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??? PITWE GUARANTEE the Safety of All Money Entrusted to Our Keeping.-^! ??S
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??-THE FIDELITY AND CASUALITY COMPANY OF NEW
YORK, A MILLION DOLLAR CORPORATION, BACKS OUR
GUARANTEE.
The Holidays
BUT BEST OF
ALL, they are the
TIMES TO SPEND,
Times to Save.
ALL OF THE FACILITIES OF OUR PROGRESSIVE BUSI?
NESS INSTITUTION ARE YOURS FOR THE ASKING. We will
give you Information and will serve you along Business Lines.
Begin the NEW YEAR by Opening an Account WITH US.
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IR OFFICIALS ARE POLITE, OBLIGING ??? '
LIABLE. WE ! EIN BANKING ONLY ALONG
SERVATIVE LINES. OU [CERS *AR]
PETENT. OUR SERVICE ?S STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
WE RECEIVE AMOUNTS IX SI F TEN CENTS
AND l.-?'WARDS. CHILDREN'S DEPOSITS WILL
AND LASS BOOKS ISSUED.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON AMOUNTS A< \T
ING Si,-. WHEN THEY REMAIN SIXTY PAYS AND
OVER. INTEREST l MPUTED DURING THE
?I? JANUARY \xn JULY.
WE PI ? TR BANKEB RDER
PARTMENT AT THE SERVICE OF THE PUBLIC THE
RAT] ? ARE THI ME AS TH< >SE OF?
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THEM. WE HAVE FIRE ALARM CARDS
THECn RICHMOND, WHICH MAY BE HAP I
Till? ASKING. I .DIES CH] S MAY BE OB
TAINED FR< >M THE CASHIER.
SID >RS Wil? ) CARRY THE
\!> OVER THEY ARE FURNISHED l-RKE OF
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BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH OCR NEW
G?, mii NATIONAL PARK
H. P. JONATHAN, THOMAS H. WYATT,
vivi?;- p p1.
Do ci r d of Directors:
l-AKl.KV, W 1?'. i'.kuiim. l?. G. Va' |fOHN
!.. jr.. )orh ? Smith, k. W. Whiting, ??
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JOHN MITCHELL, JR ,
PRESIDENT.
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BANK, WE WILL ISSUE LETTE! LEDIT
FOREIGN COUNTRIES. WE CHAR? ?RE
THAN YOU PAY IN NEW York OR LLSKWHKRK.
OUR VAULT IS PROVIDED WITH ??? LATEST
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IS A FE *Tl "
ALL DEP? ISn
ADD ? ' 1 'IMS TH
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NEED HAVE \'<
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PLACE V
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THE UNITED \R
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WILL BE GLADLY GIVEN BY EITHER OUR PR]
DENT ? >R IN
! THIS
G? D? I] i'AXD ?
WRITE USAI
H'iotc? ?tecountc? ano Collcctc?.
atllboncv ?Loanc? on IRcal Estate.
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The Animals
At Christmas
SAID Santa Ctaua. "Tie Christmas or?
(Th* animala looked pleasant).
And ?ach ol you will now receive
His yearly Chrialmas pr?*a?nl.
But I'd he srlad il ?every ?rural
?j'eulj tsrntion ?hit he'd like Ih?
Th* Tapir said : "Thai pleases me.
I'll s?ste succinctly, ihrrefor*.
If I may be so bold snd Ira*?
The only thing I car* for
Would be thoxc rr. ? tchea en th* shelf.
With which I'd like ?o I.?hi myself."
Hia wiah was ?ranted Then up spak?
A timid little AJder:
"Sir. hut a trida it will take
To make any Christmas ?ladder;
A eist* and pencil, if you pie??.??.
Would lei an? da my sums with
Th* Reindeer said : "You may beli?*/?
I'd be ? happy fellow
If I were sure I would recen-e
A food sized umberrellow:
And also I'd like four golosh?
Za snd s rubber mackintosh."
The Hg a fountain pen draired ;
The Cow tin horns requested ;
The Horar. for a new hai acquired.
His gre.'.lude attested.
The Caterpillar aa.d : "I am
Proud ol my caterpillar?liam."
So all of ?hem we-r* Say and ?lad.
And they were happy, vary ;
They liked the pre?? i\ta that the? had
And waxed exceeding merry.
Dear humana, a? your Christmas fessi*.
?Tray like a leaaon irom the beaats.
Caralyn Wells in Reads*.
HIS CHRISTMAS SERMON.
.
Au A*e-ri V? a? > ?* ? ?- ?? Who Tssgbt a
? ursle I unli'lltiiirut.
An Kitglir-h clitwgjuiaa tl?*? lares that
the 1 -? -M?iiri he ever
beard was prr.i- ...?? bj a u??: ..u-and
In thi
"i.t m*. Uttls parish, under the sweep
of th? ?J a, "1 was
walking swiftly lioine one night buffet?
ed about by th?? gray cloinls of driving
rain that me tlen-e sou'wester awept
landward frnm Uie sea wlifii a poor,
helpless, aged woman asked me for a
tritit? for ? night's lodging.
