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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 November 1897

26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. \Ve invite an inspection of our Special Reduction Sale, beginuing .Monday morning, November sth, and lasting one week only. The grand march of the most, ?uperb .silk exhibition is on. Look or bey. Look at least, and see what the silk world bus produced this season. Pretty and dainty designs of Fancy Two-Toned Hroeaded Silk, 00c. ASTONISHING VALUES. $1 Black Brocades, this week 05c a yard. Black All Silk Peau de Soie, $1.10 value, 75c a van). Special All Silk Black Faille, $l'value, 75c. 2:1 inches vide Blaek Satin Ducbcae, actual worth $1.25, 85c a yard. Solid and Figured TafTetu S'lk, actual worth $1.25, 75c a yard. New olTectn and colorings in Hoinan Stripo Silks, from 7-"ic. to$1.25 a yard. The helping hand in Colored Dress Goods has a g-ip on the prices that is in? comparable. Any color or kind at the kindest nrices that, one could wish for? 25c a yard to$l: the former worth dou? ble, the latter $1.85 wholesale. Ladies' Wool Jersey Ribbed Vests and ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 November 1897

SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR SALE. 7- room dwelling southeast, near Rcl mont School, $150; cush, $100; ironthly, $10. 8- toom dwelling on Tj/.e.vell avenue. $850; small cash payment. 5-room cottage, southwest, large lot: $950: small cash payment; balance $10 per month. 5- room duelling, northwest, large lot, renting at. $150. Price, $100. This is a vood investment. G room dwelling, nicely papered, near West End round-house, $800; small cash payment. 6- rnom dwelling, newly-papered and painted, nice yard; $800. P 8 acres fine land on the electric car 1'ne, northwest, sultablo for building or garden farm: $75 per acre. Easy terms. I 15 acres one mile from the Terry build? ing. Will seil as a whole or cut in one acre lots. This is line trucking land. 500-acre farm 10 miles from Roauoko, on the Norfolk ai d Western railroad. Seven-room brick dwelling, line barn; about 1250 acres In timber, balanco in cul? tivation. Fine orchard on the place. Price, $5,000; one-third cash, balance one and two ye...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 November 1897

J j*r;;e packiiKO of the world's best cleanser loi a nickel. HtlllKrcnter economy in 4-|K>uud patKiiHe. All grocers. Mnde only by VHH N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago,*" Louis, New York, Iloaton. I'hllaUelp' OON'f BE DECElVfcG! ewimj Machine Thai Cannot, be Put in Good (>rder at the New tlome Olliee, 309 Henry Street, Roanoke Va., WHERE can he found TIIK kink DROP CABINET, A dm I It KD by so many peo? PLE for BEAUTY and convenience; also a VAItlETY <>k different ma? chines made DY THIS company, which, if examined my those wh 1 wish to buy, side iiy SIDE with the OTIIEItMAK ksok machines, can ItEAD ILY bee they besekve ALL the praisetiiey iiavemehited IN finish, duit ability, lioi1t-iiunnin? andper* fect work. Please call and inspect machine ani> investiuate the low pricks before you buy. i remain, respectfully, W. H. STRICKLER, 309 Henry St. Ro\ni kk, Va. HIGH UP ABOVE EVERYTHING in the confectionery line you will find the purity...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 November 1897

THE NEW OSE. The same shape as the popular Nakodas, but a little higher and a good one for winter wear. We are just as much up to date in neck? wear. All we lack are the ciits to show you. D. M. TAYLOR, ZEuttor and Furnisher. 113 Jefferson street. DESOLATION IN CUBA. - - Thousands Have Died on the Island From I Starvation. ? I Havana, Nov. 13.?It is no exnggera- j tion to say that since the date ot the i-rst. news of t he famine in September until the present time, 1.10,000 persons have died of hunger in Uuha. A correspondent writing from Santo Domingo Santa Clara, says: "fu a town like this of only 4,500 in? habitant-;, it is horrible to think that no fewer than nTty persons are dying every | day. The cause of so many deaths is fever and hunger, principally hunger. Most of the dead remain unbnrled and their bodies are thrown out in the open country because there Is no place for them in the cemetery.-' "The spectacle o! misery and starvation among the reconcentrados is beyond de? sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 November 1897

