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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 October 1897

YOUR INTER WANTS Demand early attention. This is an unusual season, with unusual requirements. To sup? ply the universal wants of tue country, doubly increased by the wave of prosperity now spreading itself over tue land from ocean to ocean, is taxing the rapacity of every manufac? turing plant. Later you will be forced to face the results? broken assortments and price advancement. Immediate pur? chasers avoid '.ho danger or' both. You now have variety from which to choose and sat? isfy the fancy, and the lowest notch in price to satisfy your economical inclinations. This Week n the Cloak Jepartment. We opened the season with some of the most remarkable self-evident values in Plush Capes that manufacturing skill has ever produced. In tad the oti'ering of Jackets and Capes is of equal importance. ( me of the lot is an All-Silk Plush Cape, L'T inches long, handsomely trimmed with jet and braid, edged with Thibet fur, silk lined. Ordi? nary buying would force a merchant to get $15. Ano...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 October 1897

ESS rar Wo linvc demonstrated, exports ndmlt, au? every one 1h convinced that licit uiuo White Top?? cannot be detected from real diamonds. WhitoToimir. is the stone you have rend ho inut-liabout. Tliuone tliitthitsfooled thupawnbrokers, line llicui Bide >>y side with Kuuuiuo diamonds nod no one can toll thedifference. We liavo Hold thousands of these stones at k-?FS from ?iru> to ten dollars, hut in order to tut roiluco them qulek ' Y>, ly us well OH to Und out tho udvertlallltf medium best united to OUT bUGlllCSS, wo make this ,0 We will send you a beautiful, brilliant, gonulne VVIilteTqpaz,whlclicoDboinoiu?t ed in a riiar. scarf or necktie pin. stud,cntt buttons, locket or pair earrings, like any article In this border on receipt of. These stones are exactly the same as those we have advertised at one dollar. This Offer for a Fow Days Cnly Cutout this advertisement and send it ~ '<s toffofher with 23c. In cola or stamps and w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 October 1897

AN OPEN LETTER WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. /, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTOR!A," the same thai has borne and docs now . 1%?* 0)1 everl^ bear the facsimile signature of C^i^x^^^&k wrapper. TJiis is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty yean:, LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought y/V''~l~??a 011 ^W ana has the signature' of C^.^}f7^&&^ wrap? per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex eept xhe Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. * j March S, IS07. Qz&*~+~? <AM^>^** Do Not Be Deceived. X5o not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 October 1897

UMBRELLAS TO BORN, BUT IT'S TOO RAINY. D. M. TAYLOR, Hatter tm?l Furnisher, 112 JEFFERSON STREET. oswell, Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110) Jefferson St., Ronnoke, Va. Foi the Lynchburg Perpetual Building and Loan Co. DONNKR'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest, and fattest oys? ters ever brought to Koanoke go to Bon? ner'8 restaurant. A fresh siipp'y of Lynhavcn oysteiu received every day. Can be served in any style you like. Fol? lowing is the price for oysters served: Lunch counter -Standard stews, 15c; ei^ht fried, 25c; plate raw, 15c; oyster soup, 10c; hulk, 35c per quart. Dining room?Lynnbaven oysters, the very finest, will be served in dining room?1-2 dozen fry, 25c; stew, 25c: 1 dozen raw, 25c. Mrs. W. B. Maupin und daughter.Mrs. Garrctt, uro now visititm Mrs. J. M. Maupin in Charlotte, N. C , und will l>u absent for several months. Miss Lulu Webber, of Salem, sister of F. 0. Webber, of Tho Times, passed throue.li the city yesterday en route to Newport News, where ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 October 1897

VOL. XIX, NO. 8 ALL KINDS OF POGAHONTAS COAL. IP. Let us sell you your win? ter supply. We sell coal fre? of slack. All other grades han? dled as well as Pocahon tas. Give us a trial oidor. EARMAN & FLIPPO 'Pi.one (is. 108 Saleru uvaauo s w. Hid You ? What Pattih did for ^ them in two of his handi- f i caps on a COLUMBIA? 5 EDWARDS. GREEN 4 ? niaminirtiirliic Juwelor and (p Graduate Optician, 4 4 6 SALEM AVE. d - f Agency Columbia and Hartford # Bicycles. ? Send away for goods you can buy in Roanoke. Patronixo home industries, especially tvhou the prices are as low, or lower. Typewriter Ribbons and Car? bon Paper, for instance. There is none better than tho "Web? ster,'' and tho prices aro low, considering ^the quality of the goods. Try a "Webster" rib bou?guaranteed not to fill the type. THE FISHBURN COMPANY. We Are SMin ON ALL PIANOS AND ORGANS from now until November 1st, both for cash and on install? ments, stock. ('all and see our large J. E. ROGERS & CO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 October 1897

