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?M I-I ! I 11? ! .-?H-l-M-M 11 I II I I-I M-I-M-I
311 East Broed Street.
Opp. Chamber of Commerce 834.Meio.
For Summer Shoes.
Medium and Fine.
20 Per Ceut. Less
Thau Any Other House
Operating Six Stores Puts Us at the Top ?
of Our Trade. I
Special In our booth ^e t
Carnival Attractions SSgrgSj
friends and visitors, and as an advertisement for the polish t
we use we will clean and polish your shoes absolutely X
FREE. Lady's maid inside of store for those wishing to t
use store service. ?
Your packages checked FREE and cared for, ?
Express PAID on all purchases amounting to $3.00 ?
and over within one hundred miles of Richmond. "> I
Our Trunk Store
Occupies the entire second
floor and is the largest trunk ^^^'^''////Q j
factory represented in this
State? Prices like our Shoes and Honery?TWENTY t
PER CENT. SAVING GUARANTEED.
Hofheimer's ECONOMY Stores, !
311 Broad. 834 Main, City. j;
Branches Norfolk ai d Portsmouth. ?
SIX DAYS' PROGRAMME FOR THE
GREAT CARNIVAL CELEBRATION
The Formal Opening Will Take Place from the Graud
' Stand on Broad Street at 11 o'C'iock To-Morro\v
Morning?All Bells in the City Will Be Rung and
Hundreds of Whistles Will Be Blown?There
Are Many Attractions for Each Day.
The Street Fair will open at 31 o'clock
to-morrow morning with one of the most
novel features of the week. ?On a special
.-land erected for the purpose, in the
presence o? the Carnival Association, the
Governor, Board of Aldermen, the City
Council. members of the Chamber of
Commerce and the vast assemblage of
visitors and citizens, -the daughter of
the "Dnited Association of Electricians
will, after an oration by 'Air. Joseph
Bryan, pluck a flower from a large bou
'quc!, which will send a spark of.
electricity throughout the city, simul?
taneously ringing every bell and blowing
??very whistle, -whit h w'.ll be immediately
followed by the combined music of fifteen
bands. ? -
? . ?
1:30.?THE COHEN COMPANY will
g?ve for the best page of penmanship
t>y a child ten years of age, or under,
55 in gold.
The presentation will be made at the
company's booth, in front of the store.
No. il te IT East Broad Street
3 P. M.?THE OROCERS' SUPPEY
COMPANY will give a barrel of Henry.
Clay flour to the family sending the
largest number of children to the public
schools of Richmond.
? P. M.? J G El AN W. TYL.EP? will give
?one suit ol boys' clothing to the boy un
d?r sixteen years suggesting the best
?trade name for his (J. ??. Tyler's) store.
$ P. M.?Coronation of the King of the
Carnival at the .auditorium. His
Majesty's equipage will be escorteci to
the same by the Knights of the Colden
Horseshoe, and they will preside. 2?0
?Strong. ->t the ceremony. The grand
coronation ceremony will take place ?ipnid
gr.ut splendor ?nd electric and calcium
efforts. Tbe King will be crowned by
the High Cardinal, in. robes of crimson
and ermine. After the coronation the
lxird Mayor, accompanied by his pages,
will present on a golden salver, th?
keys of the city. ,At the command of
His ?Majesty, the royal scribe will then
thank the Mayor, officials of the city and
Carnival, and read the edict, proclaiming
one ?eek of jr?ory and merry-makingj
and throwing the city open to' visitor*
from the four quarters of the. world.
This impressive reremony will be fo low -d
by a season of Olympian gurnet given for
.X"??- Majesty and Court.
G REE. STREET ENTERTAINMENT.
The fcllowiiig- free shows will be jriven
daJiy ?durinK the ?Fair at 12," S and? 6
HUgti wire fwa?Wnr 'exhibition .by
Own?*.?. ?* Icet above th? ground en a
wire stretched from the Meyer "Building
to the store of Carneal and Davis, on
Broad' Street, near Foushee.
