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PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS- continued
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NOHH'S HRK
It is the talk ot tlie whole country around. The store has been crowded since the
first announcement of the sale, and thousands of shrewd buyers have taken advantage
of this wonderful money-saving opportunity. Every dollars worth of stock must be
sold. Prices this week even lower than before. You can't afford to miss this chance,
and you'll be wise to be here early.
208 High St., Portsmouth, Va
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One, lot of white P. EC. nncl Duck Vests.
Worth $1.7;> ami $2.00, to go at
75c. and $1.00.
Ono lot of Shirt::, consisting of Fancy
Porcalcs, worth S0c.. l?c. and J1.00, to no at
31c
Coat Collar Springs that sold for 13c., to
Co at
6c
Men':; Derby and Alpine Hats, all of our
$1.00, J1.25, ?1.G0 graded to"?i;o at
Arrow Prand Collars, worth 15c.,
Arrow Brand Cuffs, worth 25c,
75c
8c
13c
MEN'S SUITS
Worih S7.50 for S3.98
Just think of It! Men's well-made Suit*
In fancy mixed Cheviots and Caaslmcrcs,
lu light and dark shades?tho samo Kults
that actually told at $0.00 and i7..".0? to go
$3.98
SLASHING
I MEN'S PANTS.
at
MEN'S SUITS
Worth $10 for $4.98
Creat lot of Men's ltliiek Clay Worsted
Suits, splcnd'dly lined and well sewed?
perfect In lit and finish?worth every cent
of llr.OO?will ko for
$4.98
Sweet, Orr & Co. Overalls and Jumpers,
59c
Monarch Shirts, worth $1.00 and $1.25,
69c
MEN'S SUITS
Worth $12 for $6.40
At tlila popular price you can take your
pick of one Inn.di"d Men's Nobby Suits.
made of all-wool Cheviots, Casstmerea anil
Worsteds, which we sold at Ji'J.Oo. A
lean saving of almo.-t half.
Every pair cut regardless of cost. The
prices will actually surprise you, but It's
our loss and your gain.
$1(0 Pants will go for DSC.
$1.00 Pants will go for $1.SD.
J.voo Panta will go for $2.1?.
?C.0O Pants will go for $2.?S.
Men's Suspenders.
Lot of Men's? Pine Suspenders, in Can
lab or Cuyot styles: also leather ends,
which sell at 25c. and 35c?will go for
17c
Men's Garters.
15c. grade, 9c
25c. grade, 12c.
250 Roys' Shirt Waists, in as many
styles, worth from 25c. to 75c, to go at
15c
Just received another lot, probably tin last o: the season, as the fac?
tory can not supply tin- demand, it has be n a good advertisement for
us, so we will sell this lot as cheap as before*?3 Burners, 79c.; 4 Burn?
ers, JMS. If these Stoves arc worth a cent they aro worth JJ 50, but they
go ns adv< rttsed.
lien's Handkerchiefs.
Men's largo size Handkerchiefs?hrm
?titohed, wiili plain or colored borders
worth 250.?for this sale your choice
9c
Men's Belts.
Eot of Men's Leather Belts, with har?
ness and covered buckles, all colors, worth
60c, wdl go for
37c
Lot of Men's Pelts, worth 75c, will go
for
50c
Men's Hosiery.
Lot. of Men's Kino Seamless Half Hose,
[In black and tan shades, guaranteed fast
[colors, worth 15c, during this Bale
6V,c
?tfc
MEN'S SUITS
Worth $15 for $8.65
Immense lot of Men's flno grade Dress
Suits?typical tailor mad.?every stitch
and button-hole done well. They're Just
auch t-'uits as you would pay $15.00 and
$16.50 for < iscwhero, Tin y go at the Inslg
ulilcant prlco of
$3.65
SLASHING
BOYS' SUITS.
What a terrible cutting In prices here,
every Suit In our big stock Included. You
can take your pick, and at prices for less
than actual cost. Reefer and double
breasted styles sizes 3 to 10 years.
J2.00 Suits will go for 97c
J.1.00 Suits will go for $1.15.
13.50 Suits will go for $1?"."..
$1X0 Sti'ts will go for $135.
J5.00 Suits will go for J2.9S.
One lot of Boys' Knee Pants, ages 4 to
15, to go at
13c
French Balbriggan Underwear
lOc. grade to go at 39c.
25c grade to go at lSU.c.
Ono lot String Tics, in tho newest ef?
fects, worth 25c,
Gyic each
All Fancy 25c. Hose now
Boys' Long Pants Suits
$3.97
For big Poys. sizes II to 19 years, and
for small Men, up to ::.". Inch breast meas?
urement. They're made of extra line
Cheviots and Caaslmcrcs, in the newest,
neatest and nobbieal Spring patterns. We
sold thoin right In re for $fi .',<) and $7..V>,
but they must go, and we offer the choice
lor
"$T97
WASHABLE SUITS
AND KNEE PANTS
?AT
$1.00 and $1.2". Wash Suits will go for 39c.
$1.50 and $2.00 Wash Suits will go for C5e.
25c and 3"c. Knee Pants will go for 13c
Men's Striped Office Coats.
Lot of Men's Stripe Office Coats, In sizes
from 34 to 44, worth 75c, will go at
36c
One lot White Lawn Pow Tics, worth
5c Your choice, ,
4c each
TMOAH'S ARK LIBRARY.
Buy ono of our
READ IT bring It
other ono of the 25
. novels at 10c.. or on.- of our 10c. Novels at 5c.
:k in good condition and wo will let you have an?
wies at 7.-. and a 10c. one at 3 cents.
