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26 Salem Ave
25 Campbell Ave.
\Ve invite an inspection of
our Special Reduction Sale,
beginning Monday morning,
November 8th, and lasting one
The grand march of the most auperb
silk exhibition is on. Look or buy. Look
nt bast, and see what the silk world has
produced this season. Pretty and dainty
designs of Fancy Two-Toned Brocaded
$1 Black Brocades, this week 05c n
Black All Silk Peau do Soie, $1.10
value, 75c a vartl.
Special All Silk Black Faille, $l^value,
23 inches wide Black Satin Duchese,
actual worth Si.25, 85o a yard.
Solid and Figured Taffeta S>lk, actual
worth $1.25, ??c a yard.
New effects ami colorings in Human
Stripe Silks, from 75c. to $1.25 a yard.
The helping hand in Colored Dress
Goods has a g-ip on the prices that is in?
comparable. Any color or kind at the
kindest nrices that one could wish for?
25c a yard to $1: the former worth dou?
ble, the latter $1.35 wholesale.
Ladies' Wool Jersey Ribbed Vests
The remarkable stoiy is the best $1
ones for 50c a narment, *hite. or natural.
Only about twenty-live dozen in all.
Cotton, heavy ribbed, our u<mal 37Ac
grade, white or natural, vests or pants,
25c a garment.
Xc. Ill, Men's Heavy Random Silver
Orey Double Thread Shirts and Drawers.
This sale 85c a garment regular 50c
Xo. 511, Men's Merino Natural Wool
Shirts and Drawers, improved finish, 75c
gtade for 50c a garment.
Boys', Misses' and Children's
Special lot for this sale. Fast Black,
all sizes, 5 to OA, double knee, seamless,
spliced heel and toe, full fashioned, rib?
bed hose, extra heavy, to be sold for 10c
A Gathering of Gloves,
Of Good Gloves?
TIME-TRIED A.XD WEAR-TESTED
Two-buttoned Hlack, Brown, Red,
Modes and White Kids, heavy embroid?
ered backs, 70c?$1 grade.
We have dressed and undressed Kids
for !fl a pair, in all the new shades, lock
stitched, four button, heavy embroidered
T Ladies' Pure Wool Cashmere Stiff Top
Gauntlet, 25c a pair, for driving use.
Ladles', Children's and Misses' Fine
Cashmere Mittens, in black and colors,
15c a pair?25c urade.
Ladies1 Thibet Finish Cashmere Jeisey
<GIoves, guaranteed fast black, 25c a
pair, :>7?c grade.
During this sale wo will give to every
customer who buys a pair of our Lace
Curtains, from 75c a pair and up, an
Y)ak, Cherry or Walnut l'ole, with brass
fixtures complete, FREE.
One case French Eiderdown, all colors,
?for morning .Jackets and Children's
Cloaks. 25c a vard during this sale.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTABLES.
PRICES FOR THIS SALE ONLY.
Pure White Blankets, 11-4, pink and
blue border, for ?1? our $1.50 grnde.
1 case very fine 11-1 Blankets, $2.50
All-Wool 11-4 Virginia Blankets, $;i?
match them if you can.
Red Blankets "Waverly," 10-4 All
Wool, warranted both warp nnd fillinir,
Silver Grey Blankets, 11-4, 75c, worth
A perfect beauty for $1.50, worth dou?
ble the value.
Tho largest comfort in this city for
1O3, and better ones for 05c and 85c, and
still better for $1.25?worth c'ouble tho
The best OerniAn and Irish Table Dam
isks and Xapkins are to be had here.
Fill up tue Linen Closet now. Our
)rices?well, match them If you cau.
Stylish Cloaks, Capes, Millinery
or well dressed women. Are you corn
fig this week to U.ke a ghmnse at them:'
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome aod delicious.
RO*/At PAKINO POWOEB CO., NEW VOTOC
SOME LOCAL NEWS
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
For PINE or OAK wood?by the CORD
or by the LOAD?prepared for COOK I NO
STOVES or In BLOCKS FOR HEAT?
ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS
& CO., 219 S alem avenue. Their belled
teams are always ready to deliver it.
Virginia Carriage Factory No. 400
Henry street, opposite P. O. Headquar?
ters for aii kinds of repair work.
For good bread and pastries use
HYGIENE PAT E N T, F LOU R. manufac?
tured by Koanoke Greetry and Milling
Companv. Wholesale Grocers and Mer?
