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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 August 1897

And continuing during the week will be Red Letter Day And every woman within 40 miles should come. The price cutter has been at work all through our stock of Summer Goods, and everything has suf? fered. The price of some things have been cut in two in the middle, some have had one third lapped off, and some one fourth. Of course we lose money, but it pays to lose money when by losing it we make more customers and please those we. already have. The sale probably won't last long; the prices are so low. So come to-morrow, or as soon after to-morrow as you can. Here are a few facts and figures which will open your eyes: Lot 1. Every yard of Rummer <lress studs winch weto worth 10c, 12 1-2c and 15c, will ho closed out thin week At 8 cents. Lot 2. Fine French Organdies that sold at 2.1c and :$r,c will be offered this week At 1 5 cents. Lot 3. French Ginghams in stripes and ch"ckf, latest thing for gentlemen's shirts, worth 12 l-2c. we only ask 8 cents. Lot I. A few more ladies'...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 August 1897

Cooking Experts Say: "Not a pound of lard per year is consumed in our kitchens, and wc conscientiously ndvisc the public to use almost any other fat."??;Marion Harland and Christian Tcrhunc llcrrick, page 147, National Cook Book. that pure, wholesome, vegctnblo food product. Heller than the best and purest lnr.1, and Is strongly endorsed by physicians for itr. healthlul qualities. The genuine Cottoieno Is sold everywhere in one- to ten pound tins, with our trade-murks?"Oottolene" and Hirer's hrad ii< culton-plnnt wreath?ou every tin. Not guaranteed if sold In any other way. Alndo only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, new york, StONTRKAT,. Made by the MONOTUCK SILK CO. 20 yards of the best sew? ing silk with every small size cake White Cloud Floating Soap. The cost of this spoon and spool of silk comes out of our pocket entirely?it's one of our ways of advertis? ing. We want you to get acquainted with the whitest floating soap on the market. If your grocer can not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 August 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: "*T"AKE h look through our establishment? Certainly, in a few moment"." j ' "Yes, wo occupy tho wholo building?threo ?torlos, llfty-two and a half by ninety feet. Nearly fifteen thousand square feet of floor space. All of nur largest and llnest presses aro on this floor. Tin* rue is tin- 1 ted addition, prints a sheet 2t)x4'2 at a maximum speed of '2,400 impressions an Ii-ur, running without perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click 1 Hint d es one good to li-ten to. Wo doubt it* its equal, for its class of work, is in the State." "This is tho press we uso for our llnest Illustrated Catalogue, School Annual, and other Hook Work; prints a sheet 31x00. It is driven by a direct, Individual electric motor?no belts or pulleys." "These two arc for Railroad and Commercial Work, tho largest onebr-ing used for copying-ink work almost exclusively. All of our imw* have outon n'iy ii'iiing maelnnes which register tho sheets us they are primed, leaving no Chance l'..r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 August 1897

MB LNfBANGE! Cbas.Lunsrora&Son, The Pioneer Agents. Represent' tho largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Commercial National Rank Building, Ground Floor. WE are nearly always as busy 11 as we can be. Somehow we seem to stay that way. We are working on the plan that people buy where they get the Most Value For Their Money. We find the plan works well; probably because it's well executed. NELSON & MYERS, Hardware Dealers, 207 Second street s. w., Roanoke, Yn. . W. Boswvell, Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110] Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. oneyto Loan ?Km the Lyuchhurg Perpetual ?Building and Loan Co. ]UST TAKE A PEEP Into Bonner'* restaurant when you pass. It is certainly a thing of beauty since he made improvements. His tables are laden with everything that one wants to eat. Anything you order will be filled with dispatch by his accommodation corps of waiters. You should see is place. St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 August 1897

VOL. XVIII. NO. NEW $75 "CRESCENTS" AT $35. These are brand, new '96 models, fully guaranteed, and a bargain at the price. ROANOKE CYCLE CO., 108 Salem Avenue. $ SPOONS and SILVER NOVELTIES. 5 Take n nice durable niul lasting souvenir of Roanoko back witn you. A large nn 1 unique stock to -. select from, of Sterling Silver Sou- 9 venir Spoons and Novelties. ^ 5 EDWARDS. GREEN I $ IM im Ufa? I u ri ii m .I?Hclor, and 0 ^ Graduate Optician, m J 6 SALEM AVE. # ^ Open Evenings This Week Only. 9 i? V How is This? Spaldinn. Model No. 624 One "-'PADDING" 1806 $100 Wheel, with 1*07 Tires, Saddle, Handle Bars and Pedals for >w?-<-g)?O,< One Ladv's 18It(i $100 Wheel, with 1>!)7 improvements, for THE FISH3URN CO., lO Campbell Ave, RIANOS Are Strictly High Grade. Call and examine our LARGE STOCK before buying. Prices and terms GUARANTEED, J. E. ROGERS & CO.. dealers, TVo. 11 S. JellerHou SI. The Proper Time. ?Now's the time to have your -h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 August 1897

