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PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS
OF MORE THAN
r\ Compilation of Miscellaneous
News Matter in Condensed Form,
FRESH CLEAN AND ORICHT
? Dully Directory of tlio Hup pen Ins?
or n I?ny Ilrlclly Told, I UOlltfll
Sin ill Sons Hut Leu? In trrcsllus;
nnd Imporlnut-lnrormiti tou For
Tliono Mho Neck Iu Know itllll Uli?
?loratniitl Wlmt Is Uului; on Among
The Xaverian Brothers, of this city,
left last night for Baltimore, where i
they will go in retreat at a college near
that city. After July 4th they will
change their place of exclusion to the
new Catholic College at Old Point.
Mr. W. G. Stannard, of Richmond,
secretary of the Virginia Historical So?
ciety, was In the city yesterday.
Justice C. C. Haynes yesterday sent
Isaac Sykes, colored, to the county Jail
for a period of 20 days for cursing on
the public highway. Constable Llnne
han made the arrest.
The same old thing repeated Itself
yesterday. A valuable gold ring, which
was lost at Delaware Park on Thurs?
day, was advertised for yesterday
morning, and by noon the owner waa
made happy by having tho same re?
turned to her by a lady who found it.
Bo It Is in nearly every case when
things are lost and are advertised for
In this paper.
The census enumerators will not be?
gin the taking of census until some
time in the spring. PortemoiU-h?AYill
have one clerk in the supervisor's of?
fice, one In the Department In Wash?
ington, and sixteen enumerators, who
can make from J150 to $200 per month
for about three months.
Capt. E. W. Owens has flfty men who
have signed the last papers for enlist?
ment. He has ten more who will sign
next Thursday night, when the list will I
be forwarded to the Governor, who will ;
order them to be mustered into service.
Miss Agnes Clay held the closing ex?
ercises of her music class last night
at Ellis' Hall. There was a fair-sized
audience present. All the scholars ac?
quitted themselves nicely.
It Is rumored that the Seaboard Air
Line will light Delaware Park up by
electricity and run nightly excursions
up there Crom this city, leaving here at
0:30 p. m. and returning at 11:30, giv?
ing about two and one-half hours at the
A plc-nlo Is booked for Delaware
Park for the first three days in next
To-day will be pay-day fur the work
lngmen In the navy yard.
See what E. R. Barksdale has to tell
you about his fine line of hams and
A cape which was lost at Delaware
Park on Wednesday is at the Vir
glnlan-Pilot office waiting a claimant.
The only business In the Mayor's
Court yesterday was one white drunk,
who paid the usual line.
The Elks, who went to St.Louis, will 1
return home on Sunday.
The Hook and Ladder men were nut
practicing yesterday afternoon. They
axe becoming experts with the ladders.
Don't forget tho game Of ball this
afternoon between the All-Americans
and tho Scottsville team.
Miss Nettie Williams, of Richmond,
who came down a few days ago to at?
tend the marriage of a friend, returned
to her home yesterday.
The Vlrginlan-Plot acknowledges the
receipt of a piece of music called the
"American Admiral Two-Step," com
posed by Mr. Hinston Hartsell, of thi*
city, and Is dedicated to Admiral I
A Norfolk county constable had a ;
lively chase yesterday morning after a
6neak-thlef, who succeeded In making
good his escape.
All the schools, both public, and pri?
vate, have closed for the summer.
A little child that was sluing In a
colored man's lap In a buggy was
thrown out yesterday morning by the
horse turning too quickly at the corner
of High and Efflngham streets. Fortu?
nately tho child was not hurt much,
but his face was skinned a litilo by the
fall on the hard ground.
Quite a large party went down to
Ocean View In wagons yesterday nnd
spent the day In various ways.
The transfer of Craney Island front
the War to the Treasury Department
of the United States was mad.- yester?
day. The Island is Intended for the
Joint use of the Marine Hospital Service
and the State authorities as a place
of detention for patients having con?
The appointment of Master of Tugs
at this navy yard has been made. Mr,
A. E. Gove was the successful appli?
cant for the position, which was se
cured through competitive examination.
An electric fan is to be placed In the
choir of Trinity Church. The fan will
be In operation during the services on
Miss Ebbte Nee Is quite ill at her
residence on Lincoln fitroet, South
The training-ship Essex left the yard
ea-rly yesterday morning. She is bound
for Newport, it. I., but* dropped anchor
in Hampton Roads at noon.
