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J. I. Daniel Chapter, OaugUars
of Ida Confederacy, fill Present Portraits If IF T?ET0?Y DAVIS CENTENNIAL Appropriate Exescises Will be Con? ducted by Confederate Memorial Association in Celebration of One Hundredth Anniversary of Birth of the President of the Confederacy. John W. l aniel Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy, will present plcturi s of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy, and Gen- ral Hub? ert E. Lee, to the public schools of the city. Tuesday morning. June ?. the one hundredth anniversary of President Davis' birth. The pictures will he hung in the halls of the school buildings. Tuesday night the 'Confederate Memorial Association will hold exer cies at the city hall to commemorate the Davis centennial. The Confeder? ate veterans. Sons of Veterans and Daughters of the Confederacy will turn out ih force to attend, and the public generally is invited. An inter? esting ami impressive program has bfen arranged, and brief addresses will be made by well known speakers. After the exercises. cross??s of benor will he deliverer to those who faibd to get them on May '2'.'.. Mr. Nelms Named. Mr. George W'. Nelms, of this city, has been appointed as one of the re|e resentatives of the Virginia Crand Camp. Confed. rate Veterans, to the Grand Camp reunion to be held at Birmingham. Air,., in June. Local Inventor Gets Patent. Mr. C. J. Scheelky, of this city, has secured a patent from Wash? ington for an improvem nt in moulds for concrete building blocks. The inventor claims that his moulds will make a block which can Ih? used to good advantage as veneering for frame or brick work. Mr. Scheelky will organize a company to manufac? ture moulds and blocks. Valued Same As Gold. B. G. Stewart, a merchant of Cedar View, Mis-., says: "I ten my custo? mers when they buy a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold In weight, if afflicted with constipation, malaria or biliousness." Sold under guarantee at All Druggists. 25c. Any boy or girl can enter. Watch out for the announcement. I Buy Clothes tight! Wertheimer rg -? - i. i W-*-' ft COe UlUWIflTlRSFor Fancy and Blue Serge Suits, Straw Hats, Short Underwear mat Lisle Hosiery, Negligee Shirts and Wash Ties. Wertheimer & Co. 26;h SI. and Wash. Art. FOREIGN COAL SHIPMENTS. [Total Value of "Black" Diamond Ex ports $111400 For Menth. During the moiith of May, ending today, the foreign shipments of anal from Newport News totaled 4I.S1S [tons, valued at $111.257. This was the I largest monthly output since January, hut pres. ut indlcatioai are that the -hlpnients for June will exceed this j figure by a big margin. Already nine foreign steamships are chartered for the foreign eon trade her. und it is expected thai they will take nearly Do.nun tons. The folowing table shows the ship? ments, value and destination uf the I coal shipped foreign in May: Country. Tons. Value. I Cuba.... . .18.72? $ 49.609 New Zealand .. .. 6.?62 I5.xn> Panama .4.544 12.042 St. Thomas.4.:?>.1 ll.tUI Mexico.4.352 II.IMIS laniaica.:i.S47 lo.iiti Totals ..41.His $111.^.7 SHIPPING REPORT Saturday, May 30, 1908. Arrived. I Steamer Mora Kolb (tier.) Lerch i auer. New Yoi k?to Berwlnd-Wblte , Coal Company in ballast. ! Steamer Olaf Kyrre (Nor.) Boren? 'sen. New York? to Berwlnd-Wblte ? Coal Company in ballast. Barge*J. B. Walk, r from Norfolk? to Smokeless Fuel Com pan v in bal j last. Karge J. R. King No .21 from Nor ' folk?to Smokeless Fuel Company in ballast. j Barke Carrie ('lark from New York '?to New River Consolidated C>al 1 Company in ballast. Celared. Steam, r Rosefleld (Br.) Wilrox. Vera Cruz?Berwind-White Coal Company. Sailed. Steamers Alleghany (Rr.) Harnden. Norfolk and Liverpool; Rosefild (Hr.) Wllcox, Vera Cruz. Schooner A.ldie M. Lawrence, Ross. Iloston. Calendar for Today. Sun rises.4:40 a. ni. Sun sets.7:19 p. m. High water .. 11:03 a. m. 11:16 p. m. Low water .. 5:<?7 a. m , 5:00 |>. m. Calendar for Monday. Sun rises ..,.4:4C a. m. Sun setR.7:1? p. m. High water .. 11:47 a. m.. 11:55 p. m. Low water .. 