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IS A DOLLAR MADE.
A SPECIAL BONAFIDE SALE OF
SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
We Mean What We Say
IP"I,,W""" ? "' 'When We Bny that you can SA.VE MONKY by
attending this Special sale of Suits nnd Overcoat*.
WE have JUST RECEIVED G?F^ OHO
worth of these goods, and we 'PwivWU
paid SPOT CASH for thorn. We csn aQbrd
to sell them from 25 to 50 per cont. cheaper
thau if we bought them on time. This is no
closing out, but a Bonalide Sale of SUITS and
OVEUCOATS, where you cnn save money, and
we ore here to back up what we say, as wo are
goiug to leuve town.
Now is the Time
For you to cet your SUIT and OVERCOAT
while our stock in complete und we cnn suit you
iu Style, Color and Quality. These goods are
nil mado by the best manufacturer iu the East,
and we Cuaruotee Them to you.
Or?r Don't fail to call and examine this stock nt
NO. 16 SALEM AVENUE.
New York Clothing House,
M. FOR MAN, Proprietor.
STENOO?APHER AND TYPE?
L3T"A11 work guaranteed to bo satis?
BELLE G. FOLK BS,
Office Ponce do Leon Hotel.
W O. II AKD? WAT. ARCHRU L. FAYNBi
J^ARDAWAY & PAYNE,
Rooms Nos 4 and 0 Kirk Building,
SGp.iffin, Wm. A. Glasgow. Jr.,
? Bedford City, Va. Roanoke, Va.
GRITFIN & GLASGOW,
Attorneys-at-law, rooms 611. 61.2 and
<114 Terry building, Roanoke, Va. Prac?
tice in courts of Roanoke olty and
county and adjoining counties.
i. allen watts. wm. gordon robertson
edwahd w. robertson.
"y^^atts, robertson & robertson,
Room 001-2-4-, Terry Building.
-A Attorney-al-law and Commissioner
Lock box 110, Roanoke. Room 10,
Second Floor, Kirk Law Building.
william lun9ford A. blair antrim.
LUNSPORD &. ANTRIM,
Office?Masonic Temple, corner Jef
?rson ami CaroDboll utrnets.
i'"^ ^) it1'/*-. Dr.J.W.Bomones
133 Salem Ave.
-=*i^rHSs==r Loan & Trust Oo
DR. HENRY HUBERT HAAS,
PROFESSOR OP MUSIC:
PIANO, VOCAL, THEORY; and HARMONY,
Gives prlvnte lescons at the pnpils' residences
or at m9 Lack street. Terms moderate. Address:
U. S. Departments at Washington
All Other Makes - - 370
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., New York
Remingtons in use jj/
All Others - - - - 3
Wnnlrt they bey so many if not convinced they
woro the Host'/ Ami tboy uso enutifch to make
it worth while, to bo euro thoy aro right.
Tbey Prove Undoubted Superiority.
Send for particulars about
THE NEW MODEL No. SIX
John B. Gulpeper, Sales Agent,
706 East Main Street Richmond Va,
Chlfhenter-? English Diamond Brand
_/rL->. Original nnd Only Genuine.
?/V"fc>*A\ Bare, always reUsbla. laoicp ???
I 4\ ITJ'.Vu Iir'jsrclst f?r CkicMetter't JEMsll? 4m
*<ii^<kV?\"..t?; ;tr.i,i.l in Red Bii.l OM metallic
^\_^C^Whri.s. .falcJ with hlno rlhl-in. Tnko
The Roanoke Times -f ?*> + NEWS
Stop Throwing Money
Away by Paying
You Can Own a
Home for Very
Uesul our list and then conic and see
UB, for we can save you mouey
by selling you some of the
most Desirable Property
in Town on easy terms.
_7-rooin dwelling and st?hle on
"lot, Seventh avenue e. W, $1,000;
cash $200; halance on easy terms.
Un O, _fl-room dwelling, corner lot, 50x
S?U. / 130, Slxtn street s. w., #1,150;
cash $.200; monthly payments, $16.
Mr* Q 8-room dwelling, southwest,
"U. 0. hard wood Qnleh, modern im?
provements, $2,500; cash $500; monthly payments,
11?. / _10-room dwelling, with Stahle
Fill. and onrriiigc linnse, large lot.
Price $-1,200; cash .*5U0; halance $150 a year.
