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To show our Fall Lines of
Di "ess Goods, Silks, Cloaks,
Capes, Table Linens and
Fall Underwear for Men,
Women and Chil?
Our Sales Last Week Proved Our
Are. yon aware that our uaderwcur will
outwear In wear aoy underwear sold else
50 dozen White and Natural Jersey
Hihbed (fleeced lined) vests 25c. each;
pants to match.
?Ill do/.cn Ladies' Egyptian Hihbed
Roal Maco Fleeced Lined Vest, 50c eacb;
pants to match.
25 do/.eu Ladies' Combination Suits,
fit any form, seamless, 50c suit.
1 case "Onleta" Misses' Combination
Stuts (tleeced lined), 35o suit.
25 dozen "Axford Cut" Ladies' Ribbed
Combed Yarn Vests, *1 euch; pants to
25 dozen Ladies1 Medicated Wool Vests
(unshrinkable), .*1 each.
1 case Men's Heavy Natural Color
Shirts, superior quality, :!"jc each; draw?
ers to m Htch.
No. 1050 "Improved" extra finish Men s
Natural Wool Shirts. 50e each; drawers
No. 1450 Special Finish White Wool
Shirts (the kind that wears well), 50c
each; drawers to match.
1 case Men's Fine All-Woo'. Medicated,
Sanitary, and Merino Wool Shirts and
Drawers, made from combed yarn, un
dyed, $1 per garment.
The Fall Show of New Dress Goods.
1 lot Fancy Mixed !)2-inch Novelty for
School Dresses, 15c a yard.
1 lot Fancy All-Wool 30-lncb Suitings,
25c a yard.
1 lot Changeant Two-Toned 40-inch
Novelties, 25c a yard.
1 lot Solid Colors and Fancy Mixed
Flannels, all wool. 25c a yard.
1 lot 3U-inch Broche All-Wool Suiting,
V?5e a yard.
1 lot 45-inch Ettamlno Effects in Col?
ored Novelties, 00c i yard,
1 lot BS-inch Fancy Seed Effects, solid
colors, 50c a yard. i
1 lot50 inch Navy Blue All-Wool Di?
agonal Stripes, 65c a yard.
1 lot 52-inch All-Wool Colored Storm
Serges, 75c a yard.
Stray Values From the Black
1 lot Ill-inch Plain ami Figured Black
Dress Fabr'cs, 20c a vard.
1 lot 30-inch All Wool Black Flannel,
25c a yard.
1 lot 'Ill-inch Fancy Raise'1 Effect Black
Novelty Fabrics, 25c a yard.
1 lot :i8-inch Black Sicilian and Mo?
hair, 25c a yaid.
1 lot 38-inch BlacK Storm Serges, 25c
1 lot 38-Inch Black Figured Serges,
silk finished, 45c a yard.
1 lot 52-inch All-Wool Black Ettamine,
75c a yard.
Cloaks, Gapes and Skirts.
The garments mentioned hero are but
.specimen nuggets from a mine chuck
full of them.
Visit our Department and
Strike It Rich.
1 lot. Black. Kersey Capes, trimmed
with braid and edited with fur, $2.50
1 lot Black Cloth Cents, double
stitched and bound seams, a perfect
beauty, $3.25 each.
1 bit Black Cheviot Coats, shield front,
deep storm collar, perfect fitting, $3.75
1 lot Fancy Melton Coats, handsomely
stitched, storm collar, (3.50 each.
1 lot Beaver Coats, veb'et trimmed
fly front, storm collar, $5.50 each.
1 lot Keraey Cape?, trimmed with silk
frogs, braid and jet beading, $5 each.
I lot Cheviot Capes, heavily trimmed
with braid and astrnchaD, $5 each
1 lot Black Astrachan Capes, real cur?
ly, lined through and through, each.
Latest Millinery ideas adopted. Best
French designs accurately reproduced.
