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UOOTlil'XJCilNU SIA)OI? WIT.U HUM
CAHHO 1II;1'11\S POIACK.
Refuses to Hull, Disarms Suspicion
Anchors In River All Nig/<t.
i '
(Now York Ilcruld.) 4 |
The Hispanloln, a 75 foot schooner,
.so heavily Itulon tlmt oven the enuu*
choppiness of the harbor water kept
her decks awash, came boldly into New
York liarbdr lets than a month ag'o
with 500 cases of Scotch and rye expert
ly packed within her seventy-five feet.
She had come from West Imim,
<3rand Bahama, the western tip of the
Bahama archipelago?the jumping off
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1'iui v ivi i 11 v uvvji ov? i i uimiui n i\?
the United Status. Her progress was
slow. At best she can make no more
than twelve miles an hour and with
tho water closing over her at every
lurch at sea., she had been doing her
worst.
She was coming into the Narrows.
It was an ideal night for it? starless,
moonless and accordingly black, She
had never been in New York harbor be
fore, but her navigator had. So had
her engineer.
Down upon the llispaniola bore the
harbor police boat. Thb latter hailed
her and went without an answer. Then
for it did not require extraordinary
keenness to calculate that there was
something queer about the llii paniola.
the mighty searchlights of the police
boat concentrated upon the heavy laden
nfrnnnrer. The llisnaniola stooil out
In the glare like the Statute of Liberty
TRIO OP CREW WITH RECORD
In addition to the 500 eases of whisky
the lU'spanJolu bore a crew of five,
and three of the quintet were wanted
by the police. One had served three
prison terms in the South for burglary
and kindred activities and ho was now
wanted for bigamy ami safe blowing.
Another was sought for straight bigamy
(if there can he straight bigamy j
having married four trusting females
under four names but in the same inlet
die-Atlantic State. The third, was an
ex-gentleman sought f6r embezzlement
Pacts are lacking on the fourth and
fifth members of the crow.
Rut this is told that It may be under
stood that there was a general dlspos.
tion on board the Ulspanlola to avoid
conflict with tho police. Tho situation
>TUO numi vy uiu uu^uiwi, tuyuuu
boing dumb with' panic. The ongineor
- raised hla volco In protest. Ho ombelltshod
lis protest with profanity. Tho
wan relating thin account of tho affair
to The Now York Herald Is of tho opln
ion that no cop, n-sca or ashore, was
ever thus catogoried. The engineer
cursed the police for an ontiro minute
without a comoback and then camo to
his closo thus: i
"You don't know nothing on land
and you don't know nothing at sou.
Anybody but a cop would know that,
"it's against all marine law to turn a
searchlight on a sloop like you'ro do-.
1ng How the hell do you expect mo to
na.v!gato this boat with that light blind
lng me. What's to prevent my running
down Rome smnJler boat or lirting rammed
mysolf by abog buoy. Get to boll
out of my way with that searchlight
art's-T can hoa to nnvlcntn thin hnnt Tf
you love (rouble keep on, Unit's all.
BLUFF nt Police Works
i
It worked. The engineer know the
law and bo did the police. Notified that
the navigator on the Hlspnnlohi knew
his business and wasn't nervous tho
pollco turned their boat away an*l
inndo off.
Tho whisky runner kept on taking to
the East River and passing Blackballs
and a part o: W&vds Island until sl?e
come to her designated docking place
tire ilet real ion Pier off Thomas Jet orson
Park, about tho foot of East
112tli street.
In her current condition of alcoholism
nho was able to travel 110 faster
than five or six miles nn hour. Sho
eascil up to the pier in darkness only
to be disappointed. Two small boats
lay just off the pier and they contained
members of the New York end of
the combination of bootleggers control
ling the Hiepanlola.
"I^ay off, lay off!" they warned the
skipper of the Hispanlola. "There's
something doting. There are a d,ozen
dicks on the pier and while we don't
know what they know or whether they
are looking for us we'd bettor take no
chances. Cnn you go on to Long Island?"
