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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1 SOS.
The result of Tuesday's election. s.i
far as regards complexion ,,t I he next
Congress, siill seems to he in doubt.
Naturally, both sides are claiming a
majority, but it w il probably require
an olli. ial count in sonic places i"_<iM
lle lb.- question definitely. Prom whit I
is known at present il is apparent that
neither party will be so much in lb.- as?
cendancy that legislation of a very rad?
ical nature can be attempted.
in' course, there is no hop,. ,,! any li
nan,ial legislation at the next session
,,f Congress. Even if the Republicans
have a majority of six or seven, there
would be enough believers in free silver
in lli.-ir ranks to prevent any legisla?
tion inimical to the white metal, while
it would require a Democratic majori?
ty of at least two-thirds to pass legis?
lation looking to tl.siablishmeni ..r
the free coinage of silver, so long as Mr.
McKinley occupies the Presidential
chair. It is, therefore, safe to say that
the financial question will remain
statu quo for the present, at least.
The voters of the Second Virgil
district are naturally anxious regardi
the complexion of the next House,
an overwhelming Republican major
n,ie 111 mean the unsealing of Hon. W.
A. Voting. If the majority is very small
it is safe to depend upon finding three
or four honest men who would stand
against b-s|..wing the seat upon the
con;.stain. It has been shown that
such things cannot safely he left to the
merits in i.use. Chairman Hull.
win, was Mr Wises most ardent sup?
porter in the campaign just ended,
practically admitted that there was no
foundation in justice for unsealing Mr.
Young in the last House. The major?
ity then, however was sufl'tcieiitly large
for partisan spirit to have Hill sway.
In the present case it may be that
enough honest Republicans can In
V^found to defeat such a palpable scheint
Now tViii the election is over, and tie
adniinisiratV.-u has hen more or iosi
endorsed, is it n> be hoped that lh<
American Peace Commissioners will
proceed to bring their es.., med Spanish
contemporaries to a propel .-eali/.atiou
or the importance of the ricgotiaiy.,ii.
progress in Paris. The Hons fon<U>
imagined that there would he a greai
upheaval in the political conditions |r
the United Stales and that the Presi
dent would not dare to pursue his fel
purpose to the exi.ni of taking th
Philippine Islands. While the reiuri
indicate that there have been Rcpiihl
try, no intelligent person cm for a a,
mem imagine that these reverses a
the result of antagonism to cxparislr.
Now that this last prop has been i
moved from the hope of tie- Span!
commissioners it should he compai
lively easy to reach a settlement.
In any event, Mr. David P. Hill e
return to his Wo.ilf.it .= Poosi with
proud consciousness ,,i duty well do
He tried to save his native Slate fr
the blighted effects ..f Ro..veltlsrn
?efused 10 lip saved. No .Inuhi t|K cx
intor (eels likins quoting ihe remark
llie old prophet lo the effect that
phraim is Joined to Iiis idols; |. i him
; Mr. .McKinley feels real friend!}
vard the French republic lie might
d i: his Secretary of War; t'r.-sideiii
nr.. s.is i', have lots of dilllciilty it
? piii? tlie job Piled. Ii is ''dollars P
ughnuls." Ii.awovor. that il" Mr. ?igoi
.old ever Koi hold of the position i
ill.I take something more serious thai
Kreuel, Cnbiiiet crisis to niake hill
lidates Holland and W
Ihe ciihsolation Of kie
ippeaif.I in the "also
thai is if shell knowled
ered a eonsoiatioii.
?|'le- high school and the Twente
ghlhslreel school, both und.., PrOIVs
ir Kpes, have raised $lM.lf. for lie- l.a
li.- .mi.cat Hind.
Tie I lutil iugloit sei.I contributed
.7.'. and Miss i'lark's private school l'.?
?ois i,,r i he same purpose.
Mori- brick were carted t.> lie- now
huh S.-le...I building Mi.tnho and Ihe
?rickliiy.-rs put in a lull .lav ilie
-in. one This is t4?- jirsi work thai
as h.-.-ll. .iU'.'.ir- on the high school in
' When the bri, kla\
. Ork Mi.i,.lay .-\ .-nil
wo |,,a,ls on the scene. Vest,-nla>
loriiing more hi i. U w,-r. .1.pel iher,
ml il looks as if He- "oik has 1.n
aimed in earnest.
