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Did you ever hear of a physician recommending fat
pork as a diet ? of an epicure who enjoyed lard-soaked food ?
of a chef who used lard in his most dainty dishes?
is endorsed by physicians, epicures and eooking authorities
for its healthfulness, delicacy and efficiency.
The genuine Cottolcnc is sold everywhere in one to
ten pound yellow tins, with our trade-marks?"Cot/o/enc"
find steer's head in (otlon-plani xvreath?on every tin.
Not guaranteed it cold i:i nny oilier way. Made ouly by
Tim s. iw. i\mk:;- \rc compajky,
Chicago. St. I.i uis. New York. Montreal.
Wo have demonstrated, experts admit, ami every om> is
con vi need that lien nine White Topaz cannot lie tie tec teil from
rent diamonds. White Topaz is the stone you have rend so
muchllbaut. Tliooiio that has fooled the pawnbrokers. Place
i hem side by side with irenuino diamonds and no one van tell
tlie illliereuco. We have sold thousands of these stones at
from one to ten dollars, luu in order to Introduce them quick?
ly as well iis to Und out the advertising medium best suited
11> i.e.:- riiisiizess. w e make this
We " seud yon a beautiful, brilliant,
p >nuluo White Topaz, which can be mount?
ed in a ring, scarf or necktie pin, stud,cull
butt lo tket or pair earrings, like any
urtlclo in lids border on receipt of.
Thcsostones are exactly the same as
those wo have advertised at one dollar.
Th-s Offer for a Few Doys Only
Cutout this advertisement and send it
r us together with 25c. In colu or stamps and we ?m semi von a
Win. Topaz by return mail: a stouo that you can lie justly promt of
:.]!?'. on ?.. >t [Histtlvely caunot be detected from a real diamond. In
ordering, u ire and Mate whether smnli, nietliiini or large stone Is
desire I. no Dr.. " filleo UNttss accompanied by this advertisement.
bears no relation to other so-v, '"d Imitation dlamnuds no matter
under what name they are adyen.. -d. They are the hardest ei semi?
precious stone-. Impossible Id detc? '?"oiii real diamonds and war?
ranted to retain their brilliancy. Ah hers pale to insignificance
when compared with White Topaz.
^DIAMOND,. DUPLICATED IN
Royalty and Uie fear hundrtd
i-lcbrnU-d and COftly
diamond! BCl in necklace*, tiaia*.
brooche*. bracelet! and otrdlea,
keen them in l iindar proof vaults.
WhllOthey wear in public the exact
duplicate* in White Tonn* und )
detecti tin- diu? renve. 5
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KtSEBSBr*11 Don't nrliss 5ft
MJts in coin or stamps and you will
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tlie generative/organs of cither sex. euch n> Kervoua Prostration, Kall
in? or Lost Manhood, ini|>otcrey. Nlplilly tStnlaalona. Youtht ni Rrron.
f Mental Worry excCSFlVO ?I! 0 of TobOCOO or (?|iliun. which I .-ml to Con?
sumption niuj Insanity. With every l?? order we nlvo n r.-rltten (runr
For aale by OHAS, D. FOX
. irrofi.mi thy money. Sold nt l* l .oo per box. el hoxci
1IU. fitOTT HC-II?:aiIC'A]UCO..Clcvcluuct.U!ilo.
A LOST OPPORTUNITY.
The Story of How a Fnrtlinu t'nt Away
From ii Man.
A little group of men were talking the
oilier evening in the gloaming time. when
peoplo seem to think moro nlmut wIiul
they might have heen than they ilo at any
Otlli r hour of the day, and the HllbjC?t was
"I hate to refer to the matter at nil,"
remarked the colonel, who fought through
the Into war at the head of a Michigan
regiment, "because it only muk?s me re?
new my contempt for myself, hut I've had
chances in the northwest to mit myself in
the millionaire list that nobody but a con?
firmed yap would think of neglecting.
