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

Kill Sil 26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. On account of the back? wardness of the season we are leavily overloaded with goods on all sides, and to reduce stock we are making unprece Slented sacrifices in all depart lents. Ladies' Jackets and Gapes. In no other line is the advantage to the customer so it| parent. We have been able to Recure Home of this season's best productions rrn.ii loading cloak booses on consignment, so that we can soil them at about half the cost. Black Beaver Double ("apes, trimmed in RCiil fur and black silk braids, $1.75 each. Silk Finished Black Kersey Double Capes, b >und seams, seal und braid trimmed, $3.50 each. Black Astrachan Capes, storm collar, extra length, silk lined, s?l each. Silk Plash Capes, silk lined, storm collar and trimmed in astrachnn, ?-1 each. Silk Plush Capes, rhndame lined, em? broidered in braid and heads, nstruchan trimmed $S, each. Pine Plush Capes, changeable silk lined, trimmed in Thibet fur, lull sweep storm collar, $9.G...

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

r&? .: er the Grade, ' Tb? >igger the Trade Clauss Shears and Razors have a world-wide reputation. FA ^FAX BROS, ole Agents, 9 Jefferson street, Roanoke, Va. Thanksgiving Turkey, Thank?i?iving-Day is drawinc near, and nothingjidds more to the pleasure of serving a Hue turkey than a nice CARVING SET, which can be had iu great variety and at bottom prices by calling on EVAN, BUTT & PRICE, TI1I0 HARDWARE MEN, 22 *mpbell Avenue. Female Regulator | For all diseases peculiar to women and girls. \i/ It Tones up the Nerves, Improves the An- vf> petite, Enriches the Blood, and gives Life, vj> Health and Strength. It is the W QUEEN Or TONICS I ' HAKES THE COMPLEXION CLEAR. yU rnrr I AboUleof " Monthly ?? Regulating $ r IIEE ? Pills with each bottle. For sale by W all dealers or sent direct upon receipt of price by New Spencer Mod. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. ^ ; LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: ... cases requiring special treatment, address, , Ri...

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

Kr ?'S is the pathway that leads to the pitfall of Consump? tion. Prom the head and throat, the disease goes - down to the lungs, and then hope is gone; there . is no eure for well-devel- KB? oped Consumption. Catarrh is in the blood, and it can be cured only by curing the blood. Lotions and sprays and inhalations are nothing more than a temporary relief, for they cannot reach the seat of the disease?the blood. Swift's Specific (S.S.S.) stops the progress of j Catarrh forever, com- ^ S pletely heals up the in llamed membranes and eradicates every taint from the blood. It re? stores the bead and throat to a healthy condition, and roots out the disgusting and disagreeable disease for all time. . Send for free books about Blood Diseases to thoSwift Specific Co., Atlanta. THE HOUSEWIFE. Sukk?'hiIons on Various Tonics Which uro Essential to GlHIll Housekeeping. <ioo<l Paste. As farmer's wives and residents ot small villages are usually obliged to do their own paper ...

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

5 19 ? JsKK OI K N EW PEARL ALPINE HAT! With White or Black Band. D. M. TAYLOR, 3 flatter aii<l Furnisher. 112 Jefferson street. CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. Chicago, Nov. 18.?The leading fu Old people who require medicine to regultite the bowels und kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Hitters. This medicine docs not. stimulate and contains no whiskey or other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach- and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to t.hu organs, thereby aiding nature iu the performance of the functions. Electric Hitters is aa excellent appetizer anil aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price SO cents and if 1 per bottle at Massie's Pharmacy. Doll Babies and Toys, new and cheap Gravatt's Pair, 0 Faleui avenue. ? OLD PEOPLE. Warren Cuchrsn, of Baltimore, repre? senting the American Type Founders Company, was in Hoanoke yesterday. Bluefield Telegraph: Billard t'. Huff, of Hoanoke, spent yest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 November 1897

