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SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR SALE.
7- room dwelling southeast, near Rcl
mont School, $150; cush, $100; ironthly,
8- toom dwelling on Tj/.e.vell avenue.
$850; small cash payment.
5-room cottage, southwest, large lot:
$950: small cash payment; balance $10
5- room duelling, northwest, large lot,
renting at. $150. Price, $100. This is a
G room dwelling, nicely papered, near
West End round-house, $800; small cash
6- rnom dwelling, newly-papered and
painted, nice yard; $800.
P 8 acres fine land on the electric car
1'ne, northwest, sultablo for building or
garden farm: $75 per acre. Easy terms.
I 15 acres one mile from the Terry build?
ing. Will seil as a whole or cut in one
acre lots. This is line trucking land.
500-acre farm 10 miles from Roauoko,
on the Norfolk ai d Western railroad.
Seven-room brick dwelling, line barn;
about 1250 acres In timber, balanco in cul?
tivation. Fine orchard on the place.
Price, $5,000; one-third cash, balance one
and two years.
440 acres two miles from station on
the Norfolk and Western railroad; $1,000.
Cash, $200; balance oue, tvro and three
Rouses for rent in all parts of the city.
PACE A BOBBITT,
10 Jefferson St.
The Better the Grade,
The Bigger the Trade
Clauss Shears and Razors
have a world-wide reputation.
9 Jefferson street, Roanoke, Va.
Don't turn |
on proof. Send for our illustrated booklet ?=?
which teils how others have been cured bj -5?
For Scrofula, Kidney Troubles. Rheuma- ?
tism, Nervous Exhaustion, and the bun- f|
dreds of other diseases that are caused bv a
bad blood. This womli-i ful and well-known "
blood purifier has no equal.
Price, $i e Quart Gcttle. H
Williams. Davis. Brooks & Co., %
Detroit. Mich. ?=
For sale bv JOHNSON & JOHNSON-,
Druggists, Roanoke, Va.
and all kinds of
Pains and Aches.
For nearly three-score years and ten
this fatuous old household friend has
been curing pains and aches, and has
never disappointed the user. It is
clean, pure, efficacious, agreeably
smelling and quickly acting.
it is a
rich. spicy compound and
Cuts. Scalds, Sores, Burns,
Ulcers, Wounds, Erysipelas,
Skin Troubles, etc., Etc.
Price 25 Cents,
at dealers and druggists,
or sent in (jtianlity of ? or innre packages to any
address on receipt of money, by
Winkelmnnn & Brown Drug Co.
baltimore, md.. u. s. a.
RARE PRESENCE OF MIND.
Why Colonel llrndrord Wcnrn nn Empty
If Sir Edward Bradford has given no
other service to his country than thoso
which during the past few years ho
has so brilliantly performed as head
of the metropolitan police force, ho
would have well earned the honor that
his sovereign bus just bestowed upon
him, and which may bo regarded as
her personal testimony to the extraor?
dinary sagacity with which the ar?
rangements for tho safety of the pub?
lic during tho Queen s day were con?
ceived and the literally perfect manner
in which they were carried out.
Many of those who saw him on
Queen's day doubtless wondered how
his left sleeve enme to be empty. Years
ago, while still an officer in India, Sir
Edward Bradford was a very keen
sportsman, with a strong liking for
that most dangerous of all pastimes?
tiger shooting. One day. while en?
gaged in this hazardous diversion, he
bred at a tiger, which, only wounded,
charged upon him and bore him to the
Never losing his presence of mind
for a moment, the intrepid hunter,
with a view to preventing tho infuri?
ated animal from attacking his head,
thrust within Its jaws his loft arm.
The tiger simply gnawed it off. but tho
life of the cool Nimrod was saved by
his comrades, who arrived in time to
shoot the creature before it had time
to inflict any more serious injury up
ju Sir Edward.
