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26 Salem Ave
25 Campbell Ave.
We invite an inspection of
our Special Reduction Sale,
beginning Monday morning,
November sth, and lasting one
week only.
The Kruno innren of the most ?uperb
silk exhibition is on. Look or buy. Look
ut least, and see what the silk world has
produced this season. Pretty and dainty
designs of Fancy Two-Toned Brocaded
Silk, 00c.
ASTONISHING VALUES.
$1 Black Brocades, this week 05c a
yard.
Black All Silk Peau de Soie, $1.10
value, 75c a yard.
Special All Silk Black Faille, Sl^vnlue,
76c.
215 indies wide Black Satin Duchose,
actual worth 91.2a, 85c a yard.
Solid and Figured Taffeta S'dk, actual
worth $1.25, 75c a yard.
New effects and colorings in Hornau
Stnpe Silks, from 70c. to $1.25 a yard.
The helping hand In Colored Dress
Goods has a g-ip on the prices that, is in?
comparable. Any color or kind at the
kindest prices that one could ivish for?
25c a ynrd to $1: the former worth dou?
ble, the latter $1.36 wholesale.
Ladies' Wool Jersey Ribbed Vests
and Pants.
The remarkable stoiy is the best $1
ones for ?de a garment, irhite or natural.
Only about twenty five dozen in all.
Cotton, heavy ribbed, our usual JIT.tc
grade, white or natural, vests or pants,
25c a garin.Mit.
Nc. Ill, Men's Heavy Kandnm Silver
Grey Double Thread Shirts and Drawers.
This sale Il?e a garment; regular 50c
giade.
No. 544, Men's Merino Natural Wool
Shirts and Drawers, improved finish, 75c
giade for 50c a garment.
Bovs', Misses' and Children's
SCHOOL HOSE.
Special lot for this "nip. Fast Black,
all sizes, 5 to 0J, double knee, seamless,
spliced heel and toe, full fashioned, rib?
bed hose, extra heavy, to be sold for 10c
a pair.
A Gathering of Gloves,
Of Good Gloves
TIME TRIED AND WEAR-TESTED
BRANDS.
Two-buttoned '?Black, Brown, Bed,
Modes and White Kids, heavy embroid?
ered backs, 70c?$1 grade.
We have dressed and undressed Kids
for $1 a pair, in all the new shades, lock
stitched, four button, heavy embroidered
backs.
Ladies' Pure Wool Cashmere Stiff Top
Gauntlet, 25c a pair, for driving use.
Indies', Children's and Misses' Fine
Cashmere Mittens, iu black and colors,
15c a pair?25e grade.
Ladies' Thibet Finish Cashmere Jotsey
Gloves, guaranteed fast blnck, 25c a
pair, :!7(c grade.
GIVEN AWAY.
During this sale we will give to every
customer who buys a pair of our Luce
Curtains, from 75c a pair nnd up, an
Oak, Cherry or Walnut Pole, with brass
fixtures complete, FREE.
One case French Eiderdown, all colors,
for morning .iHckets and Children's
Cloaks. 25c a yard during this sale.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTABLES.
PRICES FOR THIS SALE ONLY.
Pure White Blankets, 11-4, pink and
blue border, for ?1?our $1.50 grade.
1 case very fine 11-1 Blankets. $2.50
quality, $1.75.
All-Wool 11-4 Virginia Blankets, $<'!?
match them if you can.
Red Blankets "Waverly." 104 All
Wool, warranted both warp and filling,
$2.50.
Silver Grey Blankets, 11-4, 75c, worth
$1.25.
A perfect beauty for $1.50, worth dou?
ble the value.
/ The largest comfort in this city for
' YiOc. and better ones for 65c and N5c, and
\ \t\U better for $1.25?worth c'oublo the
> Vice.
! \ TABLE LINENS.
The best German nnd Irish Table Dam?
asks and Napkins are to I>e had here.
Fill up the Linen Closet now. Our
prices?well, match them if you can.
Stylish Cloaks, Capes, Millinery
for well dressed women. Are you com?
ing this week to tf>ke a glininsu at them?
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
Absolutely Puro
ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO.. NEW YORK.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
Wo are not tho oldest coal and wood
dealers in tho city, neither are wo the
youngest. Hut we were the FIRST to
GIVE THE PEOPLE CHEAPER COAL.
This is tbe point that should interest
you. J. H. WILKINSON & CO.,
'Phcne 210.