A reward will be paid for the return
of lost pension papers to 1107 Washing?
Rev. Mr. Vnden, Presiding Elder, will
hold quartely meeting at olive Branch
Church next Sunday and Monday. He
will preach Sunday nt 4 o'clock p. m.
and Monday at 11:30 o'clock tu m.
In tho County Court yesterday II. P.
Grenalds was appointed special police?
man, without iiny, for Washington
Magisterial District; J. K. Huybert for
Prentis Place, and J. p. Trenl and Wil?
liam Tillotson qualified as Justices of
On the 5th, 6th nnd 7th of September
there will be in this city a great tour?
nament of the (nterstnte Association,
under the auspices of the Portsmouth
Gun Club. The first two days will be
devoted to targeta und the third to live
In the Hustings Court yesterday seve?
ral chancery orders were entered, but
nothing of nubile Interest was trans?
The prices paid for Irish potatoes
range from $2.50 to 13 tier barrel, but
on account of the small yield very lit
tie money will l>e made by the farmers
from the cro:>.
t>hio capitalists have Invested 3240,000
In Portsmouth suburban property in
the past forty days.
'i ll,- deed from Mr. B. M. Tilley to Mr. j
R. Lancaster Williams, who purchased
the Berkley Electric Company, has been
placed on record in the county Clerk's
olllcc. Tho ( insldcration was $io.oo(?.
Mr. and Mrs John S. White lost by
death yesterday afternoon at their
home, in Scottsvllle, their Infant son,
Thomas Wilson, aged IS months- Th
remains will be taken to Raleigh this
mornlns via Seaboard Air Line for ln
The friends of Rev. George J. Hob?
day, superintendent of the Baptist
Orphanage, who was badly hurt a few
days ago by 1" Ing run over at Salem by
a carriage, is slowly on the mend. His
many friends in this city, his former
homo, will lie pleased to learn that he
was not seriously hurt
THE SABBATH AND SUNDAY. :
An Explanation of tho Change from
the Seventh Day to the First Day
of the Week.
Portsmouth, Va., June 23, 1S99.
Edltor Vlrglnlan-Pllot: I have been
asked by a cultured gentleman to an?
swer the question:
t.>. "Whirl; day of the seven hath God
appointed :o be tin- weekly Sabbath?"
A. "From lie- beginning of the world
t.? the resurrection <>f Christ, God ap?
pointed th.- seventh day of the week to
be the weekly Sabbath, and the first
day of the week ever since, to continue
to the end of the world which is the
I quote below to sustain the above
the following from a commentary of
th.-? laite theological professor. Rev, Dr.
A. A. Hodge:
"The time of observance was changed
from the seventh to the Hrst day of
the week in the age of the apostles,
and consequently with their sanction;
and that day. as 'the Lord's day' (Rev.
1:10), has ever since been observed in
the stead of the ancient Sabbath In
all portions and ages of the Christian
"Wo accept the change as it comes
to us, and believe it to be according to
tlte wlinrrG. d. because U) "f its apos?
tolic origin; <2) because of the tran?
scendent Importance of the resurrection
of Christ, which is thus associated with
the creation of the world by God, as
tho foundation of tho Christian re?
ligion, ami <::> because of the univer?
sal consent id' Christiana of all genera?
tions and denomination, and the ap?
probation of th.- Holy Ghost that dwell
eth in them that is implied thereby."
Respectlfully, R. B. EGGLESTON.
DRY WEATHER AND CROPS.
The truckers are complaining might?
ily about the prospects of not making I
any money this year. They say that!
first wo had a long hot and dry spell. I
This was followed by continuous rams,
which caused the potatoes not to yield
a half of a crop, and those that tire on
the market are being sold low. One
trucker said yesterday that he usually
dug 6,000 barrels thus far on the same
land lie had only dug 1,000 barrels, and
did not think that the remainder of his
crop would yield more than 1,500, mak?
ing a falling off of 3.."?00 barrels, and
that all th.- other truckers were ahmt
like himself and would fall off equally
as much, if not worse, lie said that
berries paid nothing, cucumbers were
selling for nothing, the tomato yield
had b. cn cut short, and unless we have
lain in a day or so everything will be
parched tip. Ho thought that those who
had cabbage, spinach and kale would
make a little money, but the others
would sto in a hole, and some of them
good and d< ? :?.
