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101 PUMP LOCKED UP
lnstes<] ol Repair^ Streets Wat?
er Supply is Cut Oft.
HOUSE OWNERS WILL COMPLAIN
To Stop the Formation of Pools of
Water in King Street, City Author
ities Take Radical Action?Citizens
Object to New Rule.
." Willi a view to temporarily abat?
ing the nuisance, in King street tin
order was issued yesterday directing
that the town pump be locked up and
lint out of commission. Waste wate
front the pump runs Into the streit.
The pump is the place where lb ?
horses of the town arc given water
during ilie day mid to have it locked
up long will mean much I neon veil
Ici'co to owners of animals.
The town authorities ought to at
tend to the conditions of King street
by having the street repaired. Lon?
ger delay means more cost in the
end. There is but one way io really
abate that nuisance and that way is
to have the street repaired.
DEATH ENDS AN ADTION
FOB A3S0LUTE DIVORCE
Before the Circuit Court Could Inter?
vene the Grim Reader Sepa?
rates Mr. and Mrs. Dorman.
'Mrs. Annie Tennis Dorman who a
lew weeks ago began proceedings in
the Circuit Court for an absolute di?
vorce from her husband yesterday
received word that further actions In
that direction were unnecessary as
.Mr. George Dorman died in Atlanta
Gil., last Sunday.
Mr. Dorman, who was at one time
a street ear 'conductor, made Miss
Tennis life bride more than two years
ago. He deserted her. according to
the claims set up in her bill, and
went, to Atlanta. Mr. Herman's doat'.i
was due to tuberculosis of the lungs.
He was 2i> year.- old.
?Mrs. Dorman is favorable known la
Hampton and Newport News, he". 113
nil active temperance worker. She
is a member of the well known fam?
ily of Tennises in Elizabeth City
CALL FOR MR. HOPKINS.
Hampton Minister Invited to Church
in Anderson, W. Va.
Rev. II, F. Hopkins, who has de?
termined to enter the Southern Bay
List seminary in Ixmlsvllle, Ky., yi s
lerdny received a flattering call !.?
become the pastor of the Baptist
church In Alderson W. Va. Mr. Hop?
kins will, in all probability, decline
the call as he had already compb Led
his arrangements for entering the
Stahl Going to Portsmouth, N. H.
Mr. Alberl Stahl a naval construc?
tor in the Newport News Shipyard,
who has made his home in Victoria
nvenue, will start today lor Ports?
mouth, X. 11., to which point be has
been transferred by the navy depart?
ment. Mr. and Mrs. Stahl have been
prominent in I lampion society during
I heir residence of three years here.
That, is if yon buy the 25 cent
brand found at Edward S. Bush's,
Cheaper brands also hero. Phone 18.
SO BUY YOUR GOODS FOR
Beginning September 1, we
will sell as follows:
Can Cream, six for.25c
Challenge Milk .9c
1 quart Fruit Jars, per doz., 50c
1-2 gallon Jars, per dozen..70c
Oil, per gallon .12c
And other goods in propor?
35> E. Queen St. 'Phone 193.
Pon't save your money mill Starre
Vigorous (bought must come from ?
Tons of thousand* ?f people fail be*
cause llioy love their ease too much.
"Keeping alive that spirit of youth,"
Stevenson used to say, wns "the per?
ennial sprint; of nil the mental facul?
A i'inn may build n palace, but In
eun never uitiko "t* it a homo. The
spirituality Und love of a woman alotn
can aceempil?t this.
If wo are co&teutcd to unfold the lifo
within according to the pattern given
n-j we shall reach the highest end of
I which _we are citpable.
Ry proper training the depressing
emotions can he practically eliminate.]
from life und the good emotions reo
drroJ permanently domiiiant.
Every time you crowd luto the mem
? ory what you do not expect it to r?>
: tain you weaken its powers and you
lose your authority to command its
John Wesley and llrnn Knall.
In a hook about Bath is sei forth a
story about .lehn Wesley. Beau N'tdsb
hod told Wesley that his preaching in
the street was not only contrary to law,
but It ??frightened people out of their
'?Sir," said Wesley, "did you ever
hear me preach 1"
"Nu," said the master ui ceremonies.
"How tin a can you Judge of what
you never heard:"
"By common report," said Nash
''Common report is not enough. Give
the leave, sir, to ask, is not your name
"M.V name is Nash."
"Sir," raid Wesley, "l dare not Judge
of yon by common report."
ro?dn That Unit? You Pal.
