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INSURANCE AGENT and BROKER.
tW Prompt personal attontion to lnsnranco In
every department, in any locality and In any
company. 13 0 8m
131 Salem Ave.
E. DAVIS, Jb ,
Room 508 Terry Building,
v7. 0. hard a way. ascii sb la. paths!
JJARDAWAY <fc PAYNE,
Booms Nob. 4 and 6 Elrk Building,
SGriffin, Wm. A. Glasoow, Jh.,
? Bedford City, Va. Roanoke, Va.
GRIPPIN & GLASGOW,
Attorneys-at-law, rooms Oil, 618 and
614 Terry building, Roanoke, Va. Prao
iloe in courts of Roanoke city and
oounty and adjoining counties.
j. all ks watts. wm. gordon robkbt80n
edward w. booebt80n.
att8, hooertson A robertson,
Room 601-2-4-, Terry Building.
Attorney-at-law and Commissioner
Lock box 110, Roanoke. Room 10,
Second Floor, Rlrk Law Building.
william lun8ford a. blaib antrim.
L?NSPORD & ANTRIM,
Office?Masonic Temple, corner Jef
arson aad Campbell stroots.
OR. HENRY HUBERT HAAS,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC.
PIANO, VOCAL, THEORY, and HARMONY,
Gives private Irp?on? at the pnplls* residences
or at 540 Lack street. Terms moderate. Addrrat,
Koanohc, Va. 13 8 tr
BUY A HOME.
Why Continue to Rent, When Ton
Can Buy Almost as Easy ?
Below See a Partial List of
Our Bargains. We Have ?flany
lip f One of the best business houses cn
"U. I. the beat side of Jefferson streot, for
8S,i?.). on easy terma, now renting for over 10
per cent. 'J he ground la worth more than the
price of. the property.
(Ufn Q Splendid 8-room residence
"U. Z Seventh avrnuc s. w., with modern
Improvements, stable nnd lurge lot. for $3,SG0;
?350 cash, balance $25 per mo&ih. Former price
$MX!0. A great bargain, and will not bs on the
market long at tbla price.
fdn Q_Three nice housca on Tazewel! nvc
RtJ. Q UK?. two Onnd the other 7 rooms,
good location und large lota, lor Sl.OiO euch; $10
cash and $10 per month.
Mm /_^Thrco Rood G-room houses on Well*
NU. JS uvunne i>. w One $800, one$1100and
one S1.0C0; .?10 cash and $10 per month, rr ^??nnd
SS per month; once acid lor $2,100 apiece.
Un C A pood! house near the West End
NU" ? ~r und house, ulctily located, SOCOi
$100 cash und $1&50 per month.
Ufi C _Nic? 4-room cottaee on corner lot,
IIU. O Northwest, In good condition, for
tSoO; ScO caah and $9 per month. This house coat
l,10u to bnild.
fcV., 7_Two nnmh? one 8-room houses on
Wilt f-? oeat part of Eighth avenue a. o.,
$l,2o0; $53 onab; $li per month.
Modern lmprovementa, $j,350; $150 caah and * J0
OQ Eleganttl-room honso on Jefferson
. ?."""etreet; nicely located, with Nrgo
!ot;mauy outbuildings, including stable. $9 2u0:
SWO cash and $100 a year.
Hn I fl 8-room house, Sonthwcat. In
l?U. I U. good [condition, $1,000; $150
caan; ?>l5pcr month.
Mfl If _Nice house on best partof Centre
HU. I I . avenue n. w? to trade for a farm.
t?fl IQ ??Four houses on bcBtpr.rt of Third
IbU. I A. uvenue n. e., to encbange tor
A nice 9 room house on Jeff-rsoa
street. Ilandaoine'y flmehort.
iifl tO _0-room residence, with 50 foot
I'U 10. lot running back to railroad,lor
185J, on easy terms. Thia ia a flne In veatmont.as
It mast bo basinets property some day.
Mfl I /_0-room dwelling with modern
lill. I6?. lmprovementa on Dale avenne,
tear in. $1.800.
Nfi t C _6-room dwelllng.Northcast, $503;
IIU. 13. $10 caish and $10 per month.
Mfl I C _i-room dwellin?,NorthcnBt,Sil(X):
IIU. ID. $4 cash and $4 per month.
,Great Bargain In Track Farm.
5ACRES highly Improved land, new six room
dwelling, stable and out-bulldings; wind mill
?ad reservoir, from which .11 the land enn ho
watered: one mile from corporate limits, near
electric car line. Cost $3,600. Trice now $1,450.
