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Skiita on flro with torturing, disfiguring,
itching,burning, blooding,scaly,nnd pimply
humors, instantly relieved by a warm bath
?with Clticuiia Soap, astnplo application of
Ccticcra (ointment), tho great skin euro,
wild a full doso of Cuticura Rksolvext.
In tolil thronrhout the world. Pottir D. A C. Coir., Sols
Props., Uoiton. ?? How loCurt Torturing Humor?." In c.
RARV'Q QlflM Scalp and Hilr purified ?nd Qnu
DAD I O OMpJ tiOfd by Cuticura 8o*r.
EDWARD JETER, REPORTER.
Will Shaver, a colored youth, was ar?
rested Sunday by Policeman Johnson on
a warrant for fighting and yesterday
morning was fined $2.50 by the mayor.
Miss Mabel Brown, of Bedford City, is
visiting che family of Daniel Preston.
Miss Addle Stewart, of Roanoke. is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Agee, at her
home on Chestnut street.
Mrs. Faley and her daughter, of Xew
Orleans, who hnvo been stopping at the
Du.al House during the summer, left
Sunday morning for their Southern
Ephrlnm Cary, a colored youth, well
known in Salem, died Sunday morning
and was burled yesterday.
J. A. Thornason nnd M. P. Huff left
last night for Baltimore.
Jno. B. BasVerville, of Pulaskl City,
father of W. \\. Baskerville, is on' a visit
to his sen and his family at his home in
Mrs. Mnrtha Jacobs, of Bedford,
mother of Street Foreman Agnew, after
a visit of several weeks to her son and
hlB family.returned Sunday to htr home.
Miss Lottie Griflin, of Bedford City, is
tbe guest of Miss Sadie Covett at the
home of Councilman W. B. Bowles.
An interesting service, (ras held Sun?
day night by the missionary society of
the Lutheran Church. R.VVV. KIme de?
livered the address of the evening.
Rev. H. C. V. Campb-U left yesterday
for Peaksville, Bediord county, where he
will preach for a week before returning
to his charge here.
D. B. Stiouse left yesterday for a busi?
ness trip to New York city.
Dr. J. .7. Shanks has returned from
Crockett Springs,where he has been ie3i
dent physician during the past summer.
G. J. LIgon and bride, nee Lome, of
Detroit, Mich., returned to Salem yester?
day evening and will in future live at
Mr. Ligou's home place on East Main
Yesterday while Johnston Brop. were
threshing millet for O. D. Oakey near
the passenger station a spark from thu
engine ignited a wagon loud of millet.
So sudden was the conflagration that, the
harness had to be cut froni the horses
and tbe millet and the wagon were com?
pletely destroyed. Mr. Oukey's loss is
about $00. _
COQUE BOAS AT 10c.
"*25 dozen children's Coqne Boar, regu?
lar price 50c, to go this week at 10c.
PAbiAIS ROYAL, 101 Salem avenue.
BONAPARTE WANTS OFFICE.
A Kinsman of Napoleon Wishes to
Baltimore, Nov. 8.?Iu tho list of can?
didates for the United States Senate to
succeed Mr. Gorman, a man whom mr.ny
knowing politlcans tHuk will carry off
the honor is scarcely mentions1 for the
place. He is Charles J. Bonaparte, the
well known Baltimore lawyer and re?
former, and grand-nephew of Napoleon
tho Great. A few weeks ago, when tho
campaign In Baltimore city was iu seri?
ous shape because of no funds, Mr. Bona?
parte is said,to have come to the rescue
with tho uceded $25,000, nfter othot
Senatorial aspirants had refused to put
down a cent.
Mr. Bonaparte is known to have the
Senatorial hee in his hat. He is uo half?
way man, nnd the delivery of the money,
It is reliably stated, was made with the
explicit understanding that the manage?
ment was to throw him its support for
the senntorship. This means that Mr.
Bonaparte will have sure the twenty-one
legislative votes of Baltimore city, and
likely all others that can he commanded
by th< management.
