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and wc can PROVE IT! The Great DAIMDERI1ME Neve? Fulls to Produce the Desired Results. IT enlivens and invigorates ihr hair Stands un,l tissues 0f ihr scalp, resulting tu a continuous and increasing: growth of the hair. ?Si m Km l.itu-r* of pr?:-r nr.- rotiiluuuilr itmilaa In from uearlji all part, i I flic ouunir* last IHuvssi lie h?> rvu-mil Ihr grnwtb o' 'l?lr I? i .???? thai ware :-n 1 *\<m lutel) hopeleee. A ..'iv frun nrooktyn writes: -.WIT v ?liorl trial inF (mir ?toppeil ratlins.and I a*>? bav? h lovely of hmr. irn be?vy ami over use ?uu a uuarter > mil loa?." Danderine atinwlates I lie scalp, makes il liealfh) ami keep* it Bo. !t is llic |tre?iest i',> invigorator known. It is a wholesome medinnr lor both the hair ami scalp. Even n small bottle of it will put more genuine life in your hair than a gallon of any other hair tonic ever made. It shows results from the very start. Nov. on sale at ei toilet store in the 25C, 50C an.l $1.00 run ami 3 SlA"! I Free lluiiflerilie Cut 1 ??'-'ti4al?mc??inPI*, lo bl|., IUI, VI' This Out Who ?vu-!?'bin rreeroupoatotbr iBSStas St???ri?t Co. CSioifo with theirn imp ami aiM; r... :iD'l Iii?- in silver or stamp, tupajr pnsure. Typewriters for Sale We have foi sali-, rent or exchange, the following rebuilt Typewriters, in first-class condition: Oil- Remington No. 6_$27.00 One Remington No. 6....$45.00 One rtarlorl; No. 10.$:50.<HJ One ?Smith Premier? wide One Remington No. ?_$30.00 carriage.% 10.00 One Smith-rremier No. 2 $:;7.etj Charles C. Epes & Bro. TYPEWRITERS AND ALL SUPPLIES it09 Washington Avenue. Largest and lost Ccmplef6 Whiskey Rouse in the South (All Goods Conform to the National Pure Food Law Serial No. 3549.) Why buy cheap, inferior 5oo;:s when 'or a few cents more per imart you can fret the highest quality? Otir Whiskies have been the standard for forty yer.rs. Our famous Old Whiskir-s are safely recommended b>- phvsicians. due to their al'.^o'ute purity. For a penileman's drink, as weil'as med'cine 1 purposes, they are unex? celled. Our guarantee ?roes with every package. Our plant \i the oldest and lar^ps; in the South, anil conducted under strict snnifary conditions. All goods crmfor m to t':e Pnr- Food Us. Serial Num Ikt 3.-.4'>. 4 Full Qts. OLD HENRY (its long record proves merit)-$4.00 JEFFERSON CLUB (excellent and superior). 4.00 FULL DRESS (.vice hi:h. quality higher). 5.00 ROONEY MALT WHISKEY (for medicinal use)... 4 00 JIXIE CORN (old and pure) . 4.00 TURKEY GIN (perfection in quality). 4.00 "Express charges prepaid?all orders mutt be accompanied by cash. For srle by all ^rstclass Mnil Order Hovtses. or write us and vre will have your order fillip promptly. We yell exclusively by whole Mai*. Writi fcr price- in lmlk. .drums, cases, e'c. DISTILLevs ?M> BLENDERS OF TINE WHI<klE S STRIBS, GUM ST & C9. Richmond. Va. To Owners of Colored ten? ement Property For eish- years my oiic "Spicialty" has been "MAKINtJ COI? ORKO PROPERTY PAY " The mmccrm 1 have attained in this par? ticular line is .-.tu -te,j hy the lars,.- nnml-cr Cjf sell satisfied cli rnlii I liave. Is it not r?as.?rah;.- to Kuppos? ttint a cclotcd man k^-ivtn; lie n< -ds an ! pecn.nrillc. et his nun people can set the i-<st results from them? If you Ii.cd in San Francisco at, I owned a Chinese teneuien,. w>uld >o?i ::ot enjptoy s t"hin<->-- Aa-nt? Should not lb- same Inc.ral reasoning oW.Vn in Urs instance* My i.u,inr?? i- thi- ? t'oiore.l <v4 ef -t." and I am prepsri-d to handle sr-.thine In the real estate line anywhere in th" Tidewater ?ect: i) i?f Vimtna. p? rtalolt.c <r> mj peop e Rcf. rence: Sthnvl/ Proa.. Ranker-. Newport News. Va. !f yon want t<> sell or rent in ct-lem! peo}>> ?,r Invest your money in tee rx-v payinc of a.I pnpcfites. ' The Colon ?