Paris barbers and hairdressers are
now obliged by the police to take sani?
tary measures in carrying on their
business. Elaborate regulations have
been sent out requiring them to use
only nickle-plated combs, to sub?
stitute pulverizers for powder puffs, to
cover the hair cut off with sawdust
and have it removed at once, to wash
their bands before working on a cus?
tomer, and to place all metallic in?
struments, razors, shears, combs, cut?
ting machines, etc. in a solution of
soap and boiling water for ten minutes
before they arc used.
Useful for Ministers.
An Englishman has invented a Bible
fith two rollers set in the cover, on
which may lie wound n roll of paper
containing a Bormou, or the paper may
be used for viking notes in meetings,
Miss Ida Estc'.le Hall, of Somervillc,
Mass., who was graduated from the
Law School of Boston University, was
recently admitted to the Suffolk coun?
ty bar. She has taken the oath in the
Supreme Court, and is now vested
with full powers of an attorney-at
Miss Carrie Rapp, of Rock ford, 111.,
is the second Rockford woman to pass
a successful examination at Ottawa
and bo admitted as a member of the
Winncbago county bar.
Mrs. Catherine Waugh MrCulloch.
now of Chicago, enjoys the distinction
of having been the first woman to prac?
tise law there.
a.rs. Elizabeth Ryan, of San Francis?
co, practises wholly in the probate
court.--. She is the only woman in Cal?
ifornia who has ever boon appointed
an appraiser of an 03tate. Miss Edith
R. Cleveland is a practising attorney
in Vallejo, and Miss Clara M. Cothran
in San Jose.
,\ ac.eiuiiio i'min ryittu.it.
A. B. Cook, in the American Agri?
culturist, tells of a young farmer, whe
runs a frr.it, truck and egg farm, wht
supported his family from his eg;
farm while Income from fruit aiic
vegetables was put in bank. Flvt
acres nro devoted to poultry, on wind:
arc kepi 500 liens, divided between the
Brown Leghorn and Black Hambu ....
The live acres are subdivided Into tun
yards, giving .Vi bens to each van'..
These liens average 125 eggs per yeai
aidcce, making 5,208 dozen, which
bring an average price of jr. cents
Kinking $781.20. Deducting S590 foi
fwd, leaves :i profit <>f $'-'Sl .20.
For Infants and Children.
\|< For all diseases peculiar to women and elrls. U>
w It Tones up the Nerves, Improves the Ap* \t>
VV petite, Unriches the Ulood, and giver; Life. (j>
9 Health anj Strength. It is the W
I QUEEN OF TONICS 1
V/ MAKES THE COMPLEXION CLEAR. $
f A bottle of " Monthly " Regulating tt>
. i Pills with each bottle. For sale by w
w all dealers or sent direct upon receipt of price by w
New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
\ LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m I
\ rases requiring special treatment, address, JK
J Hiving symptoms, I.miles' rtedlcal De- >K
". partmcnt. Advice and book on female )K
J Diseases, with testimonials tree. jt.
For Sale and Recommended by
Massie's Pharmacy, Roanoke, Va.
Packed Without (Unas.
___T?N I-OR FIVE CUNTS.
Thin r.prelal form of ItlpamCTiiliulcs In prepared
from the orifjliml pnserlptl<in.l>ut inoioi.ii,.m.
ieallj put up fur tho piiriH.?? of meeting tho
universal modern demand fur a low Price,
UlltKtl TIONH.-Tako one lit meal or Im-.I
time or wlipne?i-r you feel pi>..rlv. Hwnll. w It
whole, with or without a mouthful of wafer.
They ouroall aliminrli troubleil ; banlui pain ;
Induce liecpi prolong life. An tnvaliinhlc tonic,
liest Spring Medicine. Nn matter what's tho
matter, one will do you go.*!. < Inn (riven relief?
a euro will remit If directions uro followed.
