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THREE MEN DEAD.
Tl Four Hundred Kegs ,of 'Powder Explodcd by Spark from j* , Engine. IS HEARD FOR MILES Cars Dasli Down Sidc of Moun tain aiul Are Mashcd to Pieces. [Spoclal to Thn Tlinca-I)l-?atch.] ?CLIFTON FORGB, va., .lanuary 7.? At Llgnlto, a ntlnlng cenlro on the Cralg Vulley branch <>( the Chesapenko aiicl Ohio Railway, lliorn waa nn cx nlosion of n carlofid of 100 k^gs of \_,lntii poivrier torday, wlilnh remiltcd tn tho death of tlifuc men and tho In Jury of four othrru. Ono of the lnjured tnen wan falully hurt aml wlll dlo. Tho dead aro Engineer Clark, Slmon Nlcely nud Brakomaii Clark. Tho powder had boen trunBf orrcd lo lll'e cars of tho Orlskany Ore and Iron Corporatlon. and tho mlnlng traln -ruy on roulc to the mln<.-? whon :i epark >lt".l defecttvo iblr 10 HIIIIIH lOCOillfl iid run down tho i,' :< complete tOsloil l.:.,l fiille-1 froin' the eitf-lnn if Ice niiii brought on Tho Bliocfc caused llve to rovcrs'e jt:-.<.'1f rnountaln, wliieli ? r tvr.ok of what Ihe <? lo dostroy. Tho Oriskiiny Ore and Iron Corpora ? flon operatcK the mtne'a ut Llgnlte and the fnrnace nt Iron Oato. Thla explo uton Is the only falnl accldent the Cor? poratlon hap ever pjeperlenced. The exploslon was heard for mllos, nnd crratea a grent deal <->f excitemont. ln the sectlon where It oocurred. EA Offlcers Elected and Many Ad dresses on Growing of Fruit Delivered. [fipscla' to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. | LYNCHBURG, VA.. January T.?To day was a busy one for the Virginia Stato Hortlcultrfral Soclety, though tho attendanco was not nultc so large as had beon expeeted. That, however, ?li,1 not dlmlnlsh the ohthuslaam of the eon'vontlon, and hardly ever was there H Mmllnr gatherlng tliat wns made up of so many men of character and abll? lty. The Kpeakers of tho afternoon were J. L. Moomaw, of Staunton; Professor riillllfis, of Blacksburg. and Professor Alwood. A llvely . discussfon was ? ??-,.! hy the report oi a coramtutee on changes in tlie by-'riws, thls being Continued untll the night .sesslon. The feature of th,. i.l_jlrt se-Hlon wa.. iui addreas by Dr, M. B. Waitc. ot Washlngton, on the russetlng of ap? ples, after which Dr. Fletcher, of li!a,.!;sburg, wave an lllustrated lecture on clvlc lmprovement ln shade t'rees. At tho morning f-.esslon offlcers were elected for tho ensulncr twelve months. ii* follows: W. W. SprpuJe, of Augusta county, president; Vlce-PreatdentB?W. A. HcComb, of Augusta county; Jarnea PlckJe, of Roseland: II. C. Wysbr, of Dtiblln; Dr. M. I,. M.-Ciie. of Green wood; J. B; Watklns. oi' tjallsboro; J. j L. .Moormitn, of Cloverdnle; .Secretary nnd Treasurer. Walter Whately; Re-! lurding Socretary, II. L. Prlce, or Blacksburg. Prealdent Murreli announced that,' owFng to Srr. S. B, Woods not belng; presont, tho coutinuation ot the dls i.'usslon on express rares was post pon'ed. and tlie address by Dr. J. B. \ Ktnmerson, of Albemarlo county. \>n "Growlng Improved Chestnuts in Vir- i glnla" would he flrst takon up. Can Grow Clientniits. Dr. Emmerson said he had fully j demonstrated the fact that Improved I chostnuts could be suceessfully grown ln Virginia, as he had trees which were I now bearlng freely, the product of; whlch brought satlsfactory prices. Ile feared, however, for the futurc of chestnut growlng ln Virginia on ac? count of a dlseaso in Northern States. which seems to be movlng South. Professor Van Dcman, who was to Havo made hla report of awardg on | frult exhlbits, not b<?lng present, the i president Introduced Mr. Coles. of Bn- j tervllle, who then read a paper on "Orchard , Techhloue," whleh. wns a fsc.holarly argument for progress wlth'I ' J^^i*^*^ammamm^mama^at?taMmmmt*wmwm^nm}t9nmntmi0m <^ Jacobs & Levg?