After tili) war 1 was a'land looker,' as
they aru called, and I knew the whole
country from Detroit clean through to the
far comer of Minnesota, and right where
there are big buildings und beautiful city
squares today I could huvo bought land at
any price 1 might name. Oho man want?
ed me to buy in Duluth a few lots at ?50
a; loco, and I laughed at him. Tin y ore
worth $3 n square loot today and U|,>...:d. |
I picked up one piece of land at Agate I
harbor for Sluo and .sold it fur $1,003. I
That is worth ?50,000 now. and 1 wouldn't
give a man $250 for n tract that Is worth
as many thousand this very minute.
* * U i ? f ? those are sum 11 potatoes and few
in n hill to the biggest piece of lost uppor
turiityistii I wosevor guilty of.*' And the
colonel sighed profoundly. "Von know
that famous Mesa ha iron mine country up
there on Lake Superior, where they are
taking out thousands of tons every year
of the riches) iron ore on earth, and any
quantity of men are cuj ?Ving princely in?
comes from their royalties'.' Well, before
anybody ever hoard of the Moanba iron ore
I was up there running a lino north from
Gloquct river, and one day 1 began to have
all sorts of trouble with my compass.
Ordinarily it was a very traotabio and
reliable Instrument, but hero for soiuo
reason It acted strangely, or, rat her, re?
fused to act at all, ami I could hardly get
any sense out of it. I kept going ahead,
however, and lor ten miles my trouble
continued, Then it svas over, and I novcr
was quite so glad of anything as when
that compass begun to work again and I
did nut have to lay my course by the sun.
"I knew before 1 finished what the mat?
ter was, but what did that iron under the
ground that swerved iny needle out of iis
courso moan to mor Nothing. That's nil.
1 was a plain, everyday chump. What I
was after was timber, and the timber all
along there was not of Rufficiont quality to
justify my giving tbo land a Second
thought, and I didn't. Think of It, men
and brethren," sighed tbo colonel again,
"there I was walking ovor and standing
on million!i and millions of dollars, and I
could have had all of it I wanted for the
lucre, having Ken so enough to take it un
and I didn't havo tho sense."
SERVICEABLE PROSE STYLE.
For ttio Use iu Disappointed Politicians In
Straightforward writing is bo ran' mi
accomplishment that we hasten to extend
the hand of welcome to it wherever it is
found. The most recent shining specimen
of literary ilircctiiess which we have light
eil upon la a lot tor addressed hy an Aus?
tralian partisan tu t ho politician whom he
assisted to eminence, but who, on reach?
ing his high estate, forgot the poor man
on whose shoulders ho had risen. The
Australian wrote as follows:
" Dr.Ai: StU?You're ti-fraud.and you
know it. I don't euro n rap for tbo billet
or the miiny either, but you could hov got
it. for me if you wasn't as mean as mil!;.
Two pound n week ain't eny inoar to mo
than 10 Rhinitis is to you, hut I objekt to
bein maid an infurnil fool of. Soon after
you was i looted by my hard workin, a
feller here wanted (;i bet mo that Yon
wouldn't he In tbo House moron a v. v k
before you maid a ass of yourself. I I i
him a ('"won that as 1 thort you was
wert!) ')' then After I got Your Note ? lyiii
y. i (Tekli'i ;1 tone';! in the mutter i drlv
the Cow dvi r to tbo Feller's place an Loin
him he had won her.
??'1 hat's orl i gut by howlin in elf
Hoars:! foi' you on polo day, an month - ho
four. Neu not only hurt a man's Pride
but you iiijiir him In Hi/.ness. I bcliove
you think you'll get In agon, I don't. An
what I don't think is of inonr Kon.sc
ipieiicc thon you Imajln. 1 holicvo you
lake a ploshir in euttiii your best fronds,
but wale till the clouds roll by an they'll
out you?just behind the Rar, where the
butcher cut the pig, Y uro no man. An!
don't think yure much of a democrat eith?
er. Ho to ?. I lowers ' meself rltill to
a skunk", even tbo I med him a member
This, it sienis tons, la what Matthew
Arnold called a "serviceable proao style "
? London Oloho.
Youth, 'line anil Our?.
