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XIMtll. 2<>, 11H)7. FIREMAN FLEES FROM GRAVEYARD GHOSTS AJLONE !IM ? IRY AT MID NIGHT HE Sr.CS WEIRD SPEC? TERS ??G . AWAY. Ft. ' ?? among the b at m from that ? r tho ,? ? fireman, bad an never . Filli talk!; look ' e He Is no? whlte .? Late at o'clock, ti *d by an a box The Ghosta Appeared on Every Side. ? -nues. Their shortest route to tho lire was throi. I \t the big i: ? I way side of ti.? ? and I Arrim?n opened th * gat oa sprang to | - ? the Boss reel the hill. after the ? (OB, shoal He paw the II e dis? ami his way oui of I "I kept on rasala ? a re of his . ?"wishing - ??.Ml Bfoaas! '. saw s white thing, ? out off the ground. My hair went up :ik. "Tt. run. Ill dead afr;. I think I s?rny< m ?th a coiii I with bis ! off the "I U 'iat I was :;g for I a time I In tl: oompsny. I folio the ? and fallen, and th ! ? as bad as t! ? ?o a : ? was in Walnut l ?erne?? ? \ ; timo 1 had tt I was ? !h. "? ? and how to gel bac? to th bous? on s false alarm. 1 I cemetery an hour." Hens Laid for 35 Years. ???????? : dia r s was the price realized for a pair of hens at the pu: ( William Stengal's preperty a' Bally. Mr. stengal said that ho had OSraaa tho fowls for 35 fears, and that during all that time they had ? trictly to business. Mr. Stengel's farm is located a camp-meeting ground of colored folks, and he did not lose sight of the fact, for whenever gatherings were on he would double-lock and bar his ?hlcken-coop. The visit of the local preacher to the Stengel farm always resulted In a hurry call for secretion of the fav? orite hens Young chickens were has? tily slaughtered and conspicuously dis? played. Hit by Train: Runs Away. Bloomsburg. Pa?Knocked from the track by a locomotive and escaping uninjured was the experience of Wil? liam Neal of this place. Neal stepped from the main track to a siding, and was watching s passenger train go past when he was struck and hurled several feet from the tracks. The crew hurried to his assistance. But before reaching him Neal Jumped to his feet and ran from the place. Upon reaching his home s physician was called, snd tt was discovered that bo had not suffered even a scratch. Ha ssid that sfter being struck hi? one idos was to get away from th? railroad a? fast aa he could. Church Rood. Va. Any one who knows his whereabouts or can furn? ish any information of him please write, MRS. BETTIE TUCKER. Church Road, Dlnwiddie Co.. Va. 3t MEN BATTLE'llEHGELY WITH THOUSAM RATS CORNERED IN GRANARY ROOM, B!G GRAY RODZNTS ATTACK WOULDBE EXECUTiONERS. Waterbury, I against the wall and their clubs Dying like flails aa 1 Wll Ham Wesa fought for their ! a thousand big gray grn\ The men I the rats, but when th? cornered 11 vouring the ? killed combat, whk fa other men went to A horde of ! ? R. S ? 1 m\i' li 1 loua ?at tli? ? : The Maddened Rats Swarmed About Them. While the I : not wait er and W< ? writl?.? ! Up tl their in an I han 1 their clubs like mad bat the the DJ . ,) his ? sank The ? ?? had -bouts and tl : 1 tbS STICKERS rCR PUPILS' LIPS. Teachers of Lynn. Mats. Accused of Ualfifl. Court Plaster. ??. Mass ? on the of thl ers ir: lining rchot?: saiiag : >n to lick sticking , s of whis ? nded by 100 parents, and ? ? of moth? ers ?? ibi make charges of a : aracter to the I Among the . f punish: which rari ? have ting a quantity of j-reen soap into the mouth of a boy and tying of pupils for whispering. The ?I be investi thorough!) a school coma and Jam. il. a m< said he would recommend the dis? missal of ? convicted of such ? Women Plow Like Horses. Kansas City. Mo.?Julian Fustrade, within th. : util? izing his wife and 1 " \ ear-Old. da., as plow horses Hot h women made this scki. nt to a Humane society < "It is no mor? than we were accus? tomed to in IBS old country," they ed. warned that women are BOI permitted to do such work in and that he would be ?;< if it is attempted again. INFORMATION WANTED. Strange: rdon. sir, but you bare it in your power to do me a great favor, and oue tl.'