~Quality Shop ^> Shake the Tree It's fairly weighted down with price plums. Our "January Keep-Busy Sale" is keeping our clerks busy as bees when dul ness stalks through most other stores. Surely there's something that you need. If not a Suit or Overcoat, at least Shirts, Underwear, Hat, Shoes or Gloves. Whatever your wants, NOWS the time to supply them, and HERE'S the place. Shake the Plum /Tree Suits Raincoats Topcoats $40 and $35 &OA 7? grades cut to - ?p?nr# I D $18.75 $12.75 $ 9.75 $30 and $25 grades cut to - $20 ahd $18 grades cut to - $16.50 & $15 grades cut to - Gloves (English Walking), $1.50 grades now .... $1.15 Neckwear (imported weaves), $1 and $1.50 now . 55c Smoking Jackets and Bath Robes, $5 and $6 now . $3.00 1 * ? Children's Suits / __?8.r.$. ?"de! $4.50 Children's 0'coats J6toBd.$s fade: $3.25 Children's Topcoats (cu?4tond* .frade. $2.00 Underwear That Sold at $3.00 now ? $2.00 now ? $1.00 now ? $2.15 $1.25 79c Children's Ca.pt, I.eggins. Sweatert, ALL AT SPECIAL PRICES Manhattan Shirts $2.50 grade*, ? $1.89 $2.00 grade*, - $1.39 $1.50 grade*, - $1.15 Jacobs & Levy sclenco, ho as to master' up-to-date methods wlth the least outlay. The subject ? of frult packiug wa.* theA taken up, belng opened by Mr T. YV. Woollep, of Crozet, manager oi tho Virginia Frult Growers' and Pack ers' Association, wlth a report of the first year's work. t'n.r?i Co-operntlon. Hon. A. McN'elll, chlof of tlie Frult Dlvision, of- Ottawa, Canada, followed Mr. Woollen and urged co-oporatlon Ir tlie selllng of frult. in which but llttle had been' done, as compared wlth what han beon learned regardlng cultlvatlori THINK OF A DRINK rich, smooth, satisfying, pouring frothily into a cup, sending up a fragrance that promises delight to the J palate,?think of such a dririk served hot and brac ing on a cold, frosty morning and you'll never be without good Luzianne Coffee Sold Everywhere. 25 cts. 1-lb. can. THE RE1LY-TAYLOR CO., New Orleans, U. S. A. For ovor twenty years we havo been making tho BEST CASH R1.G1ST1.RS and selling them nt I.OW15U PRICES than any of tho varlous other niakes that havo appearecl from tlme to tlme. ? Thn name "iVATlONAIV has always been our trade-mark. It Klands throughout tho bunlness world for the "BEST'" M CASH REQ ISTl.pS. No man changes his namo unless he Ib ashamed of lt, and no manufacturer change'a his .brand if hls produot is favorably known, This in all tlie. r.Vora true of Cash negiators, where the purchaser demands ACCURACY, 1U-I.IABIWTY AND-,DURABILITY. Comparo tho ".National" wlth any of the many-named reglaters and you wlll understand why tho "NATIONAL" name ls never ohanged. AVo sell now I'pKiolerH nn low aa ?IR. AVe Kunrnntee to neli a bo.ter resiiiter fur I-.h money lliao any ?thcr conoc.rn. The National Cash Register Co., , ARTHUR LEVY, Sales Agent, 729 East Main Street. Iaurl growlng. All other buslness was organlzed, and why not the farmer? . These selllng associatlons are tho first step In the rlght direction. In several Europcan countries they have worked out these problems, but in thls coun? try life has been too easy, and "I fear," xald he. "that you in A'lrglnia are too well oft to make co-operatlon a tho rough suecess. AVhat you noed is one goo.I. hard year, that wlll make you all get down and thlnk