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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA.
?ND GOSSIP Suit For 41,000 Acres of Land in Bath. THE TOMB OF MONROE Governor Tyler Invited to Deliver an Address ntNouthern Pino* fc'. c -Paylne 1'ciiHlons to Widows or | Conf odcrnto Noldlora ? dinner lo Blavyo Land nnd Brldgo Company News Kote? of Interest. (Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, V.o., April 1.?A citizen of] Bath county, who says ho is Sil years j of age, wrote Governor Tyler to-day telling him of a suit which is now being pressed in the courts of Hath county to obtan the title to 41,000 acres of land In that county, lying on the eastslde of Composture river, and on both Bides tho road from Warm Springs to Staun ton. Tho land is claimed under grants from tho State issued in 179G. The writer says he heard some of the oldest inhabitants say when he was a young| man that the land had never been sur? veyed. He wishes the Governor to have the Register of the Land Office Investi? gate the matter, as he thinks the State owns the land and is entitled to the revenue from It- It Is understood that there are numerous settlers on the land who have occupied their present homes | for years. If the land has never been surveyed and granted It Is said these settlers will lose their homes, as the statute giving them title after peacc uble possession for a certain period, cannot be invoked, they having no color or title. ThlB question would have to be settled by tho courts. "Squatter sovereignty" has in more than one State of the Union been tho subject of hot political contests and bloodshed. If the settlers on the land in contro? versy In Bath county arc dispossessed, or nn attempt Is made to dispossess them, there Is going to be trouble for the man who tries to servo the eject? ment writs. PRESIDENT MONROE'S TOMB. The attention of Governor Tyler has been directed by Superintendent John R. Hooper, of Hollywood Cemetery, to the neglected state of the tomb of Prsident James Monroe- In a letter to tho Governor Mr. Hooper says that Borne years ago ona of the copper in? scription platC3 was stolen from the I tomb, and owing to the fact that the other was about to fall off, he had itj taken to a place of safety. The lot and monument belong to the State of Virginia. Mr. Hooper wishes | tho Governor to have them put in a state of repair. VIRGINIA'S ADVANTAGES. Mr. A. M. Clarke, president of the Board of Trade of Southern Pines, N. C, and Hon. P. H. Beck, the Mayor, have written Governor Tyler, Inviting | him to deliver nn address at a meet? ing in that city April 17-22. The meet-I lng Is for the purpose of bringing to the South more Northern capital. The | letter states that Northern men un? doubtedly have made Southern Pines, and that It Is desired to further en? courage moneyed men from the North to locate in the South. It Is slated that 1,000 Northern men are expected to be present. The Governor'ls asked to make nn address outlining the advantages which Virginia offers to capitalists and man-1 ufneturers from the North. in tin event that the Governor cannot attend the meeting he Is asked to send a rep? resentative who will make an address. The Governor is aiso?ashed to send a delegate from each Congressional Dis? trict of the State. CAPITOL NOTKS. Governor Tyler was notified by thi Secretary of War to-day that Privat? Miles Smithaon, of Company A, Fourth| Virginia, had been honorably discharg? ed. Governor Tyler Is receiving about three Invitations e\ ry day to deliver addresses at various school cemm :nce mcnt3 in the State. PAYING OUT PENSIONS. Auditor Marye to-day began paying out pensions to disabled Confederate soldiers and their widows. About sev? enty-five applicants, chiefly from Rich? mond, were given their warrants. Mr. E. L. C. Scott, of the Auditor's oflieo. has charge of this work, and he, nnd .the clerks of the Treasury Department will be/kept busy for the next week or two. The total amount which the State pays out in pensions is $llo.