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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 November 1897

VOL. XIX, NO. 2< Kodaks. The annual family gathering at the Thanksgiving table, the children's Christmas tree, groups of friends gathered to pass ;t winter's evening?all make delightful indoor subjects for winter Kodaking, while the fields and trees in snowy garb make tiuite as beautiful subjects for out-door work as do the green groves and mea? dows of summer. Kodaks, $5 to $l.r). Sold either for cash or on instalment. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, Iis .Salem rtvenue s. w. TnE~GRE?T CHAINLESS WHEEL NOW ON THE HAkKET. 1898 Model Columbia Chain less Wheels for Ladies and Gentlemen are placed on the market to-day. Advantages: Increased power, speed and du? rability; not affected by rain, mud oi" dust, and always per? fectly clean. Catalogue free. EDWARD S. GREEN, Manufacturing Jeweler. FREE EXHIBITION. Mr. Harry Stirr, of New York, will give an exhibition in front of fur store this evenlnu at S o'clock. His object will be to show the merits of the Mc Fadden Exerciser. This is well...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 November 1897

THE TIMES. kvbkt morning, except monday. KOANoK.it publishing CO., publishers AND proprietors, 122 campbell ave. S.W. TKKM3 BY MAIL (postage prepaid}: dailt, onk month. 60 " THREE months.$1.50 " bix months. s.00 onr. /EAR, in advance. 5.00 sunday edition, ONK YKAR. 1.00 ___M_U, I Business <?IHce.143 Interstate Phones?8sm( 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 16 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 WHO IS TO BLAME? The election in Virginia last ".Tuesday resulted in a sweeping victory for De? mocracy, both as to the State at large and for members of the legislature. In view of the divisions in the ranks of the Republicans, and the almost utter ab? sence of organization on the part of those opposed to the errors and inequalities of Democratic rule, this might have been expected. A result of uninterrupted .control in State and local affairs, bossism and ring rule flourished in the Democratic party to a degree which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 November 1897

THE POULTRY YARD. VALUE OF CHICKEN FARMS. J*owl ItnlHlnt I? Much Followed by i*>. Women in Hinall Towns. The raising of poultry is one of the most suitable occupations for women who live In small towns or In the country, and when properly and prac? tically managed money can always he nnt?e. Children usually like to help about chickens, and the mother cau nearly always count on her boys and girls taking an Interest In the poultry farm, especially if they are allowed to have a few chickens of their own. It can be begun on a small plan with ordinary barnyard fowls. As the stock Increases and the business grows a higher grade of poultry should be bought and the best possible care should be taken of each feathered in? mate of the barnyard. While a good breed of chickens is always desirable, the quality of the eggs depends chiefly npon the food of the fowls. "White Minorcas and white Ply mouths are both excellent- varieties, and their eggs are delicious if the chickens are well...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 November 1897

A COLLEGE OUTFIT. WHAT A GIRL WILL REQUIRE DUR? ING HER YEAR AT SCHOOL. Mints to Mother* Thut?Will AM Them In the Anxious Task of tJotf luff tho Daughter Keudy for the College Term?Au Over? abundance of Gowns Iuadvlsable. It is first of all important for a col? lege girl to have a golf cape or loose wrap of some kind, that she may throw around her hurriedly In her nu? merous Journeys from hall to class room, ns the campus must usually bo crossed in going from one building to another. A soft hat of the Tam O'Shanter style, simple and without trimming, is also necessary. Two or three woolen shirt waists or Norfolk jackets, simply, but strongly made, and one or two skirts to wear with them, must be prepared for everyday wear. One good woolen dress for church or street wear and a more dressy woolen gown for small after? noon receptions or teas will be found necessary. Two evening dresses will be sufficient, one of light woolen mate? rial, the other of a more dressy goods, will give a gi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 November 1897

