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To show our Fall Liues of
Dress Goods, Silks, Clonks,
Capes, Table Linens and
Fall Underwear for Men,
Women and Chil?
Our Sales Last Week Proved Our
Arc you aware that our underwear will
outwear >n wear auy underwear sold else
00 dozen White and Natural Jersey
Ribbed (lieeced ilned) vests 28c. each;
pants to match.
00 dozen Ladies' Egyptian Rihhed
Real Maco Fleeced Lined Vest, 00c each;
pants to match.
20 dozen Ladies' Combinatio.i Suits,
fit any form, seamless, 00c suit.
1 case "Onieta" Misses' Combination
Suits (lieeced lined), 30c suit.
25dozen "AxtordCut" Ladies' Ribbed
Combed Yarn Vests, $1 euch; pants to
20 dozen Ladies' Medicated Wool Vests
(unshrinkable), ?1 each.
1 case Mea's Heavy Natural Color
Shirts, superior quality, 85c each; draw?
er* to mutch.
No. 1050 "Improved" extra finish Men's
Nal?rn't Wool Shirts, OOe each; drawers
No. 1400 Special Finish White Wool
Shirts (the kind that wears well), Ol)c
each; drawers to match,
1 case Men's Fine All-Woo! Medicated,
Sanitary, and Merino Wool Shirts and
Drawers, made from combed yarn, urn
dyed, $1 per garment.
The Fall Show of New Dress Goods.
1 lot Fancy Mixed 32-incb Novelty for
Scboul DresseB, 10c a yard.
1 lot Fancy All-Wool 30-inch Suitings,
25c a yard.
1 lot Changeant Two-Toned 40-inch
Novelties, 25c a yard.
1 lot Solid Colors and Fancy Mixed
Flannels, all woof 20c a yard.
1 lot 36-inch Broche All-Wool Bulling,
85c a yard.
1 lot 40-inch Ettamine Effects in Col?
ored Novelties, B0c a yard,
1 lot 38-inch Faucy Seed Effects, solid
colors, Otic a yard. ,
1 lot 00 inch Navy Blue All-Wool Di?
agonal Stripes, 05c ;i yard.
1 lot02-incll All-Wool Colored Storm
Serges, 75c a yard.
Stray Values From the Black
1 lot 34-1 uch Plain and Figured Black
Dress Entires, 20u a yard.
1 lot 30-inch All Wool Black Flannel,
20e a yard.
I lot 40-inch Faucy Raised Effect Black
Novelty Fabrics, 20c n yard.
1 lot. 33-inch Black Sicilian and Mo?
hair, 25c a yard.
1 lot 38-inch Black. Storni Serges, 20c
1 lot 38-inch Black Figured Serges,
silk finished, -lOn a yard.
1 lot 52-inch All-Wool Black Ettamine,
75c a yard
Cloaks, Gapes and . Skirts.
The garments mentioned here arc; but
specimen nuggets from a mine chuck
full of them.
Visit Vuv IDepurimeiit and
Strike It Rich.
1 lot Black Kersey Capes, trimmed
with braid and edued with fur, $2.50
1 lot Black Cloth Cents, double
stitched and hound seams, a perfect
beauty, $3.25 each.
1 lot Black Cheviot (..'oats, shield iront,
deep storm collar, perfect fitting, $3.75
1 lot Fancy Melton Coats, handsomely
Btitched, storm collar, $8.50 each.
1 lot. Beaver ('oats, velvet trimmed
fly front, storm collar, $5.50 each.
1 lot Kersey Capes, trimmed with silk
frogs, braid and jet heading, $0 each.
1 lot Cheviot Capes, heavily trimmed
with braid and ast radian, $0 each
1 lot Black Astrachan Capes, real cur?
ly, lined through und through, .$1 each.
Latest Millinery ideas adopted. Best
French designs accurately reprodueid.
The Hat is the finishing adorning touch
to the feminine ensemble. It is a very
Important matter, and in its functton'as
an artistic climax to modern attire takes
first place among the articles of apparel
In the feminin?! mind. So we inv'te you
to examine our millinery, and let us con?
vince you that we can surely earn not
only your trade and jiar.ron.ige, but your
earnest gratitude as well.
