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It is Going to,
from Now 0/
fay aside tliose old
shoes and call in
and get a new pair
that will keep your
We can furnish you
GOOD SHOES for
Wholesale Cost and
WE ARE THE PEOPLE.
Sample Shoes a Specialty.
\"<mrs to Serve,
oke Shoe Co
No. 13 S. Jefferson St.
F. J. HURT, Manager.
Market Square Furniture Co
DBA LE ItS IN
Have Jnpt Received a New Stock of
Goods Consisting of
latest Styles of Furniture, Car?
pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur?
Lamps, Cutlery, &c.
We Gel! at Lowest Prices.
Bo no*, deceived, but call while ou MARKET
ana examine our stocK.
Market Square Furniture Co.,
Uarttfoofc Building. Market Sqnare.
HOW 10 SAVE MONEY!
I1UY YOUll GROCERIES OF
JOHNSON GROCERY COMPANY
Fine Family Groceries,
Confections, Notions and Shoos.
Also a Complete Line of Tobacco and Cigars.
t3/f Give us a trial and be convinced that we
?can eavc you money.
No. 402 Third Ave., Cor, Fourth St. I.E.
ii i tt
A Suggestion for Xmas:
212 8. Jefferson Street.
Prompt Delivery and Good Work
Send to the Old Reliable.
ROANOKE STEAW LAUNDRY,
OEO W. AMMEN & CO., 1'roprs.
PHONE 110. 120 EIKE AVK., 8 IV
IT MAKES THE MAN.
Are the Best Tailored, the Nobbie?t in
the city. Blue, Black aud Oxford
Gray, $10, $12, $15 and $20.
Our $7 and $10 Suits
Arc Handsome, Styles Correct, Make?
up Faultless, l'rices Below Competition
(iloves, and ail tnnt coes to dress
the gentlemen at unusually close figures
In great variety,Overcoats and Reefers.
Mothers, bring the boys and fit them
MEALS & BURKE
102 Salem Ave. 205 Henry St.
Ramon's Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets
are a Perfect Treatment for Constipation
and biliousness. 6?*One pill a dose.
BiMe Steal Dys Worts,
J. A. DEVON, Proprietor,
Is the ouly reliable Dyeing and
Scouring establishment in the South
weBt. All others advertised as steam
dye works are fakes. Beware. Be
sure to send for us. Ladies' and gent's
goods dyed and cleaned to perfection.
Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Black to
look new. Don't forget our number,
110 CAMPBELL ST.,
Phone 229. Roanoko, Va.
We Want Ion to
Know that we carry the
best line of STOVES in
Look at Them
Aud bo convinced. Our
prices are right, too.
ENGLEBY & BROTHER CO.,
No. I Salem Avenue.
Ramon's Liver Pill removes the bile.
The Tonic Pellet tones up the system.
Combined form a Perfect Treatment 25c.
Those bovine brick and stone work
or vitrified brick pavements to belaid
would do well to call on or address
CT. HT. Jf '?^a^jLrfJL^S??
! Tin Practical Contractor ami Builder.
Also all kinds of carpenter-werk,
plastering, painting, kalsomiuinu, and
paper hanging done on short notice
All work guaranteed.
J. T. FALLS.
No. 5 Campbell Ave. S. W.,
Roanoke Shoe Manufacturing Co.
-30 SAUSM AVENUE
prVAl! Kinds ot Hoots and Slioes Made and
Hcpalred. All Orders Punctually Attended to.
1). IIOKGAX Minniger.
Factory Over Can-'* Buttling Works.
C. B. MEADOR'S,
Sonth side Market Square, Invites
your attention to bis full aud
complete line o(
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW PRICES KOK CASH.
Ramon's Relief cures Sick-Headache,
Neuralgia, Cramps, Cholera Morbus,
Diarrho-a, &c. 25c. for large bottle.
Send Us a Quarter
Two Dimes aud a Half
IT yon lire out or Hie
rlty add 1(1 cents
Bhlllllig and u Six-pence
Twelve Two Coat Stumps
Two Twelve font Stumps, or
And we'll send you something useful for your desk or your
vest pocket. It will 1)0 hundy for your wife?It Is for ours. If
you are not pleased we'll return Hie quarter und you etui also
keep Hie article.
The Stone Priming and Manufacturing Company,
Opposite Hotel Roanoke
cow* l. sionc president
0. M. Link, of Simpaone, ia visiting
relatlvoain the city.
J. W. Pepper, of Christiansburg, ia in
tho city on business.
T. EL. Wickham, of Pocahontaa, spent
yeatorday In the city.
