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Headquarters This di.tinction is well mcritorl, juslifird by the excellent a.sortir.cnts nnd supreme values wjiieh rc.veal the clnsc study of juvenile needs here employed, nnd the wonderful achievemetti in our catershfp. Only ihe best makefs' prok ducts entet this department nt the lowest cost which our __ormous and unlimited _ix-store buying power cnntrols, enabling ihe twofold advantage of the best apparel and the greatest values to be found in the city. Tbe best informed Of Richmottd's Buying public come here for their boys' ap? pareling needs, because of the better advantages and greater satisfactioYi afforded. Unmatchable Bargain Values Money saving oppdrtunities of the timelicst and most exceptional kind, sure to attract the sensible, practical cconomist ._ ? ' sub lo mnrrow, $1.98 -?astcd Knee-Pnnts SultS, of stnrdy. splen ;?. in pretty pattern r-tripes and ml-turea; ? good $."? values; ln all slzes to 17 years. Bpeelal tt ?: M"' $2.90 m models, beautifull $4.00. , nnd Hiilor Rlonse Suits. of pure wool. dark blue d handsome pattern fancy rasslmeres; newest flnlshed nnd made; unmatchahlc nnywhere under lal Mondny only $2.90. _9 AA y?v t'o\-r Norfoik Pults. wlth Knickerhocker Pants. of pure #_.tjU wool chevlots nnd rnssimeres, ln a wide rnnRO of nttractlve, gtyllsb patterns; In all slzes from 7 to 17 years; unsurpassed; 54.00 v-ilw. Special for .Mondny only $2.90. An Ar For Boys' Stylish Fnll Rfefers, of sirictly pure wool, navy JW).._I blne ronch scrge, tan COVert" nnd shepherd plald worsteds; the popular regulatlon style, Wlth chevrons on sleeve nnd braSB buttons; unqtiestlonably ?5.00 vnlue. Bpeelal for Mondny only $3.95. ?0 AC Fr,r Knickerhocker Norfoik Ptilts. coats wlth or wlthout helts, Vf5.?/?) of strlctly pure WOOl, fan'oy rnssimeres. tweeds and chevlots, ln handsome pattern strlpes, plaids and hroken eff.cts; nll plzes to 17 yen.s. nn unquestloned $5.00 value. Special only $3.95. For Knickerhocker Norfoik Suits, with a palr of extra Knli k< rbocker Panta to match. of strlctly pure wool chevlota, t deslgns of brown nnd gray effects. ispedai only $5.oo. _?>- AA '"r Boys' Norfoik Snlts With Knickerhocker Trousers, of 5l?).Uu exi ellent quality nll pure worsted, winter weight. dark navy blui serye; newest fall Norfoik styles. fineiy tailored and aplendi_ly flnlshed; unmatchable under $6.50 nnywhere; in all slzes to 17 years. Bpeclal/only J5.00. $5.00 Burk & Company, 1003 East Main Street llllie CARS STIR (Contlnued From Flrst Page.) " >' ?-.. ? ;... , v ? i -- ;,!_ ;y=> i-L-.-nly in case of emergency. The fair was closed last night hy a brllliant display of flreworks nnd the crand portrayal of the fall of hlstorlc port Arthur. free attractions to all. The closlng acenea took place without Incl dent or trouble. As the houra grey i>n townrd mldnlght and tho throng! fceg-an to thln, tlred oul wltli a week'i bleaaure, .ind more or less out of poekel Tor enjoyment's aake, the visltlng fak _.-.. began to pull down thetr tenta draw up their atakea, count out theli t ? ? k's > irning* . and pr.-pai. for pa. ?.ircs new. By to-nlghi they will al pave pone on their way, havlng th. ..:*.; parade ground as quiet and de .... rt.-.i as a country cliutchyard a night. Race EvcnOi Were llnrltig. The motorcycie and automobile racei ?weri ing s] ectacular and thrili eventa presented. Thi w.