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TO PREVENT THE SALE '
OFP?moy?
Board Dl Health Names Committee
to Look into Important
Matter.
AUTHORIZED 10 DRAFT LAW
Question of What Parts of Creeks Are
Infested to be Taken Into Consider?
ation?Council Asked to Compel
Property Owners to Connect With
Sewers.
The board of health of Elizabe th
county mmt in the offlo- o( the clerk
of the circuit court yesterday and
sptni sometime endeavoring to devise
a plan to prevent 1 he sale of oysters
from th? rivers and ore-eks, which
were found to be polluted by the State J
board of health.
The meeting was called at the In?
stance of Or. Walter A. Flecker, the
health officer, and thus eprescnt were
Drs. W. A. Meeker, Q. K. Vand- r
stlce, Harry S. How.-, Clerk Harry H
Holt and Mr. Henry C. Shelton. (Sever
al men interested in the oyster busi?
ness were present to hear th. ?.scus
slon. t
As the State authorities only con?
demned a pot Una of Hampton creelc,
.Mjll creek, and the Elizabeth river,
the beard did not desire to take steps
that would prove against the interests
of the oysters in the unpolluted dis?
tricts.
i: MM finally decid.d to refer the
entire matter to a committee consist?
ing of Or. l'lecker, .Mr. Holt and Mr.
M. OL Armstrong and this committee
was invested with the authority to
draft a suitable law governing the
removal of oyst. rs from the condemn?
ed districts. The committt-- will make
the final report to another meeting of
the board to be held next Saturday at
noon. \
A resolution was adopted by IfM
board of health requesting the coun?
cil of the ehy of Hampton to enforce
the ordinance compelling property
owntTs living along the sewer.i
str.ets to conned with the sewers
as well as force all those in the sec?
tion to be sewered to corniest as
soon as the s. wvrs are ready.
: Th>- board deems this a very Im?
portant matter in the fight to keep
the community in a thigh state of
health at all times and esixeeially dur?
ing the lit-at, d seasou.
Wisconsin Joins the Fle<u.
The battleship Wisconsin arrived in
Hampton Roads yesterday and >iin?-j
tii- . tii.t shi;? of the Atlantic BSSt,
which is assembling hen- for the sum.
mer cruise and targe't practice.
Take your prescriptions to Hull's
Cut Rate Drug Htore.
Fr&nkel & Eisenman
Complete .. Outfitters
n Love
My Derby"
But,
"Oh! You Straw
Hat!"
THIS IS THE TIME?TO WEAR
A NICE COOL STRAW HAT?WE
HAVE A GREAT LINE OF THE
BEST MADE HATS IN THIS
COUNTRY?DROP IN TODAY
AND GET NEXT TO ONE.
Cool
Underwear
Negligee Shirts
IN FACT EVERVTHtNG THAT'S
COOL AND PLEASANT
TO WEAR.
FRANKEL &
EISENMAN
H W. Queen SL I tamp fan
lMPTO
"liauiploii ? b.m s(.,rr '
$1.00, fl.LT? inj 11.50
Shirtwaists 69c
Very Special
CO01? pretty. sty usd
waists, m \dk ok kink qkau
ty l.a w'n. BOMk auk ~" 1'I.AIN!
BOMB trimmkd with LAOS.
OTHERS with km hkoi dhu y
ltl i ion FRONT and BACK
l-vkiiy waist in this LOT is
MUCH UNDER PRICfft wk ;'i.ns
kd OUT QI?TH A i.Altci: LOT
FROM A MANUFACTURES who
was ANXIOUS TO CUSAN i P
THE SAJULNCI OF ins SUMMER
STOCK, w I QOT THEM BJDIC
ri.orsi.v CUBAF and m ,KE
the SAVING TO TOO VERY
h.kasino.
Social-Personal
I Mast, r G.orgo Heard, of Boston,
Mass., is sp< tiding s..nio time with
Masters Raymond ami Irvm William
si.n, in Kast Hampton.
