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Ull Shaken from Trce in Which Hc Sought Rcfuge from Maddencd Anirnal. Tlmea-Dlnpntili llui'-.i'i. ioji North flypamftro Ultest, POtbfBbur_f, V;.., 'Iil.tl ir,. Georgo Rctter, : z--i Blxtj'-one year;i, r riiiiner ..f Dlnwlddie county, resld lug a few irlilei froin Petersburg* wa_ attacked i n.j fatally gored by a buil on his place s.ituriiuv afternoon, dylnu iin.-n his injurles before a physlcl.trl could i*?ach hlm. The anlmal was considered danger. or... iiri'l Mr. ftfttter ha.l beetl v.'.irii-d agalnst hini, On Saturday Mr. Eiettei wr-iu mu to trlrr. some frult trees nc.i. where the bull wns graslng, The bull .-inir - ? " upon lilm, and Mr, Retl .-liii.ii.-d om of the trees from whicli lie v.-iim shaken by the attneh of lh? anlmal. As he fell he was attacked nnd gore.i, the nnlm'al'a horn pen>' trattng the unfortunate msn's body, lireakl-.itc liis .lbs and eAufclrtg fatal iniiii-ie- iu wns cfBctied. bul died IH . ihorl whlle. n> Is survlved by on? fc.m an.i one daughter. 8KLBCTfNG SITEjI. Commlttee Make* Vlsti to Normn SehoOl I'ropi'rij. (.sr?..m (0TbB Tlm-S-Ijtspat.-h.J FREDBRICKSBU R<?, VA, March tfi ?- Dr. J. a. <". Chihdler, or Richmond .Tudge R. H. L. Clilcheater and E. .1 smlth, a commlttee of the board (. visltors of the Prederlckeburg stan Normal School, hav- gom; over tfli property here rec< n-tly chosen for th _lt. for the school. lu oOmpany with I Undscape artlst, wlth tlie view of sc lectlng Fituation-: for the varloui bulld Ing.. The questlon of a .sultable ap proach to tl"' prop.-rty was also con sidered. It Is expected tliat work oi the grounds wll) begln IH a slior tlme. Hon. R. L. Gordon, Jr., of I?ouli<i countyi has .-old his handiomo renl ftence nenr Louisa Courthouse to II H. Llde. the conslderatlon belng J3,_0( H. XV. Wlllenboucher has sold t .Toini L. Moulter a residence on Prlnees Anne Ptreet, In lhl_ clty, ndjolnlnt his home, on private tenn_. C. B. Maddox ha* porclia-'ed of i C. I'arrott the Hotel Ptedmont, a Orange Courthouse. BAHB.-K IS RKARRESTED. Ile Hunt Now I'ne*. Court on t'harsi of llluniiM. f_>pocl?l to Thr Thin-.-Dinpatch.l NORFOLK, VA. March 15.?Micheb Attr-.c. h barber. formerlv located ii vthls city. who wa.s arrested ysfcterda' Wafternoon in Rlehmond on the cliarp of non-supnort, itworn out by hia wlf?! was arraigned ln the Pollce Court tii! morning. He iv.j sent on to the Cor poratlon Tourt. and in addltion he Wll faoe a charge of bipamv. it belm clalmed that lie was married to a wo man ln Now Tork prlor to his mar rlase wlth the woman who Is suin; hlm here. In the court to-day Arte.e adn.lt ted that he had vnt his wife but $ slnCe la-t Ausrusfc but declared that I wa.s up to his wife to llve with htn or contlnue her suit for separatloi High wllh two cbll . bond for his an Isrher roiirt Arte? irre. ted on the Mg 81 IT rillt OAMAOF,. C. W. Iin.llrv Wlll A?k S10.000 n<< Rc ?ult ?f l-'ormer i.Itlcatlon. ISnoclnl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch ! STAUNTON, VA.. March 15.?G. "A Dudley to-day filed in the Corporatlo Court notlce ..f h suit for $10,000 dam .?it;ef against Frank XV. Trimble, wealthy man of Baltlmore. one of th offl.-era aud stockholders of tlie Dudle [FROM NKW VoitK WOhLD, <""!'. 20, 'OS.l PRISON HARDSHIPS AFFECTED AFTER LIFE One ,,r iim iiio,.t Intercstlrlg rtxperf errcea limt Itus bdon rtc'ordod ln e"6n nei -tlon wlth tl.c Cooper remcdlc.". whlch nr. Ii6w b"lng ox.eiislvely sold ln tliia clty, Ih related by Mrs. tfohry Btratthiann. ot JflC Bas't Tenth Street. New York. Mrs-- Striitlniami (Jescrlbes tho case of licr husband, ;i veteran of the Civil War, who _pent eleven morttha ... hla ..'-rvlee in Ander. unvllle I'rlson. Sl,. :..iv. : '?My husband had stomach troubt. for niaiiv yeahs. lie waa ror thlrty fon? y.-.