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GUIDE FOR DRAG SAWS. t)ne Man Only Required to Operate It lr?te.-id of Two. I ? > the Sja. ? to wl cured a hat the ei WHERE THE FARMER WINS. No Mistake Msds When He Givee Lots of F.Dom to Her?. est I ? care - the j I ? Ing a for tl - ajanrt? ? ? r farm I as tr the amali l fruit have HOW TO TAN SHEEP SKINS. Method of Hand?r-g Them So a? to Fit Them for Home Use. Th. this teeth ? ?any farn.? nlng " ? - sntrfae? ? I. As ' Add the : fourth water. W with d id the Usd let and wash, w - until skin is soft .. Grading Seed Oats. Agriciiltm ? teats on ? mer of 1 with a ' ^-flrst 'third. jrrsde was la t,ie second r while the third grad.? Of land I per acre. The firs'. | ' raged f.8.5 bushels | inore than the other two grades. Leaf Sr A lady reade- wants to know how to overcome b af snot al ? ::i-ease tases bes s hold in the ? ?anta The trouble cajinot be corrected, and rsrsly can it be ever arrested. Spray done as a means of pr?? the plants or have bloonied. Time spent In applt ? of remedies now is usually time wasted. GROW TREES. Profit by Watching Waste Places en the Farm. Many poor ? waste spots on the farm, would b ofitable if planted with the rlnht Orest trees, and cared for in the right way. Trees will often grow ?There grain crass will not. Swan 8, exhausted fields, and washed ;:ed There is mency In most of them if they are set to woik producing woodlots and forest. But knowledge and Jud are t and a bad guess may ' ?*?? do well In their soils? bearing t: The farmer is land has ? are fairly profitai s. and ex I ? un r some ? poll mus: be . ? I rea. and c ? m at w on all his land, and him - Is In ? ?? has ale?? .e air a tant of plant ? and alfal? fa, d land ' TRIPO: iRK DERRICK. With It Lots of Hard Labor Is Easily Avoided. hown Tripod Derrick for Hay Fork. together :.' Banner In d at A and ? deed with a team fastening a nd of the all ?p out be B the op aide which ha\ ! in holes. Draw steadily :.eight of sta li?les. FARM HINTS. A w lawn reflecta the good taste and nature of the o* : An oum line fence Is better than a lawsuit. The horse Is man's beet friend, S of a friend's treat t: Ik.n't fortr.-t that the barnyard ma? nure is the best all-around fertilizer ? la. Pasture m;i hog feed on the farm, and ci s the act as a padlock on your it in all the kind? ness and happit.? The animal that has a fall, bright ? .d a moist is another indication of health. r should have a pair of scales. It le th?? only way for the farmer to ebere he stands in his buying an Talr lousewife all the undertakings of the farin will 1 0 to offer. Don't borrow too mu? h. It is more astisi traetf and your I of your own. ?Indiana Far: Saved His Horse. ? ? ing to de artery , by a mix , flour ? of muslin I ; pints of tin n for aer? erai I X. te. It- merit as the i: la the world is the high??:! ?EFLECTIONS OF UNCLE EZRA. I Is it a manicurist 1- always a woman? the other at th I and. I 1 a poker ? - lers. I way ? than . ?i our I ' ? ' ;c. ? ? ? ? It's a 111 r, but than If ? It l? MUSINGS OF A BACHELOR. In t ';rl be she ? . In a : world r that row more light on the w hat ? find ' It by It. \Vh?? and on the dooi of I? before yo?. belle a ring. re Is only one man to whom worm-: 1er than to t??? she hates - that is the man whom sha . CURBSTONE PHILOSOPHY. It i- hit a lion than a hare. A bird in the hand worms. An Iron will needs analyzing. It may be pig-iron. liinoor had to be cut and polls. ? 1er th?-rns.?ves the salt of the earth. Take ca? ;.ies and some? body el.