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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA?
Convention of Baptist Young Peo?
ples' Union Elect Officers.
RUMORED R. R. ALLIANCE;
It la Kell, v, <l Tlint (tie N, A. I.. nn?l
I?. nn.l t>. IIiivh Mn<lo a l>enl Out
ernor Tyler** <'nu?ll?li?ej For ilio
I'.S, son..i<'0111:111 s-.lnii<t Eiolner
Rreolvcn Hnny I??i<irlea About tlx
Nnenr licet Planta
f.Speet.-il to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Richmond, V.l.. July 14.?Stale orgaii
Izatlons of the Young People*! Baptist
Union held rallies early tliis morr.iiiK
in the various city churches, and nil
of these were very largely attended.
The principal business of the morning
Bcssion of the convention was the elec?
tion of ollicers, which resulted as fol?
President?John H. Chnpmnn, Chi?
Vice-Presidents?-L. J. P. Bishop. New
York; W. W. Galnes. Atlanta; L>. Mc?
Recording Secretary?Rev. W. H.
Treasurer?Frank Moody, Wisconsin.
Board of Managers?Term end 1902, to
fill vacancies of term ending 1S03:
North Dakota, Rev. W. L. Van Horn,
Fargo; Vermont, Rev. C. R. B. Dodge,
Bellows Falls; Wisconsin. Row C. A.
Hobbs, Dcloran; Minnesota, Rev. H. F.
Gtlllwcll, Mlnhenpolls; Quebec, Rov. J.
A. Wobh. Montreal; Colorado? Rev. A.
S. Phclps, Fort Collins; Delaware. Rev.
o. O. Ruddlngton, Wilmington; New
Brunswick, H. C. Henderson, Frcdcr
ickton; Manitoba, William Flndlay,
Winnipeg; Southern California, J. W.
Curtis, San Berandlna; Oklahoma, Rev,
W. M. Anderson, -; Georgia, R.
Van De venter, -; Texas, Rev. o.
W. Trtiett, Dallas; North Carolina, J.
Q. Adams; Mississippi. Arthur Flake.
Term ending 1901, to fill vacancies:
Now York City, Norvay Williams;
Prince Edwards Island, Rev. G. P.
Term ending 1!>"0:
Nova Scotia, Rev. G. A. Lawson,
Halifax; Alabama. Rev. T. M. Callo
way; Rhode Island, Rev. W. I* Wood;
Connecticut, Howard 11. Edgecomb.
Eleven additional members as candi?
dates to serve on the Executive Com?
mittee for one year:
Professor Ira M. Prince, Ph. D., Il?
linois; John W. Law, Illinois; Charles
S. Burton, Illinois; Rev. H. Francis
Perry. Illinois; Rev. I). Ii. Geistwelt,
Illinois; G. L. Vance, Illinois; Rev. B.
P. Gray. D. P.. Alabama; Rev. F. S.
Anderson, New York; Rev. H. F. Still
well, Minnesota; Professor J. F. Far?
There were topical nddrcssos by Dr.
Hensnn, of Chicago, on "Disciples In?
deed," and Dr. Henry, of Now York, on
"Temperance." At the afternoon ses?
sion the prize banner for senior educa?
tional work was presented to Loon
L>nkc Church, Minnesota, and the Jun?
ior banner to Union City Junior Union
of Pennsyllvanla. After this there was
a fellowship meeting and a roll call of
the States at which brief addresses
At the night session the banner for
senior work in the ltible Readers Course
was awarded to Oakland Church, Pitis
burg. Pa.; that for the Sacred Litera?
ture Course to Fourth Church, of Min?
Rev. C. B. Allen, of Omaha, Neb.,
made the presentation addresses.
Topical addresses were made by Revs.