Virginia Carriage Factory No. 40!)
Henry street, opposite P. O. Headquar?
ters for a'.i kinds of repair work.
For good bread and pastries use
HYGIENE PATENT/FLOUR, manufac?
tured by Hoanoke Grictry and Milling
Company. Wholesale Orocers and Mer?
chant Millers.
REMEMbER.
For only three days we are offering
sp"cinl rates to Petersburg, Norfolk and
Huntington. S. H. PACK & CO., Bro?
kers. Members A. T. B. A.
WELL WORTH READING.
Tho tabulated statement printed on
the third page of The Times this morn?
ing will furnish food for rcllection to all
of our citizens interested in the delin?
quent land tax scheme.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME WEDDING.
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Moon, :;lill Salem avenue, was the scene
of a beautiful homo wedding yesterday
evening at 0:30 o'clock when Miss Mary
A. Shcphard became the bride of Herbert
Cofer, of Norfolk. Miss Nettie Hamner
was maid of honor and Vernon Cofer, a
brother of the groom, acted in the capac?
ity of best man. The rooms were beau?
tifully and tastefully decorated with cut
flowers and plants and into these the
bridal party entered to the strains of
Mendelssohn's wedding march, delight?
fully played by E. Z.Moir. The bride en?
tered the room on the arm of her guard?
ian, Judge Win. Portlock, of Norfolk,
who gave her away, attired in a becom?
ing gown of white silk and chiffon.which
showed off her loveliness) to perfection.
The ceremony was per formed by Rev.
Father Lynch in the impressive manner
of tho Catholic service. After the cere?
mony the bridal party and guests re?
paired to the dirinc room, where nu ele?
gant repast awaited them, to which they
did ninple justice. Aftei the reception the
couple were driven to tbe depot, where
they took tho 10:-15 train for an extended
bridal tour through the north. The cou?
ple were the recipients of many hard
some and expensive presents from ad?
miring friends
Van Lear's Coid Capsules cure bad
colds more quickly than any other reine
dy. 25c. Van Lear Bros., druggists.
POLICE COURT.
There was only a very small docket in
the police court yesterday and only two
lines were imposed. A white man was
fined $2.50 for being drunrf and down anil
a colored man was assessed the same
amount for throwing rocks, after which
court adjourned. There were no col'e>
tions of lines imposed yesterday,but ?1.50
on back lines was collected.
A WEDDING TO-DAY.
To-day at 1 o'clock the marriage of
Miss Kulalie.daughter of M. H. Jennings,
and J. Lee Hatne. of Clarksburg,W. Va.,
will be solemnized by Rev. James Cook,
of Richmond, a cousin of the bride, at
tho residence of the bride's father at 510
Church street. Tho bride is a very
charming aud popular young lady,whose
many friends, while wishing her nil the
joys of married life, will be loath to see
her leave the city, and tho groom is an
attache of the Traders National Bank of
Clarksburg, W. Va. Immediately after
the ceremony the happy couple will take
the 1:45 train to Clarksburg, where they
will reside in tho future.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
The Bible Reading Union was organ
i/.ed last evening In V. M. C. A. parlor.
The aim is to secure 10H youns men who
will follow the course of Bible readings
adopted by the international committee,
which provides for the reading cf the en?
tire Bible in one year. The evening
prayer service was we'l attended last
evening. Boys' gymnasium class at 3:30
to-day end young men's class at 8 p. m.,
when Air. Starr who has been illustrating
the MoFadden Exerciser at th? store of
the Flshhurnc Company, will give an
exhibition of the uses of the exerciser.
GEE SUSPENDED.
A few days ago charges were preferred
against Oflicer Gee to Mayor Andrews
for drinking whiskey while on duty. Tho
matter was investigated yesterday by the
mayor and as a rtsult tho charges wero
sustained. Mr. G e was suspended from
active duty for ten days.
Monner's oysters and meals needs no
recommendation?they recommend them?
selves. Best on earth.
Fresh lot velvet niolaBses candy?10c,
15c aud 25c boxes?CATOGNPS.
REMEMBER theNelms Coal Company
sells the very best block stove wood. See
ad. on page 4.
AT AUCTION.
Beginning on November 16th I will
offer for sale at public auction my stock
of goods. Salo will continue from day to
day until the entire stock is sold.
K. HORD1SH,
10 20 4w 123 Salem avenue.
I CHURCH SOCIABLE.
