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THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH -NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.
IN A PARAGRAPH.
The Latest Happenings of a Per?
sonal and General Nature.
IN AND AROUND PORTSMOUTH
Gathered on the. Streets, at tho Hotels, iu
fount in;: I looms lllltl lClscwIlcrc, ami
Put In Abbreviated Form for Hie IMUi
cation of Jtcadorsjif tlio Vlrj;inluu-l'llot
? Tho Movements of People?Simp
Shuts at Ev?utB in Which the 1'ubllu Is
The electric light wire in front of the
Commercial building burned In two
about 5 O'clock yesterday afternoon
und fell. It caine near striking several
" people. A stream of lire came out of
it for some time.
The Lev. C. 11. McOhee, of Franklin,
will deliver a lecture at Owens Memo?
rial M. E. Church to-morrow night. His
subject will he ''Character Sketches."
Air. It. IS. Glover returned yesterday
from ti business trip to Richmond.
Mr. David Walton is confined to his
' room ut tho Crawford House by sick?
The swamp Arcs continue to burn.
The city is full of smoke from It every
ulght and morning.
? Miss Claudlnh Martin, of Winchester,
Vn., is In the city.
The condition of County street Is ter?
rible. Thb Council has been lor some
time talking of paving it with Belgian
blocks, hut nothing has been done In
that direction yet.
The Democratic Executive Commit?
tee will meet, to-night 10 transact busi?
ness of importance pertaining to the
tli i tlon.
The Hustings Court will begin Its
October term this morning.
High Constable Anderton left hist
night for Baltimore to accompany tho
remains of Mi..-. Mahoric, a relative of
his, who died in Brambleton Tuesday
Mr. T. J. Woo) ami II. I.. Maynard
addrcs&efl the Democrats "f Western
Branch at Glebes last night.
The School Board ".ill meet to-mor?
row night to transact their regular
monthly busines ?.
There will be two speakers Worn on
the 171b to address the Democrats or
("apt. It; <'. Marshall. C?pt. Ohas. T.
Bland and Mr. Peterson, of Norfolk,
will ndth-03a tt; ? John W. Daniel Dem?
ocratic Club io-t..orrow night at ths
club roomi on Fourth street. Mr.
John VVhltehead and Mr. Nathaniel
Green, of Norfolk, are also expected
to address the < !ub.
Mr. Henry Jar vis, of this city, left
ln. t nlghl for Porhandina, Fin., where
he hds accepted a position with the
Seaboard Air Line Railway.
The Portsmouth Guii Club will hold
lls regular shoot this afternoon at Co?
Mr. John ''? Niemeyer offers his home
? for rent. See ad.
AT HYMEN'S ALTAR.
Maidens Change Their Names and
Mr. John Morgan Drewry and Miss
Kvn May Smith, daughter of Mr. Al?
fred Smith, were married at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon a: the home of tho
bride's parents, in Lincoln street. The
it'".-. GeO. 10, Booker* pastor of Wright
Memorial M. K, Church; performed the
ceremony in the presence of a numer?
ous company of friends.
The bride was atllred In a traveling
dress of tan doth, and Immediately
after i he ceremony the wedded couple
left on the Old Dominion steamer for
New York. Niagara Falls and Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Drewry received a
number of handsome presents, among
which was n silver service from the
groom's fellow clerks in the freight
claim department of the Seaboard Air
Line. Where Mr. Drewry is employed as
LAM AR?DIG G S.
A beautiful home wedding was sol?
emnized at tho home of tin; bride. No.
71f> King street, last nighl at !' o'clock.
when Mr. Oonrgo TTcnry T.nmru' "led to
the altar Miss Lillian Lee, the accom?
plished daughter of Mr. Melzer G.
Dlggs, The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. It. F. Beadles, pastor of
Central M. B. Church, the bridal couple
Standing beneath an arch of palms.
The prettily appointed parlors were
tastefully decorated with palm8 and
flowers, ami were filled with a numer?
ous party of wedding guests.
The bride wore white organdie, and
Miss Mamie Lnmar, her bridesmaid,
was gowned in the same material. The
bride's brother, Forest Dlggs, was best
man. Little Pearl Di^gs and Sammle
Gardner were flower attendant:;..
After the ceremony n reception was
held until 12 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs.
Larimr were recipients of a large num?
ber of presents.
DEMOCRATIC BANNER RAISED.
Bryan and Stevenson and Our Own
HARRY L. MAYNARD.