J. H. Randall, of Grand Rapids, Mich.;
P. M. Ramsay, of'Charleston, S. C, and
C. A. Eaton, of Toronto, Ont.
The convention then adjourned until
RUMOR OF ALLIANCE CONFIRMED
The statement In New York yester?
day of an alliance between the Bal
timore and Ohio und the Seaboard Air
Line for a through lino from that city
to Tampa, Florida is pretty well con?
firmed by those in a position to be well
Informed. The Seaboard Air Line, it la
believed, has Ions; entertained this Idea,
and ever since it has come under the
management of the capitalists at the
head or whom Is Mr. John Skclton Wil?
liams, negotiations, It is said, have been
In progress to consummate this project
In order to carry out this alliance it
would he necessary to have the Rich?
mond, Fredericksburg nnd Potomac,
which runs from this city to Quant Ico,
a point near Washington. About one
third of the stock of this company Is
owned by the Stale of Virginia. Should
this arrangement he entered into it is
quite cert;-In a determined effort will h->
made to build an opposition line be?
tween here and Washington. The Inl >??
est of the State !.. the Richmond, Fre.l
erlcksburg and Potomac has nlwnys
heretofore stood In the way of any at?
tempts In that direction and may still
continue to do so.
GOVERNOR TYLER'S CANDIDACY.
Governor Tyler will he here Monday
night, when he will begin at once to
confer with frlcndd annul his campaign.
Mr. Martin's opponent Is an organizer
po,ii.i! to some of the best of them, ":
he showed Iii his fight with Mr, Elly
nnn. In that contest the latter started
out with a mighty good organization
but Tyler came in on the home stretch.
By the way, the Tyler people are tlm
most cordial supporters now that Mr.
Ellyson ha*, and are ready to give him
their aid for anything to which he
may aspire--except, of course, the Sen.
One of those closest to Tyler, and who
If in a position to be more thoroughly
informed of his Wishes than any one
"else, discussed with nie to-day (he Is
sites of th" coming campaign. As in?
dicated in thlf- correspondence yester?
day. In this gentleman's opinion, the is?
sues will i?e the question of nominating
Senator? by th-> people, opposition to
growing disposition of corporations to
secure enlarged powers and cleaner
polities. It Is hardly probable that the
latter subject, though, will cut any
One of the most Intercepting fights for
the Legislature now goinp; on Is In
Charlotte county, whore Prlddy, who
was a Martin man alx years ago, 1?
opposed by Mr. Rice. Dr. Prlddy Us
again for Martin, anil the opposition
are making a lively light against him.
The result up In that county will be
looked for with no little interest. Mr.
Martin's friends hope to lead off with
Churlotte, in order to give them a
The candidates here for the House
are very much disturbed just now about
the question of getting a vote of tho
people on a choice for Senator. It let
the wish of most of those gentlemen
that the primary plan shall provide for
voting directly for Senators as well as
for candidates for the House. This
course, if pursued, would relieve the
membi ra of all responsibility in the
There is no doubt that Martin can
carry the city by the longest sort of
odds. Indeed, Tyler's friends not only
concede the opposition ot this city, but
Norfolk and Lynchburg as well. They
bal dly ? xpect anything Crom any ot the
cities. For Martin to sweep those the
Governor's friends Intimate will be all
the more apt to solidify the counties for
It was given out early In the cam?
paign that Congressman Rhen, <>f the
Ninth District, would take tho s ump
for Mr. Marlin nnd make things up
there hum. The new aspirant for B< :i
ntorlal honors is from that district and
extremely popular up'there. Those who
represent Tyler i xpresa the opinion that
Rhen will not rrtakc any sp > lies In op?
position to him in the Southwest at
Commissioner of Agriculture Kolner
is daily receiving letters from different
parts of tho stale regarding the mine?
ral and agricultural product exhibit
which Virginia expects to make1 at the
Paris Opposition. The State, Mr. Kolner
thinks, will have n fine showing1, espe?
cially of minerals and tobacco.
SUGAR BEET PLANT.
Commissioner K?lner Is very much
interested in the plan now on foot to
locate in this state n large sugar beet
plant for the manufacture of sugar. He
has quite a correspondence with those
who propose to start this enterprise.