Table Linens.Towels, Napkins, Etc,
Make it a point to examine our lines
mentioned, and try to match the values.
1 dozen sets8-10 Pure Whitsand Fancy
Border Cloths, napkins to match, $2.25
2 dozen sets 8-10! Pure Dresden Flax
Table Cloths, napkins to match, $2.50 a
i dozen sets 8-10 extra quality Cover,
napkins to match, pure linen.$1 a set
0 pieces 54-iuoh Dura Linen Table
Damask (for this week), 20c a yard.
C piece-* OS-inch Pure Linen Table
Damask (superior quality), 30c a yard.
0 pieces Turkey Red Dnmask,?fnst col?
or, full width, 20c a yard.
1 case 48.\20-inch Turkish Towels," a
regular surpries, for 12Ac each.
0 pieces Tan Ground Table Linen, with
white clover-It af figures, 30c. a yard.
1 case 18x80-inch Pure Lineu Hack
Towels, washed ready for use, 10c each.
1 case Barnsley Huck Towels, large
size, extra heavy, 12Ac each.
0 pieces Turkey Red Damasd with
green flmires, a new Importation, fast
colors, 30c a yard.
Eor this week we offer an All-Wool 11
4 Wanket for $3. See window display.
26 Salem Ave
25 Campbell Ave.
Royal make* tho food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
roval flAKixo powtieu co.. New vonx.
OME LOCAL NEWS
served hot with whipped
creiun only nt
wood! W'jodii wood::;
For PINE or OAK wood?by the CORD
or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKING
STOVES or in BLOCKS FOR HEAT?
ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS
& CO., 21V f Riem avenue. Their belled
teams are always ready t<> deliver it.
Virginia Carriage Factory No. 40!)
Henry street, opposite P. O. Headquar?
ters for ail hinds of repair work.
For good bread and pastries use
HYGIENE PATEN T.FLOUR, manufac?
tured by Roanoke Gr? eery and Milling
Company. Wholesale Grocers and Mer?
Fur only three days we are offering
sp?cinl rates to Petersburg, Norfolk and
Huntington. S. B. PACK & CO., Bro?
kers. Members A. T. B. A.
FOR RENT.?Three nice rooms suita?
ble for light housekeeping. Apply to M.
H. JENNINGS, ?IU Church street, s. w.
I MAKE CAPES and do all kinds o'
sewing and repairing CHEAP. Miss
Fanny Fulwider, 417 Commerce street,
corner of Lurk.
WILL PLAY AT THE FA IB.
Tho Roanoke Machine Works Orches?
tra left yesterday for Winston to play at
the fair that is In progress in that city.
They were^to have gone on Wednesday,,
but owing tb the shew which was to have
been at the Academy Thursday night
they could not go.
BECAME DEEPLY ENGROSSED.
Yesterday morning while 1). M. "Taylor,
<'. I). Marston and w. C. Rader were
bidding their fond adieus to a yonng
lady who left on No. fi they became so
fascinated ind engrossed that they did
not. notice that they were bei tut borne
swiftly away on the vestibule. When
the train got somo distance up the road
they became cognizant of where they
were, but alas it was too late and they
were forced to go speeding on to Salem,
where they alighted, being" wiser but
THE CHAINLESS COLUMBIA.
Everybody Is interested in the chain
less bicycle. The Roanoke public will
have an opportunity to test the merits of
the chain'ess Columbia on to-day at the
store of E. S. Green, Salem avenue,
when Mr. C. E. Wheeler, rapresenting
the Pope Manufacturing Company, will
be there to exhibit and explain the
superiority of this bicycle. See ad, first
column on first page.
DR. PRICE'S LAST LECTURE.
Dr. Price delivered his last lecture to a
largo and representative acdience last
night <m tho subject of "Spiritualism."
If possible the doctor was more eloquent
than usual and held 'his audience in a
trance of wonder and delight. Ho de?
livered a strong argument in favor of all
the phases of psychology, and portrayed
iu a vivid manner the good resu'ts that
could be accomplished by it. Dr Price
closed with a very eloquent appeal to the
ladies to quit ruling their children with
f he red, but to form a ladies' class and
he would show them bow they could at?
tain better results by ruling with love.
