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offer to make you a suit to or?
der they at once acknowledge
the inferiority of ready-made
clothes; but just here a doubt
arises. We can give you the
benefit of the doubt. You
will know your suit is made to
measure when made by our
tailoring department. Suits,
$L>0 up. _
D. M. TAYLOR,
Ilnttcr and Furnisher.
J. W. Boswell,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
liOj Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va.
Money to Loan
-Foi the Lynchburg Perpetual
-Building and Loan Co.
If you wish the largest, and fattest oys?
ters ever brought to Roanoke go to Bon
net's restaurant. A fresh supply of
Lynhaven oystei;. received every day.
Can be served in any style you like. Fol?
lowing is the price for oysters served:
Lunch counter -Standard stews, 15c;
eight fried, 25c; plate raw, 15c; oyster
soup, 10c; bulk, 25c per quart.
Dining room?Lvnuhaven oysters, the
-very finest, will be served in dining
room?1-3 dozen fry, 25c; stew, 25c; 1
? dozen raw, 25c.
Coming and Going.
S; E. Jones returned, yesterday from
E. S. Herndon, of Newport News, is in
Dr. .7. D. Kirk returuid yesterday to
C. T. Jennings arrived ju the city yes?
terday from Lynchburg.
Miss Eennell, of Holllns Institute.is nt
Hotel Roanoke, where sho will spend Sun?
R. A. Taylor, of Richmond, was in the
Miss Louise Cudltpp, of Richmond, is
stopping at Hotel Roanoke.
Joseph Hanna returned from Lynch
buig yestcrdy afternoon.
H. 1). Lippord, Atlanta, J. Harry
Townsend, Philadelphia, are stopptng'at
W. II. McQuail, of Eunis, \V. Va., E.
M. McDonald, St. Louis, and T. W. Ken?
nedy, of Baltimore,were at the St. James
W. W. Harveycutter, of Salem, was in
H. A. Wilson, ol New York, is in the
Robt. T. ?ud, of Philadelphia, is in
the city stopping nt the Ponce do Leon.
John Sprout, of Crozet, wi?s .in town
R. X. Baker, of nfocksville, X. C, and
j H. Blendix, of Richmond, are stopping
at the Ponce de Leou.
Eighteen memtiers of the Beben Spe?
cialty Company took breakfast at the
St. James Hotel yeste-day morning and
left on the noon train for Durham, X. C,
where they play to-night.
Miss Pearl Paul left last night for
Charlottes vi He, Ya., to reside in the fu?
Ed. McCoy has returned from the
A. F. Miller, of Richmond, is stopping
at the Ponc? de Leon.
Miss Mary Bott&, of Fredericksburg, is
quite sick at the residence of Mrs. M. C.
Massie on Seventh avenue s. w.
J. M. Williams left ou the noon train
yesterday for Bedford City to attend the
Jack Lee returned from Lynchburg
Miss Rena Barger returned from a fly?
ing visit to Radford yesterday.
Frederick Aunspaugh left yesterday
for Lynchburg to attend the fair.
W. B. and Frank Rainey left last night
for Lexington, where they will wltuess
the game of footba'l between the Alle?
gheny and Washington aud Lee teams.
Col. Jas. S. Browning, a coal operator
ofjjl'ocahontas, is in tho city.
Miss Terrill, of Hollius Institute and
Miss Louise Cudlipp, of Richmond are
guests at Motel Roauoke.
Hon. E. W. Saunders, of Rocky Mount,
was in the city yesterday.
Senator H. I). Flood, of Appomattox,
was here yesterday on business.
R. A. Taylor, of Richmond, is regis?
tered at Hotel Roanoke.
W H. McQuail, a coal operator of En
nis. W. V., is a guest at Hotel Roanoke.
Maj. G. W. B. Hale, of Rocky Mount,
is not necessarily good because it Is thick and heavy;
some of it is made of wood stock, and some of rags. A
thin sheet of rag paper is better than a thick sheet of
wood paper ; It will fold better, take ink better, and, if it
is to be subjected to a good bit of handling, will last a
great deal longer. Wood paper can be furnished at a lower price than rag paper;
mind, we do not say it Is cheaper. It may serve for a blank that is to be used only
once or twice?but after being folJoJ several times it will crack at the fold, maybe
break in two. You can notice this in wood envelopes?the edge will appear rough,
and the liability of bursting in the mails is about two to one, when compared with
rag stock. We furnish either grade?but we cannot furnish the rag grade at the
THE STONE: PRINTING AMD HTG. CO.
CDW. L. STONE, President
110-12-14 Norm Jefferson Street R07XNOKC, VIRGINIA
wus in the cty yesterday en route home
from the Lyuchhurg fair.
