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put News, Pboebus, Hampton & Old Point NOW is your opportunity. Dur inf the month of August I WILL GIVE 25 PER CENT OFF to sll Cash buyer* on my en? tire stock of Houss Furnish iiMjs. This is no fake sals, but a straight proposition. Balow l give a few prices, showing the reduction* mad* In different departments as fol? lows: DINING ROOM TABLES. Including a large assortment of Round and Square Top Ped? estal Tables. $30.00 Tables for .$15.00 $25.00 Tables for ..418.7a $37.50 Tables for .$20-12 $45.00 Tables for.$?3.7o SIDEBOARDS. $15.00 Sideboards for _$11 $20.00 Sideboards for_$15.00 $30.00 Sideboards fur _$22.50 ? 4ii.uii Sideboards for _$3(i.uo $50.00 Sideboard fig- _$$7-50 There are a thousand and one other pieces of Furniture in our stork wbleh will add to tbe ap pearunre of your dining room, and at lery small cost. CARPET DEPARTMENT. $2.00 inflows Axmlnlster Carpet, per yard ....$1.50 Carpets, formerly sold Tor $1.50, at .|M*tt Carpets, formerly sold for $1.35, at .$1.02 Carpets, formerly sold for $1.25, at . 83% Carpets, formerly sold for $1.00. at. 76 Carpets, formerly sold for 75c. at . 5(5% PARLOR SUITES. $80 Parlor SulU for _$60.00 $65 Parlor Suites for_$48.7ii $30 Parlor Suites for-$22.50 DINING ROOM CHAIRS. $1.00 Chairs for . $ 75 $1.50 Chairs for . 1.1?*? $2.00 Chairs for . 1.50 $2.50 Chairs for . 1.98 $3.00 Chairs for . 2.25 $5.00 Chairs tor . 3.7a $7.50 Chairs for .. ?.... 6.6J CROCKERY DEPARTMENT Including a complete assort? ment of Haviland. Austrian und English China. $10.00 Sets for . $ 7.50 $12.00 Sets for . SOU $16.00 Sets for . 12.00 $20.00 English Set 8 for .. 15.00 $23.50 Austrian Seta for. 17.88 $25.00 Sets at . 18. to $35.00 Austrian Sets for.. 22.50 $40.00 llaviland Sets for 30.00 BED-ROOM SUITES A larg?- and complete line of 3-Piece Ued-Kooni Butts at the following prices: $25.00 3-PU-ce Suits for $18.7a $30.00 3 Piece Suits for $40.00 2-Piece Suits for 30 im $50.00 3-Plece Suits for 37.50 BRASS BEOS. $25.00 Brass Heils for ..$18. $30.00 Continuous Brass Beds for . 22.00 GO-CARTS. $ 1.50 Go-Caru for .$ 113 $ 2.6 Co Carts for . 1.8? $ 3.0O G?>-Carts for . 2.2a $ 5.00 Go-Carts for . $.'*?> $ 7.50 Go-Carts for . 5.b\f $10.00 Go-Carts for . 7.i>o $12.50 Go-Carts for . 9 28 $15.00 Go-Carts for . 11 2o Don't forget to look our MM of to>C*rts. Baby Carriages and Refrigerators over. You will have lots of use for tbem yet this season. No goods charred at the above price*. Contract good* aotd at former cash price*. M.H.Lash Z903-0V07 Washington Ave.. Newport N*fw*? Vut. CwMntfjF C Wt%4B*jjn*? PorfVf^tjV The Chtasas produce a subtle par fume from water littea that coots $?75 a drop Catch Mice w*th Pnwinfcln Seed. Pumpkin aeeda are attractive to aatee, and traps batted wtth tbem will anew destroy this little peat. in The Worl C American League Results Yesterday. Cleveland, I; Washington, 1. Chicago, 2; Boston, 1 (13 "inlnga) SI. Louis, 3; New York. 1. Detroll'i r'illa(leli*ila. ijosipoueti, rain. , Standing of the Club*. Cluba Won. Lost. PC. Detroit.??) 3? BL Louis.60 :i'J Cleveland.54 43 CbicSKO.?