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Iir ANTKX) TO BUY FOB CASH. A
VV wagon or buggy borse. Apply to
B. B. HALSPEAD, 70 Church street. It
tV <ur Teas, Coffees, Every purchaser
is entitled to guess the number birans
contained In n Mason Quart Jar. Thv
person guessing nearest will receive, a
told watch. KINO TKA AND LWHiB
CO.. H> Marl i Place._jaS-lm
ANTED.?ONE L.MtCiB S13CON D
hand Safe: state make, size und
price. Ad d ress BOX, thl s_o I lice. Jaij-3t
?\\T A N T E~D.-A LIGHT SET OF
T? books to keep at night by an ac?
countant who Is at leisure from C p. m.
Address D. C Virginian-Pilot._Ja6-3t*
TXT ANTED. ? FJVERYONB T4) cab!,
VV at HOPKINS'. 3S2 Main Btreet,
Norfolk, v?., for photvs of all kinds.
J3.w Cabinet Carbonctts a specialty. Sat
Btoctlon guaranteed. _JaS-3t*
ANTED TO CORRESPOND WITH
young man capable of editing
wceklv newspaper in small town; pointer
preferred: a good opportunity. Write
5NO. S. bv:k, Edcntoii, .\. > . _u
ABIE'S WITH IA Tl i 11A 1VY~AN1> A11
a tlstlo taste, as correspondents for a
Now York Magazine; also to take photo?
graphs for illustrating: Camera provlde<l
free. Send addressed cnVl lope for prices
paid. etc. COLONIAL MACAZIN 10, 102
Park Row, New York. It
y ADI~ES TO EM BHO! 1 lER: GOOD
,1 1 paying, easy work sent to yttur home.
Addressed envelope for s!iui|>le and mate?
rials. BMi'lltK EMl'leOlDEKY WORKS,
23 Duano street. New York City. u
"\ LADY ?F.~TH?R?UGH EXPERl'
xi. enco wishes a situation as House?
keeper or Linen-Boom Manager In a ho?
tel. Distance no object First clnss ref?
erence. Address. ?'.Mrs. M.," No. I Falk?
land St.. Norfolk, Va. eii-:f
F PIANO" PBA YEitS-wa xt El > at
tJ) at once.?From $25 to J.v.i n week
made easily: only those capable of read?
ing music, and taking orders for tie- same.
AH our latest and best hits to play, rs 25c.
for outilt. music bcIIs for We. a sheet.
Only those sending for outfit will bo an?
swered; no fritters need apply, ARTHUR
WOLFARTH, 262 Mulberry street. New?
ark, New Jersey. Jal-3w
ANT E D. ? PR1VATES . 1 ?UPILS
in shorthand and bookkeeping. Ad?
dress "A. A.." Vlrglnlnn-Pllot. deO-lm*
MAN TO SELL BAKING POWDER;
your locality: oil salary: Bond two
retorenoes and $2.00 for sample case; reli?
able firm. NATIONAL SUP-PLY CO.,
Wllkosbarre, Pa. It
?ft f \(\ DA 1 LIT'. ? GUARANTBR1)
fSftti\JKJ Greatest Combination Kitch?
en I'tcns'I, !> articles in one: sample tree.
O. It. FORSHEiE CO., < Inclnnatl, O. It*
BUSINESS at in.Mi-:. FOR PLAN
and list of money-making recipes,
eocrot formulas etc., write WllElATON
& CO., Now Bedford. Mas*. 11
ANTED?SA I?SSMIjN AND COL
lectors to work In the cltv and
AKinntrv. Apply to the SINGER MANU
FACTURING CO.. 2S3 and 291 Church St..
Norfolk Va., or 407 Court street. Ports?
mouth. JuS-2taw If
DISTRICT MANAGER WANTED. ?
Barge commission; exclusive terri?
tory; capital furnished on in.ad. Addn bs
FACTORY. Box m, Toledo. O. Jal-7t
ANTED. ? I NS?TA t.j.Sl ENT I JAN
vassers. Apply Monday between 7
end li a. in. 340 Bute stieet, corner
171 OR RENT.?THE THREE STORY
S} Brick Store, No. C00 Crawford street,
Portsmouth, former!)' occupied bj VV. w.