how you can get ! the best results." Mr. McNelll then gave a dotailod de .scrlptton of the orlgln and growth of the Chatham- Packers' Association, In Southern Canada, showinp that it 'had mado valuable apples whlch before co operatlon were worthless. , In this as? sociation no farmer can becomo a mem? ber unless lie sprays hls orchard. Tho society has at the Hill City As? sembly Hall a beautiful exhlblt of Vir? ginia apples, which is belng admlred by many risitors, and the handsome silvor lovlng cup, offered by Dr. J. B. Emmerson, of Albemarle county, for the best.collectlori of not more'than eight nor less than four varieties was won by Dr. Parsons, of Massie's Mills, who showed YVlnesaps, Albemarle Pip> pins, Grlmcs's Golden, York Imperial and Bon. Davls. II|8 olosest competi tors were James Dlckio, of Albemarlo ouunty, and S. B. YVoods, representlng the Albemarle Orchard Company. Lust year tlie cup wns won by S. E. Gur rant, of Calloway's, and the year be? foro by Gcorgo E: Murreli, of Fontelln Bedford county. A silver cup offered by a farm perl odlcal for tho best baaket of apples was awardod to J. A. Fauver, of Staun "ton. CHARGED AVITH EMBEZZT.EME.VT. Wariitnt i? Imucd, llut 1.1*1,. Compnuy I.iuploye Cnnnot lie Fouud. ALBXANDRIA. VA., January 7.? The pollce aro ondeavoring to locate T. C Uoderlck. superintonclent of the AIox anrlrla Eleotrlc Llght Company, who is alleged. lo have embez.lod about $1,500 belonglng to thD companv A warrant for Roderlck's arrest, o'harg ing hlm wlth embezzltng $474120 be longing to the company, was sworn put last night by H, J. Makiver. secre? tary und treasurer of tha company. Prlor to. the eeourlng of the warrant it is alleged that Roderlok admitted to tlie olfloials of the company that he was short $474.20, havlng collectad It for llshts, and falled to make returns to the company.. Hls servlces as supor intendent woro theji dlspensed wlth, and he was requosted to report at the offlce of tho oompany thls morning. lt ls oald that ha Immedlately left tfi? city for parts unknown. A search of hls homo, 801 Duke Street. revealml hls absenee, The shortaga dntes baok for soveral months, the money, it ln alleged. bolng taken from tlme totltne, Roderlok ls a marrled mnn, and Uves wlth hls famlly at 801 ?.Duke Streot, Ho came to Alexandrla laat July. from Holly Oak.'Dol. Tho rinnounoemon't of h|g allepred shortaga camo on a sur prlsy tn his-frlends here. ? flfll PERMITTEI TO KID WIESGAS Request of Governor _v.c<.t_ Strong Opposition in Both Bran_4ics of Legislature, MANY RECOMMENDATIONS : Adyi_e_ Tliat Tltcrc Bc N'o Further Cegislatioii Along Liquor; Lines. , .Sf.clal to Tho Tlmrs-lJlsuat.li.J RALEIGH, X. C? 'January 7.?Tlie L.glslatura wan to-day stirrcd by a r^petltion of tlie sonsation of tho 1907 s.Hslon, preclpltalert by oppositlon to r.ho Innovatlon by Governor Glcnn, of fiisisttng on roadfrig hia blennlal mes? sago In person. Thls tlhio, Indeed, tlie j oppositlon whh very much more for ! inldablo, tho resolutlon th.it )ir> bo al ! lowcd to read tho message belng passed j In tho Senate by only flve votesi whilo tho vote In the Houso waa -? to 76. * Mr. Morton, of Now Hanover, led ihc j flght against tlie Governor's request, I and Mr. Doughton. of Alleghany, cham j ploncd It. Mr. Doughton's declaratlon i that no harm could come of accedlng j to thci Governor's wlS-ies, as-he w"a_ \ retlrlng from olflco, had mado good, ' nnd wa? not seeklng any further polltl ' cal offlce. stirrcd iconslderable applause [ about the hall. OpportpM