"Curates an- .-i:;<;ioae?J always to be1
poor. It was rhristuias time, and I
had just parted with my last sixpence
at u i m let wh?*re work waa
? eomM n?t leave my
stranger iu uie street, ao I asked her
to coin?* with ine to my lodgings.
al?>ug through the
mud with her streaming clothes and
clouted bouts, an?l we entered ray little
room. My thoughtful landlady bad
m a ?le my ta hie ready. A plate of hoi
toast was standing In the fender; the
kettle sang vociferous!.?, as if Impa?
tient to be used; In front of the flre
stood my slippers and an easy chslr.
*To my surprise, my poor, worn, hag?
gard companion raised her dripping
bands hihI burnt into tears with tha
words, Ob, what luxury!'
"That was the best Christmas eer
doii I eve:? bearti, end tbe oqJj oo? I
.th's ?Corn
it.
? li rt ? t m a? a Hi?. ? ? Itnasl*.
In ? . tho chil?
dren at ChrUtmaa eve begin playing
pran; s .?Id m th?*y are
aim; drolleries
ls that cf d ras na ?nl
: sssumsd
wild tlieniselves
through tl irhood. A? many
skin?? as possible aro aja?IllSil. and Iu
these th?- ! . Wolree,
b-'iirs. osi ;-rk--?*nted.
All of the - ither In one party,
-ing as brute?
forming a train for the escort and dis?
play of t:
illanilaail
compatii* .hers atar
tl?? th?? godei of the night by rude
atralns tira? ? troni harsh and primi?
eri are
??. and In the titful light, opposed
by black shadows, the scene is ut once
-pic n till V
? 1 I....iK 1.1 tu 1 linai.nnd.
What la more touching at the holhlay
r*eason thai to ae? an old man ???.-???????
s pi?'.is:i!it siirp: ;-.? for bis aged a
??.?G ter raise money enough
ter g!t my wife a ????\? ?? arist
mas. sali." sai?i Dacie Ebony to Mr.
aeratone.
'??.?. I - -? Teat want me to give you
Som?? Chete? toilo. uncle, ?-h:"
"W ? i: :,-- sab. E ??ought p?-rha?
could gli ti?* old lady a Job at washin*.
sah!"
rhrlalmaa Presenta.
Th?? iri-'ing et pres?*iits ?s? ?hristnias
day undoubtedly 0*1 igni b? a
general klea to ? urry into pra<!.
biblical mandat?, "l'?';. M earth:
go<?d will tu men." At tirst the great
lords ninth' pri '!.?-ir r?-t llUilH,
nnd tha M'asoli was jnarke?l by unl
TOrsal eliarity. By degr?*?*s the praetl.-e
?? ? "iristimis gi\mg *?|>re:i-l until now
every Ixjtlv | or her friends pres?
ents.
A lle*eli?e- For I'luiu l*n?l?l I ???".
Cruinlde a pint ?it M ???It l'Hill?! from
the . . ? b>af and poi::
them a cup <>f s.-alded milk;
add thre?? ?'ii.trl? is ot I cup of .sugar,
a teti>-iitH>ii'u? ?>f salt :i;?<! UH y??lks of
four e^'is b?*it?i? together: chop a half
? ? <?f suet and thoroughlj mix with
It a ball pound ? .eh of ra taina, cur
. :uld a t.'ii?-poonful
eaeh of cinnamon and mituieg, a thinl
Of a tr.tspooiiful each of ?lu,es and
? and tin* whites of the f.jur eggs
Stiffly beaten; *?T\e ? ith hard cauce.
Kvriisrairmrnl.
Jack (bitterly)- I sappose that young
Rlehni.iu win? comes to see you so
often will giv?* you such an expensive
Christmas gift that y?ui won't want the
trifling present I can afford to buy
you?
Mar ? I think yon had
for -?r?-luture
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THl^PEOPLE'S REAL ESTATE AND
INVESTMENT COMPANY.
UIIY Mil (All. <?\ DB1
WIi" ?? ? ntiiiji,
When bn.tiii??.
\\ Iki? U-mlin?*?? iinnny.
\\ lit-u l><>rrovviii<? money.
When you want an estate inanrig?*?!,
\\ li? 11 j??n liu\?' ????? II??ta(?? f?>r sale,
.lu-t ?all G?????? No. ????.
J. J. CARTER. President.
W. r. DENNY. Secretary.
TIT N. 2nd St.
A GREAT CUT
xzrsr FZEexoEa
GOTO
Reformers
This week for
Groceries
\Vc Give Full Weight
And the Host Quality..
Pure Lard (This wk. only) lb $.09
Dunlop Flour, ek.32
liest Cofftse. lb.15
Tea (Excellent quality) lb.. .35
Sugar (Pure American) lb.. .05
Ilaking Powders, per box. . . .04
Lump Starch, lb.04
Package -tarch 3pkgs.10
Apple Butter (2% lb cans) per
can .07
Canned Beans (lOct size) per
can.05
;Mne per pkg.04
Flavoring Extracts per bottle .03
If?c^All Goods Delivered
Promptly. Give Us Your
Patronage.
