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EVERY MORNING, RXCBPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PDBLISUINQ CX>., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. H. w. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTR. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " 8IX MONTHS. 3.00 *' ONE /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ?>nr>K.u. I Business Office.148 phon km. -j Kdltori,?i Rooms.194 Interstate Phones?Same numbers for the same locations. NOVEMBER. S M T W T F S 1 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 . General Blanco, commauder of the Spanish forces In Cuba, says the policy of his government will be one thing in the palace at Havana and nuother in the field. The autonomy which he will offer to tho insurgents will, he says, be nt the point of the bayonet, which seems to indicate a vigorous military policy on the part of tho liberals, however sweet the promises of the Spanish government may be. Tne English papers are discussing the dangers of a collision between the French and the British in 'South Africa, when the fact seems to be that the crisis was passed In tho Tunis agreement some time ago when Lord Salisbury, uudcr pressure, made certain concessions which will give substantial advantages to France and render impossible great Britain's pet ambition of an Africa all-English from Cape Town to Cairo. It must not be forgotten, however, that French colonization geneially redounds to the advantage of the British. Theodore Durrant. the murderer of Blanche Lament, has made a desperate fight for life; but'it'seems that all the ef? forts of his counsel will be without avail. A ?an Francisco dispatch says the United States supreme court has affirmed the decision of the su? preme court of California, and that Dur? rant must hang. This is one of the strangest sod most revolting stories of murder ever recorded, and even now there are many people who believe Durrant did not commit the crimes of which he is ac? cused. He has,'.however, had the Leneflt of the best legal talent in the State to se? cure his acquittal, and all that money ?r the devotion of friends could do to save him from the gallows has been done. The business situation has greatly im? proved in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana by the appearance of frost in those States and the withdrawal of quarantine from infected places. Ref? ugees are ret uruinc home and the good effects of lifting the quarantine are al? ready seen in the resumption of trade and travel. Cars that were tied up at Naw Orleans and Mobile are coming north and coal and iron shipments which have been Impeded for want of facilities for trans? portation will soon be moving with a rush. Railroad agents already foresee that their lines are going to be pushed to the utmost to move the freight which has accumulated within the past two months. The rush of business which Will follow the unlocking of the wheels of commerce iu the South will do much towards alleviating'the condition of peo? ple there who have suffered so much from the depressing effects of the epidemic and the enforced deprivations that naturally ensued. Senator James K. Joues. of Arkansas, chairman of the Democratic national committee, is* jubilant |over the result of the election on the 2d instant. He is particularly gratified over the Demo Sarsapariila Permanently Cures Scrofula, which is one of the worst af fiictiona of the human race, nud comcj from impure blood. Eczema, u most offensive and uncomfort? able affection of the skin, also due to impure blood. Salt Rheum. a torment to the flesh, a dis? figurement to the body, and n drain on the system, also duo to vitiated blood. Pimples, which so disfigure the skin, and make the human facu divino anything but a thing of beauty, but which are Nature's adver? tisement of foul blood. Catarrh, which very often comes from a cbronio affection of the circula? tion, is a constant offenso to one's self and all his friends. Rheumatism, which all authorities now attri? bute to various acidities in tho blood, which this great blood purifier of tho age, Hood's Sar saparilla, corrects. Hood's Sarsapariila Is sold by .all druggists. $1; six for $r>. Pre? pared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. Hnnd'fi Diflc arMh" best after-dinner * ,vuu 0 ? pills, al l ('iuestlon. -2?c. cratic victory in Kentucky and the work