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In our Tailoring Depart?
ment. We've never been so
busy as now. Perhaps there's
ji reason for it. Good people
ilon't usually go to the wrong I
We have everything that is
necessary for good clothes
making: The best garment
hiakers, the best trimmings
and the most exclusive suit?
ings. That's why we have a
Tailoring Department that tits
and is so busy.
D, M. TAYLOR,
ilutter :tu?l Furnisher.
11 2 Jefferson street.
J. W. Boswell,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
110A Jefferson St., Ronuoke, Va.
For the Lynchburg Perpetual
-Building and Loan Co.
If you wish the largest and fattest oys?
ters ever brought to Roauoke go to Bon
ner's restaurant. A fresh BUpp'y of
Lynhavon oysteu. received every day.
Can lie served in any style you like. Fol?
lowing is the price for oysters served:
?V Lunch counter -Standard stews, 15c;
eight, fried, 25c: plate raw, 15c; oyster
soup, 10c; luilk, 25c per quart.
Dicing room?Lynnhavon oysters, tho
very finest, will be served in dining
room?-1-3 dozen fry, 'Joe; stew, 25c: 1
dozen raw, 25c.
Coming and Going.
Geo. L. Hart, court reporter, left last
afternoon for Ahingdon to report some
eases iu tne United States court.
Mrs. W. J. Rigney and Mrs. P. O.
Webber left yesterday on the noon traiu
for a visit to Prospect, Vo., where they
will visit relatives for a week.
.1 no. H. D. Rowan, of ^Trenton, X. J.,
was in town yesterday.
Mrs. Leigh Buckner returned to the
city yesterday from Lyuchburg.
Cren Vogel, of Philadelphia, is in town
Miss Maud Langhorne is iu the city
EppaHunton, Jr., of Warrenton, is reg?
istered at Hotel Roanoke.
Jas. B. Stepheuson returned yesterday
from a trip to Chicago.
Francis E. Weston, of Upland,Pa., was
in the city yesterday.
J. Nixon and wife left yesterday morn?
ing for Rristol and Knoxville.
Rev. J. E. Armstrong, of Salem,was iu
the city yesterday.
Hal Armstrong, formerly of this city,
left last uitrht for Richmond after spend?
ing a few days with relatives.
Mrs. Lucy P. Reale, of Buchnnnti.
passed through Roanoke yesterday on her
way to Ri:hmond.
John P. Rarbee, of Lynohburir, is In
Frank P. Milhurn, of Charlot'e, and
Chas. Seymour, of Knoxville, are regis?
tered at Hotel Roanoke.
Mrs. Van Tnliaferro returned yester?
day fro'n a trip to Wythcville.
G. A. Swineford, of Canton, O., and E.
T. Smith, of Indianapolis, are stopping
at the St. James.
T. M. Starkey, of Cave Spring, was iu
the city yesterday.
Mrs. V. P. Geyer, of McKeesport. Pa .
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Taylor, and
her sister, Mrs. 1). B. Middegh, of East
C.'Ii. Thomnson, n clerk iu the ticket
department of the Norfolk anil Western,
is seriously ill at his home ou Sixth ave?
nue s. w.
Miss Berta Coleman has returned from
n month's visit to friends and relatives in
Ceo. W. Jett, of the Norfolk and West?
ern offices, is quite ill at his bane on
Eighth avenue s. w.
C. E. Zeiler lias returned home from a
two weeks' vi?dt to friends at Union Hall,
Minefield Telegraph: Miss Lucille Dick?
inson, of Roanoke. is visitinc her sister,
Mrs. S. S. Cofer, of the east end.
The largest stock of pianos ever exhi?
bited in Roanoke Is now on toe three
floors of Hohtiie Piano Company ware
rooms, Salem avenue, near Commerce
street. Call and examine this great as
sortment of Instruments.
FOR RENT.?Three nice rooms suita?
ble for light housekeeping. Apnlv to M.
H. JENNINGS, 510 Church streets, w.
Tho fie- j
(OVER POUR CARl
Is the quantity we have received c
It takes " SO
sixty (60 i em
The Stone Printing and I
EDW. L. STONE, President.
EDWARD JETER, REPORTER.
G. Jones Ligon, of Salem, a candidate
for matrimonial honor-*, was duly elected
yesterday by an overwhelming majority
of one. Ho was duly sworn on the same
day and his certificate of election canuot
he questioned. Ho is a friend of the
writer and a patron of The Times, both
of whom h< pe that his future adminis?
tration may he one of unallcyed prosper?
ity aud happines.
