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- 1 twreii new market and Commercial
Plate Russia Leather Poeketbook, with
L B.' 15LI NCO10, Ashland. Vn., stamped
til gold letters on Inside cover. Liberal
reward If returned to room 422 Citizens
A D I E S TO STAKB BAM 1M,K
patches at home; Jij to $10 weekly; no
canvassing; reply onvutopo for sample
ond particulars. FOSTER MACHINE
CO.. Kfc West 29th street. New York._It
Y\r~ANTi:i'-Tu pcuci'iASK one ok
T> two lots ut Park Place for cash.
Address MltS. CARRIE L. WHITE.
28th street. Pirk Place, between Lowelyn
and Dobree avenues. Ic22-3t*
Wf ANTED.?TO PURCHASE! A SEC
V? ond hand hook case or letter llle.
Address P. O. Pox 170. Norfolk, Vu.
\\r ANTED. ? RELIABLE SALES
?? nu n io sell the best specialty ever
placed on the liuirkct. Staple article und
ready seller, afford ng a large profit.
There Is a steady and Increasing demand
for it In all sections. No samples re?
quired. Address "MANUFACTURER,"
Cleveland. Ohio. fel8-6t*
\\f ? NTi : 1?.? UN?TURNiSM ED K?<)M
Vt central location and good board.
Address C. E, 11., care Virginian-Pilot
L1C ASA NT F1' it N IS UED it Ol > M.
with or without hoard, at I'll Church
street, opposite St. Paul's Church.
m OK SALE. - i loI SKHOI.1 >~"an n
JJ kitchen furniture at half price; must
sell. Apply at 112 High street, Norfolk,
171 Oil SALE.??;.,0iW STOCK SHOES,
j Clothing, Dry Goods, &c? corner
store, best stand in Wilson. X. C.; busi?
ness done last year $30,0Q0.Possesslon at
once. Apply T. HAKKR, Wilson N. C
IjlOR SALE.?A HARE CHANCE, "\
. easy terms, a boarding house fur?
nished complete with ten good paying
boarders who will r< main If taken by the
proper putties: nicely located, m health
the cause of .selling. Address N., car.
Vlrglnlnn-Pllot. ? fe21-Iw
OR SALR ? tic: BANK SAL'OON
No. II Hank street. For particulars
und terms apply to LUV ALL & TAYLOR,
Hank street. fclS-tf
Q l | / k UpTtTt iTlT PI A N t~< 1 i
*7>1.'-L\J months ago $025; beautiful
case: ricli superb tone; party compelled
to leave- city: will nai rlllce plino for JHO
Address A. O. II., Ylrgiiilan-Pllol. fe!7-tf
FOR SALE. ? DINING SALOON
well established in splendid location
and dolio: a good business; cheap. K. K
FOR RENT. ROOMS.?TWO NICELY 1
furnished communicating rooms with
heat. $10.00; best location in Bramblcton;
SIC Clalbornc avtnue. fel8-lw
Foil RENT. ?THE THREE-STORY
brick hulldlng. corner Water and
Fayetle streets, formerly occupied by C.
W. Grandy & Sons. Possession given a'
once Apply at oflice of BVKI?, ItALD
W1N & CO._ |yS II
I(\ OR R KNT?STOKKft. Mi. : I. ;vi;
Church street, at present i ,.; i
by S. Bachrach & Pro., I). E. Levy and
Mrs. J. S. I!. Anderson; possession Janu?
ary 1st. 1S0!V Apply to J. U. BAXTER,
No. I'll Church mrcet OClS-tf
5 KlInVAl, ? HI!, BROWN HAS RE
JLv moved his ofiiee and residence to
Churtdi street, over Seneca's Drug Store
UNDERGRADUATE DOCTORS. DEN-I
tlsts. Lawyers, Pharmacists, soon
graduated home; correspondence; <?'?:: i
tion; graduation; professions; sciences
Box CW. Chicago.
(\(\(\ TO LEND ON THE
O ?????.) t Will./ Building and Loan
Association plan. W. II. 8ARGEANT Ii
Room Si, Ixiwejiberg Hlilg. f. |2-lm'
MONEY TO '-?an: in any
iiiunxji nmounts: no
easiest terms LEO JUDSON. A
of Music building. Ja27-im?