5:47 a. m.. 5:42 p. m. QUIET ALONG WATERFRONT Offices Closed in Observance of Dec? eleration Day. National Decoration l>ay was gen? erally observed along the waterfront ' yesterday and there was very little ; activity in shipping c!rcli?s. The Fur aens Withy. United States Shipping Company and Hollanl-Ameriean Line offices were closed the entire day an,I the Chesapeake A Ohio freight office was closed in the aftermwn. There was very little work done on the coal docks, nearly all of the coal men taking a holiday. Most of the coal offices were op?n, however. Coal for Mexico. With 4.352 Ions or coal, valued at , Sil JMS. on lioard, the Rritish steam? ship Ros. Held. Captain Wllcox, sailed from this port yesterday afternoon for Vera Crux. Mexico. Will Load for Colon. The Norwegian steamship Fridjof Nasen will arrive in port this week to load a cargo of coal for C.dou. Panama. THE PORCH BEAUTIFUL. Ti.< now she feels the spirit meve Her in a manner that is mystic. And she is eager to Improve Her chance lo make the porch ar I ist RE. So furniture of quaint d<sign And feeble strength is then select? ed. With rlnmsines.t in every line Conceivable?not one's t..-elected Wh n this is duly crowded in A 'pace of rather scantiih limit, j lni|K-rtaat then, "tls to i?.-cin A color scheme with nancht to dim it. _ i To make things cheery, trim, and *nng. I She usually sets her whims ta A raucoesly larre flowrr.-d me With hsckcround of loud shouting cnms?n. Some eushi**?,-: for the rhair?. she thinks. A corn rast make?yon a* sr it bel? low I When she rhacks in those blue* and pink* And rreeas. with here and there a yefkjw. A hammock of imprr'wslve stripe And randv frinre is added dnly. One of the rmwl arlUtlr tvpe. Although its hues may seem wnrulv Then bahhv s cslt.d to view the group. His r -ee-e. Ivi. r. he wonld learn it Tfe lock*. Then gne* ro the hack e ? eh . f. And rJttint down there mutter* ?Tiom p." N*ws THEATRICAL "Famen. Wills and Ransley" have been booked fiolll the Keith a IM Proc tor vaudeville circuit for the Academy of Music for this week. This <>?<> comes reeoniuieiuli i| as one of tlx best vaudeville teams now making the circuit of the summer emasemesi places. They put on a novelty act which is said to ix> new and prepared especially for thftn. They also put on catch topical sons* and a variety of dances. This is the mont expensive vattdevill.' work vet brought here by tht management of the local theatre. Keith and Proetor are also supply? ing a second vaudeville aci for the week, in .lames Dilka, who comes bill *d as a ' black face eccentric.*" lie will put en a musical comedy act Belli of the* hills will be h< throughout the week, and beginning with Thursday evening witl put on a complete ?hange of bill. For tomorrow evening five sets of motion pictures.will be shown. One of three la a feature film. H Is "The Two Brothers*' and Is said to be es pecially attractive and something en? tirely new in picture making. Other pictures will be "What a Good Wine." "The Count of no Account." "A Slave's Hate" and ''Macbeth.'* New Illustrated songs have been re eeived and will lie sung at each p. r I formance. ? The w< ek just closed was one ofj the I'.'st In the history of the Acn [demy. "The Lunatic and the Olrl" and the Tianlta Midgets playing to I great crowds each evening. With the ? bill which has been provided for thr j patrons of the theatre thij week the| [management expects thst the top . mark of attendance Will be reached. (Friday nicht the receipts will go to I j ward swelling the fund for the local) Young Men's Hebrew Association. FOUR HUNDRED IN CASH. Y. M. H. A. Campaign Goea Steadily | Aheac*?Tuesday to be t~s*th Day. I Over $4?0 in cash has bees ralseu by the Young Men's Hebrew Associa? tion campaign* rs. anil Chairman Harry Reyner says that he is confl , dent that the desired amount. $1, 1000, will be raised before next Fri? day. Tuesday is expected to b- the big day of the campaign. Several large cont:ihutions have been promised for I that date, and It is thought that Wed? nesday will find the total somewhere ! near the $1,000 mark. Several of the. moving picture shows will give benefit performances this week. flip Van Winkle. Rip Van Winkle ret it tied from his long sleep looking fresh as n daisy and made his way to the village bar her shop, not only because he needed a haircut and shav.