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WOOD TO REMAIN
HEAD OF PRISON Davis Has Opposition as Farm Superintendent, but Gets Every Vote. By unanimous vote ot the board of directors. Major James B- Wood was last nlRht re-elected Superintendent of the State Penitentiary for the term of four years beginning January 1, 1012. For a similar term. Captain T. J. Davis was rr.-olecled superintendent of the Btntc prison (arm. The namo of R. 14. Moore, of Char? lotte county, was proposed as bend of the farm. Mr. Moore filed bis letter of application, together with Indorse? ments from his friends. Both names were before the board, hut when the roll was called Captain Davis received every vote. No other name, than that of Major Wood was suggested for nuperlntend ent of the penitentiary. Resolutions were adopted and orlnred spread upon the minutes Ii.unking bulb these oltlclnls tor the able and thor? oughly satisfactory manner In which they have performed their duties. Malor Wood was elected two .veins afro to (111 the uncxplred term of tho lute Major ISvan V. Morgan. He lum made, a record for humanitarian treat" muht of convicts which has attracted much attention. Cniitul'n Mavis's ad There is Nothing "Just as Good" as Duffy's Pure MS Malt Whiskey Established in IH60 ' UlVscnipulous dealers may toil you tbeire is, but tin y are mindful of their profits only. A half century of undoubted hticcess has naturally brought forward ittiitat?ri. The "Square" Merchant ha' Duffy's Pure Mali Whiskey, und will tell you there is nothing "jusl as good.';' Sohl by druggists, grocers and ilealers In sealed bottles, price $1.00. If you can't procure it, lei ns know und we will tell you how to obtain It. Write for free doctor's advice and book of recipes for table and sick room. The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y. ministration of the farm has also been commend nil by the legislature. News of South Richmond: South mehotpiid Hureau. Th? T|ni<?-l.?l?p.ile!i. 10:o Hull rHrect, Phone Mr..II?..11 Jtl With Captain t'anion .McCarthy, fixuir At ojntant. ?? the principal speaker, the niilnl meeting of ihe Hwaimboro Olrle Im? provement League wan held an nlicht In .raley'i Hall, Rwnn.boro. hallowing Cap. tMin McCarthy many of tlie leading ctllacm ga\?> ?hurt tallt?. among them b. Iw Ren 1'. I Owen. W. H. Price, \v. A. Horner. C*. O.! l*U(|?ia aid w. j Morrlisctt?. About flfly enthusiastic men hnd sath-r<-<1. .1. ' . Uluke, who ??> Instrumental hi tbo organisation of II.?: league, ws? uhanltn?itaiy ehpscn n* the temporary chairman, ami VV. ?I. Morrltnette nr ti mporary secretary. IToi lowlng the speeches ih?* hu?la',M? of the or Rlrilratlon \%:ip taken and officer* elcct --I follow.: J, <\ liinko, president; Ur. .1. <}. Loving1, vir?-president: w. S. Clem? ent?, secretary, and George ?. Barrett, trenetir* r Aft<r illfunelnc the ?anltary condition of Iii? u.wn. ttio public K-hoo! and the county Ihances, .i resolution n*ai offered and passed aeViina Board of Supervisors uf tho Gastric Catarrh Vli-o-na Stomach Tablets Give Splendid Results and Act Quickly Gastric catarrh is recognized by the following symptoms, which point to the Stomach as the seat of the trouble: Loss of appetite, nausea or sickneu at the stomach, belching of gas. heartburn or sour stomach, furred tongue, ronsti p.tted bowels, tenderness over the region id the Stomach, slow digestion of food and sensation of weight at pit of stomach, depression of spirits, dreaming and rest? lessness at night, lack of energy or weari? ness and offensive breath. For any or all of the above symptoms MI-O-NA stomach tablets give remark? able results and is the treatment par ex? cellence. MI-O-NA stomach tablet? are guaran? teed by Tragic Co. to end indigestion or dyspepsia, or catarrh of the stomach, or whatever you choose to call your stomach misery-. ?r money back. In five minutes they stop sourness, heaviness, gas eructations and like ail? ments. Fine for the stomach the morn? ing after the social session, for sea and' car sickness and vomiting of pregnancy. 50 cents at Tragic Co.'s and druggists everywhere. AN OLD ADAGE SAYS "A light purse is a heavy curse" Sickness makes a light purse. The LIVER is the seat of nine tenths of all disease. go to the root of the whole mat? ter, thoroughly, quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition. Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body. Take No Substitute. Can Cancer Be Cured? IT CAN Tho record of tho Kellum Hospital la without parallel In history, having cured to stay cured permanently, with? out the ubo of the knife or X-ray, over ? 0 per cent, at the many hundreds of sufferers from cancer which ft has treated during the past fifteen years. We have been endorsed by the Senato and Legislature of Virginia. We guar? antee our cures. Physicians troalcd free. KELLAM HOSPITAL 1017 Went Main Street, ItlCnMOND. - - - - VMlfJI.N.A. ADVERTISING THAT IM: U.S. Wo have men In our office who can maks Advertising copy fairly bristle with ?elline points: other men who.actually "think In picture.." Experience ha. taught thorn how to produce advertising that will "get tbo business." Our orgnnlzut>on Is at vour ser? vice Advice freo. BTiBEMAN ADVERTISING AQEN'CT, I NC, Mutual Building. Richmond, .. .. .. Virginia. 'Phone Madison 2413 W. Fred. Richardson. funeral dirbcton and bmbXlmer, Main and Helvidcrc Streets, Phone3, Madison 843. day. Monroe ? 42. -*7ht. g,-TEX AMERICAN a\n?EOROPB?t AXXJrOJ kl county, which meets to-day. to nuk<- a thor? ough investigation lino the booke of Iho county treasurer fro'ii the time he went Into office, u ihr protont Investigation which lit now 'jrini; conducted I? only covering the pant tew yca'ra, f barged With Forger}. Charged with xt ??::?? und attempting to obiatn money under lalae pretenses, Ray? mond Haber, eighteen year* old. and '.?Dickie*: Cox, twenty years old. of south Richmond v -r- placed linder ?rreit yeit?r> day afternoon uy OBtccr Traylor, >>t oak ?Irove; where thti alleged oflenso wub com-I niltted. I The plan of the youthful pair, while very clever, failed. Knowing that Fletcher Skln nci WS* und-.r arrest on a minor cbsrgo. It Is Bll?ge-I i)iut Cox, with a note algned with Bkinnerfa name, waa to go to the- ho:n? of Mm.* Skinner, a xrandmother. of Fletcher, ar.d get ti la p>: the an-- i>< iccure his re lease. Here Ihe plan feil through. Suspect Iiik something wrong, Iba authorities had turned Skinner ioo>... and wer? ualng tiiin as u bolt. Cox unsuspectingly walked Into the trap and presented hl? note. Cos wag told to return In ?n hour Fletcher, who ws.? filling by the tire. was dispatched for Officer Traylor. who ?oon arrived ar.d ??? concealed near the door. The ball rang and, much to th<; surprise of all, Uaber with a similar note waa at the door, lie was Im? mediately placed under arrcat. Cox. scent? ing trouble, became alarm-id and went to hla horn-', --hanged clothes and was wait? ing for a car when caught by Traylor, who ?ninv up Irom th<? rear. Cox and Babe.- were taken to the Rich? mond City .lall, a? there ti no place of de? tention In this section of the county. They are held for hearing before Magistrat? Chcatham In Oak Grove Saturday. I taw PiislponerL H-eaus. of the Illness r.f Jams- L Shsi-,| ion, counsel for the plalntin. the suit of W. t.. Stagg, assignee, ngalnal the Soith Atlan? tic Insurance company, which waa set for yesterday, -.van Indefinitely postponed by Judge Kin--- II. Wells; o| Hustings Court. Part ? On account of the holiday no case* will be heard to-day. The clerk's olflco will be open for a few hours In the morning, hut will close about noon. Close With Inn List. In a, whllwlnd finish the campaign for ISO membert of the Souihsldc branch of the Voting; Meo'a Chrtatlan Association closed last night with the lull number and with an additional tea on the waiting Del. This announcement, which means the success of | the movement to secure for South Richmond i the tlrat benefit of the (.-".tension work of the V. M. i". A., was greeted with cheers1 >?y more than seventy-five boys who galh 0T?d in the old qart?