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS.
The examination of teachers for the
public sch .ols throughout the State will
be held as follow.-.: For while teacher?, I
Tuesday, August 1, Wednesday. August
2. Fur colored teachers, Thursday, Au?
gust 3, Friday. August -1.
Candidates will be required to stand1
examinations on spelling, reading, ari?
thmetic, grammar, geography, United
States history, physiology nnd theory
and practice of teaching. In addition
to these s'ubjects an examination paper
on civil government will bo Bent to
superintendents this year, with the un?
derstanding that while candidates for
certificates will not be required to stand
DTI this subject lilts year, extra credit 1
will be given those who make as much:
as the required standard on this Im?
portant branch of study. After this I
year civil Government will be one of!
the subjects en which all candidates
for teachers' certificates will have to
GORED BY A COW.
Yesterday morning a. colored woman
named Fannie Moore, whose home is on
Griffin street extended, started for her
scrvico Dlacc on N irth street- When
near lite corner of Chestnut street she
was attacked by a vicious COW that was
being driven by a colored hoy, and was
badly gored in lie- side. The cow threw
tin- woman up some distance and when
slu- fell on th ground she was badly
bruised tin. 'lie- woman was carried
hack to her h me by some colored men.
Dr. Franco was cn I led in and did what
he could to tell, v.- her.
N VVAL NEWS.
Assistant Paymaster J. it. Sanford,
ordered t<> the Solace for temporary
duty on tho Asiatic Station.
Assistant Paymaster L. P.v-.-.-el. hon?
orably discharged from the service.
Lieutenant T. E. D. Veedcr, detached
from the Baltimore and ordered home.
Naval Cadet I'. I.. Pratt, ordered to
Lieutenant \V. S. Montgomery, pro
SNEAK-THIEF AT WORK.
Yesterday afternoon a gentleman
went into the Chinese laundry on
Washington street, near South, got a
bundle of laundry, and was standing
talking when a negro slipped behind
him, grabbed the laundry and ran. The
man went nftcr him, but the negro was
too Meet on foot, and made his escape;
l.lB-lillionaoi \. i <ir.t on i,. I. (?mal.
More lights on ? s ulb shore of Long
Island are demand I by the shipping In?
terests, The con t I; ..a.- >.f th.- most
rlnng? rous and poorly lighted anywhere.
Three largo y< went ashore there
during the blizzard, When this coast is
well lighted n* h the path to health by
ftcslettcr'a Stomach Ritters there win bo
little danger, This remedy will guide nny
one to health who trusts to it. Don't
ludge It by what other remedies have
failed to do. but by what it has done. It
will prevent and cure indigestion, consti?
pation and billlousness. it win arous ?
ami strengthen inactive livers and kld
noys, ami for weak, nervous people with
impoverished blood nnd consumptive ten?
dencies, It Is absolutely priceless. Give It
an honest trial, and don't be persuaded
Into taking "something Just us good."
There la nothing Just as good.
Several clays ago a colored man
named Thomas Galnes. a farm hand,
went In bathing near the farm of Mr.
Hardy Duke, on Western Branch. He
was accidentally drowned, and efforts
made at that time to recover his body
Yesterday morning it was found, hut
a short distance from the scene of the
man's death. Justice Hayncs, acting
Coroner, Impaneled a jury of Inquest,
which rendered a verdict of accidental
drowning. Though the body had been
In the water several days, it was not
badly mutilated by crabs. The county
bore the expense of the burial.
MRS. DUFFIES FUNERAL.
The funeral of Mrs. Sallle Duffle, wife
of Mr. Jesse L. DulTee. took place yes?
terday afternoon from the Calvary
Baptist Church. Rev. Mr. Sanders ofll
ciatlng. The remains were Interred In
Oak Grove Cemetery.
The following gentlemen were the
Active?J. R. Overman. Jesse Morgan,
E. P. Rodman. William Stevens, Waiter
Rudd, K. R. Harmon.
Honorary?Miletus Pendleton. J. S.