A Democratic banner was yesterday
stretched from one side of High street
across to the other. It Is a beautiful
thing. Its dimensions are 20x30 feot.
The colors are red, white anil blue. On
one corner Is a large portrait of Bryan;
Stevenson's portrait is in the other cor
ner. The centre is of old gold with a
large American eagle painted on It.
Below, on strips, are the names of
Bryan and Stevenson for President and
Vioc-rrosident and H. L. Maynard for
There were titiite a number of people
on the street when it was thrown to
the breeze and all expressed their ad?
miration of it. it is suspended from
the Commercial building across to the
top of Dunham's saloon.
? , TO HOLD AN AUTOPSY.
'Acting Coroner John C. Niemeyer or?
dered an Inquest yesb rday on tin- body
of Jennie DUlard, the woman who is
supposed to have committed suicide
Tuesday afternoon by taking poison.
Deputy Sheriff Hoof tingle summoned
a jury, consisting of Messrs. John F.
Schroeder, w. J, Anderton, W. T. Ed?
monds, li .P. Taylor, John B. Pitt and
W. J. Moore, who, after viewing the
bodv, ordered an a?tonsy to be held,
ami adjourned till 1 o'clock this after?
To Roal Estate Ownors
If you have property. Improved or un?
improved, at genuine bargain prices,
Ihn same with us for a quick sale.
THB ! (-JA1 a::d leal kstate co..
KING'S DAUGHTERS' HOSPITAL.
Officers Make Their Reports for Month |
Following are the reports oC the offi?
cers ot the King's Daughters' Hospital |
for" the month of September:
Treasurer's report of the Trinity Oir- |
cle of the King's Daughters ami Sons:
Balance from last month .$23.S4
Monthly dues received . 2.40
Monthly dues collected . 12.70
Received from Miss Slater's com. 2.55
Amount paid out . 34.15
Amount In treasure .$ 7.31
Paid out for charity .$ 3.75
For State and International dues. 30.40
NANCY Li P. DRITT.
Report of treasurer of the ' King's |
To balance...$122.05 |
To amount received from Council
for September . 10.001
By amount paid out for nursing. 20.75
Balance .. . 105.30
Total .$132.05 I
1.0KETTO M. TOOMER,
Renort of secretary:
Number of patients in hospital dur?
ing September . I
Number dismissed . 1
Number now in hosuilal . 3
BELLE S. BARLOW.
To balance .S'-"'-'
Amount received from regular
subscribers . 3G.S0|
'!'<> amount donated by Mr. J. T.
Neely .? ?
?b amount donated by Mr. R. J.
Neojy .,.. 5.C0 i
I'o amount donated by Mrs. S. S.
To amount donated by Friend ..
To amount received from board .. 1.001
By amount paid out for expenses
for September .$1.981
Balance . l\,&9\
Total .$73.53 I
NANCY FORBES OWENS.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
In the county clerk's office to-day the
following deeds ot bargain and sale
were admitted to record:
B. F. Gibson et ux. to Maty Hodges,
lot in South Hill; $60.
The Wllloughby Bench Company to
W. S. Poster. \A in Chesapeake ave?
nue; Wllloughby Beach; $G0O.
Julia Nash to Snmucl .1. Long, lol In
Penrl street; assumption of a deed of
Lcgh R. Watts, special commissioner,
to lt. s. Brooks, lot and dwelling south?
east corner Fourth and Jefferson
Air Line Land Company to Jeter C,
Kaufman, lots Nos. 10 and 17. In block
No. 17, plat of Air Line Land Company:
John B. Hutchesbri et ux. to W. II.
Gnsklns. lot in North street, Scotls
RETURNED FROM ABROAD.
Mr, and Mrs. John L. Watson re?
turned yesterday from their summer
trip abroad. During their absence oi
three months Mr. and Mrs. Watson
visited points in France, Germany,
Switzerland, Holland and Belgium.
The main feature of i,ho trip was. of
course, the Paris Exposition, which
they spent several weeks in seeing.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson were delighted
with the scenery of the famous Rhine
valley, which was Included in their
itini rary. Though their trip across the
Atlantic was a rough and exceedingly
disagreeable one, they were in the best
oi health and spirits when they reach?
Orders sending Chief Gunner Walsh
to -the Constellation have been re?
voked. Gunner Walsh is now at the
Naval Hospital here. .
Lieutenant J. C. Crosaf), U. S. N., has
reported at the yard for duty.
