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The greatest uaine of the season at
Athletic Park this afternoon. Be sure
to attend. IH:T
Don t forget
One of Cur New
D. M. TAYLOR,
Hatter ai?l ruriiislier.
112 Jefferson street.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
BRChicago, Nov. 24.?The? leading fu?
tures ranged as follows:
Wheat? Open. Close.
December . 20 < 2(H
December. 7.20 7.20
December. 4.07 4.10
THE DISCOVERY OF THE DAY.
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of
Shreveport. La , says: "Dr. King's New
Discovery is the ouly thing that cures my
cough, and it is the best; seller I have."J J.
F. Campbell, merchant of Safford, Ariz.,
writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is.all
that is claimed for it: it never tails, and
is a suta cure for consumption, coughs
and colds. I cannot Bay enough for its
merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and cold.? is not an
experiment.. It has been tried for a quar?
ter of a century, and to-day st anas at the
head. It never disappoints. Free trial
bottles at Massie'a Pharmacy.
Doll Babies and Toys, new and cheap
Gravatt's Fair, 0 Salem avenue.
Hon. Kent 11. Sterner, member-elect of
the bouse of delegates from Botet ourt
couuty, was In the city yesterday, accom?
panied by bts wife.
Guy M. Rose, a young employe of the
Roanoke Machine Works, will ieavo to?
day to visit frieuds in Funkst own, two
miles from Hagerstown, Ml.
Chas. L. Cocke, of Rollins, was in tbo
Chas. Lunsford went to Bedford City
cn the noon train yesterday.
Judge Berryman Greeu, of Danville, is
registered at the Ponce do Leon.
Mrs. Jamea Carter, of Martinsville, is
in the city.
Mrs. Camerer and children, who have
been stopping in the city, returned to
their home in Galveston, Tex., yesterday.
R. H. Fife, of St. Albans, passed
through the city yesterday on his way to
Miss Susie Williams, of Hollins Insti?
tute, is visiting Mrs. J. B. Holts on
South Jefferson street.
Ed. L. Stcnc left last night for Rich?
mond on business.
Col. W. A. Waugh made a Hying trip
to Christiansburg yesterday.
Miss Eula Jamar, of Hollins, is visit?
ing Miss Nonie Read.
Dr. A. E. Owen, of Portsmouth, re?
turned to bis home yesterday.
C. R. Mabood, of the R. J. Reynolds
Tobacco Co., is in the city to spend
Thanksgiving with his father.
J. J. Dorsey, of Richmond, is in the.
city, stopping at the Ponce de Leon.
J. Kyle Montague, cf Christiansburg,
was in town yesterday.
Geo. Hutchison, a student at tbe V. P.
I.,is in town.
CATOGNI IN LINE.
Catogni's r?staurnnt will spread 7a
royal feast at dinner to-day to the pat?
rons of that popular resort. Sec tbe bill
of tare on the fourth page.
Maud, the little daughter of Charles
Duffy, who has been quite sick for some
time past, is, much to tbo delight of her
friends, uow able to be out again.
TREE AND VINE PRUNING.
Now is the time to have your trees and
grape vines trimmed. I have had twenty
yi ars cspeiience and would he glad to do
the work for von. Satisfaction guar*n
teeu, and Hiebest of references furnished.
If you want your work done write me
and I will come to see you at once. Re?
spectfully, L. J. CRALLE,
CUT IN HALF.
When choosing Misses' and Children's
Tain O'Shanters bear in mind that 75c
grades ara reduced to 25c. Those lately
$1 being 40c. When we make people feel
goad about prices, it's easy enough to
enthuse them over the catchy, nobby
effects?25c. and 49c. Palais Royal, 101
Tiofae- ?Jp j
You are invite?
I By The Stone Printing
I pany Band, at Hot
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2 >? SERENADE FOR BARITONE ....
|. MEDLEY OVERTURE?"A Gay Old ]
4 5. WALTZ?"In Old Madrid".
^ (,. SCHOTTISCHE?"1 Waut yer Ma Ho
it 7. MARCH?"Gardes du Corps ".
CHAS. C. ROGi
* The Band (20 Pieces) is Compc
?a- The Stone Printing and I
A PRETTY IIOMK WEDDING.