Roper, E. L. Trntmnn, E. R. Windor,
J. L. Kilby. M. L. Gibbs.
Monumental Church services for Sun?
day?Rev. L. B. Betty, pastor. Chil?
dren's Day services at 11 a. in. The
exercises will be In (eres ti up. and will
be conducted largely by the children.
The pastor will presch a special ser?
mon to the children. Subject: "Seven
Cherries." Preaching at S:15 p. m. by
the pastor. Subject: "Christ and Nlco
A. E. Sanford, of Wellesley. Mass., Is
a director In the Gayhead Fire Brick
Co.. recently organized at Saco, Me.,
with $:tOO,non capital stock.
We keep every shape of collars. Let
us sell you your collars. Chas. R. Wel
ton & Co.
"I OST?A SF.T OF PENSION PAPERS
? * somewhere between Wllloughby Spit
and Norfolk. Thej name of the pensioner
on the envelope: reward If returned, ufli
Washington street, Portsmouth. je2t-2t
Xjtr ANTED. ? BOARDERS IN PrT
U vale family: pood locality Park
View, near street cars: prlvilcfre of bath.
Address PRIVATE Vir? nian-Pilot oftke.
5c. GINGER ALE, 5c.
Brandy Peaches at 25c. bottle. Birr cut
in Pickles and Picnic goods. Call and
examine our stock.
Try our COc. Teas, regular price $1.00 per
Fresh Meats and Vegetables.
R. E. KING,
100 COURT STREET.
If You Eat"
PEARSON'S FERRY LUNCH ROOM
Is Hie Place To Go.
Everything the appetite demands
can be found liiere in profusion.
Three-story Warehouse. No. CIO Craw?
ford street: excellent location for a gro?
cery, notion, hardware or commission
house; r?nt. 535 per month.
JNO. L WATSON.
?09 High street. Portsmouth. Va.
ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Will give a D'cnic to
TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1899.
For the purpose of raising funds for com?
pleting the new St. Paul's Church now
building. All who are interested In the
work or who feel a civic pride In seeing
this handsome structure llnlshed aru
ui g< 1 to assist.
Trains leave .s:15 a tn. nnd 1.15 p. m.
Tickets 60c.; children. '-'?"?o._JeM-gt
An Oft Told Tale.
is that of my fine Southampton Hams, but
1 want t he people to bear It In mild. Hams,
all sizes, lie. Fine stde bacon fo season?
ing. My line of Picnic Goods has been
depleted very much, but Is about complete
again. Live' chickens are cheaper. Sc-o
me before buying.
E. R. BARKSDALE
ROTH PHONES. 129 COURT ST.
PH I LL1 PS,
Special Silk Sale all the Week
?23c, 33c. 39c ?Washable.
Silks Hint were 76c., ?1.00, $1.25 nnd $1.50
aro now 61c, 70c, 99c. and 51.10. They arc
real good values.
An elegant line of Ladles', Children's
and Misses' White, Iilack and Colored
Silk Parasols just In.
See tho Black and White China S lk
Hemstitched Parasols for $2.00 and 62.26.
Wc have In a new nnd handsome assort?
ment of Crash and Linen Skirts, some
plain, some with P. K. trimming, from
79c. to $4.00.
It Is our pleasuro to picas? you.
A. J. PHILLIPS,
302 and 304 HIGH ST.
Fifth Ward Paving Bonds for Sale.
Of lice of the (' ty Clerk.
Portsmouth. Va., June 19, p'.fl.
rp UK CITY OP PORTSMOUTH OF
1- fori for sale ?.V>.tWio ,,f nl(. Fifth ward
paving and grading bonds payable in ten
years, from July 1, 1699, bearing interest
at the rate of -I per cent, per annum, pay?
able seml-annually, In January and July.
These bonds aro In denominations of
$1.000, are exempt from city taxes and can
be registered, principal and Interest, or
principal only, at the option of tho bolder
Sealed proposals addressed to E.
Thompson. Jr. citv clerk, will be received
until FRIDAY, JUNES 30, 1899, fi p. m., for
the purchase of thesr Ponds, the city re?
serving the right to reject any or all the
Communloat'ons other than proposals
should be addressed to
J. W. RROWN. JR..
jc20-9t Chairman Finance Committee.
?ICE CREAM DELIVERED.?
Per gallon .75c.
