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Handtome Residence for the Pa6tor
Will Be Erected in Newport.
News Avenue.
Tho congregation of the Memor?
ial Baptist church has purchase
two lots In Newport News avenue
and Wi.ll within n sWort period erect
a handsome residence for its pas?
tor, tho Rov. T. lt. Sauford.
Plans fpr the dwelling are being
arrangod by a well known architect
and "bids for the construction of
the house will he asked for shortly,
it is proposed to build a residence
with all modern conveniences, which
will cost about $1.000.
"Teatro going, and Way it's a Sin" I
will he Uro? subject discussed by
Rev. .1. P. CnthrlOll tonight in Cen?
tral Methodist church. This is the
i econd sermon In the series on '
'Some Sins Church Kolk Commit"]
On last Sunday night the church
was crowded to the doors lo hear
Mr. Cuthrloll on "Card Playing" aiidj
tlto subject tonight promises to be
even more popular. Morning wib
Ject: "The Running Christian.
Memorial Church.
At the Memorial Rapt 1st church
tonight the pastor. Rev. T. Rylnnd
Sauford \\CII preach the second <>r
bis series of sermons on the "Chris?
tian (icutlctnau," taking ns his sub?
ject will be "A Searching Questfion."
The mens Bible class will moot nt
10 o'clock tin? leader. Mr. George,
A. Schmelz, dOBiros a full attendance,
of the members.
St. John's Church.
iRev. lleverdy ECfd.Ul. D. D? will
conduct the services In St. John's
ohurclf loday. Morning subject,
"Thanks Offering on tho Three llnn
dreth Adversary of the lCngllsii
church In America." Afternoon sub?
ject, "Christ Tempted."
Regular Services.
At the First Methodist, the Hamp?
ton Bnptlst and the Presbyterian
church the regular services will bei
conducted by thulr respective pas-!
Mr. Williams' Subjects.
Uev. C. N. William will preach
this evening In tub .Church of
Christ on "Looking for tho Church
or Would Christ Recognize It If He
Canto to'Hampton," mid this morning
on "The Four Commissions."
Mr. Henkle at Y. M. C. A.
?Rev. D. S. Henkle, of Newport
iSows. will be the speaker at the
men's mooting In tho Hampton
Young Men's Christian Association
this afternoon at 3 o'clock
Services Will Occur This Afternoon
at 3:30 O'clock.
The funeral Of Mrs. M. A. Raines
will take place from the Hampton
Baptist church this afternoon al 8:30
o'clock. Rev. B. P. Jones, l>. IV.
will officiate. Th?> Interment wlli
bo made in St. John's cemetery.
The hour for the services had
been announced for 2 o'clock, but
yesterday It was found necessary to
change It to 3:30
Suit in Circuit Court.
in the circuit court yesterday suit
was instituted by Clara Fauntloroy
et als against Helen Fauntloroy el ;ils.
Mrs. Semple'8 Brother Dead.
Major and Mrs. Edward A. Setn
ple hue gone to attend t.hV; funeral
of Victor Montgomery, (ho brother
Of Mrs. Sein pie. They are expected
lo return to Hampton tomorrow.
There's Plenty of
Winter Weather
and you had bolter look out and
see. that you have plenty of
warm ctotlilng.
Stiffs and
Sacrifice Prices
' Don't delay. Come In tomor?
row. Tho sizes are going fast,
and are rapidly being broken.
Complete Outfitters,
We (Mose at t>::i() P, M. (Except Saturdays).
The New
Spring Dress Goodsare He ?
Voiles the Favorite.
Those bountiful rubrics will continue to lead this season as the
fashionable Dress Goods. Voiles with their soft ami sheer texture,
have won lasting popularity. Our display Includes Voiles In Black
and plain solid colors, shadow checks, Thanton stripes and mirage
PRICED 50c. 75c, $1.00. $1.25 AND $1.50.
In Invisible plaids anil Mirage Stripes as well as plain colors, 45
Inches wide. Now very fashionable for Shirts and entire suits.
