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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 23 January 1898

THE LARGEST ? VOL III, NO. 17. Associated Tress Dispatches. NEWPORT NEWS, VA. SUNDAY, JANUARY"23,1898" PR TDK SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS 1 IVAVJXL, ONE WEEK. TCw o^lrTo S WATER WORKS PLAUT ItWiil Bo Enlarged and the Capacity Doubled, PLANS FOR ANEW ENGINE IEy AddingAnother i*?mn tlio Output Win Keuch <>.OOO,O0O (inUooa a Hay. Inca-caseil ituvtiHMS UcmamiH the Extension. The Newport News Light ami Water Company is coirittimplating an extension ti> its water works plant; in fact Mayor Waller A. Post, the company's engineer, has prepared the plans ?X this proposed kixtension, which wild ?ouble the capac? ity of the plant. At present the plant is equipped With two triple expansion engines, which Wave a putraping capacity ot s.ooo.OOO gallons of water per day. IFY in the res. ervavjr Newport News, Hampton, Phoe? bus, Soldier's) Home, the Chambertin ?Hobcl and'-Fortress Monroe are supplied with 'water for domestic use, pressure on the plugs tor fire -purposes and the total consumptio...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 23 January 1898

? 33 .tilg flress TU ACIC ER, Edltor and Manager. PUBLISH ED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE 52ailU Press ?Kompanit, POSToFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the PoStolIlce of Newport j News. Va. as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Dafly. twelve months .$4 00 1 t>aily, six months . 2 00 j Dally, one month .,. Oatly, one week . 10 All basinets, news letters or tele? graphic Cfclsftatchee should be addressed ! DAILY PRESS. aLgPHONE CALL.?514 The Dally Press may be obtained 'every morning at the following placeB: Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's. No. 7 Ivy avenue. . J. N. Lawrence's. 211 Twenty-seventh street. The Dully Press Is delivered by car "rlers 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 .cat.loa. Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their rpace or advertise other ?than their llgitlmate business, except by pavi...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 23 January 1898

I J. F. ROWE. No. 10 Queen St,. Hampton, Va * Paving the streets of Hampton is not yet an assured fact, " ^ BUT Your pathway to success is paved if you will trade at J. F. ROWE S, j 10 Qiicen St., Hampton, Va. f This is a fact, however, that most people have learned j^nd 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 week. We will try a?d be prepared to share some bargains with you. The F^ii-rra Is ' J. F. ROWE. No. 10 Queen Sreet. { ? ?JaCST-M. GUMMI HG, Real Estate and Rental Agent, . QUEEN ST. HAMPTON, VA I uov?-6ui Of a Life Time. Notice this great reduc? tion in Blankets this week aT T. A, Gooke's. I jAU Wool Blankets that S pldfor $7.00 now gohig III $5.00. All Wool Blankets that f^old for $5.00 now goine; <fct $4 00. / A beautiful Gre...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 23 January 1898

Senator Stewart Scores Ex ? President Cleveland. ''ASTEAL0F$30,000,000' Two Amt-mlineutK lo the Teller Benolntlo ?ftere?!. The ?coil-lta?ey "Wnicltj" Incident Closet! In the House. <By Telegraph.) CWASHINOTON. Jan. 22.?The sensa? tional episode at tile close of Che Cuban debate on Thursday, when Speaker Reed und Mr. 'Bailey, the "Dem icratic !? ider, in parliamentary language ques? tioned each ether's veracity, the on ? charging and the other resenting the imputation of bad faith, had its sequel in the House today. On a quenion of personal privilege Mr. Bailey secured the floor. He said he would not revive the con? troversy for 'the purpose of sustaining himself or showing thlat his adversary was wrong, as explanations in such cases did but little good, usually leav? ing the partisans ,.f each only the more firmly convinced of the correctness of the position of his side. But. said he. an examination .if the record showed that there was a.n agreement that there should be a yea and...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 25 January 1898

