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_____ HORTICULTURE JjjftfV fat* afafe. eagaiaj,1^: iLav^T.> A GRADiNG BOARD Work of Sorting Applea Made Eaay By lta Use. A Tery uPfful devlce for help ln sorting apples or other frult where close assortlng ls noc^sary Ia a grad Ing board as shown in the cut. This Is merely a pioco of liplit wood with round holes bored of dlfforont dlmen sions. the slze b*Mng made accordlng Useful in Sorting Applea* to the frult to b" aaekedL Tho dif fererr ions siios may be elther '; or 4 inch. T! board should alwa sort? ing table and says Farm and Home. but it will not bo necessary to put v\t ry lt QUICK WORK OF PACKING. Syatem Used by One Succeaaful Hand ler of Fruit. In ploking apples In my own orch ard ar.d In or- that I huy, I do not allow an applo plekod until I am there to con. barrellBSj same. t an applo laach Iba ground that goes into a DBITeL ln plcking I uae haif bushel baskets and short sacks hung ovor a plcker'o shoulder, aays a < lent of Farm and Home. Use long and short la tlroly. as plckers cllmblng in among the limbs brulso the applea that are ln sacka'and splll applas out of the basketa. I pack entlrely from packing tablea that are bullt on a allgbt slant, the wlde end of the tablo being padded to prevcnt the brulslug of applea aa they aro being poured onto the table. The narrow part of the table la alat ted with lath one Inch apart. which aJlows twigs. leaves. etc. to drop through. At the month of tho table I have an apron that 1? Uaeaad to the under side of the tal>!?>; thla we lay over the barrel allowing the apples to run Into lt_ When the apron ls full we lower lt Into the barrel, which pre Tents the brulsing of apples as they aro put into tho barrel The cost of picking and packing covers a wide range where trees are heavlly laden. tbe cost being not nearly as large aa when Laara la a Ilght crop. Under ordlnary clreurn atancea the plcking and packing can be done for 15 to I I work four men at the packlnu table. one man to face. one to press, one at moulh of table to run the apples, and one to sort out culls. The packing tahle does away with having cull apples all over your or cbard, as all tho culls are thrown un? der the tablo. When tho time comes In the fall to gathcr your cull and windfalls for maklng cidor, lt is a eaay matter to drive from plle to p'lo to pick up tbe apples and put afjoa I have my teams ready to haul my apples to ears. when cold storago in St. lxiuls in 15 boara from the tlme were har. tha treea. AGRICULTURAL BITS. Give plonty of water; laylng fowls require it Applylng manure to grass lands during the fall ls a good thing to do. provlding the manure ls not put on so thickly that it smothers the plants. The manure is aot a small Item of proflt from th<* poultry bouse. In cleaning up the poultry house the droppings should be put in barrela or hoxes and kept dry. Never glre fowls sulphur ln damp or wet weather. and give lt cauUoualy even ln dry weather. If fed, and the fowls get wet, it is sald to cause rtou matism and woakness of the l.-ga The prices of farm implements ere to be boosted this season. Why not meet the advance by paintlng and Cxing up the machlne on band now? A few gallons of paint, a new piece of woodwork here end there, will put the machine back in senrlce for two or three years. Young poultry should not bo al lowed to go hungry. nor should thoy be given more than they can eat up clean at one timo. A patch of rya near the poultry yard for the hens to run upon when the ground ls bare. is an egg producer. HORTICULTURAL NOTES. Fertiiize the orchard: plow and apray. Frult crops are often so lars;e that fhe abundance of one year offsr-ts the smallness of crops in other yeara. Brergreens are hardy. pretty and make excellent wlndbreaks. May la the proper monih to plant them. Try some and b-v.utify the dooryard. Keep th* bark of your trees healthy by the upi llcation of a good wash. A