Col. Aaa Rogers returned to his home
in Petersburg yesterday.
Mra. M. P Nelson, of Norfolk, is reg?
istered at the Ponce de Leon.
R. Uritllth, ex-postmaster of Win?
chester, is in the city on business.
Dr. Chas. Q. Cannaday has returned
from a professional visit to Bonbrook.
D. W. Klick wir, of Shenandoah, spent
yesterday in tho ciiy and left last night
for his homo.
Mra. D. II. Scoville and R. O. Han?
son, Jr., are visiting the Atlanta Expo?
sition this week.
Mrs. Fannie Brawner, of Warrenton,
is visiting her brother, M. F. Bragg, on
Tenth avenue s. w.
Creed Davis, traveling agent for tho
Richmond Dispatch, is in the city in the
interest of his paper.
Prof. Chas. IL Cocke, of Hollins, ar?
rived in the oity yesterday en route
home from Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rowan, of Craig
county, are visiting Mrs. Elliotto C.
H?ge, on Campbell street.
Walter H. Saundera went to Eving
ton, Campbell county, yeatorday to viti:
his old borne for a few daya.
Dr. A. H Cannaday, of Floyd county,
fatbor of Drs. C. G. and A. A. Cannaday,
of this city, was here yesterday.
Edgar Foy, of Columbus, Ohio, grand
secretary of the Brotherhood of Ljco?
motive Engineers, is in the city.
Mrs. J. J. McLane, of Third avenue
n. w., wife of Capt. McLane, has beon
quito ill, but was much improved yes?
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kromer and their
sister, Mrs. Ceo. Hill, who havo been
visiting friends in the city, left yester?
day for their home In West Philadel?
Tub trustee of B. Levy <fc Alexander
is disposing of their entire stock of
goods, consisting of ready-made cloth?
ing, boots, shoes, gents' furnishing
goids, underwear, &c, at No. 23 Salotn
avenue, and in Salem, Va , at and bo
low cost. See advertisement in thia
A GIFT UAKNIVAL.
A Fleming Entertainment nt tlio Academy
At the Academy of Music last night a
moat creditable performance was given
to a vi>ry appreciative audience by Hlll
yer's Wonders. This is without doubt
one of the best performances of the kind
over si von to a Roanoko audience.
Tho performance opened with the in?
troduction of MUb Belmonte in her mar?
velous second-sight feats. She deicribed
with wonderful accuracy bank notes,
watches, rings and other articles handed
by the spectators to her assistants. As
a lightning calculator Mits Bslmonto
exco's. While blindfolded she (rave a
gentleman's age to the second and
worked out several examples on the
blackboard which were puzzling in the
Her mind rosdlng feats were accom
plished with a committee of well-known
gentlemen and were marvelous, indeed.
Sho traced out, with absoluto accuracy,
an imaginary murder trial, indicating
the exact spot where a supposed as
sasain had pointed a large dagger on
the one whcra he was supposed to have
desired to kill.
Whilo.bound,>ealed. sewrd and nai'ed
in a spirit cabinet Idles Hillyer did
some seemingly impossible thlrga.
Bolls were thrown from too cabinet by
tho spirits aud tambourines played. A
gentleman's coat was removed and
within a second's time was on Miss
Hillyer, creating at tho eame time much
Tho presents were all bandscmo and
useful, tho capital pri/.i being a fifty
six piece tea set which was won by T.
iL Flagg. No part of the house was
slighted, as some of the must valuable
prizes were distributed in the gallery.
To-night the performance will be con?
tinued with prices at 15 and 35 cents
The capital prize will consist of a gent's
or lady's solid gold watch No one will
he slighted to-night as, everyone hold?
ing a ticket will receive a preecnt
Beginning on Monday, Novembor
25, 1S05, the Vinton car will leave the
Torry building at 0:00 a. m. and 0 30 a.
m ; returning leave Vinton 0:15 a. m.
and 0.45 a. m , after which the regular
sohedulo will be observed.
8. W Jamison,
Pres. and Qan'l Mgc.
Cliolco Flowers at And ion.
Wit will offer at public auction Satur?
day morning, 0 a m, on Market Square,
a choice lot of chrysanthemums in full
bloom. AL choice varieties, grown by
John Halliday, of Lynchburg, Va.
Ladies especially invited to attend
this ealo. U. M. Rkki.in,
As WR were passing down Campbell
street yesterday cur attention was
dr.iwn to tho Una colors in tho window
of No. 110. We went In and found Mr.