T ADI'ES NEEDING TREATMENT
JLi for Irrcgularltl Leucorrli
any other Ovarian Troubles consult in-'
JACKSON. 11ir W. Mulberry street Bab
tlmore, Md. Private sanitarium; trained
MONEY READY. - No WAITlvn
QUICK LOANS ON HOUSHOLli
FURNITURE. WHILE IN USE Mort?
gages and other securities; It hern I nd
yanecs on salaries, rents, annuities ???!
t?tes nnd permanent Incomes Interview
strictly private, and all irans-ietl-m < rie'
idly confidential. NORFOLK MOIlT
GAGE AND LOA N CO. W n Hof
helmer, new No. 35$ MnIn street Mor -'
Ofllce Building, suito 5 and C. ' *?or-1
PROP. JAMES A HARVEY'S TM
mouse success In all urinary troubles
of a chronic nature. Special treatment
for constlpntion, indigestion and an Mood
troubles.12". Chut eh street.
THE NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK
Capital. JIOO.ci^: surplus and profits
$;Sll,01?l Av?r. Igl ? deposits, $2,000 000
President. J. G. Womblo: vlee-presldcnl
C. W. Orandy; cashier, Caldwell Hardy!
It,nee. ? no.
SEAT'.OARD FIRE INSURANCE COM?
211 Main street.
Patronize a home company._
Mii.ll? io.i I'.oixtx.
MOTTTJ. de WITT & CO., 31 Cranny st.
Stocks und bond
Southern Invesi merits.
La I most Ctiichoster's English rr.in-.rnv.-il Pith
'MaoHin.1 Kr.n/I. nrO tllO B09t. I
Til? r.o oUt. SfD.l 4.., ,ta_>r-. !?? pwtkl ir?, "II
for L>n>.?." ik hitjuly Rot;jrp MilM.,, *? ,
Chlctiesier Chemical Co.. PlilUuU.,
THE VIRGINIA STATE FAIR AND
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATE ?N.
At the second annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Virginia Stale Fair
and Agricultural Association of Nor?
folk, held recently, it was doi Ided t"
hold the spring meeting from the 16th
to the 30th of May, inclusive, opening
twelve trotting and pacing races .md
F.lx running races. Purses of $300 en ll
will bo offered for the Irotteri and
pacers and $LT, each for the runners.
The association has fixed the 3d, 4th,
r,th and titli of October, P-'.'?. for Its fall
meeting. Twi Ivo stakes of icon < :i< h
will bu offered and there will also l>.
added running races, together with
many attractions, making it pno Of the
best programs of the kind even offer, d
at an agricultural fair in this State.
A dividend of S'.A per cent, was de?
clared fin the stock, the earnings for til
year 1SSS having been 19.245-44, leaving
a balance of $845.44 In the treasury.
Following nr.. the officers for this
year: w. T. Gllchrlst, president; R. s.
Cromwell, vice-president; W. E. Dllllon,
secretary; John Mariner, treasurer ond
general manager; R. S- Cromwell. Jas.
Barkley, M. McKevttt, John Mariner.
W. T. Gllchrlst, \V. 10. Dillion and Jus.
F. Mariner, directors.
All glasses prescribed by Dr. Week
guaranteed. Examinations free. 810
How the Day Was Observed in
Tins* and Ttuutlnc Displayed by
shipping lu (lio Harbor antl on
l>ubllo Buildings?ttalule riicd by
i in- Bines?Rnoktf Etc.
George Washington's birthday was
v ry generally observed in Uie city yes
i. rday. All of the shipping in the har?
bor was decorated with flags nnd bunt?
ing. Th;? postofllcc, custom house, banks
and other public buildings were closed,
and the school children wore given hol?
The stores nnd other private business
houses were open all day. Nevertheless
the festive spirit was manifested. The
: 1 ? appeari d to he in a good humor
and full of spirit, doubtless due to the
delightful spring weather.
THE BLUES' SALUTE.
The Norfolk Light Artillery Blues,
one o? the oldest military organizations
in the Stute, Captain M. ('. Keeling,
commander, fir< d a salute1 of 71 guns.
Yesterday was the sevcnty-lirst an?
niversary of the organization of the
company. Though ohl in years, this or?
ganization shows evidence of the youth?
ful vitality, anil ranks among the best
companies in the Smith. Last night they
enjoyed a smoker at their armory,
which was a delightful occasion.