done by the Louis vi Ho Dispatch, which he calls Kentucky's "Silver Knight." The results of last Tuesday he regards as an omen of coming and greater good. "It just takes," he says, "opposition and sorrows to dovelope tho full strength of the Democratic party. Error dies from a pin scatch, but truth survives a cyclone. Tho Democratic party is truth, and when it eoiues> to a long race aud a hard race tho Democratic party gets there." It will not do, however, to be misled by the Senator's enthusiasm; for while he has good reasons to be proud of what Democ? racy accomplished in the late election it must not be forgotten that his (inures before the election in 189(3 were, some of them, wide ' of the mark, aud though tho prospetts for the triumph of free 1 silver In 1900 are very bright, It can only be brought about by hard aud persisteut labor on the part ot its friends. Notwithstanding his disastrous knock? out in the late election in "Maryland, Sen? ator Gorman does not, it is said, consider his political case a hopeless one. He stil' has aspirations, it seems, and these are a high order. He even asp,res to be the Democratic nominee for President in 1900, and this is how ho proposes to gain the coveted distinction. His friends as? sert that when he retires from tho Sen? ate he will reorganize his machine and he nominated for Governor of Maryland. His election will be secured with a whoop and a huriah, add two years hence, with the prestiee of this victory, he will enter upon the fight for the Presidential nomi? nation. His sturdy and determined fight against the; force bill, which was mainly defeated through his efforts, has made him many friends in the South, where, in spite of all of his mistakes, ho is still regarded with affection, but it will be utterly impossible for him oi any other man to supplant W. .T. Bryan In the esteem and confidence of the people; hence as long as tho latter remains the living force iu American politics that he now is, it will bo useless for Mr. Gorman or any one else t" Indulge in such a wild and hopeless scheme as tho ono outlined phove. THE BAPTIST ASEOCTATION. The Bnptist General Association of Virginia which meets at Calvary Baptist Church Friday evening, November 19th, will be a thoroughly representative gath? ering and will consist of about five hun? dred delegntes, who with others from abroad will make tbo number of visitors in attendance during the session from six to eight hundred. All of the dele? gates must be cared for during their stay and as the Baptists of this city have al? ways shown a liberal spirit in assisting other denominations under similar cir? cumstances, it is no more than proper that they should come forward and aid them in caring for the members of the association, Of the five hundred dele? gates expected, homes have so far been engaged for about 300, and 'citizens able and willing to help in this matter would confer a great favor by leaving their names and the numberjthey can accom? modate, either at their own homes or at boarding houses or hotels, with Captain R. B. Worthnm, chairman of ^the enter? tainment committee, who can be found at tho office at !Earman! and Flippo on Skiern avenuo between Henry and Com? merce streets. As this is an important matter, and the time is short, it should be attended to at ouce. THE OHIO SITUATION. ' The senatorial situation in Ohio grows in Interest, notwithstanding the Repub? licans have a Bmnll majority iu tho leg. islature on joint ballot. It is very plain that Senator Foraker and Governor Bush nell have no lovo for Boss Hanna, the "President maker," but while the form? er declares that ho will support him for United States Senator, the latter is very evasive ofi the subject. It is openly asserted that a deal has been consum? mated by which the Democrats of the Ohio legislature agree to support Bush nell for the United States Senate, pro? vided be can secure "enough Republican members to insure bis election. As there are several members bitterly hostile to Boss Hanna, it is believed such an ar? rangement can be easily effected, and from present appearances it seems that the aspirations of the plutocratic mana? ger of tbo last. Republican campaign are doomed to disappointment and defeat. Next to Oie election of.a silver Demo? crat as* United States Senator in Ohio this would be the"greutest triumph the opponents of Jthe moneyed boss could wish.With