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H?llt Up r?y Hood's Saraapariila.
In many < a?es oi* general debility Hood's ?
Jfcfeaperilla ha? ?hown iu great intrinsic j
kird?tinat v?orth, a? in the case r?t Mr? ,
L. U Hi kferd, Gossville, K. H , who
writes- "Whenever I haw suffered, as In 1
tbc spring, frag) a jr stierst run-down coa-1
dftion ra* the erstem -pruetratiou. dw
Kj>o*ia. *r/> -?> thai tired feeling t
vr inker HiamI's Sa rsa par ilia and it ha* !
?ffe? ted a cvdiijiletr restomtiun to health
fid it tt>-clay in the usual liquid form i
or in the labtet! known a? Sarsafubs
STAND FALLS <1 I
MOIIIfS ASf MADE
Many Hurt When Support:
Crashes In at Scene of Spe?
cial Fire "Alarm."
A feature arkaak was not included in!
tk ragman ?-h?n the Police and Klre
Departments posed for moving pic-|
turn I lei iildaj afternoon at 2:301
?'?leck in Broad Street, at Tetith. oc-j
our red wkea a ehea\ on which a large,
crowd of yo'ing mea and boys had j
congregated fur the purpose of ob-1
talnlaaj s better view of the demon
StraUoo, collapsed under the unuajualj
weight and tumbled them twelve feet
la the par. ment below.
Six-year-eld aMhef V nan tan. daugh
t- of M. H. Vranlan, a confectioner of I
SSt Hast Broad Street, who was stand?
ing und"r the scaffolding, ws? caught
hy the falllt.g timbers and crushed.
It was at first thought she had been
kllod. b'.it after she had been removed
t-> the ktemortal Hospital by l?r Hook?
er. <-ity Hospital ambulance surgeon,
ami m thorough examination mad*, it
w-.-ts found she had escaped with a
broken arm and leg Whil? seriously
hurt. It r condition last night was not
regarded ?s critical.
With other children, the girl was
eager to view the dash of the fire
apr.iratus <s it responded to the
"'alarm - t jrn ?d in for the spe. *al b?-no
flt of thf motion picture camera
The sited, hullt of rough boards and
light timbers, was erected on the south
side of Broad street, from Ninth half
way to Tenth, where the LaTrlc Theatre
Is in the course of construction. The I
men and boys who climbed upon it I
fou;.d it a splendid vantage po'ru
from which to watch the dash of the
Fire Department, but under their
?weight the temporary structure gave j
way. Many of those who fell withj
the woodwork sustained minor inju?
ries, b it aside from the Uttie girl, no
ane O as badly injured. However, a
dozen or more had broken hats ae
reminders of the narrow escape.
The picture tr.ach'ne. which had been
set to catch the fire engines, managed
to get a vieji of the unusual accident
The accident, happening at a time
when the street was crowded, not
only with < ttizens. but large numbers
of policemen and firemen, created con?
siderable excitement. Many ran to the
assistance of those hurt. The agoniz?
ing cries of the g'rl brought many
comforting hards to her assistance,
land she was removed as soon as pos?
sible to the hospital for proper surgi?
cal treatment. When It was found that,
no one else had been badly hurt, the
excitement quickly subsided, and the |
crowd t urned its attention to the ap-1
pesrance of the subjects for the mov- j
K. of I*. Offlrrni Installed.
I .a * renceville. Va.. January 4?The;
Kn,ghts of Pythiaa Lodge, of Law
rencev?le. installed the following offi?
cers at the meeting on Friday .night:
?" II T\'i:i'ams. ,-liancellor commander:
.1. K. Hb wkea. vice chancellor; P. S.
Hirks. t.relate: C W, Taylor, maater
Of work. J R, (iwer., rnaster-at-arma.
b" P. Harden, keeping of records and
seals. H. P Hall, master of finance:
P. ? Edward, master of exchequer: C
E Browder. inner guard. W. T- Ed- i
war Is. outer guard.
i OQatry l cars That jqi v<. W'il!
