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DON'T YOU WANT ONE
Jusr read down this list of EXTRA presents---you'd like to have your choice, would you not? They are the special presents,
contributed by the leading merchants of Richmond, to be presented to industrious little boys and girls at the Purity Ice Cream
CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL
This is the List:
10 Do/i Trunks?By Rountrec's.
Child's Toilet Set and 5 Iba. Candy?By Tragi?'*?.
One dozen Dai's- By Rountroe, Sutherland & Cherry.
An entire B >x ?o Thos. Shea Repertoire?By tin Bijou Thaa?e.
Child's Desk <md Chair?By Jone? Bros.
Solid Gold Ring?By J. T. Ailen & Co.
$5.00 Watch?By Lurasden & Son,
2 School Sets?By Virginia Stationery Co.
1 pa? Roller Skate??By Harris, Flippen & Co.
5 lbs. Candy?By LevensOfl Cigar Co.
Brownie Kodak:?By The S. Galeski Optical Co.
Solid Gold Ring?By J. S. James.
Guitar?By Lee Fcrgusson Piano Co.
Electric Car and Track?By Robinson, Nelson & Co.
Reed Chair?By Roth-rt & Co.
2 Gold Brooch Pins?By Nowlan &Co.
Boy'b Indian Suit?By Meyer Greentree.
Bov'o Cowboy Suit?By The Globe.
Set of Furs?By Whitlock Millinery Co.
$2.50 Gold Piece?By M. Creighton.
(?oTd Locket and Chain?By Schwarzschild Bros.
Flexible Flyer Sled?By Hopkins Furniture Co.
Mandolin?By C. B. Heynes Co.
One pair Shoes?By Specialty Shoe Co.
H.i^kct of Nuts. Candies and Fruit?By Geo. McD. Blake & Co.
Brass Clothes Tree?By Kent Furniture Co.. Petersburg.
Ticket of Admission, good Good New Year's Week, for every one
present?By Victor Theatre.
This List Will Be Added to From Time to Time.
These extra presents are to be presented to the little boys and girls who have the largest number of coupons which are attached
to the tickets issued with every gallon and half-gallon order of
PURE ICE CREAw
Remember. EVERY one attending the Festival will receive a present BUT THESE EXTRA PRESENTS ARE FOR THOSE
WHO HAVE SAVED THE LARGEST NUMBER OF COUPONS.
Y?>u still have time to save up for a special present?have mother order the Velvet Kind Ice Cream for
dessen instead of K"i"K to the trouble and bother of preparing pies and puddings. It will be better for you,
too. Ice cream is h< dthful and nutritious?in fact, it is more nourishing than manv staple foods and is far
better than pastries.
Order the Velvet Kind Ice Cream and look for the tickets?thev are enclosed in the envelope that con
tains the bill?a WHITE ticket with GALLON orders and a PINK ticket with HALF-GALLON orders.
ONE WHITE ticket or TWO PINK tickets entitle you to all the privileges of the Christmas Festival and
to a Christmas Pre>ent.
These tit ket< .ire i?ucd only with RETAIL orders, or, in other words, with orders for HOME delivery.
Attached to each ticket will be found the coupon mentioned above. TWO PINK coupons are equivalent
to one whole coupon?thus, if you have 50 PINK coupons you will be credited with 25 whole coupons. The
WHITE coupons are WHOLE coupons.
Obtain all the tickets you can and save the coupons?the extra tickets you can give to your friends so
that they can attend the festival and receive a present. Save the coupons and we will tell you later on where
and when to mail them. The winners will be announced at the festival.
On out-of-town orders, tickets will be issued ONLY ON GALLON ORDERS. The Velvet Kind Ice
Cream costs $1.25 a gallon, and is shipped express collect, charges averaging between 25c and 30c.
Send orders direct to our Richmond office. We guarantee delivery in perfect condition.
Out-of-town customers who cannot attend the festival may receive the regular present by mailing their
tickets to us with 4c in stamps to cover cost of forwarding. Out-of-town customers are, of course, eligible for
the special presents. In mailing the COUPONS (we will announce the time and place to mail them later)
they should include a list of their choice of the special presents?specify first choice, second choice, and so
on. so that if tho first choice or second choice, or any of the subsequent order of selection, is won by a person
from out of town the special present they desire will be laid aside and forwarded.
