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DUGKS ID MULE ISE OF FEUD CONRADS AND G?CSSMANS KEEP ST. LOUIS JUDGE BUSY BY DISPUTES. SPITE FENCE IS ALSO IN IT Fowl? Get M.xed and Each Accus?es the Other of Unfairness?War? Between Them Break Out Periodically. St Louie.?A le?h?*r name Is not ?Viande? a ducks of ??ek cotjv ? :s be twrcn the Lsovsea nf Ja ?5mao and Fran. The war b .?? out icaily a:. ? in a law? suit 1 the no of their ?Salty have remained ?art: anned lnt?i . -cation. Mirth Rirhland ag each other on o\ ? tho > avem. where tbe* ? vacant. The (?rossmans live on the eaat aide of the street and claim that part front of ? ! .?* branche? away from Ki> is a small triangula: ?rround cl.t ads. Kirh land ert^k runs through the yards of 'amules swam tl of tl.? The duck D ?ing ducks that did '? ? plant front of his house v? ? - ' -sman was ft: nrads < th?* ? and ahot: of the ? from ? Mrs. Conrad Was Whipped by Mrs. Grossman. struct their view except as to the Grossman house. Tb? ra the Grossman house was more obstructed In the meantime the ducks continued getting mixed up, and more lawsuits followed. After the ducks had occupied the ?enter of the *:.i?.??? for semel al years the ? The mu!? *.?:. i ?red from the Con? rad preti.: . when ahe saw tender peach blossom huds ou the trees in front of the Grossman home. Th*? mu!?? I id* of the tree, and Mr.-- Gl drove her Into th?? lot al :ter house, .-??turned homo he order???! the ? until damages were forthcoming fron. rad. The Conrad- tor a writ of re? plevin against M: ;in for de taining tin- ? Mrs. Grossmen ?> court that It was her husOand who was detaining the mul**. Tii?? Ja Ige ?!??? Ided the Con? rads would have t?i pay the costs of the suit. fjorne of the <'?p>: ?snian ducks swam Into the ?"mirad premises, and Mrs. Grossman s**nt her son Victor to shoo them home. 1 ads would not allow Victor on the premises, and he ?iad to walk around a block to And ? place where he could shoo from While he was shooing Christ Conrad, ?clon of the Conrad house, said things to Victor which caused the latter to sjwear out a warrant against tbe latter for disturbing the peace. Christ pleaded guilty to that charge and paid his fine. He had Victor arrested for using vicious language. That case win be tried in Justice McCulloch's court. GIRL PUPIL PUNCHES HOSE OF KER TEACHER INSTRUCTOR TRYING TO COR? RECT YOUNG NEGRESS RE? CEIVES SEVERE BEATING. s?The negro school at Mis? souri Point, across from Al? ton. 11 ber announced that she was going to whip Anna Hart. one of the p f?al She tried it. but Anna whipped her. Th? result is the closing of the pchtx?l by order of th?? dir? ctors. Th? schfx>l was on its last legs, anyhow, the attendance being below the min? imum required by law. and the di Teetors did not see how it could continue in operation after a scholar had punched the nose of the teacher, Mary E. Roberta. Anna is a comely young negre??. and was one of the oldest pupils in the school. She had a penchant for ' Anna Landed on the Teacher's Cheek. eating apples and wh.? 'tiring atudy and recitation Moral suasion fail??d to savi the teacher annoi; the rod All the pupils sst up and took not: As Anna walked forward to ret the promised whipping a ter* late, tan and ! 1 her. The teacher lifted her switch and? Anna land?>d on the tea? ch?-ek. Anna landed again, and again, and again, and the teacher went ' Anna ! in heating a tati ?he : ?1 face until the pupils int??rfered and a-?^ lay. Th.? directors ? ? waa or?J en GIRL ACQUITTED OF 'BATHING." Judge Decides She Did Not Shock Her Neighbors. Alton. Ill?i a bal Th?? er Al th?< i ? .!'.? U? Mr. li?-rr?n ? during ! and saw a "narr Her? ? ing the near b] at tl I ' who Is ? old, decla horrid Stai ". anything in ? Th?? ly annian. a va'? v>w. Aft? that tho alleg?- : tidow bathing took !n the c??: and tha' Mrs H?rrin ca!!?