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To our out-of-town visitors, a cheery how-do-you-do.
Richmond hospitality, as all the wotld knows, doesn't come just from the hand, but from the hcart. Be joyful, see the sights?our historic city is full of 'em?and go home broadened in mind and refreshed in spirit. And, if you need anything to wear, we've a tip-top shop, whose counters groan beneath the weight of the newest and smartest clothes from the centres of fashion. Jacobs & Levy. ALBEMARLE APPLES OREENWOOD, VA., October 3.?Flfty years ago I waa a sehool boy here. Those wore tho daya oi tho large pro "prletor. Three estatea covered the county for mlles around. Each num borcd Its acres ln thousands. The crops were whoat and tobacco. Each planta tton had Its orchard, but only for fam? ily use. The frult waa In prodlgal ?bundance and of fino quality, but no Vody thought of selllng lt. That wouid havo been a rnattcr wholly out of keop Ing wlth tho engagemonts of a landcd proprlctor. Now all ls changed, and lhe change ls far-reachlng. The aver ?ge farm ls not one-tenth as large, but the aggregate product ls more than ten tlmes as great. Tobacco and wheat have disappeared, and the orchard has come to be the maln chance. Golng agaln over the tramps of my boyhood, I cllrnbed a hlll tho other flay, from whlch I saw hundreds nf BcreB In apple and peach trees, jend ing with their lusclous burden of acar let and gold, and the Intelllgent appll cation of science has wrought a won drous change in both the quantlty and the quality of the frult. This la notably true of two ncarby orchards, of whlch I have aeen a good deal durtng the present gatherlng season. the owners, Dr. M. L McCue and Mr. H. R. Bos Well kindly explalning fully their meth ods of culture, I no lonser -bold th? notton I once held of the dolco fai niente llfe of the owner of a good or? chard. He haB more to do. I have learned, than awalt the frult buyer's comlng and close out the crop hang Ing on the trees. Tho aoll must be regularly tllled and regularly fertillzed ?not for com, oata, and the llko, but for frult, and for frult alone. tho only other crop conalatlng of Iegumes. Then the trees are to bo pruned, sprayed from flv'e to tcn tlmes a year, and otherwlBe cared for. When it comes to gatherlng, the utmost care and .palns aro taken In plcklng, assortlng and barrellng, the assortlng tables cven belng cushloned to prevent brulslng All thls means work and conatant vlgl lance, but lt brlngs a rlch return. Thls week I spent some tlme witl Purcell McCue barrellng wlnesaps an< plppins. Purcell. let me say ln paren thc-sls, ls a V. P. I. alumnus and the moat Intelllgent, Industrlous and en thuslastlc young farmer I have met Ir R., F. * P. R. R- CHANGE IN PARLOI1 CAR SERVICE. Effective Scptcmber 27th. parlor cai opcrated feundaya on train No. 29. leav Ing Washlngton at 5 P. M. for Rlch mond. wlll be handled Instead on tralt No. 81 teaving Washlngton at 7:35 P M. to Acca, thence by special switcl engine to Elba Station. This arrange ment g-lves parlor car servlce Wash ington to RIchmond week daya n traii No. 29, and dally aervlce Waahtngtot 'to Elba Station on No. 81. W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager. Reaj Julius Sycle's Sons' advertlse I ment for Tuesday's sule. $30,000 Stock TO BE OFFERED AT A GREAT REDOCTION DURING F AIR JVEEK. A FAIR OFFERFOR FAIR WEEK With every