()0i). The amount received In each case ranges from Sir, tr, $100. There are abaut 3,000 pensioners on the rolls. A GREAT ENTERPRISE. The Mayo Bridge and Land Com? pany this morning, in the Circuit Court, was granted a charter, which authorizes it to acquire Mayo Bridge and appurtenances, to improve real es? tate, construct and operate quarries, mills, factories, and steam and electric plants. Its capital <;tock la fixed at not less than $2;">,000 nor more than $500,000, divided Into shares of $io each. Real estate can he held <0 the amount of $10.000. T'ne oflieers are Messrs. Ware B. Gay, of Richmond, president; II. w. vVcs.-;on, trea.--.irer and assistant secre? tory; Julius Bakor, secretary und as Colds aro easily taken and oft on de? velop into bronchitis or consumption. You should euro a cold promptly with Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup. This celebrated remedy in most effi? cient and will euro a cold at onco. mptly cures Stubborn Colds. vtosc? a>? small and pleasant to lake. Doctors . tfcconiwaud it. Price *$ ctt. At ail d: nights. Ii I do not believe there is a case of dyspep? sia, indigestion or any stomach trouble that cannot be re? lieved at once end permanently cured by my DYSPEPSIA curvE. MUNYON. At all druggists, 25c. n viol. Guido to Health and medi? cal advice fr*e. 1505 Arch street, Pbila. plstant treasurer. Directors?Messrs. Ware n. Gay, George H. Ball, Charlea I H. Ball, Horace H. .Stevens and H. W. Wesson. All of the gentlemen, except | Mr. Gay, are of Boston. THE VIRGINIA BOAT CL.UB. ,The Virginia Boat Club expected to | have its annual opening to-day, usual, for the season, but James river | played an April 1st joke on the boat? men, and instead of the inauguration of j the reason's pleasure they are protect? ing their property from the rising tide of the stream. Carpenters are restor? ing the damage, amounting to about| twelve hundred dollars, done by the lc> gorge during the winter, and the boat house would have been ready for to? day's celebration but for the Inter? ference of the water. A splendid new float, built for the boat club., was re? cently finished and towed to its anchor ace in front of the boat house, and but] for the Hood all would have been ready. A MEMORIAL. TABLET. The memory of Rev. W. T. .lolley, the | first pastor of Randolph Street Baptist.. Church, will be honored by the ladies of that church by placing of a very handsome tablet and an oil painting of | the deceased in their church on the 16th. It was expected that this would; be done on the 14th of March, but On] account of the recent freeze the marble did not arrive In time. It has since been received, and Is In the hands of the workmen. It will be ready by the ICth of April, when the unveiling Is expected to take place at 4 p. tn. Rev. J. B. Hutson, Dr. W. E. Hatcher nndl Rev. George M. Daniels, the present pasior. will make addresses, and other | ministers will take part. TOWN OF SUFFOLK Easter Music Programs of the Churches To-Day. Dcnfti of Sirs Rlarjr ,lHrkann-l.nu?r F.gX IlntKn-Dnii Ilroibrr* linftruv Ing-Goitlnt; Bendy for Biinlneaa. People Our Kontier? Jinutr. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Suffolk, Va? April 1.?The anniver? sary of Christ's resurrection will bo elaborately observed In Suffolk. The several church choirs have prepared varied programs of Joyful songs in commemoration of the event. The most gladsome. Joyous church music of all the year happens here on Kastor, and the tuneful carols to-morrow will bo good to hear. The prospects point to a| Kood day and that will mean some? thing spectacular in bonnets and gowns- Here are some additional pro? grams: ST. PAUL'S P. E. ?MORNING SER? VICE. Voluntary?"Easl r Morning"..Mailing, (Toho picture.) Processional? "l'e Choir of New Jerusalem" . Spinney j Chant?"Christ, Our Passover"..Crotch Gloria . Steele Te Deum . Martin Jubilate Deo . Aldrich Kvrie EIclsou . Tours Gloria Lin . Field 1 Offertory?"He is Risen" .Clare Sahctus . Camtdgo! Gloria in Excctsla . Old Chant Recesstional sue. Postlude?"Jesus Christ is Risen To-day" . Armstrong] C O'CLOCK SERVICE. Voluntary Processional March...Pel; Processional -IIS. Gloria . Steele- I Magnificat . Kettle Nunc Dimittls . Turtc Offertory?Soprano Solo: "Resur? rection" . Miss Virginia Jordan ] Recessional 614. Postlude March . Lepturc-Wily | CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Organ Prelude, "Easter March".... .E. L. Ashford I Choir and full Chorus, "All Praise to Thee." Solo and Quartet, "Theme That Keeps Me Singing," Mrs, Liz? zie Carr Brinklcy, Miss Julia Brinklev. Mrs. W. T. Art man, Mr. W. W. Ballard, Mr. J. F. L?tz la. Choir and full Chorus, "AH lluial Christ Is Risen." Solo, "Three Holy Days'* . .W. P. Sudds I Male Quartette ami Chorus. "Soul of Mine." Messrs. LotzSa, Meakln, Ballard nod Carr. Offertory by Choir, " 11 illicit) iah" ... .G so. Mark Evans I Easier Offering. Choir and full Chorus, "Open the Gates." Quartette, "King All Glorious". .L. O. Emerson I Miss Harvey, Mrs. Artman, Mr. Ballard, Mr. Lotzln. Choir and full Chorus, "Tell Me of My Savior." Choir and full Chorus. "We Shall Understand it Better." Postlude, Gloria In Excclsls? Mozart [ BAPTIST CHURCH. MORNING SERVICES. Prelude, "Easter Variation?" ..... .Doplantary Intermezzo V. ?'.Maseagnll "Awake! Thou that Sleepest". .Elchhoen "Sweet Easter Bells".Herbert Triumphal March .Leinmcns EVENING SERVICE. Prelude, "Fifth Symphony" ?. .... "Ave Maria".Clark "Christ Is Risen" .Adams Tenor Solo, "Man. of Sorrows".... .Mills Ea3ler March .Merkel MRS. JACKSON DEAD. Mrs. Mary Jackson, relict of tho late Thomas Jackson, died at 11:45 o'clock this morning at her home, No. 24 Syca? more street. The deceased had been a great sufferer. The funeral will take place Monday afternoon from the res? idence. Dr. Staley will preach It. The Interment will be In Cedar Hill. Mrs. Jackson was a native of Hertford, N. C. The following children survive: Mrs. W. W. Goodwin, Miss Myra R., Thomas A., George A. nnd Charles R. Jackson, of Suffolk, and Henry T. Jack? son, of Roper, N. C. Mrs. Jackson was a sister of Mr. George L. Arpe, of Nor? folk. THREE EGG HUNTS. Miss Lucy P. Dumville, teacher of the Junior League at the Main Street Methodist Church, gave tho members and egg hunt this afternoon on River vis w Heights. About 100 egga were hidden, nnd the children had a merry time in the search. Miss Marguerite Phillips gave nn egg hunt this afternoon to an invited party of young friends at the home of her parents, Mr. and airs. H. R. Phillips, Bank nnd Franklin streets. A pleas? ant time was had. The Children's League will have tho same kind of hunt Monday afternoon at St. ratal's P. E. Church. DAN BROTHERS IMPROVING. A letter came to-day from Las Vegas, New Mexico, where Miss Maggie Brothers went to be with her brother, Mr. Daniel Brothers, 'who has been there several months for his health. The cheerful news was sent that Mr. Brothers Is rjetting better. EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL. The monthly social meeting of the Main street Methodist Church Epworth League happened last night, with Mrs. M. A. Tucker, on Main street. There was a big crowd present, and the oc BLOOD CURE SENT FREE. A ( uro for Kloml noil Slilii DIsenNc*. KcEentHf Pimples, Hemlutai nionti l*Ulaoli( Cancer, Hiiiiiny ! rouble. MEDICINE SENT ALL CHARGES PREPARED Got rid of the Had Blood In your sys? tem and you get rlo of 11>>? Diseases. Over thirty years ?g.) Dr. Gtllam, the d 1 s 11 n gutshed Atlanta special? ist, discovered pclentlllc com? bination of reme? dies that had the effect of literally driving the pois? oned, diseased matter out of the crrect, building up the broken clown constltu DR. GILLAM. tlon. This remedy is known as B. R. u.? (Botanic. Blood Balm), and has gained a wido world renown, so that It is for sale everywhere. That overy sufferer may test iJts wonderful curative powers, as-am? ple bottle, will he sent, frcb of charge, mid prepaid, to anyone who writes for it. This a liberal offer, to prove at our ix Dense that B. R. B. cures all Itlood and Skin l?:stas,s. Thousands upon th.iu Kinda have been cured, even after doc? tors and all other remedies hod utterly railed. If you have <?M, persistent sores, pim? ples, distress ng eruptions of the skin, painful sores on hands, arms or legs, itching sensation, irritating sk'.n troubli ?, ocsctnot scrofula, ulcers, Rlo ?