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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND~OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA
Dr. Wharton Suddenly Closes His
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SUNDAY NICHT SERMON
A Rtntomont Slnilo hjr llio Kvfttijtd 1st
Excite* Concrnl Comnirnl-JmKIrr
Jotin Enforce* the Ahllotlpltllns
Lnw-Orniiil Cnn.|i History Com?
niltteo ? IStlll Wltliout n i'Minr
Tbo fiotithcrn'n Depot.
(Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.)
Richmond, Va., May 23.?On lnst Sun?
day Rev. H. M. vVharton, the well
known evangelist, began a protracted
meeting at the Auditorium on the Im?
position ground:-:, on the line of the
Richmond Traction Company, just he
yond the city limits. In bis Sunday;
night sermon Dr. Wharton stated that
lie supposed the street railway com?
pany had gotten him to conduct the
meetings at tlio Auditorium for the
sake of the nickels paid out by the
crowds expected to attend, but that ho
had no motive other than the salvation
Last night the meetings wore closed
John 1j. Will lama & Sons arc practi?
cally the traction company. The head
of tiie house and nearly all the mem?
bers uro active in church work. The
fling made by tho evangelist excited
general comment and surmise- .\'oue
of the Williamses have expressed them?
selves regarding it. The fact that the
meetings were abruptly closed, when it
was proposed to continue them for
scvi ral weeks, during which time Rev.
Sam Jones and Rev. A. (.'. Dlxon were
expected to assist in the work, is re?
garded as slgnlllccnt.
No church of tic-' city Invited Dr.
Wharton i<> conduct the meetings and
none of tho Baptist ministers, of
which Dr. Wharton Is one, attended.
THE RIGHT TO SPIT.
The first case of violation of the new
ordinance curtailing the supposedly
Inalienable right of ihe American eiti
ten to spit, came up In tin- Police
Court to-da-v. when Justice John, the
Great Dispenser, Imposed a line of $j
upon a citizen who expectorated upon
the carpet nt the Bijou.
Mr. V.\ W. Gathright, a worthy g n
tlcman, was reported by Officer Wyatt
for spitting in the lobby of the Bijou
Theatre. Mr- Gathright pleaded igno
rdncc <>f tu.' law nnd was given the
minimum fine, 12. The Great Dispenser
condoned with him, the offender, and
extended to him his warmest sympathy,
lie judged him without condemnation
and said li<- lived i:i hourly terror of
violating the law himself.
Sergeant Thomas announced that he]
would from to-morrow npply the ordi?
nance to the Police Court- Two eases!
nre on the docket for to-morrow for
spitting on the sidewalk, anil the new
ordinance promises to be a revenue
getter for some time to come.
GRAND CAMP HISTORY" COM- I
riome lime ngo Individual members of
the History Committee of the Virginia
Grand Camp r?f Confederate Veterans,
weru appointed to review the various
school histories on the market, and to
write out their views regarding the
This work has now been completed,
and In order thai the results may bo
made known. Captain Thomas Ellctt.
'adjutant of Ihc Grand Camp, has, by
dlrei tlon of Dr. Hunter McGuire, chair?
man of the History Committee, scut
out Ihe following notices to members
of the committee:
KfiTlfK (>K MEETING.
"An important mei ting of the Com?
mittee on School History of the Grand
Camp, Confederate Veterans, Depart?
ment dt' Virginia, will be held at lt. E.
J.c- Camp No. 1, Confederate Veterans'
Hall, Richmond, Vn., on Monday, the
.. f.111 day of June, 1889, .-it.". o'clock p. m.,
ti> receive-written reports from the In-I
dividual mi mbcrs on the histories as?
signed them for examination, and to
formulate d report to the Grand Camp, j
You are urgently requested tp attend
this meeting, and If you cannot be pres?
ent, pleas.- forward your written report
to ihe chairman."
The above will nlso be sent to n num?
ber of prominent citizens, and the pub?
lic generally is invited to attend, it i:=
expected that the me ting will be of a
very Interesting character.
STILL WITHOUT A PASTOR.
Seventh Street Christian Church Is
still without a pastor. The committee
sire moving slow in the matter, and If
they have settled on any particular
man they have not made it known in
tin- members of the church. Rev. S. R.