TOO MUCH RUM TO GO PAST
"Do you know that wo can't make
more than five or six mtlc<s nn hour
loaded down like this?" demanded the
skipper.
"What difference does that make?
Slow or fnst you better beat it fcr
Long Island."
"It. makes thin much difference,"
roared the skipper, "the tide contos in
through Hell Gate at a seven milo clip
and wo'vo got. as much chance of making
Long Island as you have trying to
make me attempt it."
So the Hispanlola, carrying boozt,
that cost $12,500 (average price of $25
the case) lay out In mddstream with
nowhere to go. Subsequently thin whisky
brought an average price of $100 a
case, and according to the relator of
this story of the Hispanlola it required
but forty-eight hours to sell the lot. ,
But that is leaping ahead too fast. ,
To continue as the account was given
The New York Herald by one of the J
men interested in the whisky, the His ,
pcniola remained out in midstream un r
t-il'davhronk Ilio /lotanllvoo illaan
..VII MV^V^V.fVO ??""?' 1
oonr?xl. Then she boldly tied up to the ]
OReerentloin Pier. (
Tho presence of the detective baa ,
frustrated well laid plans. It had been i
arranged to have motor cars at the pier ]
to toko th'e whisky away as fast as it |
could ho hoisted off the sloop. But the <
automobiles had taken flight and werg ,
not hack again by the time the Illspa.i (
iola docked. Speed was necessary. Five (
well dressed citizens appeared upon i
the dock and began raving because \
there was the boozebut the moons of i
transporting ft overlnnd were missing, j
And then one hit upon a brilliant plan, r
Accordingly four of tho five took to t
tho streets and began stopping private
autdmobilcs. They wont far into tho i
city because Mere wore no cars in that r
immediate section of tho city at that. \
hour of tho morning. This is a typical 1
instance of what they did. li
On? of then*, sighting a private v
motor car coming in to a curb, hatlod t
the chnufTeur. There was no ono except c
tho ehniiffonr in the car. ' t
"Huv? you tlmo to mako $50?" demanded
tho strungeV of tho chauffeur.,
"It won't tuko more than un hour.'"
"How?"
"by taking a clianco and asking no
questions and coining with mo." '
It required nerve to accept ihe offer
hut in this manner five motor cars
were drafted. A sixth was obtained in
this way:
Another member of tho scouting par
ty mounted the running board of a
small motor truck, produced a revolver.
poked it into the ribs of the startled ,
driver and spoke as follows:
"Nohflj.Idy's going to hurt you so
long as you do what you're told and
shut up. You can drive this bus or you
can let me have it . If you let me luiv*.'
it you'll get it back within five hours,
for the police will find it where I leave
It. 1 >111 if you wslnl to ho reasonable *
and earn $50 lei's go." .
The driver decided to drive I lie car
And thus a truck was added to the
transportation fuel lit ics.
"That made six automobiles," sain
Tin? Now York Herald's informant.
"They took till but twenty cases of tho
Htspaniola's load and delivered it at i
warehouse in Manhattan. Each ehau'-.
four received bis $50 and was much
phased, apparently. J
"Tho twenty eases remaining were
loaded into two ears owned by men
who had finunnh'il interest in the car-,
go. The story of one of them is wo'dh
listening to. lie was driving a big rot'l '
Her?one built for touring, with lota I
of storage room behind the seals. Into'
the roadster ton eases were packed?{
120 quarts of Seel eh. In the ear with !
the driver and owner was a prottv girl.'