Be Fateful for
The\ Recall Famous Prophecy j
oi Lenorniand, Which
W as Fulfilled.
?.special Cable to Th? Time?-Despatch.)
Berlin. anJuary 4.?OttMM seem
t ? b< impressed with the, idea that
1913 will be a year of fate for this
?juntry Thia is evidenced through
out the pi ess editorials and re\ ews
in which there are numerous artieles
warning the people not to forget God
lest a great .?tastrophe should recall
them to their duty.
liesplte .ts science and Us Intellect?
uality and materialistic trend, a larg"
portion of the ?eerman people are at
heart mystlo and Inclined to supersti?
tion. The gloomy outlook for 1913
seems to be based generally On the
dark and threatening portent of the
political aspect of Europe. Here and
there is mentioned the fani"tis
I-ophecy of the gre:?t seeress Lenor?
mand. Prince William, who was later
the first German Emperor. Is reputed
to hsve railed on her In 1?C9. when Ith
phophetess Is said to have told him
that she would answer four yuestit>n.<.
Prince William asked her:
"When will I fight at the head of an
To this she replied "Add lsL'9 r- Ii ?
vctys and upwards, that is, beneath
the nine of Ittt, place the figures 1,
S. 5. 9 vertically and add. the result
will be 1819.
"When will there be an end <<f thu
victorious war'."' asked the prince.
To th.s the seerees replied: "Treat
1*49 the same way as IS:'?." The re?
sult was 1871.
"When will I die? " asked Prince Wil?
The same treatment of ItTI gave the
The fourth question was. "When will|
the end of Prussia come?" and by tiiei
same treatment of 1SSS the figures 1913
In 1849 William fought at the bead
of his troops against the rOTOlwUon,
In 1**1 he was crowned Emperor at
Versailles In 1888 he 'ied, and 1913
is Just opened.
May Nap at Loach Hour.
The employes of stores and offices
in Berlin get one hour and a half in
the middle of the day for lunch. As
the cafes have no places In which to
lie down, a company has been Corned
and incorporated with a capital of $?.
Oe? to enable the clerks to have a ajvitet
siesta This will give the clerks a
chance to have a nap during the luncn
A unique New- Year's gift was re?
ceived by the Kaiser and Kaiserin >n
January 1. It was brought to t:-.e new
palace at Potsdam by a deputation of
the Salt Workers' Brotherhoid from
Tal. The salt workers claim this
privilege, and for many years a dep- j
utatton from that place has brought 100
hologma sausages weighing a pound :
each, one gooae ;.-. er sausage made ea- |
pecially for the Kaiserin, several bas?
kets of eggs and a small sack ->t salt. '
with a poem written by a salt worker, !
which la read to the royal family on
the presentation o? these gifts. Tbl
deputation, during the Interim between
the coursee of the Kaiser's New Year's
family dinner, goea around the tabl?s
and personally distributes the glfta o:
the sausages, which always afford the 1
Kaiser much fun.
THE MOST VALUABLE MEDICINE
Made From The Choicest Grains
Barley is I tmty old grain. It was an important article of
food in the primitive dart when men were strong. The mighty
Greeks ate broad Mid barley flour. Since the beginning of
history, drinks marl it from barley have been used in cases of
Illness. All the ancient nations recognized its wundenul
Barley is a costly grain, yet the very choicest
barley. regardless of cost, is used in connection
with other ulectad gr,tiri in making Duffy's Pun
Malt Whiskey. Other so-called "mult wluaktea''
which you i an buy in the store at a leas price
than Duffy's Malt use cheaper material with a
meager amount of malt; hut bear this in mind -
these imitations, while they are made to look like
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, have not the Medici?
nal Strength-Giving Properties nor palatability
and fine flavor tluu characterizes Duffy's Pure
When coavalsseiag frata ittasss, of
when the system is run down, <>r in u*
vi i jlds, I'uughs or sffactioas tit las tlvoal
m taaaa, I|" niedtrioe b so effective .1*
REAL Malt Waatkcy takea h smeil
<l<?e>. And the Malt whiskey whii h baa
the utmost of tficneth-eivins flcnsents?
elementf which <?n only be obtained
through the use ul BARLEY MALT?is
Rotoaia*toded by physiriaa? for atoeost
half a i t ntiit>. $1 pei largebuttleof aay
drittes*, noccr or dosier.
