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Cured at Home
Instant Relief, Permanent Cure
Trial Package Mailed Free to All
in Plain Wrapper.
The P>r;imiil Smilf.
Marn ijsc- of Pile* nave U^'ii cured b)
a tri*] pai r P>'rasnid Pile Ramcdi
without furthet treatment When it
prove* it> value to > : cri more fron
your dru^,;;?t at 50c < i>ox. and ! <? Mjre
you Ret the kiv.J you ask for Simply
out free coupi n below and mail t(,-dj\
>ave yoursel! from the surgeon* knif? IM
it- torture. .! .: r ami hi- bill;
Free Package Coupon
PYRAMID DR1 (. COM PAN \ .
402 Pyramid Bld? . Mar-hall. Mich .:
Kindlv send me sampli Pyramid
Pile Remcds. ai once by mail. FREE,
in plain wrapper.
Ad\i rt iaement
IVoir Orer tsphaJt Street*.
Four tea?nit*:f wsre arraigned la rollce '
<""urt yesterday ? ?mine or. charges of'vio-'
lades; the dt> ordinance by dnslng hea\!iy
loaded tsahielea ever asphalt streets. Each
was mied a> They wer? W W, Ricks. Sara
TlTr.berlake an4 J W Woodson Several,
whes* otJVr.sss n.re committed In Orace
Street >ttw?en Tu.!rd and Ninth, were dis?
missed Beeaass r.r-- il Street Is closed
, Talk- on Tariff in University
Extension Course Series
CHARVATS ARE DISMISSED
No Evidence to Sustain't har^e
of Inceridlarisrri Against ,
Tlesss Pdspatch Hureau.
j B?lling brook street,
(Telephone 1 tS5 > j
Petersburg. Vs.. December 7.
The second of the series of locdkiei
In the I'mversltv Extension i'ournf. ;
given under the nusplcs of the Pet-'
? . b irg ' i-operative Education An
toclatlon. ?j? deilveied tost night In
?)?' auditorium <-f I ho K. ES, lee }>ub!v
school before a largi and rnarnasn
1st Its audience, . > Di Thomas W.
Pagre, ? tt.? Uolversltj ?f Virginia
His thorns was -the tariff " The lac
turar wag introduced b;. Mayor Geoore
Cameron, ir. in the auduance wore
r-.an> women The lecture was a brief. ;
eoaiprehanatve retrii m the tariff. >
which was preseated in ; seaunee sal
? tractive, Interspersed at times srllh I
touchei of humor, thai the close '>t-.
Uni ei. of the and Is nee was heM from I
beginn t.i rod Ai the name lintel
... easi amount ol lafomiatlon, told In
i.3- isani style, was imparted to his
e*. i harte la Deasalaeed.
As Stated in The Times-Di>pat< ii
this morning, the- i hargi against
Fiank Charvat and his three sons.
Pohemian fanners of Prince George
County, of setting tire and burn't.g
the burn and outbuildings of their
m Ighbor Joseph Vltpi. on the nlpht
of November II. WSJ dismissed yes
lerday afternoon by Magistrate F'ul
m un. aftei an investigation at the
county courthouse, a nunsbei of wit-.
New N. and IV. Depot at Black.sburg
(Special to The Ttmea-TXcpa.toh.1
B.'acksbu.-g. Va . I><ccmber 7. ?With
ample facilities foi band ting the i an
siderable amount of freight and ex?
press that comes or goes from here
each day. and comfortable accommoda?
tions for the traveling public, the new
d?pot of th" Norfolk and Western
Railway at BlavksburB is n rar com?
pleted and !n use. L.or-ate.1 on the
company's lai.d at the south .-nd of
Main Street. It is convenient to the
business part of the town, has the ad?
