Novelties, in- tpy eluding shepherd plaids. 22 l?2e One case A11-Wool Serge, all colors. 23c Ten pieces S-*ilk and Wool Nov? elties, worth ?de. :55c Ten pieces All Wool Novelties, 40 Inches wide. 10c Twenty-five pieces l? Inch All Woo! .Serge, 50c iptnlity. !!5c Sis for Waists, 15 pieces Japanese Silks, dark grounds. 23c Twenty nici es Japanese Silks, 50c grade. 35c Five pieces Foulard Silks, blue ami white. I55c Five nieces Fancy Changeable Taffetas, 75c quality . tide Twenty-live pieces Changeable Taffetas, $1 quality. 75c Wast Goods. One case Figured Lawn, fast colors. 4c One ease Figured I)unities. Oc One ease...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1897

R?ANOKE STREET RAILWAY 8CHEDULE IN EFFECT A1MUL 21, 1897. Vryetal Sp'nir.? via B.Ii Park S 6t s? a vi? Wal'i 5? S M 7 30 SCO 6 41) tl i ? in co 10 U) tl *l 190] F M 12 4J 1 2) 2 01 ? 4) , 8?) 4 00 i 4 40 5 2d 6 00 i 6 4) 1 7 J0 not) S40 ?J3) 10 00 10 40 A M U 00 6 4!! 7 2J 8 (Kl 8 40 9 2) 10 0) 10 4'J 11 SO r m 12 00 I 12 4) 1 23 3 00 2 40 3 20 4 OJ 4 40 530 600 0 40 7 20 H(0 8 4'J 9 30 10 00 1(1 4'i 11 20 A M 6 30 7 0.1 7 40 8 20 .)00 ?40 10 Si 11 (0 114.1 P M Ii 30 100 1 IQ 2 20 310 3 40 4 20 ft 00 5 40 6 20 10) 7 40 8 3? ?MO 9 40 10 20 1t O*" 11 4') Va.Col'RO WentKml _I_ 3j A M 720 ?40 0 30 Kl ?U 1* M 13 00 13 40 1 3C 300 9 40 3 30 4 00 440 53C GO0 6 40 7 20| 8 00 8 40 9 20 '0 00 10 40 11 30 A M 7 1 ) 9 HU ? 40 ;i m P M 13 30 1 00 1 40 3 30 3 00 3 40 4 90 5 00 fi 40 6 20 7 Ol) 7 40 8 30 ?00 9 40 10 30 11 CO 11 40 0 o c J?. A M 7 00 T40 8 20 900 9 40 10 90 11 00 11 40 F M 13 20 1 00 1 40 2 SO 3 10 8 40 420 C 00 5 40 690 ?7 00 7 40 6 30 ? 00 9 40 10 2C 91 ?9 o g? cs-o ? a J &am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1897

WACO. Perhaps we never were so well prepared to shoe the little fellows. The kind "just like Papa's." Prices 75c to$l .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 Money Savers. Georgia's Fair Authoress Totlo Why She Uses Dr. Miles' Restorative Romcdles. TUR NAME of Mrs J. E. Harwell, (nco Julia Emma Flemmlng) Is a familiar one In the state of Georgia. She writes; ?'It is with pleasure that I express my gratitude for the wonderful benefits I have received from I)r Miles' Kestorntlvo Remedies, especially the Nervine, tho Nervo and Liver Pills, New Heart Cure aud Auti Patn Pills? Actual experience has taught mo their great worth. No family should ho without them. They have fully restored md from n complica? tion of disorders chief? ly afTectlug the heart, nervous system and kidneys. When I trav? el I always take one of your Antl-Pnln Pills befor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1897

