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.? ONJJTTLEBOY His Hands wore a Solid Mass, and Disease Spread All Over His Body -In Four Days the Child was Entirely Cured?Mother Strongly RECOMMENDS CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT "On* day wi' noticed that our little boy was nil broken out witti itching ??res. We fit-ht. noticed it on his tittle hands, ids liami~ wen1 not us bad then, and we didn i think anvthmti serious would result. But the next day heard of the Cutieura Remedies being ho k.-mI for ilohinx sore*, etc.. that I thought I would gt't them, by this tint.- the di-u-a-* hail spread all over his body, and his hand* wi n- nothing but a solid mass of tins tt< hinx disease. I went to tin- ?iru?; Ktnrc ami purchased a Ix-x of Cutjcuia Soup and on. box of . Cutieura Omtment, and that nicht I stripped my little boy and t>i<>k tho Cutieura Soap and Ink. warm water and washed him w.u. Thon I <irn-d him with a soft hath towel, atn1 to.ik the Cutieura Ointment and ruhUil him thoroughly with it. I did tins every evening before I put him to bed and iit three or f.iiir nml.i. In- was entirely ruisl. You lia\e my permission to publish this because anvU?lv who suf? fered as mv l>uhv tlal ought t.i know of the Cutieura Remedies. I will surely and gladly recommend the Cutieura Remedies, for they are h godsend to ail suffering with skin diseases. Mrs. Prank Donahue, jus Ftvmont ht.. Kckomo, Ind.. Sept. 1C. iikit." PIMPLES And Blackheads Prevented and Cured by Cutieura. Gently smear the face with Cutieura Ointment, the gn-nt^Stkia] Cute but do not ruli. Wash off em- Ointment in Urn minutes with Cutieura Bonp and hot water and continue to bathe the fa<?> freely for some minutes. It peat morn? ing and evening. At other times oso not water and Cutieura Soar, for bath? ing the fa.s- as oft.-n as agreeable. i>inipipf.. FOrrnsl r.rel Intemj.l Triiitmrni for KviTy liuuiur . lalaaui. < liiklrcii Una Adults oinrttu ..f i-utli-ur* s .-11, i j.v- , i . ii..,i,. ih ? sun, ?utl..iri lMl.tn.mt <**?! | ..ll. ,l Ihr Sk :i nt.li I int. .ir i K.sk.lo-iil. MV i.f..r In <h<- r..r.,,.,l el.i ,ic e..aii-.i i-hlh j'r i? r vtil ..f <ai> ?.. Purity the i- . .: s..M Utmoatimit the ?"TM PmtiT Imif a i t.. io. 4>rt>. So*- If It Hun. ? .? uj-'.. .i.-.-.i fiat. Cutkufa Ut>uk od skin j..s-.a.?. you Can Expect \ N'othlng short of genuine ' satisfaction, In the matter of I laundry Work If you have your work done by us We eater to a discriminating puhiic. Our aim is to g've every one the boat for tl>v> money in first-class work, and thai we do not miss It Is evlib-nced by the Increasing number of our Satis? fied Customers. Peerless Steam Laundry fred read. Prop. 1209 Washington a venae Newport News, V'a. Both Phones 178. EMBRACE THE OP? PORTUNITY and order your 8pring Suit Early You Needn't Worry about the flt or the style of * suit If yon give Tie your order We eu-irantoe to make erery garmeat atisornteij right. CORRECT IN STLYS H-renrov.cMble In fit. Every suit we make hear* the msrk of the esrjnaive tailor. ?Spring and Stimmt' Oood? so? in Stock. IT. P.Keating 221 Twenty fifth Street. KEATING & WRUBLE 428 Main St_ Norfolk, Vs. ^^R?JAPl^TA|U>I^L^^^ mf???IOntchtts\ fm S?f SI Sw ????.??? ??????? n.?K -- ? s? let1i*.t*?*a ?* *r?r*j*vj . lm?i? a?* am nanu rfwsstsauaaut ?? In Unspoiled Tripoli ?? *By MuM Loomls Todd Tripoli Most Enchanting of Ori? ental Cities?Quaint Characters and Costumes on the Streets?A Silver City In the Moonlight?Lite In the Harem--Inmates Heavily Jeweled and Tatcoed?Weird Wedding Celebration- Bride a Concentrated Nightmare of Coior ? Hands Covered with Cold Leaf?Guests from the Desert. (Copyright, by Joseph IS. Bowle?.) I cMrx M;tt..-l Loom I* Todd, wife >?! 