-t enough n> hlnde: .alnst tlme or to caus. fift v'-nuie race was ai *i '? ii - '- ngths. to win.-i .,; ,.; i -,.. -i! ul.-.-, in i ar tade ? ?ii lhe program wai cycle race, given un if the American Auto n un.i the aanctlon o of Motorcyclista o There were Ing won by .Indian, .??n. Ol ': _. ? ..? of tbe Ji %-w laps witl ppeed. but *. n-.-irk by the % G. Johhsto j.ih'-r m ? iln ?? vi n rntries, flrst he . G. Johnston, wlth ai uond by J. Boyd Ander 8th (':!'?'. X. ('., wlth : An Indian, rldden h mstona, led for ihe firs ha Ir-curllng hurst o ?ced t" leave th ng Oi _ tire. The the lead with th in_ the turns an etchea wlth a spee that women shud wero left far hc hind, and hardly flgured in the run? nlng. The winner's time was 13:56 2-3. Iu the second event. a ten-mlle rae< for stork runabouts of twenty-four horse power or under. the Ford model -s" roadster led off, ?ith C. G. Mnnt gomery'a Franklln runabout runnlng o.ose behlnd. But the Buick runabout. Model 10 (owned by Dr. 8. T. Price), entered by tlie Fostor Motor Car Com? pany, and steered by Drivor Everts, overhauled tho fleld ln the seventh I.ip. and set the pace. This machine finished first, making tho run In 18:65 1-2. C G. Montgomery's Frank? lln runabout came second, nnd W, M. Ratten's Ford Model "S" finished third. The T.n-Mll. Rnee. The third event was a fine exhibi lUon of apeed-maklng in the ten-mile race for stock runabouts and tour abouta of 2,.1-horse power to forty horse power. tlie slx-eyllnder Ford leadlng all the way. The Buick Model l"S" was the only other entry. The ; car finished In good style; time, Event No. 5 was ten miles, for stock j tourlng cars costlng $2,500 or under. The Clialmors-Detrolt, entered by the Gordon Motor Car Company, and driven by B. J, Ray, led the field from start ? I tp finlsh, twice lapplng the whlte steamer entered by R. A. Blenner. and haullng rnpldly away from the.Foster Motor Car Company's Buick. The ,ia<-k Bon, entered by the Abner Popo Com? pany, was badly mlsslng, on account i of tha style of machine and the _on , dltlon of the track. The Chalmers . Detroit came in flrst, followed by the . Buick. making the run ln 1S: 16. . The ten-mile race for stock tourlng cara costlng $2,""f>l and over, was not . I puiied off. hut ihe race was awarded ,|to. tho Stevens-Duryea four-cyiinder ear, entered hv the Gordon Motor Com? pany, and driven by E. .1. Ray. A Whlte steamer had been entered by B. A.1*Blenner, hut ho dld not come up wlthin the tlme prescrlbed. On a Plfty-MUe Run. The fifty-mile race, which was sched uled fourth on the card. was reserved for the last, being the best and most excitlng event on the program. The finest hit of work was perfonned by - the . tevens-Duryea six-cylinder tour There is nothing that detracts more from the stylish effect of a handsome walking suit than an ill-fitting or unshapely Shoe. Our new fall styles add the finishing touch tn tbe costume, and complete tbe beauty of the effect, One of ihe prettiest and most effective styles is a High Top P.utton Boot, patent colt vamp, tan suede topv, with black buttons. It bc-ars the im print of Laird, Schober & Co., a suarantee of correctness and quality. Soft Hats F.arl, piir pald on nr<o ttely fi dollar. ;,n.| 8ach dollar an opportunity to wln, ?no- i'l.nv ahd I'-irt we Ing rnr. whlch. If it hnd not. twlce hroken down, wouid enslty havo won the rn co. The Btilrk lourlnR rnr, model F, took the lend, nnd never lost It during 11k uliole rotirae. lliotigh Its prosMgo Wft.