7-room house, two
lots i n Scottsville,
$1,500.
House and two lots
in Prentis Place, $700,
Two lots in Prentis
Place, very reasonable.
200 of the most de?
sirable lots in Park
View.
100 fine lots in Pren?
tis Place.
100 select lots in
##^##^^^^^#^##^#^#^#^#^#f; pinner's Point.
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Tt?
Will present an entirely different &
aspect when furnished, with our ^*
handsome Furniture, Carpets, 4{?
Curtains, Parlor
9 Desks and Couches
The prices are as
reasonable as the goods are reliable.
Two lots Virginia
FASHIONED II avenue. Cottage Place,
$480. .
50 lots in Brighton
from $50 up.
Two lots on River
view avenue. Must be
Suits, Bedroom Suits, 1
t GET AHEAD
Alapaca Coats.
50c and 75c. Knee Pants will go for 37c.
All our $1.50 grade, 99c
All our {2.00 grade, $1.29.
All our $.1.00 grade, $1.19.
Straw Hats.
All our 75c. grade, 39c.
All our 50c. grade, 19c.
All ?dr Sl.W grade, ?5c.
All our $1.50 grade, DSC.
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m
Of the flies by putting in some of }| | SO Id Wlttlikl neX? teil
our tine screens.
our s
$ KEEP AHEAD?gy riding one of ,
$fc Bicycles, best made
I THREE WAYS?Of savjng time and labor: Have a
b.iby Carnage ior ihe youngster,
a Buck's Stove to cook on, and one of our Refrigera
jjg tors to keep the viands in this summer.
116 and 118 HIGH STREET
COUPONS
i a-a 'q days'
pleudid \ J
Lot o n Glasgow
street, near Court,
$1,200.
Lotsonuottage Place
all prices.
CONSIDERABLE MONEY has been made at Pinner's Point within
the last three years, aiul now that MONEY PANICS and WARS are ended
these profits will be more than doubled within the next two years
If you have money to invest PINNER'S POINT is the place to put it,
either from a speculative view or interest bearing b.i>i<
. We began when Pinner's Point began, and can 'consequently nut you
on the ground floor as to cost ot properly here.
Our collecting department is handling nine-tenths of the rental business
In this section, and all or the property we have in charge is payin? well
Our references as to promptness, management and financial responsi- I pjye rs
HALF- PRICE!
For 10 days from this date,
I will sell the
?T HALF PRICE,
?bility are second to none.
A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS TO OFFER QUICK BUYERS
Average sales, Six Thousand Dollars per month for three years
?IAS. F. H
Real Estate, Rents and Loans.
>n? 1373. Pinner's Point, Va
Agent for the Pinner's Point Land Companies.
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THE BEST MAnr ?
(w. St j. pkrker's)
EUREK? FLOUR.
IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT TRY IT.
guarantee. Nothing better made. Call and see
the machine. Sold on EASY PAYMENTS,
W- N. WHITE,
108 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA.
If*
DOCTORS DISAGREE !
Sometimes ov<r points In professional
practice, but they will agree that wo put
up and compound their prescriptions with
more care and with the heat and freshest
drugs that can tie dispensed anywhere.
Wo do not get all tho prescriptions the
doctors write, but wo do get most of tho
difficult ones?and wo are satisfied.
a'JrlSs
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG?
GISTS,
Cor. Court and County and
r, - . ,r ^ffi*00 neaJLBart street.
All Patent Medicines at Cut Rates
Both "phones.
Two lots Port Nor
folk at a sacrifice.
We Have Three Experienced Men to Hang Our Wall Paper.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED.
224 HIGH STREET.
Out of town orders solicited.
You buy the lot and
Ml loan the- money-Hr
HO Per Cent, is Big Bnterest.
If sold In the npxt five days, 1 have for sale two double hou-sc* and two va?
cant lots adjoining tint will pay W per cent, on the price a.*ke<i. These bouses aro
on one of tho principal streets ia the city, and aro rented to prompt-paying wlv.t?
tenants.
R. S. BROOKS, Real Estate Agent, 411 Court Street.
Reil 'Phone 2-22. MONEY TO LOAN.
D.Q. PORTER.
L. C. W. PAGE.
PORTER & PAGE,
Railroad Contractors, Grading and Bridge Work,
Office 315 tf i'j;h Street, Portsmouth, Va.
PHONE 2^7.
Special Offers T
Vermont Creamery Butler, P*r
pound: Tomato Soup 3 pound can; only
lCc : Pest American Ginger A!*, tc. or 4
for 2;.c; Fine Imported Ginger A'". We.
per bottle: Sweet Pickle Pears, 100. P<r
quiirt; Parly Juno Pcas, to. per can,
If vou want to get rltl of the water
bugs and have no n-.ore troui-ic, use Hoop?
er's Fatal Food. rr.e. r.er bos. If not sat?
isfactory, money ref?ndi d. U'? guarantee
to '.till every bug if dliections aro fol?
lowed.
L'se our Sun Beam Flour.
C. W. HUDGINS &. COfc
Both Phones. 802 Crawford sir I?
il.l.In I
best
Pine and Oak Wood
J, E. LOWE &
W. Queen St.
Prompt delivery.
S. S. 'phone 1610. Bell 'phona 2404.
J.
l^l^^gg^BHBBBaMBnSianHBBBMiaiM^a^
build a home, straight
ji IjiiHding and loan
plan. I represent five
of the best Fire Insur?
ance Companies in ex?
istence; also the Amer?
ican Bonding and Trust
Company, the Travel?
ers' Accident Company
and the New York Plate
Glass Company.
ASHIELL

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