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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 January 1898

VOL in, NO. 11. TH&?^? LARGEST CIRCULATION. 1 NEWPORT NEWS, VA., SUN DAT, JANUARY 16, 1898. PRICE 8ING'-e copy- two gents ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. The Tidewater Sugar Beet Growers' Association... I J. W. LAWSON PRESIDENT Resolution Adopteii Urging the Passage of the t'lood Hill. Another Measure , Denoui.I. oilier Proceeding* of Ute Meeting Ve?tcr.iay. The Tidewater Stlgiar Beet Growers' Association 'is the name or an organisra ti'on of farmers 'that was formed in this city yesterday for 'the purpose of promoting the sugar beet industry in (this section of the State. Pursuant to a resolution adopted at the convention of farmers in Newport iNews December 15 last, an adjourned meeting was held in Johnson's Opera ivouse yesterday afternoon. The attend "''" 1>li """* not^asr large as expeeted.but tile larniers present were represenHiaJtlye men, and they determined to perpetuate the organisation (and arouse interest in an industry which they believe will eventually be t...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 January 1898

ft** B?il? Press! C E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. 9 IIb ^??JLaE ? INTO W--1 PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE dailg press Compassij, POST^FFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Po3torT.ee of Newport News, Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Daily, twelve months .$4 00 ?Oal.y, six months ..".2 00 Daily, one month . 40 Dolly, one week . 10 All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. ?I ELEPHONE CALL.?514 The Daily Press may be obtained eveiy morning at the following places: Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street. ? ? The Doily Press Is delivered by car? riers In Newport News, Hampton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper is not delivered reguiariy, please make complaint at the ofllce of publi? cation. Adverlising rates furnished cn appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their fpaee or advertise othei than their ligftimate bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 January 1898

J. F; R?WE, No. 10 Queen St,. Hampton, Va. Paving the streets 6f Hampton is not yet an assured fact, BUT Your pathway to success is paved if you will trade at <J F. ROWE'S, 10 Queen St., Hampton, Va. This is a fact, however, that most people have learned - and the remaining few are learning day by day. Only go there and see what is being dene. Eleven People Kept Busy measuring stock cutting prices on all fall and winter goods of every description. To the friends who could not be -waited on last week is extended an invitation to call again next woek. We will try and be prepared to share some bargains with you. %%%%%% The Firm Is J. F. ROWE, THE PLACE IS L ^ No. 10 Queen Sreet. K ?_ Of a Life Time. ^.-?S-nx""" Blankets this week at T. A. Gooke's. All Wool Blankets that sold for $7.00 now going at $5.00. All Wool lilankets that Sold for SO-00 now going at $4 00. A beautiful Grey Blanket that did sell for $3.00 now $2.50 A la^ge line of Counter? panes very cheap. The price wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 January 1898

*Lske glorious ?unshinc our prices fall, Their golden rays shed dollars for you alL" Onr stock of Clothing' must ba sold, und when we say must he sold 'tis no idle talk?no adver? ting catch-phrase. ~\V*e make the prices move them. IF YOU NEED AN OVERCOAT, IF YOU NEED A SUIT. IF YOU NEED A PAIR TROUiERS, IF YOU NEED A BO) 'S SUIT For onethird less than their value now is the time to act. Do you realize what one-third off means ? Yea Ret a $3.00 Suit it Overcoat for $3.33. You get a $7.0? Suit or Overcoat for $4.07. You gst <i $0.00 Suit or Ov- rccut for $0 00. Y ti get a ttO.OOSult or Ovecccat for 16.67. You geft a $12.01) Suit or Over-.-utit tor $S.W. You get a $3?.oO Suit or Overcoat f,.r $10.00. Y- a get a $18.00 Su.t or Overcoat f v $I2.?m>. You gtH a $0.00 p-.iir Troustirsfor $'1.00. You get a 15.00 pair Tr<Awers for $3.33. You g.-t a $1.00 p.iir Ttousersfor $2.67. You ga a 13.00 pair Trousfirs for $2.00. Y.u get u $2.50 pair Trousers'for $1.57. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 January 1898