1'rof ' 1>;.\!,I P. Todd, tfn> not..I astronomer of ! Amtierst rultojn*. tins rtij' >>??! unusual . i.i. iliti.-s foi tiHMlu.K in hill,' known I rorners <tf th? ettrth. having Hi. ompnnU?l , tier huHl.Hri,t on journey* undertaken for purpose* uf astronomical mwunli ll?*r father wua ImikI 1a>oiiiUv itatrnnomei of Harvard university besides l.. In? a tal? ented writer lot the magazine* and author ' oi several hooks, Mis TuJU n> u sucte** rui lavturer.) j Pedestrians hav? few rights in the narroa thoroughfares of Tripoli. In pursuing one's devious way. the tiny hoofs ot umnipreseat donkeys perhaps muke sound enough to Indicate their approach, even if theh drivers did not conscientiously shout 'Halik! Halik'" to the unwary. Hut they never swerve from their course. It one succeeds In Jumping out of the way in time, well ami good. Not even so much notice I Is given of the soft footed progress of the camel During my weeks in Trip? oli, most enchanting of unspoiled oriental cities, the first indication of the camel's presence was often the 1 long, arched neck curving quite over my shoulder as he silently overtook me and the supremely scornful face close beside mine It was quite In? different to Sim where his next foot : step fell, but nor being equally go to mo, he Immediately possessed the street In clear and unrestricted owner? ship. Four feet, not two, reign inj Tripoli. Humanity Indeed is harder to dis? entangle Nationalities multiply with| i every step. Along the whit<- walls and buildings, Arabs. Bedouins and Moots wrapped in white barracan tilt swiftly,J while Greeks. Maltese. Mack Sudanese and Fcxzani?some polished like pat : eat i< ather, others finished lu dull tints like ebony?with fez and turban rass and bronze limbs. Turkish trous? ers and Albanian drapery give >itill furthei aeeeat. and would absolutely defy one to Identify one's locality If suddenly set down In the midst of it all. In Tunis the Arabian women hide) their faces, except the eyes, by tightly strapped blaek veil, otherwise J completely wrapped in a white bur , noose. In Tripoli no veil is worn, but ! half of tbe left eye only is permitted I ! to remain unshielded, and the bar i racan is put ou differently. I .took j several lessons in adjusting it. attain j ing at last quite a degree of proflelen ? cy. Hut 1 fear the right manipulation ; of ail the complicated. If srar.efu J I folds would not bo possible In a conn* ! try of tailor-made suits and sealskin j coats. One's mental fitness varies i with environment The peeping ad ' vantage of one brtsht black eye. nr a j small i>art of it, is rather an advantage than otherwise, for one ma> imagine 1 all sorts of concealed beauty behind I the white folds. A suggestion Of something too choice and lovely for j casual gaze envelops them, though in all my Trii>oli experience actual sight of the street shrouded faces never failed to disenchant. American adoption of the. barracan might en? hance the attractiveness of our street parades. Lookiag out of my window one ; morning?an enter'aming employment ; hardly to be resisted?I witnessed an L altercation which promised to tum I into a genuine encounter The com , haunts were apparently a jet Mack j vender of bottles carried about in a , little push eart. and a lighter colored and ii >re fully clothed and hefezzed ' person with a table on bis head. A crowd of all the nations of the earth I speedily collected, and the converse : tlon reached a pitch that suggested j the tearing out of eyes and hair at I once Hut Arabic !s curiously em? phatic, voices at best loud and hoarse i with guttural "catch'' in the throat quite inimitable; and this street fight I turned out to be merely an amicaMc j difference of opinion soon