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SHAVE POLTCEMAN: NARROW \
ESCAPE j
i
"Tiiey were bound for Manhattan, j
and crossed the river over tlie Queensbr>"o
bridge. Sweeping into the plaza ?
on the eastern end of the bridge and
circling a traffic cop who stood in the
center on a raised section of (he streetN
the roadster almost hit a truck. The./
turn had to he made between the copy
and tho truck. There wast just room .
enofugh to make it and no more. In j
fact, tho driver looked hack over his
shoulder as ho ran between the cop an l
tho truck and saw one of the rear fend
crs clip the cop'p leg. j
"Ho stepped on the gas. I wouldn't.
do to ho caught with ten cases of booze J
and praying that tho cop wnsu't hurt, j
tho driver broke speed records across i
tho bridge. Tho cop wasn't hurt. Wo '
know that because tho next day this
haiiio man. In a dlfforent car wont by,
tho name traffic station and saw tho .
cop waving them by as usual. Ho stopp*
od and affked to ho directed to some
place or other. The cop told him.
"Thanks.' sabl tho bootlegger. 'I'm a
stranger in this section and I'd like
you to accept this by way of permitting ,
mo to show my appreciation of you.
traffic cops." j
BOOTLEGGER. IS APPREHENSIVE
"And ho slipped the cop $20, which!
made him feel bettor about what had
happened the day before."! j
And then Tho New York Herald's;
source of Information talked ubou.
costs. Tho initial outlay, ho said, was'
the greatest. A boat capable of carry f
ing 100 onsen costs $2,000 or more. To
go into tho business on any sort of
pretentious scale required a vessei c'.ig ,
able of carrying 2,000 to 4,000 casos
north and such a craft might cost $30,!
000. These figures are not of course,
arbitrary. But after'that, comes tho
fixed overhead charges and this man
consulted his hooks. 1
"It costs about $400 to provision your j
boat here in Now York if your crew
consists of no more than five men." j
he said. 'You might have to spend $200 ;
more for extra provisions before you >
start north again. Your gasoline win i
cast about $475 and oil $00. That |
should carry a smnll ljoat both wayr. I
E-eli monibor of the crew of suon a
boat gets $25 0 for the Job plus a bonus
for landing the stuff, and just at present.
at Wcs't. End we are paying an aver
age price of $22.40 a caso. .
RYE HARD TO GET NOW
"Much dopends upon thosort of wills
ley you handle. Rye la hard to get now j
hut Scotch Ik plentiful of courso. The J
only rye worth getting at Nassau of
Omnd Thihama is the Hunter and Cednrbrook
brands. Tho.v cost about $27 a
ease. The cheaper Scotch costs $10.
House of Ixirds. Royal Georgo. His Ma
Jesty's Sorvioo, Antique, Spcy, Royn
White ?nd Gold. Heather Dew a nd i
Scotch Cream. "White Htfrao. Black and
White and Peter Dawson cost us $21 a
case and Haig and Haig and Dewars
cost us $25 and $27. 1
"So wo figure that we pay an aver- i
age price of $22.40 for all kindp of wills ]
ky. It Is delivered In Now York for $85
and $95 wholo . " i
A SOCTAT, HISTORY OF THE 1
AMPIUPAV VTflfilDA 1 i
(By Benjamin Brawley.)
Book Chat by Mary W.hlto Ovingtcn.
Published by The Mae Mlllan Company,
New York City, /rice $4.00 In
^ eluding Postage.
This now history will he folt by
many to bo the most important hoO\
upon tbo Negro that has boon printed
for years. Wo have had a deluge of
opinion on the question, doled out to
as by black and white alike hut Mr'.