Till; BLUES' SMOKER.
It has been the custom of the Nor
f. Ik Light. Rrtlllery Blues to give an
annual banquet, but this year a num?
ber tire out of the city, and the commit?
tee of arrangements thought it would
be well to dispense with an elaborate
affair, nnd instead have a. company en?
A line supper was served, and Mr.
William Richards nnd others joining.
There were no formal invitations ex?
tended. The committee of arrange?
ments was composed of the following
gentlemen: R. W. Woodley, chairman;
('. X. Dooly, Vcrnon Crump, B. F.
Bunting, ll. II. Dawson.
I>urlng the evening solos were sung
by Mr. William Richards, the new bar?
itone, who has lately crime to Norfolk,
ami whose glorious voice Is winning
him hosts of friends; Mr. Lloyd C.
Blick anil Mr. lt. W. Woodley, whose
voices are the o;ien sesame to all cir?
cles. Character sketches by Mr. Terry
Gordon, the human mocking-bird, and
accompaniment by Mr. A. G. El dredge,
pianist and artist, filled the bill. .Tollty,
mirth and song ruled, and the commit?
tee may feel proud -?r their success.
The Yule Drinking Song was formal
ly adopted ns the Mines' banquet song.
I Tips sounded at 12 o'clock, and all went
j homo to pleasant slumbers, save the
press, which never sleeps.
HOP AT OLD rOTNT.
An Informal hon was given at the
Chamberlln Hotel, Old Point, last night,
ami largely nBonded.
There were ladles nnd gentlemen
from Norfolk, Hamilton. Newport
News, Washington, Haltimore and
I .MTI \ I,ill KITTING.
IN INTEREST OF TWF.NTTETIT. ED?
The Initial meetings in the Interest of
the Methodist "Twentieth Century Ed?
ucational Fund" will be given In this
city this afternoon at Epworth M. E.
Bishop Galloway, who Is at the head
of this most important church move?
ment, will arrive in the city from Pe?
tersburg this morning and preside over
the deliberations. The meetings will be
held in the following order:
At I! p. m. there will be a conference
of all the presiding elders within the
bonds of the Virginia Conference.
At l p. m. a conference will be held
with all the preachers on the Norfolk,
Portsmouth ami Eastern Shore Dis?
tricts, ami ns many from other dis?
tricts as may be here.
At s o'clock to-night Bishop Gallo
way will hold a conference with all the
preachers nnd official members of the
churches, and will also deliver an ad?
dress. The public Is cordlaly Invited to
attend this meeting.
BISHOP i; VLLI >W \X1S TOUR
Bishop Galloway began Iii? tour of
Virginia at Richmond last Sunday. He
spent Monday in Manchester, Tuesday
j in Petersburg, and yesterday In Suffolk.
Following Is the program of the re?
mainder of his lour id' Virginia:
Newport News and Hampton?Fri?
day, February 21th.
Portsmouth?Sunday, February 26th.
Blackstone?Tuesday, February 2Sth.
Farmvllle?Wednesday, March 1st.
Lynchburg Thursday, March 2d,
and Sunday. 5th.
Chnrlottesvillc Friday. March 3d.
Danville - Moil lay, March 6th.
l>r. Klnrr lo Preach Here.
Lev. V.'. G. Starr. D. D.. pastor of
Broad Street M. E. church South. Rich?
mond, one of the most brilliant and elo?
quent pulpit orators in the Virginia
Conference, will preach at Epworth
church next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Among ?II Ihe ministers in the
Methodist Church there are none more
popular than this gifted divine. In Nor?
folk, where in- conducted a successful
pastorate for four years, his friends and
admirers can bo numbered by thou?
sands. The simple announcement will
doubtless attract nn overflowing con?
gregation to hear him.
Sunday nfternooh Dr. Starr will fle
' liver an nfldr< sa before I ho mass meet?
ing at Cumberland Street Church in
? the interest of the Twentieth Century
Th,. signal lights of 111,' United Slates
Weather Bureau on the roof of the
Citizens' Rank building tiro being
placed in position. The signals are
lighted by electricity. Observer Gray
says that he lias delightful quarters,
with ample facilities for giving the
public a llrst-rlass service. Bis rooms
nre oh tic las: floor up and command
a beautiful view of the city and har?