The Mat is the finishiniradorningtouc'i
to the feminine ensemble. It is a very
important matter, and in its fuuction'as
an artistic climax to modern attire takes
first place among the articles of apparel
iu the feminine mind, iro we inv'te you
to exam lue our millinery, and let us con?
vince you that we can surely earn not
oulv your trade and purronage, but your
earnest gratitude tis well.
Table Linensjowels, Napkins, Etc.
Make it a point to examine our lines
mentioned, and try to match the values.
1 do/.en sets8-10 Pure Whit;and Fancy
Border Cloths, napkins to match, $2.25
2 dozen sets 8-10* Pure Dresden Flax
Table Cloths, napkins to match, $2.50 a
A dozen sets 8-10 extra quality Cover,
napkins to match, pure linen.$1 a set
5 pieces 54-inch Pure Linen Table
Damask (for this week), 25c a yard.
C piece* ?S-inch Pure Linen Table
Damask (superior quality), 35c a yard.
5 pieces Turkey Bed Damask,"Jfast col?
or, full width, 2()c a yard.'
1 case 48x20-inch Turkish Towels, a
regular surpries, for 12Jo each..
5 pieces Tan Ground Table Linen, with
white clover-lf af figures, liOc a yard.
1 case I8x36-inch T?re Linen Buck
Towels, washed ready lor use, 10c each.
I case Barnsley Huck Towels, large
size, extra heavy, 12ic each.
5 pieces Turkey Red Damned with
green figures, a uew importation, fast
colors, :i5c a yard.
For this week we offer an All-Wool 11
4 Blanket for $3. See window display.
26 Salem Ave
25 Campbell Ave.
Royal ai ok es the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO.. NEW VOW.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
We are still serving Ice
Cieam .Soda und the Frozen
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD'.::
For PINE or OAK wooil? Ity the CORD
or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKING
BTOVE3 or in BLOCKS FOR IIF.AT
ING STOVES, mo to W. K. ANDREWS
& CO., 210 falem avenue. Their belled
teams are always ready to deliver it.
Virginia Carriage Factory No. 409
Henry street, opposite P. O. Headquar?
ters for ail kinds of repair work.
ADVICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Use "Hygiene Patent Flour," made
from the heart of Virginia wheat. It will
please you. Manufactured by the Hoa
noke Grocery and MUM ig Co.
For only three days we are offering
special rates to Petersburg, Norfolk and
Huntington. S. B. PACE & CO., Bro?
kers. Members A. T. U. A.
i FOB RENT.?Three nice rooms suita?
ble for light housekeeping. Apply to M.
H. JENNINGS, 510 Church street, s. w.
DR. SEMONES RETURNS.
Dr. .1. W. Semoues, who has been thor?
oughly restored to health after a long
spell of sickness, has returned to the
city and reopened his deztal office at. his
former 1 .cation, 182 Salem avenue.
The General Baptist Association of
Virginia meets in this city on the 10th
inst. with Calvary Baptist Church, tit
Which time 000 or 700 Baptist visitors
are expected from all sections of the State
and the South. Wherever tho association
meets its members arc entertained and in
this respect the Baptists of Hoauoke nro
bending their energies to keep up the
reputation of Hoauoke a? a hospitable
c ty. Inquliy among several Baptists
day elicited tho information that several
homes have yet to be provided, and that
they must be secured, and members of
the ?ssociation notified by the 0th. Those
who have not notified the committee as
to the number they will entertain are
asked to do so at once. Any of the Bap?
tist, pastors or deacons of the city will be
glad to list any one who desires to share
in this work.
VANLEAR'S COLD CAPSULES sell
on their merits. They cure colds. 25
cents. Van Lear Bros., Druggists.
Pace & Bobbitt, the hustler* in tho
real estate line,have a new ad. in column
2 on page li of The Times this morning,
to which the attention of our readers is
directed. Never was therealime in Roa
noke's history when good property could
be bought on such advantageous terni3,
and Pace ??: Bobbitt are abreast with all
tho other agents in tow n with a good list
frcin which to take your pick. Better
buy now before the rise in values takes
DELEGATES TO THE FUNERAL.
