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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 October 1897

A cordial invitation is ox tended to tbe ladies of Roan oke and vicinity to attend our of Parisian Hats and Bonnets OCTOBER 13, 14, and 15, Our facilities for this display of Millinery this season excels that of all others, owing to the fact that we have enlarged our store, and therefore have room to make a better exhibit of our goods. You will find our large and commodious, store filled with all the latest styles and most magnificent lines of Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods, Plain and Fancy Silks, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets amd Capes. 26 Salem Ave* 25 Campbell Ave. SOME LOCAL NEWS THE ROANOKE CITY MANTLE WORKS make a specialty at tills season of tlio year of repairing old grates, or building new ones. Tbev have experi? enced men who thorouuhly understand that clnss of work. Call and see them. J. H. MAR5TKLLEK. Proprietor, No. 21 E. Camphell avenue. BUY SAWED WOOD in blocks for your new stoves from W. B. Daniel Kr Co., dealers in clean coal and the best grades bay, gra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 October 1897

MOT BELDING BROS. & Co., Silk Manufacturers, TO JAS. S. KERK & CO., Soap Manufacturers. Mc88. Jd.s-. & Kirk A Co., ChiCWJi llh Gentlemen:? Wo have given your "WhitoCloud** soap a thorough test in washing pieces of linen embroidered with our "Now Process" Wash Embroidery Silks and lind it entirely satisfactory. Wo take plrasuro in recom? mending it us a superior article for laundering duo embroidery. Yours truly, (Signed) BELDING Bkos. &Ca Referring to the above, we deem it important to state that this letter was entirely unsolicited by us. White Cloud Soup now litis the highest authority as its endorser'as being superior for fine lau miry work. For the bath and toilet it .also ranks first as a pure white floating soap. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Established 1839. Chicago. Largest soap manufacturers in the world. Wo have demonstrated, experts ndmit, and every one hi convinced that Genuine Whit e Tuna/. < in nut ho detect...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 October 1897

Philadelphia, June 12th, 1897. My Doar Mr. Stono: The samples that you have sent The Inland Printer for comment have proven so interesting to me that I am anxious to have you toll us how woll your printing advertising has paid you and how you make it pay; how you got your circulars out; how often you send them; and if you writo all your matter yourself or do you have it done outside. Will you also tell us how you get at the business man; by that I mean what special inducements do you prosont to him for trade-winning. I'd like to havo your letter for use in my department of the paper for August, so let me have it by June 30th. I hope trado is good with you, and that I may have the pleasure of hearing from you soon. I am yours, E. ST. ELMO LEWIS, " Musgrove," of Inland Printer, Chicago. Any quostions you'd like to ask, do so; I might help you. The following is from " The Inland Printer," the leading printers' journal of the country : " Down in Roanoke,Virginia, there is one of the lar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 October 1897

"Hats?" "Yes, sir; plenty of them." D. M. TAYLOR, Hatter ami Furnisher, 112 JetTerson street. ' P, S.?Something new !n Ties, too. Rea! Estate and Rental Agent, 110J Jefferson St., Koanoke, Va. loney to Loan -For the Lyuohbnrg Perpetual -Building and Loan Co. BONNER'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest and fattest oys? ters over brought to Koanoke go to Bou ner's restaurant A fresh supply of Lynhuven oystcm received every day. Can lie served in any style you like. Fol? lowing is the price for oysters served: Lunch counter -Standard stews, 15c; -eight fried, 20c; plate raw, 15c; oyster soup, 10c; bulk, 25c per quart, Dining room?Lynn haven oysters, the very finest, will be served in dining room?1-2 dozen fry, 25c; stew, 25c; 1 dozen raw, 25c. Coming an? Going. F. E. Hatcher, of Blut field, W. Vb., was in the city yesteruuy on business.' Miss Alice Boyd Jobnstone sailed yes? terday on the steamship St. Louis lor a six months' tour of Europe. Miss Snllio Kaufman left, yesterday on No. 4 f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 October 1897

VOL. XIX. NO. SPECIAL BARGAINS! 1 'DO Xo. 1 Crencent, iu good condition, will Bell for $18 cash; 1 Second-Hand "Rambler," with new $10 tires jiiBt put on, will sell at ?25; 1 '97 model Ragle at ?$30; 1 Second Hand Columbia at $12; 1 Second-Hnnd Cleveland at $25; also, those new Cleveland?, which we are sell? ing at $37.00 cash, or $40 on installments ?$10 cash and $0 per month. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, 108 Salem avenue s. w. \ Did You See What Pattib did for 4 9 3 \ i 4 them in two of his handi- 4 i t t caps on a COLUMBIA ? i EDWARDS. GREEN $ 9 9 A Mnnuriicttirliic Jcwclnr and A <P Graduate Optician, m 9 9 9 6 SALEM AVE. p 4 - 9 d Agency Columbia and Hartford t Bicycles. Send away for goods you can buy in Roanoke. Patronize home industries, espeolally alien the prices are as low, or lower. Typewriter Ribbons and Car? bon Paper, for instance. There is none better than the "Web? ster?1.' and the prices arc low, considering ^the quality of the goods. Try a "Webster" rib? bon?g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 October 1897