<! Poison, fovor sores, mercurial rheumatism, face covered with little sores, causer or any Mood taint?then give II. R. B. a tr.uJ, because B. R. B.?Bc4an!e Blood Balm? is made for Just such eases, and it cures, to stay cured, all stubborn blood discuses. That distressing affliction. Eczema, is al? ways cured by th' use of two to six bot? tles. Deadly Oar.oor of the face, neck, legs, lip. eating cancer or sores, cured by B. It. n.?l'.oic.r.i ? BCood Balm. B. B. B. ? ures by driving tho deadly, virulent pi son, which causes cancer, out of the I liscd. This is; the, only cure und R. II. It. is the only remfdy that can do this. In tho sann way I:. 11. B. eure? Blood Poison, whether Inherited or acquired, producing ulcers. painful swell ngs, Hotehse, pimples, coppe-r-eolored spots, i'ill!:)?' of th" hair, sores In the throat or tongue, scrofula. B. B. B. tested for 30 yours. Large l?>t11 S f >r sale bv all drug? gists fir $1.00. or 6 bottles (full trea&mem), 15.00. Cor sample bottlo address Blood It.ilni CO., SI Mit hell street. Atlanta, Gn., and trial bottle I medical book win i?j smt. all charges prepaid. Describe your trouble and w< will include free medical advice. suffolk ADVERTISEMENTS TO PILK DRIVERS.?I WIIJL GIVE $i? to have twelve piles driven and it each for all over 12, at Iteid's Ferry. JOHN P. COW I.I NO, Suffolk, Va. It VTOTIOB OF DISSOLUTION. ?THE A> nubile Will please take notice that the Arm heretofore conducting tho lum? ber business under the llrm name of the NANSEMOND LUMBER COMPANY, of n hi U the individual members were C. J. Dennis J. H. Stewart and P. II. Deans, has til's div b*en dissolved by mutuai c >n? nt, tho mid P. II.Deans hereby withdrawing from said Arm. The sard C. J l>-ii!i!s and J. II. Stewart take all the assets and properly of the said !lrm. and assume al! the debts duo by said firm. Witness our hands the. 29th day of March, IVjJ. C. J. DKNN1S. .1. II. STKWART, P. 11. DEANS. We hereby nitlfy our friends that wo will still continue the lumber business as lc-retoie.ro under the firm name of the N UNSEMOND LUMBER COMPANY. March 29, im. j DENNIS, J. 11. STEWART. I take pleasure In recommending the above llrm to tho full confidence of the public. March 29, 1899. mhSO-Cl_P. II. DEANS. FOIt MAYOR TOWN OF SUFFOLK? JUN1US T. PARKER, subject to Democratic Primary. Will tight to a fin? ish, mhlti-tf "171 OR RE-ELECTION AS MAYOR jp Town of Suffolk?R. L. BREWER, J \ Subject to Democratic Primary. mhlt-tf_ rrillR ONLY WAY MOST MEN WILL I save money is a little at a time, sys ti matte saving. The experience of prac? tical men who know, Bay that a good w-.:- to save money Is to tnve. t In HPK INSURANCE, it means laying aside a small amount each year and receiving or. money back with large profits at a tlmo when you need it most. For this p,iri*)so the host pol.ey Is the Lifo Rate endowment Issued by tho Union Central. Cor full Information call on or write to WOODWARD & ISLAM, Suffolk, Va. casic. was much enjoyed. There were I readings by Misse? Mayo Carpenter and Annie Hiirff. Miss Mary Vandersllco played two piano solos. A unikue and' IntertBtinf; game called the "Floral Love Story" was Indulged in. After that came refreshments. GETTING HEADY TO KNIT. The Messra. Cobb, proprietors of the Suffolk Knitting Mills, to-day got in thirteen rew knitting machines. The plant wilt soon be in operation. NBWS OF PEOPLE. Rev. Robert Williams, of the Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, will preach Sunday morning and evening at the Presbyterian Church. The pastor, Rev. William Chlnn, will administer communion in the forenoon. Mrs. W. L. Hubbard left this morn? ing to visit friends in Cr I tt enden. A package of taffeta ribbon wns lost to-day on Main or Washington streets. Mr. John L. Gay has returned from Klnston, N. C. At the Christian Church San ley even? ing Dr. W. W. Staley'.- subject will pe "Echos From the Empty Tomb." Mrs. Lizjtie Carr Brlnkley will sing a solo. Rend Mr. Cowling's notice to pile drivers. Colonel H. M. Macleary, who is pone ral manager of a new railroad being constructed in North Carolina, came to? day to vl.-lt his family In Suffolk: Miss Annie Polk, or Norfolk, arrived In Suffolk to-day to see her mother, Mrs. M. A. Dolk. on Pltener street. Miss Mary Deik, who teaches school at Driv? er, also oi'.mo. Mrs. M. J. Walker and Miss Sallic Walker, of Rieiimo-d. arrived to-day for a visit to the former's daughter, Mrs. M. Ti Pinner's Main street. Contractor George L. Horum return? ed to-day from Franklin. Rev. w. T. Green's sublect nt the Main Street Methodist Chutch Sunday morning will b^ "Resurrection." THE NEWS OF NORFOLK (Continued from Sixth Pag.