millions of money at his command and all the power of the na? tional ami Statu .administrations at his backjjho'was able to .secure a Republican legislature on a very narrow margin, and now to lose tho Senatorial prize when it is already apparently within his grasp will'be humiliating enough to break the spirit of the stoutest and most grasping of politicians. eTho passing of Hanna from tho field of American politics would be a glory next to a complete Democratic victory iu tho State of Ohio. FOOTBALl?VERSU8 PUGILISM. The game of football in Georgia, since tho tragic result of tho late contest be? tween the university teams of Virginia and Georgia, in which a very promising young man of the last named team lost his life, seems to be doomed. Tho feel? ing all through tho Empire State of the South is entirely in opposition to tho gamo and in favor of enacting a law that will render tootball playing impossible. While this seems to bo [the predominant sentiment, It appears ulso certain that | This is tho hardest month in the year on shoes?but we bave"u kind tbnt sim piy laughs at had weather, aud comes up sm ling through the sleet and mud. They will save doctor's bills. We mean those Men's Strong Stvlish Winter Hals at $1.98. $2 ?l), $3 and $3.50. Many people pay 50c to $1 per pair more money and get no better shce, simply because some manufacturer's name is stnmped on the strap. If you should get a poor pair from us, we are at baud and easy to find, and easy to get satisfaction from. Then, too, we make a specialty of Bovs' Hard-Wear School Shoes, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. oanoke Shoe Co., Spot Cash Money Savers. ROANOKE, VA. soon after tho passage of a bill outlawing football anottier will be enacted legaliz? ing prize lighting, and, according to the latest reports, the admirers of the manly art are making vigorous efforts to sub stitute'on the statute books of the State the latter for the former. The leiiit'er of this movement is Repre? sentative Joseph Mansfield, of Mclutosh county, and in order to convince the members of the House nrd Senate of the hnrmlessness of boxing as compared with the ferocities of footbnll be took about fifty of them to witness a ten-round con? test between Engils, of Atlanta, and Pe? terson, of Chicago. It was a determined light and resulted in the defeat of the Atlauta man. The Georgia legislators who attended the exhibition refused to say what impression the brutal sport made upon them; but, as nil of them re? mained until the clone, it is not supposed their moral or their physical sensibilities were seriously jarred, and it is expected that Mr. Mansneld's bill for the promo? tion of the manly art In Georgia will meet with strong support, if it does not become a law. The advocates of the measure urge that when a prize fight Is arranged men of one class are not pitted against men of another; but that both must be of e<innl weight; while on the other hand, one college team will challenge another to a a game of football with vary little atten? tion to the weight and das? cf the con? testants. Frequently the men Hue up, as in the. late lamentable game at Atlanta, with the men of one team a veragiug m?re than twenty pounds heavier than those of the other, and, In a contest of this character, where strength and superior weight mean two-thirds of the game, the result cn.n Tiardly be otherwise than dis? astrous to the lighter side. It would be about the same as if in pugilistic encounters a heavy weight was put against a light weight. Football as a winter sport at colleges in this coun? try, especially at the North, Is in no dan? ger of being legislated out of existence, and will no doubt, continue to hold a similar place iu the respective localities that baseball does in the summer and fall; but, while the element of danger and the call for nerve and superior skill will con? tinue to make it popular with all who admire games in which these qualities are required, it cannot be denied that if footbnll were remodeled so as to elimi? nate some of its most hazardous features it would come ranch nearer being to all lovers of sport the national game of w'n ter as baseball is of summer. MR. WINGATK'S DENIAL. To the Editor of The Times: In your report, of the proceedings of the citizeus' meeting held in the circuit court room yesterday Lueien H. Cocke, Esq., 's quoted as charging that "the city engi? neer