THE TIMES. KVKHY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKB PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 THKEE MONTHS.$1.50 11 SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONK /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 I Iluslness Otlico.143 rHUrlEi). ^ Ktlttorlal Rooms.124 Interstate Phoaes?Samo numbers for tho same locations. OCTOBER. S M T W T F S . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 23 29 30 31 One of the famous Piukertons, known nil over the worhl us great detectives, was recently robned in Denver, Colo? rado, of $250 by a pickpocket while watching a parade. It only remains for him to capture the thief and recover all the money lost to greatly increase his rep? utation; but will he do this, is the ques? tion. It is reported iu Pnris that au associa? tion has been formed in the United States to rescue Captain Dreyfus, late of the French army, fioni au island ofT tho coast of French Guiana, whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 October 1897

' KELLY THE KING. RECKLESSNESS OF THE BIG HEARTED BASEBALL PLAYER. Ul? Little System That Won a Nico Stun at Uattcnbore?A Cairo of "Como Kiuty, Go Kasy"?What Uo Did With the tost 95 of That 1'urticulnr Pot. The- lato Miko Kelly probably niatlo and spent moro money during hiH career as a ball player tliau anybody elso iu his profession. Kelly was un inveterate gambler, and, liko John L. Sullivan, ho had a heart which constantly led him to do acts of charity. Kully was in his element whou at the raco track. Ho got hold of moro "good things" that went wrong than the average bettor, bnt lie w;;s always cheerful whether a winner or a losor. Ono day Miko went over to Onttenberg, when the hilltop truck was nourishing, and after two races had keen run ho hnd just $20 und enough change with which to get back to tho city. As Kol walked into the hotting ring prepnratory to the third raco he saw on Bookmakor Iko Thomp? son's slate: Play or Pny.00 to 1 Meadows.no to l Blitzen. oto 5 Hooy. 4 tod ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 October 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Id addition to the speakers heretofore announced the followlug gentlemen will address tho voters of this ^county at the places named at 7:30 p. m. of the days set, at which time ladles are also invited to be present: Hon. J. Allen Watts, Hon. R. R. Hicks and R. W. Klme, Bon sack, October 7. Hon. R. R. Hicks, Hon. J. Allen Watts and William Bluipsou, Vinton, October 0. R. R. Hicks and C. D. Denit, Bent Mountain, October 23. Liucien Cocke, Esq , R. R. Hicks and Henderson Lee, Hollins Institute, Octo? ber 9. Col. Wm. Terrell, perhaps one of the most popular and widely "known travel? ing men in the United States,is ou a visit to fiiends in the city. Tho colonel be? longs to that class of men whom Bob Taylor, the ^governor of Tennessee, re? cently eulogized in the following manner: "If I were a sculptor I would chisel from the marble my ineal of a man. I would make it the figure of a drummer with bis grip. If I were a painter i would paint a picture of Jacob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 October 1897

A cordial invitation is ex tended to the ladies of Roan oke and vicinity to attend our Fall Opening of Parisian Hats and Bonnets Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, OCTOBER 13, 14, and 15. Our facilities for this display of Millinery this season exeels that of all others, owing to the fact that We have enlarged our store, and therefore have room to make a better exhibit of our goods. You will find our large and commodipus store filled with all the latest styles and most magnificent lines of Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods, Plain and Fancy Silks, Ladies', Misses'"and Children's Jackets and Capes. 26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. THE ROANOKE CITY MANTLE WORKS make a specialty at tola season of tho year of repairing old grates, or building new ones. They bave experi? enced men who thorouuhly understand that class of work. Call and see them. J. H. MAKSTELL-EK, Proprietor, No. 21 E. Campbell avenue. BUY SAWED WOOD in blocks for your new stoves from W. B. Daniel ?: Co., dealers In clean coal an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 October 1897