-.) DR.HUNTER INJURED. DISLOCATES A SHOULDER AND BREAKS AN ARM. Dr. H. T. Hunter, the well known and popular physician, fell out of a chair at his office, 386 Main street, last night and broke his left arm and dislocated the shoulder. The ambulance war. called for and he was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital for treatment. His son, Dr. E. D. Hunter, left his bedside this morning at i o'clock to visit some patients, and reports that his father was resting comfortably. In spite of his nge no serious consequen? ces are apprehended. Dr. Hunter Is one of the oldest prac tlctloners In Norfolk, and his numerous patients and friends will regret to learn of this accident. Trouser may lie your only sprlnrr need. The variety of our line will make the problem easy. RUDOLPHI & WALLACE, 33n Main street nfnalenl and Mn-rnry Eufertnlnnieni Tuesday evening next, the 4th instant, a rnre musical and literary entertain- ; ment will he given in the lecttire-room of Queen Street M. E. Church, under the auspices of the young lady workers. The very best talent In the city bus been encaged and n superb concert may be confidently looked for. The perform? ance will begin promptly nt S o'clock. Following Is the program: Vocal Solo?"The Two Grenadiers" .',. Shuman Mr. William Richards-' Piano Duet . Selected Misses Dey and Phllpotts. Soprano Solo . Selected Mrs. Cora Pullen. Recitation . Selected Mr. John Fletcher. Bass Solo?"Haunt of the Witches" .Cassarc Mr. William Richards. Piano Solo. Selected Miss P.essie Berry man. Vocal Duett .Selected Mrs. II. M. Mackan and Mrs. Charles H. Banks. Vocal Solo?"Jack's the Boy".Jones Mr. William Richards. Accompanists?Mrs. I* <le It- Berry, Miss Mary Dey, Prof. Charles Herd. THE POLITICAL POT. HAS BEGUN TO BOIL IN THIS SEC? TION. The political pot has begun to.boll in nil of the counties of this section. The Democratic /Executive Committee of Princess Anne county will meet at the ccurthouse this week for the purpose of calling a convention to nominate candidates for county ofllces, The Dem? ocrats have carried this county In na? tional and Congressional elections, and the Democrats believe if a good ticket Is selected they will be successful in May. For the ofllces of treasurer, sher? iff and Commonwealth attorney there are several candidates for the nomina? tion. When Trnvi lllttg. Whether on pleasure bent or business, take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Pigs, as it acts most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys, liver, and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches, und other forms of sickness. For sale In 50 cenl bottles by nil leading drug? gists. Manufactured by the California Pig Syrup Co. only. The largest and finest corps of work? men in the South produce the gar? ments that bear our label. RUDOLPHI & WALLACE, iio3 Main street. IMiotocrnplile Xotlcc I niporlnn i. To show the new Easter styles J. H. Paber will make one dozen photos for the price one-half dozen, during Easter week only. Now Is your chance to hove your new suit photographed at half pi ice. Comer Church and Mhtn streets, Norfolk: 2Q8 High street, Portsmouth; and Suffolk. ap2-2t We make special mention of our Ox? ford suitings. No grade more stylish and. dressy. RUDOLPHI & WALLACE. oJ3 Main street. PEOJjL'ES FORUM. NOTE.? The People s Forum b-dns freely open to nil pntllcs, classes, per? sons, views and capacities, the Vlr ginian-PIIOt is responsible for none of the statements nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nor for the stylo In which they are set forth. The Ignorant and uneducated shall be heard hero euually with the learccd. PUBLIC MEETING SUGGESTED. Editor Virginiun-I'ilot: I write to suggest that n public meet? ing be called to condemn the course of the government in continuing the war in the Philippines, which is costing the lives of hundreds?yes, thousands?of our boys who never expected to be used to shoot down the poor natives of those islands, because they will not consent to "submit unconditionally" to the demand that they become the slaves of whatever authority may be put over them- This senseless and wicked war should cease, and It is high time that the voice of the peo? ple was heard; and that the sickening record r?f the daily killing "f our sol? diers and the terrific destruction of thousands of men, women and children, as well as th-.