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WEDNE.-.DAY, PEBRUAItY 22, lS'JS.
A DEMAGOGUE I ill". A'
count Of the sermon 'by Rev. A. C. H.
ipastor of the chur h, on Lai?.lt .....as;
??II .wish iwe had s me it' the ol.
tSme ipatr:st:sm -,-c si'3 'he kv,
of ttre Un!
ti . '... b o In t u j -
applause 'from' the- rea
interrupted! tin- speak
cruel Turks sl.i lild b.
tbe fac- of the earth."
fell fr in
Jor the p
RJev. Mr. Hi
?Aw qttest?. n. Iru
guug,. is bound
?When a minifetdr discot
botdeitng on a s;a<e ..if
?hou?i give up his callln
'Accor.ir.g to Hi n. J. St
thete is a fine distinction
giarlsm and b a-rowing
According to a numc?
justice there is a fine
tweer. sfteoffinig and' kier
it is rait'iwr iJiiffieuit for
A New York hotel efcerk whi pped Ja
MeAu?ffe a few days ago. It -,s noi
said trat Hon. Billy Mason no longe
with the hold hitting young Ceil w v.'.a
presided over the regtetet- in than Wash
iagvja hotel in- ?which the gentlema;
from 'I Hin tie lost his temper and a g-*
dfeal of Us Senatorial dignity.
The sorrow .if a good many Spartan
seems tu tbe limited by their upprehen
sion of what will (Affair th-ni if tt 1
shown that the Marne was debbcrutel
UT ANTED?Table hoarders .:n,l
lodgers, with bath. Mrs. Branobe's.
214 Twenty-sixth street.
First clacSS taDlc board i
I And Rooms at 4
I Airs. M. E. D svvt?s, !
I 105'I'wewi v-sf-v.-ii-h St. Hot and \
* cold bath Dinner sent it tie- f
I sired. Popular prices. j
BEj sure to g&t
TH6 fluoio Gas Burner
GIVE ITS YOUR ORIDER.
A trial will convince jou.
$140,<>00 Scwcr, School and
.1 proposals will' be received by
innen Council of Newport News,
Va? until 12 noon, March S, for the
urchase <?( $140,000, 4 1-2 per cent
ewer, School and Jail bonds.
Interest payable semi-annually at the
-easurer's ofllce in the city of Newport
lews, or the bank of New York, N. I'..
A., New York City. Principal payable
ti thirty years, optional after twenty
\pril 1. IS'JS. Address" all b'd's to City
Merk, marked Bids for City Bonds,
louncil reserves the'right to reject any
>r ali bids.
J. A. M Assure,
eblC20t _ _ City Clerk.
9 To Got Mo; m
Sell Pure Drugs for it.
We are leaders in the city
SEC! iNI >?
d cigars for it.
ivo the finest line in
ell Tenney's indies for it.
We seil the only genuine
in the city.
Sell cut flowers tor It.
We are the only
that handle them.
Sell toilet articles for
.We ha v.
P re scr i p ti on w or k
i.s our specially.
Send us yo'TS.
Wni. G. Burgess,
Warw ick Pharmacy.
If you suffer from pains in your eyes
and bead consult
vA/. O. PETTUS,
EYE SPECIALIST. ?
1603 Washington ave..r et. port News.Va
lie makes an e::ar inatl n of your eyes
iscertaining Jus. what is needed in the
vay of glasses, r dical treatment, etc.
Th costs you nothing?other specialists
harge vou from $1 to $10. Examination
'ree, and satisfaction guaranteed. No
?ha g.- is marie for visits to the house?
? f patien' - in this city or Hampton. Of?
fice in Klor's dm,' . ore.2633 Washington
ivenue. Office ' ours: 9 t.o l a. m., and
2 to 8 p. m._oct 9-6-m.
E. W. JOHNSON
Contractor und Builder
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
i'lans und S <?< ificatinns Prepared oi
-?< A stTT?l-n'AT.t^
ettrnfi Ctf .red lb anyone bringing me a Watch h
-P->uu ?nn0. put |? fir?t.class order.
A. J. H?USER, . . .
.... WftTCfiESflND JEW&LRy
n'o. 208 Twenty-e ghth Street,
aug23-?m> Newport New?, Va.