Tickets with coupons attached are now being issued, and will be discontinued after December 22d?
that is, no tickets will be issued with orders for delivery AFTER December 22d.
PURITY ICE CREAM CORP.
Phone Monroe 1861 10 South Jefferson Street
19 BE CONFERRED
This WkU Be Feature of Lcc
Elirthday Exercises in
1 m-s-iMspat? h Bureau,
i Bollinebrook street
Petersburg. Va.. I ???eemher it.?
The cominc anniversary of the birth
of Hen*?; I: i: ;.???. iitum ?11
he In part .-.bserved py peterohura
ffcapter. Tnlteil Daughter* of the Con?
federacy, hy conferrlna: crosses of
honor on surh veteran*, widows of
\.;er.ma and their i|. v^nHanl? 19 may
be entitled to them. There are some I
who have not heretofore availed them. I
?elv??i of the opportunst} to receive '
The anniversary falling this year on
Rtmday. A. P. H.I1 ("amp of Confed?
erate Veterans will have a nvmorial
service at one of the chutehes. to be
followed on Tuesday following with|
the annual parade and banquet. IV- ]
tails of tho celehrat.on are now being
Heath of Former ReslHeat*.
Information has been received of the i
death in Wifhita. Kan., on Dfivmh-r ?I
of Martin Mellar. a former citizen o: ]
Petersburg. M" was eighty-one years'
oid. and is surv.ved by his wife, whoj
was M s- Maczl* Hrander. of Peters?
burg, and who has many frienda ard'
B. K. Jones. * former citizen ot j
Prince Ceorge County, and well known
here, died at hin home in Payton. ?'.|
on Sundav. in the seventieth year of |
( nis age. The body will be bmusht
Petersburg for hunal ;o-morrow inorn-i
tng. I?e<-eased is survived by several ]
nephews and nieces. W. C. Jones an.l
Jfra 'A. A. Vaughn, of this elf?. R O. i
Jones, formerly of Petersburg, now ot j
Savanmh. tia., Mrs li'fircr \. tMtnean.
of Korest. Va., and William I. Jones,
l.*rae TeUncr* ?nies.
The ?al< ? ,.r t..!..v o to-day weie the
heaviest of any dav of the new season
agrregatlna m? lots?Kt.se? pounds
Prices ranged from f* to 11? per ban-I
dred pounds, according to quality. Tbe ,
dailv aale* this week are espected to
be larger than thoae of to-day.
There ar? three aspirants for t*?
eftV. of postmaster of Petersburg un
?er tbe Incoming Pemocrat.c adminl*
tration R P Harham, former ?dtfot
and owner ?f the Index-Appeal. Robert
O Base, a well-known young attorney, j
and William M. Martin. ??erstarr et!
the Chamber of Cemmerce. Each ba* j
an influential Indorsement Tbe term j
of OeneraJ Stita Boiling, tbe preseat'
postmaster, does not expire until Mav. I
2SI4. and his sure.--or will probably]
not h.? appointed until then. I
The ? ollectoraal-.
There are several adplrants for ip-'
pointment to the office of collector of
customs, now held by II. Claihnrne
Wlllson. Among them may be men?
tioned Bernard Mann, a prominent
lawyer; .Tame- BrncfcwcII. city wafer'
work- rrp!?trar. and Walter Kdwardl
Harri?, owner and editor of the Index. I
Appeal, each of whom I* ?troncl\ t
The eProfeaaor- I oeate.1.
"Professor" Carlo Mora, known also!
a- "Professor'' Chase, formerly organ- I
ist nf the High Street M K Oiur< h [
and a teaeber of music in thin city. I
who mvstertoualy disappeared some
weeks ago. hns b?en located In Pal-i
mettn. Kla.. where, it is said, he ia the I
organist of a church. He was rccog- j
nlzed by Petersburgers v'altlng that
place When Mora or Chase Ml Pe?
tersburg it itis ostensibly to visit an
alleged brother In Washington. Two
or three dars Tster a flerram ?:cne,i
bv the alleged brother was received
here, stating that Cirln Mora had died j
In a Baltimore hospital of injuries |
ceived in an automobile acctdent. The i
report could not ne verified by friends
here, and the B?v Ceorge Zclgler. pas
tor of the Christian Church, went to
Washington to investigate He dis?
covered that Mora was known there
as -Professor Chase.** and had left that
city several years ago. The telegram
fr.?m Baltimore about the automobile
accident and death. With the informa?
tion that the body would be cremated
;n New York, wie se;:t hv Mora to his
f-ienrls to enable h'm to disappear from
??cd >egeo t-onnd Oead.