Potatoes, peas, baked beans, fats,
sweet . ? such US puddings, pies and
cake?ale, beer, sweet wines and even
water, v.l.i ti taken with meals, all
con life |r, obesity. Bill In lien of the
foregoing flesh producers ouc may sat?
isfy hunger with n moderate amount
of lean meats, poultry, llsb: with fruits
(excepting llgs, dales and bananas) and
with vegetables, such as spinach, string
beans, eggplant, celery, heels, etc. I
would recommend also that those
over fat from n loo rich and too gener?
ous diet abstain from much liquid at
'meals, but thill they drink copiously of
water between meals to Hush their sys?
tems. Water, bo it vernein bored, is an
excellent purgative-G. Ivliot Klint in
The "I.oiiKcal llcaldcni."
The poverty of IliC English language
Is exemplllied by a circular which Is
making the rounds of a suburb and in?
vites subscriptions to a testimonial to
the station muster, it conies from one
wh > styles himself "ihe longest resi?
dent," tic sad physical fact being that
he is iii-.il.ahly tin- shortest, nllbi ugh
in hulk and rot nudity he makes up l or
the inches he lacks in height. Here is
a e:tse in which the very clumsiness of
the German language would be an in
estimable help, f .r then tills gentleman
could ipilte corn etly describe himself
"ihe for lhe-!oiigesl liuic-liurclu resid
lug" or even perhaps ??the for-lho
longest-lime hercln-rosldingosi." Individ
Ual. Those CompOUtld adjectives of the
Teutons may he awkward, but they
express what the user means ami In?
sure accuracy. London Standard.
A Tunte Thill Ak? WIHic-i-h.
According to n member of Uio candy
loving sex. liiere is no sadder evidence
of (ige in a woman than being able lb
pass a bonbon simp without being
tempted by the wans. "When n
woman can do this." she says, "she is
frankly middle aged. Inning your
school days elioeolni.es are a recog?
nised necessity of existence. I Hiring
the early bud period of matinee hero
worship they are indispensable to Ihe
enjoyment of ii performance. Whea
your mouth does not water lit the mere
idea of a caramel or a mnrshmftllow
begin lo search for the first gray hair.1*
?New York Press,
Why February inis twenty eight days
|s explained lu the legends of thd past.
One is of an old woman, who. tending
her dock, ridiculed (he month of Feb?
ruary because lie had dealt so lenient?
ly with her and her sheep. Then Febru?
ary felt Insulted and made leap year
and borrowed a cold day from March
nnd fr?re her ami her llock. There is a
Norman legem 1 which makes it out
that February had originally as many
days as the other months, but Fobrua
? y was a continue'! gambler and lost
at domino a day both to January ami
to March. Strange to say. there Is an
old story of Egypt, wherein the god jt
February plays forfeits with the nioo.s
Slid loses certain days.
Noi Wholly iRnoranl.
An applicant for a position In the
public works department in a certain
tlly was undergoing a civil service ex?
amination. With n view to testing Iiis
knowledge of history the examining
Ofhccr asked him what ho knew of the
"The name sounds familiar," said Iho
applicant, "but I can't just remember
when It was or where It happened."
"Don t you know anything ubotit
"Surety yon have hoard about Han?
"Ob, yes, T know all about Hannibal.
That's wbero Mark Twain used to
Ntw Yorker Kidnaps Sister of His
POLICE ARREST THE GUILTY MAN
Refused to Tell Where He Took the
Young Woman But She Was Found
in the BcllevueStratford Hotel
Where She Was Incarcerated.
(Ry Associated Tress.)
I'Uil.Aulci.riUA. Sept. N.?Charg?
ed with having abducted his pretty
sister-in-law in an automobile,Charles
Carblno a wealthy Now York liter
ennnt is under arrest here today.
The abducted girl is Miss Agues
Mulroney. eighteen years old, whos-i'
sister married Carblno. They had
separated*, and the police allege that
he seized the girl to revenge himself
on the wife.
While in Glensldc with friends
Miss Mulroney was seized by three
men. who enmc riding up in an auto
mobile, and whisked away. The num?
ber on the machine led to CarblnoHs
arrest. ' |
lie refused to tell where the girl
is or the reason why she was abtliH >- ,
od; ? j
The girl was found in an apilllmohl
at the Bollevno-Stratford Hotel. She
refused i<> make any statement. Car?
blno also had apartments in the same
ZULU WAR TACTICS. **"
Method ?t All.ii'k Willi ilia Crrnccnt
Zulu military tactics are associated
with the name of Tydka, the ruthless)
Zulu conqueror, who welded bit) the
Itock of the A inav.iilu. lite people of tbo
bcnveiia, all the young inet? of the va?
rious irlbeu be conquered, Incorporat?
ing thcni Into reghiiciita and tints
building im a i> w?rful military na?
tion V'ci V. wan lo bv.iV;lslwa.vo, th<?
v.-BJudarsr. usjii <1er> Incepttou was due.
this iitaa. ?iji dvl cf tbo ehfet of, the
ri:?et*ru. wn-? driven into exile In con
ocqitcnco ci cn abortive plot to soiza
the v<:lus oi power,
Purins mat exile be lived in Cnpe
Colony and saw lite military methods
of the I'.'rltlMi. \\'itii Instinctive gen Iiis
be b.r.r kow the idea could be udiipK-d
tu bid own nutlet), and on bin return
sad accession ?> the chieftainship ho
divided bin j eople Into regiments, d'??