THE TIMES SVKHV MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. ?.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTn. 60 ?? THREE MONTHS.$1.50 M SIX MONTHS. S.00 ?* ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 _u. j Business Offloe.143 [ HONGS. J. Kdlt6rial Koomi.184 AUGUST. S M T W T F S 1 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 . President McKinley has appointed Rev. W. T. Anderson, an Ohio colored man, as chaplain in the army. As that will not involve nny local position in the Buckeye State there will not, of course, *ie any kicking there about it. A few negro postmasters in Ohio with good salaries ?would raise a howl, however. Reports from Richmond indicate that the Populists of Virginia will put a full State ticket in the field. As the Repub? licans are said to hold similar intentions, the prospects are good for a lively triangu? lar fight next fall. This, however, will only ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 August 1897

Humbert's Generosity. King Humbert's generosity in chari? table works is said to be fabulous. A petition hardly ever remains without on answer. Hin majesty spontaneously giveB presents to thoso persons to whom ho does not wish to grant subsidies. TheBo presents aro generally of two kinds?a golden clock with tbo royal arms or a broooh sot iu diamonds. His jewelor supplies him each year with OOOolocks aud 1,000 brooobeB. King Humbert never goes to tho theater savo on tho occasion of an official solemnity.. Ho stvyB that ho finds no pleasure iu artificial lifo. p'aya l)arfc overy day," ho says, "in tbo political nud official comedy. What can tho othor comedians teach me?"?Romo Lotter. Origin of n> Name. Tho origin of tho namo Fifo is not known. One historian trios to show that it comes from tho C'eltio word veach, a Pict, aud means that tho dis? trict was inhabited by Ficts, but that is obviously absurd, as Fife was not spe? cially tho homo of nny of tlw Piotish nations. Tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 August 1897

REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE. This Body Meets In tno City of Lytich burg To-day. A number of Rounoko ^Republicans left yesterday and last uight for Lyncbburg to be present at the meeting of the Re? publican State committee which convenes In that city to-day. Among those who are in attendance from this city are A. S. Asberry, a member of the committee,Ur. Walthall, Geo. Meli. Gish. T. J. Rich? ardson aud ol hers Aboard the train yes terday were General 'James A. Walker, W. Leo Braud, J. L. Hannah and Judge Strothcr. None of these gentlemen seemed to ha'se any idea what the meet? ing to-day would culminate in. It is be? lieved by some that they will decide to put out a Stata ticket,but they are likely to have some tiouble in coming to an amicable decision in the matter. The Republican State committee is composed of the following gentlemeu: First district ? Ef1wln Brown, Joseph Trader and C. A. McKinney. Second district?H. B. ^Nichols, James T. Mitchell and Col. John J. Dyer. Third district?Ge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 August 1897

And continuing during tin; week will be Red Letter Day And every woman within 40 miles should come. The price cutter has been at work all through our stock of Summer Goods, and everything has suf? fered. The price of some things .have been cut in two in the middle, some have had one third lopped off, and some one fourth. Of course we lose money, but it pays to lose money when by losing it we make more customers and please those we already have. The. sale probably won't last, long; the prices fire so low. So come to-day, or as soon as you can. Here are n few tacts and figures which will open your eyes: Lotl. Every yard of Rummer dress stuffs which weie. worth 10c, 12 l-2c und 15c, will be closed out this week At 8 cents. Lot 2. Eine French Organdies that sold at 25c and 35c will be offered this week At I 5 cents. Lot 3. French Ginghams in stripes and ch"ck>, latest thing for gentlemen's shirts, worth 12 l-2c, we only ask 8 cents. Lot I A few more ladles' shi:t, waists, the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 August 1897