< nt Ilmes srrlntisly tlirentenerl hy tlu BlilCk, model m (owned hy Dr. BNU), nnd hy tlie Stevnr.s-Puryra rnr. Soi part nf the gnsoleno engine In thn lnnt machine broke nfter the llrst few lnps, nnd thn drlver lost three mllea hy tlie tnlslinp. Everybody thought ho wns out fo the running, hut he qtllckly repnlred the damage and then gave the aiifii ence thn prettiest exhlhlllon of speed It hnd aeen during tho day. Hay mnde the race. Ile nverliniiled the leaders ono by one, nnd waa In a fnir way to wln af? ter ho hnd mnde up nll hut a llttle more thnn n mile, wlien ho broke down ngnln. Tbe second nccldent rulhed his chnnees for the oup, hnt he stnycd In the rnce, nnd swept round the track like a fly? ing detnon. The Maxwell tourlng car wns never In tho running, coverlng only nhnul thirty mlles of the race. The Bulck Model F., entered hy the Foster Motor Car Compnny, neyer lost It.s lead. and Pr. Prlce's Bulck. entered hy the same oompany, flnlshed Beeond. Flrst time waa one hour eleven mln? utes nnd forty-four seconds; second tlme, ono hour tweive mlnutes nnd forty-ono seconds. Conslderlng the i track, the tlme made wns declared. to he excelent, nnd waa cncouraglngj to the racers and thelr frlends. The offirlfils of the course were H. A. Mnyer. assistant to the renowned Fred Wngner. starter, and James ?... B. Davy, referee, botrti of Baltlmore. R. F. Kaehler, represent Ing the Ford ageney, declared the races to be among the best he had ever witnessed. The Stitnmsries. Flrat event?Ten-mlle motorcycle race?Flrst, Indlan. entered by S. Q. .lolinston; second, Twln Indlan, entered by .1. Boyd Anderson, Elizabeth Clty, N. C. Tlme, 13:56 2-3. Pecond event?Ten-mlle race, for stock runabouts of 24-horse power or under?Flrst, Buick Runabout Model 10. entered hy Foster Motor Car Com? pany (owner, Pr. __, T. Prleel; second. Franklln runabout, entered nnd drlven by C. ?>. Montgomery; thini. Ford Model S., riinahoiit. entered by W. M. Batten. Tlme, 16:55 1-2. Thlrd event.?Ten-mlle race, for stock runabouts nnd tourabouts of 24.1 to 10 horse power?r-.rst. six-cyllnder Ford, entered nnd drlven by I* II. De Granf; second, Bulck Modal S., entered by Foster Motor Car Company. Tlme, 14:06. Fourth event?Ten-mlle race for Btock tourlng cars costlng $2,500 or under?Flrst, Chalmers-Pctroit, en? tered by Gordon Motor Car Compnny; second. Bulck. entered by Foster Motor Car Company. Tlme, 15:16. Flfth event?Ten-mlle rnce for stock tourlng cars costlng $2,501 and over, nwarded to Stevens-Duryea (four cylrnder). Slxth event?Flfty-mlle race for strlpped stock tourlng car or tourlng runabout chassls, 60-horse power or llnder?Flrst, Buick tourlng car, Model F? entered by Foster Motor Car Com? pany; secona. Buick Model 10, entered hy Foster Motor Car Company (owner, Pr. I,. T. Price). Tlme, 1 hour eleven mlnutes and forty-four seconds. Horticulture_ G. E. Murrell, Fontella, Bedford countv. was awarded the first premlum of $100 for the largest and best county dlsplay of frult- tn the divislon east of the Blue Rldge. He had sixty-ftve \ . rieties of applea on exhibition. beside. pears. penehes, grapes, qulncea and nuts. The Albe.marle Orchard Company, Charlottesville. Va.. was awarded the second prc-mium of $r,n. having had over tifty varieties on exhibition (mosl ly apples), exoluslve of' indlvidual plates. Mrs. B. A. Watson, of NImrod