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THURSDAY, MA KCl I I?. lVt
SPECIAL LAUNCH INti I1DITION.
A handsome bllu^?rait-ed Daium-hiing
Edition of itihie ?oil'ly Pivsb will be (is?
sued on .Munh 24, the date set for tihv
?dbnistenlimig of the batitlet-liriiiw Ketir
fcuirge amd Kt-tntiucky. It ibe ilstsmed
dmmed'ialtely after the Kentucky plmng
es iin'to tihe Jaimiets niver, laimd wtlOl eoni ul n
a complete and graphic desoniptiion of
the IlaaimchOnig of tihe two big w-.uvhips?
ithe igtreatesit raavall event of ithe kind in
stlhe ammu'lis of tlhe nvonld. A history of
Newport 'News amd all'l litis ini-.eresits, to
.gosher with portiralits -t muinia pal of
Ik-.-iv, shipyard officiate und others, wili
1m- 'a feaibure of tihe publlleall'lon, wihivlh
iw-iill ibe pniintieid oin teiunercialenidered book
IKiiper. It will be the huin'dwomeslt pu'b
tkat'i'om cjvetr printed in Newport
?New?, ?und wiiW be .replete wlilllh imluer
lesHiimg'Daetsi amd flgmres relativ,- t . the
growth nlnidi devetopmenit of tihe city an
am linv.lustivail cein'ler amd shlppimig poOnit.
Coptes of the paper w ill be senil to ship
? A II
iforCiign amd domestic ports, bo.-ui
trade and naval offl-ctals and oHlw
gia'niizatiions amd inn dividual..; tihrou
lllhe world. No such advertilsilnig
diium was ever published in Ne
iNews, and every 'industry and l>u
esttaibliu^hment im t'he ciity shout
represented rn tihe publ'i-caitiion. A
rosenr.itiv<- of the Daily Press is
oatmiasaiing tlhe ciity for a iv, rtisoui
lit iis hoped amid bettered that tihe I
(Pro-s will receive the ?berall cw-o.|
?nion of itttie bus'toi.-ss pub-lie lin Uhe
THAT A 1'Piti ?PRIATION
The President of the United
?*.??? has $50,000,000 ait Ms dilspoBa
used aw tie 'may doom ibctt f
defense Of tihe nation, in spite
toot 'that this Is 'tu large sum. i
no means out of proportion t" the exil
geneies of th.- situni.ii. This country
is remartoa'biy weak -i-:i eoalst defenses
and 'is not as strong from a naval poffnl:
of view- uk its tmportaihcc and iweall'tlh
demand. Preparation ito aetemd a nta
tlion's riights is one ,.f the most potent
[factors iiii preservimg t?he respect --f any
powers wthiicih may haw a tendency to
pick quarrels. The 'mil'leroiu m -has roost
yet arrived, aim! Justice amd night fre
quemltly have less wefight in the settle?
ment of iirnterniaitionail disputes tlhiam
lighting srtron-g-t-h and fmi.iinoi.ail -res-?Uv?
ea. Therefore, fit is tlie manifest duty
of -flii' governimemit Ho make aimple and
adequate preparations to defend tihe
mturion against attack.
The umamiimiity with 'Whiich Congress
tatgreed to the request of -the PresMen't
will no dou'bt .prove a wholesome o>b
jedt tetssan Ho those persons -w ho imag?
ine that -tihe Aime-rii-am Republic is not
?Uii?on a su.btsiUainiti'a'l basis. To Spain ii
eihouSd -serve as an omiinous wanning
of iwttnat may be expected if that gov?
ernment persists i:i its um-reatsonaible
demands to 'the extent of provoking
It is no ,be hoped itlhait ithe President
will at once proceed to use the money
placed at ibis disposal in -a nva-niuer
which wiR make the Ar.'Ki'iv:.e anid Pa?
cific coasts jwacUPaalllly dmpregnahle.