Rev. J. H. Roberts passed through the
ciry yesterday en route to Ohir,where he
goes to deliver a series of lectures.
M. C. Poltou and W. C. Judkins, of
Christiausburc, were in the city "yester?
FIVE TICKETS BEFORE VOTERS.
Richmond, Va., Oct. 15.?There will,
it is believed, bo five tickets, or parts of
tickets, on the official ballots to be voted
for at the election ou November 2. These
are Democrats, Republicans, Prohibition?
ists, Socialists anil Populists. The first
three parties have nominations for all of
the candidates to be voted for. The So?
cialists have nominated fot governor and
lieuieuaut governor, but not for attorney
general, and the Populists only for lieu?
DETECTIVE BROWN'S ASSAILANT
Pearishure, Giles county, Vn., Oct.
15.?E. H. Atchison, tvho shot Al.
Brown, a member of the Baldwin detec?
tive agency, on the 21th of September,
was yesterday found guilty and sentenced
to three years !n the penitentiary.
MAHER CHALLENGES COR BETT.
Pittsburg, Oct. 15.?M. J. Connelly, on
behalf of Peter Malier, to night issued a
challenge to James J. Corbett to fight for
the heavy-weight championship of the
world and a side bet of $5,000, the ti^ht
to take place before the club 'offering the
largest purse. Connelly .wi'l meet Cor?
bett at any time at the ollico of the
Police Gazette to arrange details. If Cor?
bett does not accept the challenge, it is
open to any man in the world.
"MONOGRAMS." Best cigar made.
SOMETHING TO KNOW.
It may bo worth something to know
that the very best medicine for restoring
the tired-out nervous system to a healthy
vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine
is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone
to the nerve centres in the stomach,
gently stimulates the liver and Kidneys
and aids these, organs in' throwing oft
impurities iu the blood. Electric bitters
improves the appetite, aids digestion and
is pronounced by those who have tried it
as the veiy best biood purifier and nerve
, tonic. Try it. Sold lor 60c or $1 per
bottloat Massic's Pharmacy, 101? Jefferson
AWRENGE Oi UAVIS.
No. f) Campbell avenue s w,
PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES.
TO SUPPORT LYNCHBURG TICKET.
Harrisoubnrg, Va., Oct. 15.?Capt. \V.
S. Lurty, who was defeated for tue nom?
ination for governor nt L3ncb.bu.r1r, and
whose remarks on that occasion 'are well
known, is oti^t to day in a card announc?
ing Iiis intention of supporting the ticket
nominated at Lynchburg. He still thinks
that the votes of enough delegations that
bad no right to vot?- were cast against
him to defeat him, but says he believes it
to be the duty af all loyal Republicans to
support the ticket, aud asks all of his
friends to do so.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
Chicago, Oct. 15.?The leadiug fu?
tures ranged as follows:
Wheat? Open. Close.
December. ?JOj OU
December . l!)f IS}
December. 7.75 7.S7
December. 4 27 4.33
December. 4.55 4.G0
The fie- S? - t
FOR RENT?One of the llnest brick
residences In the city, 14 rooms, modem
improvements. Also an elegant subur?
ban residence with !) acres of land on
electric car line. THE PEDIGO-BEL?
LE R REAL ESTATE COMPANY.
New Nuts just received at CATOG
;the next legislature.
Large Percentngo of New Men as Onr
.Kiclimond, Vn., Oct. 15.? Of the
twenty-one nominations made by the
Democrats for the seuate, fourteen ere
new men?a larger 'porcentnge than In
any year since the war. Over sfxty of
thu one hundred house candidates are
new men. Two gentlemen, at present
members of tho senate, have "been nomi?
nated for the house. They are tho Hou.
James N. Stubbs, of Gloucester, and Dr.
G. 'I'. Suead, of Princess Anne. Dr. W,
I). Uuisenborry, of Caroline, a former
senator, is also a house nominee. Six for?
mer nipmlers of the house have been put
up for tho sin ate, as follows; Bland.
Mnssle, of Nelson; B. B. Mutiford, of
Richmond; R. 13. Hartley, of Sussex; S. E.
Foster, of Norfolk; R. A. James, of
Plttsylvania, and John 'N. Ople, of Am
gusta. The Republicans and Populists
bavo very few candidates in the Held.
MRS. FORD'S FIRST MOVE.
She Gets an Injunction Restraining "Her
Husband Receiving M<mey.
Richmond, Va., Oct. 15.?Mrs. Loretta
Small Ford to-day secured an injunction
from the law anil equity court restrain
lug Lawyer Preston Cocke, trustee of the
Ford estate, from paying over to Stew?
art Ford if 150 at stated periods, the
amount allowed him by his 'mother. It
will be remembered that Ford and his
wife are slicing each other for divorce.