To show our Fall Lines of Di "ess Goods, Silks, Cloaks, Capes, Table Linens and Fall Underwear for Men, Women and Chil? dren. Our Sales Last Week Proved Our Supremacy, Are. yon aware that our uaderwcur will outwear In wear aoy underwear sold else where'' 50 dozen White and Natural Jersey Hihbed (fleeced lined) vests 25c. each; pants to match. ?Ill do/.cn Ladies' Egyptian Hihbed Roal Maco Fleeced Lined Vest, 50c eacb; pants to match. 25 do/.eu Ladies' Combination Suits, fit any form, seamless, 50c suit. 1 case "Onleta" Misses' Combination Stuts (tleeced lined), 35o suit. 25 dozen "Axford Cut" Ladies' Ribbed Combed Yarn Vests, *1 euch; pants to match. 25 dozen Ladies1 Medicated Wool Vests (unshrinkable), .*1 each. 1 case Men's Heavy Natural Color Shirts, superior quality, :!"jc each; draw? ers to m Htch. No. 1050 "Improved" extra finish Men s Natural Wool Shirts. 50e each; drawers to match. No. 1450 Special Finish White Wool Shirts (the kind that wears well), 50c each; drawers to matc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 November 1897

If the Doctor Did Your Cooking There would never be on ounce of lard used in your kitchen. Cotto lcnc would take its place. As n re? sult your focd nnd your health ? ?jjjjjj would both be in-.proved. \Vby**E not become your own doctor, nud use The gonulnoCottoleno Is Boldevorywhoro tnono toten pound yellow tins, with our trndo-mnrk??"Qottolene" nn steer's head in cotton-plant wreath?on every tin. Not guaranteed if sold In any other wuy. Mndo only by THE N. R. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago, St. Louis, Now Torte, Montrcnt CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF ROANOKE, I October 5,1897. | Resources. Loans nnd discounts.$341,215.40 Overchecks. United States bonds ^to secure circulation) and premium. Ken! estate, furniture, fixtures ?IS 25,107.50 13,010.28 Redemption fund with United States Treasurer. 1,125.00 Cash and exchange tgo'd coin $20,000.1. 1IIS,'.2:55.78 ., ; ? |510,608.48 Liabilities. Capital, sui plus and profits.$122,104.06 National hank notes outstanding. '22,500,00 Deposi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 November 1897

Dr. Miles' Nervine Triumphs. Excessive Nervousness from Childhood. La Grippe Brings on Heart Weakness. EV. IS. P. SEAREY, pastor M. F. churcbt Buchanan, <Ja. writes free. 10, 1803: "In chlldlKJod I was nPili'-ted with excessive nervousness, which, almost developed into Vitus dance. I partially recovered, but nt college i; gradu ally crew worse. Close study aggravated the trouble; any unusual exertion caused trembling nil over. In is?o 1 had a severe attack of La Grippe which brought on heart weakness I had been almost constantly under treatment for nervous troubles, and changed climates fre? quently without avail. Last February I be? gan taking Dr. Miljs' Restorative Nervine atid Nerve and I.tvor Pills and since then I have been Btudying more and working harder than for years and the good eiTccts that have resulted scam to he permanent." Dr. Miles' Remedies arc sold by all drug? gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benoOts or money refunded. Book on Heart and Ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 November 1897

NO LOST MOTION In our Tailoring Depart? ment. We've never been so busy as now. Perhaps there's ji reason for it. Good people ilon't usually go to the wrong I place. We have everything that is necessary for good clothes making: The best garment hiakers, the best trimmings and the most exclusive suit? ings. That's why we have a Tailoring Department that tits and is so busy. D, M. TAYLOR, ilutter :tu?l Furnisher. 11 2 Jefferson street. J. W. Boswell, Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110A Jefferson St., Ronuoke, Va. For the Lynchburg Perpetual -Building and Loan Co. BONNER'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest and fattest oys? ters ever brought to Roauoke go to Bon ner's restaurant. A fresh BUpp'y of Lynhavon oysteu. received every day. Can lie served in any style you like. Fol? lowing is the price for oysters served: ?V Lunch counter -Standard stews, 15c; eight, fried, 25c: plate raw, 15c; oyster soup, 10c; luilk, 25c per quart. Dicing room?Lynnhavon oysters, tho very finest, will be served ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 November 1897