The school trustees are anxious I.. g.
n Hi.- new I mil. I inns as s....n as pos
ible.i.s all .,r ihe r.is are now crowd
d and ilie classes are i brow n into con
usi<an ,,\\ ine to i le- la. i of tlccomm,,
\'A< 'i 'I NATU >N Pi >1 NTS.
There are lhirty-iliree public school
? upils. wle.se names are enrolled on the
.Iis of Ib.- high and I wciily-oighlh
itrori s.-l.Is. hut u ho are not attorni?
ng il,.- daily sessions owing to the fad
hat i hev have m.l I.,, yacclmited.
, hi Mondii.v. eighiy-thrcc pupils in
le-s.- s.l.Is. whose vaccination had
..i taken, -Act-.. sent lean.- to he ,. -
Ah.oil fifty of this number returned
.-ster.hiy. ha\ ing in the meantime vis
ted i he doctors ami suhji cted their
ims i., lie- vac. in,- point.
'I'll.- parents of tliirl.-en children re?
used i.. consider revaer iiialion and
h. ie are still twenty pupils in addition
vim have not reported lo their teachers
ill, ihe necessary proof Hun I hev were
-evn i ?cinated.
'I'll.- law in regard lo this .It er is
m-ing rigidly enforced lo t),. school
rust,es and ihey will not make and ,|is
?riinitiations. The doctors of il.ily
Sinti- i 11 a i less I 11 a 11 on.- p,.r cent. ..I' i he
?tsoiis * mi inalcd talc- disease after
living .n vacciuate.l. Thus il will
,e seen that the order ,.f Ihe hoard
v?l;ks I.. 1 le- n,l\?anlag.- ..I' 111.- students
11? -nI raising objections lo it.
wliihk of i'i*.\vi;i:
Mr. Oak-s' subject last niglil at ihe
v.-k of prayer s, rvice was the "fon
rii.sl Helween Itiirlimciis and Abhor."
tiirtitnelis was blind and had sense
.?hough I,, know h, was blind. Mam?
men here tonighi are sin blinded and
I..n't know il. or won'l admit il. Kar?
in,.us knew Ins med and recognized
's opportunity and would not 1?. si
fliced until lie had obtained what he
wanted. At Aimer's don't li his friend
la vi,I s.I by his dead h ?ly and said:
"Aliner died as a fool dieih." lie knew
hut .loab was his en, my ami had
sir..in to slay him. yet he put himself
? dally and voluntarily in his power.
As David said, his hands wer,- free and
-:,is feet were iioi fettered, yet lie did
ot escape. .lust so 111.11 of lodil
freely put themselves in ihe power of
saian. knowing thai lie is their enemy
del know inn that there is no armor
iroof against him. Again. Aimer per
.-'heil just ..inside ,,r the gale of the city
,f Refuge Me,, now stand so near to
Hie gale. I.nt not inside ami perish in
Die -ins because they will iioi lake the
?;ii,- step which would make them safe.
At ihe dos,- of the talk two men siood
V." ?iales 'will '"??nntiniie his H?lle
.-a,ling Ibis afternoon al I o'clock
loth ladies and men are invited. Tlie
i.-etfng al Te'.u for men will als., bo held
4V^.V 1S11 EDITORS IM IMtlSON ED.
gnrded the It.-il Pencil ..! the
ell Slates ( vhs..i
HAVANA. le- Carlris Carrio and
Manuel l'.,la. o\vr><s ond ectftors of Kl
Nolicii-ro t'niversal, fin evening" papei
w?-re arrested and lodge! in Cabana
fortress for publishing an article of Or
S1^'- >o il,.- Cr.it.-d States, which was
|.i nite.l in spile of tin- fa. t that il was
i-d-penciled by the censor. The paper
has been suspneded.
Th disinfection of the s.-w,-,-s and
mains by lb,- municipal authorities was
begun today and the washing and
? leaning ,,t ,),.- streets by the tit,, bri
Sa...- was again tak.-n up. The sprea,
"1 malaria and othet fevers has i?
cessitated immediale I,, the matter o
street cleaning anil sower and drab
disinfecting, which work has bee
A dispatch from Cietifuegos an
noun, ,-s ihe arrival there of ,;,,,, stpan
I id, troops from tlie Juc-aro trocha.
I ns you I
I LiKE IT I
<| ORLANDO--As I rttntmber, it was upon ihs J
i ,:h:;. *
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NAMED AFTER WASHINGTON.
