Newspaper Page Text
HAMPTON, PHOEBUS AND OLD POINT-Continued.
The Merchants National Bank, Hampton, Virginia REPORT OF CONDITION JUNE 30th, 1910 Resources ,--, Liabilities Loans.$262,274.58 Overdrafts. 297.89 U, S. Bonds . 51,000.00 Premium. 3,20000 Building and Fixtures. 24,000.00 Cash and Due from Banks. 60,383.52 Total.$401,155.99 Capital.$ 50,000.00 Surplus . 10,000.00 Profits. 3,500.00 Dividend No. 10.i 2,000.00 Circulation. 50,000.00 Deposits. 285,655.99 Total.$401,155.99 The Bank That Keeps the Rate of Interest on Honey Borrow ed Down to the Legal Rate of CENT.= Paid in Dividends, $17,500.00! L. M. von SCHILLING, Cashier IE. WILSON MAY OFFER leebus Merchant Probable Candidate for Treasurer. 30S INTEREST TO RACE ttry W!H ftalee Number of Aspirant? th? Place to Five and the Situa? te ((spatted to be Enlivened? int Looked tor Soon. " 9> _ fVlttleal circles in Kltzabeth C>'y maty will be greatly enlivened by e? iaaou.? ec M He** K. WH KfS ?errhant of Phcr-tnis. end one t IS* best known nu n en 're ,?>??;? ptstaala. probably win !>.? a canu: M* for county tr.vtsorer in the gen ItP eiection next year Mr VTttsoa la) BOt positively announced his ran Wey, bat a close friend of hie toHl be Dally Pre*, representative that here la itttle doubt hut whst the ?schwa asan will he to the race. AI . CAN CO IVI RYTHING y' aoekiog o heatirta with pas* that you can wr**> coal, and *? ? ewiebee, ?*tter and ?as ana^ty an? ?*T*- ??X at ieee esst. Every aae convenience ?a twenat rated stare! ?1 day you can Hampfoe, ?/f M0hV9C ts Corpora, it ready four candidates are out for tne office nnd Mr Wilsons coming Into th ? co"'- .-.t will cause the asntrants ni;irh concern Mr Wilson Is renam? ed as being eertain of receiving ine full vote of Phoebus, while H?ni|?ton, Wythe district. Chesapeake district. Vox Hill and Ras: Hampton would give him a fair vote. . County Treasurer David Jonnson has al.eady anununced his Intention of offcrng for re election, while Kit-n. ard M Hooker. Marshall A. Hooker and John W. Row are also consider? ed candidates for the office by tne voters of the county. Mr. Wilson's friends hare been aorklng quietly in his behalf for sev? eral months and It is believed tnat within the next week or so an official announcement will he made by tne Pho, bus candidate. IN THE HAMPTON CHURCHES TODAY Memorial Baptist Church. The public is most cordially Invited to our morning and evening aervices today. The pulpit will be occupied bv the Rev W. Mosby Sear, the pastor, at both services. His morning theme vlll he "Kar Marks of a Chrlatian. bis evening theme will he "The He I ontance of Nlnerah." The Men t Rlble class will me. prompt!? this mornir.g at 1?:0" o'clock, and all men will receive a most cordial welcome to tbts ser vice. Sunday school at 9:JO a m Hea's prayer meet Ins every Wedne? nay evening at g:00 o clock. Church of Chest. Af th. Church of t hriat. <t?aoel| aVeet, today, at 11 a m? the pastor. Rev Joha A jeyae. wffJI preach np"n the musical teoeae. The Symphony' oT IJCe la the evening at t octoefcj he t ill priaeat .n Illustrated apon the thesee. "SJdw-t.g and lag " Rirwt Method et. The sdm'.na.trat?oa of the I?rd'? Rttpprr will he observed at te? Kir** MethodMt ehwreh lata mommg at II a clock whtl.- tonight Rer. Georg? * Wrey. the MMtor. win The ?mit of Thought' rswaJ am Raa will be coadaeteg] i aaornijtg cad er*a!ag by k? k. ?dhjroa Janes. T) D. m (fee Haaap- j charca. FOURTH WILL BE PEILHBSER.ED Basehall in Phoebus in Morn? ing and in Hampton in After? noon Biggest Attractions. The Fourth of July will be general ly observed in Hampton. Phoebus. F<?rt Monroe an.I Um National Sol tllem' Home tomorrew. although there hj to be no special celebration of Uie d*y * In Hampton the day will be quiet? ly ohgervid a- is always the ease. The bar.ks. pcstofflce and court otHcca will remain closed for the ent re daj, while in the afternoon dm business houses will (rjre (heir employes half hollda> The most attractlre features of tae day will be the baseball r:'me In the morning on the \0i?