St. John, the high diver, at Jefferson
and Broad Streets.
'Mile. Onoeo, in exhibitions on a spiral
tower, in a steel ball.
Premiums will be awarded at the-vari?
ous booths. Novel camel races and
sports of the desert -will be held. "While
in their native lands camels are often
specially trained for racing purposes, the
prices and' difficulties are such, that to
the present day there have been few
exhibitions of this .kind in this country,
lticmond -will enjoy the distinction of
being one of the. first cities to give an
entertainment of this kind.
12 M?At the MEYER STORE booth,
corner Foushee and Broad Streets, the
lady school teacher who? has taught
continuously in one school the longest
period of time will receive one pair of
the American Lady corsets, valued at $_
1 P. (M.-J. W. BUCK will give to the
finest appearing couple from out of town
1 dozen SxlO photographs, second prize,
1:30 P. M-?JACOBS & LEVY will re?
fund in cash the price of the railway
tickets of all those living within sixty
miles of Richmond who purchase SCO
worth of goods of them. To those living
within forty miles of Richmond, who
?purchase S5> worth of good's of them; and
20 miles $10. . ?
2 P. M.-HARRY MARKS will give one
hat to the .man with the largest head
presenting himself at his store on the
15th day of May. Hat to be valued-at ?5.
2:G? P. M.-SOUTllERN' CLOTHING
COMPANY will give one suit of c'othes
(serge), value. $15.. to the oldest Mayor
of any city to register at their store on
the 15th day of May.
3 P. M.-TH? COHEN COMPANY will
give to the wage-earner or the man em?
ployed in any capacity, who will give the
best reasons why it is advantageous to
buy at the Cohen Company's store, $5 in
gold. Rea_ons in writing should be left
at the booth of the Cohen Company.
4 P. M?THE W-ALTHALL PRINTING
ANT? SOUTHERN' TOBACCONIST COM?
PANY, No. Kfl South Twelfth Street, will
give a prem'-jm of $30 in printing for
the best accepted" and original . article
written by a practical planter or tobacco
dealer on * _>ark Shipping Tobacco Cul?
ture in Virginia." Send to -their office.
" ? '
I P. WL-W. H. (XJUJ?QtWOBXB*.
Eighteenth and" Broad Streets, will give
one-half cord of wood to the bearer of
the'beat "pan of light rolls, .presenting
herself at his office. i
? . ? *
S P. M.?The Grand Spectacular Parade,
the King of the ?Fairyland, the King in
Court in the Royal Car, heralded! "by the
advanced couriers, guarded by armored,
outriders, all richly "costumed, amid
splondid" illuminations, will parade
through Fairyland followed by. the
beautiful Fairyland, floats, as follows:
The Prince of the Fairyland, ?Royal
Cars, a Draim of Gold and Purple and
"Rich "Hangings.? .The Prince meets the.
Wicked Dragon. Is brought before the
Court of Satan. Cast into the pit of
despair. Rescued 'by the Fairies.
Brought before the Fa-iry- Queen. Visits
Butterfly Cave. . Discovers the IPrincess.
The ' Betrothal. Merry Makers. These
floats will be followed by the Fraternal
Fellows in an imposing line of scenic
floats. - . ,
? . ?
11 A. M.?Bicycle Parade and Paces:
. 1_ M.?A GRAND BABY SHOW at The
Meyer Store, Corner Foushee ?and Bread
To the best all around . baby one year of
age and under, to be judged by promineift
A magnificent Whitney (best made) go
cart, ?value $25.
A complete set of Infants' wear, the
.celebrated Arnold's knit outfit, value
Following rais show THE MEYER
BROS, will present, ?? the wife of em?
ploye holding one position continousl*?' the
longest period of time one pair of The
American Lady Corsets, valued at $S.
? ? ?