A widower ami a widow, each hav?
ing children, married, and children
were subsequently bom to thciu. The
parents agreed much bettor than tin
children did. One day a neighbor, go
iog past their place, beard a commotion
within, out of which rose tbo voice of
the wife', screaming to the husband:
"?Ihn I Jim I Hurry out in the yard!
Your children and pjy children are
beating the lives out of our children !"
Demand ami Supply.
"Roy, what's the excitement hero?"
"One's it guy in hero da; advertised
to trade a bun klo fur a boss, nod dcse
iro boss owners ?ghtin to see which
tin giitohim first. "?ChicagoTribuue.
Voila With Iai-kp Dots ami Small- Oreen
Although ruches, plaitlngs, mill < ami
other full ami Huffy trimmings uro ami
will continue to be used for the decoration
of wraps, gowns arc preferably adorned
In a Hat stylo, showing adecided opposi?
tion. Qalloou, Routaeho, flat omhroidery,
hands and applications are the ornaiuenta
tii a preferred for autumn and whiter cos
White tulle and moussellno do Bole have
i -,i joyed and are enjoying n vogue quite lu
commeiiBurato with their durahility and
usefulness. Nothing is more delicate and
fragllu, yet they aro used in Immense
quantity for millinery mid the trimming
of gowns, 'cor full vests and plastrons, to
be worn with boleros and open jacke t-;,
they seem to bo preferred to anything else,
sometimes being placed over white, some?
times over color. Tbo tullo is often seen
With dots in high relief, and ems-.wise
blinds of very narrow black or colored vol
vct form a favorite decoration.
Veils are exceedingly varied this year,
both ill color and texture. Somo have very
large dots scattered at wido intervals; oth
Al If MS COSTUME,
era are sprinkled with little spots quite
closo together. Then there are veils of
heavy not, with applications of lac \ both
black ami white, anil mhor veils so thin
as to be almost Invisible. Black and white
ones predominate, as ever, the colored
ones being only used with special cos?
tumes, which they match.
Today's sketch shows a costume of green
woolen goods, 'flu; side of the taillier is
cut in scallops, under which is laid a fold
of white cloth trimmed with black cords,
and la fastened down with gold hut tons.
Tho close bodice has a very short, scallop?
ed basque finished with a fold of whho
cloth like that on tho skirt, und tho co
qulllo rovers, lined with white, aro com?
pleted in tho same way. The bodice opt ns
over a shirred vest of pink surah and is
trimmed with gold buttons. Tho sleeves
have scalloped epaulets finished with
white cloth and are trimmed to match at
the wrist. The belt is of black salin.
.11 UK CHOLLET.
.Many Pretty Jackets?Watteau Backs !" v
Pretty morning gowns for tho houso are
made In two pieces. The skirt is nnlined
and touches tho ground all around. The
bodico is in tin- form of an empire jacket,
or loose sack. Often it is accordion plalt
i d. The costume may be rendered elegant
by a yoke of lace Mid by ribbon bows.
: Cash more cbnlllo and nun's veiling aru
suitable materials. Very attractive morn?
ing jackets ale likewise made with a lilted
j back and a looso front, with rovers, show?
ing a full vest. These jackets aro of <-'"t'
ton, woolen or silk goo,!.- and nro suscep?
tible of great olnboration by tho uso of
jabots of lace or ombroldcry and uppllca
t ions of guipure.
Tho Watteau back for wrappers and
house gowns seems 10 be perennially in
vogue. Ii must bo held in place by a lilted
lining underneath in order to hung proper
MORE I NO JACKET,
ly and should really always bo long and
trailing in order to have a good olToc.t, al?
though it is often seen on short gowns. A
very pretty new back is one that is gath?
ered at the neck and waist, and is also
held in attho latter place hyn broadband,
which goes across the back only, being
sewed in at the seams which join tho side
pieces to the back. Dark hlno and wbito
chnllio trimmed with white lace makes
m at and ph asing wrappers, which, when
lined throughout, urn warm onough for
autumn and winter wear.
Very narrow ribbon and very narrow
velvet in black mid colors are popular
trimmings and are to be very much worn.