-in, employed In a sdgsr re nni ry. lie la an old soldier of tir Civil wm-. ind durlng that BtruggU' waa incarcerated for eleven montha iti AnderSOnvllle Prison. As a result of t-.'? hai'dshlps Imposcd upon hlm rft that time, lie lias never had a healthy '.ce. .- pa -i twelve years, how oubi. (tradiially became itad, and forjieVeral years suffi red terrlbly, Hc not ?ry sparlngly and se< me i doalre for food. Llquids 'formed hla prlncipal diet. a. solid food hurt hlm and nindc. Iho piiin more "Doctors were corisulted, but fatletl j io heip lilm. Orifl doctor dlsgndeed his I trouble aa cancer el lha stom.ach, ahil j held out no hopo, Uf also trled 11 number or remedles that wore recorn? meridedi but mlffht ns well liave save'1 hl_ money for all the good they did. I Ahout two montha ago he waa per. tftiaded to give tha GoOpef remedffea a ] trial, and prncured a trcatiiiPiit ol I Cooper's New Dlscovery, i "Now he I.s well. I hnve nol seen liiin lo oU SO Ktroni; and henrty ii yeftra. He feels splen?-ldr*and eata am I itm.i of food he llkes. Ail ihe palr ' has dlsuppeared, and be ls orttir.-l.. free from go i wt deeply apprectalg what Cooper's New Dlscovery lins don. foi lilm. and having proved It to be . soverelgn stomach medicine, we do not healtate tO freely recommend It to al' ! who suffer from stomach dlsordera." CoCpef's New Dlscovery ls now ot jsalc at !'-:i(iiiiK drUgglstS everywhere | lf you ar? unable to get it from youi local drugglat, noiii;- The Cooper Medl I rlno Company. Dayton, Ohio. DR OPS DEAD A T SOUTH BOSTON .-ddinc and Bllling Machlne Company locatf-d here. ln tuo suits against thi company brought by Dudley, trled her. ia.-; week, Trii-.bu- was a wltness, an H i. s^id Ihat the Sliil is based 01 Btatementa made on the v.itness s-tan. \>y Trlmble reflecting un Dudley'a ca paclty as a mechanlc. Dudley is tht j 111 ven tor of an addlng machine anr manager of the company manufactur | ing it here. *?" ** m_ ot am Honored by Women When a woman .speaks of her silent sccrct suffering she trusts you. Millions have bc stowed this mark of confi dencc on Dr. R. V. Picrce, of Buffalo, N. Y. Every where there are women who bear wttness to the wonder working, curing-power of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ?which saves the sujfering srx from pain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak ne. ses and stubborn ills. IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG IT riAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal was ever misdlrected or her con fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to the World's Dispensarv Mbdicai, Association, Dr. R. V. Piercc, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Or. Pltrce's Pleasant Pcllcts inducc mlld natural bowel movement oace a day. Our Superior Glasses not only givo perfect vision, but sooth and comfort the eyes. The reason is, wo ltnow how and render expert servlce in every department of our buslneas. Our complete Optical Manufacturing Plant enables us to grind tho most compllcated leuses niinutely accurate on short notice, Prescription work is our spccialty. Wc are lieadquarters for KODAKS, PHOTO SUP l'LIKS, ART1STIC DEVELOPINO and PRINTING. Send us your mail orders. The S. Galeski Optical Co., Broad and Third THE ONLY PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT FOR THE LIQUOR HABIT. SAFE, SURE AND PERMANENT. WE USE NO HYPERDERMIC INJECTIONS. REIDSVILLE, N. C. MURPHY'S HOTEL ANNEX, Richmond, Va. 1725 Eye Street. 'Vashington, D. C. ?fSSSmSSSStSSSSSSSSSmSSSSSSSSSSSSSS' v?<__i_?_?aM?-__>___B_v__H-?iMa__*_JS3B5 [. L EIUIS SOIITH BOSTO-* j Ex-Mayor and Prominent Busi? ness Man Dies While Wa'king in Yard. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. J I SOUTH BOSTON, VA? March 15.?B. ! L. Evans, a well known eitlzen of this j place. died suddenly of apoplexy about ! '-'.30 o'clock this morning. Hc was in | his front yard on Washington Street | when -.ricken. The news spread over the town rapidly, und was a shock t > j his many friend-. I Mr. Evans was fifty-two years of | age, and a meniber of the Presbyterian Gliurch at thia place. He had been a resldcnt of South Boston i'or the past j twenty-slx years, and, was at one tlme > a eapitalfst. Ho was a member of the Town Council a nunibei of times, and j was also Mayor of the town two terms. He was engaged ln the lumber busl ! ness here for a number of years. | Ile leaves a wife. who was beforo i lier marriage. Miss Mlnnle Blanton. of I Farmville, and ten children?Mlssus ', ".tildi-.d. Pattie, Nita, Eiizabeth, May I land, Dorotliy, and John, Edwin, Wil I Ham and Trent Evans. The funeral ! wlll tike place front the resldenc-. j Tuesday afternoon at -I o'clock, nnd in? terment will be ninde in Oakridge Cemetcry. MORE! TRAINING NECESSARY. Work of North C'urolina Mcu on Ranffc Dtscuuragtllj.. I RALEIGH. N. C, March 15.?Dc rclarlng that lf men of the North Caro. , llna National Ouard are to continue participate ln the annual shoots ai Camp Perry, Ohio, more attentlon must be paid to training the men by tha offlcers at home, Adjutant-Gcneral T R. Robertson, iu his annual report just from tlie Stato Printer, states that iho showlng made by the men at Camp Perry last summer was actually dis? couraging. Ile tirges that the men cf all three rcgiments bc glven at leas; ten days' training on the State range ut Morehead thls summer. The repo.-t says tlie general condition of the North Carolina Ouard Is very much better now than ever beforo, nnd that the recent formatlon of the Coast Artlllery i ls a decided advance in the .matter o"f .mllltary organization and equipment. ; He regrets that a number of the com? panles in the State are still rather las ' in the matter of care of the equip? ment furnished, and daclares that any one who will devlse some effectual j system of enforclng proper care will do ,the service a graat beneflt. Young Mnn Drowna, [Special to Tlie Times-Dispatch ] SOUTH BOSTON. VA., March 15.? Plummer Jones, son of Sam Jones, of thls place, was drowned at Hyco Falls, a f,ew miles below thls place, Saturday, He was wlth a party flshing, and en deavored to wade out to an Island, get? ting beyond his depth. He waa about twenty-two years of ago. IWIiMEltS OIIGANIZE.. Tliey Will Take Vn Study of Pro K'l'U.-MlVK . IctllllllK. (Special to Tlie Tlm_s-DI_patch.] GREENSBORO, N, C, March 15.?At a co-operatlvo meetlng here to-day of the Board of County Conimlssloners, tho public school teachers, numberlng nearly one hundred, and over two hundred prominent and. actual farm? ers, lt was nnanlmously decided to not only enllst ln tlio "Boys" Conipetl tive Corn-Growlng Contest," under the supervlsion of the State Agrlcultural Department, but to organlze a Gullford county boya' contest. wlth addltlonal rouh/lj prlee, "f $iu? tn cflah prdrtilufrii tor thi Beal yleld_ on one acre o .-.nn grown by boy_ between th<- ligei Ot 13 and 18, a county i ommlttee ti BCt Ulld.r tii'- StfttO riib.. . omp.i. cl 0 tttesar . IV. c. Michael. Joiin W. Wliaf ton. l.?. II. C'Oblo, .1. A. I I.i. kin. MU ItUgM Gray, Waa a up.iiiiie.l, and lln farmer bnv." corn OOfitflst hrlKRde 0 Oullfurd county Wlll be organUad li tlnifi for the comlng corn crop, lt wns nlsri decided tO havo ;i corn tcwtlng day for tlie farmora of Guil ' ford at ap early a. day ?s the Na ,tionBi Departtnenl bt Agricultufc, Uli I der chtttgo of State Ag.-nt Hudaon can iiHine. ] After thn t'.-at-hcr.. had ndjoiirne? there was a special meetlng of th [farmers ahd county cominlssioners t I .-..nslrlr-i- nnd dlHciiHs a pioposltloti fo i tlio establishinent of farm demonatra | tion work In Gullford county, and th lemployrnent of a county demonstratfO; agent. After lnutual dlftru'-'slnns amom i tbe farmers nnd the commi-. loners, I - wa:; un. nhrj ,isly decided by lhe farm jer_ present thst the county commls ,. loncr.'