.t 1 will gladly repay. Bankrupt (sad'y)?I? I am afraid you have made a mistake. I am of no use to anybody. I have Just failed for half a million, with no assets. "So I heard" "You knew tt. and yet you ssy I can be of service to > s. sir, 1 beg you will not re? fuse." "Hut whst csn & miserable bankrupt like me do for any one?" "I want you to tell ma, sir, how you got so much credlL 1 am from Chicago " WE INVITE THE ATTF* ???? OF THE PUBLIC TO OUR DEPARTMENT It is thoroughly equipped to do all kinds of printing on shoi*t notice. We make a specialty of Society printing a:id work for Insurance Com? piine, such as Fiaancial Cards, Policies, both straight life and benevolent, Physi? dam's Certificates, Sick Cards, Application blanks, Agent? 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WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SAMPLES WHICH WE WILL SHOW ANY ONE DESIRING TO SICK TH EM. __ ?ut Stock IRoom Bmbtacee a Jfull %ine OF THE LATEST STYLF BOND, FINE WRITING?FLAT AND LINEN PAPER? ENVELOPES, ETC. WE CAN PRINT A BILL AS SMALL AS A DODGER. A Three-Sheet Poster AS LARGE AS A FRONT DOOR. * i WE HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT? OF WOOD-TYPE Of Any Job Printing Establishment in the city. Our Present Corf of Employkks are Competent and Quick-working. Our Office is within Easy Reach of the Public, Being within Fifty Yards of Broad St. Our street-entrance is retired and has no objectionable features, the most fastidious lady bein? able to enter without embarrassment or annoyan^ FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, APPLY TO Ijam Dtstanck Telephone, 2213? John Mitchell, Jr., 311 N, 4th St., Richmond Va UM F>es of tli?? WorUl are G??? Me. The colorad rao? la tas rnited rime Is . . y trylBg ?BOSS and only the best sort of advice and the iBsal should :i and ? if your people ara to contlnoa In this land of prosperity and ? .berry, ? ad the pursuit of happiness. In this book we have to the colored tt country a solu? ti our problems. W? ention to the taps made by OBI pia along commercial, Intel1, and moral lines, and we believe that if this book la read carefullv. a source of great In? spiration and encouragement to not only the colored people themselves but the WhltS a?1 0 are In led la our progress. All < ' ra of this Journal, who will to us at once $1.00 by P. O. | order or registered letter will book In dotti binding Just as soon as it comes from the press. We offer this special Inducement In order to ascertain to what extent our people are willing to support suc"i an enterprise. We will have to charge $1.50 for the book after It comes from the pr? ss. We find It utterly Impossible to produce a book of such proportions a* We hope that you, dear readers, if you cannot send the one dollar at once, will write to us and state whet*i er or not you would like to have a copy of the book reserved for you and that you will state at what time you will be able to send us the $1.00. Hoping that we shall hear Ere a you by return mail, we are Yours truly. RICHAR- H. BALL. 28 Franklin Si. Lawrence. Mass. MINIMA?In the Law and Equity Court for the City of Richmond, this 5th day of March. 