VOL. XIX. NO. 21 The annual family gathering at the Thanksgiving table, the children's Christmas tree, groups of friends gathered to pass a winter's evening?all make delightful indoor subjects tor winter Kodaking, while the fields and trees in snowy garb make quite as beautiful subjects for out-door work as do the green groves and mea? dows of summer. Kodaks, $5 to $lf>. Sold either for cash or on instalment. roanoke cycle company, IIS Salem avenue s. w. thToreat chainless wheel NOW ON TIIK MAItKUT. 1898 Model Columbia Chain less Wheels for Ladies and Gentlemen are placed on the market to-day. Advantages: Increased power, speed and du? rability; not affected by rain, mud or dust, and always per? fectly clean. Catalogue free. EDWARD S. GREEN, Manufacturing Jeweler. FREE EXHIBITION. Mr. Hurry Starr, of New York, will give au exhibition in front of our More this eveninu at S o'clock. His object will \><i to show the merits of the Mc Fadden Exerciser. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 November 1897

THE TIMES. bvkry mohninq, except monday. roanoke publishing co., publishers and proprietors, 122 campbell ave. s.w. tkkms by mail (postage prepaid): oaily, one month. 60 " three months.$1.50 " 81x months. S.00 ?* onr. /ear, in advance. 5.00 sunday edition, one year. 1.00 _?..?._0. I 11 nhl iii'hh Office.143 FHUNHtl. j Bdltorlal Kooma.1J84 Interstate Phones?Same nuiubori fur the ?nine locations. NOVEMBER. S 7 14 21 28 M 1 8 15 22 29 T 2 9 1? 23 30 W T 3 4 10 11 17 IS 24 25 F 5 12 10 26 S 6 13 20 27 The Times publishes to-day a long list of Roanoke properties fi led ou ami sub? ject to sale for delinquent taxes under an act passed at the last sess:.oo of the leg? islature. The Bupreme court of Virginia has passed judgment on this matter of the legality of transfers of property un? der this act aud has fully sustained the s'linc. Under this act a transfer of prop erty becomes unquestioned and absolute. Every property owuer?those who have at any time during the past six or eight ye.?rso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 November 1897

continued from first page Lot south side Luck street, S, A. Truraau. Lot 141. Fourth ward, Roauoke Land and Improvement Company, Eliza Jane Tomlinsou. Lot corner Henry null Robertson street, Wilmeth and Patterson. '.' Ijot 18 aud part 11), section 8, Borer, Sheridan iV Moore. Lot 1, sectiou 5, Park Land Company, Mrs. Laura B. Steele. Lot east side corner Commerce, John Sheridan. Lot on Norfolk and Western railroad, Cary Trigg. Lot on south aide Gilmer street, Jno. T. Gibson. Lot oil west side Commonwealth avenue, J. W. and J. Goodman Pait of Mot 187, ward 4, Boanoke Land aud improvement Company, ,F. S. Linkenholten Lot north side of Day street, .Ino. S. Burks. Lot south side Henry"_west of Spruce, L. L. Powell. Lots 1 to 8 inclusive, section 37, River view, W. P. and .1. C. Moomnw. Lot southwest Alleghany and Pnrk CO xlOD. Lot south side Alleubany 10, feet, west of Park. Lot on Alleghany, 132 feet west of Park. One lot northwest corner Alleghany aud Park, 132x127, W. J. and L. Blair...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 November 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Ye?t.erdny evening at 5 o'clock nt the country home of the bride's father, W.A. Morgan. Miss Lucy, his youngest dauah ter, was united in marriage to Louis Bootho. Tho marriage was a quiet home a (fair and was consummate'' in tho pres? ence of the two families of the contract? ing parties and a few invited trieudp. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. C. V. Campbell, of the Sdem Presbyter? ian Church. The parlor was tastily dec orated with white chrysanthemums. Miss Hat tie Wolf enden played tho wed? ding march and beneath the roof of the old homestead tbe happy young couple were made one. The bride was dressed in a dirk green tailor-made gown with hat to match. Directly after the cere? mony tho young couple were tendered a reception nt the home of the groom's father, Capt. P. B. Boothe. Louis Boothe formerly lived in Danville, Va., where he was for a number of years deputy clerk of the city court. Mr. and Mrs. Boothe leave this morning for a bridal tri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 November 1897

