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. BEST OF THEIR HERDS i ?. Aristocrats Of Animal World Arc on Fxhihit at Virginia State Fair. ATT It ACTS WIDK ATTENTION Hecauso of Foot-and-Mouth Disease, Tills Department Was Omitted LaKt Tear?Comes Dark This Year With More lintries Than Mver. ? Stock fariuicrn in Virginia, who have not had rin bpportuiilty for the past two years to see a full collection of tho aristocrats of tiic animal worlil, owing to a prevalence of the foot-and mouth disease, will he highly pleased with the stock show this year at the State Fair. The quulity of stock on exhibition, embracing horses, cows, "beep and hogs, is. ii< lite opinion of Superintendent It. \V Spillinan. the West seen in the big show in years. l'raetically every l;irtt? stock farm in Virginia has sum'* of its animals in the lists. Many of ihc largest stock men In tii0 North and West als? have shlpp'-d specimens of the best products of their farms for the critical- Inspec tion of the Stat;- Fair goer. The list of cattle includes some of the best of hoth the dairy anil beef variety. The entries in the prize contests are as follows: Uepartm'-nt A, horses?Carl II Nolt ing. Trevilians. Va.. Iletir.v Jnekson, Newport N?mvs: I-'. A. Kelly. Richmond. Mrs lowaiii Cofnaii, I!. I'. D. Nc. ?>. Mb'hmond: K F. 15a vs. Inimharton Clarence, Wyatt. Itichmond: J. 1?. Wool rtdne, 20VI Stuart Avenue. Richmond. Itcilcrt Taylor t'arrish. Itichmond; K T Pass. South lib limoiid. K. W. Meat lie. Itichmond: Mrs. II. C. Meat tie. Rich mond; Misses Anne and Kdmonia Meat He, Itichmond: Melle Meade Farm: K !?". t'olndexter Richmond: I* \V. ' ?|- i?. Marshall. Va.: David Dunlop, Jr.. Pe tersburg: Clyde \V. Saunders. Mich mono; T. .1. Noble. Richmond. Curie's Neck Farm: Heorge T. Nelson, Rich mond: T, S Winston. Midlothian, ind If. O. Groom, Warren ton. Department M. cattle?I.. W. Mill. l.o cust Dale; 1'. It. I.. Chichester. Fred ericksburg ? Hoswel) & Ingham. Murke vllle; J. W. ' 'hapma ti. Jr. Culpeper; !?". B. Turnhull. Cedarsville, ' ?i?io; H. W. McLaughlin. Maphlne: Robert Crain. Mt. Victoria, Md.; Woodstock farm. Wble watcr; Car> D. Manghorne. Meetortowti; W. V. Probasco. Cream Ridge, N. .1.; 'IcoiRc Ineic.hen. Geneva. Ind.; Michael A. WiiKtitr, Fremont. <?hlo; l,ee Coun iv Hereford Association, .lonesville; .! V Mill. Roundhead. 'Mini. Mansliebl Mall Farm, Fredericksburg: I! M. l.ut trel! Delaplane; I'arpenter A- Ross, Mansfield. Ohio: Curtis <!. Kami. Murke vtlle; f|ydc W Saunders, Richmond: Kent Harnev. Milford. N V . Pennllyn, Ma., and Walter Sampson. .1 r Department ?'. sheep II M \i< ? I .a ij Khl in. Raphine. Hamilton Farms. Gladstone. N. .1.: Kent Marney, Milford. N. V. l.ong Mranch Farm. llowdoln liant, Me.; Ota I'attridge. Hemlock. N. V . .Mahati Mrothers. ' >sborne. Ohio: .1. >' Steward Sons Middle point. Ohio Harry Meattie, Itichmond; F. M. .lames, Jr., Round Hill; K. F Sotners. Somerset; Robert Nelson Page and l> F McDonald Department D. swine ? A C G rieve & Son, Xeiiia. Ohio. I'. K. Kile. St. Maris. Ohio; l.eonard Tuft. Pinehurst. N. W. M Mct'hesney. Reaver Dam: R. H. Grundy, Williamsburg; .Joseph II Warren, Delaplane; W. 11 Settle, Pe troleum: Mansfield Hall Farm. Freder icksburg; W.?M I.utlrell, D?laplane: il S Souther. Hallsboro. and Melle Meade Farm, Melle Meade. GIRLS' CANNING CLUBS' SHOW PROGRESSIVENESS \\ omni find l.lrl* I ndrr Cnmiirlrnt Su perstition \ rr l.rnrnlitfc Impnrtniit Dullm of Itiirnl Itoiiactvifc. N'othing shows to better arivantac t :ir progress! veness of rural Virginia than the exhibit this year in the Farm Demonstration Muilding at the State Fair of the work done in twenty-four counties of the State by the women and cirls. who. under