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inrWPOHT NBTWS AD3.
THAVE TOST RECEIVED
VIT SECOND SHIPMENT OF
THIS DELIGHTFUL FOUN?
TAIN BEVERAGE "S. RE?
PRESENT TOUR TICKETS
AT 2VTT FOUNTAIN AND
G'ET A GLASS.
TOU WILL LIKE IT.
I INTRODUCED IT HERE
A!ND KNOW HOW TO
. DON'T FORGET. BRING
ME TOUR TICKETS.
THET ARE WORTH *5 CTS.
TO TOU AND 5 CENTS TO
Wni. 6. Burgess,
We will place on
sale this morning two]
hundred and fifty
pairs /Hen's calf Shoes
in black and russet, at
the low price of
the pair. Tormerly
sold for $4.00. 53.00
S2.50. The choice for
the early bird.
Alsaf offer as a flyer |
25 dozen 75-cent /Ha-!
dras Shirts with se?
parate cuffs for 48
cents. All sizes from
14 up to 16 1-2.
Clothier. Shoer ana
When Visiting Phoebus Gall at |
PHOEBUS (IE, 1
ft ladies and Gents dining: parlor, fi
S Meals at all hours, also lodging. ?
3 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. V
iTfiOS. ft. DOUTfiTYj
5 PROPRIETOR. 5
ft Formerly proprietor of RaJlroaJ g
5 House, Newport News. Tour ?
# patronage solicited. Give ua a 8
Mellen street, near Mallory, W
ft PHOEBUS, VA S
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New Stock, New Prices
Pianos <S Organs
Call &ExamineWhen Passing
The Hume, Minor Co,
MO MAIN STREET,
JL mi. DAVIS,
FOB BRICK AND STONM WORK,
Batlanatae cheerfully given. Office in
rood No, 7, Ci tizens and Marine ..Bank.
|>. a Bos Ul ? fehS-Jna
Get a Hoys on loa
Tf you expect t o secure any
of the rare bargains that we
are selling our nobby Cloth?
ing anil Furnishings at.
Our Kaster sales have been
very satisfactory and in ap?
preciation theieof we have
stuck the knife right into
the prices of our spring suits J
and let them go at unheard
of low prices.
Fora Special Offer We sell
a first class white unlaun?
dered shirt" at 532 cents, real
price 50 cents.
N". B.?Our line of shirts,
comprising the latest pat?
terns and made out of the
best of fabrics, have won the
fame of being
"Hottest Numbers in Town."
If von wish to have a nice
Suits Made to Order
we have a magnificent as?
sortment from $12.00 up.
Johnson and Mere's Old siond
Queen Street, Hampton, Va.
U^IT'Look for the red front.
P. B. MESSENGER,
?? MANOPACTGREB OV
Frames, Sash, Blinds & Dears
Queen Street, HAMPTON. VA.
P. O. Bot. IB.
In this store there are half a hundred
little things that would make y our
Their cost is infinitesimal.
We can't mention them all.
Rest way to come and see.
Have you seen the "Ohio" Free?.?-?
Well, don't buy until you' do see it.
You'll take no other.
Without question the finest freezer
On the market.
Geo. n. Richter,
No. 9 Queen Street, Hampton, Va.
$100.00 horse, carriage, harness, two lap
robes, whip, halter, weight, two bitch?
ing straps. The horse is absolutely
blooded and warranted sound, kind,
gemtle and fearlws. The whi.de turnout
would be cheap for $200.00. I -wild sell
'or $100.00 spr-t cash. Not a blemish on
? he horse any way, shnpe or form, and
a. gv,er. 3. J. BROWN, of
Brown & Hoagland,
Real Estate office Popular Avenue,
Phoelius. A thorough trial will be
?riven and a responsible guarantee.
LOCK BOX 235,
Va. Transportation Co.
W. r. SCULIj, Manager.
Freight, Baggage, Safes ami 1> rn[
ture carefully and promptly moved.