purchase of $25.00 or more during this week we will give, free of charge, one pair of 12-4 All-Wool Blankets. This special offer is made to determine the value of advertising in this paper. An Extra Special Suit Value. Quartered Oak Suite of eleven pieces, including wardrobe to match, sold everywhere at $125.00; our price, $100.00. Others from $27.50 to $400.00, in all tlfe different woods. Our line of Dining-Room Furniture stands second to none in quality and design, and at the bottom in prices. Floor(Covering SpeciaU. Mattlngs from .?.?.18c to 27c 9x12 Axmlnster Druggets to be sold at.920.00 9x12 10-Wlre Tapeatry Druggets to be sold at. .314.08 9x12 Velvet Druggets to be sold at.$18.1)8 AND SMALLEB SIZES AT REDUCED PRICES. In Our dtove Department You will flnd No?. 8 to 18 Steel Ranges, complete, from 922.50 to '951.00, and a complete line of Cast Ranges and Cook Stoves. Our Heatlng Stoves are of tho very best makes. Wo can sell you a Full Nlckeled Self-Fceder? Wlth 11-luch Klrc I?ot, at.915.75 complete. Wlth 10-lnch Fire Fot, nt......914.40 complete If you are going to be in need pf anything in our .line in the near future it will pay you to purchase during this week's Great Sacrifice Sale. ALL GOODS PACKED FREE OF CHARGE. A sou venir of the Fair will be given every caller at our store. . The Pitts Furniture Co, 1429 E??t Main Street. ALL CARS STOP Ul FRONT OF OUR DOOR. ninny n. day. What a plty that morel of our Vlrginla boys are not learntng how to rarm?tho moat lueratlvo busl iicbb thnt they can traln for. I had never seen auch apploa. T welghcd and meaHtired some of them, nnd here aro tho flgures, taklng the amallnst nn well as the largest, all belng perfect In form and aoundnesa: Wlnesnps?From 0 5-8 Inches to; 11 3-1 Inches In clrcumference, the j larger welglilng over 9 ouncea. Plpplnr?10 1-4 to 12 3-4 Inches ln clrcumference, tho larger welglilng lfi 1-2 ouncea. I have traveled In thlrty-odd of thel States of our republlc, and In slx other. cOUntrlSB; and have also vlsited a hiilf-i doBen great Intornatlonal exposltlons. I Judglng from the Boswell and McCue! orchafda, I am ted to the conclualon thal the beat apple reglon of tho world; Is liero ln Albcmarle. ROBERT FRAZER. South Boston Social News. tffpoclol to Thn Tirnpa-Dinpateh.] SOUTH BOSTON, VA., October 3.? Miss Eva Luclle Irby, of Boston, Mass., j who has been vlaitlng her sister, Mrs. I S. W. Dunn, on Jeffernon Street, leftj Thursday for a pleasure trlp West. j Whlle away, she wlll vlsit her i brothers. Mr. John 8. Irby, of Den- j ver, Col.; Mr. Ira Irby, of Garflcld,; Wa'sh., and Mr. O. J. Irby, of Marah fleld, Ore. Her Hallfax brother, Mr. | A. M. Irby, wlll accompany her, and they wlll be absent Beveral months. Miss Rose II. Watklna, who haa been In Denver, Col., for the pnst year, hni returned home much Improved ln health. Mrs. A. B. Willingham and daugh? ter, MIrh Sudle. who havo been spehd tng tho ffummer ln New York, havo returned home. Mr. Martin De Shaza, of Martlnsvllle, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Norman, at "The Garland" thls week. Miss Gene Smythe, of thls place, left Thursday for Lynchburg to take a buslness courso. Mr. Davld L. Norwood and family, of Sallshury, N. C, are vlsltlng rela tlves here. Mrs. Hallle Smlth Howard has re? turned from a pleasant trlp to Ronn oke and other polnts. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brookcs, of thls place, wlll reslde at Charlotte Court house In the future. Mr. Bevcrly Sydnor, of Lynchburg, viBlted hls sister, Mr?. Carrie V. Clarke. here, thls week. Mr. Wllllam McWood, or New York. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ingle thls week. Miss Ruth Slngleton, of Peytonsburg, ls vlsltlng Mrs. James Torlan. Mrs. John Walker has returned to her home In Lynchburg, after a vlstt to her parents, Hon, and Mrs. Joseph Stebblng, at this place. Mrs. J. W. Adkerson left Thursday for Lynchburg to vlslt relatlves. Mrs. S. B. Tuggle. of Keyevllle, is vlsltlng her daughter, Mrs. John O. Watklns. Bon Air Social News. (3p?!Cifil to The Thnes-Dtspatch.] BON AIR, VA.. October 3.?The inl-I tlal meeting of the Llbrary Social took < place Tuesday night. Miss Harrtet Cocke belng the hostess. Each guest j represented a book, and much merri-1 ment was occasloned ln guessing them. The prlzo was awarded M!s3 Augusta | Barfleld, who guessed the greatest i> number. Dellcious refreshments were .! served. Among those present werej 11 Mr. and Mrs. Polk MUler, Mr. and j 'illrs. Douglas Wherry, Mr. and Mrs.! j j r'alrlelgh Copke, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. BulUngton ?nd Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cox, Jr., and Mlsses Powers, Moulton, 1 MUler, Wlthiirs, Talcott. Moore. Mc-1 Clure, Adamson, Wherry, Wren, Scoffin. j of RIchmond; Mesdames Marye, Patton I and Cowen, of Birmlngham, and Messrs. Adamson. McClure, Hazen. Miss Edith Scotnn, o"f RIchmond, was the guest Tuesday of the Misses Cocke. Mrs. Thomas Bransford was recently the guest of Miss Carrie Moore. Mrs. Constance Roblnson, of RIch? mond, apent the week-end wlth Mrs. I A. L. Adamson. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCready were' the recent guests of Mrs. J. H. Botz, on | the Turnpike. Mr. E. P. Cox was the gueat last. week of Mr, J. E. Cox. Mr. Plunkett and Mr. Harry Love- j lace were recent guests of Mr. J. C. j Harry. Miss Ida Pace has returned to her! home after a short vlsit to frlends in; Klchmond. Mr. P. M. Fry. of RIchmond, was; a week-end guest at Le Noel, last week.i Mrs. Clara P. Montag-ue ls vlsltlng her mother, Mrs. F. V. Wtthers. Colonel T. M. R. Talcott and family moved lnto RIchmond Saturday for j the wlnter. Mr. and Mrs. Fairlelgh Cooke and. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Burr returned to Hlchmond Thursday, after spending tho summer dellghtfully at the homes of Mrs. T. P. L. Cocke and Mrs. Bur ton Marye, respectlvely. Mr. Albert Wllllams is a guest of Judge Rlchard Cardwell, in Hanover. Miss Julla Powers, of Forest Hlll, ls the guest of relatlves here. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Ellett were guests Thursday of frlends here. West Point Social News. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.l WEST POINT. VA., October 3.?Mr. Spotswood Bird passed through West Point Wednesday, returnlng to hls home in Baltlmore, after a vlslt of several weeks to hls son. at Klng and Queen Courthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Yeager, after spending several days at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Nunn, left Tuesday for Staunton, whero they wlll reslde. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Morvltz and chil? dren returned Weflnesday after a week's vlslt to Baltlmore. Mr. L. E. Mumford, of Cape Charles, president of the L. E. Mumford Bank lng Company, spent some tlme at the bank hero thls week. Everetto Guthrle, of RIchmond, spent several days recently at the home of hls parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Uuthrie. Miss Myrtle Corr attended the Ro bertson-Grogory marrlage ln Klng Wllllam thls week. Mrs. Thomas P. Bagby is in Norfoik vlsltlng her son, Mr. Thomas Scott Bagby. From there she wlll go to Baltlmore, to bo the guest of her brother, Mr. Charles S. Bagby. Mr. Delos Anderson, who has been employod for the past several years by tho West Polnt Voneer Company, left Monday for Pllot, Va., where ho wlll remaln a few weeks, thence he wlll go to hls old home ln Ponnsyl vania to reslde. Brian Social News. [Snccltil to Tb? Tlmes-Dlapatoh.1 BRIAN, VA., Ootober 3.?Miss Eula Chuan, of Northampton county, Is at Brian, wharo she wlll teach thls wln? ter in the family "of Mr. V. N. Walker, Mr. S. K. Hlserman. of Charlottos vllle, is at Brlan, whero he wlll vo :aln several weeks. Miss Bettle Perklns, of Fluvanna. Is vlsltlng her sister, Mrs, Frank Thomp son. ,, Miss Lula Wheelor, tho prlnclpal of the Brlan graded sehool. ls boarding wlth Mrs. R. N. Talley. ' Messrs.* Whlte nnd Lawmau, of Chorlottosvllle, nnd Stubba, of Rich mund, wero at Brlun thjfcs week. We pay express and freight charges on all purchaaes amounting to $5 and over. ! Special for Tuesday?50c Flannelette Dressing Sacque, embroidered scailoped edge allaround, Kimono sleeves, 25c. Interesting News FOR TUESDAY STORE CLOSED MONDAY ON ACCOUNT OF HOLTDAY. Concerning the New Fall Merchandise! It will pay every economical woman to read it. Now is the time, not only to plan, but to carry out your plans for Fall buying. Besides, we've made our prices unusually tempting for early buyers. Don't miss the many opportunities for saving which we are presenting at the present time. To-day we tell of many of these special values to go on sale Tuesday, but they are a small percentage of those you 11 meet when you visit the store Approved Fall Styles for Women Handsome Tailored Suits, Skirts and Coats Inexpensively Priced All the dtstinctive style cffects for fall and winter of 1908-09 are shown in the handsome garments now offered for your sclection. They are the styles to be worn by good drcssers? beautifully designcd and handsomely tailored?brought to you through our up-to-datc mcrchan dising methods at considjcrably less than you could duplicatc the same class garments elsewhcre. The Handsome Suit Ulustrated Actual $37.50 Value, Only $25.00 Elegaat Miin-Tnilored Sulte. that are fash loned after the lmported models. made of flue broadcloth, ln all the wanted colors. Coats are knee length aeml-fltted. smartlv trimmed wlth satln; dee'p collars and revers: taffeta silk l!nlr?. Full flartng *ore skirts. wlth satln straps to match jackets. tfJOC flA Compared. wlth others at $3..50. J>^J#\i\| these are quite aa good at. ? Handsonwj Voile and Chiffon Panama Skirts, Fall Styles, $8.50, $9.00 and $10 Values for $6.50 Plaln KOi-p model. wlth deep fold fastenod down in front and back. with large covered l.uttona. ndso full flaring olalted tf?/J f"/| atylee, wltb straps of taffeta ot ?pO.