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Country People Lay in a Sup?
ply of Pot r mac
(Special to The, Tlmes-Dlspntch.)
COMOIIN, VA., April 15.-The King George
.people uro complaining bitterly about the
present Inadequate steamboat service on th?
. Potomac Itlvor. The Handatt Company., who
o<vn and control all tho steamers that ply
between Washington and lower Westmoreland,
heve hut one boat on the route at present,
ami the schetlulo la euch that the people
of this county have to ?lo their shipping and
traveling to Alexandria and Washington either
, on Sunday 01? In the night time. The bont
how on the river come-down on'Saturdays
arid goes up on,Sunday?, all other tripe being
Thftde In the night. ? , . ?
?'AAs It Is next to impossible ? for people .re
'Hiding any considerable distance (mm'the rlv?r
' to .haul freight orni passehgqra to the landings
In,, the night; th'ey arc prnctlcally forced to
?hip and trnvel ,oh Sunday.. Public sentiment
..?:.? very strongly In favor of tho people along
tile Potomac buylr.g a freight and passenger
Steamer to he operateti imi?'pendi iitly ?ml for
the benefit of the pooplc.
.Some of the young people of this section
have Inaugurated a movement for building eu
????t??a? mission chapel In the neighborhood
' ot -. Chatterton, nn the public rond lending
from Osso to Ambar. ? ?hnpcl In that com?
munity would havo to be? between anil near
Potomac Baptist Church and fjt. Paul's Rpls
copal Church. '
The country folks arc now busily engaged In
"laying in" a year's supply, of Potomac her
ings. This I? on Item thnt hardly one family
in . fifty omits In the spring. From tho 10th
, of April lo the 1st of May, many thousands
Of choice "green" herrings nre hauled from
, the Potomac fisheries to country homes, Where
they nre washed, one by one, "roused" for
eight or nine ?lays, and then carefully salted
and "packed'?' for family u-?.v
? Even tho. poor people; who have to "count
the cost" of cverythln/? in advance, are ne
carerul about waving up" their fish money
ns they are about providing for the annual
visit of the tax collector. ,.
Judge John 15." Mason and*jfanllly,"who spent
' the winter In Kredcricksburg. have arrivi?!
ai tholr beautiful-country . home, here for tho
summer. ' . ? ' .' .
Mrs. Dr. Wall and Miss Maria Usmsfonl.
? who have been spending some Um? with their
sister. Mrs. Otis 11. Wallace, at White Hal!,
this county, have returned ?a their homes, In
Mrs. Montague Merrymnn and Miss Julia
Pemberton, of Wecdonvllle, arc visiting. In
the natlonnl capltnl city.
'Mr. David Adams, of Washington, spent this
..week with ,h|s hrothrr. Captain Jim Ailams,
' near Osso, In this county.
Notice has been given that the Mission Sim
.<1_ty school at Lamb's f.reek will be openod
toVpiorrow for the spring and summer sch
The heavy rains since Tuesday evening'have
? spoiled the plans of fanners who expected,
to finish plowing this week and begin corn
planting next Monday. Th<> sell has been
- tiw wet to plow for some days-past.
AT ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
Colonel T? L. Broun. of Charleston. \V? :
Va., is In 1hc city stopping on Floyd j
Avenue. He woe present at St. Pauls'
Church Just after the war. when a ne?
gro marched to the communion table
ahead of the congregation. v
? ..Colonel'lirOiin. in speaking of the mat?
ter on yesterday, said:
"TwO months after the evacuation of
Richmond, business called me to llich
mond for a few dayp. and on Sunday
morning. In June. 1SC6; I attended St.
Paul's Church, Dr.. Minncgeiode preach?
ed to a congregation fairly good. Il was
communion day. When the minister was
VjfeSdy, to administer the Holy Communion, ?
amongst ^tliose ' who ' first arose and . ad?
vanced toltile communion', table .was a'ipli. j
well flresee?> tt?gvirf?iunr,' very' bli?ek. "*Hj*
walked with an,air o? military authority,.
This was a great surprise and shock to
the communicants nnd others present, who
frequented that most noted of the Epis?
copal Churches in Virginia. Its effect upon
the communicants wns startling, and for
several momente they retained their soats
In solemn sileno?, and did not move, being
deeply chagrined at, this attempt of the
Federal authorities, to?-' off??nslvoly hu?
miliate them during their most devoted
church services. Dr. Minnegerodc looked
"General Robert !.. Lee was present;
?Mid he, ignoring the action and very pres?
ence of the negro. Immediately arose, in
Ids usual dignified and-V self-poKsoss?d
manner, walked up thoralsle of the church
to the chancel rail and reverently knoll
down to partake of the communion a:id
not far from; whore the negro was. ,...