AN OPEN LETTER WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD " C ASTORIA," AND *' PITCHER'S CASTORIA,"' AS OUR TRADE MARK. Js DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA." the same thai has borne and docs now szS/?-*-^* 0)1 ever^ bear the facsimile signature of Otastyx1?&Cc%sM wrapper. TJiis is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty yea;: LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought szlfo-i-JS0* on ^w and has the signature' of C^k^f^7^&^Zf<, wrap? per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex? cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. /> ^ j March S, 1S97. Q?i^~~C Do Not Be Deceived. 15o not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it)...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 October 1897

Philadelphia. June 12th, 1897. My Dear Mr. Stone: The samples that you havo sent The Inland Printer for comment hove proven so interesting to mo that I am anxiou9 to have you toll us how well your printing advertising has paid you and how you mako it pay; how you got your circulars out; how often you send them; and if you writo all your matter yourself or do you have it done outside. Will you also toll us how you get at tho business man; by that I moan what special inducements do you presont to him for trade-winning. I'd like to have your letter for U9e In my department of the paper for August, so let me have it by Juno 30th. I hope trade is good with you, and that I may havo the pleasure of hearing from you soon. I am yours, ' E. ST. ELMO LEWIS, " Musgrove," of Inland Printer, Chicago. Any questions you'd liko to ask, do so; I might help you. The following is from ** The Inland Printer," the leading printers' journal of the country : " Down in Roanoke,Virginia, there is one of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 October 1897

"Hats? "Yes, sir; plenty of them." D. M. TAYLOR, Hatter ailtl Furnish or, 112 Jefferson street. P. S.?Something new In Ties, too. J. W. Boswell, Real Estate and Rental Agent, HOJ Jefferson St., Rounoke, Va. Money to Loan -Foi the Lynchburg Perpetual -Building aud Loan Co. BONNER'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest aud fattest oys? ters ever brought to Roauoke go to Bon? ner? a restaurant. A fresh supp'y of Lynhaven oysteiu received every day. Can he served iu 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. Diuing room?Lynnhaven oysters, the ?very 11 nest, will be served iu dining room?1-2 dozen fry, 25c; stew, 25c; 1 dozen raw, 25c. Coming and Going. Oscar Goodman returned yesterday from Lynchburg, where lie spent a day or so nt the fair. Market Master It. E. Coleman is in Lyuchburti taking iu the fair. Richard Franklin, of Richmond, is a guest of the St. Jame...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 October 1897

VOL. XIX. NO. 4 SPECIAL BARGAINS! 1 'OG Xo. 1 Crescent, in good condition, will sell fur $18 cash; 1 Second-Hand "Rambler," with new $10 tires just put on, will sell at ?20; 1 '07 model Eagle ut $30; 1 Second Hand Columbia ut $12; 1 Second-Hand Cleveland at $25; also, those new Clevelands, which we are sell? ing at $37.00 cash, or $40 on Installments ?$10 cash and $5 per month. ROANQKE CYCLE COMPANY, 108 Salem avenue s. W. Did You See 5 Wlint Pat hi: did for p i . i 4 tliem in two of his hitiitli- v Mips on a COLUMBIA ? I EDWARDS. GREEN $ ? Manufacturing Jeweler nml $ Graduate Optician, $ 6 SALEM AVE. Agency Columbia and Hartford J Bicycles. DON'T Send away for goods you can buy in Roanoke. Patronize home industries, especially tvhen the juices are as low, or lower. Typewriter Ribbons and Car? bon Paper, for instance. There is none better than the '?Web? ster/'1 and the prices uro low, considering ^the quality of the goods. Try a '"Webster" rib? bon?guaranteed not to fill the type. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 October 1897

THE TIMES. KVKUV MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLI8IIEES AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPDELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.fl.50 '? SIX MONTHS. S.00 " ONK, /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.0*) 6DNDAT EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ...,,.v.u (HuslnoAS OIHce.143 PHONDIS. ^ Kditorlai Kooiua.124 Interstate Phones?Same numbers for the ?nine locations. OCTOBER. S M T W T F S . 1 3 3 4 5 6 1 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 81 . ... .. Newport News is now talking of having a beet sugar factory There is nothing like enterprise in thi? country. The ex husbands of Mrs. Idly Langtry and Amelia Rives Chanler have both be? come insane. Wonder what their ex wives think about it. The talk of theSagasta ministry of con? quering the Cuban rebels with native volunteers seems ridiculous in view of the claim that nearly all the men born on the Island are either in the army of the revolutionists cr in thorough sympathy with the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 October 1897