" Pippin " Apple Land.
I I Q ACRES of nice level land, twenty-five
?10 aerosol It rich bottom; one-halt the tract
In good timber. This land lies on Rack creek, in
the famous -Pippin" apple belt. Twenty-five
large assorted ap lo troes. Prlco $1,150 caah
This le a flne investment.
|3tV~ Also many other desirable farms in this
and adjoining counties
|3?~TeamB always ready to show any of these.
T. W. SPINDLE & CO.,
104 .lefterson Street, Koanoke. Va.
DnUNKEKKESS AMD DRUG HABITS
Information to R. L. vaj* DHVantt.r. HaokKs
Iowr, Md. Bold by druggists. }1.00 per bottic
Owned by otber people. Get on to ono of onr
bargains. Did yon ever think of as big a thing
as the eartb, every foot of which Is owned by
someone, and your not owning ono foot? Yon
can own a home, j on are man enough and haro
money enough, the way we are selling them.
Buy now, or yon will have something to remem?
ber with lost opportunities.
ONK NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE ON SIXTH AVK
nne S. W., price, $1,500; f lot) cash and $18.50
ONK OP THB BEST HOUSES ON THE MOST
deslrablo part of Chnrcb atreot s. W? for?
merly sold lor $S 600, price now, $1,500; $5C0
cash, $31.60 per month, nino rooms on first floor.
9-ROOM HOUSE ON PATTON AVENUE N. B.,
price, $S50; $3 per month.
EW 7-KOOM HOUSE ON SEVENTH AVE
nne N. K., soU formerly for $3,5M), price
now. $1,950; $W cash and $13 50 por month.
IVJO. 812 SALEM AVENUE 8. W., PRICE,
1^1 $3,000; $800 c?sh, balance In one, two. three
and tour years; contract price of this house,
17-ROOM HOUSE ON TAZBWELL AVENUE
I 8. B., $1,1.00; $50 cash and balance $10 per
/?-ROOM noUSE ON HOLLID 4.Y STREET S.
O B , $330; $50 cash, balance on easy payments.
6ROOM HOUSE ON SEVENTH AVENUE N,
B., $300; small cash payment and balance $S
r>OOD ? ROOM HOUSE, WITH ALL. CON
VJT renlcnces, Chapman avenue. West End,
$1,40-.; $i00 cash, balance on terms to suit pur?
We also have several good hn?iness honscB and
residences In the most desirable locutions, tor
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
8 Campbell Avenue W.
NO. 810 SOUTH JEFFERSON ST.
H. W., 10-room brick house. Cel?
lar, attic and bath room. Ia good re
poir. Price $25 per month.
NO. 511 ELM AVENUE S. W.,
9-room house, with modern con?
veniences. Cellar ard stable. 6<>od
neighborhood. Price $15 per month.
NO. 435 MOUNTAIN AVENUE
S. W., G-rootn house. Room for
servant attached ; also stable in good
repair: Price $ll) per mouth.
NO. 1420 CHAPMAN AVENUE
S. W., 7-rooiu bouse with modern
conveniences. Trice $11.25 per mouth.
HAVK STORES TOR RENT;
also bargains in eale of Raal
See Us Before
Buying or Renting.
T. E. B, HARTSOOK & CO,,
ARE YOU BALD?
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Positively Produces a Luxuriant
Growth of Hair on the
Rapidly cures bald patches, Siatity
partings, hair falling, thin eyebrows
and eye-lushes, and restores grey
hnir to original color. Absolutely
forces whiskers and moustttcheB on
the smoothest luce at any sgo.
Price $1.00 per Bottle.
R. V. LORRIMER & CO.,
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Roanoke Shoe Manufacturing Co.
-?5 SALKM AVENUE
RTAH Kinds of Boots and Shoes Made and
Repaired. All Orders Punctually Attended to.
D. IIOKUAN Munng^r.
Factory Over Curr'd itottling Works.
LittlejOoctorb j3ooktells about
r And Tonic Pellets.
Only Modem Ciwe
For sale by Cbarlos Lylo Drug Co.
Cures all troubles of tho
Ileml nutl Throat.
WILL CURE halation utops
sneezing, snufllnu, coughltiK,
ti ii II eil use effec tu
ORB CT UK.
highest medical au?
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nml Amcrlcn for
Hay Fever. Bron?