AH kinds of hauling done at low
?PHONE 2592. P. O. BOX HI.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
Market Quotations From the
Leading- Business Centers
YORK STOCK MARKET:
NEW YORK, May 6.?There were
?r.king elements of strength in today'ii
stock market owing to the effect a hat
most' of the day's Changes are on the
side of losses.
The bull sentiment had several severe
drawbacks to conitend with and the
selling pressure on 'the market was at
[lines very heavy. Agia'in and again
t'he buying demand was sufficient to
overcome all ?bfftactes and to absorb
ail offerings, carrying prices upward
on a large volume of business. It ws*
not until tlu- ftoJl hour that the market
finally succumbed to the burden of li?
quidation and yielded practically all
earlier gains and established lo-ses
ranging up to 2 per cent in some of the
>i>ec laities. American stocks were
'heavy In London 'before t'he opening
here in sympathy with a general de?
pression in that market. The resump?
tion of t'he gold import movement has
been cited as a bull argument, but the
withdrawals of gold from Uondon and
Europe have resulted in a renewal of
ftringent money conditions there. This
in turn has weakened the speculative
market and nas induced large seW?ng
? if Americans because of the goud inar
k-.-t. for them existing 'here and mure
I'vt-ticularty the purpose of relieving
the demand for exchange. The indion
t'ions were t'ha't the New York market
would have successfully absorbed t'hese
offerings Tiad it not been for the deve'l
imcnt of t'he Lafyette episode w.hich
used some timidity among buyers.
The bond market showed .t.he effect of
elling for London account 1n. come
' the .^peculat'ive Issues as did 't'he
_.ock merket. Otherwise t'he tone was
strong and prices <rre generally 'higher.
The total sales of stocks today were
Atchison. 1 ?5 j
Baltimore & Ohio. IS
Canada Pac.lic . 8H
Canada Southern. 4!.'4
Chesapeake & Ohio. 20}
Chicago A; Alton. 15-1
Chicago, Burlington"& Quincy.. 07!
C. C. C. & St. L.
do do pref'd. 72
Delaware & Hudson. 1104
Delaware, Lack. & \V.108
Erie (new). 12j
Fort. Wayne. 107
Great Northern pref'd. lb'7
Illinois Central. 101* |
Lake Shore . . ISO
Louisville & Nashville. 51| [
Manhattan L . 1014,
Michigan Central. VWl
Missouri Pacilic. 31
Mobile & Ohio. 27
New Jersey Central..'. 93! 1
New York Central. 11J
Norfolk & Western. 13j
Northern Pacific. . 25*
do pref'd. Odi
Rock Island. 834
St. Paul. ?24
do pref'd. 14:>i
Southern Pacific. 14} ,
do pref'd. 2811
Texas & Pacific. 1( f |
Union Pacific pref'd,. 5Ug
Adams Exuress. !t:0|
American Express. 123
United States Express. 3'J
Wells Parto Express. 113
ymerican Tobacco. .... Ill)
do pref'd . 115
People's Gas. U3$ |
Consolidated Gas. 132
General Electric. 34- |
Pacific. Mail. 20
Pullman Palace. 170
Silver Certificates. 50
Sugar ..-. 130!
do pref'd . Ill
Tennessee Coal & Iron. 23} j
Western Union. 884
Chicago Northwestern. 123J |
do pref'd. 171
Chicago Great Western. 134/1
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
CHICAGO, May 6.?May wheat today
rored a range of ten cents, closing a j
I fhade lower; July covered a range .if
21-2 cents, closing at l-2c decline. 0:h
er grains were heavy. Com gained j
5-Se; oats unchanged. Provisions, un?
changed. Pork closed 5c lower, and I
hard and ribs 2 l-3c lower respectively.
WHEAT? Open High Low Closed
Mav 140J > lf.O 140 1411}
July l'OJ 10iJ luO 10!
