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The Store
That Gives
BEST VALUES
Is the Store
OPLE BUY!
Visiting and inspecting where
they may, they purchase
where the best return for
money is obtained.
Visitors here, recognizing val?
ue, BUY! Values first
and always. Show, sec?
ond consideration.
UDIES' CAPES.
A great variety of extra values this
'/eek include
j * Alaska Sent Pl?sb Capes, Klondike
* /'ollar, trimmed in Thibet fur, full length
*'ud sweep, $-1 euch. One dozen only.
Genuine Seal Plush Capes, full 8weep,
l*jxtra length, (rimmed with Thibet fur,
'fined with changeant silk, $!).
/ Several styles of Ladies' Rich Seal
VMush Capes, elaborately embroidered,
? Jur trimmed rhadame, lined $8.
Electric Senl Plush Capes, lined with
Figured Moireon. full sweep and length,
trimme'1 with Thibet fur, $(5..If).
'' Alaska Coney Fur Capes, Klondike
collar, lined throughout, full length, ex?
tra width, $0.50.
Black Cloth Capes, heavily braided anil
trimmed with Coney fur, slashed collar,
bound seam, $4.
UDIES' JICKETS.
FOUR REPRESENTATIVE VALUES.
An $8.75 Black All-Wool Boucle Jack?
et, new cut front anil sleeves, [velvet
trimmed, $5.50.
. Block and Bine Mixed All Wool Eng?
lish Kersey Jackets, best silk velvet, in?
laid collar, lined with rich satin rha
'dame, $7.50.
Tan Covert Cloth .lackets, lly front,
velvet bound und trimmed collar, cuiTs,
.pockets, mid front, changeable silk lined.
$10.
Black MeLon Jackets, double-breasted
rolling cellar, haudsoihely stitched, new
creat Ion, $4.00.
French Fur Collarettes.
FOU R UNAPPROACHED VALUES 1
Electric Seal Collarettes, with tail nt
V ached. $'2.00.
[]- Coney Fur Collarettes, six tnils, $H. \
. Mink Fur Collarettes, six tails, $8.
' Skunk Fur Collarettes, six tails, $5.
BARGAINS ARE MADE.
They are made by power of great cur
dhave.i for cash: by selling desirable,
Vdl-bought goods at small profit; by de
termination to quickly turn merchandise
into money: by selling goods befiiro
change ol Fashion depreciates value.
Some may think that old goods re?
duced to lower prices are bargains.
NOT SO. Old goods are dear tit any
,irice.
HERE ARE NEW GOODS BELOW
VALUE.
Such fire Bargains.
:i"t inch All-Wool Fancy Mixeil Chev?
iots and Checks. 25c a yard.
?10 inch Fancy Brocaded Noveaijtes,
two-toned, 25c a yard.
* Black. Plain and Figured .Mohairsand
Sicilians, 25o n yard.
All Wool Solid Black und Colored
flannels for suiting, 25e .t yard.
'?!8 ''.ich Black Figured Serges and Nov
olt.; ... 45e a yard.
38 inch All Wool Black Casimir Serges,
J5c a yard.
. 40 inch Black Figured Moqiiette, all
j ool, 50c a yard.
"f 00 inch All Wool Heavy Cord Black
Diagonal, 85c a yard.
50 inch Ail-Wool Navy ?Blue Heavy
Cord Diagonal. 05c a yard.
52 inch Tan. Blue and Green Ail Wool
-Storm Cassimir Serges, 75c a yard.
;{8 Inch Bouriefte Novelties, Two
Toned Changeable Effects, 50c the yard.
lit! inch All Wool Mixed Flannel for
suiting, ;55c a yard.
8 158 inch Solitl Colored Embossed Fig?
ured Novelty. Hoc a yard.
Yard-wido Changeable Lining Silk,50c
c. yard.
Figured Brocaded Colored Satin Taf?
fetas, 00c a yard.
Black Brocaded Satin Du cheese, 65c a
tard.
27 Inch Black Jap Silk, also colors, 50c
a van
'? Black Double-Faced Armare Silk, 75c
a yard.
Triirmed Hats and Bonnets.
NO HIGH PROFITS: EVERY DAY
i SOMETHING NEW.
