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HAMPTON, PHOEBUS AND OLD POINT-Continued.
John VV. Row c PresUfiftif Capital, $50,000.00 John C Robinson Vice-President National Hampton, Virginia j& Condensed Report of Condition to Comptroller of the Currency, June 30th, 1910 m RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Investments, , Due from B?nks and Treasurer, Cash on Hand, Total, $214,292.20 66,101.20 112,828.01 35 518 15 LIABILITIES Capital, .... $50,000.00 Surplus, .... 18,000.00 Undivided Profits, net, . . . 1,305*66 Circulation, . . . 50,000.00 DEPOSITS, . . - 309,433.90 $428,739.56 Total, $428,739.56 The Largest National Bank in Hampton! $100,000 Increase in Deposits in the Last Vear There Must Be A Reason YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED H. H. KIMBERLY, Cashier THE J? A JON \s BATH? ING SUITS FROM the standpoint of beauty the sea.?on's first bathing suits are works of art. They arr embroidered and tucked in such a manner 'hat t>>?y are really arti~ ir. Many of 'he new bathing si:!n nro made for the sun rather than itie surf, and they are ide-tl lounging i'be? for women who love to stre'ch themselves und?r the burning rays of Old Sol and dig their toes into the sof: sand. It is hard to imagine such a dainty embroidered creation in a soaking wet condition, and one almas' iMfs thai Haj woman who wears one Bf them into the sea must be heartless [indeed, "the hand? of only the most skiiMul workmen are employed in I maBSss ?he new bathing suits?from |t|t.> i,:,te they leave the silk loom to ! the ILte they reach the fair bather. jThey are often fitted like a tailor niad^ gown, requiring the trouble at>;i : rkill af a debutantes "coming-out" frock and having almost th^ shim I merits effect of the eSSSB girl's bail? ing costume. Not only are they fit. had like the ball gown, but they are also colore.I like the rainbow and -crip about as suitable for real swim mic^ a? the hall gown itself. Nevertheless, thev are pretty. That is enffkieni for milady. And it mares A SPECIAL For Quick Sale l-arge 7 room boo sc. mu?em conviwleiuee, healed by hot water, with hath, froathejt ow Roals>ajrd I? feet. 132'. feet <fc ?p. large stable and chicken h:ej?cs. Will sell f?t $4.?e?i. Terms easy. $14,000 to Loan on Real Estate INSURANCE THAT PROTECT!.. 1? W. PHILLIPS & COMPANY I INSURAI ?Ljmw. NCE. BONOS. LOANS. NOTARIES. AUCTIONEERS. NO STREET, HAMPTON, VA. PHONE".. SO AND ITS. Insomnia "I have been using Cascarets for In? somnia, with which I have been sffiicted tor twenty years, and I can sty that Cas carets have given me more relief tlian any other remedy I have ever tried. I shall certainly recommend them to my frientla as being all that they are represented." Thos. Gillard. Elgin, III. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Tsite Good. Do Good. NVverSkken.iWcakeo or Gripe. KIc.ZSc. 50c. Never ?old tnbelk. Thesen ninetabletstampedCI'C Guaranteed to core or your money back. 921 I very Hrtai difference whether they will jrMnd t.ic waier test or r.o!, as long as tliey a'trart the attention des>rm. I KspeciaUv slunnine are they when 'j?aitl\ hidden under a parasol H match. It i? i>ossible they belie tiiei" Icoks etsdj rr-ay serve the purpose for which i hey j?re named. One of the distinct novelties of ?lie -(3Mm for ha: hing is artificial hair. Although the hathinc girl must discard her curls and puffs when she coos down to the surf, she need not wear her?natural tresses if she does i not want to. She ran put on with her bathing suit an inexpensive set of cnrls. They are made especially to curl in the water. The hathinc hair h naturally curly and is fastened in side the silk cap so tan' a tiny fringe of the false hair shows in front. This gives a sort