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K**sffT? IS YOUR ROAD DRAG IN USE If Not. Ce 5 That Your Roads Are ' ' ? - ? ?v Two Miles of Road Kept in Perf? ' "9 Drag. I ? ? I ? ear. any : hea\ ? . : . ?arfo? road aa ye? pur; - road d STEMLESS LOCO WEED. - putti: small Prof. L. H. Pammel of the Iowa Agri cultural College Describes the Plant. In r very abundant plani ? : ? M in tbe f.?-ht of ?>? r. with Its - to one fo ' : ufis, with :.. hard and thick plant produces :. s The root i- ; with sn ? The leaves are itlky, with iir. The flow or two ?? , loos, gen? erali??? densely flowered The flowers are large, resembling abosa of tl. tlebox or rattle*???*, ?>ft?'n an inch long, purple or even whitish. The plant belongs to the same family as ?clover and beans do I went over a OBOsOi wlier?? a man allowed hie cattle an.: o pas? ture, bnt the weed evidently did not cause him any trouble, and yet the evidence In many placea is too strong to soy that the plant re not Injurious. ?gecent investigations made fcy the flepar*ment of agriculture seem show beyond doubt tha these that the poisoning Is ouna EARLY PLOWING. It Is a Most Effective Method of De? stroying Weeds. ' are | tor in j The ' that 'a for ? - in ma? ac past I, are at ?>? as the ? the f ? ? ? as t? - ' ' thin and will lie - will root f the ? will . ? as ' GATE FOR A WIRE FENCE. How It Can Be Made Without the Use . re shows a : ? No de of the posts is ? ??? to the posts AN UNJUST DISCRIMINATION. Secretary Good Roads League Thinks Farmers Taxed Too Much. In the e.. ?ubile be? fore tbe t. .> s there was little travel an ?>? ?. ?. Gross, secretary of t!. ? toads league. It WOl of tbe "home? spun"?wl. r and exchange : ? the public roads ? .. mat? ter. starts on a Joame? any?. ? 100 to 10.000 i: a are part of a world ition. Their con !i?m a matter of state and nati..nal importance. Good : ? the fa: values, b?? -untry merchant, t!. win nd manu? facturer, of living, .?.sed prosperit> and better citi? zens. Tbe way to build good roads ia by state aid. Tax a . ?>? in the state and not as now In most I put tbe ?<? id un farm property. The roa.l.- M - ;. lb ty. At the Concert. IP- Itsl i*ry has an ad mlrable voice. She?Yes?for destroying silence.? Cbleatro L*? "a **eSJO? IN LINGERIE HATS CHARLOTTE CORDAY ONE OF THE BEST OF THE MODELS. Can Be Made of Embroidered Net or Point d'Esprit?Illustration Shows a Charming Design in the Latter. of the ? ating Ungerle hats of t: -lot'?? be made ? good In ' ' - ?? s?ees a char?? which is high, has a fu 9 net, ? ruf fl*?8 FT-? ; ? s also "? . teria; ? ;fa>. which tw " al ? irlotl Charlotte Corday Hat of Embroidered ?? linge: ' hav i ing d . Very' s. and an made will be - with ng it will ? or lace which Is slightly off bat de i ? oa n. and ham. and ? for ti'. ? * ?, but large and small bat? are equally Monograms in Use. The ? d on the ?e is It can bt 1 in a cir? cle or wr? Itials orna? it is place?! above the k cuff, about one-third the ves and at the front. This Style of waist baa either a sailor collar or Is worn with a Dutch collar. With tie is gca 1 with th* latter a soft I Slips. A word about slips to be worn under party frocks. I>o not bniy taffetas for | tills purpose. It has gone out ont ! and soft messaline or a fine grade of ? China silk is used instead under neL ! chiffon, etc For wear under or | gaudies, batiet? lawn there Is nothing better than a delicately tinted ! lawn, blue, pink, green