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A, BUSINESS CHANGS.
Jk. Bllgbt Change, Worttip? %Von.?e?ful
Mr. J. F. West having auooeeded
to tbo Koanoko Shoo Company'?
buslnoBB, will offer the oountry around,
Boasoke a rare opportunity tflu?f8t
atrlokly fine Bhoea at remarkably Ibw
pricea. . .
In otdcr to olose out certain IlneB ol
goods preparatory to getting In his new
Uno of goods he will Bell Men's Shoes
formerly sold at 85 for 83; Men's Shoes i
formerly Bold at 83 50 for 83; Men'a
Shoes formerly sold for 83 for 81 50;
Moo's Shoes formerly sold 81 60 for 81
Ladies' Sbooe formerly sold at 83 for
83; Ladies' Shoes formerly Bold at 83.50
for 81-75; Ladles' ShoeB formerly soil at
83 for 81.50, and an immense lino of
Boys', Youths', MlBaea' and Childrena'
ShoeB in the same proportion. This Is
no oatob-penny advertisemen put in to
deoelve tho public but a real Clearing
Out Salb. These gooda have been
bought at a price that will enable Mr.
West to band tbem over to his new
customers at less than 50 per oent. of
their real value to-day. He wants to
make new acquaintances and adopts
this math od of getting acquainted.
Call on thi Etoannke Shoe Company, at
No. 13 South Jefferson street and take
a look at tbo bargains
Call narly beforo the siz3S are all
gono. Tbo stock on hand cannot last
long at these fabulously low prices.
Death or James C. Hill, Jr.
A telogram received in this city Tues?
day announced tbo deatb In the City of
Mexico of James U. Hill. Jr., second
aon cf General James C. Hill, railroad
commissioner of this State. None of
the particulars bave yet been received
Mr. Hill wsb 33 years of atro, and was
well known In this city and State, where
he had mtny warm personal friends.
Ho was at ono time editor of the Scotts
vtlie Courier and correspondent of tho
Dispatch lie went to Mexico some
years ag<~> with his elder brother, Allan
C. Hlli, and was some time In the em?
ployment of the Singer Manufacturing
Company. For the last two or three
years he held the responsible position
of paymaster ot tbo nun thorn division
of tbo Mexican National railway, in
which bis Una business capacity and
close attention to business had won for
him the conti lonoe and esteem of bis
C. B. MEADOR'S,
South hide Market Square, Invites
your attention to his full and
complete Uao Of
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
Boaoole Steal Dye 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
sure to send for us. Ladies' and gent's
goods dyed aud cleaned to perfection.
Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed BUck to
look new. Don't forget our number,
110 CAMPBELL ST.,
Phone 229. Roanoke. Va.
IT MAKES THE MAN.
Are the Heat Tailored, the Nobbiest in
the citv. Blue, Black and Oxlord
Gray, $10, $12, $15 and $20.
Our $7 and $10 Suits
Are Handsome, Styles Correct, Make?
up Faultless, I'rices Below Competition
Cloves, and ad tDat goes to dross
tho 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.
THE FOURTH ANNUAL
-HILL BE HELD?
December 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7,
Evans' Bros'. Old Hardware Building,
Ladles and children are specially invited to
this most interesting exliibltiou, which will be
op*n aay and night.
Admission IS cents, Children 10 cents.
Those who wish to enter fowls for show should
apply for premium lists to C. W. Thomas, presi?
dent, Koanoke. Va; or F. A. Lovelock, secretary,
Salem. Entries close November SO
Five dollars Is offered to Mio exhibitor BbowtrR
tbo largest number of birds scoring over 90
Five dollars Is ofT-rel to tho exhibitor of the
heat collection of pigeons.
The Secret of Success
is Constancy of Purpose.
Keep everlastingly at it. If your llrst lot of Circulars or Hungers
or Cards docs not bring tlio desired results, send some moro.
KEEP EVERLASTINGLY AT IT.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company,
Opposite Hotel Roanoke,
EdW. L. Stone, President.
Mrs. W. V7. Preston and daughter,
Miss Ella, wero in the city yesterday.
Mlas Mary Jeffries, of Richmond, is
visiting her nephew, VV. O. Jeffries,
who has recently been quite eiok, but Is
now much improved
Judge A. J. Brand went to Richmond
yostorday on business.
Majjr J. H. Foatherstone loft yester?
day for a business trip througb Eastern
Samuel Walton, president of tbo Vir?
ginia Bridge and Iron Company, was in
tbe city yesterday.
Mrs. C. E. Maybew. of Dynchburg, is
visiting her brother, R. F. Taylor, on
Seventh avenue n. e.