IiivnNtoii. Mr. Morton dtclared his oppositlon] constltutlonal rather than personal, ln, that the executlve was Invadlng tho; legislatlve department of th<5 .State' government. He declared that at thoj last sesslon the message rea<| by the Governor had Included a blll drawn by the Governor himself, and later acted on ln the Legislature wlthout havlng been Introduced by a member at all. Mr. Harshaw, leader for the mlnorlty, favored the Governor readlng the mea? aage. He favored lt, he sald, because he thought the Governor mlght read It more lnterestlngly than some one who dld not wrltei lt. Therefore he favored grantlng the Governor's request, al? though he had opposed the tnnovation two years ago. IMinrr Lead* Oppositlon. i In. the Senate the oppositlon was led by Senator Pharr, of Mecklenburg, who declarod the readlng of tho message to be undlgnlfled for the Governor and ln violatlon of the Constitution. The Gov? ernor's prlnclpal champlon ln the Sen? ate was Senator Mannlng, who Insisted that members of the last Legislature were dellghted wlth tho Governor's i dellvery. Those arguments consunied | most of the time In both houses untll 12:30 o'clock, about whlch tlme the joint sesslon aesembled and the Gov? ernor dellvered the message, consuin Ing about one and a half hours. The Governor thanked the legisla tors for thls last courtesy ln grantlng hlm the privilege of appearlng ln per? son to present his message. He aaldi that, ln common wlth Governor. of| other States, he had come to the eon- : i-luslon lt was better for the messages ! to be dellvered Jn-thls way. The read-j Ing of tho message was rapld. stress' belng put upon features In whlch "hc felt special concern. At tlmes he read from reports of different ,State de? partments in order to make more olear the recommendations he .was making. For Short Scwslon. A joint resolutlon, offered ln tho Senate to-day by Mr. Elllott, provides that the Legislature adjourn withln thlrty days, or "mlghty soon thero after," declarlng furthcrrnore that "North Carollna is all rlght." Senator Mannlng offered a bill that tho University of North Carollna be allowed to partlclpate in the Carnegie Poundatlon. ? / Tlie Message. "ln hls finai biennial message to the General Assembly to-day Governor Glenn recommended constitutional amendments giving the Governor the veto power, making the terms of all State, county, townshlp p.nd municipal oflicers four years, Instead of two, and lettlng the General Assembly meet once In four years, instead of two, wlth a sesslon of ninety days, Instead of slxty days, and no hill. to be Intro? duced during the last tifteen days ex? cept sby unanlmo.us consent. The retlrlng Governor emphasized the following provisions that ho thought the Legislature should enact Ihto laws: Increase the Governor's and Commissioner of Labor's salaries from $4,000 to $6,000 for the Governor, and to $2,500 for the Commissioner of La? bor. E .ualize taxatlon by adohting CASTORIA For Infants and Ghildren. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Bignature of Everything the Best. Prices the Lowest Canned'Tomatoes, per can, 6c Sun-Dried Apples, per lb., - 6c Evaporated Peaches, per lb., 9c Duffys Malt Wliiskey, - -85c New Black-Eye Peas, qt., - - 8c Carollna Rlce, f. por pound .DC por quart .ZtC Homc-Mnde Mlncement, rj per pound. ' C Large cans Tomatoes, q per can .OC Layer Figs, q 1-lb. pacltugo .?