Mrs. OWM I^'sor an,| children, of
Baltimore, are the quests of Mr and
.Mrs. J< hn It. KimbMlv, at Old Coin..
Mrs. I^ser is the daughter of Om* 1 ?''
Kelix Agnus. editor ami owiii r of UM
Daltinu.re American.
' M.ss Josephine Daly has retimed
home, after a three wteks visit to
t Washington. BfU was accompanied
home hy h.-r sister, Miss Margaret,
who. having graduated from school on
June I, has oeen visiting a former j
1 classmate.
Mr. Jack Daly, of Upward ?tit* t,
who attends school in Washington. D.
IC. has gone to camp Namaohaug.
' LatM Sisifford, N. H., to camp for tlw
. siimm, r.
Miss Bessie Nottingham has IsR for
a visit of several days on the K.tst.rn
Shore of Virginia.
I Mrs. Stuart C. Rees, in Klondike.
Phoebus .has left for Baltimore, wh, IK
I she will attend a house party given to
i the members of th" graduating class
at Karmville, of which Mrs. Rees was
a memb'.r
i _
Mr. and Mrs. Krank M. Hoogs have
moved to their new home, "Hay'
Cnft" on the Boulevard.
Mr. C. C. Frost has r? turned from'
Yorkt. wn. where he participated in
the B:yan-.Nash wedding.
ENCAMPMENTS ENDS.
j Baptist Finirh Their Work at Buckroe
and Adjourn Sine Die.
The second annual meeting of th*|
Virginia Baptist encampment came (a
a close in the Buckroe Beach Casino j
i at noon after a week that j>roved of'
, profit and pleasure to the large num
I' Nt of visitors in attendance.
The closing nession of the encamp-j
, ment came to a close in the Buckroe
'Beach casino at neon yest.rday, after]
la week tnat proved of profit and picas
lure to the large numN r of visitors lit |
! attendance.
I The closing session of the encamp
|ment was devoted to the conclusion'
of addresses subjects by Rev. W. K.j
CulKm. of lyouisville; Rev A. T
RoN-rtson and the R, v J. T. Watt?
Prof Mitchell Carroll sit-o made a Ulkj
on The Adult Class" in the Sunday
schorl. During the afternoon most
of the delegates 1. ft for their homes.'
Blue is Brought Here.
Deputy Sheriff Edwic Curtis return' I
ed last n'ght from Wilmington. IM
with Andrew Blue a ne<jro, who is ]
wanted h?re on the charge of malici?
ous maiming The Governor of D> la- j
ware was a*k<-d to tnm over Blue to!
j the local anthorltwa by Governor!
Swansos.
PROF. WRIGhY*"ei_ECTED.
Randolph-Maeon Graduate it Principal
of Phoebus Greatffwl Schools. j
r>of Edward Wright was elected!
principal at Ib.- I%BSSsbj traded whooi i
la*t night by the Phoeh-is school
hoard. He ?nece^d? Prof J H HrnM
who has N?n principal of the school |
for the past three years.
Mr WrlgV is the ana of Rer W
P WrljtM. pastor of the Centrai Meth
?dist church. Hampton, and :? an A
M of Randolph Maron C*-lle*> 11>
graduated from the erliege this month
Gaaa to ??*?-.?#?
Mr Chaieea T Tavl?r wilt 1 ave to?
day for MofciV. Ala adjere he baa a
large plumbing contract
"Char'fy" oa yotrr pren-rlpOrm? ,
Is tBass frsa. Ui lm
PH(
GAME IS WS SLOW
Fort Monroe Qefeats Athletics on
New Park Diamond, 6 to 5.
MONROE'S SENSATIONAL CATCH
Balmer's Bad Balk, Coupled With]
I Heavy Hitting, Gave Game to Ar
Mensis?Bates Wild. But Finally'
Settles Down.