Hall, BatH county, was awarded the second preiultim of $50 for ti.e largest coupty exhlbit of fruit from tlie divi.sion west Of the Blue Bidge. The fruit was all collected ln Augusta county. Mrs. Watson had a second exhlbit of frult collected in the same divlsion, Whlch was ruled ,,ut by the judge for not meeting requlrement as to number ol varieties, etc. If thls collection lia.l met the vlews of the Judge as to num? ber of varieties, etc Mrs. Watson wouid have stood to draw boih flrst nnd second premlums. Tlie awarding of second premlum, Instead of tirst, on one collection was ln the natiin- Of a surprise, hut this maSpr was largely ln the control of the judge of frult. lt is understood that the matter of awarding these premlums has heen re opened, and thai the result will prob? ably _i_rthe awarding of both premlums to Mrs. Watson. a.s justice wouid .eein to demand. Premlums on fruit were awarded on Indlvidual plates (not cmbraced in col 1. ctlon as follows: George "F.- Murrell. Fontella, Va., llrst premlum on each Of the follow? ing varieties of apples: Roxbury Rus set, Golden Russet, Cannon. Lenover, Hoover, Bonum and Missouri Pippin; also a second premlum on each of the following: Bellflower, Paradlse, Wood's ) Favorite and Rebel. On Bartlett anfl Seck'-l pears a .second premlum wai awarded him on each. The Albemarle Orchard Company Charlottesville, Va., drew nrst prem luma on each of the following apples Stayraan, Winesap and Shockley, anc second premlum oh York, Imperial Limber T.wlg and Jonathan.?. The same company was awarded first preiiilun for Keiffer pears, and second prenilurr for Japan pears. Dr. McCue, of Greenwood. Va., wai awarded tirst premlum for Albemarli Pippin, and also for Winesap apples. Dr. Lapsley, of Ashland, Va., wai awarded flrst premlum for Fall Cheesi and Mninmot'i Black Twig apples. am" second piniium for Grimes's Golder ahd Northern Spy apples. The frtii' It Shows Bad Taste To have a room overcrowde H with furniture. Buy a FEW. PIECES, and bu? these GOOD. Wc stopped handling ten piecc chamber suites several years ago. Just an odd dresscr, a plain metal or wood bed, a couple nf straight cliairs, a com fortable rockcr of gnnd quality and ncatly papered walls, with a picturc here and there, makes the handsomest kind of a bed? room. Plainness is the keynote to elcgancc. We're showing lots of Plain Furniture of splcndid quality, and very moderatc in price. Handsome Odd Mahogany Dressers from $18 to $250 each. Brass Beds, complete with spring, $15 to $90 each. RIGHT IN THE CENTRE OF THE FURNITURE DISTRICT ADAMS & BROAD Out of thr many thousands who reglstered at our boolh in the State Falr. Mrs. Anthony. 210.". Vennble Street. who was the 2.S2Sth to reglster. wns the lucky one to receive the handsome Turkish Hocker. Thp Hon. Henry C. Stuart. president of tht State Falr Association, plcked out Mrs. Anthony's number. "The Woman's Peeord." a regular 1 o<- m.ga.lne, I* giv. n away free to buyera every month. The .dltorr. of thls magnzlne giv<? away t5n.no i v . v month in prl.ea for household recelpts and practical suggesiions to their rei.lr-is. Mrs. Agnes S. Pendlton has just recelved .2...0 ln cash for auppiylng the mlsslng word ln tho September contost. Special Inducements in the Way of Prices and Terms Offered to Out-of-Town Customers was grown In his orchard at Afton, ln Alhemarlo county. Hood & Williams. of Hreenwood. re? celved flrst premlum for Pllot apples. and second-premlum for Lady, Winesap and Mammoth "Black Twlg. Mr. Sproul, of Augusta county, was awarded first premiums for Ben Davls and llome Beauty ap_i__es. .ludge Hasley recetve.l first premlum for York Imperlal arples?magnificent Bpeclmena. C. .1. Wnyland was given first pretn inm for Rebel apples Dr. Pars'on. of Nelson county, drew first for Lady and Northern Spy ap r!