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0. N. Hoover has just roturnod from &
business trip through/ Southwest Vir?
A letter to a Salem/friend states that
Evangelist Hypes is having a fine meet?
ing in Qiles county./
Eastbound trala No. 4, which has
been scheduled to/arrive at 11:18 a. m,
will be obanged to 11:50 on next Mon?
Jackson, Beau <& Co. havo greatly im?
proved the nightly appearance of their
storeroom by/the introduction of elec?
tric lights. /
January/court is the last court at
wbloh erponeous assessments may be
corrected/according to section 444, code
Daniel Preston had his force engaged
yesterday In moving tho large Iron safe
recently purchased by the town into the
The delinquent tax list was published
Jweek in the Times Register. Look
! it, you may be interested or there
t be a mistake,
lie Bonsack Machine Company has
sent its agent, R. H. Wright, on
thor trip around the world. R. H.
' Carper, machinist, has gone with him.
Capt. W. W. Brand and wife, o(
Catawba, passed through town yea." -
day on their way homo from a visit
among friends and relatives in Bristol,
The ladles of the W. 0. T. U. will
meet at the Presbyterian Chapel on
Monday, the 18>b, at 3:80 p. m. Ladies
are requested to bring their Bibles and
Rev. C. A. Miller returned Friday
from Shonandoah City, whe.ro ho has
been assisting tho Y. M. C A. of thit
place in a series of meetings during tho
week of prayer.
Evangelist C. B. Sirouao Is now hold?
ing a meeting at Clifton Forge, assisted
by Mr. Burnett, the sweet slngor of
Roanoke. A letter from his wife who is
with him, speaks of tho work of grace
there as promising glorious results
Cards are out for the marriage of Rob?
ert Hurt to Miss Susie Zirkle on Thurs?
day, November 21, at 3:30 p. m., In the
Broad Street Baptist Church. At the
same place and time will also occur the
marriage of J. Waiter Board to Miss
The Domosthenean Literary Society
of Roanoke College h\s recently had
electric lights placed in Its hall, which
adds very materially to tho attractive?
ness of this handsome hall. Eloctriolan
William Wolfenden did tho work and
he did a good j )b, too.
There has juHt been iepucd from tbo
Sentinel cfHce a very neat piece of
work, gotten uo In pamphlet form, on
titled "Tho Intelitciual Lifo of the
Medical Man " I; in a., addrefs to the
"public and profession," recently do
l1vared before thH Medical Society of
Virginia, at Wytheville, by Lewis (i.
Pedigo. A M., M. D? and is well worth
the perusal of any one. They a'ao havo
tho contract to print the omnium list
for tho Roanoke Valley Pjultry Atao
olatlon's show, which will be held In
Roanoko, Va , December 3, 4, r>, 0 and 7.
Dr. L. A. Fox, ot Roanoko College,
will fill tho pulpit ot tho Baptist Cburoh
in tho morning, tho pastor being away
attondlng tho meeting ot tho general
asscclation now in session at Richmond.
In tho evoning tho Tyreo Missionary
Society will hold its rogular monthly
At the Episcopal Church, Rev. E W.
Ilubbard will preach in tho morning, as
usual. No Bervlcea at night, aa past<r
will preach to tho young ladles at Hol
linu Institute at that time.
Sorvlces at the Methodist and Luth?
eran Churches by their pastors as usual.
There will bo no preaching at the
Bnosien's Arnica .Sal vo,
Thk Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruisea, Sores, UlcerB, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and ' all Skin Erup?
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Furnished by Jno. T. Brown, the
Campbell avonuo marblo dealer, one of
tho largest shaft monuments ho had on
his yard; height about thirteen feet.
This monument was placed over tho re?
mains of EL C. Garrison. In Falrvlow
C^m?>tery, by his widow. It ranks with
the bfss work in the cemetery, and will
bear inspection. Me. Brown always
furnishes prices so low that customers
favor him with their orders, so call on
him bofore placing your order.
Tdk Roanoko Cycle Company havo
sotno lino bargains in second-hand bicy?
cles, and aro closing tbcm out at rock
bottom pricos, 825 and $30. Don't miss
this ohanco to get a bargain. 108 Salem
avenue s. w.