>4 44 Phlladelphl*.45 49 .4. Boston.46 52 4i>9| Wa-hmt-lc.il.36 69 New York.32 C5 .3301 Games Today. iioston ut Chicago. Philadelphia at Detroit. New York at St. Louis. Washington ut Cleveland. Win Three Straight from New York. ST. loiu8, August 6. ? Three niii gles. a base on balls and an error | lu the fourth Inning, after two nieti were out. gave the local Americans three runs and the third straight | game from New York. 3 to 1. Tin visitors got their lone tally in the first j on two singles and a sacrifice. Score: It. H. E St. Louis .. 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 0 x?3 8 1 New York .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 8 Batteries: llowell and Spencer; Hogg and Sweeny. Time, 1:44. Um? pires. Evans and Hurst. ' White Sox Win Spuctacular Game. CHICAGO, August 6. ? Chicago| won a spectacular l:: inning game from Boston today. 2 to 1. Malm I drove Sullivan In with the winning | run after the latter had hit safely and been sacrifice ahead by Davis. Boston scored in the fourth ou a sin gle. an out and Cravath's double. The locals tied it up in the ninth when Da\is' bit, went to the third on White's sacrifice and scored on Wag? ner's wild throw. Two stops by Me Council and White's steady pitching| were features. 8core: R. H. E. Chic-a go? 1 0000000 1 000 1?2 7 41 Boston? 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 e0 00?1 7 3I Batteries: While and W Sullivan: Steel. Clcolte ami Crlger. Time, 2:2?. Umpires, Sheridan and Kgan. Cleveland Again Wings Senators. CLEVELAND. August 6. ? Falken? burg was effective agaius: his formerI teammates today when Cleveland de- f feated Washington by a score of 6 to 1. Cleveland now has taken seven j straight victories, tour from New York and three from Washington. The home team hunched its hits to? day and with the Washington teams' errors obtained five runs in the sec oml inning Score: R. H. E. Cflc-veland .. 1 5 00 00 00 x?6 S 0 Washington.. p 0 o 0 0 u 1 0 0?1 :? 3 \ Batteries: Falkenburg and N. Clarke: Johnson and Kaho. Time. | 1:27. Umpire, O'Loughlln. National Results Yesterday. Boston. 1; Plttsburg. -J. New York. 0; Cincinnati. 5. Philadelphia. 7; Chicago. 5 tflr.il game.) Philadelphia, 5; Chicago. 3| (second game.) Brooklyn. 9; St Louis. 2 (called j sixth, rain.) Standing of the Clubs. Clubs Won. Lost, P.C. Plttsburg. 59 37 .615 New York . 57 3ft .?0t? Chicago. 56 40 .583 Philadelphia...1 44 .554 Cincinnati. 49 50 .496 Boston.42 54 .43* Brooklyn.35 5* .37? St Louts.32 93 .337 Games Today. [Pitt.-hnrc at Philadelphia. Cbieaco at New York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn St. Louis at Giants Lose to Reds. NEW YORK. An? mi A ? Clncsr. ht Tiffany Clock l? CLOCK ff ALL CLOCKS > Wik*?!?**, No Clearning, I In Lmiiivc Jkwf.lkb? st ratho sfoog ye-ar it and yeer oat Cell snd ttx it st , J. PllaSf $ hSoil r>UNJr?hfvi 1899 Id Of Sports nati shut out (ho locals today, 5 n. Spade wit* very effective and rorn l)y ihe New York player* aided the visitors in run getting. Score: R. M. E. Cincinnati .. I) 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0?5 9 1 New York .. 0 0 I? 0 0 Ii 0 0 0?0 5 Batteries:! Spade and Schlei; Mc Glniiily and Drcsnahan. Time, 1:20 Umpire*. KiBler and Kmslle. Pirataa Win by Clouting Ball. BOSTON, AuKUHt 6. Pittsburg won from Boston to<tny, 9 to 1, by bat titiK Llnilatnaii and Bon lies hard. A doubleheuder was scheduled, but rain, prevented the second game. Score: It. 11. E Plttsburg ... ?303 00 00 0?9 10 l| Boston ..... Oil 0 0 1 0000? 