25 CENT Windsor All Silk Ties, 75 CENTS
25 & 35 CENT Pour-in hand Ties fQ CENTS
12i CENT Windsor All Slik Ties 7 CENTS
TH& PUBLIC'S MONSkY SAVERS,
Under Opera House, Newport News, Y;i,
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^ P, O, Building, over Daily Press Of?cc, Newport News, Va. ^
^Office Hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays, 9 A. M. to 12 M. r*
^ VAU ill Remove- About IWarc h 1st ^
4 To cor. Washington avenue and Twenty-eighth street. ?
jj Ouer ideal Pharmacy. w
As this is our last week in this store we wW
spare no goods, no matter the cost, as we inten
to open with ;i new stock in all of the depart?
ments, in our new place of husiness, 2G10 Wash?
American best indigo print, closing price 4 l-2c a yard.
Lancaster Apron Gingham, closing price 4 l-2c a yard.
?M err mark Prints, in light colors, closing price 4 3-4c a yard.
Forrest 'Mills cotton, closing price 5 l-2c a yard.
Artdrosc.vggin Cotton; .-losing price S 3-4e a yard, 10 yards to
Piedmont Unbleached cotton, yard wide, closing price 4 3-4c a
Unbleached Canton Flannel, closing price 5 3-4c a yard.
Better grade canton llann 1. closing price 5 3-4c a yard.
Tub!,-ach. .1 sheeting 10-4, closing price 13 l-2c.
Re 1 Tab:.- Damask, regular price 25c. closing price 16c a yard.
Better grades Red Danaa.sk, closing price 25c and 37 l-2c. ?
Full bleached Table Linen that u.-ually sells for 37 l-2c. closing
pric- 25 cents.
Red Bordered Table Linen that usually sells for 25c, closing
price 111 cents.
Few pair of blankets left; olos-ing price 49c. 69.\ S9e and J1.9S.
Bed eomforta/bles at 69c,f>9c and fl.ts.
Plain White Flannelette; closing price 5 cents.
White Wool Flannel that usua lly sells at ISc, closing price 12 l-2c
Peter grade at 18c. 25c and 30c.
A feu- pieces of Dress Goods left at 111-2 cents.
All wool dress goods that .sold for 35c a yard, In three different
patterns, closing price 19c.
Novelty Dress Hoods in gray and white and tan that sold for
25c: closing price 15 cents.
All wool check and boucle Dress Goods that sold for 50c, closing
price 25 cents.
Black Henrietta that soldfor 45c a yard, closing price 29c a yard.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
There .are a few Un trim mod Hats to be had at 9 cents.
Trimmed Hats that sold for $3, $1 and $5, closing price $1.48, ?1.98
A few felt fedoras and sailors left that sold for 50c, 75c and $1.00,
Children's Tamoshanta Caps, closing price 19 cents.
Tamoshantas in 50c, 75c and $1.00 grades, closing price 33c.
About one gross of uuills in all colors, closing price 1 cent.
Violets, dosing price 2c a bunch.
All of our birds, wings, augrettes, plumes, tips to close one-half
Kid Gloves that we sold Tor $1.00 and SI.25, guaranted good
goods, but noti'- guaranteed or tried c.n during this saie, closing
price 79 cents.
Ribbon in plain, taffeta moire or fancies of all kinds, that sold
Children's Hose, all siz.-s. guaranteed fast black, closing price Sc.
Ladles' Hose in fancy colors or fast black, seamless, closing
l.a.lies' Handkerchiefs that sold for 10e. closing price 5c.
Gents' all wool hose, 25c quality, closing price 17 cents.
Black or white hooks and eyes 1 cent a card.
We have one lot of blue check novelty worsted skirts, one lot of
figured mohair skirts and one lot of black diagonal skirts, regular
selling price $1.48, our closing price 9S cent.-.
One l .t of black figured mohair skirts, also one lot of colored
skirts, regular $2.a0 values,
Fixtures hop Sale.
Sf you want a building lot
Buy St of the
Old Dominion Land Gomoai
Lots for sale on easy terms in al! sections of the
Finely located husiness lots on Washington ave.
Farms for sale or rent in Elizabeth C'ty, War?
wick and York Counties.
?Id Dominion L>and Company?
