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"Not n potmd of lord per year is consumed in our
kitchens, and we conscientiously advise the public
to use almost any other fat."?Marion Harland
and Christian Terhune Herrick, page 147, National Cook Book.
that pure, wholesome, vcgotablo food product. Better than the best and
purest lurtl, und is strung lv endorsed by physlolans for Its healthful qualities.
The genuine Cottoleno is sold everywhere In one to ton pound tins, with our
trade-marks?"Cottolene" and ?teer*? head in cotton^ilant wrcatn?on overy tin.
Not guaranteed If sold In uny other way. Modo only by
THE N. K.
TIOKETS WILL BE ON SALE
Good for Return Passage July 6thv
Make Your Own Excursion to
the City, Mountain or
For Additional Information Call on or Address any Agent
Xorfblk and Western Hallway.
W. B. BEVILL,
General Passenger Agent.
PEOPLE OF THE DAY.
Tho international convention of tho
Young Peoplo's Society of Christina En?
deavor brings again into prominence tho'
eucrgetio young man who holds the offlco
of general secretary of tho United society
and to whom is due much of the credit,
for the enormous growth of the, organ?
ization. Ho is John Willis Bner oud is
probably personally known and admired
by more young people than any other ?
man iu the United States. Mr. Baer
was born about 86 years ago in u log
JOHN WILLIS BAER.
cabin on a farm near Rochester, Minn.,
but when ho was an infant his parents
removed to Cleveland, whero bo lived
until ho was 18 years of ngc. Early iu
lifo ho developed a fiuo busiuess talent
and a genius for organizing and han?
dling men. He took lively interest iu tho
Y. P. S. C. E. when it was a smnll
body. Ho held offices in the local soci?
ety and served on tho state beard. Iu
May, 1890, ho was made general secre?
tary of the United society and has held
tho office ever since.
Gets the Blythe Millions.
After being tho principal in a legal
battle which lasted nearly 12 years it is
probable that Florence Blytho Hinckley
is now ready to thoroughly appreciate
tho comparative freedom which she will
probably enjoy. Of the Sli.000,000
which Miser Tom Blytho leftBho is now
in full and undisputed possession of
about oue-third. Tho lawyers who won \
her caso got the other $4,000,000. Mrs.
Hinckley is a good looking, refined and
modest appearing young widow. She
still wears mourning, for it will bo re?
membered that Prod Hinckley, whom
she married in 1802, died last February
in Portland, Or. Sho bus no children.
Mrs. Hiuekley owns several lino resi?
dences?one in Sun Francisco, nnothcr
in Oakland and still another in San
New United States Treasurer.
Ellis H. Roberts, the new United
States treasurer, bus for many years
been prominent us a financial expert aud
has held several high positions of trust, i
President Harrison appointed him assist?
ant United States treasurer at New
York, and his direction of affairs at the
subtreasury in that city met with official
commendation. At tho time of his recent
ELLIS H. ROBERTS.
appointment as United States treasurer
he was presidut of the Franklin bank of
Ellis Henry Roberts was bnru in
Uticn, N. Y., iu 1827. Whilo learning
tho printing trado ho supported himself
and acquired a good education. After
graduating at Yulo in 1850 ho served for
a time as principal of the Utica semi?
nary and then became editor and part
owner of tho Utica Herald, a paper of
which ho eventually became sole propri?
etor und whose, policy ho controlled for
86 years. In the meantime he has had i
an active political career. He was sent
us delegate to throo Republican national
Conventions, and ho served two terms
in the national hou.so of representatives.
Ho was appointed assistant United
States treasurer in 1889 and at tho end
of his term becivmo president of tho
The proportion of baldheuded men iu
this couutry is more than 1U per ceut.
% EDWARD JETER, REPORTER.
Melvln J. Killian and bride, nee
Weaver, arrived in Salem yesterday even?
ing from Norfolk to visit the groom's fa?
ther, Cyrus M. Killlan, and family. A
t reception was tendered the 'young couple
last night at the home of Mr. KUHnn on
Mr. Short and bride, who have been on
a visit to Z. H. Short and wife, left yet
terday for their home In Ironton, Ohio
James W. Martin, who^bas been run?
ning a mill Iu Fulaski, is on a visit to his
Mrs. Mary C. Ooodwiu, of the Rend
neighborhood, died at hor 'home Sunday
morning in the 92d year of her age. Her
f uucral was conducted yesterday morning
at^lO o'clock at Fort Lewis Church, after
which the remains were .interred iu the
family burying ground.
Miss Mamie Campbell, of Chattanooga,
is visiting the family of C. P. Reid.