adjusted by i a laush from a bystander. [ women in the black head j cover and cloak combined, several one-eyed Moslem damen and two anx i lous-lookina Roman Catholic sisters I with a small brood of children whom they seemed to be Initiating Into the difficult art of wearing Baroseas rlo?b??. were among the spectators: a Franciscan monk in brown robe and rope zlrdle st<>pj>ed a moment a? he passed, while a heavily turbaaed Turk in a gorser>us red robe looked scorn? fully upon these Inferior person*, play? ing a' emotion*. Ilsys passed before I could intelli? gently study these type*, or feel oth? erwise thsn that al! were .Importing tbem.-eives wtth bls'rtonlc lateat. If these ordinary street seen** were picturesque how much more the great Tuesday market or fair on the beaeh or idansra. where all the inhabitants for miles sr?*und from country and desert bavins anvtnlna to sell assem ble by sunrise and establish the ej.be mera! hot crowded city of tent* rinse to the renth? Mediterranean ssrt: Tnoasand* come every week, laying oat the seats sad blankets la row- rar Ina SOCh other Iii? little street* A* in m.ny >?eh?ntal baser*. artMes of oh* kind are together Next the wa ter a narrow way led between booth* whore meat was displayed In tempt? ing eut.s; the noxt showed vegetables; another showed fruits, apricots, mul ? berries ami a few Delated oranges. Kurther back, rude rugs and saddle? bags wert- displayed by strange IBM with wild but not unamUble faces, while barbarous old women sold bead bracelets and huge earrings, strings of J coral, silver chulns and bandanna handkerchiefs, i'laid cottons, woven in | Tripoli. In brilliant reds aud yellows ?barracans tor the poorer class, who, cannot afford the liner whltw ones? gave attractive suggestiou of their utility ss curtains and portleres In J summer houses hut as usual much conversation on the subject was nec-, essdiy before a bargain WU made on the basis of a proper price. The sell-1 ers spoke Arabic to our attendant? the gorgeously Impressive oavaaae of j the 'irttish consulate?who turned j their leuiarks into modern Greek for tbe consuls duughter, she In turn re? constructing it ail in French for me. j j A row of Arab men made on th?j ; spot the close-fitting white caps worn under the fez by men. aud wild desert j women, hardly a degree above four ' footed animals, were selling embrotd j ered bead coverings for little girls ! youngt r than four years. One of the most picturesque groups was com i posed of desert women seated flat in I tbe sand surrounded by the woven I straw covers for the bowls of cus-cus, j j a universal edible. These covers, like I rather flat yet conical hats, with brll-! Haul-colored strips of flannel woven j In them, and of all sizes, were endless-! ly attractive, and 1 loaded the cuvasso and my patient donkey with the spoils won by four languages. lint life In the harems, with the! inner courtyard as its chief theater, is unique. Mj first morning spent in these visits is most memorable. No mosiem young girl in Tripoli goes into the street after early childhood until she has been some time married and then only after the customary i style of barracan shelter. And ono or two young girls with whom 1 talked evinced a good deal of curiosity about the outer world, though never for a moment deeming It possible that they could see It for themselves before marriage. The coming husband Is distinctly a liberator. In one house the daughter was mak? ing a sort of coarse lace with a cro? chet needle. Her mother seemed to be washing some garment in a big flat bowl on the tiled floor of the court, her back beut double as she leaned standing, to her task. An othei middle-aged woman was seated on the floor of a room