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tasbion at the present time for ?uniei to *%> barefoot is no reason why tli< l*et should be neglcted. A little ear* and sensible shoes will do woudertu work with any i>air of tired, aehnu teet, and all women should make ii a special point to give then- feet some sort of i i eat went. The feet as fash ioned by nature are beautiful, and there is no reason why they should not be kept so. Bathing is one of the necess'tes anil too much emphasis cannot be placed on a brisk rubbing and correct cut ting of the nails. Encased in stiff lesther for hours at a time, the foot suffer a constant suffocation in the pores. The result is that the ache, beginning at the toe tips, spread-, throughout the entire body, causing such suffering as to destroy the nerves and put unsightly lines in the face. An arched instep, straight toes that have not been crumpled by too much pressure, smooth skin free from cal? louses, a space between the great toe and the one next to it large enough to be quite perceptible, and even cut too nails constitute beautiful feet. Ingrowing nails, corns, fallen arch and many other ailments of the teet are generally the result of careless? ness and can be avoided by rules that are extremely simple. Sensible shoes ?this does not mean unfeminlne or cnsightly ones?are requirements tor teet that never ache. Sensible shoes to many women spell size, and too large shoes are just as injurious as those that are too small, fur they rub the feet until they are blistered and do not support the muscles In the least. A sensible shoe for the aver age woman is one that tits ihe foot snugrJFwithout crowding the toes or cramping the instep muscles. Hespiio a popular opinion to the contrary, they may be ever so dainty and pret? ty. A woman should never attempt to wear a shoe.that is too small for her. Women who are compelled to be on their feet the greater portion of the day should have two pairs of shoes at a time and wear them alternately each day. This gives each pair tim? to thoroughly dry out. besides rasllag the feet. There are no two pairs of shoes exactly alike; therefore, they pinch in different places. Besides, worn thus, ttn-y last about twice as long. So, in the end. it is an econ? omy. Especial care should be taken In cutting the nails to follow the line of the cuticle under and at the sides of the nails. They should be trimmed quite close with scissors or tile, which ever way the shape of the nail will permit; then, after the feet have been bathed, carefully rub away all little parts of waste cuticle at the sides and base of the nails. The toes them? selves should be rubbed, each one sen* arately. to bring about vigorous cir? culation, and thus keep the skin smooth. The robbing should be con !A C DESIGN The site of the house shown in our Illustration is 40 feet front nidth by 34 feet depth of the male part, with s rear kttchen extension that is 17 feet in width by 24 feet In depth. That bonne is planned for people who re oaire large rooms and ample floor space throughout It la plain in Its design, substantial in construction, low-roofed In aanibril form, standing with the broad front to the street too two wide dormer windows tn the front and rear, Ugh tine the second story, and gable windows at either end. A bread ptaeaa is ertrnded armes the treat and one end and screened in there In also a liberal piasxa on one side of tan kitchen exten? on. The central entrance opens to a large re? ception hall, that connects by wine corning on the left with the llvia? iones, andihe main staircase extend* M from taw Urin? room at the rieht hand sia> The reception hall aad the Irring room errors the front are use* toar*her as one lern? bring room. Opening at the rear of the Huna room with sliding door- is a library or a looea that say be used as a sleeping ream Tan dlafag room is at the ngVi at aba rear of the reception* halt The kitchen hi karge and provided with a tii:ued over tlie soles 01 the feet, In step and unklos. Here is a valuable""littleTxereise as an aid to tlretl feet, and it win uo do much to strengthen the muscles and tendons weakened by a !0M lack of free |>lay. Wiggle the toes, arcn the muscles of tho instep, holding tense for a moment, roll the feet hack and forth on the ankle joint and spread the toes apart. It was intend ?d by nature that the greater part of the work should he done by the great toe. and by supressing and compress? ing it with ill-fitting or pointed-toed shoes its usefulness is gone. The strong tendons that support the key to the arch become weak and useless and the most painful, as well as the most disfiguring of all ailments of the feet, tlatfoot. follows. A bath in warm salt water is the most restfui and beneficial treatment for very tender feet. It is well to plunge them in cold water just before drying to prevent taking cold; then a good ruu and airing