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THAT BABY YOUV’E
LONGED FOR.
Mrs. Burton Atlvisse Women on
Motherhood and Companionship.
“For Kver&l y*ir« I waa denied the blessing
of motherhood.'' writes Mrs. Margaret Burton
of Kansas Ctty- “I was terribly nervous and
subject to periods of terrible suffering and
melancholia. Now I am the proud mother of a
beautiful Uttl* daughter and a true companion
and inspiration to my husband. I believe bun- |
dreds of other women would like to know tbs
secret of my happtness. and I will gladly re
veal it to toy married woman who will write
me.” Mrs. Burton offers her advice entirely
Without charge 3be has nothing to sell. Let
ters should be addressed to Mrs. Margaret
Burton, 251 Massachusetts. Kansas City. Mo.
Correspondent will be strictly confidential.
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I DEATHS REPORTED »
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The following la a list of deaths
reported to the Richmond Bureau of ,
Hea|\h. t'rom April 19 to May 3, 1927
with date of death: _ __
April 17—Hattie Monroe, 45; 7 W
Leigh Street..
April 16—Lee Mills, 52; 824 W.
Leigh Street.
April is—Harold Parks, 27; Mr
ginia Penitentiary.
April 18—-Robert Lewis Manning,
14 days; 426 Spring Street.
April 15—I>aisy Poindexter, 32;
120 Pulliam Street.
April 16—iZelona Taylor, 50; Toano
Va.
April 16—Coiner Herring, 21;
4 Orieans Street.
April 20—Charlie H. Watkins, 60;
618 Short 8th Street..
April 2‘>—-Bell Cousins, 70; Fred
ericks Hall, Va.
April 20—Eliza Marie Morris. 6
months: 726 N. lit Street.
April 18—George Sharp, 51; 621
N. 5 th 3‘reet.
April 20—Fannie B. White, 30;
1002 N*. 3rd Street.
April 19—Henry Johnson, 70: 210
iEli Street. Farmville, Va.
April 22—Nolia Davis Hopkins, 26;
1126 N. 5th Street. {
April 21—Mozelle Durant, 17: 140 •
Pulliam Street. t
April 22—Harriet McClarin. 42; 629 1
N. 3rd Street. j
April 22—Marcellus Horne. 50: |
'1202-A N. 1st Street.
April 23—-Cleo Coachman 31; 1002
W. Moore Street.
Aprii 23—Inez Myers. 30; 607 N.
29tl. Street.
April 2 4—Josh Barnes, 55; 101
Cheat wood Avenue.
April 23—James Alton Thomas, 23:
B 1 Mb Rear. Stockton-Deca*ur
April 26—Harry Ollie Brodie 32:
Henderson. M. C.
April 24—Wilson Crump. 56: 1514
Buchanan Street.
April 25—Susan Ga«ton 59: 737
N. 6th Street.
April 26—Richard Bolling Beverly.
41: Jarretts, Va.
April 27—Willie Overby. 4S; 1201
W. Clay Street.
April 23—John Williams, 49;
1021 Short 19th Sued.
April 27—George W. Gaines, 61:
1319 Grayland Ave'uue.
April 28—John Barney Branch, 55;
2805 R Street.
April 28—Mol lie Day. 60; 307 N.
14th Street.
April 28—Giles W. • Upshur. 62:
1912 W. Moore Street.
April 29—Tom Stevens, 85: 1910
4th Avenue Highland Park. 1
April 29—Nannie Bolden, 48; R. 1
Box 63. Rice. Va.
April 23—Louise Leo. 53: 619 |
Buchanan Street.
April 28—Alice Lucas. 71; 809
Gilbert Avenue.
April 29—Harrie‘ Bolding 65; 305
W. Duval Street.
April 29—Lieutenant Lynch, Jr., 3
days: 2409 E. Main Street.
April 28—Vlrginfn E. Harris, 67;
14 14. Bacon Street.
April 30—Archie Matthews, 38:
C-lty Home.
April 29—Martha Brown 1 year:
Ruthvllle. Va.
April 15—Lewis Hill, 20; South
Boston, Va.
April 29—Alton J. Taylor, 33:
140'! N. 1st Street.
VIRGINIA: I
In the Law and Equity Court of
the City of Richmond, the 29th
day of April, 1927.
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WILLIAM C. CRUMP.PlaintifT
against Tn Chancery
RACHEL B. CRUMP_Defendant
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The object of this suit is to obtain
an absolute divorce from the bond
of matrimonr bv Hie plaintiff from
t-he defendant, on the ground of de
sertion for more than three years.
And an affidavit having been made
and filed that the defendant is not
a resident of the State of Virginia,
it is ordered tha‘ she appear here
within ten days after due publica‘ion
of thia order and do what may be
necessary to protect her interest in
thie suit.
A Copy,
Teete: LUTHER LIBBY, Clerk
b.v H. U. EDWARDS, D. C.
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Manufacturer of Pure Herb Medicines
TO RELIEVE ALL DISEASES OR NO CHARGE
224 W. Broad St„ Richmond, Va.
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224 West Broad Street.
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Richmond, Va.
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