&>n C _10-room dwelling on South Jet
D. terson, handsomely finished,
with all moucrn conveniences. $2,850; cash $860;
monthly payments, $20. This 1? a great bargain.
tyn P _5 room dwelling on Holiday
llU. D. street B. e., Int ire- lot, 50 tect
railroad frant, $850; $150 cash and $15 per month.
Mn "T _It-room dwelling, with hath, on
Uli, f. Dalo avenue s. e? $1,800; 200
onsb; $l? per month.
Mn Q _6-room dwelling, Tazewell ave
iiu. 0. nuei e.; lot 40x180; $l,tjO0; >jo
cash and fiu per month.
"room dwelling. Tazewoll avenue
s. e ; $1,050; cash $50; monthly $10.
Un I n _7-room dwelling, Bdgewood
!?U- I U street s. e.;
monthly puymcnts $10.
0-room dwelling. First avenue
n. w? near ronnd house; $1,000;
Mn I 1 4 room cottage. Third nvenne
"U. I /.""n. w., $850; cash $50;
$1,OjO; cash $50;
tXn I Q 10-room dwelling, bath-room,
ItU. Ii)- cellar, store room, corner lot;
northeast; $1,800; caBh $500; balaucc, easy pay?
BJn if. 2 story frame dwelling. First nvc
HU |??'""nuen. e.; 8100; cash $10; monthly
Mil I W 0-room dwelling; Fifth avenne n.
llU. I 3. e.; $015; cash $25; monthly pay?
Mn IC 8-room cottage, sewer connection;
J"U. I U."~~northeast; $800; cash $11; monthly
Mn 1*1 _7-room dwelling, marble mantels,
llU. I I hardwood finish, two squares from
Terry building; cost to build. $2.20 ; price $1,800;
cash $2D0; balance $12.50 per month.
Large list of farms in Roanoke and adjoining
counties, among them some very desirable
Truck Farms near this city, which wo will be
glad to show purchasers at any time.
T. W. SPINDLE & CO.,
104 Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Ta,
is only skin tfeef."
A clear, soft skin beautifies any^
face and doubles its attractive?
ness. No complexion is so poor but thnt"*/k I
its owner may gain a new share of beauty II ft
by using l">r. liebra's Viola Cream. It is njj
not a cosmetic or " wash," but a pure, de- ^>
lightfui emollient, which coaxes Nature to
create a new complexion. It imparts fresh
vitality to the ikin, dispelling all redness,
roughness ? freckles, pimples, liver-moles,
blaikl leads, sunburn and tan. It is abso?
lutely harmless and sure. Sold by druggists
or mailed for jo cents. Viola Skin-Soap
should be useil in connection with Viola
Cream. Ordinary soaps arc liable to be harsh
and impure, but Viola Skin-Soap is perfect
and hastens the good work. All druggists or
mailed for as cents. Send for circular.
o. c.bitt.ner co., toledo, o. ? J
prescribe Scott's Emulsion of
Cod-liver Oil and I-Iypophos
phitcs because they find their
patients can tolerate it for a
long time, as it docs not upset
the stomach nor derange the
digestion like tbe plain oil.
Scott's Emulsion is as much
easier to digest than the plain
oil as milk is easier to digest
than butter. Besides, the fish
fat taste is taken out of the oil,
and it is almost palatable. The
way sickly children, emaciated,
anaemic and consumptive adults,
gain flesh on Scott's Emulsion
is very remarkable.
Don't bepertniadeil to aecept a tubttitute.'
Scott & Bowno, N. Y. All Dragfist*. 50c and $1.
Little j)octor's Book tells about
And Tonic Pellets.
Only Modern Cure
for Constipation, niliousr.css and
Liver Troubles. Freo at any store.
For aale by Charles Lyle Drug Co.
kNCR MORE In harmony
' with the worhl, 2000
completely cureil men are
biugiug nappy pro,Isen for
the greatest, grand?
est mid most sue
ccssful cure for sex?
ual weakness ami
lost vigor known to
medical science An
Inccotiutof this 100*1
dcrful discovery, In
book form, with ref?
erences and proofs,
will bo sent to suf?
fering men (scaled) free. Full manly vi nor
permanently restored. Failure Impossible.
ERIE. MEDiGAL CO.,BUFFALO,M.Y.
Cures nil troubles or tho
Head ami Throat.