vantages of furnace heat and slectric
iiirhts. and is supplied with writer f ?:
nevessary sewerage from th? town
The hu!U!r.* is 24 by feat, and is
mndel'-d aft?r the plan of the railwaj
stations in many colleg, towns. Ca !? r
the same roof are separat.- n-a1t.:is
rooms for waMe and colored, freight
and sxpr*ss r.>om?. a hairjr3S> room
and record room; n front !s an um?
brella shei ?< bv feet that 'affords
ample protection from the weather to
those arriving or deaartiag on the
trains rhe building Ig painted a right
gray, artistic and gleaning to the eve.
and the approach is an easy one for
tea maters .<? well as pedestriaas al
concrete sidewalk extending from the
limits .if the station grounds to the
extreme limits of the town aloi.-i Main
For ni.j" years t!ic people of Blacks
l>ur? and ths nearby country have put
up w itii Lh'- Inconvenience of easing I
no dfp ?t at all: the frame shack in Dee
for this tint' not being worth the name
of a railway station. When the Vir?
ginia Anthracite Railway was acquire.!
by th- Norfolk and W-stern at public
sale last January, one of the first
move? made by the new owners wad
to build a ftati.in In ke- ping wHh the
town and V. r. I. That it has been
??Ii [ '??!' ! and op.-n.-1 to the public
witho.it i! In; is a compliment to the
town and .1 cr tl ; to the company.
In five minutrs lime it All Indigestion. Heartburn
Dyspepsia (one and >our stomach feels fine.
Wonder ?hat spael >? .? ?toutacli
which portion of the I <; d ,: < ?'
?do \ouf Will don'i botht U
stomach ;- in ., ret h
?pset. ai d whjt \. ?
mented fast ?
dim- sad .! .->?
and f *jr'..1*1
foul, tl tSjM
ssjsssDt what b< i ? ?
Managua 11 ? an
. pSMS .i".d
snaps jroen brad
i.. ? - and m* !
BSt '..'k. . Kttll
;niT'i:l< - \ \, !1
:? i h A i Diapcpsfaa ocnsiotssBy
?;>? tonurii isgtranted. and they
? ?? favorite f<x.d- without fsjnr.
i' i ?.. stoaaara <; ? -:''. take care of
liberal Ban srnhoarl pesatanon; it
? ?'. mag? instead <>f a hilp.
!?. rinttm rebel i
,,..t- rash titt.
d'ug stores It'
mickeat, -urr?t. BSOit I
rape's DursBesnsn, nfcirb I
tritt" for .1 !ar^<- casi at I
? ? i wesnii irui ii ?Ii-1
i ? - ihstsga straight, -<> |
I bat :: i- asgAanah?nz. ?
:i .mm! .?n a ith a wc.ik.!
Baked and d-!
FROM OUR NEW BAKERY
tayotr home aVnSgJwj ? at % A M. Week da\ I at Maw, ard at 6 P V
L. K. SHEPHERD
Ice Cream Co.
Jfm HfcsT BROAD
I'hcne Medieon 7141
LET US SOLVE THE
With Beautiful and Useful FURNITURE
From now on till Christmas this store will be devoted exclusively to the giver of "Gifts that Please." A
thousand and one ideal gift pieces have been gathered here for you to ohoose from. There are gifts for men,
women and children; gifts that combine beauty, value and desirability with individuality and durability; gifts that
are as inexpensive and as costly as you can wish.. Goods stored free until Christmas.
You Can Pay a Little Down Now and the
Balance After Christmas
Just the thing for mot.-, i or sister
or wife?a pift that Is sure to delight
the recipient and ctttN them to al?
ways remember the donor?
S3.SO to $40
For Monday We Offer As a Special
100 CHILDREN'S COUCHES
Size 38x16 inches, nicely upholstered in a good grade of
leatherette in various colors The frames are very strongly
made, and will stand rough usage. These Conohes have
never before been sold in Richmond, and are wonderful
values, and will make an excellent Santa Claus Ai *q
gift for your little girl or boy. On sale at.?Ple40
WORTH $3.50 ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW.