New <fc Co'. Possession itlven nl
Apply to Dr. JOSEPH UitlCE, 5ls Middle
Btreet, up-stalrs. Jttl-tf
In OR RENT?STORES. Eo?] 2?7, 20fi
Church street, at present occupied
by S. Bachrach & Bro., D. E. Bevy and
Mrs. J. S. n. Anderson; possession Janu?
ary 1st 1S9!'. Apply to J. B. BAXTER,
No. 211'Church street. oclS-tf
171 OR RENT.?FOR THIS YEAR ls*J:>
? or tor a term of years, the store and
dwelling No. ICG church street, now occu?
pied by the Star Shoe Store. Permission
given October I, lsss. If desired. Apply to
C. O. WALLER or JOS. T. ABBYN. i uom
X Academy of Music building. soS?-tf
1/1 OU RENT?THE " THKKK-STORY
JD brick building, corner Water and
Fayctte streets, now- occupied by c. IV
Grandy & Sons.' Poi session given as soon
as their new building. In Atlantic city, li
completed or not i.iur than October Ist,
]S!)S Apply at oflico of UYRD. BALD?
WIN & CO. Jy'J-tf
FOR SALE ? ONE DELIVERY
Wagon, tun- Truck Wagon, In good
condition. Apply till B. lirainbletou a\
?,-? OB SALE. ? FIRE-PROOF SAFE
a? very cheap; must i>e sold; terms
easy. Address. SAFE, eure this pfftco. II
1,1 CHI SALE ?THE HANDSOME!
JP Family Horse In the City; prompt
driver ami not afraid of anything; al?o
WOll broken Caen Dot. Call at N'o.
Wood street. J.i(l-:;t?
1J\ OR SALE. ? BAKER DREDl HNG
" and Pile Driving Plant. consisting
of 2 dredg. s, 2 pile drivers, t mud scows,
several small scows, f. mud cars, ma?
chinist, blacksmith and boiler maker's
tools, pumps, propeller wheels. ?S-e., also
tug boat Mercy B. Can 1>.- Been at yard
foot of ferry bridge, Berkley, Va
flc24-2w_ MBS N. II. LAKER.
171: OR SALE.? GROCERY AND MEAT
- business; splendid location. MEATS
care V!rg:nlnn-Pllot. 10-tf
C"1 KXTltAl. HOUSE. - FURNISHED
J rooms for rent, with or without
board, permanent or transient, at reason?
able prices, ji/7 Main street, next to Hotel
IIAVH 3 NICE FU.RN IS Fi 1: 11
rooms to rent, with or without
boarel, with private family and in good
locality._Address 2-17 Holt street. JaS
WANTED, ?'TWt i OB TTIRBE
gentlemen boarders at 131 Bine
ANTED.?iBY ;GENTLEM.\ N A NI >
wife two bright connecting rooms
with board, pleasant locality and wlthiii
ten minutes walk of postofflcc Addre
jB,' S. R.', Virglnlan-I'llot, jaC-fr,sti,tu3t
CT. ENTLEMA N A N 1) W I FE~ "OR Vw?
Xgcntlcntru. can obtain good board and
nicely furnUhed room In private family;
gcou location (east end). Addreds
BOARD, care Vlrginlan-l'iloU
BOARDERS WANTED. ? LARGE
front rooms, furnished m- unfur?
nished: in very central location: within
three minute.,' walk I om postofflcc. Ap
piy at 51 Granby stre t. Ja7-3t?
?Stkp. - BY GENTLEMAN AND
wife furnished roam und board In
respectable family; good location. Ad
drcs.-j "J.," can- Vlrfiinian-Pilot. Ja7-:k
OARDERS.' - TWO "GENTLEMEN
can obtain board and nicely furnish?
ed and heated rcom In prlvato family;
food location (West End). Address L H
I., care Vlrghilan-PUot. Jar,-:it?
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Walter J, Simmons & Co
HATTERS AND FURRIERS.