1 P. M.?The Torpedo Boat Thornton will
be launched at the XV. R. Trigg Com?
pany's ship yard, amid the great cere?
monies arid many beautiful scenes. A
grand amphitheatre will be made of the
scene with seats for 10,000 people. Central
figures in this glorious gathering will be
the naval and other Government officials
. * . *
1:30 P. M.?THE CABLE PIANO COM?
PANY will give to the family of five or
more, attending the Fair from tho greatest
distance, attested by railroad tickets, comT
ing In a body to the booth of their Com?
pany, No. 213 East Broad Street, one Man?
dolin, value $10.
? ? '
2 P. __,?J. W. BUCK (STUDIO AND
OFFICE No. 1223 East Broad Street), will
give to the owner of the finest all round
turnout in the Flower Parade, one dozen
SxlO photographs of same. Second prize
? . *
2:30 P. M.?THE TIMES1 PUBLISHING
COMPANY will give a free subscription to
Tne Times for one year to the Farmer
bringing the best load of garden truck or
marketing and presenting himself and the
load at Twelfth and Broad Streets on the
third day of the Fair. The loads to be
paraded up Broad Street at 1 P. M.
? , "
?4 P. M.?SAM STERN will .present a
solid gold ladies' watch to the best looking
editor of a newspaper published in Vir?
ginia or North Carolina, presenting him?
self at headquarters' booth of the Carnival
Association at 11 o"clock. May 16th
? . ?
7 P. M.? RICHMOND ICE COMPANY
will give one ton of coal to the Homeliest
editor or proprietor of a newspaper who
presents himself at the headquarters booth
the third day of the Fair.
? . ?
3 P. M.?Tlie Grand Oriental Parade with
weird illuminations and a merry time on
the midway, will be held. ;
? A. M.?Grand Military Parade.
12 M.?JULIUS MEYER'S SONS will
present to the wife of the Editor holding
position on one paper continuously the
longest period of time, one pair of The
American Lady Corsets, valued at $2.
? . *
1 IP. M.?Ho! for the Deep Run Hunt
Club Racee with many- entries, which will
be found elsewhere.
? ? ?
1:30 P. M.?THE CABLE PIANO COM?
PANY will give to the best old-fashioned
country dance fiddler one violin, one hun?
dred years old, value $75.
C P. M.-J. W. BUCK Will give to the
largest family of girls visiting the Fair
from out of town, one doz?n photographs,
SxlO, of the group.
* . ?
2:30 P. M?The B. P. O. will give to the
Ugliest Man visiting the Pair from out of
town, presenting himself at their booth at
12 o'clock M-, on the 17th day of "May, one
box of "EL? TRUEO'' Cigars. A commit
mittee of ladies will decide the above.
3 P. M.?L?. R. GARRETT (No. 25 West
Broad Street) will give twelve boxes of
"Prrtt's Animal Regulator" to the party
bringing the largest one fleece of wool.
* * ?
3:30 P. M.-KAEMPF (Ninth Street), will
give to the Prettiest Lady Clerk of any
Carnival Booth, a box of candy.
* ? *
4 P. M.?T>. A. BROWN, JR., will give to
the Meanest All-Hound Mule brought to
the Fair, one blanket and stout whip. Al
mules entering this contest must change
* ? ?
4:30 P. iM.?S. ULLMAN'S SONS will
give to the Farmer with the largest
family driving into the city in his own
wagon to the booth of S. Ullman's Sons, a
barrel of their "Jefferson,"' best spring
* . *
d P. ??.? FARMER ?SUPPLY COMPANY
will give to the Tallest Farmer riding the
Tallest Horse, presenting himself at their
booth, a fine saddle.
* ? ? ?
5:30 P. M.?THE, COHEN COMPANY
will give to any one out-of-town purchaser
of the largest amount bought at The
Cohen Company's Store during tho course
of the Street Fair. $10 in gold.