For only three days we are offering
special rates to Petersburg, Norfolk and
Huntington. S. B. PACE & CO., Bro?
kers. Members A. T. B. A.
I MAKE CAPES and do all kinds of
sewing and repairing CHEAP. Miss
Fanny Fu I wider, 417 Commerce street,
corner of Luck.
RIBBON SPECIALS THIS WEEK.
Wo place on sale a great purchase of
over 1.000 pieces of All Silk No. 00 aud
No. 100 Moire Tu (Tel a Ribbon, comprising
nil the tie h' 1N07 < olorings, iu the new
shades of Greens, Heliotropes, Browns,
Beds, etc.?IInest U5c Ribbons. Per
yard this week, 10c.
Six-inch Sash Bibbous, in all colors,
this week, Hoc.
PALAIS ROYAL, 101 Salem ave?
nue, M. Indorsky, proprietor.
The circuit court was In session only a
short while yesterday mornine, hearing
a few motions-. The jury which had beeu
summoned was discharged until Friday.
MR. KEENE'S TRIP.
Rev. W. D. Keene, pastor of Belmont
Methodist Church, returned Saturday
from Catawba, where ho had been assist?
ing Rev. G. W. Gray Pill in a protracted
meeiintr. Mr. Keene took advantage of
the abundant game in the Catawba
mountains, and he killed numerous
squirrels, rabbits and wild turkeys.
CASH CUT PRICES
in all patent medicines at Mnssie's
Carter's Little Liver Pills.28
Quinine Pills (1 and 2 grs.) doz. .05
2-quart Fountain Syringe.45
Paine's Celery Compound.72
All other patent medicines at
same rate. We will not be under?
sold. MASSIF'S PHARMACY.
There was a very an:all docket for
Monday morning in the police court yes?
terday, but for the most part the lines
were rather heavy. A white man paid
$10 for being drunk and resisting an
ollicer and another white man paid $2.00
for being drunk on the street. Aunie
Doss, a demi-monde, was fined $10 for
being drunk and disorderly and Man
Dickcrsou, of same type, was lined $5
for being disorderly. Eil. Johnson, col?
ored, was assessed $12.50 for carrying
concealed weapons and shooting in tho
city limits. Two cases against two
doctors for violating the city health
laws iu regard to reporting contagious
diseases were continued. Some of ?he
testimony in these enses was taken and
the case? continued until this morning
for further evidence. Fines were Im?
posed amounting to $40, of which
amount $12.50 was collected.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES!
The class in practical arithmetic and
the busiress men s gymuasium class
were phasantly opened yesterday evening.
The daily evening praise and prayer
service was held for ihe first time lust
nii(ht from 0:50 to 10 p. m., and will I e
a regular feat arts of the associat ion work
hereafter. The boys' gymnasium class
will meet to-day at 3:80 p. m , and the
young men's class at. 8 p. m. All mem?
bers interested in Bible study are re?
quested to meet in association parlor at
0 p. m. Wednesday night.
Lovino's Pure Olive Oil Castile Soap,
made in Turkey, 5c cake. Van Lear
CLOAKo AND CAPES.
We are making gieat reductions in
cloaks and capes this week; large stock
to select from and will nssure you to
save at lenst. 50 per cent, by buying here.
If you are in need of such come to see us
first before purchasing and save money.
We having nothing but the latest styles
out this season. PALAIS RO" AL, 101
Salem avenue, M. Indorsky, proprietor.
Oysters by the pint, quart or gallon at
REMEMBER theNelms Coal Company
sells tho very best block stove wood. Ste
ad. on page 4.
Beglnuing on November lGth I will
offer for sale at public auction my stock
of goods. Sale will continue from day to
day until the entire htocfc is sold.
10 20 4w 128 Salem avenue.
A HARVKST OF DEATH.
The Grim Messenger Invades Many
Miss R*?becca Austin clicd at the resi
denoe of R. P. Goad Sunday night. Fu?
neral services will Yo conducted from tho
residence. No. 110 Kirk avenue p. w., to?
day at 12:30 by Rev. T. J. Shlpmau,
after which the remains will be shipped
to Bedford on tl,i> noon train.
Henry, the two year-old hon of Thos.
Blankenship.dlcd at the tumily residence.
121? East Campbell avenue, on Sunday
afternoon of pneumonia. Tho funeral
services were held at the residence at 8
o'clock yesterday,after which tho remains
were interred in tho City Cemetery.