Notice was given that the gentlemen's
class would meet in Iiis room in the
Ponce de Leon Hotel this morning at 0
o'clock and after making a few success?
ful experiments the audience was ?1 i.-i
A LUCKY ROANOKKR
The East Rid ford Republiken says:
W. H. .lohnson, train dispatcher for
the Norfolk and Western, has resigned,
being succeeded by Mr. Gray bill, of Roa?
REMEMBER the Nelms Coal Company
sells the very best block stove wood. Sio
ad. on page 4.
Beginning on November 10th I will
offer for sale at public auction my stock
of goods. Sale will continue from day to
day until the entire stock is sold.
10 20 4w 12S Salem avenue.
Q CHEST PROTECTORS for
t^Men, Women and Children,
There wero no cnsea of any Importance,
though there was one very interesting
case, in the police court yestordny. A
young white men was fiu?d $0.00 for be?
ing drunk and disorderly. Mary Halt, a
white girl, charged with the larceny of a
gold watch valued at $25, was lined $5.
Two cases were continued and then the
case against Harry Jack for fighting was
called and thereby hangs a tale. It will
be remembered by our readers ^that Mr.
Jack was oh urged with lighting simply
because he witnessed a light between Os?
car Ooodwlu and a man named Mathuws.
Three witnesses were called in and testi?
fied that Mr. Jack had his hand iu his
hip pocket and told two of them that
they should not iuterfero with Goodwin.
Mr. Jack testified that he had no hip
pockets In the trousers he woro that night
and as he was wearing them at the time
ho showed the court that ho did not. Mr.
Jack having uo witnesses submitted his
case and Justice Wood said that in hin
opinion the case of assault had been
made out and Jack was lined $5, from
which he took an appeal, giving bond to
the amount of $20.
A GOOD EXHIBITION.
Harry Starr began a series of exhibi?
tions with the "McFadden Trainina
Outfit" last night at the Fish burn Co.'s
store and will continue them for ten
days to show the advantages of this ma?
chine ns a physical traiuer for those who
have not time for outdoor recreation.
The machine is a simple one aud can be
used In any ordinary sized room, giving
all the benefits to he derived from the
most complete gymnasium. Mr. Starr's
exhibition snowed hew much can be done
with it, and with how little time one
ir.nj keep in good, physical condition. It
is well worth anyone's time to see hint
goUhrotigh the many exercises which can
? be gotteu from the "outfit."
HONOR ROLL OF HIGH SCHOOL.
The following is the honor roll of the
city high school for the week ending
Friday, November 0. Only students who
attain a grade of 00 in their classes and
who have not been late to school or ab
sent and who have been perfect, in de?
portment can be on this toll: Senior)
Class, Willie Stone, Alleen Eley and
Jennie Guerrant: Intermediate ("lass,
James Stone and Lillie Booth; Introduc?
tory Glass No. 1, Frank Hoard; Introduc?
tory Class No. 2, Allan Christian, Ola
Wooten, Marie Boon and Gordon Dunn.
Pure Pork Sausnire, Liver Pudding
and Scrappel at stall No. 20, city mar?
ket. II. Hock makes it?so it is good,
and you will say so if you try it. One
trial makes a steady customer.
Services at the Fourth Avenue Christian
Church to-morrow conducted by the
pastor, Rev. Ira W. Kitnmel, who will
till his pulpit, hfter a two weeks' illness.
Subject in the morning, "Interest of the
Individual in Themselves." At night
the pastor will take up a neglected pulpit
topic, namely, "Future Punishment;
Does it Exist!' Its Nature and Condi?
tions." All the members and friends of
the church are urged to bo present at
At Lee Street M. E. Church there will
be preaching morning and niuht. Sub?
ject in the morning, "The White Horse
and His Rider." All lovitol M. P.
CAMEL HAIR COMP L E X 1 O N
BRUSHES. Every well groomed woman
should have one of these brushes. Their
introduction is of recent date and they
are fast supersedim/ all other methods
for imparting a healthy glow to the com?
plexion. Pure 50c, 7?c and $1 at Mos?