Vmi Monr IC m tented tin' Newport
: News Athletics in a slow and rather
uninteresting game on New Park dia-|
mood yesterdaj afternoon ky tan aottrei
ol ti to 5. It required nearly two
hours to llnlsh the contest and neith?
er team did any particularly brilliant'
work. ? I
the Artillerymen took a hitting
streak in the third session and by
bunching the hits, coupieu with a balk,
by Halmer, the Athletics' iwirler. se-.
cured two runs. In the seventh an?
other bombardment of Halmer, inculd |
(ing two two-baggers for ^t he Artillery-1
i men, added four nsir> runs for the'
: soldiers. Monroe's fine catch of Itard-1
] ford's hot one in the sixth session
robbed the Athletics of a run.
I Dates was a trifle wilti, but be-'
came effective and Ii s good pitching1
'fitter settling down, saved I he day fori
the ArtlUerlaats. Head, of Newport
? Nows, lindid three times on Hates]
making two two baggers and a single
lout of four times at bat.
j The Athletics made two runs tn the I
third, one in the sixth and in a grand'
rally in the eighth added two more. I
The line-up or the teams follows: {
? Athb tics? Mi uticastic 2I>: M. Foley
s. s; Ijand, e.f.: Head, r.f.; Kosten,
je; Hlaudford. I f ; Hureh. lb.; Stew-1
1 art, 3b.; Halmer, p.
I Artillerists ? Mat tin. Vermilion.
s.S.; Btooekhhooaee; Lay ton, c; An-]
nesser, Terry, c.f.: Lewis, l'b.; Terry,
r.f. c.f.; Andruss, lb; Kadler, 3b;
Zinkishki, r.f.
!..Score by innings: .. ?It
Fort Monroe . 002*0400*?6
I Athletics.. 00200102 0?&
I Summary: Karind runs. F"ort Mon?
roe 4. Two nase hits, R. ad 2, Mar?
tin Teery, Zinkowski. First base on ,
l<ills. off Hates, 2: iff Rainier. 3.
tStruck out. by Halmer, 4: by Rates, I
19. Left on liases. Athletics, 6; Fort
Monroe, S. Don pie plays. M Foley to
Mountcastle to Horcher. Wild pitch-]
|e- Rat<s. 2. Passed balls. Lay-ton, 2:
i Hlockhonse, 1. First base on errors,1
I BX Foley. Roatin 2. Bradford, Monroe,
Terry. Zim kowski. Hit by pitched
ball, Moiintcastl.\ Land. Time of
gime. lhour. ,"i2 minutes. I'mpiro.t
Joseph Dtestil.
MR. MOTLEY "POUNDED."
Congregation of the Church of Christ
Invades Pastor's Home.
I A number of the members of th.?
congregation of the Church of Christ.
went to the home of the Riv. W. R-l
Motley. 2?2 I>ee street, Friday niglP !
and iinm? H i'.?'?>? peiunded" the 4ivino j
..ir. Motley, however, accepted the "In. ^
vaston" with good temper and it is
not thought that a serious consequence |
W. N. Tigoor
HAMPTON'S BEST NOTION
STORF.
MONDAY
SPECIALS
Ijtrge Size Double Co*ted
Fnamel Ham Hoilers witlt tops.
perfect goods. Monday -89c
(Worth double i
I .arge Size IVoble Coated
Eramel IHsh Pans. 17 uts M??r.
day .S5c
Wi nh :.;?.
10c Itox Writing Papers, box
contains enveiopfs and paper?
good linen finish Monday
boa .5c
Men ? 2-V.White Dock Caps
with Week patent leather brim
Monday .**e
Gord Rise NaSWv Rerrlg.-m
tars with ice drainers and ?ben
for fond, etc Meaitfay .. $2-3?
Worth P
x\% p*H\ tou An let* ?>**?%fn
W. N. Tigoor
TMI BIG STOMb
Coe. Oween and WTwa Bits Ose,
Haasptoa, Vs. 'Fbooe Ml
)EBUS
mil follow onslaught, as wh. n
the crowd it-|t the |h.|i i .it minister
found that Iiis larder had keen bounli
fully supplied with BBkB] seasonable
lllillgs tu eat.
Alter the attacking party" had com?
pleted the invasion, : lie minister
and his wife cnterUln.il I lie u.iiors
for uii hour or more.
CAPr?SI?Vf?O*WILL
FILL BAP1IST PULPIT
Syrian Minister to Lecture in Presby?
terian Church at Morning
Service Today.
('it|>!alii Stevenson, chapl.Hii on tin
l iiiieil MlW liattleship Maine, will
ptiuh io tin- congregation of the
Hampton IIa;.list church Ibis evening,
it is likely that the chaplain ? II
give sunn facts in <onn. i-tion w.th tin
trip the shi|*s of the Atlantic squadron
made around the world. The pas'or
Rev. M. Pendlet II Joins D. i>., wi:i
conduct the set vices this morning.
Presbyterian Church.
Rev. Kaddoul Moghahyah. the Syr-'
ian poet, author and minister, w ID
coadiii t the services th s morning in
the Hampton Prisbyterian chtirch. He
will preach tin "The Shepiierd Song
on the Hills of 1/cbunuu. and will up.
pear lu the full garb of the Syrian.1
St. John's Church.
I'sual kit vices will be held in old
St. John's 1.copal 'church this |
morning and afternoon, and will be
in charge of the rector, Rev. Roverdy
Est ill, I?. 1)
Christian Science Services.
Christian iSch nee Services w ill lie
held this morning at II 0 clock at 4:t
llo)?e street. A testimonial meeting
will he held Wednesday. I
Church of Chirst.
Rev \V R. Motley, tin- pastor, will
occupy the pulpit of the Church of
Chr.st at both serves today, preaching
at 11 a. m.. on the subject - The Sac?
rifice of Servict?,'? and at s p. in., on
? Walking With Cod.' S inday school
will be held at 9:30 a. m. Prav. r
meeting will be held Widnesday night
at the usual hour.
Memorial Baptist Church.
This morning at 11 o'clock, lit v ?
T. It. McCauI will preach for us. At
the evening n* rvioe at S o'clock, our
paster, the Rev. C. A. Jenkins will
preach on the Pcurth Commandment ,
"keeping the .>ahhath Holy" (the flf'h
sermon in a s. rb-s of eleven sermons I.
Do not fail to hear Mr. McCau! this
morning, as he is a preacher of repu?
tation. The public is cordially Invite.l
to hear our pastor, the Rev. C. A.
Jenkins at the evening si rvlce.
Men's Itible Glass will meet prompt-'
ly*at 10 o'clock, and all men are In?
vited. . i
Sunday school at 9:.to a. m. {
Prayer meeting ev.ry Wednesday,
eveuing at 8 o'clock.
The Meek Man Retorts.
"Fountain pens," snapped the nag
ging wife, "remind me of some hin?
bands."
"What is the resemblance?" ven?
tured the meek, little man.
"Expensive, can't be depended u|Kin
won't work, and half the time they j
are broke."
"That's pretty rough. Maria, but
you couldn't compare a fountain pen
with some women."
"I guess not."
"No; a fountain pen will dry up.
and some wives won't"
An then he made lor the surbur
ban trolley and made a bee Itne ror
town.?Chicago News. j
When is a Horse Not a Horse?
tattle Muriel flew Into tue bouse,
flushed and breathless.
"Oh, mother," she erted: "don-i
scold me for being late to tea, for j
I've had such a disappointment: a>1
horse fell down and they said that
they were, going to send for a horse
doctor, so of course I had to stay.
And after I'd waited and watted, he
came, and oh. Mother, what do you
think? It wasn't a horse doctor at an.
It was only a man!"?Everybody s
Magazine.
Sentiments! Criminals.
In his home the typical criminal ts
sentimental toward his family: he is
abjectly indulgent with his children,
to wbe.ro be msy not leave the
heritage of a decent name, ano who.
he knows, are often made to share
the >or:ai . si racism that be h'tris**!
finds so bitter If possible, be con?
ceal from those at hom.? the ugly
character of bis business ?July
First Methodist.
Rev George RF. Wray. the* pastor
will pear h to h.s BBBBRBjRwRi at both
services todsy. This morning at 11
ocl ck his sw' jert m i'.i he "Th Chri--'
Han s approach to the Thmae of
t.race" Tonlabt he will apeak on
? roaqoerors Through Christ " Th?o
serasoa will be owe "f the series ow
the e.gb'b rhaptre'of
Cannibal Bhark.
An Australian paper
capture of a shark 15 feat eta Inches
feet girth,
a fwilslx-d
and another shark Ore feet loa?.
At Hell ? Cat Rate Dnag
aar? ar? ?4.a4S
> AND QL
k si irres?!
v_
Negro Thief Makes off With kfeli
Known Lady's Purse. |
NEWPORT NEWS AVEMUE THE SCENE
Bold Act Cause? Considerable Excite?
ment on One of the Most Popular
Throughfaces in City?Officers Fall
to Locate Man.
A mgrn pockoil .on snath IBM ere.
at? ,| consiuci able e\< ileuieni ill New
l?crt News avenue last night by slip
ping nil behind Mrs. George \V. Guy
ami taking feat piwsc linni h-r (tan.I
ami then escaping hi i ho duik. 'i'he
purse contained s.'t In silver. 1
Mrs. Guy, who bad been duwn town
ma I. Ing purchases, was retarotai
(MB*, She nulled a negro behind
her in? she walked up Newport News
avenue. Just as she starf? d to enter
tne gate leading to Mr home the un?
known mini ran up. grabbed her purse
and jerked It from her hands. The
togro then took to his heels and
cuped. Mrs. tiny gave the alarm BBS
h?T call for assistance was soon re?
spond'd I" A mos; ihori 'igh search
of the section failed to locate th- man
and Mrs. Guy is nimble to give any
very, definite di script on of the hold
thief.
The r?.' liery was report'd I I Sin riff
It. K. Curtis an i the , tt> BOJIdb d"
l>art men t. The officers went t i the
sjsit and made a long hunt, but the
man l?de mtido tfnod his scape.
WANTED.
WANT BD smiths premier
Typewriter In gi od order, ,1'se of
for .'! mouths. For particulars can
or address :,| Hope street, Hamp?
ton. 27
FOR RENT.
POB It I'N'T?A KT HR AI'CI'ST l,".th.
the store now occupied y C.
Iturges?two stores containing IJfcM
fiM?l of Hoor space. W. W. RICH?
ARDSON.
KOR RENT?THK STORE AND
ware room above, located between
Congdon's Drug Store and T. Klrs
ner's doming Store. Apply to C KO.
A. SCHMELZ. Newport News. Va. i
FOR SALE.
WE BUY. SEEK. AND REPAIR *n
Hand Furniture. The While Front
Auction House, 115 W. Queen St.
FOR SALE OR RENT?TWO-STORY
and attic frame building on Klon
dyke avenue, Phoebus, a. m. I.,
fronting |M feet on Phoebus Ray,
containing nine rooms and bath,
steel range and furnace. Good
boating, bathing and Ashing. C. B.
WAGONER. Phoebus, Vs. 6 4-tf
FOR SAKE?INCEST AND CEDAR
Posts, also all other kinds. Elec?
tric Saw and Planing Mill. A. M.
TENNIS, pronrie or, foot of Shields
street, Hampton.
FOR CITY TREASURER.
To the Voters of Hampton:
I am going to be a candidate for
city treasurer in the Democratic pri?
mary fo be held here on August 5th.
and I would greatly appreciate your
support and vote. My long residence
here and the ex|?erienee I obtainea
as county treasurer In my opinion
fit me for the ofnre.
Im. JESSE S. JONES.
ledger, day
And All Blank Books
at LOWEST
Prices
Passid Payer. 10c. 15c <S
?'
li-hers .
l" ,. .'.ar BBBMbMsjs sbb ts BMM
Sere
Picture Framing A
Specialty
eircalattac library will j
?
THE STANDARG
BOOK & STATIONERY COMPANY
Swccesaort to Irvne Chnt
tian Co.
AUGUSTA HOTEL BUILDING.
D POINT
Aaatt liatfaec*. i ? North klag Mretti Mala tatnaa?, 12-14 Waat ?u??a ?Iriat
Floral Printed Silk Mull
regular 25c hind for 17c
A NICE ASSORTMENT 0 T PRINTED SILK MULL IN BEAUTI?
FUL FLORAL PATTERNS?O L'R REGULAR TWENTY FIVE
CENT GRADE, WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT 17c A YARD.
ROWE'C
i>t iMumi Nt aioui : HAMPTON. \ a 4*\\m^^^*wW
RAN'ONE BROTHERS
Monday Sale!
June 28th, 1909
1.000 YARDS WTDR EMBROIDERY.11c yd.
SALE COMMENCR8 AT 9 O'CLOCK.
RANSONE BROTHERS
8 and 10 West Queen Street.
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA
RENTAL LIST
12 ROOM HOUSE, ail modern conveniences. VICTORIA AVK. per
month $:!.'>.on.
I-ROOM HO ?BE, all modern convenience*, large yard aud stable
CKNTElt ST. Bar month $25.00.
lu-ROOM HOUSE, bath, electric lights, large lHirches, good lot,
CENTER ST . |M.BI sat month.
7-ROOM HOCfiE,*t>eautlful yard, NEWPORT NEWS AVE . $20.00
per month \\ .II install hath as soon as sewer 1? laid.
PUHNISHKD Hoi'SE OF '1! rooms, all modelu conveniences, South.
King Si.. tBOBai
PURNI8HRD HOUSE, BUCKROE, 7 rooms on water tront for
the sca-on. $225.0".
OTHER HOUSES ALL SECTIONS. SEE OUR LIST BEFORE
RENTING.
FOR SALE
A ten room house, with bath, electric lights, good lot. for I160Q.OO,
centrally located In I'HOEttiUS, renting for $15.00. Terms arranged to
suit.
Nice home of seven rooms on Chnpel St., a bargain at $1675.00.
Half acre near car barn and Immediately on the car track for $550,
Easy payments.
Modern Home on La Salle Ave. for $2700.00, near the car, and on
feims that would surprise you.
TEN ROOM HOUSE, with bath, in East End, lot about 60x120?In
nice shape, for $2:;no.ii0?$150.00 eash> balance $20.00 per month.
M. H. MORGAN & CO.,
Nos. 9-11 N. King St. Hampton, Va.
HENRY L. SCHMELZ, FRANK W. DARLINO,
President. Vice-President.
iBankOT Hampton
HAMPTON. VIRGINIA
ITS THE OLDEST AND LARGEST IN EITHER HAMPTON or
NEWPORT NEWS.
Capital, ? - $100,000.00
Surplus, - - ? $140.000.00
Deposits Over One Million Dollars!
The only designated depositary In 'he State of Vlrglaft to East?
ern Virginia. We make loans on Real Estate?NOT PROHIBITED?
as are the National Ranks. ?eV.
4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
NELSON S. GROOME, - - - Cashier
FOR RENTl
BUCKROE COUAGE
Directly on waterfront.
-ALSO ?
FURNISHED COTTAGE
tor Half of .\ngn?t.
Modern Houses in ft// Stclions of Hampton.; Virginia.
M O LACKEY Maaafer
THE PHILLIPS LACKEY CO.,
(Incorporated |
RIAL ESTATE :: RENTS .. 10a1*S 2 BONOS
FIRM lXSlKANCK-A I CTIOSKERS
1$ t. QUEEN STRUT HMffTON, tt>#M.

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