healthy tree. like a healthy asan will withstard tNe attacka pf, ly tliaa a weakly one. The man who cheerfully seta the his wlfe shracta, and lends hlmself ln the tetji vital :tizenahlp and ls a - HOW PLANTS ARE IMPROVED. Prlnclpfa of Selectlcn Must Be Care fully Cbesrved. Where BBaBCtlBB is done with skill and care tho iBaprovaaaaat of many kinds of eahlvatej plaata effecf Its means ls invaluable. The large panaies, the baga hybrid gladloll. the large ,1 eaaaa brought from tho state of small flow ers to their preaeat exi i our own day by careTuI ohsorvers, who. wat'hlng every variation and keeplng an exact record of aat of all their plants. turn to the best account the wonderful actlon of hen That plants are endowed with the power of changiug to some extent un der altered and varying conditlons no one will deny who kno^ little natural hiatory. Such changes will occur ln wild nature as well aa under >on. and by the actlon of h "11 be ttanamitted saore M falthful ly to the next genera tlona. But an all-important fact must be | recognized and rcniembered. lt ls that ln th* wild state only such vari.v ! Uons have a chance of enduiing as glve the plant in which they occur aome advaataga In its llfe. Many var ; latione ai arblcb soon dtaap) . v are a I galn. t< ? a potato plant j short stt'D-s an.l fa | in a BHaBB at the BBBB of tli" stem | Such a plant WOBM ' chance agatnst rank groaiag shootlng varietles. BBd lt a perish. Stlll, some buc! | long t.) - who thr ; are uscful or t | wh<> on a favorite aftb b: the advantago he can to thrive and answer his parpoae. of the variatlons lnduced ln our gar den plant | in favor of the plant lf ln a 'free Ilght" with it:; ln nature. All our laaara* aa carrots, turnip*. b<-cts. maV early ar.d aaoealai own benefit, but not at all f.>r own good lf laft tO th.-;r fa-. struggle with their own wild ? [ they would soon have to take a "back acat" and follows. then. that ?artatUB im; from man's polnt of vtaa must ra celve kin.i than atlf ' The ealtrratad plant, llke i: . tlcated animal. jrlelda la BBB powera of BBlf to our aarvloa. Man must in n provlde for Ita BBfaty and noviiah ment In tba laa| q| planta the actlon of man. much llke lnfluen cea whlch art on plants in the wild state. only hrlnga about slow and gradual changeH. often scarcely no tlceable at flrat L ue vil morln. WHEN TO MAKE CUTTINGS. Work Should Be Done After the Planta Have Matured the Shoota. Make eattlag ,-rles and currants when Um e ma? tured tsa iboota Di ti asal i aat and eJear af i< Cat t toag, cut. tin? Jaal l at tba 6 ittaa and about ball BbOva a bud at tsa t t Ou in in the soll ln rows tl.elr fall || the bud at the tap wiii ba abaat laval with the aurfa. of straw raraat too hard : .idvantage. all th?- spring flow erlng shrubbery caa b :u the same araj Ia a eoM climate it is hardly pi to root rose cut tings ln the op< ?>? can. however. ba put la BBB4J in a haa and root?-d so far as the bardy hybrid perpetual class 'rame ln late summer aad early fall you can root cutt oses from the balfr.. of ahoota I a 5,l(l and use th , de shoots. Cut rtgbl n?- lower eye and leave a full haaf of ippar bud and about half an lacll i above lt. Insert the eattlnga ln rows thickly in the frame ar-d plaea a whitewaahed aaah over. K.-ep tba sand always wet. and lf th? :oper con dltlon th^- A white roots ln about four weaba, when they ahould be potted in small pata and can be packed ln a fi erlng the pata m frames pro tected durlng the cold Blgbtfl of wln tar with atraa l bsva Krown and wi.ntered | jn this way. and plant ed them in the spring in the opan gro um made flne plant? Hut all the tea rose faml ly are better rooted ln the gieenhouae and kept in a oool ai??nhoiise durlng the win:. Helpg Foliage. The hotani.sr af th-* Maasachusetts experiment Btatloa that Bor deaux mlxtur. s a tonic ln fiuence on vegelation and that the beneflts follov.: <e are not due aolely to the preventlon of diaeaaes. but in a conaiderable extent as well to the Increased vigor of growth. He alao aays th* lime and sulphur treat naent of San Joae scale has a benefi cla! lnfluenr* m preventlng fnngua diseaaea. and expresses the hope that "tbe San Joae acale may prova a bleaalng ln dlsgulaa." Saya Its Not Se. Report to tho efTect that electrlc llghts are detrln.ental to the ayealght are pronom.i .