THE TIMES. BVBRT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. HO A NOK K PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTn. 50 ?? THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " BIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONB, /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ????_u.) Business OlUco.143 PHONE.'. ^ K<utorlai Kooms. 124 Interstate Phones?Same numbers for the same locations. OCTOBER. S M T W T P S . 1 3 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 80 A GOOD TICKET TO VOTE. For Governor: J. H?GE TYLER. For Lieutenant Governor: For Attorney General: A. J. MONTAGUE. For House of Delegates: W. S. McCLANAHAN. J. W. HARTWELL. If the local machine Democracy (t) had r few more "watchmen on the tower" like the samples that have been trotted out the independent candidates would have a clean walK-over. The Baltimore Sun continues to regard Mr. Gorman with much the same feel? ings as arise wheu somebody tries to work off a plugged coin in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 October 1897

um is jus ??unclean, unwholesome, i gby medical and cooking an wgood cook's food "rich," a 8soggy and greasy. Is Pure Vegetal combined with wholesome bcofsuct Hgbt, appetizing, digestible. The genuine. Cottolene Is sold nvery where In tins, with our trademarks?"Cbfro/?n?"?nd lie*, wrrath?ou oTory tin. Not fruaruuteed If aoM Ir only by THE N. K. ITA III BANK ( Chicago. St. IxniLa. Hew Yot THE TATTLER. Miss Edith Thomas of Now York Is the only woman chlmo ringer In tho world. Mmo. Calvo has named tho three high? est mountains on hur estoto in tho (Iu? veniles after threo of hor favorlto oporus? Carmen, Cuvallerla ami Navarrulso. Miss Marie Hnssontcln rocently received a principal's certificate as teacher, tho first over given to a woman in Prussia. Sho purposes to establish a school for girls at Charlottenburg. Since tho death of her son Mrs. John W. Mnckny has beoti living In strict retire? ment, and has evinced no. Inclination to resume the brilliant social career fur whloh sho was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 October 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER, A short whilo ago a co'ored woman, the wife of Randnil Lovelace, sold Jacob Parrlsh a cow for the sum of $27.50. At t.he time of the transaction Randall was away It is stated that the woman took the money and left, for Boston On Ran? dall's return ho sued Mr Parrlsh for the cow on a warrant of detinue, on the ground that the cow was his property and not that of his wife The case was tried before Justices Camper and Bar? nitz, who decided tho case against Mr. Parrlsh The Hon. J. Allen Watts, of Roanoke, was in the city yesterday. Yesterday was a damp, bad dny in Sa? lem; "only this ami nothing more." A running fight occurred yesterday afternoon between a colored damsel and a dame beginning on Calhoun street and winding up on Colorado. Tho latter street is better known as "Duck alley," this classic cognomen having been given it by Sergeant Frier during the boom days of '90. They were paraded before his august majesty, the mayor, and lined with costs $3.50...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 October 1897

YOUR Demand early attention. This is an unusual season, with unusual requirements. To sup? ply the universal wants of the country, doubly increased by the wave of prosperity now spreading itself over the land from ocean to ocean, is taxing the capacity of every manufac? turing plant. Later you will be forced to face the results? broken assortments and price advancement. Immediate pur? chasers avoid the danger of both* You now have variety from which to ehoose and sat? isfy the fancy, and the lowest notch in price to satisfy your economical inclinations. We opened the season with some of the nxist remarkable self-evident values in Plush Capes that manufacturing skill has ever produced. In fact the offering of Jackets and Capes is of equal importance. (hie of the lot is an All-Silk Plush Cape, 27 inches long, handsomely WE trimmed with jet SHALL and braid, edged SELL IT with Thibet fur, AT silk lined. Ordi- $10. nary buying would force a merchant to get #15. Another lot is a Silk Plus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 October 1897

NOTICE; BELDING BROS, & Co., TO JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Silk Manufacturers, Soap Manufacturers. Mens. Jas. 8. Kirli & Co., Chtaty?, ni8. Gentlkmen :? Wo havo given your "WhltoCloud" soap a thorough test In washing pieces of linen embroidered with ?>ur "Now Process" Wash Embroidery Silks und lind it entirely satisfactory. Wo tako pleasure in recom? mending it as a superior article, for laundering lino embroidery. Yours truly, (Signed) Bei.dixo Buos. & Co. Referring to the above, we deem it important to state that this letter was entirely unsolicited by us. White Cloud Soap now has the highest authority as its endorser as being superior for fine laundry 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. b- 2 kt. 'gSSsSi fif Si Wo have demonstrated,experts admit, mid every one Is convinced thattienumo Wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 October 1897