- but also berattsi be wished to catch up on the news. "Let's see," said he to the barber after he was safely tucked In the chair. "I've been asleep twenly years, haven't I?" "Yep.'* replied the tonsorialist. "Have 1 aliased Tmtch?" "Nope, we isn standin' pat." " lias Congress done anything yet?" "Not a thing."' "Jerome done anything?" "Nop*?." "Platt resignfd?" t "Nop.\" '?Panama Canal built?" "Nope." "Rryan been elected?" "Nop.'." "Carnecie poor?" "Nope."' "Well, say," said Rip. rising up in I he chair, "never mind shaving t he I other side of my far.->. I'm going back to sliep again."?Ellis O. Jones in ""Success Magazine.** FREE DINNERS FOR EVERYBODY Boniface O'Hara Keeps Open House at the imperial. ? lioniliace Bryan O'Hara kept open bouse at the Hotel Imiw-riai yester? day, serving Ire ? jinn rs and lunches to all his trteaja and the public gen? erally. Hundreds called and were bountiful.y st?rv?d by Caterer Jen? nings. The imp' r.al. formerly Jordan's hotel. at Twenty-firth street and Washington avenue, was opem-d yes? terday easier a new name, after t&, ing remodeled and repaired. Held for Investigation. F. 1>. Ferguson and W S. Crimes, the two young men who were arr.-sled Friday after they- had l<e? n caught selling .pKkei knives to stre?-t car passenger a. were ordered held for a b w days by Justice Brown In :h- po lice r? urt yesterday. The knives sold hy tue youngsters Iwar the mark of a Richmond hardware company and the aulboritie? ere making an in tesiigati?n to discover wb-?her or not they were stolen Force to Hab ? There Is e certain Western con rres?m*n whose boundless affahilit) as.d habitual absent mmcb-dn. ?- Its*, r < rcaahinaRv led hie. inn ahn.rd rnis takes, trwe day. daring bis kt<t ram paign. as he stepped from the train at th? station if hU Hume town after an ardttnas >wo wecka of stnmptnr and glad handing." his tittle dmeh ter rushed up to him snd ki?*ed him The c ngr<-s?mas Mini d nprm her With s prood and ?end?-r parental ey.?. WeM. wHi:~ he fxeUlnved. "If H Isn't my IHtb? Alberta'" Th*w be add. d mechanirallv- ' And how is yawr desr oM fa) her*"?"Success Magasiae." Exhibition Aattowe Fumitcre. Jen? M. And Ion ?sie. Jane g. at the Us pi story, Pboetms, Va IL At Ute National! (By the Bay St ?- " m ' *e.. ? m0*mm m SWSSSW I the estimate of ippinjnlallonn required hy th? Natiou.it Home In Its entirety for sei wee for the Hseal year which will begin .lul) ) next, are the frllowiug sums fqr the support of Bad liuprovenieitts in this brauch for that year: Current ex pens, . .$ SO.OOO Subsistence . i.V..mm Household . K2.000 Hospital . 42.0001 Tiaus|M)rtation . 2.o?K| Repair* ..:. 45,0001 I Kami . II .inn) I New power pOllSe . I OS .MM Power house equipment .... 30.000! I Tunnel for steam an.I other pipes . 35.0001 I Two new barrui Ks . 104.000 I One new lioilei an.I appurteu atiees, as lempotary addition I to present power house . . . 5,000 Addition to ninl removal of nurses- cottage . 4.600 I Concrete walks ?.. s.tool Total .t?;t>s.940| These sums are em'jodled In the Stimate above rited, and have pass I ei| Loth bouses of Congress in the! [Sundry Civil Appropriation hill. This! nioucy will become available July 1 I next. i:. shies the a hot ? extra appropritt-l Hons for this long submerged branchj I of the Hone, altoui $430,000 is paid to pensioners annually in four uny-j I ments, namely: December, March. I .lutif urn] September. There are now I on the rolls in the treasurer's office nearly 12,000 who draw pensions rang? ing from $<i to $55 u month, an I of these aiiout SOU are mi leave each' quarterly pay day. A vast quantity of tinfoil is collect? ed here annually |,y thrifty veterans and sohl to florists. Junk dialers and others in the neighboring towns. H reaches here in tobacco packages, and is sob! in this vicinity for two und four cents a pound, but when taken lo larjte cities North, eight cents a pound is easily