YOlTlIlU iNCXls^ ^"r NEWPQRT "KEWS". VA.. TIDE'S DAT, JAN U? R Y 25, 185)8. ~~ PRICE IK^^J^?*?" Mr. Collis P. Huntington in the City. HETALKS TO A REPORTER Tim Founder or Newport New? SMseii the future or Hie Shipbuilding'4 riant ?ml Says His VUit is Without SlgniUcuucc. Mr. ColUs P. Kuntingt n. the founder of Newport News uni> principal ownei of the Newport) News shipbuilding plant, is In th-^ city. Mr. Huntington', accompanied by his prlvv-lue seCtvtaty, Mr. S. N. Miles, an i Vice-president Schoweln, of the Paeitle Mail Steamship Company, urrived' at 10:5T> o'clock last night in his magnifi? cent palace car Oneato No. 1. Oneato No. 2, ano'the:- private' car owned by the mitflonUiiie, was also attached to the train, which came through from New York. The private cars w^e sidetracked at the Chesapeake & Ohio depot, who Mr. Huntington sipent the night. This morning at S o'clock they will he shift? ed to the shipyard. When th,j train yul&d into the sta? tion a reporter fo...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 25 January 1898

res?* R. TH ACKER. Editor and Manager. DAILY PR PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE PGSTe>FFiCE BinT.njxnL?_^ ??-atered at the Postofflee or Newport News. Va^ as second-class matter. B? BSCRIPTIOS 3. DaSy, t?f!ve months. .9i 00 Oaily. six months .2 00 Dally, one month . *JJ Daily, one week . lu All bnsineia, news letters or 'ele graphic dispatches should be addressed S V DAILY PRESS. i?l.EPHONE CALL ... .3614 The Daily 1'ress may be obtained every morning at the following places: C hesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's. No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's. 211 Twenty-seventh street. ~The Daily Press Is delivered by car? riers In Newport News. Hampton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper is not delivered regularly, please make complaint at the otilce of publi? cation. Advertising rate? furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exreed their spare or advertise othei than their Ugitlmate business, except by pavtng especially for the same...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 25 January 1898

WANTETD.?A good canvasser for Hampton and vicinity. G-ood com? mission. Address E. B. KtDD, Atlan? tic Hotel. Newport News. V?, Ja21-?tp E. Owen, who has been appolnt V* ? ed In place of R. H. Claiborn. resigned, of Hampton Cabinet. No. 647. American Mutual Benefit Society, would | respectfully ask all memiwrg to call and settle Blues befote Jan. 15th, 1S98. All members who have been 6us!?ended would do well to call and be reinstated. ! W. E. OWEN. Cashier. Office No. 6 Queen St., Hampton, jan S-lm._ _ Plans Wanted, The Board of Supervisors of the coun? ty of Elizabeth City will receive com? petitive plans for the new jail, same to be delivered to the clerk of the court on or before the 15th day of February. 1898. The bulld?ng to 1>e of brick, two-sto? ries high, the first floor to contain sher? iff's office, kitchen, store-room, toili t, bath, and boiler room. The second floor to contain hospital, jailor's room, toilet, bath, linen room and two padded cells. . The building to co...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 25 January 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION ^sMil^'* DRUGGISTS ''Like glorious r'unshinc our prices fall, Th.ir golden rays shed dollars for you all." Our s'oek of Clothing must bs sold, and when we sny must be sold 'tis no idle talk?no 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 TROU ERS, IF YOU NEED A BO\ 'S SUIT For one^third less than their value now is the time to act. Bo you realize what one-third off means ? You get a $5.00 Suit ot Overcoat for $.1.33. You get a $7.00 Suit or Overcoat for $4.67. You get a $9.00 Suit or Overcoat Tor SC.00. Y .it gut a $10.00Suit or Overcoat for $6.67. You get a $12.00 Suit or Overcoat for $8.00. You get a $15.00 Suit or Overcoat for $1u.iiO. Yen get a $18.00 Suit or Overcoat f r $12.00. You get a $6.00 pair Trouseirsfor $4.00. You get a $0.00 pair Trohisersfor $3.33. You get a $1.00 pair Trousers for $2.67. You get a $3.00 pair Trousers tor $2.00. Y 'U get a $2.50 pair Trouser...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 26 January 1898