Maxwell v.iil preach at Seventh Street
?CXI Sunday, nnd Rev. Dr. .1. 55. Tyler,
of Clcvi land, <>.. will fill the pttlpil '.lur?
ing Hi" first and second Sundays In
June. Should the committee select Dr.
Tyler as the pastor of Seventh Street
Church it would give much satisfaction
In this community, w here he is weil nnd
favorably known. Dr. Tyler wnfl pastor
of Seventh Street Church a number (>r
THE SOUTHERN DEPOT.
The new Southern Railway depot to
he erected here is expected to be ready
for occupancy by September 1st. The
cost wlil be between $60.000 and $65,000.
KX EC1 IT IVE CLEMENCY.
Governor Tyler to-day granted a pnr
don to .In uli ?hipp, who killed John
Nottlngcr In Rocklnghsm county eleven
years ago, and In March. 1880, was s n
?tencp'l t<> is years In tho penitentiary
for murder in the .-- ' Mid degree.
Forced methods, paten I processes, fic?
titious flavorings, are ail foreign to th?
system used by (!.e proprietors of the
G. O. Taylor Whiskies.
Ago can only come to Honors by per?
iods of time. No bottle of <l O. Taylor
Whiskey Is ever offered for rale that
basn't seen r^-ven summers of real age.
No individual or firm in America can
furnish geniilin- G. <<. Tay; .r Whiskey
except In sealed bottles bearing tin- firm
name Signatur? of the sole proprietors,
Chester il- Graves <k Bons, Boston. Mass.
Tho generality of family druggists and
grr-ce'rs -who have a reputation for fair
and honorable dealing supply "O. O. T."
when it Is ordered.
For aale at White Bros. Norfolk, Va..
Brown's H?i?l? Portsmouth, Va.
Excessive Appraisement of Right
Ttio K.P.AC. II. n. Compmiy will
Innlltnto Condemnation Proocetl?
fiigv-N. iV \v. TrneU - Carrier
Pigeon* Cimght? Lumber Trndo.
Petersburg, Va., May 2?.?Tn the
County Court of Dinwlddio a. motion
will be argued for the appointment of
commissioners to condemn lands along
a proposed now route for the Rich?
mond, Petersburg and Carolina Kail
road in a portion of tho county beyond
Butterworth's. This motion, it is un?
derstood, is made by the railroad com?
pany on tho ground of excessive ap?
praisement of property along tho pres?
ent route. Hon. William It. McKen
ncy will represent the company, and
Hon. William B. Mcllwalnc the land
owners in the argument.
NORFOLK & WESTERN TRACKS.
It Is rumored that a compromise may
bo effected between the city and the
Norfolk ami Western Railway Company
in the matter of the bitter's many
tracks across Second street, ngainst
which complaint has be n made. The
complaint originally camo from citi?
zens of Chesterfield county, who, in en?
tering nnd leaving the city, have to i
cross theso tracks and who deem them- 1
selves and other.--, as liable to danger
by reason of the frequent, shifting of
train?. The matter has been the sub?
ject of correspondence and conferences
i> twecn the railway authorities and a
committee of the Councl. The mer?
chants of the city tiro opposed to dras?
tic measures against the company.
CARR1 EU nCJEON CAUOll T.
Mr. 3. S. Worsham, tins his store
on Franklin street a carrier pigeon
which came into Iiis store yesterday
and was caught'by him. On a band <>n
ur.e leg of thc> pigeon are the letters
"X. A.," ahd the figures "3516." There
is a bund oh the other leg. but n ull
ing is on it.
A carrier pigeon apparently very !
hungry and tired out Mopp, d at Mar
morn, Dinwlddlo county, on the "2nd
Instant, and is now being cared for by
.Mr. .1. K. Perkinson. It is a very line
and beautifully marked bird. On tr.
hit leg (light band) Is A. 9227, on left
leg colored band. Inside is ?' 236. TJn
less otherwise instructed it will bo lib
crated as soon as it fully recuperates.
REMOVING THE SAND BARS.
Tho city's dredge which was rented
to the United States government some
time since, is still at work removing
Baud bars from tho river a short dis?
tance below Petersburg. The govern?
ment is paying the city $2."> a day for
the use of tho dredge.
Till: LUMBER TRADE.
The large shipments of lumber from,
here; by vessels still continues and"
much money is. paid out for handling it.