Lieutenant W. lt. Coyle, U. S. M. C,
has reported for duly at the marine
A large order of ammunition for the
Newport is being prepared at the Gov?
ernment arsenal at St. Julian's Creek.
The calibre of the ammunition Is main?
ly one and six pounders and four-inch
The following naval orders have been
Commander William H. Emory is or?
dered to temporary duty in command
of the naval station. Key West, Fla.,
and to return home on completion.
Lieutenant-Commander W. R. A.
Rooney is granted sick leave for three
months from October 1.
Lieutenant O. S. Knepper Is ordered
to duty in office of Naval Intelligence
Paymaster Clerk John B. Abbott's
appointment on nomination of Assist?
ant Paymaster W. B. Rogers revoked
Sanitary Inspector Murden yesterday
reported the names of 120 property
owners In the? First Ward who have
not connected with the city sewers.
This is a little over one-fourth of the
sewer connections In the ward, the to?
tal number being about 400. Mayor
Baird is in Baltimore on a visit., and
no action towards compelling the con?
nections to be made will be taken prob?
ably until his return.
NAVY-YARD WORKMAN INJURED.
Yesterday a workman named Martin
Thornton, who is employed in the
navy-yard, was badly hurt by a brass
lamp on a buffing machine Hying off,
cutting him quite badly on the face and
hands. Mr. Thornton was working
polishing the lamp when it got caught,
causing it to fly off. His w/unds were
dressed at the dispensary, after which
he was sent to his home, on Lincoln
Commencing with to-day a series of
meetings for ten days will bo held at
the Friends' Church, on Green street.
They will be conducted by Rev. Mr.
Hodgin, the pastor, assisted by Rev. l!
S. Hadley, of Mount Pleasant, O. This
will bo the tegular annual meeting of
that church. Much good will no doubt
result from it. The public are invited
p CALIFORNIA LEAGUE.
At a meeting last night of Atlanta!
Lodge. K. of P.. a California League'
was organized among the mem! ers. i
The object of the league Is to raise
funds for the purpose Of visiting Cali?
fornia in 1903, when the Grand En?
campment K. of P. will be held In that
CORNER STONE, i
The Stone Was Laid on Monday
With Masonio Ceremonies.
A COLUMBIAN HALF DOLLAR
The Only Thing of Any Vatilo Which tlio
Stuiin Contained ? Iirivk Work Around
the Sinn? Turn Away, mid l?o Stone
IUolf Moved From Its 1'luco - TUu 'Mo
tivc Either Vandalism or Tlivft.
The corner-stone of the new Y. M. C. |
A. building, which was laid on Monday \
with Masonic ceremonies, was forced
from its position Tuesday night and
rpbbed of its contents. The stone con?
tained a copper bo:c holding a miscel?
laneous collection of newspaiiers and
documents. The only object of value
was a Columbian half dollar. '
The theft was discovered by the
brick masons engaged on lite building
yesterday morning when they came to
work. The brick work around the cor?
ner-stone had boon torn out. the mortar
not having had time to harden, and
the stone itself prized from its place.
The box was missing.
The thief had evidently opened the
box as soon as he secured it. as one
of the papers, a list of the officers of
Portsmouth Naval Lodge. A. F. and
A. M? which had been on top of the
other documents, was found on the
ground, it was supposed that the thief
lv.Iglit have discovered the worthless
n>'ss to him of the other things in the
box and thrown them away, but a
careful search brought to light nothing
In view of the fact that a list of Pie
contents had been published, opinion
is somewhat divided as to whether the
act was simply one of vandalism or
was done with the object of theft. The
latter Is the opinion generally herd.
The- stone will bo replaced with a
duplicate box. the contents of which
will be the same as the one stolen.
The police have been notitied. and
will endeavor to bring the perpetrator
FUNEKAIi OF M?S. IIU.TCIIINS.
The funeral of .Mrs. Margaret
Hutching took place yesterday after?
noon tit 3 o'clock from the residence of
her husband. Mr. George Hutchlns, No.
ILO") Washington street. The services
were conducted by Rev. A. B. Owen,
after which the remains were taken to
Cedar drove Cemetery for In tor men l,
there to remain Until the resurrection
During the services Mrs. Irene Ether
Cdgc and Miss Flo. Martin sang sweetly
some of Mrs. Hutchlns' favorite hymns.