*<. and second for Albemarla Pip Jamea'Dlckle; of Mai rte'a Mllla (Nel? son county), waa ft-Bt premlum , -.- .. ? ,:? i. ? . lOlden apples, anil Becond premiums fnr pennock and Pumpk n _?._.. varletie. Miss Dickie v. as ftW_t_ed ntst premlum for her ! .-'u Flngers. Mrs. Di.-kle aided rt'ly In getting up frult displays f i om li'T section. M. I* Hatcher & Son were awarded second premlum for Pilot apples. Walter "Whately, ?___ Albemarle county, drew flrst premlum for the Whately Sefidllng apple (a prnmlslng now varlety), and second premlum for the Fall Cheeso apple. _Ir. Crouee, of Henrico county. near Rlchmond, wns a large exhlbltor of apples, and was awarded firsts for Black Ben Davls and Ingram, and sec? onds for Champion, Rome Beauty, Vlr k nia Beauty. Stayman, Mlssourl PIp _,in Ben liavis and; Oomm_rce varielles. rvdoman Brns., of tlie Mountain Top Orchard, on the Alleghany Mountalns. _-,-. ,,- Covlngton. Va., had a wonder? ful'display of peaohes for this tlme of the year. They recelved flrst premlum lor a plate of 'beautiful Chalr's Cholce peaches, nnd second premlum (no com Lpetttlon) for Hwalt, Heath f'llng. Al ! lu ight's Winter and Bilyen's Late. [They also were awarded flrst pr.mium for some really fine hananas, this ilropicnl frult havlng beon grown by -. ?i to perfection under glass. w. T. Hood & Company. nursery m. n, Richmorfd. had two varletlea pf Japanese persimmnns on exhibition whlch iiUrncted general attention. They were the Loinache and Kura jkunin. and each was glven a first premlum. The same firm drew second j premiums on Bonum apples and KeifCer i pears, Thls flrm made a most credltahle i display of trees, evergreens, ornamen ?tals, rose-bushes and other nursery i stock on a plot of groi*_.id adjoining I the Hortlculturnl Building. .1. M. Hampton, Charlotte, N. C. re , ci Ived honorable ment Inn for hls i Twentleth Century peaches (which were merely on exhibition. not havlng | heen grown in Virginia. and, therefore, I were not entered for compelitlon). I The peaches were found to be. as here tofore descrlbed ln Tho Tlmes-DIs I patch, of beautiful appearance, lus clous and fine flavored. For Its splen I did keeping r-ualtty, it is regarded to be a most desirable klnd. Domestic Dept. Best "Sally Lunn"?Mrs. W. B. Ball, ' flrst. Wheat bread?Mrs. Allen, flrst; Mrs. I A. M. Miller, second. ? Photography?E. J. Ray, first and I second. Wafera?Mrs. B. B. Hatcher, first. Salt-rlsing bread?Mrs. G. W. Snell ings, flrst. Graham bread?Mrs. Mary G. Wood, first. Com bread porie?Mrs. Martln, first. Beaten biscuits?-Mrsi M- Dent. first. Oinger bread?Mrs.'E- Cardoza, flrst; II. II. Bloomberg, second. Pound cake?Mrs. New, flrst. Sponge cake -Mrs. E- W. Briggs, flrst*. Mlsa M Rivce, second. .lelh- cake?Mrs. G. L. Barkor. first. Kruit cake?Mra. Q. O. Eddins, flrst; .Miss A. Ilnsker, second. Marble oake -Mrs. C. S. Gates. first. Cocoanul cake?Mrs, G* *s- Barker, flrst, Chocolate cake?Mrs. O. S, Gates, flrst; Mrs, F. C BrlggS. second. Angel food- Mrs. Martln, tirst; Mrs. G. a Barker. second. - , Dovll's food Mlss S. S. Abrams, hrst; Mrs. .1. Lancaster, second. Mnrshtiinllow cake?Mrs. W H. "N.