The umquestioninig comfldemice dllspliay
by C'.ngress in .plaiolng 'tihe rmmientsc
amount of money in -the l'l-e'siidonit'.
hamds Should cBiuse h'irn to 1*.- espei ia.l>
jud'ioioiUB in d'.tsbu-1-s.ilug it. The in a ICiintg
of 250,000,000 w^.uld be 'a grave respom
si'bil'iity in th.- m?Kst common p'lace tiimes
hut ait this ispec&afl Juncture, w hen e.,n
<li<-tlin'g initeresus and de mantis wil
ffnake la. ?sa'tiiS'Pai^t.rry disbui-s.-inenit ?l
the ?um a difficult prot/Ieim, .the reapom
sfbmftiy l>ee..m<-w a saxrr-d trust. No on.
njoubts thie President'!? honteSty, amid '3
ds to be h.<i>ed dhialt the wisdom witl
?whkih li-e amd his odeiHers expend ith?
immense appropriation w,il tshow tlua
ithey are worthy t>f the unfalltering trua
repj.sad an them.
If any <<f that $50,000,000 ,s to ':>?? puil
'into new IxtttiVi-ihiips it is to ?>>?? hiopetd
thajt it lie Neiwipotrt News SihipbuiWiinis
and Dry I>ix.-k Oompasny Will get its
ahaire of 'the oon'tracts.
Oenei-ail Lee is becomiing so famous
tilioit eniterpniisintg merchants are begin
tkine to embellish their odvertlseimenits
?*tih the pictures of hia Xaimii'liair toce.
MILESTONES IN LIFE
CPears* n's Weekly.)
Wir.?We teive beer, mat-i'led !??<?
t its. .it; 1 mot once have I missed tx
,- v..ii -x i ike for v..ui- birthday. H*
- N".'. my pe"t. I cam look lee k
sc cakes as m.iestoncs in my
the LOGIC I >f IT.
Svi'nTKiijy Says So.
?jascai-ets Candv Cathartic, the m )Rt woe
.erf..l 'yedieal discovery of Ibc : \c. 51 casi
ant and rcfresliinc to the taste.' vl geuLj
rod positively on Kidneys, h-er 1111 I powt s.
?can... g the entire system. dis|icl colas,
?lire h.-adaebe fever, habitual eonstipation
nd b' innsnoss. Pleas- bo- ai d try a box
CO.CO to-dav; 10. SR. '.*) cents. Kolonne
uaraateed tccurfl by all drugnisn
N F. W A D V F. R TIS F. M E N TS.
R SAX.E?.Dlviimond R'rg. '?'
1i, .? at II :;I0 .1 da.y.
ANTKP-'Uly and gentlemen
rwenlty-seventh street. ma S-3tp.
WJ AiNTED?To exehainge lessons in
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XX mond Lodge No. 241. A. F. & A.
M.. will b- held on
Till U'RS'DAY, MARCH 10TH, 1S0S,
at s o'elollk P. OX. Work itn the third
degree. Visiting brethren! fraitermuKy
liy order "f W. M.
R. T. M ARABLES,
I des.it,. P. express the d.p appre?
ciation and he-artlCt thanks (Vir myself
an. I .ill Mr. n to ail ? .1' our kind' and
thloughtiPoll friends for ibei..' loving
words of sytiupaiilvy in our 'iTreiHiixtWie
ibeireavoment and for the lieau'tifll'l II?
ratl offorings, expressing their love and
ivspct t for ..air ide.tr depuslted wile and
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Notice to Telephone Users.
FRED W. WALTER',
mar H-lw. Manager.
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(1 1 'MM ISSIi ?N ERS' .
J 1 HF VAl.t'A HUE
Q. B. A. Booker. Lessee and Mgr.
T< ?NU M IT.
l'.i HlKi.YIIA.N GPfilL.
Supported by WJLRUR OPERA CO.
I.I Vl'tNi : 1 -I? 1TI IIMS.
A I ?MISSH iN, 23, and 50 :.