Will Open 4'hnpcl Mreol To-Murrniv.
Chapel street, which has been Closed
from Wood to Queen streets for some
time, owing to improvements, will be
opened to traffic to-morrow. When
completed this will be one of the pret?
tiest streets In the city. Mr- Bast cx
pecto that the Councils will agree t" an
appropriation of $5,050 which is required
to complete the paving to the city
TI.Ml'I.r:* OF EQUITY.
YESTERDAY'S RECORD IN THE
F. Power, through his counsel.
Messrs. Whltehurst and Hughes, has
entered suit In the Court of Daw nnd
Chancery against the Mutual Reserve
Life Association, of New York, for al?
leged defamation of character, and
$10,000 damages are asked. It Is al?
leged by plaintiff that the defendant
association wrote to certain Norfolk
people and stated that he had misap?
propriated trust funds of the associa?
POLICE COURT CASES.
In the Police Court Justice Tomlin
presided and disposed of the following
John Hamilton, colored, sick vagrant;
live days In the Jail hospital.
?Mrs. Annie Cross, abusive language;
fined $2. Appealed to the Corporation
P. Donnelly. Stealing the hat of Jas.
M. Norton from the Union Mission,
lower Church street, Monday night;
lined $f>. Donnelly said that he was in?
toxicated when he took the hat and did
not mean to steal it. He could not
raise his line and went to Jail.
Two drunks wa re lined $1 and costs
each and two others were discharged.
One assault case was dismissed.
I>? IVol I'm on
until to-morrow the duty that ought to
b>- done to-day. If your blood Is Impure
and you feel weak and weary, take
Hood's Sarsaparllla at once.
Hood's Pills cure nil liver ills. Mallei
for 2.1 cents by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell,
Contract Tor Rrlilc AwnrileU.
The contract for the new bridge over
Tanner's Creek has been awarded by
the Tanner's Creek Drawbridge Com?
pany, as follows:
Approaches and wooden structure, to
Mr. C. F. McNIchols, of Norfolk.
The Virginia Bridge and Iron Com?
pany, of Roanoke, Vn?, the steel draw.
The entire structure will be more
than 000 feet In length nnd 20 feet In
width. The draw will be SS feet long.
The cost of having the work done will
aggregate between $0.000 nnd $7.ono.
Work on the drew has been commenced,
and the wood work will shortly begin.
John Not M arce.
Mr. G. R. Hudglns received a permit
yesterday to build a two-story frame
dwelling on Spring street, between
North and Central. The contractors
state that ns soon as the weather Is
improved that the carpenters will be
busy. There are several good Job?
which have been seriously delayed by
Just received, a tine assortment of
Heywoods; prices from SS to $40. cash
oi- credit. Williamson & Sykes, 5G3 and
565 Church street, near Queen.
Read J. W. rhllllps* "ad." of Steam?
boat lines. Ja2S-lm*
A LARGE NUMBER OP PEOPLE AT
Tho Princess Anno Hotel Is now open
for the winter season. Mr. Sylvanua
Stokes, proprietor of the Montlcello, has
leased this famous resort for the year
and has appointed as Its resident man?
ager Col. A. W. Archer, late of Rich?
The hotel was formally opened yes?
terday afternoon, although many per?
sona registered in the early part of the
day. Last evening an eh gant and de?
lightful appointed dinner was served
to the guests. Tho menu was tasteful?
ly gotten up and was very elaborate.
Many Improvements have been made
around the place and it Is the purpose
of the owners to have everything as
perfect as possible. Tile long veranda
? in the north side is now enclosed by
large glass windows, while shaded
lights and luxuriant palms add t? the
beauty of this particular spot so dear
to tho many Norfolk people who are
accustomed to make the bettelt their
One cannot r< press the feeling of sen?
timent which comes over him as lie
gazes out on the broad board walk, the
hard, level beach, and the flume, nil
bathed In the mellow light of the moon,
which looks down in pleasant .anticipa?
tion of the time so soon to come when
the beach will have regained all its
old life and gaiety and when the mer?
ry throngs of people will once more
gather at the Princess Anne.
No doubt many Norfolk people will
be glad to know that the genial Prof.
Kesnlch, who was the conducter "f the
orchestra last season, is again at the
Ool<l Hrrtnl V intent.