"Duly I Tews. -Mister? Press morning
paper all about tl.lections!"
lie was as shrewd-looking as he was
small, this newsboy, aial as In; jump
? .1 nn 111.- |ilatr<>rni of the uaitng ii-.il
:? y ear ami began crying bis papers,
lie aura i.-,| the attention of cverybo4y
on In inrd;
A dignilied ami fat ..i.| gentleman,
w In. w as oiuhlU-d up in a eorner. talk
inn himself red in the face In the man
beside him, a tall individual witli an
Alpine hat. who sat listening with an
assumed expression of intelligence,
dually took none.. ,,f i],e bright-looking
iirehin and bought a paper from him.
"Whal is your name, my little man?"
asked i he old goal leman. reeling ror a
.i in his v.-st pricket.
"Georg-." ;,.p]i..,i the bov hasbrullv,
a-- In- selecfeil a neatly folded paper
i mm his si.,, k and laid it on his pur
. has-rs knee.
"Ah: Rut i;.go what'.'"
"(ieorge Washington Jones," unswer
??I io- bov. eyeing his .pieslinner dis
t rust fully.
'Soh..:" bioke in the tall man.
??That's ipiite an ilustrious name you've
c.-i. hoy. I suppose y.,u know that you
?vero named arter Hie immortal pa
Iriol. He- taller ..r his country: the
lirst in p.-ace. the firs I in war. and"
red and roi l v v.-ars arter."
'I'll.inlllclor pull.-d the strap and
a- ear hounded along.
"Thai's one on you," grinned the Tat
And the tall man looked solemn and
dmilwd that it was.
A ST IT? 'II 1 N TIM K. UTI'.
"N..." said the haldheaded man In the
rieitil ?ib.. had stoi.1 him on the
onier. ??? wouldn't udvise you to use
uy of Ilms.- patent re,.lies.
Hut my hair is thinning out rapid?
ly, and if this Illing keeps oil a little
ivhile ! inger. I'll be as bald as you arc."
Th. ha Id le ad- d man look off his hut
in.I si..Hied Ins pate telleetively with
at.us and things." he continued de
ll.erately. 'are all fakes. When a fel?
low begins to grow bald it is r.illy to
I bother ?.itli I hem. Heroic treatment is
? Illing. .Now. if I had adopted the he
c I real.nt when I lirst began I., lose
. I.? ks; il I had only app.I the
ne.lv in time"
'Hut what is i la- remedy?" queried
Hi.- other anxiously.
"Hx.iricide," growled the bald headed
i.i.in. hull.inhig his coal and smiling
. ft' in Hie direct Ion of his ow n liro
TIII-' SHIPYARD HA NH.
To Hu- I.ii, 1.il. I.Ill of 111.- big
bass drum and I he blare of I h ?
snare drum, loo;
To the io,,|.-iv loot ,,r the clarionet they
.lowii the avenue.
The ladies and babies rush out in glee,
ai the gat.- p. take th.-ir stand.
Wh. n I hey hear H.m-pnll-dah.
I.in. I.ieiooin boojerooiii of Hi..
Shipyard Hitnd. ? fti' ?'?'
.-'on,. .,., her.- I've heard, or perhaps I've
c ad of the tunes one Soiisa plavs;
' ml I'm told-:!:;.: ?:? .'. !i-,.w nai.I 1'iin
. iulli doeu wonderful music raise
With a band ..r um.I inusi.nailers
i hat la- brought from over tie-seas .
Now: I II bei mv righl hand ihm the
Shipyard Hand is better than both
'1 he music seme long-haired fellow wrote
three hundred years ago,
\in't lie- stuff for Hi.-in. nor the stuff
for llie. H'S loo s|eep\. .lull Ulld
Ii does very well lor the folks that's
sw. II and waul to be gloomy and
Hill giVe llie the OOltl-pilll. i lit ll-dil It
? in in. 1.|or.i of tie- Shipyard
.? uin.s they play are the nines of
Hie day. melodies simple and
lust give me Hi.- tunes Unit tickle my
ear lhal my heart can under?
lake Hi.i-pab. dab-.lab. boom.