Tue five-cent packages nro not yet to bo had of
nil dealers, although It is proliAlilo that almost
nny rtruiTKlut WiUOnUUn a rapply ? h. n rripn ?!. .1
liy arustomrrto do no: hut In any canon ?lugln
outon. containing ten labulea, will hu seat, post?
age paid, to nny address fur flvo Cent? In ktiiiupi,
forwarded lo the Kipans ChemlOU Co.. No. 10
Sprueo st,., Vrw York. Until tho goods are thor
;:UKhly Introduced to the. trade, agents and ped.
dien will b*Mppued at a price which will allow
them a fair maiviu of profit. Tit. i 1 dnicn ear
tom forMcento?b* marl tteonts. 12 doeenfill
eartonii) for p.?-by mall for ?* K. 5 gross
cartomt for S^-SS. S5 gross (J.COO cartons) for
flOO. Cach with the order In every rasa, and
might or express cuargca at the buyer's coet.
A TRUE STORY WHICH HAS BE?
COME A FAMILY TRADITION.
How ii Uood Woman Proved to Her Bat ta?
rnet ion the Ellteary of Prayer?The Burg?
lar IHiiMMlf Waa Converted aad Manfully
Corroborated Her Narrative.
This is a true burglar story, it was
told, In the first place, by the mothe:
of tho family herself; it is now told by
her daughter, aud it will probably bo
told in years to come by generations
still unborn. As tho veracity of every
one concerned In it ?including that of
the burglar himself, in his regenerate
erudition?is quite unimpeachable,
tae facts can be vouched for.
It was the mother of the family to
whom tho adventure occurred. She
was a woman of devout character, be?
lieving above all things in the efficacy
of prayer, and at the same timo in
deeds as well as prayer. So it chanced
that one of her nightly duties, as a
good housekeeper, was to look under
her bed before rotiring. She looked,
of course, for the devastating burglar.
One night she found him.
Under her bed was the shadowy out?
line of the figure of a man. There
could hp no mistake about it. She had
found her burglar at last. The next
problem was what to do with him.
The story, ns it is related, does not
state if there was no one in the house
to whom she might have gone for help,
but it implies that the mother of the
family was obliged to rely upon her
own resources and supernatural aid
In si hurried review of the situation,
she came to the conclusion that the lat?
ter was her only resource; that alone
she was helpless. So she quickly re?
solved to do in every way as she would
have done if the long-looked for burg?
lar bad not been found.
She locked her door?she always did
that?undressed, and made her prepa?
rations for bed as she was in tho habit
of doing on ordinary and uneventful
occasions. Then she knelt by her bed?
side to perform her nightly devotions.
Long and fervently she prayed?pray?
ing for the members of her family, her
friends, and for the direction of her
daily life. Then she offered n special
petition for the unfortunate men led
from the paths of honesty and recti?
tude, for those who had no respect
for the rights and possessions of oth?
ers?she was praying for the burglar.
Having done this, she arose and laid
herself peacefully down upon the bed
;ts was her wont.
That was tho cue for the burglar.
Crawling from under the bed. he stood
beside it and addressed the occupant:
"Madam." he said. "I came here with
the intention of robbing you, and of
murdering you if necessary. Your
cries for help would have been of no
avail, for I have two accomplices out?
side. But 1 have heard your prayer,
and I am going to leave you unmolest?
ed." And he did.
That was the end of the first part of
the burglar story. Truth being strang?
er than fiction, there was' a second
part, and the mother of the family saw
her burglar again.
It wits at camp meeting, some timo
after the first part of the story had
been brought to so happy a conclu?
sion. The mother of the family was
listening with a devout and grateful
interest to the testimony being given,
when a man arose and told his experi?
ence?the history of his conversion?
ami be told the burglar story and tho
effect of the prayer from the burglar's
standpoint. "I was that man," he
said, with emphasis, as he concluded
"Anil 1 can vouch for the truth of the
story," said tho mother of the family,
rising. while her face shone with the
lifei.i of a great spiritual rejoicing, "for
I m us that woman."
Itefrlgemtiiig t ha Kreali Prnll Pic.
"Kindly thaw oui a huckleberry pie
for diniier," the housewife will say to
her coos some day should certain ex?
periments that arc now being made in
New York prove naccessful.
.. New York commission merchant
is responsible for the attempt to re?
frigerate fresh fruit pies made in the
summer end hopes to dish them up till
winter without ca tsing them to suffer
thtoiigh a loss of davor or quality.