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y.
One of the Possibilities
Why suffer with distressing, nerve-racking
neuralgia when Noah's Liniment will relieve
you? It quiets the nerve? and scatters the con?
gestion. One trial will convince you. Noah's
Liniment penetrates and requires no rubbing.
is the beet remedy for Neuralfia. Rheumatism Srutiea. Ljr-o
Bark. Stiff Joint* and Muscle*. Sore Throat. Coida, ft:
Sprains. Cut* Brusaea, Colic, Cramps Toothache and uM fkmTM
Bone and M?sch? Ache* and Pain* The fenume has Noah's
Ark. with RED band on front of package and Noah? I
always in RED ink Bra-art of imitations. 25c. 50c and Si '*">
per bottle, aad told by all dealers in mediane GoOTMtsi or
?Matty refunded by Noah Remedy Co, Inc.. Richmond \ a
Here's the Proof!
"I suffered Sfeeaa] live tears with neuralgia
!? d pain in the -A< P.e ; ... ?a- v ?e\rrc 1
ff.ukj not sWi' I tried Nt^h's Lir.enert. and
t ? nret ?. plication rude me I eel better than
ra manv >ears. ? Mrs Martha A Nr*, Ruh
"I ?uffe rd trn \ear? nr
more ?Ith a dreadfully ?ore
nain in mv Urk. ard tried
a return of The pata and
soreness rill I tester! dM
'N?ah Ljnirnewt.' of whirh
les? than half a N-.ttl? *wr.?
to havr made a pcrfrct ture.
I ik f* i? jutt grand, ard
in*> and ent
Charles W. Anderson Finds
Wife's Body, Her Teeth
Clutching Tube From Jet.
: NO KNOWN REASON FOR ACT
Domestic Relations Always
J iappy?Leaves Letter Re?
questing No Publicity.
For no motive known to hrr hus?
band, or any one else, an tar as coulu
be learned, Mrs Joanah Anderson,
thirty yars old, wife of Charles W.
t DatarSSMa committed suit-Me yester?
day shortly after noon at her home.
!?! South Tine Street, by inhaling
laiinK gag Her lifeless bodv
. was i .und lying upon the Moor of tne
, bathroom by her husband wnen he en
tared at -:45 o'clock Thoush liorrl
led, Mr Anderson took in the situa
I tloa i" I Slaaea The strong odor of
j I and .4 rubber tube leading from a
? jet. and which had been detached from
a stove . nd was clutched tightly be
i a -er. the woman's teeth, confirmed his
Whea Dr. Armlstead L Welllord, who
respordedl to an emergency call, ex
ao the woman, ha announced oh*
b id been dead two houra Coroner
Taylor was notified, and after a brlet
eaaaalaatloa confirmed the opinioj of
Dr. Taylor pronounced Mrs. Ander?
son's death a clear case of suicide,
with nothing suspicious about it.
Tnere will be no inquest.
We Hrston Known for Aet.
Members of the family anii frleuos
-. i a last n'ght could advance no rea
why Mrs. Anderson should have
taken her iif< . When last seen, wft'.rn
was on the street shortly before 12 j
o clock, she appeared cneerful artl in
the best of spirits.
Mr. Anderson, employed as c erK (
by ?:rau?. lluaat A Company, returned j
from work about 2 o'clock, an1 after
calling his w'f- and receivMg no re-]
pLy. presumed ihe was shopping, it be- |
i.-.g customary fcr her to do tht weekly ?
marKetu.K ejirh Saturday. He retired
to hie room and disrobed, pret-orlrg
foi a bath
When he entered the bathroom, his
gaze instantly fell upon tl?e prostrate
form of his wife. Members of trie
household harried to him when he
caller, and. all were horror-atruik at
tlit .-'?ht of the dead woman.