I First class table board |
$ And Rooms at 5
I Mrs. M. E. Doswells, |
I 105Twewty-seventli St. Hot ami f
* cold bath. Dinner seut if tie- 9
J sired. Popular prices. i
J. W. O/WIS,
FOR BRICK AND STONE WORK,
Estimates cheerfully given. Oflice in
room No. 7. Citizens and Marine Bank.
P. O. aibx 118. feb9-3m
AC."I'll iN SALE
Ni-i.-VR TH1E CITY OF NEWPORT
tin exofutiioin of a deer.vf the Law
amd Equity Ooam of the City of Rich?
mond, in tin- suit of E. M. Cru'tchlleld
who sues and vie. plaintiff vs. New?
port News Company et als defendants,
on December 17th, lsnT, we, tin- under?
signed, will sell at public auction, on
the premises, on
THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH, 1S98,
tit 1:30 o'clock P. M., the followins
Uns ? to 17, excluding :?. Block No. a.
Lots IS to :17 in 15 o.-k No. 11. ail of
Block No. -1. ail ..f Block No. f.. oil of
Block No. 17. ili of Block N- ?. is. Lots
10 .to LT. in Block No. tl, Lots -1 to 40 in
B... k N... 114. Lots -1 to 40 in Block NO.
16, all of Hi 1 k No m, all of Block No
20, all o: Block No. 21, ail of Bock N ?
20. al of Block No. 23, ail of Block No.
39, ai ot Block N... tu. all of Bi.K-k No.
41. Lois lo to 111 in Block No. nr., Lois
Hi to ;t;i in Block No. ;:s. ..'.I of Block
N... 42. nil of Block No. 43, oil of Block
No. -tl. all of Bloek No. 4:.. I?,is in :..
24 in Block No. 17. I?.ts 39 and 40 n
Bi... k No. H... a'l'i of Bloek til. all ?.f
Block No. 62 and Lots In to 2S in Block
No. PI os designated on a map of the
property of the Newport News Compa?
ny made toy Braxtmn; Chandler and
M i' ye. engineers, and of record in the
lefk's oflice of .the County Court of
Elizabeth City county.
These lots lie immediately on tile
electric ear line from Newport News to
Hampton., some of them facing on the
car line and others on HamiHom IRloads.
To s section is rapidly building up and
offers exceptional! advantages to Invest?
ors. The lots are from 30 to 50 f.-o;
front with a depth lot 132 fe-t and IS
end 20 f.H.t alleys in the r.-ar.
W. P. DeSAHTSSURE,
E. E. MONTAGUE,
Sp. .vai Commissioners.
March 8. Uns.
F.. E. Crutchfleid who sues
and etc. Plaintiff
Newport News Cminny ??!
.is . Defendants.
In tie- Law on 1 Equity Court of the
City of Richmond.
1. P. P. Winston, clerk of sad court,
certify that the bond required of the
special commissioners by the den reo in
salid ca'use of December 17, 1S97, has
iM-en duly given.
Given tinder my hand this llftth de.y
of December, 1S97.
P. P WINSTON. Cl-tk.
The sale will] 1.- conducted by POW
ETJL BROS. KINC. who will furnish
maps and give ail desire.] information.
Paedes desiring further particulars
WiiU ptease 'ail at 'their o'lflc- in the
basement of the Citizens & Marine
Bank Building, corner Twenty-seventh
street and Washington avenue.
^^^^^ CANDY I
I ^fefe ^ CURE CONSTIPATION _S
I N??j*^^^^__ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^
' 25c 30c ^fe^^^fe^S^^^ DRUGGISTS ^
ft If you want a building lot %
V\ Buy it of the N
J Old Dominion Land Gomoanu J
M Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the fj^
m Finely located business lots on "Washington ave. \i
|| Farms for side or rent in Elizabeth (JUy, War- ff
tj? wick and York Counties. B
Oid Dominion Lsand Cioinpany? ^
a) ROOM NO. 11. %i
n FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, fj
Q OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M. H
We Cannot Give
You the Earth
in give you the best Real Estate value
n earth. If y< u are open to tIii.- pur
has of property, 5; will bo to ? i?r
intual "advantage to have you look
ver what we have to otter.