"This lofty conception of duty hy Cen?
erai Leo, under such provoking and! Irrit?t,
ing circumstances, bad a. niable effect
upon the other communicants, who Imme?
diately wont forward to- the communion
table. I, being one of the number, did
"By this action of General Lee, the ser?
vices were concluded,, as if the negro hud
not been present. It was a? grand exhibi?
tion of superiority shown by a true Chris?
tian and great soldier under the most try?
ing offensive circumstances."
Politics in Botetourt.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)"'
F1NCASTLK,' April 15.?The political
cauldron, has not yet conio to; a boll In thl.
country, but the fires are being supplied with
additional fuel, and there Is beginning to bo
considerable talk- about the claims of th.
different candidates. For the offloe-ot Governor,
the voto will be very much divided,' with a
fair chance that Willard will bo in tho lead,
Hut both Merer*. Bwanson and Mann havo
many frlonds In the county, who will do them
faithful service. There is a strong temperance
element here, w;hlch In all probability will go
to Judge Mann, as he Is the only avowed can
WE WANT TO SEE YOU
In our store to-morrow. It Is business 6f Importance, eem?th/ng that
will put money In your packet. We can't tell you of all (the low prlceo
that we have In this small ad. Only a few. are mentioned below to give
you an Idea of what to expect.
Satin Tap? Girdles, beet made, ?% -CfcaT*
?Fine White embreldered Shift Waist Patterns, '"SO-T*
ors, ' et
Doys' and Men's Soft Bosom Madras Shirts, all fast col* nflj-,
Children's .Mull Hats and Caps; In blue,'pink and white, *> SZZgr*
inn?.??.?????in ini iiiim:
1,000 yards of Silk Ginghams, in plain and fancy effects, -j S&grr,
ul?r 25c. grade, this week* only.......'. JL Tt'L?
designs, 25c. grade.
Fine Sheer Organdies, In solid colors, and exquisite floral 4 fl)f?
Pinole Crepes, all delicate tints, 27 Inches wide, per -i f^j?
ancy Cotton Voiles,- exact Imitation of the woolen- ?? *%\/ f?
s, per yard...'.-. *..*^M/^2^'
1,000 yards of Fancy Silks, in checks, stripes and change?, ya <G>^t,
able effects, per yard.
Cno case of Cotton Challle, In Japan and Oriental stylos, ?ff?
entirely new,-por yard.r. ?a3-L?
Nurses' White Aprons,_ extra < long and v/lde, O ?-2*"?
We are originators of low prices In Millinery. We have the. most
complete line to be found anywhere'rind at prices so low .that It will
surprise you when' the goods aro seen.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE MILLINERY DEFT, 2d Floor.
ilMate' representing the temperance question.
But the real contest will perhaps come off be?
tween Swanson and Willard, ??> far sua th?
vote of TJotetourt Is concerned.
For BIcuUnant-Governor. Mr, Kllyson Is de?
cidedly tho most popular and will ..carry ihe
county by ? hanilsome majority.
For Cnltcd States Senator, Governor Monta?
gue-has many friend? nrd ?.??)1 bo well support?
ed. But, Senator Martin !?*s a strong fol?
lowing nlro. and It Is thought by many that
while the race will he h, close one,..yet It. Is
concerted that Governor Montague has the best
chance for wlnnlrp.
Affairs irr Campbell.
(Special to ?*ho Tlmcs-Dlspatch,)'
BROOKNEAI.. VA.. April 15j?Mr. ?. H.
Monroe has purchased the Scott property on
Scen? In tho Rotunda at tho University during tho banquet Thursday night, in honor of the Inebrila?
tion of P.veHldcnt Alderman. '. , ,
Statinton Hiver, .thus giving him control
virtually of this most excellent water power.
The seven stores at this place aro doing a
There are now two warehouses nt Urook
neal, nnd thero Is some talk of at least one
more by tho beginning of t|ic next season.
' The farmers meeting at this place was great?
ly reduced on account of tho stormy morning
of the r.'th Instant.
Reduction in production and holding tho
crop In thn barns and selling it thero wero
some,, of the things discussed. '?
^FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) .
KAYETTEVILLE. N. ? C, April 15.?Mrs.