-.e will ,:e of the dol? lars. No man was ever truly wise. Solomon took more (ban one wife. The world Is usually willing to step aside for ? man who knows where is la going.?Success Magazine. The Main Trouble. Most people would be satisfied with the kind of a living they are makiag if other people were not living bet? ter.?Chicago Record Herald. Feathers and Birds. Fine feathers do not always make fine birds; sometimes they make ? little goose.?Dallas News. Ikni?bt? of fl^tb?ae, ?. ?., S. A , ?. ?., A. AND ?. This organization is one of the most powerful in the country and it> progress has been phenoiiiisa?. The Grand Lodge of Virginia has juris diction over all of the cities aud counties in this state. Thirty rnalei are required to organize a new lodge. The benefits paid constitute one of its strongest features, but the principles are greater than anything else. Founded on Friendship, based on Charity and established on Be nevoleuce, the respectable, upright people of the state will find it an order worthy of their heartiest support. It pays an endowment and burial benefit of of $200.00 for all ages. i\ pays $4.00 per week sick dues. The badge costing 75 cents each is the only absolutely necessary regalia. For information concerning the organzaition of lodges apply at the main office. The Courts of Calanthe Is the Female Department of the Order. It requires a memlicrsiiip of thirty pers ins to organize m court. Its meinoers are pledged to exhibit Fidelity, exercise Harmony and prove Love one for the other. It pays an endov. nd burial benefit of $150.00. It pays $3 00 per week sick dues. The only expense for regalia is the cost of the badge, 50 cents and ting 2? cents for funeral occasions. THE BANDS OF CALANTHE or Children's Department also 1 stitutes a featureaud persons cannot do better than to enter the little ones into this mystic circle. The expense is nomina] ill that could be expected. It pays from ?) to $1.50 sick dues an 1 death benefits ? to $40.00. If you have noPythian Lodge or Court or Band in your p orgruh, me. all information concerning the Children's aient address, Mr; I Taylor, W. M., \V. Hill St., Richmond, Va. For all information concerning special rates of JOHN MITCHELL, JR., membership in the lodges and?Ourts. address ui M. 4th St., Richmond, Va SAGE SAYINGS BY OSCAR. A ? ay be As.. : .IS. A h right d ? ? x* as I EPIGRAMS. day. Pol: ? ?but does not Many a Bias thinks he is a fellow who is merely a good t! Talk bat al? A lie tr.-o?!- around the world be? llying the able The man who drinks to i*et rid of trouble ^* rid of ' Th. ad is a person who says what . s with..ut thinking : | ,.- rl| - bol ? CtOOB With work All thii . to him who waits : ? ??? au tom? A srbe think ? aad is '. ? oa have it. lag to re? mind a ' Ufe, * : I or a .! Maga THROUGH ADAMS EYES. ? I thing ex? . strlwBony. A man .:d tell a secret to a dumb ? as a diabolical genius fer t... . "Va:, \ vire of fools." This Is aras unklndeet things ever said of woman. Happiness ?\ the end of the rain- | bow. Hut la th? shower that pre? cede? it som? one is sure to get soaked. ! ? all the who ? the Barfs but. In th .il ac ' ? WOMAN AND THE CYNIC. r cas ?. ? a heu Ancient Font Restored. An anci' -.ear? ago :x>uth. Irelan : ? use as a flow. ed In the church. An Oratorio of Memory. Home should be an oratorio of mem? ory, singing to all our after-life melo? dies and harmonies of old remembered Joy.?Beecher. Dreams. "How long does a dream last?" asks a university of Parila ? With politicians who never get there a life? time sometimes.?Richmond 1 Leader. When She Marks Them Down. It is only when she and her husband are alone together that a woman says her hats cost less than those which her neighbor wears. Simplicity. "Don't," advises an advocate of short words, "say numerous when you mean many." Why say many when you mean lots? Adding to Hit Ortensiveness. The man who told us so Is always doubly offensive If he comes around after the arrival of our troubles and tries to look as if he had forgotten all about it. Evanishing. Yet, the rose Is beautiful, and Time he withers It; and fair Is the violet in spring, and swiftiy it waxes old; white ? lily. It fadeth when It fa; and snow is white, and melteth after Ht bath been frozen. And the beauty ith Is fair, but lives only for a little season.?Theocritus. Mother and Daughter. A little woman child, a growing giil, is etili so much under ti'-r ? that to think or speak of the one is to think or speak of the other. And Ju^t what the mother is. Just that, at all these early stages of her life, at any rate, her daughter is.?Dr. Alexander Whyte. Truly Beautiful Life. A life need not be great to be beau? tiful. There may be as much beauty In a tiny flower as in a majestic tree, in a little gem ae in a great mountain. A beautiful life is one that fulfills ite mission?that is what God made it to be, ?uiu* does what God made it to do. ?J. R. alliier. ? a ha The Old. Old Way. you and have quarreled ll<>?. .lid that ha "In .a?. hirst, we fell in love and then we fell out."