They aro especially suitable for cbildron's
The Illustration given today shows a
morning jacket of old rose cash moro. It
Is of a blouse shape, gathered in at tho
waist by a belt of old rose ribbon, which
is lied In front with longbows and ends
and forming n full basque Around the
shoulders Is n sort of draped pelerine of
cashmere, bordered with a rufile of white
lace Lace is carried around the neck and
forms a double jabot down the front. The
sleeves nro of half length and nro puffed
at the bottom and finished with a frill of
hu e .If DIC CHOLLET,
Rtmwbeiry Ice Cream made of fresh
strawberries at J. J. Cato-cnl's.
ii/? nave good reason
[ to dread the ap
L I proa eh of the
hour of mater?
nity. All too fre?
quently it is a
time of almost
unbearable pain and
suffering ami extreme
danger. Women who
are wise know that this
is unnecessary They
know that the woman
l) wIl? 10,108 proper care
W?l of her womanly self,
who looks after the
health of the organs I
that make motherhood possible, need
have no fear of approaching maternity.
They know that there is a sure and safe
cure for all weakness and disease of these
organs. Over 90,000 of these women have
testified in writing to the virtues of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
It is the discovery of Dr. R. V. Pierce,
a regularly graduated physician and an
eminent and skillful specialist, who is and
for thirty years lias been chief consulting
phvsiciail to the Invalids' Hotel and Sur?
gical Institute, at ItufTalo, N. Y. The
" Favorite Prescript ion " makes the or?
gans of womanhood strong and healthy.
It cures all weakness and disease. It pre?
pares for approaching maternity It does
away with the discomforts of the expect?
ant period. It alleviates the pains of par?
turition and makes baby's advent easy
and safe. Druggists sell more of it than
of all other remedies lor these troubles
Woman should know herself She should not
be depend* nt In every emergency. great anil
small. upon i physician: Site should he familiar
with her own physical make-up. i)r I'terce'a
Common Sense Medical Adviser will reveal a
world of important truths to tin-woman who in
ignorant upon lh< sc points it contains many
chapters and illustrations devoted to the repro?
ductive physiology o!" women It is written in
plain, straightforward language The book con?
tains over 1.008 pages A pnper-covcrcd copy
will be mailed absolutely PRUK to any one who
sends tweulv-otte one-ccnl stamps, lo cover On?
cost of mailing only, to the World's Dispensary
Medical Association. No 663 Main Street, Buf?
falo N. V. It cloth binding is desired, scud ten
ceuts extra, thirty-one cents in nil.
and all kinds of
Pains and Aches.
For nearly three-score yenrr. and ten
this famous old household friend has
been curing pains and aches, and has
never disappointed the user. It is
clean, pure, efficacious, agreeably
saielli.ig and quickly acting.
it is a
rich, spicy compound and
Cuts, Scalds. Sores, Burns,
Ulcers, Wounds, Erysipelas,
Skin Troubles, etc. Etc.
P-ice 25 Cents,
AT DEALERS AND DRUCCIST3.
or su:t in iiuantity ofor more pat knees to any
address on receipt ot money, by
Winkelmann &. Brown Drug Co.
baltimore, md., u. s. a.
The Cites Ajar.
In her autobiography ISlizaboth Stuart
Pholps has this to say about ono of the
must popul?r of her publications: "'The
Gates Ajar' was written without hope or
expectation of any especial bucccss, and
when the happy storm hroku I was in
truth the most nstonishoil uirl in North
America. I have boon told that the Amer?
ican circulation of the hook, which has re?
mained uolow 100,000, was outrun by that
In Groat ilritnill. Translations, of course,
were manifold. More applications to re
publish my hooks have reached inn from
Gormany than from any other country.
There was a dates Ajar tippet for salu in
the country groceries. Tin re was a Gates
Ajnr collar?paper, I fear?loading the
city cttunters. Ghastly rumors reached me
of a Gatos Ajar oignr. Music, of course,
took her turn at the hook, and popular
'pieces' wen- warbled under its title. Ono
of these, 1 think, is sung in Sunday schools
to this day. Then there was and still ex?
ists the tiates Ajar funeral piece "
A Hook of 111 tinders.