Brawley gives us a history, compiled
with conscientious care and covering a
long period o ftiino. From the cdming
>? tbo first slave ship to the founding
of the National Association for the Ad
irancoment of Colored Pcoplo and the
National Negro Improvement Aaso-da*
ion is a goodly period find the 400 pagl
is that tho book contains can with dllT
mlty compress all the important thing
hat tho wrltor has to say. Indeed a
lrltlelsmj of tho book would bo the dif'sion
iJpnee, 70 per cent of tho volnno
concerning itsolf with the por'od
>eforo tho Civil War. This hurries tho
atter part and perhaps paints an cvon
nore gloomy nicture df todnv thnn hu
orv demands, v
Tlioro la nothing passionate or omot- r
onal in 'Mr. Bvawloy's writing. IIo r
traotices great calm and strivoe to bo f
f possible strictly impartial. Nevcrtfro d
trs one would soon know thht tho d
iook was oith?r by a Nogro or by on*. C
eho "thought black" not because of n
ho presentation of the facts but be- a
auso of the facts themselves. Wo view r<
lie Ind'an wars, especially , the wars I
THE RIOHMQN]
of the Sominolcs, through tho Negroes'
oyo? and learn that tho Indian and the
Negro raised among tho Indians
fought shoulder to shoulder against
the efforts to muko tiiom migrate. Mr
Hrawley concludes his chapter on tho
Indian Wars with the statement: "In
tho couiro of the Sotninolc wars tho
rights of Indian and Negro alike wc-ro
ruthlessly disregarded. There was redress
for neither before the courts, ana
at tho end in dealing with them ovory
honorable principle of men and nations
was violated." The desire to get lmch
runaway slaves who were received by
tho Indiana and treated by thorn with
far move humanity than they were
treated by the whites, was a controlling
motive in the desiro of the people
of Florida and Alabama to force the
Indians to migrate.
Mr. llrnwloy gives great, and dosorv
odly great, importance to the slave insurrections
of Denmark Vcsey and Nat
Turner. The terror that these men,
cspeoially Nat Turner implanted in
the heart of the southern slave holder
led to hart-Mi legislation especially
against tiro free Negro, hut in thelong
run the Negro gained. Every time ho
I'UMiO Ills mucous status Know no help
r<! the muse of anti-slavery.
Another matter, now in "the rccltn
ef tiio anti-slavery agitation as we
h-.ve road it. in white histories, is the
tow of the convention of Negroes hold
in Philadelphia September lf>. IS'to.
t'bvee years before the founding of 'he
American Anti-Slavery Society. One
roads here of great nannes of B'shop
Allen of Pennington Shadd and others.
And at these first conferences
were the white champions of freedom.
Onrr.'son. Tanpan. Jocolyn. Tlie booh
brings out with great elearncrs the re
hellions Negro both slave and freeman
Tho characteristics that wo applaud
when we sec them in the Negro youth
today, their revolt against prejudice
nnd opprpss'on. Mr. Brawley shows
vorv clearly were not missing In the
much more dangerous and difficult
davs of slavery.
There is an important ch/ipter upon
I .iberla, a story of a brave group of
prisoners whoso difficulties*were fatworse
than those that the Puritan
fathers ever,encountered. There wore
not only the immense hordes of natives.
unfriendly from tiro first, but tho
F.urouaan powers, foremost among
them tho British, rondy to seizo any
unfair advantage and to stonl from
?l*o new republic whenever they found
it safo. Tlie marvel is that Liboria has
survived at all.
I have said that Mr. Brawley Jb unemotional.
but one chriptor, that on organization
and agitation ends with the
wonderful story of Soujonrner Truth
speaking nt the Woman's Suffrage Con
vention. "Dat little man In black dar"
end Sou iourncr Truth points Iter long
finger at him, "ho say women cnn\
have as much rights as man,., 'cause
Christ weren't a woman. But what die
Christ oomo from?" Raising her voice
she repeated, "What did Christ come
from? From Cod nnd a woman. Man
bed noth'ng to do with him." flow
wto.li M-e have missed who have never
reon Solourncr Truth! But her words
can still thunder through the centuries
.. n /I vwnlrn t l\ct mi lof li ininnln ubi tin <va
liim niimu uiivj \|uivv liiniuiKU! a
aglow w'th spiritual flame.