A gentleman of thh cltyi who has been
in tho lumber business lcro for more
than a quarter of a century, said yes?
terday that ho had never seen so much
lumber on the wharf at any one time
an is there now.
The American Exchange Bank
(oiiiluclor Powell, or tlio F.lnctrle
I.Inc. Seriously Eiijureil?Tho XV. A.
Young Club ? bartered - f elephonc
?extension loWwrwIcli C, u.
Newport News, Va.. May C'..?The
American Exchange Hank of Newport
News was chartered to-day, and in a
few days the new institution will start
business in the new Finch building, at
the corner of Thirty-first street and
Mr. P. F. Pinch, the owner of this
handsome structure, is president of the
Tite application for a charter was
presented to Judge Harham this, morn?
ing, and this afternoon he affixed bis
signature to the pap r which charters
the latest competit ir for banking
pi illts ih Newport News.
The officers of the American Ex
cho ? ? i tank for the first year are aa
i': al lent. Mr. F. F. Pinch, capitalist.
Vicc-President, Mr. a. H. q. IClor,
Directors?The above ami Mr. R. !>.
Davis, a foreman at the shipyard; Mr.
lt. W. Newman, lumber merchant; Mr.
R. w. Perkins, of the furniture house
of Carter and R. W. I' rkins, and Mr.
D. P. Spranlcle, oil of th.s city.
Mr. Spranktei, it is stated, will be
cashier of the bank.
The capital slock of tho American
Exchange is to be hot less than S?O.OOO
nor more than S100.0?O. The value of
each share Will be .
CONDUCTOR POWELL IIURT.
Conductor Powell, of the Newport
News and Old Pom: Railway and Elec?
tric Company, was painfully, though
not seriously. Injured this morning
about 0:30 o'clock. He was c illcctlng
fares on the outside step of i summer
car, and was crushed bctw >en the car
and a lot of laths which had been piled
up near the Normal school. His escape
from serious Injury was miraculous.
THE W. A. YOUNG CLUB.
Judge Biackstonc, of the circuit
Court, lias granted a charter :?> the
Wilii.un A. Young Democratic Associa?
tion of this city. This club is made up
almost entirely of North 1 Demo
Thb capital stock i.-; fixed al not less
than $500 nor more than S2.0I ), and the
shares will be ?- ich.
The officers of the association for the
firs! year are: President, P. M, Folan;
Vlre-prrs'.dent, .1. P. Doherty; Treas?
urer, David M- Ritchie; Secretary,
Mark McLaughlin. Directors rhe
above and Messrs. .1. F. Hughes and
.lohn F. Murphy.
T ELEPHO N K EXTENSION.
The Citizens Telephone and Tele?
graph Company has received Us new
'phones for the line to "Warwick Court?
house and MeifQhvllle. The line was
recently extended to these places from
The work of putting In the new
'phones will commence to-morrow, and
communication will he possible in a few
TOWN OF SUFFOLK
Some Account of Town and County
I'nrtttor I'nrttcttlnr.t of ilio .Mnyo
Ilotlnuil Mlootint AfTriiy ? "ln.v?
Flees for I'urls tlnhuowu-Sleiua*
rial Dny tit Franklin?
CSpecial to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Suffolk, Va.. May 25.?In Suffolk and
Nansemond county to-day's vote was
the lightest for a decade. In Suffolk
about one-third of the vote was cast,
white in the county the percentage was
much less. The apathy was the result
of no opposition. Tito only place where
I tho regular Democratic nominee had
opposition was in the case of commis?
sioner of revenue In district No. 1,
where T. W. Art man was opposed by
Lepron Hubbard. independent. The lat
ter's vote was small.
Many people In the county didn't
know it was election, and those who did
were too busy to care much about it.
At Junction precinct it was 10 o'clock
before the polls were open. Then they
couldn't find enough judges and clerks
to conduct the election us prescribed1
by law. All Democrats won in town
In Suffolk there were only 270 votes
cast.One candidate got them all?It; Q.
Devins; Here is the vote: For Com?
monwealth's Attorney. I" R. Holland,
263; for Treasurer, S. T. Kills, 20?.: for
I bounty Clerk, It. It. Smith. 268: for Cir?
cuit Clerk, A. G. Qomor, 2??s; for Sher?
iff, A. H. Baker, 260; for Commissioners
of Revenue, district No. 1. T. W. Art
man. 217; Lepron Hubbnrd, 20: district
No. 2, W. J. Oliver, 267; for Supervisor.