Sept f4 85 83| 83 i 1
Dee Hi 83} 81 81M
Mav 33? 344 334 33}
July 33} 33 J 33 i 34
Sept 34} 35* 31A 34 4
May 303 31J 30i 30+
Jlllv HtSf, 274 20* 20}
Sep't 23J 24f 23} 2;ss
Mav 10.80 11 05 11.(X) 10.80
Julv 10.07! 11.20 11 00 11.00
May 5.874 5.00 5.82 * 5.824 j
Julv 5.?S 0.00 5.824 5.82? !
May 5.55 5.524 5.474
July 5.55 5.5SI4 5.52A 5.524 \
Cash rjuotatious were its follows:
Flour strong No 2 yellow corn,34};No.
: spring wheat, 115; No. 3 cpring
wheat, 103?25; No. 2 red, 145(^147";
No. 2 corn, 34}; No. 2 oats, 31};
No. 2 white, 83!(m34;No. 3 white, 324 |
@33J; No. rye, OS4Cf_ftK9; No 2 barley,
|42(?50; No. 3, -; No. 4, ?
-; No. 1 flax seed, 135@135i; prime
timothy seed, 2.75; mess pork per
barrel 10.80(iil0.85;lard per 1'"> pounds
"i email@example.com; short ribs sides (loose),
i.35(05.70; dry salted sL. ulders
boxed 4}@5; short clear side^,
I boxed, firstname.lastname@example.org; whi*key disri'lera'
finished goods, per gallon, 120
NEW YORK COTTON FUTURES.
(NUiW YORK, May O.-JCotton futures
Iclostd steady; sales, 65.300 bales. May
6.19; June, 6.21; July, 6.25; August, 2.29;
I September, 6.2S; October, 6.28; Novem- |
ber, G.20; December, 6.31; January, 6.33.
NEW YORK. May 6.?The total bank
clearings for the United States for the
week were $1,176,728,101; per cent, in?
crease, 5.0; exclusive of New York,
$536,464.263; per cent. Increase, 11.5.
The new Presbyterian churcJh
Chai'lO't'teisyille will 'be dedicated on the I
15th instant, Rev. Dr. Moore, of t'he
Ur.ion Theological Seminary, preaching
"Yes, doctor, you ihave cured <mv 1
j rheumatic foot, but I think you ought
I to throw off a*bout $4 from this bill."
^'What for, sir?"
"Because you flrave robbed ime of
I my best barometer."?Chicago Tribune.
I was to have mairrled the Countess,
butcher whole family wtis opposed to
"And Phe Countess?"
"She Is one of the family."?Fliegende
"what is the difference between an
optimist and a pessimist?"
"An optimist believes In mascots and
a pessimist in hoodoos."
FL A M P T ? N N E Wg.
3-inmpto? . Bureau of HaUy Press
King Street, near Queen, opposite the new Postoffice.
AU news letters for publication in t his department should be addressed to
Daily Press Bureau, Hampton.
The Daily Press will be found for sale every morning at the following
Hampton?Postoflice news stand, Co Ibert's book store, and at the King
Old Point?Baulch*s stationery and book store, Hygeia Hotel, Chamberlin
Hotel and Sherwood Hotel.
Comment on Thursday
Night's Proceedings. ?
LEFT THE BILLS UNPAID.
A Scheme So Oust Cupluiu Foster or ;lse
first W>?r<l. C;ll?lttill Palmer Con?
victed. Keith Wrny
The sudden collapse of Thursday
night's meeting ot the town council,
caused by the withdi-.avftl of Messrs.
Segar Whiting and S. S. Cunningham,
was the leading local topic of discus?
sion yesterday. The action of iV.a,
councilmen in leaving the chaml? .
met with butli condeiutiation and ap
proval. Those who favotji admitting the
Bell Telephone Company to the city on
equal terms with tne liome organiza?
tion are out-spoken in their disapprov?
al ot the course of the two councilmen.
while of course. those who think the
Bell should be kept out lind it easy to
justify their retirement. The question
raised by the incident transcends the
telephone controversy. It is doubtless
safe to say that a majority of the citi?
zens of the city, regardless of their
feelings with respect to the contention
between the two companies, believe
that Messrs. Whiting and Cunning
bain should have remained at their
posts. Indeed, expression was given
to this opinion many times yesterday.