1U07. Isabella Hill Plaintiff. vs. Andrew Hill. Defendant. IN CHANCERY. The object of this suit Is to ob? tain a Divorce, a Vinculo Matrimoni! from the defendant. And an affida? vit having been made and filed that due diligence has been used by and on behalf of the plaintiff to ascer? tain in what county or corporation I the defendant. Andrew Hill Is. wlt'a-l out effect and that ?he does not know his whereabouts. It la ordered that said defendant. Andrew Hill, appear here within fifteen days after the duo publication of this order and do what Is necessary to protect his in? terest herein. A copy?teste: P. P. WINSTON. Cleric.' To Andrew Hill: You'll take notice that I shall oo' the 2nd day of May. 1907 st the of? fice of Phil B. Shields, room num? bered $0. Chamber of Commerce Building, situated at 8. W. corner of Main and ?th Su., city of Richmond. Vlrglnls between the hours of nine o'clock A. M. and six o'clock P. M. of tbst day sad proesed to take the . depositions of witnesses to be road I I as evidence la my behalf la a certain ?ult in Chancery depending la the Law and Equity Court for the city df Richmond, virgin b, araoroia joe :iro defeodaat a?id I aai plaintiff and r any cause the taking of the Bald depositions be not commenced on that day or If ad ba BOI ?(included on that day, the taking of the same will be ? ?journed an?*. tlnued from day to day or from time to time at the ?nine place and l>e . the same houra until the same shall have be?*n ? tnpleted. R?sped fully, ISABELLA HILL. U\ Counsel. J HENRY CRUT? IPIBLO, pq., O?Ve: 12 11 ?? ?. Broad St.. Richmond, Va -?o? Vli;i;iM\: In th. Uw and Kqnity Court for the <ity of Richmond, this Hot h day of March. 10O7. Prank Doyle, Plaintiff. vs Josephine Doyle, Defendant. IN CH ' NCERY. The object ol It |w to obtain a divorce, a Vincolo. Matrimoni!, from the def.?: sat and an af? fidavit having i.?*en made and filed that the defendant. Josephine Doyle is a non resident of the of Virginia. It ta ordered tli.it she appear here within ?t: after the due publication of this or der nnd do wh.it li necessary to pro tect her in. A Copy?Te P. P. WINSTON. Clerk. To Josephine Doyle: II lake aol e that ? shall on the 16th day of May, 1907 at the ofllce of Pini ?. S eld's room No. t?o Chamber of (' | Building, sit uated S W. corn - of Main and 9th Streets in the City of Richmond. Va rn the aoun of 9 o'clock ?. M and 6 o'clock p. II. of that day pro to take the depositions of Wit nesses to be read as evidence in my bobalt in a aartain suit in chancery depending in tea Law and Equity Court for the ctt> of Richmond. Va., wherein you are defendant and I am plaintiff; and If from any cause the taking of the n.iid depositions be not commenced OB that day. or If commenced be boC concluded on that day the asking of the same will be adjourned nnd continued from day to day or hoia time to time un? til the same sbail have been com? pleted. Respectfully. PRANK DOYLE. Bi ????????! J. HENRY CRt'T HP1ELD. pq. Office: 1211 ? E Broad St., Richmond, Virginia. SEABOARD Air Line Railway southbound train. sched? uled to leave richmond DAILY. 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna. Ra? leigh. Charlotte. Wilmington. 2:20 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. Savan? nah, Jacksonville and Florida points. 