Such prices as ours on Millinery are
magnate whoso power none care to resist.
f Applique Work.
SEE SALEM AVENUE WINDOW.
Buffet Senrfs, Trav Covers, Table Cov?
ers. PillcwSbaniH, Doylies, etc. There
I suit of recent purchases for cash enables
j),to sell these goods far below tne real
i value.
Pillow 6haais,$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.25,
$3.50 a pair.
,yDovllee, 10c and 15c each.
Buffet Scarfs (10c, 75c, 85c. $1.00.
Bureau Scarfs, Doylies to match, $1.25,
[$1.50 and $1.75 a set.
''Table Covers 115c and 50c each, and etc.
PSENBAUM BROS,,
\ THE PEOPLE'S STORE,
[26 Salem, - - - 25 Campbell,
We nro not tho oldest coal und wood
donlers in the city, neither are we the
youngest, lint wo wer? the FIRST to
GIVE THE PEOPLE CHEAPER COAL.
This is the point- that slinul;! interest
you. J. II. WILKINSON & CO.,
'Phcne 210.
Virginia Carriage Factory No. 40!)
Henrv street, opposite P. O Headquur
ters for nii kinds of repair work.
STOCK'S Best Patent and J. E. M.
Flour. C. L. PAUL & CO.
STUDENTS MAY ENTER THE BUS?
INESS COLLEGE ANY DAY .
The Times will mail postage paid,
copies of the paper containing re?
port of the Baptist convention for
two cents a copy.
THAN KSGI VINO SUPPER.
The holies' auxiliary of the B. 1?. 1''.
will hold a meat and oyster supper
Thanksgiving night, November 25tb und
2(>th, nt the Northwest Y. M. C. A.
There will he ii nice meat supper served,
us weil its the nicest oysters tho market
affords. The Indies ar?* making hig prep
nrntions for their supper [and will insure
you a good supper a:;d a royiu good time.
If in nesd of a nice trunk, valise or a
line shov, call at M. O. KEILEY'3, 80 |
Salem avenue. i
W ILL B!C WELL HEATED.
Watt, Rettew & Clay arejnst complet?
ing ?heir new steam heating plant, which
w ill he one of the best in the State. They
have put in a new thirty horse power
hoiler and new four eolurti.i double radi?
ator,with Buflicient capacity to heat thc-ir
entire building and guarantee a temper?
ature of 71) degrees in zero weather. 'This
Iirogressive linn believes in making it
comfortable fur their largo corns of effi?
cient salespeople, as well as for their
friends and customers.
STILL PAYING HACK TAXES.
The crowds that have been hovering in
anil around tho clerk's oflice at the court?
house for several weeks have not in the
least abated, hut every day people may
ho seen coming in and out in a regular
stream. Alryndy a large amount, of money
for hack taxes has been collected and it is
literally pouring iu all day long, some of
it in large amounts and some in small.
VanLear's cold capsules, tho best rem?
edy for had cob's. (Tail at. our store, and
get. .i copv of rules for word contest.
YanLear Bros., Druggists.
CHICKEN THIEF.
Late yesterday afternoon Officer John?
son arrested Harvty Lowny, a colored
man, on a warrant issued the Sod of biht.
.lone, for proetiring some chickens from
F. M. Marks, a grocer, under false pre?
tenses and then skipping out.
WHERE IT IS DUE.
In our issue cl yesterday morning we
stated that Mr. Staples, representing. Col
ouel Hrcoke. had obtained an appeal in
the mandamus case of Turnei vs. Hi-ookc,
clerk of the corporation court. W?
should have staled that the counsel in
the ease wero Messrs. Watts, Rohe-tson
\- Robertson, Cocko & Glasgow and ceott
& S'nples. Mr. Staples has called our
attention to tho error, and as we had no
desire to do any injustice to the parties
we are very glad to make the correction.
DEATH OF AX INFANT.
.lames infant son of W. F. Keister,
died yesterday morning at the residence
of his lather, 828 Shennndoah avenue n:
e., aged ~ months and '2 days. The fu?
neral will take place this morning at 9:30
o'clock and will bo conducted by Rev.
William Lunsford, niter which the re?
mains will he taken to Llthiu for iuter
meut.
POLICE COURT.