It was not generally known that the
application of the Bell Company would
be received at Thursday night's meet?
ing. Mr. Foster, who was absent,
knew it, because Mr. Cumming, the
attorney for the Hell people, had called
upon him during the day and informed
him-that the request for admission
would be presented. Mr. Foster was ill,
hence could not attend. As lie was
the only absentee it is argued that
liiere was no valid reason for post?
poning the public business by breaking
the quorum. Many people with bills
against the city were forced to go
away without their drafts and, in some
cases, it is said, the unceremonious
adjournment has worked hardships.
Hut the most interesting feature of
this childish and tiresome controversy
lies in the fact?if information obtain?
ed by the Daily Press correspondent Is
worthy of credence?that the policy of
the town law-makers is marked by a
decided political tint. The colored pop?
ulation of the city is represented by
Messrs. Andrew Williams aflTi Simon
Bryant, two of the best known and
most popular colored men in the coun?
ty. How they would have voted on
the telephone question cannot be stat?
ed, but there is reason to believe that
they would have supported Mr. Book?
er's ordinance. But. however that may
be, there appears to be a disposition to
antagonize them on account of their
color. Oddly enough, however, both
their friends and their foes tire mem?
bers of the Democratic party. Hut It
must be said in behalf of the two col?
ored members, despite the antiphathy
toward fhem. that as members of the
town council they have conducted
themselves in a manner worthy of
commendation. Hither of these nu n.
if he were Inclined to So so. could re
lute a most sensational, but absolutely
truthful, story growing out of his
councilmanlc experience. If it is ever
told?and ft may be before many days
?the names of several widely known
men will figure in it In star roies. It
will reveal a. combination of polities
and boodle which will afford the gos?
sips in both petticoats and pantaloons
an abundant of chatter-box material
for months to come.
But the question at the present time
is. will the Bell get in? There is a de?
cided ilisposltion to believe that the
action of Messrs. Whiting and Cun?
ningham will make friends for the ap?
plicant. Hut whether it will or not ;h ?
Press cannot say. The homo compa?
ny's service has undoubtedly been
greatly improved recently and those
who. a few months ngo, were wont to
complain, are now satisfied. There
a good Newport News and Norfolk
service and everything is being done
by the company to please its patrons.
But the Bell promises to give the p o
ple bettfr telephons at the same priee
charged lry the home people.
CONVICTION OF CAPT. PALMER.
His Strange Conduct While on the
Captain John Palmer, of .the Soldiers'
Home in this city, who wuts charged
with altering a marriage certificate in
order to obtain a widow's pension for a
woman named Oarrett. was on Thurs?
day adjudged guilty by a jury in the
United States court at Norfolk. He
was ably defended by Attorney F. S.
Collier, of this place. The trial lasted
but one day.
Captain Paimer. it -is said, was intox?
icated when he toot: the stand. .He
Is also said to have/weakened his case
by several rather violent reference^ to
Commissioner TuoMer, of the Home.
Mr. Tucker is said^^fo ahve been
friendly to the pw*oner. but several
questions propounded to him by Dis?
trict Attorney White were not answer?
ed as Palmer 'thought they should have
been and he immediia.iely proceeded to
experss his disapproval in strong terms.
Mr. Collier went back to Norfolk to?
day and will move that 'the veteran be
granted a new trial.
FIGHTING A COUNCILMAN.
Movement on Foot to Oust Capt. C. S.
