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IN THE FAR WEST. The Jones=Thomas Case. WifeNo. 1 WinsContest. THE MIXED SCHOOL TROUBLE?AN AUT0M0B1LE AND ITS OWNER?THE PLAINS AND ITS LESSONS?THE CYCLONE COUNTRY?A VIVID PEN PICTURE OF A LONG JOURNEY. ? ? I I ' I ' IN K ?Mp. bo to take ; ? our l that lln?*. ears * I IBILE. nnd \ * I I ' lllant . B ? ' - niidnight. 1NFLI ; r re M. V ? iunty Tr Court Ilton. W, If. Johai re eenred in abun-; aud tl.. by al; " klnd- j I an auto-l mobil* Plumb and Dtllard. Kerer ha rid?*.! her was threatening and j :ial flurri but it only .1*1.1.-.1 to the enjoj of the occaaion. tiik sir.n i 1 saw the Btai catlonal institutions, the reafdi of the colored people ln povcrty and tha* others |g The Oraal Smith Automobile car was a four cyllader tourlng car. Dr. j Lee had made a to.ir of Kansa ering S17 miles in ten days. Ii in hunting and met with | success in his quest for game. The' machine was capable of golr.. BBilea per hour. The factory is lo . iu Topika. ACROSS THK RIVER. Then we croaaed the river Into North Top?*ka. We were shown the place where nine laersons lost their during the on-rush of the wa ters. The water line was still vlsi-i ble on the honses. Then down the' country road we raced. The waa pleasurable. The return trlp wsb equally so. We saw the Gov erner'r Mansion and also tho vacant lot beaide It, wherr Mr. .Tonea. the, well-to-do former resident of Chica? go had made a purchase and had de clared his Intention to erect a pala-' tlal mansion and reslde there Then. came the end of a most sensational' case. THE J0NE8 CASE. It aeema that Mr. Jones had been on bad terms with bla wife and sep * of a i i'Y IN T y as his flrst ? reealt a I ln law ;. waa this irania was closed. 4)f t) . waa ! I ' trip waa ? from ln hi>- amlle Blfled I runni: MIXED,8CH< K)l ? WVtf principal <>f McKlnlej Prof. al of Bfonroe Bcaool, and Prof. 1. L Behool >1 author ... in the i "popll a mixed s. In tliis rity. ? ted up to the alxth grade When h ? sfs from ? ...is a bere tha and colored pupils ar.- ta in tha- same class room. one of the school buildl Ot tha* whita* pupils <lc< lar.-d that would not ntt'-nd school with I chlldren. The- <our l.y their parents ln thls posi T*h<*re were no open claahaa or bat much ill-feellng was en reri Tha- Sup? rinten.lent nnd the School Iloard stood flrm and were no concesslons to the strlk ers. The matter has BBXlad in a vic for law and order. There are atorad teachers In the publlc schools of Topeka. In t?he High >!. out of ahoui 9o pupl! 32 are color I\ A I.AWYKR'S OtFICE. In Attorney Ouv'b offlce. we gave ouraelves up to thoughts of Virginla j and proceeded to write ?-*ditorial mat? ter for The PLANET. Visitors came in B4 wever ang Interrupted our la bora. but we had made some progress along the line or keeplng in touch with tha* home offlce. Across the I was the City Hsll, and a few moments thereafter we were belng lntroduced to some of the le&ding of-| flclals thereln. EDITOR CHILES' JOURNAL. Wt> visited the offlce of the Topeka Plalndealer. Edltor Nick Chlles was out of the city and waa expecled to' return that morning, but after watt ii an ai> | 1 aaary, ? ? I ? ? .ml a ? This at te; thi* \ NOT \ I Mtssourl. who was i ? ? *. nl * I : pollli ? A DRIVER IN EVI1 \ can ? Tln* m tha make the i:4-JJ train. "I?