? Bah. jD. \RDINO ft LODGI katrs Reasonable. AII the Comfortt ? ? of floate a? a? Orders received by letter or telegraph MKS IHM) hl t l.i 1 I ?It it. rKitpkiiamnsa *?(!?.???.??.. Klrhnitnd, Vs BLACKWELL & BRO. ? m OF J ni \ ? \.?>?\?; rusTiiiu? Crauti, a I ltou?u> and Klarn PatnceTC. (.raining and iJvoeraJ Contrato ??re. \ : WOII ' ? G??? .... re. ' re tu? a trial, you ?till ??-t??G rwgraS It.? \.I.irei??, ?Oft 8?. I'-ter Slr.vt, HI? MM.tM? VA. 'IMione ????. -Nelson.s Hair Dressing can l?r bought at Jem ? ? I ?run raVrawnOrnjBiBnnnann^ Furnished Rooms, 50c. up. Meals, 50c. up. THE MT. CLEMENS HOTEL AND MINERAL BATH HOUSE 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. fjBF Write t?>r Special Rates.?^ I I. lirTCHINSON, 1 hop. ft Welt*. St.. - Mt Clemens, Mich. Eetnbllsbed imw? 'Phoae 4100. JOHN FOXEL, Dealer in General Line of FANCY AND STAPLE OIUM-KIUK*. NOTION? KRB8H MKAT8. CI? GARS TOBACCO, ICS, WOOD. COAL, *r. 11 8 4TH 8T RICHMOND, TA, MRS. JO SIE ?. GRAHAM Virginia's Most Success? ful Hair Culturist. PARLORS_ 108 E. Lefajh St., - K'chmond, 'Phone, 10J4. Tritate I*ar!oaS, OoniUk-ntlal later VHPW8 sad OarrespoBMlsn?c?. The largest and most ap-to-data Hair Dressing Parlors in Richmond The very beet preparations that caa be made for the hair, scalp, faca aod ekin. Graham's Superior Scalp Food for grosring; hair on bald heads and bare temples. 2 5 cts. per jar. By I, 3 fete. drshams Superior Orange Flower Skin Fo * for developing and beauti fylng the skin, ?5cts a Jar. By mall 36ct?. Graham's Superior Velvet Liquid Powder for giving the face a beau? tiful fair color, 25 eente a bottle. By mail 35cta. Graham's Vegetable Hair Dye the best on market giving a rich natural color, $1.00 per bottle. By mau, Mrs. Graham makes a specialty of massaging ari beautifying ladies face? for parues and public gather? ing*. 3? cents. Airs. Graham shampoos the head and puts it in a healthy condition. 25 cents. All ladles who attend partila .ini othrr ansia] gatherings shoul.? have their finger nails manicured snd mnde besntifu], 25 cents. Mr?. Graham's prepsrstione sell at Right. Ladles living In other cl Hea and towns can make good mon? ey by selling these preparations. Write for terms to Mrs. J. A. Gra? ham. No. 108 E. Leigh St., Rlcs mond. Va. SCHOOL SHOES, Capitol Shoe & Supply Company, No. 210 East Broad Street. A complete stock of Boys,' Misses,' Men's. Ladles,' & Children's Shoes. ALL THE LATEST STYLES. ? ? Jonathan FISH, OYSTERS AND PRODUCE. 124? V 171 H ST.. KK'HMOND. VA. ALL ORDERS WILi. REX* ?? Val l'HOUPT ATTENTION. Long Distane? 'Phone, T."K?. STRAUS' ?SPECIAL Old Yacht Club, PURE WHISKEY Will Satisfy Usa lover of the HghS kin. of ?tirtmlant. Special Bf \\ ?? have all grades of good liijuurs. ?Tigar* and T?Iuk ???>. ?UaU and sea u >.. ISAAC STRAUS ? CO., 422 E. Broad St., Richmond, Virginia. ?*?*+- '?* S. W/ ROBINSON, NO. 23 NORTH 18TH ST. DBU.LKR IN FINE WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS, Ac? aaJTAtl Stock Sold aa (lusianUed.-aat PROMPT ATTENTION. Your patronage is reepectiully solicited. GEORGE O. BROWN, PHOTOGRAPHER, ..2nd-t., KlciimuBd, Va? Fine Plj??toKr?i?!ia. True to ??G?. Hltrh-olnf MTTli'O l.*trttt IlUpTOT?n?r(llte tO PhotoCT??. 1c ()at-di>ir W?;?* ?Kwotnri. nVaeonaoU? a? tima?.? ?nd l*n>ini>t .s-rvtc... Piotar??? Bnlarj nd fr?jm Old ii?v*tiv?a or PhotograpH*. S-ms THE ECONOMY, 303-5 North Third St TAILORING CLEAN I?C, DYKING ANI REPAIRING CHITMAN M. WHITE, PROPRIETOR. A. Hayes OFFICE AND U'ARK-ROOMS, 727 North Second Street ?, BJtsiDKNCK, 7S5|L2ndSt, \ First-class Hacke ?fl Caaketa of all descriptions. I have ? ?gare room for bodlea when the famllr hare not a suitable piase. All coun? try orders are siren a pac? ad atten? tion. Tour special attention te call? ed to the new atyis Oak Caskets. Call and see me and roa ehall ha waited OB lndlTldnally. 'Phone, IT7S.