Oapt. Tuley J. Mltoboll returned yes?
terday from an extended visu to rela?
tives In F&uqulor and Loudon counties.
Miss Grace Emmeri roturned to her
home in Hsgerstown yesterday after a
pleaBant visit to her sister, Mrs. W. R.
Lieut. David Price Cordray, of the
United States army, wa* in cb,e city yes
t rd?y, accompanied by hU fatnur and
Mrs Snydor, of Covlngton, roturned
home yesterday, after attending tbe
marriage of her sister, Mrs. Trout nee
W. Ross Wilson, representing the
John Ryan Typa Foundry, of Baltimore,
was in tbe city yesterday in tbe interest
of his firm.
Joel W. Daniel, Jr., of Martiosville,
who bas been visiting the family of E.
L. Moir, on Franklin rnmd, left yester?
day for Charleston, W. Va.
Iiis Klevatlon Postponed.
Washington. Dec. 5.?Tbe date of
the elevation of Monsip, nor Satolli, to-be
cardinal, has been postponed from the
tbe 15th to a dato not yet announced
This was made necaosary as a result of
cable information from Rome tbat
Marquis Sacbantt, bearing tbo beretta.
sailed to day from G^noa on tbe steam?
ship F.ilda. As ihe is not duo until tb:
IGih, and may be delayed beyond that
date, a postponement was imperative
The Report Delayed.
Washington, Dec. 5.?Ic is probable
Secretary Carlisle's annual report will
not be Bent to Congress before Tuesday
of next week. Various matters delayed
its preparation, so tho Secretary did not
begin writing it until tbe latter part of
Call and nee our largo and beauti?
ful ii"e of lamps, 'njx tab'es wd brio
a-brac. The E. H. Stewart Furniture
are the tire twins. There's no getting
along without them, and lt'u just as im
possible to deny that our coal yard is
the best supplied ono Roanoke. You
savo on tho quality when you order of
us, and our ouatomors always know that
they are getting full weight, A ton
with us means a ton, not one or two
hundred weight short.
H. C. STARKEY & CO.
A Suggestion f.r Xmas:
212 8. Jefferson Street.
We Want loa to
Know* that we carrv tho
best line of STOVES in
Look at Them
And be convinced. Our
prices are right, too.
ENGLEBY & BROTHER CO,,
<\!o. I 8a|em Avenue.
Coal and Wood.
ALL GRADES OP COAL. FUIL WEIGHT,
prompt dfiiivfrv- Also, Wood by the loau
or cord. 'PHONE ?03.
Itards, Norwich Lock Works.
11 31 lm
T. D. LOONEY.
12-4 White, All-Wool, value $0.50, for.$5 00
Borders?Pink, Blue, Lemon and Cardinal.
11-4 White, All-Wool, positive value $5, for only . 4 00
11-4 White, Half-Wool, value $3.75, for.3 00
10- 4 White, Hnlf-Wool, value $2.SU, for.2 00
11- 4 White, special, value $1.50, for.1 25
11-4 White, special, value $1.37J, for.1 00
10-4 White, worth $1. for.75
10- 4 White, worth 75c, for. 59
11- 4 Grey, extrn heavy, value $3.75, for.3 00
10- 4 Grey, special, value $2.G9, for.2 00
11- 4 Grey, special, value $1.50, for.1 25
10-4 Grey, full ten pounds, value $1.25, for .... 1 00
10-4 Scarlet, all pure wool, for.3 50
IMg new lino of them. Unequalcd values?59c, 75c, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.39, $1.50. $2 00, $2.50 and $5.00.
Things nre always active among the Hugs. Among thn lato
additions are twenty-five very pretty Japanese Ituga. 30x64
inches. All entirely now designs. Actual value $1.29, for
A now bale of them opened yesterday. Actual measure 9x12
feet. All rich dark colors. Choicest designs. Sail generally for
$15. Secure one ut once for $9.19.
Plenty of them to select from. Full range of colors. All
wool. Ouly 25c.
Fine Lamb's wool, all colors, 42c.
X$gstr* New things in Dress Goods, Draperies, Gents', j|
Ladies' and Children's Underwear, Kid Gloves.
New Boncle for Capes, 50-inch, $2.00. S
? New things in Capes and Jackets. ^
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
WE RESPECTFULLY INVITE THOSE WHO DBS-IRK HOUSE FURNISHING OOODS
to takn a look ovlt onr mock. Perhspa wo have something that you wish. Is It Car
oct or Uufif? Perhaps It le lllankets or Cotntorts. 1? It a Parlor, Red or Dining Room ^nitt?