-rs of the Dixie Athletic Chili to hear the returns. H?cker Parkinson, captain of the 'Ircon t'-ain, easily led In the conteat. H.v his In? defatigable work thirty-three, boya wore signed up. Hit- nearest competitor, Den In Fr?ni. socurad ten others. While there I? a bin difference In the number. Dan. who la a much smaller boy, worked under great difficulties, and la deserving of rnuth praise. Property Transfer?. The rapid rise In South Richmond property values was Illustrated In a practical man? ner by two deeds recorded by Clerk Pu Val, of Hustings court. Part J. yesterday. In February, iSd?. the property described ns fronting twenty-seven feet on aouth line of Derntur Streit between Klghth and Ninth was purchased by .Tnmet- Mooney for 1150, and was sold by hint yesterdav to Kva A. G?odic for Jl.soo. For tJii) and other considerations Willis C. Piilllam traneferrerl to XIUs Mary Walker hU tllle In a piece, uf property dercrlbed as WEl?fEATfERT Forerast: Virginia?Fair Thursday! and Fridayi rial ok temperature Fridayi i moderate went winds. North Carolina?Fair Thursday! cold? er on the ciin?t- Friday fair, rising temperature; moderate aorfhnrsl winds. Spcelnl l.ncnt Iintn for Yeaterday. 12 noon temperature . It .1 1*. M. temperature . Maximum temperature up to s P. M. .Minimum temperature up to 8 r. M. 37 1 Mean temperature . Id I Norms temperature . 4F>' Kxet-mh .n temperature . 1 Deficiency in temperature since March I . HI1 Accum, deficiency In temperature since January I . Deficiency in rainfall since March 1 . 6.24 I Accum, deficiency in rainfall since January 1. 6.?l 1 Local 'Observation 8 I?. M. Yesterday. Tempera i tiro. 37 Humidity . i7 W ind--direction .North Wind?velocity ..' 7 'W cut her .Cloudy S4 14 I'OXTMTIONS IX IMPORTANT t ITIIiS. (At s P. M. Unstern Standard Time.) Place. Thor. II. T. I.. T. Weather. Ashe> llle .... 20 nR Atlanta . 2S : Atlantic i.'lly . Hti I Huston . SO liultnlo . CalKory . :;fl Charleston ... 10 Chicago , Dei 11 puliith . 24 i ialveston ... ;(ti ll.ittcras .... li> Havre . 10 Jn'cksonvllls,. 42 ! Kansas City.. 22 i Louisville ... 21 Montgomery.. 84 New <irlciina. :;s Sew York.... "!> Noi l oik . H Oklahoma ... 2^ I I'lttshi'irgfh . . 2S llalelali . 3S HI. LoUlS .... 2e Si. Paul . 32 i Sun Francisco i?2 I ?f-.vannnh . .. 40 rtpoltahe . 3 ( I Tampa ...... SO Washington.-. 34 Winnipeg .... 20 I Wvtheville . . 22 ?11 46 44 I I 2& ?4 10 ? 8 10 46 til 44 3 I its 26 26 1:4 10 20 20 14 28 48 32 42 8 24 28 36 14 6 48 42 24 50 34 If) Snow Cloudy Cloudy Clear P. cloudy I*. cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cloudy P, cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Cleor Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy P. cloudy Cleat Cloudy MINIATLIIF. ALMANAC. November 30, 1311. HIGH TID1C. Sun rises.... 7:06 Morning.... 11:37 Sun sets. Kvenlng.... .11:49. fronting eighteen f? et? on the east lino of Vweiily-sccond n?ar fortnr Street. Thanksgiving Services. ThanlisKlvlnp services will be held In the i Mond? Memorial Church this morning at 101 o'clock, The rector. Bev. T. G, Warren, will | conduct the service. , Itev. 1*. W. l/inc, the pastor of tho Cownr- | IIit Avenue Christian Church, will preneh nt i ttie union service which win be held In the I Third Christian Church, nirhmond. this j morning nl 11 o'clock. The t.t nd-n-Iltind Boclety of the Baln-'l bridge Street Church Will Klve a benefit show I In the Pastime Theatre two nights, com- i menolng Monday. The performance will he J for the benefit of th-- building fund. To Address- F.Ike. The nntiun: memorial ?>rvlccH of the south j Itlehtnond Ijudgr of Elks will be held Sun- J day uflernoon at o'clock. Job nl l.niitb will be the orator for the occasion, j rii. services ?III be conducted In the i-rcs-! byteiinn Church, at Tenth and Porter I Streets, or which the R(V. .lohn J. Fix Is i the pastor. runer.nl hi Mle* Gibber, j Th'> funeral Of Mise Mary Gibber, asvd' KlxtY-Olll- years, vho rit?d Tuesday |n ni^-h- ' in-.inI. will he bold from the home of her I brother. George 13. Olbbeei jyto Hull Street, j Hwansboro. this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tint Itev, N. i.. Lofton, pastor ,,' the Clopton Mt"i liaptlsl Church, will officiate. The burlul ?Iii be in Maury Cemetery. Death of Mrs. tiarhcr. j Mrs. Louise Garber. aged sixty-tan years, wife of W. t?. Oarber, died yesterday morn-1 Inc nt th.- residence1 of her hnrband. "Vi I Muary Street. She Is survived, by her bus- I hand and -o-vcr.