The Best Tool-bag the one that carries a little can or bottle of Pearline. Then you're ready for anything in the shape of mud, dust, grease, or dirt. Nothing will so quickly and thoroughly take away all wheeling-grime and stains, from hands or clothes or anywhere. There's no weight or bulk to speak How many times you have needed Pearline when far Unequalled as a lubricant for Bicycle chains. V of. from home ! Your Grocer Will Give You This Silver-Plated TEASPOON with every targe size cake of Made by the MONOTUCK SILK CO. containing 20 yards of the best sew? ing silk with every small size cake White Cloud Floating Soap. The cost of this spoon and spool of silk comes out of our pocket entirely?it's one of our ways of advertis? ing. We want you to get acquainted with the whitest floating soap on the market. If your grocer can not t-upply you, send us his address. * MADE ONLY BY JAS. So KlRK & CO., CHICAGO, ft 1 HE LARGEST SOAP MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. ESTABLISHED 1839. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 August 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: "*T"AKE a look through our establishment? Certainly, in a few moments." I "Yes, wo occupy the whole building?three stories, fifty-two and n naif by ninety feet. Nearly fifteen thousand squaro feet of floor space. All of our largest and finest presses are on this floor. This Hie is tho l.te-t addition, prints a sheet 20x42 at ft maximum speed of 2,400 impressions an hour, running without perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click ' that does one good to listen to. Wo doubt if its equal, for its class of work, is in the State." "This is tho press we uso for our finest Illustrated Catalogue, School Annual, and other Hook Work; prints a sheet 31x50. It is driven by a direct, individual electric motor?no belts or pulleys." "These two arc for Hail road and Commercial Work, tho largest one being used J for copying-ink work almost exclusively. All of our presses have automatic counting 4 machines which register tho sheets as they aro primed, leaving no chance for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 August 1897

Cbas.Linsford&Son, The Pioneer Agents. Represent' tho largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also Issue surety bouds.' Commercial National Bank Building, Ground Floor. WE are nearly always as busy ww as we can be. Somehow we seem to stay that way. We are working on the plan that people buy where they get the Most Value For Their Money. We find the plan works well; probably because it's well executed. NELSON & MYERS, Hardware Dealers, 207 Second street s. w., Boanoke, Va. J. W. Bos-well, Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110A Jefferson St., Koanoke, Va. Money to Loan -Foi the Lynohburg Perpetual -Building and Loan Co. ? CUT THIS OUT! t and brtna it to my siore on JelTer- i son street and it will be accepted < as FIVE PER CENT, payment ou < any bill you may make. I. BACHRACH. Miss Eula L. Merriinan, who has been vlsitiug friends and relatives In Bedford, returned yesterday. Judge Wingfield Gri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 August 1897

VOL. XVIII, NO. NEW $75 "CRESCMTS" AT $35. These are brand new '96 models, fully guaranteed, and a bargain at the price. ROANOKE CYCLE CO , 108 Salem Avenue. Take a nice du ruble and lasting souvenir of Ronnokc back witn you. A large an 1 uuk|Uo stock to select from, of Sterling Silver Sou? venir .Spoons and Novelties. 4 EDWARDS. GREEN iP HMUfaeturliiB Jowoler, uud ? (?ratluatn Optician. # 6 SALEM AVE. V - ^ Open Evenings This Week Only. How is This? Spatdinn, Model No. 624 One "S'PAL-DINU" l.s'.K) $100 Wheel, with 1S!)7 Tires, Saddle, Handle liars and Pedals for One Ladv's 1890 * 100 Wheel, with 181)7 improvements, for ?$50. THE FISH3URN CO., lO <';iinpS>cll AVC, \ BARGAINS. X One slightly used upright piano, full size, good as new; sold one year ago for $350; now $225 on easy payments. One good second-hand Knabe Square Piano, $50.00?easy payments. Good, slightly-used organ, $25.00?easy payments. Call while we have these bar? gains. It will pay you. J. E. ROGE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 August 1897

THE TIMES. KVBRY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKK PUBLISHING CO., P?BLIBIIEK3 AND PROPRIETORS, 133 CAMP HELL. AVK. 9.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 60 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 *' 8IX MONTHS. S.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUHDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 rHOHBo. -j j?dltori?l Booms.184 AUGUST. S M T W T P 8 1 3 8 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 13 18 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 23 33 34 25 20 37 28 39 80 31 . Oklahoma should soon he admitted to Statehood. Train robbery there as a fine art has reached a degree of skill and darine as great as in Missouri or Texas. Dr. Talmage warns the youth of the land against the evils of running in debt; but as long as young men try to live like lords on fifty dollars a month the evil will continue. A New Jersey man attempted to frighten his wife by p'aying burglar, and his wife pioniptly filed him full of bird shot. In the language of the newspaper office he is now leaded matter.?Knox ville Tribune. The London papers are beginning to sneer at thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 August 1897

The Turkey Bnixard. Some ono has taken tho t rem bio to search out nn attribute of beauty in the common and repulsivo looking bird known ob tho turkey buzzard. His flight is Baid to bo tho porfootiou of aerinl navigation, nud the manner in which he floats upon tho still, soft air of the southern climes is a dream of grace and loveliness. But when ho alights, poetry tukes its flight, and tho inurvelous sourer is found to be tho homeliest uud most unattractive of birds. His tastes aro low, for ho is a natural scavenger, and bb Buch thero is a law thut prevents his being shot. Ho is bald, scraggy, rusty looking, awk? ward and repulsive. Pride seems to have been left out of his nature, and his manners aro simply atrocious. No self respecting bird'will associate with him. Shirt Signs. "In Brooklyn tho other day," said a resident of Manhattan borough, "I saw in the window of a furnishing goods store this sign: 'Shirt CouBtruotor.' TbiTo is a furnishing goods store in Now York that display...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 August 1897

