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TILLMAX IX A RAGE. ? hurt n t?ie ? * start riulit ? THROW M ISS G - li :? more dan?:? ?at la r-.t row In tho gallery, ?nan saw him. In otta hand and in tl ? t he? im. TI ! as if to throw in I ' and Jut? took him PAID . - il owl." Bay \? v thine snub' ? HlSBOC I ? w ? I him. 1 ? What this man Tillman ? ?? "I I ? fact that ? It. 1 ? rn:in ? " clair? than "Yo h th?? right and sii law ? :lt In ? absol ? would pr loa of obbci ? \ ? To hell ?ail how the - ballot In Till? man said: "Th?-rc la a this question th:ir. tl ? ? ? tedgt 0???? I will judg?? and alunit your nines putting bini on roar ticket ani bamboozling tin ? Ing him. and then the tlcketwithonl knowing was on it. find a way to cheat him out of it "No matter wl \o in in the South -will ? . dominateli by the :i >ou now that if ? should arar asalte an atten ;? 'save South Carolina.' we will show theaa in their I red before ari black "God Almighty made th?? Caaeaa? Ian of b? than tho Mongol? ian or the I otheT ithiojuan is a berdea bearer. Ha has done absolutely nothintr for history? nor l? achieved anything of great im por Thor*- are no groat men a mong the r. ? this ? has been picked out by the fanatics of the North and lifted up to the equality of citi/onship and to the of Kiiffrrii?o No doubt many ? have listened to the oratory of the greatest colored man of this countr.v Booker Washington. Rei had a white father, however, and tils brains and his character he has inherited from that father." NORTH RESPONSI KM. Senator Tillman then told his audience of the attacks on white women by Negroes In the Soutti and declared that the people of the North wore in u great meAsnre re? sponsible for this state of affairs. In conclusion Senator Tillman aald: "Now, aa a general Illustration of th.? lnj'i-tico that Is sometime? done I lent Roosevelt discharged thro?? with i court-martial, and In doing: ii for 1 ? do! n ? >f t.ie law. and be ought net to have \Vh??n I . - ?-i\ ???.! In I ? injunction pro him fron? and < ?? "ild can? cel ni Ti I Ima ? th . and pri ? ? thine affair n' ? ar-by ? ? wd which ? In front of the hall I Wort' ??C trip ? I th? ? I ???. ? ? ?<i Th; ' I KM?.II l>? < ?I I'VIIII IS. \???????? r V ?\ ? ?<??:? i" P? aa as? * ? .Iones. Tbe . - ? - Inner Guard. Henry Austin; Outer Guard. William Maeklim. Richard Latte, Eddie Stokes, h . Major I) ? '? for tl?? ? ofculatioti fa unlform. M? .1 .1 ?olla? and his enunciates at his establlsh \ fit r was si * of Mrs * ? ? '.ram! i> Counsellor M tbetr assistants. The Itb all tb< ' ?.?I. PRAISED II.\< ? TROOPS if th?> Infantry "d fron army without f tbe ?j meni- j ? the raid upon ?. An? as folio? Lhe laKt of tbe best and best: batullon in tho united itoment for publica? tion.'" Maj. -rding to "and I wii; for it anywhere, back? I will add BB No court In tl r the Thl ti upon his who in ! ? 'muid ?it h him. ooarl in th?? laaed. ? of ti ? rohlbltlDg err in. a lif?? urc?> tai? ? lif?? \\". 11 . loss: a wife. re laid t I Miiim. r> Bale. II ? ' at a prie.? all little girls can . nt il 10 ? - the 1 ?luring ? If. I>. ?????.G New lit? I \lra< t It is th?* klnil your b held the old u for a centary. I orders to t. ? Phlladel pi WHEN LOVE MEETS LOVE What happens maybe seen if you will read the new serial which begins in this issue, entitled, Duke of Devil May Care By HARRIS DICKSON Author of -Th? BlacJH Wolf. Breed," tic. It is a stirring story of romance and adventure in the south. One in which every reader will find Interest All of Mr. Dickson's stories have been masterpieces of literature, and this Is one of his best productions. We have promised our readers a literary treat and this story fulfills every