Devon quietly dyeing all kinds of colors
in cloth, ribbon, etc. It was marvelous
to Hen (Id goods being made to look as
pood as now. If you want anything in
thin linn just Fond to Mr Devon and ho
wl\l guarantee everything all right.
Nothing but good work. Respectfully,
I J. A. Dkvon, 110 Campbell avo. s. w.
aro the tiro twins- Thorn's no getting
along without thorn, and It'd just as im
poHSlblo to deny that our coal yard la
the beat supplied one Koanoke. You
save on the quality when you order of
us, and our customers always know that
they are . Retting full weight. A ton
with us means a ton, not one or two
hundred weight abort.
H. C. STARKEY & CO.
THE FOURTH ANNUAL
?WILL BK HELD?
December 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7,
Evans' Bros'. Old Hardware Building,
Ladies and children are specially invited to
this most Interesting exhibition,which will he
oil- ii da; and night.
Ad-nlssion 15 couts. Children 10 cents.
Those who wish to enter rowls for show should
apply for premium lists to C. W. Thomas, presi?
dent, Ronuokc. Va: or F. A. Lovelock, secretary,
Sslem. Entries close November 30.
Five dollars Is offered to the exhibitor showing
the largest namber of birds scoring over 90
Five dollars is offsrea to the exhibitor of the
beet collection of pigeons.
Goal and Wood.
ALL GRADES OF COAL. FULL WEIGHT,
prompt delivery. Also, Wood by the load
or cord. 'FHONK 869.
>ards, Norwich Lock Werks.
11911m T. D. LOONFY.
THE UNIVERSITY HEN F FIT.
Preparations for the Entertainment at the
Academy of Mualo To-morrow Night.
The sympathy of the entire nation
baa been aroused hy the recent fire at
the University of Virginia. Wbllo this
less is a national one, yet It Is im?
possible for the people of other States
to feel it so keenly as wo do ourselves.
It seems peculiarly appropriate that
the Society of tbe Daughters of the
American Revolution should take tbo
lead In awakening cur people bore at
Roanoko to a Eense of tbeir duty a?
citizens, and giving tbcm an oppor?
tunity to give assistance to bo worthy
The entertainment will be of an ex?
ceedingly instructive character. Prof.
VVm. Pleasants, of liolllns Institute,
will give a historical leo'.ure, and this
will be followed by a play illustrating
Virginia lifo buforo tbo war, enti?
tled "A Rose of Albormr.rle." Some of
the boat talent of Richmond and Nor?
folk has been sreured to assist.
The etagoand gallcrit'B will bo hand?
somely draped with bunting and an
effort is on foot to have the national
Mags of those countries which are ao
prominently bofore the world to-day.
This will form an especially Instructive
feature for the children, as well us tbe
Everyone who attends will not only
have thojsatlsfaciion of having done his
part as a loyal and patriotic citizen,
but will also be well rep-id for the
Admission fit) cents. No ex'.ra chprge
for reserved seats. Tickets on aale at
Johnson & Johnson's drug store.
Tbe sale of tickets bo far Is encourag?
ing, Professor Cooko. of Holling, having
purchased ceventy-flvo for the use of
the HolllnB s.udentB, and the indica?
tions are that a very largo audior.ee will
Mus, W. B. Mkkk, who rraides at
Camptonville, Cat, bbvb her daughter
was for several years troubled at times
with severo crampa in the Btomacb, and
would be in such agony that it was
necessary to call in a physician. Hav?
ing read about Cbamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy s- o con?
cluded to try it. Son found that it
always gave prompt relief. It was ael
dom neoeaaary to uive the second dosn.
"It has not only saved us lots of worry
and time," sho says, "but also doctor
bills. It is my opinion that every
family should have a bottle of this
remedy in tbo bonso." For Bale by Tho
Chas- Lylo Drug Company.
Tiik Pocket Kodak la not a plaything,
but a complete little camera. One but?
ton does It; you press it. Roanoko Cycle
Company,agents, 108 Salem avenue a w.
HAVE you tried the Rad ford Steam
Laundry, 216 Salom avnnue?
An ?Vagant linn of carpets, ruga anl
art squares can bo found at tho E. H.
Stewart Furniture Company.
WE HAVE JU8T OPENED GREAT HEAPS
JUST THE THING TO MAKE m
Baby a Cloak
9 ? Bath Robe
9 * 9 Dressing Sacque
Lovely quality, all-wool, in Grey, Tan, Cardinal, Cream, (e?
i'ink, Navy Blue aud Light Hluo. (??.
FINE LAMB'S WOOL!!
Grey Cardinal Cream, | , pLy ,,,, ^ ANT
Fmk and Light lUuc. \
Remnants of Everything Go at a Sacrifice.