\Vr have nil etyl-s ot titoves. Do you nerd any T Perhaps It Is a Dinner or 'l ea Hot you need.
We hive the prettiest yon ever saw. Our Toilet Sets are beauties, la it a fine Album, a
Picturr. un Ku-ri, Si vcrware, Lac?, or Cbonlk- Curtains you need? In fact, if win desire ai>y
thiuc that ?d-:? comfort to thn home wo can fnrnlsh It as hl^h in pradc, us low In price, and
on as easy terms as any house In the city. Come and see for yourselves.
Yours to picaee,
CINCINNATI INSTALLMENT CO.,
201 and 903, corner Commerce Street and Solom Avenue.
OICT "WITH! TXSI
The Stock Has Been Arriving for the Last Ten Days, and Our Departments Are
ow Brilliant and Effusive, With Suggestions for Everyone.
Gifts Are Here for the Young, the Middle-aged and the Old. Sales Are Already Starting Off With a Rush, and Selections Are Fast
Being Made and Secured. Don't Delay JJnti! the Last Moment, and Then, in the Final Rush, be Compelled
to Take Something You Would Rather Not Have Had. Departments Ready Are:
Everything in the handkerchief family?1,000
dOEen or more of these to select from. We
always do a big handkerchief business and espe?
cially daring the holidays. We hare made
greater preparation in this department tb?n
ever and offer some special values. They rango
from Zc and upward to the finest grades.
In plain all-llnen hemstitched for ladles we
offer special at 10c, 12,<,c. t6c,2)cand 26e. All
widths of hems and different wolghte, from the
heavy substantial qualities to the finest, sheerest
In Embroidered Handkerchiefs for l?dles we
offer v.'/) dozen in special v.lues at 10c,12)ic, 16c,
25c and 60o. The variety Is the greatest we have
ever had. 8ee them.
Uentlemen's Handkorchlefs from 5c to $1.25
each, ltaro valaea.
Silver, Silver, Silver.
We show a groat line ot small articles in
Sterling SI Wer, Quadrnple-Plated Silver, and
while metal novelties, all at popular prices.
The wido range of the articles und the adapta?
bility of trie lino in ottering presents suited to
everyboly makes livery attractive. Soe them,
The line embraces in part: Silver Plctnre
Prames, Silver Mounted Soap Bjxes, Sliver
Tooth Pick Holders, Sliver Monnted Manicure
Sets, Silver Moanlel Pocket Knives, Silver
Mounted Pocket UclssGrs, Pen Rulers, entirely
new, (Hlver Htamp Boxes, Sterling Silver
Coffee Spoons, a) S9c each.
Papers Cnttere, Silver Monnted Shoo and Olove
Hooks, all its?!, Sliver Mounted Curling Irons,
Silver Monnted Whisk Brooms, Silver Trinket
Boxes, Sterling Sliver Bon Ben Spoons, Nut
Cracker and Pick Hots. Sliver Mounted Combs,
Kilver Mounted Nail Files, Silver Monnted
Blotting Pads, silver Plated Penpor and Salt
Boxes, Silver Plated Children's Sets. Knives,
*orks ana Spoons, Silver Napkin Rings, Oarter
Bicklea, Game Counters, Silver Monnted
Memoranda Tablett, Silver Belt Uucklos. Silver
Mounted Ink Stands, Silver Mointod Erasers,
Novelty Pin Cushions,* Plated Jewel Boxes,
Metal Paper Weights In petty animal designs,
Band Painted Collalold Handkerchief Cases,
Olove Boxes, Letter Holders, Photo Holdere.
Choicest lines ot Neckwear In the city at 50c, in
Tecks, Fonr-in-IIands, Flowing Ends, Four-ln
Ilands, DeJolnvilles, etc.
Pretty Neckwear at 23c.
Kid and Woolen (Hoves.
New and Nobby line of Umbrellas, Hosiery
Jersey Leggings for children and ladles:
Everything in Gloves for ladies,
all shades, all lengths, all styles,
for street, church and evening.
Nobby things in Umbrellas.
The new Lace Collars.
Screens, Curtains, Rugs,
China. China, China.
Everything handsomely decorated. China
prices within tho reach ot all. The assortments
take In every phase ot the line.
Cum and Sancers, Oream Pitchers. Sugar
Bowls. Pin Trays. Tea Plates, ' hoco ate Pots,
Cracker Jars. Rose Jars, Vaaes, etc ,?tc.
Prices range from 6c to f5 each. See the line.
Everything in the way of Christmas Goods you may want now here and more to follow.
Drop in and look over the assortment.