-il children Th* funeral ?rill, be held tl.ls afternoon at -> o'clock from i the home, ihf !tc%. J. J. rix offclaiing. The Interment win he lit Maury Cemetery. Personal Mention. m < Mrs. Charles Van Story and children, of Oroansboro. N. t.".. are the guests of Mrs. J. T. J??ett. e'nrlton Jawetl and Miss Joslo Jewett. of Port Norfolk, tvtio have been the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Idu IJ. Lloyd, have return I ed to their home. Mr. und Mri. James Blizzard, who have been visiting In New York have returned to | I their home Ht Forest Hill. Misses Lain Mayo and Krnma Umb are I i attending tile teachers- convention In K?r i folk. i Mr*. Albert Mayo, o: Petersburg. Is vis- 1 : Ing Mrs. I> .r. Walke. I Mr. and Mrn. W. .1. Carter and son, David, are the guests of Mrs. W. W. Archerln Hai? ti more. ( Master David L. Pulllam Is very ill at the I home of his parents at Forest Hill. Mrs. Mary JK.IlInc Snelllllgs, who recent-] underwent ? serious operation at the Me? morial Hospital, has returned to her horn.. Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. B-vlIlc. of I? \V?rt I Fifteenth Street, are visiting friends >\ .-ishlngtoii. BADLY MANGLED (.Special to The Tlmes-niapatcruJ Cape Charles, Va., November 29.?' John S. Annls, about thirty-three years ot age. was found dead by the trucks of the New, York, Philadelphia and , Norfolk Railroad, near Bloxom. early i this morning by the crew of a fast i freight train. ills head and body were j badly mangled. Whether he was struck . by a train or was dealt with foully j and his body placed on the track to ?create the suspleion that he was killed I by a train Is unknown. Annls was last I seen aJlv? In the neighborhood of i Pnrksloy last evening- He was married, ' and leaves a family. Xfe resided at i Qulifoi'd. EARLY HOLIDAY BUYING IN NINETEEN STATES .N'riIoiibI Cimsoratrs' Lcaarue Announce* Rtforra lleneflclol to More Kmployra. New York, November 29.?Nineteen States are doing their Christmas shop l>4ng early this year, and In the opin? ion of Mrs. Florence Kellcy, secretary I of the National Consumers' League, the other twenty-nine will be In line with? in the next decade. Durlnp Its thirteen years of life the league, has converted j the American merchant and a large proportion of the shopping public to Its creed. Mrs. Kolloy says, Its most recent disciple being one of tho largest department Htores In New York, which has agreed to keep open but two nights ?and those Saturdays?during the hol? iday shopping season. "Overworked saleswomen at Christ? mas will soon exist only in memory." Mrs. Kelley Bald to-day. "Time was when parents took their children to see the Christmas Eve crowds In the stores. To-day the father or mother doing so would be regarded almost as u murderer. "In fact. It is but little short of actual j murder for the public to compel frail ! women to work unreasonable hours Just at the season when they should | conserve their health. Statistics show that pneumonia claims more victims] early In January than at any other time. I believe that If It were not for j having weakened themselves by work? ing long hours in hot stores, women I and girls would not be so susceptible to i the disease." The leaKue also claims the credit of I the movement for bettering conditions or child -labor. Through its efforts I largely, Mrs. Kelley asserts, several States have recently adopted laws lim? iting the hours of labor for women to eight or ten- Test cases will be heard in Ohio. Washington and California during the winter, and in each case the league's counsel, Louis D. Brandcls, of Boston, will direct tho fight. From four local organizations In I New York, Boston. Philadelphia and Chicago, In 1899, the league has as I sumcd national form, with n member? ship of more than sixty organizations. Although the movement started in the East. Mrs. Kelley declares It is now growing most vigorously In the West? ern States. Klre at Whnleyvllle. [Special to The Tlmes-1 Mspntch.] Suffolk, Vs., November 29.?A lire at Whnleyvllle early to-day destroyed i three residences. An overturned lamp I started the blnze. GOVERNORS ISSUE PROCLAMATION They Find Much for Which Peo? ple Should Be Very Thankful. Grand Ruplls. Mich., November 29.? The Western Governors' special ar? rived in Grand RsjMs this aftornoon. President Clements, of the ?""rand Rap? ids Board of Trade, acted as official pilot from Kalamazoo. On the way from Kalamazoo the Gov? ernors fern Into executive Besslon, the rirst of