VOL. XIX, NO. & The Folding Pocket Kodak Is simply a WONDKit. Come ami examine it at oace. No trouble to show it, whether you want a Camera or not. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, 108 Salem Avenue 8. w. Sterling Silver. Until further notice we will sell all staple patterns of Sterling Silver, Tea Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Table Spoons and Forks, at ?1.00 per ounce. MANUFACTURING .1 BW KLICK, 6 Salem avenue. In order to meet the priee on a cheap grade of Crepe Paper which is being sold in this city, we have decided to leduce the price on our purer as follows: Plain Ciepe Paper, cents, 'Tinted Edges, cents. Figured Edges, 35 cents. This pa per Is the liest that money can buy. anil will nor. fade in a few days, iio is the ca?e with the cheap grade. BUY THE BEST AT LESS PRICE. THE FISHBURN COMPANY, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. See Oar Beautiful Line of Pianos, We are now receiving that beau? tiful line of pianos your inten? tion v.vis called to a few days ago. They will have to be seen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 November 1897

THE TIMES. 8VXRY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. EOANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 132 CAMPBKLL AVK. ?S.W. TKRM8 BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID.': DAILY, ONE MONTH. ^ 50 7 '? THREE MONTHS.fl.50 / " SIX MONTHS. S.00 f " ONIt /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 BtJITDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ??,.,.. ,,. ( IttifllnnHit OtHce.143 rUONBS. -j Klutori,il Ituniii?.124 Interstate FIioooh-Shiiio numbers for tbo saiuo locations. NOVEMBER. S M T W T ? S 1 2 8 4 5 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 28 24 25 20 27 23 29 30 . Dr. Theodore Von Hollenben, the new German ambassador, was it noted duelist in his younger days, but as ail'his com? bats were with wooden swords the scars on his countenance do not seriously affect his beauty. The little talk of trouble with Japan will soon blow over. Japan simply wants to uct all the money she can out of the United States now that it is apparent that the latter country is determined to annex Hawaii. The Iandine of German troops at Kino Chan is said to ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 November 1897

Dyspepsia, the thief that steals away so much ? of life's pleasure, has no accomplice more pernicious than lard. Bar every lard-soaked thing out of your diet, and make your digestion proof against I dyspepsia and the ills that follow it, by eating the appe ?ti/.ing and digestible food that id prepared with Tho Rcnulno Cottoleno Is sold overywhero in ono to ten nound yollowtlnn, Ss with our trade mnrk.B?uOoUolenc" und stevr s head in eotlon~plant wreath?on ?-'s every <.in. Not guaranteed If bold lu any oilier way. Madoouiyby 1IIE M. K. FAIRBAN1C COMPANY. Chicago. St. Louis. New York. Montreal. I CONDITIGN OP THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF RQAKOKE, 3 October 5,1837, \ Resources* i Loans and discounts.$841,215.40 J Overclieeka. 48 < United States bonds (to secure circulation) and premium.. 125,107.50 < Heal estate, furniture. Ox tu res, ccc. 1:1,1)10.2:1 * Redemption fund with United States Treasurer. 1,1:25.00 < Cash and exchuuge (gold coin $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 November 1897

SOCIETY JO! Mrs. Mr Hate, Hostess, Reliever Paine's Celes There exists among women who are much in society a form of weariness re? sulting from overtaxed nerves, more in? tens? and depresslLg than any known to tired muscles. The overcrowded lives of such women mako them slaves of anxieties and an? noyances which t*?ey cannot ignore The following letter from one of New York's busiest hostesses shows how im? plicitly Paine's celery compound is relied on nmong the most intelligent, well*tor iidb families, ns well as in the many more ] humble households all over the country: New York City, Oct. 9, 1307. Gentlemen?I think it but fair to you that I bear testimony to the benelicial re? sults of my use of Paine's* celery com? pound. ' /' Two years ago I was 'almost a wreck from nervous prostration, lesulting from overwork, mental nod physical. I had lost my memory completely, and friends feared I would never recover. After try? ing several remedies to no avail, my phy? ffif SitiiUli ~~presc...