-i at once proceed to BOlecf competent and publlc-splrlted farme to organlze nnd superlntend tlie farr j demonstration work, al. a cost not t i exceed $".*< pcr month for the next sev | en montha. II was an enthusiastic and har monlous nieetin ?r. showlng that th progressivo farmers and publlc schoc j teachef* of Gullford nre ripe for tii ? movement', comlng Iri auch large num I bem on such an lnclement day. Prlor to tlie action, the jolnt meet I Ings of teachers. farmers and count i comml. sloncrs- were addrnsaed by C. 1 ! Hudaon. special agent of the Unlte !-ilatef Department of Agriculture, wh Ideacrtbed tlie work of the demonstra i tlon farms In the alxteen countle ! of the State where they have bee iln use for the post year, nnd Bhown what splendid results had followed i ' every county. the practical applica ! tlon of modern and improved method i of preparation of soil. appllcatlon c i fertillzer and rotatlon of crops. nn tlie BClence of seed selectlon. Ther i Ih no more progre.sive set of farmer In tlie Stale than those of Guilfor county. but tliey reallzo tliat to kee In tlie front rank. there muat be prnc tlcal co-operative effort along llne dernonstrated to be valuable in othf countlea. They took hold wlth a wl to-day. there not belng a diseordar note durlng the whole session. Ht'Kl_n? IIln Pimtorntc. [Spiclai to The Tim .s-Dispalch.l ROANOKE. VA., March ir>.?Rev. I C. V. Campbell, who has been pasto nor tlie Piesbyterlaii Church of Salem " alnce l'89G, reslgned sunday morning. " j He stated that tt was upon advice of ihls physlcian, and that he would IIII a j tbe pulpll once each week untll the ,j I meetlng of the presbytery, on May ... 0 I when he would lcave for Bcrkley - j Springs to rt-side untll his health was restored. y IUSKS ALI. POR OlltL. d Marlne l.eavca Navy for Sokc of Vlr n t-.lnln Sivretli. urt. PH1LADELPHIA, PA., March 1_.~ . His Infatuatlon for pretty Mlllie Mc Clarlon, elghteen years old, whom he n met ln a penny nrcade ln Market Street d durlng Gnrlatmaa week, and whom he u ! married last Tliursday. may lead to . , trouble for Benjaniln F. Smlth, a ma l? ' llne stationed at tbe Philadelphla navy . |5*.rd.. He has heen absent without - leave since Saturday week, and. unleaa cl ' he report.. to the navy yard olflclals ei before Wednesday, ho wlll be ela-5sed v I as a deserter. d I According io lhe storv related by the brlde'a sister, Mrs. Sylvan I'hjlds, Of 1133 Cathortno Street, yesterday af? ternoon, MIhh McClarlon left home Thursday wlth the young marlne. He? parents. who llve ln Unlotivllle, Va? ob.icctcd to lhe marriage. Attlred In clvillan dresf, Smith took tho young woman to Cnr.iden, where they were married. Thelr present whereabouts aro unknown to the fam? ily. The young wife wrote her sister recently that she and her husband were living at 14.0 Montrose Street, but people at that address denv R. News of Petersburg \ ._. & A Tln_r-5-Dlsiiiit.il Bureau. 10. North .-iycam.ire Street, I'etersburg. Va., Marcli IS. The tndlcatlona an- that the boari -f dlrectors of the Young Men's Chris lan Assoclatlon will be called upon t< ult'.il its pledge to tlie young men ol he city. should sufneient interest b( Does not Color the Hair Ayer's Hair Vigor Stops -ralJir-.S- Malr Destroys Dandruff An -Elegant Dressing Makes Hair Grow Composed of Sulphur, Glycerin. Quinin, Sodlum Chlorld, Capsicum, Sage, Alco? hol, Water, Perfume. Ask your doctor his opinion of such a hair preparation. J. 0. AVElt COMP. KT. rj.W-.ll. .M?M. _ LetUs Do Your Upholstering. Parlor Suits. Couches and Odd Pieces reiipliolstered. Mattresses renovated, Furniture siin Cov ers made to order. Chairs re? covered. and all kinds of Wlllow