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Hampton Business Men Favor 8
25 Gent Hound Trip Fare to Exposition. WOULD MEAN MUCH TQ THIS TOWN Association Adopted Resolution Com? mending the Town Council for Its Action Relative to the Streets? Will Cooperate In all Movements With Council In the Future. At the meeting of fho Hampton Merchants' Association last night stops won- taken looking to reducing tho furo botW< Ml llaniptou and the Jamestown lOxposition grounds. The various fi rry linos uro now charging 2fi cents tor bitb way or 411 cints for Ihn round trip and the merchant:; arc of the opinion that tho cost, of transportation is doing much to keen ncoplo from stopping on this side of llaniptou Roads. A resolution whs nd?jila'tl Instruct lng tlio Beercliiry to communicate with the owners of the various lor? ry steamers and rennest them to make the Kxposlllou rate SSfi cents for the round trip. It is thought with the excursion rates in vogue by .the steamer Hues (he ai tract Ions In Hampton will draw large crowds or Exposition visitors ami that the larger the attendance the more luonc wlll be made by the transportation lines. Want Liccnr.c Abolished. Messrs. ltoherl Marcus, ('. If, ltur ges, T. Hi Wilson and J. W. Rowe wore constituted a committee to ap? pear be fort the llamnitiu town conn ell und reiptesl thai body to resehur Its action In placing u license tnx upon families taking in hoarders all * lng the Exposition. Compliments the Council. Tho association also adopted the following resolution compliment lug tho council in the action taken Thursday night looking to having the ?ttorts put hack in their former condition: "The Hampton Merchants' Associa? tion, believing that every Improve? ment means much to tbo success m Hampton', desires to place Itself on record its heartily endorsing the ac? tion of the Hampton town council in compelling the gas company to re? pair the horrible condition or tr.o Bl reels. "The association would nlso re? spectfully call tho attention of the council to the dirlv condition of the streets. The places iu very bad con? dition aro as follows: King street, from Lincoln to Queen; Court street, from freight house to Queen Queen from Wine to Hamilton bridge. We would earnestly request tho council to hnyo tlie street.; kepi elo'nn and tit HO have lliein freiiueullv sprlukld during the time of the Kx posit ion. 'The association takes this means of informing the town edilncll that this association is always -ady to cooperate with the noiitloll In furllu r ing any movement for the betterment of the town." Tlie association disposed of much business of In lores! only to the mer? chants and then adjourned. Falrc Alarm Turned In. The ullirin of flro turned In last night at 10:20 o'clock proved to be n "false alarm." It was reported For Real Snappy OXFORDS FOR GENTLEMEN come to us. We can fli you und give yon the very best foot? wear made for gentlemen. and other celebrated makes $3.50 to $5.00 ALL HIE NEWEST THINGS in Bulls for gentlemen. In nob? by greys, blues and blacks. $10.00 to $25.00. Frankel & Elsenman Complete Outfitters, 3g WEST QUEEN STREET. "Hampton'* Beit Store." Golden Brown Tho how color, bo much ad? vertised and so innen In vogue in fashion centers/, now ready in Low Shoes Pumps, one eyelet, Sailor Ties; HuUon Oxfords and QQ Cf\ I'.luehur:;.v>0 ? viU Olbso'n Ties, Oxfords and low Bluchers, ?t .. .... .. $2.50 Stockings lo match of all kinds; full sup? ply hero?(a shortage every? where else)?from ifie Lace Lisle to the $2.00 Silk ones. Leather Belts of I lie same shade as the shoes, from BCc up. Dial a lire was hurnliig in Chiles' stahlen and (ho alarm was hurriedly given The error was detected m Unto to save the department from turning out. although the Dromon were out in numbers and Iho engine and hove wagons wore preparing to leave, (lio engine house when the er? ror was delected. PERSONAL NOTES. Ths Ccming and Going of the People You Know. Mrs. Andrew Ilaeolhv st, or Chi? cago, Is the tuest Of hoi' brother, Mr. .lohn It. KlinWjj*rut Old Point. MIbs ricrtha George, off Sykes vlllo. Md.. is ok peeled to roaeli Hamp? ton today .?iud\jvjJJ--rfsit Mrs. Arthur s. Sogar, Jr., in Mnllory avenue. Mrs. Carroll Gnrnett, who has been ylsltlng her parents in Bath county. Will return lo her home In Newport News avenue tonight. Miss Virginia Nottingham, ol Cape Chnrlcsi is expected Ip eoino to Hamil? ton today to vbilf her cousins, the .Missen KutuV-TVutl Mary Whiting, in east Queen street. Miss Catherine Jennings, of Cul pope-'r county, Is expected here today to become a member of the liouss party In the Richardson Cottage at Uuckroo I teach. Capl. and Mrs. ,T. W. Liber hovb re? turned from ii two weeks' visit in Philadelphia and Now York. Mrs. .lohn Rainer yesterday rect lv cd n telegram announcing tho lllnona of her aunt, Mrs. Knien, in BallIlilOl'0. Mrs. Maines left Immediately Tor Bal tintoro. Miss Harvey Is very 111 In the homo of hep siKler. Mrs. Joseph. Johnson, In Chapel street. In 2007. "Yes, phi writing an historical nov ol. The scene is laid in New York in UI07." "Wb.ii are you going to rail it?" " 'When Knighthood Went to Seed." "?Louisville Courier-Journal. Suit for Divorce. In iho Circuit Court yesterday Mux 8, Street Instituted still for mi abso? lute divorce from his wife, Fannie Street. >HOEB HANDSOME JEWEL FOR WORTHY PRESIDENT HUNT Hampton Aerie of Eagles Honors One of Its Most Energetic Members. Mr. I). O. Hunt, tho past worthy president of Hampton Aerie of Ka? ulen, was presented with a handsome Eagle's jewel ami wateli chain by tbc inotnl.'.-rs of the Aerie last night. The gift, which was very handsome, came as a great surprise to Mr. Hunt. Mayor Thornton P. Jones made the presentation speech, and Mr. Hunt re? ceived It with well chosqn words. Tho jewel Is n diamond studded affair and hears tlie Inscription: "Pre? sented to our Past Worthy President, 13. O. Hunt, of Hampton Aerie of Ea? gles, No. 671." Tlie Eagles also hold "open bouse" and tho evening proved most enjoy? able to the large number of "birds" In attendance. SYMS EATON ACADEMY'S HONOR ROLL FOR APRIL Namen of the Pupils Whose Gooa Work Meritted Special Mention In the Fourth Month. Helow will he found the names of I ho pupils In the Syma-Eaton Ao.no ohiy, whoso good work won for them positions on tho roll of honor for the month of April: First tirade?Earl Andrews, Hoat rlco Maker, Ella Hells, Hilda Davis, Whitley Diggs, Henry liar,nun. Second Grade?Carrie Collier, Gary Collier, Unity Higgs, llosonn Gold, Harrj Kimberly, Evelyn Scott, Itnoy Walker, Kathryn Wnrthon. Third Grade - Haara Harden, Mol* lie Epstein, Julia Ford, Elizabeth (ialwood, Mary Hall, nessle Hill. Virginia Hiliinah, Elisabeth Hlllman, Elizabeth Juukcu. Elizabeth Lake, Mary Sims, Ahlde Williams. Fourth tirade?Hiter Rlankonshlp, Daisy Iturgo, Mary Gatewood, Rebec? ca Goldman, llraxton Hastings. Hos slo Johnson, inoy Johnson, Ellis Pat? rick. Marjorio Pulley, Margaret Sims. Harry Sngor, Markarct. Wan hen. Fifth Grade?Zehn Crone, Margaret Collier, Elizabeth Hudglnp, Katlior iiio Harney, Kuth Howard, Mary Jones, Willie Kcnton. Sixth Grade?Alvln Massenburg, Haunnh Kantrowii/,, Adelaldo Storm, Carrie Wood. Seventh Grade?bland Hiidgins, Julia Kcnton. An Entertaining Program. An especially entertaining program has been arranged for Hie first show at the Pythian Caste) theatre Monday evening. In addition lo a BCrtes of excellent moving picture! scenes, there will bo Illustrated .songs, rtung by Miss Hello Klasky. Way of the World. I Politeness? Hefore you send in your : report of this Interview I want to I see it. Reporter?Impossible! I sent It in half an hour before I interviewed von! Life. I im PcrCcnt Pure Paint Is tho American Standard of Excel? lence. The question arises, WHY? Hecauso It carries analysis and guar? antee on every can, telling plainly what you are getting for your money. It is needless to say this would not appear UNLESS IT WERE PURE AND THE VERY BEST PAINT THAT MONEY AND DRAINS CAN PRO? DUCE, For sale by Ransone Hardware Co, Pythian Castle Tt.eatre, Queen St., Hampton. ?Sc THE GREATEST SPECTACULAR MOVING PICTURE DISPLAY IN THE STATE. ADMISSION: 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5l jc 5c 5c 5c Oc 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c Entire change of program Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday:-., o., Mon lay liexl and Friday, May 7th, Miss Belle Klasky, with her sweet voice, will sing to our illustrated !lote:s. W? will have the very hit csl scenes and pictures lo delight, Interest, and ainibfo holh l.hc grown and the little folks. He sure and bring tho children. You will give them the. treat of their Uvea. Our show lo them will he an education in itself. t ontlhdous performances, commencing daily at :; lo i; p. m.; 7:30 to 10:30 p. in: II makes no difference at What hour during the. above time you enter, you will witness the entire performance. We Cater to White People Only 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5; 53 5c 5c 5s 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c C-3-3t Assignee's Sale. I HAVE FOR SALE CHEAP Completely equipped Butcher shop, fino Ice box; next to Augusta hotel, Hampton, Va. Rent $20. P. S. COLLIER, Assignee c-3-:n. WANTED. WANTED?YOUNG MAN AS AD verllshig solicitor. Address XXX. Box 33C, Hamilton, Va. 5-2-3L 5-2-3t. FOR SALE. FOR SALE?LOT OF HAY, GRAIN and food stuffs, damaged in our re-j cent. fire. Good for horses, hogs ] and fowls. Will sell cheap. MOORE | & PHILLIPS, Armistcad avenue. 0-1-11. FOR SALE?GOOD WORK HORSE Will sell cheap. R. E. GATEWOOD. Phoebus, Vu. ? 5-2-;it FOR SALE?ABOUT 20 NICKEL-IN the-Slot Machines. A great bar? gain. Address Box -i, Phoebus, Va. | G-2-3t. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice ? Is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing be? tween W. T. Phillips and W. H. Tig nor doing a wood, coai and food I|U8 1u088 in West Queen street, under the firm name of Phillips & Tignor, lias (his day been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. W. T. Phillips will continue the business at the present stand and | all hills owing the firm will bo pay? able to him, while those holding claims against the firm will present theni to him for settlement in the proper manner. W. T. PHILLIPS, W. H. TIG NOR. Hampton, Va.. April 30, 11107. 5-1-11 MKS. II. M. BELli, lino MARSHALL street, Hamilton, Va., board and lodging. 5-2-2IHO. Wines and Liquors I belong to the lout tribe that stray- ] ed away from Dublin before Mobos | tailed on the Red Sea. I'm a price j cutter. I'm a money-maker; I'm the ! one that sells all straight Whiskies retail at wholesale prices. The fol? lowing high grade 10c Whiskies 1 sell for Be. a drink: Paul Jones. Pure Ryo, Sherwood Rye Whiskey. Carroll Springs, pure Maryland Rye Whlskoy, Ovorhold Rye whiskey, Parkwood Ry* Whiskey. All of the above nam<:ri Whiskies are strictly high <rado. watcL ray ?riet* If you dare, heat me If you can. Whiskey In bulk at following price* Old Nlok Pure Rye, 1-2 pt, 25 c; ? gallon.$4.00 Loonard's Favorite, 1-2 jt., 20c; gallon . t.00 Hunter's Baltlmor > Rye, 1-2 pt., 25c; gallon .4.00 Maryland Club, 1-j pt., 25c gal lDn .4.00 Paul Joiios P .e Rye, 1-2 pt.. 20c; gallo? . 2.75 Star A. Rye, gallon . 2.00 Moss Rose, gallon . 2.W) I.arkwood Pure Rayo, gallon .. 2.00 Jefferson Pure Rye, gallon. 1.75 Kentucky Bourbon, gallon . 1.^0 Double Stamp Old. gallon . 2.00 Tho following brands of Califor? nia W'.nes, Port, 3hcrry, Catawba Claret. Blackberry at 25c per qt.. per gallon, 75c Pride of Nortb Car? olina, 4 years old, gallon. 2.00 Kummolll, per gallon . 2.00 Carroll Springs, gallon . 2.50 "CXXXBaker Rye. gallon .2.50 N. LEONARD'S Barrel and Bottle House, 16 AND 13 MELLEN ST., Phoebus, Va. ? Phone 280. I Have Opened My Wholesale and Retail Fish Packing & Ship? ping House at the Phoebus Coal & Ice Co's. wharf. <> Can fill orders for all kinds of fish. Call and see me. j. E. FOSTER. in Clothing Can be found in Hamston than the fine stock of rsady-to-wur goods at 9 Tha Baltlmor* Merchant Tailor. We make yon a suit for the prlca asked for a "hand-me down" outfit in most stores. Our fits are guaranteed. Cor. Outtn A Court 6t*., HAMPTON ? ? ? yiRGINIA. Exposition Visitors Always Welcome. Educator The above name stamped on Uin solo of a child's shoe always ap? peals to a mother who prefers good comfortable and servlcnblo shoes for her child. EDUCATORS rI*o tho necessary support to tho Instep and heel without the slightest cramping of thn toes. Made In nil leathers? both shoes and oxfords, priced according to size. $1.50? to $2.50 the Pair. Department Store, Hampton, Virginia. ?oTfonnrtronnr^^ a To-oTmmmroirtro^^ Ready to Wear Department I Second! Floor 1 Black ?rillmntinc Suits. ChifFon Panama Skirls.. Voile Skirts. White Skirts. Shirt Waists. .$10. .$7. $4.00 to $9. $1.50 to $3. . ...50c to $4. 8 & lO West Queen St. Hampton, Virginia '?jUUUL9JUULflJ^ BQBOQOoQpp.potiiioowpo mj o o o p p J Screen Doors Screen Windows You will need them in a few days and there Is no place lu Hamp? ton where you find a better assortment than at } Kirsner's New Bee Hive Store Come In nnd tell us what you want In this Hue. I. KIRSNER Proprietor 1S-20 \VJ3fal' QEEN STREET, HAMPTON, VA. HENRY L. SCHMELi President, FRANK W. DARLINQ, Vice Pr?sident. HAMPTON. VIRGINIA. 18 THE OLDEST AND LARGEST IN EITHER HAMPTON OR NEWPORT NEWS. CAPITAL,.$100,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $125,000.00 DEPOSIT8 OVER ONE MILI ION DOLLARS. The only designated Depository In t Stats of Virginia In Eastern Virginia. We make loans on H?al Estate?NOT PRO? HIBITED?as are the National Banks. FOUR PER CENT. INTERE8T PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS. NELSON S. GROO/HE. Cashier ?nmMHMnnnnwi GE?? W. PHILLIPS, Real Estate, Rent,Is, Fire insurance, Auctioneer & Notary Public, 9 & 11 N. KING ST. HAMPTON, VA. FOR RENT?FURNISHED. Victoria avenue, near water and car line, 10 rooms, modern con? veniences; host location, per month, $125.00 Soitth King street, ono block from either car lino or ferry, 10 rooms, bath and modern conveniences. Per month, $125.00. Corner Elm and Marshall streets, 10 roohta and bath, cellar and modern conveniences. Per month, $125.00. B. Mallory avenue, on car lino, 0 rooms, bath and two nttlo looms; modern conveniences. Per month, $75.00. Newport News avenue, 12 rooms, bath, pantry and modorn con? veniences; half block from tho car line. Per month, $M0.00. Chapel street, C rooms and large lot. Per month, $10.00. FOR RENT?UNFURNISHED. Store room, Armistead avenue. $10.00 fi-rooni dwelling. Poplar avenue, Phoebus .. $ 000 Groom dwelling, interview . $ 8.00 4-room dwelling, Rlvcrview . $ 4.00 FOR SALE. A seven-room house nnd two large lots on Holt street for $1,600.00; terms can ho arranged. Two cottages and lots In tho West End, Hampton, with rental value of $HU)0 per month Tor $1.000.00. A twelve room dwelling and largo premises in East End, Hamp? ton, for $5,000.00. Terms easy.