Buys .1 n.-.tt seven-room Dwelling,
,-lth fixtures for hott? gas and e'.ee
riicity; bath, sewerage and. all convtwi
iiices, situated on Liafayette a'venue.not
tar from the Court 'Hbuse. The Jot is
worth $1.000.00. Will r.m't for $16.00 a
month. TIEIRMS.?AccommD ' luting.'
Buys a modern DwelEng of sevK-n
rooms and .utr, situ.it.d a'bove '.'ho
dry Dc.yk, facing the rtver. Rents for
$18.00 a month.
Buys a thPie-story frame, sMiinigle
r? o:" I ?weM-.'ng. eighteen rooms, situated
on Tw-enty-fliftb street, ibetweem War?
wick and Jefferson avenues. Rents for
$43.00 u ni nth.
Buys ithl.rner Cot and the two lots
next to it on the corner of Hampton
and Roanoke a\i nues.
Buys one of the most desirable busi?
ness lots ..u Washington avenue.
Buys o good ibuslirness lot on Twenty
thiiikl sire. t. between Warwick and Jef
Conscini avenues. This lot has a goo*
iiriek-Ilu.-hoi foundation on it; worth
Buys one of the most desirable resi
itortt 'lots in the ?My, near Washington
avenue on Thirty-third streets.
MULFORD & EDMUNDS,
General Real Estate,
No. 135 Twenty-fifth street.
PHONE NO. 25?4. _,
I Eat f\t
MACKEY'S . . .
. . RESTAURANT.
Meals at til! hours. First-class Din?
ner, 25c. From 12 to 2 P. M. The best
that the market affords In every re
I s;>ect. Game in season. Suppers fur- |
I nished to parties on short notice.
Cor, Washington A venae and 24th St.
CJEORGE LOUSE.. !V%(?r.
J. B. 3W1NKKTON, Manage*
I SPECIAL RATKS TO COMMKBC1A1
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
E~ W. JOHNSON
Contractor and Builder
NEWPORT NEWrf, VIA.
Plans and Specifications Prepared on
house work A SFjECTAXiTS,
Home Influences Arc Elevating
And there Is no place that the weary
man turns to with such pleasure as he
does towards home. Every man should
have one?especially when we cam hell
hi.m one on easy term's, and on proper?
ty UhaJt its a. good paying Investment.
buM you a house. We have farms of
all sizes for sale.
$?.",0.00 Wil,l buy a n-at dwelling on
Twenty-third street corctttiiniiing
four rooms. Terms. $100 ciaslh
and biajance In monUhly lay?
men!* of $10.
$1,300 Will buy a store with sewn
rooms albove, now renting tor $20
per month, located on Ro&noke
avenue. Terms', $100 cash and
balance- to stilt purchaser.
$1,1100 Will buy a neat dwelling con?
taining five cooms on Forty
fourth street. Terms, one-hailf
(ash, ba-1'a.nee on ooo mm/.dating
$7,500 Will buy a n'ice press brick front
house .-'ti Washington avenue, in
the heaTt of the city, containing
three stores and flaiis of twen?
ty-four rooms above them. This
building is renting for $169 per
month. Terms, $3,7.",o cash, bal?
ance to t.uil purchaser.
$30,000 Will buy a three story press
brick front building on Wash?
ington avenue, which rents fan
$250 t>er month. Terms, one
foitrtih cash, balotmce on one, two,
three, four and live years.
No. 111.". 22n'd Sir.-.-:, S-rooms
No. 1039 27th Street. 6-rooms
j New. B-foom 31th s:.. no.
I Warw ilck ave .
300S Washington avenue.$27..0r.
?103? 26tih street . l" ""
29th stre-n and Virginia aye.... 10.0J
TIIOS B. HENLEY & CO
Real Estate and Insurance.