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

26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. On account of the back? wardness of the season we are heavily overloaded with goods on all Bides, and to reduce st^ock 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 nr parent. We have been able to secure some of this season's l>es( productions fro.n leading cloak bouses on consignment, so that wo cau sell them at about half the cost. Black Heaver Double Capes, (rimmed in seal fur and black silk braids, $1.70 each! Bilk Finished Black Kersey Double ?tapes, b:>und seams, seal ami braid I trimmed, $2.51) each. ( Black Astrachan Capes, storm collar, . extra length, .silk lined, $1 each. Silk Plush Capes, silk lined, storm collar and trimmed In astraehan, $1 each. Silk Plush Capes, rhiiilame liued, em? broidered In braid and bead-, astraehan trimmed each. ^ Fine Flush Canes, changeable silk I lined, trimmed in Thibet fur, lull sweep storm coll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 November 1897

p Bet er the Grade, I TheHggert&eTrade Clauss Shears and Razors have a world-wide reputation. FAIRFAX-BROS, " ole Agents, 9 Jefferson street, Roanoke, Va. Thanksgiving Torkey, Thanksgiving-Day is drawing near, and nothing^adds more to the pleasure of serving a floe turkey than ti nice CAKVIXtt SET, which can be had in great variety and at bottom prices bv calling on EVANS, BUTT & PRICE, THE HARDWARE MEN, 22 Campbell Avenue. Female | Regulator ? For nil diseases peculiar to women and girts. It Tones up the Nerves. Improves the An- \]/ B-titc, Enriches the Klood, and gives Life. \t/ ealih and Strength. It is the W QUEEN OF TONICS 1 HAKES THE COMPLEXION CLEAR T DEC I A bottlc " Monthly " Regulating w _ rnCC ? Pills with each bottle, For sale by W w all dealers or sent direct upon receipt of price by Nt> 5j> New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. ^ LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m * 3J cases requiring special treatment, address. Si giving symp...

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

It is impossible to promise particular features tbat will appear in the '*AMERICAN MONTHLY" during the coming year, for it ts, as the Bookman says, " a great monthly newspaper." As such, it prints for Its readers an illustrated account of the notable things which make the history oJ -.-the month, of the political, the "? Wn know o! no review published, in this ! economic, and literary happenings ecuntry or In Europe, which combiner, so success- Tx,f,i<-h irr of viln.- ?<?> inl?llm?ni Cully ?a the American Monthly the alertness. w!1,cn are OI valUt- to intelligent um?ltness. and energy ol (curnallsm with, the I men and women. The Editor's ri'.ii'i i.-Jcmcnt. carefullv v/elc?hcd opinion, exact ,iri . .. ? ,, ., ,, kn wli Ige avl w?ll-chosen English of the purolv Progress oi tue World tells suc Uterary periodical."-7fo Outlook. \ cinci\y an illustrated story of the month. The "Leading Articles" give the best thought and information of the current magazi...

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

ALPINE H AT! With White or Black Band. D. M. TAYLOR, Untier and FurniMlicr. 112 Jefferson street. CHICAGO PRODUCK MARKET. Chieago, Nov. 15).?The lending fu? tures ranged as follows: Wheat? Open. Close. December. O?J Dog Corn December.2G^ 2(1 ? Oats December . 22 i 2U Pork December. 7.?2 7.32 Lard December. 4.17 4.15 Ribs? December. 4.22 4.22 OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to regnlute the bowels and kidneys will And the true remedy in Electric Hit ters. This medicine does not stimulate tend contains no whiskey or other intoxicant, but acts aB a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach ami bowels, milling strength find giving tone, to the organs, thereby aiding nature in the performance of the fuuetions. Electric Hitters is aa excellent, appetizer and aids digestion. Old people lind it just exactly what they need. Price 50 cents and $ 1 per bottle at Massie's Phaimacy. Doll Babies and Toys, new and cheap Gravatt's Fair, 1) Salem avenue. The collecti here last _...