*C F 1 n e s t Sugar-Cured Hams, per pound. Large Juicy f* Cocoanute ....!.. ?C New Cleaned Currat.U and q S.eded RalBln., lb. pkgr.ZtC New London Layer Kalilna, q 12>?c |per pound s. ULLMAISI'S SON TWO?STORES?TVyO 1820-22 East Main. 506 Eait Marthall. Phonea at Both Store*. MMQR-NT _fTTTTOfTll__l DRUMTOWJ 0_NIIFR.CE %UaMmi? 25.. I , n Ijetter made ?r h'?$ena\n'g bolh rea j nnd porsoufil iiroperty. Vtina h legal Izetl priniiiiy iaw mul mticnd the elfic tlon Inw. Amond tho crlmlnal pi'oce I dtiro by piiltlng sollcltots on sftlnrle* j tllvlrllfiR' th- s'i.ii,.> im.. two judicin ! rircults, Hppolhtlng rocordoi's or Irln j .lustlcej lo try nilfli.cme.inors, ihus re [ II-VingP tho Suporlor cdiirts, nnd hov< I exocutlons ln capltal cascs tako pliici ?iii tlu: Stat. prlson oild by electrodti J tlon. Plnce nll convlcts under tlu : iimiingeniont. of the State dulliorilles ? though stlll to work tho r'oadfl of thi vat'lous cotmtles deeirlng such labor <!ivo Ih" Corporatlon Comniission lnor< power, wlth contoiript itrdcoedlngs' tr I enf.ree lts ordors. Streng.bnn tho re . rfirnmlnry ? nlrendy tistubllsheil, bu j piiss piii'h >laws ns wlll prerclit the ter i rlble practlocs t Im? renrter siteh Instl. ; intioiiH a necessity. Piovlde a stilt ablo nnd sufflcient ddmlhlfltrallan bulld ing, protectlng valuable records an< , papers, and giving needed room for thi ! varlous departments to trnnsact theli l buslness. Pnss all laws necessary t( prqtcct our foreats. Insuro Ihe buildliif or good roads artd 'better control of th< llsh and byster" industries. ,\s to, ap proprlntloiiF, elthor adopl ;i pollcy ni going forward or of atatldlng stlll: li tho former, enlarge nud better cquii nll the State fnstitutlons, even thougl | hecoasary to have o bond lasuo to niooi i iho nccessnry doinandp. ItevlewM I'rogress. Tho'niesHhgc ls a doeument of thlrty | three prlnted pamphlet pnges and opons wlth a rovlew of tho Stato'! | progrrss durlng the four years of Gov I ernor Glenn's admlnlstratlon, sitowinj: . that: whlle Xorth Cnrollnn mlser ovci 000,000 bales of cotton, she inaiiufm ttnes more than sho'ralses: tliat thf I State is second in the output of eottoti goods. flrst iu the manufadtur. .tpltig j and smoklug tobacco. second ln tlu. , manufaeture of furniture nnd llrst In ; the number of chalrs produeed. while (the Iargest pulp factory ln the world is ln Western North Carollna. Referring to tho carrylng of Statf prohlbition, which went into effect January lst by over 14,000 majority Governor Glonn says that in hls judg? ment tho law Is ample to prohlblt tli. salo and manufaeture of strong drinh in the State, and unless thero ls some defect In the manhlnery he advlsee no further leglslatlon. Fox Publlclty. As to prlmarlos and elections, a pub IIcity clauso Is rocommended, requlrlng statement of arpount of money re? celved, from what source, ai._ how ex pended by every candldate, matiager, wqrker, frlend or other person coilect ing or uslng monoy ln the intercst ol d candldate, and that any porson refus lng to make the statement or making falso statement be gullty of mlsde meanor and forever debarred from holdlng offlco In the State; also thai any newspaper or Indlvldual wantonly or falsely making any mallclouf charges against any candldate. orally in writlng or ln print, bo guilty of a mlsdemeanor. It ls becoming too cost ly. Governor Glenn says, both to purse nnd character, to secure nomlnatlons and unless the evll Is checked, rlch men or unscrupulous men will soon be the only ones asklng for election. More polllng places ln every county are recommended, "and the use of the Australian ballot in both the prlmary and the