7 P. M.?COX & SHEA -will give one
umbrella to the Youngest Mayor presenting
himself at their store on the 17th of May.
' * "
S P. M.?Grand Fratcrrnal Parade?All or?
ders out in force, and accompanied by
beautiful floats, ? ?
H ?. ?.?Grand Jubilee Concerts?Chil?
dren's Day??Ml school competitions will
be decided to-day.
12 M.?JULIUS MEYERS' SONS will "pre?
sent to the wife of popular official holding
the same position continuously the longest
period of time one pair of The American
Lady Corsets, valued at S3.
? * '. ?
I P. M.?THE WORTHINGTON COM?
PANY. 1424 East Main Street, will give
five gallons of the best Inside Varnish to
the fattest painter coming to their store.
* * ?
1:30 P. M.?RHEINHEIMER & SONS
will give to the lady who gives the best
reason why it is most advantageous to
buy at "\Vm. Rheinheimer & Sons (reasons
to be left in writing a't the booth of Wm.
Rheinheimer & Sons on May ISth) three
pounds Allegretti Chocolate. Contest op'en
to any lady in. Henrico county.
- e *?
owner of the finest booth on Booth Street
one dozen SxlO photographs of the same.
Secnd prize, half a dozen.
* ? ?
3 P. ?,-SYDNOR & HUNDLEY will
donate a rotating chair to the smallest
married couple, counting the combined
heights of man and wife, presenting them?
selves at their booth on the fifth day of
tha Fair, '
* ? ?.'?
2:30 J?. M.?RHEINHEIMER & SONS
will give one gallon of ice-cream lor the
best Written menu for one week; house?
wives .only eligible, limiting the expenses
at BOj to be pre??enti3d at ?the booth of
?F< JBha,'T.hairner & sons May ffiSth. Full
?? ?309?311 If
East Main St., RICHMOND, VA.
WE CONTROL AND PUT ON
GENUINE RUBBER TIRES
DO THE WORK HERE,
GOODS OF ALL
NJ. T. CRUMP & CO
receipts must be written out for all
* . ?
3 P. M.?GAY & LORRAINE COMPANY
will give one ton of Gayton coal for the
best written reason why Gayton Coal
should be used by Richmond people. Ad?
dress H. L. Lorraine, Chairman.
? . "
3 P. M.?BINSW ANGER & CO. will give
one mirror to the Tallest Married Couple,
counting combined height of man and wife,
presenting themselves at their booth on
ISth day of May.
* . *
4 P. M.?JULIUS MEYERS' SONS will
present to the Wife of Minister who has
married the greatest number of couples
one pair of American Lady Corsets, valued
* . ?
4:30 G. M.-THE RICHMOND LEADER
COMPAN'Y will give ? free spbscrlptlon
for the Leader for one year to the family
of largest number? presenting themselves |
from outside the cities of Richmond or |
"Manchester at their office on any day of
* * ? ;
6 P. M.?THE CABLE PIANO COM?
PANY will give to the largest family of
girls over sixteen years of age, presenting
themselves at^their booth, one Guitar,
value $10. It will be necessary to obtain a
minister's certificate to obtain this present.
* * *
5:30 P. M.?ALLEN & WILSON will give
to the scholar not over sixteen years of
age, writing the best ad. of 100 words or
less, describing their business, a Silk Um?
brella. Mus? be left with Chairman Pre?
? . ?
G P. M.?THE COHEN COMPANY will
give for the best illustrated story of Co?
lumbus, to a child seventeen years of age
and? under, $3 in gold.
* * ?
S P. M.?The Grand Review of the King
and Queen ot all paraders of the week,
all parades, kings, horseback, oriental and
fraternal; in fact, all paraders will pass
the reviewing stand, each section accom- -
panied by a band and each band giving a
concert for the benefit of the Royal Court
while t?at section is passing.
The awarding of all medals, diplomas
and special prizes by the committees will
be made and premiums will be awarded
to the various booths.
