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suis new b. y. p. y. Ofpizitioo las Forme. Wiy Nlglit With a IcrobarstHp of Ffftg fnlteic Young Fours. SUBJECTS II ClfllCKS TODAY Rev. George W. Wray Will Preach In Firs*. Methodist Thi6 Morning On "The Thirst of the 8ou* Quenched" and Tonight on -The Way Back Is Open." A Baptist Young People's Union wa-r organized at the Memorial Hap tlst church Friday night, with a chart r membership of fifty. Olticers lor the first year were ohosen as fol? lows: President?Mr. W. S. Boy< ite. Vice-presidents?Mr. R. S. Hudgins, Jr., and Mrs. C. A. Jenkins Secretary?Mrs. George Rosche. , Treasure r?Mias Marion Raneone. Organist?Miss Susie M on son. The president announced th/> ap? pointment of the various commitiees and the r.ew union starts life nndei very promising prost>oe!s. Memorial Baptist Church: The pastor. Rev. C. A. Jenkins, will preach at the Memorial Bapti.-t church this morning at 11 o'clock from the fourth verse cf Ohadiah. His theme will be "A Nest Among the Stars." At X p. m. his theme will b" "Jonah." The men's Rible class win meet promptly at lo.-uo a. m. and the Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. ' The Thirst of the Soul Qu ncheu" is the armon at 11 o'clock this morn? ing by the Rev. George W. Wray l<astor of the First Methodist church, and at X o'clock this evening he will preach on "The Way Hack Is Open." The evening s. rvices will be in th ? nature o." evangelistic services. Christian Scbnce 0rvices will be ?held Sunday morning at eleven o'clock at No. 43 Hope street. Sub? ject, "Matter." Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. AH are cordially invitl d. j Rev. W. R. Motley, pastor of Church of Christ will preach at 11 a. ai4 on "Finding th? True Aim of Life and Pursuing It tp the End." At s p. m. on "A Problem In Profit anl Loss." Sunday school 9:30 a. m. V. P. .). C.-E. 7:15 p. m. Pray. r meet? ing W dtn?sday, s p. m. Every mem ber is earnestly requested to be pres? ent. A cord?al fou'itation to strang? ers. All who attend these services will nceive a hearty W icorae. Rev. W. R. Reefe. pastor of th? East Hampton Baptist church, will preach ibis morning at 11 oclock on th- subject. "The Revelation of Wrath." Sunday school will be con? ducted at 9:30 o'clock. Rev. Charles W. Ray. pastor of the East Hampton Methodist ehurrti. will gnaach tonight on - "A Tree Is Known by Its Fruit." Mr. E. O. Simons, of Fort Monroe, will conduct the s rvices in Central Methodist church this morning, and Rev. J. K BeShaso. of York county, ibis evening. , Usual servic<s- will be condneti?t io the Hampton Baptist church by the pastor. Rev. E. Pendleton Jones. D. D.. today. Rev. Aboer C. Hoidtin? will or ach at both services In the Presbyterian church today. This afternoon Mr Hopkins will conduct his last services in the Phoebus chapel. To Preach In Phoebus. The Rev. J. H. Spanlding. of North Carolina, wfll presch ;r? the cor.irrcga ti.?n of the Pho bit? Baptist chnrcb this morning and evening. BUCK HOPKINS TO RETURN. , Well Known Phoebus Bali Player Is Mowt WrVh btootyomei y Teawi. "Bock" Hopkins, of Phoebus, who ended the season with th.- Montgom? ery team of the Soot hern p.i?.