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"The
Refrigerator
Problem
Solved"'
'II IK V12 It DI CT OP
HUNDREDS OP OU3
N113KS NOW USING
"NORTH H'l'AR"
Why is this!
li is because ihey are
scientific In construction
and ;i'ui- i hai reason are
perfect fund preservers]
They have packing of
granulated cork (Urn
hesn {uoi{-cnu d actr<r
known). 1 1-2 Inches
thick ui'oiind entire case,
thai projects the Ice.
They have handsomely
linished cases. They
always phase.
if yon are going to get
a refrigerator, why not
have the liest! "Norili
Stats" cost no more
than many?less than
some? best til any price,
tif. different styles and
sizes lu refrigerators
und Ich boxes from
which lo select?$S up.
Cash or easy payments.
THE HAMPTON STORE
Gftaii 0DM Inc.
Hampton's Largest Home
Furnishers.
Suits
f JUST THE KIND
[_ THAT FIT WELL;
Tl LOOK WELL, and
' 5 WEAR WELL.
\ Are Made by
S. Marback
The Baltimore Merchant Tailor.
Corner Hope and King St-cets,
Hampton, Vn.
Have the' much-liked Slue Serges,
Cheviots and Blacks?from which yon
can make u selection.
Full line of READY-TO-WEAR
CLOTHING always on hand;
MONUMENTS,
HERO STONES
and STATUARY
IN GRANITE AND MARBLE.
BeBt quality, material and
workmanship at the prices con.
detent with the quality of work.
LAWSON& NEWTON
189 WeBt Queen Street.
THONB, 19L HAMPTON, ,V?.
Notice to the Public and
fly Patrons:
Please take notice that we are going
out of the Pawnbroklng Business by
the 1st of April. All those that have
pledges in our placo will please re?
deem sumo until above date.
Unredeemed pledget ot all klndg
for Bale cheap.
R. Shinkowifz,
60 W. QUEEN STREET,
HAMPTON. VIRGINIA,
UPTON, PO
SAD GUTTING AFFAIR
AI SOLDIERS' HONE
Alexander McDonald, Civil War
l?l?paii, Stabbed In Arm *
and Side by Comrade.
SPANISH AMERICAN WAR SOLDIER
According to Those Who Saw the
Crime Cryan Simply Became Fren?
zied With the Idea of Cutting and
Slashed the Old Man Twelve Times
With a Knife.
Seized with a sudden mania to
?carve" someone. Frank Cryan, a
Spanish-American war veteran, stab'
bed and probably fatally wounded
Alexander McDonald, a veteran of th >
Civil war, while in the quarters of
Company C, at the National Soldiers'
Home yesterday afternoon.
Mr. McDonald, who has twelve ug?
ly gashes In his right arm and side,
lies in the Home hospital in a pre
carious condition, while Cryan is a
prisoner in the guardhouse, there
iwoiiing the termination of his vic?
tim's injuries.
Sleep in Same Barracks.
The two men are members of 'Com?
pany O at the Home. It Is said b>
those who saw the cutting affray
thai Cryan slashed the old man with?
out provocation. Mr. McDonald was
lying on his cot reading and Cryan
.vns sluing clr.se by.
It is said that Cryan simply walk
d over to where Mr. McDonald was
and whipped out his knife and began
m alibiing the civil war veteran in
the arm and side. Before members
of the company could get to Mr. Mc?
Donald's rescue Cryan had succeed?
ed in stabbing him twelve times. Mr.
McDonald's arm is badly lacerated,
whlla the eut^s In the side are deep
and dangerous.
Victim Taken to Hospital.
Mr. McDonald was removed to the
hospital, where the physician operat?
ed upon him and closed up the
wottmls. At 11 o'clock last night it
was given out at the hospital that
Mr. McDonald was resting well, al?
though the physicians were unable to
state h'ow seriously the old man is
injured.