George W. . Lake, of Washington city, has
Issued cards, announcing tho marriage of her
daughter. Miss Mary Warren Cameron, to Mr.
Joseph ?. .ftoss, of the business firm of John
B. Ttoss & Ron., of Charlotte, at 7:30 o'clock
on the evening of Thursday, 27th Instant, In
St. John's Kplscopal Church, of this city.
Miss Cameron is one of the most accom?
plished anil admired young suclety women of
North Carolina, unii la of distinguished lineage,
her parental grandfather, being.'the late -Paul
Cameron, of Orango, uno of., the largest land
and stone owanw In the-' Htatc, nnd her
maternal grandfather, the lato Colonel II.
H. Short, of. Lake 'Waccamaw, a very In?
fluential Democrat and "man of affulrs" in
tho Capo Fear section.
For a ?Disease Germ That Liquozone Can't Kill.
On every bottlo of I.lquozone wo offer
f 1,000 for. a disenso germ that It cannot
kill. AVo ?lo this to assure you that Llquo
isono does kill got ins.
And It is tho only.way known" to' kill
germs , in . the body wlthuut' killing the
tissues, loo. Any drug that kill,?' garnis
lu a poison, ana" It cannot be takun in?
teniuily. Medicine Is almost helpless
!ri 'any germ disease It- Is this fact
which glvofl' Llquozona its worth to
humanity; a worth so great that,, after
testing tlm product for two yours,, tnrouKh
physicians anil hospitals, WO paid $lOU,Ou?
for the American rights, Ami wo nave
f pont over ono million dollars, ih ono
jeur, to buy. tho first hottle and give
U fx'co 'to'euch sick one who would try It,
Acts Like Oxygen.
Lkiuozono is not made by compound
??? drugs, nor Is thoro any alcohol ?? it,
Its virtues aro (l?riyet) solely from gas
?-largely oxygon gas?by a process requir?
ing Immenso apparatus1 uni) ? days' timo,
This process has, for more than so years,
been tho constant subjuot of scientific
and chemical research.
Tho result Is a liquid thai clou, w.at
oxygen dors, It.Is u nervo?.food and blood
lopd?tho most helpful .thing in tho world
to you. Its effects uro exhilarating, vital?
ising, purifying, Yet It is an ubBoluti.ly
certain germicide? Tho runson is that
germ? are vegetables; and 1.?<?????????l:Ke
an oxcesa of oxygen?Is deadly to'vegetal
Liquo?ono goes? into tho, stomach, hito
the bowels and into tho blood, to go
wherever tho blood goos. No germ can
escupe it nnd nono can resist It.'. The'
results are Inevitable, fqr a germ dis?
ta.se musi end when the.gen.is are killed.
Then Llfluozono,: uotln? as a vyoudeifui
tonic, quickly restores- a- oonriil.ion of per?
Jed heulth. Diseases which, have reslstru
medicine for years yield at once to Liquo?
zono, and It ouros discuses which piedi?
olilo never euros. Half tho people you
moot?where vor, you are,-- can toll you of
cures that were inndo,by II.,
These, aro -the' known germ diseases,
All that medicine can do for these
troubles is U) help Naturo ovorcomo
the gorma and auch results aro indirect
and uncertain. Llqtlozono attacks tho
germs, wliorovor they aro. Ami when
tho germs whloli causo a disouso aro de?
stroyed, the disenso must ond, and for?
ever,? i'Thnt is Inevitable
Anilina. lluy Kevin??Influenza
Alices.?Anaemia Kidney Disease!.
nrunebitU ? l.a CJrippe
Illood Poison Leticorrhea , -
Ilrlght'a Disease Liver Troubles
JJowei Troubles Mnlariu?Neuralgia .
Coughs?Cold* ? Many Heurt Troubles
Dysentery?Diarrhea Bkln Dlseatt?
Dandruff?Dropsy Stomach Trouble?
Dyspepsia Throat Troubles
Eczema?Erysipelas ' .Tuberculosis
Fevers?Gall Stone? Tumors?Ulcers
Gonorrhea?Gleet , Women's Diseases
All discaaes that bogln with fevers?all In?
fluiiiinailon?all catarrh?all contagious ' dis?
euses?all the results ? of impure or poisoned
blood, ? '?'.
In nervous debility Llquozono act? as ?
vllullter accomplishing what no drugs eoa da,
. 50c. Bottle Free.