obtained. Isist year 47.714 pensinm rs were Idropped] from the rolls; 43,300 of these on account of death. The opening of the pleasure resorts j in this vicinity aud across Chesa I peake Hay has operated to separate citizen's clothes from camphor her" on Sundays. Scores of veterans don citizens' garments and embark on pleasure irips on that day. all which redounds to the benefit of the trans? portation lines connecting with the bealih giving resorts in this region. Before the lid was placed and lighten? ed on the carnival attractions closely, nearly all thlB class were wont to In? crease the revenue receipts in this district for malt and spirituous li? quors by indulging in genial pastimes on that day. ' After Contractor Boyenton adorn.* I the exterior of Franklin Barrack. (Co. L. quarters I, it wll lie the mest ma? jestic looking brick structure on this reservation. In model it resemt4e* a combined baronial anil cast' Hated lie I sign which flourishes in the days 'When Knighlhocd Was In Flower," land Is located near the Hampton en? trance to these grounds. Company H. Captain Francis M. Work, commander, is the largest com 'pany in this corjrnand, having Shoal 250 members on Its rolls. It is quar tered in ihree separate barracks, and is also the banner company of the command. Capt. Werk was origlnally appointed by the Iale Governor Wood fln. Former Chief Engineer Thomas Rc J can is now n resident of Newport News. Veteran Charles Glacken. chief car? penter, has replaced the portable an nex to Ihe cellar und' r the main kitchen on the surface in rear of the kitchen. This annex Is used every summer to prepare vegetables fcr th - kiirhen. In winter they are prepare I in the cellar. Cilizeii William IJndsey. chief fior 1st. is displaying an unusual intelli? gent ? n-Tgy this season; consequent ly. the results ate more substantial than heretofore. Reslorator Fly Da, of Phoebus, is one of the few remaining of the pie neer -kinxmen in this establish ni- j.i Mr. Flynn's Inn has !>een a gof>,| Samaritan to many. It Is becoming evident that Chief I Begin.-.r I dial has mastered as near as saeMMe, the .intonated subterra? nean and -nrface pining on this rer jrTvation. a? well as the mn.1. rn pip isg in the hnildlnrs her?on. . Veteran ?vJb? W Scott, of Phoebus. |is sm?wir 'he easiness men ?f that n favorahl- He was formerly Ibead i-iri-r In tte bowpiial here. Th> Home Chap?l is attracting the hnrcest crowds nowsdavs. and the H ...->.. - next Al Ihe ( his, <?' th.- last emery the combined t srd and ?taste room was the favorite re Th re are 6.2?* nenstonefn r sidinn I la f'Teirn constrles. Canada bivlns the large *t number. 2.?57 German. I has ?o: and Ireland 49$ Mast'rc Pari Oerie and Willie i^id wie 'be <-n Tretir Herri* Bj nstays, of phnehns now appear la the BaV mrks and xhowt the aanla snens hall. ihe !?tly sad *he Bandar Press, mormng, S0SB MMj OWBMng. The? Didiers' Home tale Veteran). * ' hoys reseh here Tin Brown's S?eia3 Ageucy lu that town. Professor Smldl, director of lb* au perh orchestra at Huckroc Beach, was formerly lender of the orchestra here, aim la allll favorably r?mi? arbered p.Y old Hme musical critic* and mu?i clana. many of whom are allll In ibla t branch. I Veierap William Van Dem far has been detailed as an assistant In the general store, rice-veteran Philip Donohue. r? llevcd at his own request. I The average age of members who I served In the Civil and prinr wars last i year, was ?*. 4f> years: of those who ? served In Inter wars. 41, 76. I The hourjl of managers for the Na I tlonal Home maintains ageiicle* for ! members of the Home, and veterans I seeking admission thereto In New Ycrk; Chicago and Washington. D. C. jellies. ' i Just In passing It Is pleasant to record that the appointing power of this command acored another hit when It placed Pliny Jewelt in chars* of the library. 