Several members of the Koauoke Lodge
of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
left yesterday afternoon lor Eggelston
Springs to attend the funeral of a brake
man who was killed on the road the other
VANLEAR BROS, guarantee tlr ir
25c tooth blushes. If the bristles fall
out, ret urn it and get a new one.
A PARTY OF HUNTERS.
A party of live or six gentlemen from
this citv left on the Boanoke and South?
ern tra n yesterday ?Iternoon for North
Carolina on a hunting trip The gentle?
men carried quite a number of dogs and
guns and if they were the only things
needed they would doubtless bring back
all the game in the State. rj*$
HAS BEEN HOME TO VOTE.
John Richardson, registrar of the land
office, passtd through the city on his way
to Richmond. Mr Richardson has been
nt h's home in Wythe county for some
time canvassing. In an interview with a
Times leporter he said thut although he
expected Mr. Hicks to support Mi. Look
abill for the office he now holds, be al-o
expects to be Mr. Hicks' secoud choice in
case the fight goes against Mr. Lookahil'.
NEW COLONIAL STYLE.
The very latest design new colonial up?
right Jewett piano just received by Bob?
bie Piano Company to-day. This is with?
out doubt the handsomest piano ever
brought to this city. It is well worth
see'ng as well as hearing.
Beginning on November 16th I will
offer for sale at public auction my stock
of goods. Sale will continue from day to
day until the entire stoclt is sold.
10 20 4w 128 Salem avenue.
Full TIavann Filler.
5c?0 for 25c,
ILL WITH DIPHTHERIA.
Mrs. D. Lacy H?ge is ill with diphthe?
ria at her resilience, No. 617 Campbell
avenue's, w. Mrs. H?ge evidently con?
tracted the dreaded disease while nursing
her son, whose death Monday was from
the samo cause.
CALLED TO CHARLOTTE.
Rev. M. A. Wynne and family passed
through the city yesterday on their way
to Chnrlotte, N. C. Mr. Wynne was for
some years the secretary of the Y. M. C.
A. of this city,but has been pastor of the
Presbyterian Church at Bramwell, W.
Va., for the past two ytnrs and is now
going to Charlotte to take charge of the
Graham Street Church in.that city.
OFF TO DENT MOUNTAIN.
R. H. Woodrum and Sidney Johnston
left yesterdny for Dent Mountain on a
hunting trip. These gentlemen expect
to bring back a largo qinutity of game
and will bo gone about a week.
The hustings court was In session yes?
terday, but only a few'criin innl'cases of
no importance were tried. The grand
jury returned the following indictments:
Bettle Webster, for grand larceny: Pink
Edwards, malicious wounding of Joe
Uauiels, and Ellen Deistrick for malicious
cutting. Commonwealth's Attorney Lyle
made a motion in the afternoon to revoke
the license of P. D. Gallegher a saloon
keoper, but as there was a h'rgo number
of witnesses the case was continued until
FAD PEPSIN GUM, two large packs
for 5 cents at Mnssie's Pharmacy.
A MAD DOG KILLED.
A large roan-colored dog. thought to
ho mad, was shot and killed on Common?
wealth avenue, in the Northeastern por?
tion ol the city yesterday about noon.
The brut" iiad been chased an hour or
more, and received two pistol shots,when
a man named Haymaker pro aired a Win?
chester ride nnd shot it to tlcath. It is
reported that six or seven cows and as
many dops tv?re hitttm by the animal
yesterday morning. A large number of
persons were attracted to the scene and
for a time much excitement was aroused.
The dog is said to be from the country,
and took up with a family nan ed Austin,
residing on Sixth avenue. No person
was attacked, but steps have been taken
to secure the dogs which were bitten.
LITTLE CLAUD1NE BETTER.
Little Claudine Spillan. who has been
very ill with pneumonia, was reported as
buing much letter and the doctors are
now more hopeful.