VOL III, NO. 13. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., TUESDAY, JANUAUY 18, 1898. P?TP.T? SINGLE COPY. TWO GOD IH THE HOME Subject of Rev. J. F. Ribble's Morning Discourse. ?**r :?? PRACTICAL AND PITHY S?nnern? liy Oilier Ministers, K?v. M,. S. Colunnu, Jr., IVeuclies on **<Jttriatiitii Liberty,** ?ml Rev. C. C. Cox on "Christ in tiie ctiureJi. ?? Kiev. J. -F.aneis Ribble, rector of St. Paul's J'ipiseopa! chuerh, preached to a large congregation Suruutay morning on t*U subject "God in the Home." His text was Psalms 1-27:1?"Except the l-'.ird build the house,Mvey labor lit vain that bu?U? it"?aliout which Mr. Ribble said in- part: "The Psalm, from which the words of my text are taken are suppo-iil to have be.-n written by Solomon. It refers, not to a period- of warfare, bin peace. 1, us a. scene of home aiiiJ home c/mCorts uather-'than, war and4 broodshe l. It was the reign et David that was ohar acterizeUi by war, but the leign of Solo? mon was one of peace. It was a reign of building uii t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 January 1898

C. E. TKACIvER, Edltor and Manager. DAILY PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE IT?Us press Coropanu, POST^FFICE BUILDING. >-ntered at the Postofflce of Newport News, Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Dally, twelve months .W " Daily, six months .2 JJ Dally, one month . * Dally, one week . 11 All basinets, news letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressee ._ _DAILY PRESS. _ 1ELEPHONE CALL.261' The Daily Press may be obtainei every morning at the following places: Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue J. N. Lawrence's. 211 Twenty-seventl street. The Daily Press Is delivered by car rlers In Newport News, Hampton am Phoebus at 40c. per month. If tb paper Is not delivered regularly, pleas make complaint at the office of puWi cation. Advertising rotes furnished on appli cation. Contractors are not altowed t> exceed their fpaee or advertise othe than their ligitimate business, excep by paving e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 January 1898

Of a Life Time. Notice this great reduc? tion hi Blankets this week at ? T. A, Cooke's. All Wool Blankets that sold for $7.00 now going at $5,00. All Wool Blankets that Sold for $5.00 now going ?at" $4.00. A beautiful Grey Blanket that did sell for $3.00 now $2.50. A la^ge lilie of Counter? panes very cheap. The price will astonish you. A beautiful Pillow Case, 36x45 inches', made of best cotton, for 15 cents. Big drop in prices of Un? derwear. Now is the time to buy. Come and see for yourself. T. A. Cooke JAS?. iYk GUMMING, Re il Estate and Rental Agent, 23 E. QUEEN ST. HAMPTON, VA novC tiiu A Pointer in Real Estate. On the southwest xironjr of the "Back River," just one mile from Kin}; and Queen streets. Hampton, B&OWN Sc HOAGliANO have pur chased 67 acres and had it surveyed and laid out in lots, which they are ?offering at beggarly low prices, from .$10 to $:)5 each, and for^l peruionth. There is :;U?O feet water front, alive with the lin<?.t oysters in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 January 1898

Absolute Tranquility Said to Prevail. NO FEAR Or TROUBLE K<Htor of KI Iteconcuntrado Arrrete.l for Attacking the Spanish Army. G?v~ rrnor or Santa Cliir.i Sliot at Uy a Drunkard. f/By telegraph.) 'WASHINGTON, Jan. 17.?The St&'te Djppartnient and Benor Dupuy do t.o.me, the Span:.--.!; minister. b.Mh ex? pressed the opinion today that the trou? ble at Havana has blown over. . Sc-nirr de Lonjetwday received .tihe fol? lowing rwblegram from the Seereitary general of Cuba: "11 A. M.. absKiIiitf tranquility. There is no fear it will be broken. <?sned) "CON'nOCTO." The State Department 'has taken olfl '1 : S . 1 . H "s i Vl/v . ' ? ? plaeing ?obs'Wicle.? in t'hn way of ithe free admission of food and ot'rfcr sup? plies-sen't to Cuba for the relief of :? v ?nfferSaig- While the officials bci-iov 1 c'.-mp'.aixrt?, a cablegram was sen,: t > Consul Cweral Lee (ttrnVtog him ;,. investigate the.fr correctness awd If ?necessary, prevent any delays in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 January 1898

