Made Corn Pone
Corn pone old fashion' d ami ?l>l'<*
tIcing, was introduced in th.' House
restaurant by Kepresen'a'ue Loni
?as f\* Livingston, ot mgia. ami it
soon become a populai ami lashiona
'-?Je "staff of life" for main ?Im knew
not Iff splendid ami palatable .piall
ties, says a Washington patch.
Colonel Livingston sa\s that whon|
he first came '<> Congress he felt that I
- a*> would go mad by being forced te
eat bakers' bread, which he terms
"moonshine stuff " He had been rais?
ed on big. fat buttermilk biscuits and |
genuine com pone, and it was
small undertaking for him to get his]
Inner man even on speaking acquaint
?nee with the loaf bread and soggy
Corn bread served here The colonel
ransacked hotels, hoarding houses and
restaurants with the hope of finding
corn bread to his liking, but his
Wearch was fruitless; he could not be
? atlstled nothing was found which I
tasted like the good old Oeorgla|
"Why. the stuff I get." said Colonel]
Livingston, "was not as gtsHl as tie
bread we feed our hounds down home
I was watery, soggy, close and liad|
HO taste like genuine corn bread
was a delusion and ? snare I stood I
doing without corn bread ju?l as |ong|
as I COUld. ?1iel then decided to haVI
It at any e^sl I am an artist when|
It cornea to cooking coin bread, sir.
and I went to the proprietor of the
house restaurant poor fellow, he'sl
now dead. I told him I was goinc lot
send to Georgia for some water
ground com meal (the onlv kind |
that's fit to ? si i ami thai with his
permission I would teach his chef how
to cook a 'pone' so that a decent man]
could eat it
"The offer wa; arreed to. and it
was net many days H-fore an express
wagon dumped a sack of meal off for]
me. I gated on that sack like it was
a long lost friend, untied the string]
and took a whiff, and. great, suffer
ing Lazarus, but it did smell good! It
seemed thai I
Could Inden to the water mill
Through the livelong day.
While the clicking ef Hie old wheels
Wore the weary hours away.
Baked the First Lot.
"I went te the kitchen, threw mv
coat off. donned an apron, rolled up|
my sleeves, washed my hands touri
Southern COpks always do this) and
nnRUE watch finc
p X ness is a matter of
workmanship and ma?
terial?not of price, or of jewels,
or of a gold case,
i The fineness of the Howard
watch is the fineness of intelligent
design, of workmanship with n
conscience behind it, of exquisite
Erery Howard is adjusted in
its east, to heat, cold, vibration,
change of position.
Tbr pnet U fwti fcv ihr prmtrt Ockft
SI the factory?Sic.oo to Irto oo
' |ki"w*r" ?ob buy a Ho*??? f?
4wlribi.t0M (or tail
THE LEADING jewelers.
2704 Washington Avenue.
m m mm* w?a>i>^?iJr,.g.M w loi-ij-ij-ij- - - -
then I began a war dune?- among the
cooking utensllb. It wann t long he
fore my 'pone* was ready for the
oven. It seemed that I wax so ?!?? ?
lierately anxious to get my molars on
the bread that I could scarcely take
time to show the cook how to go
about the work.* However, the 'pone'
was soon ready and I Invited several
of my friends to partake with me
Well, it waa the most enjoyable meal
I had ever eaten In Washlnten.
"After the chef bad mastered the
art of making corn pone I would fre?
quently Invite some of m.v Northern
friends to take dinner with tue. and
my pones grew rapidly In popular fs
vor. Many who had never before
tasted the sweet and palstablc bread
declared It the best Ihey had ever
eaten, lip to that lime Ihey bad only
known the soggy stuff made tinm
steam ground meal, and Bteam ground
meal Is about as great as that of a
Smlthfield ham and a ram-Id piece of
bacon. Of course one must know how
o rook the pone, no matter what kind
f meal la used. Why. sir. It should
?>e made a crime to put sugar in anv
kind of corn bread except the old
fashioned egg bread. The only corn
meal nt to eat Is that ground on a
slow running water mill from corn
that has been well cured ami the faul?
ty grains taken out.