* * ?
11 A. M.?BURK & CO. will give a suit
of Boys' Clothes to the boy winning the
first prize in the Sack Race; contest at
the Amusement Stand on the 19th.
? . *
11:15 A. M.?CHAS. J?RGENS' SON will
give to the couple married the greatest
number of years, hailing from a distance,
one Chair, value $10. Must register at
? ? *
11:30 A.M.-JACOB & LEVY will give
to the Heaviest Man visiting the Fair
from out of town (non-eligible under 200
pounds) presenting himself at their booth,
a hat, value $5. , ,,
? . ?
11:45 A. M.?NIXON BALL will give one
ton of coal to the boy or girl under six?
teen years of age writing best description
of City Officials. File with H. L. Lorraine,
* . *
42 M.?JULIUS MEYER'S SONS will
give to tlie most recently Married Couple,
to the bride a pair of Eggebrecht & Bern?
hardts celebrated Marguerite Kid Gloves.
* _ *
1_:S0 p. M.?THE MASSEY BUSINESS
COLLEGE will give an unlimited scholar?
ship in either their commercial depart?
ment or shorthand and typewriting depart?
ment to the one who submits, during the
Carnival week, the three Best Business
Letters written in the best business style
jmd penmanship. The business letters
'must not contain more than fifty words
nor less than forty . words each. They
must be on different subjects and addressed
to the Massey Business College, No. 705
East Main Street, Richmond, Va. No one
over nineteen years of age will be eligible
to this contest.
1 P. M.?THE SOL*THBRN MANU?
FACTURING COMPANY will give one
hundred (100) one-pound cans or "GOUD
LUCK" Baking Powder to the cook pre?
senting the best biscuits made with their
Powder, to their Booth, 109. E. Broad St.
* * *
1:15 IP. M.?O. H. BERRY & CO.,
CLOTHIERS, will give one Suit of
Clothes, value $10.00, to the Boy nor over
IS years old, living not less than ten (10)
miles from CRiehmond, giving the best
written description of the Street-Fair after
seeing same. Contests to be left at their
Store during week.
1:45 P. M.?T. J. KING ?MTPANY will
give.50 papers of flower seed of the finest
variety to ihe Farmer or Farmer's Wife
who brings to their store during Carnival
the best display ?f flowers-.
3 P: M.?J. D. _ <R. S. CHRISTIAN.
1405 East Cary Street, will give SO cans of
"ROB ROY" Baking Powder to the lady
presenting the best pan of Biscuits at their
Booth during? the Fair.
"? ? "
3:15 P. M.?CHAS. J?RGENS' SON will
give to the Oldest Couple- visiting the
Fair, counting their .omblned ____, one
Chair; value $5.00. "Must register at Jur
? . ?
2:30 P. M.?S. E. BISHOP will give one
?umbrella to the tallest roan visiting the
Fair from, outside the city, presenting
himself at his store on 10th day of May.
. ? , ?
2:45 P. M.?FERGUSSON BROS., Ninth
and ?Broad Streets, will give a mandolin
to the best couple of cake-walkers. Con
: test to take place at Amusement Booth.
?* * *
3 P. M.?C. W. \raughan will present a
fine rifle to the boy who first gets an apple
out of a tub of water with his mouth,
hands to be tied behind him. Contest will
take place at Amusement'Stand last day
of Fair in afternoon. Entries for the
contest to Be made at the store of C. W.
VAUGHAN, No. 602 East Broad Street.
3:15 P. CM.?H. B. KIRKWOOD will give
one $5.00 meal ticket to person bringing in
the largest dinner party to -No. 401 East
Broad 'Street during week.
3:30 P. M.-TI?E RIOH'M?NiD CEO AR
WORKS will give one Electric Washer
for the best written reason, given in 25
words or less, why the ?Richmond Cedar
Works Electric Washer Is the best wash?
er on earth. To be read at the Booth. No.