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The most Refreshing
nml Healthful aid to
ers. Brings Sleep to the Sleepless. Cures Insomnia
and Nervous Prostration. Don't he fooled with worthless
Imitations. Take only OUBHMAH'S. l'rice.soo.atail
DrupKista, or mnilcd free. Agents wanted. CL'SUBIAN'S
MPNTMHI R?I M produces wonderful cures of
mr.11 I nUL. OHL?! fe0it Rhoum, Old Bores.
Cute, Wounda. Burns. Krostbltos. Excels all
other remedies for PIt>'4S. Price 25c. at Druggists.
Book on Menthol Tree. ..ddress Cushmon Manu?
facturing Co., No. 324 Dearborn Street.
IHoaoo Uulldlin), CHICAGO, or TUCBSKIS, i.mi.
WK arc too bnsy to write a lone "ad" and will
Just mention a tew "GOOD THINGS."
A SNAP?& room hoaee In bet location In
southwest, near Jefferson street, lot70feet front,
all conveniences. Wc just got this to-day. Come
and sue us at once.
Large in room house and basement near the
ofuces. Price $1,050; $?X) cash, balance $20 per
mouth. Rents for $1!) per month.
A dandy little (Vroom honee on corner lot, 50x
13 feet. !n southwest part of the town. Price
$1.100; $150 cash, balance $10 per month.
JcfTcrson street dwelling near the Episcopal
Church, all conveniences , Price $3,5u0.
Fine 8 room house on Seventh avenue s. w.,
bath, hot and cold water, large lot and stable.
Price $2,050; on easy terms.
Nice ti room house, convenient to the shops.
Price fJ-CO; $50 cash, balance $10 per month.
Write for onr liat of farma for sale.
CS?" List your property with ns for ealc.
1. F. WINBFIELD,
Real Betatc, Insurance and Ilcntal Agent,
2 IO COMMKKCK ST.
AND TIIK ItKST IN AMERICA
1 OK Til K PRICES.
AH the Delicacies of the Season
Served nt rcnaonable price*.
The Table la always, supplied,
with tlie best tlint is to be
hnd in this markets.
|3T* The only Restaurant in the city
with a separate Dlnli. g Room for
Moni Tickets, 21 Meals, $4.
Moulbly Board $15.
but that >
is onty skin tifefi
A clear, soft lUn bcaufifics any
face and doubles .:?> attractive
ncss. No complexion is. so poor
its owner may Rain :\ new *harc of beauty ij "
by using Dr. Hei r '.'-. Viol? Cream. It is v,
not a cosmetic or " wash," but a | >:?.>-, i'.- ? \
li^htfui einj'iii ut, \ 1 i. h t< a.?.-s N.-.nm- t .
create a new cuieplcxion. It imparts (rein
vitality to the skinj ilUpolHng all reche-?,
roughness? freckles, pimples, live* moles,
blackheads, sunburn and tan. It is ..1
lately harmless and sure. Seid by dri-g '?.;??.
or mailed for j. ccr.ts. Viola Ekin-fcap
ihoul.l bo used in connection ^ith Viola
Cream. ()r<!'.u ry ? I nrs lial 1<- lobe lumh
nnd Impure, but Viola Skin-Soap tcife.rl
and halten* Ihr. good wmlc, All ilrt.existi or
mailed for -jj cent'. Send f:.r circul
O. C. RITC.I.ll"1
. ioli.i.v, o.
[TO MAN ?ND HELPER.
?THE MEANING OF A FAMILIAR ITEM
[ WELL KNOWN TO WOMEN.
I _ ?
Jlmv Sam Vutcbcd the Wall Paper and
' Fan Actod as Ilclpor?Adnm and Iiis
I Agricultural Pursuit* Iu tlio Garden of
' EUcu Fainted by a Modern Kvo.
? That too familiar item ou our plumb?
er's bills, "To man niul helper," is ox
prcssivo of so much in our daily domes?
tic relations that ono almost forgives tho
plumber tho gift of tho phrnso.
"I'll patch up that paper on tho wall;
you leavo it," says Sam. And then Sam
appears on a day when you aro in tho
thick of 6omo particularly absorbing
household task nud ho says: "I'vo como
np oarly to mend that paper, and if
you'll just mnko some pasto for me,
please, I'll go nt it. " Yon sigh, but do
it cheerfully, thinking, if it is early in
your married life, that that will be nil.
Presently, however, thcro is a demand
for rags, stepladdcr, pail and whisk
broom. These also you get out and re?
turn to your work.