1 4 2| Batteries: Maddux. Leerer and (lib sou; Lludaiiiait. Boult.irs and Graham, lime. 1:45. Umpire, Johnstone. St. Louis Wina One! BROOKLYN. August l>. ?A dou? bleheuder was on the card today for the St. Louis ami Brooklyn clubs, but rain Interfered and after six innings the first game was called with the score 2 to 0 In favor of the visitors. The second contest was postponed I owing to a rain storm. Lush pitched J a no hit game for St. Louis. In tin third inning with two out and the| bases filled. .Ionian muffed Murray's, high fly. Lush and Shaw scoring for] the visitors. Score: R. H. E. St. Iiouis . 00200 0?2 3 Brooklyn . OOOOOo?0 0 lj Batteries: Lush and Bliss; Bell) and Burger. Time, 58 minutes. Um? pire. Klem. Cubs Lose Two' Game?! PHILADELPHIA. August ?. ? Chi? cago lost both gnmes of a double header here this afternoon. In each | game Philadelphia made timely hi! and took advantage of their oppon-| ents' errors besides fielding in sen? sational style. First game: R. H. E Phlla. 00203 2 0 Ox?7 6 l| Chicago _ 00101000 3?5 10 Batteries: Overall; Lundgren and] Kling; Sparks and Dooln. Time. 1:45. 1:45. Umpires. O'Day and Rudder ham. Second game: R. 11. E. Chicago _ 0 0 0 0 10 2 0 0?3 ? ? Phlla. 0 3000 2 00 x?5 9 l| Batteries: Reulbach and Moran; Foxen and Dooin. Time. 1:36. Um? pires. O'Day and Rudderham. Virginia State Uagut? Reaulta Yesterday. Richmond, 6; Roanoke. 5. Lynchburg, 7: Danville. 7 tcalled llth inning, darkness.) Portsmouth-Norfolk, postponed, rain Standing of the Clubs. Clubs Won. Lost. P.C. Richmond . 58 34 .630 Danville. 55 35 .611 Koanoke. 45 49 .479 Portsmouth. 39 4S 44S Lynchburg. 37 52 .416 Norfolk. 38 54 413 Game* Today. Norfolk at Portsmouth. Roanoke at Richmond. Danville at Lynchburg. Southern League Games. Memphis New Orleans, postponed, rain. 'Nashville. ?; Atlanta. 0. Birmingham, g; Montgomery, 2. Little Rock. 6; Mobile 7. Stamina Disqualified at Saratoga. SARATOGA. August 6. ? John Sanford's May field won the Alahami slakes for $5.imk> mile and an eighth, at Saratoga today, run over a muddy track. The victory was due to the disqualification of tbe favorite?Siam l Tbe stewards disqualified tbe Whitney Alley. Jockey K. Ungar was suspended for the remainder of the meeting and flm-d fl.uon for rough riding. Harder Than Taking a City. To enter a breach, coadact aa em? bassy and govern a people, are actions of eclat, to reprehend, laugh, sell, pray, hate and genteelly snd Jnwtly converse with s man's own family and with himself, not to relent, act to give a man * aelf the be. Is more rare and hard, and less remarkable? klon tatgn*. Jan* a BHlvitle Opinion. "We are so fond of worry." say* a Billvllle philosopher, "?hat ff we ewer mach paradise we'll worry shoot bav rag to By too high and sing ton oftsnr W* otjoe knew a maa who spent his lifetime trying to Und cut what he had wottt about"?Atlanta Constitn I Riehe? Inherited at birth are no tnjnre an evidence against tbetr pos ar aanr than the rn Isfort an* of Wnt horn to povertv Is a pn4at ta favor of him that aam bis bund ta the sweat