>?1 h**r hus? band to view th?? si?iht ?rged the fair and blushing defendant. AUTO BREAKS INTO A HOUSE. Hita Cow, and. Veering, Jams Into th? Parlor of s Jersey Farmer. Trenton, N. J.?While returning from Spring lake to Trenton a heavy touring car owned by Karl <?. Roebling crashed into the farm house ?>f W. J Chlnnlck and wrecked several pieces of furniture in the parlor. The oc ? the car were Mr. and Mrs Karl O, Roebling. Mlas Emily R???-bling and the driver, John Roupp. The lat? ter was the only one injured. He was cut over the eye. The accident was due to a combina? tion of circumstances. About a hun? dred feot from th? Chlnnick farmhouse th?i party encountered a herd of cows being driven to a slaughter house. The driver turned aside for one animal and found another directly in the path ?if the fast going car. The second cow was struck, and the compact turned th? steering gear and headed the car directiy for the house. it passed through a thick hedge between two oak trees and didn't stop until tbe front part had been jammed into the parlor of the bouse. The party was driven to this city, and it took a force of men and two automobiles several hours to drag the car out of the house. It was badly damaged. Two Givers. Bridget?Please, mum, I'd like twenty-foive cents to take to church, mum. Mrs. De Kashion?Certainly. Rut? let me see?the smallest I have is 50 cents. Can you get change? "Yls, mum." "Well, bring me back two tens and a five. I'm going to church myself this evening."?N. Y. Weekly. Weak Man Receipt Free. Any man who suffers wltb nervous debility, loss of natural power, weak back, falling memory or deficient manhood, brought on by excesses. dissipation, unnatural drains or the follies of youth, may surs himself ?' home wia a simple prescrtptio? that I will gladly send free, in a plain sealed envelope, to any man who will write for it. A. E. Robinson, Luck Building, Detroit. Michigan. ATHLETICS. ?ur sthletlc club." said the si li he and the prominent cinz?* In front of a splendid ng "It certainty le a fine place. Are rou a member?" I would Itke to show you through 11 | ?. bad <h ? barbershop We will now rass through to the swim SXCt*ln?s4 the ? ? into the l> was then ?neh *he Turkish bath vy went to ;"is-?ed on :i and the howling ? that i kl into ?llntns; tonal, then ' ' e?"cti<>n; hrv had ? ??lew of ?he main din ind th'T t aqgod f? .iry ali these departments w?r? full of ; eoi '. was greatly ' rinali? ? ?9 li*ok into the gytn "Al sor replied. ? so fin* ? ? great to > an athlotlc club of th's ??njoy seeing ??U, weil it? ? ? 't-blng imar? ? .?-? mnasluai Is empty. Ate the members to use it at this urne -" Opes all the time, but Off dancsM and at wbw . ??idly . Dg in hay ? Cause and E' i no ? ly gentleman of a little girl, whose ? er at bright, sweet face win :?n see ? ? " she ;il Magsr PHILANTHROPY UPTO DATE. The Man?When Mr. Carey died he left all he bad to tbe orphan asylum. Tbe Clergyman?Indeed? That was nie? of him. What did he leave? The Man?His 12 children. Mary's Wink. Mary had a little wink ? And ? - al Mary went You bet th?j wtnk went, too. SQUARiNG MATTERS. Mr. Soopem Hag there ever been any Insanity in your family. John? Walter On?? of nay brothers was sort of weak minded Us'l th? one that took out a policy in your com? pany.?Chicago News. No Rest for Cad. The furnau-e Are will soon so out. But Dud won't get rep<.?>e. For every night when he gets home He'll have to use the i> i?-.?roit Kr?? Pree ? Revelation. Tin: hook or sevkn skals by LUCINDA YOUNG, Who In the year of J.890 laid on her bed twenty-four days and s\W DREAMS AND USIONS. was commanded by God to write the wonders she saw into a book. This book tells also about A SEVEN YEAR'S FAMINE. that is to come. It Is sold nt $1.00. Terms In advance. Address all communications to MUS LUCINDA YOUNO. Lnmbertville, N. J. SPECIAL. RATES TO AGENTS. National A*sociati?>n of Teacher?. The National Association of Teacb ere In eolore?d schools will meet in I?ulsvillr. Ky., June 24. 