With the hope that Mrs. Anderson
still ! ved. I>r. Wellford was summoned. ,
but she had passed beyond medtcsl :
Husband < ?II a pies.
When told his wife was dead Mr.
Anderson utterly collapsed. A few
ho.us after tho discovery of the sui?
cide he tound a letter addressed to him'
in Iiis wire's handwriting. It was In
h- ?? room, lying upon her table.
He toid friends that his wife as?
signed no reason In the letter for her
rush act. but laid stress on a request
that the matter oe kept from the ?
newspapers. Its contents consisted of j
but a few lines. It was said.
Mrs. Anderson's fosnoetlc relations!
wert regarded as ideal. She had been
married, and happily, it was said, for'
about nine years. Nothing unpleasant
was ever known to have existed be?
tween her husband and herself, and
their relations were always regarded
by everyone as more than congenial, i
In view of theae facta, mystery at-j
tachts to her reason for self-destruc?
lb-sides her husband. Mrs. Anderson
leaves her mother. Mrs. W. B. Clark
fron; three brothers. Louis, Herman
and Harry lioschen, and three sisters.
Mrs. J. W. Cheatr.am. Miss Louisa j
H< si hen and Miss Minnie Bosctien. |
Her funeral wffl probably take place,
ATTENDED NORFOLK MEETING
| Secretary of f.jxlt? I'reneiit at Trustees'
(.Siberia* Last Week.
j If F. Hirsliberg. worthy State eerreaary
c -he Fra'-rn*! Order re* &?;.t.?. attended
j tne r-cer.r meeting of ansStSOB of the Vlr
i Stau State Aerie in Norfolk, and while ab
r-T.< from the city assisted the State aresl
. cent. Caartee 9. Jof-neon, of Rranoka. in the
? ?. "at!o-i of officers tor nameroas Tide-j
water lodses -f th? order.
>? ?u decided to hole the annual eoiv.en
fon of til- state Aerlr in Roaooke ?n June
SJ r?xt- Instr-uctlona have beer. issued to fhe
\n-i..us lodgea for eeiec^ir.g Ue.egates ts aha
KrpoS? show remnrkatol. prosperity S4
j': a-nes throughout the State, but EHx.c
Aerie In this city, wltti a menSbeiwhlp of
BSSSe than 1.0?. maintains Its leareshka Ali
Si the lodges WtU soon have received visits
from some of the State officers.
I oreesel: \ Irciala?Generally fair
SOBdSrj aud Mnnrin* : colder Mmnliv
\orta < arollna?lair Suada?) rale
al mtoi ,ir Monday la west; fair la
<????! portions: colder.
sseelal Local Uata fer lealerday.
II roeoi temperature . 44'
" r M t- n; ? ature. 31
Max-mum terrrperature up to ?
Minlm-m temperature up to ?
P H. 3! I
Mean temperature .,. 42
\'or::-.al temperature. 3K
Kx< e.? in temperature . 4 ,
in temperature eine? ,
March I . 3*1
Accum, exceea in temperature since
' January 1 . 24 I
Pef.ciency In rainfall since March
1 .? 22 ;
Accum, deficiency In rainfall since I
January 1 .12
Local Observation I V. *f. Yesterday.
Temperature . 43.
ii .midity . 4?
? Bd -dir. ? tlon .?. K|
Wind?velocity . JOI
Weather .Clear I
roxDirfox!* t\ imhihtut < itik?.
? L. M. K?stern .-'srdsrd Time i
Phew Th? r. H T LT. Weather
Asbeville . 4? ?2 2h clear
Atlanta . SC so 3? riesr
Atlantic .CHv 4: 4J If Clear
Boston . 2? 42 3* Clear
?' o ..2? ?;? jts nnn?