429 East ?Broad Street, on tl?fTlast day.
? * ?
3:45 P. CM.?T. J. KINO- COMPANY will
give 50 papers of the finest variety pf !
flower seeds to tha young lady exhibiting
the best and largest display of fancy nee?
dle-work at their store during the Carni?
4 ??*?.'-??. ?. ROSE & COMPANY will
give an Iron King cooking stove of the
latest improved pattern to the party who
has had and now have the Iron King
cooking stove in use the longest time.
?Registers must be made at tlieir store, No.
1427 East Main Street.
4:15 P. M.?S. S. ROSBNTjORF will give
one nice watch to the boy eating the most
molasses and bread, suspended on a
???ire, the boy's hands to be
tied behind him. Contest to "take place at
Amusement Booth on last day of Fair
in the afternoon. Entries for the contest
to be made at the office of the Rubber
Stamp Works, ???. 101G East Main Stftret.
? . * J
4:30 ?P. CM.?J. W. BUCK will give one
20x24 Crayon Portrait to the one showing
return ticket from the farthest point in
attendance at our Fair. >
4:45 P. M.-T1HB RICHMOND CEDAR
WORKS will give one improved- Cedar
Cylinder Churn for the best one-pound of
butter bro-fght^to their Booth, No. 423
East Broad Street, during Carnival Week,
to be awarded last day.
' * ?
5 P. ar.-C. F. SAUER & COMPANY
will give one case of their famous*flavor?
ing extracts for the best cake flavored
with these extracts. Prize to be awarded
at their Booth. .
? ? ? ?
At ?Night?This will be the grand con?
fetti night, and all the merry-makere will
be out. Beautiful confetti and serpentini,
with the parades of the horribles, the rag?
tags and the maskers, plenty of music and
fun. The Carnival closes at 12 ??. sharp.
IThe ?Knights of the Golden Horseshoe,
that valient and gaily-costumed body of
our best bone and sinew, will officiate at
all times, and escort the King on all his
journeys, and at all functions.
Richmond;. Joseph E. Glenn and wife
to Mary A. "Walker, 30 feet on west side
Seventh Street, 30 feet south of Prest m.
Richard B. Branch from S. H. Pulliam,
trustee, 20 feet on east side Randolph
Street, 50 feet-east of Willis, $624.
W. M. Parrish and wife to Thomas C.
Williams, Jr., .34 feet on south side Grace
Street, 1?36 feet west of Madison, $8,500.
A. H. Robins and wife to Southern Aid
Society, 25 feet on east side Second Street
between Clay and Leigh Streets, $2,250.
-Henrico: James H. Barton's trustee to
Richmond Perpetual Building, Loan and
Trust Company, 10 'f??et at the southeast
corner 'Mitchell and Poa Streets, Barton
Gay Bon Air,
The closing exercises of Miss Shafer's
Cotillion Class was held at Le Noel Hotel
on Friday evening. The spacious parlors,
dining-room and halls were all thrown
into one by the large communicating dou?
ble doors, and the young people ' enjoyed
to their hearts' delight an evening of real
The german was led by Mr. T. Y. Moore.
Among the visitors and members of the
class were the following: Miss Stevenson,
of .theVWarm Springs, Va?;-Miss Colston,
of Wilmington. N. C; Miss Scott, of Gai?
veston, Tex?; Misses Forbes, Noel, Adam?
son, Sutton? Bates, Talco? and Shafer,
and Messrs. T. V. and Alfred Moore, Paul
and Louis Shafer. Stuart Leake. Frank
and Howard. Button. Talc?tt, Ai?amson,
Coolta, Forbes ?ad Feriasen, i ?
A PRETTY FEMALE
? DRUGGIST HERE
?ss Wanous Puts up Prescriptions
and Goes Into Society.
WAS THE SECOND IN AMERICA.
? IMost Attractive Young Woman Who
Does a Largo Business and Com?
mands Groat Kespect by Rea
. son of Her Independence.