ANOTHER HUNTER GOING HUNT?
Kam Stone, the druggist, will leave to?
day for Montgomery county, whero he
hopes and expects to kill a great amount
of game. According to his friend'" state?
ments he is a good shot and will no doubt
bring back his game bag full.
KLONDIKE CHEST PROTECTORS,
all sizes and prices, at Van Dear Dros.
There was only ono case in the police
scourt yesterday nn?" that was a contin?
ued case against Sam Jones, colored, for
fighting. He was lined $2 50,after which
court adjourned, having been ic session
only .diout live minutes.
Mrs. W. R. Miller, of 015 First avenue
n. w., who had a very diflicult operation
performed two weeks ago by Drs. Jones,
Cannaday and Brown, is improving rap?
idly and if well nursed will be- able to be
out in a course of a week or t wo.
A GOOD RECORD.
Tho general food order which prevailed
in this city on election day is almost
without precedent. During the day aud
night not a single arrest was made,which
speaks well for the law-abiding^ disposi?
tion of the citizens of our city aud which
establishes a record which any citizen
with any pride whatever may justly he
Politics won't keep you ALL warm
hut ACME COAL will. Try it. 'Phone
210. J. H. WILKINSON & CO.
Go to the Virginia Carriage Factory to
get your buggies and wagons repaired.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets) p4. J.
J. Catognl's restaurant.
All goods left with me on or before
September 1, 1897, and uot having been
attended to up *o date will be sold at my
next nuction on court day at Fiucastle,
November 8, 1SD7.
1 Jefferson street, Roanoke. Ya.
Breakfast. 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J.
J. Catogni's restaurant.
New Citron, Currants and Seedless
Raisins for fruit cake, atCATOGNPS.
?? If yon want a bargain in whee's
call on us this week Bicycles at
.^W.Si your own price. !?5 Tallp-IIo
WkT Lamps $2.25; "Grafo" chain Lu
tS hricaut, best made, Id cents. ^I.'jO
||^ foot pumps at 65 cfnts; $5 Christy
saddles at So 50; $5 Search Li?br.
Lamps$8.50; $8 Twentieth Cen
tury Lamps$2.10, Kcdaks, $5 to $15.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO ,
108 Ealem Avenue s. w.
Examine tho Virginia Carriuire Facto?
ry's buggies before buying. Office No.
409 Henry street.
Rcnutiful baskets, new and cheap.
THE Fidelity and Deposit Company of
Maryland is the largest Southern bond
company. Assets, $2,801,299.12. Ronds
can be uiven in ten minutes. Rates very
low. The largest fire companies In the
world represented. CHARLES LUNS
FORD & SONS, Agents, office corner
Campbell and Jefferson.
WAS IT FOUL PLAY?
?E T. Klngrea, a flagman on the Nor
folK end Western between Pud ford and
Bluofield, w?s run over and killed early
yesterday morning. His body was terri?
bly mangled. Kingrea was at one time a
resident of Koauoke. having boarded at
the residence of R. M. Hobjnetto. The
conductor heard the grinding and bump?
ing of the lifeless body as it*; was being
dragged under his caboose, and just be
foro the discovery of the terrible accident
he heard a pistol shot.which leads him to
believe that Klngrea was "shot by a
tramp. The body was taken to Minefield
for examination. The unfortunate young
mnn has lately resided near Eggleston,
Giles county, at which place the funeral
will take place to day. A delegation of
Brotherhood of Railway Train neu, ac?
companied by Captain Kobtuette, left yes?
terday afternoon to attend the funeral.
A HOME WEDDING!