when applied to for surveys of de? linquent lands, makes such surveys in his office instead of upon the ground." In denial of this charge I will 88y that but two applications for such surveys have been made during my incumbency of this office and in each case field surveys were made. Very truly yours, " l J. H. WING ATE, ^City Engineer. Roanoke, Va., Nov. 0th, 1807. It will not cure everything. It is not claimed that it will cure but one com? plaint, that is, dyspepsia. We cannot say that it will cure every case of dys? pepsia, but it will cure a large majority of them. Such cases as are adapted to its use will derive immediate benefit. One sn.al1 bottle will be sufficient to test it. The Shaker Digestivo Cordial is es? pecially adapted .for emaciated or elderly people whose food does them but llttlo or no good l-.ccnuse it is not digested. The Cordial contains an artificially di? gested food .and is a digcstei of food happily combined. Read one of thojlittle books which your druggist is now giving away and learn of this wonderful remedy. A really palatable Castor Oil can now bo hnd under the mi;ne of Laxol. COQUE BOAS AT 10c. 25 dozen children's Coque Boar, regu? lar price 60c, to go this week at 10c. PALAI8 ROYAL, 101 Salem avenue. LIST DF DELINQUENT LANDS. Published for the Information of the People. All parties owning real estate or in any way interested in Roaucke real estate should carefully examine thiH list of prop? erties filed upon as delinquent and sub? ject to be 'sold for the taxes due on the same. This list, however, does uot in? clude the whole list of property filed on and all parties in any way interested should examine the papers iu the office of the corporation clerK. As most of tho property tiled upon will doubtless be redeemed before the expira? tion of the period allowed by law and de? siring to make the costs as light as possi? ble The Times has fi'ed with Capt. 8. S. Brooke, clerk of the corporation court a proposition to publish the necessary ad? vertisement, when per?onal service cau not be had, for $1,130 each. Half of lot 12, Roror map, J. W. Coon. Lot south side of Day, 100 East Roan oko street, W. J. and L. Blair, Jr. Part of lot 14, Taylor laud, J. H. Ran kin. Lots 1(5, IT, 18 and and 1!), section;!, Tom Lewis map, S. P. K. Miller and Ila gey. Lot south side Day street corner Franklin road, \V. T. Lockett. Lots 1 to 7 inclusive Fishburne map, nnd lot. 28, section 8, borer, F. Rorer, .lr. Lots 1 to 8 inclusive section 157, River Viaw, Mrs. A. B. Didier. Lot 8, section 1, Lewis addition, B. L. Artbui. Lots 1) and 10, sectiou 0, Mountain View addition, L. Ii. Blair. Lot 18?, ward f>, R. L. and I, Com? pany, \V. H. Stoll. Lot 24, section 5, lngleside addition, Iuglesido Land Company. Lot or tract of land, lot north side Al leghany, 132 west Paik, W. J. and L. Blair, Jr. Lot of land containing 1045-100 acres, Fifth ward, Lansdowue Improvement Company. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, f> and 7. First ward, section 3 Mountain View Land Company. Lot on north side High street, Mary V. Barksdale. Half of lot'.), sectiou 12, map R. F. anil H., Aunio V. Austin. Lots 5 and 0 and part of 7, section 2(5. R. F. and II.. W. 1). Adams. Lot 0, section 20, Hyde Park, Carrie ? Anderson. Lot 0 and part of 10, section 27, If. F. and H., M. E. Allen. Lot south side Luck street, Mrs. Nan? nie B. Page. Lot 21, section 20, R. L. and I. Com? pany. I). S. Layne. Lot in Old Li>-k.J. A.and W.C. Duncan. Lot 4, block 2(1, West End, S. L. Cun nlncchnm. Part of tots 18 and 19, Fourth ward, Roimoke Land and Improvement Com? pany, Julia Heagle. Half of let 23, Fifth ward, Roanoke Land and Improvement Company, Ayers & McC'ure. Lot 7, section 18, P. L. Company, J. A. Bumgardner. Lot 7, sectiou 14, Rorer map, Mary M. Bright. Lot on Norfolk and Western railroad. Baird, Samuel Lot southwest corner Roanokc aud Day streets, B. B. Cash. 1 wo lots on west side Ronnoke street, W. j. and L. Blair, Jr. Lot east side Roanoke street 200 feet north of Birch street, L. H. Baldwin. Let east side Roanokc street 100 feet north of Birch street, L. II. Baldwin. Lot northeast" corner Roanoke nn.l Birch streets, L. H. Baldwin. Lots 1 to 16 inclusive, section 88, and 1 to 10 inclusive section 97, Melrose, Commercial Land Company. Lots 1 to 11 inclusive, section 8; 1 to 15 inclusive, section 9, and 1 to 7, section 10, Commercial Laud Company Lots 3 to 8 inclusive, section 50, and 15 and 10 section 90, Melrose addition, H. J. Churchman. Lots 3 to 9 inclusive, section 87, and lot 15 in section 73, Melrose, J. Cobb. Lots I, 2, 8. 