Don't Oo t< FOR All Grocers Sell It. Cleans Everything. MADE ONIiY BY THE N.K. FAIR BANK COMPANY Chicago. HU Louis. Now York. Boston. I?hl THE WAR WAS OVER. But For a Time Yank and Johnny Over? looked tho Fact. Geuornl Joo Wheeler of Alabninn, a southern cavalry leader, delights to tell of tho meeting between two veterans of opposing sides in u Now York beer gar? den. They hud been introduced by mu? tual friends and bathed their now ac? quaintance in beer. Of course tho talk reverted to the war. "Tho land is at peace," said tho southerner, who lacked an arm, "and wo aro nil brothers again. Neither side has surrendered its principles, bnt both have accepted the arbitrament of tho sword. I love tho brave men who fought against mo, suh, almost as much as I love tho brave men who fought with me." "Hero, too," said tho northerner cor? dially. His left leg hud been buried in Virginia. More beer. "Tho hottest place I was ever in," continued tho southerner, "was uoar Culpepcr Cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 October 1897

UMBRELLAS TO BURN, BUT IT'S TOO RAINY. D. M. TAYLOR, Halter and Furnisher, 112 JEFFERSON STREET. J. W. Boswell, Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110$ Jefferson St., Roauoke, Va. Money to Loan -Foi the Lynchburg Perpetual -Building ami Loan Co. BOXNER'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest ami fattest oys? ters ever brought to Roauoke go to Ron ner's restaurant. A fresh supply of Lynhaven oysteu, received every day. Can be served tu any style you like, fol? lowing is the price for oysters served: Lunch counter -Standard stews, 15c; eight fried, 23c; plate raw, 15c; oyster soup, 10c: bulk, 25c per quart. Dining room?Lynnhaven oysters, the very finest, will be served in dining room?1-2 dozen fry, 25o; stew, 25c; 1 dozen raw, 25c. Coming and Going. Miss Dalsie Myers, of HolltnB, is visit log at 13. Lacy llogo's. 017 Campbell ave? nue s. TV. M. H. Omohuudro, a prominent attor? ney of Rudford, was in the city yester? day. G. Tayloe Gwathmey, of Norfolk, is In the city visiting relatives. J. M. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 October 1897

YOL. XIX, ISO. 9 ALL KINDS OF POCAHONTAS GOAL. Lot us sell you your win? ter supyly. We sell coal free of sluek. All other grades han? dled as well as Pocahon tas. Give us a trial older. EARMAN & FLIPPO, 'Phone OS. 108 Salem avenuo s w. THE GREAT CHAINLESS WHEEL NOW ON THE MAltKJET. 1898 Model Columbia Chain less Wheels for Ladies ami Gentlemen are placed on the market to-day. Advantages: Increased power, speed and du? rability; nut affected by rain, mud or dust, and always per t'ectly clean. Catalogue free. EDWARD S. GREEN, Mautifact?rlug Jeweler. ? Ty~ Send away for goods you enn buy in Roanoke. Patronize home industries, especially rvhon the prices are as low, or lower. Typewriter Ribbons and Car? bon Paper, for instance. There is none better than tho "Web? ster,'' and tho prices aro low, considering the. quality of tho goods. -Trv a "Webster" rib? bon?guaranteed not to (ill the type. THE FISHBURN COMPANY. We Are faking A Special Price ON ALL PIANOS AND ORGANS from no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 October 1897

THE TIMES. KVKKY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANORB PUBLISHING CO., PDBL16HEK8 AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. B.W. ? TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAOE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 44 THREE MONTHS. . $1.50 " BIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 anrvMnu. i Uuslnons Oftloo. 143 ?T???"8- \ Kdltorlal Rooms.1B4 interstate Phones?Same numbers for the ' *? name- locations. OCTOBER. S M T W T F S . 1 2 8450180 :>l 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 , 17 18 10 20 21 22 38 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 TJ" 81 . A GOOD TICKET TO VOTE. i For Governor: J. H?GE TYLER. For Lieutenant Governor: r-' For Attorney General: ritt lop A. / A. J. MONTAGUE. / ,,. For House of Delegates; W. S. McCLANitHAN. J. W. HARTWpLL. ; y With Cuban agents Tijftklug large nur >? chases of raw niaterial'iu tntg country,.it does not look as If t^ Spanish policy of aiUon^nry^Jor., th& people of the Island -' was meeting with any consideration from the revolutionists. The prevalence...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 October 1897