|| gath in ai r wa had ? he I'niori Station with nlae mlnal The i onr : rolling j after blddlng sir a. v-y Lloyd ! an.l v..?? the land of d CHHXT BL.A8Tfl IN \ itm.m w In ? r,> wtU-chill.-d and ara took our c jn tbe macb air Tlu* mm wai ip in the Wo were Bg through Blllacea aiul through - Of alfalfa, whleb oorresponds to our 1 whirh givea from to four <r..| r and Ihus enrichea th*- f.irn This rolling prairie land was for miles and miles. The san of lt became monotonous and I B farination that cause.1 us to k.-ep our ajea upon the undulatlng surfce save for thr- time we arere en gaged Jn conversalion with so: the a .rg. DRAWINC, BLaOOD WITH A SAFETY. As we sat in the wash room and smoker a white gentloman la? his face and soon was shaving him eeif with a "safety" razor. \V*> j watched the operatlon with some a ment for blood flow.*d from or more cuts ma.de by this >n deslgned to prevcnt that thlng. Wo enqulred about it and he explained that lt was due to j his not having the blade scrowed in | tight. He could shavc with more sat Ufaetion to himself. A moment later anothcr paasen ger entered. He lathered bis face and uaed the regulation raaor with an ease and preeision that was a marvel. Not a drop of hloo>d was drawn and we eomrdimented blm up |on the dexterlty shown ln the opera? tlon He laughed as we told of the experienee of the passenger who a moment before had atood before the same mlrror. VD FEET AMi Hr.NdKK. Th. was laborlng. The flow of bankera an.l thelr cots pauious B8 th** veatorn rail h the under th.* car aud all of us a. tha' BUpply of food on tha* dinin tunate enougl a anythii. svilh a ananta of i roa* ? A ? IUPPBR lt was lat r was m "f the ?>> to whll ' In all of that niul iK-rson for n that no mirrdrs w< li for the ? - . aud " that in.l - a ago ? ? Wt ? ? long iron 1 ln th' Thls to ub as ' ntry Un hoviso was bl fclonc short ? 'ar-f.-r a . Ti tl tO ? untll || VTRGINIA IH. We ? by ?tattnaj U Virginla < a We time chang< hour. eonati ruBal ? if the NV irch erltl route ? Taakltn ? Ut build ? from tha depth of .-. ui fa.r lt was Mr Praaklli ii\.-ntion tilch is a BBlli and an wai ahonldn't ? He Mr and v Place. w] ar w. . - . bod ? Straaighten Your Piab Sibs:?I have naed only one bottle of yonr pomada and now I would not bas without It, f.r it inaka* my halr aaaft aaaad atralcht and aasy to corob ajnd alao aUrta a new a^*owth. Maa. W. K. Waxjcer. Su. 1-Harriman. Tenn. Ford's Hair Pomade (Formerty know . aa OiooUatd 0? Marrow) Fifty years of aucceaa baa proved Iu merlta The uae of Ford* Halr Pomade naakfi atub born. harah. klnky or curly-halr straUbt, aof t and a-toaaay and easy to eomb. and arrumre ln any atyle deatred ooaalatent witb Ita lenatb. Ka-apovee and pre-enwdandrxaff. lnvlyoraiea th. attaJp. atopa tbe hair from falllnfr out ?c brraklns off and g-lrea lt new Itfe aad vtaror. Abaoluu>ly liannleaa- i.aed with aplendld re asilta even oa tbe younseat cblldren. I*elt4?t?lyrjerfumed,iU4ja?laapleaaurr. aa ladlea of i aBnawient erery where deolare. Ford's Halr Pomade baa tmltatoia. Don't buy anythiikff .laeailerjredtobe"Juat aa ttood." lt you waat tbe beat reau.u. buy the beat Pomade?lt wm pay oa. Liook for thls name on e*rery packafv. If yonr dranlat cannoa aupply yon VtSta aha (etinlna. w. wTIl aaand yoa T^S^r*''1^2-: : : v.8 S? ? - "... 2 80 4>m aatflta. aaaaavl " ... .25 r*.P?J ">?*iiftt*a aa. atpraaaa ekaraaa ta atl pol'nta ft ???.