A Demorcst gold medal contest will
he held Friday evi nlug tit Cumberland
Street M. E. Church, South, under the
auspices of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union. There will be five
contestants and after the Judges have
made their award Rev. C. Q. Wright,
chaplain United States Navy, will pres?
ent the medal to the young lady of
An attractive program. Including se?
lections Of choice vocal and instrumen?
tal music, lias been arranged for the
Be sure you nro right, then go to New
York Dental Rooms to hnvo teeth ex?
tracted. No pain. Newest Discovery.
N. Y. Dental Rooms ONLY. 321 Main
Btrect. corner Talbot. Ennes.
At Ilnir Mn-l.
The flags of tho Baltimore Steam
Packet Company were at half mast
yesterday aci a mark of respect to the
memory of Mr. D. AI. W. Waller, agent
for the company at Old Point, who
died yesterday morning.
Frior to stock taking we propose to
inaugurate a special diamond sale, so
during the next ten days you will be
able to secure some rare bargains
THE GALE JEWELRY CO.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
For Woman's Eye
There is no need nor excuse for women | ami nerve remedy. The effect was magical,
to be weak, nervous, tired nnd discour?
aged, with shattered and unstrung nerves,
female troubles and an ever present weak?
ness and debility which weigh upon her
for in less than ten days 1 was sitting up,
nnd in about a month could be dressed
and walk around my room, something I
had not done for over six months. 1 con
spirits, drag upon her life, her energies, j tinned taking the medicine end to-day I
her happiness, and rentier licr unfit for jam its well and us strong as any woman
the duties of wife, tnotherand homemakt r. j In the United States. Had it not been lor
She can be perfectly and completely cured Dr. Greene's Ncrvura blood and nervo
it she will use Dr. Greene's Ncrvura bl< <id j remedy ) should not be here to w rite this
and nerve remedy, the best strengthencr I testimonial of my wonderful cure, andean
and invtgorator, "the greatest upbuilder of only say that the discoverers ot this great
health that the world has ever kfiowrt. I medicine have my heartfelt gratitude lor
Dr. Greene's Ncrvura is the sure
restorer of health and strength to
women. Under the use of this won?
derful remedy the dull eves grow
brilliant, the pale, sallow, or dark
complexion Clears, the checks be?
come rosy with health, while the
languid step is again light and clas?
tic, the nerves strong and steady,
the muscles vigorous, energy and
enjoyment return,and perfect health
and happiness take the place of
weakness and despair.
Everybody should take n spring
medicine and Dr. Greene's Ncrvura
blood and nerve remedy is the best
spring medicine 1<> take. i
Mrs. Louise J. Sargent.Wilmlng
ton, Mass., says :
" About five years ago I began to
have spells of sleeplessness and also
during the day was taken with faint-^
ing spells. Slv nerves seemed to ? E^^^HSS^Z-^SCr"*'~~
be shattered and I would lie awake airi'V^^-jteg.J^'a^Wa^'.-v^ic.v
night. I was reduced to a mere skeleton, *^::;.Mv*UT7V"!5.i>. <" vV ^
and at last was obliged to take to my bed. taking me from death's door and giving
Alter 1 had been in bed for about four i me back health and strength, when my
I weeks and given up all hopes of ever being I physician and friends thought 1 was
able to get up again, my doctor told the, about to die."
As an additional guarantee of the bene?
ficial effects of Dr. Greene's Ncrvura
blood and nerve remedy, you have the
privilege of consulting Dr. Greene, 3^
West 14th St., New York C ity, the most
successful physician in curing diseases,
family that lie had done everything in his
power, that he could not do any more, and
that it was a question of a short time. I
wns so feeble that I bad to be fed like a
baby, and looked forward to the time
when my suffering would be over. 1
began taking Dr. Greene's Ncrvura blood | Jrce of charge, personally or by letter
AGENT FOR YOUNG'S HATS.
Walter J. Simmons & Co
341 MAIN STREET.
IRWIN S EXPRESS CO.
218 Water St., Phone 6,Either Phoiu
We haul anything to and from any.
where In the three titles.
Koecial facilities for hauling Safes,
Boilers Furniture and Pianos.
Lota nilcd und fillliu: wanted.
When in ro-ed of BUILDING MATE.