promise. IT BEGINS IN THIS ISSUE uamam f A. Big Round Dollar's "Worth of Man Medicine Free for blX GENTS. vif a smoke or two beers?isn't much \o man longing with all his soul to feel again the ??? life in his bones will balk at the amount re is a chance, though, that you minia miss this offer of help ? if we don't ? d or two on why it is a dime for a dollar's worth. You might say "only six cents"? ? an t afford to .lo anything real for rae for si?, u are value ?? ?? M ire aot trying to make money on this pi but for six < ? to you that Man M all that you need. Thi Ucine .-ve you that. We ? full sized dollar's worth of Man M< free. It has ?I thousands?perfectly and permanently?and we know what it will do for you. We want you to have a arbola dollar's worth to prove Its a yourself. \\?? want to prove it to you at our expense?so we give you the medicine?make yon a ! ur 6cts elm ply helps to cover the cost of packing and postage one whole dollar for you. There is no other expense?absolutely none. Simply enclose your 6 eents, silver or stamps. In your letter, at our risk, and the full dollar package Maaacaae, careful' - in plain wrapper, will reach roa by return mail. Tbie Is a sq? LrJ "Man ?????? is great?it Is worth more than money to weak men?It will add pounds to your horse power?it will cure you." \V? km?*.?, this but you don't?you h uc word for it. Just one package will prove it h ike the hundred cents risk to your ten cents risk it to ?eeju. That's fair. It means more than six cents to yon - it means life, vigor, strength, endurai That weary, worn condition, that debility, that lost animation, that ?atie and kidney ' <tlon of your strength. !rr\in<? losses ami weakness per aliar to men will not get well "of must Ket help soniew here, and thero is none so sur?? and ?s Man Medi. ine. TI offer voi: Man ?.?<1 bine for a tri"' >u can Btop and asead BOW. I for the dollar package ? Tntoreta? l.uck TU.Ig . Mich. THE AFRO AMERICAN AUTO CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL. e is your chance to become a first-class Chauf? feur and earn $25 00 to 130.00 per week. We teach ? L une dollar per week. Call or write, R. J. STOWE, Manager; W. H. Greenfield Main Springfield, Mass. WINTKD? ? ? Va \?1 II ? P t.-liai? Ha?r Culturlng G ?iMleb ItlOIll. ftei and ? ?.on In i I tlie ? in bu? h n? any Va. bas Boive?! has from Palla ?rain ? oui a scientific basis in this rk. Mr m was d? ? ltiirlnir. The fin ? halr-cul' ? In th?? North at | Hut work in 1 tho iiirrs ?hat ?ho only he I Mrs. Grahai s no ':. growtb of pliant hair. tham'e Liquid ? I for ncr the sWIn Trv it Mrs Graham's Skin fool softens and ? the hands and ? ??ntion to man icnrin ? -in.? the sc;:lp. fare and neck. S1 of hnir dyeing nolng and re? storing hair on bare temp Her prie?? are mo lerate, call ant! see h ? VIRGINIA ?In the urt of the Count ? ? ? ind. Winnie Franklin, vs William Franklin. IN CRANCafJLV. The ol.jcct of this suit is to obtain an absolute ?! | defendant hy ! th?? plaintiff ??n the ???round? of ?It? ami abandonment. Ami an ???davit having bee? mad? and filed that the de- | fenda:.? .te of Virginia, it is h< ?red that ! appear here within M teen days (15? ?ine publication of tins notice to proti?ct his interest in this suit : MOM S T. MoNTT IR?. Clerk. R?scher, pq. To William Franklin: Take notice that I shall, on the 26th ?lav of IHier?ber, 191 6 at the of!. KM Koscher. Ilia ? Main St., Rich-I moud. Va., baine?? th?? hour, of ?< ? M and s G M on tint day take the depo? sitions <,t afarv .smith, ami Qthrrs. to th? read in evidence in my i?ehalf in a cer- ; tain suit depending in the Circuit Court ' c?f the Count\ of <".?.<?