"Fun," calls Sam, "where havo you
hidden my brush ? It was in tho toolbox
right in tho left hand corner, and it is
gone. Sonio one must havo taken it."
Again you leave your task nnd go up
stairs or down stairs to tho place whence
comoth tho plaint and behold tho brush
a littlo to tho northeast perchance, but
quite in the visiblo neighborhood of that
.littlo left hand corner. Without oven a
blush of shame ho takes it, and you ro
Ituru to your own work. You havo baro
;ly begun again, when Sam uppears at
tho door: "Whcro can I find a box tho
right sizo to set ou tho stairs, so that I
can put some boards across on which to
stand tho stepladdcr?"
Yon think a minute, nnd yon know
that the only box Available is ono filled
with odds and ends of needful kitchen
things, but yon resiguodly lay them all
out on tho floor and givo Sam tho box,
catching at tho same moment a look
which Toveals that he is about to ask
yon for the boards. There are only two
long boards on tho promises, nnd those
form n walk in the backyard. Still they
cau bo taken up, and they are?but it
entails vigorous brushing and cleansing.
Then for a timo Sam vanishes, and all
is serene, but not for long. There aro a
clatter of boards and notes of masculine
trouble, which you ignore, until, find
iug that it is not a day for taking
hints, Sam calls again, "Fan, will you
please come nnd steady this thing, or
I'll break my neck. " Of conrso you go,
aud of courso you find that bo has not
already broken it. You get odds and
ends of things together to even up and
strengthen his rickety scaffolding, aud
then you sit on a step with your head
up between the boards to steady tho Ind
der, except when yon vary it by hand?
ing a pasty rag, or a brnsh, or a match
for his pipe. Then is tho time you say,
"To man and helper, thrco hours," and
get your revenge, for Sam really sees
Now, it is a strange thing that it is
always "man aud helper." If a woman
undertakes anything, as a rule she goes
ahead and gets her things together and
does it all by herself, but if a man starts
any task not in the lino of his ordinary
business he will manage to draw to
himself the assistance of every woman
within call. If it is driving nails, some
one must hand tho nails to him ; a wom?
an would keep them ip her pocket or
mouth. If ho is riveting something, tho
woman must hold the other hammer on
the under side and not in her arm the
jar of tho stroke. If he even mends his
lishrod or ties his Hies, sho must hold
tho waxed thread or turn tho rod with
both hands. I do not see how any mar?
ried woman can doubt the truth of the
Scriptures. Why, to her, the fifteenth
and eighteenth verses of the second
chapter of Genesis set the. seal of truth?
fulness upon the whole. When man was
made and put in the garden of Edcu to
tend it, ho hadn't been there a day be?
fore woman had to be mado to help
him. He couldn't get along alone at all.
Fancy him starting out to sow his rad?
ish seed and having nobody to ask how
far she thought ho ought to put tho rows
apart, so he could put them some other
distance. It must havo been awful I
Poor Eve! For of all conditions of
"helper" that of the gardener's helper
is the worst. It is easy to imagine her?
her dny's work over, as she supposes?
planning for a quiet rest upon a cool
green bank through tho long nummor
twilight. Along comes Adam, belated
in his work, because ho had been cast?
ing his lino from shady nooks into deep,
mossy pooLs, whero tho speckled tront
are lying, and he says to Eve: "My
dear, won't you come along with me in?
to the garden; I haven't seen anything
of my darling all day. You can sit oil a
nice soft stono in tho path while I
work." And poor, easily beguiled by
love Eve gets up and follows right along,
but, alas, tho Stone has not changed its
nature any more than Adam has. It is
not soft, and perhaps that is tho reason
why Adam does not keep her sitting
thero long. Good, kind Adam! Ho
wants tho rake, and it is down at tho
house, or maybe it was a bower, and she
may as well bring along a measuring
line, of which also she may hold one end
[ when she gets back. And then as Adam
gels absorbed ho absorbs more and moro
of Eve. She rakes up tho weeds which
he has hoed out. Sho holds up tho vines
which ho ties to the trellis. She trots
back and forth for the primitive imple?
ments; and sho smiles, as if she enjoyed
it, but it is a weary woman who, as
dusk yields to darkness, accompanies
Adam to tho house, lugging numerous
odds and ends. It is her compensation,
us she greets Abel and hiswifo, who aro
waiting for her, to bear Adam telling
his son, "I've done a lot in (lie garden
tonight. I think I'll lay off in the mid?
dle of the <lay tomorrow and lake a try
for those trout in Cain's meadow brook. "
? New York Times.
