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fubliahrd away Baturday br JOHN MlTCUtOJL.
iU . at Sll S k'ourto Btrrrt, Richixoa.1. Va.
JOHN Ml l< III II.. JH-. - I -IMIi'i:.
411 coanaauaicatiooa tntrodrd for pubhcatioo
aaooid ba arat ao aa to rrecb ua by Wrdaraday.
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for on* inrh rach rubarournt iDarrt-.m ??
ror two iocbra. thrrr moatka. ? SS
ror two tn.-r.ra. mi cnootha. 10 00
r<w two wirhrv nin* moatba. 14 OO
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THa' PLANET ?? ia-urd wrrkly Th.? rubamp
loo pne* tf II 5* aaa yar io advanca.
Thrr* arr f ? a*ag by which moary can br
arnt b? BBbm ?t Oaf r>*k ln a Poat OtBca Tdonry
br-W. by Bank Cbrck or Praft. or an Exprra*
? aad wbra noo* of tbeaa aaa U
a Rrg1>w>rrd I>*ttar.
kON' 9 Tou can buy a Moory Orlrr
at your Poat Offlc*. pataM* at thr Ktcaaooad
Poat OfBrr and wr will ba rraponaob'.r for Ita
rXlHK.SH atONET ORDERS can br obtaiard
at any otrrr of tb* ABifritar > ? ?? '"o.. tb*
Daaaoi Htatra Km ' tb* Wcll'a Pargo
i tprrai Cotnpany. W* will b* r*wp<->n
,-a ' ' - ? aaw arnt by any of tb*ar cotnpaoira.
. W t Orlrr ta a aaf* an.l con??
rat way for forwarding rooaay.
Poat Offlo* or an Kiprrai Ottor la not
your rra, h. yoor Poat naatrr will Krariater th*
brttrr ? l arod ua oo naymrnt af toa
c*nta Thrn. if thr Lrttrr la loat or atolrn. It
'-an h* ?ra.-r-i. You can arod moocy la tbia
orianrirr at oar riak.
? nnot br rraponaibl* for moory aajtt ln
Irttrra ar way tbaa on* of tbrfour
If you arod yoor woaay
.n anr ctbrr way, you muat do it at yoor own
1 WALS. ETC.-If you do not want THE
I eondnurd for aootbar yaar aftor your
aufeaorlpttna baa mn out. ymi thrn ootify oa by
Poatal Caad to dtaranttnur It. Thr aourta ha?*
Oacaded that aubar-rtbrra to awwapapcra wbo do
?ot orrirr tbrir papar dtacontimwd at tha aspl
? tnr wlnch lt haa Wri pald ara
arld liablr far tha payaaoa. of tha anaaorlptioa
ap to dato wbra tary ord r tb* papar rtiaana
fOUk. ? ?h*a wntlnaj to aa) to
rrerw ywur aabarrlptioa or ta d1?riaarlaiw) yoor
parw. y.'.u ahould gtrr yoor aamr aad aaHr>aa
<n full otharwla* wa caaaot Oad your aamr aa
OT ADDRXaa-ta ordor to cbaag*
tb* a.Hrvaa of a auba.-ribrr. wa muat br arat tha
Sana.rr aa wrll aa th* praaawt aijilraaa
?"iitrrrd at thr Poat OQcr at Rlcbmoad. Va.
?a - ad claaa i ?
H \ 11 i:i? \*i in ? i.mi-.i It :ti, nnii.
BAL.1 l^l \W SOldCITOH
\M? H1H UI1MOX.
i by ti:
ln determinlng upon
Klrst--Does a seriou> n ac
tuallj f<jr rei
nj?Does the altuatloa
b, morals, aafety or
r <?f the 'omnuin ?
Third?Is th laare
? m.it. d to afford
lf all theae queetlona caa h.
Bumptloa is i illdlty
^l,t n nnot all
? swerod in the affirmatiw Doea
B actuaily exist in
by a ealtared etttaaa
?.f aaaae1 of a ral?
? in a awoea Tmraalad by w*Blta
Does such a purchase and occu
l>anry by either a whlte or eo
? affert the health, morals.
i Of the coniriiunity?