"Corn Is the homespun kIiir, and
there is not a cereal deserving more
from the American people. The food
made from tho corn meal Is the heal
and hoaltfilest bread for people to eat
?nutritious, easy of digestion anil pal?
atable, I know there are few fami?
lies, outside of the BotitWrn states,
who habitually use corn meal, and yet
no one who has ever seen and tasted
the many delicious dishes that can be
made of corn meal will ever sneer at
it. It has the right of way of all
hreadstuffa. The famous corn pone
and hoe cake of the South will never
he put on the top shelf for any other
breads by the people who know and
appreciate them; they will hold first
place a.* long as time lasts and Indian
corn is grown.
"Good Corn a Civdizer."
"Demeter, crowned with golden ears
of corn, was, the great goddess of the
ilreeks, whom they celebrated In aw
ful mysteries as the giver of law and
virtue. Even Peru had its legends of
similar Imports, and the Christians
< f our day yet hope for the lime when
swords will be broken Into plough
shares . I
"Good corn bread Is a rivllirer; It
makes the working body and tie
thinking mind: It fills the soul with
proud energy; It not only maintains
but makes men; It does net cause the
loss of teeth, debility and Insanity:
It satisfies the cravings and pleases
the whole inner man; it gives our
laborers a superiority over the slower
son of Erin, whose chief article of
food is the potato.
"The corn pone and hoe rake Is a
brain producer and strength giver;
but It Is neofssary to thoroughly cook
the meal to produce these results The
crust should be brown and crisp and
the inner soft and white There Is
nothing better if you have nice, fresh
butttr to eat with it. There are any
numb ?r of delicious dishes w hich can
be made from corn meal, litt when
you begin to mix sugir and other
b we eta with It yon spoil the natural
sweetness. To sweeten grv d water
ground m?"al Is like a young and pret
ty girl spoiling h.'r rosy cheeks with
paint and powder?the natural sweet
ness is marred.
"I am now and always a friend to
Indian com?the sweetest and best
brcadstuffs ever produced, and I take
off my hat to the dear old grist mills
of the South "
The Proof Positive.
Seaver ?My neighbor. Hamilton. I?
of the opinion that confidence has
Weaver?Thought you didn't speak
8eaver--l don't, hut 1 notice he
doesn't rift his coal ashes anv more
I Little Willie What is a state of
I insurrection, pa'
I Pn?Kentucky, mv son.? Chicago
KEKP TOUR EYK ON THIS TREMENDOUS TREAT
Rai v Miller *? Russell-*?
"THE LUNATIC AMD THE GIRL"
WRi thf.r own special WkWkWTJ
The emall? ' ?? am in T??q>rt11<
VOCHUSTS, MUCUS 6- CMBKT SOtOIStt
3BIG FEATURE Fl MS 7
MOVING PICTURES.. ?-?
GUARANTEED TO PE THE nNfWT EVER WIOWW
LATEST ILLUSTRATED SONG*
TH? cooteat place m thai city. '
VhMt ??? BSS1 -""I !>? ?
The above fell ?rM! p'ease yeaj?or yoaw waowey will he rm.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
a wars ihr. oatoirerv
Demand for Favorable Leghlallon
lot Heeded fay This Congress.
LEADERS DISLIKE SPEAKER CHHI
Now They are Making All Sorts of
Threats Against "Uncle Joe" and
Other Congressmen Who Stood in
WASHINGTON, 1). C. May
Organized lahor has had its troubles
during the present session of Con?
Notwithstanding tue vigorous ef?
forts made l*y the leaders of lahor
to secure the enactment of legisla?
tion by the Congress, practically very
little has been accomplished. Sam?
uel (lumpers, president of l he Amer
lean Federation of Labor, and other
lni|Hirlant leaders of organized lahor,
have appeared before the committees
of Congress and thundered their
views and their demands; hut they
have had little more effect than the
pouring of water on a duck's hack.
Now. the labor leaders are making
all sorts of threats. Having practi?
cally abandoned hope of getting such
legislation as they want through this
Congress, oven at the next session,
they propose to make all the trouble
they can for the members who have
stood in their way. They particularly
dislike Speaker Cannon. They regard
him as opposed to most of the bills
they desire to have enacted an,| they
see no prospect that he will let down
the bars In the House to such propos?
ed legislation. They have tried in
times gone by to defeat the speaker
in his own district, but have not been
successful. Naturally, in the circum?
stances, he does not feel especially
friendly towards them. So far as bin
own district is concerned, he is per
feetly willing to take his chances in
a contest with President (lompers and
his labor followers, satisfied that the
people will do both him apd them
Justice at the polls.