*. Wa?n nrdarfnc aaod Poaaal or Exprttaa Moaay alrdar. .n ardera ahlppao promptly oa raeala. ??f Pariea. Addraas Th? Ozomzed Ox Marrow Co., a!? ?*at KlnMa 8a. ar-aOaaas*. IU. "Ba*Vaain. r-wM A?E la ?ada oTTJln Cka aaatro by tka akeya.i? Aaaaaaaa Wi KVK.IITS Oa* PYTHIAS. Anotft4*r New Conai la 1 ynchburg. <>rnii<l Tlm** Tben*. Lj eehbarg. Ta., Oct. 29. Thara waa a h.avy dov, n-pour of , raln hen lay. when ?, D Mitehell. Jr. - aad sir er r* r the South?*rn . Railv. b Orant* They llor W. J. W.-lls altlag to il s. ? Calaathe and the lacleaaeiacy of th* er, the ladlea w* ? talled: r, Mrs. Olivia Bar .->? B. orthy Inapectrlx. Mrs ' MT8. ator. Miss Fh ? ? itinis: As I Kmma Has atra. Laissie Marphy; Klla Fuqua. Trus kflller, M ? Court wlll be known 11. 11 wi ? ? belng - ? ralag n to t up a lodge. He ? ? r r. Whlli Slr Wlllla Ar - th<> a n*l tl KNIGHTS OF Pl llll IS Pjrthlaaa Baaer i .irm\iib-.?l irvi Lod, '.. 'ot. \ff.*r mu<h effort, thi*. t IItb wltb Pythlaolam. Dr J. from Rlcl lams. iacel h.r Join. Mltchell. Jr., Dr B B Itcal Dlr* all and II i haacallor,; .1 H ' I. D. 1 V. H.J 1' lf. Robli lt a , t tla ? Ur 1 ftfttch-j ? 11 an?l his pai 1 o'clock for Richmond. 151 lt waa th.*' of Rear. R c Adama, ?ati.-r of the Order <I or Mltchell was jabllant. niui\v\?\^ ii: ? ? of Mr. Byrreater .t. Browi f Rlchmoad, bat now of New York -rlville. N V ! Roxbury, " ld. l?08, Rai -Vanl. offlciat Mr Browa Is the son of Mr. and Mrs Bamoel P. Brown, wi Of this city. I-'ound I> k i..*.inard. (white) of 61S Fulton was foun.i ' in the rear of 501 Louli Strc* t last Sunday mornlng. I!* b.-**! no a protracte.l spr \ *-*inall Fire. The small gTOCOry store of Mr. W. laaell, (white) at ?.\ w i.oifih Btraat was found to be burning in th.** rear last Sunday afternoon. It lalekly extinguished hy the Fir<* D.-partn* Nothe! To All It May Concern: I am no longer a member of St. Francls Temple. No. 12. Dau>. of I. B. P. O. K W.. Richmond. Va Slgned?-AN'NIE I.EW FOOT-BALL GAME!!! VIRGINIA ITNION ITNIVERSITY AGAINST HAMPTON NORMAL AND AGRICULTURAL, INSTITUTE MON DAY, NOVEMBER fl. 1908. 3:30 OTI-aOCK P. M.. BROAD STREET PARK. THE FINEST GAME OF THE SEASON. lubscrlbe to Tbe PLANET. WWTKD?I wlll give ($50.00) fifty dollars cash to each of two pur chasers of two hlgh grade prianos dlrect froni factory. None but bonafide purchasors need applv. Address. T'lANO." PLANET OF Fl< tual RaptiM Sunday s? hool t'-u ion to Hold a B% Mcitnitr; nt tlu Mt. Vrrnoii HaptiM Chiircli. Mnaflna Bt Haa. M. il. Pawi*. r.i*-u?r. Th* al Ba] nlon wlll Sth n- lt Church .11 be Flne BO irloua sc' ihi** addreea will he ? i*,ii* EUchmoad. ? the city. Come and MIN F. JOl ? J., Mr. Beajamlo F. Johnson in the 4 1st y**ar of his age. Though a na- , f Richmond, i a mem ? hu-rrh. he had Hved for D Of Ni Tho fur, D.a D I> . m Baptlsl v\i Ity. Th** Intennent was at the I and a I Va. KNIGHTS <>l Pl l H! 18. Ain.th. r \* u LodgC m ? ii* Innoml. ia la Btltul city I lay nlgbl In the mldst of much amus* to all John Mltchell, Jr.. had rliar*?.* *>r the * Iraad Dlatrl |or B. Balth, Dis tri.t II.-; Haaoi ?jnity llor Alt?a*rt Bmltl H B William II DavlB and rs. '! mmander ? rk. Whlti 'hancellor, Alfred Brown. er of nnd Beal, John Nlxon: r of Flaanee, BHJata Bi Poantaln; Ma Arma, David Brown; lnn* iwniam Harrla; Oater Ona P.