We Am III V To show our Fall Lines of Dress Goods, Silks,'Cloaks, Capes, Table Linens and Fall Underwear for Men, Women and Chil? dren. Our Sales Last Week Proved Our Supremacy. Aru you aware that our uaderweor will outwear I a wear any uuderwear sold else where? ?r)() dozen White and Natural Jersey Ribbed (lleeced lined) vesta 25c. each; pants to match. 50 doxen Ladies' Egyptian Ribbed Real Muco Fleeced Lined Vest, 50c each; i'unts to match. 25 dozen Ladies' Combtnatioa Suits, lit any form, seamless, 50c suit. 1 case "Onieta" Misses' Combination Suits (tleeced lined), H?c suit. 25dozen "AxfordCut" Ladies' Ribbed Combed Yarn Vests, $1 euch; pants to match. 25 dozen Ladies' Medicated Wool Vests (unshrinkable), $1 each. 1 case Men's Heavy Natural Color Shirts, superior quality, jjiio each; draw? ers to mutch. No. 1050 "Improved" txira finish Men's Natural Wool Shirts. 50e each; drawers to match. No. 14.10 Special Finish White Wool Shirts (the kind that wears well), Gl)c each; drawers ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 November 1897

Don't drudge. Use Pearline. There is the secret of a comfortable, pleasant, healthy life for women. Don't stand up over the wash-tub, doing that grinding hard work, that isn't lit tor any woman. Use Pearline. Soak the clothes over night, while you sleep ; boil them a ittle ; then there's no work to do but to rinse them. Don't make a slave of your? self trying to scrub things clean in the ordinary ways. Use Pearline, and make all such work easy and quick and more economical. sn 1 CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF ROANQKE October 5,1897. ItCMOiirccN. Loans ami discounts.$841,315.49 Overchecks. 48 United States bonds (to secure circulation) and premium. . 20,107.50 Heal estate, furniture, fixtures, &c. 13,010.28 ? Redemption fund with United States Treasurer. 1,125.00 Cash and exchange t.go'd coin $20,000). 138,235.78 ;.; . $510,803.48 Liabilities. Capital, bui plus and profits.!?122,104.!U*> National bank notes outstanding. 23,500,00 X Deposits (individ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 November 1897

A Demon Contagious Blood Poison is cutting clown human beings by the thousand. It is an awful affliction. Doctors have all sorts of theories about it that they learned at college, but they fail miserably when they try to cure it. Every sufferer should know, be? fore he seeks professional help, that he will be given mercury and other is his only hope. It will go to the root of the trouble and purify the blood make it rich, red and healthy?stop the eating sores forever?stop the hair from falling out?drive the ter? rible disease completely away. Free books on the disease and its treat? ment can be had by writing to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Go. HORTICULTURAL. HARVESTING APPLES. Valuable 8ngire?tlona About Picking mid i'uckliiK tlitt Crop. Many farmers gather their apples by shaking thein from tho trees upon the ground, where they are more <>r less bruised by striking one another or the ground. Where apples have a ready sale hand-picking might t'>...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 November 1897

Hat Talk ! We hoar more about the proper shapes and col? ors this fall than over be? fore. We're making the "f?r fly" simply because we have the newest wrinkles in the hat line. Our friends say we are right up to the scratch. Drop in and let us show you what to wear it' you want to be a well-dressed man. D. M. TAYLOR, 2! as lot- and Furnisher. 1 IS Jefferson street. J. W. Boswell, Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110] Jefferson St., Ronnoke, Va. Money to Loan -Foi the Lynchburg Perpetual ???Building and Loau Co. BONNER'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest and fattest oys? ters ever brought to Roanoke go to Bon rier's restaurant. A fresh supp'y of Lynhaven oysteru 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, '20c: nlate raw, 15c; oyster soup, 10c: bulk, 25c per quart. Dicing room?Lynnhaven oysters, the. very finest, will be served in dining room ?1-2 dozen fry, 25c: stew, 25c: 1 dozen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 November 1897