Another man the tabor leaders
have marked for political slaughter, if
possible. Is Representative Jenkins,
of Wisconsin. Judge Jenkins Is the
chairman of the House Judiciary com?
mittee, and has stood firmly aeainstl
certain legislation whicJh the laLnr
people have demanded. Let It be un?
derstood that he has taken his stand
on principle and not because of per
sonal feeling or personal dislike of
the lahor leaders. He simply Is op
posed to the sort of legislation urged
by organized labor.
Substantially the only measures
strongly demanded by the labor
leaders which have been passed at
this session of Congress is the cm
plovers' liability law and the child
labor law for the District of Colum?
bia. Nothing has been Mono with
the antl injunction legislation and
nothing with the proposed amend
ment to the Sherman antitrust act
A good manv measures relating to the
operation of, railroads, in which the
labor people are Interested, also have
been put aside. Notwithstanding the
facts that the President himself vig?
orously urged the-enaetment of some
of this legislation, no action on it
couM lie obtained.
President Gompers believes thaf|
the labor forces of the country now
are better organized than ever be?
fore, and he. with other leaders, pro?
pose to carry their cause to the polls
Throughout the country. In congres
stonal districts, where they have a
lighting chance to win. tbey are mak
ing content? against men who are op
posed to them and for men who will
do what tbey want done. j
Frankly, they have little or no hope
of defeating Speaker Cannon, hut
they are fighting him. nevtrtheleas.
They do hope, however, that they
may he able to bring influence enough
to bear upon the next Hearse of Rep
rescntative* to defeat him for the
speakershlp. In this effort It is
known they will have the assistance
of some Republican* who probably
will he members of the House; hut
generally It is believed that the effort
will go the way of some others they
have made. It is even now reasons
My cfrtain lhat Cannon will succeed
himself as speaker, unless something
extraordinary should happen. Through
Hie efforts of organ!red lahor. how
erer. some new face5 mav appear In
the next Ceaurress. I>n? a snceewsor to
" Tncle Joe" Cannon will scarcely be
among I bem
W W PRICE ?
The Cdtteriat Version.
There cannot he much satisfaction
la "goin* aronr.d and licktb' the
editor" when the latter not only
makes copy- ont of the encounter hot
ptctn; -a himself as the hero as well
The following vivid pen p4?'ure I*
taken from the editorial roluroa of
an Iowa Journal
Therr ?as a hlon Some*rod\ Ml.
We got np Turning upon our in
tagoniM. ne snccwded In winding
ht? arum aroond our waist, and hy <
<r*Ock man -over threw him on top of
na. bringing owr hock .at the name
time ra cnutun with the nolwi hed of
the pcta! Ing - preos. Then. Inserilng
onr none hntweon Ma teeth and
rlrrerry esrtangllng hm hands In onr
hair we had Mm' -Evertbody a
(Catcher- Dtd ?bat fana*r u>*
Rorhee?Yew. he tasvd-ta* Ssh wowM
' 1 r and ? he ,?ng S aSSgnf ? RBJBJ TO*
MtBRTia GOT SAFELY AWAY.
?t?ry ef an Ingenious Escape from
Governor's I aland.
An arm*/ officer, who was talking
of the escape a few days ago of a
couple of prisoner* from Castle Wil?
liam, told severs) stories of other
attempts, frequently unsuccessful, to
get away from Qovernor'a island
"One of the most Ingenious that I
i remember," he said, "took place a few
yeara ago and succeeded beautifully.
The man who escaped had been a
barber before he entered the army,
and his Job at Castle William was to
ahave and cut the hair of the other
prisoners. H* managed to save
enough of the clippings to make a
false mustache. Then In some way?
It'a hard to tell hnw those things are
eontrtvede-he had a suit of plain
clothes smuggled In to him. Still, he
wasn't in any rash hurry to get away,
but waited till a really good opportuni?
ty occurred. This came to him when
a gang of .plumber* were In the old
fort making repairs. One evening he
tigged himself up In his clothes snd
mustache and, picking up a couple of
plerea of lead pipe and a forgotten
solder pot, he walked leisurely out
with the plumbers when they quit f
work. Right past the guard he went
without being recognized, and. so far
as I ever heard, he was not recaptured.