'!ngutshiu? them by name* aud by -?
cpet-iui color of *b.'eld for each rogl
V:e:.t. iljcngls fir a time they rctntuct!
I lib r.mkonito, or throwing assagai, ai
their i h el' woupon. II*- heard the
pre.it nf,o made by I he llrlllsh iuf.uttvy
D.' thc.v favorite weapon, tbc bayonet,
and bo replaced the iiinkomto by O.-a
Jxwn, or broad bl?ded stabbing assa?
The peculiarity of iho Zu>\1 tactic*
lias earned It Ilm name of the crescent
formation for attack, and it is n d<v
worthy that, broadly speaking, .it \va?
the method cnip! tye I by (he liners in
their Invasion of Natal and adopted liijf
Lord Hoher!s in bis advance through
Orange Itlver Colony, and ir was the
fear of i:u success which kept the
Hoc::-, continually on Iho run. The best
thicg with which lb compare I! Ia the
head of the stag beaded beetle. ITo.'lH
are tluowu mil widely on either Hark,
while the main body forms IU" bead
Itself. From Ike main body a small
force is detached lo engage the enemy
while the horns creep around the
This force 'f. the days of Tyaka w.-e?
frc'iiicuily dispatched with tlie com?
mand, "'Jo. sons of Zulu, g'i and re
fitrti uc more." and death at the hiiuds
of their f?5! <v:s was the fa!e of ?I040
wlu returned. While thi.i force wai
' holding the ehemy the hams er.rrioil
j out their task if possible, a ltd as soon
ns toe ;w:> ho: :i.? bad diet in the reiir
of ibe enemy the bead or elicit wa.i
launched upon the pos'.tloii, and the
np.-hot was that the whale force ni
I the foe tnsttfl (he ussggnl, for In was
j no quarter was given or naked.?Sou til
! Africa.': Sun.
The ??ncre" of tr.ta.
it is curious to Und in a "Dyctary"
of 15-12 the information thai 'iierc Is
madn of malte. Of 'ibpps and wnter. I*
Is a naturnll dryiike for n Duteheinsin.
And now of latedayc. it is itioehe U" ?1
In Knglandc to the tlelryntcnt of in any
ISnglissho riien." The ittitlioi- was
Speaking of '?beer." (ho ilien now liquor
distinguished from "ale" by being hop?
ped. In this sense a seventeenth con
liilty rhyin'er nays that "turkey, carps,
hops, plccitdcl and beer came Into Klig'
laud all III one year." "piccadel" belli,1'
a kind of ruff or collar.
j One slicd building 1(5x3'
ft.; tin ro?f; sill material new
Cheap for cat?h
L. k. nouns.
I Tbono 96. llatnpton, Va.
SS Your School Outfit i
Will not be complete unless you have a pair of ^
I C. L. Oockett G Co.'s 8
I SHOES I
?Hampton, - - Virginia. K
sh- shoes Shoes
Fine Drcsti Shoes, Strong School Shoes, Boys' and Girls1
Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes.
B?"Shoe Department 2nd Ifloor,
8 AND 10 W. QUEEN ST., HAMPTON, VA.
Two (LM desirable lots on corner of Harrison and Mnllory Streets,
Hamilton. Va .. $90.00 ouch.
One lot In tlto In-art of Rlvorvlow, 100.00.
Six-room, two story dwolllng am] lot desirably located on Cllftpol
Street, $1,200.00 ISaey payments.
Practically new six-room dwelling and lot In Illvervlcw; best loca?
one lot. 81x140 feel, on l.a Salle, near Boulevard, $-100.00.
.lust now. a few BARGAINS In WATER-FRONT property, Seo mo
On House Street, seovn rooms.$ 9.00
il.'.fN Chapel Street, olx rooms.10.00
?l?s Holt Street, five rooms. 7.00
?1110 Holt Street, five rooms. 7.00
22(1 Holt Street, four rooms. 5.50
2-13 Leo Street, seven rooms. 10.50
Rlcll!..ond Avenue, Hlvervlew. six rooms. s<.-^
2'Jii Victoria Avenue seven rooms. it.50
Center Street, eleven rooms; modern conveniences.18.00
GBO. W. PHILLIPS
Real Estate, Rentals, Loam, and Fire Insurance. General Auction?
eer and Notary Public.
9 and 11 North Kwig Street ? Hampton, Va.