-.i unfounued by an elac irlcal expertln the London Timea. He aays that the trouhle arlsas from too dltcct axpoaara of the eye to tha ight, aad that effect would be tba aame or a i any other IlshL The Phrenomet-er. A curlous electrlc machlne I*. the phrenometer. The senslUve part of the instrument ls a huge metal cap, which is brought slowly down upon the head. and clasplng the skull genUy but iirmly, indica.es the slze of tbe "bumrs" at 28 dlfferent poiuts. Tbe turning of a handle not only regis tcrs the slze of each "burap," but prints aad delivers the record. The Oldest Tunnel. G!enfleld tunnel, on the Leicester and Swannington railway, ls the old? est tunnefin tbe world. lt ls about a mile long. and la the oldest secUon of the Midland company's system. Only four passenger traina pass through the tunnel each week day, and from Saturday nlght until Monday morning the tunnel is closed by a padlock door at elther end. Flylng 3,000 Miles. The most wonderful blrd fllght noted is the mlgratory achievement of Uie VIrginia plover, whlcb leaves Its baunts in Nortb. Amcrlca and, taklng a course down the Atlantic, reacbes tbe coast of Brazll ln one unbroken fllght of 15 houra, covering a distance of over 3.000 miles at the rate of four miles a minute. Torpedo Boata of the World. An Ensrlish governmeut report showa that France now has 39 submarine tor? pedo boats in servlce and 50 under construction. England ranks next. with 25 bulk and 15 under way. The figures for other natlons aro: Russla, 13 and Ii; United States, 8 and 4; Italy. 2 and 4; Japan, 5 ar many, 1 in course of construction. Giant Boy. Clroor.e eOBBal has produced a >'lior. wl ? aad nvoirdupols it is be atands without a peer In the state. Youn is a product or K > hlp. and thoa till grow Hjppy By Comparlaon. '"Whrr.. sald the flat dwcller who | go BO ln a long flat. one at oacB < : who quarrcl all tl ? are not speaklnr to < ach other | come home aal Wisdom of Solomon. In a dog ea Eag land, ono ? I was a swore It wa- ss. So the judge award ed $02.50 dama^es aa a falr average. Make* PuUng Easy. iam Bardell. Amerlcan conaul at Bambcrg, Germany, reporta the dls eovery by Dr. Radard. a Geneva den tlat. that blue rays of llght can b* used as an anesthetic ln th* extracUon of t- eth. Made a Mlatake. "Walter. I find I have Just enough money to pay for the dinner, but I have nothing ln the way of a tlp for yourself." l t me add up the bill again, alr.** ?Moonshine. John Brown Juror. Willlams Abratns Martin. the aoll tary survlvor of tho 12 men who con vioted John BroWB, ia stlll llving ln VIrginia. Ha haa celobrated his seventy-flfth anniversary. To Clean a Stcel Knife. Cut an Irish potato in haif, dip one of the pieces ln the brickdust which ls generally us*d for cleanlng knives. Rub the blade of the knife and the staln will immedlatcly dlsappear. Over Seventy. There are three classea into which all the women paat seventy, that ever I knew, were dlvlded: 1. That dear old soul: 2, That old woman; 2, that old witch. Almond Meal. Nothing is better than almond meal to keep the skln smooth and white. Use lt in place of soap or rub on tba bands when almost dry. A New Discovery. It Is stated that a chameleon which la blind loses its power of maklng It? self of the same hue as lta surround ings. Must Be Chic. No woman objoct* to weaiing a balo lf she can tllt it up a little and so give atyle and snap to her saintliness. Weeds on Railroad Tracka. For destroying weeds on the track a car has been experimsntally fitted by the IUinois Central railroad. The