Me has gone into the tests with cau?
tion and lias made i careful study of
tho seductive dessert, giving close at?
tention to the aativt troduct as man
it fu. iiirerd under the ;ew York school
of pie building. K.a first attempts
failed because his freezing process was
tot. slow. Ho found thai by the time
a full-grown pie got rigid the crust hud
absorbed sufficient moisture to make
it KOggy when thawed out. He
has since been arranging for a frecv.
ii=.T power that v make a pie think
ii had been out ! nignt in the Chll
AI his tu xi rin i.-.mas dinner ho de?
clares that he wlil serve five fresh
fruit plea that wee nitida under his
will's direction on the 4th of August.
The works of art are now sleeping in
bis refrigerator in tho last tier of a
downtown cold storage concern.
A Holme of <iold.
Not in America, not even in the
Klondike, but in the far off East, at
Rangoon, the capital of Burmah, is
situated the famous golden pagodu of
a Buddhist Temple, the whole of the
exterior of which is one mass of sim?
mering gold. This generous coating
of the metal ir, the result of years und
years of votive offerings to Buddha,
for devotees from all parts of the
world come to Rangoon and bring
packets Of gold leaf, which they place
on the pagoda. During the hist cen?
tury, Tshewb-yo-Yen. the King of Bur?
mah, gave his (literal) weight in gold
to tho walls of the pagoda, an offering
A Tiny Boat.
A jeweler in Turin. Italy, has made
a tiny boat of a single pearl. The hull
is finely shaped and might serve as a
model for a great nloop. The sail is
of beaten gold, studded with diamond-,
and tho ninn.u lo serves as its rudder,
and Its stand is a slab Of ivory. Its
weight is less I ban an ounce, and it Is
said to have cost ?f?,000.
Montana has an unusual number o(
lnvnr.4nr* for a nev, t;:ate.
who wears an ar?
mor of good
almost all the
ordinary ills and
troubles that be?
set her sex. The
w o m a it w h o
care of the
health of her
I womanly - self,
who is careful
I that the organa
I womanhood are
always well and
strong, wilt be
b a p p y in her
wi fehood and
capable in her
The best and
most-used of all
women is Dr.
It acts directly
upon the delicate feminine organism. It
makes it strong and healthy. It cures all
wcakncr.sand disease._ It prepares a woman
for her greatest mission, motherhood. It
docs away with the usual discomforts of the
expectant period. It insures the health of
baby and makes its advent easy and almost
painless. Over 90,000 women have testified
to its wonderful virtues. More of it is sold
than of all other medicines for this purpose
combined. Women who want to know more
about it should write to its discoverer, Dr.
R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
at Hufla'io, N. Y.
" The best doctors in Kansas City told me Hint
unless I went to the hospital nnd had an opera
tion performed I could not iivc," writes Miss
liroohic Galloway, of Wilder. Johnson Co., Knns.
" I had ulccration and weakness, nnd each month
I would net down in tied nnd suffer severely for
twenty-four hours. I could not keep anything on
mv stomach for five minutes at a time. I have
taken four bottles of your 'Favorite Prescription"
and am now well. 1 "owe it nil to your medicine.
I can cheerfully recommend it to any suffering
as I did."
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets are a safe,
sure, spredy and permanent cure for con?
stipation. They never gripe. One is a gen?
tle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. All
A flue farm of 220 acres ndjoin'ng tho
corporation limits of the city,ij five min?
utes' dri?e ot the Terry Building. Land
of excellent quality; 20 acres in timber;
large bold spring, dwelling and all nec?
essary out buildings. Will sell as n
whole or cut into two or more tracts to
suit the purchaser.
A business stand on the Skenandoah
Valley railroad, gootl store with live
dwellings rooms. Price. StiSO; also a
good stock of general merchandise in the
budding that will be sold reasonably.
This is a fiue place for a man with ?mall
capital to do a safe business.
A farm of ."50 acres 2J miles Irom Ro?
anoke. 35 acres clear, the balance in good
timber. Price, $1,100.