opening on the courtyard, sifting flour Into different grados of flnenesd, preparatory to cus cus. A wizened little old woman crouched in a corner, grinding coffee in a tiny brass mill, and a few chil? dren seemed to bo promiscuously scat? tered about. All tbe women wero heavily laden with necklaces and bracelets and huge earrings. The courts were' quite clean, many beauti? fully lined with Moorish tiles, but barbarously Injured by the omnipres? ent whitewash A handsome black woman from the Interior seemed to be chief hostess In another barem, but a number of young married women of different nations hovered about with babies, pounds of jewelry and tattoo. One was quite covered with the blue black symbols?face, hands, arms? and. as she proudly announced, she had done it ail herself, though not after the usual gunpowder method. Our shoes were removed, as In Japan, to go Into tbe inner rooms, and a white sheepskin was brought for mo to sit on. In one rather dirty little patio a forest of thread after dyeing was hanging overhead to dry in great skeins of scarlet and yellow and a pretty young girl was manipulating reels and bobbins as she sat In the shade In another dwelling tbe chief apartment was shown?full of fine I gold < mbroidery. on pillows and cash ! ions and divans, hung on the wall. I spread on the floor. Heavily curtained ! beds at each end were piled high with gorgeous cushions. It was still called the bridal chamber, though the bride showed her lusty babe of a year with evident pride, while a second, three weeks old. lay gurgling and meditat? ing in a cradle close by. Sour.ds In Tripoli are almost as pic? turesque as Its sights, and several times, generally at night, one especial? ly joyous cry echoed through the strectl with s singularly i>enetrating vibration. This happy scream some? times announces a birth, but it may? be usc.i to proclaim a wedding as well. I or other fortunate happening. in j Wednesday evening three genuine car j rlages passed, two containing Arab . ladies and the last filled with black ! women, chanting weirdly, occasion ally giving vent to the chaiactertstic j rcsonsnt tremolo. I All this signified that s prospective i bridceiooui's mother was announcing I to the town her approaching hapei J aess Glad tidings filled the air. The ', next l'gh; Thursday, a favorite nigh' j for weddings, a large prore*?:<ai : passed up and down through the Bar r.,w - reel.? for hoar- Arab men j closely wrapped In white barracans ; like ghosts marched ahead of a com ; pany of Mack men. beating drams burning red Are and exploding rorbets \ and fir- cracker*. Hehlnd came Moe \ lern boys swinging laaieru* sad nrra Rbmslly singing In the midst walked the expectant bridegroom, taking this emphatic farewell of bachelorhood , latll two o'clock in the moraine he ' paraded the streets, entertatalng Ms friends sad giving them ? fine -upper a* the cod Meantime the little bride would be brought by her relatives to hi* bowse, with somewhat leas Bour1*h. and piaccd la charge of sis ?other. 8mm Mine during the day ho has beoa to th?? mosnue. hu( !r , , uot uccoasary tor the bride to go. Tho uext day Friday, 1 was Invited to the wedding festivities. The ! uu lUea wore of a Cai higher das? than those of the harems I lu4 prevtouely seen. The pleasant courtyard was lined ?Ith flae Rreen tiles In good As? signs, the room., opening directly upon It ml alto Mm a gallery above In the venter flat on the Moot sat a dozen black women with coarse tambourines and small drums keeping up uti In? cessant though Intermittent noise of cheating, but ranged about the sides on a i.iatform stichtly raised s.it the chief female relatives and friends of the high contracting parties, und their effect