and Rattan Furniture repalred and reseated. Prlces very low and work the hlghest quality. Sydnor & Hundley, (Incorporated) 709-11-13 East Broad Street. Factory?402 North Seventh Street Phone 3204. The Thrif ty Housewife Is the one who has her kitchen equipped with a Direct Action Gas Range AND A Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet SPECIAL Matting Druggets, $^1.98 In the prettie5t patterns you ever saw^?size 9x 12 feet. Special price $4.98. Ryan, Smith & Co. Masonic Temple. Ishown to cndeavor to ralse money for the bulldlng- and equipment of a rnod | crn association home. The pledge of the board is that It wlll use it_ best j efforts to ralse an amount not cn ceedlng J.u.OOO, t.ie aum of $100 for [every guaranteed Jio annual member ! shlp fee. The young- men have Btarted ! acttvely to work to secure members, land reports to-day indlcate the most gralitying success. They are alming to secure $4,00o iu memberahlp feea, wbicb would more than cover the an? nual current expenses of the home. Already a large number of inember ship pledges navo been made, and the .vork ol the canvasslng committo has only just begun. As has been prevtous ly stated In thls connectlon, the board of directors otvns a handsome lot on Washington Street, held as a site for the new home. Thls lot has been paid for, and some thousands uf dollars are .n hand as a nucleus for the building .und. The llbrary at the old assocla -ion is intact and ls available as a lucleus for a new and larger llbrary. _'here seems now no doubt that asso? ciation work is to be resumed ln Pe? tersburg:. Ueiitli of a Veteran. James II. Hargrave, a well-known citl_en of tho West End. died qulte suddenly Saturday nlght ut hia resi? dence, on Pearl Street. Deceased wa_ about slxty-tivo years of age, and was a Confederato veteran of good record. Ile serv-ed ln Mahone's Brlgade, and was a member of A. P. Hill Camp. The camp turned out to the funeral this afternoon and burled thelr com? rade wlth honors. Mn, Hargrave is survived by several children. .?---? iu General. W. V. Temple, of thls city, and Miss Oleia Holloway, of Ettrlck, were mar? ried ln Halifax, N. C, on Saturday. A special meeting of the Chesterrteld Development Company will be held in the Chamber ot Coninierco Building in this clty to-morrow nlght to discuss plans for perinanently Improving the Turnpike l:oad from this clty out to Swift Crtek. There aro valuable prop ertlea on both sldes of thls road for some mlles out. Kenneth W. Harrls and bride, noo Miss Ida ftodgers, havo returned from thelr wedding trip. Tho marriage ceremony was performed ln Hlchmond last Wednesday. In the Police Court thls morning Albert Southall, a negro, was flncd J25 and costs for buying llquor i'or a colored boy, whlcll tho two shared. The police yesterday arrested two partles of negro crap-shooters, whom they found playing ln difforent parts of the city. One of the partles, seven ln number, wa? playing ln the rear of a church, Mrs. Clarence MIftlcton, who was operated on several days ago In the Petersburg Hospital, ls in a erltical condition. fhlld ACeUJcntnllj- Polsoucd. A little two-and-a-half-ycar-old sou of John Spidell, residlng on Lombard Streot, accldcntally got hold of u bot? tle contalning inorplilno thls after? noon and swallowed some of tho con tents beforo belng* dlscovered. The child waa made extremely III, and though Dr. Hoy was sunimoncd and worked hard ou the case, his condi? tion la erltical, Tlie regular monthly meetlng of tht Baptist Sunday School Assoclatlon wai held yesterday afternoon at Wood lawn Church, ln Chesterfield county Reports from the varlous aehooh showed gratlfying attendance durlng the past month. A. M. Hlll was elected to the ofne. of elder of the Second Presbyteriai Church at . a congregational liieetlnt lieid yesterday