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WEST POINT. VA.
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PEOPLE IN CAROLINE
Mr and Mrr W. ?. a thl?
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William <" Bell, the new
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I in Lexington from
NEW IDEA PATTERNS. 10c.
ONLY STORE OF KIND IN RICHMOND.
Julius Sycle's Sons,
Fashionable Fall Suits.
TTii? is our t'ir^t fu; I to ?pi I \lcn*s ( M< ?tliiriK- Ahc-ulv tin? rrnrli
This iel our first fail to sell Men's Clothing.
as if we had long catered t<> th< men.
as if we had long catered to the wants of mi
There are a -'ore of r ?: We don't put in a I-'KW
Suits and I . '; in MANY poor ones; EVERY Suit
amount of ?1 quality. Second, the prices in sticking to tin- bott*
down on the rook bed.
Men find what they seek here, then
person can open a charge account in any d<
- : ?ojisible
Men'. Sac? Suits. ??
,ry price *1V.VI
Men'? Sack 6 Man'a Pants
m xt ?19 ?A Cfi ilrt
K8 ehap?. : *I?.?W ?D.VU
Men'e S'-iltw, D
H7 I .
Men'? Fancy Vests.
intiful supply of corn
Get your feet in the most popular, most comfortable,
dressiest Shoe going. Get it cheap.
Boys' Shoes ' ... ?1 "A
Lady Lee Shoe.
Infants' Shces. 25c
' r trimming;. 1.? - -'. OC|?
Wonwn's New Fall Suits.
By far the most varied and altogether charming styles
Kad materials that it has ever been our lot to show you.
A varied line, with the Grays and Empire styles apparently
well in the lead. Cer omen of taste
and who love economy.
Tailoring seems better than ev ? in fact, is better?
because we demanded and goi it. I-'; our way.
The prices are as varied a* th< beginning
modestly and going boldly to the more expensive.
La?'M' Long B - t%M mn
Great Skirt Showing Ready | Fall Hosiery : Men and Women.
for children, in the latest
styles. Better buy now
By long odds the biggest and choicest in our history. Pana?
mas, Cheviots, Voiles, Broadcloths?in fact, every material. Some
as high as $25, but they range along to as low as $325.
Ladle?' Skirta- E valu? i-. ?F AA
Ready-to-Wear Hats for You.
If you pay more than $2 fcr one, no oth?r woman ran have
one like it?it is exclusive to you.
The cream of all the New York and Paris ideas are her? Pat?
tern Hats, too, fresh from the designers and ready to wear.
pr-?.= ara ?roi ? il 128.00, ?Af?
Richmond don't offer better values than these. No store this
side the country docs.
May we call it a lucky purchase,-or was it taking advantage of
the opportunity? Anyway, we have hundreds of pairs at little
Men'? Sock* - ,-? m
The Children's Drawers
Full of the good tailoring that characterizes the ladies*
wear. In fact, just the same care has been exercised in mak?
ing them perfect models of graceful styles.
Ruaslan ?lo ises. alto Peter Pan ?ff?
?tries to i: ? . $10.00 yo. O?JL
Boys* Suits : Pants.
Roy?' School Suits. *iste<>n
Boy?1 Norfclk Suits.
Boys' ?? &S) ?TA
Boys' 5Cc Pants
Clothing. Collars, Gloves, Hand?
kerchiefs, Hosiery, Jewelry, Neck?
wear, Shoes, Shirts, Suspenders.
Underwear, Umbrellas, Vests, etc.
Collars, Combs, Corsets, Gloves,
Hosiery, Hose Supporters, Hats
(ready to wear), Jr Neck?
wear, Parasols, Shirtwaists, Shoes.
Skirts. Suits, Shields Underwear
(muslin and knit).
Everything he wears.
You know what the name
means?what it for.
Every woman kno
? Heatherbloom., too.
Not the many ns offer?
ed. Made full an .
The New Corset.
Al! the ? ir makes
are heie?a >r every
Models are ir. th in
?-. Fin .
clogs up tho
T;iko the Bit?
ters at onco.
CaRTKRS\ rLLR Va , s- pt,
rnrist aceptable to
: Norfolk, I
T.HTir.-ns. of Vii. I
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Mr W I!
Mr I -?
Mr J i
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. h<,-ui> here
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K. B. T.ivl.-r ???mij.iijiy. In I.
IRVINGTON, VA., ?opteiiiber U.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
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