E. B. Wilson and family have moved
into t lie handsome dwelling on Pennsyl
vaina avenue recently occupied by S. D.
McCommon and family.
The Misses Edmundson, who have lieeu
visitintr Mrs. Win. Peel, left yesterday
eveuinu for tlieir home at Kllir.ton. j
Miss Lily White, a charming young
lady of Lyncbburg, who has been visiting
Miss Lucy Thacker, left yesterday for
her home in the Hill City.
Fourteen out of the sixteen voting pre?
cincts in this district gave Tyler a ma?
jority 01 Su'.l over McCaull, Echols a ma?
jority ot 865 over Roller, Moutague a
majority of 900 over Lyons, Hicks a ma
i jorlty of 846 over Hartwell and Caldwell
j a majority of 261 over McClanahau,while
I Cutler, the Prohibition candidate for
governor, only received ?l! votes in Roan?
oke county, and D. C. Mooinaw, Populist
candidate for the leiri-dnture, received
only 260 votes Ellington's and John's
Shop have not yet been heard from, hut
these returns will not atTect, except Id a
minor degree, the above figures. Kon
noke county with a normal Republican
majority of from 250 to 500, gavo a ma?
jority of lees than 200.
John Shank left Monday for a business
trip through the State of Xorth Caroliua
iu the interest ot the Salem Machine
The Salem Sentinei, with commendable
push and euergv, had couriers from the
various precincts in the county and yes?
terday morning gave the county vote in
ful- excepting Ellington's and John's
Shops, on Catawba.
To night at tho Roanoke Academy of
Music will be seen Wilton Lackaye in
"A Royal Secret." ^This play is coacedptl
To say nothing
of Express . .
luring the past thirty 1301 days.
ME PRINTING" to keep about
ployos busy, und to justify us in
r, etc., in sucli quantities.
INSURANCE . . .
No. 5 Campbell avenue s \v.
prompt payment of losses.
to 1)1! the best traveling and with the
company Mr. Lackaye has is so:e to be
lirst class in every respect. Salem people
will miss a treat if they fail to see ic.
The car will return after the show. You
hml better reserve your seats, as the ad?
vance sale is very strong.
To-morrow evening at 5 o'clock the
Kines Daughters will hold an important
meeting at the Lutheran Church.
Rev. E. R. McCau ley Twill preach next
.?Sunday morning at South .View at 11 a.
m. The Hi ble class of the church will
meet at 10 a. m.
The King's Daughters and Ladles' Aid
Society of the Lutheran Church will give
a delightful entertainment in the Town
Hall.on the nights of December 10 and
RUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
1 be best salve in the world for Cui,s,
Uruises, Sores, Fleers, Salt Rheum,
Fever! rores. Tetter. Clmpped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and al' Skin Erup
Hons, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or mouey refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
W. K. ANDREWS & CO., 210 Salem
avenue, have had years of experience in
the coal and wood business. They know
what is lequired in the business. They
have the largest and most convenient
yard in the city. They handle every va?
riety of coal sold in the city. They have
more shed room and keep more teams
than Any other dealer in the city. They
have polite an?1 accommodating drivers,
and deliver promptly coal and wood,
nice and dry, from their extensive sheds.
Their teams are all belled.
1 It ea
The Millinery Department of Knock's
Bazaar la full of new und exclusive styles.
Prices are low enough to tempt the most
economical buyers. It's the place to go
for these goods.
If you want harmony in tho household,
nsk your groper for a bartel of "Hygiene
Patent P'our." Hoanoko Grocery and
Milling Cr?., Manufacturers.
Fresh lot of Oranges from sunny Itnly
?sweet? just received at OA'i'OGNI'S.
The up to-date assortment of Clonks
and Capes at Kuoek's Ha/.aar is worth
your inspection. Tlleir Plush Capo at
?2.08 and Astrachan Cape at ifil. tb are
unusual bargains. Their lower and
higher numbers are equally reasonable in
New Nuts just received at CATOG
DR, J. W. SBMONBS,
132 Salem Ave.. Second Floor.
No. 7 Campbell Ave.,
We were not all
but you will always
Und us at our post
steer tor the
to-dare footwear at
the lowest prices
possible. See our
line of Tans for
. G. RIELEY,
36 Salem avenue.
A. (JAKISKK. Manager.
W. L. Andrews & Co.,
loo 1-3 Campbell avenue, XV.