VOL,. XIX, NO. 2{ Sterling Silver. Until further notice we ?will sell all staple: patterns of Sterling Silver, Tea Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Table Spoons and Forks, al $1.00 per ounce. EDWARD S. GREEK, MANUFACTURING .1 EWELKR, (> Salem avenue; Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen, It is the bent known nnd known to be the best, fountain pen the world over, rt is always ready, and writes continu? ous)? without nbaking. It has the best gold pen that can he made, und we guar? antee lo refund your money if the pen is ^jiot satisfactory. * _ THE FISH8URN COMPANY, ROOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, 10 Campbell avenue, Uoanoke, Va. TAKE A LOOK AT THE EXCELSIOR HEATER before buying your wood stove. ENGLEBY & BRO. CO 1 17 Salem avenue. See Gar Beautiful Line of Pianos, Wo are now receiving that beau? tiful lints of pUnos your atten? tion whs called to a few days ngo. They will have to he seen to be a ppi eclated. Wn am carrying our same line --MER? LIN. MAINES and KROE GEH PIANOS. An i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 November 1897

THE TIMES every morning, except monday. boanoee publishing co., publishers and proprietors, 122 campbell avk. s.w. terms by mail (postaqe prepaid': DAILY, onk month. 50 M threr montii8.$1.50 " bix months. 3.00 " one /ear, in advance. 5.00 sunday edition, one year. 1.00 ??,,.,? u I lluslness Otttco.143 PHON es. ^ Kd|torU1 Rooms.1?* Intomiuto PhonoB?Shiiio nnmbors for tlie ??mo locutions. NOVEMBER: S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 0 ?J 8 0 10 11 13 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 The Times presents to-day a very able paper from Judge Samuel G. Williams on the all-important subject of tax titles. The Judge takes the position that a man cannot be deprived of bis "property with? out due proiess of law and that to *ake*a mnu's property without giviug him no? tice is not according to "due process,11 and cites numerous decisions in support of this position. A careful investigation of the [delinquent tax muddle that now troubles the people of Hoanoke will,how? ever, develop the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 November 1897

MOTHER'S FRIEND. Childbirth relieved of pain and danger ! Happy mothers and perfect children ! Such are the glorious achievements of advanced medical science. Intelligent re? search has established the iact that tlie pre? paration of woman's organism for the ordeal of childbirth cannot be made by internal medical treatment, but must be accomplished, if at all, by direct ap? plications to the deli? cate parts involved. "Mother's Friend," the famous liniment prepared by the Brad field Regulator Com? pany, of Atlanta, Ga., is declared by physicians and druggists to be the only scientific and logical treatment for the ailments of pregnancy, and the only remedial agent which gives the body the necessary strength and elasticity to endure the strain of childbirth. The use of "Mother's Friend" is positive assurance against " Rising Breasts" and other ailments of pregnancy, and shortens the times and agony of labor. Mil";H OOAICiP Everybody who has used "Mother's Friend" praises it highly. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 November 1897

STATEMENT OF FACTS. Mr. Ashworth Gives Out Light on the Situation. THE BRISTOL ATTORNEY EX? PLAINS THE CAUSE OF THE PRESENT CONFUSION OF TAX TITLES IN ROANOKE CITY AND POINTS OUT HOW THE TROUBLE COULD BE AVOIDED BY FIDEL? ITY AND INTELLIGENCE IN OF? FICIAL ACTS. To the Editor of The Ti->es: By your kind peimission I wish to briefly demon? strate the fnct that the present confused state of titles in this city is due to the failure of officers to properly interpret and execute the delinquent tax laws, and not to any fault in tne laws themselves. Roanoke city, in the few short years of its existence, can boast of burdening the State, and, therefore, the tax-paying citizens thereof, with more delinquent lands for non-payment of taxes than probably any othe" city of its ei/.e in the State. If A owes 1$ a debt, under the laws B may take judgment therefor and sell the property ot A to C for the pay? ment thereof, and none will deny the jus? tice of this law. A owes to the State ...