Mrs. Hutchlns was a member of the
Court Street Baptist Church choir with
DEATH OF MRS. CHA'RIiES E. CAL
Mrs. Cnlvert, wife of Charles E. Cal
i vert, a well-known resident of South
Portsmouth, died at- ID O'clock last
night at her residence. No. MO Fourth
street. Mrs. Calvert had been 111 about
two weeks, and her condition had been
critical since Monday night. The de?
ceased was a devoted member of
Wright Memorial M. E. Church. She
leaves seven children.
TUR WEDDING PRESS AGENT.
The wedding of the oldcn-tlmc, what
a different thing U Is from that of to?
day! Then the function was a personal,
private, almost .1 secret affair. Cnder
promise of strict secrecy, the bride bo
fore the ceremony showed her. wedding
frock to a. few favored girl friends. To
all others, even 10 the bridegroom, it was
kept a profound mystery. Her mother
and her modiste were the only persons in
the world that knew a bOUt the trousseau
and neither of them would have dreamed
of violating the confidence? the mother.
i'ov Family Use.
Ket only Anhcusor-P.useh Brewing Ass'n i
brands of leer?the pure Kind. "'Not How
>.'>?. ap, Bui How Coo l" is the motto that
governs their manufacture. No corn or
otbet cheap materials are used. Order3
nddressed to Edward Lolmon, manager
Norfolk Branch, will )>o promptly exe
because tho mothers of that day believed
In quiet, unostentatious weddings; tho
modiste because she knew th.it her busi?
ness reputation depended upon it. Now
a-daya the bride-to-be has a special press
aaent whom she pays u largo salary to
advertise her trousseau down to Its In?
timate detail, says the New York corres?
pondent to the Plttsburg Post,
She engages him usually before the
trousseau itself is ordered?long boforo
the bridesmaids are selected or tho
llorist und enrterer scoured.
This press agent does his work well.
Ho scatters broadcast through us many
newspaper offices as the bride's promi?
nence makes advisable, circulars an?
nouncing the approaching exhibition of
the trousseau at such and such a place,
at such and such a time. This, accord?
ing to their circulars. Is the ''special press
view" of the trousseau; press artists "to
sketch and photograph It." will be admit?
ted ut such and such an hour. Should
the newspapers fall to nlble at this
templing baft of a personal inspection of
the trousseau; Its full description Is sent
later. Bvery Item of clothing lb graphi?
cally detailed. Nothing Is left to the Im?
Nor Is this nil. Tho wily press agent,
who is out for all be can cot. manages
to roe-; inio lih account of the clothes
a number of bat , faced advertisements of
various manufactures and establish?
ment*1. Fur each of these, of course, bo
gets just SO much more money. It la a
giv;:i calling, that of wedding press
agent, and with skill and foresight much
can be in.nie out of it. But ho would
have hud haul work to get along a few
years ago, in the Rood old decorous days
of the unadvcrtbjvd marriage ceremony.
ON THE DIAMOND
RESULTS op NATIONAL league
GAMES V BSTEKDAY.
how the clubs STAND.
Won. Lost. Pr. Ct.
Brooklyn.79 52 .0>3
Plttsburg.71 H .360
Philadelphia.\...70 61 .r..u
Hosten.63 fiG .496
Chicago.62 (9 .17.1
Cincinnati.."-3 71 .451
.st. Lout*.is 71 .tr.J
Now York.5? 75 .125
philadelphT?I b?new york, i.
Philadelphia, Oct., 3?Philadelphia de?
feated New York by a batting rally in
the ninth Inning, Attendance?713.
Score by innings. U.H.K.
Philadelphia.2 0 0 0 0 0003-5 12 1
Now York.0 1 00 1" 2 0 0-1 10 2
Batterien?Orth and Douglas; HaxVley
and Qrady. Thv.o?2 hours. Umpire-?
CINCINNATI, 13?ST. LOUIS, 6
Cincinnati, Oct.. 3?Both side* were
forced to change pitchers In the third In?
ning to-day. YounjT. however, failed to
stop tln> hitting while Phillips did. At?
Score by Innings. it.U.K.
Cincinnati.10 3 I 0 10 O x?12 lti 2
St. I.ouis.0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0-: Q u 5
Batteries?Newton, Phillips and Kalioo;
Young. Powell and Cr Igor. Time? 2
hours, t "in pi 1 c? Emslle.
BOSTON, 4?t-l!HOOKI.YN. fi-r>.
Boston, Oct., 3?Brooklyn took both
EMncs 10-day; Lewis was wild and In
e fleet Ivo in the Ursl game. Superior base
running by the Brooklyns enabled them
to w:a the second game. Attendance?