Yon will find the May Mantou Patterns of the greatest assistance
In planning for your warbrobe. both from economic and artistic view?
point. The styles are the moHt up-to-dnle und lie- pattern is the
simplest produced. No complications to puzzle you when you open
Another advantage is that we have your size (lie minute you call
for it. We curry a complete line in stock. No delay or disappoint?
ment waiting for your size.
Steiner & Kaufman,
1.". K IT W. QUEEN ST,
(By Mrs. Q. ,
Down the inoitntati'i side n rider was
slowly wending Iiis wn.V. His horso
wearily stumbled along Hie bridle, path
but. his uneven gait was unheeded by
bis rider, who sat gazing Intently be?
fore bim Into the valley below.
'I'be smoke of many furnaces and
mining plants dimmed the clear at?
mosphere, and told of the ceaseless
activity there.
'Dow I wish.'1 he thought sadly.;
"that tin- people of Eastern Virginia
could boo <hi.~ country in nil Its as
pects, as It lbs before nie. Itullnns,
SwddCa; Hungarians?Indeed, people
of almost every nation, dwelling In
this little valley. No church bell,
with its sweet, homelike charm call?
ing the people to conic and worship
the ?Creatbr echoes-over hill and vaP:
ley, and Sunday Is only a name."
The sluggish creek ran on and
down the vallev and fording Its
depths, rider ami horse turned into
? he principal street of the settlement
Yesterday had been pay day, and tho
Sabbath was Tnll of unholy sound:;. I
The very air was foul with oaths of i
coarsest nature, and the ribald jest, I
followed by drunken laughter, was!
heard on all sides.
The young man unwittingly threw'
his hands to his ears, as something >
more dreadful yet. a drunken qUar
rel, bounded out along the street.
Thi> loud defiant language was quick
ly followed by an ominous sound, and
in an Instant an unnatural quiet reign?
ed within. Not the pence of the Sab?
bath, but rather the quiet of horror,
for a life lay ebbing away on the
'I'be young man lifted his eyes to
heaven. "Did Jesus die for these
poor sin-ridden people? Does he pity
their Ignorance and superstltiom"
Lieut. Lawrason Gives Startling
Testimony in Brownsville In?
(By Associated Press).
In fie Penroso court martial Lie;.!
George W. Ijxwmson, testified today ;
under cross examination that when j
he Inspected the guns on the morn-1
iag after the "shooting up" of
Brownsville, ho found Boven men
with guns that hud evidently been
in use.
"At an order from Mal- Penrose, |
who just then came up." said Lieut.'
lawrason. "I went off on another
duty, leaving those seven men and
?uns to Pohrosc and Captain Lyon!
for further inspection.
The cross examination which was
conducted 'by Colonel Glenn; wasj
very minute. Court adjourned with
Met. Lawrason still on the stand.
Finn nntl nntm.
It Is a good plan to wash figs and
dates before giving them to children,
or, for Hint matter, to any one. Theli j
sweetness attracts Insects, nud their
stickiness makes them a perfect horns \
for dust and its umlesirublo germs.
Yet most people seem never to think j
of this at all. Washing will not Im?
pair the flavor. On the contrary, It
makes them more agreeable to tho
sight and touch as well as to the
"It was as much as I could do to
keep from laughing when Miss Gusch
cr remarked that her flnnco was 'so
"Meaning Duinley? Well, he Is rath?
er versatile."
"Nonsense! He's a regular Idiot."
"Yes, but bo's so many different
kinds of an Idiot."? Philadelphia Press.
No. 3,600 drew the box of cigars at
Hull's Cut Rate Drug Store last night.
Kanus tor rent ami sale. See M
\. Schnii'l/..)
Startled by ills own thoughts, he
groaned, "Oh Lord! forgive mo, I
know It Is not Thy will that those
should perish. Lord open Thou the
eyes and hearts of Thy people."
The penceful Sabbath stillness was
over land and sea. and church going
Christians thronged the streets of
our Capital City.
The congregations gradually filled
the spacious edifice, and the minis?
ter rose to give his text: "And ye
shall he witnesses unto me both In
Jerusalem, and in all Juden and In
Samaria and unto the uttermost parts
of the earth." Ho told with burn?
ing words how Jesus had commit?
ted to us this great trust. Ho spoke
of the very valley of which we have
been reading; of the thousands of
Christ less souls, slowly parsing into
His words settled Into the heart of
one listener, probing deeper and
deeper, and bringing Up the refrain.
"Inasmuch as ye did It unto one of
tho least, of those, ye did it unto
Me." "God forgive inc." ho pleaded:
on my side of the account for last
month, an automobile, fine clothes,
jewels for my wife and luxuries un?
told; on Jesus' side, my usual church
dues?hush?conscience money." Rais?
ing Iiis hands, he called out broken?
ly, "Stop, Pastor. Stop! Do not burn
the iron into my very soul, but let
me lay upon Cod's altar for State
Missions, the salary of one mission?
ary to toll these people about Christ.1'
A strange hush fell upon the nudi I
once, and as the deacons passed the
baskets, such a collection pound in
as had never been dreamed of.
Who shall say that the prayer back
on the mountain sido was not an?
swered? Have you answered it too?
Tin- Difference.
Small Ploy?Pa, what is tho difference
between n pessimist and an optimist?
Pa?Well, lot me see if I can illustrate.
To1: know I inn often discournged, and
things don't look to me as If they'd
ever go rieht. Well, at such times I
can be said to be a pessimist. But
years ngo, when 1 was a young mnn.
everything looked bright and rosy, and
I was always hopeful. Then J. was an
optimist. Now, my son, cnu you un?
derstand the difference between n pes?
simist and an optimist? Small Boy
Oh. yes; ouo is married nnd the otlicr
Isn't ?Harper's Weekly.
Canae of Hin Joy.
"What are you looking so happy over,
old man?"
"I am rejoicing over tho birth of
"Great Scott! I congratulate you!"
"Don't congratulate me. Co nnd con?
gratulate Evans, lie's the lucky man.
I never did like him."?Philadelphia In?
Stoic 111* Livelihood.
Futter?d Timothy ? I hate doctors.
Tiepass Thomas? What fur? Tattered'
Tim?One of 'em cured me o' tits w'en
I wusr. a kid. Cce. I cud work up some
sympathetic crowds if I e'd have one
right now! -Cleveland Leader.
Khc Wan the Girt.
The Widower?I've always said that
if I married again I should choose a
girl who Is as good as she is beautiful,
Miss Willing? Itcnlly. this is very sud?
den, (j'eorge, but I accept you, of
course.?Pick Me Up.
j When money does not talk too much
] It may properly be termed a modes!
num.-Nashville Democrat.
For Rent.
Mos I desirable location. 7-room
dwelling, Modern conveniences. M.
six per cent nionby lo loan. Sec
M. O. LACKEY. it
i <
The Coming and Going of the People
You Know
IMr?. Thomas Koslon who has
been in Washington for tWe past
week, is expected to return homo
this morning.
Sunday Services.
Services will he held at Emanuol
Episcopal chapel in Phoebus tliis^
evening at 7:45 o'clock and Sunday
school at ;i o'clock. Services are
conducted each Friday afternoon at
4:80 o'clock.
Mr. Herhert Jones has returned
from Norfolk wlfore he went to at?
tend tho funeral of his. sister.
Died at Her Home "Heartsease."
Mrs. Hattie M1ot Sugg, brother
of Mr. Herhert Jones, of Hampton
died hist Wednesday at her home
"Heartsease." Tarhoro. N. C. Mrs.
Sugg was the wife of William ('as
well Sugg and the youngest daughter
of the late Rev. Richard II. Jones,
of Norfolk. SWe is survived by one
sister and three hrothrs??Miss Isa-j
bella H. Jones and Messrs. A. M.
and B. ill. Jones, of Norfolk, and
?Mr. Herhert Jones of Hampton. The
body was brought to Norfolk Thurs?
day and funeral services were con?
ducted from the residence <>f Mr.
A. IMl Jones-. 127 College Place, by
Rv. J. W. Morris. 1). I)., of Christ's
Kpisoopnl church The body was in?
terred at t?lmwonil cemetery, the
?pallbearers being as follows: Hunter
Wogers, Edward Rohy. T. D. Sav
ago, B. C. Smith. A; C. Annspaiigh,
Paul Taylor. R, A. Smith and C. K.
Chandler. The floral tributes were
numerous and beautiful.
Birthday Party.
The Misses Lanesky gnvc a very
delightful party in compliment to
their brother. A. Lanesky, Friday
night. It was the birthday anni?
versary of the brother.
Funeral of Elias Todd.
The funeral of the late .Mr. Ellas
Todd. the well known old citizen
of Little Bethel who died Friday at
his home, will take place this after?
noon nt 1 o'clock at tho residence.
Services v\4!ll be conducted by Rev.
W. R. iWebb. of Mulberry Island,
assisted by Rev. W. R, Kee-fe. of
Rlvervlew. The body will be interred
at Big Bethel cemetery.
Report Says That the Vessel Salted
From Hampton Roads the Day
Before Storm.
(By Associated Press.)
NORFOLK. VA., Feb. 23.?It was
announced here today that it is now
practically certain the three masted
schooner w.\'ich recently went to
pletes off Cape 'Hatteras with ari
hands on board, was the Thomas
Winsmorc of Philadelphia, Captain
Johnson, long overdue and now giv?
en up for lost.
The Winumore sailed from Phila?
delphia, January 22 for Jacksonville,
Fla., with hard coal, and put !nto
lianipton Roads1 for harbor January
2,ri. She went out later but again
returned, arid after putting ashore
her male who was ill. started South
tho day before theill fated vessel
lost off Hatteras struck on Diamond
Forms and city property. M. ?.
Try Hull's Little Liver Pills tor hF
llousness, constipation and torpid
liver. 40 doses. 10c. A splendid aftor
Sinner pill. 9-9-su-tf
"Regular as the Sun"*
Is an expression as old as the race
No doubt, the rising and sotting of the
sun Is the most regular performance j
In the universe, unjes? it is the ac?
tion of the liver anrj bowels when
regulated with Dr. King's New Lifo
Pills. Guaranteed by the Ideal Phar?
macy. 2V>c.
Bids are requested for erecting one I
brick building as a pumping station
for the Peninsula Pure Water Com?
pany. The building to be erected at
a place known as Big Bethel; Va.
Plans and specifications mav bo had
from K. A. Smith, Resident Engineer,
P. O. Box 316, Hampton, Va. The
Peninsula Pure Water Company re?
serves the. right to accept or reject
any or all bids. Bids to be forwarded
to the office of the Peninsula Pure
Water Co., 18 South King Street, not
Inter than Friday, March 16, 19d7.
Bids to lie marked: "Proposal for
erection of pumping station at Big
Bethel, Va." All bidders (excepting
successful ones) agree to return plans
and specifications after bids arc
Civil. Sanitary & Hydraulic Engineer,
42fi Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
E. A. SMITH. Resident Engineer,
Hampton. Vh. 2-24 61
reau of Information has been form?
ed bv two Iailb-s for convenience of
room renters and strangers expect?
ed to attend the Jamestown Expo?
sition. Anxiously solicit, patronage
of those having rooms to rent to
list them with us ami save trouble
In securing roomers, collecting,
meeting boats and trains. For par?
ticulars apply to AIRS. J. WILTON.
Office 1?3 N- Klug'St. P. O. Box
365. 2-24-irl-sun-4L
1-honie wagon and harness. 1 cof?
fee mill and luolor and some other
store fixtures. RICHARDSON *>
BUSH CO., Hamilton Va. 2-19-1 w
Rowe's Dep lrttnent Store
Hampton, Va.
Conic around und have a look at
nur assortment of useful and novelty
SOUVENIRS. Big lino of trinkets
that are not to ho had elsewhere,
?lahiestown Qxno. uiimbors now en
display. Tell your friends.