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

KUMPS 26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. On account of tin- back? wardness of the season we are heavily overloaded with goods on all sides, and to reduce stock we are making unprece? dented sacrifices in all depart? ments. ? Ladies1 Jackets and Gapes. lit no cither line is the advantage to the customer so apparent. Wo have been able to secure some of tin's season's best productions frn.n lending cloak bouses on consignment, so that wo can sell them at. about half the cost. Black Heaver Double Capes, trimmed in fed fur and black silk braids, $1.75 each. Silk Finished Black Kersey Double Capes, bound scams, seal and braid trimmed, s2.5l> each. Black Astrachan Capes, storm collar, extra length, silk lined, sfl each. Silk Plush Capes, silk lined, storm collar and trimmed in astrac ban, ?1 each. Silk Flush (Japes, rhadame lined, em? broidered in b.raid and beads, astrachau trimmed each. ~" Fine Flush Capes, changeable silk lined, trimmed in Thibet fur, lull sweep storm collar, $11....

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

SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR SALE. 7- room dwelling southeast, near Bel mont School, $050; cusii, sum. nrouthlv, ?10. 8- ioom dwelling on Tazowell avenue. fSSO; snuill ca?<h payment. fi-room cottage, southwest, large lot: $950: small cash payment; balauce $10 per mouth. ' 5-room duelling, northwest, large lot. renting at $<it>. Price, ?WO. This is a uood in vestment. ' G iooui dwelling, nicelv papered, near "West Knd round-house, $800; small cash payment. 0-room dwelling, newly papered and painted, nice yard: $800. 1*8 acres One laud on the electric car l;ne, northwest, suitable for building or garden (arm; $75 per acre. Easy terms. 1 15 acres one mile from the Terry build? ing. Will seil as a whole or cut In one acre lots. This is fine trucking land. 500-acre farm 10 miles from Hoanoko, on the Norfolk and Western railroad. Seven-room brick dwelling, fine barn; about 250 acres in timber, balance in cul? tivation. Fine orchard ou the place. Price, $5,000; one...

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

MamBEEBaHOBnOBBOH ?Vegctablc Preparation for As - sim?ating the Food and Reg tila liiig the Stomachs and Dowels of Promotes Di^cstion.CIieerrul ncss and Rcst.Contains neither Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. I Kttipc ofOhlBrSmUELPlTCUER JKunplan Scc.i~ yff.v'Sr/uirr ? ] /' , A r Ift Softs - sfnt'.K StrtI * I JYfiptmimt - > Jii CurtuiiatiSo?a/ * I ft ami Seed - Clarified Swa/rr ? Htit?synea tlarar. I A perfect Remedy for Constipa? tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish ticss and Loss of Sleep. Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. ?^I'mAT fe-.m b.iritKs bid ^5Dpsrs-33CEivts HXACT COPY OF WRAPPER . .Thanksgiving Tnrkey, Thanksgiving-Duy is drawinu nenr, 4 anil nothlngjidds more to the pleasure of serving a hue turkey than a i>iee CARVING SET, which can he hail in great variety ami at hottom prices by calling on BUTT k mil the hardware men, 22 Campbell Avenue. CUPID'S I>AI*TS c are shurpest pointed when sweets hide the string. O...

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

THE NEW ONE, The same shape as the popular Nakodas, but a little higher and a good one for winter wear. We are just as much up to date in neck? wear. All we lack are the cuts to show you. D. M. TAYLOR, iliittcr and Furnisher, 112 Jefferson streut. ACTIVITY IN WASHINGTON. Sigr;? of the Reassembling of Congress Become A pp-irent. Wushington, Nov. ?That Congress will soon assemble is being made more evident every day by the return of Sena? tors and Representatives, most o' whom have been spending their vacation in their respective Suites looking after their political fences. Eacl' one displays a cer? tain amount of anxiety in their efforts to learn the feelings of the public iu regard to matters of vital import soon to come before Congress. Every day new faces arc to be seen going to the White House, and when approached as to the nature of their visits, the usual and .time-worn re? ply "merely to pay respects, ?" greets the Interviewer. In reality they are trying to sc und the administ...