-il flrat; Mra, E. Martln. second. CnJamel oake- Mrs. E. Mariln. llrst. Slx nisks- Mrs. M. V. Love, flrst. SU buns?^Mra. A. W. Miller, flrst. (lliig. i- : naps -Mrs. .lticob Van Doren, flrat; Mrs. M V. Love, se-cond. Sugar cakes?Mra, M. V, Love, flrst; Mi.-. M. Dent, see.md. Lady Baltlmore oake?Mrs. Grant. k?* Mrs. S. .\br__Hiis. second BplC Tiir. first; ikes -Mlss Briggs, ftVi s, second. Allen, flrst; Mrs. L_n_0_""\V.lght, second. j Swepl potato cake-- Mrs. Lnmlon \\ , igiu, flrst. ? '? * , Pumpkln Ple - Mrs. G. B. Barker, i.ii Mra. D, Homes, second. Crali apple ielly-Mi's. IMlma tory. flrst- Mrs A. L Grant, second I ..-t.'kh.rrv -elly-Mrs. M. V. Love. flrst; Mra. H. u. Bloomberg, aecond. j Grape jelly?Mrs. Barker, flrst; Mrs lfred T. Mann, second. Peach jelly?Mrs. T. Crouch, flrst irs. C. B. Clark, second. Pear jelly?Mrs. C. E. C'.ark. flrst. Plum jelly?Mra. H. O. Wllllams rst; Mrs. A. S. Grant, second. Qulnce jelly?Mrs. M. V. Love, flrst Irs. H. II. Bloomberg. second. Raspherry jelly?Mrs. A. S. Grant rst; Mrs. A. R Howard, second. Apple butter?Mrs. J. II. Burkert rst. Mlxed plckles?Mrs. M. Maaon. flrst Onlon pickleH?Mra. M. Mason. flrst Cucumber piokles-t-Mrs. Nellle Tomp in<;. flrsl Mrs. C. R Clark, second. Pleklt .1 peachi b- -Paullne Grant, first Ilsa __tcy Bmlth, second, I'lcklf-,1 pears?Mrs. Bnnker. flrst Irs, .1. T Tucki :. i econd Chow-cbow?Mra J. II Burkert rst; Miss M. Maaon. second. Green tomato plckle?Mrs. M. Dent rst: Mrs. C. II. Turner, second. Tomato catsup?Mrs. Marks. flrst Ilss, J. M. Sneliings, second. Cherry preaervea?Mrs. Martin. flrst Gentleraen's Correct FasliioHs, The Biainy Chaps?The Young Fellows ? that are making a stir in the world? have ideas of their own? they want Individual Clothes ?that denote Character and give prestige. L'nless a fel? low is a wearer nf Schloss Clothes, the first thing that strikes him when ' he goes away to sehool is the dif? ference between his and the clothes the average college man wears, The SCHLOSS Young Men's Models are designed bv a college chap, and will be copied 'hy the college tailors. "Nifty" doesn't quite dc scribe them. Don't accept a substitute ?look for the genuine with this label scwn in garment. Our Hat and Furnishing Departmcnts are coniplete. Men of tasje will find the kind of goods to suit them. Our Children's Depart? ment is our pride. Mothers, come in and let us show you the newest things for lhe young American. HoraceS.Wright 3 EAST BROAD ST. Apple preserves?Mrs. W. s. Morton, flrst. Grape preserves?Mrs. Watson, flrst; Mrs. u. II. Bloomberg. second. I'each preserves?Miss Lucy M. Smlth, flrst. Pear preservea?Mrs. E. M. Wrenn. flrst; Mrs. A. R. Scott, second. Plum preserves?Mrs. A. S. Grant, flrst; Mrs. Rertha Crouse. second. Strawherry preserves?Mrs. A. S. Grant. flrst; Mrs. Warlnger. second. Raspherrv preserves?Mrs A. S. Grant. flrst; Mrs. H. O. "Wllllams. sec red cherries?Mrs. A t; Mrs. .1. King. second. White cherries?Mrs. 11 M. Irant. i?Mrs W T. O. Morton, second. Marshall El Canned tom lis. flrst. Canned raspherrles. Mrs. G. 8. Bark? er. flrsf Mrs. A. S. Grant. second. Cucumber catsup?Mra. tt. Dent, flrst- Mrs. II. FI. Bloomberg. second. Man-oes?Mra. _. V. Martln. Damson preservear?Paullne Grant, flrat- Mra II- O Wllllams, second, Grange marmalade?Mr?. A 8. Grant. Brandted peaehea?Mra. A T. Mann. first.