Inhere la much in the latter part of
the hook upon lynching and peonage
and tho author ends with on appeal
for order and Jaw. It Is a pretty Pig
task to comnross the story of the Nopro
In tho United States from 1876 to
tho present day In one hundred pages,
and if Mr. T1 raw ley Rooms less sueeess
ful hero than in tho earlier part of Ids
hook it. is not strange. It Is always
more difficult to deal with the near
times than with those far away. Witness
Mr. Wells, whoso Outline of History
is at. its heat heforo man appears
upon tho earth! Hut On the wliolo wo
have an important, much needed work
that contain;* a great deal of material,
some of it now, with whieh wo should
all ho familiar. It is a hook that I wish
m'ght ho in every white American's
library., and that I should think no
colored American could afford to have
m'ssing from h's shelvos.
ROANOKE NEWS
ROANOKE, VA., February 1.?
Rev. \V. w. Hick8 of the Mt. Zion
Baptiat Church, his choir and a number
of the members attended church
in Fincnstle last Sunday, where they
enjoyed a spiritual treat as well as
n nice winter outing.
Madison Stnnfield, the Planet
agent has discovered that there is a
great falling off in tho reading of
3trong and helpful liternture. The
reason may bo on account of thoi
financial strain under -which we arej
now going. If so, it is hoped there i
may soon como a hotter condition of;
iiffairs, so that they may read and j
profit by tho lessons taught. j
Tho snow was heavy horo, but tho,
attendance at the Churches was Yory!
good. |
Sir John Calloway, of Ninth Ave-!
nue, who has been quite indisposed, j
la much improved this week.
Mr .Charles Wise, of Sixth Avenuo!
has 'been quito ill at his home for'
iibout ten days. j
Miss Myrtle II. Henderson, the'
laughter of Mr. and' Mrs. David K.,
Henderson is now teaching in Pem
DroKO, va. and la having a grnncl
mccesB. . Box 217, Pembroke, Va. |
Oainsboro Tailors. Our new spring ;
ind summer samples ?ro in and nil j
jpring suits made to measure. An i
jxtra pair of pants or a pair of shoes
?Iven with each suit. H. E>, Grady, |
Vlnnager, 405 Gainsboro Ave., N. W.
Rev. James S. Hatcher, B. D. fllle.l
lis pulpit last Sunday morning with
iredit to the occasion.
Rev. L. K. Jackson, a young min-'
<:ter of Lynchburg Theological Sem-'
nary preached for Mt. Zion A. M. E. j
Jhurcli Sunday night from Matthew'
17:22, "Pilate spid unto them, what'
hen shall I do with Josus which isj
:ailod Christ? They all say unto him,
..ot Him bo orucifiod." This noble'
'oung minister advised and admon-;
shed all to accept Jesus as thoirl
laviour. It was a grand sormon. |
Mrs. Roxey Hanna, of Lynchburg;
ivenue has been sick or about iliraej
reeks, but is much improved. J
Remember M. Staniield with Ihoso;
rondorful Indian Herb Pills for your.,
nany ills. J>r. Barker Pills fori
tiHny other ills. The Blood Rootl
Mils for malo and fomale and chil-1
ron as well will provo their won-j
orful morlt.- <Put up by Milton Drug,
io., Memphis, Tenn. You may see;
to and get further information [
bout Salvasenn and its wonderful:
esults on the human system. Nono',
setter, according to our iporssnnl'
D PLANET, RICHMOND, VI
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A Standard llxlcrnal TtcwrAy j
of over 70 years'- stand,'::;'
No matter whether I'.io is in 5 1
the Lacli, S:-!o, Chert or Li.rhe, n f 1
. twinge of F.heiunat'am* in fact, ut.y |1
I Acho or IV.in rctailiir.^ from tah'.a^ |
? ccld, overexertion or strain, ycu can. I
J jj always rciy o:i Allc'jcic Plcstcrs. j:
jj Apply wherever there jj Pedn.
h'nr Co?.,fit>atinn, Eif'aurn "s, 1
Headache, JJiezmea,
Brasndlroth PUI& I
Entire, y W'ttvioble.