LOST. ? GOLD WATCH. THVRS
dav night, ubout 7:4r> p. m.. at Nor?
folk and Western crossing. liberal re
weird will be paid If linder will return
.same to 7'?7 Church stif ct._JaS-^f
__J^^jAL. JN OT?C E S.
WIVES WANTED. ? TO BRING
thrlr husbands to U>oni 17 Morltz
building, over 10-ccnt store, and have
their hands read by WA ICEFIELD, the
Palmist. Sciontlllc readings dally. Hours,
9 a m. to S p. m. We, Jlco. Liearn thy
fate; be forewarned. JaS-lW*
tists. Pharmacists, Lawyers soon
graduated without attendance. If skillful.
Graduation in other sciences. Box 196,
Chicago. _ no8-6m
C-TlaTi t'VOYANTS ?E.MOVAU EE
J MOYAL. MADAME IVY. Clairvoy?
ant and Medium, ha s r< moved to No. ('.2
Haide str. et over Music store. Can be
consulted dally on all affairs of life past.
pies tit and future; w man's advisor.
Consult!(ion dally 1? a. in. to 8 p. m.
JaS-lw* _ _
Y"OUNG OR OLD. EITHER BEX,
homo employment; wo send work;
you get paid; iit> to $n; weekly by work
r part lime, day or evening*; no can?
vassing; easy; permanent: must be trust?
worthy; in.lose stamp for particulars;
distance no object! n. EXCELSIOR
MFG. CO.. loo-i^:; East 4itli street. New
QO . t Win TO LEND on TiTe
O^J?',\ }\)\ P Building and f. o a n
Association plan. W. H. SAROEANT, Jr.
Room 31, Lowcnberg Bldg. Jal-lm
C1 iiVKItNM KNT POSITIONS ? DON'T
JT prepare for any civil servico exami?
nation without seeing our Illustrated cat?
alogue of Information: sent free. CO?
LUMBIAN CORRESPONDENCE COL
LlflGB, Washington. VX C. it*
RABELLA COFFEB. ? ASK YOUR
grocer for Arabella Ground Coffee.
it retails for 10c. per one-pound package.
Hood qunllty; nood value; very convr
nlent. Put up by THE IIAYNOR MFC.
co., 2CS and 270 Water street. Norfolk. V'a.
TV IT IS A HOME IN PARK PLACE.
Virginia Place or Ghent that you
want, see us nt once. THE! NORFOLK
BUILDING AND REALTY CO.. No. 70
Holt street. scliU-tr
OPIUM. MORPHINE. WHISKEY. IF
Interested In the eure of these habits
write for my book on these diseases,
mailed free. B. M. WOOI.LEY. M. I).,
Atlanta, Ga. Jy-l-ltaw-s-Cm
\lf ONEY READY. ? NO WAITING
111 QUICK LOANS ON HOUSHOLO
FURNITURE, WHILE IN USE. Mort
gagos and other securities; liie-ral ad?
vances on salaries, rents, annuities, es?
tates and permanent Incomes, interviews
Strictly private, and all transactions rig?
idly confidential. NORFOLK MORT?
GAGE AND LOAN CO., W. H. llof
hciiner, new No. :i"iS Main street, Moritz
Office Building, suite 6 and 0.
PROF. JAMES A. HARVEY'S IM
menso success in all urinary troubll 8
of a chronic nature. Special treatment
for constipation, Indigestion and all blood
troubles. -l*!,"i rhuroh street.
THE NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK.?
Capital, $100,000: surplus and prollts
1216,000, Average deposits. $2,000,000.
President, ,T, G. Womble: vice-president,
C. W. ('.randy; cashier, Caldwell Hardy.
ItyiTM. (loniiern on.I t: e |, n I re r?.
F. W. McCOURT, L'73 Church, 16 Dank sts.
SEABOARD FIRE INSURANCE COM?
211 Main street.
Patronize a home company._
MOTTE, de WITT & CO., Cl Granby e-t.
Stocks and bonds.
Soul hern Investments,
? Household Goods of nil kind 2
v stored at moderate rates
jg i rail or address 5
? THE MclNTr RE STORAGE CO., ?