I The regular prayer meeting at the Jef
I ferson Street Baptist Church tvillhe held
to night, at the close of which the Ladies'
I Aid Society will given sociable to the
menbors of the church and such of their
friends as may be present. Light refresh?
ments will he served free, consisting of
coffee, tea, chocolate nn* crackers. All
the members of the church are especially
requested to he present. The object of
the entertainment will be to have an all
round old-fashion hand-shaking.
CALLED MEETINGS.
The ladies of the auxiliary to the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
will have a called meeting to-day at ?
o'clock p. m. in their hall. A full at?
tendance is desired.
The Hatnner W. C. T. I". wiP meet to?
morrow, Friday, at the Dunkard taher
) nacle on Salem avenue at '?' o'clock. Full
Attendance is desired.
Van Lear Bros, oder an all-Havana
cigar for 5c. light color. It's a good one.
INTEREST TO~COLORED PEOPLE.
There was a marriage license issued in
tho clerk's office yesterday to a colored
couple named Henry Allen and Marie
Pugh.
ELEGANT AND COMFORTABLE.
Tho Young Men's Institute have about
moved all of their furniture and eifects
into their beautiful and comfortable
quarters on the third lloor of the Gale
Building on Jefferson street, which will
be ready for permanent occupancy to-day.
It is the purpose or the members to hold
a reception there before long and give
their friends a chance to enjoy some of
tho con;forts which have been so lavishly
provided and so tastefully arranged in
their new rooms.
FOOTBALL GAME TO-DAY.
All lovers of athletic sports have nn
unexpected treat in store for them this
afternoon nt Athletic Park, when the
Virginia Military Institute and Roanoke
College teams will struggle for footbnll
supremacy. The game was only definitely
arranged yesterday,'as the V. M. I. boys,
were doubtful as to whetner they could
leave barracks, but a telegram was re?
ceived yesterday afternoon saying: "Wo
come Thursday with full corps." Both
teams are in line fettle and a clcso and
exciting game is anticipated. V. M. I.
has an exceptionally strong team this
year, and as yet has a i.lean score of vic?
tories to stimulate them to further efforts,
while Roanoke College with her strong
team will battle bravely to trail the red,
yellow and white in the dust. The game
deserves a large crowd and all lovers of
football should come out and give the
soldier boys in Rrey a hearty and enthu?
siastic reception in our midst.
The game will be culled promptly at
8:45 o'clock and all spectators wishing
to be strictly "In it" should wear a
large chrysanthemum, which can be
secured at the Roanoke Flower Show.
THE FLOWER EH?W.
The Roanoke Flower Show opened
under the most auspicious circumstances
last night in the Jamison building on
bouth Jefferson street. The doors were
opened to the public tit 7 :!I0 o'clock and
the scene that was presented to the
spectator as he entered bailies all de?
scription. The rooms had been beauti?
fully decorated with Hags and buuting
and, together with the fine display of
plants and blooms, made the scene one
of rare beauty aid loveliness. On all
sides tho eye was met by llower? of
every description and in tastefully
erected and decorated booths were
bevies ot lovely gills ready to serve
any customer who wished anything In
their liue. The music, which was fur?
nished by the Roanoke Machine Works
orchestra, was excellent, aswasthe pro?
gramme rendered.
The following programme hps been ar?
ranged for to-night:
"A Cluster of Peaches," medley, over?
ture, F. Beyer.
"Ampora Walt/. " Jos. Sancho.
Vocal solo, Lanier Gray, "Happy
Days," Strelegai.
"Guy Mannering," overture, Bishop.
"Venetian Moonlight Waltz," R. A.
Reiser.
"The Jolly Blacksmith," descriptive
polka, Suckley.
"A Social Gathering," mrdlcy, over?
ture, DeWitt.
"Calve Waltz." Severance.
"American Bell March,'' Hall.
CUT PRICES
As low as the lowest. Cash prices on
Patent Medicines:
Mood's Snrsa par ilia, (i5c.
Fcrest Juniper Tar, 20c.
Pond's Extract. Ilde.
Paine's Celeiy Compound, 72c.
All Patent Medicines at lowest cut
prices. No one can undersell us. VAN
LEAR BROS., druggist, Roanoke, Va.,
and Yinton, Va.
REMOVAL?W. M. Franklin, the
jaweler, has moved his shop from 108 1-2
Commerce street to 200 Commerce street,
Wernwng's bicycle shop, at which place
I would like to see my patrons.
