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^\\\ ???\. H I ? I. ERAID \? La .. MOST PCPL LAR T' CF THE M Vcgue of Many Years A?_jo Has Been Restored to Favor ? How Its Freshness May Be Maintained. I ? ' ? ? : fairly I ? ' she can secur? Narrow and Wide B-ad fcr Outlining Jacket and S?;rt of Frenen flovelty CI?M ? ? ? BBsbwbbbbsbbBbbsbbsbbw ! ' : ? Ing a . fi? >u n> ? ? and : ? ? ' ri in I Tin ? smaii? ha\?- |?a .1 I . a Miiali Greek be wall of ! _;.h of . l?e similarly braid Ba ?BaawasI _tfd? ?; . )U Ui,e nn 1:. crossing j . then tria lata *_?? bnttoaa mad? b and cries < . With the In 7ZHR Gee, don't I wish the Foirrth wuz For I c'n hardly wait Until the days jest catch up with That blame red-figgcr date. I ?ot a lot o* fire-works. Oh. morc'n you could thin A bul.yiyannon made of br makes you blin Ine minute thai I tei 7 Bout four Vclock tr s-\ /?^V Y?u bet I'll hirs?o in ^vAn' ?rab my h?.\ |n go kjtin* out behind the bam v An' lnjht my punk won't ?hear notliin* ??\iuch : * that huit da\ ? tnsi \ To, 'ivhat'lj hap. ;.en It "get* rik-ht dark. You jest be *' L ? ou'll see some join's, cfien. NX c'.f -break in *$i the blacksmith ' ?pa ijci i out ^ th< ????? An siioot them ,tt around Then there'll b c e town : <?n't doubt. Cv m? Afore carvh hoi *\\ set ? W pour the r^owiJer in, ither^ - ; on tit ,v?cn _es| >ou .e din! r?m. ^oine folk**]i comi ?-niorJrT ourx >V:^' row; ?n' shout;: . get al I M Oh. gee? I wish the Fourth was here: But Ma s ierey me! Why you're so oet on gettin' -^burni An' blisters, I can't see.1 But shucks! who cares for things 1 A boy's ma never learns As how he has jest loads o' fun ^^J A-gettin' all those burns! ^?-? esssssa>ts?>esa>a>sa>essesta>ses s * I On the Glorious * * Fourth * a> ? ? ? ? ? - -^rrr= * By MALO WALKER * aanaaaaanaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan WITH - - An?: Th' He fall in I han?! That ; He avant- I Thouch 11 ? Then to th? He And U- ? Alan Tl.?? 8pr? I a irreal rvhii?? And a . In r. - ? all I he firln ?ml : : - e. ibtfi ? e*?>? THE ONE DAY. It wll! ' ' Tho ' AN EXPLANATION. "Why is Fourth of July anyhow, W h y - t you s? ? ? Christopher Columbus or Gt*orge Washluj?Mn dls ad it in 14'??2, an' so we d<>ii t bave do aoliKil on that day!" To Our Girl Readers. Girls, you cannot all f, you caanot all be ? n all live W.-II of a weil lived liftt pal?? i: ?-ry ?<irl can be an artist in her lif??. at,?l every airi can be * ajenian in bat dally doings. and if eh?? tries to live up I of perfection, ? win be hers In s. . . ? Hume N..f.?, Ikni?bte of Hab?as, ?. ?.. S. A , ?. ?., ?. AND ?. This organization is one of the most powerful in tlie country and it propre >eeu phenonainal. The Grand Lodge of Virginia has juri> diction over all of the cities and couuties in this state. Thirty male are required to oigani/.e a new lodge. The benefits p.iid constitute of its strongest features, but the principles are greater than anything else. Founded on Friendship, based on Charity and established on B?. nevoleuce, the respectable, upright people of the state will find it an orde* \v??rthy of their hearties rt. It ; lowmeut and burial benefit of of $200.00 for all ages. l? pa ?