'Associated isnatGii?s. VOL III, IVO. 15. NEWPOiri;"NEWSrVA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1898 PnTflO SINGLE COPY,TWO CENTS IXlvjH' ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. SHIP ABLAZE. ?T SEA Steamer Stockholm City Gut . ted by Fire. THE CAPTAIN'S STORY IIo TelU of H|M Tlirlllluc Exporlwuce. Oumes lnlul'urt Without Chart or VowpaHH. Uiimage Readied SCO.OOO. ?Without chart, compass or wheel the Britl-siv steamship Stockholm City, Cap lain Richardis, bound1 from Mar.chasttr ;te- Newport News, steamed into this harbor at C oVloek last evening. The vessel left Manchester on Christ? mas day und 'besides encountering fierce gailcs and rough s'.as, fire broke out in her bunkers, destroying the cabins,, saloon, bridge, wheelhouse and all the woodwork in the middle of the vesse?. The of fleets and crew of thirty men not only lost all) tb 1r money, but nearly every vestege of wearing ap .parre'.l, ensil some ot? the.- men aid not have enough clothing to cover their ho'dies so that they might come ashore last night. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 January 1898

DAILY PRK5 PUBLISHBD EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY, BY THE ?&llu press (Scmpasu!, POSToFFICE BUILDING. ?Votered at the PoStofflce of Newport News, Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Daily, twelve months .S-t 00 i}ally, six months. 2 00 Dally, one month . Daily, one week . 11 All buslne-s, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be addressed _DAILY PRESS. i SLEPHONB CALL .. ? -2614 Tfie Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the fallowing places: Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street. The Dally Press is delivered by car? riers In Newport News. Hampton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper la not delivered regularly, please make complaint at the office of publi? cation.^_ Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their ?pace or advertise othei than their llgitlmate business, except by paying especially for the same. Ad? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 January 1898

5- J- Brown. G.B. floafjlaml. Brown & Hoaglaiid, Law, Collection & Heal Estate, Office opposite Popular avenue, PHOEBUS, V/\.? ?AVE\ lompsiomit? from $10.00 to $500. "Hoagland," Wes-t Hampton, 250 fett from raUroad tr?ck.sur.iounded by four junction roads Money looned lor Building Purposes cm the most liberal terms." Plans and specifications furnished frra'tuituosly. Adtfress Lock Box 225, Hampton, "Va. E. Gfc Darden. A chance at any time-to get the worth of your money. We don't give prize packages and then over charge for our ^oods. Our stock consists of Dress Goods, MilUnery, [Notions, Boots, Shoes, &c . E. G. DARDEN, N. E. Cor. King and Queen Sts HAMPTON, YA. P. B. MESSENGER, Genoral * Carpenter, | -MANUFACTURER OK BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, BSinds <& Doors, I Mantels and uiaT-iy SVSouldings.! Queen Street, HAMPTON, VA. ? O. Box. 10?. Of a Life Time. . "Votiee this great reduc? tion in Blankets thin week at T. A. G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 January 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC 25c 50c DRUGGISTS "Like glorious ^unshinc our prices fall, Their golden rays shed dollars for you all." Our stock of Clothing must be sold, and when we say must be sold 'tis no mle talk?no adver? tising catch-phrase. "W e mak e the prices move them. IF YOU NEED AN OVERCOAT, IF YOU NEED A SUIT, IF YOU N?i?D A PAIR TROUSERS, IF YOU NEED A BO\ 'S SUIT For oncthird less than their value now is the time to act. Do you realize what one-third off means ? You get u $5.00 Suit ot Overc* You get a $7.00 Suit or Overci You get a $9.00 Suit or OVtrn Yvu get a JlO.OOSuit or Overci You get a $12.00 Suit or Overci You get a $15.00 Suit or Overc Y'u get a $18.00 Suit or Overci You get a SG.OO pair Trousers U You get a $5.00 pair TroMsersf. You get a $4.00 pair Trousersfi You get a $3.00 pair Trousers f< You get a $2.50 pair TrouSersTi You get a $2.00 pair Trouw rsfi Ycu get a $1.50 pair Trousers!-! You get a $5.00 Child's Suit Ci Yon g,-t a $4.50 Child's ISult ?. You get ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 January 1898