If It does affert the situation ln the
Caa* of a col. on moving in
a hlcx-k eeXBBied by whii.
how can you argue that it af
on in the case of a whlte
peraon moving in a block occupled
by colortd people? And yet it must
afaaaf in both cases in order to main
taln that basis of equallty guaran
teed by the Fourteenth Amendment
to the Constitution of the United
City Solicltor Poe contlnuea:
lt cannot be deniod at this late
I day that one of the greatest ptBRa
that confronts the Southern
is the Negro probleni. This
eta exiats not because of mere
;>rejudlce. but because ??
Iaaee and tune have eoaclv
1 that the coiinuiugling of tho
aa bi aa
Ity and that any such
;>t invai ada to grave
? t. Tatta r? eaaj
a nu tnber of laws
Bfltb this so
as is no?
.rn. w I
tln* up such
? aays fur
a bea ba
as tho ??
? rorblda rat imlaatloaa
la JaatlaVaatloa f<.:- tt
4 polltleal ri?hu loreJ
Bollcttor Foe la qaotad furtl..
to the axtra axpaasa of i>ro\
ols for the c.
for tha eolored race. Why ahonld
marriage betWBBB the j.ro
hlblted, nalaaa it ba that bt
know and corr.tt:
ba abeelate protac
i upon tha
The ordinance whlch Is now he
roa aadoabta4rj irthar
than any adi
?? t" hr. : t th.
tlflfta l hare been unab:
dlscov. r any caae wh.
lalatlon has been declared lllegal.
None of tbeae caaea cited involve
property rlghta ? tbe rlghta and
privilegea of a cltlaen to occupy and
?y BOBERT DONNELL.
Cayjogbt. 1910, by Aaaencaa Pm. AjaxatM
/ 7ew of Mr. Grotich Vicw of Mr. Grin
THE yeara are all a bore to me,
And I confess I cannot sec
Why any one should celebrate
A rnere new figure on the slatr
OfTime. The days just drag along;
They're full of woe and pain and
With only here and there a atreak
Ofpleaatrre. Seven make a xveek,
And thirty days a month we call,
Twerve monlru a year, and?well,
rHE years are all a joy to mr.
For in them each and a!l i
j So much of beauty and delight
Survfving all decay and blight.
It makes my heart a shrine of song
As God** good years just glide
I'm very glad to br alive
Three hundred days and sixry
And so I celebrate with cheer
I he coming of another year.
^ONT look so gloomy. Mr.
Your visage hurts a fellow?ouchl
No use to wear a face a mile
Or so in length. Do try to srnile!
Just take a glance at Mr. Grin
And get his viewpoint?now.begin!
This world of ours is middling fair;
There's lots of space and light and
Aad many other pleaaarrt things
Enjoyed by common foflts and kings.
Since We appears to dark to you
Just get the sunshine \ycmA ot* view,
And I say ten to one touTI frnd
The world ia comfy-like and kind.
At any rate, if I'm the judge
My verdSct's this?and 1 won't
An inch to either side. I say
It pays to srnile just any day.
So, Mr. Grouch, you lose your
Your sentence is a year's disgrace,
And as for you, good Mr. Grin,
The court hereby decides you win.
H the thinjr purchaaed.
The eolored cltlzen has not pur?
chaaed a railroad or a hotel or a
re or a or a m
house or a rollege aa an indlvidual.
but when he buys a reaidenee he
owns lt outrlght. and so long as he
la a cltizen there la no pow'er to pre
vent bBJ occupancy of the thlng pur?
chaaed. On the other band. the clty
and I ??rniments. to wltlch he
pays taxe- o protect hlm1
in the peaceful poaaesaion of tbe
BBtf Bbii h he purcbaaed.