1.icr..i. I.jei-ooiii of the
\l I If w
Well we hope It Is. but we Know
-hat summer and hot weather wilt be
villi us for some time to come and if
?.?mi hava not already availed yourself
? f the chance to get a good Detroit
i.-w. 1 Has Ram..- you have missed one
? ,f your best friends and more, you
have missed the comfort thai can oi
tic had from the use of gas fuel, which
brings deligh' und happiness wherever
it is in use. Talk is cheap you may
say and a gas man must "gas," anil
who call blame him. He knows a guOd
ihing?he wants to push it along, and
he is willing that his fi lends shoul-J
share In the procession. Generous soul
that he is, he gives his advice free. It
is no trouble to sing the praises of gas
for fuel and as for light, its beauty
shines so he who runs may be impress?
ed. Gas for fuel at $1.00 is the cheapest
- .1 if it is economically used. Are
you economical ? You are. jnudent and
wfcse. Therefore get a gas range. We
will tell you something next week
about heating that will surprise you.
Call No. 31 on either phone if you can
net cull. Hut come if you can.
Newport News Gas Company,
W. S. BO WEN. Supt
FAMOUS FRENCH REMEDY
ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS
if 'attics as a periodical regulator without an equal,
.uccessful win n Conan Root, 1'cniiyroyai, F mot, etc .
uve proven .vorlhlcss. Jeo lw:.-ccnt stamps brings trial
i.i'k.nrc a,.,! convinces llie most skeptical of ?heirwon
..?rl.ilpropeitie l. Sein! -1 cents in stamps l.ir pamphlet
iMiiaiaii'if val'mble information lor la.bes. Address
...i i ai? I',, , , ,, t. s Agents, lioslon. Mass
N " A" ' ?"espondence confidential and returned
Mtli inal package.
For tud? lo Newport New? ky V Q
WANTED?BOARD FDR GENTLE
inaii and wife in good location. Ans
stating price, etc. Address "X."
, :u- Press otllce.
HIST OX TUESDAY MORNING GO
inn from Twenty-sixth street to lie
shipyard, ten dollar bill. A suitable
1 reward it returned to 22? Tweiuy
I sixth street. novlu-::t*
There will he an entertainment given
iti tie- lecture room of the Presbyterian
church on the evening of the Ilth of
November. A delightful musical pro
grain has been prepared and refresh?
ments will be ser ved during the even?
ing without charge. Those who have
teo received them previously will
be provided witii small hags for co,uri-]
but ems al the door.
A most enjoyable evening may be
pet ted by all wie. com...
^ A failed communication of Bre
? Ninond Lodge. X... 2-11. A. F. & A.
! M.. will be held tit their lodge room, ibis
i Thursday) evening. November 1.0th. at
< .. . lock. Work in the s.I degree.
Visiling brethren are fraternally in
vited I., attend.
By order W. M.
Ii. T. MA RAULE.
BY MRS. M. E. DOSWELL,
No. 105 271 Ii SUCt.
/ \PBRfV HOUSE,
\ / II. It. A . IP il>K Kit, MGR.
Special engagement for s.x nights and
Sann.lav math.f the celebrated.
POTulii-56 dr.ni Go;
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 11.
< 'AT." i'hang,- of performance nightly.
CAT." change of programme nightly.
Th. Inimitable comedian. Clielso D.
I', i ii. hi. and tie- favorite Southern
Soubrette, Miss Klin I'.oldeni, will ap?
pear al . very performance: also those
clover at lists, "The Carl.-ton Sisters."
I.aili.-s admitted free Monday night
November 14. if :.ipnnied by the'
h .|<l. r . paid :;..-. cut or ."...-.-.-tit
Reserved seats can now be secured at
ill. Ideal Pharmacy.
PRICKS 10, 20 and 110 .-.-nts. A few
choice reserved seals al SO cents.
fitTtk LADIES D3 YOU HO.
?? DR. FEL.SX LE BRUCl'S
syf aJ Steel I Pennyroyal Tntimant
is tno original a*' ' -l ?*.* jbiktCNCH
HHfn untl ru!';i". ?? c^'o on th?* mar?
ket. lVtcf?. ? tseut by mail.
I Genuine Bole* ?'nl*- by
i'or eale by KI,<PR'S DRUG STORES.
Newport N Va_
To the tax payers of the city or New?
1 am ready to receive tax?
for tie- y.-ar 1 S'.is. and will be in my of-J
lice in the Courthouse building on the
Kikh, 17th, lSlh and 19th of this month
for that purpose. Office hours from ft I
A. M. in I P. M.
Five per cent, added to all taxes not
paid prior to 1 lecemher 1st.