She claims alimony, and -ays in her bill
that Ford is so extravagant if he is al?
lowed to draw his allowance ther,e will tjt
no money cut of which to pay qgjlmony if
it is allowed by the court.
Fresh oocoanuts, new crop, atCATOG
New Citron, Currants and Seedless
Raisins for fruitcake, at CATOGNl'S.
If you own a horse go to 1107 Salem ave?
nue and see wuat .1. iz. Shaner, the Ken?
tucky horseshoer, will guarantee to do
for your horse. His work stands on its
merits, and bis prices are right.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE for im?
proved Roanoke property, a lino farm of
240 acres at Mont'ale, Bedford County,
or wi'l sell cheap. For full particulars
call on THE PKDIGO-HELLER REAL
PIKE; 1,1 FE. Act'I hunt.
NO. 7 CAMPBELL AVENUE,
For Infants and Children.
G3J~ Subscrlho for The Times.
JOHNSTON & GO
104 South Jefferson street.
Do you use steam i your business?
If so, you ahouM carry 'oiler insura ic,
protecting you against damage from ex?
plosion. $5,000 costs per annum.
Boilers regularly inspected by ixpeit*
without fuither cost.
A. J. KVANS. K. M. I1UTT. O. U. I'KieK.
EVANS, BUTT & PRICE,
(Successors to Evani linn.)
Keep a Full and Complete Lina of
Kvery Article Knowu to the
Hard were Trade. We Invite
UQ Inspect.on of Our Stock uud
22 Campbell Avenue.
More Prosperous Times
Even in our own community
there's a decided change for the
We want a large share
is our purpose to
natural increase in busi
Values, and it
Below we name a lew items
taken here and there from our
See the great lines of Dress
Goods and Silks, Underwear,
Flannels, Blankets and Comforts
and Ladies' and Children's
30 DOZEN' MEN'S WHITE Unbleached
Dress Shirts, size's 12 to 18 1-2?a first
class 50c shirt, 39c.
40 DOZEN MEN'S FANCY Fleeced
Stockinet Shirts and Drawers, gray, very
best regular 50c quality?ouly -12c.
CASE MEN'S All Wool Scarlet Shirts
and Drawers?ouly 5!)o.
80 DOZEN MEN'S WHITE Stockinet
Shirts and Drawers, very line lleece lin?
ing, positive value O'Jc?going at 50c.
FINE ALij WOOL FLANNELS, Silk
embroidered, 30-inch wide, U2 l-2e, 15c,
89c aud $1 a yard.
00-INCH TAPESTRY for Upholster?
ing, ouly 157 l-2c.
HEAVY PERF I AN Tapestry for Up?
holstering, the regular 75y quality?now
FINK SILK TAPESTRY for Uphol?
stering, beautiful: worth $1.76?here
40-INCH DOTTED MUaLIN for Cur
tains ?now only 12 1 2c.
? ]?'. 5c Scrim of Curt^in?*
ENTIRE LINE fine Japanese Draper?
ies and r ilkolines; worth 12 I 2c?now
PRETTY FANCY DEN IMS for Dra?
pery, 30-inch, 12 l-2c.
NEW TURKISH Striped Denim, 22c;
SPECIAL in India Lim n?our lovely
12 l-2c quality?now 10c ? a bargain.
EXCELLENT CANTON FLANNEL
5c a yard, 20 yards for SI. /
BETTER GRADE Canton Flnnneis,
at 0 1-lc
EXTRA HEAVY Canton Flannels 8c;
GOOF. 1C-4 Unbleached Sheetinc, only
FINE ENGLISH BLANNELETTES
(outlnus), only 8c
36-INCH FEATHER-PROOF Ticking,
20c: worth 25c.
32 INCH AMOSKEAG ticking, feather
32-INCH FINE INDIGO Striped Ttek
ing, 12 l-2c ?ort, 10c.
CORSETS'nctually worth 50c?the C
B] make?white, drab and ecru?great
'THE MAJESTIC" is a beautiful
Corset, perfectly modeled, best material
white, drab and last black?cheap at (i5c
?bargain at 50c.
LOVELY C-B CORSETS, white, drab
and black, 75c.
R & G CORSET?."as good as the dol?
lar Corsets you generally get, better than
dome dollar sorsets?75c.
CASE PRETTY Novelty Dress Goods
for school dresses, 30-inch, 12 l-2c.
goods at 50c.
40 PIECES DeautUul novelty dress
goods ou our counters this week at
"LOVELY TWO-TONED "Cheviots"
the foreign sort?big value at 75c.