?Vegc table Preparation for As - simttatiiig ilieFood atidReguta ting Hie Stomadis and Bowels of Promotes Digeslion.ChecrFul ncss and Rest.Contains rieithcr Opmm.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. iicafic rfoicinr&WL'ELPircnw I\untt/itn Sce.l" . tlx. Sen/in * Iio?&tlltSJli jtitist Seed * J\ppermint - Mi Curt ortatt Soda- * Harm Seed - Clarified Jiu/rrr ? liinttryrxxn f '/aivr A perfect Ticmcdy forConsllpa lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,| Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE ?OF IS ON THE WRAPPER OP every B?TLTETjE of lxact copy of wrapper. 9 Cantorla Id pat up In ono-siio bottles only. It ia not Bold ia bulk. Don't o.llov/ ar.ycno to cell you anything clso on the plea nr promiro that it is "jufit as good" and "will answer ovcry pur poso." ?i>" Sco that you get C-A-0-T-O-Ii-l-A. Tho fie Better Than Klondike Nuggets To the child who appreciates fine can? dies are the u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 October 1897

Most Torturing, Disfiguring, Humiliating Of Itching, burning, blooding, scaly skin and scalp humors is instantly relieved by a warm hath with Cuticora Soap, a singlo application of Cuticuka (oint? ment), the groat skin euro, and a full doso of Cuticora Rksolvknt, greatest of blood purifiers and humor cures. Brmrdibs speedily, permanently, am? economically cure, when all clso fails. Potter Ubdo aim, Ours?. Corp.. Sole Props., Iloiton. air" Uow to Cure Kvcrjr Skin and Blood Uumor,"Ire?. PIMPLY FACES r**$&rl8t?rg?&. bT EDWARD JETER. REPORTER. General John Gill, pres'dent of the Mercanti'e Trust Company, of Balti? more, Major Hall, of the Maryland 'Life, Hou. H. S. Trout, S. W. Jamison, Colo? nel Thomas Lewis and "Attorney Charles Graves were in Salem yesterday morning on business. Judge II. E. Blilr and Major W. W. Ballard have returned.from Craig City, where they have been attending circuit court. About sixty Salem people attended the opera Wednesday night at t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 October 1897

YOUR INTER WANTS Demand early attention. This is an unusual season, with unusual requirements. To sup? ply the universal wants of the country, doubly increased by the wave of prosperity now spreading itself over the land from ocean to ocean, is taxing the capacity of every manufac? turing plant. Later you will be forced to face the results? broken assortments and price advancement. Immediate pur? chasers avoid the danger of both. You now have variety from which to choose and sat? isfy the fancy, and the lowest notch in price to satisfy your economical inclinations. This Week In the Cloak Department. We opened the season with some of the most remarkable self-evident values in Plush Capes that manufacturing skill has ever produced. In fact the offering of Jackets and Capes is of equal importance. (hie of the lot is an All-Silk Plush Cape, 27 inches long, handsomely trimmed with jet and braid, edged with Thibet fur, Silk lined. Ordi? nary braying would force a merchant to get $15, Anot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 October 1897

This is the head a Pearline woman. "There arc >thers." And if the others don't look cheerful, it's no wonder. You've got to work hard, if you do your washing and cleaning with soap, ami you've got to work, a long time over it, and you're wearing things out with your rubbing. Pearline makes the work easy and quick ; saves rubbing. The wonder is that any woman who has to do soap's hard work can look pleasant. Still, some of them do, in spite of it. bm Wo Uave demonstrated, experts admit, and every one is convinced t hut Genuine WhiteTopaz, cannot bo detected from real diamonds. White Topaz is the stone you have read no much about. Theouethat lias fooled the pawnbrokers. l'lnco them side by side with genuine diamonds und no one can tell the difference. Wo hnvo sold thousands of these stones at from one to ten dollars, but in order to introduce them quick* ly as well us to lind out the advertising medium beat suited tu mir business, wo uiaUo this Wo will send you a beautiful,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 October 1897

Philadelphia. June 12th, 1897. My Dear Mr. Stone: The samples that you have sent The Inland Printer for commont 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 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 al the business man ; by that I mean what special inducements do you prosont to him for trado-winning. I'd like to have your letter for use 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 have the pleasure of hearing from you soon. I am yours, E. ST. ELMO LEWIS, " Musgrove," 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 — 22 October 1897

Intimate Associations should always be of the nicest. That's one reason why our stock of Mali's Furnishings is the best made. Another rea? son is that the men who live here do not wear anything that is not right. That does not mean that this is a high-priced store. It's nothing of the sort. It's a store for every? body. D. M. TAYLOR, II:t(t<>r ami Furnisher. Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110J Jefferson St., Koatioke, Vn. ?Foi the Lynchburg Perpetual -Building and Loan Co. BOXKER'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest and fattest oys? ters ever brought to Kounoke go to Ron ner's restaurant. A fresh supply of Lynhaven oysteiu 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, 25e; plate raw, 15c; oyster soup, 10c; bulk, urio per quart. Dining room?Lvunuaven oysters, the very finest, will lie served in dining room?1-2 dozen fry, 23c; stew, 25c; 1 dozen raw, 25c. Mrs. M...

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