competent supervi sion of demonstration agents, have formed clubs for the purpose of learn ing the art of canning And of obtaining n better understanding of other duties which nuiat necessariU come into the life of the rural housewife. The exhibits of canned fruit and vegetables, of preserves, of delicate handwork?the work or these progres sive young women or Virginia?give evidence of a skill that is complimen tary in high degree to those who su pervise the work of the clubs. The> are for the most part the work of hoolgirls scattered throughout every section of the State. Clubs, however, are formed in every community where there is :i sufficient number of girls to justify organization. The object of the demonstration agents, who do their work unde'r the leadership of Miss IClla Agnew, of Rurkevllle. is to give the girls a knowl edge of woman's work which will not only enable them to discharge in the best manner their duties in the home, but will put them in a position also to do their work in such a way as to give it the highest market value. EVEN CROSS, SICK CHILDREN LOVE SYRUP Of FIGS Look ?( tongue! If feverish, bilious, constipated, take no chances. "California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stomach, liver, bowels. Don't scold your fretful, peevish child. See if tongue is mated: this is a sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged 'villi j-ohi waste. When listless, pale, feveri.-h. fu.i of cold, breath bad, throat s ?re. doesn't cat, sleep or act naturally, ha* stom achache, indigestion, diarrhoea, give ;i teaspoonful of "California Syrup o( Figs," and in a few hours all the foul waste, the sour bile ami I'eniienl inp food passes out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child again Children love this haniilcss "fruit laxative." and mothers can rest c.i-> nfter giving II. because u tievcr_ fail." to wake their little "in?i Icj" clean ;inn sweet. Keep it handy, mother! A lillU given to-day saves a sic1. child to morrow, but get the ,4 en nine. A.-l< your druggist for a lo'.tic .?! "California Syrup of Pigs. ' which liaf directions lor l/nbies, clitl lien of all ages and for grown-tipsi pi titily on the h-'ltle. Remember, there iro couniet ffits sold here, s5 surely look and set that youra Is made 'by the "Callfornl;i Fig Syivp Company " Hand hack witii contempt any other fig syrup.?Adv. BILLINGS TO RIDE UHLAN ON THURSDAY World ltecoril llor?r Will .Not \rrlve j I'poiii tpiliiKlon In 'limi; for I-:*- i , lillilllon on Wcdurndnf. ' j ? ieneral .Manager "W. Conway Satin- t |d??rs. of iIk- Virginia State Knir Asso- ( ciation. a received a message yesterday j i from i". K, Killings;,, owner of Curie'"* ? ?Ve.-k Kiirm, Hi.11 lie wonlil ride I'lilan. \ holder of world's record for one-mile 1 J I rot. in front of the grandstand. s .Mr. Hillings liail expected to exhibit | | ' lilan on Wednesday. Richmond Hay at < I the fair. I mi t Ilia racing manager tele- \ it rajilicd that tin* horse would not f r<-ai'li Richmond from l.oxington. Kv , until too lato for exhibition Wcdiies | ?Iay. Mr. Killings has on only three on-.a-? j sions personally exhibited his worlds ; record holding horse, hni. as a largo land owner in Virginia, and on- deep ! ly In torus ted in horsebrcedlug and I stock raising. In- accepted the invita tion of I'resident Fairfax Harrison and ( Manager Saunders lo attend tli<- Vir ginia State Knir and exhibit his world I famous horses. AT SUFFRAGE BOOTH Mr*. II. ||. % iilcntlne tinil Hiss Nurn lloioitoii >1 like S|iceehe? In I'iin*Iiij? 