Hi ere by Innings. R.H.B.
Boaton.00300 1 00 0?1 5 2
Brooklyn.l 0 3 0%! 0 0 0?0 7 2
Batteries?Lewis and Sullivan; Yeager
and Furrull. Time?1:61.
Boston.0 :t 0 0 0 0 1?I 9 2
Brooklyn.10 0 2 0 0 2?5 S 2
Batteries?Dlnccn and Connor: Ken?
nedy and McGuire. Time?1:13. Umpire
University of Virginia, 17; Franklin and
Yale. 27: Amherst, 0.
Princeton, 40; Stevens College, 0.
Harvard. 12: Williams, 0.
colubia. 11; Rutgers, 0.
Tho Surjar Market Demoralized
New York, Oct. 3.?The sugar market
is demoralized. The American Com?
pany has reduced its prices for refined
llftecn points. Arbuckle Brothers have
reduced their list prices twenty points
to ii.t'5 for line granulated. This hi live
points under the American and other
refiners, ami it Is rumored tho other
independent refiners are making reduc?
tions of twenty-five points.
Nothing so good I B,scli!t
in the way of bis- S"^"^
cuit and wafers f Usueeda
ever baked before. I w^fer
No other product^ ^t^^J
of the oven were
ever delivered to I Bte"5t
the consumer in so H^ri^f
perfect a package. /uneed-*
At all c?o<sra?absolutely (rcsh always. I ?psflQITS
NATIONAL. BISCUIT COMPANY. . \ Wafer
Men's Up-to-date Suits to
Our True Black
or Blue Cheviots
Every one a superb tribute to the- masterful art of tailor?
ing?and at such little money asking I
Prices here always a third less-r-oftener half than else?
KnRland, German, French nr.d Amorrican makers are striving each to
outdo the other In producing fabrics tor Men's wear. May America be tha
best. Thus far wo think Yankee skill a^td Ingenuity leads In the race, par?
ticularly In Cheviot stuffs.
Everything For Men?Top to Toe,
213-2.5 High Street.
MUNSEY?The October number of
Munsey's Magazine was placed on snie
yesterday. Mr. Munsey, the publisher.
Fays in a fac-stmlle letter on the cover,
that ho thinks it is the host number of
the magazine yet Issued, and that it
comes very near being his ideal of
what a magazine should he. The fiction
Is very good: the department articles
are of exceptional Interest, and the
storiettes, as usual, are quite attrac?
tive. Nusbaum's, Qranby street.
IVOR RENT?FURNISH KD ROOM.
JC southern exposure; conveniently lo?
cated; privileges of bath. Apply 47 DIN
WIDDIE STREET. , oc4-3t
DIOR RENT?HOUSE NO. 601 NORTH
Jj street, corner of Dlnwlddlo, ? rooms,
all modern conveniences: possession at
once. Apply JOHN C. NEIMEYKR, No.
4"S Court street. oc4-3t
SPECK HUDGINS TS OPEN POR ANY
115 pound man In the Slate, for $390
IPARTNER WANTED TO TAKE
. half Interest in the retail liquor bus?
iness; good location and good paving
business. Call at 330 WATER STREET
for Information. oc3-lw.
FOR?RENT?THREE OR FOUR
rooms. furnished or unfurnished.
Apply to 60S 6th, street. Portsmouth, Va.
rOST?A BROWN AND WHITE
J spotted pointer: answers name Boh.
Reward If left with W. J. PARKER, A
street, Park View. Oc2-3t
Our Sloe Sales taeass.
Because we know what the people
want, know where to get what they
want, carry in stock what they want,
and sell at money-buying prices.
We can suit your shoe wants when oth?
HENRY A. LONG.
fOO Crawford Street, corner King.
nu31-?m. Portsmouth, Va.
A MODERN BRICK DWELLING, 403
Dlnwlddlo street. 7 rooms and bath;
modern improvements. Apply to JOHN
L. WATSON*. :0'J High Street
H. B. WILKINS
Has the best Pine Railroad Slab Wood.
Also pood Sheltered Pine, oak and Ash.
The best free burning Nut und Stove
NEW SUN DRIED PEACHD3 AND
Try our Postum Cereal nt 12V&C. pkg.
A good substitute for Coffee.
R. EI. Kl IMG,
2C0 COURT STREET.