A Full Line of Children's Toys
Fancy Parlor Chairs
DOLL GOO ARTS.
In a large variety of woods and de?
signs A gift that is always accept?
able, and one that will last tor years.
Our prices are from
88.SO to $65
in a variety of
Homo upholstered i
cretonne and velours.
artistically made of spun brass
with beautiful art glase shades in
many colors?with one, two and
$6.50 to $30
Oive him a Morris Chair and you
have given him the most useful of
gifts for his room. He will ?ay it
was Just what he wanted.
$6.73 to $45
SUTHERLAND CHERRY CORP.
?! Ill 113-115 W. BROAD STREET a
w . _-?M
at mm, some of ihem through an in
t. ri>reter. testified for the prosecutt'.n,
at the ceoci tasten of whose evidence
Tio eases srere rested, the defens.
calling no witnesses to the stand.
The Vltpis ttstilled to the facts
i sal the tiip. the destruction of their
buildings and mules and ca.ti.-e, crops
? ; l era arid peanuts, ?sricultural BSV
I cblnery and implements, and the t ? ? I -'
I lewisk ? f tracks from the scene the!
nest looming, and stated that there!
h?d aces til-feeling and asa-aesecta-j
.ion between the narvats and theSS
as ess beeaaa ot church troubles?
? -n Sei Tag SSSBlhtrs of the same Pres-1
hytertan i.'hurch Sheriff B'dss.-au. ot |
to. coil tit v. and his deputy, and oth-'is.
WhS w?r. with taeBa. testified to the.
;? .:..rr done by the bloodhounds the]
i veaiSSJ after the tire. The hounds!
t.e.k uj. tlo ti.iii and followed it to the
Ud Sf the home at the Charvals.
The] ein ed sreand the house s<\.i.ii
liases, bssl carried the trail no fart hl I
.\ft- r a setef aigaamai b> ..-o n n ?? i?
ladgi TlgBoth] Rivei sad J Oecdea
.-.:?!. for the State, and II. It.
liana, sf th;s efty, for the Astssaa ?
Magistrate imlllani promptly dischaia
. i t ? eccwsenl nun ..ii iht grrwesad that
tli- et ata had not been prov. d again-t
i.f them. There a!? * larse
CTWWd at the hearir.u. SS th- eases h? I
Braased much interest. especially
as i ~ th> Beasraataa estsaj
?lies ?1 lohsrr...
Paiei af leeee lehsaoce ^-t t..e war^
,. l This weeg we r. r>,..re than 9?;.
Mt pounds Aggregate- sales f.<r tl.e
^-.i--o. to dat<. I as, IM aewada, at fasr
- ittrfactory pnce> Ti.< tin' v eath
< ? for hauling this week will probably
rnsaM in heavy receipts neat wc?k. and
from now until Christmas There have
been as yet but few offering* of fine
Meetlsa ?>f ?aas.
A r. ft ill Camp. Sons of Confederate
\ ?t' r?ns. last night decided t
tead an invitation to the Rev H v.
Battle, p D. of Charlottes*, tile ?o
i'l.v. r an address at s publi- m- ?
Ing of the camp in F> bruar j Test
tem?s r Ranks. wa> ..t
pointed a committee of one te r"n -
raealanta with frr. Battle. and to ask
select sVfTers.->n Warts a?
'he SM A' the Januar?, meeting the
b' addressed by th- R?
t tame* A MrClS.-e. pasior of the S*. -
' or.d Pr?.-i vferl%n Church. In this riti
'.eserel tmi >?e*e.
The teachers ef Prince Oeorge
rountv ?mrl meet st Disputant a ??-.?
latasthsj to plan for the advance,
m'nt '.f edocstlona! work in the
efj r R Raate-. who ran b?>en a)rsa
?? hee awars on Itaerlson J*tr? et. I? f? -
ported as extremelv Hi.