Per hnlf-gollon .45c
Per quart .25c.
1111 WASHINGTON STREET.
All varieties staple nnd fancy food,
fresh meats and vegetables. Another lot
of those line Silver Premiums to arrlvo
Monday. Get our premium caid; use it,
and be satislied. -
ALLEN & JAR VIS.
S. S. 'Phone, 13G0. ?00 and 5?2 County st.
Jeffries Ban Fiiz-Simmons.
BUT WE CAN FIT ANY REFRIGER?
ATOR IN PORTSMOUTH AND FILL IT
WITH PURE ICE.
WE ARE KEEPING BUSY. BUT CAN
ATTEND TO A LOT MORE CUSTO?
MAY WE SUPPLY YOL'T
Portsmouth Coal and ice Co.,
J. S. MILLER, Manager.
Pine and Oak Wood
J. E. LOWE & CO.,
W. Queen St.
S. S. 'phone 1510. Bell 'phone 23G0.
Have You Ever
tried any of our fine Southampton Hams.
If not. get on*, only 16c, per n>. Every
one guaranteed, our beef chlppi r la m
tine shape ami can furnish you with tliu
vor.v finest Chipped Beet at any time.
Olnger Ale, 7e. per bottle, or 4 for 25c.
3 cakes To'let Soap for 5.: Vermont
Creamery Putter, 25c.? line as anything
made. Our Sunbeam Flour Is line as you
can kret. Try our "Sunbeam" Mocha and
Java Coffeu if you want a tine drink; 35c,
or 3 lbs. for SI.CO.
C. W. HUDGINS &. CO.
Both Phones. 802 Crawford street.
inner s Point Real Estate!
CONSIDERABLE MONEY Ins been made at Pinner's Point within
(he last three years, and now that MONEY PANICS and WARS are ended
these proiits will he more than doubled within the next two years.
11 you have money to invest PINNER'S POINT is the place to put it,
cither from a speculative view or interest bearing basis.
We began when Pinner's Point began, and can consequently put you
on the ground floor as to cost of property here.
Our collecting department is handling nine-tenths of the rental business
in this section, and all of the property we have in charge is paying well.
()ur references as to promptness, management and financial responsi?
bility are second to none.
A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS TO OFFER QUICK BUYERS
Average sales, Six Thousand Dollars (.er month for three years.
Real Estate, Rents and Loans.
Phone 1373. Pinner's Point, Va.
Agent for the Pinner's Point Land Companies.
THE BEST MADE_??.
(W. St J. P'ARKER'S)
_ IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT TRY IT._
This is The Weather You Need Hammocks.
WE HAVE THEM FROM 75c. UP.
ANDERSON *Ss THOMPSON.
224. HIGH STREET.
To let you know wo fill prescriptions with Puro Drugs. Promptness and Pre?
cision and as cheaply as consistent with cost of drugs proscribed by physician. No
boys or unregistered men allowed to IUI prescriptions. Dr. B. D. Fish? r always In
attendance, day or night. Should you need him nt night, r'ng night bell. A full
lino of Patent Medicines and Drug Sundries always on hand. All patent medic Ines
at cut rates when cash accompanies the order. Goods delivered to any part of tho
city. T1IIC A. 13. WIIVSON ESTATE, Old Phono No. 2355, 502 Fourth street Ports?
mouth, Va. Je20-lw
Spots of Ink to Make You Think!
Something Below You Ought to Know.
All $15.00 Suits reduced to.$12.73
All $1200 Su'ts reduced to.$ 9.63
All J10.(0 Suits reduced to.$ S.35
All $5.00 Suits reduced to.$ 0.25
Ages 3 to 16 Years.
All $5.C0 Suits now .$4.00
All Jt.00 Suits now.$3.00
All $3 00 Suits now.S2.?5
All $2.00 Suits now.$1.63
John A. Morris,
303 High Street;
I MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS |
AT ALMOST HHUF FRIGE.
#3.98 for Men's Suits worth $6.00
#5.00 for Men's Suits worth #8.50
#7.50 for Men's Suits worth $12
$10 for Men's Suits worth #15
#1.98 for Boys* Suits worth $3.50
$2.98 for Boys' Suits worth $5
PORTSMOUTH, VA. &
To most men's minds to know where to Fct a good, absolutely fast color, ser?
viceable Serge Suit for little money. We've struck It light this season. Our Men's
Plue and Black Serge Suits hive an established superiority for reliability.