A. T. Ibdland. 20S: for Constable, \V.
E. withhold. 20:.; for Magistrates?R.
H. Baker, 2H2: R. C.. DaugTitrey. 201:
A. S. Kley, 2;.'?: W. H. Jones, 6; for
Overseer of Poor, J. 10. Holland, 267;
for Mayor. It. L. Brewer, Jr.. 264; for
Counclltnen?R. R. Allen. 261: It. O.
Devins. '-'<>; AY. B. Ferguson, 202; G. S.
1'. Holland, 2?r.: W. <:. Harrell, 268; J.
C. Hollnday, 269; W. X. McAngc, 262;
John 11. Norflcet, 261; J. B. Pinner, 261;
In the spring election two years ago
Brewer for Mayor Got 3:::: votes. The
highest Councllmcn, R. lt. Alien und
!:. J.. Snundcrs tied at 334. The lowest
Councilman then got '2?.
As there were twenty-four names
printed on the ticket here to-day the
judges were not through till about 10
MAYO FIRED AND FI.ED.
A. W. Ballard, of P.uckhorn, who was
an eye witness to the shooting of Mills
II. Holland day before yesterday, was
in Suffolk to-day. Mr. Ballard says the
e.dored man, Charles Mayo, who fired
the gun at Holland, has left the com?
munity for parts unknown, lie Rays
May.i had no money to defend blmpelt
in a trial. He did not fire at Holland
till be (Mayo) had been shot at nnd
missed. The charge of shot, which wer*
fired by Mr. Hnlland from the ware?
house, struck the ground in front of
Mayo, and threw dust in his face. Hol?
land claims he did not shoot with ln
tent to kill Mayo. After being shot at
Mayo grabbed a gun front Mallard's
hand and shot Holland.
.Mr. Ballard, in whose employ Mayo
was, says he (Ballard) did nothing to
provoke a difficulty, though, to the
contrary, he offered to buy or sell the
ware-house, which was owned Jointly
by himself nnd Holland. Ballard says
the Seaboard Air Line, on a part of
I whose land the waEfialUMiafl rested, de.
mantled that it be moved.
EPWORTH LEAGUE MEETING.
The Epworth League people of Nor
! folk at:.: Portsmouth districts will have
1 n confer' nee next Tuesday at the Main
Street Methodist Church. In Suffolk.
There will be sessions morning, after
noon and evening. Preparations to
care for a big crowd have been made,
t < ? M PLIM 1'. NTS COLON EL HARPER.
Postofllco Inspector Wilson has com?
pleted bis examination of the Suffolk
ofllce. Colonel Wilson ^ays everything
was found satisfactory and correct in
<b tail. In fact, he said, the Suffolk
postoifice was a model ofllce, with a
lirs.t-r.ite postmaster and excellent
corps of cl, rks.
FRA NK LIN MEMORIAL.
Confederate Memorial exercises were
observed at Poplar Spring Cemetery in
Franklin, this week. There was a song
service and addresses by Hon. l\. It.
Orlflln. Rev. C. II. McGhoc and Rev.
J. E.Jones. Dev. X. G. Newman pr.ty
el and said benediction.
Miss Llllie Whltfleld, a young lady
of H?hl, to-day went over Into the Old
North Slate for ihe purpose of mar?
riage. The oilier principal was Mr.
James Roberts. They w. nt via the
Norfolk and Carolina road. A mutual
friend attended them. Mr. and Mrs.
Roberts returned this evening from
Gates county, where the marriage was
done, and left <ei n later train via the
Norfolk and Western,
j The bride is an attractive young lady
about 2! years old. The bridegroom is
n freight conductor on the .Norfolk and
Western railroad. He lives at Crewe.
Mrs. W. <;. Welborn has gone to pass
the summer with her parents, in Henry
Next Sunday Children's Day oxerotec*
will he had at tlu- Main Street Metho?
Hurricane Branch has returned from
SUFFOLK ADVF.RTISEM E'TS
rpllK ONLY WAY MOST Mi IN Wll,f
J yiv,. money Is n little at a time ?y?.
i.entatlc saving. The experience or Vr.'ic*
ileal men who know, say ?nit a good
wav to save money la to Invest In L.IPJ?