One of tho most valuable books for t he
professional collector : 1 esteemed solely on
account of its errata ami the author's pe?
culiar explanation of how so many blun?
ders came to be made. The hunk is enti?
tled "The Anatomy of the Mass." If con?
sists of IT'J pages and is accompanied by a
list, of errata of 15 closely printed pages.
The author in his explanation attributes
tho mistakes to tho devil, who, he says,
first caused him to drop the manuscript in
a ditch and thus made it almost illegible,
11 ml secondly, by befuddling the printers,
made them commit a number of bliindors
never equaled in a work of that size.
Sulphur to Children.
The free list? of sulphur the moment ono
of the children has n cold prevents diph?
theria. I never heard of a case of llipbl ho
ria whore tho children were made 10 eat
sulphur every time they had 11 cold. A
lump as lug as a pen every night when
they go to bed is a good plan if I hoy are
not as well as you think they ought to ho.
It won't hurt them, and it may save lots
it trouble and sufforing
Silver Corn Forks.
The .lewelers' Circular n ils that sil?
ver corn forks shed a refining iufluenco
oil tho homely process of eating corn
from the cob Thrust into tho ends of
:he < ar. the Cpb 1*. 80 to speak, mounted
A-ith silvei bandit's
FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
DK8IUAUEtB fc'OK HUM ICH l)It SIMSCU
10-room dwelling, 118 Eighth avenue
s. w., bath room, hof- und cold water at?
tachment, lot 50x100 feet. Originally
worth $7.5o0; present price $1,000.
Comfortable dwelling No. 712 Camp?
bell avenue s.w.: lot 01x275 leet to an
alley, 10 rooms, hath rocttt and stable.
Originally -sold lor $10,000; present prico
Very desirable dwelling No. 1110 .lohn
streets, w., 10 rooms, good stable, neces?
sary outsidu buildings, lot50x100; $8,000.
Nice Ij-rooin cottage No. 3 Trout ave?
nue s. w., lot 50x150, $1.500.
Dwelling No. 300 Eighth avenue s. w.,
lot 50x150, $1,500.
Three story brick building on Shenan
doah avenue, near freight depot, now
used, first Hour as a bottling works, and
sec.aid and third as shop and dwelling,
0-rooin dwelling. No. 517 Fourth street
n. e., very cheap and convenient to Hou
noke -Machine Works, $700.
S-rooin dwelling, II. s. Mclmont avenue
s. A, lot 03x100 feet; beautiful location,
8-room dwelling, 1 I 1-2 Lee street n.e.,
lot 50x200 fee', $1,500.
S room dwelling, 500 lan k avenue, lot
84x00 feet, very cheap, $2,000.
0 room dwelling, '.?'.'7 Sheunudonh ave?
nue n. w., he. 25x130, $800.
0-rooni dwelling, 427 Klmwood streets,
e., lot 40x130, a bargain, $050.
S room dwellings, 034, 030 and 982
Center steet, lota 25x130, all three desir?
able located and very cheap, $1,100.
broom dwelling, 711 Giliner street n.
I w., lot 40x130, nice location; a bargain,
i Vacant tot on Jefferson street, 25x170
i feet, near'marble yard, formally worth
$0,000; price $2,500.
Peek Hotel, on Salem avenue, near
Academy of Music, l'i rooms, a bargain,
Two story frame building, S rooms, 450
feet east of F street, fronting on Camp?
bell avenue s. w., lot 50x233 feet. This
is a very ch*jap and desirable property,
A very desirable 8-room dwelling, SOI
Roanoke street s w., good outside build?
ing, hot and cold water, bath, etc., I?1
50x100, a bargain, $2,000.
House and lot, S rooms, north sid>- Mel
I rose avenue n. w., h>t 75x210 feet, a most
desirable home, price $1,800.
Two-Story frame building, 012 Sixth
avenue n w., very nicely located, 0-room
housi, price $1,200,
2 two-story B-room houses, Nos. 525
and .VJ7 Eighth avenue s. w. This prop?
erty would be cheap at $1,400; price.each,
10-room dwelling, 315 Randolph street,
near Roanoke and Southern depot, for
merly sold for $2,000, price $1,150.