> per week sick dues. The badge costing 75 cents each is th? itely necessary regalia Poi nation eoneerning the organzaition of lodg apply at the main office. I be Courts of Calanthe Is? the female Department of the Order. It requires a membership thirty pers ?ns ni/e a court. Its niemoers are pledged to exhibit Fideiii?. rniouy and prove Love ?me for the other. It p.t an 1 nd burial benefit of O. It pays $3 00 por week sick dues. The only ?. for regalia is ;t of the badge, 50 ceuts and a rosette, costing 2s cents for funeral occasions. THE BANDS OF CALANTHE r Children's D lent also con? stitutes a f? ter the little ones into this mystu circle. The expense is ? ? ? ill that eoa; 1 1. It pays fron x3 to $1 If you have ? ?Pythi 1: 'lie. :i concerni' Children's D?pariaient add: Mrs. Anna Taylor, \V. M., 120 W. Hill St., Richmond, Va. >r all information concerning w.es of JOHN MITCHELL, JR., membership in the lodges and courts, address jli N, 4th St., Richmond, ElNESS MEN FAIL. - ' ? ? _________________________^___^|iSwBBWBSBWal ' BSBBaaSBBSBBSBBBSBBSBBSBBBSBC? ' ? iaSBBBSBSBSBSBBBSBSBSBSBSBBSBSBSa ?'S CF WISDOM. Th?? n? s?. I It . : say Nt ork . .;?<1 II ..ff ' J ??? r. ?an?) a part ai '??r tbeit comfort I>1d ? - DO YO'J KNOW THAT: A lr. atai ith in s day ? j ? I The ?rrat Gizzard is the heaviest bird tha' I ? ith FLASnES OF WISDOM. ? ' ? . A BLASTED HOPE. Horace? 1 cannot help telling pan ? on. Can you not bold OUT ,111V I., Phoeb?> iw?'arlly)?I did hold out one hope, but that s g? tee?What was it* I? ? wouldn't mention this ? How She Did It. A ynuns ? as ; Then i Knew What Waa Coming. ilfj hla wife, aalds" for dinner t? "\S hi? h. I int?'rr the old < nut ab.-ut nati-is a thing to ? ? truth of his au: An Impoaition. On ?Art gallery)?Vou a at tbe ansar, ? sir. Mr Greene?Le.?. ???????? here? Young asSVB, I'd think, heln' as you're hired by a art gallery, y?m might have more sense about art. If I don't ha?? brat* how m I fin' to j?tint <?ut th. etura to my darters" ? \ W ekly. Tv. ?al Ules. Or Docked. wbln If the Fact?. Were Known. .oes. sRDIN rINC Rates keaMUuablc. All the Comfort, ?? a? of li?me at ?t Order? reoelTed by letter or telegrap: ait-s IKK?k? iniui ? ?. .Pk.iaTM.BSe. Kl.h.ii?.n<. \a BLACKWELL & BRO. ? ?\'| ?? G?1 I.K \l?l\<? PAIS ? l'riv O? ft?l ?asvann ?ami rtlajn l*?lBterr (?raining and Oeoeravl <'ontra?c~ tors. .I I ... ?/?rttcrs or ? u.?? s trial. T.iu will ? . \.|.?r.^-. H?H ?at. stasta, BBsTBBta? Kl? HMOVI? t ?. 'Phone G* -?S hwmgt. Furnished Rooms, 50c. up. Meals, 50c. up. TH W.?LH. KS HOTEL akdm?n -fu b?th Kaust AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN Phone, 245. Has opened its doors for the accommodation of COLORED PEOPLE that may come to Mt. Clem ens in the future for their Health and Treatment on Rheumatism It is the only Hotel and Mineral Bath House own? ed and conducted by a colored man at any of the health resorts in the Un? ited States. _(___SJt*Wrii?r? t??r Spfcial Rates. *^_bT_B4 ? 1 Hl'TCHINMiN ! hop. af. Wattt St., - Mt CfaattBa, bfich. KttaMiBhed IBtH?. 