| Tenement..'' E. C. BROWN, Inc., mil JefUrson A venue, Bell Phone 397 Newport News, Va. Pnd San and Make Money IS LACK OF FAITH! JEALOUS MAN UNCOMPLIMEN? TARY TO LOVED ONE. Perfect Faith Should Follow th? . Plighting of Troth?"What la Worthy of Jealousy Is Not Worthy of Love." Among the dictionary definitions of Jealousy is that of envy. True, an- j other is zealous watchfulness, but this I stale of mind Implies fear, the uneasi uess of unoertalnty, and this is In? compatible with the perfect love which cast el h out fear. As assin-iated ?Ith luve the word implies a dread of los-, IHK the tiling des? ed. f state of mind; which to the timid perhaps is natural and well nigh inevitable in the first stages of courtship. The man who is seeking to win a woman and who has rivals in the field ' has a sttain upon his nerves and emo? tions which upsets bis normal balance.! He becomes worried, fanciful and moody. The womnn w ho ajread) is won. but : who must conceal her feelings until the victor chooses to claim his con? quest, scarcely can fail to be restless.: capricious und nervous. This mainly i is due to the restraint which she is' putting upon herself and the haunting fear that he may be in love with some one else. Rill when the lover has spoken and each holds ihe plighted troth of the1 beloved, then jealousy even in its, most amiable form involves a lack of "faith in the truth and the sincerity of of i be beloved which is anything but complimentary, declares a writer in1 the Chicago Tribune Whatever its cause, jealousy is bound to be a disturbing element, and ihe less indulged It is the lielter. AI-j ways tho expression of it is more, harmful than helpful There is a great deal of truth In the doctrine of mental suggestion as applied to love, and this especially is the ease w-ith men. The .jealous woman hates to hear other women praised, and though she possibly may remark ui>on their good finalities herself, she objects when one of her own admirers, however faintly, expresses admiration for another worn-. an. And when she praises it Is with a reservation. ' She is pretty, hut." etc. Xo wise man would marry a Jealous woman, however much he might care for her. could he realize how lit tie; peace and comfort probably will be ills1 portion after marriage No wise wont -j an would marry a jealous man. since she certainly could not hope to be hap-, py if she did. ? Jealousy is responsible for more broken engagements, more matrimo: nial tin happiness, than any other cause, with the possible exception of beastly intemperance in drink. Yet people who ought to know better go on excusing it. claiming that it is the result of love and the natural ou: come of a humble opinion of oneself, instead of being, as in nearly ail cases it is. the result of colossal van? ity, a vanity which is exasperated at the thought of precedence given to an? other. I The man or woman whose tempera? ment will allow him or ber to pass through life superior to the pangs of jealousy has cause :<> be thankful. It is wise to remember the saying of the tJreek sage, that "what is worthy of jealousy is not worthy of love.'" j Character Written on the Face. | Faces are records on which appeal the result of every selfish, malicious thought and every w icked desire. Th* woman who Bes into tits of temper soon looks like an nrge or a dragon The man w-ho dissipates ami dnuk? ' soon acquires the loafer's countenance j Moreover, it is our good 'rue thought! . that make for our happiness, as weli as our appearance. All ihe mental and physical systems are practically con trolled by these little guesi? of oni brains. I Je awake ail night and worry and behold your next morning face It will scare you to death. Yon can change your embittered moods by ex ereise out of doors, by going 10 church reading wholesomely stimulating books, by associating more with ehi! dren and by doing good, kindly set? for tlio.