*/l/ materlal; a great bargaln. ~ The Neiw Nippon Coat, $20.00 This Suit $25 One of the latest Parislan creatlons. fash ioned ln F.mplre effect, made of broadcloth: tnmtned at neck and walst wlth braid and tailored satln huttona: full btit terftv sleev ts. wlth band of braid around too You will appreelato atyle at $18 & $20 Tailored Suits, $13.89 Sereral New Models, Single- or Donble-Breasted Strictly Man-Tallored Garments of fine qualltv broadcloth or dlagonal serge. ln tho lcadlnK fall ahades. HIp length and threo auarter length coats, slnglo or dotthle breaated. olther plaln tailored or satln trimmed. with or wlthout collar; full length sleeves, with plaln or aatln cuff. Coats are satln Uned. Graceful gore skirts. fin lshed wlth fold. Suits rnade to sell at $18.00 and $20.00; spq clal at . $12.50 Broadcloth Coat, $8.50 Handsome Broadcloth Coat. made 50 inches lone. wlth atyllah .?nuK-fltttng back and shaped front; llned yoke. attractlvoly outllned with braid, trlmmod wlth wlde band of braid runnlnc over shoulders, terminatlng at walst llne In effer tive scroll dcslgn . $13.89 New Fall Millinery Just one style montioned <e> srivo you an tdea. $6.00 A Neat Walking Hat of fine French felt. trimmed In two ahade8 of sllks anA^ullls?a neat walklng hat. (Mall Orde.. "Ued.) $20.00 $8.50 53.00 Silk Underskirt, $3.89 ?ta: sonio $3.89 Heavy grade. all colors. allk taffeta changeable, with deeo ruffles. some shlrred and lots embroidered ruffle; a great bargaln at. Don't Fail to See ithe Big Values Offered in Fancy Dresses for Street Wear. A Special of All Colors, 75c All-Silk, High Lustre, Satin Messaline at 50c yard. Great Domestic Bargains Tuesday Androscoggin L Brand rr-w Cotton, all perfect and | H4E guaranteed the real. ' Real Amoskeag Apron f*?/ Glngham, guarantee to JJ^/ffP wash; all slze checks- ' All the new Fall Percales, in a. varlety of dark grounds; many styles and patterns; the rj., prlce everywhere is 10c a f l 2X. yard; openlng prlce. 7c Apron Glnghams, guaranteed openlng price 25c Unbleached Sheeting, 2*4 thread prlce ;hams, r% t, wash; J//2C S, 2Vi special openlng J[j;C yards wide; heavy, round Tening Infants' Whlte Flannel, soft Tuesday Sale Bed Clothing The lower prices are the result of large buying from leading mills of standard makes. and tlno finlsh; selllng at < g\ 23c, for opening reduced J[*jC to . Twllled Red Wool Flannel, 27 Inches wide; selling at ?*? 35c a yard, for tlie open- ?j)C Ing . Navy Blue All Wool Twllled Flannels. 28 Inches wlde; nH selllng usually at 39c a /J)C yard. openlng. Tho New Outing Flannels, llght grounds and full line ?. n ot strlpes, checks, etc; IUf* sold at 10c and ISttP- 7 New Flannelettes, in the latest Persian border ofl'ect, in -a f\ llght and dark grounds; IIIC selllng at 15c, for openlng Unbleached Canton Flannels, twllled and lleecy; extra goodquaUty; sold usually (*"]' at 9c a yard. for the fJ^cJC openlng . 125<,c Heavy Canton Flannel, ?wlth" lleece; does not ?? *\ wash off; for the open- l\)Q Ing . I2V-JC Dark Flannels, beautlful floral Uesl| all dark grounds G]4o Callcoes, improved jm indl'go blue; all standard Jj? makes . 8c Bleached Cotton. a a ., special for Monday sell- tje'ZC ing, only. (Mall Orders Fllled.) inels, q?, ilgns. 53/4C 5 cases of Whlte and Gray 11-4 Double - Bed Blankets. good weight. overlock edges, wlth piuk or blue borders. Rop-ular Drice. $1.50: spe? cial . 200 palrs of Full Slze tl-4 Blankets. ln whlte or aray; all wool filllnc: heavv fleece. taoe bound edKes: plnk. blue and red borders. Sold r?