5LP JLQJLIULSUUL?JLv^^ JLSJUUI
Just Received, a Barge of Best Coal
We invite the people of Hampton and the Peninsula to call at
our yard and Inspect this COAL. It Is well screened and Will bum
well. Wo arc now taking orders for Coal at
> Save money and g'vo us your order NOW.
i The Queen Street Supply Co.
? WOOD, COAL, FCEDSTUFF3 AND HAY.
I 132 West Queen Street. 'Phone 60.
VroTfrTnrtroiroTroTT^ rdTi'TrrTiThnmri^ rrroTnnroTaTrt
1 Talcum Powder arid Toilet Articles
We invite the Ladies to visit our store and
witness the display of these goods.
ij GARDNER & HUDGIRS
SUCCESSORS TO R. L. GARDNER,
ft Here's where they fill prescriptions accurately,
si 15 Kino Street.
Ilitve returned from the northern markets with a I'ull
line of Fall and Whiter Millinery. Before pur?
chasing elsewhere call and see our styles.
MISS \m.LK DIXON. MUS. HANCOCK, Mgr
105 E. Queen St , Uuder Augusta Hotel.
Where wisdom dwells, there also you will find
Schraudt's School Supplies!
LARGEST STOCK ON THE PENINSULA.
Everything (ho Children will need during the school season in
TEXT AND COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENS. INKS. ERASERS, PEN?
CILS, COMPANION AND SCHOOL BAGS will lie found In large va?
riety and at reasonable prices at
SCHRAUDT'S BOOK STORE
42 West Queen St. 'Phone 17. Hampton, Va.
Wines and Liquors
I belong to the loat tribe that struy
od away from Dublin before Mose?
snllod on the Red Boa. I'm a price
cuttor. I'm a inoney-mnKer; I'm the
ono that no!la all straight Whiskies;'
rotall at wholosalo prices. Tho follow?
ing high grado JOc whlsklOB. I Bell for
Cc a ill Ink: Paul .Tonos, Pure Rye;
Sliorwood Rye Whiskey, Carroll
Springs, puro Maryland Ryo Whlskoy,
Overholt Rye Whiskey,.Parkwood Rye
Whiskey. All of tho above named
whiskies I strictly hlgh-grado; match
my prices if you dare, boat me if you
Whiskey, in bulk at following
Old Nick puro Ryo, 1-2 pt. 2Bo; gal?
lon .i ?4.00
Leonard's Favorite, 1-2 pt. 20o; gal?
Hunter's Baltimore Ryo, 1-2 pt. 25c;
Maryland Club, 1-2 pt. 2Dc; gal?
Paul Jonos Purs Itye, 1-2 pt. L0o;i
Carroll SprlngB, gallon.$2.50
XXXX Bnkor Rvo, gallon .... $2,50
Star A Ryo, gnllon .$2.00
Mosa Rose, gallon . $2.00
Larkwood puro Ryo ga'Ion .. $2.00
Jefferson puro Ryo, gallon ... $1.75
Kentucky lioui bon. gfdlon ... $1.40
Double Stamp (Hu, gaPjn .... $2-00
Tho following brands of California
Wines, port Sherry, Catnwua. Clurob
Blackberry at 2(io. per qt.: per gal 75c.
Pride of North Carolina, 4 yearn
old; gnllon. $2.00
Kumtuelll. rcr gallon .$2.00
3ARREL and 80TTIE HOUSE
618 and 18 MELLEN tT.,
Phoebus. Va 'Phone 223.
on old car line, noar La Salle
Avenuo, 30x146 feet, each for $260
?$10 cash and $5 a month.
iMta on Ki-win Stroet. $125.00.
Lola on Mooro Stroet. $100.(10.
House end lot near La Salle
Avenuo for $1.000?$10 cash aad
$10 a month to rosponslblo pnrty.
HOUSES FOR RENT?In Hamp?
ton and Phoebus, from ?15.00 to
James M, dimming
18 South King Street, Hampton.
FALL AND WINTER
SAMPLES NOW HERE
Wo'vo Just rocclvod our fall
and winter designs und wo In?
vite you to come and look thorn
over. Give us your order now
und you will havo tho Stilt or
Overcoat ready for tho coming
We can make you a Suit
from $15.00 up.
Wo nlso do pressing and re?
The Baltimore Merchant
Corner King and Court Streets.
In tho foreign and domestic granites
Rest workmanship nnd stock at
reasonable prices. See us bofco
LAWS0N & NEWTON
'Ph'-.ne 191. Hampton, Va.
Forty Acres fine oyster
ground, on Hampton Bar, ?1,500.
Good Oystor Schooner, ?450,
Fine 32-fo Launch, In per?
fect order; bargain, ?700.
W. B. LAWSON
No. 18 North King Street,