R1\L Window and D >or Krainvs, all
kinds'Tv n Work. Bracket Work; Stain
Wort In anv drsitm. nlso Mantels, cheap
and hieb Krade; ail kinds Moulding.
Church Work, liar Fixtures Clot orlces
W. E. W1NB0RNE,
BERKLEY, VA.~" .1
?AGENT FOR? ;
WINBORNE & REA,
EDENTON. N. C.
A full stock of the above mentions
material. Storehouse near Ferry llrldga
Berkloy. Phono No. 1.209. aull-ly
OO YOU KNOW
RENOVATING HAIR MATTRESSES.
We have all kit. ; . in stock, and mads
of best materials.
W1LLARP E. BROWN,
1S3 Main street.
Bargains Belter now in Men's Suils
and Overcoats than any time
during this Sale. Many of the
Lower Priced Lines having
been closed out, Greater
Reductions are made
in Finer Grades to
take their place.
?T t? Ol Tno ?=>tl,ok Relief Cut TTlco
XX 0:1 u special lot of Men's
*4Jv..UU Double and Single Breasted
Suit*?squire and round cut?Stylishly
made and trimmed? of sightly cluck and
plaid cheviot and worsted effects, Inclu?
ding dressy blacks and blues?a s pi end d
assortment? each and overy one taken
from much costlier lines?to make quick
work of stock clearing?your choice Five
/f-1 The Stock Relief Put Trice
n / ?1 / on regular $9.00, (10.00 and
?41 I ? W I $12.50 Men's Suits of our own
manufacture?made and trimmed in the
hi si manner?as nobby In appearance?as
stylish hi shape?as handsome In pattern
aiid as perfect in lit as suits you're been
In the habit of paying double their cost
for. An unlimited number of styles to
choc?,, from?every modern cut repre?
sented. Cenuine bargain wonders In merit
?worth and wear for the small cost of
s. ven Thirty-Seven.
The Stock Tte?ef Cut Trice
of choice Worsted. Cheviot
and Casslmero Men's Suits,
that nr.- as good for solid worth
as one dollar Is worth another. The
purchasing power of cash was never
greater than now?bigger bargain in
worthy apparel n.-vi r obtainable ? but
neither consideration <.f loss or sacrifice
w 11 prevent converting everything possi?
ble to be gold into r< ady money before the
close of the season?If Interested in good,
Elgin v and satisfactory wearing Suits
at Hight Eighty-Eight, the time is now.
?t? rt n Tin- si ,,-k Relief rut Prl to
isM KH of M n'a !'.:? Suits of Pure
*jsC.U>J \\ rsted, Cheviots. Tweed
and llomcspun materials, made up into
the latest ami nobbiest cut of single and
d lublc breasted sacks?faultless in work?
manship ai; i trimmings?with all the
striking effects of made to measure gar?
ments, and in fact equal them in n.iy
way excepting the price. A beautiful and
vast array of the most stylish patterns
and designs to select from. A perfect and
accurate tit is guaranteed?any changes
or alterations are made free of any addi?
tional cost, just the same as though the
full price were paid for the goo.is. if in?
terest, d be an early caller for the best
y*3"j The Slock Reil f cut Price
,< / on a special assort nn :.t of
?w* Men's Overcoats that are
marvels of cheapness and goodness, and
contain nil points of genteel and dressy
appearance which 1? obtain more than
double t.'ieir cost would usually have to be
expended. Here are short, medium and
Full hi.nth ov.r.oat.s, in kerseys?Chev?
iots Reavers and Coverts?any heft?any
color nnd shade of brown or tan?blue and
black?Overcoats to suit all Ideas?ages
sixes and tastes -true money savers to
ihn ?.l buyers that know a buiguta when
they see it.
<f O C O T" s' * Relief cut Price
5)3,03 on , ?? 1- king of
^ grades and Huer qualities ol
Men's Overcoats to force a llnal c'.earan, e
of I he Over, oat stock?opportunities for
money saving were never greater?Over?
coat buying never timelier than now.