?T. M. CURTIS.
N..v. 2. IS!>8. Citv Treasurer. I
Sllman Mining Go.
Chariebtoh, w. v<i.
Manufacturers of and Wholesale Heal?
H<gti Grade Flour and Meal
All Kinds of Feed and Hay ^
Full "Roller MSlfis
"F. F. V." FLOUR OCR LEADER.
Daily capacity 200 barrels. Grain and
lay d< livereil to all points a specially.
Urn HOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
2suS) Washington avenue.
As we bought part ot Trantman &
Heller's millinery stock, so shall we
sell it. and that means more than at
lirst glance, because we paid a ridicu
ously little price for it, considering the
perfect quality and desirability of it.
This will bring great crowds to our
store. Come early to avoid the rush
atid get vour choice.
"5.C. AND $1 HATS FOR 4S CENTS.
Fine quality of French and Wool
Felt Hats in all the newest and most
fashionable shapes and colors, including
the stylish Shepherdess, as well as
turbans, short back sailors: also u lot
of French Felt Children's Flats in all
colors that are worth $1.00. Choice of
any for 4S cents.
YALE AND VOLUNTEER HATS 29C.
You may have your pick from two
cases of Yale Hats which are the new?
est thing for misses, all colors, and one
case Volunteer Hats in 'blue or black,
with leather straps around brim, that
are worth 75 cents and $1.00. Your
choice for 29 cents.
ALP IN ES AND SAILORS 9S CENTS.
You may have any of the fine Satin
finish Felt Alpines in cardinal, navy or
black, with pnlka dot velvet bands and
lino curled quills that we have sold for
$1.9S. You can have your choice for
Its cents. A lot of the newest things In
a Sailor for ladies that arc worth $1.50
for 9S cents.
19 CENT RIBBONS 11 CENTS.
one lot of plain color Taffeta Ribbons
In black and all colors, that sell for
19 cuts. Our price 11 1-2 cents.
Another lot of w ider Taffeta Ribbons.
No. GO. that you never bought for less
than 25 cents, - ill go for 14 cents.
QUILLS ONE CENT.
Quills, straight or curled, in black,
latural. ami all colors, for onecenteach.
:t QUILLS IN A BUNCH f. CENTS.
Three Curled Ouills bunched together,
that sell everywhere for 1.7 cents, our
price f. cents.
2.7 CENT BIRDS 11 CENTS.
All colors of small Birds that can be
used on any style hat for the small
prh.f 11 cents.
TRIMMED VELVET HATS $1.9$.
one special lot of Trimmed Velvet
Hats that arc worth from $3 to $4.
Will go at $1.98.
7.7 CENT BLACK PARROTS :I9 CENTS
Black Parrots: something that is
strange, hut used a good deal and
makes a hat look stylish. Worth 7.7
cents: will go at 2,9 cents
r.u CENT OSTRICH PLUMES 19 <'TS.
] Black Ostrich Plumes of a good
' quality: the same sort you usually pay
; r.u ( cuts for. With a saving like this
everyone can afford to huv one. Only
? 19 cents.
5610 Wasliintjton Avenue
The Board of School Trustees.
Newport News Vit., ( let. 21. 1S9S.
Sealed bids will be received by the un?
dersigned until 12 o'clock it. November
24th. 1S9S. for the pur. base of the public
school property herein mentioned and
described. Bidders will state their ow n
terms. The board res. rves the l ight to
reject any and all bids. Tw.. lots. Nos.
11 and 12. block 131, and houses thereon.
known as the 2Sth sti.t while public
school. Two lots, r.l and 52, block 1?..
and houses thereon, known as the Rniik
CttS Colored Public School. Two lots.
Nos. 15 and 10. block ISC. map made by
, ''. M. Rrnxton. civil engineer, and
.houses on said lots, known as the Lake
Ville White Public School.
JNO. SHELDON JONES,
Clerk of Heard.
129 Twenty-seventh street.
Is close at hand, now is the
time to look over your last winter's
suit and overcoat: have it thoroughly
| cleaned, dyed ami repaired by compe
j lent workmen and made to look like
I have been in the business for several
years and am prepared to do all kinds
of repairing, and at reasonable rates.
Hive me :i trial and satisfy yourself.
221 27th street.
Wilmink's Old ETtand.