Monday Sale Feb. 25th.
:ains 19cuo"
These are salesman's samples and nee worth many limes the
price we have put f>n them for .Monday.
8 and 10 W. Queen Street, Hampton, Va.
JJLSLSLSULSULSLSUL1SLSUL9.SLQ_ZSLSL P. 0. 0 gfl Q 0 Q 000000. QPi'O Q_P Q_P_0_0_q B J> |
A beautiful water-front farm of 26 acres on Hampton River, dwell?
ings, etc . $3.700
12-acres farm 1 1-2 miles from Hampton, with dwelling, etc... .$1,000
An excelleut homo on Chapel street, 7-room dwelling, good as
new . $1,650
I.Argo lot, -10x250 foot, nnd 6-room dwelling on Newport News Ave
ruo..... $1,600
014 Washington, 6 rooms. $10.00
Bast End, water front, r rooms . $11.00
Bayley St., 6 rooms . $ 8.00
Ivey St., nenr Lord ley's, 5 rooms . $ 6.00
l^auderdalo St., nenr Car Barns, 6 rooms . $10.00
l^aSaHe Ave, 8 rooms, one acre land . $12.00
12 S. King St ..:. $20.00
Now Brick Store, West Queen St . $21.i>u
Armlstend Ave. $ 7.00
50 B. Queen St. $15.00
S South King St. $25.00
9 AND 11 N. KING ST. Phono 50. HAMPTON, VA.
14 S. King St.
' 42 Acre Farm.
desirably located on shell road,
convenient to Newport News and
Hampton; Groom dwelling and
96 Acre Farm.
desirably located on main road,
convenient to Hampton and New?
port News. Fine dwelling, new
bars, etc. Improvements would
cost $3,000. Price, $7,000. $3.000
cash, balance long time. Will
consider trade for equity for New?
port News property.
25 Acres,
on main Shell road, near town.
Fine truck land and desirable lo?
5 Acres,
on water front and near town.
I Acre, LaSalle Avenue, bargain.
K1* ?
Hampton, Va.
Stores?Double Store, 183 W.
Queen street, possession March
1st . . $25.00
No. 35 E. Queen street, up
stairs, possession at once, $40-00
50 10. Queen street, wrtl put in
perfect repair . $15.00
Residences?422 Holt street. 5
rooms . $7.00
148 E. Queen St., B rooms, $7.00
15 Locust street, 6-rooms, city
water. $10.00
413 Elm street.$6.00
415 Elm street .$6.00
417 Elm street . $5.00
Electric Avenue, 6
rooms . $12.50
Electric Avenue, 5 rooms, city
water . $10.00
Hampton Roads, 6 rooms, city
water .;. $10.00
La Salle Avenue . $8.00
LaSalle Avenue.$8.00
Waterfront . $16.66
Waterfront . $12.50
8 Acres, G room dwelling, on oar line. Price $150 per year.
15 Acres, 6-room dwelling, barns, necessary out-bulldlngs. Qood
location. 10 minutes drive or Hampton. Flue lot fruit. Price $150 per
80 Acres. 5-room dwelling; $75 per year. Monoy to loan at 8 per
The Best Imported |
Swiss Cheese
I As well as everything else
good iu butter, eggs and
Pure Food Store
F. H. C0UCJ1, Prop.
W. Queen St. ? - - Hampton, Va.il
Nothing Better
in Clothing
Can be found In Hampton than
the fine stock of ready-to-wear
goods at
Sumter Fire Chief Dies.
fBv Associated Press.)
SUMPTKR. S. C, Feb. 23.?W. S.
Graham, chief of tho Are department*
who was injured yesterday by tho
collapsing of the walls in tho fire
whicty destroyed Beck Brother's
building, died today.
Sec M.
Furnished houses for rent,
The Baltimore, Merchant Taller.
We make you u cult for the
price asked for a "hand-me
down" outfit In most store*.
Our fits are guaranteed,
Cor. Queen eV Court Sta.,

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