O. Selwyn Marston, of tho First Na?
tional Hank, was married last evening to
Miss Letitia Marshall at the homo of the
bride near Virginia College. The cere?
mony was performed by Rev. R. W. Pat
ton.jofChrist Episcopal Church. The bride
Is the oldest daughter of Mrs. Ella Mar?
shall, of Vickburg, Miss., but the family
has made its home in Roanoke for the
past two years. Mr. Marston is the head
bookkeeper in tho First National Hank,
of this city. The ceremony was very
pretty. The rocms were tastefully deco?
rated in autumn leaves, carnations and
chrysanthemums. The ceremony was
celebrated under a rich bower ol these
(lowers Iron* the center of which hung a
horse shoe, t he emblem of good luck. The
bridal party was made up of Master Tom
aud Miss (.'ourteuay Marshall,Miss Olivia
Trout, of Staun ton; Miss Hobart of
VicKsburg.at.d.Mr. Lawrence Davis; Miss
Mitchell, of New Orleans, and Mr. Rob?
ert Hah, and Miss Judith Marshall with
Mr. Claudius Marston. The bride was
dressed in a traveling suit of navy blue
with hat of red, with black trimming.
Mr. and Mrs. Marston left on the north
bound train for Haiti more. They will
make their home with Mrs. Rreckeuridge
on South Jell'erson street after the 15th.
HE HAS RESIGNED.
Geo. S. Jack, who for a period of
nearly three yeais has been employed as
local reporter of Tho Times, has resigned
I and on yesterday enterpd on his duties as
a letter carrier, having recently received
I an appointment from the Postofllce De?
MARVELS OF SCIENCE.
Dr. W. R. Price. L. I/. B., delivered
one of the ablest lectures last night at tho
Y. M. C. A. hall on "Psychology, or the
Science of the Living Soul," ?hat has ever
been heard in this city. Only a fair au?
dience greeted this noted lecturer, but. it
was a very cultivated and refined one.
The doctor handled his subject with tin
ease and grace that left the Impression of
his being a broad thinker and an eloquent
speaker. During bis lecture he showed
that he was a deep thinker and had spent
much time in r^search'of his subject and
that he was a born orator. He drew a
very vivid comparison between the teach?
ings that, he represented and the teach?
ings of the old school showing the inesti?
mable value of study of psychology in all
its phases. He made plain many things
that have heietofore been_dark and myste
riou.s'tc most minds, but under tbe great
searchlight of this science, as he explain?
ed it, all the clouds of doubt and mystery
rolled away,leaving the horizon of reascn
clear and bright, ^his science will, it is
claimed, revolutionize the whole medical
world. After the lecture the doctor gave
a practical illustration of what he bad
claimed in the lecture by making a sub?
ject perform a-iything he wanted him to
do. Out of five subjects only one was
able to concentrate his thoughts and thus
come under ' the doctor's influence.
Some of the performances were very hu?
morous, especially when he bad his sub?
jects snowbulling with imaginary per?
sons, and others were very pathetic. The
facial expressions of the subjects were
really wonderful, being changed from a
sad one to any conceivable one. Eveiy
person of ordinary ability ard intelligence
in this city should hear this gtcat mind
explain the greatest, known science. To?
night Dr. Price will speak on a special
phase of psychology?I. e., mind reading.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES. ~
There are lots of boys and young men
in Roanoke who are lettting golden op?
portunities slip through their fingers.
Improve your time by preparing your?
selves for a paying position later on. A
Bvsteniatlc attendance at the Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium and evening educational
classes will make you strong in body and
mind The expense is very small. These
classes start up next week.
Rev. G. T. D. Collins will give his sec?
ond nddress on character building next
Sunday evening in Association ball.
There will be special music.
Tho Bible is the greatest book in all
literature. As wo absorb its truths ami
follow its teachings we become truly
gieat. Join the Y. M. C. A. Bible class
Don't mist the Dress Goods Sale at
Enock's Bazaar, 34 Salem avenue.
REMOVAL. ?W. M. Franklin, the
jeweler, has moved his shop from l"s
Commerce tt*eet to 201)C?mmerce street,
Wemwag's bicycle shop, at which place
I would like to see my patn ns.
FOR .-'ALE?NICE TRUCK FARM.