< hland, Va., where in you are the defendant and I am the plaintiff, and if. from any cause, the taking of the said ?K positions lie not commenced on that day. the taking of tbe same will be adjourned snd continued . from ?lay to ?lay, or. if commenced, l>e j ncluded on thai <l.?y, the taking of, the same will l>e adjourned and continu? ed from day to day, or from time to time at the same place an?! between the same hours, uutil the same shall be completed. Respectfully yours, WIN ? IK FRANKLIN, By Counsel. K. M. ROSOHER, pq. a". ?Subscribe to tb? PLANET. ?"liriMmju? and New Vrar'n lfoli?lrtj ? BraBwleea them itaii WBJ. itoi Inclusive and December ti ?t? Rallaray win and ??turn Jan 7t! PROF. 1?. I> BRI ? I . 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COLSON, Si?pefintendent, DinYviDDiE, Virginia. j Everything Everything \ h FURNITURE-! I^i-Floor Coverings-is-! SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, INC. I ? | Leadfrs * f\ -?????? f fo 709 7il 7*3 EAST BROAD STREET. & i? m H >L FOR THE RACE. WHERE ? THE VIRGINIA BUSINESS COLLEGE AND CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL. 414 North Third St., Richmond, Va. Shorthand and I ? p? - writing. lto?>kke?-piiig. Ik-inking I'.n miii-liip. < ..min? r? I ngli^li ? lasineea Ptsm ? lece. ? \\ Yoaag Mi 11 and Women . ?Qj? Hoard ?mil I.Hlgitig 6e<-urcd for OBt-of-tOWn Si-niente in gooj for Bio per month. ? mi um ReaeosBable, Day nnd ? ?gli ? iculty. ? irpaasad Facilities. Positions S???urod for Gradu?t. ere ami Stenographers FurnisbeJ B. v. Vacation, s? hooi Oiten all the "i?;ir. Fu! ? d by d Fnglish Scholar In from ten to For furth? r Information address 1 II 151. V< KW I 1 I \ ! ; dent. che Ipccplc'? IRcetaurant, 750 North Third St., Richmond, Va. MEALS at All Hours ?Hot or Cold. Hoard by Day, Week or Month. Suit Drinks. FOI.ITI-I ATTKNTK ? ... C1VR ?? A CAM,. Mme. SYLVIA L. MITCHELL, I'ROI'RIHTi ... ., ... |asli ^a|BBv'?afNfBafaa|Bat?BfBB4Nfse ': 1 h $8.00 FOR $1.00 L FINFST HAIR TONIC THAT'S MADE ? * Will send eeoagh to till ??. 4 eeaca bottles and label? to coon same ? j? for ONE DOLLAR (In package) 4 ounce ! : for 15c ? (? IT STOPS I-AI.I.IN''? HAIR AND CURBS DANDRUFF. ? Address, J. R CLARK, Conwav, Ark. <?>??'????f^,^^'^1^1?f ^efrfrefr-J^Ky ? $150.00 Endowment Paid. Portsmouth. Va . N?>v. 21, '06. This is to cortify that I have re? ceived from John Mitchell, Jr.. Grand Chancellor of the Grand Lodge of Virginia, Knights of Pyth? ias. ?. ?.. ?. ? . ?.. ?., A. anJ ?. ? $ ! G. ?.?? ) One Hundred ani Fifty Dollars in payment of the. ?Vit h claim of William L? Hunt, who wa3 :nber of Jonathan I<odge, No. tl of Portsmouth. I Signed?Edith Hunt. Beneficiai y Witnesses: Cr.Uhton Elliott. Willie Bicluet WANTED?--Colored young man ?compositor. Practical knowledge of Job and Presa Work on small 4 page newspaper. Will send copy (New Era). Small salary to begin. Bright future for one who has an ' aim In life, also 10 per cent addi tional for job work. A True Re. former preferred J. H. FERGUSON. Editor New Era. S 72 Main Street, E. Orange. N. J. Eat?bli?h<<d IMO?. 'Phone 41 ?SO. JOHN FOXEL, Dealer In General Line of I AN? V AMI S I API.? (?KlM'K?IKS, NOTIONS | i;i Ml MEATS. < I GAIIS. ????????). HU, W<X>I), <OAI.. ?ftc. II S. 41 H ST.. RICHMOND, VA. I CAN SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE OR BUSINESS. No Matter Where Located. Properties and Business of all kinjs ?old quickly for cash in all parts of the United State* Don't wait Writ? to day describing what you have to sell and give cash price on urne. If you want to buy any kind of Business or Real Estate anywhere, at any price, write me your require menta. I ?can ear? you time an? money. DAVID P. TA FF. The Lund Man. 415 Bnunuaul Avenue, Topeka, Kansas.