car carries two tanks, each of 4,000 gallons' capacity, from which a per forated pipe under the car ls fed. Through thla the ground ls sprayed with a chemical solution. While one tsnk la being emp*i*d obemicala are being mlxed in tbe other. The water which fornis the bulk of the aolution being obtained from ataUons along th* line. Irish Kings. There were plenty of Irish kings fa early hlstory and they were good flghters. Some hiatorlans have traced the line of naUrs soverelgna of Ire land back as far as the tlme of the fiood. Heber and Heremon ln 1300, B. O, are the flrst of whom there ls any abaolnt* certainty. Following them ware 169 klnga all of whom ex cept flfteen died ln batUe or other wlse by riolence. Home rule wss ln exiatsnee untli 1172. ? leyellnfl Popular In Formoaa. Bieycling la very popular with botb tfc* Jafanese. and Chines* r*sldent* of RhraBoia.* fTIcycfe meers rh wTflch Japanese and Chlaese particlpata ara held twice a year ln t' ,1 clty. Besldes Chinesc, Japan- reign apectators llabsfl the < li ,'ar track upon which the JspBaH I Chlnese contestants were raclm there were about 50 T.u-ed aavages of the head hur. Dig at Ferefathcrs. Dr. Oliver who bad d ???? 1 . about heredlty, was once cai' mentalally afT.icted chl! After he had examlned the pati- he said a consultatlon should 1. held aome tlme baf ba mother replled that such had already taken place Dr. Hotntea bbM \h. the consulta'ion Bhoald ha\- tn-en held aome 50 ye-ars a^ Appreher-a t The 1-n i cf the d?g- ? > follow you. Tho f know | ? r?ut lt don't easr ^ a lo cotnot ?:?.?? . a cow Harpets v> A Ter-lble C.; - "Have \. : a i> i the theory their ?ed the other. "I- rtapa and rag-tU I horrlhle!" New York Reatau-.-"ta. New York dty a very amall . ?< cf r- ?* be tween the many P.rst-c . that have no super'.ors in t | and the more nuirerous al poor ones tbat are hardly paralleled in the great citlea. The Berlin Way. four lata durlng the- tourist I They avold the crowds by tri ~fore and after the rrowded | thus maklng sure of more ? rrfort en route, and better r< 1 acrvice at hotels. Proaperous Germany. New fai ? mushrnotus in and all are bu ls a gener. the bc that no ii; : be chc< Cromwrll'i Soots. In London I .Ir of rldln,-. were sold for | scov ?red 30 yaai .t o ratlona at Canonbury 1 illng BBB, A Good Olver The aperm whalo can r? tnain below the aurface for about 2A mlnutes at a ? Umcv Then it conies to the surface , Bnd breathes 50 or 60 nmes. taking . ibout 10 minute^ to do Self Made Man. Edward Yates. who racaaUy dicd ln . Walworth lng a fortune i of 65.000.000 ln r- o ln and about London. bega . Hfa aa a ! poor bricklaycr. Reaponaibillty of High Ofttce. How happy tl whlch every mlnute fur .nltles of do-, lng good to th How danger ous that which ment expoaea to the Injuring of mlllions. Could Uae a Large Quantity. Glraffe?Do you gtve >.*aa? Jungle Daatlat 1 Glraffe?How macb a thousand feet? Nail Terma. A "tea-peany" nail maaaa that i. J00 nalls pounda. The word la this sense la a cor ruption of pound. A New Novelty. A rellsl- has four compart ments of ta on a pretty' allver atand i: g ii te a novelty. Largeat Retait Drug Store. The greatest drus s'oro In the world ls sald la be found in Raaala. It ex lstg ln Moscow and is rt old. Its title Is the I and slnce 18S.1 lt has been ln the fam lly of tho araaaat proprletor. It Is a bulldlng of imposing dlmensdons. with many deT lncluding oa profaaaloa ? which Bambera 700 peraona I 2.000 prescriptions are said to be dis penaed daily. Wiahea. Wishes are hold to be ominous; ac cording to which bolief the order of the world Is so arranged that if you have an Implous objection to a squint. your offspriug Is more likely to be born with one; also that lf you hap pen to deslre a squint. you would not get It. This dcsrondlng vlow of prob abillty the hopeful entlrely roject. tak? lng their wishes as good and sufflcient security for all klnds of fulfllment. HIs Job. Blshop