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

VOL. XIX, NO. SI WE ARE offering; the famous $75 "Westfield" AT $50. rqanoke cycle company, 108 Salem Avenue s. \v. 'Phono f)B. Sterling Silver. Until further notice we will sell -ill staple patterns of Sterling Silver, Tea Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Table Spoons and Forks, at $1.00 per ounce. EDWARD S. GREEN, Man ufacturing j e welkr, 0 Salem avenue. FOR THE LADIES! In order to meet the price on a cheap grade of Crepe Paper which is beim; sold in this city, we have decided to reduce the price on our paper as follows: Plain Ciope Paper, 2'> cents, Tinted Bilges, 2fi cents, Figured Edges, 15"> cents. This paper i* the best that, money can buy, and will not fad$ in a few days, as is the ca?e with the cheap grade. BUY Till-: BEST at less price. the fish8urn company, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 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 be nppieciato...

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

bvrby mornino, exceit monday. boanoke publishing co., k _ PT/pij8her3 and PROPRIETORS, ?i^" i'i? campbklL ave. ?.w\ P terms by mail (postage rRKPAID): raily, one month.- 00 " TilREB months.fl.OO " bix months. ?.00 ?? ONE /kar, in advance. 5.00 SUNDAY edition, onk ykar. 1.00 onftSM. I Business Office.143 PHONES:-j Kdltorlnl Rooms.Vi* Interstate Phones? Samo numbers for the same locations. NOVEMBER. S M T W T P S ..1 2 3 4 5 ?J 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 The man who lost the other night in the Tenderloin district of New lork city only $300 of his $21,000 find in the Klon? dike retiion can consider himself ex tTemely lucky, as it is not often , that the <lTenderloiners" let^n man off so eusily wh?n ho is once in their clutches. t'he University of Virginia football team in spite of tbeir Georgin experience still has a hankering after the fatal sport. In a recent contest with the Columbian University the latter was defeated in a score ot...

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

fr TAMMANY'S GENEROSITY. ADVERSE TO COMMANDER FOLK ES Divides $10, COO Between Culm and New . York Poor. 1 New York, Nov. 20.?The Tammany Hall executive committee yesterday ap? propriated $10,000 of the surplus loft to the organi/.ution after paying nil cam? paign expenses. _ Of this amount $20,000 was given to the Cuban junta, for the sick ant' suffer? ing insurgent Cubans, and tho other $20.000 will bo distributed among the poor of Now York city through the or? ganization. The scheme had" all been arranged in advance of tho meeting of the executive committee. Tho Cuban junta bad been notified to have represent atives there to receive tho money, and Richard Croker was present to make the motions for the appropriations. Mr. oroker, afterward, made a speech felicitating his lieutenants for their work for the ticket at tho recent election. Look at cur 25 cent books. Gravatt's Fuir, ,J) Salem avenue. Report of Investigating Committee Will Probably Condemn Hire. Richmond, Nov. 20.?Tho r...

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

BAPTISTS HAD A BUSY DAY. j - continued from pag* 1 port was adopted, afterjjwhlch Rev. Dr. Ticheoor deliveied an interesting address on the subject of Home Missions. Rev. J. Ej Hove, of Suffolk, formerly pastor of tho First Baptist Church, of this city, also delivered a short adddress on the subject under dlscii-siou, and was fol? lowed by Rev. F. C. McConnell, of Lynch Jkurg,'after which they adjourned until Sto-morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. WELCOME VISITORS. TRev. R G. Seymour, D. D., Bible and missionary secretary of the American Baptist Publication Society, Philadel? phia, Pa., is one of the distiuugished vis? itors of the Baptist convention. Dr. Sey? mour has addressed tbt< convention seve? ral times and always engages the atten? tion of the audience. His earnest spirit, eenlal disposition .and timely words, so full olHpleasantry and wisdom, make him a welcome visitor among bis Southern brethren whenever the interests of the great society ho represent" call him i...