1 always thought that was a really
clover escape?rather a theatrical one,
BROOM A RELIC OF THE PAST.
Modern Housekeeping Deelsred to
Have No Longer Use for It.
The newest household Invention,
found only rn the buildings most re?
cently erected, is the vseunm cleaning
system, says th? Delineator. The
broom Is almost ready to be relegsted
to the glass csse of a museum and
labeled a tool of ancient household
Industry, for now we are sweeping by
electricity. All the dust and dirt Is
actually pumped out from a house and,
through pipes in the walls, carried to
the fewer. A rubber hose in the room,
adjusted to a connection in the wall,
communicates directly with the pump
In thp bssement. The metal tool with
a narrow groove In the underside, at
the other end of the hose. Is easily
guided by the operator as It passes
over the surface of floors, walls, furni?
ture, clothing or bedding, sucking up
every foreign particle.
There have recently been Invented
portable vacuum machines which may
be operated at an expense of two rents i
an hoar. The latest one Is just on the j
market at a cost of only $125. I
"Hearing" of "Deaf Mutes." 1
Contrary to the general belief, near?
ly all deaf people, according to a for?
eign scientific magazine, can hear
some sound, but. unlike the normal
ear. the deaf ear hears only very deep
It happens that some of the lower
animals hear only deep sounds; this
Is to be concluded from the fact thst
they do not seem to notice any other.
The spider Is of this elaaa; since It
does not possess hearing organs. It
must get the sound by a process skin
to tooatt. If this be the fact, rould
not deaf mutes develop the power to !
"hear" more than they have heard uq
to tbe present time, aaka the writer
la the above magazine
Death and Tired Laps.
Alpine climbing. long wsiking tours
and similar fatiguing recreations msy
be suitable enough for those who
keep In training all the year round
but are disastrous for those whose
ordinary exercise consists of a short
I hasp often thought that the reason
of the many mountaineering acci?
dents which we read of lies in the in?
ability of tbe murin of the legs to
retain that steadiness and firmness
which rllmMng demands and whteh
sre soon lost In the absence of strenu?
ous practice or la those who have
never followed the sport seriously.?
Oeessptts In Busala.
In Russia pits for rnek fighting sre
unknown, but "goneeplts" som* SO
rears ago were common throughout
that irtichry kingdom The effect of
this ran he seen to-day In the geese
which are indigenous to the country,
the eXrsamss and the Tula varieties
particular It showing to a marked de?
gree the fighting ensraeferistics of
tberr ancestors " The Arnamaa gander
baa a bill whteh t* entirely different
In form from that of the gees* known
rn any other part of the world This
special structure enlbtea the htrd to
take a firm bold oa taw aeck or hack
of tts an'sgneitet.
Scene and CleewtwwTrance.
When a noble act Is don*?per
cbenee In s scene of greet natural
hen sty. when 1-eontdas and hta ton
WsBrtvrs eonswnre now dav la dytag.
sad the sun snd moon sjggpn euch snd
ton? st them nwee In the at?*f> defile
of TTsertnopTlee. whew Arnold win
ktdtied. in 'he high Alps, under the
! shadow of the aralaache. gathers In
Ms sMe a ?h?af of Atsstrlae epners fn
break the fine far hkt covered**, are
aat those h?rnsa eartltled to add the
tvaawty of tk* area* to tbe kiaali at
'be deed' Ralph Wakfo Ptr-rsoa
Cnelly's Awful WHvtatra.
Msrte-- Wswn't R shoe hi net nnowt
Cholfy WnrtSawdToSa' He fell nwt of
hps new atrawip when It got stalled
a half mil* up rn th* arr'
1-tlrv How did ITaottT come tn fall*
M?n?- H* rheneht ts* *M bj Ttts
I irtnsssfcOs aad I snaps a" em* at i<mi
EASTERN DISTRICT OP VIRGINIA.
County of Norfolk, rot.
On fhU 15th day or May. A. D. 191)8,
on reading Iho petition of DAVK J.