was so theatrically dazzling that it ?im some tlm-. before 1 discovered which might be the bride. The love of aniline dyes rather than tho lovely I old soft oriental colors had Infected all ranks, and as each Arab lady In Tripoli when Indoor* appeared In all. the seven colors of the spectrum and ' a good many more not recognized hy i the rainbow, the effect of 40 or Mi to-1 aether was overpowering. Jackets, I blouses, abort skins. Turkish trousers,J silk stockings, gold slipper* and crim? son, p.nk, cobalt blue, scarlet, yellow, [ silver guuae and gold brocade dlstrlb-! uted liberally on each woman winds'! convey little of thu effect Bach face: was painted dead white, with startling crimson triangles accurately set upon! the cieeks; nyebruwa were heavily i outlined In black and connected over! the ixue and yards of gold se<|ulns and head* were loopod around nock and arms and forehead. In the center of all tula gorgeous-! ness sat the little bride, rigidly erect] aud immovable, with two especially 1 resplendent friends on each side to' fan and otherwise attend her. For, hours she must neither move nor1 stride, nor even wink Her handsi were spread stiffly ujion her kacaa, 1 thu fingers black with heuna and gold leaf thickly laid on up to her wrists; while an to costume, she was a eon- i rent raied nightmare of color. Her j hair -van braided down with blue silk and sllvor. her vest was gold brocade, j her trousers were of blue velvet, scar? let and crimson disportod bewildering-, ly among yards of ajnid coins and chain- of some White-PUtaled flower. Half ?; dozen boles in each oar sup? ported an Immense weight of orna- I menu, bracelets reached the shoul der. in every detail her decorations, j were bigger and brighter and more ! amazing than those of the others. . Friday, from Just before sunset, the | bride slta thus like u statue for an ; hour ni two, while the bridal chamber j Is examined, the viands discusBou and 1 much hilarity prevails among the as? sembled women. The father of this ' particular bride had bad but four I wives, and there had been but SO chll-l| dren altogether. Of those 25 or 80 l had died young, so the poor man had , not married Into a very extensive con? nection. Iiut he wss grstefpl for even so many relatlves-ln-law. I The roost really Interesting figures in all this wedding party were a group of Bedouins, who had come up from the desert, strange, bright-eyed wom? en, with the great Sahara spaces breathing from their woird personal ! ity. They were draped In silver 1 chains and bangles, their dark robes : being hold together by splendid old j silver clasps and buckles. Their ear j rings were so heavy that they had to ! be attarhed to the head covering as I well. These were the real essence of j the east, the hreesy embodiment of j free air. but showing, too. a shy dls j trust cf ways other than their own. Saturday, too. the little bride aits for hours In state, but afterward tho ceremonies proper are over, though she Is dressed and waited upon and made the guest of honor In her hus band'a house tor a month. After that practical life begins. OrolesQue a.* are some customs, con? futed as are nationalities and races, there is yet a -?range and Inexplicable cbarm about Trli>oll. it took a perms ncnt hold upon my heart and Imagina? tion, and when I saw Its white minar? ets and domes grow less upon the j horizon, fadlnc almost into the bine of the incomparable Mediterranean. I was g'.ad to remember that 1 had sur? Iy stepped upon the little plate of ? brass .it the sea ante as I came awav, ' which by a native superstition mcaus j certala return to Tripolitan Joys. The Feeling Wan tbe Same. I There Is s little girl In a little town j "up the stsv ' who baa been brought } up nsmt carefully, and whose father ' snd mother have taken the utmost pains thai she should bear nrrthlnc bag i Kngtish. absolutely untainted by slang. ' to say nothi';* of more forcible lan ! guage She ?therefore kept from J the aoeiety of rtdWIren of her own a*e. and the at.