-h?ii league, is everted to reti re to hi* bond In Phoebus on Wcdoe*fcvy. where he wiR spend the wtnt-r Hop? kins has played with Detroit and several other fast team* dnrinc the rummer, bnt on aeeount of a d'soi"" wKh til' manaarr of the Petrott nine be was finally *oid to the Mont msnery clnb. Ta Marry an Artillerymar.. Clerk of the Courts Harry H. Hoif -reiterdav Isswed a Ileeiwe to mvrry to Mr. WliHaat Clark Timherlakc. an artlN -rvc-j!-. at Fwrt Moarne, and Miss Emma Keller, of Phe-bwa The wedding will tsk? rdac- In Pbo>-bn? on Tnenday Mkm K?IW is h*st sit t*'w*C ^*u%T^ a%W. DEATH CAMEiSUDOENLY TO WILLIAM H. TOPPING Widely Known Poquoson Citizen Patted Away at an Early Hour ' Yesterday Morning. Mr William H. Topping. Sr.. ii years old. a gallant Confederate sol? dier and a widely known oitia'n of Poqu'son, York county, died sudden? ly at his res id nee at 4 o'clock ye* terday morning. Ii wa.t said thnt Mr. Topping's death was duo to a severe attack of acute indigestion and heart disease. Mr. Topping spent Friday on a fishing trip with one of his sons, arid surce ded in catching a nice string of the fluent hog fl.h. Returning to his home late Friday night. Mr. Top l?Ing ate two of the fish for supper and during the early evening chatted phaaaatly with his family. He re? tired In good health. About 3:30 o'clock jest rday morning he arous? ed his wife ai d Informed h?-r thai j he was uheble to breathe, and before Mrs. Topping could give the alarm he passed away. Mr. Topping is survived by a widow and seven children. The chil I drt-ll are: Messrs. William II. f d>) ping. Jr., of Poquoson; Carroll Top ping, of Norfolk; Ilurd Topping, of] Crntial America; Mrs. Frank Moore, of Norfolk, Mrs. W. Davis, of Jersey City. N. J.: Mrs. I!. Jones, of Norfolk, and! Mrs. T, W. Crockett, of York county. Funeral services will b held from | his late residence this afternoon ai 5 o'clock. Mr. Tenn;6 Back. Mr. Albert M. Tennis, who repre? sented the Virginia Croat Council at the annual- session of the Croat Coun? cil of the Improved Order of Red Men of the Unit d States at its meet? ing in Bridgeport, Conn., returned to the city yesterday. Mr. Tennis is | enthusiastic over the trip and the great .strides of the order in the pas: y ar. Change In the Band. The Phoebus firemen have closed a | contract with the Seventy-first r gi ntent band of Norfolk to accompany the department to IVntisylvania Uur-| ing the first we-k in October, had been decided to lake th ? Naval j Ann Bund of Washington, but the Washington musicians would have been forced to meet the fire.m- n in J Baltimore. The various conti sts being conduct? ed by the firemen are running along I with inter?st and considerable money | is being raised by them. WILL HOLD SPECIAL SESSION. Kecoughtan Literary Circle to Meet j Tuesday Afternoon. Kecoughtan Literary Circle wi'i| meet in a social session with Mrs. Frank W. Barling, at Cedar Hill. Tuesday afternoon, when business of ini|?irtim-e to the memlvrs will 1h> transacted. A president nml sec? retary will be elected and several other im|m>i tant matters will be taki n up at the s sslon. WON FIRST GAME. Football Season at Fort Monroe Be? gan Yesterday Afternoon. Tht strong tool ball eleven of For! Monroe o]iencd the season on the fort gridiron y sterday afternoon by de? feating the team from th" 1'nlted] Stat<s battleship. Idaho, by the score of 11 to 0. The contest was a fa.?t I one, bnt the artillerymen clearly] outclassed the sailors. More Contributions. The Pho: hup fin-men have received Hie following additional contributions to the Pennsylvania trip fund: Jas. Mitehel, $2.V>: Bruce Barnes. $1.00; i. F. Sehnrkvh. J'-'OO; Gco. Craig. $1.0O: Strauss <jun..i <C Co. $r>.nn: Klondik I>alry. $2.00; Kan ?t Lewis. $2.?0; Rnbt. Johnson. $l.