WILL CURE linliilloii stops
inc. smilflnp. coiicliiuK,
ti nu ed use cflee 18
_ sniK cnti:.
'Jjf hiebest medical au?
thorities of Kump?
ami America for
Hay Fovor, Bron?
chitis, La QRIPPB.
The most Refreshing
ami Healthful ?1.1 t?
ers. Brings Sleep to the Sleepless, fines Insomnia
ami Nervous Prostration, Don't be fooled ? Ith worthlaas
Imitations. Take onlv CUtTHM AN'3. rriee,60c.nt nil
Drugglsti,Ol mulled free. ApcnU wanted, (. I'SHMAK'S
MENTHOL BALM ESS'SUS?'
Cuts, WouDdu, Burno, Frostbites. Excels all
other remedies for PILES. Price 26c. nt liriiKKlMs.
Book on Mentliid free. Address Cushmon Manu?
facturing Co., No. 324 Dearborn Street?
IHunuB DuMdlnK), CHICAGO, or VIXCKKSES, IX?.
R-ROOM dwelling In South Honnok? on
corner lot, all ronven'ences. Price
Ji.OOU; $300 cash, balance f 15 per month.
ELEOANT residence in "A 1" cnndl
i tlon on South Jefferson street. 10
rooms, all conveniences, stable ?nd barn,
large lot 5ixl50 feet. Prlca $?,500; on
FINK dwelling on Ohnrcb street, every
convenience, in beat location, in
rooms. Price f 1,500; torras madetosnlt
9ROOM house on Ninth avennc s. w ,
with bath, hot and cold water, Stove?,
corner lot. Price f.1,600.
ONE of the best locited residence lots
In the West End, 50x150 feet. Price
"V, ICK w-ronm hon?e on Snnth Jefferson
1 ^ street, all conveniences. Price fiS.SUO;
on easy terms.
IOT RO feet front In the center of the
J town. Price *175, worth fiDU.
rnURKK-STOUY brick store, lot 2Sv 140
JL feet, on best business street In town,
now renting for gsin per annnm. Price
$7,6CO. Th's Is tho best bargain In bus?
iness property in Konnokc.
NICE 7-room dwelling In Southeast
part of the town, very convenient to
the shops. I'rloo $35.'; $."A) cash, balance
>s per month.
We rent bouses, sell farms, and
represent the best line of Fire, Life and
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Heal Estate, Insurance and Rental Agoot,
S10 COMUBRCE ST.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
Mew York stock Market.
New York. Nov. 21.? To-day's stock
markot waa purely a professional affair.
Tbe dealings showed a falling off In
point of activity of. approximately ono?
bait of trio preceding day's total and at
intervals the market lapsed Into stagna?
tion. Too market opened dull, with
tbe initial prices irregular, but In the
main In sympathy with more encourag
lug foreign nowBand a recovery in Lon?
don prlous for Amerioans after an early
decrease, in the general markot tbe
early dealings were characterized by a
uniform stiffening tendency and prices
were carried above last night's closing
sales. Tbe support of tbe covering
movement falling toward midday gen?
eral fractional recessions ocourred in
the case of Tobacoo, which was preesed
down IX per cent. The closing was
heavy in tone witb tbe result of the
day's operations general fractional net
Closing stocks were as follows:
AtohiBon, 16%; Adams Express, 148;
Baltimore and Ohio, 56%; Oheaapeake
and Ohio, 18%; Chioago, Burlington and
Quinoy, 85%; OhloagoGaa, 039*; O.O. O.
and St. Louis, 41; Del., Laokawanna
and Western, 166; Distillers and Cat?
tle Feeders Co., 10%; Brie, 13%; Erie
preferred, 23; Groat Northern pre?
ferred, 118; Lake Shore, 150%; Lead
Trust, 30%; Louisville and Nashville,
52%; National Cordage, 0%; National
Cordage preferred, 13%; N. J. Central,
107%; Norfolk and Western preferred,
10; Northern Paolfio preferred, 14%;
Northwestern, 105%; Northwestern pre?
ferred, 147; N. Y. Central, 100; N. Y.
and Now England, 50; Pacific Mail,
30%; Pullman Paiaoe, 105; Reading,
9%; Rook Island, 74%; St. Paul, 74%;
St. Paul and Omaha, 41; Southern
Pacific, 21 %; Sugar Refinery, 100%;
Union Pacific, 8%; Western Union,
87%; General Electric, 30%; Southern,
10%; Southern preferred,33%; Tobacco,
84%; Tobacoo preferred, ion.
