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: WasB Your
SbOB3 NOW ?
It is Going to be
Cold Weather
from Now On.
$s5aT* Lay aside those old
Shoes and call in
and get a new pair
that will keep your
feet warm.
We can furnish you
GOOD SHOES for
Wholesale Cost and
less.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE.
Sample Shoes a Specialty.
Yours to .Servo,
Roanoke Shoe Co.
No. 13 S. Jefreraon St.
F. J. KURT, Manager.
We Want M to
Know that wc carrv the
best line of STOVES iu
the city.
Look at Them
And bo convinced. Our
prices are right, too.
ENGLEBY & BROTHER CO,,
Mo. I Salem Avenue.
A Suggestion for Xmas:
"CARBQNETTES.
I'HOTOGKAUIIKK,
212 S. Jefferson Street.
Ramon's Liver PHI removes the bile.
The Tonic Pellet tones up the system.
Combined form a Perfect Treatment. 25c.
Hats, Ms, is.
THE POPULAR
GOTHAM,
IT FIT8,
IT'S CATCHY,
IT MAKES THE MAN.
Our Overcoats
Are the Best Tailored, the Nobbiest in
the city. Blue, Black and Oxtord
Gray, $10, $12, $15 and $20.
Our $7 and $10 Suits
Are Haodsor jtyles Correct, Make?
up Faultless, Prices Below Competition
Underwear,
(i loves, and ail that goes to dress
the gentlemen at unusually close figures
Children's Suits
In great variety,Overcoats and Reefers.
Mothers, briug the boys and fit them
out.
?THE?
MEALS & BURKE
Clothing Company.
102 Salem Ave. 205 Henry St.
NOTICE.
Those having brick and stone work
or vitrified brick pavements to be laid
would do well to call on or address
t. a:. E"-A-i-iiL,s,
The Practical Contractor hml Huildor.
Also all kinds of carpenter-wr.rk,
plastering, painting, kalsomiuing, and
paper hanging done ou short notice.
All work guaranteed.
J. T. FALLS.
Ho. b Campbell Ave. S. W..
Koanoke, Va.
Coal and Wood.
ALL (iKADBS OF COAL. FULL WE1G11T.
prompt delivery. Aleo, Wood hv the loaa
or cord. 'I'llONB 3(ij.
\arde, Norwich Lock Works.
naiim T. D. LOONEY.
The Secret of Success
is Constancy of Purpose.
Ivrep everlastingly at it. If your first lot of Circulars or Hungers
or Curds does not bring the desired results, send some moro.
KEEP EVERLASTINGLY AT IT.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company,
Opposite Hotel Roanoke,
Edw. L. Stone, President.
ROANOKE, VA.
Joe Frank haa returned from Balti?
more.
Bon. H S. Trout and other Roanoke
bankers returned jeaterday from Nor?
folk.
Dr. W. S. Grogory, who haa been to
Philadelphia and Baltimore on business,
will return to morrow morning.
W. H. Strickler, manager of the New
Homo sowing machine business, ia con?
fined to bin borne at 314 Seventh avenue
a. w., with rheumatism.
Mrs. Sarah B. Walker is visiting
friends in Vinton. Sho ia the widow of
Dr. Walker's fathor, the lato Maj (loo.
H. Walker, of Ejrgloaton Springs, Va.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Another Fino Performance of "The Mys?
tic Midgets" Yesterday Afternoon.
The matineo performance of "The
Myatlo Midgeta" at the Academy yes?
terday afternoon, while only fairly woll
attended, again evidenced not only
the sterling merit of tbla delightful
fairy operetta, but the latent talent
possessed by the Boanoke children who
participated in its production.
Henry Gray, as the Prlnoe, again
charmed his audience with bla beautiful
voice and dignified, intelligent acting;
and Nannie Nicholson aa the Queen,
once more woe the hearts of thoae who
witnessed ber charming impersonation.
John Weedon, as tbe Chinaman, and
Mark Gray and Heary Moaoly aa the
two little coons, again created a furore
by their very clever work.
Little Fannie Davis aB Psycho sang
beautifully, and spoke her linos intelli?
gently.
One of tho most attraoiive features of
the entertainment was tbe akirt dance
niven by little Willie Hart. She was
tho embodiment of graceful action, and
showed rare talent for so yonng a child.
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Head?
ache Eleotrlo Bitters haa proved to be
tbe very best. It effects a permanent
cure, and tho most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to Its influence
We urge all who are Bill eted to procure
a bottle, and give tbla remedy a fair
trial. In cases of habitual constipation
Eleotric Bitters cutob by giving the
needed tone to the bo weis, and few oases
long resist the use of this medicine.
Try it onoo. Fifty cents and SI.00 at
Massie's Pharmacy, 109 Jefferson street.
NOTIOB OF m hetin?b.
ROANOKE LODGE NO 197, 11. P.
O. Elke?My Dear Sir and Brother:?
Onr memorial service will he held In
the lo'iuo room to-day, December 1, at
3 o'clock p. m. The memorial com
^tc^l?Amittee have arranged a very att'active
programme, and each Brother ehouin come. Bach
Brother Iiib thn privilege of bringing one or more
friends, cither Indy or gentleman. Fraternally,
JAMAS il< FALL, Secretary.