<?: Jas. O'Connor. $3 00; Ohas. Reair head. $2nn: L M. Brown. |. O. R. <M.. ??". on Real Estate Transfers. Mr. M. II Morgnn reported th* following real estate sties last weeu Hanau and lot In Klomrikc to C Schr?der. $SZA; lot on Back river] road to Ce-orge Tucker BMP; boose an.I lot in Mason street to Simon i Evans. $1.000; Jot in Buckro road <? I/fanie WU'e-s. $11<l: lot n-^ar Phoe bos to Elirabeth Alb-a. $lon Quslficd a* Executr a, Afra. Vera Chile? yesterday quail Bed as the executrix of the esi.ite of her deeeased husband. Mr Kr/win B Chiles, before Clerk of I he Court Harry H. Hort. Messrs Thnnxis L Srlat r. John W BUiefcrnore and M II Morgan were named .i? th" an praisers on the estate. Spoke a WHater Cap!sin Srott. kippet of the BriM?h sNamsbip C!a?n. ?hieb arriied here ye.ierdaj morning from Pori Arthur esrjnte f??r Ronan, reports that on Auvu.t is be spoke lb* whab r barken line Sullivan, of Norwich. Conn., fast to a waste. The whaler was in aw> ind- ". V. iongitnd'? M 47 w. See M^H Mceesv. * Cr,. ff yon want to r W or bwy a borne, i hey esn ?srt?fr you It F r rate m?. dot-n Fotograf? at Chwywe's Stud*. It ! At the National liis?tniliiiil/tourists are re? joining from St.il?- and other branches ?>f Iii?- homo for tin; winter, s iuo have er*a>ntiala an.I nome have none KlCommissary s rgcant Fran* Heimnn is now ,>n the working fore* in the hospital; slso. Ex-Sergeant Kiiowl?.'. About 4.r> per e?nt. of the veterans ttn^MHj thin branch holidays, have irii.i.". and about ">."> ?>'? rent, vn il?;-* Retwten l.ono and .It, 90 migrant a-i.i her veterans sre e irl for here annually. Aft^r many years pur? modelled Indian canoes, paddled by nffvpriug sires deceased from, the days of Pooa boninM and Powhaun, again glide over the placid waters of ?de Hamilton Road's front of tins establishment. And again does the strolling veter? ans smell the bacon frying ami th" smoke soaring upwards from wooo fires in the minus close by; also, the homely hiss of the baking buckwheat cake. (lirl visitors from the towns near by who looked so repuls;re In the Merry Widow monstosity Ihe past season, ntiw makes a faclnating appearance in the new style of dinky headgear. Captain Francis W. Work, of H company, performed the duties ol 'assistant adjutant and quartermaster I J general of the Q. A. R. Department of [Virginia and .North Carolina at tint j forty-second annual encampment oi l the national order, which was recently] Captain John R. Glfford, formally I [quartermaster here, is a ' rrcqueni 1 j\lsitor to these grounds. He is ro Jonrnlng at Old Point, and still holds: his own in physical vigor, and mental I I alertness. - I Blue |n different shades largely pre. dominates in this population. It al? ways was a fine color, whetner in tbr| autumn skies, in the eyes cf, sweet-] hearts, or in the garb of the hundreds of well pneserved relics o fthe m:>d [ern praetorian guard who so grace-j fully adorn this command. Watching jumping mullets along t! e Hampton Road's front thrjw some.