Mew York Money Market.
New York, Nov. 31.?Money on call
easy at 1% per oont., last loan 1%,
olosed 1%. Prime mercantile paper
3%@5 per cent. Sterling r-xohange
easier in tone but not quotably lowor,
with actual business in bankers'bills
at4 89Xfor demand and firstname.lastname@example.org%
for sixty days; posted rates 4 88%(u)
4.89. Commercial bills. 4.86%. Sliver
certificates, 67%@67%. Government
bonds Bteady. State bonds Inactive.
Railroad bonds irregular.
Chicago, Nov. 21.?Wheat oponed
weak to-day at 57 and closed % lower.
The lower cabins, tbe price ourront fig?
ures on the crop and tbe statements re?
garding the improved condition of tho
growing crop were tbe features Corn
and oats ruled heavy in sympatby with
wheat on tbe prospect of more liberal
country movements. May corn sold as
low qb 29@29%, as against 29% last
night. Provisions were heavy, with
trade more active.
Tho leading futures ranged to-day as
Wheat, No. 2?November, opening,
58%, closing, 55%; D<cember, opening,
57, closing, 56%; May, opening, 01%,
Corn, No. 2?November, opening, 27%,
closing, 27%; December, opening, 27J*,
closing, 27%; January, opening, 27%,
closing, 27%(327%; May, opening, 29%,
OatB No. 3?November, opening,
17%, closing, 17%; December, opening,
17%, closing, 17%; May, opening, 20%,
Metis pork, per bbl?Dpcember,
opening,-, closing, 7 85; January,
penlng, 8 87%, closing, 8 80; May, open
Ing, 9 25, oloning, 9.17%.
Lard, per 100 lbs ?December open?
ing, -, closing, 5 75%; January, open
Ing, 5 50, closing 5.47%; May, opening,
5.75, closing, 5.70.
Short ribs, per 100 lbs ?Dec?mber,
opening,-, closing, 4 35; January,
opening, 4 47%%, closing, 4 45; May,
opening, 4 72%, closing, 4.70.
Caah quotations wero as tollows:
Flour qulot. hard whr-at spring
patents, email@example.com; soft, 3.10(ft3.30. No.
2 spring wheat, 55%@56%; No. 3 spring
wheat 55057; No. 3 red, 50V4@59%;
No. 3 corn, 27%; No. 3 oats, 18; No. 3
white. 20%@21; No. 3 white, 18@l'.i%;
No. 3 rvo, 36; No. 8 barley,-; No. 3,
-; No. 4,-; No. 1 flaxseed, 91%;
prime timothy seed, 3 55(1*3 CO; mess
pork per bbl.,7 firstname.lastname@example.orgD; lard per 100 lbs..
5 email@example.com%; short ribs sides (loose)
4 firstname.lastname@example.org; dry Baited shoulders, (boxed)
4%@4%; short clear Bides (boxed),
-i%@4%; whiskey, distillers' finished
goods, per gallon, 1 22; sugars, out
loaf, 5.57; granulated, 4.95; standard
Cincinnati Produce Market.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Nov. 21.?Flour
weak. Wheat dull, lower; No. 2 red,
05%@on; recelpts.a 003; sbloments, 1,500.
Corn steady; No. 2 mix- tl, 32, Oats quiet,
No. 2 mixed, 22 Rye uul); No. 2,
40. Lard dull, 5 37%. Bulk moats
weak, 0 02%. Bacon quiet. 5 82%.
Whiskey gooddnmand; sales 620 barrels
at 122. Bui'er steady. Sugar atbady.
Eggs firm, 170. Cbeeso easy.
Electric Bittkrs Is a modiclno suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen?
erally needed when tbe languid, ex?
hausted feeling prevails, when the liver
is torpid and Blugtrlsh and the need of
a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt
use of tbld mtdicine has often avorted
long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers
No medicine will act more surely In
counteracting and freeing tho system
frem the malarial poison. Headache,
Indigestion, Constipation, Dizainoss
yield to Electric Bitters 50c and SI no
per bottle at Masslo's Pharmacy, 100
You proas the button, wo do the rest.