2 ;ts;t MAIN 8TKBET,
0 JaS-sii.tii.fr-Om Jj,
,T AIMER! Chtchestcr's English Fcnnyroy.-il Pills
c. <n:?n,.,-..| Rrn.J). nro tlio Ol nt. s.l?, HtlUblt.
** *> s.i;.i *\. ....?.?.., i , ,..rt|.u?.. "IUM
. , L> <???. i. ictws by Roturn Mad. *i Unwrliu.
ClltcUesivr Chciaicul Co.. l'lilluUa., Pa.
/ X)KN/;, ntVtKliE CnHCELLISG SUMPS.
"""'*si r? Square, ovnl and round
*f Mil \(0 l-ordcr complete with
\c> I die and dales. - .75
\\0 U illioul border, - .50
jj' I Good plain stamp with
C?r. Nbbon fi Cliurrb Ht*.
253 CHURGH STREET,
Oppo. St. Paul's Church.
NEW PRONE ?79. jy-9-su-w-fr
NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
H. E.OWEN GRAIN CO.'S
office to Citizens' bank Building, Room
COBB, BROS. & CO.,
ir.fl MAIN ST.. opposite Atlantic Hotel.
Execute orders In cotton, grain, eliher
on margin or buy and sell outrl^nt.
Private ?!re to New York, Chicago and
New Orleans. Correspondcnco solicited.
W. P. FORD & CO.,
Phone 713 Queen Street, near Church
? Wholesale and Retail Healers In?
Hay, Grain, Straw, Meal and Mill Feed.
Wo handle the celebrated "Norfolk
Milling Co.'s Feed." the llncsl and best
milk producer over offered on the market.
All that have nut used it, give It a trial,
su, we, I i t
To nil our friends and customers.
As this Is the season for forming
now resolutions, why r.ot resolve
to patronize the best laundry in
Norfolk. If you do we will be sure
to be favored with your trade.
Call for one of our handsome Cal?
endars, freo to all. I'se either
phono th>7 to-day and your bundle
Will bo called for.
297 Church Street.
DIVISE SERVICES TO-DAY,
The Methodist. JUutheran, Church of
Christ (Disciples),' Christian Church
and Christ Scientists publish their
hours of Sunday services in Saturday's
St. Mary's corner of Chapel and Holt
streets, ltcv. John Doherty, pastor?
Services at 7, 9:30 and 11 a. m. Ves?
pers and benediction at 4 p. m.
Sacred Heart Church, Rev. T. J. Wil?
son, pastor?Early muss at 7:30 a. m.;
high mass at 11 n. in. Vespers and
benediction at 5 p. ro.
St. Luke's, corner of Granby and
Bute streets. Rev. A. S. Lloyd, rector?
Services at 11 a. tn. and 7:30 p. m.
Christ, ? einer Freemason and Cum?
berland streets, Rev. Carl E. Grammer,
rector?Services tit 11 a. m. and 4 p. tn.
St. Paul's. Church and Cove streets,
Rev. Dr. Ii. D. Tucker, rector?Ser?
vices at II a. m. and evening prayer
at l o'clock,
St. Peter's, Brown avenue. Bramble
ton. Rev. <-'. E. Woodson. rector?Ser?
vice:; at 11 a. rn. and 7:30 p. in.
Emanucl Chapel, corner Calvcrt and
Wide streets. Rev. John H. Dickinson,
rector?Divine services at 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
St. Andrew's Chapel, corner of Ann
and Mayesville evenues, Hev. John II.
Dickinson, rector?Divine services every
Thursday night nt 8 o'clock. Sunday
school at 4 :>. m.
E APT I ST.
Freemason, corner Hank and Freema?
son streets Preaching by Rev. R. II.
Pitt. I>. H.. editor of the Religious Her?
ald. Richmond, Va., at 11 n. m. nnd
7::;il p. m. Lev. Iir. Wharton. who has
been confined to his hotel with "In
Krippe," is better nnd expects to be
in-sent. Miss Neely will sing at both
Park Avenue, corner of Highland?