A quiet but beautiful home wedding
took place yesterday at 1 o'clock at the
residence of the bride's mother on Church
avenue when Miss .losie ljiler became tbe
bride of A. II. Monroe, a popular young
gentleman of Bluefleld. The house was
tastefully decorated with cat bowers and
evergreens. Miss Katie Riley, a sister
of the bride, was maid of honor, and Er?
nest Chapman, of Minefield, acted as best
man. The bride was becomingly dressed
in a traveling suit of cadet blue. The
ceremony7 was impressively performed by
Rev. Father .T. W. Lynch, of the Catholic
Church, after which the bridal par-V re
paiied to the dlDing-room,where a sump?
tuous repast awaited them. The happy
couple left on the 4;25 train forBluefiell,
where they will reside iu the future.
The postoflice will observe holiday
hours to-day. The carriers will all have
holiday and those who wish tneir mail
will have to call al the office in the morn
iu? between 9:30 and 10:30 and iu the
evening between .Vuud 0.
Beautiful baskets, new and cheap.
Husbands who would please their
wives should buy only HYGIENE PAT?
ENT FLOUR, made from the cream of
Go to the Had ford Steam Laundry for
d to attend the
and Manufacturing Com- ?
el Roanoke, South %
ren o'clock". X
Boy ".De Witt >
>sed Exclusively of Employes of ??
Manufacturing Company. jj!
No, 7 Campbell Ave.,
ATTENDING THE CONVENTION.
T. Alfred Vernon.n New York million
nire, was in the city last night at th" ger
man held at Hotel Koanoke. Mr. Vernon
is attending the Phi Gamma Delta con?
vention which i.-. in session in Salem.
TENNESSEE TEAM HERE.
The foothall team of the University of
Tennessee arrived in the city last night
and went immediately to HotelRoanoke,
where they will be quartered. The mem?
bers of this team are a sturdy looking
set of men and will no doubt give a good
account of themselves this afternoon.
Norfolk shell oyster.-., not opened, '
cents each, at CATOGNI'S.
To show to the people of Koj
most liberal patronage, we hav<
DAY, the 26th day of Novemb
All Carpets over 35c per yard
make, line and lay free of chare
AVe have the best line in tin
prices are the lowest. Come ea
'Phone 403. - - - - I
If there is anything in the
insurance line that you want?
Fire, Life, Accident, Boiler
Explosion, Plate Glass or Em?
ployers' Liability?WE HAY E
IT, AND THE VERY BEST
104 South Jefferson street,
While attending the ASSOCIATION,
we extend you a cordial invitation
to give us a call at Ho Salem
avenue. It will l>e a pleasure to
us to show you our line of FINE
FOOTWE.VK. Style, quality and
M. 6. RIELEY, 36 Salem Ave.
1>. a. Ci.lKKKlt. Manager.
BRUSH MOUNTAIN COAL will
please you. Let us send you a ton.
'Phone 210. J. H. WILKINSON & CO.
moke our appreciation of their
} concluded to set apart Fill?
er, as a day for the
, bought on that day, we will
3 city to select from, and our
i'ly and avoid the rush.
3VERSTREET & THURMAN.
FIRE. 1.1 FI5. ACCIDENT.
W. L Andrews & Go.,
100 1-2 Cainplioll avenue. W.
t.ooil Com panic*. Prompt Settlement*.
Well, that matter is settled
temporarily. However, you
may lose your home any night
by fire. Have it insured with
RO. M. KENT, JR.,
Corner Jefferson nn<l Salem Avenue,
LAWKKNCR 8. DAVIit, Klic, Life or.d Acci?
dent Ii fiiritiee, No. 5 Campbell iivtnue W.,
< ommor'liil Union. <>r London
FlrcmunV Fand, of Cfillulornia.
Lion Fire, of London.
.M ?mini Lifo InRnrai ro Co.. or New York.
Now York Underwriter*', of New York.
North HrlUsti und MrrCKOttlo, of London.
Norwich Union, lit Knj;lar.d.
l'hlladeluiii* Uu^erwrliers', of Philadelphia.
Pno4Dlx. ? t London.
Scotiuu Unlaa und National.of Edinburgh
Standard Accident, ot Mlrlu.vnn.
Breakfast 26 cents; dinner, 2.3 cents;
supper, 26 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J.
J. Catogni'a rcstauraut
GRAND SALE THIS MORNING.
Separate Departments for V. P. I. and U. of T. Colors. Extra force of salespeople for the
Ribbon Counters. You will be waited upon promptly.
CLOSES PROMPTLY AT 12 O'CLOCK.
See the beautiful displays of V. P. 1 and U. of T. Colors in our big show-windows.