H ? <\. \?<\ thst work on ?h? aaaj
j V M . ? v l ,tiding will he er,mmen..,a
early In the ewmlns yesr. Plans will
. b- er>nsMer>-a r>r (?,,. tsosrd ef d'~ec
i tors r.eat T?aadsy night
William arillU:. ? r-o attempt?
's* to Mel a sstr of ah see mj J es eat
Weiner. on Halifax Street Mr? Weiner
attempted to ?top him. when the BefJTO
dealt her a hard Mow in the facet
drawing blood. He was arreete.l.
William T. Wiseman, of Prince
Q) >re;i Caaurty. and Miss Lucy Wise
ni: \ r<? TOES IIA.
Je Weiert hue Diamond? from us.
How ahout yo?7 We aill deem I
i pleasure If .a give us the op?
portunity t" -how you throusrh our
beaarttfal array "f etbaeoe p:ere<? for
CaatataaM z:tt? ? '??mp.'t.-c oir prires.
ard fva wfl] bag from us your
DlMKiond?. \\??ckr?. Jewelry. ?IlTer
wrrr \o?eltle?i. etr., ete.
? II \* Hit \< H. rrop..
?1* Bresd street,
llr '?tire end *re I a.
$8.00 24-pc Tea Set
aafp.Rtr ?a hrr?d *<ro aastiftCt co.
? * ??< i - ie % atreae.
man. of Portsmouth, wre quietlv
married this afternoon at the resi
eeaea of the Rar. T. W. Moore, the
oftV i.itins minister.
Dr. ssgper, pastor of the First Ka?
tlst Church, will prearh to-morrow
nicht on 'The Wedding Link"
[Spatial to The Times-Dispatoh. J
" '??iM-ord. Va.. December 7. - ProT-se ^r
I .lohn Fisher returned Friday rrom
I Attorn-v Hester, of Lyn.-hburg. wa'
h \lsitur m town Wednesday.
Mr- A C Thomav PasBt W"dneadav
ln 14 n> hburtr.
Ml T. Q, puliir.. of Foreet. who BBS
hern a guest of Mrs. RW. Stratton for
BsaetaJ Saja has returned to Baf home
M - s. 1> H. Cross ,tnd daugnter. Miss
Oran ratawaaa Friday from a pleasant
Ms 1" Kiehmond
I: it Carson, of Appomattox. 1?
; lias Ms sax atk.n at his home here.
Mrs U? <; Morn*, of Monroe. Va.
i~ ;?? nding a few days with her
MsS**, W. K Hudson
J. ST. Martin, of (ilimerten. spent
last Sunday at tlie home of Mrs. it.
Richard Deamon. "f Norfolk, was the
gl of Miss Aubrey Martin Sunday.
?III. BE FATRtntlED.
V w ..ml ine r?lT Tree-urrr ef DanTille to Be
Kn.'tihl Bark f I ntte? Male?.
(Speria: M The Ttrae?-Dispatch J
DeSMBS. \'sj. December 7.?Governor Wll
lam Modaea Baas ha* beea officially aetl
tted my SBS .'t?te Department at Waablng
? R>S arre?t at Buenos Ayreo Argen
' gfl !?m S Peyior. absconding city
treasurer, who left here la Je.y. Investlga
tiea developed a eb^rtse* la Payers ac?
cent. t? with the State ef seer IS*** Noth
1-e m?. h-ar<t ef h"? whereabouts ?nu: re
?*'<-?. ^ ??? 0 e!?(J at Busco? Ayres
thrs?gt? UN BStlest? of ? t-ondlng eompaay
BS r.?^'???rv pr- :tr.laarlee wer? ar
r>'H ne ewe arrre'ed en as order frwta
v. .? :-etr>r. Mr win be brought sack te
raver if'i Ms wlf? sere Is
<????. ?-rner Maas this af terse an w>ree the
? remnnwe? Tb". ? ??o-n-y for his epplce
? '?1 tef ?ursdlt.oe.