VOL IH, NO. 19. NEWF()KT ISEWS, YaTWEDNESDAT, JANUARY 2(5, 1898. PPXCTF1 P.'^h^i ^?PY'TWO CENTS ASKS FOR A SITE Mr. Huntington Requested to. Donate Twelve Lots FOR A SCHOOL BUILDING Special Committee Walloon the Millionaire, liufc Ue Does Not Give a Oefluitc. Answer. The- Dry Duck Will be l!i!ilt. . Mr. Collis P. Huntington, who ar? rived in 'the city Monday night on a special train from New York, spent yesterday at the shipyard inspecting his plant. His private cars?"Oneuto No. 1" and "Oneato No. 2"?were shifted to .the shipyard -from the Chesapeake & Olvio station early in -t-he morniing -Mr. 'Huntington did not stop at Hotel Warwick as is iris custom, but remained on his magnificent palace -car with this guest, '.Mr. Sch'owein, vice president of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. Although the rain poured in torrents yesterday Mr. Huntington donned his mackintosh and goloshes and visited the different departments of the yard, and i.t is understood that he was p'leiis ed with ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 26 January 1898

4 f\st Baiigflr^ss E. THACKHU. Editor and Manager. PUBLoSHEU EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Dm.g 3prcss Company, POSTuFFICE BUILDING._ Vntered at the Fostoffiee of Newport News. Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Daftr. twelve month?.*J ? f>a!ly, six months.2 Daily, one month .?- ?Jj Dally, one week. iu All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should he addressed aLEPHOXL CALL ... ..._?E14 The Daily Picss may be obtained every morning ut the following places: f.hesapcake &? Ohio Restaurant. . Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh st reet. "The Dully Press is delivered by car? riers In Newport News, H impton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper la not delivered regularly, please make complaint at the ofliee of publi? cation. Advertising rotes furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their ppnce or advertise othei than their ligltimate business, except by paving especially for the s...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 26 January 1898

J. F. ROWE. No. 10 Queen St,. Hampton, Va. Paving the streets of Hampton Is not yet an assured fact, BUT Your pathway to success is paved if you will trade at j. F ROWES, 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 wreek. We will try and be prepared to share some bargains with you. The Firm Is THE PLAGE IS No. 10 Queen Sreet. P. B. MESSENGER, General * Garpentsr, -MAXUIACTURKK OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors, Mantels and uia7-iy Mouldings. Queen Street. HAMPTON. VA. P. O. Box. 103. E. G. Darden. A chance at any time to get the worth of your money. We don't give prize packages and then over V.harge for our goods. Our stock consists of D...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 26 January 1898

? The Public Enjoys It, * It Was a Hard Pill for the .'fcrch-^nts The "one-third off " pale that we advertised last week may not have, wrecked all the other merchants in the city, but it. has kept them guess? ing, and the old shelf-worn goods thai have been brought out and reduced in price would make Noah groan with envy if he lived-t i this day to know that some of Newport News clothing dealers had goitcn a part of the stock that was taken in the ark. Our one=third off sale ;s you a choice of this season's pro due ami o?r original prices being marked dy on the ticket, yen simply have to ?t what you want and do your own figuring. Overcoats now $12.00 $6.50 Trousers now $4.33. Overcoats now 11.00 5.00 Trousers now Ovi lo-ts now 10.00. 4.50 Trousers now 3.00. Overcoats now fc.33. 4.00 Trousers now 2.67. ;'1VC ion, hum Blee 1.25 Trousers its m o.oo Suits now 9.00 Suits now 8.00 Suits now 7.50 Suits now C.OO Suits now T he> Betnner Cloihier, 2')()<; Washington ave., Atlantic Hotel...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 January 1898