I ami this week went to Prcderlcksburg,
I where he met by appointment those in?
terested in this project. These men said
If the farmers would raise the beets
there would be no difficulty In the way
1 of erecting the plan) and making the
i Industry a success. Stock raising Is an?
other thing in which the head of the
Agricultural Department is :<isi Inter?
esting himself. He feels assured Vir?
ginia, can raise sheep with great
proilt. In the early spring there is a
great demand In New York nnd other
large cities for lamb ami mutton. The
demand, Mr. Kolner says. Is greater
than iho supply. There Is no State in
tho Union, according to tho chief of the
Agricultural Department, the same dis?
tance from New York as Virginia
whore sheep raising can be made more
JUDGE MILLER EXPLAINS.
Judge Thomas M. Miller, of Powha
tan, who Is In the city, stales that he
did not rive the order f r W. <1. Pll
klnton to be removed to the Richmond
.lull because be feur- d an attempt would
be made to lynch him,.
"His life was In no danger fr^ni the
hands of .a mob," the Judge said.
"There has never been a lynching in
Powhntan. The people there are order?
ly nnd, as a rule, law-abiding. 1 real?
ized that if Mr- Pllklnton should be
kept In the county jail crowds of people
would gather about the prison to see
and talk with him. It would have been
necessary to have kept :t guard there,
and I thought II would be best to have
him removed to Richmond."
Judgo Miller will have a special
court-day to Investigate the Pllklnton
court-day, to Investigate the Pilklnton
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
AND EPW< ?RTH I iEAGUE
Salem, Va., July 14.?The Sunday
School Convention and Epworth League
Conference, meeting in Joint session,
had n full day and Interesting program
yesterday. Hon. M. L. Walton, of
Woodstock, Va.. w ho Is pros! 1 -at of
the convention, said that seven nut of
eight who were down on tiie program
wer,? present. The delegates have all
arrived and number 120. Of these 20
are ministers. The morning session
was devoted to matters pertaining t..
the Epworth League. Rev. W. H. D.
Harper spoke on "The District
League," and Miss Margaret Waesche.
of Washington, l>. C, conducted ah In?
teresting conference on "Third Depart?
ment Work," which provoked a spirited
discussion. Rev. .1. O. Knott held an
open parliament on "Difficulties and
Methods." Reports from the following
chapters were received: Fredericks
burg, Va., Woodstock, Va.. Shepherds
town, W. Va., Mlddletown, Va., Rock
vllle, Md., Emanuel and Central, Balti?
more. The report front Central Church
was made by Miss Alice Will!.ins.
The afternoon session took up Sunday
school work. Rev. C. s. Slant >n ad?
dressed Hie convention on "Mission
Work In (he School," Rev. H. P.
Kamill created a profound impression
by a talk on "Who and What the
Teachers Would Be."
Kev. T. 11. Carson discussed "Sunday
School Music," and Rev. II. L. Harl
closed llie. session with an address on
"The Sunday School Library."
At S p. in. a lengue rally was held.
Addresses were made by Prof. G. T.
Surface, of Ulacksburg, Va., and Rev.
F. J. Prettyman. The latter spoke on
"The League Facing the Twentieth
Century." Kev. J. i >. Knott read tin
report of George II. Lamer, of Rock
ville. Md.. who Is corresponding sec?
retary of the League Hoard for Hie Bal?
timore Conference; The report mates
ih.it there nie 213 chapters Of the
f^engue, of which 35 are Juniors. Th(
Iota) membership is approximately
1,303, of which 1,100 are juniors. Thi
chapter is divided as f illows: Balti?
more district, 32; East Baltimore, 20;
Washington, 28; Winchester, 27; Rock
Inghnm, '-':?: Ronnoke, 14; Lewisburg, 11:
Moorefleld, 2">. All of these have dis
trici organizations. The report als,,
says: "The question of establishing an
orphanage, toward the support of which
the Leagues would direct attention, has
been considered, and we re ommend the
appointnu nt >>;' n committee by the pre?
siding bishop of the Annual Conferenci
;o take Into consideration the ndvlsi
billty entering upon the enterprise,
nnd that this committee report to the
next annual session of the conference."
watte >>lte Kind You Have Always Bongt'
TOWN OF SUFFOLK
The "Kissing Pug" Interviews a
i?lrv> Company (tint - (Jlrl's RmimI
Mrnndoil in Pi.-W Jersey-l>el?
irntva to Keunlorlnl Coo, veullott
Nuten ul People i ?Ii Kim w.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot)
Suffolk, Va.. July U.?The "kissing '
bufi" got hungry again to-day and iook
a plunge into Clarence White's face
near the eye. Clarence is a yellow man
who drives a, delivery wagon for 1.,. I?.