Thls la such a stmple, fundamen
tal prlnciple of law that lt ls aur-'
priaing that any lawyer of reputa
tion or standing could be found to
oppose such a self-evLdent propoal
tlon. Thla ia not all for the owner
haa a right to defend himself against
unlawful assault. and to reslat evic
ti(,n from bls own premises. There
aaBVB been. questlons raised in the
matter of contagious dtaeases as to
the right of the sanltary authorltiea
fo forre a eltlzen to leave hls own
reaidence and be carrled to peat
houses ln the cases of epldemic dla
unlesa the conaent of the per
son to be removed. or those having
hlm in charge ls flrst obtained.
iSoIicitor Poe tha^n cites the
Berea College caae, which ie not at
all analogous to tbe queetions under
?i. Th* college was not
oe/aed by the students. The ??
tionnl rtenartaioat is in the bands of
? . and r* I of the
itad to it
for nioro than a in
divulual right of a law a!
within the confines of
? l.y | raob, and it ls
strani;o that . ity like
Baltli 'ii.i lead li the move
If T not arjine
aaaa with ? u ablllty
thaa la ralvotra ta
? that th.
rth ?>f l?'?al ability bj
It is grati?
? that th.? la* w
Ibb aaad against the poor Negro t<>
alll be us.d
rauatty which permltted it aad
? lacae the larentore.
WV do not n
Baltimore ar,- |*en
at tercheck the :" tha
ttlantlc with a brooBi or to dan ap
h in the hanTfs of (he COuatry
and finallly be wealthy and Influea
noiiKh tO either make all
letter or pow'orful aao?s;b
.ery veatlce of it from
?atute booka of the States in
which lt has been enacted.
L*at t!.' ir th?-n.
to Mr. Poe and his assoriates that
under the oaa that
badh tha Mward aiarch of ?
enrumh.T Ita ordi
ks with this race dlscrlni
inating legislatlon. I*>t it out-law
of color within its
confin.s. l.-t it sen.l out lts war
and when all ls aald and done. our
IU have come U>.
one man, will have ceaaed thelr
bickerings and their petta, dlfferenc
es one against the other, and under
wise leadersblp will have reached
the goal for whlch they have so long
oontended, and ln the land of flnan
clal plenty wlll sit down to reat in
the shade of the trees.
B3.50 REOKIPT CFRES XVEAK
Send Xamp and Addresa To-day?
Yon Cton Have It Free and Ue
BBBbBBJ and X'.gorous.
I have ln my possesslon a preaorip
tlon for nervous debillty. lack of vlg
or. weakened manhood, faillng mem
ory and lame back, brought on by
excesses. unnatural drains, or tha
folliea of youth. that has cured bo
many worn and nervoua men right ln
tbeir own homes?wlthout any addi
| tional help or medicine?that I think
every man who wishes to regaln hla
? manly power and vlrility, qulckly and
! quietly. should have a copy. So I
I have determlned to send a copy of
j the prescrlptlon free of charge, in a
l plain ordlnary aealed envelope to any
man who btIII write me for lt.
This prescrlptlon comea from a
physlcian wbo has made a apecial
study of men and I am convlnced lt
J is the surest acting couiblnatlon for
, the cure of deflcient manhood and
I vlgor fallure ever put together.
I thlnk I owe lt to my fellow man
to send them a copy in confldence so
that any man anywhere who is weak
and discouraged wlth repeat6d fail
urea may stop drugging himaelf wlth
harmful patent medlclnea. aecure
what I belleve ls tbe qulckeetacting
restorative. upbuilding, SPOT-TOUCH
INO Remedy ever devised and ao
cure himself at home quietly and
quickly. Just drop me a line llke
thls: DR. A. B. ROBINSON*. 3895
I Luck Buildlug, Detroit Mlch.. and I
will awnd yon a copy of thls splendld
recipe in a plain ordlnary envelope.
free of charge. A jtreat many doc
tore would charge 13.00 to $5.00 for
merely writing out a preacriptlon llke
thla?but I send it entirely free.
How to Stancil a Fntzi.
When ataaclllBB ;l dnaltn f<>r n wall
paper frieze tlnuv th.
tern 8B b?nr> ,
Bbalaaaa eMBBga t-> b<>:.i Inarj togather
nftcr th,> aptaya bara baaa eal out
st?-urii piataa Cai oal ?
<>f tho draarbai aratl |
lay lt on a itatjjb place <-f tba
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not taraed i
aballac dia d meth;
M< t.ir. -hlrtls
Bt B I .-- Th, u
dab tbe color all o\-r tbe aarta
the d< || braab
i'l-i.v lt to the
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