0-room cottage, No..-120 Ninth avenue
s. w., $1,300.
10 room two-story dwelling, No. 875
Eleventh avenue s. w., an elegant prop?
erty, none better, lot 50x130, $3.500.
12-room two story dwelling, :I7!> Elev?
enth avenue s. w., new house worth $4,
500, lot 00x130, price, $3,500.
10 room two story dwelling, 377 Elev?
enth avenue s. w., one of the cheapest
houses in the city, lot 50x130, $3,000.
Two story frame building on Washing?
ton street, east of G, a beauty, all mod?
ern Improvements, 7 rooms, very cheap,
Two-story frame dwelling, 1110 South
Jefferson street, worth $3,000, price $2,
Two nice and commodious dwellings,
511 and 518 Luck street,$l,800 and$2,000.
Two cottages on Shennndoah avenue,
1 Nos. 1021 and 1028, 0 rooms, each $>?0.).
is room dwelling, ol Seventh avenue s.
w., worth $7,000, price $5,500.
15-room dwelling. No. 8?4 Campbell
avenue s. w. The cheapest property now
on the market; just elegant, $5,500.
JUNIUS McGEHEE, Agent
For the National Mutual Building and
Loan Association of New York, Masonic
Temple, Room No. 3.
DQN7 BE DECEIVED!
- *OK A
That Cannot be Put in
Good (>rder at the New
309 Henry Street, Roanoke. Va.,
Where can be found the fineDrop
Carinet, admired by so many peo?
ple por beauty and convenience;
also a variety op different ma?
chines made by this company,
which, ip examined by those who
wish to buy, side 15y bide with the
other makes of machines, can read?
ily bee they deserve all the
praise they have merited in finish,
durability. light-running and per?
Please cam. and inspect machine
and investigate the low prices be?
fore you buy.
i remain, respectfully,
W. H. STRICKLER,
309 Henry'St., Roanoke, Va.
Thousands suiter from catarrh or cold
in the head and have never tried the pop
ular remedy. There is no'longer any ex?
cuse, as a 10 cent trial size of Ely's
Cream Malm can lie had of your druggist
or we mail it for 10 cents. Full si/.e 50
F.I.Y 11HOS.. 10 Warren St.. \.Y. citj.
A friend advised me to try Ely's Cream
Halm and after using it six weeks 1 be?
lieve myself cured of catarrh. It is a
most valuable remedy.?Joseph "Stewart.
024 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn, N. y.
A few desirable residences
still for rent.
10 room dwelling on Ninth
avenues w,witb all modern con?
veniences, $10 and water rent.
\) room residence on Eighth
avenue,with closet, &e., in the
house. Spacious rooms, stable,
carriage ?hed, chicken house,
tfce. Desirable neighborhood.
Price $15 per month.
i> room house in good condi?
tion, water in house, near
roundhouse. Price $8 per month
room house, modern con?
veniences, on Henry street, near
in. Price $17.
Large store-room, Mooni?w
Block, Salem avenue, formerly
occupied by Sam Stone, drug?
gist; $45 per month.
Large store, No. 1/27 Salem
avenue, formerly occupied by
Hunter and Co.' Price $30.
Small store suitable for fruit
stund, N<?. ill Salem avenue;
si2 per month.
Fine news stand, newly lil?
ted up, Moomaw Block, Salein
avenue, $ 1') per month.
Large stoic, 25x70, on Mar?
ke! Square, $ 15 per month.
See 1 1 AKTSO?K A" Co.,
SI AUK BT SMI AUK.
FOR UK NT AND FOR SALE.
T. W. Goodwin, Ag't.
OIHco: Itoum No. 200 Terry Building.
September 1st, 1M)7.
TOR 1! K ? T.?DWELLI NO S.