Dispatcher VOL III, NO, 16. TfS CfTHS AH For the United States Naval Academy. OFFICIALS DISCUSS IT. Owing to tlio Many KuvaulagUH Afforded Here fur Training Cadul? Ute School May ba Traiigrer \ red lion, Annapolis. It is und. ?stood that there is a move? ment on. loot in i.Uval circles at Wash? ington to. i?nwve the Uoited States '.Nu v?u AcaOemy now lov.ued at Anapolis, Mu.. to Newport News. The buildings at Annapolis are in a di luptdauu condition and will r-courr-. at kost $6,U00.ou> to tepii.ee them und put xiMi Uril.ing grounds in. g;??d oonGition... It is fc/r this reasLm the advisability of ii-moving the government's naval school is 'being seriously eoosidsrwd toy the of? ficial's in Washington. A reporter tor the Dally Press learned f.>>rn a gentleman who was in "VVasihing ton leeently that the navul .Wfioiais pre? fer Hampton 1:' ujs as Uie site Cor the academy. The great expanse of water will afford ideal drilling grounds, much better than ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 January 1898

E. THACKER, Edltor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE E?ailij -press ^ompatsir, FOSTe-FFICE BUILDING. >-atered at the Postofflce of Newport Newa. Va.. as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. DaBy, twelve months.?4 M Oally. six month3. 2 OC Daily, one month . *} Onfly. one week. ? All business, news letters or 'ele granhie dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS.^ J jJLEPHOXE CALL.2614 The Dally Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street. The Dally Press Is delivered by car? riers In Newport News, Hampton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper la not delivered regularly, preast make complaint at the olllce of publi? cation. Advertising rotes furnished on apxiil cation. Contractors are not allowed tc exceed their *pace or advertise othei than their legitimate business, excepl by paving especially fc&a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 January 1898

No4ce. jritere will !>.? a meeting of tit* Busi? ness Men's Association this evening In the (.riiee .if S. G. Cummins. Business of great importance. Please be wn hand. jan'ilit. W. E. TvAWSON. : \\T ANTHD.-A good canvasser for | V> 'Hampton and vicinity, flood com? mission. Address E. B. Kf,DD, Atlan? tic Utotel. Newport News, Va. ja2I-3Lp S. J- Brown. G. B. floaalami, | Brown & Hoagland, Law, Collection & Real Estate, Office opposlte'lPopular avenue, PHOEBUS, VA., j HAVE Lots on Easy ond Liberal Teiitis ^ from $10.00 to S500. "Hoagland/ West Hampton, 250 feet from railroad j traclc,sur.!ounded by four junction roads ilirtinn on the most liberal terms. Plans and ?speci'flcarlons furnished gratuituosly. AdUress Lock Box 223. Hampton, Va. E. G. Darden. A chance at any time to get the worth of- your money. We don't give prize packages and then over charge for our goods. Our stock consists of Dress Goods, /VUllinery, FNotions, Boots, SHoes, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 January 1898

"Like glorious sunshine our prices fall, Their golden roys shed dollars for you all." Oar s oek of Clothiug must be sohl, and when we say must be sold 'tis no i lie talk ~n > adver? tising'., catch-phrase. We make the prices move them. IF YOU NEED AN OVERCOAT, IF YOU NEED A SUIT, IF YOU NEED A PAIR TROUSERS, IF YOU NEED A BOYS SUIT F'.i cne^hird less than their value now is the time io act. Do you realize what one-third off means ? You get a $5.00 Suit or Overcoat for You get a $7.00 Suit or Overcoat for You get a $9.00 Suit or Overcoat for Y- u get a $10.O0Suit or Overccat foi You get a $12.00 Suit or Overcoat fo $3.33. $4.67. $?.00. $6.07. $8.00. You get a $U5.00 Suit or Overcoat for $10.00. Yen get a $18.00 Suit or Overcoat f r $12.00. You get a $3.00 pair Trousersfor $4.00. Yrou get a $5.00 pair Trousers for 52.33. You get a $4.00 pair Trousersfor $:!.r>7. You got a $3.00 pair Trousersfor $2.00. Ycu get a $2.50 pair Trousersfor J1.G7. You get a $2.00 pair T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 January 1898