'I'liroiig. j i lie suiirage booth maintained at the J State Knir Crjiinds l?y the Kqual Suf | frage l.oaguo of Virginia received many ' visitors yesteroay. Th- booth is situ-! . ated in the Administrative Ruildlug. land is easily located by i lie colors of I Hie league, yellow, white and blue. Speakers yesterday at the booth were j Mrs. I!. [;. Valentine, president of the ; State l.eague, 'ml Miss Noro Houston > recordltiyr secretary of the i:ichin?mi j | league. Tin- byoth is in charge of Mrs. j I. 1. .lobson. ward-eiiairmau of the' I'M;.*! I BETTER MILK SUPPLY l( leliinoiid Health I >?? |i n rl men I Kklillili : Shoirn I'roKrfni Mode In Itrcrnt Vrnrn. Io tiie man who has followed the i (quick revolution in dairying methods1 : employed in Virginia, two pictures dis. 1 ! l-layed in the booth of itie Richmond | Health Department at the State l-'air, ' one showing a dairy barn of only a few years ago and the other one of to- < day. will bring vividly to mind t ho i wonderful change that has taken place | in rut al \ irginia within less than a decade, making possible the reputation that Richmond milk now bears "f be ing the best in the world. ',,u" reproduction on papei of t)u- old ramshack le. ill-kept, insanitaiv shed, harlioring all the germs in the medi al dictionary. The othei show* a modern, well-ventilated single-stall ' house, almost as clean as tin- dairy man s residence. This is the standard -lie Hi hinmiil Health Hcpartnient has laid down for milk shipped into Rich mond from rural Virginia, ami the re M,lt l,:,s progs-ess for the dairy man and :i gratifying health record for tlie . ity. t harts e.viiibited on tiie walls of the booth give ail accurate histoid of the i ne and f.,11 of disease- in Richmond ? "i I he pav few ycar? DEATHS IN VIRGINIA I Id in ii ml 'I'honius \\ nilillll. Hie funeral of Kdmund Thomas Wad- j [ dill, who died suddenly at Ills home. | ' '""nb Avfnue, Harton Heights. Sun day afternoon, was conducted at ?; , o clocli yesterday afternoon at Hethany rhurch. Charles City County. by Rev. i >. K. Urn hliolz, pastor of the i iverbrook ' I'resbytcrlnn Church. of Marlon ; Heights. Mr. Waddill was seventy- ' three years of age. Mr. \\ add ill leaves a w idovv. who ! was Miss I.izzte Waddill; two dauglt-j ters, Mrs. I. R Adam? of Charles City County, and Miss Sarah Waddill. 1 of Carton Heights, and six sons- Cab ; ?-ll Waddill. of South Hill; John Wad dill. of Ciant. Cal.: i.ii-orpe M. Waddill. I-:. .1. Waddill. A very Waddill and "Cat Waddill, of ltartoii Heights He -? survived also by two sisters. Mis tleorge Hubliard and Miss Annie W.td ? lill, of Charles City County. Mr. Wan I dill was a first cousin of .fudge Kd mund Waddill. Jr., of the Cniu-ti .-'tat ? | District Court, and of Samuel IV Wad j dill, clerk of the Henrico County Cii , cuit Court Onl\ a week before his death Mr. Waddill moved to Carton Ifemhts from Charles City County. wii? i'e he had RECALLED AGE OLD STORY Richmond Man <>radually Weakened Like (?ianl When Hair Was Cut Short in Story. fi;i:ls tip top as KKSn/r OF DISCOVERY "I was gradually growing weaker. ' hated to get up in the morning, had a stiffness and soreness in m\ back that didn't by rights belong there, had hardly any appetite and felt all run I down, until I began taking this won- < dcrful concoction they call Tan lac, and. believe me. I don't hesitate telling what I think of Tanlao for. in my opin ? ion. it's great. It picked me up and gave me back my old strength, blessed me with a dandy appetite, robbed my back of all those awful pains, gingered tnc up in great vhape and set me down ! feeling tip-top again." said W. A. /.en ter. a well-known Richmond electric- j I tun residing at 1505 W. Cary Street, some time ago Can you imagine some great giant . picking you up and bestowing upon ! you strength, appetite, energy ami i health'.' Ho yjou remember the story | | ages old of the man of superhuman i strength who was robbed of it all ' when they stole up in the night and ! Cut his iinirV And how many thotis- ' ands of men and women are lacking i "fliciency. brain power, strength, vital ; ity ami nervous energy, simply because j ? of stomach, kidney and liver trouble' brought on perhaps by the faulty as- 1 siuiilat ion of food and the dire coii.se i 'niences that follow? Strength, men ially or physically, depends on (he | i proper assimilation of food. You must ' J derive proper nourishment from what i ! you eat. Know this and know perfect health. When troubled the advice of I over a quarter million who have pub licly endorsed Tanlac is: (let a bottle at (lie nearest authorized agents. Here in Richmond Traglo's Urug Slore, 817 .Hast Ht-ond Street, and the three I'oik .Miller lung Stores have the exclusive ?sales agency for Tanlac. which has } been proclaimed here the "Master I .Med ici ne." ? Ad v. "Styles of To-Morrow?Shown To-Day." Kessler's l..\OIKS' OUTFITTKHS. 122 lCns( llrontl SI reel. ? on a rue??<?!?!? i?t and farther for many ?oars, lie was a Confederate veteran. I Joint S. <?raw it. 11A It ItlSON LSI* lt< 2, \.\ . October '.i olui S. ('rawn, sevwnty*one years old., lied on Saturday near Mount Craw- I old. ltot-kingham County. lit: was ill wo weeks with pleurisy. 1 ? was a ncmher of tlio Confederate Pension <oard of Buckingham and the hoard >1' trustees of Massanutten Academy at >Voodstoek, and was a director in tlx* tockingham Home .Mutual Kire In-1 Miriun'c Company In 111?? Civil War , H' was Hrst a captain and later ??olonel ? f the Twelfth Virginia Cavalry 11?? .vus a prominent member ?>( the 'ormed I'liun li. and for vyars a Sunday >? liool superintendent. Surviving him ] ire t,wo ehildren. Mis* Mary .1 Crawn, ? ? I home, and Mrs. John A. Miller, of i Moffat t's Creek. Augusta County. Uev. \V. II. Causey conducted the '(literal to-dav at II o'eloek at Mouui "rawford. Six nephews acted as ac ivj- pall-hearers. The honorar\ pall ?e;ir?rs were It. M. Colvin. T I. Wil iamson. A I' Kiler, .1. It Mohler. \V '. Switxet ami Itev. It K. Ilay. Itn. .loll li \. 4" li ii an IiIImm. HAI/IIMDKi:. M I ?... October !* ? lte\ lolin A. i'hamhliss. I >. P.. a professor n Carson and Newman College, Jef 'ersoii city. Teiin.. and during the Civil War a < haplain In I.ee's army, died io-day hi Johns Hopkhis Hospital. fol lowing an operation for blood dot on the hrain. I ?r chamhliss was one of he most 11? >t?><I educators of the South, lie at one time was a Baptist pastor in Itii hrtiond J till it s. | leiiilerMini. S A I.1SIJI" IIY. t\. October "J ?Kor iner Conjiressmau John S. Henderson 'lied at his home here to-day at the uge of seventy-one years. He was a Confederate veteran and had nerved ien years in Congress. He was also ;>ii>rrilio>ni a? an attorney and*church man lie is survived by his wife, two sons. fir. Archibald Henderson, of the State Cniversity, and John ?S. Ilender -?'>n. Jr., an electrical engineer of Pitts burgh, and two daughters. Mrs. Kii7. .iheth Cotton. of Washington. and Miss Mar\? IIendersoii. of Salisliurj Mark I-*.. I v I ? 11. October.9. --Mark years, the oldest Petersburg, died this eveninir. For I'KTKltSBI */(' I. \'A.. I-:. Kull, aged eighty Hebrew resident of at his residence here years he was a leading merchant in this rity. Inrt had retire?l Jle was one of the members of the old Petersburg 3rays, being survived bv only two other members \eniniiii |?. Taylor. ST A N A It I IS VII. I J-:. VA . O.