Then? was a very small docket in the
police court yesterday, which was
promptly dispatched Two white men
drunk ou the streets were assessed ;?5?.?i)
each. A colored man tor being disor?
derly was lined $3.50. \ colored woman,
drunk, was assessed ss'2, and another was
fined $3.50 for the same offence. A white
hoy fcr roikless driving was fined $1.
Fi neu amounted to $14, of which ST> was
collected.
Holiday opening on November \!<i, at
Caldwell-Sites Company, IS Salem avenue
a. w
STOLE fiOME SHOES.
Florence Poindexter, n dusky damsel,
was arrested yesterday afternoon hy Olli
cer Tally charged with stealing a pair of
shoes and some other articles of wearing
apparel from Mrs. C. M. Cook, and she
will be given a chance to explain to-mor?
row morning.
DR. .TAMES IX THE CITY.
Rev. Dr. C. P. James, of Danville, is iu
tho city attending the Baptist Associa?
tion now in progress in Calvary Church.
Dr. James is well and favoraby known in
this city, having been principal of Alle
ghnuy Institute fo"?' a number of years.
ELECTED CITY MISSIONARY.
The session of the First Presbyterian
Church has elected W. R. Aminen as city
missionary. Mr. Am men has until re?
cently Inren connected with the Y. M. C.
A. work in tho citv.
HOARD OF TRUSTEES.
The l)oard of trustees of Ilampden-Sid
ney College meets next Tuesday after?
noon at.4 o'clock iu the Norvell-Arlington
hotel. Lynchburg. Rev. W. C. Camp
hell, of the First Presbyterian Church,
will attend this meeting.
CIRCUIT COURT.
There was only one ease to occupy the
attention of Judge Dupuy yesterday and
that was the case of Lambert vs. Ford.
After exhaustive arguments by counsel
for both side* the ease was submitted to
the court, who held his decision under ad?
visement.
LOST.?A Gold Pin, with a white
enamel front, containing the letters "/.
C. G. C." Reward will he paid for re?
turn to The Times ortice.
AUCTION CONTINUED.
I will continue to oiler for sale daily at
public auction my stock. On November
24 at 2 o'clock p. m., ?pecial sale of pic?
tures and lamps?ladies especially in?
vited.
K. nORDISH,
10S Sa'era avenue
Ron tier's oysters and meals need- no
recommendation?they recommend them?
selves. Best on earth.
"THE KICKER" TALKS AGAIN.
"The Kicker" again comes forth and
registers a few kicks in regard to matters
of interest to all citizens.
The condition of Salem avenue between
Commerce and Park streets still remains
in the horrible comltion ithaslieen in for
souio time and no attempt has been made
by the "City Fathers" to remedy it 1n
any way before 4it becomes entirely im?
passable.
Campbell street between Commerce
and Paik is beiug improved n little (but
so little), as the gutters are being fixed;
but that portion of the street which the
bicycles ami \,agons have to pass over is
still 1.1 a bad eoudition, being badly wash?
ed and having large ruts all along in it.
That portion of Campbell street run
niug from Randolph street to the Roan
oke and Southern crossing is iu the most
awful eoudition, being nothing more or
less than a large mud hole. This part of the
street if it has ever been macadamized
does not show it and is sadly In need of a
little l?) repair.
The way tho drivers of tho grocery
wagons are allowed to race up and down
tho streets, turn corners at break-ueck
speed and otherwise endanger the life
nntl safety of the pedestrinns and bicy?
clists who may be so -unwise as to vtn
turo on the street when one is in sight is
a matter of the gravest importance and
should be stopped i* possible before so me
of our citizens are seriously injured or
killed.
"THE KICKER. '
You are invited to a holiday opening at
the CaUlwell-Sites store on November 20,
at 18 Salem avenue s. w.
PREACHING THIS AFTERNOON.
Re\. J. Wm. Jones will preach this af?
ternoon nt the First Presbyterian Church
at 8:80 o'clock. Subject, "The Christian
Character of StonewnM Jackson." 'I ho
sermon Is intended specially for Confed?
erate soldiers, but the public is cordially
invited to attend.
See tho special case of 2">c knives at
VaaLear Bros.
THANKSGIVING HOP AND SUPPER.