HUSKY, Hankrupt. for discharge, It is
ordered by the Court, that a hearing
1" had upon the aame on the 27th day
of May. A. D. 19?>8. before said Court,
at Norfolk, in said district, at 12
o'clock noon; and that notice thereof
he publlulled in The Dally Press, a
newspaper printed iu said district,
and that all known creditors and oilier
persons' In Interest may appear at the
said time and place and show cause,
If any they have, why the prayer of
the said petitioner should not be
And It Is further orderer by the
Court that the Clerk shall send by
mail to all known creditors copies of
said iH'tilion and this order, address?
ed lo them at their places of residence
Witness the Honorable EDMUND
WADDII I,. JH.. Judge of the said
Court, and the seal thereof, at Nor?
folk;, in said district, on the 15th day
of May. A. I?.. IMS. %
Attest: JOSEPH P. BRADY.
Ry W. B WALKER.
5-17-24-21. Deputy Clerk.
EASTERN DISTRICT OP VIRGINIA.
County of Norfolk, ss.
On this 22nd day of May. A. IV.
1908. on reading the petition of Mor?
ris White, Bankrupt, for discharge.
It Is ordered by the Court, that a
hearing be had upon the same on the
.'!rd day of June, A. D. 1908. before
said Court, at Norfolk, in said district,
at 12 o'clock noon; and lhat notice
thereof be published In The Daily
Press, a newspaper printed in said
district, and that ail known creditors
and other persons in interest may ap
pear at the said time and place ami
show cause. If any they have, why
the prayer of the said petitioner
should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the
Court that the Clerk shall send by
mail to all known creditors copies of
said petition and this order, address?
ed to them at their places of resi?
dence ns stated.
Witness the Honorable EDMUND
WADDILL. JR.. Judge of the said
j Court, and the seal thereof, at Nor?
folk, in said district, on the 22nd day
'of May, A. D.. 1!>"R.
Attest: JOSEPH P. BRADY.
By W. B. WALKER.
It. Deputy Clerk
I EASTERN DISTRICT OP VIRCINIA.
i County of Norfolk, ss.
On this. 22nd day of May. A D.
1908. on reading the petition of Wolf
Levy, Bankrupt, for discharge. It Is
ordered by the Court, lhat a hearing
be had upon the same on the .Ird
day of June. A. D. 190S. before said
Court, at Norfolk, in said district, at
12 o'clock noon; and th?t notice there?
of he published in The Daily Press,
a newspaper printed in said district,
and that all known creditors and
other persons in interest may appear
at the said time and place and show
cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of the said petitioner should
not he granted.
And it is further ordered by the
Court that the Clerk shall send by
j mail to all known creditors copies
of said petition and this order, ad
dressed to them at their places of
residence ss stated.
Witness the Honorable EDMUND
WADDII,!.. JR.. Judge of the said
Court, and the seal thereof, at Nor
folk, in said district, on the 22nd dav
of May A. I).. 1908.
Att.st; JOSEPH P. BRADY.
By W B. WALKER.
It. Deputy Clerk.
eSmareOSSS mm* i^a^U^wUwTTSMnw?^0^
MAPGOOD8 (INC.). hVaio ? Broktcs
Tons oasswwweaHa Trat* sug,. no*-, fa.
As surviving Trustee in a certain
d?ed of trust from Lucy II. Bash and
husband to H. W Flournoy and R. M.
latt. Trnsi.es. daierj the pub day of
Hrrrmticr. I (WS and recorded in the
County Court Clerk's Office of War
wick Connty. Virginia, in l>ccd Book
Tfi. at page 73 and 74. default having
been made therein, I he nederatenrd
Will, at the rooyiest of the assignee of
the beneficiary named therein make
sale at poblic auction to the highest
tedder, for cash, on the premises, at
lft o'clock a. m . on Salnrday. the ;otj,
day of Jnne. |<urj, of I * .11 and et. In
Block 241. on Met .can's Map of part
of Newport News, orirlnallv gl- d ?n
Warwick Connty fonrt Clerk's Otic
on September 2tMh. 1**1 and now of
record in the Corporal Ion Conrt
rVrh's Office of Newport News. In
P!ai Book 1 pace S, with ihe build
Ings sad improvement a t her eon.
?_ M IJTTT.
The Best Draught
Beer in the City
Anhewser Bvncfc * Brewing Col
is "on served ?*? nVsuput at the
W#Wshthrt Mews %VhM))
Ave . No. ?4H
You may frequently find a ^
"wanted ad. opportunity" real?
ly worth "looking Into.'*
A few "want ad. walks" about
your neighborhood -or about
the city?may be healthful and
profitable to you.