A movement is on foot here to oust
Captain C. S. Foster from the Town
Council and to install Mr. .1. W. Rowe,
the wholesale grocer, in his place. The
ground on which the effort will be
made is that Captain Foster is no
longer a resident of the ward from
which he was elected. Shortly u/tar
leaving the Barnes' Hotel be took- a
house in the lower section of the city
and imcmdiatcly some of bis constitu?
ents in the First Ward raised the ques?
tion of his right to serve. Mr. Howe
who resides on Mel rose avenue, a short
street which leads off from Armistead
avenue at the power house, wus se?
lected to succeed the captain and yes
terduy a petition asking the Council
to appoint 'him was circulated in the
'West. End. The purpose of the grocer's
friends was to Jay the petition before
the local lawmakers laet night, but
Messrs. Wrhiting and Cunningham
spoiled their plans by retiring and
breaking the quorum.
The removal of Captain Foster, how
ver, is said to be merely incidental to
the aceomplisbmenx of a much mjore
important matter. The captain from
the moment the application of the New?
port News and Old Point Railroad Com?
pany for the right of. way through the
city was filed, has been friendly to the
enterprise and was one of the four
members that voted in its favor.
The ordinance admitting the new
litte was passed some time age.
and It was generally believed
that the railway question, su far
as the council was concerned, was set
tied. 1l lias been known, however, for
three weeks that an effort would be
made to secure a r- emsideration of
the vote by which- the ordinance ?a*
passed, provided the two colored court
oilmen?Messrs. Williams and Bry?
ant?could be convinced that it was
their duty tu support the movement.
It is said that till efforts in this di?
rection have failed and that the
colored councllnien are firm in their
stand in favor of the road.
Attention was then culled to the offi?
cial seaip of Captain Foster, and it is
charged that Mr. Rowe. who is a pop?
ular man. but who is said to be opposed
to tin- new line, was put forward in or?
der to strengthen opposition to the new
it was also ex peeled th:i;t Council?
man Segar Whiting, who tendered hi.;
resignation several weeks ago. would
retire las; nigh*, and that, Captain
Sehermerluvt-n. the agent of the Old
li, ruin on Steamship Company here,
would take his place. Captain Scher
merhorn is also said -to 'be opposed to
the new railroad, and he.-.ce if he and
Mr. Rowe are installed the Reach Line
will probably have a peck of trouble
on its hands.
CAST EVENING'S STORM.
The Most Severe Kver Known in tili?
No such hail storm as that which
pelted earth for ten minutes yesterday
afternoon in recorded in the meteori
logieal records of Elizabeth City cuiin
ty. It came on so suddenly that people
on the streets were pelted by the ball
stones before they could reach a place
of shelter. Little children out. on er?
rands were caught in it and ran as
fast as their chubby legs could carry
Uiem for the nearest open doorway.
Two tots, hardly more than five years
old. were quietly wending their way
homeward on upper Queen street when
the icy missies began dropping thick
and fast and bard around them. They
carried an umbrelia. and although the
protection it afforded was meagre, it
can hardly be doubted that it saved
their little heads from the painful ef?
fects of a lligid fussilade from the sky.
They dodged in Mr. Davis' marsh
market store badly frightened and
thorouafrly drenched. The lop of a de?
livery wagon belonging to Mr. J. T.
Ree. the grocer, was hopelessly riddled.
In almost every section of the city the
sidewalks were white with the blos?
soms beaten from the shade trees.
Chickens were killed and flour gar?
dens in the resident quarters were
pounded to pieces. Fortunately the
hail was unaccompanied by wind. Had
this not been the rase the window
glass men and the glaziers would have
had a first-class business cinch this
morning. The storm began about 5
o'clock and lasted ten minutes. Hull
stones as large as walnuts were picked
up after it. ceased. The streets were
white with the icy pebbles. The rain,
however, soon restored their natural
Considerable damage was probal>Ay
done to the crop in the country. Tht
farmers on Mill Creek suffered severe?
ly, it is said, and fear that the peas
have been "destroyed. Mr. James
Mitchell, one of the leading farmers ot
the county, says that the hail stones
along Mil! Creek measured 2 inches in
INSURANCE MEN GONE.
The Southeastern Tariff Association
closed its session at Old Point yester?
day. No business of interest to Hit
people of this section was transacted.
A committee consisting of E. W.