The committee iu charge of tho bop and
supper to be given in the Day building
on Campbell avenue by tho Ancient Order
of Hibernians on Thanksgiving eve, No?
vember 24, announces that all arrange?
ments have been made and promise to
make it the most enjoyable occasion < f the
seasou. The music will bo furnished by
the Koanoko Machine Works Orchestra
uuder ike directorship of Prof. Devon,
which is a guarantee that the musical fea?
ture will ho lirst-class In every respect.
Arrangements have been made to fur
uish slippers for 800 guests and is in
charge of sn exper'enced caterer. This
organization has made foi itself a repu?
tation for its suppers given in the past,
and the committee in charge have spared
nothing tc make this event surpass any
yet given. Thickets can be obtained from
meint ers of the society or at the liall
door on the evening of 'ho 34th.
VnnLear Bros, have just received a
stuck of tho latest in pocketbooks nnd
card cases. You should see them before,
you purchase.
THEY EXTEND THANKS.
Win. Watts Camp Confederate Vete?
rans desires to - extend through the
columns of The Times its t hauls to
tho uiHiiagement of the Y. M. C. A.
for tho use of their hall Friday
night, and also to the newspapers for
their courtesy in publishing notices of
Dr. Jones' lecture, as well ns of Iiis ser
mo3 to Confederate Veterans to-day. C.
C. Tnliaferro, Commander: by E. T.
Beall, Adjutant.
A BEHR PIANO BARGAIN.
A mognilicent Behr Bros, upright
piano at a tremendous bargain. In use
only about one year?perfect order and
tune -good ns new. Fully warranted
live years. Easy payments. No interest.
You can't afford to miss this. Hobble
Piano Company.
LOST.?October 22, between the hours
of'J ami -I )i. in., one "Klectropoise."
Liberal reward for its return to Times
ollice.
WANTED. ? A well-broken horse, in
good condition, from I ;o 7 years old.
If or one that suits the cash w'll be paid.
Apply to EM FRY TURNER. 1(M> Kirk
avenue.
WE WANT STUDENTS TO ENTER
THK BUSINESS COLLEGE NOW.
Cut! Cut! Cut!
Packer's Tar Soap. 17
Guile's Pepto Mangon. S3
Electric Bitters, small 37c: large. .. 70
Cod Llvei Oil, Norwegian (pint).... 40
Powdered Borax, per pound. 10
Bird Seed, per pound. 7
Quinine Pills, 1 and 2 gr. per do/.. . ?">
Wyetb's Beet, Wine and Iron. 05
Winslow's Syrup. 17
S/S. S., large.$1.25
S. S. S., small. (57
Hand's Medicines. 10
One-Night Corn Cure. S
Other patent medicines at same rates.
MASSIF'S PHARMACY.
ItOOMS WANTED. ?Four or five un?
furnished rooms for housekeeping. Good
price paid for the right quarters. Send
your terms and description. No atten?
tion paid to answers unless terms ate
stated. Address, "KENT," Times office.
THE Fidelity and Deposit Company of
Maryland is the largest Southern bond
company. Assets, $2,301,21)0.12. Bonds
can be given in ten minutes. Rates very
low. The largest lire companies In the
world represented. CHARLES LUNS
FOHD & SONS, Agents, office corner
Campbell and JelTerson.
Leave your orders for all llavois of ice
cream at Catogni's.
The greatest Cut-Rnte Dm
Is just opposite the Passem
"He cuts to'?tlie bone"; "hi
He treats everyone square,
CUT CASH PRICES I
Hood's Sarsnpar'Ha.cnt to .05
B. B. B.cut to .50
Canipborline. for the bands... .cut to .13
Copco Soap, 2 cakes..,.cut to .05
Ely's Cre/mi Balm.cut to .07
German llousetolil Dyes.cut to .0-1
Paine's Celery Compound.cnt to .72
Malted Milk.cut to .34
Powdered Borax, pound.out to .10
Moth Balls.cut to .03
Lack of spate forbids further mentio
from ami money lu baud to buy more. V
will be. We are the deepest cutter of nil.
II. O. BARNES,
The duller.
AN IMPORTANT BUSINESS ALLI?
ANCE FOR THE BENEFIT OF
ROANOKE.