When a neighbor went to the house
of A*a Heath, an aged negro, living
on Ti.ird Street, in Pocahontas. this
morning to rarry him something for
his breakfast, she found him lying
d>-ad and rol '. on the floor. He. ha"
been feeble for some time, and it is
saSMaesat] from the partially undressed
, o:idlti'>n of the body that the oH man
h;id gotten up for some purpose in the
night and iisd fallen and expired, lie
wan between eighty-five and nlnet>
years old. A grandson lived In an
upper r>.om. but he went to work early
without looking ' Into the old man s
lertlaa of slaVrssra.
The Board of Alderrrren met in reg?
ular session '.ast night, transacting
mueh routine business and voting ron
?renee in all measures sent up by
the Council. All appropriations, gen?
eral and special, ma'Ie by the t'oun
et| were xpp-nved. as were contra<tsj
awa-ied for st-cet and other puMi
improvements The tram-- ordinance
Men of Ability
What Are You Worth to Your Business?
You ran protect \our firm ;ig.iin>t the loss of \<?ur service* .it a vcr\ *nia!l or?l in m\ (<?m
pany Financially Mrong; liberal contracts ALL prodrome firm? arc using this insurant..
I.rt mc explain these very liberal c.ntra?t- to you.
L C. YOUNGER, Special Agent
Phone Madison 341. ?22 American Nat. Bank Bid*
met with some opposition. b'U was
passed. Xo nut business of import?
ance was introduced.
(General >r?i >otes.
The Christmas shopping In Peters
burg is in full blast, wltii fair weath
The streets are crowded and the store
1 people are busy from morning until
i Spanish peanuts have a ivanced In
pri'-.- during the last dsy or two. to
I onimandlng SI per bushel Tha
movement in the trade Is quite large
.\ hunting perty In I?inwl<l<l|r ???.?;n
rv \.?ter<ia' w.m successful in cat. h
ing two fos.es.
?.?tempi la Krwalrated.
What eame near being an att. mpt at
jail d.llxery was frustrated here to?
night b- PetevUxc Wr.ght when he
?nterrd and) searched the cell of <;.;*
N-.il colored, and found secreted there
several small steel saws. Seal .who <s
a desperate negro, and wh ? ma the
Jail trustlea afraid of him. aas sr
t a' lime II?. wll*. beb rought to tnai
n?M we. 1c l.llllan Mann, a rolore.1
woman, who has been going to the jal!
|o are Xeal. secreted the saws In I
him. The plan, it |s alleged, waa f >r
X. al !? ? '? h msejf out of his i ell. and
when Jailer Howler appeared he waa
to attack and try to kill Dim, then
release the other prisoners
Kenbridg?. Ta. December I? ? Mon?
day night was the regular night for
the annual election of om>ers In K e?
State l/od-e No. Z2t. af Kenbr'dge
The election resulted as follows
Thomas W Otlln. worshipful master
f W fsr* senior wa-o?n J T
Mar-ia. Janler warden l> V Mat
thews, senior .lea on lu J Jahillman.
Junior deacea William A Bridgefortn.
to aid the purchasers.
er on the chars.- '* *%r
ed in IHnwiddle fount;
?n Ir. Jail here ever %mc
secretary: 9. ft Watklns. treasurer.
[The annual banquet of the lod?a will
I he he|<] on December -'7.
Cvrm Wont Omm
fmim far Brsrj
?ad Ii ?
Set tea II HMMII
The pnettm praato that II MO
' tea all *vnof <J ikla alMMa
araoead the eattre wwulir.
Tke veadertbl ?nk# IB
?wm jolekly heali ky the
of ZXMO te ??rrelaaa.
Y on tmpi? eeptj * to a*a
It soeeat eaeart. to aa? a
aea'e or Mil?t toat a eat_
peartaa Han* that eaake rhjtot ft*.
? an all aata. all tteB. all
loa* the a>eek aaa acaw f% ft* i_ -
uwuMm. The f??iir?r pew of SI
to tim fee ah* hvaa tort*)* tort paa
aaly ? aaato wave to aatt?