or lavender, ac? cording to the comploxiun of the This may be trimm???! with inexp? rman val law nnd will wash and outwear the silk slip. Wearing Five Buttons. Girls have gone in for man;? neee fashions, such as the mandarin Jacket, lb? sl?3?ve, the chrys? anthemum embroidery, but the wear ing of five button? on the coat or t Jacket is a new ides, unknown to the , many. The Chinese wear these five buttoas 1 to remind them of the five moral vir? tues which were recommend??! by f-on | fuclus. These iumaniiy. Just? l ico, order, rectitude and prudence. The Black Cat Parasol. The fashion for carved and jeweled animals has not quite i The I a bright . silk parasol with ;. i.lack wood, at tbe end of which i Jet black kitten. It has huge green ?V?s _ Not Indemnifiable. The unhappy man was now seeking under tbe Employer's Ida A<-t. "My boss," he testified, "raised my wages, and I got married. No. I 1 shouldn't have got married if .In t ra aed my waxes." the ?ourt held, after hearing all the evidence, that the plaintiff had guilty of c< ntiibutory negligence, and ?he suit was dismussed.?Puck. PRACTICAL POINTS. Biseceos ? fan ?rom the In* ortgage U low. most of it babies are so ex - a long bil! NUGGETS FROM GEORGIA. Heaven is ? Bar a little child to reach likes rompa: you t feel sociable when you eee her fool in the country may look ?? ? r?r on fire ? A. Hayes OFF1CK I 727 North ?Second Street ru First-class Ha? ke Rd Caskets ot all descrlptl"- - I have ? spar? room 'be family uave not a audtabl? place. Atl conn try orders are given special at ten ? ion Your special attention is call ?d to the new styl? Oak Caskets ("all and see me and yo? ehall be ?alftd on individually. ?Phone. 177*. S. W. ROBINSON. NO. 23 NORTH ?8?? ST DKAI.KR in FINE WINES, LIQUORS CIG.4RS, Ac. ?GAll Stock Soldas Guaranteed.-a?. PROMPT ATTENTION Your patronage ia respectfully ??? ?i!dt*d THIS RAZOR Practically li'M/K'l?* With a yens'? subscrip? tion to the (Navm?s oaf Your Pap?er) and The Philadelphia Press Ta>e raxor m made trorm the bee* SbeJLaem? Seexi, ?XAv?ABShcd end teactf*cs*oa tiw?srpatatn^Ust?^aIe^|r and tfs Pmrikstar Hoff b Os Shaving Quaf?ty $1.50 3 BUYS The Philadelphia Press ONE YEAR dairy, recular price $3.00 Fremont Razor.?2.00 Your Favorite Home Newspaper #1.50 Value . $6. $0 ALL FOR $3.50 Cash Mauied aniaav airata?y ????. rrrr?ojt ?W Order To-d^?NOW! Iknigbto of lfrvtb?ae, N. A.t S. ?., ?. ?., ?. AND ?. This organization is one of the most powerful in the country and its progress has been phenominal. The Graud Lodge of Virginia has juris? diction over all of the cities and counties in this state. Thirty males are required to organize a new lodge. The benefits paid constitute one of its strongest features, but the principles are greater thau anything else. Founded on Friendship, based on Charity and established on Be? nevolence, the respectable, upright people of the state will find it aa order ? thy of their heartiest support. It pays an endowment and burial benefit of of $200.00 for all ages. It 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 membership of thirty persms to organize a court. Its meinoers are pledged to exhibit Fidelity, e>. Harmony and prove Love one for the other. It pays an endowment and burial benefit of $150.00. It pays $3.00 per week sick dues. The only ?. for regalia is the cost of the badge, 51 oenta and ting 2 ? cents for funeral >ns. THE BANDS OF CALANTHE or Children's