We announce with pleasure that an ar?
rangement is being developed from which
the citizens of Roanoke anil tho ?ur
rou~ding section will have the advan?
tages aud. benefits of another mammoth
business industry, from which can be ob
tainen the best of everything pertaining
to the Clothing, Tailoring, Hats and
Gents' Furnishing Goo^s business.
The Messrs. Jose >h Cohu's Sens will
cpea in Roanoke a modern attractive up
to-date oOlce, in which they will oarry an
entire represe?tation*of their output as is
carried in their magnificent Lynchburg
establishment, consisting of tailoring,
piece goods from the best foreign and
home looms, ready to wear clothing, hats
aud gents' furnishings.
That they carry the very best is
proven, is fully proven, by tho thousands
of customers, stylish dressers that contin?
ually visit them and order from them
from far and near The widespread, far
reaching trade that has rewarded their
years of incessaut, painstaking endeavor
has for its corner-stone ''Quality, Correct
Prices." The friendship Detwetn the
Messrs. Cohn and their patrons has beeu
growing these thirty vears,nnd the famil?
iar home-like turne "Cohn" has almost
become syn?nomous with clothing.
Their titlo to leadership and success in
the clothing business is based upon sound
business principles. The lawsof trade,like
other laws, are sure to work out results.
Thisdevelopnient is expressed from hand?
ling only worthy uoods, reasonable
pries, a full stock; having what they ad
vcrtlse,aud guaranteeing all transact ions.
The Meusrs. Cohn will furnish for ttie
benefit of their patrons, 'Phone service
with thei" Lynchburg establlsument,
without cost, thereby enabling a cus?
tomer tc get goods from their Lynchburg
store in a few hours aud without cost of
express charges. The Messis. Colin are
Holeageutsin Ljnchburg for Dunlap'b
Hats, .Inros Hygienl I Underwear, Ameri?
can Hosiery Company's Underwear,
Dent's .Gloves, F'sk, Clark and Flag's
(Hoves, etc.
Wo bespeak for the Messrs. Cohn a
share of our Roanokes patronage, as their
previous business career in our city
ought to, and will, favorably commend
them to or r people. 1131 It
DON'T LISTEN to what my competi?
tors say about the great clothing sale of
manufacturers' samples, but call in per?
son aud he convinced. R. SCHILLER,
28 Salem avenue.
CHRIST CHURCH MISSION.
Beginning on Tuesday evening at 7:45
mission services will be conducted in
Christ Church by Rev. Dr. McBride, ot
Lexington, Ya. These services will Con?
tinus throughout'the week at 11 a m.
and 7:45 p. m.
YOUNG PEOPLE" TO MEET.
There will be a young people's mas
mectlug at the First Baptist Church at
:5:'.5I> p. m. to-day. Rev. Geo. 15 Taylor,
presiding. Sptakers,Revs. H. W. Rattle,
E. B. Hatcher aud C. 11. Shlpman.
Young People's Societies of all denomi?
nations are cordially invited to attend.
SERVICE \T ST. JOHN'S.
Ma. m., Holy communion: 11 a. in.,
service aud sermon; -4:3? p. in., children's
service.
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD:?Tho best at
Nfclms Coal Co. See ad. on page II.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE OF?
FICE FIXTURES AND FURNITURE.
On November 80, 1S!?7, at 10 o'clock a.
m. at the ollice formerly occupied by the
Traders'Loan, Trust and Deposit Com?
pany. No. 132 Salem n"revue, Roanoke,
Ya.. I will proceed to sell at public auc?
tion, for cash, the following articles of
pernonnl property:
1 Farrel Safe with Deposit lloxes, :?
startling counters, ratlings and doors,
1 rolhr top desk, 1 flat-top walnut desk.
1 revolving otlice chair. ' ollice stool, ?
chairs, enno bottom, ?S small tables, 1
typewriter, 1 clock, 1 letter press and
stand, 1 stove and pipe. 1 map of Roan?
oke city, 1 pigeon-hole case for cheeks,
carpets. 2 waste baskets, 1 money
tray, 1 envelope rack, 1 check punch. 1
Code of Virginia, 1 lot hank supplies,
checks, deposits slips, etc., 2 spittoons.
At the same time and place I will also
sell at public auction the unexpited term
of a lease for the offices formerly occupied
by the Traders' Loan, Trust Company.