Our r.cw stock Is open fur
li Is do largest and moat
complete assortment of the best
ready-to-wear clothes that can
be had. We know that wo can
please you. Our prices arc the
lowest possible for first-class
We call your special atten?
tion to the great lino of suits
wo arc showing at J10.00; they
are not the usual $10.00 Suits you
generally see, nut aro really
We would like to show you
those goods even If you may
not want to buy.
JOHN. A. MORRIS,
303 HIGH ST.
Portsmouth - Virginia.
j| LEVY & JACOBS. | LEVY & JACOBS. ||;;
I The Test Is Comparison. |
?| Any "wind jammer," even if he don't know cot- 5|
!L. ton from wool, or silk from linen, can write flaming JE
J.. advertisements claiming to "underbuy and undersell" *|
3? every house in town. That's "dead easy;" all it re
x quires is a good lead pencil, plenty of wind, and good 5|:
^ big profits to pay the enormous bill for advertising; but ||
% The Test for the Buyer is Comparison. ?
^ We ask you to compare our prices on Clothing 3|:
and Gents' Furnishings, and if we are not the lowest
IjT in prices for equal or better qualities, we don't ask
^ you to buy. But, look before you buy.
I We court comparison; We make trade by it. f
I LEVY & JACOBS, ? ?
|| 200 High Street. Cor. High and Crawford. ||
BELL PIIONB. 2181. SOUTHERN STATES PHONE),
Your wnnts, wo have both phonos, and your orders over the phono will have
prompt and careful attention as though they were delivered In person,
slock Is the largest anil most complete In the city. Ours is,
" The Pioneer Cut Rate Store."
Wo not only sell patent medicines cheaper than others, but we save our
tomers from 10 to 40 per cent, on all their purchases.
JEROME JR. OA.33SEg
WHOLESALE AND RET A IT, CUT RATE DRUGGIST. COR. COURT AN]
COUNTY AND GREEN NEAR BART STREETS.
We sell Lowney's Chocolates, always fresh.
Patent Medicines at Cost T
J. W. S. BUTT & CO.,
yOU CAN BUY GOODS.,,
For half price at' A. J. Phillips'
Must have room for fall stock.
A. J. PHILLIPS, :< ?.* SUNDER ELKS' H
Ladies' Knit Skirts,
LADIES' KEARSIbK SKIRTS. LADIES' Ol+TTEN-SKtRTS.?
LADIES' SATTEEN SKIRTS. FROM 25c. TO 52-50 EACH.
EMMETT DEANS, ?ao "L^3f *re?*'
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
* RIOT URB RR AM BS &
For one week wo will sell at special prices.
ANDERSON Sc THOMPSON,
. 224 HIGH STREET.
NEW FALL GOODS.
Cape Codd Cranberries.l^c. per qt.
New York ?tu(e Beans.10c. per qt.
New Prunes.Cc. per lb.
New Oat Meal.la .mil 12%e. per pkg.
Now Pettljohn Breakfast Food,.15c. pi.;,-.
New italston's Breakfast Food.;15c. pkg,
This mnkcs a very line breakfast dlrh.
Grape-Nuts.15e. per pkg.
Postum Cereal.15 and '-'"<? per pkg.
Apple Butter.3 lb. cans, 1?C.
C, W. HUDG1NS & GOc,
SOS CRAWFORD STREBT.
Both Phones. mhlG-Gm.
QUESTION OFTEN ASKED Doc?
tors by th'.'ir patient*. Where must I
have this filled? You can have any PHY?
SICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION compounded
with accuracy at
S. W. Weaver's Pharmacy,
COR. QUEEN AND GREEN 3Ta
Pell Phon,; S27&
5c. Heavy Canton Flannel, worth 7c* ?
Gc. Heavy Canton Flannel, worth So.
Sc. Extra Heavy Canton Flannel, wartfc'
c. Hamburg Embroidery, worth ic\ V
<*ic. Hamburg Embroidery, worth l?c
S'-lc. Hamburg Embroidery, worth 12%.*"..
2c. for 2c. Battle Vaseline,
Dc. fur 10c. Bottlo Vaseline Pomado. [
For Snrl ikler Top Box Tawurr. PoW?:
Having qualified adm',nl*ti
the estate of Jchn.W. .Cox. .deo'
hereby request iha* all persons
ciaims iu;;.hvt th-5 said e*tat*
tb- .-a mo t.-. :n<.< at once, duly urcv.-i. ? *
.Ml persons Indebted to thu oatAS*?Hp-?ri
please settle with mo.
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