Nina Sixty-Nino gets a choice of strictly
up to date Overgarments, as nattily cut,
made, trimmed and nn shed as it Is pos?
sible to make them. IlOX CoatS in Tan
e verts and Cheviots?Black and Blue
Kerseys and Beavers, with full or me?
dium loos,, cut backs?knee length coats
with shaptd or box backs?some self
lined?others with good quality silk satin
or worsted linings?Yor a quick move of
the Overcoat stock?y?br pick and choice
The most triumphant record of popular en?
thusiasm ever known in Merchandising?a
siege of unabated selling?an opportunity of j
Greater and Greater Buying of Fine Clothing
and Furnishings by crowds and crowds of
Bargain Seekers, continually patronizing the,
various departments of the Big Store?That is
the history achieved by the Marvelous Bargain
Creations at the Great Stock Relief Unloading
Sale, and thus will it be continued for this
week, mercilessly sacrificing and unreservedly
slaughtering every heavy weight Garment in
this magnificent stock, to convert everything
possible into cash before the close of the
season, If you are a money saver, seeking
double and treble worth in Reliable Clothing
and Furnishings of standard manufacture, this
Wonderful Sale must stand in your eyes as a
chance demanding your imperative and imme?
High Grade Goods down to Low
Grade Prices. Never before wem
such Wonderful Valuesollered
?never such opportunities
made possible to get
High Cost Goods for
so little money.
(f I / "7 For a < li Ice of Men's flood
T>| ill patterns ..f greyish effects tor
*** 1 *~ * Honest I'anis ? neat, sightly
every day service?and ki nil ? I dark de?
signs for evening wear?strongly made
and great big bargains for the small cost
ot one Forty-Seven.
?* I fifl For choice of Dependable
Tv I XH Cheviot. Caaalincro and Wor
O/ i ?u,u Mcn'j, pants, In stripes,
mixtures, plaids and checked effects?sub?
stantially made and trimmed? Shapely and
perfect fitting?in every respect sightly
Pantaloons and unprecedented values for
their price?One Ninety-Eight.
fl* O in For a choice of an assorted
TV I line of Pantaloons, beyond
*???? ? w w question the best Pants prop
erty ever placed on sale at this or any
oth. r store. Dressy Worsteds m checks
and stripes?nobby designs of plaids and
stripes, in cheviot and cass'.mere?made
and trimmed in I ho best manner?They
are bin specials and real bargain won?
ders for Two Thirty-Nine.
(? 1 OT ' or n choice of Men's
J Jw Pants?mostly singles, taken
from tii..- suit slock, having
become odds by reason of comb'.nalon
sales?made, and trimmed in tirst-class
manner?scarely the cost of the bare ma?
terial is coycred by the Stock Relief Cut
Price of Two Eighty-Seven.
Ofl. For Children's Kults or s'ghtly
XMP solid Black and Brownish Fab
wwu?rlC9. k,.,,,. jackets, with hand?
somely braided wide sailor collars. In
SlXCS from 4 to .-- and plain double-breast?
ed jackets In tim larger sizes?comment
for value totally unnecessary?If Inter?
ested in Children's Attire cheap?bargain
time is now.
flO? For Dressy Reefers for Boys, in
HXf. sizes to 13?of sfghtly black doth
www,nlcely finished with black velvet
collars and lined with durable plaid Wor?
sted linings?genteel and /urcssy Over
Jackets, that are actually worth more
than double their cut price of Nlnoty
(ft On For Brown Check Knee
nl ,i H Pants Suits of thoroughly
*** 1 ** di pendablo nnVtcrlnls for satis?
factory wear?neat patterns?unusually
well made for suits of such small cost
- Pants with double seat and knee?riv?
eted buttons and patent waist bands?
matchless bargain offerings for One
(ft nn ?ne Ninety-Eight never
l\ I rift captured values in Child
?*? 1 ?w w ren's attire equal to tho
specials offered this week. Nobby Vestee
Suits with deep collars, nicely braided?
handsome Rci fer Suits, trimmed in tha
cholci st manner?plain double-breasted
suits, in the larger siz s. of all wool,
Stylish pDId and mixed cheviots and
casslmeres?matchless values for One
I "I For Roys' Knee Pants, of neat
I /fi?''r,,k brown wear-well fabrics?
? 1 u stoutly mole and splendidly
adapted for rough, knock-about wear.
For Dark Orcy and Brown
neat Pin Striped Casslmere Kn^o
" Pants, of dependable non-fading
colors?Just the tiling for school or gen?
eral every day service?they have patent
waistbands and taped senms?Great Big
Bargains for only Twenty-Three Cents.