The Warm Season 18 AT OL K DOORS, AND WITH .'TS ADYKNT COMKSTUK UK? M A N U V O H BOMBTIltNO 1.1(; I it ANO COOI. IN "UN 1>KUWBAH." I AM SUOWINO A OHKAT VARIETY] VlWSl 25c UP. Balbriggan, Gauze, Fancy Baibriggan, Li Isle, Derby Ribbed, Silk, Wash Sailor Suits. As tiro warm weatbor approaches it becomes more und more evident that Wash Sailor Suits are to he the most popular aud comfortabla Summer Dress for the smaller hoys. They come in Galatea, Denims, Crash and Linens. Prices range like this: 50c, ?5c. $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2 -ind $2.50. Oiic-l'ricc Clothier, Successor to Jos. Cohn. JcfTerfon street. "R o a MOVT7 Va Carilpbcll Avenue. rtUAiSUiN ti} v A. HBINS?BANGB! ~ Ghas.Luusforfl&Son, The Pioneer Agents, Represent the largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Office: lOO Jcll'crson street. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU. In order to prove the great merit of Ely's Cream Halm, the most effective cur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 May 1897

VOL. XVII, NO. ] * ? "$100-80=$20 M I T'S merely a problom in economy? without the usual risk. The new list price of 1897 brines "a wheel people know and truat" to a proper popular estimate of good bicycle value. ROANOKE CYCLE CO., Agents, I I 8 Salom Avenue. Get the Genuine! ! -Sterilized Mnlt is nu ideal X -Sprint; Tonic, and especially ? -indi iOteil in convalescence,gen- ? -ernl debility, loss of appetite ? and insomnia. It is non-alco- * -holic and aids digestion. It Y -renews the health and makes a -the weak strong, l?c bottle, X -$1.">0 dozen. - Eighteen hundred bottles sold X -lust year. 5 MASSIE'S PHARMACY, 3> Sole Agents for Roanoke. \ 4 *for a Guess. -Guess the distance the bl -cycle runs in two weeks time, ?commencing at 5 o'clock -Thursday, May li, ending -ante hcur on May 20, run -ning 12 hours per day except -Sundays. Quo guess?n onu -person. Seal in envelope -with name anil send to store. ??PRIZE?Option, Ladies' -or (Jent'email'sSilver Watch. -C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 May 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHKUS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AYE. B.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID.*: DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 *?- THREE MONTHS.$1.50 '* SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. l.OO PHONOS. ^ KdUorU1 Rooms MAY. T W T S 2 9 16 23 30 M 3 10 17 24 81 4 11 18 25 5 6 12 13 19 20 26 27 P 14 21 28 . . 143 s 1 8 15 22 20 New developments of iv startling char? acter have taken place in the case of The? odore Durant the alleged murderer of Blanche Latnont aud another young girl in San Francisco, Duraut's lawyers claim that a Russian sailor, mimed Ro? senburg, now serving as a couvict in San Quentin prison, California, has confessed that he murdered Blanche Lnmout at the instigation of a stranger and was paid $700 for his bloody work. The lawyers have therefore asked Governor Uudd to pardon Durant on the ground that they have discovered the man who is guilty of the Emanuel Church horrors. Mrs. Langt try...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 May 1897

HU ; ' Why don't you take Browns' Iron Bitters? Because the doctor has failed to cure you is no proof that you are incurable. Because every other remedy failed to give you relief is no reason why you should suffer. Browns' Iron Bit? ters strikes at the very foundation of sickness. The blood is cleansed of poison? ous substances and you are cured?The nerves are soothed and Neuralgia ceases?The stomach properly performs its functions and Dyspepsia becomes a thing of the past?The kidneys and liver are restored to a normal condition and the suffering you have endured so long is but an unpleasant recollection. You feel yourself getting well when you take Browns' Iron Bitters. t'< the only iron meilleiiie l.nl w 111 tint illv'ol'ir the erth or tiuw ocadaobo. With every bottle of Browns' Iron Hitters you receive free of charge a package of pills invaluable in the work of restoring good health. If in any case Browns' Iron Bitttrs taken as directed, fail to benefit any person suff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 May 1897