the trip. One of the results of It was the adoption of ihe following Thanksgiving; proclamation: "On this., the eve of the day set apart by the President and the Chief Executives of the States for thanks? giving and prayer, the undersigned Western Governors on a tour of the East *p extend the greetings and good will of those they represent to thoir brethren in the older States, congrat? ulate the people of the nation upon the many blessings received and en? joyed by them during the past year. "The soil has j'ielded bounteously of its trensure, neither war nor pesti? lence has taken Its grim toll of their numbers: education and morality havo made noticeable progress; material comforts have multiplied and good citizenship has made decided advance BOHEMIAN BEER ? THE MOST;EXPENSIVELY BREWED BEER IN AMERICA SERVED] WHEREVER .QUALITY COUNTS Tie Pbfl G. Ke ly Co., be. Distributors. 1413E. Km St. PbonerM 1358 For a Case. E STROH BREWERY CO.. DETROIT, MICK. Wampany This Sale Offers the Biggest Bargains for Christmas Everything Has Been Plainly Tagged at the Lowest Selling Price. Is Selling Rapidly New and Used Pianos, /NN&LPMZM? and Player Pianos, Sheet Music, Albums, Books, Folios, Cabinets, Organs, Small Musical Instruments, Etc., at 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60% & 10% F,? These Big Discounts apply strictly to present stock, and will positively not be allowed on any of the Cable or Schubert line of Pianos to be received in the future. A CLEARANCE AND CHRISTMAS i Just prior to closing the deal between the Cable Piano Company and their successors, the Corley Company, several large orders were under construction in the factories of the Cable Company, and were booked for shipment to Richmond. This stock has arrived and is now on sale. There arc several carloads of the famous DeKOVEN, manufactured according to certain specifications made by us, and the DeKovcn has been sold on this market for years at the fixed and definite price of ?250.00. We are offering this special shipment for $200.00 on time contract and $180.00 cash. Remember, this piano will positively not be sold at these prices after this sale. Bargains That Will Be Eagerly Sought After One 5450 J. & C. Fischer Piano?Full mzc cabinet, A upright, rich rosewood case; slightly used; dinnn r? y% X $202.50 5225.00 on time; CASH. One $400 Chase Bros. Piano?Ebony case, ilighlly used, but in excellent condition; $160.00 on /r? t a a t\j\ time; CASH . $144.00 One $350 Kinftsbury Piano?Full size upright; slightly used; case shows a scratch or* two, but other? wise all right; carries the full factory war- flJO*)A CA rantee; $245.00 on time; CASH. Wbt?c\J?ij\J One $400 Cable Piano?Probably one of the very best values wc have offered. New model upright; flJOTO (\f\ slightly used; $280.00 on time; CASH. O?0?*UU One $300 Wellington Piano?Slightly used upright; good for long and satisfactory service; $180 <P 1 CO AA on time; CASH. ?>10Z?U? One $400 Schubert Piano?Used, but now in fine condition; a real bargain; $200.00 on time; CASH. One $300 Eastern Make Piano?Mahogar full size, ivorv keys; best nicke, finish; $180 <?t /?*> A A on time; CASH. <J> lOZ.UU $180.00 upright. Only a Few Shopping Days?Then Christmas?Buy Now If you want us to hold goods and deliver for Christmas, we will gladly and promptly do so. Successors Cable Piano Co. 213 East Broad St. t?*nl. and commercial activity und In- , du.sirial prowth have become moro pronounced nnd extended. "With so much to be thankful for, a grateful people should make the morrow Indeed a day of thanksgiving on which praise should be froely of? fered to Him from whom nil good and perfect things come. (Signed) "Edwin 13. Norrls. Governor of ..on tana: "K. S. Vcssey. Governor of South Dakota: * "James U. Hawley, Governor of Idaho: "John Burke, Governor of North Dakota; "Oswald West. Governor of Oregon; "Adolph ?. Eberhart, Governor of .Minnesota: "Joseph M. Carry, Governor of Wyo? ming; "Stephen R. Fitzgerald, Lleutennnt Governor Colorado." Governor Chase S- Osborn, of Michi? gan: Ideutenant-Governor Fltzgeruld, of Colorado; Governor Eberhart, of I Minnesota.and former Governor Barnes, of Washington, speaking at a mass me.etlntr in tho People's Church, of' this city, to-day. Joined in the decla? ration that woman suffrage Is a move? ment which is bound to sweep tho j country wlth'n the next few years, and were unanomous in their support of the movement, and in their praise of its operation in the States In which It Wim been tried. Onrrett?Mlnter. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] PocabonlHS. Va.. November 39.?Aj beautiful home wedding was solemn-' ized at the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Mlnter on East St. Clalr Street yesterday morning at 6:30 o'clock, when their daughter, Miss Annie Belle, was united In marriage to Earl V. Gar? ret t. of Lawrence, S. C. Thp parlors were tastefully decor? ated with cut Mowers and potted plants. The olrlclatinq: minister was Rev. Sam? uel W. Moore, of Blucfleld. W. Va. Mrs. Post-Office Hours To-Day Schedule of bours for the Rich? mond post-olllce for ThunsBl vlng liny, November 30, 101 It Executive Division wilt be open j from 8 to 10 A. 31. Money Order Division will be open from 0 to 10 A. M. I Registry Dlvtalon will be open i from 8 to 10 A. M. Stamp Window will be open from | S to 10 A. 31. General Delivery will be open from 8 to 10 A. 31. Carrier*)' Window will lie open from 8 to 10 A. 31. C'arrler? will tnnke deliveries a? follows) Three and four-trip oairler? will moke one delivery, beginning at 0 A. 3f., at the main office and Man? chester Station, and at OiHO A. M. at Station* "A" and **R." Two-trip | carrier.', will make one delivery, be- i trlnnlaR at f> A. 31. Regular boll day collections will be made, Station? will observe the name hour* a* ninln office. DlapHtchea to atntinnai >'.?.,?? H|45 A. 31.. Si.10 A. \i. ??II," ?HM? A. 31.. 8i:t0 A. 31. Edwin Mlnter, of Konova, W. Va.. ren? dered tho wedding inarch. The beat man wan II. A. Corbett. and Miss Lil? lian Sampselle. Qf Williamson. W. Va Was maid of honor. Maater Edwin Mndaey, carried th* ring; In a white lose. The bride entered with her father. After the wedding the couple left on tho i A. M. trBln for Lawrence. S. U. where they will spend their honey moon with the parents of Mr. Gar rett After u week's stay they will go via boat from Charleston, 3. C. to New. \ork, and will bo homo In that '.-Ityi after December 15. Verdict for Defendant. Verdict and Judgment for the defendant wer,, rendered yesterday in the City Circuit Court In the cas- of llichesnn ft t'rutchticld offiiln.-tt T. N. Kdwards. rite suit was for commissions claimed on the sale of prop j Don't Suffer With Dyspepsia, Indigestion. I Constipation or Other Stomach Troubles A Few Bottles of Gonquerine Will Restore Your Health and Make You Well and Strong. . A sour, gassy stomach is caused by food fermenting in the stomach instead of di? gesting. i Some people get in the habit of eating oast, others overload their stomachs; cthers, again, do not take enough exer ise. These habits will soon put the strong? est stomach out of order. It is then thiij you become thin, lose your appetite r,nd strength; you feel badly all the time. Go right to your druggist and get a 25c bottle of CONQUERING, eat just what I you want, when you want it, take a tea spoonful of CONQUERINE immediately I after e it ing, yourfood will digest properly and you will feel fine. You can prove to yourself that CON 1 QUBRIN'E is just what you need. CONQUERINE is purely vegetable. It is nature's own remedy, and will posi? tively cure the worse case of Dyspepsia, Indigestion or Constipation. There is only one cause (or these trou? bles. It is the poisonous gases produced by fermented food in the stomach. CONQUERINE removes these gases immediately. CONQUERINE is sold by druggists generally. 25c. 50c and $1.03 bottles. Uuy a bottle and get rid of that sour, gassy stomach. When tltc stornich is out ol order na? ture cannot do its work. CONQUERINE will assist nature. There will be no griping or other bad after effects, such as are caused by nianyj so-called dyspepsia remedies. CONQUERINE is the only Dyspcpv.v remedy that sells for 25c, and is guaran? teed to cure or money refunded. Made? only by Leftwich Chehttc.il Co., Lynch* burg, Va. i Boshen Shoes Are More Comfortable Than Pullmans and Not So Stuffy. 507 E. Broad St. Thanksgiving at "The Fern Leaf Corner Fifth and Grace Streets. For Men and Women. Special tables for parties can be engaged.