Go to the Virginia Carriage Factory to
get your buggies and wagons repaired.
All goods left* with nve on or before
September 1, 1807, and not having been
attended to up *o date will lie sohl at my
next unction on court day at Fincastle,
November 8. 1SU7.
1 Jefferson street, Roanoke. Va.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cent?;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets. $1. J.
,T. Catogni's restaurant.
New Citron, Currants and Seedless
Raisins for fruit cake, at CATOGNl'S.
jj? If you want a bargain in whee's
call on us this week Bicycles at.
^w.nyimi' own price. $5 Tnlly-Ho
iMf Lamps $2,25; "Grafo"' chain Lu
Hl brlcnnt. best made, in cents. $1.50
IK foot pumps at 05 cents; $5 Christy
#** saddles at $3 50; $5 Search Light
Lamps $3.50; $8 Twentieth Cou
tury Lamps $2.10. Kcdaks, $5 tosl?.
ItOANOKE CYCLE GO ,
108 Salem Avenue s. w.
Examine the Virginia Carringo Facto?
ry's, buggies before buying. Office No.
400 Henry street.
Brant if ul baskets, new and cheap.
THE Fidelity and Deposit. Compnny of
Maryland Is the largest Southern bond
company. Assets, $2.301,200.12. Bonds
can be given in ten minutes. Rates very
low. The largest fire companies in the
world represented. CHARLES LUNS
FOR1) & SONS. Agent?, oflice corner
Campbell and Jefferson.
THK OTHER SIDE.
What i?omn of tho Doctors Hnvo to Say
on the Subject.
A great deal of comment has been
raised by an article which appeared in
ysterday s issue of The Times accusiug
the physicians of this city Df being dere?
lict lu their duty as to tho reporting of
cases of contagious diseases to the board
-of health. Not wishing to do any one an
in justice a Times reporter had interviews
with several physicians yesterday on the
S'Mjject and among them were some who
had recently been summoned before the
police justice for this offense.
The first physician Interviewed stated
that be had been one of those unfortu
nates who were summoned up before
Justice Wood and that he had reported
any number of cafes to the board of
health, but that that body had done noth?
ing in regard to them, so he got tired of
it anil stopped. He also said that he
could show by his books that his state?
ments were irue.
Auother physician stated that bell Ml
the same iroubk, but that he had not
stopped eeruling in his reports. In re?
tard to tho board of health, and espe?
cially tho president of it, he said he did
not blame them in tho least for the way
in which they acted, as it was n ore than
could be expected of any one man or any
three men that they should give up their
practice and attend to tho sanitary con?
dition of tho city, and see that all per?
sons sick with contagious diseases were
entirely isolated, and that the premises
were properly disinfected, without any
remuneration. He said that the only
way, in his opinion, to better the exist?
ing conditions was for the city council to
make the position of president of the
board of health a salaried one. In this
way the president of the board could be
held responsible fcr any dereliction of
Iu an interview with a former member
of the board of health that gentleman
sai<". th.it physicians reporting bad
blanks with spaces to be 11 lied out con?
cerning the dis'nfcet.tuts that were being
used and the sanitary condition, of the
premises of any one sick with a conta?
gious dhense, and that when they were
filled out anu the president of the board
found out that the sanitary condition
was good, that the patient was isolated
and ?hat the proper disinfectants were
being used. He, of course, had nothing
more to do in the matter ami that it was
only in cases otherwise reported that he
was expected to take any steps.
V ILL BE MARRIED.
'The East Kndford Republican says:
Cards are out announcing the marriage
of Miss Mamie Shepherd, formerly of our
city, but now of Roanoke, to Herbert
Cofer, of Norfolk.
AGAIN A PRISONER.
John H. Gose, sergeant of Bristol, ar?
rived in tho city yesterday, having in
charge Wm. Bondurnnt, the; noted jail
breaker. Bondurant bioke jail here some?
time iu August and was captured some?
time ago at Ceredo, W. Va., from which
place he was taken to Bristol, where he
was wan".ec forhouscbreaking. Histrial
emits oil on Wednesday and he was con?
victed of larceny and sentenced to six
months' imprisonment. Bondurant was
brought here from Montgomery county
for safe keeping and since breaking out
of jail 1 ere bad done the same thing
at severa! places.