A few street-ear rides, for
? the longer trips, will prove to 3
' be really wise Investments for
your nickels?and half hours.
Once la a while you may be
"too late," or the thing offered
may not quite appeal to you?
but the same sort of experience
awaits you in all other bus!
The point is: You are prob?
ably taking it for granted that
it will not pay you to answer
want ads. Instead of doing
that, test the matter as fairly
C as you would test any other
And?which is Important?do
not wait until "sometime" to
BEGIN THE EXPERIMENT
WANTED?TO SELL FOR SI.-'""
centrally located property paying
18 p?*r cent. on price. %W)
will buy cottage on Twenty
fifth street, near Oak avenue.
Easv terms, or Heal Estate liar
gains, see VV. T. CHAPIN & CO.. I
2700 Washington avenue. 5-24-3teod
WANTED?TO SELL 23 DOZEN
Screen Doors, $2.00 Doors for $1.50;
$1.75 and $1.50 Doors at % .25; $1.25
Doors for $1.00; $1.00 Doors for 75c.
All fixtures given. Screen Windows
also sold cheap ROSENTtAUM
HARDWARE CO., 2610 Washington
Avenue. ? 22-4L
I WANTED?TO SELL ENTIRE FUR
nishings of sev'en room house. Own?
er leaving* city ist of June. Apply
C. S. A., Daily Press office. 5-24 2t.
I WANTED ? PERSONS DESIRING
pleasant rooms, modern Improve
menta. 'Phone No. 36$ or call 130
Thirty first street.
I WANTED?TO BUT. SELL OR Ex?
change, furniture and stov?*. c. W.
LEWIS. 2602 Huntington avenue.
I for rent?nine room dwell
ing lietween West and Washington
avenues. $25. Brick dwelling. 8
rooms and bath on t:*th street.
$20. 10 room West avenue dwell?
ing. $l(i 14 room brick dwelling
on 2*>tb street. $35. Other desira
ble homes. W. T. CHAPIN ft co..
Real Estate, Rents, insurance.
I FOR RENT?CHEAP. FOR BUMMER
or one year, desirable furnished
house, t'-tween Washington and
West avenues, on 34th street. Ap
ply 112 34th street. It
I FOR RENT ?NICELY FURNISHED
front room, second floor. 116 331 .
street. 5 20tf.
I FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED
flat. Apply 1st floor. Koch Building
3oft0 Washington avenue 4 22-tf
madame stanley. scientific
hsndreader. 3108 West avenue, is
receiving an increasing number "f
callers from Newport News. Hnmp
ton and ?Hd Point All are aston?
ished at her snonlerfge of Palmi.
try. Consultations fr'm 10 to 12
and : to 8 It.
rememrer THE star RESTAC
rant i . serving best meal in city for
2Sc lainrh ISc. Board by werk.
$ ?' A trial will convince n-ha'
We sav 211 Tweeit? seventh street
near Washington avenue .'. c4 'f.
TOP WIM, save MONEY and
Him In gtltng Bed* Bureaus.
Washsiand?. Chair*. Poarch and
Willow Rockers FeathT Pillows
al SOr. <4heet4 at 7*r and t??her
boose fnmi<htngs at hf R HER
MANS. ::4th Street and Hunting
frss Avenue ; : t f
f?RIVER NO I ITS A t;?w?ft ONE
Served from II a m in 2:241 p m
lie DEI .MONT M:NVH fc23tf.
I HOW ABOIT THOSE OiJI BilXB
W* ran eolleet them Guarantee to
collect or no charge GBO C.
RIBAND. Room 1. rvdeasan Rldg.
OLO POM t \ ff in BAOGAGR TRAN?
hf; esa. sa C A O fPstton pbon-o.
P-n. Noa ati asx .in. ^
FOR SALE ? ON 28TH STRKET.
near Jefferson avenue. (Jood dwel?
ling. City water Reduced to f 1,100.
$250 rash, balance long time. Good
location and a snap. SOMMKH
V1LLE TRUST CO.. Inc. 5 24-31.
FOR SALE?CHOICE M>T 50x105 ON
Hie Boulevard at very attractive
price. This may be what you have
waited for. See. W T. CHAPIN &
CO.. Real Estate A Insurance.