- ?? who are about you. Women Like Pockets. "Talk about the small hoy and hi desire for plenty of pockets." remarkec Harry New. manager of one of the biggest concerns in the city or in Ih* I west, manufacturing women* gar j tnents. no youngster with hin Aral ? l?air of trousers is half as excited; about his pockets as is the average J woman buying a cloak or sidt. Within| the last few years the question ofi pockets has rome to he an important! matter in women's garment*. Worn ! 'en not only like pockets for carryina, various small articles bnf they car ? even like them so nlaoed la their coauj that they can walk whh their hand? la them, the same as a roan It's get I ting so (hat we manufacturers bardU. dare ant out s garment without payinj I attention first of all lo the pocket foa tare."?Cleveland Plain Dealer - Minstrelsy of Walt Street. !? was at the Nobleplle reception and Mme Helene Caroleostlt wss ren dering the j?test popnlsr ?occesae* Finishing s selection, she rcquevteo suggestions for the nrxt effort "If you could render something sag geative of the Nobleplle prestige arm family traditions, hinted Mr O. Wat t lean Noblenfle. Whereupon the fanm-.t? pi im? donna nang In exquisite tremolo that much lag pas'oral haUad ? ?>??.-. i Down Alone ih* Flowing Hndsnn the torn mm. Stork It- IVring Watrrrd Judge BURIAL VAULTS OF CEMENT. Method of Entomb ^ ths Dead Which Will Retist Decay. The manufacture of row rote h.t: ill vaults is becoming quite , large Indus try in varlouti Western .t?te?, says Cement ?se. New Vorlt Vi Jorlln. Mo, there has keen organised a eont pany which operates a large plnnt. In the manufacture ol concrete burial vaults u full bod;, ol Blee) r?* enforce nivul is set up Wjf In a solid mold st an exact center of the remett wiiicli strengthens Ihe vtntl' at .very point. Steel thus protected is everlasting It cannot rust and collapse with time. ?? such vaults must Mil |. made ru tit fly of steel. The vauli is n,::dv ab aolutely waterprool l>> ihe addition of a waterprcof compound which Is In? itially mixed With the cetnelll T;,e vaults remain in the molds for Ihne to live days until thoroughly s<-l. after which they are allowed to season aliout thirty days ,\ trip to die ceme? tery shows the vault lowered in the grave, followed b? the lowering of th-j easkf* and the putting on of the vault lid, which snugly Iiis upon the vault. A mixture of pure cement Hint water? proofing Is then pourc I Into the sp.tce between the vault ;?ii! ih< lid. malting the vault and lid practically one solid piece. At Lawrence. Kau . there is another company engaged In tin sa;m- line of work. This concern has been con ducting some Interesting t?.sts of tlnir cement vaults. In one instance ilu? vault was immersed in a tans of water to demonstrate that it could withstand any amount of pie-sun- The vault. whlcA is made entirely of cement. Is constructed In two parts Instead 01 rittlns the cover on the lop of the vault and then sealing it. ihe vault fits down over a cement slah When Ihe vault is lowered qvei the casket. It Is. of course, filled with aii. The vault It? self Is molded or made in one airtiiht piece, open only at the bottom which fit* down over a cement slab. A per? fectly tight space from which the air < annot descend or escape Is formed. The water, when rising to a level with the bottom of the vault. will be checked by air. which is now firmly incased by the vault on sides and top and the water on the bottom, and wa? ter can never rise in the vault. A piece of glass is fitted into the top of the casket, so that spectators can look down into the vault and see ihat everything is as dry as it was when it was put In. Marathon in Uganda. Fever for long distance races has spread all over the world. Recently they held one in far-off 1'ganda. It was from Entebbe to Knmpula. No one around here may know much about Km ebbe and Kampula. but t hey are 26 miles apart Although the staple diet of the natives consists of bananas and Pota? tors, the men often show grer.t k'iiv fng power over lone distances when carrying letters, and it was hoped that the Olympic time misru be beaten. This was not so. however, as the win ner tcok three hours and three ruin utes over tin course, being close!., to! lowed home by the second and third men. When, however, it is considered that they were untrained, that Ihr? finished fresh enough to leap and : .;?