j *f has fare.?Fraak H Welch, in Sun day Macasln? Th* Wsujatanphne *r r??iy "I tried to be ? dramatist anew.'' any* the phtiownyher of folly, "hat my ftrnt ptat failed hseainw the asher* dtdw t ithe l< So ! bwcant* a shilnsi v FOR ?ALE. FOR SALK ?A STOKE BUILDING j with 6 room Hal ubove ou Jeffer ?ort A v. Gss and city water. At] a suchll< ' Let us tell you the price. ao.MMEKVILLE TRUST CO.. lue. t*-C2t. TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TKANS fer; offices C. A ~ nation. 'Phones. Hell, Nos. 401 ami 135; Citlieus No.] 12 M HAULING PROMPTLY DONE ? freight, baggage, furniture and safes carefully moved. All kinds of haul? ing sollcocd. Rates reasonable. E. I C. SHIELD, cor. 24th street and Chestnut avenue. Bell 'phone 371. 7-18-tf. SUMMER RESORTS. JOIN T IP EXCURSION CROWD8 AT BUCKROE BEACH ?ON TUB BAY? Past l rollt > Over All Llae* BEST BATHING IN VIRGINIA Take Veer Dinner at the Metel where CuUlnr. Service and Prices Are Kitht Band Concerts Dally Deads* Bvery Night PATRONIZE YOUR HOME RESORT nBan^HflHini^H^BaBBBBBTr AMUSEMENTS. Bell Theatre Growing Popular! Washington Ave & 32nd St. Hif b Class Moviof Pictures Programme for Today ' "The Inconvenience of Taking Moving Pictures." "Sight Seeing Through Whis? key." "The Time Where No Man Rests." "The Master is General." ADMISSION: 5 Cents DREAMLAND t| Tonight AMATEUR NIGHT! IN ADDITION TO THE REGULAR BILL. Price and Diston GERMAN COMEDIANS. Wm. Tomlin Magician. New, High Class Movl.ig Pictures Daily. ADMISSION Children, 5c Adults, 10c Don't fail to see the pictures st the SUCK ROE CASINO. tonight, Lubm'a latest pvetures. Admission Sc W. L RO USE Thaw as SI. Reo. Its. J. HUGH CAFFEE FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EPA banner. OawOS Phones BeQ and Cits. Nw. L Baaldsaaa. Bed Pas. ?X aassi EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA. Conn ? of Norfolk, s*. On this. 2Sta day of .lu!y A. D . !-?iv ,,P P adlng lb-- r?-'i'i"n of Harry F WcstacotL Baakrapt. for discharge, it is or.ier.-d ay the Court, that a hear in* he ! upon the same on the 1Mb day of Aurnst. A. D. IP"*, before said Court. a? Norfolk, la said district, at 12 '.clork noon. ai.d 'bai notice there of he pnbLsaed la The Pally Pres? a news-pat., printed In said dMdrict. and I ha i aM known creditors and other personh m Interest snav appear at the ?nig time and pi are and show ranse. if say they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be grant ed. And it u farther ordered by th? Pone iha' the Clerk ?bell send hy mail m all known creditors rentes of ai.t p. -1 -n and 'h's order addre?s e?| to tie ? at thwlr peaces of residence as stated Witness the Howoratde Rdiawed Waddlll. ir.. JndST of the yald Cnwrt. and the seal thereof, at Norfolk. In saAfl dkwrvt. SSI the XSth day of July. A D- lag ?m.?, JOSEPH P BRADT Oer* Irr W B WAIAXBL Drpwty CWTB. 741 XL EVERY NON-PROGRESSIVE MERCHANT BECOMES YOUR COMPETITOR ,-When You Cjase to Advert)*? Aggressively!