One of the best lots on Tenth avenue
s. w., near Franklin road; price, $21)0,
A flue farm of 457 acres, eighteen
miles from Roanoke. Price, $2,200.
Farm of 140 acres near Elliston, in
Montgomery county; price, $l,2.r?0.
One of the finest farms in Montgom?
ery county, on Roanoke river; 100 acres
of the best river bottom laud, very con?
venient to the station; price, $5,000.
Houses and lots in nil parts of the citv
at very low prices and easy terms.
Kcal l^Mtiifc Agent,
1 t(l Tertjp Bulletins.
Real Estate and Exchange Agent.
Tell Us _M Troilss.
It may be we can help you out. Have
you a farm that you would like to put
1 a to a nice dwelling, or dwelling you ,
would exchange for a farm:'
A stock of merchandise that you would
like, to convert into good paying teal
Town lots to exchange for property
elsewhere? Mills, stores, lumber, live
stock, machinery, notes, mortgages, &c ?
Kvervtniug uoes when money is scarce,
f can effect exchanges and get everything
you need nnd please you well when It
would bo impossible to sell for cash.
Try this plan just one:, and see bow
well it will work.
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Muiiit^K ?*ot a local
remarijr (>r change of
climate will .-'ire It
Get, 11 well lai ?wn
BiVs Cream Bilm
l; t . rpittKl? a >?
ruirnc-i! 1,1 Vi* Itollrit
at onco Onena nnri
rlonnvcn lI.e. Nns.il l'us
M m* n 1'iatorea
rmall. Pull Sleo 6 c;
or hi mall.
KLY IlliurUBKS, U Warren Street, Ncrr York.
COLD 'N HEAD
lloal? and Protect* the
th? ?'eiifrs ot Tia'o and
Trial HIee lfc at UruKglMr
Good 8 room house, nil modem im?
provements, No. 713 Honry screot s w.
Another good 8-room house on Eighth
avenue, near Coremerco stroot, a w. All
modern improvements. 1 have just re?
Good 8-room house on Eighth avenue
a w. No. 641 ? Price ouly $10. Good
b room house No. 1007 Firth avenue n
w; in good condition. Ouly $8.
Two good U-room houscHou llullltt ave?
nue s e; ouly $0 each.
Two 0-room houses OU Gilmor avenue
n e. Ouly $0 each. All in good repair.
A large four-story brick warehouse on
llolltday street, with large elevator and
platlorm scales, or will rent floors for
Several bargains in tho sale of houses
and vncr-nt lots. Call: ask for what you
want. 1 will pet it for you.
Eist your property for sale or rent
TULEI J. MITCHELL,
Heal Estate Auen?,
OPPOSITE TEUKY BUILDING.
FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
i.' 1..n l It A ihk VOR HOnlt-.S OH 8PICCU
10-room dwelling, 118 Eighth avenue
s. w., bath room, ho* and cold water at?
tachment, lot 50x100 feet. Originally
worth $7.000; present price $1,000.
Comfortable dwelling No. 7158 Camp?
bell avenue s.w.; lot 91x376 leet. to an
alley, 10 rooms, bath rocm and stable.
Originally sold for $10,000; present price
Very desirable dwelling No. 316 John
street s. w., 10 rooms, good stable, neces?
sary outside buildings, lot 60x160; $3,000.
Nice 6-room cottage No. 3 Trout ave?
nue s. w., lot 50x150, $1,500.
Dwelling No. 300 Eighth avenue s. w.,
lot 50x150, $1,500.
Three story brick building on Shenau
doah avenue, near freight depot, now
used, first floor as a bottling works, and
second and third as shop and dwelling,
6-room dwelling, No. 517 Fourth street
n. e., very cheap and convenient to Uoa
nokc Machine Works, $700.
8-room dwelling, n. s. Belmont avenue
s. e., lot 93x130 feet; beautiful location,
8-room ''welling, 14 1-2 Lee street n.e.,
lot 50x200 fee', $1,500.
8 room dwelling, 50!) Luck avenue, lot
84x00 feet, very cheap, $2,000.