-' sctR and catch mosquitoes, while in transit, is a faro rite past mi ? of ex-i sheriffs, town supervisors, bankers, and, ward statesmen of the inflation! era 'which followed In the wake of our semtwhat ancient civil war. in lasting , retirement here. With the falling or the leaves tare! wounds and other permanent iiifirmt-j ties are asserting themselves aasonsf! the veterans of this command. Thennj afflictions get an acute mow on sorai-j annually, and operate to inrrea?- > tiir \ receipts in this revenue district for| ??regt and mnlt and spiritirus liqno.B, I a!:? the offender's docl'et an I the |l>opulation in the cemetery nearby anal tfcese at a distance. j Excessive piety will not I? assoct-J ated with the manners and customs I of alK>ut twenty per cent, of the active! veterans in this command next week. They will_ be financially inflated net indulge in lilac bin d dr air.s. and. after awaking, retir* into rtemi-s? rb"-ion for periods ranging into ? '-? ?Mi days. An active veteran here displays a 2, y?ar old gait nhen he lines ap tor I ei sion pav. muster and wh-fl naskjBS f:ir the popular exit berof Was. afVrj vt.l ing hours or anacute ?piiraniin ?. I At all other times. such as attendin-Tl to a detail, going to meals and strut? ting about th-> gronnds. he cleans i space at tbe rate of two miles an I hour. Notwithstanding every bedstead in the active.companies is furnished with Ihre* armv blankets, and that steam is on In the barracks all nicht in se? vere weather, fnlly 20 per cent of the farm-raised veterans purchase on fashioned comforters and quilts In t'ac fall, and give them away at spring cleaning time. There are about 2.'HHi sntlsw veterans here, and of thes about BS \?t cent were raised on farms. j Anci. nt land-ltibl? rs sitting in th" shadow of ihe tree., along <?ur Hamp? ton Road's front, are greatly amiisel at the cmvulsln effort* of pre-adam ite sailors to name tbe last two mast* nn th* six ma-t'd schooners In the fl~ets which sail along that front ?n and from Newport Sews. No trouble is experienced in naming tbe f'.r>tf four, but an aen'e attack ef nervous prostration and a resulting thhrat for th? leruid ban- ef c:r 'Christian rtvli r/.r.-tr follows a prolonged effort to evolve s name t>T th* two last mav? Adamantean featur?H| v*?*ran? in c??her ?raneh hone, ar.- rTstniton^l advised ?bat ?bis I? th season when the active ve?.-ran- of well r? cula?cd bat It* her? revels in thy snrenW-nt tig nicked -Ich? from the tr-e: also, la nriik direct from an niwurrW-d cow. she wMh expansive horns and tn towrh with a pasture the ? >ar vnwl R*?rh are reached ahrm? ?hr hie hon?e? :tmd baronial cabtn? aor.h ?nd w*' *t jthts svawt and fr*u/iew? vt>ils ?o theo? I bat art* ?n th* features of the vtsHnr |s rbeerfnl mobility rt expression and <*i??.n>lt?r?n that vnnM rawn th* ert ?ran to wrwk tooth and nail IS elevate thin (Vast tn purttc attlee?tf be. the vet bad a vole |n this rownwtlrn we i are mwstralawd ,n r'?? rubllrity M tbe fact thai tub-^rrumsis among SM (By ths Bay ? held at Toledo. Ohio. S AND Oil Soldiers' Home (tau Veteran). people ami animated farm tod;, and Infant mortality, is tin ran- o\c, pi urn noi iIn' Mile In th.it ..iii.iii dlaeval union. Straw hats have ah i t :i!l illKar pea red. The Isolated !? ? icmuiiiitig are worn t?y veterans tt|?, i:tik in and |Slmke hands with tttemsel. > ? ami in i"iher ways add to tli- rail-, of this 'command. This class. -:ns mir ' till I man ass". Is comp" id .1! .loiniis ?whofc features .Tie r-? |.l< t?? uiih those jwure indloitssiis of Keeoud chl'dlu^td I wrinkles,. In this ronitrcii.in it* way | be said that nearly all the itrau hat: I worn here an- given "to uwelleis in (the baronial nnd modern rahlns whichj abound north of this place, at the h lose of every SVaaiNl and tin s., thrift) people stow th'iu aw.n t"i future use I'rior to the suppression of the slot machine* which raeinaied the above-cited dwellers a t' w years ni'u nearly, all the hate were nm-d flr-i as substitutes for bioken win-low panes, duriug thi winter, and after ! wants by field band'. in stimuli [Nowadays, however thc> :u?- almost| ! wholly u?od bv Ib id bands ol b?>ih| isexes 1? summer, and .as the banish Intent of the slot machine lias operated (to 1 nable the eablners to stock up t witli lias flour anil ke p the dinner pail full 11 Straw bat is very seldom ,'seon staffed in a cabin window. Putting Away Trousers. In folding trousers for traveling or ' packing ?puriioscs. pin the waist but 1 tons together nnd pull the trousers ; down quite flat, with the outer st ains 1 aboMI an Inch In front of the inner; j fold'their over Into h;iir their length, i and Iben put them into whatever ro 1 ceptacle awaits them. j A Wolv at the Sheepfold. Notable among the evils of stroet life for children Is the gmwth of gam? bling among boys. |)o parents realise that these boys are one and all on the road to a criminal life? The removal I of this evil may well enter Into the program of the Federation of Catho? lic Societies.?The Pilot. Value of the Smile. What the sunshine Is to all maleilal nature, quickening all life, giving to hII beauty, color and fragrance. Urg? ing even dead matter with glow of gold, ami giving true gold its. if a higher glisten, so the smile ig to hu man life, making sorrows and dls:ip pointmenta easier to bear and giving to joys themselves a richer Sweetness. He Proved His Courage. A young lady of our town told her sweetheart state wouldn't marry him until he bad done something brave He started lo court the girl next door, 'and she sent word the second nicht that he was ihe bravest mnn and had ever met.?Senoia Euterprlse-Carette Coal for Santiago. Wilh I..-.4S tons- of coal alwiard. He Norwegian steamship Francos st'-ain ed from this porl yesterday for San tiag'?. Cuba. BABY'S EYESIGHT wein a?i By Terrible Eczema?Head Became a Mast of itching Rash and Sore? ?Would Scratch Ttti Blood Came ?Much Money Wasted in Fruitless Treatments?Disease Was Sooo CURED AT SLIGHT COST BY dJTICURA REMEDIES 1 "Our little girl was two nvmfhs old . when she got a rash ?s -her fare nnd wsUiaa five days nor fata* and Head weto ? all one sore. We ussri <ntT<-rvnt rcmo j dies but it got worse instead of hetler > and we thought she wotfid turn Mind and that Imt ears would fall off. She suffered terribly, and w<*ufci scratch, until the btoud raise. At night we : bad to i'in l*-r bands down. Tliia '? went on urttd "be was nvw months old. ! then I ha>I her under oar famtlv dsW I tor's osn\ lut ?he eontiii:?cd U> grow ' worse. <mi I it was e?-?ina. Win j she was seven m *>?;?*? old 1 ?t.nrt.if tu ' use Cwtiewra S*o. (.tutkmra Otutment, ' sad CuUoura -advent, and in thrw ' wvrks ? what ? ' bang?-1 I k--: 1 isiing the Cwticnva ??? ? <?-if? tnr two nvatths arwl ?ur !?.