-; 4F*FBliEN a merchant 'hIowp up" iu hie advertising. iAI aud concludes to raw a little nioiiMy" iu that <!i reotiou, theu tho merchant who never had the courage aud foresight to advertise) adequately becomes a real competitor. Even the merchant who never adver? tises at all reaps a certain amount of profit from the "slow iug up" process of the live store. Not many merchants, of course, who have at any time set the paoe for progressive advertising, will be content to take a backward plunge intc the company of the non-pro? gressives, of the little merchants, the easily satisfied cues, the uu-awakes! But that is tust what the "live oue" does when he imagines that his advertising is costiug too much, aud that its curtailment meaus ??saving." If business conditions ever suggest retrenchment in ad , vertising, the wise merchant knowH that this should be in? terpreted as a sigual for "full t^peed ahead," for redoubled I efforts to win the business that does not come no easy as usual. WANTED. WANTED?A CAPABLE WOMAN TO I cook and atpnd to house work in I family of four adults. Apply at once to 2'J06 West avenue. 8 C ot j WANTED?TO BUY, ?ELL OH B.v change, furniture anu sioves. C. W. Lewis, 2?n2 Huntington avenue. i WANTED?FEATHER BEDS AND pillows. Buyer will call at house Iand |>ay good price for them. Ad? dress C. B. N.. care this office. 8?-7.!.,.li.i3.1?. FOR RENT. FOR RENT?6 ROOM DWELLING L< I good section of East End and on j car line. City wator. Suitable for j two families. Southern exposure. ' Only $H> per month. SOMMEk j VILLE TRUST CO.. Inc. 8-6-lw. FOR RENT?DESIRABLE FRONT j room, nicely furnished with or with j out isKM-d. Apply at No. 120 Thirty I second street. S-2-tf. FOR RENT- TWO DESIRABLE OF fices ,in Schmolz Building. Light. ! heat and janitor service supplied. ; Apply SCHMELZ BROTHERS, Bankers. 8-1 ?PECIAL NOTICES. jllENDRICK'8 CORNER HARDWARE j Store for naif paints and rttof ce . nietit. Bel| phone in;. Twenty fourth street and Jefferson avenue IF YOU ARB LOOKING FOR ?AR gains in House Furnishings, M II. it EH MAN'S. 3400 Huntington Ave., is the place to get them. Good Wfh low Rockers at $1.2."?; How back wood seat chairs at 50c; Single new Iron Beds and Springs. $3.23. H-2-tf HOW ABOUT TH08B OLD BILLS We can collect then*. Onaraatee to collect or no charge. GBO. C BLAND, Room L Goleme* Bldg. BEST MKAL TICKET IN th> CITY. DELafONT LUNCH. S-18-U for SALE. (FOR SALE?ONE ONE ".CHE AND one two acre tract of Land on u Salle avenue, on carltne. between Newport News and Hampton. Cheap if sold qukk. -N ELMS A court NY. Inc. Real Estate. Insurance. Rents at lein,. 2517 Washington avenue. Newport Newa, V?. 7-2S-M FOR IRON FBNTTC. SEK W W HENDRICK8 HARDWARE Corner Twf-ntv-fowrtb street and JeUTcraoe avenue. 7-2C-4?. FOR SALS A NICE (2 A CRH FARM in high state of ewltreaitoo. near! Newport News. $2.4w* Ahm other1 uWtrable farms NKI.MS A COM PANT. Inc. Reel Eatate. Insurance Loaaa as* Rente. SSI7 Washington Avenue, Newport Newa. Va s-lS-lw lots rom SAidi ost lbask in ar parte of the etty. Call and ant prime OLD dominion LAUD CO- Hotel Warwick- FtwiMtoe TRUSTEES' SALES. Derail It having been niade in thej payment of the debts secured by the' several deeds of trust hereinafter mentioned, all of the same being re? corded in the Circuit Court Clerk's j Office of Elizabeth City County, Vir? ginia, to which de?