2700 Washington avenue.
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
MADE M E A RflAM
AJAX TABLETS rO^ITIVKEY C?IU'1
nry, i in [.oNmcy. S ii-.i;. 11 >-*s no.-h, (itc.. Caused
by Atmuo or otLur i>ic<??sus and IndiB
cnitlonri. They <iui<-tily antS survtfj/
Loi-.T. Vitality In oltloryouniMind
rorfcUidy, IniMnt.+is or lanrriiigo.
^Prevent Insanity and Con?:irni.ti
Lauen in utno. Their r?on-l.nw^ immediate fmprcve
meat and efTacta a O IUE where nil other fail In
Bint uion huvinc the genuine Aj.,x Tnhleta. Th?
have cured Ihounandsund wiHcuro you. \V? ?ivo a pos?
itive written Kuarnntee'toelTma a euro CA fSVC 1"
euch case or refund the money. IVice w U.?imi
package; or sift pkuns (full treatment! for f-60- Uj
mail. In plain wrapper, upon receipt of price, f'lrcalar
^ AJAX REMEDY CO., H&-*"Sf*
For sale in l.'awport News, by A. E. G.
Klor. * ?-tu. to. sa-U.
Mackey s Cafe
J. MACKE"?, Proprietor.
The Best.Known Saloon Man
In Newport News. ? ? ? ?
lines, Liquors & Cigars
flrt&ST EXPORT Ulttl MADE.
Comfortable Pool and Billiard
Parlors Adjoining Cafe.
R. J. MACKBY.
VA, TRAHSP?RTAT50M ?0?,
W. R. SCULL, Manager.
Freight, Baggage, Safes and Furni?
ture Carefully and Promptly Moved.
rates.kiuds of Hauling done at low
?PHONE IB9i? P. O. BOX 14L
If you wear a truss wear
Easy to Wear.
Hips or Back.
Endorsed by physi?
cians of Newport News
from Healthy cows
suable ae clean
as a bouse and ail
ways open for Inspection?0 cents a
I quart or 3 cents a pint. (Milk from Jer
I sey cows 8 cents a quart or 4 cents a
pi n't in glass bottles. Delivered any?
where in the city.
J. E? Langs low.
/ i HESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
VTWf TRAINS DAI" T FOR WASH?
INGTON. TWO THROUGH TRAINS
In EFFECT JANUARY 6. 1898.
WESTWARD." I Mo. 1 No. 8
II.V. Newport News 9:00 a. 4:35 p.
Ar. Richm-nd 11:15 a. 6:50 p.
Ar Washington ?3:40 p. 11:30 p.
Lv. Richmond 2:15 p. 10:30 p.
j Ar. Charlottesville 5:41 p. 2:43 p.
I Ar. Ciifton Forge 8:57 p. 6.30 a.
Hot Springs . 9:05 a.
Ar Ronceverte 8:51 p. 7:25 a.
I Ar. White Sulp. SpgB I Hog .
I Ar. Huntington I 3:25 a. 12:30 p.
r. Cincinnati 7:55 a. E:15a.
r Louisville_U:00a.__8:00 p.
?Except Sunday. Other lime daily.
No. 1 Old Point to Cineiiinatl and
Louisville daily. Parlor car Old Point
Richmond and Pullman sleeping car
Richmond :'or Cincinnati, Louisville aad
Louis. Meals served on dining car
I west of Gordonsville. Connects at Rich
I mond for Lynchburg and Lexington.
No. S for Cincinnati daily. Fullman
I sleepers Old Point to Hinten, W. Va.,
1 Gordonsville to Cincinnati and
Loulsv.iie. Meals served on ^iait-g care
st of Gordomwiiie.
Lv. Newport New*
Lv. Newport News
At. Old Point
I No. 2 I No. 4
]_ Daily. | Daily.
I 11:05 a. 6:00 i>~
1 12:05 p. 7:00 p.
I 12:18 p. j 7:16 P.
I No. 2 No. 4
J Daily. \ Daily.