Department also con? stiti, ?nd pera ber than to enter the little ?mes into this mystic circle. The expense is a :. the benefits all that could be expr payi from rid death benefits of from ?3 00. If you have uoPythian or Ban -rhood, orgrni;, me. all information concerni Children's D?partaient addi Mrs. Taylor, \V. M., 120 W. Hill St., Richmond, Va. For all information ^cial rates of JOHN MITCHELL, JR.. membership in iges and co ^n M. 4th St.. Richmond, Va. GEORGE O. BROWN, f'T?OTOGRAI'HKR, Rieft Fin? ? Kichmond ?oar. THE ECONOMY, 303-5 North Third Si TAILORING ? ?OB ?>???:INC. ANI REPAIRING CHITMAN M. WHITE, PROPRIETOR. ?Mtatbllsttirsi |MUr\ IMioee 410?. JOHN FOXEL, Dealer la General Lin? of ? \\<? *Mi blAI'l.t: ClUKTiKlKH, ????? KM. t'KKsil HEATH. CI? (JARS. TOUACr-O, KM. WOOD. tX>A?? Ac. - 4TH 8T RICHMOND. VA. LKDING ?: lodging Rotasi ?Ve-MOtMible. All ?tec Comfort? ? ? mt Home as s? Ordurrt n?o?*iv?*d by lesser or telegraph MKS HOOK ???????t?a??, Hit; ?.tad M . Kirbaiond. V? BLACeKWELL Se BRO. ONK OF TUk' 1.KAUIN* IV\INTbSR8 Prit.ti???! Honsr and biga Peieter?, < ?rain Ina; and Cs>a?r?raJ Ooatntc? tor?. IU WORK ?.?a: dnls, I^etttfrs or OfttsM ? ?.?. u?< a trial, yuu trlll nerer r??KT??t 1??... ?aBSBs?aaa, eon Ht. Peter Street, Kit UtlnMi VA. 'l'houe ????. - l?:iir I): ta ??t bl at Jeuiiin^s an?l lirowii 1>?;? Stor?r, PitUborg, Pa. Furnished Rocms, 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 Rheoniatism. 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. ?OjT?Write for Special Ratea.**fRPR GEO. I. HCTCHINSON, Pnor. 48 Weite St., Mt. Clemen?. Mich. STRAUS' SPECIAL Old Yacht Club, PURE WHISKEY Will Pat i if y th,? luver of tit? Hgba kin? of atinielrtnt. ?pOttM prie???. We have nil prati??* of ?rood llt'iiors, <1>ran* and Tt>l>a<t-o. ?Tall and eco ua. ISAAC STRAUS A CO., 422 E. Broad St., Richmond, Virginia. ? ? Jonathan FISH, OYSTERS AND PRODUCE. IM ?. ITI H si.. ?uoi.Mosn. VA. ALL ORDERS WJL?u REOEIVat PROMPT ATTENTION. Long matant? 'Ph 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. MRS. JOSIE A. GRAHAM Virginia's Most Success? ful Hair Culturist. . . . PARLORS. . . . 108 ? Leigh St, - Richmond, Paone, 10J4. Privata? Parlo?.-*, Coniidential lattar? view? and Ctorroepoodeuc?. The largest and moat up-to-date Hair Dressing Parlor? In Richmond. The very beet preparations that caa be made for the hair, scalp, face and ekln. Graham a Superior Scalp Food for growing hair on bald heads ana bare temples, 2 5cts. per Jar. By mail, 3f>ots. Graham's Superior Orange Flower Skin Fo * for developing and beanti fying the skin, 26cta a jar. By niai] llosas. Graham's Superior Velvet Liquid Powder for giving the face a beau? tiful fair color, 26 cents a bottle. By mail 35cts. Graham's Vegetable Hair Dye tha best on market giving a rica natural color, 11.00 per bottle. By maO, $1.2.,. Mrs. Graham makes a specialty of massaging atri beautifying ladies' faces for parues and public gather? ing?. 36 cents. Mrs. Graham shampoos the head and puts it In a healthy condition, 2S cents. All ladles who attend parties and other social gatherings should have their finger nails manicured and made beautiful. 2? cents. Mrs. Graham's preparations sell at sight. Ladles living In other ci? ties and towns can make good mos? ey by a?, 11 lag these preparations. Write for tarme ta lira. J. A. Gra? ham, No. 101 E. Lele* Bt., Riso? no osd. Va. ?Wa ara selJfng aid ?apara at fifteen ?Beala par he ? i red.