Go to the Virginia Carriage Factory to
get your huggies and wagons repaired.
NOTICE.
All goods left with me on or before
September 1, 1SD7. and not having been
attended to up Ut date will bo sold at my
next auction on court day at Fincastle,
November 8. 1MI7.
S. NYBURG.
1 Jefferson street, Roanoke. Va.
Examine the Virginia Carriage Facto?
ry's buggies before buying. Office No.
4U0 Henry street.
Beautiful baskets, new and cheap.
Oravatt's Fair.
THE Fidelity anil Deposit Company of
Maryland is the largest Southern bond
company. Asr.ets, $2,301,200.12. Bonds
can be given in ten minutes. Rntes very
low. The largest tire companies in the
world represented. CHARLES LUNS
FORD & SONS, Agents, office corner
Campbell and Jefferson.
"He Cuts to the Bone," a
H. C. BARNE
Opposite Passenger D<
Hood's Sarsapar'lla.05
B . B. B.50
Paine's Celery Compound.72
Tutt's Pills.10
Acme Corn Cure.25
COME AND PICNIC WITH US; j
II. ?. BARNES,
The butter.
GIVES THEM A ROAST.
The Board of Health Enters the
Arena.
The following-communication from the
board of health of Roanoke city is very
much to the point :
"Roanoke, Va., Nov. 10th, 1S07.
"The Board of Health reports no re?
cent developed cases of scarlet fever and
diphtheria and as far as can be ascer?
tained very few case9, as'a whole, have
been in the city during this season.
"We therefore see no causo for the
great alarm manifested anrl a just reason
for parents keeping their childreu from
the public schools, as has been reported
to bo the case by the superintendent of
public schools.
"It is much to be regretted that many
fnlso and injurious rumors hava been
ignorantly circulated, but which would
never have been the case had all such
diseases been promptly reported by the
attending physicians aud the police jus?
tice not have failed to execute the law
as entrusted to his keeping and adminis?
tered it with a fearless, impartial aud
honest hand.
"Trusting that with the co operation
of the city council and mayor that those
evils, as far as tho law Is involved, will
iu time be remedied,"we. iu the mean?
time, assure the public that tho alarm
now manifested is without foundation,
as there are only three cases of diph?
theria and two cases of scarlet fever of
recent date. Respectfully,
"H. W. HARRISON, M. U..
"JOHN IZARD M. 1) ,
"II. E JONES, M. ?.
Lovino's Pr.ro Olive Oil Castile Soap,
made in Turkey, 5e cake. Van Lear
Uros., druggists.
FUNERAL OF MISS STEVENS.
The funeral of tho little six-year old
daughter of Thomas Stevens, who was
burned to death on Monday, took place
yeslerday at Belmont Church, conducted
by Rev. W. 1). Keene, after which the re
maius were interred in the City Ceme
tary. The funeral was delayed in order
that Mr. Stevens, who was in Connolls
ville, Pa., might have time to get here.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens wish to return
their thanks to their friends during their
great bereavement.
Gutting Prices to Beat the Band.
Dear Daddy: I took $1 to Mr.
Gharlie Lyle's Original Gut-Rate
Drug Store and brought home one
bottle Bromo Seltzer, 8c; I bottle
Vaseline, 4c; I box Tutt's Pills,
16c; I box Camphor Ice, 8c; I
bottle Household Ammonia, 8c; I
box Swansdown, 10c; I dozen 2
grain Quinine Pills, 5c; I box Gold
Cream, 13c; 2 packs Chewing
Gum (large ones), 5c; I Allcock's
Plaster. 10c; I pound Powdered
Borax, 10c; I pound Alum, 3c. I
tell you, he has got his dander up
and is cutting prices to beat the
band. He told me he was the
pioneer?no, I believe he said
Original Gut-Rate Drug Company.
It will pay you to get sick and
stop eating, His drugs are cheap?
er than flour._
A " POP CORN SOCI A RLE."
A "Pop Corn Sociable'! will be given
in the chapel of the First Baptist Church
on next Friday evening. November 12th,
by the Ezra Society of ibis church. The
young ladies of this society are anxious
to have a great many of their friends
present and promise a pleasant time as
well ns delight fnl refreshments to all who
attend. No admission charged at tbe
dcor.
CASH CUT PRICES
in all patent medicines at Massie's
Pharmacy:
Hood's Barsa par ilia.05
Tutt's Pills.10
Beechanvs Pills.1?