? ^jt^ __ ' ~ '' '_^=^=====. -?? ?-;-?-.--?-? ?-HwpS news. VX: saturday, january 22, 1898. price SSaffiWSS?- : RAH FOR DEMOCRACY! Americus Democratic Club's Third Anniversary. BANQUET ATARMORYHALL Making; PreparatlouH to C?-l<'liml? the Oc? casion Monday M.gltt, *Jauu.?ry 31. Prominent Speaker? Invit? ed. Tin' ToitHta. Arrange mo nts are making toy the Americus Democja.D.k; Cub for its an? nual celebration which ?w'M he held at Armory Hall, on Washington avenue, Monday night, January 31. It w'Wl 'be an old fashion Democratic "blow cut." The oratorical Hocd-gates wilil be cipeneJ. and strcamis oX eloquence w.I. We pound out by local and invited gu.sts. T,hen there wilt Sie a "spread"? a royal feast?and-well, tihere will bo .water and ether liquid re-freshmen ts sto'Khia-t no one in-ej 1T.?minhr f.)? Caterer ? ieovge Li>."he WilHook after this part of tlic (pt\ gram'me. A dommtittee on arrangements is now engaged in arranging th- de'iaols of the banquet, 'which p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 January 1898

<&$|? Bai!ig 5?r?ss . E. TH ACKER. Editor and Mac Ager. i DAILY PRESS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE Ballu Stress <?om$*nwtj, POSTcdTFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Postoffice of Newport News. Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Dafty, twelve months.54 00 i>a!ly, six months.2 00 Daiiy, one month . 40 Daily, one week . 1? All baslnet-e, news letters or 'ele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. ' jJ-EPHOXE CALL.?514 The Dally Press may be obtained every morning at the fallowing places: Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street. The Dally Press Is delivered by car? riers in Newport News, Hampton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper la not delivered regularly, please make complaint at the olllee oi publi? cation. Important to AdvcrllHetK. Parties other than those having ledger I accounts with this paper, civic societies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 January 1898

WANTETD.?A good canvasser for "STanspton and vicinity. iCJood cont? ra is* ion. Address E. B. K6BD, Atlan? tic tllote!. Newport News, V?. JaZl-Stp WE. Owen, who has been appolnt ., "? od in place of- R. R. Claiborn, rcsffM'Cd, of ?ampton Cabinet. No. G47. American Mutual Bene-flt Society, would respectfully ask all members to call and settle Litres. before Jan. 15th, 1898. All members 'who have been suspended would db well to call and be reinstated, W. E. OWEN. Cashier. Office No. G Queen St.. Hampton. . Jan 8-lm._ OYSTER MEN, SAVK YOUR MONBY BY <5(HNO TO .TAMKS JIIU. NEAR HAMPTOJJ WHAItP, KOK MOUKK'? TON? SHAFTS. PRICKS T<? SUIT. EVERY PAIR WAIPRAKTKB MAKING A STOVE is an operation that re? quires a great deal o'f capital and quite a let of bruins. It is th.- proper combi? nation uf these two things that makes good stoves possible at the ridiculously low prices of today. We get our stoves only from the most prominent and reliaible makers?those who cannot affor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 January 1898

"Like glorious ^unsliine our prices fall, Th:ir golden rays shed dollars for you all." Our stock of Clothing must be .sold, and when we say must he sold 'tis no i tie talk --no adver? tising catch-phrase. "We inake the prices move them. IF YOU need AN OVERCOAT, IF YOU need A SUIT, IF YOU need A pair TROUSERS, IF YOU NEED A BO\'S bUIT For oncthird less than their value now is the time to act. Do you realize what one-third off means ? You get a S5.00 Suit or Overcoat Tor $3.33. You get a $7.00 Suit or Overcoat for $4.67. You get a $9.00 Suit or Overcoat for $6.uo. Y-.u got a $10.00Sult or Overcoat Cor $ii.t;7. You gel a $12.00 Suit or Over..t fur $8.00. You get a $10.00 Suit or Overcoat tor $10.00. Ycu get a $1S.00 Suit or Overcoat f r $12.00. You get a $H.OO pair Trousersfor $4.00. You get a $5.00 pair Trousers for $2.33. You get a $4.00 pair Trousers for $2.07. You get a $3.00 pair Trousursfor $2.00. Y"_'U get u $2..i0 pair Trousers for $1.67. You get a $2.00 pair Trousers for $1.33...

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