4, 5 aud 0, section 51, Mel? rose, W. H. Breen. Lots 8. 9 and;i0, section 20, North Side Land Company, J. C. Blackwell. Lot north sido Moorman road, E. B. Bowers and D. B. Harbour. Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11,Rorer mnp, Horton & Jones. Lot 24, section 2, Lewis addition, A. J. Hines. Lot ll, section 2, Lewis addition, Jno. G. Lewis. Lot Wells and_ Commonwealth avenue, Scott ?; Wright. Two lots 118 and|278, Fifth ward, Roa? noko Land and 'Improvement Company, Stoll Sz Simmons. Lot southwest corner Washington street and Franklin road, Mrs. A. B. Didier. Lots 13, 14, 15and lft, section 50, River View addition, C. W. Fentress. Lot south side Church street. GO feet east of Lewis street, Grlnberg & Morris. Lots il l. 15 and 10, sectiou 12, Lewis addition. R. T. Gray. ' Lots 1 to 10, inclusive, section 120, Rorer map, Hercules Powder Company. Lot north side Kim street.|N. P. Ligon. Lots 82 and 33, Coe's map, L. Levine. Lot on east side Roanoko street, W. J. and L. Blair, Jr. Lot south side Kim and 50 feet, west of Commerce, W. J and L. Blair. Jr. Lot south side ;Klni and 200 west of Commerce. W. J. and L. Blair, Jr. Lot smith side Rlui and'250 feet, west of Commerce, W. J. and L. Blair, Jr. Lot ea?t sido Franklin road, L. H. Blair. Lot southeast corner Roanoko and Bprnce. W. J. nnd L. Blair, Jr. Lot. 22, section 22, Lewis addition, D. B. Layne. Lot 11, section 8, Lewis addition, Mary E. Hudgins. Lot on Day street, S. A. Depriest. Lots 1 to 38 inclusive, section 2, R. D. and G. Company, Woodstocn Investment Company. Lot or tract of land in the Fourth ward, being lots 1~>. 10, 17 and 18, section 17; lots 20, 21. 22, 28, 24 , 25, 20, 27, In sec? tion 20; ..nd lots 2, 3, 4 and 5. section 19, Bolmont, J. Hampton H?ge. Lot north side Oakland avenue, Hyde Park Land Co. Lots 1 to 8'inclusive, section 95, Rorer map, James Bayliss. Lot 1 1 1, ward 5. Roanoke [Land and Improvement Company; also lot south side Day, west of Henry, W. J. and L. Blair. Jr. Lot on west sido Jefferson street, 1 lot west side Jefferson street, 100 fet:t north Spruce, Jos. W. Coxo. continued on third page Im i Piece! You'll never be able to get any for less money ? you'il never be able to get property which will increase more in value. Splendid 7-rooni residence, best loca? tion, Taxe well avenue h. e., worth $1,400; we are now offering the property at only $000, $75 cosh, balance about the same as rent. If you desire a good house don't fall to see this at once. Good 0 room home, Dale avenue s. p., near school, for $750, $50 cash, i\0 per mouth. liest pressed brick residence on Church avenue for sale; 13 rooms, hi nted by steam, also grates, ens. hot aud cold wit? ter, cabinet mantles that cost from $50 to $150 each, in fact* It 'Juas everything to make it desirable as a homo, if sold at onco cau be purchased at a great bargain. 8-room brick residonce, Campbell ave? nue, between Fourth ami Fifth streets, only $l,95u. $150 cash, balance $20 per motlth. Property is in good repair. 0-room house, Fonrth avenue n. w.. uear Jefferson stree?; $750, $">0 cash, $12 per mouth. Beautiful 8-rcom residence. Twelfth avenue s. w., uear Franklin road, about new, and all modern conveniences, largo lot, good stable, and worth $11.500; wo are now offering for only $3,850, $100 cash, $20 per month. Splendid 4-rooin cottage, Rorer avenue, best location, large lot, One shade, and only $525, $50 cash, and baluce sf.me as rent. 4 room cottage, southeast, $1150, $5 cash, $") per month. 4-room cottage, northeast, convenient to Roanoke shops; $000, $25 cash, $5 per mouth; now renting for *(> per month. Xow, hcic Is a bargain for you. Fight !1 room cottages now renting for $25 per month, will seilet he entire lot for $1,500. ELLIS BIS., 104 Jefferson Stre lOl JEFFERSON STREET. NATIONAL EXCHANGE HANK BUILDING. CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF ROANOKE, i October 5,1897. i Resources. Loans and discounts.$341,215.40 Overchecks. '18 United States bonds (to secure circulation) and premium.. 25,107 50 Benl estate, furniture, fixtures, &c. 13,010.23 ! Redemption fund with United States Treasurer. 1,125.00 Cash ?nd exchange (go'd coin $20,000). 188,235.78 $510,603.48 Liabilities. Capital, sui plus and profits.