-toher 9.? The funeral of Newman I >. Taylor took place on Sunday afternoon at his home, near Stanardsville Mr. Taylor, who dieil on Saturday, after a lingering ill ness. was one ...f <>reene County's most prosperous farmers. He is survived ,*The Shoe that Satisfies' *- ' Union made MENS I - BOYS M#de b; F SKot Co. Xincbttits M.tt QUICK-LUNCH IT!8 Have you ever had it? Hcadachcs, ' " indigestion, nerve-fag?all caused by too rapid eating, and too little exercise? Pills don't cure. Laxatives and cathartics, unnatural irritating stimulants, frequently end by making constipation chronic. Get a bottle of Nujol $t your druggist's. It will effectively relieve constipation by helping STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey) Bayonne New Jersey nature to act naturally. Nujol is not a laxative or a nowcl stimu lant. It acts in c fleet as an in ternal lubricant, encouraging and facilitating normal movements. All druggists carry Nujol which is manufactured only by ihc Standard Oil Company (New Jersey). Avoid substitutes. Write today for booklet " The Rational Treatment of Consti pation." l>v liis \\ if? ? and si\ children. Mrn Tay lor is < i-11i? 11y ill !?;. I l?>|?l>ii rn. \l.i:\.\XI?IMA. V.V.. Octoh. r 'j.?The funeral of Gc'Oi'xu K. Ilc'i?h>trn. .sixty, two years old, wli<> tiled on Kr iday. took lilnci* tills afternoon. lie was :i prin ter. and, in addition to his wife, there art- two <'hildten llvlncr. ?Iiiiiii'h IVrcj Mv:in??. i.i I to The Times-1 ?lspa tvh. | ?M,i:.\.\.VI ?itlA. VA.. October - Man> i>>omiioMit horsemen this after noon att-mle<| the. funeral of; .lames | I'erey Kva n s. prominent horseman :in?l Jockey. w li<> <lie-i on Saturday in a New Vork hospital ;ts a result of injuries i receive?I ., week previous h.v falling [ from liis mount. The services wer? i held at ?? o'i U?ek at the residence "t his wit". parents. Mr and Mrs. .1. ; Siilne I'otiylas. M.'t Cameron Street. I ni?d we -.' i omliicteil hy Itev. W. .1. Mor i ton. le. ti.r >.f I'litlst Protectant Kp:<cu jpal fn .teti I'. nial was in t'ie I'rcshy terian < 'einetery. Ti ?? pa lilieni et s were liichard Wal lacli. |-| i-nt mi : t!il \r :i I'll II Mrl.ean Washington, l> C, Thomas Sit of her. ! Fauquier (luunt.v, V.i . A t !? - it liussell Jr., Warrenton: John C.iIkuii. I.diiu (slunil; Valenllue Crane. Illinois: Sid ney .losepht hal. Warrenton: .1 Templf MJwathnoy. New York: John stone. War Ireiiton: t'ourlland II Smith. Kemp Uus:h. nn<l (Iwyn K. 'r>>ni|?kins. ill of i Warrenton. ' ? Joel .1. Illaiitl. |S|?eo|al lo The "I" i: i ??? ? I >is|>a t ? - it | W KST POINT. V.\? !>? I..!..??? :? ?loel J. island, seven t y-tllne year old. died , at Ills home lit Cologne on Saturday after a Ioiik illness. lie leaves the following ehlltlreii: W I; I'.l.ml an?l S. II. Kland. of Cologne: Mr K?t Spen n-r, of l.ittle Plymouth Mr<. It rook 9. of Kssex. ami Mrs nen.iamin Williams, of 11 loin-ester lie was luiried on Sun day afternoon iti the fai.il\ hurvini: urounil at C'oloune II r*. \\ . II. 'I'err? . AI.KX ANI.MtlA. VA . I..1 ?? Mrs Terry, wife of W. II T-'irv. ? Ii?-?l to ? !ay at the Alexandria I i t. 11 She lived, at l>el Ituy. Al? tmlria ''onnty. I lesldes her husband the:* .tie four ' .-Ii i lil ron I i vi n ii. CJMART Alecs may be all right but ^ for a-good, honest workin' partner give me a man that's got his learnin* slowly an' naturally. VELVET gets its good ness that way?two years natural ageing. ?c it nnr J Baltimore By Boat Tin: ost Di:^i(;ii rn i> ivatkk thii? in a>ii:hica YORK RIVER LINE New Steamers. Staterooms With liert lis and Hrass Hetls?I'm air Hal lis $2.50 One Why anil Showers. dollar i)inni:i:s ri.ru IIKKAK fasts a la Carte 3Ieals $4.50 I? on:t'I Trip MatrrooniH. 9l.uo lit $2.."