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BIB ROBBERY IN
?T ?lill
Announced Yesterday fur First
Time That $6,500 W
Stolen.
PINKERTON'S MEN AT WORK
?Matte*, However,
1 1 oin the Local
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?HDAY.
Alexandri ??.s Will Have
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Cured o! Piles by
Pyramid Pile Cure
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Ncth.r 1 tr? Try.
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cured piles ?uff.-i -? Bend
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packe ii to dlrt?cti?-i_ ?
fust if v jo ir
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I ile r.ire. Jual 1 . -pie. Aocent
no aiihatltiita. TVrarr.td r>rng ***?
fyrami-1 Ullg.. _I_*-1?U1. Mich.
Made In Porto Rico
From Porto Rican Tobacco
That's one thing th.it's sure about El Toro
cigars?something ?extremely doubtful about
the many so-called "Porto Rican" brands.
The recent increased cost of Porto Rican
leaf is responsible for the many brands of
doubtful quality now being rufhed on the
market.
EX TORO
Brrva-Finat
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Panet'la Ft sun
EX. TORO
Cigar?5 Cents
is the one cigar you can be sure is genuine
Porto Rican?-in name and quality.
El Toro rep'tssents the best 5-cent cigar
that Porto Rico can produce. Smokers
of El Toro cigars know how far superior
this brand has always been to any cigar
sold for 6 cents.
This year's Porto Rican tobacco crop is
better than ever before and only the
choicest selections are used in the El Toro.
For this reason the El Toros now on the
market are particularly recommended to
smokers.
Ever/ El Toro is now banded. This is
the cigar that has done so much to
popularize Porto Rican cigars among dis?
criminating smokers.
Porto lucan ?Anaerican Tobacco Company
MAhlUFACTURER
San Juan. Porto Rico.
STANDING TRIAL FOR
GRIMINAL ASSAULT
Judge Harrison Hearing Import?
ant Case?Prominent Man
Accused.
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! CHEAT CROWD AT
CIAS. GOOD'S TRIAL
! Man Who Killed Miss Fannie
Strooff Least Concerned
of Attendants.
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na pr_aent la*t Friday,
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MAY ADD MEN TO
THE NEGRO BOARD
Showing Made by Giles Jackson's
Report Not Altogether
Satisfactory.
w..?siUN?.T.?N. Januar) ? The mera
rnin.'iit boar?] of the
ference
to-tfay with ti?.- "
lion t'ont
A ret
?lent of til.? ner
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tory.
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taipan? wa*
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I of the member? of ti
propo?. tlnn ta adopted, which aeems pi?.t
ty well aaaurad.
CADETS CONDEMN
GLASS ESCAPADE!
?Fear ' m?ts
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MAY DEAL LENIENTLY
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ROWLEY THE MAN,
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FATHER TO SON'S RESCUE
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Father Coming Here.
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Percy li ...
Postal Affairs.
MAY MAKE ISLAND
AT MOUTH OF BIT
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WILL AT LEAST MAKE TEST
vat ion s Will Be '
mg to the Work.
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CANAL PAYMENT IS
SUSTAINED BY COURT
Long Fight Made by Mr. Wiison
Is Finally Decided Against
Him.
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OFF FOR WASHINGTON.
Mr. Smith Now Taking Christian
Science Treatment.
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ACADEMIC BUILDING OF VIRGINIA MILITARY NSTITU TE.
from root of thi? buddina Vas _.roiifcHnn di__i__- ____r<__?- matu _?->_, altv.*, tor yvhicl*. eig_t>-hv? cadet? arg under arrest.
Cutcliffe Hyne's
Great Novel,
Kate
Meredith
FINANCIER,
commenced on
January 6th.
A full synopsis of the first instalment-will appear afthe
-.nine: of the
JANUARY 13th.
Do not ' great action ? and -woman
you cannot help but admire.
The Second Instalment
will describe the fight waged by Carter against the Okky
men and why he was forced to make it single-handed. A
brave girl'_ plight?De id an inspiration?
Benzoline!?the fire t' but cannot be seen?Magic
against magic??The arrival of *'K. O'Neill*?Divided alle?
giance and a fine p thies for Love's Court?A meet?
ing in the wilds?".Meredith I"?A perilous trip and an un?
en complication that was destined one day to prove
?????Laura begins to wonder?The v? an-canoes in pur?
suit, and heartbreak on beard the ''M'poS-.!''?A drop of
hiaci*afl_H---_l
The Third Instalment
w**' - ery jaws
max?The leopard's victim,
and a bit ? by_
\ journey into the Unkno* : Mountain*_
nqp.ere?! .?The man in the
?A trip in the
dark?A Carter fired a
li The ?strangest
treaty ever drawn up? '.ared die
The Fourth Instalment
' u ith the
world.
y?"I like the
man. and I eves?A
helm-?Knter
How
uted a t; ?tired
lin?A len ??r on
ene that is eui ate. aided
Instruct Your Newsdealer
to Deliver Regularly
THE SUNDAY
Times-Dispatch.
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