$122,104.00 National hank notes outstanding. 22,500,00 Deposits <individual, $355,254.38; banks, $10,804.14). 375,088.52 $510,00:! 48 % Empty Is the Bin, the Coal Is Gone. But it need not worry you very much, for the belled teams of W. K. ANDREWS & CO., can quickly supply you with well screen? ed dry coal of superior quality that lasts long, bums brightly and throws out beat delightfully. They can also furnish you with wood of the best quality. Send orders to 219 Saleiu avenue. "A FEAST FOR THE GODS" can be prepared from our stock of choice fancy grocer'es. Every ingredient that is needed for your Thanksgiving plum pudding, mince pi a or rich cakes. In pure spices, citron, Malaga raisins, currants, dates, figs, cocoanuts, nuts of all kinds, flavoring extracts, mnplo syrup, extra sorghum molasses, &c, &c., &c. SANDY P. FIGGAT & CO., 116 Salem avenue. The three-year-old ho5 of J. A. John? son, of Lynn Center, Iii., is subject to attacks of croup. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied that tho timely use of Chamber? lain's Cough Remedy, during a severe at? tack, saved his little boy's life. lie Is in the drug business, a member of the firm of Johnson Eros, of that'plnce. and they handle .1 great many patent medicines for throat and lung diseases. He had all these to choose from, and skilled physi? cians ready to respond to his call, but selected this remedy for use jn his own family nr. a time when his child's life was in d?rmer, because he knew it to be su? perior to any other,and famous tl.e coun? try over for its cures of croup. .Mr. Johnson says Ibis is the best selling med? icine they handle, and that it gives splen? did satisfaction iu all cases. hold bv H. C. Harnes. '!Io puts up prescriptions." We pride ourselves on keeping the BEST of everything in our lino and in making prompt, delivery. Look out for the belled teams. W. K. ANDREWS S- CO., COAL AND WOOD DEAL ERS, 210 Salem avonue. FOR BALE. A scholarship iu the National Business College of Roanoke. Apply at the limes oflice. STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE. Booner*8 Restaurant, tho leading res? taurant of the city, needs no recommen? dation, as cverythlni: served is first-class in every respect. The oysters you see there are tho finest ever brought to Roa? noke. You can get them served in every conceivable manner. The lunch counter, run in connection with the restaurant, is certainly up-to-date. Visit this place and get somethiutr good to eat. You go once and you will go the second time. "Tho worst cold I ever had In my life was cured by Chamberlain's Cough Rem? edy," writes W. H. Norton, of Sutter Creek, Cal. "This cold left me with a sough and I was expectorating all tho time. The remedy cured me, and I want nil of my friends when troubled with a ?ough or cold to uso it. for it will do thorn good." Sold by II. C. Barnes. "He puts Up prescriptions." Look at our 25 cent books. Gravatt's Fair, 'fi Salem avenue. W. K. ANDREWS ?& CO., 210 Salem avenue, have had years of experience in the coal and wood business. They know what is required in the business. They have the largest and most convenient yard in the city. They handle every va? riety oftoal sold in the city. They have more shed room and keep more teams, than any other dealer in the city. They have polite an1' accommodating drivers, and deliver pioinptly coal and wood, nice and dry, from their extensive sheds. Their teams are all boiled. \v AN 1 I I. WANTED?By a young man. someone to teach telegraphy three nights each week. Can furnish instrument. Ad? dress ".\,:' care Hi. .lames Hotel, city. li-O at. ItOAKDKKH WASTED, COM PORTALE ?ROOMS, with or without board, at Uf: Sixth avenue s. w. 11 10 lw. BOARDERS WANTED ? Apply to Mrs. M. A. Moseley, 020 Franklin Road s. w. 11-4-tf BOARDERS WANTED?Two large light rooms with closets, bath and suit? able tor man and wife or sluglo num. Apply at 180 Seventh avenue s. w. 10 ill tt BOARDERS wanted at 1288 Chapman avenue s. w. 10 22 tf AGENTS WANTED. WANTED?One irood salesman to han? dle our goods in Salem. Special iLduce ments. STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO , 212 Jefferson Bt., S. Roanoke, Va. WANTED?Salesmen for every town be? tween Roanoke nnd Bristol to handle our tine all wool blankets and other house? hold goods, sold on easy rr.otuhly pay? ment. 8 STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO.. Rsancke, Va.