As a society event the game of ball yes? terday between ths V. M. 1. and the V. P. I. boys was a success. As a regular old-time htt-them-us-they-come light the event was also a success, and all the thumbs were held in tho same direction. We are always glud to see college games played In Koanoke and our people usually take tho trouble to go to them, but wo cannot say that we care especially about going out to witness a fight, or if we do wo would rather chose some time when the ladies are 'not along. It is curious how soon all gentlemanly instincts seem to leave a lot of "[college men?it is true the world over. Totally oblivious of [all surroundings they rush at each other amid clouds of choice language [and fight as if the world wus backing *heui. So far from using their influence to stop the low yesterday afternoon the general opin? ion of tho public was that they should be disarmed and permitted to tight it out. This would have been decidedly enter tabling and elevating, but hardl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 May 1897

MmM Spedal sales are the order of the day and we are strictly in it. The rush at our store last week was phe? nomenal. Why ? Because we advertised and sold our special bargains lower than they could be bought elsewhere We will con? tinue this week and offer some good things, such as will be appreciated by the economical housekeeper. Talle Linens, lajtins and Towels At 20c. Linen Damask, lmlf blenched, soft, finish, ?l inchse wide, worth 85c. At ;5.~)c, All Linen Damask, CO inches wide, worth 45c. At45c, All Linen Damask, OK inches wide, worth 50c. At 00c, AU Linen Damask. 72 inches wide, worth 75c. At GOc, All Linen Damask, 72 inches wide, worth 85c. AllLlncti Fringed Doylies, at. 10c dozen; cheap at 00c. All Linen Fringed Doylies, at 75e dozen; cheap at 90o. 5 H All Linen Napkins, at 75c; cheap at $1. 8 -1 All Linen Napkins, at $1.25; cheap tit *1.75. All Linen Hack Towels, 18x38, at 10c each. All Linen Duck Towels, 22x40, 12 l-2c each. All Linen Huck Towels, 22x40, 15c each. All L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 May 1897

'Jb a disease which if allowed to fasten its hold upon the victim will surely land him in a premature grave. It is caused by inactive kidneys. They fail to filter from the blood the impurities and poisons which it takes up from the food, and which should be eliminated by way of the urine. This inactivity can be CURED Memphis, Team. Oct. 25. '?G. I have for years been atllicted with ca? tarrh ot the bladder, diabetes, and urine on standing for a while would absolute)' become jellilieil from an extraordinary amount of albumen. I could obtain uo relief whatever from my troubles, anil . had about given up in despair, when I read of Dr. Hobbs Soaragus Kidney Pills as a cure for kidney and bladder diseases. I decided to try them and was astonished to find, after taking a few boxes of these pills, that my sufferings were alleviated ?pains all goue, diabetes cured and in fact that I was again as well and hearty as ever. No one can speak more highly of Dr. Hobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills than I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 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 ladies. It's our great study to stylishly shoe ladies. and quite well have we learned the lesson. Spot Cash Money Savers. When it was said to the woman: "In sorrow shalt thou bring forth ohil dren," that a perpetual curse was Eronounced, but the thrill of joy felt y every Mother when she clasps to her heart her babe proves tbo con? trary. True, dangers lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother and should be avoided. "Mother's Friend" 80 prepares the system for the change taking place that the final hour is robbed of all danger and pain. Its use insures safety to the life of both Mother and child, and makes child? birth easy and recovery more rapid. Bant by Mall, on receipt of price, ?1J0O PER BOTTLE. Hook, "To Exnootnnt MoUioni," inntled froe, con? taining Taluable information and voluntary t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 May 1897

?Of yotir looking liko a backwoods? man, when you cau got clothes to ?lit you like im inc. Fit Right! Price Right! Trimmed Right! Everything Right! Your Money Hack If You Are Not Satisfied. Great Variety to Select From on Sale To? morrow. See Our Windows for Startling Values! The popular Suits this week will be if 10; tut I bavu them from $5 to $'25. You know what, this means?GOODS CHEAP, NOT CHEAP GOODS. I sell to sell again. EE a ^y^l La iE j Oite-l'rice Clothier, Successor to Jos. Cohn. jeaeMon Ftrect. "RnAxrryv-T* Va Campbell Avenue. KOANOhB, VA. FIRE INSURANCE! ~ ?as.LMsM&Son, The Pioneer Agents. Represent the largest foreign and American com panier. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Office: 1?? Jettcrson street. IT WHiL 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 will mail for 10 c...

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