>eu larlv for $5.00 palr; Epecial at. 15 dozen Heavy Weierht Extra L"-ere Slze Bed Comforts. cov ered wlth fine grade sateens, fllled wlt'- nure whlte sheet cot? ton; Handsome floral and Per slan desltrns: all col? ors. Regular $3.50 value: special at. 50 dozen Double-Bed Stzo Comforts. covered wlth best ouallty flKured silkollne. liuht and dark colorlnes: fijled wlth pure whlte cotton: scroll stltched ouiltlng. Ree ular *'.50 value: spe clal at . $1.00 Teddv Bear Blank? ets. ln plnk and blue. at. Special sn'o Full SIzo LInen - Flnlshed Sheets at. 89c ! tl-4 iy; all !. taoe e and re.l $3.50 iht Extra srts. cov sateens, sheet cot and Per $2.48 3ed Sfzo ?1th best Ine. liuht ijled wlth scroll $1.25 50c 50c 2 cases of White and Gray Extra Large SIzed Blankets. ex? tra fine combed fleece, nlnk blue borders. Regu? lar price, $3.50; special at . $2.50 25 dozen Extra Lar'? Slzo Bid Comforts, fllled wl*' snowv whlte fluffv cotton. covered wlth oest oualltv sllkollnes, well tufted cholce of plaln one slde fiaured both aldes. Regular $2.25 value: special at. 25 dozon Fine Grade Bed Com? forts, covered wlth fine ouallty cambric and silkollne; best whlte sheet cotton fllled: closo scroll-stltchod oulltintr, rich floral and Persian deslgns; ln llght and dar'' color ins:s. Regular Di'ice, $3.00: sDeclal ... 3 cases of Heavv Welcht 11-4 Double-Bed Blankets. have soft llnlsh and co nln the warnith and appearance of all-wool blankets. Cholce of whlte gray. wlth r?"-ted color borders. Worth $2.50; special at. $1.50 Utlca Steamed Sheets. in nlaln hemmed or hemstltched. 90x90: special prlce . ... siue nr $1.50 Bed Com ie ouallty ne; heot led: close ier, rich slgns; ln $1.95 eicht 11-4 have soft 3 warnith all-wool whlte or $1.50 93c Special Dress Goods Bargains for Tuesday 37</2c (Mail Orders Fllled.) 8 l-3c White Check Nainsook, 334c yard. 5c & 6 l-4c Embroidery, good edges, 1 7-8c New Face Veilings Special lo't 50c grade for 25c. In all new effects and coow plaln hatrllnea. ootagon mean, Broall ?mi large dotted mear.. double inest.. slncle wjash.. blaoK and wlilto with or '-"hout dots. Sale of Winter Underwear Now is the time to buy. Such strong values never offered before. -i /-*!_!_? T?? II \1 ' .-. i . ? li ? I .irU/n/' Ttnl/sn CStlta flOOCOd 50c oxtra 59c 75c ers of ! onlv; . long 25c Bovs' and Girls' Fall Welght Vests, Pants and Drawers. ln ecru or sllver co'^"; worth. if sold accordlnc to slzes. to 39c: ono lot inlll run. any slze. all perfect . Womon's Fall Welght Vests and Pants In white. all slzes^atid stvles. also women's extra ~" slze uniierwear. In oeeler ;olors; your cholce ut.... Men'a Underwear under prlce: sneclal qualltv In rlbbed or plaln lleeco at. Natural Wool Underwear kln,i you pald $1.25 for last season: this years prlce . (Mall Ladies' Unlon Suits. fleeced Uned. high neck. long sleeves. whlte or sllvor gray; our prlce . Chlldren's Unlon Suits. extra heavy, lleecod Uned. silk llnlahed: slzes 6. 7, S: prlce, 50e and . Ladies' Unlon Suits, lleecod llned cotton. silver gray. extra slzes S, 9; prlce . Ladies' Knit Corset Covers of Sea Island cotton. ln whlte onlv; heavv wolglit. high neck. long sleeves; edges tinlshed wlth silk: shell stitoh: sizea 4, 5. G: nrlce.. Orders Fllled.) 25c Vests is and 25c 50c r. tho 89c 50c DRESS GOODS. 37?