This aDpllp? to Pocket Kodak*. Roa?
noke Cycle Company, agents, 108 Salem
avenuo n. w.
Look out for tho belled tPams. First
class t ocahontas nut or 1'imri coal de?
livered promptly bv W. I\. AndrewB As
Co., 319 Salem avenuo.
"There is mualc in the air !" Listen !
Andrews' belled toami aro delivering
coal and wood to customers. Send In
Send your orders for coal and wood to
Eirraan & Ear man. Thev give honoat
weight and furnish clean coal. Give
them an order and bo convinced of tho
above facts. 10S Salem avenue s. w.
Now is the time to sooure bargains
In wall paper at tho E. II. Stewart Fur
How rrjVicli is your time
worth? \ How much do
you valueYy?ur strength?
Is your mowiey worth sav?
ing ? Buy a\large package
for 25 cents and y\>u will
save time, strength, mVmey.
With this famous cleVner
every hour counts. G\t a
package and try it. Sc?
everywhere. Made only
The N. K. Fairbank Company,
Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Boston, Philadelphia.
mi.I nil tlu>
1710 Chestnut St.,
ha mtiimnni ?f knowledge attlie minimum of coat.
W,-a,A*r circularm. TUEU. W. l'ALMH, I'ml
CHARLOTTES VI LUE, VA.
Letters, Science, Engineering, Law. Medicine.
Session 1m l;Ids lTitlt Srptcmlirr.
Tuition in Academical Schools free to Vir.
$!nl>'us. For catalogues nddress
WM. M. THORNTON. Ll.D.. CIv"-;"pi
10,000 14K. Hoiid Ootti Plated
WATCH KS with Klegttut Chain
mill Chnrin to Match.
AKl. YOU HAI.I).
celsior Hair forcer
a luxuriant growth
of hair on the bald?
est head, rnpldly
cures bald patches,
hair falliug. thin
eyebrows and oye
BEFORE AND AFTBK UdB. KV.V"oat?^ wig '
nal color. Absolntely forces whiskers and mons
taches on the smoothest face at anv ago. Trice
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by K. V. L0ltttlMKK.fi
CO., 1U05 Pennsylvania Are., Baltimore Md.
? BAU OUlt OK AND OFFKltt
DON'T MISS THIS CIIANCK.
Lorrlmar's Excolslor Hair Forcer.
watches are sold in jewelry
stores at $11) to $16, but. In
_ order to ndvertlse our goods
a ? ? and get new customers, we
esrc; will send one Watch (lady's
? B or gent's size) aIisoi.l'tsly
rail to you If you comply
with the terms of onr floht
Watch oiror. if you want
oue, send f 1 1 fl for a large
bettle of Lorrlmer's Excel?
sior Ilslr Forcer and we will
eeud cur Oohl Watch
OlTor at same tlmo. Wi
BUDd the Watch by regis
tereil mull and guarantee
safe delivery to yon. When
yon get thu beautiful watch
wo stiall expect you to toll
yonr friends, as we want to
nuilii up our business In
happy because healthy, healthy
hecause the blood flows joy?
ously through their veins.
But what about the weak and
delicate and puny ones ? '1 hey
ecu be made well and strong.
Our book, "Mow to Live a
Hundred Years," tells all about
ii, and about
that good old family medicine.
It's the peculiar combination
of Iron with pure vegetable rem?
edies that makes Brown's Iron
Bitters so strengthening and
purifying to the system. It's
the health and happiness in it
that makes it so valued in
thousands of happy homes.
Brown's iron Bitters 19 pleasant to take,
ami it wi.l not stain the teeth nor cause
constipation. See the crossed red lines
nit tho wrapper. Book (ree lor 2c. stamp.
BKO//N CHEMICAL CO., 64 BALTIMORE, MO
You Want Full Value for Yo,
IF SO, BUY YOUR
HARNESS, HOHSE BLANKETS,
Next Door to Postoffice.
Rsmon'5 Nerv? and Bone Oil core*
Rheumatism, Cuts, Soxes, Buxna and
Braises, fox 25c
UTU GOOD BAUS
The Tide In tho AtTnlrs of Iloanobe Hu
Turned?Prosperity In i\t Hand?Heal
Kaimt? Cmi Now be Bought ?? Prices
That Will llrlng tlie Judicious In?
vestor Splontlhi Holums 'Within the
Neil Two Yearn-Tbo Opportunity
May Not Ln?t Long? Embrace Ik
While Yon Can.
No. 1?Pour-Story brick residence with ?b
rooms, on Well? avenue n. o.; lot 50x180 feet, to
an alley; st?hle In rear of lot with elsht Halls;
cost of building, rrsldeuce and Stahle abont
94,100. l'rlce of whole property, $3,250; $500
cash, balance on time.
No. 9?Two story solid brick business house on
Salem avenue, l>etween JerTVrson street ami the
murkel; sIzo ot lot, 9ISsS?X feet; upper pirllon
nt the building nicely tttiod up with 8 room" tor
residence; cood cellars under the store, l'rlce ot
house and lot, gti.OOU. This Is the best business
portion ot the city and will nay a handsome per
cent, on the Investment, in the future.
No. 3?Comer lot In West Und Boulevard,
50x150 leet to un alley; $11,000 rcsldonce lu front
of this lot; s< Id for J-J.MO lu 1?K). Price ot lot
now, ?400 all cash.
No. 4?Largo residence on Campbell avenue.
No. 10?. l'rlce $?,388; all cash, or $398 cai>h, and
halaucu on tlmu This honso has 10 rooms and
all conveniences and large stable In rear of lot.
No. 5?business lot on south side ot Campbell
avenue, between Commerce and Henry streets;
slzo 25 feet I rout anil running back to an ?Hey;
sold for $8,000 In 1881. Prlce'nosr $1,759, all cash.
No. 0?Nice four-room cottage on Sixth avenue
s. e.; lot .10x101) feet, to an alley; cost (SOU to
build the house; retited out now toa prompt-pay?
ing tenant, paying (5 per monti. l'rlce ot house
and lot, (*sj, all cash; or $500, $30 cash aud ?9
No. 7?Buslness lot on Luck street, hetweon
Henry aud Commerce; sltse 8<jx105 feet to an
alley; -old for (2 o'J lu lB'.Hl. Prloc now (tiOO; all
No. 8?Tf Ight-room residence on Franklin road,
near Tenth avenue s. w ; houee in good order
with all conveniences; lot 34 feet front, 114 feet
deep. 67 feet wide at hack part; property sold for
(4,500 In 1890. l'rlce ot house aud lot uow 13,300;
$1M) cash and $?0 per mouth, with Interest.
No. U-NIre 7-room honee and lot, and vacant
lot adjoining, on Illinois avenue, Salem, Vs.; best
resldei co portion of the city, l'rlce ot wholo
(IHXi; $100 c-ish, ( 15 per month, with Interest.
Property cost over $1,000.
No. 10?Three-sfry brink business home'on
Campbell avenue, west of Jefferson street, occu?
pied by Thompson .V Momlnwr: size ot lot, 95x100
feet; the whole of tho two upper stories well ar?
ranged and cat up Into ottlces. The property will
rent for about $1,200 per annum. Price (13,000;
$3,000 cash and balance $2,mo per year, with In?
No. 11?Five-room twr-story house on HolH
day street *. e.; lot 50x110 feet; fronts on both
llollldtiy street and Koumike and southern rail?
road. This property sold for $5,000 in istw. Price
of house and lot now $s00; $lo0 cssh and (15 per
mouth, with Interest.
No. 13?Adcsirabio residence on Church street,
near Park street; corner lot, 40x170 reel, to an
alley. Price of house and lot uow, (2,730; $7(10
ca-h, balance on time.
No. 13?Six-room residence on Fifth avenue n.
w.; lot runs through from Fifth to Fourth ave?
nue; two trout*; house cost about $"5'l to build It.
Price ot house and both lots now $b50; $50 cash
and $10t>er month, with interest.
No. 14 ? Nine-room Uueen Anne honso on Urook
street n. c; corner lot, 50x100 lect; honse In
good condition; contract price ot honse (1,800,
Price ot honse and lot now $1,350; (150 cuh and
(in per mouth, with Interest.
No. 15--Seven-room 3 story residence on Sev?
enth avenus; lo';:ifx13 1 feet, to an alley. Price
ot house aud lot now $1,450; (lOUcash, r<a'ltnce(?0
per month, lloase cost over $1,500 to build It.
Real Estate and Rental Agent.
Mooumw Building. Je lYer.no 11 St.,
Roanoke Times fmta
Five Lollars a Yeai in Advance.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH