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Daily press. [volume] (Newport News, Va.) 1896-current, July 07, 1907, Image 9

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HAMPTON, PHOEBUS AND OLD POINT -Conti
ION SAL,
?of the
HOUSEHOLD
and
of
rs. Harrison Phoe
WEDNESDAY, JULY 10th
BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M.
I
N order to close up the estate of Mrs. Phoebus, the Executors have determined to dispose of all the H?
hold Furniture, Live stock, Farming Implements and other personal effects now at Roseland. As is well k
the Furniture in the Phoebus home i^, of a very superior grade, including some of the rarest and richest pie
bric=a=brac, pictures, Oil paintings, wardrobes, dressers, Br?ssel carpets, rugs, and, in fact, every article fou
thoroughly modern American home. This sale will offer an exceptional chance to the Peninsula people to pu
high class household goods at auction. i
The farming implements are of the latest make, and farmers and truckers cannot afford to miss the
tunity offered them in this sale.
The live stock consists of 2 first-class coach horses. The fine family carriages, set of fine carjl
ness and wagons, owned by Mrs. Phoebus, will be difposed oi also*
J. V. BICKFORD, Auctioneer. TEOIWC? C<*oh Q- K. VANDERSL1CE,
M. O. LACKEY, Crier.
S. S. PHOEBUS,
EIGHT MORE MASTER
GUNNERS AT FORT MONROE
Corporal MorJ C. Leonard, Seventy
seventh company,:
Names of the Artillerymen Who Pass?
ed Successful Examinations ?
; tj^ Announced.
Announcement has [been made; nt
Fort Monroe of the candidates, who.
successfully pusseiKtiie examination
in the Master1 QunnoVs' Softool and
have been given the medal or uinstci
gunner'.
The names of. the auects?ful artil?
lerymen follow:
Sergeant Paul R. Nelson, Ninety*
fourtli company.
Sergeant Alfred K.. Smith. Thirty
first company;
Private Otto Marshall, One H??p
tlretlth and Fifteenth company.
Prjynto Ralph 13. Jones,' Twenty
ninth company.
Private Max H. .vVutnor, Forty-fifth
company. Jt
Private Hugo A. ver?belt. Seven?
tieth company.
Private C?rl M. Taute, One . Um?
dredth and Tenth company.
DEPUTY MARSHAL WELLS
CLAIMS CHICAGO BRIDE'
Government Officer and Miss Edith
Mary Statinen Secured Marriage
^ License in Hampton, gj
Mr. Albert Wad.- \V^lls. Deputy
Tailed siatcs marshal of'the ljastefn
Pl^trlc) "f Virginia,jftild. Mis.-; Fdllli
?Mary Stande? of ChfcVgo, came to
Hamilton, yesterday morning and soJ
' cured.a llcdnstl to marry from Clqytt
of the Courts Hnrn H. Holt, Mr.
Wills lift the clerk's offices savin
that the wedding would lake place'In
Phoebus.
M ?-. -.Wellh Is n deputy In the United
Statcs'-Tnarslinl'H office In Norfolk. He
anil his bride formerly resided in
Ohio, although at this time Miss Statt/,
deiij who is the daughter of Mr. and)
Mrs. Thomas Standen, lives in CltT
c'ngo .'She is a Canadian by birth.
Mi. ; Standen has been visiting in
Norfolk. '4
PERSONAL NOTES. '
The Coming nod Going of the People
You Know.
Mrs. H. M. Woods and M1s.; LuctjoJ
Wood a i< ft Old Point yt'sterdny toy*
.. stay of K'.vital weeks ii Cdptbitj
and otaer.' points in Mns?ftchuseujftj
Miss Woods will visit in Pip't [All.
drews and other places'^
Miss Rena Cosby, in Victoria av<:
um-, has as her guest,*. MiMj f olhr
Gentry"" in fticnniortd,
Miss Lida Tall has returned to Rai
Union- lifter a v-isil to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry <!. Porker, at "Sunset Villa."
1 luck roe .natch. *.
Mr. Howard* Holtzclnw, who has
been visitiiii;''*hi:; parents. Mr. unit
Mrs. C. T. rfoltz'claw, In Kast Hauiji
(on, has returned to New York elty.
?* " v - Ij
Miss Dohna IJurijunks, after a visit
to Miss Laura Mitchell, in Carey
streut has returned to her lionie in
Wilmington'') N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. David Sheltoa'jjjf'find
Mast.-r lieber Hholton, uf DMjdsrin,
\'a.. au> l)]e ?liest.-, of Mr. and ,.\lis,
R. A. ChaOTler. in Elm street.
No. L4$ll drew die box'of cigars at
HULLS CUT liATE DUHC STORK
last ni'cli:. It.
Sho Saw the Joke.
"My mother Is a dear ?.Ul lady," said
the professional jokostuith, "hut she
ha-uAo more sense of bliuior than an
KK.vTrHinn mummy. Tin; other day we
were l)IScuss|llg a friend of the family,
a certain Mr. Joblots, we will say, who
keeps a Look unit stationery store. I
remarked to her that Mr. .Ipblots seem?
ed to bp gelling along very well In
spile of the fact that Go'keeps ^lalion
ery. 'Why shouldn't %p? sho demand?
ed. I repeated my. jocular remark with
cnjittus'a gad ffeofi great pains to ex?
plain to her ilie play on words. When
?iw- Uh: point, which she eventual
a, -.die Wiortk all -??.jceiiu,. ., howl of
nil rcv'tjMed :ue T?W^ui:l-^i'j;,.
W. H. TIStiOR
Hampton's Best Notion
Store.
SPECIALS
For Monday's Sale.
Class Berry H< Ib, consisting
6t ti saucers and l bowl, boI
21c.
(W?rth Double).
Pine quality class Water
Pitchers, in pretty* patterns,
19c.
(Worth 3f?d).
4-Qunrt EJnaiuol Sauce Pan;
10c.
Large Size Enamel. Frying
Pans,
10c.
Large Size, Don bio Coated
Enamel Ham liqilerfl with tops,
98c:
(Worth $1.51).)
Cor. Queen and Wlno st?.
Hampton Va., Phone 2C1
MR.. E. N. RATHDUN UtAD,
Former Hamptoninn Passes Away In
j Stockbridge. Mass,
Nows'i lias been received in Hamp?
ton of the ijcnth of Mr. IC. X. Rath
l)un, which occurred at Iiis home Iii
StoeljU*,!- .-. Ma.- ? . Oil la I W. dllOH
dajflVnlttK. yMrs. .1. M. Haiius, ol
with her falber whi
Squirre^i
The Oirtly,
Save
h
v>
By tal
"Squir
you in*
ernmem
itorium.
TICKETS*
Leaves foi
evei
First boat1
Lftst.boat \\
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