Take @ OR Q Q at flight | \
1 'Baaumara ujuju; .-yronx-tjer^Krvr-mr:
knowledge.
Ml. Ziou A. M. B. Church, Rev.
James S. Hatcher, pastor, closed Its
fourth quartor last night, January
23. Reports wero excollont. Moro
than 50 conversions for the year, 30
baptisms, $7,000 raised, and the best
of fellowship. Brethren Howard,
llale, T. T. Traynham and Mrs. Kate
Roland spoko in the highest torms of
tho works and character of Rev. and
Mrs. Hatcher.
I^ast Sundny night, Mr. Oornolius |
Malon? was gloriously convortod and
united with our Church. Come to
Mt. Zion. Tho Church of the Apostolic
faith. I
MY FOURTH CHRISTMAS AT I
PARAISO.
(Tho Panama Cnnal by J. E. Waller )
Tho two Christmas programs render
cd at the Clubhouso on Sunday the
25th and Monday the 2Gth, respectively
wero the moot successful ever seen in
Paraiso. Each ono was attended by a
record breaking crowd and all wero
pleased with the enjoyment they recciv
cd. "Yes, wo had a good timo." was
I the common oxpronslon. I
There aro perhaps ono or two reasons
for tlio extra manifestation of lu '
torcst by tlieao people at this time,'
namely: 011 the 13th of December there
wan held at tho Clubhouse a Community
evening under the auspices of the
newly organized Pnraiso Community
Club for which a free Moving Picture
show had been advertised and as wns
expected it really served as a ver>
great means of attraction. There we.'O
several speakers for the occasion, whu
made it plain to the people of Paralso
that they were not only nsloep but
dead to the opportunities which were
within their grnap.
"Think of a Community,'' snid one
speaker, "with no organization to promote
progrossivencss among its people
I Wo cannot live apart from the avenues
j of modorn thought without becoming
Imore and more a slave to ignorance."
Another reason which might bo mentioned
is that we are daily coming into
contact with ninny who aro poverty
[stricken, without even the bare necessities
of life and with no immediate op
I portunlty o^ relief, no means of obtain
ling food other than from soup kichonn
J and other charities which have been
j established in Panama City on tho
1 Pacific and Colon on the Atlantic:
whon wo. who are residing on tho
Canal Zono working for the United
[States Government, compare our condi
j tion with theirs wliv should we not ro.
i Joice and ho morry at the wonderful
( circumstances In which God has placed
us. Thus ovory mind seemed to havo
! boon ripe and ready for Just suoh a pro |
'gram. as wo wore preparing,
j Ono vory important itomi in connct|
tion with our exercises this yoar was'
the largo number of Spaniards and Pan
amanians who attended and whose chil
dren sang and recited in their own
language, eliminating for a time the <
tondoncy towards the American style
of segregation.
| Many friends assletcd us in carrying (
out our plans of treating tho children,
among them wore tho Boys and Girls
of room IB E. M. Stanton School, Phila- |
delphia, Pa., under Mr. Arthur Faucett
Wo aro surely grateful to tlieao young
peoplo wlioso hearts strotched otn,
acrdss tho sons and nffectod In a tang '
ablo way tho little ones hero upon tho
Inthmns of Pannmn. i
But our progress upward la grcatl> J
hindered on account, of tho multiplicity ;
of obstacles which tho people themsolv
es place In the way. In the first place J
proficient leadership is the outstanri-t
ing ?ced of this people, such men are!
at ibis time few in number upon th?. j
Isthmus. Tho great, responsibility.!
therefore of accomplishing any good,
rests upon the shoulders of tho fewj
who nro determined to stand for such'
nets as are pleasing to our Makor. i j
The tendency for those who come to! (
this part, of the world to beoomo stigma1 (
tlzcd with tho slothfulness of tho coun-j t
try ol^clng tho blame on the climatic; <
conditions Is also vory contagious; hut i
wo nro hoping for a great, change fu. t
good in this year of our hord, nlnotoon i
liundre<l and twenty-two. t
Since tho spirit of good fellowship I
s struggling for a place in tlio hearts
of men in Washington and other parts c
of tlie world, we nro waiting the day s
when the people hero upon tho Isthmus
of Panama will awake from their (
nresent state of slumbering show a will C
ingnens to use what ever talent they
have in promoting a higher standard
of living among themselves as well a*
*he advancement of the cause of humanity
everywhere. *
HGINIA
9.100J0O/ BIfJDaWMLI'JNT PAID.