for a few min? utes will rest the nerves of the whole body and in a very surprising manner. The feet are the most overworked and abused part of the body. When the head aches a rest is taken, but ! when the feet ache they are made m keep right on. The feet play an im? portant part in a woman's fitness for everyday tasks, and the spreading or the dread flatfoot is becoming a seri? ous question with surgeons and teachers. Much of the supposed gout and lheumatism has been found to be nothing more than a broken arch, throwing all the tendons and muscles into a strange position. This causes an iiulination to walk in a crooked manner, running the heels of the shoes over to one side or turning the toes either in or out, in order to save the pain thus caused in the feet. A normal foot, when wet. will bear the Imprint of the heel and ball with the toes spread, the great one som? distance from the rest. The print or the. instep should never show. Incase case the instep does show, the best thing to do is to go to a foot surgeon and there are many who make a spn cial'y of this one thing. All cases ommodious Hi ED BY CHARLES S. SEDGWICK. A pastry, opening through to the din ! leg room, snd resr stslrs leading *p i fo ike second story snd down to the ha?ement. The second story has foor chamber*, with ample dothes doset? and bathroom This house i* won 1 raasimcted. the ester'or cover-d with narrow ?Min? hsrk plastered befweoo the studding sad plastered sgstn ow N, PHOEBll k Feet lave different symptoms aiti ex|m-rt adviee should be obtained i oiiceriiins Hie proper shoes to wear and Iii? method of treatment. The i ramping of the feet, added U the modern hard |iavemetns. Is to blame for many a leg, back and head ache. Heavy soled shot's are very rarely necessary. A woman should wear soft, flexible soles. The Holes should not extend beyond the foot, either at the sides or at the toes, for these extensions strain the fool mus < les. Klatfoot is becoming so preva? lent among children that scliowl teach ers are interesting themselves in the proper shoes for their children This slate of affairs is brought about sole? ly by the shoes worn by the children. ARRESTED BY PHOEBUS POLICE. Waiter Sclater Charged With Assault ? Earle Attempts to Clean Out Store. Walter Sclater, a white man well known to he police officers was ur rejsedj last night !n Phoebus by Off! cer L. I, Johnson on the charge of assaulting Jmaofc llarmoud, a ne^ro. and Henry Eichels, white, pear Harnes' ?inner H?rmend bus several ugly gashes uii his head. Scalter will be tri?-d by Ma>or Kur lies? tomorrow. Private Clinton Karle, of the Sixty ninth company, Kort .Monroe, attempt? ed to make a clean house in a shoe store in Mellen street. Phoebus, Butt night and is now a prisoner in the Phoebus jail He was taken in charge | by Officer l.< uls R. Handle olid will have to tell Mayor Purness his story tomotrow morning EXAMINATION OCT. 22. [Civil Service Commission to Hold | Examination for Clerks and Carriers. I The civil service commission has I I just announced that an examination J i for clerks ami carriers for the Hamp | ton postofflce will he held here on I October 22. It is understood that) j there is not at present a single eli? gible application for appointment ment in this office and it Is likely j ! that a number of men' and women] will take the examination. I Houses for rent?all sections. M O. LACKEY. 2.. Good 7 Room Dwelling For Sale. Lot 40 foot front, near I^a Salle ave-| n.e Junction, $1,250. M. O. LACKEY. K. La Salle Avenue. Lot C0x2n0. near Street Car Junction. M. O. LACKEY. ** 25. If you want to see the prettiest i and largest and best stocked Drug! Store on the peninsula, drop in to J HI LLS CUT RATE DRUG. STORE Day 'pho?e MS. Night, 380. Sun. ome. RCHITECT. (the inside, with a rough sand nnish. j The honse i? finished rnroiighouT with hardwood floors, oak Boors ka [the first atory and birch floora !a taw second; easlnrs sad doors Urcmgho.it are of Washington flr. stained. There is s good ba?ement nnder the entire hou?e The estimated cowl, exclusive or bsating and plumbing is li.see. LS AND OLL II love Kuller'?' l~evll~Vrab*. ~but~ oh, that Devil's Island Bnderaaoo (im. SICK OK WKLlr IT WILL IKI.l.. tr. HEATING I STOVES Ii In tune to think ?hont keep, luv comfortable in winter. I caaf ifcow >'<"> hom tu du ko economically with n COLES' HOT - BLAST W. A- Pleasants 25-29 Queen Street. W. N. Tignor Hampton'? Beet Notion Store. Monday Specials tu quart Galvanized Slop Pads, with tops and handles; vuaranteed against rust inn and leaking. Monday . 25c Worth 4nr. Black Sheet Iron. Double Roasters, with indented top? aud patent side ventilators Monday . 10c I Worth Double. I Blue Tinted Stone Salt lars. with tops Monday . 10c Worth 25c. 12 quart Double Coated Enamel Cooking Kettles, with tops and long side handles;. Monday . 