AND WOOD
uro the tiro twins. There's no getting
along without them, and it's just as im?
possible to deny that our coal yard is
the bust supplied one Roanoke. You
save on tho quality when you order of
us, and our customers always know that
they are gettlDg full weight. A ton
with us means a ton, not one or two
hundred weitrht short.
H. C. STARKEY & CO.
'Phone 105.
THE FOURTH ANNUAL
s
?of Tin:?
ROANOKE VALLEY
Poultry Association
?WILL UK HELD?
December 3,4, 5, 6 and 7,
-IN THE
Evans' Bros'. Old Hardware Building,
COMMENCE STHEET.
Ladles and children are specially invited to
this most Interesting exhibition* which will ho
open day and night.
Admission 15 emits, Children 10 cents.
Those who wish to enter fowls for show should
apply for premium lists to C. \V. Thomas, presi?
dent, Hoanoke, Va; or F. a. Lovelock, secretary,
Salem. Entries close November 30.
Five dollars is offered to tho exhibitor showing
the largest number of birds scoring over 90
points.
Five dollars is offered to tho exhibitor of the
best collection of pigeons.
Trustee's Sale.
The trustee of B. Levy & Alexander
is disposing of their entire stock of
goods, consisting of ready-made cloth?
ing, boots, shoes, Rents' furnishing
goods, underwear, &c, at No. 23 Salom
avenue, and in Salem, Va., at and be
low cost. Hee advertisement in this
paper. _
Call and see the beautiful dinner sets
just received bv the ?. H. Stewart Fur?
niture Company.
LOBT.
LOST?A PHOTO BOOK, 8x4 IN.; NAME ON
back. Jirret A Brown. Finder please loave
at OAK BY & WOOLWINK'B, itoatoke. o
KASEY'B DRUU SToUK, Vlnton. UiOSt
SOU KJffiNM
OR RBNT-FURN1SUEU 11?IMK. 1?ROOM
turnlabed house Eighth avenne ? w. Uood
terms to right n^rty. Inquire ROOM 3, BX
CHANGE BANK BUILDING. 11S7U.
ROOMS FOB RENT?WITU OR WITHOUT
board. 19 Sevonth avenue e. w., second door
from Jefferson Btreet. 11 31 lw
FOH bALM.
WANTED-TO SELL A PAYING MB KUAN
tile business located near Koanoke. Good
reaton for soiling. Address BOX 333, Ol I V.
18 1 tf
T7IOR SALE.?MATTRESS BS, SHUCK AND
X; cotton,, $3.36. Straw and cotton, $1.38. Up?
holstering. Factory. 310 Salem avenue 1039 tf
HBLP WANTJBD-MA17H.
Men to Bell Baking Powder to the grocery traae.
Steady employment, experience unnecessary.
$70 monthly salary and expenses or com. It offer
satisfactory, address at once with particulars
concerning yourself, U. S. Chemical Works, Chi?
cago. 11 88 lw
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
B MUST IIAVB 1IELP.?WE PAY MEN
and women $10 to $18 per week for easy
homework. No books or peddling. Steady em?
ployment guaranteed. Send stamp for work and
particulars at once. ItKKMANN .v SEYMOUR,
313 South Sixth etrcet, Philadelphia, Pa.
11 301m
WANTED.
Make money ?by careful speculation
In Grain through a reliable, successful firm. Excel?
lent opportunities to make profits by our now plans,
fully explained ami sent free. Hiebest references.
i attison & Co., uiy Ouiulm HulllllUK, CIllCUKO. III.
WANTED?CASH paid for CAST-off
clothing, etc. Address SO Snlem avenuo or
p. o. Box 693, Hoanokc, Vu. 10 13 lm
AOBNTB WANTED.
ALL LADIES HAVING A FBW HOURS
leisure each day should write mc at onco re
gardlng pleasant home work which cuslly pays
$18 weekly. This la no deception and will cer?
tainly pay yon to investigate. Reply with
stamped envelope. MISS la. A. STEBB1NS,
Lawrence, Mich. 11 21-tt
AGENTS?A SNAP W?R YOU. SALES IM
meneo. Big pnv. Will cost yon nothing to
test the bas'nnes No samples reeded. HOUSE?
HOLD SPECIALTY COMPANY, 79 W. Fourth
street, Cincinnati, Ohio. loisom
WA N T E D.?MAN TO SUPERINTEND '
branch ofllco tor Western Manufacturing
Company. Salary $1,300 yearly. References and .
$(>O0 capital required. AddrcBS BOX 63, Atlanta,
Qq._1039 tt
VX7ANTBD?TWO OR THREE SALESMEN
TV for good torrltory, to handle our line of
household goods. Good opportunity for en
ergoltc canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 309 Commerce street, Roanoke. Va.
8-19-tt
Ramon's Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets
are a Perfect Treatment for Constipation
and Biliousness. ?fetfOne pill a dose.