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

VOL. XIX. NO. 3C Sterling Silver. Until further notice we ?will sell all staple patterns of Sterling Silver, Tea Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Table Spoons and Forks, at $ 1.0t) per ounce. EDWARD S. GREEN, M A NI FACTO Kl N?J .1 BW ELER, 15 Salem avenue. Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen. It is the best known anil known to be the best fountain pen the world over. It is always ready, and writes continu? ously without shaking. It has the best gold pen that can he made, and we guar? antee to refund your money if the pen is not satisfactory. THE FISHBURN COMPANY, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, ID Campbell avenue, Roanoke, Va. TAKE A LOOK AT THE EXCELSIOR HEATER before buying your wood stove. EN6LEBY & BRO. CO. 17 Salem avenue. See Our Beautiful Line of Pianos. We are now receiving that beau? tiful line of pianos your, atten? tion was called to a few days ago. They will have to be seen to bo appteclated. We are carrying our same line --MEH LIN, HAINES and KROE GER PIANOS. An inspection of...

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

THE TIMES. EVKHY MOUSING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKK PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. ?J.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTFl. 50 14 THREE MONTI18.$1.50 " BIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAH. 1.00 DDnvM.jBmineu Office.143 rnuniiB. j Kdltorlal Koomi.1?4 Interstate Phones?Same numbers for the ?ame locations. NOVEMBER. 8. M T W T F S ..1 2 3 4 5 6 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ? 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 . Ex-Congressman Bowden talked over the political situation in Virginia with the President last Saturday, but it did not'hurry up federal appointments in this State to any perceptible degree. In addition to the usual dangers of the game, there was a regular riot at the meeting of the two football teams at Den? ver, Colorado, last Saturday afternoon. The Centennial State will |Iiave to follow the example of Georgia and prohibit the game entirely if this new feature Is kept up in the Rockies. The peopl...

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

X.ove'8 young dream is one that fills the heart with intensest joy. Sometimes the happy dream is realized. Fre? quently, it is not. In many coses lov? ing young couples fall short of true murried happiness because of the ill health of the young \vife._ A wo? man who is tor? tured by pains due to weakness and disease of the or? gans that are dis? tinctly feminine, cannot be an and able and helpful IP I' r I IS I Vy?vvife- Troubles of fA ^ ? Bra * f'-^1'1*9 nature rack the nerves witli pain and sap the . strength. Under their malign influence the most amiable and belpful disposition will become soured. The ?wife that promised to be a cheerful, capable and willing helpmate surprises her husband by proving a sickly, nervous, fretful and helpless invalid. Tins unfortunate outcome j of 'Love's young dream" may be pre? vented or remedied by resorting to the right medicine for troubles of this nature. The right medicine is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Over 90,000 women have said ) so...

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

Greatest Sale On Record! Ladies' Coats and Capes One-Third Under Price Closed out from a Now York Manufacturer. His samples of Coats and Capes bought at One-Third Under Price. WOMEN'S CAPES. r Heavy Douclo Capes, full sweep. Silk lined and interlined, pleats and Fur trimmed, worth $4, at $2.98 Better and Heavier Boucle Cloth Capes, longer and wider, made otherwise exactly the same way, worth $5.98, at $3 98. Extia Quality Boucle Cloth Capes, longer still, and of immense sweep, dou? ble Watteau, warmly interlined and Fur trlmnud, worth $7, at $4.98. Plush Capes of jaunty length and very full sweep, heavy Silk lined and embroid? ered, Fur edge on collar and frouts,worth $0.98, at $4.98. Flmn- Plush Capes, morr elaborately embroidered, Batin lined and interlined, Fur trimmed?a special bargain at $5.98. Seal Plush Capes, all-over braided, double Watteau back, and edged all arouud rvith Fur, lj4tt.1r?*. I/ong Seal Plush Capes, handsomely or? namented with braid and jet, pleated Iwck and ...