25. 26. '08. Mr. J K. K. Lee, Director Academic ?Department, Tuskegee, Als. is s>reei tjent. gliHi.OO i:nd??vMii? nt Paid. utralia, \ 1908. This is ?.? that I hnv sellor of the Grand nla. Or?! . *ntbtj ? ??lith-elaim of G ? a mern her ! rk larj. ?'? Rose. $I.*i4i.imi Kn?l?um?nt Pani. 26, '08. This if? Jr. <*rand I ratrix. 9100 00 I ii.l rrm.nt Padri. ? I ?-s in $10 doorOM ut l'ubi. H This is - ? and of I Pollj X rk u? nedclary. R C, ? H C. D. D G C ?S I.'?O.tut I ,,.? aas ,,?.,,? |'.,?,i. M : . This is to ?- ...? ] )iave re_ i from John Mitchell .Jr : Chancellor of tbe Grand Lodge of \ Knights of Pytb ftftaafnef ?? A. if !.. 0.00) On.? Hundred and Fifty Dolare i,. nt of (n? d claim of Sir \. on B. Tyler W,M a ??': ' i-odge, No. 53, of ( t. s,*: ?ginia Tyler Witn, li.n.-?, iary. AithiMis \\ jod. Pblllp ? i'.dward. la ? Bro 9150.0O Endowment Paid. ralla. Va, April 29. 1908. This is to certify that I have re i from John Mitch.1! Jr Grand Chancellor of the Grand Lodge of Virginia Knights of Pyth Jft "? fr? 8 ?.. ?.. ?.. A. and ?. (?150.00) One Hundred and Fifty Dollars in payment of the death claim of Sir Richard Brown, who was a member of Klngaiand Lodge, No. 12 6. of Centralia. Va. Signed?Jennie Brown, Beneuclary. John Bromley, C. C Colly Burton, K. of r! and 8. Richard West. "William White, D. D. O. C. ?Subscribe to The PLANET. Only $1.60 per year in advance. It is the leading Negro weekly In the State. KNK.HT8 OF PITTHIAS. The f?raiad Lodge S?calos. Tbe Grand Lodge of Virginia. Ms of Pythlss, ?. ?.. 8. ?.. B..! A . A and A. will met Tuesdsy, Msy 19th. 1908 st 9 A. Si. at the High Str?^t Baptist Church, Danville, Va. and remain In session thres days. The public meeting will be held on Tuesday night and the parade will be on Wednesday. The bsnquet will be on Wednesdsy night. Arrangements have been made for the encampment for the Uniform ? Rank and a most inviting stretch of, ground has been obtained for this j purpose. Mr. George W. Rlson, chairman of the local committee was I In ttie city this week and stated that all arrangements sre well under wsy snd will be completed in ample ?ses. The Mayor of Danville will wel? come the visitors. Board and lodg? ing will be furnished at $1.00 per day. The Grand Court will meet at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. Ose of the most spectacular features of the affair will be the parade of tbe Knights of Kborassan on Wednes? day night with torches. Many can? didates will be Initiated. A large attendance is expected. to The Richmond i'T. $1.5? pot year. G?? THE LAIUKK. ihtBg I.ntlrrly New ?a??? < ??mpleaioa Oe Non-greasy and disappearing. This delightful cosmetic lsstastly whlteaa and improves the complexion without injury to tbe skin. Full Blas packagi?, 2 5 cents postpaid. Lo? cal lady agents wanted. Libera) terms. Lb? STRA-KO the wonderful liquid hair dreeettiB? No hot Irons requir? ent? ?outpatd. THE BI RTON TOILET GOODS CO., h, Michigan. Inijx.rijaiit Notice! Msdsms E. L? Monszaro. the won? derful medicine manufacturer and Tooth Extractor has on sale at her ? ?? Monzaro's Blood Purifier and Stomach Bitters. Monsaaro's Liniment. ??xaro's Cough Syrup. BBBaVro's Hair Tonic Monszaro's Skin Food Monazaro's Tooth Powders. Monszaio's Triple Extract of White Uose. A Word to the Mother??The Mad. ' aras makes s specialty of beautify-! dig the children's teeth; Regulating them and taking out tushes. OFFICE?18 E. Leigh Srreet. YOUR FORTUNE TOLD ~l ??G"? I ?*"!? Bead Two?* -*? ??UV .1 ? G Stami? with date and I will aeml you a descrip* your life from Cradle t<> the (?rave. All matters of business, love, marriage an?! health, plainly tolti by the greatest As? trologer. Patrons astonished an?l satis DR. PF.RRV, Arch St., 21531? Philadelphia, Pa. FORD'S I HAIR POMADE Formerly known aa ??0Z0WZED OX snUBBOW" TKToTCtJRi.r ? HAIR stia? 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