DEATH AT CAVE SPRING.
S. H. C. Greenwood died very suddenly
Sunday morning at 0 o'clock at his home
near Cave Spring, aged 78 ye?js. The fu?
neral took place yesterday at 3 p. ni. and
was conducted by Rev. W. -C. Camp?
bell, of this city, after which the remains
were interred in the family burying
ground. Mr. Greenwood was a very
prominent and popular farmo*. of the
county, where be had resided for many
yqars, and was highly respected in tho
community, haviim made many friends,
who sympathize with his wife and family
in this their great bereavement.
MR. BED BETTER'S FUNERAL.
The funeral of Samuel *A. Ledhetter,
who died Saturday afternoon at 4:10
o'clock from injuries received l>y jumping
from a moving Norfolk and Western
train ou October 20, tooK place Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Lawrence
Snead chapel. The services were con?
ducted hy Rev. L. (I. Broughton aud
Rev. T. J. Shipmau. The remains were
interred in Fairview Cemetery. Ho
leaves a wife and child and a mother,
three sisters and three brothers to mourn
his loss. He had been a resident of Roa?
noke for nine years.
'Tis bard to break the temh-r cord,
When love has bound the heart:
'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words,
Must, we forever part!'
Thouuh cast down we are not forsaken;
Though afflicted, not alone.
Thmi dids't g've aud Thou hast taken:
Blessed Lord. Thv will be done.
BY HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERfe.
Late Friday night as a freight train
was going through Big Bull tunnel, on
the Clinch Valley division near Coalmen,
W. Va., the train brooke loose and the
two sections ran together in the tunnel
and were wrecked and also knocked the
props ol the tunnel down and i great
part of it caved in on tlie train. Masses
of rock weighing many tons are on the
track, together with tho debris of the
wreck, und ail trallic is suspciu'.e l.-j Pass
engers, haggauo and mail are transferred
at that'point by a circuitous route of
about two and a half or three miles in
As low ns the lowest. Cash prices on
Hood's Sarsaparilla, 05c.
Fcrest Juniper Tar, 20c.
Pond's Extract, :'.(ic.
Paine's Celery Compound, 72c.
All Patent Medicines at lowest cut
prices. No one can undersell us. VAN
LEAR BROS., druggist, Roanoke, Va.,
and Vinton, Va.
WILL PLAY IN RICHMOND.
Fifteen members of the St. Albans
football team passed through tho city
yesterday on their way to Richmond,
where they will play the Richmond
College ''football team this afternoon.
They will play Hampden-SMney College
on Wednesday, aud expect to play the
Roanoke College team in this city on
Van Lear's Cold Capsules cure had
colds more quickly than any other reme?
dy, 2">c. Van Lear Bros., druggists.
HOTEL ARRI v'ALS.
Ponce de' Leon ? W. W. Applegarth,
.Tno. S. Witt, W. C. Carrington and W.
J. Hafher, of Lynchburg: 0. M. Pleas
ants, of Richmond: J. N. Garber. ol'Ilnr
risonburg, aud C. E. Wheeler, of Hart?
Hotel Roanoke?F. J. Washington.
Norfolk; F. R. Wadleigb. Radford: W.
G. Currin, Baltimore; .fa?. F. Hovey, of
Marietta, Ohio: C. M. French and S. 1).
Anderson, of Chicago.
St. James?V. White, of Sanford, Fla.:
.1. M. Shea, of Lynchburir: Harry O.
Locher, of Glasgow, and J. E. Campbell,
of Knoxville, Tenn.
Van Lear Bros offer an all-Havana
cigar for 5c, light color. It's a good one.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED 150 Plush
and Cloth Capes, also some Pretty
Jackets, from a trustee's sale. LATEST
STYLES. Ouatanteo to save von 50 pet
cent. Call early and get choice. R.
SCHILLER, 12 ...ilem avenue.
Go to the Virginia Carriage Factory to
get your buggies and wagons repaired.
All goods left with me on or before
September 1, 18il7, and not having been
attended to up ?o date will be sold at my
next auction on court day at Fiucastlc,
November 8, 15:117.
1 Jefferson street, Roanoke. Va.
New Citron, Currants and Seedle-s
Raisins for fruit cake, at CATOGNPS.
Examine the Virginia Carriage Facto
ry's buggies before buying. Office No.
409 Henry street.
Beautiful baskets, new and cheap.