SILK AND WOOL Epinalines,
changeable, the $1 a yard sort?here 75c.
SEE THE BLACK "Coatlnc Chev?
iot" for stylish dresses?-it is a beauty ?
actually worth 75c, for 5!)c.
VERY FINE French Serge In Hack
only, 75c a yard; worth $1.
line novelty dress
INFANTS' Cashmere Wrappers, all
sizes, 25c to l!5c each.
INFANTS' Australian Lamb's Wool
Wrappers, all sizes, 35c to 55c each.
CHILDREN'S line Jersey Ribbed all
wool Vests, lonely quality, all sizes, 45c
50 DOZEN GENTS' sheer white H. 6.
Handkerchiefs, 5c each, cheap at 8c.
GETS, fine white H. S. Handkerchiefs.
8c; a bargain.
LADIES' sheer white H. S. Handker?
chiefs, with embroidered corners, only 5c.
BL AC K HEN RIETTA
gain?38-inch; 50c a yard.
BLACK and colored French Serge, ab?
solutely all line wool, only 25c a yard.
Til 3 BLACK CHEVIOTS at 75c are
BLACK BROCADE MOHAIR, 42
incb, only 25c.
05 PIECES excellent all pure wool
dress cloth for school dresses, will wash
like mu?lin, 36-inch, only 25c.
LOT CHILDREN'S Gossamer Vests,
sizes 5 to 15 years, wore 15c to 25c each?
now 10c each.
CASE MISSES' fine Jersey Ribborl
Fleece-Lined Vests and Pants?7 to 15
CASE LADIES' Jersey Ribbed Vests
aud Pants, soft llecced, well worth 25c?
GREAT VALUE in ladles' fine Ribbed
Vests and Pants at 25c and 37 1 2c.
LADIES' sheer white H. S. Handker?
chiefs, only 3c each.
LADIES' fine embroidered Swiss
Handkerchiefs 1 Do each.
50 DOZEN LADIES' fine 4 ply Mnen I
collars, all styles; worth 12 l-2c to 17c
LADIES' line Linen Cuffs to match,
17c n pair.
SEE THE GREAT fall line of Kid
Gloves?the greatest stock of them ever
shown in this section?black aud all
colors, at $1 a pair.
INFANTS' Wool Knitted Mittens,
white, only Beja pair.
INFANTS' very fine Lamb's Wool Mit?
tens, 25c a pair.
CHILDREN'S fjne Wool Knitted Mit?
tens, both white and black?only 10c a
LADIES' Cashmere Gloves, excellent
quality, full lengths, only 12 l-2c, cheap
LADIES' very fine quality Cashmere
LADIES' Fine Eiderdown Dressing
Sacques, all colors, only 75c each.
half wool, 15c.
GOOD all wool white Flannel, 20c.
OUR 25c white
wool Flannel is uu
FINE LAMB'S Wool Flannel, very
soft, 37 l-2c.
HEAVY Twilled Flannels, blue mixed,
scarlet and navy blue?all pure wool ?
HEAVY all wool Scarlet Flannels at
17c and 20c.
GRAY real Shaker Flannels, 30 ityh,
ALL WOOL heavy white Shaker Flan?
INCH white heavy wool Shaker
Flannels for children's and infants' wear,
HEAVY Grey Twilled Flannels for la?
dies' underskirts,- 18c a yard.
ALL-WOOL Eiderdowns, only 25c a
LADIES' Underskirt Patterns aU uuru
wool at 69c and 80c each.
TWO CASES good 10-1 Blankets,
white and grey, 50c a pair.
HEAVY Grey Blankets for servants'
beds, $1 and $1 25 a pair.
11-4 WHITE Fleeced Blankets, I eavy
and full size, $1 a pair.
UNBLEACHED Linen Table Damask,
real good quality, 60 inch, only 23c a
HEAVY all Linen Table Damask, g,reat|
value at 30c.
ALL-LINEN Table Damask, 39c.
FINE bltacbed Damask, 72-inch, only!
GOOD Crash for tea towelingV%\ dJ
3 1 2c :
CRASH for towels, all pure Linen, 5c ij
40-INCH Unbleached ' Embioidtrjl
Linen, all Linen, ouly 25c
FINE bleached Embroidery L,nen|
45 inch, 50c.
100 DOZEN Hemmed Huck Towels-i
much better than usual at thisDrice-l
12 l-2c each.
LARGE bleached Cotton Honey<:<on 1
Towels?only 8c each; worth 10c.
HOT WATER BOTTLES, best gradel
1 quart, 45c: 2 quart 50c; 4 quart, 5Nc
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