'Mr. Jewell is endoweJ with the tact to look ?l things from a common sen.ie viewpoint. The li< hrary. by the way. has always been under the honorary supervision of the Home Chaplain. Former Quartermaster John II. Hi" ford, Former Treasurer W. II.. Peck', Former Commissary Charles it. Can dy, Forrotr Treasurer B. A. Bee son e\ (inventor William Thompson, and ex-Chief Clerk Charles Green! are now1 residing respectively, at Old Point Comfort, Vs.. Passadoena, California, Huyton, Ohio, Marshalltown, Iowa. Hampton, Va..?and i.ynn Mass. Major Beeson Is an officer of the Iowa State Soldiers' Home, which is located nt Marshalltown. All the other former t Hud e\ officers .ire more or less in the cool shade of retirement The Iowa Home has a membership of about 1.000, which consists of sin? gle soldiers nod sailors, and the wivj's and widows of soldiers and sail? ors. There arc now about 20Q wivee and widows of soldiers and "saUnra among the meml- rs of that homo, THE SCHOOL BOY'S KICK. I G?e whir.! it makes me orful sore 1 think that Decorashun Day Don't cmne on "Tuesday anny more. When we can gi?t Mane extra play. [ It comes on Satterday this year. And so we miss a bolerday. Somehow It doesn't seem right to me That holerdays should happen when We never have school, any how; II hope it don't occur agen. Just think if Christmas Day should fall On Snnda?what would we get, then? An' jes suppose that New Year's Day Should also come cn Sunday, too; They'd never let as out of school. The way they really ought to do. An' all the time we should he out. They'd keep us in the whole week through. jone day ain't much to kick abouL But wh<n I bear the school bells ring I An' know if Decorasbna Day Had come on Friday, we could fling I Our book* away and take oar poles An' lines an' fish ' down in the spring. I It makes me sore, because I know The principul has tricky ways. I An' If we don't kick now she'll fix It up so ail our holerdays I Will fall on Sundays; that Is why I'm kicking now, coj kicking pays. ?Detroit Free Press. Police Methods in India. < A Jewel was lost by a rich Komatl. i It was found in the possession of A I Mohammedan. Two policemen of the station seized ft from him and pkdg i ed it and obtained a loan from a local ' merchant. Then another policeman . was ashed to search the house of the I merchant, and before lhe search was jegeeieil the merchant gave it to him (with a present as a hril*e not to haul him np before the court. Hetwtea. the I three policemen a sum of abort! sixty I rnp<-e* was hasted fr-">m on* or the j other ivf the di .hr,rust and avaririoas merchants. Then arose a split aaasmg |the?c policemen and their comrade* ?about :h?" division of the spoils, and J thev are now blink ng as to what rs*- to adopt and whom to charge what offense to charge with. The ! people are In inz all confidence In [these men ? Mysore standard. Some acquaintance are VAL.T7 1 ARI.K-??her? merely arrevahle. J Ton prehebly have mmy of the lat? ter kind?so let the want adja. hw4p| yes to make jewie of ihe farmer. Any hoy or girl can ?nfeT the < I test. Watrh for it. The World's Best Clitnate is net entirely free fmm disease*est I the hick elevations fevers prerall. while on -he ;..* ?? e-v.jn maUria Ts] i encountered to n greater or less ex? tent. sPrnrding to aWtrwIe. To over come clima"<- sfftrtions Isssf'n malaria, jaundice. MlWtnsness. favee| and ?nr and amoral ilroltlty. the most eff<-ctiv. umi-itf is Electric Wf iters. the s'vat alterst ire sad bleed IpnrlsVr: the aa'k*n?e for t very form j \<4 bodily weakness, nervousness, a lissome la gold nnder guarantae All DraggJ't* Prlfe tee BUTTERI fancy I i,.,n Cr?aif.ery pound. Special C UN' E OA BISCUIT, 3 packages.... LAi Ndry starch, per- pound . BR< KfN an ,-. pfr pound . cohn star, h. prr pound . pearl TAPOCIA, per pound. ?tove polish. per box .?. SAI f RATHS SODA, per box _ peanlt butter, per pound... I. A l. starch, large box . I. & i. starc h. small bOM., KIPfFREO hi RRlNG3,perean... EXTRA CHECK W To on pur' 'i.iser? of one poun give fire, .1 large gilt frame picutn THE GREAT ? I * o ? 2603 WA3HII MEinltwfMfA i wBj?%iaweas?t?nv i*. t.?tss*.ua?iuMUaM. ImuUsM ?' stawslSSM it muiiitl BMasvmS*) rsisUM. u<l ?<?? ?'?"? t.ii i at toi?"???* o*m mn it ii ii s m i jwMajnj").__ - -ir- ~?* ? ?? '"? V>T*? ?Ubmeror HjrbOr Lights. The jpnldhiK i v. - < 1 into a hsrbor. 