1Rcformcr?, Store
6th and Clay Street.
Palone, 1299.
'Phone ao48 111 W Leigh St
John H. Braxton
REAL ESTATE & LOANS
Private Barker and Broker
U-aana negotiated on Real Enlate,
I ? tere? t allowed on Depeeit?,
Ketaio? niauaged,
Rent o?U?x?ted and prompt retama
*?r?*<x;ui1~KueiH??ij? to repair?.
Notary With ?Seal.
Working PeopI?*?' Friend.
The Union Magazine. Tho Working
Peoples friend ? cents a month. G>0
<? nts a year and the Richmond Plan?
et $1.50 a year. Special offer.
Both for 11.16 a yoar. Son.l ficta In
stamps for sample copy of each.
The Afro-American New* Co.
439 W. 35th St..
New York City
BOARDING & LODGING
Rates Reasonable. All the Comfort?
?> ?a of Home ?*?, ?p
Order? received by letter or telegraph.
MKS. HOOK F K l.EFTWHH,
pkoprietkks**.
SI,i ?.?nil St., Kit-.iiu.md. Va.
FIRST CLASS
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JOSHUA BANKS & SONS
Kv?ry Facility Conaietent With Fine
Catering. Special Attention
Paid to
Stoppers, Balls. Installations
-and Smokers
ON TH?, SHORTEST NOTICI?..
Address all communlr-atlcma to
1 I.IM L, l.WKS, AU N. Third St.,
lleslden. ??. 1.112 V. i?t?tii St.
Kit h tuend, V'a.
"THE ECONOMY,"
803 snd Ml 1. 3rd St.,
Fine Tailoring,
CLEANING,
DYEING, ..
AND REPAIRING
TURNER & WHITE,
PROPRIETORS.
"Help Want.?1-Mah* nini l.ni.ib- .'*
Tra intry help a;
Call or ?
1011
.-.gton. 1)
J. T. C. NIIWSOM. G
Kit IPIilMI MIPK'.lh ?i'Ol.1.1 < 11..
K m E. B?ker Street,
Kl? IIM(IM), YIIU.lNI..
Chartered June 14, 1905. C
ucational. The only Colored ??1
!:i Virginia f.ir a thorouKh
course In Medicine. Dentistry and
Than: don: 190S?190?
I Of. *?, 1905.
For further Information, write.
J. ALEX. LEWIS, ?. ?.,
Secretary.
N. WINSTON,
Confectioner
ICE-CREAM, any shape and style, public and
private r? ns. entertainments and ;
furnished on short notio
Fruits and Delicacies. Tobacco and Ciftars.
AVCTUD?**! f? EVBRY STYLE. Pr?vate
U I 01 DRJ f"teKal Attention Given
to Ta I l??t Drinks,
Etc., Etc. Open l'util One tly.
'*'"""----t? WINSTON'S, 537 Brook Ave.
ftnigbts of l^?tbtas,
?. ?., S. ?., ?. ?., ?. AND ?.
This organization is oik- of tlie most powerful in the country and'its
pro^n.?:-s has been phenominal. The Grand I.? dge of Virginia has juris?
diction over all of the cities and counties in this state. Thirty mi
required to otganize a new lodge. The benefits pai ititntc one
of its strongest features, but the principi. greater than anything
else. Founded on Friendship, based on Charity and lished on Be
nevolence, the respectable, uprightpeople of the state will find it an order
worthy of their heartiest support,
It pays an endowment and burial 1 ?.?? for all ages. It
pays 54.00 per week sick dues. The badge costing 75 cents each is the
only absolutely necessary regalia. For information concerning the ./aiti?.? of lodges,
apply at the main office.
The Courts of Calanthe
Is the Female Department of tlie Order. It requires a me ol
thirty persons to organize a court. Its nielliti?, is are pledged to exhibit
Fidelity, exert .many and pro\e Love one fur the other. It pays
an endowment and burial benefit of $150.00. It pays $.> 00 per ?reek siek
dues. The only expense for regalia is the cost of the badge, 5e? nd
ette, costing 2? cents for funeral occasions.
THE BANDS OF CALANTHE or Children's Department ?also con?
stitutes a feature and persons cannot do better than to enter tlie little ones into this
circle. The expense is nominal and the benefits all that could be expected. It
$1.00 to $1.50 sick dues and death Ixeuefits of 1 1 >.o*9 to $40.00. It you I. Pythian
Lodge or Court or Band in your neighborlnxx1 orgrnize one.
For all information concerning the Children's Department addre*
Mrs. Anna Taylor, \V. M.,
120 W. Hill ?St., Richmond, Va.
For all informatiou concerning special rates of JOHN MITCHELL, JR.,
membership in the lodges and courts, address 311 N. 4th St., Richmond.JVa.

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