Calgirr . -2 -2 V cloudy j
Caarlestoa ... M sS 40 Clear
?"htrago . 2? U IS P. cloudy j
f'""t . 12 24 13 Know
Plath . 4 is .2 Cleaar
Oelveston .... ?: as :.? cloudy
Haiterae ... . :.2 ?2 40 ?? ear
Havre .... .S s -f Ctear
, <? n ile . .-.? S2 44 Clear
Kansas City . 2? ? 2? Cteadry
Lr-tilsvllle .52 42 33 Cloudy
Hontgrtmerj . ?2 ?? 4* cioody
Jfew Orleans . ?< Ts M Clirud^
gaO >-rk ..34 2? 14 Clouoy
Vorfoik .4? 3d Clear
Dklahorra .... 34 4? ?I C.sr
Pittsburgh ... 30 2e 2? Clomry
Ptaletah . 4* *4 20 Clear
?t Iy>'ils .14 24 Clear
?t. Paul . IS 1? t Hear
San Frani-esoo. 44 M 4? Clear
-lavannah .... M 42 44 Clear
ramaw _ .4? :n 4? Clear
M ashtngton 41 40 t 2t Clear
aytheviile ... 40 4t 3? Clear
Our Entire Stock of
Included in This Sale
Nothing withheld. Every manufac?
tured piece of fur in stot k?Coats, Scarfs,
Muffs, etc., has been cut 20 per cent in
price. You can verify the price reductions
yourself as the original ticket remains on
These Kurs are the highest quality to
be obtained. You <outd find no better at
the original price*) ,uid styles are ri^ht
up to the mi mm in every detail. We do not have to emphasize
quality, as the HASSE STANDARD, maintaim-d throughout
all these years of business, il well known. When this high
standard of (|u.iiit>. coupled with the t xceptionally low price,
is considered, you will agree with us that this sale offers an
opportunity seldom presented.
Make your selection now, as the more desir?
able models are rapidly being sold.
OHAS. HAASE & SONS,
119 West Broad Street.
News of South Richmond
NEGLECTED BY CITY
*outbsia>ra Waat sonje of it., Smaller
Work l'ro?rrl> Hone.
Southalders are awik?nlnit to the fa-t
that although this gsctlaa of rrie city
has recelv.-d many substantial iinprnc
merits and haa been greatly banalltad
In many way* by consolidation. It !s
l?eiiig badly rezi.cted In some of the
minor, everyeaj affaire Tha' eeeae "f
the city departments are nut tuk ? <
the same Interest In the Southat.1 r
1m displayed In other parts if th.
is the complaint One thing In par?
ticular that Is causing much d.-j.b <
ure is the condition of the s!i..t-.
Hull Street, whi^h was dun u;j ?
months ago to receive the gas mains.
Is now worse than it ever was h?-f..r.
annezatlori. Ur?c eotee follow the
Hue of the mains and make travel!!,-;
Another thine that is causing unfa?
vorable comment Is the work of the
Street ?rleanrrs. The South Rti hmond
and Chesterfield Business If ears aa*9
ciatlon will make a formal c?>mpln:nt
of this to the Adnnnii-rrative F!o*rd.
Councilman Jonn W. Munre has
call? d the attention of the hoard to
the condition of the Free Bridge In
the early mornings aril during wet
weather. It la a freijut nt oc-tirrem I
to see horses d >vn and unabl ? to g--t
get to their feet because of thu slip?
pery condition of the paving. This
does not happen on the Marshall ?treet
Viaduct, where the roadbed Is ppriiiULd
with sand and ground granit--. The
board has promised t?> I yak into the
CHARGED WITH MURDER
Mun Who shot Wife Formally de?
clined of ('rime?Condition ?.ravc.
As was fully exp.-. ted, the jury im?
paneled yesterday afternoon by Car
oner J. O. Living, of Ch? st. I Mali
County, to eord'tct an Investigation
into the circumstances surrounding the
killing of Mary BrmH colored, re
turned a verdi? t charging John Uro..ks.
the woman's husband, with the offense.