regular elections and the clos? lng of the polls at 4 o'clock. Verdlct for 82,500. f Sp.clal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] ALBXANDRIA. VA., January 7.?A jury In the Circult Court to-nlght gavr John H. Trlmyer, a verdlct for $2,3<M in lils sult for $3,0D0 against tlu Washington, Alexandrla and Mouul V.inon road for Injurles sti.stalned ir an aecident on the defendant com? pany's road February 27th. CRUSE OF AGTION IS DEEP MYSTERV Without Apparent Cause, Wealthy Farmer Takes His Own Life. Tiiaeciiil to The Tlmes-DUpatch.] MANASSAS, VA., January 7.?Car roll Latham, of Hlckory Grove, mem? ber of tlio Board of Supervlsors ant one of the wealthles-t. and most sue cessful farmers of thls county, corn? mltted suicide earl/ this morning by Eliooting himself through the head. Mr. Latham appeared to be in gooc spirlts, aiul had been giving hls busl? ness the usual attentlon, and hls familj and frlends are mystlfied to know whj he took hls llfe. Upon retlring last night ho complained of feoling a llttlt nnwell. but hls general, health was good, and 111 health could not be as signed as a reason for tho act. When Mr. Latham dld not arise as usual this morning, an investlgation was made, nnd he was fountl ln hls bedrpom dead. Mr. Latham's wtfe ls dend. He leaves severnl grown chll? dren. --i 1.11. Tltlllllht. HESIGXS. Fecls Thnt Church Should Have Pu.tor Who Can Glve It >lorc Tlme. [Spoclal to The Ttmes-IMspatch.] CJIARLO'.TI-SVILLl.. VA., Januarv 7.?Dr. Heni-y Wise Tribble. one of th'o most wldely known Baptlst divines in the State, last night temlered hls re.. Ignatlon as pastor of the Hlgh Street Bnptist Church; of thls city. This step was taken, lie sald, because lie folt that tho congregatlon was now ablo to omploy n pastor who could glve hls whole tlmo to the church. The reslg? natlon hns not yet been actod upon. Dr. Trlbblo is president of the Ttaw Ilngs Institute, thls elty, one of tho oldest schools for glrls ln the State, and whlch is now ln n very flourlsh Ing condition. Soon after the forma tlon of the Hlgh Streot Church, Dr. Tribhle. who had prevlously boen 'pas? tor of the First Bnptist Church of this city, was elected pastor for lifo of tho former church. I.odge Eleuts Oflion-N. fSp. olal to Tho Tlmns-DIapiitch.] BLACKSTQNI3, VA., .Innunry ii.~ Blaukstouo Lodge,' ,\To.\ 7fl, A. F. and A. M., at a late meeting elected the following nfllcera for tho erisulivg year: Worshipful master, C. II. Itotiert Hpn: semoi" wardeu, K. h. Sullivau: jtinlor wardfin. J, T. Brightwcll; secre? tary, R. L. Harrls; treasurer, A. V. r.lmol'o; senior cleucon, E. B. Fisli bunte; junlor deacon, Wilbur Cohbs: tilor, J. P. Johnson, Tho worshtpl'ul inastor appointed .1. A. Perry. .1. \\'. Crowder and K. F. Crowe stewards Those otnoers wore ipstallod wlth np proprlate oeremonloK, at whlch tlmo tho deputy district leoturer, Captaln Powyors, of Crowe, Va., paid tho lodge nn offlclal vlslt. At tho meetlng it was decided to havo the annual banquet on Janunry 8th. ?.orlh Carollna Thlrd, .. iSpeelal to The TlmcB-Dlspatoh.l RALl-Klir, N. C? January 7.?The Commlsslonor ot Agrlculture has flg? ures in hls offlco showing the cstl matnd uonsumptlon of manufaotured fortlll-fci's In elcven States?North Car? ollna, Kentueky. Tonnessee, Arkansnt;, Mlsslsslppl, Vlrgtnla, Florida, Loulsl ana, Alabama. South Carollna and Georgla-?for Ihe past six years. Only two States?Georglu and South Caro? llne?are ahead of North Carollna in presont consumptlon, In tho season If.01-1902 Norih Cnrollnn used ;t2.,_ritj Iciih; in Iil07-_W8,.007,8 15! lotlHi . srrsaiB Use It >flf_?