I 11:05 a. j 6:00 p.
11:28 a. 6:23 p.
[ 11:36 a. I 6:80 p.
Steamer Loulpe leaves Portsmouth
daily at 7:40 A. M. and 3 P. M.; leaves
Norfolk S A. M. and S:30 P. M. for New?
For tickets, rates and other Informa?
tion, apply to E. W. Robinson, ticket
agent, Newport News, Va., or John D.
Potts, assistant general passenger
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS?
PORTATION CO.'S STEAMSHIP
LINES FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE,
Leave Newport News via Norfolk for
Boston every Monday, Wednesday ami
Friday, soiling from Norfolk at 6 P.
M. Leave for Providence every Tues?
day, Thursday and Saturday at 6 P. M.
Leave. Newport News for Baltimore
daily (except Tuesday) at 5 P. M., con?
necting for Washington, Philadelphia
and New York. Fare to Baltimore, one
way t'Z.00; round trip $5.00, including
stateroom berth. Accommodations and
; cuisine unequalled. Freight and passen?
gers taken for all points north and east.
For further lnf .rmutlon apply to
L. C. SAUNDER3, Agent, Newpott
W. P. TURNER. G. P. A.
J. C. WHITNEY, T. M.
General Office. Baltimore. Ml
11 HE NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
The New and Powerful Iron Palace
Steamers, Newport News, Washington
i^A Norfolk, will leave dally as followi:
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North sirett at. 6:50 p. m
Leave Nor'-.lk, "cot of Kathews
street e.t. 6:10 p. m.
Leavi Old Point at.7:20 p.m.
Arrive Washington at. 6:45 a. m
B. & O. R. R. PENN. R. R.
Leave Washington at 8:00 a m 7:20 a m
Arrive Philadelphia at 11:10 am 10:4t> a in
Arrive New York at 2:00 p m !:23 p m
South bound, B. A; O. U. K. Penn, lt. K
Leaves New i'ork at 11:30 a m 1:00 pa
Leaves Philadelphia at 1:33 n m 3:18 pr
Arrives in Wssnington 4:30 p m 6:1h p
SieametH leave Washington at 7:0C pa
Arrive Fortress Monroe at 6:30 a a
Arrive Norfolk at 7:30 a t
Arrive Portsmouth at 8:00 a n
The trip down the historic Potomac rivci
and Chesapeake bay on the elegant steamer
ot this Company is unsurpassed. 1'Li
steamers are comparatively tew, bavin;
been built in 18I?, and are fitted up in tL
most luxuriant manner, with electric light
?all bells ar.ti steam beat in each room. Tbc
?.bkia are supplied with every delicacy c
the season from the markets ef Wr.shingto-.
For further information applj to
D. J. CALLA H AN, A?er.t,
p HE STEAMER S. A. M'CALL
X will leave Newport News with both
freight and passengers for Petersburg
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
about 7:15 A. M., andi will leave Newport
News for Norfolk every Tuesay, Thurs?
day and Saturday about 3:30 P. M.
Will leave Norfolk evory Monday,
Wrednesday and Thursday at 6 A. M.
sharp. J. W. PHILLIPS
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA POINTS.
The elegant passenger steamships
Jamestown, Yorktown, Guyandotte,
Princess Am.-.e.Oid Dominton. 'leave New
York every day except Sunday at 3:00
P. M. for Norfolk and Newport News,
touching at Fortress Monroe on the
south bound trip.
The ships of this line leave Norfolk
for New York direct every night at 7:30
A short, delightful and Invigorating
First-class, straight, Including
meals and berth.$ 8 00
First-class, round trip. Includ?
ing meals and berth.1J 00
Steerage without subsistence. 4 60
Steamer Luray arrives front Smith
field and leaves for Norfolk daily ex?
cept Sunday, at 8:30 A. M. Returning
leaves NorfoP fron Bay Line wharf
every day except Sunday at S P. M.