Maj. Alexander Shaw, who is now be?
ing prominently mentioned for the place,
had a chance to put up the $25,000, J but,
it is said, llatly refused. It is known
that two years ago before the election ho
was offered the Senatorshin if he would
put $-10,000 into the campaign ? oc the
eastern shore. He refused, saying it was
a forlorn hope, and Postmaster General
Gaiy, it is claimed, did likewise. As
neither did anything and the fight was
won without the money, Chairman Wel?
lington thought he would gobble up the
prize himself. When Shaw ran for
mayor of Baltimore the managers wanted
him to put up ?80,000. Instead he con?
tributed *5.000 and was defeated by 0.000
HOTEL BURNED BY FIREBUGS.
St. Aueustine, Nov. 8.?The Hotel San
Marco, one of the^finest and most; com?
modious hotel properties in this city,was
burned to the ground yesterday morning,
entailing a loss of about $250,000, with
less than $50,000 insurance. The fire was
the work of incendiaries.
Malaga Graoes, direct from Spain, at
jj is for women's diseases and irregu
s larities. It euros everything that is
. commonly called a "female trouble."
V It acts directly upon all the distinctly
,i feminine organs of generation, driv
i ing out weakness and imparting
j' Btrength; stopping unnatural drains,
?j and regtdating the monthly flow
> in every instance. It makes* sickly
9 and weakly women strong and well
I again. $1 a bottle at drug stores.
<? Send for a free book about it.
I^TheBradfieldRegulatorCo., Atlanta, Ga.
FOR WEAK MEN
OF ALL AGES
NO MONEY IN ADVANCE. Won?
derful appliance und scientific rem?
edies uout on trial to any reliable
niati. A world-wldo reputation back of
this offer. Every obstnelo to happy married
lifo removed. Full Blri*iigth, development
and tono Riven to every portion of tho body.,
Failure impossible; ago no barrier.
No C. O. D. 6Ct?enie.
ERIE MEDICAL CO*Marc??
PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
Working Daj- anil Night Making Steel
Reading, Pn., Nov. 8.?As part of the
busy preparations for war the Carpenter
Steel Works, in this city, was kept rua
ning day and night last week turuiag
out steel projectiles for battleships and
for harbor aud coast defence. By work?
ing the factory double turn it Is expected
the concern will be able to meet the
Government's demands as they were pre?
sented at the time that the contract was
It is understood that in a few days a
number of United States officers will
visit the works to inspect the projectiles
anil leave orders as to their ile.-t ination.
PLATT IS BKA TEN.
Troy, N. Y.. Nov. 8.?Unless all signs
fail the Republican State organization
will not be able to organize the general
assembly in 18U8.
TRIMMED HATS AT HALF TRICK.
All our imported hats and bonnets will
be sold at a great sacrifice this week;
come and take your pick, as tho prices
are cut in half for this week only.
PALAIS ROYAL. 101 Salem avenue.
Tho fae- S7
simile >*Tr ,, rr^ ? ls m
Send your address to H. K. Bucklen &
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of their merits. Thpso
pills are easy in action and are particu?
larly effective in the cure of cmstipatiou
antl sick headache. For malaria and
liver troubles they have been proven in?
valuable. Tney are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to be purely vegetable.
They do uot weaken by their action, but
by giving tone to the stomach and bowels
trreatlv invigorate the system. Regular
size 25c per box. Sold by Mnssie's Phar?
3reakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, |vL J.
J. Catoijui's restaurant
Fresh lot of Oranges from sunny Italy
?sweet?just received at CATOGNI'S.
The up to-date assortment of Cloaks
and Capes at Knock's Bazaar is worth
your inspection. Their Plush Capo at
$3.98 and Astrachan Cape at $3.48 are
unusual bargains. Their lower and
higher numbers are equally reasonable in
New Nuts just received at CATOG?
Go to the Radforcl Steam Lauudrv for
OLD FA PICKS for sale at The Times
office. Good for putting under carpets.
PEACH ICE CREAM, made from the
frssh fruit, at CATOGNI'S.
~^CHICAGO PRODUCK MARKET.
Chicago, Nov. 8.?The leading fu?
tures ruuged aa follows:
Wheat? Open. Close.