frW?rw?vv'i>1Wi?<^^i<VVvvVV?-???? * L>4f?GZTSr VOL II I, NO 21 C. P. Huntington Starts for New York This Morning. DID NOT DONATE LOTS Ho Declines to tilv? u site fur tlu> Central Schoo! lluildillg, IJul OITeni to Sell tin- (.antl. ntaiiy IU'quc.stfl for Contribution!*. IMr. Collis P. Huntington, who has ?been In the city since Monday night on business connected with the shipyard, of which he is the principal owner, will have this morning for New York. Mr. Huntington'* magnificent palace cars?"Oneato No. 1" and "OneatO No. 2"?will be attached to the west bound Chesapeake <*i Ohio train which leaves here at i> o'clock and taken as far as Richimond. [From tliere he will go to New York on a special train made up of hi* cars. During iiis stay in the city Mr. Hunt? ington lias ?spent the greater part of his time at the shipyard inspecting the ?plant and making arrangements for the future. The railway magnate's infre? quent visits to -Newport .News are gen? erally sign...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 January 1898

.. E. THACKER, Editor and Manasrer PiriJLT'IiEn EVERT MOP-il.NG EXCEi'T MONDAY. BY THE ?Pi'ess Ceinjiaat?,. _ POSTwFFTCE nUIUDIXO._ Entered at the Poa'tofTlce "t Newport N'ewa. Veu. as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. , Jwelvo months.Ti 00 six months.2 00 j one month . 40 Dally, one week . 10 All bcslnes'S. news letters or {?3* graphlc dispatches should ho addressed DAILY PRESS. JELEPHONE CALL .2514 The Dally Press may he obtained every morning at the following places: phesapcake & Ohio Restaurant. Churiee 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 Is not delivered regularly, please make complaint at the ollloe of publi? cation. Advertising rotes furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their space or advertise other thon their Ilgftlmate business, except by paying especially for the same. Ad? vertisements dis...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 January 1898

S J- Brown. G. B. ftoaoland, | Brown & Hoagland, Law, Collection & Real Estate, Ofliee apposite Popular avenue, PHOEBUS, \Z/\., 'H A V E LfllsoiiEiHllifallefi from $10.00 to $500. "Hoagland," W??t Hampton, 250 fe>t from railroad track,surrounded by four junction roads Koiiey Loaned tor Building Purposes | on the- mowt liberal terms. Plans and specifications furnished gratuituosly. Ad'.lress Ijock Box 223, Hampton, Va. O YSTER~ME1^~~ SAVE YOUB MONEY BY GOING TO | JAMES Mil,I, NKAlt HAMPTON W11AUF, FOR MOGER'S TONG SHAH'S, PRICKS . To SUIT. I EVERY PAIR WARRANTED 4 WHO IS THAT ? (He Is the leading Dry Goods, Notions and .Shoe de'aler of Hampton. ?HIS CLERKS ARE ALWAYS BUSY. Why ? Because he is selling the best goods for the smallest profits in town. A visit to his famous store will convince you of the fact. WATCH A FEW OF HIS SPECIALS THIS WEEK. The largest ana best assorted line of Hamburgs ever in Hampton. A "beautiful line of Bleached and Un ?bleached Table Damask, extra...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 January 1898

CAtlDY CATHARTIC CURE COr fSTIPATION ALL DRUGGISTS The Public Enjoys It, It Was a Hard PiU for the Merchants The "one-third off" sale that we advertised last week may not have wrecked all the other merchants in the city, hut it has kept i hem guess? ing, and the old shelf-worn goods that have been brought out and reduced in price would make Noah groan with envy if he lived to ;iii- day t<> know that some of Newport News clothing dealers had gotten a part of the stock that was taken in the ark. Our one-third off sale gives you a choice of this season's produc? tion, and o?r original prices being marked plainly on the ticket, you simply have to select what you want and do your own figuring. ?12.00 11.00 10.00. $t.nn. 3.00. 1.00 Trousers Trousers The Banner Clothier, 2(506 Washington avc., Atlantic Hotel Build in?-. iiililliillili?! A cheap s Jcind usually . . ? ?????? -n pensive and m\ntire stock of Millinery, Fancy and Dry Goods the more-cc?-:.t!yi,i within 30 days before movin...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 January 1898