OFF TO THE COAL FIELDS.
J. K. F. Steele,'.I. O. Hewitt and C.
G. Mctsgar, of Brnmwell, W. Va., who
bave'been in the city for several days, re?
turned to their homes yesterday. These
gentlemen are 'arge coal operators and
were in the city iu the interests of their
Yesterday L. S. Davis, agent, gave S.
K. Bitter man a check for !*5(it) from the
New York Underwriters Fire Insurance
Company in full payment for his policy
on his furniture ami household goods
which were destroyed by lire on the night
of the IStb of October.
NEW COLONIAL STYLE.
The very latest design new colonial up?
right Jewett piano just received by Hob?
ble Piano Company to-day. This is with?
out doubt the ham'somest piano ever
lirougnt to this city. It is well worth
see'ng as well as hearing.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents:
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets) f-l. J.
J. Catogill's restaurant.
Don't mis- the Dress Goods Sale at
Knock's Bazaar, 3?! Salem avenue.
REMOVAL W. M Franklin, the
jeweler, has moved his shop from b1^ 1 2
Commerce street to 200Commerce street.
Wem ung's bicycle shop, nt which place
I WOUld like to see my ptltrOU3.
FOR PALE?NICE TRUCK FARM.
Good truck farm, 1 mile south of
city, (known ai the Cyphers farm) excel?
lent frame dwelling of 11 rooms, all ill
good order. Large barn. This tract con?
tains about Sj acres in high state of
cultivation and abundantly watered.
Will rent this property monthly, subject
to sale Apply to
T. E, B. HARTSOOK, Sole Agent.
When Waiting for the Cars
WAIT HEBE. We do not want any?
one to have any hesitancy about making
himself at home In our store. It Is a
cosy place, and the more Xou come in the
more you like it. Our telephone Is at
your service, and errand boy: likewise
chairs, schedules, and every other con*
vealence that could be thought, of. You
are heartily welcome to any of these'at
ii. ?. it a at m:s.
?'He Pats Cp Prescriptions,"
Dimes' Corner. Opposite Passenger
With your friends. Ask
them if the well-dressed
man isn't always aeeorded
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 nie durable, work?
manship 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 tit 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 and heavy. Trices range
from $5 to $JK). Von don't have to buy the tirst one
2 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 and good, lion
est cloth, you'll not be satisfied until you own one of
^ them. Each and every one bears our label, and you
?S5? know what thai means?SATISFACTION OR YOUR
Clothiei and Furnisher,
Campbell Avenue ami Je Ho thou Street.
34 Salem Avenue.
PRESS GOODS SALE.
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
colors, 1 fie.
1 lot Plain Navy and Black Serges and Henriettas, 19c.
25 pieces Plaids. Fancy Boucles and Plain Flannels,
in the latest effects, 30 and 40 inches wide. 25c.
1 lot of Plain and Fancy 50-inch Suitings, in all the
latest colorings, 35c.
The latest effects in Plain. Fancy and Co vert Cloths, 50c.
New Styles in French and English Dress Patterns,
s7 the pattern.
Broadcloths in all colors. 7.V and $1.00.
CLOAKS AND CAPES.
We are showing one of the bes1
lilies of Cloaks and Capes ever
brought to Roanoke, among them
Plush and Cloth Capes, Plain and
Fancj Cloaks, which we offer cheap
er than the same quality can be
bought for elsewhere.
Lot No. i, 95c.
Lot No. 2, $1.69.
Lot No. $2.69.
Lot No. 4, $3.69.
Lot No. 5, $4.75.
These hang well and are well
made in every way.
MILLINERY,?Tins department is complete, con?
sisting of tlie latest creations in Paris Styles. Pattern
Hats, Bonnets and Toques, Alpines, Sailors and Tarn
o'Shanters. Prices for trimmed and untrimmed hats
more reasonable than elsewhere.
Endless variety of Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, ITo
siery, Underwear, Fancy Good9 and Notions.
ENOCK'S BAZAAR, 34 Salem avenue, ?