'Phoae 41BO JOHN FOXEL, Dealer In Oeoeral Line of FANCY AND ffTAPIaS OIUHTJKIKM, NOTIONS, ?- ???? ? ? ???. | l (?ARA. TOBAOOO. ??, WOOD, OOAL. ?t?. 11 8 4TH 8T.. RICHMOND. VA. MRS. JO^IE A. GRAHAM Virginia's Most Success? ful Hair Culturist. .. PARLORS_ 106 E. Leigh St., - Rfcamoad. 'Phone, lojaj. l'rivst? Purl?*K*s, C'oniidentisi lattar-. Ti?*we und Oorr?ne?pon4le??nc?. The Isrgest sud most up-to-date Hair Dressing Parlors in Ricnuiond The very b?est preparations tbst cas be made for the balr. scalp, fees aud ettm. Oraham'a Superior Scalp Pood for <rt)v-isg hair on bald heads and bare teenplea, yer jar. 0? IsVnta, Oraham'a Superior Orange Flower Skin Fo * for developing and bejiutl fvitiK tbe skin, 25cts a jar. By mall 3 5cts GrafcasTa Superior Velret Liquid Powder for Kiviue tbe face a beau? tiful fair ?olor. L'6 cents a bottle. Hy msil 3.">cts. Graham's Vegetable Hair Dye the beet on market giving a rich natural color, $1 00 per bottle By mall. Mrs. Qraham makes a specialty of ?cing ai?' BeaaUfying ladles faces for naruee aud public anther inga. 3? cents. Mrs Graham shampoos the head and puts It in a healthy condition. r:ts. All Indies who attend partie** and other 8o?:Ial gatherings should bare their fluKor nails manicured and made bea?,tifili. 2h co, Mre. Oraham'a prt*paratIons sell at eight. Ladf?M living In other ci? ties and towns can make good mon ey hy <*elllng these preparations. Write for terms to Mrs. J. A. Ora? r?an*. No. 108 E. Leigh St.. Rl mond, Va. SCHOOL SHOES. Capitol Shoe & Supply Company. No. 210 East Broad Street. A complete stock of Boys. Misses,' Men's, Ladies.' 8t Children's Shoes. ALL THE LATEST STYLES. H aP Jonathan FISH, OYSTERS AND PRODUCE. ? ?*) ?. I7TH ST.. mCH.KiMl. Vaa. ALL ORI'EK. WILia RKCEIVn i'K?Mi'T ATTENTI? Ivoire L?M-tU??? 'l'Inni? STRAUS' SPECIAL Old Yacht Club. PURE WHISKEY Will SatlM'y Itasj l*?\?-r of tin? righi aim of vt ?hiulitnt. 8|?? iul ? rite?. We hart? ?ill grn?!?-?. t?f g?Mnl li?|ii??r?, ?ligan? and Tobare??, ?'all and see ua. ISj-VAC STRAUS St CO., 422 E. Broad St., Richmond, Virginia. S. W. ROBINSON. NO. 23 NORTH 18TH ST. 1>KAI,KK IN FINE WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS, Sec. ajajr All Stock Sold as auaienteed.-fjau PROMPT ATTENTION Your patronage is reapectiully solicit?! GEORGE O. BROWN, PriOTOGRAl'HHR. ???. V Unti St., Kulimond, ??*. inn?5Plii>t.>ifraprui Trot? io i.if?* H'.K-h??!??? Ijitiait Iinpr ivruj.mUln Pn.itoarrap k? Oat-d'fir ?? - at ? U ma tdruat?**? anil frituipt 1*41 rt?M ?*1<*?.a?????? ttr.'.axs; Ml fro?! ?)i?l tn-tvaU.???? at i'botoa;rapian J-tas .. n a- ? ? THE ECONOMY, 303?5 North Third St TAILORING CLEANING, I/YEING ANI RETAI ? CHITMAN M. WHITE, G??G??????. _ _r ? A. Hayes OFFICE AMD WARB-sOOMS, 727 North Second Street ?, RK.SIDENCE, 7*.$?_^?4 St. Firet-c.sss Hack*? cH^tajhBJtta of all descriptions. 1 hneaT ~n*JS?ga room for bodlse when ??> ???t??t Bars not a suitable plane. A* ee-un try orders are adren aaeeaal aaneo tion. Your ap-s-clal BsUeuaten Is ?sett ?M u> the aew aajfCe Os* ?l?nn*eta. OaM and aee me and rea anali be w?tend on luejs^idunfls*. 'Faroe, 1771.