No additional evidence which woul.l
In any way throw light upon tue mo?
tives for the crime was produced. A
burial permit was granted, and the
body of thegn urdered woman .vill ??
turned over to relatives for burtal
Brooks is still In a crit.^-.l op ?
tion in the City Hospital. Ills thanes
for recovery are about er en. A dell
cat'- operation has been performed up->n
him. and the bullet in his chest has
been located. A jagged < ut In the jug?
ular vein has been sewed up. The
large suantlty of blood lost through
fhls wound and the shock from the
pistol ball has greatly weak, m .1 the
man and may prevent his recovery.
A warrant for hie arrest has been
Issued, with Captain A. S. Wright as
the rimplalnant. Although th? crime
was committed In Cheaterf.eld County,
the a-rest was made in the city, and
as the Sonthslde courts have a crim?
inal JitrtedI<tlon of one mil.- from the
corporate limits, the trial will j.roh
ably be he'.d In Must inns Court. Tart
II. Brooks Is r.ow un.br guard, and
n > loophole for ?arape will be given
Heath of Mrs. lord.
Mrs OeririMle I.llitan Kord, wife or
btanlev It Kord, cashier et the stir-'
sod ?H1 ? ?.nrpan>. died yesterday morn?
ing at ."? JO ?. clock at her reslder ?
4*h Weat Thirty-Bret ?reet. Woodland j
Heights Mrs. Ford was a daughter of
Joseph If. Thorp, and leaves besides |
her husband, two small sons?C >?ati
ley and ? Maurice Kord. uMm Is also
survive>d by four brothers?Andrew
J. M >i A end John Thorp?and four
sisters?atre. Flo'eeice b r>.ckar*on
Mrs. William E. To-nilr.sora Mrs.
t harlee P. Kord and Miss Kate K.
The funeral will be held to-morrow
afternoon a J.? o'clock from tne
fleered Heart Cathedra".. Rlchmonl
Tha interment will be in Maury Ceme?
Faaeral of tlr. Hartes
The funeral of Teorge W Harto-. of
U?! Decatur street, who died yester?
day morning at the Memorial Hoeplta'.
after a prolong's] sleknem. erill be
held to-morrow eftarnoon at 1 o'ejor a
from the Venable ?tre*t Beprst
Church. TTe Interment '"'111 be in
Jtr. Hsrton was slaty-one ytar? af
age He fe survived by Ms wife,
three ?aighter??Mrs T< c< Xur.ns'iv
Mr*. L H. Beaher and Mies Krta H*r
tow and five eona?Andrew J it
Roy K, ?ugetie an? Percy ?' ?
He aiae leavee three brothers?n
an? W. Ol Karton, of thle city, and I
D Harton. of PhllaOelpbta.
fera Passage s.u. far Trial.
Tha personal Injury suit ef Manor.
Wiley against the Wirginla Railway
tn4 Roerey Company wiil be heard be?
fore Judge Kraeet K. We4la to mor?
row rao.nl&g la Mueilnga Co art, Part
IT. At the ?am<? time the case ef
AJteaso 'oi-nson against the same oom
sjaay erfll be tried. Attorney Isaao
I'igKS r< presents the plaintiffs \VUlla
C Pallia mwiii look out for the inter
i ats of the defendant company.
Few xrreats Durlaa Week.
The past week was 'in* of tne quiet*
leal afterhol!da>s weeks on record la
the Southsld- police annals. Five a*"
ests w. *? r?* T'i<1? C'irtt ? t!:*t tlm?. AU
were for minor offenses
Rlehara Pradshaw. coloveat, was ar
reeted a?t night on a cha (r- of be
j ing drunk and dlaorderly. .
rl n sht oa a warr.int in w?lch he
? was charged with disorderly conduct
Ig tl ? lolnoa of John Oaoaty. th?, com
arit. Bath arrests wer..- ma/de by
Oaacer o. P. Sharp
\t si.atbeide 4 burrbea.
Contra] Methodist Ctiurch. Rev. Henry
C Phelffer. pastor?l'r. aching at 11 A.