M. B. CItOWELL, Agent
Sort of Weather
Things wont settle down until spring; is
here in earnest. However, you may
want a medium weight suit or a pair of
trousers to patch out until the weather
get.i warmer. Come in and select one
ol' our suits or trcusers at
in price and you will be surprised how
much you got for little money.
..v.T.-.in Is for $1:1.33
overcoats for 12.00
overcoats f.?r lo.oo
overcoats for !<.<?)
overcoats for fi.67.
overcoats for 6.33
?.-< rcoats f.nr 4.00
overcoats for 3.33.
00 suits for $12.00.
50 suits f..r 11.00.
00 suits for 10.00.
.00 suits for 8.00.
.00 suits for G.87.
.50 suits for 6.00.
j$fi.00 'trousers for J-1.00.
6.00 trousers for 3.33.
4.00 .trousers for 2.67.
3.50 troust>rs for 2.33.
3.00 trousers for 2.00
2.60 trousers for 1.68.
2.00 trousors for 1.33.
1.60 trousers for 1.00
5.00 hoy's suits for 3.33.
4.00 boy's? suits for 2.07.
3.00 boy's suits for 2.00.
2.60 boyV suits for 1.68.
2.00 boy's suits for 1.33.
1.60 boy's suits for 1.00.
Just Opened for Early Spring :
NEW EANCY SHIRTS.
'2(100 Washington avenue.
Now 1 cated at ce
I <g over Ideal Pharmacy.
2 Formervy in P- st Office Buildin
^ Office Hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
K Weshlngton avenue and Twenty-eighth street,
;g , over Daii
r Daily Prers office.
Sundays, 3 A. M. to 12 M.
m CROWNS. M KARAT GOLD. *5.00 PER TOOTH.
EXTRAC I'i N .26 centa
painlep:.? IIXTRAOTIffG.50 cents
? STLVEit i"!!.! 1 Nvj.60 cents up
gold filling.n.oo up.
TEETH CLEANED."5 CJnta.
W$ y-y ?*- - ? "^"VW^r c- v ?* yr f ?y ~ir "V \jr V^T' "^~TF #
Special sale of Reed Rockers for ten days only.
"Worth $8.00, our price $o.87A. This is no fak?,
but a modest way of telling the people that I ap?
preciate their patronage.
2803 and 2805 Washington Avenue.
C B. WK.ST, President. D. 3. JONES.
-President. W. E. VEST, Cashi.
Citizens and Marine Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, YA.
CAPITAL $50,000. SUR* LUS S 11,000
PAID IN DIVIDENDS, SI 3.500.
A general banking business. Every facility offered f.jr safe and prompt
transaction of business on favorable terms. The accounts of Corporations,
Firms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given 'o collections. Drafts
drawn on all parts of the world.
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OF %i 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. Oarrett. J. M. Curtis.
W. A. Post, President. J. R. Swlnerton, Vice-President. J. A. Wlllett, Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF NEWPORT NEWS.
CAPITAL $100,000- SURPLUS $27.003
DIP-EC TORS :
W. A. Post, J. R. Swlnerton. M. B. Crowed, M. v. Doughty,
R. G. Bickford. C. B. Oreutt, I. Eugene White, J. A. Willett.
Accounts of banks, corporations, merchants, individuals and tlrms Invited.
We offer depositors every accommodation which their balances, business and
responsibility warrant. Sell our own drafts drawn on all principal cities of
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
SCHMELZ BROS., BANKERS
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts of individuals, firms and corporations solicited.
Collections made on all parts of the country. Foreign exchanges bought
and sold at lowest rates. Foreign drafts Issued on all parts of the world.
IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from 10 cents to $5,000.00 and Interest allowed at the rat? of
i PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Only safety boxes In the city secured by time locks._
PURE ICE, ' ARC, X
Bell Wiring done
GOLD STORAGE, i on snort notice.
ARG LIGHTS Inspection guarv
Incandescent Lights, | anteed,
METER OR CONTRACT
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Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
(Board of Directors meet third Tuesday in each mouth.)