Mits. W. B. Meek, who resides at
Camptonville, Cal., says her daughter
was for several years troubled at times
with severe cramps In the stomach, and
would be in such agony that it was
necessary to call in a physician. Hav?
ing read about Chamberlain's Colio,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy she con?
cluded to try it. Sbo found that it
always gave prompt relief. It was sel?
dom necessary to give tho second dose.
"It has not only saved ub lots of worry
and time," she says, "but also doctor
bills. It Is my opinion tbal evory
familv should have a bottle of this
remedy in tho house." Forsale by The
ChaB. Lyle Drug Company.
Messrs. C. F. Moohe ?fe Co., Nowberg,
Ore., says: "Wo eoll moro of Chamber?
lain's Cough Remedy than all others put
together, and it always gives satisfac?
tion." Mr. J. F. Allen. Fox, Ore., says
"I bolieve Chamberlain's Couirh Remedy
to be the best I have handled." Mr.
W. H Ullcbcock. Columbus, Wash.,
says: "Chamberlains Cough Remedy
sells well and is highly praised by all
who uso It." For sale by The Chas.
Lyle Drug Company.
Go to Donaldson's for refrigerators at
We don't take notes or put our papor
in bank?see ? Richmond Music Co.
Mr. A. IL Crnnsbr, of No.
ICS Korr 6t?, Memphis, Tonn.,
w rites time Uli? wii'o hnd enn
Coi* vt'iilcli bad oaton two
lnrpo holes in her brenst.nnd
which tUo best physicians
of tho surrounding country
trented, und pronounced In?
curable. Her grandmother
nud aunt bad died, of
and when told this, tho moot
eminent specialists Ol New
York, under whoso treat?
ment sho was plnced, de?
clared hordisowns hopeless.
AH treatment having lolled,
Bho wns given up to dio
8. S. 8. was recommended,
and astonishing n3 it mny
seem, a few bottles Cured
her sound and well.
Our treatlso on this dis?
ease will be sent free to
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
|NCE MORB in hnrmony
r with tho world, 2000
completely cured meu are
singing happy prnlsea for
the greatest, grand?
est nnd most suc?
cessful euro for sex?
ual weakness uuil
lost vigor known to
medlcnl science. An
der/tit discovery, In
book form, with ref?
erences nud proofs,
will bo sent to suf?
fering men (scnlcdl free. Full niiinly vigor
permanently restored. Falluro impossible.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.,BUFFALO,N.Y.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cirod by Hail's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHEYNEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, tho undorslgned have known F.
J. Choyney for the last Qf toon years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations mado
by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, 0. Walding, Kinnan Jk
Marvin, Wholesale DrugglBts, To?
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Inter?
nally, ccting directly upon tho blood
and raucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Prico 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Brush Mountain Coal?Consumers
should get our prices before buying olso
whero. RisiBALL Coal Company, 17
Campbell avenue. Tolephono 126.
Send your soiled linen to tho Rad
ford Steam Laundry. First class work.
fibst-cla8s shaving parlor and bath?
room under Ponce do Leon Hotel.
C. W. Williams, Proprietor.
An o.dgant lino of carpets, rugs sni
art squares can ba found at tho E. H.
Stewart Furniture Comnany
Call and soo the beautiful dinner sets
just received bv the E. H. Stewart Fur?
Reward! SKOO.OD Reward
to any person who can provo we don't
rotund monoy whero no cure Is efteotod
after giving a fair trial ecaording to
MAYERS* MAGNETIC. UATAIUUI CUIIK.
The only safo and reliable medicine
for Catarrh, iiay Fever and Asthma,
used by Vapor Inhalation. One. bottlo
to last for a throe months' treatment.
This grand remedy will positively
cure all forms of those terrible diseases,
Juno Cold and Hay Fevor.
junk cold and hay fever cured.
To Tho Mayers Drug Co.:
I feel it my duty to say something In
regard to the merits of your Magnetic
Catarrh Cure. I have been a sufferer
from roso or June cold for the last fif?
teen years. It comes on about the
middle of June and lasts about six weeks
or two months. I commenced using
Mayers' Catarrh Cure about tho middle
of April as a preventive, and it certainly
did the work. I passed through the
summer without tho slightest return of
tho disease. I am station baggage mas?
ter at Oakland, Md.