Danvl'.i?, Va,, Nov. 12, 1921.
This Is to c'ortlfy that I havo rocolvod
from John MttchdlV, Jr., Grand
Worthy Counsellor of tho Grand Court
of Va., Ordor of Calauthlc, ($100.00)
Ono Hundred Dollars In payment of
tho death claim of sister Esther
Stiimps who was a nieml>er of ProgrusBive
Court No. 145 of DauvUlo, Va. ,
Signed:
II ATT IE MAI3ENS,
Doneflclary.
Witnesses:
MARGE THOMAS.
VERGIE T. JONES It. of I).
ixyrriE piiangle.
MRS. P. M .11. HODGE, D. D. W. C.
? o- ?>?-??
$ 150.00 ENDOWMENT PAID.
Danville. Va.. Nov. 10. 1921 .
This il'to certify that 1 have rocolvod
from John Mitchell. Jr., Grand Wot
thy Counsel or of the Grand Court of
Va., Order of Ca'Unthc .($150.00) One
Hundred and Nifty Dollars in payment
of the death olaiimof Sister Ilassa Wad
d'e.U who was a member of Danville,
Court No. 0-1 of Danvhfle, Va.
Signed:
Yvi LL1 AM ,WADDIODD,
. . Ronofieiary.
Witt tosses!
MRS. MARY CDF/MR NTS.
SAL.DIE A. WATERS. I
ETRULIA C. IHIFORD. j
P. M. H. HODGE. D. D. W. C.
SIOO.OO ENDOWMENT 1'AID.
Philadelphia, Pa., 1921.
This is to certify that I have received
from John Mitchell. Jr.. Grand Worthy
Counsellor of the Grand Court of
Va.. Order of Calnntho, ($100.00) One
Hundred dollars in payment of the
ueam ciaim or Sister Mary Hamlet
who who nniembcr or Mosul ngforo
Court No. 15f? of Mossing ford, Vn.
Signed:
MINNIR HAMLRT.
Dcnoflciarv
Witnesses:
JOSEPHINE IIROCKINGTON.
DORA M. TIIORNNRLL.
1 "
975.00 ENDOWMENT PAID.
Newport News, Va., Nov. 10, 1921,
This Is to certify that I havo recoiv-j
ed from John Mitchell, Jr., Grind i
Chancellor of thy Grand Lodge of Va. I
Knights of Pythias, N. A.;* S. A., E.'.i
A.; A. and A. ($75.00) Seventy-f jv?
uounrs in pnymont of tho <l?atli claim
of Brother Benjamin F. Mason who
was a member of Newport Nows Lodao
No. 74 of Newport Nows, Virginia.
Signed:
IIUBY I). BEDFORD.
Benoflcinry.
Witnesses: j
NEIL CROOCH.
E. D. DRAPER i
E. S. QUEEN D. D. 0. C.
$2.00 Srnt ?r. ?In*, nrtice will
place The Planet in your home
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Rugs from an Old Kstabli-ahed houae
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the best quality goods, Just as reason
ub'.e as elsewhere?why not give your'
fr.tonds u good impression. It will
give us the greatest pleasure to Bhow
you our wonderful sleek of home
making, comfort giving Furniture
rtuU Rugs and?don't full to ask our
salesmen about our Banking Plan,
wtiicn gives you 6, i0 or 1 t. months
In which to pay foi any purchase.
CHAS. G. JUBBENS SON
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ESTABLISHED 1880.