<;<>oil Compuiiit-N. I'r?ai|il Nelllcim-nt*.
When the BEST is the same price ns
the GOOD, why not get the l>e8t?
RO. M. KENT, JR.,
represent" tiro best in Fire, Life and Ac?
Office. Kirk Building.
INSURANCE . . .
If there is anything in the
insurance line that you want?
Fire, Life, Accident, Boiler
Explosion, Plato (ilass or Em?
ployers' Liabilit y?WE HAVE
LT, AND Till! VERY BEST
JOHNSTON & CO,,
104 South Jefferson street,
A. J. KVANH. b". M. H?TT. C. U. PRIOR.
EVANS, BUTT & PRICE,
(Rnccegporn to Kvuns Uro?.)
Keep a Full and ''omplele Line of
Fvery Article Known to the
Hardware Trade. We Invite
an Inspcci.on of Our Stock and
22 Campbell Avenue.
Is always enjoyed because it is unexpected. The big values that will greet you at our
great SURPRISE SALES will be so unexpected that there will be extreme pleasure and
delight lor the hosts of buyers that will be there. THERE'S MUCH ADO among the
Dress Goods and Silks, Ladies' Capes and Jackets, Children's Cloaks, Blankets, Flannels
and Winter Underwear. Picked up here and there throughout our immense stock:
Beautiful Japanese Draperies, the host
(|iiality ami very choicest designs, gold
printed, worth always 12 l-2c to 15c,
bere only 10c.
Extra Large Bleached Damask '1'owels,
heavy and line, pun- Dresden linen,
knotted fringes; we have never before
offered this quality for less than '?'>'?'<:, now
Bight pieces good heavy Woolen Cassi
meres^ for men's an 4 boys' suits and
pants, excellent quality, 25c; real value
Fuie All-Wool Cassi meres fo? men's
and boys' suits and pints. 50c yard.
Heavy Twilled Navy Blue Flannels,
warranted all nine wo"l, only 20c?
Hoavr All Wool Scarlet Medicated
Twilled Flannels, just the kind you
usually have to p iy 25c for a surprise
Great big value in fine heavy all-wool
Scarlet Twilled Flannels, at 25c? never
before seen fur less than ''.He.
Kxtrn Heavy Table Felt or Silence
Cloth, 54 inches- -that splendid quality
you have always bought from us at 50c
a yard?-now only 42c
Fine. Heavy While Counterpanes, hem
med ready for use. i/ood bin size, 2 12
yards long a bargain at -u 1 2c ?worth
Four Big Values in Crib Blankets, the
large size, 30x50 inches. ?1.25, ?1 75,
?2 and ?'?> pair.
A bargaiu in Scarlet and Crimson
Blankets, warrant) I all pure wool both
ivarp and (Hing, on.y $3.75 uair.
Something really royal in line heavy
Scarlet Blankets this is a genuine bar?
gain?only ?5 pair.
Heavy Grey Blankets, all wool, both
warp and filling, ?3 75 pair.
TRUNKS?Barge, slock new ones just
received. v\\. you a lirst-ebt??
Trunk for a v-? v little money. An act?
ual saving of 25 per cent. here. Sonc ol
tlie tiner mies ate selling for $5, ??"> "ill,
?(>, $0.50, ?i", ?Ss.75, $0.50 and $10.
Heavy'I'willed Grey Flannels for Un?
derskirts. 12 1 2c. yard.
Kxtrn Heavy All Wool Grey Twilled
Flannels, big value at 25c.
Extra Heavy White Wool Shaker Flan?
nels, 2i inches wide, 25c.
4S prtirs Lace Curtains, 3 yards long,
worth 112 I-2c, now 50c pair.
Good I.ace Curtains, 2 1-2 yards long,
for 30c pair.
Reautif j| White Irish Point Curtains,
3 1-2 yards lona, $2.50, ?3.75 am: ?1.50
The new French Curtains made up of
plain Swiss Net bordered with Lace
Kdginu and Insertion, iiuito up-to date,
$2.50, $3 and ?1 (>iiir.
Good Grey and* White Blankets, on'y
Heavy Dark Crey blankets for ser?
vants and hostlers, contain some wool,
Great line of New Tapestry and Derby
Curtains and "Portieres, big values now
on sale?-?l 75, $2, $2.50, ?'!, $3.50, ?4
and ?5 puir.