9:50 ? M.?Sleepers and coaches Atlanta. Birmingham. Memphis. Sa? vannah. Jacksonville and Southwest NORTHBOUND TRAINS SCHED? ULED TO ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY 6:46 A. M., 6:10 P. M.. 6:46 P. M H. S. LEARD, D. P. A. ? FORD'S : ? HAIR POMADE Formerly known n? OZONIZED OX MARROW" H< 5 * ? ? : a So 8TKAK.II IIM. ? INK Y or CIRI ? O HAIS tint Un : In ?i.> . : ? * ' - e e paper. Write >? ? mid ?.l.irm? pi?!:. The Ozonized Ox Marrow Co. ? (A'.'i*?enutn* -without my ugnature) J ?Lr?+ 9<^ ?.+ 4 153 E. KTHZIE ST.. CHICAGO. ILL? ? X A ?tuts M.irKii/ rvrrywht-rr. Y *???t??t?t???*?atj???????? Do You Know Him? Information wanted of the where? abouts of one York Johnson, who at one time lived at Cape charles. Va. He is reputed to be a Baptist Minis? ter. Information from the < master at Cape Charles City states that he thinks York JOBBBOB Is lo? cated somewhere along the Norfolk and Wattora Railr The man has an Interest In a small lot of land situated in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, once 1 by his brother MOBM Joiin-\ son who Is now dead also his wife, Cora and there Is now one claimant Jefferson Johnson, a nephew of tue mentioned York and Moses Johnson Any Informntion whatever will be gratefully ! at the of! the Richmond PLANET or send mail to WM. H. HOWARD, Attorney. 69 North West Street. Annapolis. Maryland. -??? Daily to Baltimore. > On and after April 1st. 1907, ached Iute ria the popular York River Line will leave Richmond st 4:30 P. M. dally except Sunday, returning leave Baltimore at S P. M. daily except Sunday. Very low rates one way and round trip to Baltimore. Phil? adelphia and New York. It's the best way to reach Northern and Baa-j tern pointa. ? Do ^ ?ni Know Hin?? I would like to know the where Wtlllan Henry . ? City. in June. ? able ',???. ! nam? ed I.. ar, all of JOSHUA BANKS & SONS CATERERS i:vi:kv facility G??? WITH 1 TORINO. Boot ? ?I Attentioii Ghreo to Balls? Su|i|htn. Iiivt.ill.it tons ami Su ? ' * ?t the Sln?rte?t Notice. ??our Patronage S..li? iti-d.? ,\? Refreshment Cors and Boat Privileg es Handled In Season. Address rll couimunlcatloiiH to LLAM L? BANKS. 511 ? 3d St : :; II n. If ta BLACKWELL & BRO. IM (?I I III II \??|\<? ?????? IM l'rui litui ROOM and Sign Puiutera, (?ruining and (ii-'icml ("on(rac? tors. .ALL WORK GUARANTEED .... rs, ?.??t? un a trini. you will n>v.r r?w Adtlrvtut, Cor. Price ?ud Jackson St.?*. UK II.MOM). \.\. PLANET DEPOTS NEW fORK CITY. P. Rltihelmei. 7 N. 13 4th St. and Bailey. 2 49 E 12Ttb St. J. H. Parker. 14 4 W. 2t*,th Charles Devan. 1.1 W. 30rh St. IV. J. Buck7,er, 150 W. ?3rd St. M W. Slaughter. 312 W. 4 0tb SL W. W. Johnson. 247 W- 47th St. ? H. Mitchell. 1R2 W. 27th 8t. Turner R Robinson. 12-fith Ave. E. A. Williams. 2??0 W. ?3rd St. M. B. Walker. 309 W. 37tb St. J. H. Jarrett. 453-?th ???. Smith A Mlles. ?. i W. 41st St. M. B. W!neygla*s. 322 W. 6?ta St. PHILADELPHIA. PA. M. Clay. 1801 Fttzwater St. J H Oray. 1233 Pin* 8t. Blatiop Robinson, 123 4 Melon St. ? ? Mackens. 1116 Pine St. Jame* E. Warwick. 254 S 11th St. Mrs. B. Homsber. 104" Pine St. William Parker. ?31 Pine St Mrs. Lavinia Aldrldge, 621 8. 12th Chas. A. George. 1062 Market St. P. A. Stewart. 173., Federal St. PITTSBURG. PA Joa. Evans, care Jon?? A Laughltn E. K. Thumm.. 1402 Wyllo Aro. bOSTON MASS. P; nu-i. ?" "7 'Thawmnt Ara. ' w Iti 1 - mont St. VflRPOf.K 1 ? John Debona, 616 Church BC. T. B. W. Perry, t Jones Placa. CHICAGO. ILL. B. BL Vaalkaor, tit? BROOKLYN. ?. Y.. 2 Fultcn ? William A Dabney. 3 Qu.??,/ M. William Pope. 174 Myrtle Ara. CHARLESTON, W. Va L. C. Ferrar. *01 Brooks 8t. ASTORIA. L. 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