Mrs. James Walters'left yesterday'to
visit friends and relatives in Montgomery
Mrs. E. B. Hatcher, of Pulaskl, and
Miss Hatcher, of Christiansburg, are vis?
iting oho family of G. J. ;Ligoh on East
C. D. Deult, president of the Virginia
Press Association, accompanied by his
wife, left yesterday to*attcnu a meeting
of that association which meets to-dny at
Jelierson Park Hote1, near Charlottsville,
Ya. One of the largest gatherings in its
history is expectd. and 'speeches will he
delivered by Rower A. Pryor, Judge R.
W. Hughes and other ante-bellum writers
Miss Etta Boyd, of Floyd Court House,
is visitiug 'n the citv. the guest of Mr.
and Mis. Geo. Worden, at their home on
.Mrs. E. Strnyer and two daughters,
Misses Hattio and Irene, from Harrison
burg, Va , aro visiting the family of J.
W. F. Allcmoug at'thoir horn?, on Penn?
Dr. R. M. Lemon and fam'ly have
moved from their Pennsylvania avenue
dwelling to their old home iu Franklin
county, where they will spend the sum?
Misses Hessie aud MinuieWiley returned
yesterday from Roauoke,where they have
been visiting their friend. Miss Stella
Misses Ressic, Lou and Katie Hickok,
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Gardner Hickok, left yesterday for their
home in Christiansburg.
The farmers in attendance at yester?
day's court report the best wheat crop
raised for many years in Roauoke county.
By tho latter part of tho week the work
of harvesting will bo tiuished.
Mrs. Hanger, who has been visiting
tho family of Dr. Fox, on High street,
left yesterday for a visit to Norfolk.
Wm. J. Moon, Jr., of the Norfolk and
Western oftices, spent Sunday with
friends at Rural Retreat.
Yesterday was tho first day nf the June
term of the couuty court. There were
but few pooplo in attendance. As usual
the cry of the auctioneer and^the soap and
medicine men was heard .in the laud,
with long odds in favor of tho latter,
which either proves that times aro get?
ting bettor or that people are no smarter
than they were when last heard from.
The following business was transacted
in the courtnouso: 1
rV- W* P. Moomaw qualified as supervisor,
bond $1,000 with E. B. Moomaw surety.
S. F. Thrasher qualified as overseer of
the ooor, Big Lick district, bond $500.
with W. G. Wood, security.
W. II. Burnett qualified as supervisor,
bond $1,000, with Jacob Showalter and
Elias Brubaker security.
G. W. Lewis qualified as supervisor of
Catawba district, James R. Wood se?
W. R. Wood qualified road supervisor
Big Lick district, bond $1,000, S. F.
C. R. Ileudersou qualified as road sur?
veyor, Catawba district. Bond $1,000, J.
A. Henderson, security.
J. W. Dauiewood qualified as overseer
of the poor Catawba district, $500, J. A.
Giles Gnnn qualified as justice of the
peace; H.H. Powell for Big Lick district;
W. II. H. Richardson for Cave Spring
district; W. C. Leslie for Cave Spring j
district; J. N. Smith, for Catawba dis?
trict; J. T. Haley, for Cavo Spring dis?
trict; E. A. Bishop, for Salem district.
I). P. Kiehanlson qualified as surveyor
of Big Lick District, bond $700, D. E.
Constable E. R. Carter and D. T.
Blackwell ^qualified as constables for
Salem aud Cave Spring districts. Bond
$3,000 each, with Fidelity and Deposit
Company, of Maryland, as security for
On motion of his wife,Delia Carter, the
est? to of Allen Carter was committed to
.Tno. S. Woodrum Qualified as super?
visor of Cave Spring district with K. H.
Lciran as security.
.Jordou Woodrum appointed justice of
the peace fcr Cave boring district aud
qualified as such.
Thomas Puckett qualified as road sur?
veyor for Cave Spring district with F. M.
.las. W. Graham qualified as road sur?
veyor for Cave Spring district, bond $200,
with G. Ii. Boon, security.
B. P. Martin qualified as road surveyor
for Oavi Spring district, bond $500, D.
A. Poage aud 1). N. Simpson, securities.
David A. Poage qualified as road sur?
veyor for Cave Spring district, bond $500,
,1. L. Henry, security.
P. H. Pugh qualified as road surveyor
for Salem district, bond $500, John G.
Eugene Rush, qualified as road sur?
veyor for Vlnton precinct. Bon4 $200,
C. L. Rush security.
W. W. Brand qualified as justice of the
peace for Catawba district.
SHOT HIM FULL OF HOLES.
A Kentucky ^Father'Fired IT Buckshot
Into a Man.
Mayfield. Ky., June 21.?Jack John
son. who, in company with ?mother man.
Is alleged to haveahtlucted the 18? year-old
daughter of j. M. Klrkland from this
city, was filled with fortv seve i buckshot
early yesterday morning .by the father of
Johnson was on his " ay to Mayfield,
when Kirkland waylaid him and shot him
full of holes. Kirkland surrender? d an
was held for tho grand jury.
Nu trace has been found of the ab
ilucted girl, i
Breakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J.