49c Worth Double. W. N. Tignor The Big Store Cor. Queen ?is Wine Sta., Hampton, Va. Specialty Here!! IS RUBBER TIRING BUGGIES, HORSE-SHOEING. WHEEL WR'GHTINC WORK, OENERAL BLACKSMITH ING. I also make a feature of repalrtaet and sharper.nr lawn mowara. Ones customer here, always so. R. L. TENNIS f'amnton's Leading. General B'ac* a*"t"tne, He use. M Ceo* Street. Phone 4SS. > P01NT-C Flr?> liism um! LACKET. CONSTIPATION. Absolute permanent wirf In TUN No griping. Solil not ouly on Uli bare wonl of ih?. manufacturer bill ?SM the word of >our doctor- a*k bun. ISC anil Ma All Hruggiat?. I, HULL*! 01 T KATF. UHI'G HTitllK. IN HKM1S 00h Washington. D. 0 2". Do You Know l bat Thor? a ?* Private Ihm?? at 67 Hope Street Hampton That Sells the Fines! Lina of LADIES1 TAILOR MADK SlITS In this vicinity. Also La? dies' Tailor-made Skirts and Siik Underskirts. Mo doubt it would be surprising to fSS to see such a nice Ms* of ladles' Oainietits in a private house, but never? theless, its true; so be con v Iiio?d and see them Tor you rself. CASH OR CREDIT. I. J. GOLDSTEIN II Hope St. Itampton, Va. Open Evenings to 9 O'clock. j ?--^ ?- ~-->~^-^-?e^~^-N.-4 WE FRAME Pictures Just send your pictures here and have them framed by an expert at remarkably low prices. SCHOOL BOOKS We are ready to supply every child in Hampton with every? thing In school supplies Newspapers and Periodicals A<l daily pap-i?, magazines a" ? monthly publication* re? ceived t, omptly. Standard Book & Stationer)' Co. T. S WRIGHT, Proprietress. John Storm Hampton's Popular Piic? Tailor Fall & Winter Slyla? Received and ready for your In? spection. Suits to order . 915 up Trousers to order ... $ 5.00 up All goods cut and made on the premises in the new 1910 style. 1 NO FIT NO PAY 38 W. Queen Street Hampton, Va. Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings ontinued. FOR SALE Furnitur* consisting of chair*, bu reaus. Iron beds, brass beds, tent her bed*, piliows ami bolsters. ,.nk:in chaiia pat lor lamps, pui lor i lilies, one new bed lounge, bed couches, writing dork, ohVc revolting i Iiuim, | pair scales. I dozen coat*, center tables, extension table*, pictures, bed Springs, one bed tootn suite, lot of shoos, >ie w goods und notlou?. 4 mat I t ossed, cook stoves neuters, oil stove, gas heater, sewing machines. I photograph gal lerv outfit complete, at your prtett? not ours. AUCTION HOUSE 110 W. Quean Street, Hampton, Va. Auction Sale Staves, etc. Over IWra. Staceyn Milliuery Store; M outlay, 10-30 a. in. B. KATZ Ms F. Diggs&Co. Sec our New Styles of Full Shoes The new lasts. Shoes for men, women and children. While rebuilding goea on our busl resa goea oa too; but we must have more room, so we have decided to sell all our high grade wines and liquors at a vreat reduction. These goods are all our high priced regular stock. Deal take our word for It, Just look at the prices. They will convince you. Sherry wine, per quart .19c Fort, per quart .iBe Black Berry wloe, quart .19c j Sweet Catawba. per quart .ISe Whiskeys per qusrt: Horse Shoe .See Old Tsylor .80e I Oscar Pepper.BSc Piedmont.85c Hunter .See IQreen River..e.?6c Bottled Beer, . 40c and 50c per dozen. All 10c whiskey.5c per drink. I. W. Hsrper, Qlsd Hand. Maryland I Club, Monticello all straight whiskey. N. Leonard a PHOEBUS, VA. Now Is the TIME YOU ARE thinking of a Hat We have thorn In any style. Price to suit. Let us make your Fall Suit. Wo an? agents for F.d. V. Price ft Co. Once a customer, al? ways one. M. F. Diggs&Co. No. 6 Queen Street, Hampton. : Virginia. Architects and buildsrs have long been seeking a satisfactory substitute for wood and metal lathing. Psrfection has been realized in The "Hercules" Plaster Board swes ??: Per cem ofiPssier Not only does the ?' Hercules " Plaster Board take the place of 1 s t h s, but also the Brat and most ex? pensive coat? ing of wall piaster, cre? ating there? by a saving of 33 13 per i cent. ? on isdor ill The 'Her? cules" Plas? ter Board can be ap? plied In one third the,tlme required on wooden o r metal laths? a saving of ?6 1-3 per cent, on la? bor alone. Tha "HERCULES" PLASTER BOARD HAS 120 TO 150 PER CENT. GREATER TENSILE STRENGTH than any Plaster Board on tha market It is light. It is flexible. A non-conductor of sound. It will net shrink or buckle, and Is impervious to heat and cold. It is economical and is easily applied. We solicit your request for further information. Manufactured By The Plaster Products Co., Hampton, Virpia. THE BANK OF HAMPTON, VA. At Hampton. Virginia CONDENSED STATEMENT, JUNE 30, 1910 Resources Loene and Discounts .. tl J8B.705 SB loads and in treatments .. 1S7.317.72 Sank Bu.ldtng ISjBSS.SS iesti aad doe from Banks ?1 - .012 24 Liabilities Capital Stock -f 100.00C 00 Surplus Fund 140J Undivided Profits. ? *U Total I',774^.94 Total ?'.S09.19S.SS V.77S.0SS.B4 rour attention Is Invited to this Statement your account Is desired. X A X X ?J. L SCHMELZ. pBfjjg :.-'. I F. W DASfllNG. . -t President.