- burning of the homes of these poor Malays. BltOtlld bo ended by the command of those who h hi that "government should exist only by t on sent of the governed." At this Easter j senson let all good citizens pray that I our country may no longer prosecute 1 this bloody and needless war. AM IClUCAN. M ,? Ij. 3 Ti A ft. BiL<OOD,tl?VESiili..9JWGS. ?I "DENSMORE" and YOST TYPEWRITERS, Special Agents, THE HUME-aiNOR CO.; 240 MAIN STREET. R. BOSS, Salesman. Repairing a specially. uih26-eoc!lw P. J, MALBON. ?DEALER IN? Hardware, Gutters, &c 109 COMMERCIAL PLACE, Keep on band a complete stock of the above from the best manufacturers in the country. An examination of stock and prices invited. flRkVOLUTlON IN NORFOLK T?s Virginia cafe am Bakery, Hie handsomest place In tho- c'.tjr, oro prepared to servo their patrons with tho finest line of HIGH ART CONFECTIONS AND BAKED DELICACIES ever supplied In Norfolk before.!! In the cafe can he found nny thing from a neat delicate flavored cup of coffee, to a banquet spread. l.uuics especially In? vited. Cocils delivered to any part or tho city fee of charge. mh2l-Cm FOR RAT,R. ? A-n IPKAL HOME IN the land of sunshine nnd flowers, three mil's from the postofllcc. In tho city of Norfolk. Va.. lO'-ated Inimcd'ately OR salt water, contains about seventy ai res, ten nercs In woods, balanco In high slate of cultivation; about quarter of a mile frontaue on salt water; lino ovster Rrounds on which oysters can bo raised for family vise In abundance, nnd for market; house of fourteen rooms With additions, _abundance of purest water riRht atjTTbo"eT?or, grounds about tho house covered with line shade trees. Shrubbery, choice Mowers, vines, etc. Barns, out-hbuso of four rooms for help, about one hundred pear trees. Duchess variety, about fifty Blcklcs pear, also peaches, Japaneso plums, all In bearing. Connected With tho city by line sheli road For terms and further Information eall on or address II. C. HOGGARD f-. CO., 1'i Hunk street. Norfolk, Va. jalD-su,wc-tf_ COBB, BROS. & CO., BROKERS. 159 MAIN ST.. opposlto Atlantic Hotel. Execute orders In cotton, grain, elthor on margin or buy and sell outrlghL Private wire to New York, Chicago and New Orleans. Correspondence solicited. niy27-eod-tf _ STTnGIL-gu TTE.RS, Kiibber and Steel Stainp3. Railroad, Hotel, llaKg'>Ce nnd llross Checks. Seals, bailees, Stencil nnd Stamp Inks, Pads, Haters, etc. PHCBNIX Stamp and stencil works, Job Printers, Cor. Nlvlson and Church Sts, DO YOU KNOi?i MHHT ? RKNOVATING HAIR MATTRESSES. Wo have all kinds In slock, and rnado of best materials. V/II.DARR E. BROWN*. i 1S3 Main street. Waxing Warm THE SALE OF THE J. B, THOMAS ?HB GEO. C. GILL f i ? & I it i Stock of shoes has begun in earnest. Hundreds of eager buyers with happy hearts leave the store daily with the greatest bargains ever offered to the people in this line before. SHOES ARE A NECESSITY? You are bound to have them. Why not buy them now while you can 3k SAVE ONE-HALF THE PURCHASE PRICE! S ONE PILE- CHIBRENPS SPRING HEEL SHOES THAT WERE $1.00. dosing Out Price, 25c, pair ONE PH.E( OP LADIES' BUTTON SHOES IN AM. SHAPES. THAT HAVE BEEN SELLING KOR $2.00 A PAIR. Closing Out Price, 49c, ON 10 PFLE LADIES' HAND SEWED SHOES, LACE AND BUT? TON THAT SOLD POR $3.00 AND $1.00 A PAIR. Closing Out Price, $1,09 ONE PILE MISSES' SPUING HEEL SHOES, SOME LACE AND SOME BUTTON, TH AT HAVE BEEN SELLING AT |1.50 AND $2.0*. Closing Out Price, 69c. ONE PILE LADIES' BUTTON AND LACH SHOES THAT HAVE BEEN SELLING FOR $2.50. Closing Out Price, 7Sc, ONE IM LB INDIES' OXFORD TIES THAT WERE $150. Closing Out Price, 39c, Giesing ONE PILE LADIES' OXFORD V TIES THAT WERE $2.00 AND $3.50 A H PAIR m Out Price, 89c. j? ONE PILE BOYS' SHOES THAT WERE $1.50 Closing Out Price, 69c. % ??-?-2 ONE PILE MEN'S SHOES THAT WERE $3.00 A PAIR. . Closing Out Price, 98c. ? ST. Wo. 350 m