No. 11". Twcllth it. ?v.$ 8.00
No. 210 Fourth street n. e. 7.?U
No. 815 Norfolk it venue s. e. 5.00
NO. 71Third nvenue s. w . 8.00 i
No. 1720 First nvenue s w. 7.00
No. 4211 Ninth avenue s. w. RUH)
No. 'IUI Ninth avenues, iv . 10.00
No. 527 Sixtli aveuue s. w. 10 (lO
No. 028 Second avenue n. \v. 15.00
No. 1721 West-End IJoulevard_ 25.00
No. 018 First avenue n. w. 0.00
No. 022 Third avcuuo n. w. 8.00
No. Iu28 Seventh Btreet s. e. 0.00
No. 1030 Seventh Btroel s. e. 0.00
No. ll? Kighth nvenue s. w. 15.00
No. 022 First avenue u. w. 0.00
No. 520 Seventh avenue n. e. 0.00
No. 82-4 Patterson avenue. 10.00
No. 705 Fourth avenue u. w. 0.00
No. 020 birst avenue n. w. 7.00
No. :'.i?A Salem aveuue s. w. 10.00 \
No. 110 Twelfth strcei n. w. .. .... 8.50 ,
No. Ill First strei t, s. w. I
No. 711 Tlilnl avenue s. w. 7 0? J
No. 004 Commonwealth ave. n. e.. lO.OOl
I also have in my charge properties in II
all sections of the city that can he bought 1
at great bargains, either for cash or on 1
the instalment plan. \\
Call and examine my list.
T. W. COOLWIN, AK<mt.
Beautiful 75 sere farm, with improve-'
mcnts, on Norfolk and Western railroad,
to exchange for Roanoke city property.
;."> acres Ovo miles fro.n Roanoke, imod
land, nice improvements; $2,000. Veryb
150 acres ten miles from Norfolk and
Western railroad, fairly good improve
mcnts, an abundance of timber, well
watered, plenty of fruit, all for$750.
Ono of the best grain and blue grass
farms in Soul Invest Virginia, 550 acres:
125 acres in line creek bot tom: 50 acres
good timber; balance in blue f.'rass sod
fine orchard ol improved fruits of al
kinds; an .abundance of good spring
water, with a largo creek running through,
the place: large dwelling with necessarri
out buildings and fencing, all in goodh
condition, with the very best .social,
church find school advantages, three ,
miles from 11 thriving town, ? miles from
railroad. I'riee $20 per acre: terms ensyf]
300 acres, 20 miles from Roanoke, oil
railroad, PK).acres river bottom, 11)0 Here?
in timber, fine water, coot I improvements.!
5,000 nice locust posts can be cut now!
the bottom land is worth $100 per acre*
Farm muss he sohl and can bought foi
$7,000 in next sixty days. ,
II) 0 acres land, plenty of timber, splen-j
did 8-room brick dwelling, ?8,750.
180 acres near Rollins? a great bargaiu
III) acres, with good improvements,
first-class land; an abundance of line tim
her, at $-10 per acre. ,
30 acres, a comfortable dwelling, goo<
barn, well fenced, good water and I rub
Roanoke City Bargains!
8 room house near centre of town, land
lot, beautiful grounds, $1,500; easy pu>
7- room house, nice lot, in southwest)
5-room cottage, near centre of city*
large lot with stable, $1,000. Samll cits'?
payment, balance $10 per montn.
5-room house, in southwest, $800, $^IQ-,'
cash and $8 per month.
(l-room house, corner lot, in southeast
$7n0; easy payments.
Several business houses, renting for \
per cent, of prices asked. Some very fin
Reautiful 10 room house, hundsomef;
finished, nice location, $2.500.
8- rooni house, corner lot, in southwest
8 lots, First avenue'n. w., $800; eak
II nice lots in Lewis addition, all fp
2 lots in Belmont, both for $70.
8-rooin house, corner lot, in northwc$)
$1,250, $18.60 cash and $12.50 per month
Good 0-room house in northwest, $70fj
$00 cash and $10 per month. ''
0-room brick house, largo lot, ni
shade, $1,000 cash. ? 1
T.W. SPINDLE & CO.
No. 8 Campbell Ateno? 8. W. 1