2803 and 2805 Washington Awe
This beautiful Couch, upholstered in a line qual?
ity velvet, worth $12.50, forlO da"S Olli" $7.50
$7.50 Cash or Credit. $7.50
If you want a building lot |
Buy it of the }
Old Dominion Land Company
Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the
Finely located business, lots on Washington ave.
Farms lor sale or rent in Elizabeth C'ty, War?
wick and York Counties.
Old Dominion L>and Company*
ROOM NO. 11.
KRST,* NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8PM
Are so afraid they will he deceived tha
they refute to believe the actual truth. ?Jus
make up your mind right now that there's nothing
of the humbug order at
The King Sheer, Halter and Cents' Furnish" (*
er is now offering stupendous values. This is a ^
plain statement and we are proving it by facts
Men's Satin Calf, solid leather, lace shoes, in
all the style toes. Regular value $1.50.
Men's Satin Calf, extension sole, winter V
weight shoes, in bull dog and all the leading toes, J
with genuine Dongola tops. Regular value $2.50 V
Men's Genuine Willow Calf and Box, heavy (?
soles, made with side back stay, in lace and Con- V
gn ?fj in all st\les. Regular value $0.00, \^
: $124 I
Lft'ies' Hand Turned, genuine vici kid lace y-#
and button shoes, in all tha latest styles. Regular ^\
value $2.00. ^
?'i-Wdt? Slioe, Hat and Gent's1 Furnisliing store
2900 Wasnington Ave., Newport News, Vn.
PU3E ICE, ARC,
Bell Wiring done
GOLD STORnGE, OQ short notice.
ARO LIGHTS Inspection guar^
liiGanciescent Lights, anteed.
US.TER OR CONTRACT
I fixtures ?l FQciory Prices ]
rUWJLIl. j 'PHONE 2B1B. |
Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co.
NEWPORT HEWS, VA.
(Board of Directors meet third Tuesday in each month.)
Wash! ngtoa avenue and Twenty-eighth street, over Ideal Pharmacy ?
Office Hours I A. M. to 8 P. M Sundays, ? A. M. to U M. W
Open Evenings 7 to d. h
VITALIZED AIR FOR PAINLESS EXTRACT) NG. ?
?OOV ,3ST.TPPT14.6 DOLLARS
Blio-l &ET.I If I fl.8 DOLLARS
PARTIAL SETS. .IN PROPORTION
Mo charge for extracting wlien teetli are ordered.
Painless extracting with loeiil aiiiistlmtic. 50eh?
Silver tilling.ofjis' upf
),tol'!..?1.00 up ?
ieeth Cleaned.75c ^
Bridge work ami crowns, 22 karat eoid, $5 per tooth. f
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ^
O. B. West, President. D. 3. Jones, Vice-President. W. B. Vest, Cashier.
Citizens and Marine Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
I CAPITAL S50.0OO. SURPLUS $15 OO J
PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $15.SIR).
A general banirlpg business. Every facility offered for safe and prompt
tt/insaction of business on favorable terms. The accounts of Corporation?
Firms and Individuals solid ltd. Special attention ziven o collections. Drafts!
irawn on all parts of Use world.
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DE POSITS OF 0! iND UPWARD.
<3. n. West, H. E. Parker, T. M. Bonson, J. 2. Jennings. L. ', . Stearnaa,
E. T. ?y, D. S. Jonas. A. G. Qarrett, J. M. ?urtio.
j W. A. Post, President. J. R. Swinerton, Vice-Prcsident. J. A. Willett. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF NEWPORT NEWS.
Sl'RPLUS S30 000
DIREC TORS :
W. A. Po?t, J. R. Swinerton. M. B. CrowelL M. V. Doughty.
R. G. Bickford. C. B. Oreutt, I. Eugene White, J. A. Wiltett.
Accounts of hanks, carporations, merchants, individuals and firms Invited.
We offer depositors every accommodat ion which their balances, business &nd
r^ponsibiltty warrant. Bell ou "Wn drafts drawn on all principal cities ?*
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
SCHMELZ BROS., BANKERS
NtWPORT NEWS. VA.
Offers Their Customers Every Mccommoca?
tlon Consistent VAJlth Safe Banking,
j Accounts of individuals, firms and corporations solicited. Collection
made on all parts of the country. Foreign drafts issued ou all parts of the
!N OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from 10 cents to $5,000 and interest allowed at the rate of
FOUR PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Only ataty Boxes In the City Secured toy Time Loctt?