> fcffll The most wholesome, the most efficient and the purest of Baking Powders. Use it?Because it is made of pure phos phatp.?the, ideal baking powder ingredient that is praised by doctors and scientists. Use it?Because it is health-building and moderate in price. Boyd's Pure Phosphate Baking Pow? der is sold by your dealer?Get it? USE IT! W.G'Boyd & Manufacturen, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. V_. The New Models IO and 11 Remington HAVE Every merit that RemingtonTypewritershavealwayatiad Every merit that ANY typewrlter haa errer had. New and revolutionary lmprovement. which NO type writef ha* ever had. Model 10, wtth Column Selector. Model 11, with Built-tn Tabulatot. Remington Typewriter Company i (Incorporated) ^ New York and Everywhere v 706 East Main Street, - Richmond, Va. MINCEPIETIME AND FRUIT CAKE SEASON We make ours from the best,- tho freshet and tho purest ingredlenta. Send In your order In advntace. Our Frozen nnintle., Cakcs, Charlotte Russe, Cream Puffs and Pastrles are marvels of oxcellence. I oivf?i prlccn posalhlc for -lr?t-cln*? goods. Prompt servlce. Caterln'e Is our speclalty. RUDOLPH MOESTA CO. (Inc), Telephone 287 Successor to H. W. Moesta. 117 East Main Street. McKanna 3-Day Liquor Cure Harmless, Sure, Permanent. 'SAKlfrAItlUaiS! .IIui'iiIi.v'n Hotel Anncx, Itlcliiiioiiil, ' Va., nnd Hcldxvlilc, X, C, , OIIlco for consultation, 17^5 Eyo Street, Washlngton, D. C. Wrlte Dr. J. JV McKANNA elther address for full partlculars. X Old and New Wood Is sold to burn. I ain stlll selllng tho perfectly dry old. It glven moro heat> Also Oak and Pine Slabs for grates'or cooking. My Anthraclto ls grand; my I-ump blases llko wood. My Pocahontas best for ranges, $5.00 ton. I sell nnd guaranteo all of my Wood and Conl to glvo perfeot satls factlon, or wlll oxcliange It. Phone 10.9 and 1320. Ef T. LONG, 1201 West Broad Street. [PlJsedP lanos ?p/?5 IIPWARD IN OUR SALE THAT IS NOW ON IN EARNI.ST. The Crafts Piano Co., Inc. __.-_!6 X. Kl.tli Streel. FLOOR _PAINTS. URST HF,A_)Y-.HlXKt> I'AIXTS, Wnveue, Floor Wn\, Hni-hea, otc, .tc. Tanner Paint and OilCo. U1D K. Mwlu Sl? Richmond. Va. I .vooitWAiu* * sox, Rlulunwnd, Vn. ?--_--_____aaai___uiaiH__n_iMi LUMBER r l_nc_,e?t Stock, Iteat ...mii'liui'iUi o?ve_t Prluea. They'-l Feel at Home When they visit our store and see the appetizing array of good things from our superb stock of choice family groceries, as? VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP. NEW ORLEANS SYRUP. NEW YORK BUCKWHEAT, CALTFORNIA CANNED and IM PORTED FRUITS, SMITHFIELD HAMS, cooked and shtpped to all points; SELECT BREAKFAST CEREAT.S, ENGLISH BISCUIT and WAFBRS, CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS. lmported and domestlc. A vlslt to our store is well worth your time. Call for or send and get our new catalogue for thls aeason. It wlll Interest you. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., 816-818 Ea?t Main. Phones 41 and 2788. Are You Love with neat and skilled Electric work? Electric Motor*, Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Electric Fixtures, Electric Supplies of every deacription? Day Phone, 6442. Night Phone 4540. Southern Electric and Manufacturing Corporation 711 E. Main Street ALL YOU NEED IS TO ASK FOR IT. JtSMM^fffaTISM And If som?thln_- "_u?t _? good" U oftarod. hi.Ut on RHKUMATEUR. Rh.u oiatlmvt ran, t>? ?ured. and RWBUMA* 'I'BOrt wlll cure II. At nll (|niBglat?, or rhnn<s 55J. ' <?)