At Hammerfest, in Norway, the polar
ni^ht lasts from Nov. Iii to Jan. '-13.
for Infants and Children.
IHIRTY yooyrV. ohworvatlon of Caatoria with the pntronago of
mflMoM of pernon-, permit m to up nah of it without gaentng.
'tho world haa ever hnova. It ja horrnloaa. Childron liho It. It
gives thorn health. It will bovo their live?. In it Mother* have
Cnntorla doMtroys W onm.
Caatoria allay a Feveriwhneaw.
Cantor!a prevontn vomiting Sonr Cord.
Cnntoria enroa Dlarrhtpa and Wind Collo.
Caatoria roHevon Toothing Tronhlon.
Caatoria ouroe Conntipotlon and Flatulency.
Caetoria nentralixea tho effoota of carhonlo acid gnu or poiaonnna air.
Caatoria Jogg not contain raoi-phino, opium.or other narootlo proporty.
Caatoria nawlmilaton tho food, rognlaton tho atomaoh and howela.
giving healthy and natural nloop.
Caatoria in pnt np in one-rfzo "bottloa only. It in not sold in hulk.
Don't allow any one to noil yon anything elito on the pica or promiao
that it i? "just aw good" and "will nn-wcr cvory pur-pom."
aomething which i? nhnolutoly nofo and practically perfeot aa a
See that yon p-ot C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
"Craft What la Czar?"
At a banquet last summer at Arch
nngel, whon tho hoalth of tho emperor
was given, wo English roso, and, in no
cordauco with our custom, rcpoatod tho
nainc, exclaiming, "Tho czarl" My
neighbor ou my left, tho commander of
a Russian liuo of battlo ship then in
the port, turned to mo and said in
French: "Tho cznrl What istbat yon
mean by 'tho czar?' " It seemed to mo
that ho had nover heard tho title ap?
plied to his emperor.?Notes and
A Lily That Worked.
"Why do yon call mo a lily?" asked
tho pretty soubrotto.
" 'Sho toils not, neither does sho
Bpiu,' " quoted tbo ennmored youth.
"Toil, I believe, means to work,"
murmured the maiden.
Thon sho worked him for a pair of
diamond earrings and did a pirouette
to show sho was no lily.?Los Angeles
Pornnmbuco, when translated into
English, means tho "mouth of hell."
Tho allusion is to tho tempestuous surf |
that continually renders tho neighbor- i
hood dangerous to tho sailor.
General and Nervous Debility.
"Weakness of Body and
Mind. Effects of Errors
or Excesses In Old or
Youim. Kobtist, Xoblo
Manhood fully Restored.
How to Enlarge mid
Strengthen Weak, L'n
_tdeveloped Portions of
R^^gSJ Body. .Absolutely an
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, n.y.
for it alone
m saved my
U ADOLPH ZIMMER,
u?''^. ?*rr ? ? ?
The New Modal
Many Notable Improvements*
SEND Won I L L u ST Ft AT K D OATALOQUB.
John B. Gulpeper, Saias Agent,
?00 EAST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND. VA.
ONE-HALF SIZE OF BOX.
hns been tho standard for forty yonrs nnd I
Is tuoro popular to-day than evor before.
Is tho Ideal complexion powder?bonutlfylnfr, I
refreshing clennly, healthful and hnrmlc-s.
A delicate, Invisible protection to tho face.
With every box of l>OZ7,OM'S a mute-,
nlllrcnt Nrovlll'a UOU> I'l l !'
SOX la given free of charge.
AT DTtUOaiSTS and FANCY STORES.
Ramon's Liver Pill removes the bile.
The Tonic Pellet tones up the system.
Combined form a Perfect Treatment. 25c.
KB1"Sole agentsjfor the enle of Gonnlne Ollrer
1 io\ve a:_u heapeit.
E. L BELL, rRi&iFK EVANS BROS.
Don't forget, we h?vo moved to 32 Campbell
"Cf.KVKi.ANn'' and "Rambler" bicy?
cles. 1896 models just rtcelved. They
are beauties. Call at once at Roanoke
Cycle Co's and Bee them.
Ali. of W. K. Andrews & Co.'n teams
arn belled. If you want the best coal
and wood in tho city and want it de?
Uvered promptly buyof them.
It Is botb a convenlonco and economy
to be ablo to supply all of your wants
I In one bouse, and you can get any
artlolo In the houso-furnishlng Uno that
you wish and at rook-bottom prices at
LTho E n. Stewart Furniture Company.