C. B. MEADOR'S,
South side Market Square, invites
your attention to his fall and
compluto line of
Groceries,
Provisions,
Confectioneries,
Country Produce
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
- FOR
Prompt Delivery and Good Work
Bend to the Old Reliable,
ROANOKE STE1 LAUNDRY,
GEO. W. AMMEN & CO., Proprs.
PHONE 110. 130 KIRK AVK.. 8 TV
NO. 810 SOUTH JEFFERSON ST.
8. W.. 10-room brick house. Cel?
lar, attic and bath room. Iu good re
puir. Price $25 per mouth.
NO. 511 ELM AVENUE S. WM
9-room house, with modem con?
veniences. Cellar and stable. G<>od
neighborhood. . Trice $15 per mouth.
NO. 435 MOUNTAIN AVENUE
8. W., G-room house. Room for
servant attached ; also stuhle iu good
repair: Price $10 per moulli.
NO. 1420 CHAPMAN AVENUE
S. W., 7-room house with modern
conveniences. I'rice $11.25 per month.
HAVE STORES FOR KENT;
also bargains in sale of Kuul
Estate.
See Us Before
Buying or Renting.
T. I B. HARTSQOK & CO,,
niiirkct Sciuurv,
ROANOKE, VA.
HOW TO SAVE MONEY!
HUY TOUR GKOCKItlKS OK
JOHNSON GROCERY COMPANY
?DEALERS IN?
Fine Family Groceries,
Confections, Hotions and Shoes,
Also a Complete Line of Tobacco and Clgare.
??rT~ (ilvonsa trial and bo convinced that wo
can eavc yon money.
Ho.402 Third Ave., Cor. Fourth St. H. E.
ii i ti
-THE
Boasoke steam Dp Works,
J. A. DEVON, Proprietor,
Is the only reliable Dyeing and
Scouring establishment in the South?
west. All others advertised as steam
dye works are fakes. Beware. Be
eure to send for us. Ladies' and gout's
j goods dyed and cleaned to perfection.
I LadieB' Sailor Hats Dyed Black to
look new. Don't forget our number,
110 CAMPBELL ST.,
Phone 229. Roanoke, Va.
ams m Reality!
The Word "Bargain" Has Been so Often Misused That it Has Become Almost Meaningless
Our Business We Know the Word Only in Its Fullest Meaning, and When We Head
an "ad." "Bargain Sale" We Mean That There Are Bargains in It.
In
Perhaps you bad not thought of it. Goods bought this
season sell for less than the seme goods cost last year.
E\ erj-ihing in our stock is entirely new and c. eau, and right up to date in every respect.
NO HflftnOftT^M *n our luSineBS- We give you the lowest prices to be found
liU QUvi/vUl Jill anywhere, without making ycu believe you have paid less for
it than anybody else in the World.
AIRS WILL ?FFEGT THE FOLLOM LINES OF POPULAR GOODS:
Blankets! Blankets!
The greatest airay of them over shown here.
Stock must be reduced at ouce to make room for
big stock of Christmas goods, hence this grand sale.
$3.75 lilaukels will go at $2.99.
$2 50 ?? $1.98.
$'.50 " ? $1.19.
Heavy (itey Blankets, worth $1.25, will go at 98c.
25 pair* White UlunKets to close out at only 50c
a pair.
We still have a few ptdra of our two creat leaders
in all-wool Blankets, 11-4. actual value $5, at $4; 12-4
ail-wool, actual value $0.50, for only $5.
Come before these gieat bargains are gone.
Above prices for Monday only.
Table Linens!
We have too much stock of table linens and must
decrease our stock. Look at these prices and theu
come and look at the goods. Compare the prices
with anything on earth.
$1.25 Table Linaus reduced to $1.09.
75c *? 41 G9c.
50c ?? ? 44c.
37$c " ?? 31c.
Here are real bargains. Avail yourself of them.
Above prices for Monday only.
Dress Goods!
There nre many lots here that \rc somewhat
broken. They must go. BIG MAUK-DOWNS at
this counter iu both black and colored stuffs. Our
dress goods are all NEW?THIS SEASON'S
GOODS.
Cottons!
We have a big stock of Cottons bought before
the late advances in price.
4-4 Sea Island, worth GJc, at 5c.
4-4 Sea Island, short lengths, worth 7Jc, for
only 5 Je.
4-4 Fruit of the Loom, worth 10c, for only 8c.
4-4 Aanroscoggin. bleached, worth 10c. for 7Je.
Canton Flannels!
We have now eight solid cases of these goods.
They occupy a lareo amount of space. We want to
clear them out?some of the izrentest values are here.
Ask to see our big tlnves at die 8c, 10c and 12jc.
In Underwear!
For ladies and gentlemen we have values that
we know will not be duplicated. We anticipated
advanced iu the raw raatorials and bought early and
heavily.
You can't afford to pass by us for your Under?
wear.
E IN ON MONDAY?COME EVERY DAY!
These Monday sales are special days set apart to directing special attention to special lines, and it will pay you well aiwaysto atte nd

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