M . and >> P. M. by the pastor, t'orr.
munion -ervio at Ii A. M. Sunday
. no d at '? IS A. M.
Meads Mi mortal Kplsropal Cbureh.
; Ki v K. llar.'JUi Warren, rector?Ser
vlces at the usual hour to-day. Sun
. day school at 9.30 o'clock.
Bain hridire Street Baptist Church. Dr.
Daastiaa Praeaaaa win conduct both
i services to-day in the church.
Peaatae Us aal Methodist Church.
Rev II M. White pastor?Rev. J. J.
McAllister, of the Anti-Saloon League
Of Virginia, will preach at the mom
Ina* service. The evening service will
i be conducted by the pastor.
?-nadar ?ehool I nloa Meellag.
I The Southslde Sunday School Union
meet at Asb-.ry sfrthsattst Chun h
; this afternoon at I o'clock. A splendt..
aaleal pros-ram has been arranged as
Solos by Messrs. II. S Watklns and
K. It Phillips Selection by chtrreh
choir. The speaker of the evenng will
be Rev. II C. CeTvcn. All members of
Southsi.le Sunday schools are invited
I to be p.-t-sent.
f koren ?.oclcty Merllnas.
The Industrial Chapter of the Meads
Me moral Episcopal Chnrc hwlll hold
an important business meeting to-mor?
row afternoon at 4 o'clock at the reei
dence of Mrs. W. K. Rex. All members
are requested to be present.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the i'.a:nbrldge Street Boptist Church
will hold its annual weeg of prayer
beginning to-morrow evening at 3:3->
o'clock. The meer.inge will be held In
the woman's parlor. Th? members are
urged to bring th-rr special offering.
Miss C.orenee Rex. who has beer.
tl-' cu.-st of friends I? Alexandria, has
Mrs M. Lacy Parker, of Roanoka
wa? the guest yesterdjajr of her broth?
er. T. M. I endley
M:-- M.iritar.-r r'tz. who has been
visiting Miss fllenita lesvtng. has re?
turned to her hum-- kg Petersburg-.
Mrs. James A. Davidson and child?
ren, of Parmville. ? are the guests of
Mrs i^orr' I'au:.
Mrs C M ly. of nrcenvlle. %% O,
! Is visifinR friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry HuVsl who were
ralbd here by th. death of Mr. DuVal a
brother, have returned to their hont?
ir. xiishory. X. tX
REPORT ON LAND GRANTS
Annual Statement rrepared fer rTaral -Ofl
crrV tn 1 . t e.i ft I In it.?
Csanm of land were teeuesT by the state
lr. th- ??"?' ? ?eres durlaa ta?
year endlos TVe-ember mi according to
? ????. me* si - <?,-.- sgha w
'i ? er 0t th* taeo OtT'e? ia
taw Asdttnr of Ptneltc v -1 eanta The same
Safari s' ir 'h? ?tv"tr?et? of a' lentita mm
ele*tie?1 il-i-ir.?- tWM Tear M sal tteveraer.
ha\r Oee- rest by Cstoii'1 Rlrberileea te the
elerfc. er* th. Clrcwlt Cotaits In the eswatlea
?SVeted to- rp'.reer. to the roromlselonere
of th? revenue, who stilt enter them upon
?? ? <s '-.-"?'> ana ---eJ taaa
i the fellowiag cou-ties Aihe
o rt. ?n?n HaSS. c-?nia
' I' kroeon. F7.s*b?th City. Pk>v4
CUT THIS OUT
It |a etorlfe aar te Vans.
e?n4 thla ad., with 2*c to us. and we
will send you a 7tc paekag* of
Rkr?a*siei*a the great Oer-nan rh?n
asathaa mr? and erie arid snivsat
This remedy le ma km* wonderful
cures all over the *t*i? and every
read*r of The T1mes-r ispatrh aaeasM
take advantage of this onpeir-tsaHy te
get a ??> packagw for JSc
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