*rklns Tn; Ib, Jamea Taylor. The Inltiation was ? . and WCTO Tha* organl7* -mith n* Gran! ? Hor cotn; ! him Th<* ? ae boar A Hrilliaaiit Maarriaage. KIrst Bresbyterlan Church waa the scene of a moat beautiful mar rlage on Tuesday evening. October ? ntracting par ties b> \'\a Mr J Kdward Harris and Miss Raphael Pearle Rams Tlu* beautiful ri* ony was 1 by the pastor. R.-v T. H. l'h. D.. assis a R. tered in the faUowlag Hoh.-it Joaasa and Whlte, ihntii. aml Weat, Herberl Maaalla Carriagtoi little M lohnaoa, riuu baarar aad .1 of Honor. tui.lo was led to the altar uj> arm of her father. Dr. P, H. hav lng pt room who ? eith Dr y and is handsomely goa in a whi llne silk. empfre %i gowa, beautifully ernbrolder ed with silk i brald and o rleatal lace. Her veil being beauti? fully draped with Oraage blossoms. She wore a lovely gold chaln with diamond pendant and carried a bri? dal bouquet of white carnations. The mald of honor praaaatad a most charming picture. Her gown Of canary colored Messalir** trimmed in Irish i>olnt lace wiQ namentfl of dlamonds and a sapphlre aee. Little Miss Johnson wore white silk mou8P**line trimmed ln bohj and ribbon an.l carrled a small silv* r beaiiag thr* ring. M ?; Waddell gracefotly * M< ? -? b'i \ ? ... tour with friei B and aad brlcH York. rnla. North Carolii: ba, Wtaahti Keatacky atni other pla The brld-* is the beautiful. charm lnc and a langhter nnd Mrs. P B The . nc businoss man We wish for them much auc cesB in llfe. Mr C I> Llpoooah, Grand R er of , was la th* I called on us H** gave a glowing report of his grand Jurls diction. \\ INTED?\n eaperteacjaal cook. 10 to live on the ? Call at f, 11 Ora P M ?For flne printing call at the PLANET Office. A Negro 1 ...Picture of Christ.. 1 X MR. S. S. EURR C. S. W. | I 25 I 27th Street. Newport News, Virginio ? t Wiil send one Negro Picture of Christ to you for 25cts ; | + or one dozen for $2.50 Send stamps, registered J + letter, express cr post-office money orders. X * Send for a Picture to-day and see the only X Negro Picture of Christ in the world. J X Owing to the great demand from all parts of the world + X for the Negro Picture of Christ, Mr. Furr desires no 1 t agents not endorsed by the pastor or Sunday School Su- I * perintendent ofs'ome church. UP-TO-DATE HAIR DRESSING -AND MASSAGING PARLORS The Hawkins-Price Comp'y, HAIR GROWERS AND RESTORERS, e-aee-aaaaaaee ???????????????? To the Public:? Madam J. V. Hawkins, the senior member of this not ed firm has moved her residence and with it their parlors from 612 N. 1st Street to 616 N. 1st St.?two doors below. Mad? am Hawkins has an envlable reputation as a hair culturist and a complexion beautifier. To say that she has a comfortable and beautiful home, commodious and well fitted reception rooms and a complete laboratory would be putting it mildly. Her laboratory has a shampooing basin. massaging apparatus and every other device for making one beautiful. She has been very successful with her riair Grower, Hair Restorer and Face Balm and her abiltty to please the most fastidious in hair dressing, massaging and shampooing is well known. Sat isfactlon guaranteed all customers. Special attention given to the treatment of children's hair, in short, if any one's hair, old or young, male or female doesn't suit, all defects can be remediedby Madam Hawkins. A FULL LINE OF NATURAL HUMAN HAIR. PRICES MODERATC.