?n. \ Slv Hilt SPKCIAI. KOLUKII. >IA(.IIVI>iat IIK.VT. IINlrli-l 1'jd.hpnirrr \?i-i?i. I lly Tlrkrl (IIHrri OUT KhmI >liiin Slrrrl. Vhntir 31 nilImiiii 'j;; Bathe the new way?with the Hajoca Shower The bother and inconven ience of wetting the head is removed by the side-spray adjustable-head arrangement of the Hajoca Shower. This makes the shower the most delightful form of bathing; and it is the most sanitary. The Hajoca single valve gives cold water hrst and prevents danger of scalding. Come and inspect this and other latest-stylo bafhroin fixtures at our showrooms. Just phone Randolph ITHi for our automobile?no obliga i ion. Write for the Hajoca Book. Free. Haines.~3ones s Co. II and 111 S. Ninth SI., Ktcliinond, V?, Attend To-Day?Attend Every Day! Getting Better Every Minute! VIRGINIA S GltKATISST FAIR is now in full swing! It's getting bigger and better every minute! Something doing in every part of the grounds every moment! Come out early this morning?stay until midnight! ?! Petersburg, Norfolk, Newport News and Portsmouth Day To-Day Katherine Stinson The lil-yeur-old Girl Aviator Wonder, the fearless Queen of the Air, i.s here, restdv to thrill the thousands who will turn out to watch her initial life-risking (lights to-day. Aliss Stiusou'd wonderful performances ? espe^ cially her brilliant night fights? are the sensation of the aviation world. Don't miss a single one of them! MISS STINSON WILL M.VKi: TWO FLIGHTS TO-DAY: , At I I'. M. tind ]>. 31. . - I To-Day Races! They're off?the grandest Rac ing ever seen in Virginia! Digger purses! Scores of crack entries! To-day's Program: 3-year-old Trot. 2:30 Trot. Valley Steeplechase. 3 Running Races. ? K:ice> To-ctny 1 "00 P. >1. To-Day?$2 SHOW FREE! More than a dozen Broadway headline acts?two solid, hours of fun and thrills. See Mile. LaBelle and Daredevil Hurley loop-the-loop in an auto; the Six Water Lillies, that beautiful diving and swimming act; Tasmanian Van Die mans, those marvelous aerialists, and many others! Two Performances To-day in Front of Grandstand: 1:00 l?. 31. and S:00 1*. M. To-Day?THAT GREAT MIDWAY: A mile of marvelous shows. More than half a hundred attractions of every description. The most fascinating Mid-! way in the history of the Fair! Opens This Morning at 10 o'clock. To-Day?OTHER BIG FEATURES! Record Ill-caking Kxliiliit* in I'ivery Department. All build ings and Exhibits open for in spection at 8:30 A. M. I'ri/.e Slock .Judging; foulest, !><? ginuing at HI: DO A. M. Hallle of Gonslanl inoplr and Grand Fireworks Display, he ginning ut 1 0:00 I*. M. Free Kami and Vocal Concerts.? Misses Dorothy Hoot, Gertrude Dicnse and Jno. A. Driscoll. America's foremost Concert l!aud Singers, accompanied by ;i great hand. In Main Hall, beginning at It: on A. M, Genera! Admission 50c Children Cutler 12. Mall' Price. Admission to (?raudstaiiil, 50c Avoid the rush at the grounds by buy ing your tickets downtown. On sale at following places; Tickets W I-'. Warriner. oI Grove Ave W S. Kov. 11557 w. Grace SI It. K. t'heii". Morrison ami Hrniul Sts. Tarrant Drug Co.. I W. Uroad. 11 el 1st t.-rn Urns., Seventh aild I'.ro.ul Sis. Grant l'tnu Go., Seventh ami limad si ,i. W. S. Jld'ny, ICiuhlh ami Uriia<i SI s W. i> i 'ren.shiiwi X. Highlit St l.evelisou Gjj;ar I'm.. :?iis G. Mailt Si Straus Gigur <"o.. K, Main St. W I >. Gretishaw, I I ill' G. Main Si Grant l>rtiK Go, ^'.'ni K. Main Si w. j< to la m. i::r.i !?: Main Si. Washington .V Karly Twelfth ^ind I InII Si s. W W, Krieml, I Sti | Unit St. .1. IV Kucsicr, l.omsianu Si. ? 'hureh 11*11 Malik. 2500 K It road St. Sprtnyet Druft Co., Twenty-third.' Nnd Vclliiltlfl St!-. ? ' W A. Unmet I, llenry ami Uroad Sl>. Uii'lia ntson's DriiK Store, 501 N". 'I'htri \ -Itrsl St. I' \ ' 't ii nip, JO I W. Itroad St. ?li'i'i v Morano, i."lay and I'rentm St.".' * <".i\itl?i I ?rim Store, Floyd nnd I Join nsoii i ii TO-MORRCW IS RICHMOND DAY!