Preaching by Rev. Henry Vnrley. of
England, the eminent evangelist, nt 11
n. m- and 7:30 r>. in., who will con?
tinue nightly it series of services.
Grace, corner of Princess Anne ave
nuc and Church streets - Preaching by
the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Sunday school at 9:30 p. in.
Spurgeon Memorial. Windsor avenue.
Brambleton?Preaching by the pastor.
Rev. L. R. Christie, at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Lambert's Point?-Freaehlng by the
pastor. Rev. George W. Cox, at 11 a.
m. nnd 7:"0 p. in. _
Central Avenue. Atlantic City
Preaching by Hu- p-stor. Rev. E. E.
Dudley, at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Even?
ing subject, "Not a Cent ?Hard Times."
third nf the series on the Prodigal Son.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Rev. W. F. Smith, who has accepted
the call to tli... Freemason Street Church
of Christ i Disciples) will enter upon
his duties to-day, preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. hi.
A Mld-Wlntcr PnrNillae,
Messrs. Raymond & Whltcomb have
planned a special trip of this kind
which will meet the wishes of a large
Class of business men and their fami?
lies who desire to see all the Important
places and yet have no time to throw
away. An outward trip via New Or?
leans and a return through the graini?
est scenic regions of Colorado, with an
incidental Journey along the Pacific
coast from San Diego to Monterey and
San Francisco, servo to cover the most
; ddsirablo points, and while no time will
! be wasted, there will be ample oppor?
tunity to sec every place and to travel
in the most comfortable manner
throughout the tour. There will be so.
journs in many places of Interest, nnd
ample time will be had at El Paso to
cross the Rio Grande and visit the
City ??'.' Juarez In Old Mexico. The
journey will 'be made in a train of the
bliest sleeping ears, with a dining car,
and under the guidance of experienced
conductors. A special circular will bo
sent on application to Raymond <fc
Whltcomb, lOO.'i Chestnut street, Phil?
adelphia. The cost of the trip Is $310.
: The party leaves Philadelphia via
! Washington, Thursday. February
,\ Dnlttwnrc Bride.
? A special In yesterday's Baltimore
: Sun. dated Scaford, Del., January 6th,
"Miss Mary Lee Phillips was mar?
ried last evening to Mr- Wright C. Wil?
son, chief clerk nt the Norfolk Navy
yard. The ceremony was performed nt
the home of tile, bride's nnrenta. Mr.
and Mrs. IT. L. Phillips, on High street,
by Rev. R. K. Stcphcnson. The maid
I of honor was Miss Add ' Fishach, of
Baltimore. She wore pink organdie
over pink silk and carried pink carna?
"The ushers were Messrs. Robert
Penmington, of Wilmington, and Mr. D.
Elmer Fishach, of Baltimore. The bist
man was Mr. G. T- Southgnle, paymas?
ter of the gunboat Nashville.
"The bride wore n gown of white
organdie over white taffeta nnd car?
ried a cluster of Prides roses. She was
given nwav by Mr. John Fishach, an
intimate friend of the family, from Bal?
"After a wedding tour to Northern
cities the couple will reside at Nor?
T<tif> I'm I led Charities,
Memberships nnd donations to the
1'lilted Charities for the week ending
January 7. 1S0S: Mrs. Charles Allmand.
$25: Miss Ella Wood, $5; Mis. Anne
Eliza Ryan, $.">; Captain Albert Ryan,
in memory, $">: William w. Old, $10;
Richard Wnlke. $r,: a friend, J.'.; Wil?
liam Spratley. Sr.; S. J. Thomas ,?i Co.,
sr.; J. s.blcu Bngnnll. $"?: Col. L D.
Starke, $?"?; Mrs. Nannie Weston, $25;
Trigg Wllmer, $io, w. s. Copes, one
Pee Dr. Week about your eyes. Ex?
amination free. 310 Main street.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
Collars and Cuffs we Iron the edge
as well as the Hat surface. Have
you noticed it'.'
Perhaps you don't have your work
Ironed here and have sometimes no?
ticed the rough edge cutting yoir
Heck Avoid this unpleasant feeling
by plionelng 109, or writing us a |>os
t?l to call for your linen.