Potter was staylng witb a ! ln a country house. On Sunday morning as be passed through the li? brary he found a small boy curled up in a blg chair deeply interested ln a book. "Are you golng to church. Tom?" he asked. "No." he repliod. "Why. I am." the Mshop sald. "Huh!" the boy returned, "That's your Job." SENTENCE SERMON3. A strong brt.?th comes out of a wcak head. hypocrite Is the devU's bost argument. Sermons prepared for the ears never get beyond them. No man ever creatod anythlng tor than hlmself. Tho Ix>rd will not Hft the man who does not try to rise. One day's charity ls a poor balance for slx days' rob! There ls no solution of any soclal problcm without sympathy. have and you wlil have all you can use. Tho mflaOBOe of your llfe dopenda on the aftluonce of your heart. Folks need what Is ln your heart more than what la ln your hand. Th< man of all ls the one who affe<?? >or. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. A man can Bjeasrally think he en Joys life somehow unless he gets too respec table. Th- > for aaraata to traln their children ia to hiro else to do lt. Tho Mnc about prosperlty Is ev. ?,, 11 ve up to lt and a ! A I. fluffy clotl halrs Th<- ob ls r hus band a!l I ferent he ia f A WOMAN'S REASON. A woman is wise at Brst but a fool on r. : .: dt. And the ?jUfcl \ aon. All tho reasonlngs of man are not worth one aentlruent of woman. taire. A woman too often rcasons from her heart, henoe, two-tbirds of hr>r mlstakes and her troubles.~ Balarer baa. What she will she will, you may ! on't; and what ahe won't she there's an end on't?Old Song g Everthing! Everthing!% i-FURNITURE-1 | FlOOR COVERINGS-Kr! iSYDNOR&HUNDUY.lNC.i fa ka-aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa S? i Leaders. 1 A 709 7ii 713 EAST BROAD STREET. J5 *>a*aV.>3>^.>:>.>i>:^.^^ ?be people's TRcstaurant, - 750 North 3rd St., Rfciimcmd, Va MEALS at All Hours?Hot or CoR Board by Day, Week or Month. SOFT DRINKS. POLITB ATTENTION. .GIVE ME A CALL Mtme. SYLVIA L. BOTTCHM-L, Proprietress. - an aaBBjaaaaBBBjaj OF RICHMOND, VA. No. 5U North Thtrd Street C i PITAL $25000. Money recelred on dapoatt and lr ,id on all amounts above 11.00 which remalaa SO days and ovor. Moaey loan on Satisfactory Security. Busim Accounts Handled Promptly. \motints of ten eeata and BBB B Donoslts This establlshment ls fitted up in the most im .tyle having a large white vault, burglar-proor rtc 1)KnU, and every n.olorn convonionre for safoty and th? modation or the pubhe. ror all Information concerning Btocks. Deposlts lx>ans. etc. apply to the Cushler. ??????. Banklag Hoara n arraagad for the apeotaJ convenlence of the working people aa follows: 9 A. M. to 4 P M f^atur days. 9 A. M. to 3 p. M. We close Saturdays at 3 P. M. and open agaln at 5 F. M.. re malnlng open untli 7 l?. M LL BY AS YOl ; FROM WORK. =5=21 FFICERfl \M? BOAKD OF DIRBOTORS. JOHN Mlinill.l. .?;.. ,.?.... ?. F. JONATHAN. Vhe-ITea THOMAS 11. WYATT, ra.shier. UV.\ W. F IXO K CHILES, THOS. H WYATT B, R. JEFFERSON. H. F. JONATHAN. Ti SMITH ' D. J. CHAVKR8, JNO. T. TAYI.OH. R. W WH1T1NO J. J. CARTBR J? JtL, Pres. THOS M CRUMP, _'_ - -?- -; - . .. ?, (? ? BBaBBBBBBaaBB*] 'Phone. 577 bbbb ^-'r'r^Rm-yfi'vw.i bbjbjj bjbbbbj Richmond, Va A. D. PRICE, Funeral Direetor, Cmbalmer and Livcryman. All orders promptly fllled nt short notlc hv telegrapb ( ,,a,,s for meetlngs and nico entertalni Pleaty of room with all ! or tel tuenta. con\ l >r hlre al nothing BOp constantly on hand eral suil but flrst flne fun-. No. 2t2 East Leli>h Street. (Itesidcnce Xext I>o??r.) OPF.X AIL 1?\Y \\l? NK.HT._Man on Duty All Nigl.t. BbI BBaBaBaBaBal BBBBBBaaBBaM*M HAIR GROWER & ESTORER ^TKUKllj M \ K k R Tbe J. V. Hawkin's^ > bo n fortu* aaaay of the onfortunates. are Bo-dLay deliffhted with lta derfal resalts. The ?aertta of thia invir pnparrition natnrally - lt :n ;i apBari all of LtB vii, aud the g!own:g lllIBB n apeak of it rw - of 'm aatihfactory ro ? i well BQBSt Of i? -? thr..ughout tiiin au.i othei State* and also ei tno oomiaiinrtalbuai of tlu- very ..Md ooaotad Baaala la uunity. [aaj , ?t *'?.,.. . ;?fa of .1. V. Hawkn.