MOTHER! :veiy jii2.yvuvauuiii.uvuci 10 ucscu Mother's Friend The sweetest and the most expressive word in the English language and the one about which tho most tender and holy recol? lections cluster is that of Mother?she who watched our tender years; yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with great danger so assists Nature in the ohange taking {dace that the Mother is enabled to ook forward without dread or gloomy forebodings to the hour when she ex Jeriences the the joy of Motherhood, ts use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is left Btronger after than before confinement. Sent by Mall, on receipt of price, $1.00 per bot? tle . Book to " Expectant Mothers " will be mail? ed free on request, to any lady, containing val? uable, information and voluntary testimonials. The Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, CUV. ? OLD at ALL druggists. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Boston?Boston, 8 runs, 15 hits, 2 errors Washington, 0 runs, 3 hits, 0errors Batteries: Lew...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 August 1897

And continuing during the week will be Red Latter Day And every woman within 40 miles should come. The price cutter has" been at work all through our stock of Summer Goods, and everything has suf? fered. The price of some things have been cut in two in the middle, some have had one third lopped off, and some one fourth. Of course we lose money, but it pays to lose money when by losing it we make more customers ? and please those we already have. The sale probably won't last long; the prices an* so low. So come to-day, or as soon as you can. Here are a few facts and figures which, will open your eyes: Lot 1. Every yard of summer dress stuffs which weie worth 10c, 12 l-2c and 15c, will be closed out this week At 8 cents. Lot 2. Fine French Organdies that sold nt 25c and JJ.'jc will be oOVretl this week At I 5 cents. Lot 3. French Ginghams in stripes and ch?ckf, latest thing for gentlemen's shirts, worth 12 1 2c. we only nsK 8 cents. Lot I A few more ladies' shi.-t waists, the $1.50and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 August 1897

H ?WWW? ?W?mell-I inherited by lard is but one of the un? desirable characteristics of the hog: that the best lard makers can't overcome. Lard at its best is unwholesome, impure; at its worst?! I ! COTTOLENE is always pure, delicious, wholesome. Food fried or shortened with Cottolene can be eaten by children and dyspeptics with the utmost enjovment and no fear of danger. The genuine Is sold everywhere In one to ten round tins, with onr trade marks?"Cottolene" and tteer't head in cotton-plant wreath on every tin. Not guaranteed If sold In any other way. Madeonlyby THE N.K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. St. Louis. New York. Montreal ?A 9 containing 20 yards of the best sew? ing silk with every small size cake White Cloud Floating Soap. The cost of this sfx>on and SpOOl Of S?k COmeS Ollt Of Made uy the MONOTUCK SILK CO. our pocket entirely?it's one of our ways of advertis? ing. We want you to get acquainted with the whitest floating soap on the market. If your grocer can not -u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 August 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: "*T"AK.E a look through our establishment? Certainly, in n few moments." \ "Yes, we occupy the whole building?three stories, fifty-two and a half by ninety feet. Nearly fifteen thousand square feet of Hour space. All of our largest and finest presses nre on this floor. This rno is the Lte-t addition, . prints a sheet 20x42 at a maximum speed of 2,400 impressions an hour, running without perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click * that does one good to listen to. "Wo doubt if its equal, for its class of work, is in the Stato." "This is the press wo uso for our finest Illustrated Catalogue. School Annual, and other Book Work; prints a sheet 31x50. It is driven by u direct, individual electrio motor?no belts or pulleys." "These two are for Railroad and Commercial Work, the largest one beim: used for copying-ink work almost exclusively. All of our presses have autonuitie counting, machines which registor the sheets as they arc printed, leaving no ubitncu for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 August 1897

Cbas. Lunsford & S on, The Pioneer Agents. Represent' the largest foreign and American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Commercial National Dank Building, Ground Floor. WE are nearly always as busy ww as we can be. Somehow we seem to stay that way. We are working on the plan that people buy where they get the Most Value for Their Money. We find the plan works well; probably because it's well executed. NELSON & MYERS, Hardware Dealers, 207 Second street s. w,, Boanoke, Va. J. W. Boswvell, Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110j Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. Money to Loan -Foi the Lynchburg ?Perpetual -Building and Loan Co. CUT THIS OUT! and brine it to my store on Jeffer? son street and it will he accepted as FIVE PER CENT, payment on any bill you may make. i. BACHR?CH. Coming and Going. Bristol Courier: R. J. Dunahoe, of Roauoke, was at the St. Lawrence yester? day. Judge B. G. Whittle, of Martlnsville, was In the...

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