INSURANCE, It means laying aside a
small amount each year and recelvlne
\our money hack with large profits at u
Um? v.l.en you need It most. For this
purpomo Hie liest polcy In the I.lf,. Kate
[endowment Issued by the i.'nion central.
Knr full Information cull on or write to
WOODWARD & JiLAM. Suffolk, Vo,
Washington, whore he went to see the
Peace Jubilee doings.
They will observe Confederate Memo?
rial Day next Saturday at Cypress
Charjcl. The hour Is 2 o'clock.
Mr. J. Walter Hosier returned this
afternoon from a stay with relatives at
Elizabeth City. N. C.
Deputy Collector of Internal Reve?
nue R. O. Dyer, of Southampton coun?
ty, was in Suffolk to-day.
Among Suffolk business men who re?
turned from Norfolk to-day were
Messrs. E. 'Patterson, W. W. Cockey
and tl. W. Payne.
MrswB. 1''. McLemore, of Courtland,
is bemg entertained l>y Mrs. M. A.
Applewhite, Chestnut street.
Mr. J. II. Guard, who has been vis?
iting bis brother. Mr. William Guard,
of this place, left yesterday for ' his
home, in Elizabeth City, N. C.
Miss Minnie Colia, of Sorry county.
Is visiting Miss Eddie Phillips, on Lee
Mrs. J. P. Davis and Miss Lula Covie
loft yesterday for Washing.>n, D.
on a several days' visit.
Mr. S. T. Jones, grocer on Pearl
sired, has sold bis stock of groceries
to Mr. 'P. A- Totem, of Camden coun?
ty. N. C.
Mrs. Q. T. Sexton while out near
Princess Anne station, on the Norfolk
and Southern railroad, examining n
piece of timber land yesterday, came
across and killed a rattlesnake. He
put the rentile in his vehicle nnd
brought it to town. It measured five
feet and has six rattles and a button.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
:: days ONLY.
I.ar^e Ca no Rockers, D9c.: Nice Plain::
Chair, brace arms, 75c.: Water Coolers,
nickel faucet, o.'.c Coma curiv or you get
W. L. BERKLEY & CO..
Wnverly Building, 101 Chestnut street.
; mytS-SI Berkley, Va.
I JOHN S. ^HERIDGeT"
LIViCItT AND nOArtPiNQ BTABLEa
Norfolk nnd Portsmouth trails aollclted.
Nov Phone No 1.203.
:K?RD WOOD T
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
The best for Wood Heaters, seasoned 1
or green. Deliver any quantity.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
Old Phone z51. New Thono USS.
i nun, If vmi miii<t from i.nyorihe
! trouble* re-Mi i ii i>;: Irom youii.tui
I err?r?, you niny bo enrol normrtltetil?
lv by i. u tin- mil i>r. in.ii..?;.
\Voi??lerlni Kleetrlc I'llN.
Sexually Weak Harried or Slngla Men, I
who arc suffering a flagging of their
powers or from premature i>ld age, use
theso wonderful Klcctric Pills, which re?
store Ihe wrecked and debilitated organs
to perfect visor, arrest premature ex
haustatlon, impart tone nod energy to
the bluo.l and fully restore the flagging
power? nnd dormant enerplrs.
' The pill* have cured many thousands of
I men who bad battled for years against
i the mental and physical suffering of lost
i nianhoed. K Is a home treatment, and
ail men who suffer with any form of
I sexual wciknrp?. premature loss of sex
I ual strength and memory, weak hack or
emaciation of parts can cure themselves
at home They stop nlr.ht drain* at once.
? Price |1 per box, or 0 boxes, full treat
. mint. ;.">. Tills s?nt closely sealed, all
I el:atei~s prepaid, day order Is received on
r> celpt of price. Special directions sent
i with each crder. OUR MEDICAL BOOK
' describes above-named troubles; al so
Stricture. Vaiicoeele. etc. Send for It to
j day?our Institute establiscd ISIS. Address
i MAt.I.trCK MEDICAL INwTITUlK.
101 Court Ml., ttnUon. Mihi.
-A FINE SAMPLE OF?