GRADE I, $10.00. These suits could be sold at #13.S0.
GRADE II, $ 7.45. These suits could be sold at #10.00.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT.?Our Merchant Tailoring turns
out a great many hlgh-prlccd suits. We know bow to put tho value In a garment?
I wo know how to make what a man wan ts?wo use only the best of materials..
SHOE DEPARTMENT.?Ask nny other shoe man if he guarantees his shoes.
Ho'll laugh at you. Our shoes are guaranteed In lit, style, comfort and price?your
feet fitted comfortable at tho most moderate prices,
THb BRANDT COMPANY.,
213 and 215 High Street. Strictly One Price. For Cash Only.
In Having the Reputation.
Of selling only first-class goods at lowest possible prices. To gain such a
merchant must be honest, truthful and positive in his declaration in regard
to his dealing with tue trade. He must not misrepresent his goods in order
to make a saie.' We have always followed the above rules and know we
have the contidence of the public. When we advertise goods at certain
prices the public always find the goods as we advertise them. For this week
and until further notice the balance of our Serge Suits at 12 'J per cent, above
the actual cost. All of our St0.00 Fancy Worsted Suits, $7.85. All our
S12.50 Faury Worsted, ?8.08, and SIS.00 -suits at $10.78. We have the
largest stock of Gents' Furnishings in the city, at prices that defy competition.
BRESLAUER 8c ANTHONY,
114 HIGH STREET.
DON'T BE MISLED BY FAKE ADVERTISEMENTS.
Are Yoti ^V^illinia:
To lo<--e from 10 to 50 per rent, on your purchase of drugs? Well, this Is what
you are doing when you fail to buy your drugs from PARR'S STORK. Rftad tho
following price list, which quotes only a few articles of our large stock of Drugs
and Patent Medicines: I'lnkham'.s Compound. 71c. Patnc'S Celery Compound 73c.
Green's Ncrvurn. 75c. Hood's Sarsaparille. 75c, Drowns' Iron Hitters, 75c. Hos?
teller's Bitters, 75c. Syrup Figs, 40c. Horsford's Ac d Phosphate, 40c. Slocum's
Pyschine Tonic, $i'.75. Ozomulslon, i5e. Castorla, 23c. Soothing Syrup, 20c. Ccphal
gfne 20c Allcock's Porous Plasters, 10c. Belladonna Plasters I0c. Carter's Pills,
15c. Plerce's Pellets, 15c. Vln Marlnnl, $1.00. Fellow's Syrup $1.00. Carr's Cor?
rosive Sublimate KnOCk-Out Drops, a dead sure killer of Red Rugs, with brush, 25c
JEROriE P. CARR.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DRUGGISTS, Court St. and Green St.
AMBROSIA BLUSH. Be. PINEAPPLE SNOW, 5c.
p Full Line of Ladies' Velvet and Learner Belts,
From 10c. to 25c
s SITA DEIS OF BELTING. REGULAR 15c. QUALITY TO BE SOLD FOR 6e.
SPECIAL VALUE IN LADIES' LISLE HOSE FOR 25c.
Sfi OP LAST WEEK'S SPECIAL UMBRELLAS TO HE CLOSED OUT AT S5e.
EACH CALL EARLY AND SECURE ONE.
" \ LINE OF MEN'S PANCY HOSE AT 12'-c.
INFANTS' MERINO BAND AND GAUZE SHIRTS FROM 3c. TO 23c.
ALSO THE BEST IOC. LADIES' VEST IN THE CITY.
Terms Cash. 320 High Street.
I HAVE 7X NICO LOT
on DInwiddle street for sale. 2 on Glasgow, 2 on Crawford, a n!ce home on Craw?
ford street, 2 warehouses on Water street.
I have 100 choice lots in Park View, which I will sell cheap and on easy terms.
Fine lots In Cottage Place and Rrlghton.
Nice house in Cottage Place FOR RENT. 7 rooms, city water. $12.60 a month.
House on Scott street, 6 rooms, ctty water, $12.50 a month.
MONEY TO LEND.
R. S. BROOKS, Real Estate and Rental Agt., 4U Court St
Bell 'phone 2222.