J. Catognl's restauraut
Lnrgost package?greatest economy. Mude only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, -
St. Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia.
The Only First-class ?S House In Town.
Klectrlo Lights and Bell? la Each Boom.
Newly Papered and Painted.
J. J. COX, Proprietor,
Baggage Transferred Free,.... Opposite Passenger Depot.
Also We Have Recently Attached to Our Hotel a First-class
Lunch Counter That Will Please The Most Fas?
tidious. Our Specialty is York River
Oysters on the Half-Shell.
% T. T. HlSltmjKNK, President. J. It. Andrews, Vicc-Ptcs. J. ll. FlBHBURNE, Cashier. ?
Ja w. n. McWltOKTKR, Rookkeepcr. N. W. Piiki.ps, Bookkeeper.
?;p IS. W. Tjnsi.ky, Teller. Ciiari.ks PaCC. Runner. ?1
1 tbe national Exchange Bank J
.'> OF ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
I CAPITAL, ?IOO.OOO. SURPLUS, ?SM
it CITY DEPOSITORY.
T. FlBUBORNE, President.Vice-president The Stone Printing and Mfg. Co.
11. ANDREWS.Huff. Andrews & Thomas, wholesale grocers.
H. I'isiim.'rnk.President K. II. Vishburne & Co., tobacconists.
U.Vkuo.ison.President People's Perpetual Building ami Loan Association.
8. 1IROOKK.Clerk Hustings Court.
U. KtSttuuRNR, Cashier. President The Fishburn Company.
C. STKI'ltltNAON.Secretary and treasurer Buckeye Coal and Coke Co.
UAMMA^A,', * ... A * C. A A A *A f. A A A A .A * A * A* A A A M^f*****.*.***,?!
K. ANDREWS.Mayprof Ro.inoke City.
IS. THOMAS.Wholesale notions, etc.
ARMSTRONG.President Citizens' National Hank, Frostburg, Md.
P. IlKt.l.J. P- Sell Company, Lyuchburg, Vn.
The only aafo, sure and
reliable Female PILI,
ever offered to Ladies,
ed to married Ladles.
?ak for DE. HOST'S PENNYROYAL PILLS and take no other.
tfiW Send for ciroular. l?rtco ?1.00 per box? 6 boxes for 85.00.
UR, MOTT'S CHEMICALCO^ - Cleveland, OLio.
For sale by OHAS. D. FOX. 808 ^?SSSSt vakbkt
than ever before? f
the prices are
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS
Cs*jlo;rue free Agents everywhere
Llofinok(! Cycle ('<>., A.gents.
EXCURSION FROM ROANOKE TO
LUR \Y CAVERNS AND NATU?
RAL BRIDGE JUNE 24, 1897.
Leave Hoanoko at 11:50 a. m.
Arrive at I.uray at 8:50 j,. m.
Returning leave Ltiray at 7 a. m., June
Arrive at Natural Bridge at 10 a. m.
Leave Natural Bridge at \) p. in.
Arrive at Roauoke at 4 p. in.
Under the uuapic.es of the Knights of
Pythias of Winston-Salein, N C. Tick?
ets on sale at Massle's Pharmacy, nod M.
Formati, Hi Salem avenue. Fare for the
round trip $2. Reserved seats can ho se?
cured on the train for 25 cents extra.
-WK ark 8howing IN Cl.oTIl
-ing and Gents' Fuuwishinob
-CAl'SK THE PKOPI.K TO MIY
-WHERE THKUl INTERESTS JLRE
BROTHERHOOD MERCANTILE CO.
PUT YOUR FEET
In a pair of my shoes and then yon will
know what shoe comfort is. UACH
RACH, Salem avenue anil JelTersou
"THE POT CALLED T
BECAUSE THE HOU
(S J Ii ST AS COOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE FO cts.
OAI.atia, Nov. 1<3,1S03.
Paris MecllcinoCo., St. IauiIs, Mo.
Gentlomen;?Wo sohl lust your, iVO bottlos of
fJUOVE'S TASTE I.KSS CHU.I. TONIC nml hove
I- ?uvt:t threo RrOJUi already this yonr. In till oar ox
porlt'iieo of 14 yuiira. In tho Urun tuislnoss. buvo
nevoraokl pn article that Bavo auch universal sutla?
iuoUui? na j our Toutc. Yours truly. cw?
For 8nl? l>y Vnnlear ltruH . DruggiHts, cor.
Siilt'iu Avenue und iletferaon Street,
A. J. KVANB. K. M. BUTT. 0. B. PHICB.
EVANS, H?TT I PRICE,
<8acceesor? to Evans Broj.)
Keep a FuH und complete Line <vf
Kvery Artiula Known to tho
Hardware Trade We luvtte
an Inspect.ou of Our Stock und
22 Campbell Avenue.
HE KETTLE BLACK."
SEWIFE DIDN'T USE