* yonan pe?.pN> * tnr-t ! Ines at otk ? ' the village churrhes w?re the o:'- f irm of entertainment , (If aueh th? ? - ay be caiicdi that abe I had ever ar< ? o>d. On-- ev?n'i ? -be was playing ail hv herself as n?':il. and had built on the ?M,. imnh Impoelnn orifice of block? Sr.- ?' looking at It. pnewlMr plane.Inn ??! iiibmnl fm prove m?i>??. when her ehb brother. "a read grown? up young at a." same up the steps with one of i? collwax friends <?ao of th? m m.v ? cureless step, and In an Instant t: ? brasse of brocks was la ruins The little clrl pnunw-d to her f#?t and atrvod a n^mea?. atrmtaiinc with Mnnttor.? trv peemed too large for her. then ah- burnt out ?ThrtatJar I n1*aror' Rork of tr ?' Onward ? Srlethsn Soldiers' -lm sweating, be Henry " MEYERS BROTHERS I DEPARTMENT STORE. I MEYERS' BROTHERS. One More Week of Our Great July Clearance Sale The past week has been one of the moat notable sales we have ever known, hirst, because of its great saving; second} because we offer this season's merchandise at such remarka? bly low prices. Our special purchase of thousands of yards of Remnants has enabled us to run this SAU; FOR ONE WEEK MORE. This will be the LAST WEEK of our July Clearance Sale. Prices shown here below have never been offered in Newport News or vicinity. One ilore Week of Our July Clearance -In Our Suit Department 1 ten 01 Black Voll? Skirts? special fur Monday only?nil ?lief from 37 io 42, made piahi and pleated with silk and Satin folds; four different styles to select from. TIiIh la the greatest value that has ever been offered in New? port News; made of extra fine Voile and workmanship guaran? teed; regular $1? value, clear? ance price . $6.95. (Kxtru charge for all alterations > Pet er-Pan Shirtwaists, with at? tached and detached collars and attached cuffs?the newe.H thing; Stripes, Plain. While, with Color? ed Embroidery front; regular val? ue $i .,?. CLEARANCE PRICE, $1.00. LAST WEEK OF OUR JULY CLEARANCE OF WHITE AND COLORED Wash Goods Remnants 3fi Inch Lawn. Light Blue, link, ("ream and (lro>; lOo value. CLEARANCE PRICE . 6c White Pique, In short lengths, lite value. CLEARANCE PRICE. 8c the yard. 40>lnch I'lnin Nainsook, short lengths. 1> value. CLEARANCE PRICE . 10c 75c Ladies. Wash Suits?Plain White, Stri|?es and Colors! Coat 'M Iii eh es long; newest rut. These Bults sold from $S to $10. CLEAR? ANCE PRICE . $3.95 Ladles' Silk Petticoats?made with a deep llomii'e anil an extra good quality dust ruffle; regular price $5.00. CLEARANCE PRICE, $3.95. I lot of Ladles" Silk Suits?in several different stylos. This Is an extra special bargain. For this sale only; worth up to fix. CLEARANCE PRICE . $4.95 White Waitings, short lengths, in Checks. Stripes and Si-Ls; worth front 26c to 39c. All marked. 12 1-2c and 15c. I.r>c and Itc Lawns. Swiss and Batiste, in this season's most de strahle Colorings. All to goat 10c JULY CLEARANCE AND SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN Domestics & Linens Fine quality, 45ineh wide Shrunk Cannon Cloth, worth 20c yard CLEARANCE PRICE, 8c yd. :ii: Inch Madias. Ught Colors, m Maids. Stripes. Dots and Fignrasj also liark Colors; worth ISc yard. CLEARANCE PRICE . go Striped. Dotted nmi Bmbrolder e.l Swiss, in Colored Ifcits and Fig? ures; worth 19c. CLEARANCE PRICE . ?aJ Colored Organdie Lawn?In many ami various patterns, lue' value. CLEARANCE PRICE...So Tin- best ir.c Percale, In Dots, Stri|h>s and Figures, including side hands. CLEARANCE PRICE, 10c The best Calico and Shining Prints. Light ami Dnrk Colors; 7c values. .CLEARANCE PRICE, 5c yard. Perfect nieces of Long Cloth, length ? io II yards; well worth 12 1-Jc. CLEARANCE PRICE, So yard. 500 Men's Negligee and Working. Shirts?many patterns to select fi"in. in Lieht ami Dark lirounds. Including Dots. Strips, Neat Fig? ures, Solid llhie, etc.; regular 6?