- Mrs. C. H. Turner. second. Pineapple preaervea.Mrs. Allen,lirat; I Mrs r. K. Clark. second. Watermelon preserves?Mrs. .1. _ay Duval, tirst; Mrs. G. I. Barker, sec I ond. Raspberry vlnegar?Paullne Grant, tirst Mayonnnlse dressing-?Mrs. Allen. Sea foam cand?-Mrs. Allen, flrst; ! Mrs penhrle Hay, second. Molasses candy?Mrs. A. 8. orant, I flrst. Cocoanul candy?Mra S L. Barker. flrat; Mrs. 3, E Warrlner. second. Walnut candy?Miss Jeasie Wood, hrst Paullne Grant. second Bngllsh walnut candy?Mrs. Barker. first: Mrs. E. XV. Morriss. second. p.-antit, candy?Mrs. M V. Love. flrst; 'Mrs A. 8. Grant, second. | Peppermint candy?Mrs. Barker. | first: Mrs. M. V. Love. second. Peppermint chocolates?Mrs. Barker. flrst , I Caramela?Paullne Grant. flrst; Isa h.) r>eever. second Fudge?MiS- T. E. Turner, flrst; Miss Kate Meyer.^second. French eiihdv?Mrs. M- V. Love, flrst; Denhrle Hay. second. Stuffed dates?Mrs. M. V. Love, flrst; Mrs .1. R Howard, second. Home-cured baked ham?Mrs. Mar? tin, first. _ . Sorghum?Mrs. B Watson, flrst. Apple ckler?J. Wallace Snellings. rGrape wine? Miss M. E. Klng, flrst; Mrs H. Williams, second. Biackberry wine?Mrs. H- Williams, flrst- Mrs. C, H. Turner. second. Home-made laundry soap?Mrs. A. S. Grant, first. _ ,, One dozen eggs?J. Wallace Snell? ings. flrst. _ Butter?Mrs. L. Ashburner, flrst. STIIITIN _______ Port Arthur's Farewell Fall Brings State Fair to Close Near Midnight. CJrateful for a falr that "brousht home the dough," every show that was left on the Midway last night. gave just a llttle more than usual for tbe money. The crowd, In spite of the bad weather, was about as largo as on prevlous nlglits, and the good order whlch has prevalled throughout the. festivities was marked up to the time that the varloua attrac.tions struck their tents and prepared to steal away. That did not happen, however. untll about 10:30 o'clock, when the throng of Blglitseers was wending Ub w-ay home, well satlsfied with a week of strenuoua llfe. "Port Arthur" fell at the usual time, with more than tho usual spectacular ili'.play. lt. seemed that In honor of tho elosn of the most successful State Falr thnt Ki.hinond hns ever .seeii, an effort was made to use exploalves of tho high est revei'herntlng- power. The flrn worka were by far the most brllllant seen during the week, and a number of ne.v features wein produced as the lah- of 1008 passed Into n inemory. Tlio line of these whlch brought forth the greatest burst of applause was a flery ?iti-tiit-i-i of Mr. HSnry C, Stuart, president of lhe -Vlrginla State Falr Association. Untll lt vantshed into ln air the assemblage yelled contlnu lsly. f.n_t Spl.I from UI.Ii- n v. L'p to a few mlnutes before the time . mako a start for some other place 1 of the barkera of the Mldway were i busily engaged ln calling the crowd i they were on the flrst <1ay of the 10W. "We are all going." they aald. ?ome in and get another look. You III not see us agnin for twelve onths. but we are comlng back." An soon as the last of the spectators led out of the tents, busy employea )gan taking up stakes and loading e ?,)_;,,? traln? for the depots. Thoae innlng the little tuands hurrledly : tbelr money and started off ith what bolonglngs they had l.rought . the grounds. Th? sell?