ROOM NO. 11.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDSNG.
OFFICE OPEN UNTiL 8 P. M.
pure ice, !arc Electric Ligiits;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Bell WirinF done! n ,?
GOLD STORfiGt, 1 OH shoTflS \? ? ?01
ftRG I.IOnTS, Inspection guar^j
Incandescent Lights, anteed, ^Jirt,
MeTER ?" CONTRACT I El8C!fiC 000 MMN j No odor,
motor I Fixtures o! faciory pnees _ _ _ _ t
^..rrrn : No Matches,
po weh. I -PHONE 2CB. I
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Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
J (Board of Directors meet third Tii"silay in each itionth.)
It Will Float You.
Many pople plunged Into
the ocean of mSsSorturA would sink if
they hadn't some real) estate to Hoot
them. Every rightij mad man has a
hankering after real estate?it's an in?
stinct that goes with man, and it Is
something that Is wCth'.n the reach of
ail. Continual small payments w i t eat
up the largest amount?and' the small
payments 'won't amo'unt to any mor
titan you pay for tooiinshness.
"Why ? ?
Do you let your 11101103 j
Say in Banks, Stocks
and Bunds at 3 and
4- per cent, interest
when you can get a
solid real estate in?
vestment in New?
port News, paying
15 to 25 per cent.
Will buy a three-sti ry brick build?
ing (25x70 feet) with store (dry
goo.iis) ibelow and fiats ab-ve: aii
modern conveniences, gas. electricity,
bath, hot att.l '.old water, sewerage:
Washington avenue, right In the
Ibus?r.ess centre; rents for (lease dif
feeent tenants) $1.4(10 a year, over
15 pi r cent, on lnvsetment.
Buys a two-story fraixe, metu* roof,
store and dwelling (5 r oms above).
(car One), if t tar *ie.:?n Warwick
thv city. U.-tits f.,r JMtlo.oo a >car.
?f!600 00. "
' Buys a dwelling hous on- Forty
f til th st . et. near Lafayette ave?
nue, one square from dry dock, corn,
loit.irg 7 re, ans and an attic, with
city water. Terms accommeivatf ng.
Rents Ifoir $204.00 a year. 15 per cent,
on investm. nt.
Will Ibuy a good frame business
store, with 11a; above of 6 io ms,
tweeh Warwick a-nti: Jeff,'.s. n av?
nues. This property is leased for
two years at a yearly rental of
$4",0.on, over 20 ;er cent, en invest
Buys one of the most d
Thirty-third street, nej
; MULFORD & EDMUNDS
General Real Estate,
Xo. 135 Twenty-fifth street.
PHONE NO. 2504.
Home At Last.
A New Year's Toast,
f "Peace, happiness and prosperity to
1 you, this bright New Year. We con
' gratulate you. that through the aid of
Thomas B. Henley & Co., you are at
last content in your own home. May
? you live long to dispense such hospi?
If you desire this boon, let us help
; you with our advice as to future values
' in building lots, houses and farms.
On 44th street, between Wash?
ington and Lafayette avenue, .s
a nice 5-room house at $1,300.
$100 cash and balance to suit
On Oak avenue, near 25th
street, is a new dwelling with
six rooms, at $750. $200 cash,
balance on easy terms.
On 27th street is a nice new
brick building with store below
and four rooms above. Price
$l,r,00. Terms accommodating.
On 3fith street, a nice 7-room
house with attic and city water.
Price, $2,000. Terms accommo?
On 2Gth street, near Washing?
ton avenue, is a nice dwelling
containing eight rooms and mod?
ern improvements. Price, $2.700.
Terms $700 cash, and balance in
6, 12 and IS months.
On Lafayette avenue is a nice
dwelling of 8 rooms and attic,
with city water. Price, $2,200.
No. ll.1t! 2fith street.$10 00
No. 300! Washington avenue. 25 00
Flat with store above, 2?th street
and Oak avenue. 25 00
A very desirable store on Washington
No. 350C Lafayette avenue $20.00.
niOS.B HENLEY & CO
Real Estate and Insurance.
2700 Washington avenue.
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
THE WARWICK IRON WORKS.
Thomson, Chapman & Co,
21th Street and Virginia Avenue.