Goo'1 Heavy Silver Grey RIankets, nice
quality, nt$l and $1.25 pair.
Bargain in Corsets, white, drab, and
ecrue, perfectly modeled?equals the 50c
Corset?all si.es, only 39c.
Have you seen the Majestic CorsetV It
is the prettist 50c Corset on earth ?
white, drab and black?50c.
The great "C. B." Corset knocks out
most of the ?1 Corsets; white, black ami
drab, only 75c.
Thomson's "filove Fitting" Ahdomi
?nnl Corset for stout ladies, white and
grey, sizes 25 to 32, $1.50.
Ferris' "flood Sense" Waists fcr ladies,
black and white, ?1.
Ferris' "Good Sense" Waists for
Ferris' "Good Sense" Waists for chil?
Ladies' Fine Taffeta Silk Waists, beau?
tifully made, only ?5 each.
Ladies' Black Astrakhan Cnpes with
the new Wattesti back, trimmed witli
Thibet fur?ought t.o be $5?only $8.50.
Ladies' Fine "Seal Skin" Plush Capes,
handsomely braided, with high Thibet
collar, only ?5.
Big value iq Ladies' Fine Rlack Cloth
Jackets, ii beauty, all sizes, ?10 each.
Rouuh Rlack Cheviot Jackets--the
usual $5 kind?here only $4.
Table-Linen Remnants and Mill Ends?A large lot Remnants and Mill Ends, fine and me?
dium grades, Table-Linen Damasks. Housekeepers will find this well worth their at?
tention. Lengths range from two to four yards.
A lovely Rlack Cloth Cape, trimmed
with straps of same, only $5, well worth
Hultlod Muslin ('attains for bed rooms
and dining rooms, .) 1-2 yards long, $1.30
and ?1.50 pair
Silver Grey Menno Wool Ribbed Vests
and Rants Tor ladies, silk trimmed, one
hall wool. onl> 50c.
Great value in Ladies' Heavy Jersey
Ri't bed Vests and Pants, heavily fleeced
?a good match for the usiili1 50a grades
?only 37 1 2c.
Two r ases Ladies' Vests and Pants, ex?
cellent quality, Jersey Ribbed aud
Dress Trimmings?Jet Fronts and
Yokes, 80c, $1, ?1 50, $2, 42.23, $2.50 and
Braided Vest Ftonts, $1.75, jJ2 and
Braided Waist Sets, 50c, 7.ric, SOc,
$1.25, $l.?l>, ?2, and ?2 25.
Some.very choice thing* in two tom-.d
Novelty DresiGoods,at,u7L2c wouldn't
bo high p'rlced at 50c.
Medicated Scarlet Vest and Pants, f^r
ladies, all wool, only 75c.
For School Dresses our 'ill inch Cloth
Suiting is unexcelled; will wash like
muslin; 05 pieces just received, all colors
and absolutely all wool, 25c
Frog?. 10c, 12 12c, 15c, 17c, 19c, 25o,
nun 33c each
English Worsted Cheviot* in black,
green, brown and navy, 51) inches wide,
( nly 70c. well worth $1
Wid- Wale Bl ick Lbeviots, quite the
style, 4? inch, 50K
Choice Two-toned Cheviots it
diagonal and granite weaves. 48
One Case Men's Unlaundored Shirts,
white with Percalo front*, usual value
40c?a great big bargain at 2"ie.
\ Pretty Dress (Shirt, laundered, white
with colored front, actual value 02 l-2c,
here it is for 39o,
!00 dozen Men's Linen Collars, guar?
anteed 20?0 Linen J?lich collars as you
pay the other dealer 17c for?all the new
Fur Collarettes, genuine^ Krimmer,
Imitation Krimmer Collarettes, only
Combination Seal and Astrakhan Col?
larettes, $7.50 und $10 each.
Real Astrakhan Collarettes, $5:
Real Skunk Collarrettes, $5.W
Electric Seal Collarrettes, ?2.50, $2.75
Four bargains in 3-4 Napkins, all linen
and full bleached, extra valt-is, $1.121-2,
$1 50, ?2 and $3.75. dozen.
Something handsome in
n-r Napkins, at $4 and $5
these, they are beauties.
Runrding bouse keepers should see
these. Extra heavy German Napkins,
dice patterns, dinner size, half bleach,
for wear they are everlasting, $1.25 per
RlacK Worsted Cheviots, 42 inch, SOc.
Give us a Call.