THE Fidelity aud Deposit Company of
Maryland is the largest Southern bond
company. Assets, $2,301,290.12. Bonds
can be iriven in ten minutes. Rates very
low. The largest fire companies in the
world represented. CHARLES LUXS
FORD ft SONS, Agents, office corner
Campbell and Jefferson.
Barnes' Corner, Oppo;
W. 0. T. D.
A called meetinu of Stuart W. C. T. I*,
will be held to-met tow at 9 M o'clock.
All members are requested to bo tbetfo
promptly at that hour.
GRAND CONCERT by Roanoko
Choral Society, assisted by Gianuinl, the
peerless tenor. Mrs. McGuckln, the sweet
contralto, and Mr. W. Walley Davis a*
Acnilemy of Music, Thursday, Ncvem
ber IS. Tickets now on sale.
The first case taken up in the hustings
court yesterday was that of the common?
wealth vs. Bettle Webster, alias Rettie
Reese, charged with stealing goods valued
at $100 from Mrs. G. C. Van Zsndt. The
jury gave ber one year in tho peniten?
tiary. Ellen Deist riet was next tr'ed for
cutting Lee Semples? which resulted in a
line of $? bei Ii? imposed and a sentence
of ten days in jail for Ellen. The case of
Pink Edwards for maliciously assaulting
.Toe Daniels Is iu the hands of the jury,as
tho closing speeches weie finished late
YOIT CAN purchase all patont and
proprletory medicines at cost at Cbas.
Lylo's Cut Rate Drug Stores.
In our report of tho meeting of "The
Society of l?g Lick rMoueers," In Sun?
day's issue, wo nuintentiotia'ly made a
mistake as to who was the first cit y ser?
geant of Rig Lick. J. w. Gwaltney was
the Orst sergeant, instead of 1). M.
Armstrong, as piiuted.
BIG REDUCTION IN UNTH1MMED
hats this week. All our untrimmed hats
will be sold at almost half?large assort?
ment to select from. Our stock is com?
plete. You can ?et any new style out
this season, in all colors, at almost half
what others charge you. .Hats trimmed
free. PALAIS ROYAL, 101 Salem
avenue' M. Indorsky, proprietor.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH TEA.
There will be a parish tea held in the
parish building of St. John's Church
this evening from 5 to 7. There will be
a bowl for all voluntary contributions
toward the debt fund of the city. If the
weather is not favorable the tea will be
postponed until further notioe. All
members of the congregation are cor?
dially Invited to attend.
ALLCOCK'S PLASTERS. 10c.
Benson's Plasters, 25c.
At Chas. Lyle's Cut Rate Drug Stores.
THE FLOWER SHOW.
The la-lies are busily engaged in decor?
ating the rooms in which the flower show
will bo held on November 10, 11 and 12.
From present appearances the rooms will
present a scents of rare loveliness. The
booths in which cut (lowers, plants and
bulbs will he sold are gayly dtcorated
with flats and bunting and the music
stand is quite brilliant. When the plants,
which have already begun to arrive, are
all in position the building will present
a beautiful spectacle. It requires much
time and trouble to arrange for such an
exhibition, so the ladies hope to be en?
couraged by a full attendance. The ex?
hibition will surpass that of last year.
WHEN CHOOSING f Tarn O'Shunter
bear in mind that 70c. grades are re?
duced to 25c. Those lately $1 being 40c.
When we make people feel uood about
prices, it's easy enough to enthuse them
over the catchy, nobby effpcts?25c. aud
40c. Palais Boyal, 101 Salem avenue.
DR. TAYLOR PREACHES.
Dr. J. B. Taylor, who has recent ly
given up his church in Salem in order.to
tepresent for awhile throughout the
State the Interests of the Baptist Or?
phanage of Virginia, was In the city on
Sunday ami preached in the First Bap?
tist Church, and after the sermon made I
a statement concerning the noble charity
which he represents. It was announced
that offerings for. this object would be j
made by this church on the second Sun- J
day in December. Atniuht Dr. Taylor
assisted iu the services at Calvary
Church, at the conclusion of which a col?
lection was taken up for the orphanage.
BIRD SEED, 7c package.
Quinine Pills, 1 grain, per dozen, 5c.
Quinine Pills. 2 grains, per dozen, 5c.
Per hundred, 25c.
At Chas. Lyle's Cut Rate Drug Stores.
GONE AS A MISSIONARY.