Mr. McDonald served during tthe
civil war With the United States itr
tillery. He Is known as a quiet and
peaceful man among the members ol
his company at the home. He is t!8
years old.
Cryan is a Spanish-American war
man. lie lias been an inmate of the
Home hero for two years. He is
about IK) years old.
II IS BtLIEVEO HR. LYNCH
WILL ACCEPT THE GAU
He is to Give His Decision to the
Committee of the Y. M. C.
A. Today.
Mt? W. R. Lynch, who has been in?
vited to become the secretary of the
Hampton Young Men's Christian As?
sociation, is -expected to give his an?
swer to the board of directors today.
It is likely thut Mr. Lynch will ac?
cept the call nnd if so he may come
here permanently May 1.
The board of directors of the as?
sociation met yesterday afternoon, at
which lime Mr. Lynch was given a
unanimously call to the secretary?
ship. Mr. Lynch who was present
announced that lie will give his final
answer today.
The members of the board are
much pleased with Mr. Lynch from
what they have seen of him, and it
la expected that he will prove the
right man for the place.
Mr. Lynch has traveled extensively
and was connected at one time with
a meeting of the Salvation Army,
while in it foreign country. He is
young, ambitious, full of spirit ami
deeply concerned in the work of the
association.
At present Mr. Lynch holds a posi?
tion with tin Insurance company at
Ashville, N. C.
MR. M EARS IN THE RACE.
Candidate for Congress Denies That
Me Intends to Get Out of Contest.
Mr. Otiio P. Marcus of Eastville ac?
companied by Judge Blackstone ar?
rived in Hampton last evening and
is stopping uf the Augusta Hotel.
Mr. Moars Ir a candidate for Con
gross l^o mthls, the first, district.
Mr. Meura denied the story that had
been set afloat that, lie had Intended
to retire from the racp. Ho snid' that
he lind never entered a contest yet
without staying until the finish and
intended to put up a strenuous can?
vass and i3 now in Hampt?n to vis?
it his friends and supporters
Death a|. the Home.
William Andrew, who served with
the Company O, first Colorado infan?
try, died in the National Soldiers'
Home hospital, yesterday, aged 72
years.
Want. It hauled??'Phono DC?U P.
Hobbs. np 8-su.tnlm
Furniture packed and crated?L. P.
Hobbs. 'Phone 9tf. apS-su.tuJm
LIST OF JURORS DRAWN
FOR THE CIRCUIT COURT
PENINSULA PYTHIAHS TO MEET
IN "TRIANGLE CONVENTION"
fvlsn Who Will Serve on Grand and
Petit Juries at the May Ses?
sion.
County Clerk Harry H. Holt has
sent out summonses directing the
following gentlemen to appear in the
Circuit Court on the flrsi day of the
Muy term, May 22, to serve as grand
and petit jurors.
Grand jurors?Messrs. M. P. Burke.
C. P. bailey. IL S. Hudgins. Sr.. G.
\V. Watts, J. S. Wyatt, II. P. Wil
liains. W. T. Hoist on. Segar Whit?
ing. Jacob Hoffeltinger, .1 TV Lake,
Sr.. ami Joseph C. Outteu.
Petit jurors?Messrs. J. M. Sclater.
W. P. Hall. E. L. Carmines, C. T
1 Taylor, T. N. Benihall. H. D. Owens
Wade iL Brinkley. Ii. T. Fr?ser, Ben
I Jamin Tlgnor. f. Steiner. John Hope
it. S. Hudglns, Jr.. M. W. Elliott. R
H. Bloxom. C. T. Copeland. George
D. Melson, Frederick Ashwell antt S
M. Holsten.
Circle Meets at Hampton College
Kecoughtan Literary Circle will
licld Its regular weekly meeting at
Hampton College this afternoon at 4
o'clock.
Charged With Seduction.