The said unexpired term will begin on
December 1st. ISO?, ami continue until
May 1, 1808.
H. 'I. HALL
Receiver for the Traders' Loan, Trust and
Deposit Co.
STUDENTS FOR ROTH DAY AXD
NIGHT SESSIONS ARE WANTED AT
THE BUSINESS COLLEGE.
10 room house with six acres of land,
four chicken yards and houses, sta?
ble and other out buildings. I WO miles
from Terry building, one mile from Wes?.
End roundhouse. Just the thing for a
railroad man. Terms reasonable and
cheap. Pedigo-Beiler Heal Estate Co.
Don't fail to attend the fire
sale at Enock's Bazaar. Goods
slightly damaged by smoke tobe
sold regardless of cost.
KOANOKE CYCLE CO..
los Salem avenue.
ig 'Store
?er Depot.
i puts up prescriptions"
and makes Vp exception.
FOR GENUINE GOODS,
Bulb Syringls, 2 pipes. < nt to .21
Hair Brush*.cut to .10
Colgate's Yillet Water.cut to .18
Military HaiSBruahes, per pair..cut to .0?
Phenol Sodi-Sie.cut to .31
Nail Polisherl, dollar si/e.cut to .4SI
Cigars, fifty fi a box.cut to .60
Gold Moiiiitub French Brier
Pipes.B. cut to $2.50
?n of article- c?t. Immense sti k to draw
S c have never ?en undersold and WO never
COME ANlfPICNlC WITH l'S<
'Ho P
Oppo
s Cp Prescriptu ;is,
to Passenger D*I ot
We have nothing in our new and up-to-date stock l
but the best. Our clothes are the best-fitting and best- J
wearing garments made. Every new weave can be j
found here. Our overcoats are the best, because they j
are better made, better trimmed and more stylish than j
any other make in America. Every known fabric of |
worth and every fashionable style is represented? (
Chinchilla, Kersey, Beaver, Covert Cloth and Frieze, (
in blue, black, brown and tan, with silk, satin, worsted, J
serge or Italian linings,
everybody. Prices are
Shapes and lengths to suit
$7.50, $10, $12, $15,
$18 AND $25
Children's Department.
We've ii great line ?if Children's
floods, both in Suits, Odd Pants,
Overcoats anil Reefers. Our $1.SO
Suits for Roys in bine, black uud
browu, would be considered good
value for
Reefer Suits, sizes :5 to 0 years;
Double-Ureusted tSuits, sizes 0 to
10 years.
Roy??' Reefers in 'Chinchilla and
Astrachau, superbly made aud
trimmed?a coat that will keep him
warm in the coldest weather. Sizes
S to 10 years. Prices are $2, $9
and $5.
Underwear for Men.
50c for Camel's Hair Shirts or
Drawers, satin faced, full lengths,
as good as you'll buy elsewhere for
7.1c. Natural wool Shirts or Draw?
ers, all sizes, very heavy, warm ami
durable, 75c. Heavy gray, silk
trimmed, all-wool Shirts or Draw?
ers, will wear to your entire satis?
faction, and "as good values as wero
ever sold, sfl. Heavy Welter?
weight lbilbriggan Shirts or Draw?
ers, silk trimmed and extra taped,
$1. Kxtra Heavy Cashmere All
Wool Shirts or Drowers, very One
and as soft as silk, $1.00. Silk ami
a variety of other kinds too nume?
rous to nientiou.
SMOKING JACKETS AND BATH ROBES.
It's a little early to talk about Christmas gifts, but f
you'll find it interesting to look through our Hue of (
All Wool Tricot Smoking Jackets, silk-faced and j
beautifully trimmed, at $5. Colors: Brown, Green l
and Garnet, with pockets satin-lined. Something out l
of the ordinary and well worth $7.50. (
1 Earn ^Eh
ONE-PRICE
Clothiet and Furnisher,
' Campbell Avenue and Jell'erson Street. I
E SALE
AT
ENOCK'S
BAZAAR,
34 Salem Avenue.
: Goods Slightly Dam
: aged by Smoke to Be
: Sold Regardless of Cost
: for the Next Ten Days.
S BAZAAR,
\ 34 Salem Avenue. , i

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