If you heed Llquozono, and have
never.'tried it, please send us. this coupon.
We will then mail you an order on a
local druggist for a full-size bottle, and
we will pay tho druggist ourselves for It.
This ; Is our freo gift, mudo to convince
you; to show you wliut Llquozono is, and
what It can do. In justico to yoursolf
ploase accept It to-day, for It iliacos you
lindel' no obligation whatever.? ?
I.lquozonc costs 50o, r.nd )1.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
tor'this offer may not appear again. Fill
out the blanks and mall It ta Tho Llquozono
Company, 158-?H4 Wabavh Ave., Chicago.
My disease is....,;.
; 1 have noyer tried Llquozonu, but If you
will supply ine u 60c. bottle trot, I will
Any physicien or hospital nut yet Vsliig
?,????????? will ho gladly supplied for a test.
What New York 'Paper I lag to
Say of .a PorWr Lynch
HAS IDEAS OF HIS OWN
Conducts His Business on High
Plane arid Has; Confidence
. of; His Associates.
The large clrclo of friends of Mr. Me
Ihvalne Knight, formerly of this city,
but now of tho firm of Mcllwalno Knight
and Company] of New York city, will be
glad, says the Lynchburg News, to learn
of the prosperity of the firm headed by
Mr. Knight, which, bythe way, Is an old
Lynchburg concern,, having moved to
Gotham several years ago from the Hill
City. The firm Is conducting on a larger
scale the samo character of business It
did in this city, Its affairs being In a
prosperous condition. /
The following Item taken from a re?
cent edition of the NcwYnrk Dally Trade
Review, shows someti?lng of'the hustle '
of tho firm: '
A Daily Trade Record reporter, while
on his regular rounds yesterday, was at?
tracted by some new signs put up hy
Mcllwitine Knight.and Company, No. 678
ilo Investigati;?., and after being invited
into the private- onice, was shown an
ornately bound little brochure which Mr.
Knight hnd prepared especially for dis?
tribution only to his .salesmen, who this
week are starting on the rond with their
sample linn of men's suits, raincoats and
fancy vests for the fall and winter sea?
son, This little brochure, being concrote,
tangible evidence of certain Idcvis deemed
by Mr. Knight to. be. of sufficient Im?
portance to warrant the expenditure Of a
considerable amount of, money for their
publication, struck the writer as a char?
acteristic example of the methods used
by the house in the building up of its
business, which occupies all tho lofts' of
tho structure at No,'678 Hroadwav, and
as the business Is a growing and success?
ful one, It 1? believed ..that the content? of
this little booklet will??be of Interest to
our readers. Wo reprint It verbatim, as |
PERTINENT POINTS POH PROORBS
? ?UVE PEOPLE; -
It Is the'little things that malto Ufo
a pleasure?tho cordini hand''grasp, tho
pleasant srrillc, Ilio kind words spoken,
tho hearty ".How do you do,?" and tho
choery "f.lood morning." '
But it takes ? pluck, push and porso
yeran?io to make business n. success.
Show mo a man, who Is'earnest Jn his
efforts, persevering In his work, honest
in his dealings,, frank in ills statements,
and we Will show ynu a man.who Is suc?
ceeding Jn his undertakings,
Things not'worth doing right aro not
worth doing'at all. . . ?',.
If your work Is a boro to you, ohango
It?got Into a btislnnss that Is ?igrocable.
You must first love your work boforo I
you can givo It thnt undivided time and |
attention it requires and doserves,
Havo an aim In life, have a purpose In
Vlow, and if your snlary Is not as largo j
ns you would like to hnvo It, and you
want it Increased, tho only way to do Iti
Is just to till your Job so full of good,
honest, carnost, faithful work''that It will
Fear not; It won't he ?vusted?some ono
will seo It and recogniiio it.
Business mon do not run .their places
of business for charllnblo purposes, and
vacun?les, as a rule, urn filled by those
who have earned and deserve promotion.
Tlio manager of a factory makes a
foreman out of a man In thoranks who]
Tho Prealdo.it of the United States
makes up his cabinet out of m'en who
have made a success In Ufo, ?
Thore is no place In this, rtho figo of
"got thore" and stlivk-to-ltrlve-noss, for
drones, clack watchers and weather re?
Success Is a stepping stono'frpm a small
Job to a bigger one; froni.ariow position
to a higher ope, and no onp can reach
the top round of the ladder without llrst |
taking the bottom round. ; , ,
Voli must learn'to walk well'before you
A good apprentice niakou a foreman;
a good foreman makes a manager; a
good manager makes a superintendent; I
ft", good fiulosinn'ii makes a stockholder;
a good stockholder makes a. director; a
good director malees a president.