THEY TOOK A PINCH. THE DAYS WHEN SNUFF TAKING WAS JUST THE THING. Ceremonies Observed by Devotooa of tho llul.lt?The Foppery or Ucnu Xirummel and Lord Fcternluim?Ladles and Men of High Degree Took Their "Fowdera." There is no habit nfTlictlng mankind which has evoked more varied opinion's than that of snuff taking. Popo Urbon's fultnlnotlons ngnlnst it, says the London .Standard, failed utterly. Tho Grund Monin-cpie had an unconquerable aversion to it, yet id Uonrished In his court under the patronage of his queen, and his nnino is still associated with some of the must artistic of snuffboxes. John Wesley de? clared it a silly, nasty custom. Swift and Popo made it tho subject of their gibes and sneers; yet it nourished, and tho habit still permeates all classes of suuioty. It has not only had its devotees and its defenders, but also its poetH and Us opioures, if tho word can ho used in that souse. Southoy described it us the "most Inno? cent of sensualities," and many old writ? ers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 October 1897

ADVICE TO THE W. C. T. U. Physical Culture Lecturer Endorses Paine's Celery Compound. Miss Lucy H. Hitchcock, lecturer, de? partment of physical culture. Woman1!? Christian Temperance Union, Vermont, wrote on May 10, last: "It affords me pleasure to add my tes? timony with others regarding the healiDg effects of Paine's celery compound upon uu exhausted nervous system." Aug. 12. 18117, she wroto: "As a rule I do not endorse meilioines, but 1 believe Paine's celery compounil to be of a differ? ent order from the ordinary medicines. Facts cannot he disputed. I have derived so much benefit.from'the Compouod that I am glad to heartily recommend it, hop? ing others similarly afflicted may be re? lieved. Any medicine that wlU relieve suffering humanity is a blessing to the world." A blessing to the world! Paine's celery compound has been proven to be the one great remedy that really makes people well. This est.'ma ble woman, whose Christinn work Is ear? nestly directed toward the betterme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 October 1897

Aiiiiiteitit! A cordial invitation is ex tended to the ladies of Roan oke and vicinity to attend our Opening of Parisian Hals and'Bonnets Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, OCTOBER 13, 14, and 15. '?Our facilities for this display <vf .Millinery this season excels that; of all others, owing to the fact that we have enlarged our store, and therefore have room to .make a better exhibit of our goods. Von will fin<il our large and commodious store filled with all the latest styles and niest magnificent lines -of Foreigii iuad Domestic Dress Goods, Plaid and Fancy Silks, Ladies', Missed and Children's Jackets and Capes. 26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. WH? Absolutely Puro RQVM. QtOUMO POWDSB CO., NEWVO0?. SOME LOCAL NEWS TUE ROANOKE CITY MANTLE WORKS make u specialty at this season of the year of repairing old grates, or building now ones. They have experi? enced men who thoroughly ?nderstand that class of work. Call and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 October 1897

when you can get it right at home ? Your grocer sells it. MADE ONLY BY the N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago. .St. Louis. Now York. -:>lilti. We have demonstrated,experts admit, ami every one la convinced that Genuine U'liitcTopnzcaniiat be detected from real diamond*. White Topaz is the stone you have rend so much about. The one thnt has fooled the pawnbrokers. I'lncc them aide by side witli genuine diamonds and no one can toll Mio difference. We have hold thousands of these stones at from one to ten dollars, but in order to Introduce them quiet? ly as well as to find out the advertising medium best suited to our business, wc make this Wo will send you a beautiful, brilliant, genuine White Topaz.whlch can ho mount. etl in a riii'-'. scarf ornecktlopln,stud,cu(I buttons, locket or pair earrings, like any article In iIiis border on receipt of. Those stones are exactly the same as those we have advertised at one dollar. This Offer* for a Few Days Only Cutout this advertisemen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 October 1897

Philadelphia. June lith, 1897. My Dear Mr. Stone: The samples that you have sent The Inland Printer for comment have proven so interesting to me that I am anxious to have you toll us how well your printing advertising has paid you and how you make itprfy; how you got your circulars out; how often you sond them; and if you write all your matter yourself or do you have it done outside. Will you also tell us how you got at tho business man ; By that I mean what special inducements do you present to him for trade-winning. I'd like to have your letter for use In my department of tho paper fdr August, so let mo have it by June 30th. I hope trade is good with you, and that I may have the pleasure of hearing from you soon. I am yours, E. ST. ELMO LEWIS, " Muegrove," of Inland Printer, Chicago. Any questions you'd like to ask, do so; I might help you. The following is from " The Inland Printer," the leading printers' journal of the country: " Down in Roanoke,Virginia, there is one of the lar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 16 October 1897

WHEN THE "HAND-ME-DOWN BOYS" 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. BONKER'S OYSTERS. 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...

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