morning. "NEA.t--.l_I.lt" SAI..OOAS CLOSB. I.viulibur c Plncen Uui. liu_|tl_-_ . ou Ad? vice ?t Coniuilaaloucr. |>'. _ ,i_i t_ The Tlmaa.pi.patch.] I.VNCIIBUriCS, VA.,- March 10.?Wil? liam II. Snead, cominissloner of th. revenue, has advlsed all local deal? ers ln "ncar-beer" to close, and at noor Mr. Snoacl stated that us far aa tit knew all of tho placca had closed un? der thls advice. When the saloona closed by opera? tlon of the December electlon a num? ber of them romalned open und wer? selllng "neur-beer," or what 1s torme. "malt cMract." ln section 23 1-2 of th. Byrd llquor law, but when the SuprC'W Court of tho State rendered a declsloi last week beariii-T upon tlie same soc j tlon lt was deonieil advlfinbl. to advlsi itli(j( don. ors to close, Saturday aft-.-i noon several of the dealers closed, an< I to-day. upon hearlng of the matter. a Ifur as the commlssionor's offloe wa advi-.t'd, all of tlm rest had beun close Lomwd^ndiw-i CITY COAL CO.twen*-" inth and Dock Buy of us and realize how cheaply and yet comfortably you can heat your home with our Guaranteed Fuel. Nothing is carried in stock which is too cheap to recommend. Here are some of our offerings: Anthracite Nut No. 2 Good Heating Coal at a Very Low Price, Per Ton $4.50 The Best Sawed Pine $2.75 Per 1-2 Cord $6.25 For 1 Ton Soft Coal 1-4 Cord Sawed Pine on samo load. Only $6.39 For the Best Virginia Anthracite Per Ton. For Cooking and Furnaces 1-2 Ton. Egg Size Soft Coal Per Ton $4.50 A SNOW-STOR Wlll do untold damagte to tho roof. Ofttlmes lt Is cheaper to put on a new than to repalr tho old. Your requlremtnta can better be rnet at our place tlian clHc.vhere, for wo carry a complete line of Painted, Calvanized, Bcato id Rubber, Carey'a Magneaia TIN PLATE WRITE fS FOB ntlCES. BALDWIN & BROWN, Inc, General Hardwire, .1557 Eaat Main Street, Richmond, Va. TRACKS: No. 13 C. & O.: Seventeentli Street. Southern: No. l. S. A. I. WAREB.OUSES: Seventeentli Street; Cary Streot. Delicious Coffee-whfdotfule our coffee generally complain. "BON TON" BLEND, 25c per !b. or 5 lbs. for $1.10 Will show you the importance and pleasure in using our perfectly roasted coffees that satisfy. HERMANN SCHMIDT, 504 to 508 Eaat Broad Street. Phonea 369 and 3999 Pure Groceries, Wines, Deltcateseen, Cigars. Prompt Attentlon to Mail Ordera. Catalog Free Edlson Phonographs Records, . Cabinets, All Supplies Wholesale, Retail C. B. Haynes & Co., Phone 6227. 603 East Main WE DO REPAIRING ITS YOUR FAULT. You Need Not Suffer. RHEMMfituH?SlSj?f Drlve-, uui <-?.-U ali iu, wnich 1:1111.,-. Rhcumatism, Gout, Lumbago and kin dred Ills. A thoroughly harmless bloo.1 elcanser. A trial wlll convlnce you. At all drugglsts. or riione D23. (_> removea a_l "'"vr* ?*? sweillng ln 8 10 _0 days; 30 to 60 days effoctB permanent nurc. Trial treat? ment Kiven free to sufterers; nothlng falrer DR. H. H. GREEN'S SONS, Bo_ K. Atlanta. The Purchase of a Piano I_ a step forward ln muslcal education. lt-; s wcjetnosa of tonc and Its uticiueslloned dviru blllty appeal.. to every one of lnuslcal educa? tlon. Sold direct froin tho nialter. CHAS. M,' ^TIFFF 205 E. Broad Street L B. SLAUGHTER, Manager. <3 Just Received Extra Fine Lot of Genuiae Smithfield Jowls Agents for Deerfoot Farm Sausage. R. L. Christian & Co. 816-818 E. Main Street. Phonea 41 and 2788. Ask for Catalogue. Where you can securo a water proof Cravenetfca and Silk Ruii beiized Garments for men, \vof men and children, At 50c on the Dollar and Less. Specialists in Raincoat Specialties. BUV DIRECT FROM TIU. MANUFACTUIIERS; Guarantee Raincoat Co. 403 East Broad St. TABLE d'HOTE The Jef f erson Hotel WILL. SERVE Table d'Hote Dinners ON Saturday and Sunday Evenings from 6 to 9 P. M. at $1.50 each. Reservatlon of tables can l.o mado. I by coinmuuleutitif. with P. M. I-'UV Manager Men's Sample Shoes and Oxfords Sale $2.65.