Good truck farm, 1 mile south of
city, (known at the Cyphers farm) excel
lent frame dwelling of li rooms, all in
good order. Large barn. This tract con?
tains about (-J acres in high slate of
cultivation and abundantly watered.
Will rent this property monthly, subject
to sale. Apply to
T. E. B. HARTSOOK, Sole Agent.
The coal yard known as Vaughan Coal
Company has been changed and is now
known as a Union Coal Company, and
we respectfully soli'-it tho patronage of
nil union men of this city, as we are both
union men. By E. L. Vaughan and Hud
Adams. 'Phone '178.
When Waiting for the Cars
WAIT HERE. We do not want any
one to have any hesitancy about making
himself at homo in our store. It is a
cosy place, and tbe more ?OU come In the
more you like it. Our telephone is at
your service, and errand boy: likewise
chairs, schedules, aud every other con?
venience that could be thought, of. You
are heartily welcome to any of these at
If. C. BARNES,
'He Puts Up Prescriptions,"
Barnes* Corner. Opposite Passenger
I TALK IT OVER .
With your friends. Ask
them if the well-dressed
man isn't always accorded
the best treatment? Ask
them if it doesn't pay in the
long run to get good cloth?
ing! By "good" clothing
we mean clothing which is
meant for gentlemen; goods
which are durable, work
mansliip which is perfect,
style irreproachable, price
reasonable. We sell "good"
clothing. Come and see".
Our $7.50, $10, and $12
Business Suits are the talk of
the town. They lit nicely,
and if you will compare the
quality you'll find they will
cost you more elsewhere, and
you will not get as good
fitting garments as ours.
Light-weights, medium ami heavy. Prices range
from $.r> to $30. You don't have to buy the first one
you see. We'll take pleasure in showing you our en?
tire line, and when you have looked them over you'll
say that you never saw a handsomer line offered for
sale. We are very proud of these Overcoats, and if
you are a judge of nice workmanship ami good, hon?
est cloth, you'll not be satisfied until you own one of
them. Each and every one bears our label, ami you
know what that means?SATISFACTION OK VOCU
??9 B ^1^^ S SLa Era
Clothiei and Furnisher,
Campbell Avenue and Jell'erHon Street.
34 Salem Avenue.
DRESS GOODS SALE. 2
10 pieces Fancy Effects, for children, 10c.
15 pieces latest effects in Fancies and Plaids, 12Ac.
100 pieces Double-Width Tricot Flannel, all wool, all 7
1 lot Plain Navy and Black Serges and Henriettas. 19c. 7
25 pieces Plaids, Fancy Boucles and Plain Flannels, ?
in the latest effects, 36 and 40 inches wide, 25c. J
1 lot of Plain and Fancy 50-inch Suitings, in all the V
latest colorings, 35c.
The latest effects in Plain. Fancy and Covert Cloths. 50c. T
New Styles in French and English Drews Patterns, *f
$7 the pattern.
Broadcloths in all colors, 75c and $1.00.
CLOAK3 AND CAPES. *
We are showing one of the best y
lines of Cloaks and Capes ever
brought to Boanoke, among them *
Plush and Cloth Capes. Plain and j?
Fancy Cloaks, which we otter cheap
er than the same quality can be
bought for elsewhere. ^
X Ready-to-Wear Skirts,
Lot No. I, 95c.
Lot No. 2. $1.69.
Lot No. 3, $2.69.
Lot No. 4, $3.69.
Lot No. r>. $4. 7a.
These hang well and are well
made in every way.
MILLINERY,? This department is complete?, con?
sisting of the latest creations in Paris Styles. Pattern
Hats, Bonnets and Toques, Alpines, Sailors and Tarn
o'Shanters. Prices for trimmed and nntj'imnied hats
more reasonable than elsewhere.
Endless variety of Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Ho?
siery, Underwear, Fancy Coods and Notions.
ENOCH'S BAZAAR, 34 Salem avenue. ?