So it Is in all the callings of life. You
must do wel} what you aro doing If ypu
ever hope -to be tmlled t<> a higher and
?mow responsible position. ? Those who
Rev. EH Keller, D. D., Praises
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Uses it in his home and is glad
to have his name appear with
the many prominent preachers
who thank God for the good
done by this great invigorat?
ing tonic and stimulant. ;
"A Form of Food
Says Lending Physician.
"I use Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey as a physical restora?
tive and recommend it as a val?
Oentlemen?I am' a Pennsylvanlan of the
fourth generation; was boni in 1825. Have
lived always''dn, activo life. My motto wae
and Is: "?e temporate in all things." I ant
lit the enjoyment of all'my faculties unim?
Slnco In my eightieth year I am using your
B?ro Malt Whiskey iis a physical restorative
und regulator, and 1 recommend It as a vai-i,'
uablo preservative. ELI KELLER, D. D.
Allen town, IJa., Feb. U, 1005,
RJ3V.? BU K__-LER, D. D.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
l3 tho safeguard of the young and .the simlalning power of tho aged. Endorsed by the mqut eminent ministers, doctore and tern-,
peruncc workers. It Is tho grandest medicine given to mankind, It is guaranteed to be absolutely free from fusel oil. and Is the.
only whiskey recognized by the Government ns a medlolne. ,,,,..,
It Is the siifocuri! and reliable preventive of pneumonia, consumption, coughs, colds, grippe, bi-onchlnl affections, throat, and
lung troubles und all wonltciiing and wasting diseases. It tones up th?) overworked heart, supplying vital force to all the organs.;
It builds up the weak and run down system from whatever eausO, and is the great tonic invigorator for weakened, tired nerves.
It Is nature's greatest enorglzor. ..-.., .-??',
Caution.?When buying Duffy's from your druggist or grocer! nolst on receiving the'genulne. You'll recognize the "Old Chern^,
1st," on the label. Do not accept harmful substitutes sold by. tin scrupulous dealer? for profit only. Duffy'a la the only ?afe, help?
ful, pure malt whiskey. Price iLOO: If your dealer can't supply you, write direct to Duffy's Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y.
MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS.
Great Inlovest attaches to this reproduction of ? painting of Mrs. Jef?
ferson Duvlu, recently completed by Mrs. Jenny Dolong Klee. Tho portrait
is official, ui.il will probably be sent to the Capitol building of one of tho
Southern States.; It shows Mis. Davis seated in a curved mahogany chair,
?gainst a curtain of crimson velvet, with an open hook on her lup. The
face weal's un expression of seriousness, bowlering on sndn?ss. Sho is
dressed in a simulo black gown, with colini' ami cuffs of rose ?ioinf. Tho
collar is fastened by a brooch in the form of a diamond crown and pendant,
and on her right brent Is a group of badges, the insignia of the Daughters
of the Confederacy, the Huguenot Society and other organizations to which
she belongs. ,
never do moro than for 'what they fire
piild aro ney$? paid moro than for. what
May those suggestions, so feebly ex?
pressed,, find a lodgment In.tho minds and
hearts of our co?workers and bring forth
results?'the- coming'Dill? season that will
provo bcnoflclul to us all',
Pledging our ''d?termination' to faith?
fully fulfill and perform tho duties ox
Iiecftou of us, and believing tlio sanio
of each of you, and assuring you of our
earnest: deslro to havo our business're?
lations-mutually pleasant and pr?Otnble,
we t,eg to romain, with kln?i regards
and ? bast wishes,
?Yours truly, . ?
M'lLWAINE .KNIGHT & CO,
Ho'wevor, tho contents of the booklet
printed above 'demonstrated very clearly
that Mr. Knight works not 'only over
his salesmen, but also with them and
shows conclusively what a big asset
ite ooiisldera esprit do corps.