/4e. There will be big dolngs ln the Dress Goods Sectlon Crowda are bound to llock here for the.se Silk Strlpes. Thev aro almost glven awav at this prlce; 5ftc and 60c values: all at. vard... SHARP SKIS, 2Sc YARD. 36 Inches wlde, come in black, white and all colors. r?i* Remembnr, special. only, /"If per yard . SPECIAl, 50c DRESS GOODS. All-wool and all shades new wool fabrtca, Coatlng Serge, Sharp Skln8, Grantles. Pebble Cloth, Imperia! Serge. tlenrletta Herrlngbone Serge. 42-lnch Ba tiste, Hcnrletta Shepherd Checka In new weaves, fancy plalds. 80c YARD DRKSS GOODS. The new dlagotial weave ln all new ahades, tlie klnd you n/t pay $1.25 for elsewhere; X*f<* 40 Inches wlde, for. vwv. $1.25 BLACK VOILE, 11), t?8c. The German, French and Eng llsh Black Volles are all ache duled to go at a very special prlce; this one item ls note worthy, however. Ask to aa to .see this $1.25 h'.ark Mftf 44-lnch Volle at, yard- ?""? S1.25 DRESS GOODS. Sl.OO. Herrlngbone Serge. Strlped Serge, chevron strlpes, Pekln stripes, Armures, satln strlpes, Checked Serge and many other ?weaves to forty-slx Inches wldo; $1.25 val? ue, special, yard. $1.50 BROADCLOTH, OSC YARD. One hundred pleces to go on sale; the range of colors includea smoke, fox, green, olive, mode, red, garnet. plum. brown, navy, royal, delft etc; this cloth haa a twilled back; thus satls- aq factory wear is assured; HqC $1.50 value, at, yard. uv $3 SUITIXGS, ALL YARJO, 91.49. Van Dyke Dlagonals, satln cloths, wlth Pekln strlpes. snad ow strlpe'a: Strlped Broadcloth and a.host of other good weaves; all colors, Includlng black, tope, smoke, /}?i ia ollve, etc; worth $2.00, Jh|^ QgQ $1.00 yard. (Mall Orders Fllled.) Important Sale Irisii Point and Valencienes Laces Tnesday $2.50 Battenburg Centrepieces, 30x30, $1. Figured Crepe Cloth 17c Grade 12 l-2c Large flgure and Persian bor? der. for dressing sacoues and kimonos; u great bargaln for laVjo. (Mall Orders Fllled.) Women's and Misses Sweaters, Special Bargain at $1.00 Made ln coat style. V neck. wlth large pearl buttons. tn whlte. grav and red. v'ith bord*r of dlfferent color a'ako a good comblnatlon. for ?t.O?, $17.00 Smyrna Drugget, 9x12, Special, $10.00. 25c Boys'Wool School Caps, all??\^M $6.50 Boys' Worsted & Corduroy Suits, $3.50 New Mattings A cai'load recelved afwwwb ago: bnuffht $om Rroat-auotlon ^ale. when oonslgnee etus",'. ,, t?k?.,SU: a^MaaaOr^r?-Vl?e^ Sensational Prices in Dressing Sacques and Kimonos 60o Dressing Sacaues. made of gooti flannelette. kimono sieeve, 35o. $1.00 Dressing Hacnues. Porslan border, 50c. Japanese Long Kimono, crene cloth. wlth band, plaln satln front; $2.00 value; special. SI.UO. $5,00 llath nobo; 13.48. to-mort'ow. (Mall Orders Fllled.) _tlpw.ll'll ? -?.?- j. Ul lne Irish Point Lace and Inser"k^eJCoiS The largeat and ni"ost comftiy' ?oentle* Bhowlng ev-r ln this clty: 14-IC.-.,.iJ* l-'.w to IVj luclies wldo: prices. .*, P,?r."al lol yard Lo *t.a5. Thev aro mar'l! "" ;1' . l to aoll less than half p- "iio-nv.aiter Don't fall to see great valuf , iju,, (Mall Ordera Fin.ton. lor. 3Bo Tuhle Unt-o. ??-!?? wlde, 10c. $2.50 Men's and Boys' Felt Hals, black ot gray. 89c. 25c English Nainsook, 36 inches wide, Tuesday, per yard. 15c. JflCHMONJfS JFCONOMV CgNTER 1 "lOo Whlte Indla Uuen. S^ffiJ 201-203 Tiast Broad MA/jL OPD?/?S FJLLED AT ADVERTISED PP/C?S N'oiwood. Men's 50c Lisle Web Susp.r,*ht'*. Y,n,na special for Tueseay, 25c. sdesi v . Bertlia UarKtir, . ? . ? , .!.<>! upwftrd?ii ih $tiu to the ?ec? 25c Women'. Pure L^e iv.igMj, at broidered Collars, Tuesf'i?,(>8 to oe*'ry rlve ?of two or m?n -:_;?tj-fts to e%v\y eJahf ?_? ? Kotrauce fee. iXM: