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NATIONAL LEAGUE,
Iii Results Yesterday.
* Philadelphia. .!; Plttsburg. o.
'Jiow York. 3, Si !
>DUIS. 4 (eleven 1U
Brooklyn,
Boaton, 1,
6; Chicago,
CIlK illllUII
f Standing of the Clubs.
Won Lost
Ps&sburj.
DDJoago. .">!
JHaw York_ 4?;
Qaclnnaii.<. 4.'
Pnlladolptila.I
St. Louis. 33
Brooklyn.* 2a
Boston . 23
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Results Yesterday.
Cleveland, it; Boston, 4.
St Um.s, o, Philadelphia, 2.
Detroit, I; New York ti.
Chicago, ti; Washington, 1.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won l>utt
22
28
SI
3?
44
44
Detroit
P.C
.731
HI Phllad- Iphia. 48
itoston . :m
Cleveland . 4*?
New York. :!7
Chicago. 37
St. I.ouls. 35
??7
JUS
.436
.42?
MVJ
30
33
M
3?
45
45
4?
mm* Washington
P.C.
.t?3j
.j?3
.0*5
,&e4f
.451
.451
417
.313
Where Thsy Plsy Today.
Chvav?) at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York.
Cincinnati at Huston.
, Plttsburg ut Philadelphia.
Eagan's Timely Hit.
BOSTON. MASH., July SO.?Kgans
Bit in the seventh with two men un
bases gave Cincinnati the victory ovei
Boston, the dual score being 2 to 1
Score: K 11 I
Cincinnati .... 0000 0 0 200?2 7 0
Boston. 0 000000 lx?l 7 0
Batteries: Kowan and Meltau; r'rw
tnsou and Smith. Time, 1:45. Urn
O'Day.
Where They Plsy Today.
Bohtoti at Clevclauu.
Phillies Shut Out Pirates.
PHILADELPHIA, PA., July 20.?
Pitts burg was shut out today by Phlla
delpiiia J to ". through the excellen
(etching of OorrMon and his good su|
jtort. Not a Pittsburg player reached
second baae.
Score:
Philadelphia
Pittsbung . .
dlatt rles:
Philippe and Gibson
pire, Klein.
Chicago Make? it Three.
CHICAGO, ILLS., July SO rilWbJil
won Its third consecutive game from
Washington ti to 1 Unlay.
Score; U II E
Chicago. 0 00 1 0 2 0 3 g??! ? 9
Washington .. 11 I ? 0 HI o? 1 7 1
Batteries: White and Sullivan;1
Wltbrup, Altrock und Street. Time,!
1:30. empires, Evans and Pirrlne. I
H Ii K
, 10 0 0 0 0 1 1 x?3 Hi
DO 0 U0 Otlt)0?0 4
Comidoti and Doofh;
Time, l'SS. I'm
St Louis Wins in Eleventh.
NEW YORK, July 20.?Doubles by
Jphtlps and Evans, the latter a former
member if tile local team, gave St
Louis a 4 to 3 decision over New York
today In an lt-inotug game.
Score: R H E
St. Louis . 200 01000 001?4 10 1
New York .00000,100 0 00?3 1U 1
Batteries: iSallee and Pbelpe; Mat
beweon, Crandall and Myer. Time,
2:2"). Umpires, Kane and Emails,
Shut Out for Cleveland.
CLEVELAND OHIO, July 20.?Bos?
ton defeated Cleveland 4 to t) today.
Wood was very effective with men on
ibascs and was bucked up by sensa?
tional fielding. Errors gave Boston ;l
of its 4 runs.
Score: R H E
Cbwoland_ I 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0?0 t? 3
Boston . -_0 1O0OIOO2?4 10 1
Batteries: Eulkenburg, Sllton and
Easterly; Wood and Donohue. Time,
1:40. Umpires, Sheridan and K^ln.
Morgan Puizled 'Em.
ST. LOUIS. MO.. July 20? St. lxiuls
batters could not solve Morgan's de?
livery today and Philadelphia won I
to 0. Captain Davis Wt another long
home run In the seventh inning, the
ball clearing the left Held bleacher s
fence.
Score. K H E
St I?uis _ 00000 0 00 0?0 5 I
Philadelphia 0 1 0000 1O0?2 I 0
Butteries: Petty. Bailey and Stfr
phens: Morgan and Livingstone. Time,
1. Unn?irts, Hurst and O'Loughllu. ,
Three Runs Without a Hit. |
DETROIT. MICH.. July 2?.? today g
game was tossed off by Detroit in thti
seventh when New York *?M| three
runs without a hit or without putting
?he ball out of the Inneld. With two
out Donovan issued thrie passes. fore
Hit Redeems Error.
BROOKLYN. N Y . July 80 ? An er?
ror by McEleven gave Chicago ?
chance to rally in the ninth today and
tie the score, but he redeemed himself Ing in a man who was on third. Two
with a tlmelv single in the last hair errors followed soor.ng two mare. All
that brought Clemen, across w.th the of New York's runs were made u.U.
winning run. ,wo out- ? ,. .
K H i
020000003-5 ? I OMNK ?. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1 5 4
00300020 1-4? U 2 New York .... 0 0 o o 1 o 3 0 2-b ? 3
Pfeister. HUgglnhothaui Batteries: l?iiov*n and Scbniid..
Hunter, -Meint vre and Warbop and Kleinow Tune, i:tb.
lift Umpires, John- Umpires, Egan and Connolly.
Score:
Chicago .. ..
Brooklyn ...
Batteries:
ami Archer:
Bergen. Tim
atone and*' Itigler.
VIRGINIA LEAGUE.
CHRISTIE MATHEWSON
HAS FINGER BR0KEN\
Results Yesterday.
Lynchburg, 2, Richmond. 0 (first St*r Pitcher Will be ,i
Richmond 0 (second
Ham.
Lynchburg,
(name).
Portsmouth, 2: Roanoke, 0.
Danville, 6; Norfolk. |.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won Lost
Roanoke . 43 32
Norfolk. 3g 32
Danville._ ?9 3
RJchmond. 35 39
Lynctotau-g. 34 3g
PortsnsHjih. 2* 45
Weeks, and New York's Pennant
Chances Are Slim.
Where They Play Today.
Richmond at Lynchburg.
Roanoke at l\>rrsmouth.
Norfolk at Danville.
WANTED IN VORK COUNTY
Haawkiah Rowland. Arrested bv Lacai
Set Ice. Paces Robbery Charge.
m Heaeklah Ren? land. a nineteen-year.
Old negro boy. was arrested in York
eoonty last night by Detective Ser
instant H??irv Bridgers and Patrolman
[pNejiaun sod locked up at the station
5~fc0WBe on the charge of being a fngl
l tSve from Justice. H* la wanted in
*fcrk connty on a burglary charge
P Ttse aethorrtie? of York county wn;
im? act aft. d ?oder of Rowland's arrest
zMbfl an cHRcer will ceroj be re to take
?VStBck to York for trial
-
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK. July 20?New York s
chances for the National League pen?
nant received a serious setback this
P(j afternoon when, In the swvenlh innin*
.5?X of the game with St. Louis, Christie
..'?43 Mathewson. the team's star pitch* r.i
M&) had the second finger of his loft hand]
MM) broken in stopping a liner from Dele
t,-> hanty'a bat. Mathewson has been N'ew|
.pet York's one consistent winner this sea?
son, am] has not heen defeated since|
May 24.
Mathewson left the game lmmedl-|
ately and the s.irgeou who attend, d I
btni reported that it would be at least!
two weeks before ne could twiri again.
Manager McGraw was hanking hoavilyf
on Mathewson >n the series with Chl
?a?o, start.ng Thursday.
Pack Atkin Easy Winner.
(By Associated Press).
EMPIRE CITY. N Y . July 20 -J*ek!
At kin. heavily played favorite at 7 fol
* ??sJly won the Fleet wing handicap,
six furlong*, here today. He was a[
trifle *Jow to break hut Powers ruaftej
him up through the fte-, >nd M
far turn was In front leading by balf
a length. From there to the wire be
gradually increased bis advantage and
won by throe lengths
Diamonds Reset
Watches Repaired
Jewelry Mended
We h?Tc the LsTgent inri most op to-date rspair depart
" in the Hty, and we take a pride in turning out erery
of work in a flret-claaa manner.
Diamond Sitting and Floe Watch Repairing a Specialty
tfges Always ItesstonahiV Work Alwaj,* (Inaianteed
J. J. PALMER'S SONS,
Lseding Jewelers. 2?0fi Wsshin|ton Are
?STASL.1SHC0 1002.
WAITING FOR MORGAN
Stock Market Dull. Pending Finan?
cier's Return from Europe.
PUSHERS OF STEEL DISTURBED
Suggestion That Expected Increaee In
Dividend Has Not Been Determined
on Scores Holders of Stock Above
70?Time Money Firm.
(fly Associated Preso.)
NEW YORK, July 2d?The stock
mark't today might be said to have
Leen wui'lng on the return of J. P.
Morguu, whoy-i arrival from Europe
is expected tomorrow. The aggres
ajf? pushers of the receut advance
in Vnited States Steel were dlsturb
td by a suggestion that the expected
increase in the dividend had not been
determined on and might be considered
as impossible.
Holders of the I'nlted States Steel
ubove 70 do not view with equani?
mity the prospect of continuing to
hold the stock as a 2 per oent divl
dj ml payer and even the suggestion
o! a 3 per cent rate leaves a lack of
assurauie amongst recent speculative
buyers.
The dragging tendency of United
States Steel proved an obstacle to
the efforts te advance prices and
more than once pulled the market
lack after it had set out for higher
levels. Interest attached to the news
that the Cnion Pacific had sold its
$:n,0nu,uun holdings of Atehison pre?
ferred to a syndicate under the di?
rection of its own bunkers. Union
Pacific sold 1-8 higher than its form
er record.
Time money held its firm tone and
foreign exchanges roses sharply, giv?
ing to lor to predictions that further
large shipments of gold to Argentina
remains to be made.
Buodfl were firm. Total sales pat
value f It IB JOB I" s. 4s registered
declined 1-4 per cent in the bid price.
Total sales today. (30,10(1 shares, in?
cluding: Sugar. 30?; t'. ? <>. 31,100;
L. b \..l.:'to; \ y. Central, 80JM;
N. ft W.. 2.!>ot); Heading. 16,100; Rock
Island. 72.HH); Sloss Sheffield, f00;
Southern Railway, tSJOO; pfd, too:
Tennessee :'. pper, fit Mi; I' P.. 81JM0;
I'niteil States Steel, OS..r>0(i; V. C C.
Closing List.
Allis Chalmers prd.r?l%
Amalamuutcd Copper . 82%
Am rlcan Agricultural . 40
American lieet Sugar.MM
American Can jrfd. 82%
American Car & Foundry.t>:l%
American Cotton Oil .7514
American Hide ft Leather ptd .. 41%
American Ice Securities.JD^s
American Linseisl ._. 16%
Am rlcan Ixicomotlve . (S3
American Smelting & Refln. .. 941?
Ameri'.an Smelting A. Refln. pfd 111%
American Sugar Refining. 127
American Tel. ft Tel. 14??*
American Tobacco, pfd . 100%
American Woolen . 35%
Anaiomla Mining Co. 47%
Atehison . 116%
Atchiaoa ,^fd. 164%
Atlantic Coast Laie. 131
llaltimore ft Ohio. 115?'
Hahimore 41 Ohio ptd . 91%
11. thelehetn Steel.30%
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.Wt%
Canadian Pacific . 186%
Central l^eather . 32%
Central Leather pfd. !l>i>%
Central of New Jersey.287
Chesapeake ft Ohio. ?9%
Chicago ft Alton . 68%
Chicago Great Western. 1
Chicago ft Northwestern . 18*
Chicago. Mil. ft <St. Paul - 136%
C, C. C ft St. Louts . H
Colorado Fuel ft Iron.**%
Colorado ft Southern . 56
Colorado * Southern 1st pfd .. 81
Colorado ft Southern 2nd pfd .. 80%
Consolidated Gas . 1*?
Corn Product*. 2314
Delaware ft Hudson . M%
Denver ft Rio Grande. 48%
H tu er ft Hk> Grande pfd . 84%
Distillers' Securities.37%
Erie. 37*
Erie 1st pfd . m
Erie 2nd pfd . 44
General Kttttric.
Great Northern pfd.*il
Great NorThern Ore Ctfs. 7*
Illinois Central.
Interborooam M?t. 1?%
InterU rough Met. pfd . *j%|
Inter. Harvester.
Inter-Marine ;>fd .
International Paper.1*'
International Pomp. 3*1
h.sra Ceeitral . 2u%
Kansas City Souther*.
Kansas City Southsrn pfd - 72%
Umisvllle ft Nashville . 1*2
Minneapolis ft St. 1/ouls. ^
Mlaa..? P ft Sault* M. .... 1*3
ft Tesae. ?-%l
MtasMirl Kaaaa ft Texas pfd .. 72
National Kuwait. 10* I
National I^ead . **%]
Nat! Bye of Meatro 1st pfd .. M%
New York Ceatral . 124%
New York. Onwarto ai Weatera 52%
Norfolk ft Weatera .???
North Anserteam . ?
Northern Pact** . 1?2%J
fAasflr Mall . *>%
PmnsvlvaaM.12*%|
rVoa+s One . 11?
P.tleburg. C C ft basils .... ?
Presaesl Bteet Car ?*%
Pullman l*?laee t ar .. 1SS
R^iiwwv Basal Berta*. ?*
aJ
Kock: latent Co. ?rfd . 75%
dt Louis ft San KT?n Jlld ^ ??^
?t IXltliS S.?,!!!, *< .,| ;? .
St. Louis Southwestern old _ (3
SIosn Shcffhid Steel ti Iron .. M
Southern Pacific . 134%
Southern Railway.31V?
Soul hern Railway pfd.<i'?
Tenne??*. Cupper . 37
Texaa ft Pacific . 34%
I Tob do, ?t. laillls ft VVeat. 4?%
lolcdo, St. Louis ft Lest, pfd 6'-?%
I Union Pacific. I?X%
(Union Pacific pfd . 106%
1 I nited Htatee Realty . x;>%
I'nlted States Rubber. .?%
DuHad states steel.u%
Ullitod Statin Steel pf,t . 127%
Utah Copp. r . 4?%
j Virginia Carolina Chemical _ U
JWaioish. 21%
IJWabash pfd. M
' Western Maryland . ?%
WeatlntthiMiMO Electric. H
VWstern l'nion . 7-':*i
? %m h'ig & Lake Krle ."6
I Wisconsin Central . hHg
I Standard Oll. Bfl
Chicago Gram and Produce.
CHICAGO. ILLS., July 20. -Perfect
weather for harvesting cans d a furth"
er slump In the price of wheat toduy
for July wheat on the board of trade
The more distant deliveries, liowev? r,
were strung on talk of damage by liol
weather in the northwest. At the
close the July d* livery showed a Bat
loss of 1% ceuts, while other opl.ons
were % ceut to 1 cent higher. Corn
and oat* closed strong, and pruflsiuns
steady.
High. Low. Close
Articles
Wheat
July .
I Sept.
Dec. ?,
May .
I Corn?
July .
?Sopt. .
IX c. ,
Mav .
(Oats?
.iui> .
Sept. .
Dec ..
May
Open
. 118
. 110%
. 107
. lit)
. 70%
. 65%
. 0?
. .76%
. 45%
. 40%
41
43%
118%
111%
10S%
1U%
71%
6?%
56%
57%
gf
41%
41%
44
11?%
l!o%
107%
110
70%
65%
55%
5?%
45%
40%
40%
43%
117%
111%
lots
110%
71%
tili'S
btfJj
41%
41%
44
Mess Pork per bbL?
July ... 20.87%20.87%20.S5 20.85
Sept. .. 21.05 21.10 21.00 21.07%
j Lard, per 100 Iba.?
Julv ... 11.70 11.70 11.70 11 70
Sept. .. 11.72%11.72%11.70 11 72%
Oct. ... 11.65 11.67%11 65 11.05 ^
j Short Ribs, per 100 lbs.?
Julv ... H.47%11.47%11.47%11.471,2
Sept .. 11.42%11.45 11 40 11.45
Oct. ... 11.10 il.17%11.10 lll-'j
I New York Money Market.
NKW YORK, July 20 ?Money on
call easy; 1 %a2 per cent: ruling rate,
1%; closing bid. 1%, offered at 1%.
Time loan s rather dull and tinn?
er; sixty days, 1% to 2 get
cent, and ninety days, 2% to 2% por
?cent; six months, 3% per cent.
Close: Prime mercantile i>aper, 3%
to 4 per cent; sterling exohang. Unit
with actual busineas In bankers' bills
at 4.86.10 for sixty day bills, and at
4.87.45 for demand; commercial MUa,
4.85*a4.85%; bar silver, 51; Mexican
dollars, 44. _ ?
Baltimore Grain Market.
J BALTIMORE. MD.. July 2".?
WHEAT?easy; spot contract. 11.22;
southern by sample, tllSBfl Jt;
southern on grad . fl.l6a$1.20.
CORN?quiet; spot contract. 78%.
OATS?dull; No. 2 mixed. 53%a.">4. j
RYE?ncmlnal; No. 2 western do?
mestic, 80 asktsi.
BOLIVIAN MINISTER
ORDERED FROM ARGENTINA
President of Republic is Offended Be?
cause Bolivia Refuse* to Accept
Boundary Decision.
BUENOS AYRB8. July 20?The Ar?
gentine government has sent passports I
to the Bolivian minister here, ordering!
hum to bare Bucnoa Ayres wtihin 24)
hours. The government has also tele?
graphed Senor Ponzoce. Argentine!
minister to Bolivia to Rave I .a Pas]
?i.imed lately.
The action of the Argetine govern?
ment follows the refusal of Bolivia to j
accept the decision of Argentina In tbej
matter of tbe boundary dispute ha>
raven Bolivia and Pern.
The Bolivian minister today advised
the Argentine govern ose? t that Boll?.?
had decided to submit to parliament
Tor consideration of the srbttral awarj
rendered by President Alcorda. In ao
ditkm the Art? ntlne repwH< has taken
. hVnse at the action of the Pre*,dent
of Uotlvt*, who It is asserted, has sent
rircwlars to the prefects throogno;*
the eoaatry easting reBecOoas am
Argentine government
Fetal Mir.?
fT4y Aseorls'ed Frees 1
I^XDOKNTIKREER. PER?A July |
!?.?Sixteen miners were killed hv no j
of fire daanp la a mine at
fee'SI mrt ?em^5*1^5' ef I
- It r-m t>? . ? (
1 tsMsn Tvk*as
?1 55* 52ST r*'?*m?sr M MsT s rtsas W
^ sma tvwh as safe en* e* uv*
ogjat r?? ts jgetj iww>. TIM* TOTTI ?>
X?r*sncisVtr
+*JL F. . t-?EL I? Idftl
flrf* fj^ ws j mm. s>-ews ? ,1
**? ?ssnu? e^vsawe*baesMM
"-^ w *^T** wa^?w? ???
^|sg
(IF
WE
You give us a chance to figure
on your ELECTRICAL work
Get the job.
You will save a quarter
on each dollar.
FAN AND MOTOR REPAIR ^ORK?
OUR SPECIALTY. ALSO NICKEL PLATING
Singer Electric Co.,
Electrical Engineers and Contractors
232 Twenty-fifth Street. Bell Phone, No. 904.
WANTED.
FOR SALE.
WANTED? YOU TO STOP FUEL I
itiK blue, Mi ktMW a. ?'booster.'" i
This is the best rity to invest in. I
and we give you tho best bargains I
In the rfty. W. T. CHAPIN ft CO. I
KM] Estate, Insurance, Loans ft
Rents. -'0.
Foit BALE RUNABOUT AND KAR.
ness, good as new; Cheap. Apply
91? Twenty sixth St. 2."..
WANTED?A GOOD. YOUNG WORK
horse, weighing from J Ith? to 1900
pounds. Apply at OED DOMINION
LAND COMPANY'S OFFICE. Hotel
Warwick Building. tf.
WANTED?TO BUY, SELL, OR Ex?
change, furniture and stores, C. W.
LEWIS, 2502 Huntington avenue.
[ WANTKH ?TL'NANT To STOP PAY
ing rent and buy that six room and
bath dwelling with bath, and two
lots in good location. Only $1,
Reasonable terms. W. T. CHAPIN
ft CO., Reai Estate, Insurance
Rents. 20.
FOB SALE EN CELLE NT BUILDING
lot for colored man, near Chestnut
Ave. Only $2oti, $25 cash. $10 per
month. Good place to build Cot?
tage. BOM M ERVILLK TRUST CO.,
lac 21.
FOR SALE?STORE AND DWEL
ling on paved thoroughfare. Novv
renting at $lso per annum. Reduc?
ed to $1.200. I*ays 15 |>or cent. City
water and electric lights. This is
a bargain and you must see it. BOM
MERVILLE TRUST CO., Inc. 21
JL
SPECIAL NOTICE.
IE I CAN SECURE ENOUGH PUPILS
to warrant it I will open school of
w restling, boxing, lung and physical
culture in this city. Those desiring
to enter such classes will communi?
cate with me, addressing general de
livery. Prices reasonable. E. ZEL1?
25.
I WHEN IN NEED OF STONE
churns, stone Jar. fish boilers, Japa?
nese lanterns, Jiird cages, or wil?
low wash baskets, remember we car
ry a full line. HAHN S. 3204 Wash?
ington Ave. If
[iF YOU FAIL to BUT TOUR P?RNI
ture of the Harvey Furniture Co
you don't gpt the small price. Give
them a call. Tho saving will sur
prise you. Cash or crediL Store
22? Twenty eighth street. 21
VISIT THE COOLEST POOL AND
billiard parlor in the city, r- MIL?
KENS. 2609 Washington Ave.
I HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD BIILS?
We can collect them. Guaramee to
collect or no charge. CEO C
BLAND, room 2. Coleman Bldg.
NORFOLK TALIOW CO.?DEAD
animals removed fr^e. of charge by
C. H. SCHOFIELD. phone ?4L,
Hampton, Va.
FOR FIRST CT .ASS JOB PRINTING
SEE WARWICK PRINTING CO.
213 Twenty fifth street tf
GET YOUR FRUIT JARS IBM
HAH VS. .rj04 Washington Ave. tf.
FOR SALE?THAT CHOICE RESI
dence comer of 2Sth. St. and Madi?
son avenue. Eleven rooms and bath,
all conveniences, three lots, light,
airy and convenient. Isow price.
W. T. CHAPIN CO.. -'?? Wasii
ington. 20.
IN EVERY RESPECT "WHALE?
BONE" is the best built and nicest
trimmed buggy ever offered for the
price?$48.50 cash, including top. it
is a big value. MILLER ft GLEA
SON, Newport News ,;'id Hampton,
tf.
FOR SALE?NO 1?41 23 ST. I ROOMS,
bath, sewer, stationary- wash stand,
gas plumbing, range. Only $1,20.\
$300 cash. $250. at $5 i>or month. M
- sume, $65o?straight I per cent loan
running until May, 1911 If you have
not all the cash payment in hand we
will lend you part of it. SOMMER
VIELE TRUST CO., Inc. 21
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE IN NHWI'uRT
NEWS, VIRGINIA., CORNER THIR?
STY SEVENTH STREET AND
HFN'TINGTON AVENUE.
IK'fault having been made In the
payment of the debt secured In a cer?
tain deed of trust from George C
C.uvernator and wife,, bearing date
March 2i:rd. 1901, and reeovdM in the
Clerk's Office of the Corporation Court
of N'cwpeirt News. Virginia, in Deed
Rook No. 20. page No. 111. and having
been requested so to do by the bene?
ficiary therein named, I will, on Sat?
urday, the 2ltb day of July, 1909, at
2 o'clock p. m., in front of the Silsby
building, on the corner of Twenty-sev?
enth street ami Washington avenue.
protpOd to sell, at public auction, the
property described in the said deed of
trust, as follows:
All those certain lots of land,
known and designated as lots No. "t
and No. .'12 in Block No. 277 on Map
of part of the City of tfoarport News.
Virginia, duly recorded in the Clerk's
Om e of the Corporation Court of the
City of Newport News, Virginia, in
Plat Book No. 1. page No. 3.
The undersigned, by order, entered
in the Corporation Court of the said
city on February ISth. 1909. was duly
substituted trustee in the place and
stead of A. C. PEACHY, deceased,
said order being recorded in Deea
Book No. 25, page No. 296.
Terms: Cash. $100 00 deposit requir?
ed at the sale.
GEORGE N. WISE,^
substituted Trontee.
W. T. iTIAPIN, Crier.
FOR SALE?CHOICE WEST AVE
nue dwelling, lo rooms and bath,
only 14*999. Easy terms. W. T.
CHAPIN ft CO.. Real Estate, Rents.
Loans A Insurance. 20.
WANT FURNITURE AT BARGAIN
prices? Visit our July cash sale.
Save one-third to one-half. HAR?
VEY FURNITURE CO.. 22? Twen?
ty eighth street. 27.
The Newport News & Old
Poiot Railway &
Electric Co.
Will run cars oa Twenty
seventh strert from JcaTiSBSOJ
avenue to Oak avenne, going
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT?CHEAPEST OFFICES
in eitv. corner Washington Ave
r-.d Thirtieth St.. second door. $5O0
per roooib. Apply to WM C
STUART. Firs/ National Bank
v 1?.
FOR SALE?40-ACRE FARM ON I
branch of Back River, two miles |
from Hampton, six miles from eith?
er Newport News or Old Point j
comfort, va. n-w ten-room dwell- to and from Hampton. wLilc
Ing. concreted cellar; water In |
house: excellent drainage: au iTwent\-t-ighth rtreet is being
necessary outbuildings; 32 1-2 acres'
under cultivation. 2 1-2 grazing
marsh, five woodland. Farm 75 per
cent wire fenced. Address T. B.
TYLER. R. No 2. Hampton. Va. 8-5.
paved and nntil the concrete
is properly fettled.
FOR SALE?FINE SHONTNOER ' ?jf QR 0 E R OF CITY ENGINEER
Organ, cost $120. will sell for halt ' liiu.hi. 1.1.
In fine condition, practically as
good aa new. Addreas "ORGAN,'
care Dally P~?. tt
FOR RENT?LARGE. WELL LOCAT?
ED store room, formerly oceop<?*d
by T. W. JUDKINS Teraaa very
reasons M# For Inform a* ion apply
Dalle Pres. often_
JHjMME R BOARDERS WANTED
WANTED?BOARDERS IN P1.EAS
ant country boane Dos 15. Red HUL
Va. 25.
EDUCATIONAL.
F;a fc?:s
IBRSE t?
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STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS
TRANSFER COMPANIES.
OLD DOMINION BAOOAOR TKAVS
9>r; oface? C ft O. Station Tansies.
Cits, and Bell S3 13.
UNDERTAKERS
w c rouse
OfAoo a no SSBT.em 990-130 BBS St
'?"????? SL Pa*. 109
Newport News Building ft Loan Assn.
Newport News. Va. Jnly 1st. ISM.
The annual meet Ing of the stock?
holders of the Newport New? Bu'tdinc
ft l.oon Association win be held in
the Directors Room of tbe CBIrens ft
Msrlne Bank on Thursday. Atoms! 5th.
1?**. ttnmndlately upon tbe adjonrn
ment of the Directors' meeting, which
convenes at ? o'clock p M
I S W R. VEST. Secretary
J. HUGH CAFFEE
FUNERAL DfRBCTOB AND BOS
hahser. Ofoeo Twos*. BoB M0
Cits. No. L RmIImsi, BeTl No. 41
jjtar Restaurant
FOR LADIES ANO OCNTLEMEM.
^ awatlernen offers a special rate
'^Bf oer bsssraVrs. by
iw\ SSOSJth BMI I M7 wet
Ma. Sen M. 211
Mr. Property Owner
I Can Save You Money on Yoor
Roofing, Tinning,
Guttering and Spouting
?r anyttng in the Sheet Metal Line.
Workmanship and Material Goar
antes d.
?. B.
DENN IE
9302 Wont Ava. stell -PSon. 219,
*n"l?' r-rni?t??? SepsUrs? SM ?snlrM
Hew swiunsi? BT.6S in >nAm um
Psrsltar? ResslrsS
A. W. ROl iNDS
Cabinet Meerer assf Woof Csnu.
SOS Mal SS? TMcty Saurm StsMS
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