>U>- \rmy find Navy park between Hampton and ">?? Fort Monroe Artillery, while in the afternoon North Knd corner here for a game ?ith the r>jbbcr> o* New l*ark diamond Fort Monroe will pitch either rooke or Royce agalnr.t Hampton, while |v.Inter will do the ?ring ng for the Crabbers. Ir the af t.moon It will be J rlmen ' e Hamp te>r> and S!mr?on end Reyno'.da for the North Knd? rs Tomortow cvenj.i?: at (>id Point s> Mg firework* disptav and open motto* pirtnres wiil be the attraction r>n the - te of tire Hyg, ia hotel, wh.ie tae Fort Monroe band will give a r'W art also Fire work* will he gi\-n at the Solder- H>me | It'ickroe Reach wlil hare n ? "nOer. of attractions, larlndine: a big Are-1 works display at night i Manv of the Hampton peop'e wiaj pn to other points, but moat of tbef sport* will stay at home to wtr.ee?.,1 the bail game* and a*ar the ret from the Jct>rl.s>Joha<on aKht Jj daey R Lord, who has be-ejj Ir aad Mr* M M aesemwa,' Mrs Sydr.e? rKiirnc Mr la pboehrs ha* referred t.. fta* hom? In New Tor* Ml?? TIstri, Wft?a?rmaa has h-ft a rlsit of several weeks la New Y and New Jersey. Herne? to Rent, all Ml at. a LACKEY. Mr. Causey Returns. Franei* F. Causey, who attendee; [the rotntnenremi nt exercises at Har? vard I'niversity and then visited New York and other (sdnts. returned fB his home in Victoria aveuue yeater |day. Houses to Rent, all sections. .See M. O. LAC'KKY. ?3. House* to Rent, all sections. See M. O. L4CKX1. 3. TRUSTEES SALE Of Stock of bnoee vn Store Room Formerly Occupied by B. Katz. Pursuant to an order of the District Gonrt ef the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, entered on the l?th day of June. 1!?10. in the matter of Kessle K.-tts, bankrupt, the undersigned will offer for sale by pub? lic auction as a whole, for cash, in the store room recently occupied by the said bankrupt on Bast Queen street. In the city of Hampton. Vir ginia. on Saturday, the 2nd day of Mr, 191?, at 10 o'clock a. a. a cer? tain stock of shoes, consisting of about seven hundred (T'ro) pair*. For further Information, copy of igfrentory, eta, apply to the under? signed. JOHN WEY MOUTH, Trustee for Bessie Kan. Bankrupt. PI III4.I PS-LACK EY COMPANY, Auctioneers. 2. THAT SMILE Of satisfaction, that helps you in >otir business can be obtained by get? ting your horses shod and your vehicles painted at CONKLING'S 125 Armistead Ave.. Hampton, Va. SAND Cement, Gravel Crushed Stone and Building Material. J. V. BICKFORD SAND AND GRAVEL CO Hampton and Newport Newa. Hampton. 'Phons S. Dallver Sind, etet. Anywhere in Hin?, to.v or Newport "ewe. Ag-r.t Alpha Portland Northampton Portland Cwmeat For Sale Back River Farm MUST SELL. IF POSSIBLE, WITHIN THE NEXT TEN DAYS. THAT DEStRABLE FARM FRONTING DUECTLV ON BIG BACK RIVER. PRICE. B*.W0 TERMS. SLSOO CASH: BALANCE. ONE TWO ANO THREE YEARS. SEE M. 0. Lackey MANAGER. THE PHILLIPS LACK EY CO. RIAL ESTATE. Ri *'TS, LOAMS, INSURANCE. AUCTIONEERS S f ^ '* ' ' *1 * --- --- OUR WINES only after they ARC BOTTLED hare settled snd mellowed In the barrel. Hold a glass up to the light and see how absolutely clear the wine is. Same way with our liquors. Not a trace of anything but pdre liquor In any bottle we sell. Better have some in the house. They are as valuable in ease of sickness as they arc delight? ful to those In health. Duff G?rden Imported Sherry, per gal .IS.00 California Port.LOO ' : *r e . l.oo Sweet Catawbe, .1.00 itlack berry .~. .1.00 Rhino Wine, per bottle . E0e whiskies, full quarts bottled la bond ML Vernon.\..$1J5| n-re#n River.1.25 Mel wood .1.00 Overr-olt ,.1.00 DM Oscar Pepper. 1.00 '.lagerhelmer.1.00 Dial Taylor .t.1.00 Piedmont . t.?... LOO lioMen Heritaaje....1.00 I'.zz-?t . l.no Panl Jones.a. 76c Straight Whisk lea la balk, per ami: M OEM cello.M.00 Harper .4.00 Panl Jonen.176 r>W Charter . J.iO Parlrwoodl.X.0J '?owblo Stamp fltalght QM.B.0B Bottled Beer, Ala and Porter per 4ac .t ..SO* I N. LEONARD 10 Meilen Street P*v*ebue, Va.i (ONSTZPAWON ?ermanerrtly cored try TIS IT. Taouv ? nda have bee* cured?why not you? riSIT la ? id with a Money-hack truer miee by all drnforbwe. HULL'S ?TT ?ATE T>RI>? STORK or direct froei ?EMIR COMPANY. Waabfnertow. D. X Laute hea 1 HUT. TOO. FI LLER 8 wines, liquors, la always Of Dependable Clothes Are Made by STORM, The Tailor. The thing to consider In giv? ing ua your order Is that the suit Is cut and made in our ahop and wo can lit you perfectly because of that. tact. Be a tail? or-made man and get us to make your clothes at from Jli upwards. JOHN STORM, THE TAILOR. Waat Quean St. Huil'a Old Stand. Cleaning, Repairing and Press? ing Neaty Done. Monuments i-artre stock of finished memorials, in granite and marble always oa hand. A postal will bring our revre eeatailve at yo-jr door with a hull line of dewlgna and samples. LAWSON & NEWTON Granite and Marble Dealers, Cor. 11th A WitlJans Str Norfo*. Va. GENERAL CONTRACTOR IN PAINTING, PAPER HANGING ETC. P. FORREST BORN. Hamptan Leave Orders at 51 West Ooecn Strict