> a!.out. that the cyclists merely patr. lied the road and did not pare the runners thai the race look place in the holte?) part of the nay and was partly over a road wet with recent si- wer. no one will deny the men's a ' ity. it is amusing to note that three of the runners carrier! umbrellas and that the winner on finishing -lanced about salying that lie was a very rice fe;lcw and knew how to run well. Violent Method of Courtship. W. Pet! Rillte. I he English novelist, is a erod story teller, and most ef bis stories concern people in the poorer ranks of life and by far the greater number of them have the merit of be? l?g true The following contains a rare touch of human nature, and "peaks for Itsx If. A cerialp ciuh tor v. orktng girls in the Kast end of Loo ?ioii had recently elected a new rccm I>er. and one day th?? secretary hap? pened to look out of the wfr.-itw. and was surprised to ser the new r, em-1 he:- rush up to a strange lad in the street, punch him violently on the head, and then run" awr.;. The 8~cre-, tary remonstrated with her sharply, to which the new men-:. Stade re? ply : "Tui very sorry: I won', do it no mote if Ii"* .igt" 'he rules: but per? haps you won i mind te?liie no- taca, how *m 1 ev. to get cnataged* ' Immense Mrrmntd? Apsie Crop This yea <vill go down to i**st?T-*y io Veemandy is the ,i,pj year N^ver until this yen hrs a Normandy farm-r Keen V.a-isi. cxpns.t saiisf.iriton with his en i ills nsu*' art w> r about it is Hi-' ft a real where tbers arel ras rpptr* :>>? ?: are ap, '??- but for a year where ? re are ..- .' - there are| no *rpl:*s to -.je.-i* of.' Tfcis -.asce r-_rs ia a V? nts.t Bndu'tartty. >'ou I rennet -'~ a 'oi "no" la a.:*?^! to a ?;:!?-?'?? r ? > n a \or:'i?e , 'WefL rert-.^ior After alt haps n< ? ? 'he aenrrti he wt!l ev-r go 'et a posi'ive ??STMnn. Pi :' .$ I year he a f ?'? o ? wi<n epj?i nop. During tl '?"?"-' ">? '? ! ? rue*. In:'1 :>r Oes etli ~ h - r alrn? i h?- ? >" ' ' i * ? *: cm? im t " ?*'. C .'Sd / dv f a. The V-. n i . .. I :!".!.. ? out ares" %'fc itt iV ? .Vw foist. nsn> to a rp-J In*- i t.n -T. r? ; ? . . i iptf In* * IV a t. lad al< a r . <? ?J ... MEYERS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE MEYERS MOTHERS See How This Clearance Sale Affects Our Entire Stock of Women's Ready-to-Wear Hats. About 100 Beautiful Trimmed Hats! Sold Up to $8 00. To Clear at We make this great reduction at the end of each season, and now that the Spring Sf ason is about bore, we must close mt all of our Heady-to-Wear Hats as quick as }K>s.i?>!e. You'fe not had a chance like this the entire season. Fhst chotoe is what you want among the-e. Linen and Domes? tic Department Mercerized Table Damask, several patterns to select from ver\ good quality; regular Goc values. 39c Extra heavy weight. Isr-^e Mire Linen Towels. Red borders and Plain Wulte. 12 1 -2c value.10c 9-4 Full Bleached Sheetings heavy, good qiatlin ; regular ::oc value.25c Large Donl'ie Bed H|/e Mar Bellies Patterns. Bed Spread; ?1.25 value.$1.00 Double Bed size, heavy Linen Anlshed Sheets; regular 50c value.39c 1J l-2c Pillow Cases to match. .10c ^ Fine. s?f( finish, extra seed auality Ixmg Cloth. 12 yards to the piece; regular $2.00 value, piece.$1.50. 19c CAMBRIC. 12 1-2c 1,000 yards of extra good quality Cambric: regular 1!?r value.12 1-2c 25c PERSIAN LAWN, 12 1-2c l.ooo yards extra Una Sheer Persian I .awn, 45-lncheg wide: regular 2."c value.12 1-2c 19c INDIA LINEN, 10c. l.ooo yards of fine India Lin? en. 40-lnches wide; * i!?c value.10c ? 