ADAMS AND BROAD !
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Quality Hair Pomade
QUALITY HAIR POMADE contains
;>roportlos which will rid the scalp
)f Dandruff. Disease and Totter. You
io not need a temple grower, tetter
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narket. It will Improvo the grade of
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fine for growing children's hair.
If your Druggist or Hair Drwsor
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ilzcs, 60c and 36c. Poatago 6c extra.
Agents Wanted. Good Pay.
Quality Glosslno 35 cents
juallty Shampoo 36 cents
All mall ordetts filled promptly by
(MRS.) GEORGE A. HUGHES
.8 MAIN ST., ' FARMVILLB, VA.
/
OMMEW-ilUIJ KjyAJLgSBP?flHIIII If
$1G0.00 ENDOWMENT PAID.
I
Lynchburg, V?., Nov. 14, 1921.
Thifc is to certify that I lravo received
from John Mitcholl, Jr., Grand
Chanco/or of the Urn ml Lodge of Vit.
Knights of Pythias, N. A.; S. A.; 10.,
A.; A. ami A. ($150.00) Olio Hundred
and Fifty dollars in payment of the
death claim of llrothor David 1*. Hughos
who was a member of Pioneer.
Lodge No. 28 of Lynchburg, Va.
Signed:
ANNIE HUGHES.
Beneficiary.
Witnesses:
A. V. BROWN.
F. L. JONES.
J. 1). EVANS, 1). D. G. C.
-<.r- < -p?
ENDOWMENT PAID. j
Richmond Va., Oct. 31, 1921. I
This Ik to certify that we have rueelv
cd fro mi John Mitchell. Jr., Grand
Chancellor of the Grand Lodge of Va.,
Knights of Pythias, N. A.; S. A.; K.;
A.; A. and A. ($150.00) One Hundred
and Fifty dol'ars in payment of the
death d'.aim of Brother Benjamin A.
urav.ca who was a member of Plunei
Lodge No. 215 of Rclunond, Vu.
Signed: :
ELSIE Z. GRAVES.
INEZ C. FA11RAR.
GRATTAN 10. GRAVES.
f Beneficiaries.
Witnesses: i
11. C. MITCHELL.
JOHN R. COGBILL.
GOLDIH V. GRAVES.
LULU 1'. HUCKNER.
f|. M. Miller, Ohio druftglat, c
discovered the home trcntm
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Lynchburg, Va., Oct. 25, 1921.
This ia to cortli'y that 1 lniv? r.o*
cclvod from John Mitchell, Jr. Grand
Ghaucollor of tlto Grand Lodge of Vic
Knights of Pythias N. A.; S. A.; 10.;
A.; A. and A. ($150.00) One Hundred
and Fifty dollars in payment of tho
death el aim of brother J. W. l^owm,.
. was a meuiber of ItiVermont Lodge No.
201 of Lynchburg, Va. Signed:
IDA 11. LI0W1S.
Uencflelnry
Wltne kos:
GEO. W. LANG1IOKNE, C. C.
NTH AN HARRIS.
J. H. EVAN9. 1). 1). G. C.
r
| #100.00 IONDOWM 1'TNT PAUL
Dnnviho, Va., Nov. 12. 1921.
Tin's is to certify that we have re*
eolvod from John Mitchell, Jr., Grand
Worthy Counsellor of the Grand Court
of Va. Order of Cahmlh-o, ($100.00)
One Hundred Dollars in paymVtit of
the death claim of sister Camilla Mi'*
lor who vma a member of Danvl'.lo
Court No. (U ol Danville, Vu.
Signed:
ANNUO HARROW.
SUSIE SCALES
Dcncficiniies.
i Wftnossos:
; EMMA J. WILLIAMSON.
FRANCES WADDILL.
PEARL ALSTON.
MRS. P. M. R IIODGE, D. D.
W. C.
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3FFICE 2220 E. MAIN ST.
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