6-room dwelling, 027 Sbenandoah ave?
nue u. w., lot 25x130, $800.
6-room dwelling, 427 Elmwood streets,
e., lot 40x130, a bargain, $050.
8-room dwellings, 024, 030 and 032
Center steet, lota 25x130, all three desir?
able located and very cheap, $1,100.
6-rooni dwelling, 711 Gilmer street n.
w., lot 40x130, nice location; a bargain,
Vacant lot on Jefferson street, 25x170
feet, near'marble yard, formally worth
$6,000; price $2,500.
Peck Hotel, on Salem avenue, near
Academy of Music, 24 rooms, a bargain,
Two story frame building, 8 rooms, 4#0
feet east of F street, fronting on Camp?
bell avenue s. w., lot 50x233 feet. This
is a very cheap and desirable property,
A very desirable 8 room dwelling, 801
Koanoke street s w., good outside build?
ing, hot and cold water, bath, etc., lot
50x150, a bargain. $2,500.
House and lot, 8 rooms, north side Mel
rose avenue n. w., lot 75x210 feet, a most
desirable home, price $1,800.
Ttvo-story frame building, (112 Sixth
avenue n w., very nicely located, 6-room
house, price $1,200.
10-room dwelling, 315 Randolph street,
near Koanok;.- and Southern depot, for?
merly sold for $2,000. price $1,160.
6-room cottage, No. 420 Ninth avenue
s. w., $1,300.
10 room two-story dwelling, No. 375
Eleventh avenue s. w., an elegant prop?
erty, none better, lot 50x130, $3.500.
12-room two story dwelling. 379 Elev?
enth avenue s. w., new bouse worth $4,
500, lot 50x130, price. $8,600.
10-room two story dwelling, 377 Elev?
enth avenue S. w., one of the cheapest
houses in 'he city, lot 50x130, $1,000.
Two story frame building on Washing?
ton street, enst of G, a beauty, all mod?
ern Improvements, 7 rooms, very cheap,
Two-story frame dwelling, 1110 South
JefTereon street, worth $3,500, price $2,
Two nice and commodious dwellings,
511 and 618 Luck atieet,$l,800 and $2,000. 1
Two cottages on Shenandoah avenue,
Nos. 1031 und 1023, (i rooms, each *80.1.
18-room dwelling, 31 Seventh avenue s.
w., worth $7.000. price $5,500.
15-room dwelling. No. 304 Campbell
avenue s. w. The cheapest property now
on the market; just elegant, $5,500.
JUNI'JS McGEHEE, Agent
For the National Mutual Building and
Lonn Association of Now York, Masonic
Temple, Koom No. 2.
We hiwe nil the latest wrinkles. We
have sold more guns this >ear than ever
before. V'V have had to reorder twice,
after buying what WO thought would do
the llrst time. It may pay you from a
standpoint of satisfaction as well as from
ouo of economy to dicker with us a little.
Commerce street, Koanoke, V?.
Octobei 20tb. 181)7.
G-room d (veiling Seventh avenue n. e.
(J-room dwelling Henry street s. w,$9.
9- room dwelling, Ninth avenue s Jw,
10- room dwelling Ninth avenue s w,
7-room dwelling, Luck avenue- a w, $9.
7-rooru dwelling Luck nveuuo a w, $1D.
G-room dwelling Patton avenue n e, $G.
Fine news] or. cigar stand on Salem
avenuo s w, $8,
Large storeroom Campbell street/^foO.
Also 15 acres of fine farm land two
and one-half miles from the city, for
sale, or will exchange for city property.
T, E, B. Hartsook & Co,
FOR KENT AND FOR SALE.
T. W. Goodwin, Ag't.
Offlce : Room >'o. aor. Terry liuintlug.
October 1st, 181)7.