Carter's Little Liver Pills.13
Castoria.23
Quinine Pills *1 and 2 grs.)doz .05
Diamond Dyes.07
2-quart Fountain Syringe.45
Palne's Celery Compound.72
All other patent medicines at
same rate. We will not be under?
sold. MASSIF'S PHARMACY.
FOR SALE?NICE TRUCK FARM.
Good truck farm, 1 mile south of
city, (known at the Cyphers farm) excel?
lent frame dwelling of 15 rooms, all in
good order. Largo bare. This tract con?
tains about l<} acres iu high state of
cultivation and abundantly watered.
Will reut this property monthly, subject
to Bale. Apply to
T. E. B. HARTSOOK, Sole Agent.
A fresh bit juicv Jamaica Oranges at
CATOGNl'S.
Oysters by tht-"plut, quart or gallon at
Bonner's restaurant.
Wo carry a full line of photo?
graphic materials, such as
glass plates, toning solutions,
solio paper and card mounts.
Kodaks'rom $5 to $15. Premo
Cameras from S-1-1 to $50. Call
for catalogue. It's free.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
Ids Salem avenue s. w.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, $-1.
J. Catoyni's restaurant.
nd the Axe Ain't Dull Yet.
S. The Cutter.
spot. CUT PRICKS:
Angostura Bitters.00
Copco Soap, 2 cakes for.05
Hair Brushes.10
Pond's] Extract.30
Camm'M Corn Solvent.12
,-ou will find our prices the lowest.
?He Puts Up "Prescriptions,"
Opposite Passenger Depot.
of buying clothing select a store where there is a
large variety to .select from. All men do not have
the same tastes, no matter what Dame Fashion
may insist upon. Our stock is complete in every
detail. We can satisfy the most critical man.
Every proper fabric, every fashionable color, every
correct style in SUITS AND OVERCOATS for
young men, for old men and for middle-aged
men is represented in my present stock. It is the
choicest collection of the richest, finest ami
most up-to-date ready-to-wear garments ever of?
fered for sale anywhere.
?<>??????????
$18 AND $25
Is the range of prices for both Suits and Overcoats.
A big variety of fabrics, colors and patterns ill every
grade. Stop in and inspect them; examine the rpiali- ^
ty of fabric and trimmings; not?1 the style, the finish ^
and workmanship; try them on and see how perfectly
they fit, and you will be convinced that they are SI'PK- L
RIOR TO ALL OTHER READY-TO-WEAR GAR- '
MENTS. Each and every one possess the custom
mad.1 price. If you buy and are not satisfied, your
money back is your protection.
WILE,
ONE-PRICES
Ciothiet and Furnisher, ^
Campbell Avenue und Je?erson Street.
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JENOCK'S
I BAZAA
34 Salem Avenue.
t DRESS GOODS SALE.
J 10 pieces Fancy Effects, for children, 10c.
L5 pieces latest effects in Fancies and Plaids, 12^c.
LOO pieces Double-Width Tricot Flannel, all wool, all
colors, 15c.
1 lot Plain Navy and Black Serges ami Henriettas, 19c.
25 pieces Plaids. Fancy Boucles and Plain Flannels,
in the latest effects, 86 and 40 inches wide, 25c.
1 lot of Plain and Fancy 50-inch Suitings, in all the
latest colorings, 35c.
The latest effects in Plain, Fancy and Covert Cloths, 50c.
New Styles in French and English Dress Patterns,
&7 the pattern.
Broadcloths in nil colors, 7.V and $1.00.
CLOAKS AND CAPES.
We are showing one of the besl
lines of Cloaks and Capes ever
brought to Roauoke. among them
Plush and Cloth Capes, Plain and
Fancy Cloaks, which we offer cheap
er than the same quality can be
bought for elsewhere.
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Ready-to-Wear Skirts,
Lot No. I, 95c.
Lot No. 2, $1.69.
Lot No. $2.69.
Lot No. 4, $3.69.
Lot No. 5, *4.7f>.
These hang well and are well1
made in every way.
MILLINERY,?This department is complete, con
' sisting of the latest creations in Paris Styles. Pattern
Mats, Bonnets ami Toques, Alpines, Sailors and Tam
o'Shanters. Prices for trimmed and untrimnied hats
more reasonable than elsewhere.
Endless variety of Silks. Velvets, Ribbons, Ho?
siery. Underwear, Fancy Goods and Notions.
ENOCK'S BAZAAR, 34 Salem avenue.

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