Turner & Co. Ho look ;i nap this aft?
ernoon, and when ho waked one side
! of his face was (aliening faster than
> hogs in a peanut Held, it wasn't as
bad d kiss as some puople'get. One eye
was closed t-.nd there was a bunch of
fat on tha left side of the face as big
as an vgc
FIRE COMPANY MATTERS.
The slate of the Phoenix Fire Com?
pany so far as their next hose cart
driver go^s, is a hale nebulous. There
arc two nun who want the job und (35
per month. They are J. E. Franklin,
incumbent, and Eugene Hurley, if the
mutter la not seined amicably it is
feared the general goid ieoimg among
members will be upturned.
The difference of opinion started Hie
night of the annual election. The vote
was a tie. The foreman decided in Hur?
ley's favor, but the other man's friends
claimed on., ol the toreman's votes was
ill. r^al. Hurley's name was sent to the
Council for confirmation. That body re?
ferred the maller back u the com?
The li:-- c impany has taken no action
yet. A member told mc to-night that
there was a possibility that the com?
pany may refuse to vote again. It is an
exi. Ilent volunteer company and it Is
to he hoped that the matter will be
HAND 01 RLS* STRA X D ED.
A New York dramatic paper tells
about the stranding of the Ladles' Mil?
itary Band, which is well remembered
hi Suffolk, having played several en?
gagements at the City Hnll Theater,
and also f 'f germnns here last spring.
The band was (Illing a week's engage?
ment In a park hear Cnmden, N. J. At
the end of the week the manager col?
lected from the park people, but left
for other Heids before he settled with
?lie girls. Now they don't love him any
DOUBLE THE CAPACITY.
Out at the water works company's
power plant they have begun laying the
foundation for new machinery. The
Messrs. Sulley have nearly finished the
brickwork. When the Imt rovetnents tire
:?'.! in the plant's capacity will be
KX ECUTIV F. COM M 1TTEE.
Ohalrmnn Booker llPS celled a meet?
ing of the County Democratic Fxoeu
tlve Committee for July 22d, to deter?
mine the lime and mann -r of naming
2fi doioK.ites from Nanscmond to the
Professur W. Carroll Vnden, instruct?
or of modern languages at Georgetown
University, Texas, will arrive in Suffolk
Saturday to visit his cousin. Mayor R.
L. Brewer. Jr.
Mr. It. Harry Butler's condition Is yet
Miss Ethel HYirrcll left yesterday to
visit friends and relatives in Ports
Miss Marie Woodward has concluded
a visit to ."Mrs. W. 11. While, in Nor?
folk, who was formerly Miss Annie
Woodlcy Brewer, of Suffolk.
Messrs. W. N. Harroll, James Brink
ley ami B. Heftlngton, well known
truckers of Lower Parish, were in Suf?
Miss Susie Nurney has come home
from Baltimore, where she visited
'rh - plant of the Nansemond Peanut
Company, which has been Idle some
days, will steam up again Monday.
Mr. J. II. Newton has been sick
A We?t-bound Atlantic and Danville
passenger train one day this week
Btarted a tire that burned some of R.
F. Barham'S fences in Southampton
Mr. J. c. Causey has been confined
to his room several days because of
Injuries received in a runaway accident.
The Board of Supervisors will meet
next Thursday at the County Alms
Schooner Eugle has arrived to load
a cargo from the Nanscmond Lumber
Misses Annie Nurney and Hat tie
Barker returned to-day from a month's
visit in Northumberland county, Va.,
and Washington, D. C.
Mr. F. 1*. Lash, of Waynrsboro, Va.,
was in Suffolk to-day.
Mi.-.-s Davidson, of Qucenstown, Md.,
?utile last night to bo a guest of Mrs.