-!?-v <raa a dUPmiit girl. V<? could not see a sign ?w" p ante and - v war as fair as a new-bona hab,. and all for ?besmall e?i .da.hdkw anil ?ev<-nt v ttv cob w lien- we hsyl ?Nii i -n times the ni r^-v for durtorin?, She at now two ? :.l and bar n??i bad a awri of the ,.?-mt since, Mrs. H. f. BoHkc. H. f. I>. 4. leSo.nr. Mian., Apr. li and Ma> 2, lPa7." - SLEEP KILLED ByauaflchiitgHi Csrre by Cutkrwrw "I hmkc . ?>! with a huiuer *?>. -h sfve?d arn>?H ?s? mr body. The hvt>tr.g w.-uid get worse on n-^nnr.. so I er*tiM n t ab? fx I trV-et <e>rr-raj ivniertie? Ijii it i'i"? Worse nntd I got sows* Cut*'irs *iOp and Cutr-ura I'dli which lecar to n Baal me at once. By the time I had ur?d one vwJ >i Ike PITH, the hum.* i- ?-Htsrety gene.. 1 ? .*b OSVTV snPeer ."I SWl the CwUV eur? 14rne-l~-? Trsrn Bale*. Hsmb?rg. Ark.. Are* **. I<*J7." IkWIi rrte? 1' as4 tUSVkal Tusleein ?? UWr new * t- 'i* tuen mm aasa* es? ?tau s *~m*-*.~\ ?Skr ? te ei iim 1 v rtm ? ?k? 1 1? pb?t ?e mm ?td swj sajsj oe isaj SnU imm . ?j2J _Pkf>f t?_ . 11 .m. CSHtsbi Bhaa sk SkW I Co? Contracts In New York. Mr. \v. ci Morris, of Pnoebu.?, ha* Ii.?. Ii awarded ilic comi.?et lor install iiiK dydroih.iAputic ami prolonged hat ha iu tin- insane suyttsaan i? Ii mi l!i\er, l'tiea ami lUnghaiiiploh. \i w Volk. The contract pile i* * I ? Will Load Coal Cat go. The) Norwegian steamship Itcurtck flhsi ii arrived in port >e*ierd?y l.'om \ew \oik lo Ion.I :i rnrgo of c at [here for the West ludles Will Sing at St. John's. The soloists at sit. John's Rplsco Jpal church this morning will b |ih. Miss, s Helene ami Rachel Scott .lud keep your eye on the page.*. 01 Iihts pupi r for the announcement of ! I lurges' Kali ami Winter Millinery | Opening. I will occur soon. I. I Katz's New Store! We i?re now iu our new snd handsome .lore room and will be clad to ai<<- :nr obi frien.is tier.'. We still have a lot of odds and ? nds in our obi surre which * - will be glad lo get iid of at any price, such as gins- ware, hard? ware uml tin-ware, a chance Mr you to get bargains. In our new store we olf*r the following r r Monday: Me t Table Dil ri th iu colors and white. 15c yard. Heal IJnen Window Curtains, ttij all colors. 18c each j Men's Extra Heavy Flneco LtOOu j Underwear, skirts single or run: j lib broaal? ,| . .... 39c each. President Suspenders, 39c pair. Men's iCxtia Ih-avy Tan Shoes. Every pair guaranteed, $3.00 value, $2.00 pair, old Ladies' Comforts .. 98c pair. 5"?l lue Writing Tabl ts, 2c each4. Above for Monday Only. KATZ E. QUEEN ST. Next Richardson ?V Bnf?h (iroory t?tore, Hampton, Virginia HARDWARE CO. Closing Out Sale' Another Big lied notion in PrUv*?. jScreew Doors frosr _|? OS to SI " Screen Doors from Hammocks from ... Sstetw Rarc.rs from Horsw Collars from .. Window Screens from CocVet Kntres . M to .3? tasters*. AO to .39 Schwnrs.AO to .?? !f*1ew.!? to .?><?, Rnh-s.IS to .07 Ransone HARDWARE CO ontinuett THE ELECTRIC SAW AND PLANING''All Rough and Dressed Lumber, Building Material of all Kinds, fencing material cedar, , sh, chestnut and heart pine posts and pickets. A3. Otf'Ce anil yard, font of Shield street, near N. N. A O. P. Electric Co', pov.er house. 'Phone 165. ALBERT M. TENNIS, Proprietor, Hampton, Va. FOR RENT! Conveniences. .s:: Pultun St., I l.i 11 > i > t. ? 11 Kiiads g ii - ii St.. Hal North King St. Kim Si , . ArmiH'iid Ave., 22 60 30 mi IS.oo Iii nit ll.uu ; on 13? Rtiaabeth Si. $ 9<M? ?:is Jackson SI. 7.6? 82u Jackson st. 7b? Hope St.. . . n.i.0 t2i rhnpol St.. tn.mi 22.". Holt St. IIOO 128 It..it St. 7u't? Phoebus Property for Safe F.ight room house. largo grounds, terms to suit at flJTJtdt 00. Seven room bouse and I'-'. for $l,'.7r> no. terms easy. ML H. MORGAN & CO. Insurance, Bond:?, Loans. 911 North King Street, Hampton, V?. wmm Fire Insurance arid Real Curtate -h. s. thompson 22 E. QUEEN STREET, 'PHONE 432. HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. T. L. SCLATER, Manager DOBSON'S SALOON Under Sew Man? agement. Having pnreuased the busi? ness" formerly conducted by W. K. Donaon, at 6 Snutb King street, 1 take pleasure In an? nouncing to my friends and tne public generally, that I shall continue the business. It will in- my desire and sim to serve the trade with the be?f whiskies, beam, wines and bot? tle,] goods. My lunch counter win always he supplied with the best the market affords, and the prices will he consistent with the clase of g.xMls I will serve. 8. S. LAWSON Successor to W. K. UOUdON. Wines and I beton? to the) tost tflio strayed sway from Dublin Mos-* tailed on the Red Ren, Pm : price cutter. I'm a mouvy-mak?r;jM the one that sells ail Straight kies retail at wholesale prices, following high grade Km Wklsklea sell for :.c a drink; Pan! Jana Bye. Sherwood Rye Whiskey, Spritgs. puro Maryland bye Wh Parkwood Rye Whiskey. All of sjnova named Whiskies are high grade; w-tch my prtcoa If yon dare, In a? ma if you can. In bulk at following prices: < ?1.1 Nick Pure Rye. v, pt? 25e gallon ., laniard's Favorite, % pt.. 30c gallon. Hunter's Baltimore Rye % pC, 25c. gallon.si Maryland Club, ?4 pt. 25c. gal loa. Paul Jonen Pure Rye. i, pt., jo I gallon .,. Star A. Rye. gallon .| Moss Rose, gallon . I .ark wood Pure Rye. gallon .lef'ersib Pure Rye, gallon ....IT.' Kentucky Bourbon, gallon .fl.? Double Stamp Ola. gallon The following brands of Wines, port. Sherry, catawba, ret. P.'a.*berry, st 26c per at; rsllon, 75. Pride of North Carol loa, t old. gallon. Kururr. ill per gallon C.irr oil Springs, gallon fXXXX Itnker Rye. I N.LE0NW8 Bare*, and) i 1? AND If M PSajsMBj V?. Due Respect For Owe Departed Loved Ones demands that We erect not only Artistic, but Knduring M .t...i alf Waii's Dictionary o* Chemistry s a y a : "White Bronze will re m*t the chemical ef? fect* of the atmos nh? re for All T.me." Write W. RAYNOR. Ac<-nt. Ttamirton Vs.. who win ten yo. ?ii /!? Cj/rW in bjr Oct. 1st. 19H ff Traylof's Bread" Labels aboil |t THE MONUMENTAL BRONZE CO. sorrv to announce that <Lid SI are unable to ?.-fure another ?d OT^ the Japan? ^e ?n. Ware we arw swst for the ' Mother Bread ' Work as a Necessity. Work h> as nrw.Msry to material *r> would tmt si: pr-rsoas sarhtg tsvn advancement as are r.tr and water t" . , . , . . , .... _ ?*mm . . _ la!**!* to bring in what they Sae* life A man can gain nothing by | ? ~? standing Mly by. eTcent the sum.' of and ?fitre a pt-mitm whlb they a drone la the hi?* hue who <i Time to ewebanri. Iahe ?. whl bfl 1st? by the .?rat of oth.-r? To* ?snwt | _ br ?p ?od d,*?g if y?* would m- ^?-. Oete-lwr 1. t?w Ton mas', not wait for opportunity, hat crwa'e the opportmVty for yumssB. TX v.?i erwt.d?n*s our speciale <i I.ACKKY The Hampton Bakery nj. a. traWOt*. Peon.