Janus Harris, a colored man. was
arrested hy Town Sergeant. W. E
Owens yesterday upon a warrant
.'barging him with the seduction of a
colored woman.
Bassette Now a Physician.
Caesar Bnssette, the son of Attor
ney A. W. E. Bassette. colored, lias
just grdiiated in medicine from The
.Shaw University in North Carolina.
An Kicyntluii GnMtor i.h.h.
a very rare specimen of egg decora
lion, its It was practiced in Egypt, is
shown In the Detroit Museum of Art
The etchings on ibi- shell follow tbu
same general design as do the paint
lugs of men mi.; animals recently
found in Cairo.
Furniture moved ? L. F. Hobbs
'Phone HC. up S-tu.sulrh
Want it hauled?- Phone ?JG.?I.
Hobbs. ap 8su.tului
Gathering Will Meet With Kecough?
tan Lodge This Evening When
Big Time is Expected.
The "Triangle Convention." com?
posed i:f the Pythian lodges of New?
port Niwfi and Hampton, will tue?,
with Kecoiiglilnn Lodge, No. 2!).
Knights of Pythias, in the Pythian
castle hall ibis evening.
A large attendance is expected from
the tWi, lodges In Newport News and
it is though) most of the members of
Kecoughtan lodge will lie present
This is a convention made up of dele
^ates front every lodge on this side
of Haihplph Roads.
Kecoughtan lodge has arranged an
enjoyable program and a pleasant
evening is anticipated. Refreshments
will be served in the banquet room at
the close of the musical and literary
features of the program.
The three lodges on the Peninsula
are Warwick and Washington, of
Newport News and Kecoughtan of
Hampton
PERSONALS AND BRIEFS.
The Coming anil Going of the People
You Know.
Master Richard Wingate. of Tyro
ne. Pa., is the guest of his aunt. Mrs
Harry I) IIowp, in Victoria avenue.
Mr. W. W. Woodward is visiting
friends in Middlesex county.
Colonel Nelson S. Groome hns re?
turned from a visit of a week in New
York. Atlantic City and Philadelphia.
Mr. W. Elmer Copeland has left
here for a visit in Baltimore and
other points.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn 13. Gibson have
returned from a visit of a few days
In Washington and Baltimore.
Haul anything?'Phone 96?L. F
Hobbs. ap S-su.tulm
Small holler and engine for sale
L F. Hobbs. ap 8-sti,tulm
Storage fcr furniture?L. F. Hobbs
'Phone 96. np 8-su.tulm
"HIS MASTER'S VOICE"
it YOU WANT A TALKING MAChiNt
there's Only One
THE VICTOR
We will be pleased to discuss them with you.
They range in price from ${7,50 upward.
CHEYNE'S STUDIO
Agents for Hampton and Lower Pnelnsula. $1 Records now 60c.
M. O. LACKEY. MGR.,
P?. W? Rhillips & Co.
REAL ESTATE,
14 S. King St
RENTS, LOANS,
FOR SALE.
CHAPEL STREET BARGAIN?
Six-room dwelling well lo?
cated on Chapel street; large
lot. For a quick sale will sell
exceptionally cheap.
MOLT STREET HOME?
Desirable six-room dwelling
and nice lot; well located;
dwelling well arranged; also
electric lights. Price, $1,600?
$200 cai'a and $25 per month.
RIVERVIEW HOME?
Oootl dwelling of five rooms
and pantry; also good cistern;
two lots having a frontage of
V.O and a depth of 120. Price,
$1.000; good terms.
LOCUST STREET HOME?
Well located; six room dwell?
ing; city water and sewer con?
nections; property in good con?
dition. Terms, $500 cash; bal?
ance payable quarterly.
INSURANCE.
Hampton
FOR RENT.
Chapel Street, 7 rooms.. $15.00
Armistead avenue, modern
conveniences .$18.00
Chape] Street, t? rooms.. $10.00
Carey Street, 5 rooms_$7.00
Washington Street, 5
rooms.$10.00
Cottage Lordley's Cross?
ing . $5.00
King Street, 5 rooms.$0.00
Near La Salle Avenue. $8.50
STORES.