"re rap-i-e of Parier makes It cartels
that tb? (?im .nwea.-s? ?tteraey wt; nght
leace In the 'need east
> .rr-d with rtBheSB^aieat ra
A FUGITIVE SINCE JULY
\e?re *aM te Have Ol ? Sit tree (rime
1 Joiy Arieeted iB Cowarj.
Manie! t/ewl*. the neffrn arrested
Tr?t-rd?v r.r constable De?ia, of Hen
* . . s? of robbery
und attempted] ?asstilt on UHUn Banks,
s n< er?, ?tri. has been wanted by the
H*nrire ? ti.orrMe? since last July,
th-n hl? ? iT.-neee are a legeS to aar?
It anas Bast that the a*ere had bean
- . ? ? 'h- ut.' In <j-.ie?
tlon, and that he *aly r-tarnee to
Richmond yesterday. Cone'aMe Darts
nahbed hisj aa aeoa aa Be struea the
FOR SOLDIERS' DINNER
l?r-hmond C hapter. I. D. C. Will Entertain
\ eteran* < hriatmaa Pa*.
At :he IWjatfM1 meeting of the Richmond
?'La;'!!.-. T*ri!T*<! I>?'?ehter? of the Confed?
eracy, which will be (i?M ?t 11 o'elork *.V<-d
r.??<Jay morning; in Ix-e Camp Ha;.', commit
tee* be appointed 5? arrange 'or
l?Bn->?: i"hristm?? dinn?r. which the chanter
I five* tke veterans at the bee Camp Soldler??
i Th- pr??Ment. M- Ba-!dnif>>. annocn -?
l tha? fh- meeting will m tt? ia?t one fc* *
I bet?r? tn? rhrlatmaa holldaje an* compile
arrani':n. n:? for the dinner wt.l be mace.
MI-O-NA Conquers Dyspepsia
Best Indigestion Prescription on Earth Money Back
It Does Not Promptly End Gas, Sourness and All
Stomach Agony or Misery?Only 50 Cents
NC or \ny Distress After Eating if
You Use MI-O-NA Stomach Tab?
lets?Always Keep Some on Hand.
If you want to be healthy, first be
wise--a whole lot of aiiments are due to
an unclean .stomach.
("lean up your stomach: dri\-e out the
poi?onou? jjas. the sourness, stop the fer?
mentation and heaviness and you will
t:n?l that nervousness, despondency, diz/i
II**-?-. sj< k headache, sleeplessness and bad
dreams will not bother you any more.
MI-O-NA Stomac h Tablets will quirklv
<-|*an up your stomach and put it in such
?plendid -hapc that \ou -an cat a hearly
meal without fear of distress.
MI-O-NA Stomach Tablets mean that
d>spepsia or gastritis or <atarrh of t!,e
-tomarh, or whatever the doctor rhoosea
to call it. will Nither vou no more.
MI-O-NA Stomach Tablets are simpl/.
splendid for any stomach si>lcne?s, - . i
as vomiting of prot*nanry. result of ovei -
indulgence in eatinc. drinking and smok?
ing, and for sea or car <i<-kness Sold by
dnijtgists everywhere 50 rents. Trtal
treatment and booklet free from Booth's
Mi-o-na, Buffalo. \. V.
Tragi'- Drug Ca\ guarantee them.?
Ad ver t isctnent.
Your favorite Shoes arc here in your
favorite leathers. Smart high boots, in
tan. gunmctal. patent leather, suede,
vicid, satin and velvet; ainty eveninp
slippers in suede, patent leather and all
colors of satin.
Delight "Her" with a pair of Fvpning
SI for a Chrietrnas gift?nothinp
will plea.ee her more.
Colonial Sample Shoe Shop
The Only Shoe Shop in Richmond Exclusively .f> Women
2m North Sl?th Street. Opp. Miller fk Rhoads
John Mundell Smith. Manager