'evpn after it hau iravnl and over i come all the perils of ihe open sea. is no simph' matii i r.m-n in the well 'known harbor n| x York, atmest I Iiip familiar tu captains ami pilots as] nre tho streets in some native vil? lager, it is nut nn Infrequent occur i renee for a v< s-i l to -u astray in the , fog, or to he iirl.ili il by the thousands! Jof lights Oil .-In.iv. The llght-boHse i and light-ship will doubtless never, be i supplanted in iiinie sit nations, as on reefs and Juitiss headlands for the light-house, ami daiu'en.us siioals for the light ship, hin for harbor guid? ance there should certainly b<* snme tbing batter. I. ss confusing and cheap-1 er, and this snubl appear to have Im en found in what has been termed I the "subaqueous'- system of hat bor I lighting, recently invent,d by Mr. Le- | on Dion, of Wilkes itniTe, Pennsyl vsnta. Hy this system the navigation! of harbors and waterways will be us simple a task as walking up a well known ntrret. Briefly, the system onsisl* of a cable, suitably protected from the In-; fluence of the safer, and having at! appropriate Intervals short branches! to which are attached incandescent electric lamps titled wiih reflectors which will concent rate the light Into parallel beams as Dearly as possible. The lamps an . uf course. protected from the pressure of tae water and! any ordinary accident. The lamp and reflectors are bony ant. so that they will maintainn at. ttprighl position. The main cable equipment with its short branches and lights, is laid in the channel, on the lottern, and con? nected with a source of electric sup? ply on shore. When the current In turned on the channel is indicated by brilliant spots uf lighi upon the sur? face of tbe water. Bven in rough weather fbr cabie sill remain undis? turbed, for it is a well-known fact that even the hiebest waves do not produce any d!stnrl>ance much beyond their own depth.?June Technical World. TOO Much Washing. Two sparkling Sixth avenue sales girts seated thems. Ik s in sn elevat? ed car opposite two vcung, brokers front Wall ntre: t I w:i*h-(| my hair mat night. Alice, an I I ran never do anything with it af;--r I ?:'*h It." said one. Thai s just ?hat I did." said the other, "and I can t either." A pause. "It was nearly ten o'clock When ? washed nr- hair last nicht Alice, and Bln. . ?!.. n 1 can't do a thing with lt." lue' intr in some stray locke. "Wefl. th.T w Just the time I washed WUae and I cm'' do a thine With Jt either." The two : r >kers 11st ened. as dM sll the nas.-enxers in the nearby gents, and He re was scaredv aeofber subject mentioned by the girls that rflrfnot 1 n<n er do anything with mv hair after I wash It." Rearhire the r station, the .two brokers are- have ihr car i and ana. ntnmb'inc rer the rH*s* nmtrvdtnit shoes pnh'-'v r. moved his tat and said- ' P't '<?" 1 washed my feet-last nlrh? md ' "ever can do anything with ?' ? 'r'"r ' ***** them." The car n a'-d - \>w T?wk Mi rellewerf Dad. : tSnv sftMl t? hoy < f ??>- h,H,M ,iv" te disgrace has famd. "Why. dad. what * ih. tn.n yen? IPs aU rteh' I ' eff on ieehnwnllty.-?Kan-.. ? Journal NAILED HIM TO THf siDCWALK. a ma. aa<k-d t., i ?<?? *??- ? hardly hi a anrw>e ???? ?'" "?*? one who fr?ln too It t la mwe. Rwxlne "phis are . *r form of we res weskr. women Prv-e, ft a box * leise?, fa, wiR fall guarantee?F?x sale by nwj drugntnta. /ITH GROCERIES. d of 60c tea (any kind), we wilt* s this weak. YGTON AVENUE?, Bell Phone :-*e*!3e|Jl Your Dpi will be lean If yon bay from flat j ginnl Cut Rate Drug Store, lr there la anything at all In the Drug Una, see as, or *| 'Phone orders will reeerre attention, and wo deliver pari of the city. j Lot oa be yonr Druggists. j.C.Gorsuch? szmnms You Cm Nothing abort u sa Us faction la the Laundry Work If yon poor work done by sav" eater to a discriminating ? Our aim Is to giro the heat for thsjr flrat-elase work, and tkae not mlaa It to eridesioed tncj-eaaing number of oar | fled Peerless SJe*m Laum tasf Hew port Nowa, tra. Both Phones ITS. coal % ttord Fine Wood, .?.?. Vi Oord Htxeo Wood. .... % Cord Oak Wood, . No extra charge far < best grades of coal at the I ket price, ' .