No. 1002 Franklin s w. 110.00
No. 1112 Chapman avenue s w... . 20.00
No. 2004 Patterson avenue s w... 10.(K)
No. 2008 Patterson avenue s w... 10.DO
No. 2012 Patterson avenue s w... 10.00
No. 2010 Patterson ?renne s w... 10.00
No. 021 Tenth avenue s e. 8 00
No. GM Stewart avenue s. e. 10.00
No. 1721 Salem avenue s w. 25.00
No. 711 Campbell avenue s. w... . 8.00
No. 1720 Salem avenue s. W. 8.00
No. 1575 Earnest avenue s V. I). 1)0
No. Iu22 Seventh avenue s. e. ... 0.00
No. 1020 Seventh avenue 8. e. 0.00
No. KKiG Seventh avenue 8. e. 0.00
No. 020 birst avenue n. w. 8.00
No. 11!) Twelfth street n. w. 8.50
No. 018 first avenue n. w. 0.00
No. 022 b'irst avenue it. w. ?.00
No. 022 Third avenue n. w. 8.00
No. 529 Seventh avenue n. e. 0.00
No. 5!i;i Seventh avenue n. e. 0.00
": ' STORES.
No. 414 First street s. w.
No. 711 Third avenue h. w . 7.00
No. 304 Commonwealth a.ve. o.e.. 10.00
I also have in my charge properties in
all sections of the city that can be bought
at great bargains, either for cash:or on
the instalment plan.
^.Call and examine my list.
T. W. UOOUTCIN, Agent
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS,
3-room dwelling, nieder:? improve?
ments, largo corner lot, on Terry's Hill;
7- room house, 'modern improvements,
kirim corner lot, good location; $1,000.
7 room house in southwest, good con?
dition, $1,5011, $15 cash au?' $13 per
G-room brick bouse, large lot, nice
5 room'.house, \:i southwest, large lot.
and stahle, near the center of the city;
$1,000, small cash payment and $10 per
8- room house, near center of city, large
lot. beautiful grounds; $1,500, easy pay?
9- room bouse, $!)(I0, small cash pay?
ment and balance monthly.
9-room resilience, in southwest, in
beautiful condition, nice grounds and
shade: $2,200. This is a choice piece of
properly and very cheap
Nice corner house in ?elmont, G rooms,
$75t), $50 cash and t*S per month. Come
quick if you wnnt this.
G-room house in" northeast, convenient
to shops; $050, $50 cash and $8 per
10-room bruse on Terry's Hill, large
lot and fine stable: $2,000, easy pay?
10-room bouse In northwest, in good
condition, modern improvements, with
good garden, easy payments or can be
traded for a good farm.
G-room house in northwest, near Park
street: $825, $1(10 cash and $ll) per
Several pieces of first-class property in
center of city, renting now for 12 per
cent, of prices asked. These are choice
H arms and Trucking I.?iuSn.
We have a large number of farms for
sale in Roanoke and adjoining counties,
many of them very cheap, rangiug from
I 10 to 500 acres. Among them:
500 acre farm with first class Improve?
ments, fine orchard, pleuty of timber, at
$10 per acre. The greatest bargain ever
offered in Roanoke.
4 pieces of titicking land convenient to
the city, one of 12. one of 15, one cf 30
acres and one of 75 ncres, at prices far
below their real value. Anyone desiring
a good trucking farm wi'l profit by see
in" us at onco.
Magnificent .Tames river farm of 750
acres, $0,000 dwelling, with modern im?
provements, beautiful groundsjnnd shade,
all necessary outbuildings, and G tene?
ment houses, 25 ncres of full bearing
fruit trees, large quantity ist due timber.
The owner having to leave the State
this 'property can bo sold for $7,500 on
loug time, oi paid for partly in Roanoke
real estate. This is a rnre bargain.
150 acre farm near Roauoke, one-half
first-class river nottom, fair improve?
ments, astonishing low figure for cash.
2 small farms on Hack Creek, with fine
orchar.U, one of 50 and one of 75 act es,
in the famous pipplu apple belt; lacdaare
hilly but rich; oue at $10 and the other
nt $12.50 per aare. These are comforta
hlo little homes and fine investment,
T. TV. Spindle A Co.,
Ho. 8 Campbell Avenne 8. W.