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

The Store That Gives BEST VALUES Is the Store OPLE BUY! Visiting and inspecting where they may, they purchase where the best return for money is obtained. Visitors here, recognizing val? ue, BUY! Values first and always. Show, sec? ond consideration. UDIES' CAPES. A great variety of extra values this '/eek include j * Alaska Sent Pl?sb Capes, Klondike * /'ollar, trimmed in Thibet fur, full length *'ud sweep, $-1 euch. One dozen only. Genuine Seal Plush Capes, full 8weep, l*jxtra length, (rimmed with Thibet fur, 'fined with changeant silk, $!). / Several styles of Ladies' Rich Seal VMush Capes, elaborately embroidered, ? Jur trimmed rhadame, lined $8. Electric Senl Plush Capes, lined with Figured Moireon. full sweep and length, trimme'1 with Thibet fur, $(5..If). '' Alaska Coney Fur Capes, Klondike collar, lined throughout, full length, ex? tra width, $0.50. Black Cloth Capes, heavily braided anil trimmed with Coney fur, slashed collar, bound seam, $4. UDIES' JICKETS. FOUR REPRESENTA...

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

The Bet er the Grade, The -iggertue Trade Olauss Shears and Razors hav?> a world wide reputation. FAIRFAX-BROS, ^ole Agents, JUefferson street, Roanoke, Va, Thanksgiving Turkey, Thauksgiviug-Day is drawing near, and nothing]ndds more to the pleasure of 6erviut; a due turkey than a nice CARVING SET, which can be had in great variety and at bottom prices bv calling ou s, BUTT k PRICE, THE HARDWARE MEN, 22 Campbell Avenue. It Tones up the Nerves, Improves the An- ?> B-tite, Enriches the Bloud, and gives Life, v!/ eallh and Strength. I It is the QUEEN OF TONICS I MAKES THE COMPLEXION CLEAR. ty> f?DCC I A lH>?le Of ?? Monthly " Regulating \?> rilLL ? Pills with each bottle For sale by \!> SP all dealers or sent direct upon receipt of price by \tf X New Spencer Med. Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn. ^ 1 LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m 5K cases requiring special treatment, address, JSj Rivlnp; symptoms. Ladles' Jlcdical De Jjj partmcrit....

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

k BIRTHRIGHT FOR POTTAGE. I * contluued fmm lingo 1 all of these only adds to your condemna? tion. For inasmuch as you are trying to ; he h teacher or a leader of others in the mysteries pertaiuiug to tie church of the living God, you ought to be tilled with and taught by the Holy Spirit alone. ; All the book knowledge oi all the college taught theologies put together cau never lead a soul into a vital union with our > "Living Head," or into the mysteries of I our joint heirship with the Christ of God. These thiugs may serve to lead us around on the outside. They may give us stray inklings of the iuterior, but only the Holy Spirit cau lead a soul iuto the Holy of Holies, for to Him alone is the duty assigned. Have vou received Him: Oh, then re? ceive Him to-day If you have not. Noth? ing can take His place; no experience, no man-mado appointment, however hon? orable, whether in tho church to which you belong or out, of it. Do noi be de? ceived by theso things. They uro al...

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

2.50. one NEW PEARL ALPINE H AT! With White or'Mack Band. D, M. TAYLOR, llaltvr and Furnisher. N 112 Jefferson street. CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. Chicago, Nov. 20.?The leading fu? tures ranged as follows: Wheat? . Open. Close. December.?.0"?!; Corn? December.20j 20 Oats? . December. 31 j 20? Pork December.7.2? 7.20 Lard? December. 4.12 4.10 Ribs? ? December. 4.17 4.1? OLD PEOPLE. 'Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels ami kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey or other intoxicant, but nets as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, addiug strength and giving tone to thu organs, thereby aiding nature in the performance of the fuucliotiH. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer anil aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at Massie's Pharmacy. Boll Babies and Toys, new and cheap Gravatt's Pair, 0 Salem avenue. Mrs....

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