You'll be satisfied, as many now
' THE GOOD ONE" IS OURS.
1N?01K STEAM UHHT CO.,
36J MAIN STREET. 'PHONES 309.
Special No. 1.
Special No. 2.
Special No. 3.
Seven-thirty seven Men's
Suits is the talk this week.
Take the tirst big Suit Special
in the nick of time,when pat?
terns and sizes are yet in
proper shape. These very
suits sold for five, six ancl
some even seven dollars more
than is now charged for them,
but go they must, and the
tirst callers get the pick and
choice. Bear in mind that
some of these special Seven
Thirty-seven Suits actually
represent more intrinsic
worth in the material alone,
to say nothing about theii
being tailored in the Burk
Tailor Shops by the firm's
own first-class "tailors, and
are guaranteed to be made
up in tar better manner than
any ready-to-wear Clothing
on the market for the Seven
Thirty-seven, and will tit
perfectly in every respect.
Seven Thirty-seven will ac?
tually do nearly double duty
in the purchasing power of
Men's Suits this week, and
the man that is seeking big
bargain value will surely
want to make an investiga?
tion of the character of the
material, specimens ol tail?
oring and shapeliness of
garments that are included
in this gigantic sale of Men's
Suits at Seven Thirty-seven.
The lots are numerous ?
patterns varied?all sizes in
total, but not all sizes of all
patterns. Every desirable
shape is represented, and the
substance of the matter sim?
ply boils itself down to the
fact that ihe best patterns go
first, and it's just a question
as to who'll get the first
whack, for as sure as you're
living these Seven Thirty
Seven specials are going to
move quickly, as such good
Suits, made up in such good
aimer, em hod v mg so mucn
Mere are A\en's Overcoats
that just a short lime back
would have called for an ex?
tra outlay of not less than
aV and in some instances
even much more?here are
form fitting dress Overcoats
in short?medium?and full
lenthgs?made with both
tight and loose fitting backs
?plain and velvet collars?
French laced and otherwise
built with every up-to-date
improvement and forced
down way below the down
to-date scale of prices?here
are Overcoats made in every
weight of cloth, in various
colors and shades, embody?
ing all sizes from 34 to 42,
both inclusive ? storm
lengths to ">4 inches?regu?
lar storm defiers, made with
deep wide collars, vertical
pockets and extra weight
11 ni n g t h rou ghou t?reg u 1 ar
length to 42 inches just he
low the knee bend ? and
box lengths ranging from 34
to 3o inches in accord with
Here are just such Over?
coats that the very best
dressers wouldn't hesitate to
wear?Solid, sensible fabrics
?fashionable choice vveav
ings ? correctly tailored?
trimmed in perfect harmony
?there is no question of
doubt that the Seven Thirty
Seven special bargain price
named on such extraordi?
nary Overcoat property is a
rare bargain chance tint
doesn't come every man's
way often. 1 )on't lose sight
of the fact that (here will be
im duplicates of diese Over?
coats at Seven Thirty-Seven
after the lot is closed?thus
il is imperative and impor?
tant it interested?in order
te secure the proper selec?
tion that will best meer
your size and individual
genuine merit, worth, wear
and sightliness will never go
begging for buyers at such
a big bargain price as Seven
Let it be thoroughly un?
derstood that this great Sev?
en Thirty-seven Special Sale
is made up from entirely le?
?free from any catch-penny
motive?the goods are ;h
sqrled and classified into
stacks?independently ? on
separate counters?the sale
is conducted open and above
board?no one will be im?
portuned to buy. If goods
meet with satisfactory ap?
proval, Seven Thirty-Seven
cash does the work?if oth?
erwise, tiicre's surely no
harm done?it pays to look.
I.teas to take up this matter
at once, as it is fully worth
while to come a long dis?
tance to get such good
Overcoats?such well made
and trimmed Overcoats and
such perfect lining and sty?
lish Overcoats at such an
extremely lew price as now
qu?led?Seyen Thi rfy-Se v
en?There is positively not
an OverCOai scheduled in
this Seven Thirty-Seven av?
erage thai cannot be con?
for good service and the
linn's guarantee for perfect
satisfaction backs up each
and every garment and war?
rants I lie goo !?> pei feet in
every respect, just as much
so as if the full price were
paid lor the goods at the
outset of tile season.