Mis-. Lena Barnett left on tho noon
train yesterday for Mscon, Ga., where
she goes to enter upon the work of mis?
sionary for Dr. J. L. White, wto last
June held a successful meeting in this
city. The best wishes of a host of friends
follow Miss Barnett into her new lield.
A GOOD POSITION.
Major Phil F. Brown, of Blue Ridge
Springs, was in the city yesterday. The
major eypects to leave one day this week
for Ocala, Fla., where he will spend the
winter as manager for the Ocala House.
STENOG RA PH ER WANTED.
A stenographer, who plays tue piano,
eau read at sight, and pluys'the popular
music, can lind a good and permanent
position at Bobbie Piano Co. Call from
8 to 0 a. m., or 2 to 3 o'clock p. in.
REMOVAL.?W. M. Franklin, the
jeweler, has moved his shop from 108 1-2
Commerce street to 209 Commerce street,
Wernwng's bicycle shop, at which place
I would like to see my patron-'.
Bonner's oysters and meals needs no
recommendation- they recommend them?
selves. Lest on earth.
We carry a full Hue of phot.)
graphic materials, such as
glass plates, toning solutions,
solio paper and card mounts.
Kodaks'rom $5 to $15. Premo
Cameras from to $50. Call
for catalocue. It's free.*
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
108 Salem Avenue s. w.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 centp;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4.
J. Catogui's restaurant.
Our 'Phone is Not a Pay Station,
EITHER. The No. is 200. Come in
and use it at any time yon want to. just
as if it were in your owa home. No; we
wou't thlnK it a bit of an imposition, be?
cause we ask you to come. We want to
see you get used to visiting at our store.
Another reason is that we want to get up
a good druu trade by being just as oblig?
ing ami pleasant as we can in addition to
sailing the very best drugs at prices as
low as it is safe to go.
IE. C. RAUMS.
He Puts Up Prescriptions,"
dte Passenger Depot.
I WHEN YOU THINK |
^ of buying clothing select a store where there is a
large variety to select from. All men do not have
the same tastes, no matter what Dame Fashion
may insist upon. Our stock is complete in every
detail. We can satisfy the most critical man.
Every proper fabric, every fashionable color, every
correct style in SUITS AND OVERCOATS for J|
young men, for old men and for middle-aged
men is represented in my present stock. It is the
choicest collection of the richest, finest and
most up-to-date ready-to-wear garments ever of?
fered for sale anywhere.
7.50, $10, 5
$18 AND $25
Is the range of prices for both Suits ami Overcoats.
A big variety of fabrics, colors and patterns in every
grade. Stop in and inspect them; examine the quali?
ty of fabric and trimmings; note the style, the finish
and workmanship; try them on and see how perfectly
they lit, and you will be convinced that they are SUPE?
RIOR TO ALL OTHER READY-TO-WEAR (JAR- S
MENTS. Mach and every one possess the custom- ^
made price. If you buy and are not satisfied, your *
money back is your protection.
D wf i Boa Bm ? Clothier and Furnisher,
Campbell Avenue and JeflerHon Street.
t BAZAAR, I
34 Salem Avenue.
DRESS GOODS SALE.
10 pieces Fancy Effects, for children, 10c.
15 pieces latest effects in Fancies and Plaids. 124c
100 pieces Double-Width Tricot Flannel, all wool, all
colors, *L5c. X
1 lot Plain Navy and Black Serges and Henriettas, L9c.
25 pieces Plaids. Fancy Boucles and Plain Flannels,
in the latest effects, 36 and 40 inches wide, 25c.
1 lot of Plain and Fancy 50-inch Suitings, in all the
latest colorings, 85c.
The latest effects in Plain, Fancy and Covert Cloths, 50c.
New Styles in French ami English Dress Patterns,
$7 the pattern.
Broadcloths in all colors, 75c and $1.00.
CLOAKS AND CAPES.
We are showing one of tie- best
lines of Cloaks and Capes ever
brought to Roahoke, among them
Plush and Cloth Capes. Plain and
Fancy Cloaks, which we offer cheap
er than the same quality can be
bought for elsewhere.
Lot No. 1, 95c.
Lot \o. 2, ?1.691
Lot No. 3, $2.69.
Lot No. 4, $3.00.
Lot No. 5, $4.75.
These hang well and are well1
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 T&m
o'Shanters. Prices for trimmed and untrimmed hats
more reasonable than elsewhere.
Endless variety of Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Ho?
siery, Underwear, Fancy Goods and Notions,
ENOCH BAZAAR, 34 Salem avenue. *
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