j?v A .iSj, A> A. LARGEST ?v var "V V ""ff VOL III, NO. 22. Associated Press NEWPORT NEWS, VA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21), 1898 PRTf^TT SINGLE COPY,TWO CENTS t .LbJLvJXli ONE WEEK, TEN CENTS. WATER?NOT WINE, Secretary Long Asked to lenor an Old Custom. APPEAL OF THEW. C. F. U. It-qm-st That Water l-roiu .Iimik'h Eliv?t In Useu to ChrlKtvn ttic UuUU-sbln? Sv.iu " ^ tuekyuiiil ISearsarge U li i, in,, \lvsi-Is? Ara Ldiuuclifil. Tii-. i .' iles ,ii' th. Woman's Christian Tempc-iance Union ate oj-ps-sed to the breaking of bottles of ?poe-kling cham? pagne ov.v the prows of th. battleships Keiuu.i.y ai.u tv^ui'sarse wlKrii me two mighty men-of-war glide fiom tt.eir crXdiles itvto the waters of t'ne placid James, and they will use every honora? ble m- ans to have the time-honored custom ignoi,-d when these two vessels are launched. Alreudy steps have been taken to have in worships christeneu'with pure wate: taken' .from the historic James, Virgin? ia's greatest water way. In this move the l...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 January 1898

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager PUBLISHED EVEBT MOILING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE POST^FFTCE BUILDING. Entered at the Postofflce of Newport News, Vo? aa second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. DaHy. twelve months .,.$4 00 pally, ?\x months.2 00 Dairy, one month . 40 Dafly, ono week. 10 All business, news letters or 'ele graphlc dispatches shoui.l he addressed DAILY PRESS. JELEPHONE CALL.2614 The Daily 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, please make complaint at the olllce of publi? cation. Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their epace or advertise othei than their llgltlmate business, except by paving especially for the same. Ad? vertisements discontinued before ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 January 1898

S- J- Brown. G. B. ttoaglant), Brown & Hoagland, Law, Collection & Heal Estate, Office opposite Popular avenue, PHOEBUS, \//\., HAVE Loison Easy onii UDerot Teims from $10.00 to $500. "Hoagland," West Hampton, 250 fes t from railroad track,surrounded by four junction roads Honey loaned lor Bonding Purposes on the most liberal terms. Plans and specifications furnished gra'tui'tuody. Ad'dress Lock Box 225, Hampton, Va. OYSTER MEN, SAVE YOUR MOSEY BY GOING TO JAMES MILL NE A Ii HAMPTON WUAUK, Kult MOUKR'S T.ONO SHAFTS. I'ltlOES TO SUIT. E\ ERY l'AIit WAI! 11ANTKO "WHO IS THAT ? Hie is the leading Dry Goods, Notions and Shoe dealer of Hampton. ?HIS CLERKS ARE ALWAYS BUST. ?Why ? Because he is selling the best goods for the smallest profits in town. A visit to his famous store will convince you of the fad. WATCH A FEW OF HIS SPECIALS THIS WEEK. The Vatg st and best assorted line of Hamburgs ever in Hampton. A beautiful line of Bleached and Un? bleached Table Damask, extra wide, f...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 January 1898

CAM>Y C?TKARTiC CURE CONSTIPATION ICc 25c 50c ALL DRUGGISTS The Public Enjoys It, It Was a Hard Pill f(>r the M er chants Tlie "one-third off" sale that uo advertised last week may not have wrecked all the other merchants tu the city. I nit it has kept t hem guess? ing, and the old shelf-worn goods that have been brought out and reduced in price would make Noah groan with envy if he Jived to this day to know that some of Newport News ciolhing dealers had gotten a par! of the stock that was taken in the ark. Our one=third off sale gives you a choice of this season's produc? tion, and oar original prices being marked plainly on the ticket, you simply have to select what you want and do your own figuring. $1S.00 Overcoats now $12.00 $fi.50 Trousers now $4.33. rousers n. s He Banner Clothier, 26C6 Washington ave., Atlantic Hotel Building. 11 ill Our entire stock of Millinery, Fancy and Dry Goods] must be sold within 30 days before moving into our new store, 2610"Washington Avenue....

Publication Title: Daily Press
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