Butch,er of Petersburg; R. R. Warren,
of Richmond: T. L. Alfriend. of Rich?
mond, and Thomas Eggleston ami S.
V. Tupper, of Atlanta, was appointed
to investigate and report upon the re
cent anti-combination legislation in
this State. The matter was not dis?
cussed by the association.
Officers for the ensuing year wer?
elected as fololws: President. Capt.
R. S. Gay, ot Atlanta: Vicc-President.
W. K. Chapin, of Richmond; Secreta?
ry, Charles C. Kerning, of Atlanta.
Mr. Keith Wray. -who wns danger
otisly injured in a runaway accident
ten days ago. was on the streets yes?
Rev. Baker P. Ree. son of Junge Ree.
of this city, is here with hit, wltV for a
few days. Hevwill go to Columbia.
Tenn., to which place he has been call?
A delightful EpworUi-Reague enter?
tainment ^ook plnpr^at the West End
church last nig>?r An address was de?
livered Av^efie Rev. J. K. Jolllff, of
Dr. A. R. Wood fin, Mr. Henry
Schmeltz and others arc attending the
Baptist Convention at Norfolk.
Mr. Marlon Colburt. of this city, will
leave today on a visit to friends m
Richmond. While away he will attend
the Grand Rodge of Odd Fellows at
SHOT A COPORAR
Negro Thief Kills a United States
NEW ORLEANS. May '..?Corpora:
Anthony Cleary was shot and killed
today by Dennis Burreil, alias Brown,
Burre*! fled and sifter a long cnas*
took refuge in a barn at the corner of
Bernadette and Solomon streets. Th?
police and a crowd or citizens sur?
rounded the building. Tiie negro came
to one of the doors guarded by Patrol?
man Trimp and shot him through the
right side of the body, causing deatii
almost immediately. Burreil was final?
ly cornered by the police and citsens
and bis body riddled with bullets. Bur?
reil Was wanted in the parish of St.
John, where he stole $1.000 from the
house of a negro named Johnson. He
boarded a train on the Mississippi
Valley road and on the way down to
this city he became involved in a row
.with Conductor Morries. He shot the
latter in the right band and jumped
from the train. Sergeant Jncolis' and
Corporal Cleary attempted to arrest
him and he opened fire on them. The
first7shot grazed'Jacobs' neck and the
second entered Cleary'? body. Jacobs
drew a pistol and fired several shots
at Burreil and the latter returned th
fire. Burreil ran away, but was finally
A BAKER'S DOZEN O WISE SAWS,
Them ez wants, must choose.
Them ez hez. must lose.
Them ez knows, must gab.
Them ez guesses, must gab.
Them as borrows, sorrowt?.
Them ez lends, spends.
Them ez gives, lives.
Them ez keeps dark, is deep.
Them ez kin earn, kin keep.
Them ez aims, hits.
Them cz hez, gits.
Them ez waits, wins
Them ez will, kin.
? IS. ."R. S?ll '
W. W, WARREN
Opposite the Posto?lce.
NEWPORT NEWS ADS.
A Good Judg? of Fuel,
?111 never burn anything but our high
rude coal. It is not only satisfactory
>r cooking and heating purposes, but
:a intense bent and long continued
ombus'tlon makes it economical in the
C. C. SMITH &
Seventeenth street and Lafayette Ave.
Phone 2524. se 23-su,w&f-6m
Dr. Ohareot'e Tonic Tablets, the great
Parisian remedy, la a guaranteed cure
for the drink habit; also nervousness
and melancholy caused by over lndul
It deartroys the appatlta for atcaftolte
and aH Intoxicating beveragea, anl
Ieave? man as he ihould b? ft c?n be
administered without the knowledge of
the patient where necessary. Send for
pamphlet. Klor's Drus Stores. New?
port New?, Va.
Invest Money in Real Estate
Wlta pay you if yort get the advice of
some one in touch with the- market,
whose judgment you can depend on.