VOL. XIX, NO. 2i KODAKS. ?The annual family gathering it the Thanksgiving table, the ?hildren's Christinas tree, groups of friends gathered to puss a winter's evening?all make delightful indoor subjects "for -winter Kodaking, while the fields and trees in snowy garb make quite as beautiful subjects for out-door work as do the green groves and mea? dows of summer. Kodaks, $5 to $15. Sold either for cash or on instalment. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, 118 Sulein avenue h. w. , THE COLUMBIA CHA1NLESS BICYCLE will be on exhibition Saturday, Novem? ber (i. Mr ('. K. Wheeler, representing the Pope Manufacturing Company, will ho here to exhibit the wheel anil explain its superiority over the chain whcets. Those interested are Invited to call at the store of ?EDWARD S. GREEN, Tlnj Jewell r, the local ngeut for Columbia and Hart? ford Bicycles, to inspect the ''First and Foremost Chaluless Wheel." FREE EXHIBITiON. Mr. Harry St:irr, ot Now York, will give an exhibition in front of nur store this eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 November 1897

THE TIMES. KVKHY MOHN 1 Nil, EXCEPT MONDAY. BOANOKE Pi;ULI81IINO CO., PUBLISHERS AND PB0PBIBTOB3, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. 9.W. TEBMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILT, ONE MONTn. 50 " TI1KRR MONTHS._$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE /BAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YKAB. 1.00 FnUnllg. ^ Editorial Kooini. 1U4 Interstate Phones?Samo numbers for tho ?nine locations. NOVEMBER. S M T W T F S 1 2 8 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 20 80 . Now that It is acknowledged that the Republicans will have a majority in the next Mnryland legislature the quest ion what prominent Republican will succeed to the mantle so long worn by Senator Gorman. Several femes are mentioned; but Tostmaster General Gary and Con? gressman Sidney E. Mudd seem to be re? garded as having the best show for tho senatorial' toga. The new German bond), whicn bursts among the enemy anil scatters an anaesthetic which puts them to sleep until they can bo safely captured, promises tobe a very...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 November 1897

continued from aecond pngo Lot south side Luck street, S. A. Truman. Lot 141. Fourth ward, Roanoko Land ?and Improvement Ccmpnny, Eliza Jane Toudinson. Lot corner Henry aud Robertson street, Wilmeth and Patterson. ' Lot l.sjiud part 11), section b\ Rorer, Sherldau & Moore. Lot 1, section ?">, Park Land Company, Mrs. I iaura 11. Steele. Lot east side corner Commerce, Johu Sheridan. Lot on Norfolk aud Western railroad, Gary Trlgg. Lot on south sitle ,Gllmer street, Juo. T. Gibson. Lot ,ou west side Commonwealth avenue, J. \V. and J Goodman Rait of [lot 127, ward 4, Roanoke Land and improvement Company, F. S. Linkeulioker. Lot north aide of Day street, Juo. S. Burks. Lot south side Henry "west of Spruce, L. L. Powell. Lots 1 to a inclusive, section 37, Rlver viow, W. P. and J. C. Moomaw. Lot southwest Allegbany aud Park Of) xlOD. Lot south side Alleubany CO, feet west of Park. Lot on Allegbany, 132 feet westtof Park. Oue lot northwest comer Alleghnuv and Park, 18...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 November 1897

Most Torturing, Disfiguring, Humiliating Of itching, burning, bleeding, scaly skin and scalp humors is instantly relieved by a warm bath with Cutiouiia Soai*, a single application of Cuticuka (oint? ment), tho great skin euro, and a full dose of cuticora Rksolvent, greatest of blood puritiers and humor cures. cura ItKMKOiES speedily, ponnanently, aai economically cure, whou all else fail*. I'ottkr Drfci Alin t'likm. Co*r..Solt I'm).*.. Horton. ai*-"llow lo Cur? Every Skin and Ulood UuTiior," Irre. PIMPLY FACES~^riIgn^k?AVJ. by SALEM EDWARD JETER. REPORTER. .Too Gray, the colored man who was captured Wednesday night by Thomas AlifT while iu the act of taking lumber from the canning factory on Roanoke river, was tried yesterday before Magis? trate Camper and the evidence was of such a nlain character that he was sent ou to the gl and jury and returned to the county jail. Rolrort Jackson, colored, who was with Gray at the time and who was shot in the side bv John Bowles while trying to...

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