' Is displayed on every piece of linen that
is sent home frein our laundry. Our 4 ns
toim rs cannot help but appreciate nnd
adm re tin- tine ilnlsh and clear white
. . ar we lay upon their linen. Send year
I llltllldry to us and you will never be dis
hrppolntcd. We handle it carefully and
launder it perfectly,
j Klug up cither 'phone number
land wagon will call for and deliver laun
Z>0^ Clitircli si.
J. M. COFER
Hay and Gram,
CIO Citizens' Hank Building.
I Quick shipment and satisfaction cuar
1 Lawn and Veranda Swings?, i
A pleasure to young or old, made of hard wood, nicely painted. A
>v in'nt .f ihn f tr, ; iv ? constant motion.?K .it m- . adjtmtbte to any r^g.
position, reclining er upright.
Make your purchase early, to avoid delay and disappointment
FARM SUPPLY ??., 3
g Agricultural Implements and Poultry Supplies, 3
McD. L. WRENN, President. E. C. GUNTHER, Treasurer ^
*^ GEO. B. TODD, Manager- ^
GREAT BARGAINS !
Furniture, Carpets^ &c
NEW ASSORTMENT OF MATTINGS.
We have a great big stock that wo are selling at very low prices. No extra
charge for laying.
We are agonts for Ihn famous EDDY REFRIGERATORS. We have them In
'all sixes and at all prices. Wo also have other uiuko:; to select from.
Arn going?Going much faster than wo thought they might, but there a good
reason for It. This season's carts, with their higher front wheels and Letter gen?
eral design and shape are surely somewhat novel and attractive, and tho prices are
lower than those of Baby t'arrlagcs of equal usefulness.
New lino of I'retty Torch Rockers and Settees, novel designs. High quality,
REMEMBER.?All our goods aro marked in plain figures, a system wo have
adhurtd to since starting business.
CASH OR CREDIT
Of Dress Skirts.
FRIDAY, May 26th, every Silk or
Wool Dress Skirt in the store will be
offered at these amazingly low prices,
which doubtless will cause the brain
and brow of the " lowest price de?
clarer " to puzzle and wrinkle. Re?
member these skirts are new and up
Tafleta Silk Dress Skirts, hand?
somely trimmed, silk lined, $22.00
Skirtsfor $18.00, $18.89 for $15.00,
$17-SO for $13.00.
Lovely Rough Crepon Skirts, beau?
tifully decorated in satin ruffling,
$12.50 Skirts for $10.00, $12.00 for
$9.00, $9.89 for $S.O0.
New Serge Skirls, new shapes, new
cord lacings, $6.89 Skirts for $5.00,
$5-69 for 4.50, $4.69 for $3.50, $7.84
for S6.00, silk lined. v
Black Brilliantine Skirts, effectively
trimmed in narrow velvet ribbon and
etc., $6.00 Skirts for $5.00, $5.S9 for
$4.50, $5.00 for $4.00. Black Satin
Skirls, $8.89 for $4.69.
206 Main St., Norfolk, Va.
Iii PLASTER !
Wo have just received a fresh cargo of
the ? ? li lc. .11.-?! KKU BRACH LAND
PLASTER, recognized a.s the best hi tho
world. No better fertilizer known lor
Only a limited nmotint of the planter
can )?'? secured. Place your order* early
before the stock Is exhausted.
Pocahontas Steam Coal
Dry Pine and Oak Wood
OF THE REST QUALITY.
PROMPT DELIVERY, FULL WEIGHT
No. 15G MAIN STREET.
' Is a bad habit, but you
have to when passing our
window, so many at?
tractive things to gain
your attention that you
hardly know what to look
at first. More dainties
7.A-ZA DRESS SUITS?The Leader In
?Tt.VWNS nnd DI M IT I ES? Never prettier.
ATTENTION!?Drawing Petticoats in
Silk ami other fabrics.
HOS1 ERY?Daintiest creations.
ConSETS-All brand?, but R. & G. la
In fan. all the Utile things that ore
necessary for the Swell Bummer Girl.
362 MAIN STREET,
WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
Friday, the 26th.
63c. a yard this season's Goods, in
Waist patterns and by the yard. The
regular price has been from 75c. to
$1.00 per yard. They can be seen
in the West window. Excellent
styles and quality. Do not forget
the day, FRIDAY, 26th.
L. H. WHITEHURST.
No. 336 Main Street,
New phone 857. OLD STAND
Ice Cream Parlor
IS NOW OPEN.
Th e Mettowee.