We claim to be as well posted on values
and futures as anyone in Nowtport
News, hs we make a study for the ben?
efit of our clients. Look at some of the
bargains In houses and lots, building
iots and farms that we are offering.
We hove farm lands from $5 to $50
per acre; suburban lots from $2S to $50
per r.ot; city lots from $150 to $7,0<>0 p-=r
lot; vacant lvla for lease from $10 to
$30 per lot
For dwelling of four rooms.
Terms, $100 cash and balance
payable $10 monthly t
For a s'tore; seven rooms above,
renting for $20 per month, cfiose
to Electric Car Line. Terms. $400
cash, balance easy payments.
For a neat dwelling cf five rooms
above shipyard. $600 cash, bal?
ance to suit purchaser.
For e new dwelling, to be com?
pleted within ten days, imme?
diately on car line, with efx
rooms besdes bath, and city wa?
ter. $300 cash, balance to suit.
For a new building with fifteen
rooms, bath, latrobe, and city
water, renting at $3S per month
Above shipyard. Terms $900
cash, balance to suit purchaser
For a nice brick building, well
located, now renting for $172
Ppt month. Terms $2,000 cash
and balnce on easy payments.
THOS.B. HENLEY & CO
Real Estate and Insurance.
1700 Washington avenue.
_ NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
, SEE OUR LINE f
of samples in
and other engraved
We represent a line liouse,
and tlicir work is ''elegant."
Our line of Stationery is
always the Best in the city,
? Op. Johnson's Opera House !i
I Eat at
MACKEY'S . . .
- . . RESTAURANT.
Meals at all hours. First-class Din?
ner, 2,ric. From 12 to 2 P. M. The best
that the market affords in every re?
spect. Game in season. Suppers fur?
nished to parties on short notice.
Cor. Washington Avenue and 2th St.
George Lohse, Manager.
THE WHEEL FOR YOU
ie KCT-TPSE is the wheel for you.
It will give you better satisfaction and
more permanent satisfaction than any
other wheel you can buy for tbe
It will look well and ride easy as
nng as it lasts, and it will last a loug
Newport News Cycle Go.,
FRED O. KIPPER. Manager.
221 27th Street, Newport News, Va.
The Woman Who
Carries Real Estate
as an investment will never.
I see want. She will alwuys have some?
thing which is better than money.
Money doesn't increase in value?real
estate does. There is no limit to Ita
capacity for Increasing. The man, wo- .
man or child who owns even a
tiny bit of property is free from worry
-has something to fall back upon ta
times of adversity.
We are real estate agents. Wa would
be glad to talk with you?a talk won't
$9.10 a Month
will buy you a comfortable home of ?
six rooms in East End, near the
corner of Twenty-seventh street
and Chestnut avenue.
A Modern Dwelling,
situated above dry dock, overlook?
ing the river, seven rooms and at?
tic, all conveniences.
An 18 Room Dwelling.
three stories. Just completed, sit?
uated on Twenty-fifth street, near
Washington avenue. When the
proposed bridge Is built across the
C. & O. railroad tracks it will
greatly enhance the value of this
property. Rents now for $45.00 a
General Real Estate,
135 and 137 Twenty-fifth stret, New?
&1ADE ME A MAN
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fiave oured Uiounands und \
tive writteu guarantee to etlect s._
each cose or rufuu d the money. Price 3_.
pneltnctt: or six pk&e? ifail treatment) for $2.60. _
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For sale In Newport Newa, Va, by
A. E. G. KLOR, Druggist,
ant! Family Liquor Store
BSlflBblSHED IN 1888,
Is the place for you to buy your
Wines and Liquors for' Cooking and
mese are me Rules oi me erne msoioo
?o Loud Talking
or Singing, discuss?
ing of Politics, Na?
tionality or Reli-1
gion. All who
cannot comply with
these rules are re?
quested to spend
their time and mon?
All orders by mall Win receive prompt
No. 2812 WASHINGTON AVH3NTJB5,
P. O. Box 10. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
J. K. BVINEBTOM, Sfanagm
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