There is Clothing made to
WEAR and there is Cloth?
ing made to SELL?deduct
from this what you may.
There is Clothing that is
GOOD, but not CHEAP?
there is Clothing that is
cheap but not GOOD?here
is Clothing that is both
GOOD and CHEAP; Cloth?
ing made to WEAR, and
wear WELL ? hence such
Clothing MUST sell and
SELL well. Mere they are
and here they go?broken
sets of sizes, remnants, odds,
ends and regulars ? all
from higher grades of ready
to-wear Suitsfrom this mam?
moth stock. Here goes
Tweeds, Worsteds, Diago?
nals and other dependable
Suitings,made up in the Burk
Tailor Shops, under their
own personal management
and supervision, directly for
their own exclusive sale?
accurately cut to tit?with
shears in hand?by expert
custom cutters?from thor?
oughly shrunken cloths
linings and inlerlinings?
tailored right on the pi em
is 2s by their own tirst-class
in FASHION, lit and gen?
eral make-up.and rival meas?
ure-made garments from any
and every point of view, ex?
cept in price. Here are Suits
that no man can afford to
pass by that has half an eye
io money saving, and the
sooner he calls the better
he'll fare, as (here w:li posi?
tively be heavy business
tiansac ted f tt-t+rese g i ad es,
when such Suits as these,
representing so much gen?
uine tailoring are pi.iced on
clothing counters and thrown
? ipen to the public for pick
and choice at a rate of thir?
ty-one cents less than a ten
dollar bill. Come along,
gentlemen, the bars have
been let down. Stock
Relief Cut Rate Unloading
Saie lime is now?the goods
must be converted into cash
and that AT ONCE. Your
pick and choice of a wide
range of Suits, not a single
one overdrawn or misrepre?
sented ? selected and set
aside on separate tables?
assorted, stacked and sized
to make .-elections easy?
Come along. NINE SIXTY
Special No. 4.
Style, tone and finish are
important factors in the se?
lection of an overcoat?here
are fashionable men's over?
coats made up in the very
top notch of tailoring art?
from Coverts ? Beavers?
A\eltons ? Cheviots?Wor?
steds?in every desirable
color ? shade ? heft and
length ? full box backs?
form conforming backs?
Italian?Serge ? Satin and
other proper, durable and
sightly linings and sleeve
linings ? full lined ? half
lined and unlined?French
facings?inverted pipe seams
?light, medium and heavy
weights?here are nobby
Overcoats with smart ex?
pressions for young men
whose tastes follow the
fashion ? here are staple
Overcoats for middle-aged
and older men of subdued
tastes and conservative views
of dress?here are Overcoats
that cover the range ol" ideas
of the multitudes?QUAL?
ITY, FINISH and VALUE?
just such garments that
will surprise and please and
meet with general approba?
tion the'requirements of the
most exacting ? THEY'RE
GOING TO" BE SOLD?
QUICK?there will be no
time to DILLY-DALLY?
DELAY or POSTPONE?
this great unloading sale
must serve a double mis?
sion?first and most impor?
tant to realize I HE CASH
on the SURPLUS stock
next to facilitate a series of
10 R IA1PROVI-;
MENTS and CHANGES
for the coming season, now
under progress lor some
days?The sale is GENU?
INE, HONEST IN PUR?
POSE, JUST in form, and
method?The LOTS in the
most instances are small, the
assortment in its entirely
embodies every size from 34
to 42, both inclusive, but ir?
regular scales at best?
?hence the extraordinary
reduction in price?Nine
Dollars and Sixty-Nine
Cents Cash?takes the pick
and choice of any Overcoat
in the entire lot?there is
positively not an Overcoat
in the whole shooting match
but what will give the full?
est measure or satisfaction
?representing as they do
extraordinary bargain worth
in MATERIAL ?TAILOR?
ING? STYLE ? TONE
MAKE AND FINISH
PICK AND CHOICE?