DR. CADY'S CONDITION POW
DERS are just what a horse needs when
in bad condition. Touic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Thev are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents
per package. For sale by H. C. Barnes.
"He puts up prescriptions."
Don't mist the Dress Goods Sale at
Knock's Ba/.aar, 34 Salem avenue.
Bicycle given away free. Goods cheaper
than ever. Gravatt's Fair, 0 Salem ave
Fresh supply Velvet Candy id packages
?10c, 15o and 25c boxes, at OATOi-rNPS!
"Give mo 'phone 11(5 or i(l()?NELMS
"Say, Nelina, 1 want to talk to you
about; that NICE. CLEAN COAL, you
are getting and selling."
It is this way: When we bur Coal we
RCt*as your advance agents. We insist
upon getting the best and, as we know
the difference between good and poor
Coal, we get the best. So do you il you
buy from us.
NELMS CCAL CO ,
OOice 104 Jefferson street,
National Exchange Building.
OUR REPUTATION . . .
is as much a guarantee of the value of
the jewelry and silverware we sell you as
"sterling" is a guarantee that the silvet
is 025-1000 Hue. The silversmitn'sstamp
merely vouches for the quality of the
ware. Our name insures you the pick of
the latest aud most artistic designs. It
warrants the belief that you have receiv?
ed your mcney'a worth. See our styles.
L. VOIGT, JR.,
104 SALEM AVENUE.
HIGH ART I
Is the Grade of Clothing We
Handle at Moderate Prices.
Finely tailored, equal
to custom make, perfect?
ly finished with the best
trimmings, and they fit to
perfection. The fabrics
are the latest in plaids,
in the newest shades,
$6.50, $8.50, $10?pay
up to $20. Don't pass us
by when considering the
purchase <>f an Overcoat
tor yourself or boy; 'twill
be money in your pocket.
Elegant Kerseys in the
newest shades, $6.50 up
Stormy weather Mack?
intoshes form an impor?
tant feature of our sloek.
All new, all fresh, nil re?
liable goods. Prices
ranee from ?8 to $ 15.
Men's and Boys' Underwear.
We show an exceptionally strong line of
Men's Shirts and Drawers in all the newest
shades?Scarlet, Tan, and Natural "Wool.
Prices range from 25c up to $2.50.
Bring that boy in for his new suit. A
great stock to select from. OUR PRICES
ALWAYS UNDER OTHERS.
Philadelphia One-Price Clothing House,
?MANUKACTUKKHS AND DBALBKS IN?
Mouldings, Brackets, Shingles, Laths, Lime, Cement, Plaster,
Hair, Bricks, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc.
Office 1 lO Campbell St. 'Phone 174.
TO OUR N
PRICES IN THE CLOAK
We must clear our stock of
Cloaks within the next 20 days.
The room they occupy will have
to be vacated; therefore, we are
compelled to place such prices on
the entire stock which will in?
terest everybody and move them
quickly. Persons who usually
wait until later in the season to
buy Cloaks should take advantage
of this greatly reduced price sale.
All this week
and for the
150 Ladies' Jackets.
100 Cloth Capes.
50 Plush Capes.
100 Misses' .! ackets.
All to go at Cut Prices.
?s Jackets for #5.75.
?10 Jackets for ?7.98.
$12 50 Jackets for $9 75
?15 Jackets for ?11 08
LADIES' FINE CLOTH CAPES.
?5 Capes for ?3 99
?8 Capes for ?5 75
?10 Capes for ?7 08
?12 50 Capes for ?0 75
?15 Capes for ?11 50
PLUSH A!D VELOUR CAPES.
$6 50 Capes at ?4 25
?s 50 Capes at ?5 75
?10 Capes at ?7 98
?15 Capes at ?1 1
?18 Capes at ?14 75
?25 Capes at ?18 50
?30 Capes at ?22 50
?(*> 50 Jackets, 12 to 18
years, at ?4 99
?8 Jackets at ?5 75
?10 Jackets at ?7 08
?12 Jackets at ?0 08
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