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

26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. On account of the back? wardness of the season we arc heavily overloaded with goods on all sides, and to reduce stock we are making unprece? dented sacrifices in all depart? ments. Ladies' Jackets and Gapes. In no other line is the advantage to the customer so at parent. We have been able to secure aomc of this season's best productions from lending clonk houses on consignment, so thai we can sell them at about half the ciisf. Black Heaver Double Capes, trimmed iu sc?! fur and black silk braids, $1.75 each. Bilk Finished Black Kersey Double Cape.H, binnd seams, seal and braid trimmed, $3.51) encb. Black Astrachan Capes, storm collar, extra length, silk lined. ?1 each. Silk Plush (.'apes, silk lined, storm collar and trimmed in nstrachan, ?1 each. Silk Plush Capes, rhadanie lined, etn broidered'iti braid and heads, astrachau trimmed $S, each. Fine Flush Capes, changeable silk lined, trimmed in Thibet fur, lull sweep storm collar. $9.50 each. Fancy Wool B...

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

DKMXQUKNT TAX KALK. MXl'lUK. CLERK OP THE CORPORATION X COURT H>K ROANOKE OJTY, VA : r, Iho undersigned. G. H. KK.NDKK'K. trtjrohy fil*t wlih you this my application, ns provided by statute, to purchase u certain ?parcel or trnet of land, containing -? acres, more <>r lc?s, being Part lots Zi and iH, nortt) side Franklin street, Lewis addition, situate In Knill city, and being the snme Innd sold by the Treasurer of wild city on ibeutli day of January, 181(2, fordcllniiuent taxes due thereon by mid to tbe name of OKO. K. ANDERSON, and bought at said sale by tbe Auditor <>r Public Accounts of Virginia for said Stale and city, ami I hereby agree to pay the amount for which said renl estate was sold as aforesaid.togcl tier with such additional sums us may or would have accrued from taxes and levies, with all interest, as provided by law, hnd wild real estalo not been so sold mid purchased by tbe Common wealth. Given under my hand th...

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

FOR RENT! Good 8 room house, nil modern Im? provements, No. 713 Henry street s w. Another good 8-rooru house on Eighth avenue, nenr Commerce street, s nr. All modern improvements I have just re? paired it. Good 8-room house on Eighth avenue s w, No. 541. Price only $10. Good repair. 8-room house No. 1007 Firth avenue n w; in good condition. Ouly $8. Two good 0-room houses on Bullitt ave? nue' s e; only $0 each. Two 0-room houses on Gilmer avenue n e. Only $0 each. All in good repair. A largo four-story brick warehouse on Holllday street, with largo elevator and platform scales, or will rent floors for storage. Several bargains in tho sale of houses and vacant lots. Call; ask for what you want. I will vet it for you. List your property for sale or rent with me. TU LEY J. MITCHELL, Heal Estate Agent, OPPOSITE TERRY BUILDING. RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES. DICHT K A HI.K for homk8 OK specu? LATIVE INVESTMENT. iiaoi-, east. 10-room dwelling, 118 Eighth Rveuue s. w., bath...

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

THE NEW ONE, The same shape as the popular Nakodas, but a little higher and a good one for winter wear. We are just as much up to date in neck? wear. All we lack are the cuis to show you. D. M. TAYLOR, llaiicr and Furnisher, l rJ Jefferson streut. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Reserved Rents on s;\le this morning for Roauoke Choral Society concert at .John? son iV Johnson's, lton't. fail to hear Gi annini, the peerless tenor, and tne other choice art'sth. The attendance at the evening educa? tional classes is increasing. Our hoys and young men see a great opportunity here. Fifteen students from the National Business College have just joined the as? sociation for gymnasium and bath privi? leges this is a move in the right direction. More should follow'their example. Voting men's gyn nasiuuj class to? night at 8 o'clock. OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Hit ters This medicine docs not stimulate and contains no wh...

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