10c UNION LINEN, 6 34c - 2.000 yards of good quality Union Linen, Russia Crash; 10c value.6 3-4e Specials From Our 2nd Floor One lot of Ladies' Finnin leite Kimonos at Hali-Prlce. $1.50 WAIST, 9Sc Ladles' Embroidered Waists, beaulllully trimmed with long sleeves also plain tailored. $7.r.O SKIRTS. $5.00 Entirely new Chiffon Panama, made plrln with button trim mini,, iu Mine anj Black J500 SILK PETTICOATS, $3.95 Made of good quality Taffeta Sil... with deep llour.ee. ALL SILK RAINCOATS HALF PRICE. $25.00 Coats.$12.50 $20.00 Coat?. *. $10.00 $15.C0 Coats.$ 7.E0 $12.50 Coats_ .% 6.25 Colors?Blue, Green, Brown and Grey. 12 1-2c PERCALE, 9c 4.nut) yards ot Colored Per etiles. In Stripes. Dots. Figures and Neat Patterns?short lengths. :i to* in yards; all per? fect pieces; regular 12 l-2c value.9c 19c MADRAS. 12 1-2c 2,300 yards ?>f tx'ra good quality Whit ? and Colored Mad? ras, in Stripes. Plaid . Dots. Figures, etc.; regular 19c value.12 1-2c 36-.nch MADRAS Kxtra good quality and a range of pattern;;; regular 15c value. Special.10c SPECIAL MONDAY Bargain Day From Our Basement Toilet Sets?10 pieces; all per. feet an,) a Cold Stripe: has large full shapes, Special $2 69 Cup and Saucer?all sound and n gfod, useful size, spe? cial, pair 5 c Galvanised Wash Boilers, with patent wood handles and heavy galvanized sheet iron. Special 69c Lu:ge size Dish Pan. tjrey enameled, slightly chipped; regular ;t5c. Special 15c Square clothes Hampers, a good, strong imported make, with henvv wood bottom. Spe? cial. 11 00 Japanned Bread Box. with side ventilators?a large site and well made. Special, 39c Wood Coat. Hangers?a good, big size; all perfect?2 for 5c Handled Laundry Baskets?a rood, heavy Chip Basket. Spe? cial. 2lc AT.THE.HELM! We're holding the helm of popularity and steering straight for success. We could not do this if it were n it for the confidence or the people, a confidence which we believe we have merited. Our Discount Sale saves caah buyers one-third of their money and those who are not so fortunate, but buy on time, 10 Per Cent. It is our aim to furnish the people of this city good ? at the right prices?Znsh or Credit. To get the business we have cut our profits; these we pass to you, in the hone that the increased amount of business will make up the total profits. And the i you know our expenses are not as great as the other fellows and we can afford to sell the same thing fcr less money. A visit to our store will convince you of the fact that we can supply what you want, and at the price to save you money. See the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets in our wind >w. This is undoubtedly the best Cabinet made. Let us show you how ft does one-half of your work. The Harvey Furniture Co. 226 Twenti -sighth Street 10 Per Cent. Off on Contracts. One-third Off for Sp>t Ca>h. Cleveland 4; Mobile 1. MOKII.K. ALA.. March S?The Cleveland American Raseball League drew first hlood from tb< local* I" dar Sc->r ? Ciereiand I: Mcbtte ' Batt.ries Sltion. Amirea H'risbl and l*nd snd Ka.te-iy. Torr y Hlxort Brants. iVok?*r an?! Braun C f *n Sucertt-t'en To dream y i h- ar r.-eye* n ausirs that yon will have new powerful friend*, who will do ?uch service :-h. ?nd ?on An Avaricious Woman. A New York wot^an worth SSStJ has . <??,??> d wl.h a piumbr. Thn clo:i?= ba>:g.ise'--Ix)iilsvllla Journal. Onr'l W* "'c ri -v. I am gl?i<! io iViii'* I a:.; not hi toad fo make :be world go right, b.f only DALI .AS TKXAS. March * Dal-. lo gfaoorer and to d- w?fh che.-;-;: las ?: 8? l> American ?erond nr)lrt ,rr wrirk tjMt 1in^ cpsafcstS ? fam. e ' jwn inKe|,,w. rtOt'STO.X tVajihlngton Houston. ? TEXAS March t? _m ^ m Arfr"ric?n Lesart*?. 1 True to Principle. "1 hellere in making the Win ~~ ~" thit m c"tmt." remarked ihc klnrtergar Wemea Owners of Railroad Steak. I ten icscher aa she called up the class ajgnsnea <>*r IS per ceaL of A marl \ tj ari'hmetlc. can rnirroad s'ick?. , ~ - " " ~" Repeater, or Engliih Lever, ar or Swiss Watch Repairing A Specialty If not satisfactory, no at Twenty-on. yesrs" exp -renca $S sat.'h making hnstufcss. N. Suttl 2403 JetVersen Aveeaat Eatan'isnoa IRS.