Tho house Is a cloVor user of printer's
Ink and advertising generally. It adver?
tises rogulurly In moil's woar to reu oh,
the retailers of clothing, and also uses
many daily pupors. by the latter method
creating among consumers a demand for
thfv "Ragle Brand Honest an a 1 ?oliai? |
Mr. Knight 1ms Just sont through tho
malls to retail clothiers'un utHoctivo
folder, the title of which is "Tho Star
Attractions for Visitimi: Clothing Mor?
ol?ante;'Tho Now York Rapid Transit
Bubway and EaslQ Brand Honest as a
Dollnr Clothing." Several pages of this
this stomach to
Its normal con?
dition o r to
tired feeling so
prevalent In the
SprlnQ the Bit?
ters should bo
J y o il r ft fst
?V choice. It nov
" er? falls in casen
of Spring Fever,
tli n, Dyopopsla, \
folder aro devoted to statistics pertaining
to the subway, tho Brooklyn brldgo,
prominent buildings, churches, monu?
ments, 'hotels and parks, and tho con?
cluding pages of thu folder contain facts
pertinent to tho Engte ' Brand Clothing
and tho house of Mellwnino Knight and
While in tho building the writer was
Introduced to Mr. David Wols, who has
boon .connected with Mellwnino Knight
and Company for tho past six months,
nnd from whoso practical hunda havo
como all tho patterns for thu garments
made by this house this season. Mr.
Wels, besides bolng.'an expert designer,
whoso experience was gaine?! tri tho
Wholesale trade In Now York city, Is also
an exceedingly able Judge of fabrics,
having bundled woolens since lu?' was
sixteen years old, when lie started his
career In a woolen mill In Austria. Sub?
sequently ho hits been in the clothing
biiHlni'.sii? He nHnlst.1 In selecting tho
goods from which the Kugln Brand gar?
ments are manufactured'.
?'? einuo back to the ' matter of the
relatlons\ butweon employer tupi sales?
men, ,a . fact which -may ,1m interesting
Is tl)i)t all of tho .sixteen, salesmen em?
ployed by. MollWiilne. Knight and Com?
pany are thoroughly Imbued with tho
principles ? promulgateli by Mr. Knight,
and after'long years of'association with
tho house havo found that their expe?
rience demonstrates the wisdom and cor?
rectness of Mr, Knight's conclusions.
?Personals and Briefs.
Or. \V. Al ' Wiiikllu'o, Utjlted States army, is
visitimi; 'Mr, on<| Mrs. ?. ?. Tucker, on his
way to Allanto, (tn.? from Washington. '
Mrs. John V. rtninsiiy, nf No. ?15 lSust Frank?
lin SI net, who wue operated on for appendi?
citis, Is sun Very |U.
Mrs. ?\'. Y. Hubert sou ut Bollili Point Street,
Is steadily luiimivliig. Accnmpunled by her
mother, ?um ?Hl leave Hi? 1st of May for the
mountain? <>f Virginia to spend the summer.
Misa Ouille lift.*?, of Np. 105 West (.'lay,
Ktixet, who Iiiih liei'ti spending the whiter with
friend? ?" ?""' York, Philadelphia und At
liintli: City, lies returned hume.
British Consul Injured,
(Wy Associated Press.)
MKXICO CITY, April 15.??Mr. lteiider
soii, Uritish consul at Muzatlun, has been
seriously Injured by falling' fron) his
horse. Ills skull wue fractured.
''..?'.".v...'.: .?-,,,? '?.?'??
HOLD THEIR FIFTH \
Gathering of the Richmond Edu?
cation Association Here Next
The fifth annual meeting of the Rich?
mond Education Asaooiatl?n will be held
in the auditorium of the Mechanics'
Institute on Tueslday evening at, 8:30
The mfcetlng promises to be ot great '
interest and a full attendance of mem?
bers is desired.'
Tho association has grown rapidly in
the recent past and thero ar<f now about
seven hundred and thirty members on
the roll. '
Tho annual meeting will be addressed
by., prominent members, - and '. Interesting
committee reports will be submitted and
The officers will also submit their re
The association Is doing a fine work, .
nnd never -was in 'better shape. Deep
Interest Is being manifested and many'
new ideas will likely be suggested on,
Mrs. W. W. Daviea will be at Mm. Robert?
son's, Forest Hill, until May 2d. She will
then go abroad for the summer. !?,? . '.
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Dunlop Flour is madev
from the best winter
wheat, so carefully mill?
ed that all the wheat
flavor and strength is?,
retained. It is pure, nu?
tritious and guaranteed
to be the very best flour
made. Sold by all gro?
cers. Take no substi?
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We want everybody to
call and see our bloom?
ing plants for Easter,
Red Rambler Roses,
with 500 blooms on them';
Easter Lilies, 10 to 15
blooms; Hydrangeas, As
Mann & Brown
5 West Broad.