CrtR SALE?A NEW TWO HORSE
power engine with complete^ boat
equipment.* Apply to DR. R. LEE
FOR SALE SEVEN ROOM DWELL
ing with bath, on two Southern ex
posure lots near Chestnut avenue.
$1,500. E asy terms. W. T. (TIA
BIN & CO., Real Estate. Insurance.
Isians. 5 24 31.
FOR SALE- ONE OPEN BUGGY.
Leather cushion and hack, In first
class condition. Price $25.00. MIL
LEU & G LEA SON, Huntington Ave.
FOR SALE-A NICE 42 ACRE FARM
In high state of cultivation, near
Newport Newa, $2,000. Also other
desirable farms. NELM6 * COM?
PANY, Inc., Real Estate, Insurance,
I?ans and Rents. 2517 Washington
Avenue. Newport News, Va. 5-16-1 w
ICE CREAM FREEZERS, LAWN
Mowers. Garden Plows, Rubber
Hose. Screens. GOODMAN'S HARD?
WARE Jefferson. Ave. Citizens
FOR SALE?BV CITY COAL AND
Wood Co.. line Wood. V* Cord.
$1.80; Mixed Wood. % Cord, $| 85;
Oak Wood. '4 Cord. $1.90; pood
quality Round MTxcd Wood for
cook stove, % Cord, $1.50. 32d St..
and Virginia Avc. Both 'Phones
430. 53 1m.
LOTS FOR SAI.J5 OR LEASE IN ALL
parts Of the city. Call and get
prices. OLD DOMINION LAND
CO.. Hotel Warwick Building.
IfV. E. ROUSE
Office and Showroom 234-236 25th St.
'Phones 51. Res. 110. -
J. HUGH CAFFEE
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM
balmor. Office 'Phones Bell and
Cits. No. 1. Residence, Bell No. 41.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
United States for the Eastern Dls
trict of Virginia
CLARENCE IL WILDES. Who sues.
THE PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORA?
TION OF VIRGINIA, et als.
To Whom It May Concern:
Take notice, that pursuant to a de
cretal order entered In the above en?
titled cause on tbe 30th.. dav of April,
190g, by the Honorable Edmund Wad
dlll, Jr.. Judge, wherein the undersign?
ed was directed to ascertain and re?
port to the court:
First: An account of the assets of
the defendant corporation, whether
the same be real, personal or mixed.
Including all franchises and privileges
held or controlled by the said corpora?
Second. An account of the approx?
imate value of the assets of the said
defendant corporation including fran?
chises and privilegea owned or con?
trolled by it.
Third. An account of all debts,
claims and demanda of every charac?
ter whatsoever due and nwlng to the
j said corporation with the appro ra"x
imate value of such claims and de?
Fourth. An account of all Hen*
binding upon the assets of the said
corporation If any, their dignities and
priorities, |f any.
Fifth. An account of debts due and
owing by the said corporation of every
kind aad character whatsoever.
Sixth. An account of tue dealings
and transactions and rights and lia?
bilities of the said defendant corpora?
tion with all persons Interested in lb*
design, construction and erection of
Its plant, the maintenance and opera?
tion of Ps bitslners and affairs from
the time of the formation of the said
compary to the time of the taking of
I will at 11 o'clock on Monday.
June 1st.. J90S. at my ofhre rooms 404
and 4o.r, Bank of Hampton Rnlldlng. in
tbe City of Hampton. Virginia, pro?
ceed to cxeeufe the said decretal or?
der and lake said act . 1 ? at which
lime and place .-v|l persons Interested
are notim-d t? be present and make
daw proof of their respective claims
'f for anv reason tbe said Inqalrv and
report shall not he completes; on that
dav. the saute will he adjourned from
day to day or from ttme in time at
th* same pise*, or at sorb other p'-? -
as may he dee wir | advisable, until
y P. IP?t.
WM. C. I. TA14APERRO.
?t to*! Speckel Ma*v*r
STOCK HOL BUERS' MEETINGS.
The aanual meeting of th? rtorn,
holders of the Warwick printing Co
IInc 1 will h* held at th? office of !hj
rompanv. in Twenty fifth street,
N' wpoti News. Va. on Tuesday.
Jus* 9th piag. for the transact tee si
awrb buxlaeas as may properly eu?
before said aveetrng
L F POOH. Sec y.
m$ 1$. INS
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