-<ls reference is here made, we will, having been requested so to do by the holders of ibe obliga? tions secured by the said deeds of trust, expos,- to sale at public auction to the highest bidders for cash, on the respective premises, on Saturday, August 8th, 1908. at the hours herein? after mentioned, the lots of land here? inafter mentioned: (1) At 1:40 o'clock p. m.. lot 5V?, in block 4, on the plat of the proper? ty of the No-, port News. Hampton and Old Point Development Company, made by C. M. Braxton. Civil En? gineer, a cop; of which is duly record? ed in the sa d Clerh s Office, in D. B. 21, pages 321. 322. and 322; this lot hav? ing l>een conveyed to us by deed re? corded in trust deed book 24. page 17. in said Clerk's Office. (2) At 1:50 o'clock p. m., lot 43, in block 13, as shown on plat of the property of the Newport News, Hamp? ton and Old Point Development Com? pany, made by F. P. Ake. Civil En? gineer, and recorded in the said Clerk s Office in D. B., 24. at pace 1!*2, et seq.. being 'he same lot con? veyed to us by ib-ed recorded in Trust D. B, 24. page 267. (3) At 2 o'clock p. m.. lot 48, In block 12. as shown on map made by C. M. Braxton. above referred to: same having been conveyed to us t>y deed recorded in Tj-nst D. B.. 29. pace 32?. (4) At ztig o clock p. nr. lots 1 and 2. la block 2'*. on map made by F. P. Ake. alKJve referred to. the same having la-en conveyed to us by deed rccordiil in Trust D. B.. 24, page 2*7 <5) At 2:23 o'clock p. m.. lot 13%. in block 5. on may made by C. M. Braxton, above referred to. same hav? ing Ix-en conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust D. B.. 26. page 95. (7) At 2: tu o'clock p m . lots 4 and 5. in block 9. on map made by C. M. Braxton. aliove refctr.-d to. same hav? ing liecn convex ed to us by deed re? corded in Trust D. B. 24, page 287. (8) At 2:5? o'clock p. m.. lot 12, in t4ock 9. on map ande by C. M. Braxton. above Tcferred to. same hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re (corded in Trust D. B. 24, page 2*7. (9) At ?? o'clock p. ??.. lot 43. in block x. on map made l>y F. p. Ahe. I above referred to. same having been conveyed to us by d?-cd recorded in Trn/t D. B. 29 paar 355. (W) At 3 10 orlock p m.. lot 4?. In block 9. on map made by C. M. Bras ton. alsive referred to. same hav? ing been conveyed, to aa by dv-d re? cord. .1 in Trust f> H. 2?. pare S7?. i (III At 3:20 oclock p. m.. lot 42.] in bks-k 9. on map made by C. M.' Braxton. alwtvi- referred to aanse hav-j ins been convey.,! to as by deed re? corded la Trust D B. 26. page (14. 1121 At 3:30 o'chs-k p. m.. kit 37.] in Work 9 on the map made by C. SI 1 Bra 11 on. alsnre referred to. save hav-] ing been conveyed to as by deed re cord.-d ta Trost D. B 2*. page 51?. | (13) At 3: So o'clock p ni.. lot 34. ( aa aenrh 9. on map n. id. by F. P. Ak>-. above ref.-rn-d io. mim bavins be n conve?.-d to us by d?--d n-conk-d in (Trost D. B. 2*. pause ~*o (14) At 4 an odor* p Mt, XX. In bmek 9 on the map made by C. M. Braxton. above referred to. *aa*e hav ins: Ifeen eonv.-v.-d to n* by deed re? cord.-,! In Tnrst ft B. 22. page 244. (151 At 4 in o'clock p. an., lot 29. la Noek on -h? map made bv f. P. Ake. ahm.- refcrr.-d to. same hav in.' he. n eowveyi-d to as by deed III Ulded la Treat D. B 29 pace 3?3 j (1C) At 4 20 . ?'