Queen St reel.$15.00
Queen Street.$20.00
King Street and flat _$20.00
King Street .$8.00
King Street .$8.00
King Street .$7.50
MONEY TO LOAN.
6 Per Cent.. Long Time.
FOR THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN
Whiskies Wines and Beers
flgS?" ?VISIT?
W. E. DOBSON'S SALOON,
Two Doora below Corner King and Queen Street.
SOUTH KING STREET, :Phone 238. HAMPTON, VA.
We supply family trade and solicit the patronage of every house?
keeper In Hampton. 'Phone orders promptly attended to.
Our lunch counter Is always filled with tbo best the market af?
fords. Everything new and clean. Business men will find our lunch
.counter a splendid place for securing the midnight lunch.
New Y?rk. April 21, 1906.
H, THOMPSON
Hampton, Va;
'The Glons Falls Insurance Company advises loss at
San Francisco will not exceed one million dollars. We
will have a net surplus of a million and a hall', after
paying San Francisco claims. Many other companies
will likely fail. Advise your customers to insure in a
strong coinpatt) like the "old ami tried" Glens Falls.
*W. IN. SWEtiNEV,
"'Special Agent."
?Nr.-'Ui' TUE POPULAR PRICED CLOTHIER. /?>
Shis?, Hats and Furnishings
MBBMi f0r men ano boys. . <v>
The new styles In Men's Hats. In the latest shapes ami shades,
jf _/ 60c *o $30(>' i >. Vl v k <
"'~ The Height of Fashion.
MEN'S SUITS?Stylish, newest patterns; ranging from $5.00
to $25.00.
COMPLETE OUTFITTER FOR MEN AND BOYS. 7 "
18 and 20 West Queen Street, i Hampton, Va.
FOR SALE
A 35-acre TRUCK Farm with dwelling and outhouses, on the
Sawyer';; Swamp Road, about I l-H miles from either Hampton or
Newport News. An excellent opportunity for one Interested in truck?
ing or Poultry Raising.
22 3-4 acres near Big Bethel, In York County, 1(5 open and arable,
balance in good woodland; all within a few hundred yards of the
proposed route of the ELECTRIC ROAD lo YORKTOWN. Can bo
bought cheap.
136 acre farm on the YORK RIVER, four miles below YORK
TOWN. This has about (15 acres of open laud and (he balance In
woodland. Has about half a mile of water front on the YORK
RIVER. This can be had NOW for $10 per acre, but we will not
guarantee the price for more than thirty days.
CITY PROPERTY.
A five room house and lot on County Street, Phoebus. Make us j
an offer.
Two nice lots at. B1ICKROE? fl00 each.
Lots on Raleigh and Daro Avenues for $S? and JOO, with terms
of 20 per cent, cash; balance on easy payments,
TIMBER LANDS all through the SOUTH nml WEST, KIND.
QUANTITY, and PRICE to suit you.
hb ?
Real Ectate, Rentals, Fire Insurance, Loans, General Auctioneer and
Notary Public.
9 and 11 N. King Bt 'Phone 00. HAMPTON, VA.
McCALL PATTERNS
The Best Pattern Made
ASK FOR A FASHION SHEET
I
8 AND 10 W. QUEEN ST., HAMPTON, VA.
PRESCRI RTIOfNS
Thai's Out Business.
We compound them carefully and accurately and
our drugs are always fresh and of the best, No better
place in Hampton if you want a prescription filled.
TOILB T ARTICLES
We are always ready to supply you with the best toilet
articles and soaps.
MURRAY'S PHARMACY
FORMERLY HOW ELL'S DRUG STORE.
EAST QUEEN STREET. 'Phone ?). HAMPTON, VA.

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