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WATCH and WAIT!
1 hi** has ai aHi?iiiiieaiii< Monning Ut lavery Man, Woman
Anti Child in Tliiw Kulin* Community
No matter how old or how young, nor does it matter what your vocation in life may be?It will be well for you
and it will certainly be oi the greatest importance to your personal welfare to
Remember Well the Above Heading!
These are no idle remaks, as you will see within the next three days, and it will be wise and very prudent to be
on the alert and
Watch for the GREATEST, MIGHTIEST and Most Stupendous
EVENT OF THE 4GE
Take HEED AND HAVE NO REGRETS !
SAMPLE COAT SALE I
A Feast of Sensational Barga ns in Ladies &Children s Coats
Oar bayer has ju While there he
purchased the em * he la
We have Marked them at Prices Less than Actual Cost
$10.00 Values $5.75
50 Sample Coats in this Lot
These coats are wonderful values it the price we offer thea. at. They are made of -ihe
best quality materials in the newest shades and cut on very stylish, mode. I tat coats
were made to sell at $10.00. We are going to sell them special, while they last at this
ATTENDS BIG MEETING OF JIMORS EQUAL SUFFRAGE OFFICERS
IF NOME*! ONLY KNEW
The regular monthly meeting ot, What a Heap of Happcni
State Vice Councilor E. H. Proc- the Williamsburg Equal Suffrage
tor. of Jr. O. U A. M.. returned League was held at the home of Mrs.
from Norfolk Friday morning where Margaret Curtis Hansford. Thursday.
Thursday r. ..t Jan. 8 The toilowing officers ware
initiation of the Councils of Norfolk elected.
and Portsxouth. as official represe President. Mrs. R. M. Crawford;
tative of th estate executive boar -rer, Mrs. L. S. Foster; cor
Seventy three cancidates were init- rosponding secretary, Mrs. Hans
i into the mysteries of the order, ford; recording secretary. Miss b
At the close of the initiatory work Smith. It is hoped that Mrs. B. B
Mr. Proctor was introduced by Past Vale K.chmond. will address
State Councilor Dr. William Evans, tbe League at sometime | the
of Norfolk, when after a few pre* present month,
iiminary remarks he gave a verv in- ?*??-??^-?----?-????-???-??-?
t-resnng talk on Fraternity. Special Commissioner's Sate
Tnis is said to be the largest of Vatua
meeting held bv the Jr. O. U A
M. in Eastern Virginia for years.
Past Councilor W. A Bozirth. of
No 35. was also present.
January 6, 191*1, ia
Urtng tu WilUaanabarg Homea.
Har' -lia*work with aa ach?
?*i?t-ry at I ?tamra
If women only ktmm thm eauae
.am* often comm tram
?av?? much a??dUm was.
Doao"? K Pille ara for wea*
Bawd what a tVil1iamahnq| alia?
Mra. W hf Murri*
Va. Mya: "Dmb'i kidney Pi
aeed aucceea fully io wy horn*.
?*cotaia?wdhic ma**. 1 aJ**o
know *<mat mhmrm their mam
haa re?uk can rvc-um
m-*n*.l Doan'a Kui- ? to anyon*,
who haa kidney complain i
?ala by all Jaalera. Pvtaa rn) eta
Foet-r-Milburn Ca.. Buffalo. Hmm Tock
tar tha Uaitad ftiUi
a hood aa
$10.00 CHILDREN'S COATS. $6 50
We arc showing some wonderful valjes in coats
for little girls. Thesr coats are made ot a very
high quality, two-toned diagonal and cut in tne
season's best models, sizes ranging tram 6 to 14
years. These are the regular $10.00 values. We
will sell special at .$6 50
$20.00 BLUE CLAY CLOTH COATS $13.75
These coats are made of the vety oest blue clay
material, cut on the latest lines, lacy are ex?
tremely nobby; they are lined with Sinner's
satin, and have velvet trimmed co.Ins. We
have marked them special at.$13.75
$13.50 LADIES' SERGE COATS. $8.50
These coats are made of the best quality blue
serge, half lined w.tn a guaranteed satin. This is
jost the coat for late winter and early spring.
They were made to sell at $13.50. we will sell
them special at.I.$8.50
loo s. ja rs
$18 50 values every one ot them. No two
alaka. Ihtm .ove.y coats s.iow ail that's new
tum thc leading bty.e centers We nave them in
a great assortment ot sUades and styles, but the
..iv is ot the very best, tney are well worth
$18.50. but wc sci tue ui tor .$9.75
Xi AND $0 00 CHILDREN'S COATS $3.95
Tnis daiaty line of coats comes in sizes ranging
trom 2 to 0 years, lacy are made ot very good
quality material in serges, dom and chinchillas.
Tnese are good vaiues at the regular price, $5.00
and $6.00. We wul sell mcai special at $3.95
$27.50 BROADCLOTH COATS. $16.95
5 Simple Coats io Tnis Lot, Sizes 34 to 40
These coats are made of tne best grade of Bot
ney's broadcloth. Tney are cut very stylish and
lined with S?cinucr's satiu. No*, these are regu?
lar $27.50 values. We are gjing to sell them
special during this saie at this speeial price $16.95
At th*- mvss ol th** court, that De?
la) . m Iront ot the
. .ma, th*- .ru per ty. u>
latn tm panel of
.Atc in Jamestown Di*
ad, anU bernie rr.or*
I in a piat ai
b. v. ..omi. aurv ev or, an
! cora- .age 230,
ami being th**
2707-2709 WASHINGTON AVE.
NEWPORT NEWS,VA. ?
? DEPARTMENT STORE ?
MY! IF ALL
THE UAiNTY CUTS Of KM
That Have Been
Trimmed Up On Our Meat Block
Could Be Shorn Together
What A Sight Ot Meat
*E LD SEE
You Could Eat A MEAL
From Our Meat Block,
IH AS CLEAN AS A TABLE CLOTH!
aaxi cicra a o
vely. recorded in
which ra faraoc a
R. L. Spaocar, Auction**
?*. W. WAkh
l?tler? nu marm*erato thc -aubaVr
.ial attention giv-an tu tba *****
ol Kaal -batata.
Collect^-ii of accounts -t-nitefirt
W. L. JONES
From io to
A. W. HITCHENS
OR. GEO. POTTS
Vctariaary PhyaJclaa a &a rga aa
Real Eat*te Anaai
i bia tmrricmt to tba Pannara
ar.d Stockraieera of tba PaaJaaala
Partiea having farma for aala aheaM
Mat tbam with ma at ooca.
rsntK al Every DcjutptAoa tar Via
Addreaa or Phone aaa at
PROVIDENCE FORGE. - VA.
Bb LO* XS A ^AMrt-al BA RU A I*
No. 00. Brand n?w 4 roam -rrttaja
1 li milea out oa autu road; 14
only, but they ara Aaa. aot aa
ia waata; one-half cl ear ad. I
har. Can't And a nmtta*
itt amail homo. Plica tmmmX
caah, hala-aca ta auit; IO yaara it want
No. 4a. Fma tb aero tnaak farm a--d
lovely Aroota dwelling in groan of
traaa. ia night of city; new larg* bara
and ?tabla, other out buikhaga. Sa a
crea ia cultivation; lu acrea young ptnea.
Owaar raaantly paralyaad. muat aeii:
and o-ffnra far cady faaOO. No Amt bar?
ram nor naora attractive bama ia ba
OTHERSfBQUALLY ATTRACTS 1
W. U JONES,