- k p. as . lot 22. in Hor k 24 ?n map ansdw hp (X ? Braiioe. shove referrvw 'a. saese bttrv jlag In-e* 'wneyed to aa *,f deed re corded in Trust D. 15. 24. page 267. (17) At 4:30 o'clock p. ni.. lot 13, 'In liloek 25. on map made by C. M. Braxton, above referred to. same hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust 1>. B. 29, page 461. (IS) At 4:40 o'clock p. ni., lot 9. In block 25. on map made by C. M. Braxton, above referred to, same hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust I). B. 29. page 463. (19) At 4:50 o'clock p. m.. lota 1. 2 and 3. in block 25. on map made by F. P. Ake. above referred to, same having been conveyed to us by deed recorded in Trust I). B. 24, page 267. I (20) At 5:00 o'clock p. m., lot 10. in Mock 29. on map made by F. P. Ake, above referred to, same having been conveyed to us by deed recorded in Trust D. B. 24, page 267. (21) At 5:10 o'clock p. m., lot 39, in block 30, on map made by C. M. Braxton, alxive referred to, same hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust I). B. 24. page 267. (22) At 5:30 o'clock p. m.. lot 4. in block 30, on map made by c. M. Braxton, above referred to, same hav? ing boon conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust P. B.. 32, l>age 244. (23) At 5:40 o'clock p. m., lot 28. in block 26. on map made 1?y C. M. Braxton. above referred to. same bar lug been conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust 1). B. 22. page 214. (24) At 5:50 o'clock p. m., lot 27. in Mock 3s. on map made by C. M. Braxton, above referred to, same hav? ing been conveyed lo us by deed re? corded in Trust I). B. 24. page 267. LOUIS C PHILLIPS, W. E. C?TTKKLL, 7-29-10t Trustee*. TRUSTEES' SALES. Ifcfault having Isen made in the payment of the debts secured by two deeds of trust, both recorded in the Circuit Court Clerk's Office of Eliza? beth City County. Virginia, one ta Trust D. B. 22. at page 430; the other in Trust D. B. 23. at page 397. we wilt, I having been requested by the bene j ficiaries secured so to do, expose to , [sale at public auction, to the highest, bidders for cash, on the respective premises, on Saturday August sta. 190S, at the hours hereinafter men iion<d the following- two lots of land. l?i?h of the same being shown and designated on a certain plat of the property of the Newport News. Hainp? ton and Old Point Development com? pany, duly recorded In said Clerk's Office. In D. B- 21. pages 221, 322 and (1) At 3:40 o'clock p m . lot 23, In block 1?; ! (2) At 5:29 o'clock p. m... lot 4s, In block 30. I.OUIS C PHILLIPS and 1 JOHN I. COTTRELL, 7-29-1 OL Trustees. NOTICE OF SALE. Pursuant to a decree of the Unite*) Siat?-s Conn for the Eastern District of Virginia in lbe matter of A K_ Crawford, trading as the Crawforn Shoe Company bankrupt. I shall oaj SATURDAY. AUGUST XTH. 1908 A'? 11 O'CMjCK A at., offer for sal. at jnblte anctton to ?hw :n. h. -? bidder |,,. ,.,.). ? )? . mi-o stock of good' and nv-rrhandiae. to? gethi-r with the Bxiures aid oth*w personal property I ^-km ging to ir-a> estate of the *a*d bankrupt, and situ? ate in that c rta;n store room nnntb-r .?'??; Wasliprton Avenue Newport N. ws. Virginia. The sab will be ? ? d in fas *?!?" ?torr moan. SAMU EL R rtt XTo.'t. DR. H. H. ADAIR OS"-' Caff. . , ijt.^ Ht^-.Jm.