Early in the week a passer-by happened
to glance into the convention hall at the
Jefferson, -where the American Pharma?
ceutical Association was holding its- meet?
ing, and saw seated with the members one
woman, .who -appeared so interested in
the proceedings and seemed so wide-?wake
and alive ?to the ?things going on around
her ?that she at once attract?1? the atten?
tion of die onlooker, who felt certain that
she ?must .poss.-ss a history of more than
passing interest. ' The supposition was
proved to be correct, for the attractive
young woman was Miss Wanous, the pro?
prietor of a prosperous drug store, of
Miss Wanous, although a very young
woman, not yet thirty years of a???, has
had a career that is rather remarkable
and eminently successful.
She was born in America of Bohemian
parents, and speaks her parents' native
language fluently. To this fact is pr? ?b
ably due the life work she has taken up.
for early she was called Into a drug st.<:-e |
to act as interpreter to the large number
of Bohemian customers.
Here the colored' bottles and vials nt
different shapes besran to attract the
little maid, and the desire came to
know what were their contents and how
they were made.
WAS SECOND TO GRADUATE.
When Miss Wanous told' her neoplo
of her intention to study pharmacy, she
met with disapproval, expostulations an?!
objections enough to discourage a less
brave young woman than she. Twelve
years ago the professions were not quite
so op ? to women as th?y ere to-day,
and few were able to surmount the
barrii placed in their way by those
who ?? ? - I such aspirations outside
v. ?in ? ?'.- spi* re. But in this instance
? our ige and determination won. and Miss
Wanous was graduated from Che Minne?
apolis College in. 1S32, tha second young
woman to receive a diploma in that
profession in America. For three years
she acted as drug clerk in one of tho
large stores of her city, and in JSOS, with/
an unlimited supply of courage and self
confidence, a goodly amount of absorbent
cotton and $220, saved from her earnings.
Miss Wanous opened store on her own
account, and one claimed by physicians
of her city to be a model drug store.
(MADE A BIG Si"''' ?ESS.
Miss Wanous ? irries on her business
in a physician's building, and enjoys the
implicit confu? ? :e of the members of
the medical profession of her city. She
has ? large prescription practice, and
devotes a great deal of hec time to
toilet articles of her own manufacture.
? ? cigars are sold i:i her store, no coda
water and no patent medicines. Miss
Wanous now has her sister with her
are both practicing physicians in Minne?
Five years ago Miss Wanous became
a member of the American Pharmaceuti?
cal Association, and at the convention
at Baltimore in 1S?8 she bad the honor
of h-intr elected third vi e-presfdent.
Miss Wanous has m -??? ed .
charming personality, ti: ? fri a ? ;
for her wherever she goes. She is ?
tall, beautiful .ihm well-groomed young
woman, with a fresh, blooming com
!:? s ?:- i of ber iti iti ? to her
profession. Miss Wanous by no means
gives up all social pleasures, but moves
in the exclusive social circles of her
Always A La Mode
"Some perple just naturally can't help
"That's so; there's ? Hrtda; if she got
bitten by a ?: ?g it w ? lid be lire to? be- a
For education-?] purpotea an Illinois
man has .;? sign? ! a figure iti tho shape
..!' a cube, comprising corner blocks wish
sockets t? support tubtrlni pieces, which
are joined to form the cube, hooks be?
ing placed In position to carry coras
which Indicate the diagonal and other
linos of the cube.
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Sixty per cent, of all Typewriters used for educational purposes
in Busings Colleges, Universities, Public Schools and Academies of
"Virginia and North Carolina are BAR-LOCKS. You can't afford to
buy without trying this writer.
Machines rented and sold on easy terms. Liberal allowance for all
makes of second-hand machines.
E. H. CLOWES, Manager,
Southern Branch the Columbia Typewriter Mf?. Co.,
No. 712 Hast Main Street
[ Old 'Phone No. 15.