*rs of aou >n!rs made a last effort to g.t rid of leir wares and pulled out for the city, every case carrying a much smaller jrden than when they came out. A intlnuous string of hlgh-grade cattlo id horses. swathed In blankets lo rotect their precious hides, passed long tlie Mldway en route for tho reen fieids of their natlve heatji. Not few of them had many trophies osely guanl'-d hy their attendants. As compared wlth the hustle- and ustle lhat has been rlfe for the last eek, the grounds will pre.ent a bare nd deaolate appearance. After tho Ight'a worJ< there will only remaln ere and there any slgn of life. for iow people show in tlie day and do ?hat movlng there Is by the llght f the stars. All were In the best of nmor, and wero unanlmd.a in saylng lat thls has been the best fair thal irglnia has ever seen. There remains ow but the work of the managemcnt > atralghten up accounts, which will ike up some tlme. soon after which ill begin the groundwork for the faii f l.?*>. iRBGORY TR1 AI, POSTPO_VED| ATTOHNI-Y IS CALLED AWAY [S"p_clal to Th. Tunej-DI. patch.] ROANOKE, "VA.. October 10.?The rial of Dr. W. S. Gregory, who ia iharged with attemptlng to assault llss Irwin, of New York, Tvhfch was et for Monday, has been postponed intil November 4lh. Tiio postpone nent was made on account of Marshall .Ii.Cormlck. counsel ^Jnr the defense. leing called to Porto Rlco by the crit cal lllness of his son. Mr. Brown. his lartner, came h.re to-day, and Judge .V'oods agreed to the postponement. Lord Bacon Said, "Digest" rhlii la the Sreret of Life ln BubI_?*s? or iu Hcnltli. It is clairned that Lord Bacon struck :he prime keynote of life when l'.e tvrote, ?Some. books nre to be tasted. ithers to be swallowed. and some few to be chewpfi and dlgested." He wrote of books; manv who have followed him ha\-p. wrltten likewise ot life. The man who dlgests hls business nakes success; the artor or actress who ligests his or her art brlngs Came; the man who lives life and digests it __ he should lives as was the intentlon no should llve. lt is not the food you swallow or laste that brlngs happiness to you; it is the food you digest. If you swallow and tastP and don't digest and ohew, nature cannot glva you health. for you do not furnish tho ammunltlon. Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tablets contain in pure. concentrated form ihe essencea which. when 111o\- rcach the stomach. tum dyspeptic condltlons into those of healthv digestion. Tliese little tablets are dlssolved in the mouth by saliva; tliey mlx with thls tluld anri nre passed down Into the stomach, where thev immediately set to work upon ihe food jand digest it. Thev are nian.v limes ninre powerful than tlie human dlgestlve llulds, and thus ri'plenlsh nature wlth those juicos which sickness. ahuse or wrongful eat Ing have exhnusted. The worid's best chemlsts ln Europe nnd America agrep on tha ingredients best adapted to perfect digestion. F.tu art'S Dyspepaln Tablets are ihese lu gredients presented to the stomach in tha most pleasant. nnd lasting form. Powders and llqulds soon lose their effecllveness through chemlcal aetions and decay, Stuart".; Dyspepsia Tablets are made under terriflc presaure, and tlieir ouallllcs are thus made lasting. Forty thouasnd nhvalclans prescrllie and use these tablets, anrl every drug glst sells them. Prlce. ..(ic. Send us vour name nnd address, and we Will send vou a trlal package hy mail fr.a. Address F. A. Stuart Co,, 160 Stuart Bullding. Marshall. Mlcfc.