WE HESPEOTFULLV INVITE THOSE WHO DESIRE HOUSE FURNISHING UOOUS
to take ?? look over our ?lock. Perhaps we have aomethlng that yon wish. U It Car?
pets or Huge ? Perhaps It is UlaiiaetB or Comlorts. Is It a Parlor Ued or Dining Koom Suited
We have all Btyles ot ?toves. Do you ncetl any T l'erhaps It I? a Dinner or Tea Set you need.
We have the prettiei>t yon ever saw. Our Toilet Sets are hoantleB. Is it a flue Album, a
Picture, an Bafel, Silverware, Lace or Chnnllu (Jurtatns you need ? In fact. It youdenlre any?
thing that adds comfort to tho home we can turnleh It us high In grade, us low in price, und
on ub easy tens as any honsc In the city. Come and sec for yourselves.
Yours to i>lca*e.
CINCINNATI INSTALLMENT CO.,
331 and 90S, corner Commerce Street and Sslem Avenue.
Pr>OH S&LB?HOTEL IN BALTIMORE AT
great bargain, on best thoroughfare i" city.
Paying h?r und pooi room (lire table?); ho'rl and
Itqaor license; moderate rent. Lease, license,
tlx mi res and good will for #:i,500 ca?h. Owner
has other bustne-s Address HOTEL BOSWBLL,
corner Gay tnd Front streets, Unltlmore. Md.
FOIt SALB.?MATTRKSSBS, SHUCK AND
cotton,, fit.SS. Straw nnd cotton, $1.^5. Up?
holstering. Factory. 3lti Salem aTenne. 102'.? tt
HELP WANTED?FEM a LE.
WE MUST UA.VB HltLP.?WE PAY MEN
and women flu to $18 per week tor easy
homework. No hooks or peddling. Steady em?
ployment guaiantced. Send stamp for work and
portlcnlars at once. HERMANN .V SEYMOUR,
318 South Sixth otreet, Phtladslphla, Pa.
WANTICD-CASH PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc. Address SO Saleni avenuo or
P. O. Uox 5!?3, Roanoke, Va. 10 12 lm
WANTED?SALESMEN TO SELIj TIOBR
brands lubricating oils and gieases; liberal
commission* paid; rerereiices I HE HOWARD
OIL AND OREASECOMPANY, Cleveland, Ohio.
11 81 S;
WA N T E D.?MAN TO SUPERINTEND |
branch ofllce tor Western .Manufacturing
Company. Salary $l,200yearly. References and j
fMsu capital required. Address UOX Sil, Atlanta,
VITANTED?TWO OK THREE SALESMEN
Tv for good territory, to handle our line of
household goods. Good opportunity for en?
ergetic canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 800 Commerce street, Roanoke, Va.
Second-nand bicycleB at all prices at
Roancke Cycle Company, 108 Salem ave?
nue s- w.
For Reasoned oak or pine wood by the
cord, or cut and split (or the stove, call
on YV. K Andrews & Co., 510 Salem
avenue. Their belled teams will de?
Foit the best work?the Swiss Steam
i Laundry,333 Salem avenue west. 'Phono
W. K. Andkkws & Co., 210 Salem
avenue, are strictly coal and wood
1 dealers. They keep everything you
I nred in that line, and will deliver it
promptly. Look out for the belled
BUY Rrush Mountain coal from W. K.
Andrews <& Co., 210 Salem avonue. They
will sell it choapr r than it has ever been
sold in the city. Look out for tho boiled
Oo to Donaldson's for refrigerators at
The Rtdford Steam Laundry, 210 Sa?
lem avonuo, are now prepared to turn
out work in tho beat style. Try then.
ACADEMY OF MUS.cf
FOR TWO NIGHTS. Jjj
HILLYER'S WONDERS ?!
SOMETHING NEW FOR R0?N?KE
JIhikUoiiio 1'renents Given Away
Each Night :
One Set of Furniture,
Barrel of Flour,
Everybody Keceivea a Number.
Popular Prices Will Prevail.
A Good Show for Little Money.
ONE NIGHT ONLY, *
Friday, Nov. 2$
TnE LOCAL EVENT OF THE SE, vW'en~
PROF. WM. H. PLEASANTS,
To l>o followed by a play written by a,
Prominent .Anicinj; I ho Player? .lii?JDOy
Miss Mary Whaley, of Nor/fc^
Mr. Frank Walker, of Richr^umU
An,l Our Wfll
Billy Eberhardt and Harry Ij
nitz, of Roanoke.
Prices 50c for the entire house