ENGINEERING IN ALL ITS
MARINE, LAND AND REFRIGER?
BOILERMAKERS AND COPPER?
feb9-lyr , lUilJllllHII
A large and yarned assortment of the
la^.e^t designs and style
direct from New York and take pleasure
in uniting "the ]>nb!ie to inspect same.
Those in need of Wall Poper will do well
to slop in Lash's Carpet Department
where there will be several different sam?
ple books upon the table. You wib not
be requested to buy but simply to look
the stock over.
O. B. WEST, President. I?. S. JONES. Vice-Pre3ident. vy. E. VEST, Cashier.
Citizens and Marine Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, YA.
CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $14,000
PAID IK DIVIDENDS, $.13,500.
A general banking business. Every facility oiTered for safe and prompt
transaction ot business on favorable terms. The accounts of Corporations,
Firms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given to collections. Drafts
drawn on all parts of the world.
A SPECIAL SAVINGS ? DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON' DE POSITS OF $1 AND UPWARD.
G. B. West, H. E. Parker, T. M. Benson, J. B. Jennings, L. P. Stearnes.
E. T. Ivy, D. S. Jones, A. C. Carrett. J. M. Curtis.
W. A. Post, President. J. R. Swlnerton, Vice-President. J. At Willett. Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF NEWPORT NEWS.
W. A. Tost, J. R. Swinerton,
R. G. Bickford. C. B. Orcutt,
Accounts of banks, carporations, merch
We offer depositors every acco
responsibi'liity warrant. Sell o
Tl IRS :
M. B. Crowell, M. V. Doughty,
I. Eugene White, J. A. Willett.
individuals and firms invited.
ati"tt which their balances, business and
n drafts drawn on all principal cities of
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
SCHMELZ BROS., BANKERS
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
'or'dgn exchanges bought
ill parts of the world.
Accounts of individuals, firms and corporations
Collections made on all parts of the country,
and sold at lowest rates. Foreign drafts issued "i
IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEP' i TMENT
Deposits receive" from M cents to J3.009.0i and Interest allowed at the rate of
4 PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR REN T.
Only safety boxes in the city secured by time locks.
The hats for spring wear are here.
The styles are as interesting as the prices.
The shades are nevy, and
The shapes are the most becoming
That have been shown lor many seasons.
Sonic Very Swell Blocks in
Hazel, Steel, Tobacco Brown and Black.
I Men's and Boys' Golf and Eton Gaps
in Spring Stylt s.
WE SAVE YOU A HALF DOLLOR ON ANY HAT
BOUGHT FROM US.
2606 Wat-hiiigton avenue
Home Made Bread
Sometimes causes indiges?
tion and always causes more or less
inconvenience. You will have your cake
and bread just as you want it, if you
buy it here. You will be helping your
health and saving your time and pa?
tience if you trade with us.
A. B. WILHifSK,
127 27th St near Washington A\e
Q6 D. Chandler
Grading, Excavating, Carting, Haul
l! g of all kinds promptly attended to
Special attention to stevedoring. Men
and teams furnished at short notice.
Offlcs: MOO Lafayette Avemae.
?e *-4w P. O. Box: tXL
Bear Paw Buffte,
HS TWENTY-EIGHTH STREliTr,
Q W. Todd. Proprietor.
A Gentleman's Place.
Here are a few of my specialties;
Old Virginia Mountain Brands,
Old Clemmer Honey Blossom,
Braddock's Maryland Rye.
Sherwood Montice.lo, Monongahela,
HopeweH Sour Mash. Old Crow,
Taylor's Hand-made Sour Mash,
Oscar Pepper, J. E. Pepper.
Jefferson Club, Ouckenbeimer,
Murry Hill Club. Old Kentuck,
Our Pet Eastern Rye,
Shenandoah and Nort h Car-.ilina A pole
pie Brandy. The most approved brands
of rum, gin. cordials, etc.. blackberry.
Sherry, Wild Cherry "Wine and Port
Wines. The finest brands of union made
cigars. Everything first-class.
Q > to the Bear Paw Buffet for one of
Formerly of West Virginia, is now lo?
cated at 321 Twenty-sixth street, New?
port News., utiiTe she will be pleased
to tell your past, pres?nt and future.
Sittings every day except Sunday,