of a pleasing effect and saves the girl'? natural ? r esses from the splashes of salt water and the turning sunshine. I I This season's bathing caps match the costume. They are of silk or satin n man. sh.i;?j. wPh emhroidered ends and ribbon bows. And It takes jtalen'. by the way. to pot on the I bathing rap Jnst right. Care must be I taken in 'he drenainr of the hair so ? that i* win cive a cood csleet when the eap is :.i:i.. .1 on the head. Just so many strands m-ist show and a err .tain number must be hidden benenth 'the silken headgear. Mare of the new bathtnr snlts are lef silk or satin, or a pretty comtona ? m*i o? the two materials In fancy I pcV 1- or stripes. They are very etafc jrr*! :v trimmed There are al' kinds at inch*, frill, ornaments and gft? hot? ten? a< the neck and fiff* at 'he *ho..!iier. Then there are the *iik storklnps of the eery finest ?piaUty ? and the bathing shi>es made especially to matc.'i the elaborate costume. Then there are other bathing suits less expensive, more durable and not so apt to soil when they touch the water. In fart, the latter kind are those preferred by most women. In these pl.vner bathing suits there Is very little change in the styles from last year. Bathing suit styles for the woman who really loves a plunge into the sea very seldom change. There ia sometimes a change In the kind of ma? tt rial worn for the head covering, M the laces of the bathing shoes havf a different colo.r but the real costume remains the same. The suit is not worn short one season and then changed to the very long affair at the rext i>i>ening of the seaside resort. - Styles in wrasols. a real necessity at the seasid \ sometimes change, but the selection of a parasol is done ac cording to individual taste and not oft<n to the prevailing style or <olor This summer the blue suits will hold sway, although many women have adopted the ;?-arl gray variety. Rlark end ahite Kir:i>ed suits give a very 'pretty effect, and many of these will also be worn. large attendance in white local s:hools Census Repe-? Shows 95 Per Cent. Population Attends Hampton Public Institutions. Division S\;.erintrndent of School* John M. Willis has been examining the results <?( the recent census in Hampton, which brines out many in SSMatlRj bet In ronneetion with the cduratfor.al ?orlt here. Mr. Willis has discovered "hat Sf> per cent, of the white school population now attends the public ?< oota and ths' four per feat, ef the ? TiaJalr.g flfteen percent, attend t ri. ? e schools, thus showing that V!> ct.i'.iren oat of every hundred whites In 'be city are receiving educa? tion in either pnhUe or private schools. Mr W illis also discovered that 1*1 per cent of the MRtulation are in thei High school?. not taking Into con?ld oration 74 i>?piM aow in the H'gh tchnoW from other parts of Kllaabeih City The eoun'v also sends a total of 1?1 mfla *o ihe grammer rrades sn<! ;>rtaaary departments fa the Hamp'oe schools Two full regMasrea drngaletn at HI UL"R Cot Rate Drag Store night and day. Phos? KS. aaaa-U. Diseased Metals, Jewels, Plants IT will not be long before a genera? tion of mankind will hear some railroad superintendent demand a specialist for a nick bridge .and al rtady expert* exist who make a pro fession of diagnosing the illness of sick jewels and have recognised kinds < f medicines for diamonds, pearls, rubies, etc.. who are feeling under the -weather, so to speak, and whose glittering rays have consequently los; much of their luster. ? Sick plants are not so wonderful ! and for years their diseases hare I been studied. They are, if anything, j more numerous than the disease at : tacking wild animals. Sick metals . are not so generally known. Per I l-.aps it Is due to human Inexperience : .md ignorance rather than to the lack . ot diseases in the metallic kingdom. Iron baring; been handled longer j and more generally than any other i metal was the Brst on the metal sick GROWS HAIR and we can PROVE IT! A lady from M nnoeota writn' **As ? mutt of aaias* Darxirrine. ay hair is close to a** *eet in l*ngt* Beautiful Hair at Small Cost HAin treaties, like man? ether dtee.eea. fcaa? keen ?r"igly diaeT>o?ed and a floatet her mta noderM .o<l The hair tteelf t? nut the iMa?t*> be treMe*t. for the SSSSsn that it t? .imply a peodvet "< the *< alp tad wholly dependent npoc <t? actwe. The eca!p t. the aery aril ia whkb the h,ir ** aro daced. nrto-rd and I-own aad ft ?loa* Shl.U teeerw the at;esoon it r**eU? ire to he esptterf Ii wonld de o-i enrtttty ?ood to treat the etna <X * el at aM a risw of njektac it a?a and 11 imi more '.-u' ? the mh.c* ?he ptaf ?T=?r% d to Therefore saw aaaap ?? arhrew Leas of Hair ia raaeed hr the acelp drrtas ap. er tantae ha ??SO?) of naatatnre or awtrteti at. ahi I?aaham orcves She aratp he? atnaplr krat ?n It. ? aaiiaiaaeat laaetae eotjsts* *?? the haar to feed "^sMltowtT* Ore woa^dnr lain JfUar The a.tnral thmf to do as lUl aas*.k* SB Baad and reaHertih eh? ?oil ~r acalp aa the roee mtr he. aed remr^ eng win eta* aad ataUiper aa Mtn M aav^t^asapa BBeTjy ^ Tt penetrate. IV- porea ewtckty aad the hair *" JjJjJJJ ?* *?^? naonrloPT esAalex Oaw ?5^saa beetle at eaaawrh tat ewstessec pott af tt. rr'.t warm aa a hew sienlaa swd half htatl i_ _ - aaa--?-_ - - mWwMmj \^kwkmkm^r^w*T ** awawJ ?*?*?/ yma^m'9Wmw. ?? aaansar^fanfal sfpaaaVafeaaaa ? pwc- bo tlrO. I FtEf ' aotm a a ???,*. . m Cat J f* free St retnjra mail aa setswae wt The).' **ad? tht. free tonpoa to Bar / pan t?-?-r neeae .ad a-Vlr-aa SB*] : I im atl^rr ae atasafa aa pa. BaaSBSS Hut. Its diseases seem to be based nn a recrystalixlng of the Component parts under a heavy strain, like that thrown on huge masses of iron at the bearing points of great bridges mat hare stood sometime. That useful metal, copper. Is also reported to be subject, to s run-down condition of Its atoms that make the metal c!r.\ly and unable to combine oerfectly with the metain used la uni? son with copper. Just what causes the disease acience haa ao far faliad to detect. And except in the ease of Iron the knowledge of what make* metals sick is moat limited. The euro Is beyond even suggestion at this state of the investigations aside frost r*> melting the metals and giving thesk a fresh start. Jewels and their illness bare been frequently mentioned by ancient his? torians and poets, but of course that ancient explanations were purely imaginary . Nowadays it is thought to be due to electrical affections dis? turbing the arrangement of the atoms. Pearls are washed in certain sooth ing liquide to return their luster and] diamonds are usually simply pat in a dark room as if they bad s had head? ache. Several weeks of this treatment baa frequently brought hack that sparkle of famous Jewels. The diseases of plants are widely spread. Potatoes, for example, coma from an infection of the root of thai potato plant hy a disease germ. Mrstle toe, the pretty white psrastte of I; ago t*eea. hi considered sa a vegetable) disease. The pharmacy list for sie? plants Is a long dae. The pla-* daotora grew their patten ta tonlos, ado Ire la a treat deal of berate sarget y powder tbem all over, rub them down wtrh eootbtag Ilsimenta and spray then* "Ith disinfectants. There are ->Uat boetital* where valuable and ram plan's are taken for the observation of the sparHtfnTa In vwgeteoie aytia? Two fall ragsaasrad aYsggiatS at HI XL'S Cat Rase Drag Suva adfht ?ad day. Thane JK. sfren-tf. Ko sat at lashing, rvxi^R'n Devil Crane am great. tt. Cook WM Gas.