Mrs. L. H. Vench, concluding a stay
with her mother, Mrs. E. J. Beale, in
Suff.ilk. left last evening for her home
Miss Nettie Parker, or Franklin, who
had been Mrs. J. H. ('alley's guest
several days, ivnt home to-day.
Mrs. Jackflic Daniel Thrash and Miss
Daisy Nurney returned to-day from
Rev. J. II. M.-Murray, of Lynchburg,
will preach twice Sunday at the Suf?
folk Presbyterian Church. The West?
minster Leagues moots at r, o'clock,
with Miss Gertrude Weils leader.
LI Oil SUl:- ONE HUNDRED THOU.
V sand Bricks for Immediate delivery
it wharf or cars, Suffolk, or on vessel,
Newport News, Hampton, Portsmouth
Berkley docks. For further Information
iddrcss UNION BRICK AND TILE
WORKS, T. M. MLLISTON. Proprietor,
Suffolk, Va. Southern States phono No.
|71 OR RENT?ON HILL STREET, S1X
jt1 room house: gn .1 water; rent J4.
Mso hon e on Rlvervlcw Heights, eight
rooms; fine view and idee grounds J rent
Apply to B, lt. DUMVILLE, Lock
:ox 27.'. Suffolk, Va. jyH-iit
DON'T let your FIRE POLICIES
he renewed until you see
WOODWARD $ BUM,
DEATH OF MR. JAMES FRANK
Lynchburg, Va., July 14?James
Franklin, Sr., one of the oldest citizens
>f Lynchburg, died this morning, ag-d
>1 years. He was born In Charlotte
?ounty. In 1S15. When a young man
he was sheriff of Campbell county. Af?
terward he was a prominent and sue
essful merchant in the county and
tills city, and was, up to 18S1. a part
ncr In the banking firm of Miller &
Franklin, which subsequently became
lie National Exchange Hank- Mr.
Franklin represented Campbell county
in the Legislature for two terms. Af
,er he cumo to Lyuchburg he was a
ncmber of ihe City Council for several
terms, und distinguished himself there
as a champion of the public schools.
Rl'A* It Kt
rilE KISSING DUG ARRIVES AN
(X 1TOGENARIAN DEAD.
Roanokc, Va., July 14.-?The kissing
bug Is gnting In its work In Roanokc.
-ix scrsons havo suffered Crom its t
itlng, the lust being J. C. Johnson, the
druggist. His lips ure badly swollen.
\ bootblack and a merchant were also
bitten Thin-day night. Mrs. Johnson,
wife of Police Officer Johnson, captun d
one of the poisonous Insects In her
Major R. J. Echols died at n late hour
Thursday night at the residence of his
son, R. M. Kcholn; need SO years.
Death resulted trmi heart-failure.
The management of the faculty of the
School of Methods tend, red a public
reception t<> the teachers at Hotel
Ponce de Leon last night. About 40)
"teachers were in attendance.
Progress ot Work on the Nov.
I'rinee ?e?rjjo Conn*? Cnnri?Fire i
De|>:iriitiritt Presented wltn u
Cbeolt?Chrl-tttnn ( tnn rli District
reiershurg, Va.. July 14.?The work
on the street electric railway is now be?
ing pushed rapidly and In a few weeks
the line will be in operation. Rails and
sills tire being laid to-day on the lower
part of Sycamore street. In all but six
miles of track has been laid. Most of
the span wires have been strung on
Washington street, and the trolley
wires will be put up in a day or two.
Six new cars for the railway have ar?
rived here. In addition to these cars
I therf arc ten other cars which were
used on the Petersburg electric rail?
way which have been made as good as
PRINCE GEORGE COURT.
The County Court of Prince George
opened this morning. It is probable
that at this term of the court an In?
dictment will be found against Douglas
Hudglns, colored, for the cutting and
wounding of another negro named John
Maynard. The difficulty occurred at
D. H. Temple's woodyard in Prince
George county. With the exception of
this case there Is nothing special on the
FIREMEN RFAVA RDED.
John W. Pool & Son has presented to
the Fire Department of Petersburg a
check for $50 as a testimonial of their
appreciation of the services rendered by
the department in preventing the de?
struction of their mill by tiro recent?