-* H;ur QtOWet au I ReaOorer W?t romttmeto time prcdoc* in print the photogrnpha of th.vae givnur ns ,>ermi?.sioii to do av who ?BBr-have uaed onr ; n and are to-rlai ""??*? uo,ny beariiig v?ui,rM of its genniOS qualitu-a Wa <lo BO* d?*',reT?JT > f thoHeexpectingamiracleoranythmg unreasonal.!.? Our prepa i? a raturalard purcrotupound, the ingredienrsof which we woul l not ijesitat. to put la Brtai Wa erill laat aara ramlnd the pnblic that the Oaiied reroment haa placed national i.ateiit righta on car hnir pnpunui whl h " u **?<? wa are in turn reaponaibie to the goveriumiit for hou sst metnoda an Vahng*. II wMjaosatlTely reraoaa Dandruff, 'Oure Scalp of all impuritiea, Roatore "*"__'" 01,"ai1 Twi -Uxld l**ada. where th* root* are not dead *iW Paicaa;--!* osa i*<r box; e g<>t hoi. vjireaa pr ; The Face btuuuh.r i; skea th**us*e of pjwdor eutirelv Ui and ia perf. <tlv hartn leffl Bal. prlcoi r* and $1.00. Money oaa be aeot by I * M?ney r Bxpreea Moaea Order ?AV~\ charge ?f Pkts. cxtra i? liuposed en ail out of BKJ order>?.'^fBra Addrt ?a all commnnications to Mmc. J. V. HAWKINS, 6J2 NORTH FIRST ST.. RICHMOND, VA ^^^"??^ Telcphone. 460i. ??? Correspondence Strictly Confidential.*=SI)r I W. I. JOHNSON. jfuneral IDivcctor anb Embalmcr, Office & Warerooms, 207 N. Foushee St. Cor. Broad. HACKS FOR HIRE. Orders by Teleplume or Telegrapb filled. Weddings, t^uppers and Kiitcrtaiiniiciits promptly attended. Telephon?, 666. ^.:-^^'>:^^:^^:-;..r..-- ? BaaaaBaBaaaaa Residence in Building. PROF. I) D. BlirCE. M. D-. Strange. Wonderful. but True are the awe stricken tests given by The Great Australlan Medium. PatOT. D. 1? liltt Caa, M. D. the only Llvlng Apostle of Sclence of the Myateries. S5000 in Uo?d to any one ln tha ? to eoanpate wrt'.i hiin. sesarng mere power than any four medluma comblned. No card. trance or hand humbug Greatest Hlndoo Medium la tbe World. SO ORRAT Ol HIS POWER that aa caa tell yeu whlle in a Clalrvoy ant state, all you wish to know wltb out a word being apoken. Come. all ye unbellevcra, acoffera and Jeer ara; brlng all your akeptlclsm wltb you?he will opea your eyes to tbe prlvate ehamber myatery- Come all ye brokea bearted wlvaa, all with low aplrita and let hi.a 11ft tba bur dan from yoar acblng aad Jealoua beart. Ha eballenge* tbe World to oompete wltb him la caualag a apeed y marriage wltb tha one yoa love; aniltag tba aeparated aad brlng back the lost one. Tracea lost or stolen goods. Uneartns hldden treasuree. Removes evll Influenccs Crosses, Spella, 111 Luck. cures trtcks and Coajuratlona. glves Luck ann Success ?n all you undertake. Cures the Tobacco and Llquor Hablts. Al lows the Captlve to be aet Free. He ls the only one that will give a Wrltten Guarantee to complete your buslneas or refund your money Are you alck? Do you know what the trouble ls with you? Come and CaBBaBla Nature'a Doctor. Rheumatlam, Inaomnla. Hyaterla and all Dlseasee cured. Pointa glv en on Horaa Raclng and all Games of Chanca. No matter what alla you. come and aee thla wonderful man. Read er have you notlced that aome peo? ple have a hard tlme to get along, no matter how they toll. whlle otb era bave euccess. Many wealttr men and women owe their auceess to thla wonderful man. He will tell you whom vou will marry. Will you be happy T He will tell you whe your frlenda aad enemlee are. Can you tall? DobI take a leap ln a dark, but ba ad vlaed by thla wonderful man. Great - est Prophot la axlstence. Ha alwaya Sueceeda when others fall. Thla ls tho chance of a llfe tlme. Don't let lt paaa yoa. Ofaea hours: 6 A. M. to 6:36 P. M. Sunday: 6:60 te 7:30 P. M. N. B.?Our consaltattoa Fee la 10 cents. Stttings. 61 0S. All rat ters oentalniag 61 00 will be aaawsr ed ln falL BtAI.v OJ 616663: 664 8. Stb St.. Pblsadelaada. Pa.