D. M. Mason.
For sale at MaBsie's Pharmacy.
Now is TttE tlmo to secure bargains
In wall pacer at tho E. 11. Stewart Fur?
If you want tho cheapt-Bt cuai in the
city buy Andrews' semi-bituminous
"Red Ash." You may know his teamB
by the bolls.
to HIB RANKERS and
WHOLESALERS of hoa
nokb: ASSIST in DISTRIB?
UTING as MAN YCOriKS of
the INDUSTRIAL ed it i ON
OF THE TIMES as possi?
BLE. YOU SHOULD SEND a
COPY to bacu of YOUR
PRIOR REMAINS THE
SAME, THREE CENTS, IN?
Go to Donaldson's for oak salts, very
Girls who use Pond's Extract as an
auxiliary of soap and water at their
toilet alway* have that fresh, clear
cuEODlexion, botokening health and good
The Roanoko Times 4. 4. 4. PAPER
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Karcotic stihstnncc. It is a harmless .substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing- Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' uso by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd8
cures Diarrluea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and llatulcncy.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas?
toria is tho Children's Panacea?tho Mother's Friend.
'Castoria is mi excellent medicine for cliil- j " Castoria is sowcll adapted tochlldrcn that
? rcu. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its I recommend it as superior to any prescription
good effect upon their children." I known tome."
On. O. C. Osr.oon. | ?? A" ARCnn?, M. !>., ,
_ Lowell. Mass. I ?? r,?- Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
'?Castoria is the best remedy for children of "our physicians in t'<:e children's depart
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not I mcnt have spokcrj highly of tin ir expert
far distant when mothers will consider the cnce |n i;K.;, outside practice with Castoria,'
real interest of their children, and uscCaatoria I nnd although we only luive among our
instead of the various quack nostrums which j mcatcal supplies what is known as regular
are destroying their loved ones, by forcing products, yet we are free to confess Hint the
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other ] merits of Castoria has won us to lot;;: with
hurtful OgClltS down lluir throats, thereby
sending them to premature graves."
Da. J. V. KlNCIIRLOE,
favor upon it."
UmtivD Hospital \z;i> Dispensary,
ALLUN C. Smith, Pres
Tha Centaur Company, 77 Murray Sireot, f i^yy York City
- /.:;u -
Lig'itnn Housekeeping Can
Why not dispose of that old On^
Stove, and save fuel by using :iii:; ?'ff, re
and durable Range. Prices arc now very
low and you can buy to advantage.
Orit on or aiiitrK3
BROS., Roanoke. Va
But the best test of good storekeeping is growth. You needn't more than step inside
this store to know that business is booming, Masses of goods, timely, season?
able, and throngs of buyers are in sight everywhere. They don't
keep coming and buying just for fun.
AKS. CAPES AND
We're glad to tell you about them, but there's nothing like seeing, for seeing is believing.
ve ihun in all the latest styles
2.50, f>i5, $iS, ?20, and better.
Clonks C?p6S und Wr?ps j^e^ave
Fine quality all wool Serge or Flannel, 36 inches wide, 25c, wo?tn 39c.
Good quality Vicuna Cloth, the new goods, 40 inches wide, 30c, worth 50c.
Good quality Boucle, 36 inches wide, 39 cents, worth 50c.
MfllinPrV - Pr^4e ?^ our^ Such a stock of Trimmed and Untrlmmed Hats you have never before seen in
llillllllul Ji } establishment, j Roanobe, and at prices that make it a pleasure to buy. Listen to this: A fine
Felt-trimmei Hat, $1.25, $ r.50 and $i.7j ; a finely Trimmed Velvet Hat, $2, ?2,50, $3.50, $4, $5, and as highes $15.
Al?0W Thindd 111 HAmOQ?PQ t-:iat 3ou ^? we^ to remember:?Fine 4-4 Unbleached Muslin, 5c
1?I! iUllJg? 1U iiUili?D UUD a yaTd. Good quality Canton Flannel, unbleached, 5c a yard. Gr od qual?
ity Indigo, mourning, and colored prints, 5c a yard. Good quality Apron Checks and Dress Ginghams, 5c a yard.
Don't forget to call this week and see the immense values we are offering in
Sem IIB a