>c Value. CLEARANCE PRICE, 39c -_I_ Ladies' Net Waists, neatly 'rim 'mis! with Medallions and Lace, in White r;iul Rcru; regular $3.60 value CLEARANCE PRICE. $1.98 July Clearance in All Silk Ribbons 1 lot of loo pieces of Persian and Dresden Ktbbons, all pure Silk. In tlorai designs, stripes, etc. ? worth up to Kile. CLEARANCE PRICE . 25c 2 lots of pure Silk 4tibl>onH. in all Colors. St rim s. Persian Kffects Plalds. etc. This Is an extra so? cial lot of sample pieces and in this lot there are no two pieces alike. Lot No I- worth up to CLEARANCE PRICE . I?i No 2? worih np io 25c. CLEARANCE PRICE . 10. IT inch Rajah Suiting?I Jght Rlne, Brown. Copenhagen, Grey, While and N.Vural. 49c the yard. A big lot of llalbrlggan Under? wear; Shirts with long or short sleeves; Pants double seat, regu? lar 50c value CLEARANCE PRICE . 39c Special lot of Men's Athlete Nainsook I'mb-rwear; Coat Shirt with short sleevca and knee pants; rcgatar .Vic value. CLEAR? ANCE PRICE . 39c r.iMi Hoys' Waists and Mouses? Ught and Dark Ground. Main White, Btrises and Figures; regu? lar .19c. and Etc value CLEAR? ANCE PRICE . 19c :>>m All-Silk Supcrha h\>ur-in Hand Ties, newest pattern, extra gl od qnalifv Silk; regular Sue val? ue CLEARANCE PRICE 39c loo Ladies' sad Men s Dhrsref las. box wihiiI bandies; heavy ta|?' edge and extra good quality, and made good and slrong; rertilar $1.60 and $126 value. CLEAR? ANCE PRICE . $1.00 Lnrgo size Red ltorder. Heavy I Huck Towel; 12 l-2c value, tm CLEARANCE PRICE. 10c 1.1.1 slxe, benvy Huck Towel, hemstitched borer; 18c value. CLEARANCE PRICE- 18 1-2c Good heavy Napkins; worth 7So dozen CLEARANCE PRICE, 44c July Clearance in Buckles & Combs; I."!' Belt M?ckles and Belt Buck? le pin?, in (lilt. Old Rose, Black, Silver, etc.. In about 25 different styles; round, oval and solars;, special in this lot. There are sev? ers I styles of pretty novel de? signs in neatlv tinted shades, .sold from 26c to 69c. CLEARANCE PRICE .tOe 1 lot of itelt Buckles, in Black. Silver, etc . in U different styles, all shape*. In 'hi.-: lot there are a small lot of Melt Buckle Pins sold front ?9c to $1.00. CLEAR? ANCE PRICE . . i A sample lot of Tortoise ShoU 'S ComlM. back trimmed with rhrne stone and Oriental trimmings, era. In this special lot of combs, there _ is oi.i-. one of a pattern, sold fresh J SI oo ' to $5.00 CLEAHANCK PRICE ... Biggest Assortment and Best Line of SLOttj Shirts in Town, in Plain and Neat Patterns*! Clearance Price - 7tC?l ONE MORc WEEK OF OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALE IN OUR BIG BARGAIN BASEMENT 1 < Part Conker, rapee* Wtnm. all |? rfeet and gtve i? rf.-ct aa'i ' faction . 11 .JO While Semi-Pnrrefitn Cup*1 and BSBt) IS, all sound Speeial .. Ss Window Screens x large s:re; the f? sru!-.r ?,"? m/c Sp?-e1al. 25c _i Copper bottom W*.-h IVWIer. wi-r, pa:.nt wo>?| handle and set Is I'd. Special . $1.00 One hoi- oil Cooking Store, two wicks, works spl-ndid. dal. llath Seats, extension ends r? her cover.h1; fl; any ?i7e tub. $1J Fo<id rhnpper. with four blades; a grmd si7. md fully gasvasteed Sn.-e'al $1.00 China Silt pox. banting. ?Ith sonnd Special . drop lid. Parasols for Ladies and ChOdren at Greatly Reduced Prices MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED. Branch Store; w:nston-salem. m. c ftRSON AVENUE. NEWRORT NEWS, VA.