Depositions are still being taken in
Dlnwlddle in the contested election case
for the treasurershlp of the county.
Depositions have already been taken at
several of the precincts.
OH ?RCH CONFERENCE.
The Southeastern District Conference
of the Christian Church will be held at
Perseverance Church, in Llinenburg
county, on the 1st, 2nd and IhJ of Au?
gust next. Strong efforts are to ho
made by the Petersburg National Bat?
tlefield Park Association to have a mil?
itary park located In front of this city.
This has been one of the hottest days
of tiie summer.
Till-: BATTLE PARK.
The committee appointed for the Pe?
tersburg National Battlefield P i: It As?
sociation to go to Washington to con?
fer with the proper authorities there
in reference ta the location of a mili?
tary park on the battlefields in front
of Petersburg has not determined when
they will go. General Stith Holling, the
president of the Battlefield Park Asso?
ciation, told me this afternoon that the
Committee on Statistics was busy get?
ting up lha necessary facts ind itatis
tlcs, which were to bo laid before the
authorities In Washing:on. The other
committees of the association arc aleo
kept very hnsy.
CAPTAIN PROCTOR ILL.
Captain II. R. Proctor, who has been
in bad health for sonic time, and who
has been at a sanitarium at the
North, arrived here a few days ago ami
has been stopping at the Albcmnrle Ho?
tel. He was taken last night to the
Home for the Sick. Captain Proctor
was at one time proprietor of the Im?
perial Hotel in this city. He is the
father ot Mrs. R. T. Matteson, of this
For Infants and Children.
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AJAX REMEDY CO., "RzT"'
For sale In Norfolk, Va., by Burrow,
Martin it Co. and lt. F. Holmes & Co.,
"Elbow Creaso" is a slang torm, denoting
lots of rubbing. It is fast falling into disuse
because of the almost univeisol use of
Washs ng Powder
No "elbow r.rease'Ms needed with Gold Dunt. It makes house?
work easy, a real | leasure instead of a liausd drudgery. It saves your
ii"ie, your strength, your temper) your money. it is better and
cheaper than soap tor all cleaning. For greatest economy buy our
The N. K. Fairbank Company
Too harrte a stock of Men's ami Boys' Vino Summer Clothing at this
tlm? of the season. Rather than drag along until the end of the season
to clear out our stock we uo It now, wliru you need them most. No mat?
ter what our former low prices were, this sale means that you can couie
it.to this store, niuko your scluct'ons and pay Just
HALF THE PRICE
that doll; ng of equal value will cost you elsewhere. Make a note of
these few of many items offered in this final clearance of Summer Cloth
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sensailonai Baif-Priss Cloning sals. ?
Men'a Office Coats, of a ste?l grey
material, well made. The wash tub
wiii act harm them. A small lot only,
Men's Tine All-wool Royal Blue
S rge Suits, fully warranted in every
particular. Another suit or money re?
funded should they ever change color.
They wnl be quick sellers at .
Hoys' Washable line: Pants, small
checks, plaids and fancy stripes. Slsfs
3 to 10 years, They uie wonderful
\aiues at per pair .
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Men's T. nen Crash Stilts, well tailor?
ed, thoroughly shrunked, over-stltched
ecu ms. The three dollar quality at_
Roys' Double-breasted Mnen Suits,
well tailorrd, pearl buttons, nohr
shrinking You would have thought
them reasonable at two dollars, but at
this l.Uc price .
Toys' Pancy Wash Suits, in ninuso
styles, large sa lor coii.ua Excellent
range of colors. Worth H Oo. Your
choice at .
CA^NQM BALL CLOTHS^G CO
219 Main ST., Opposite Academy oi Music.
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Tbl? is what n Brooklyn man?a pnlntcr?hs.3 to say concerning Rlpans Tabnles?
" Tor over a year I bad been greatly troubled with Sick headache and euch a nauseating
taste in my month, arising from bad stomach and Indigestion. I tried several kinds of
remedies but found no iclief. Abont foar months aco I was doing some work in a friend's
bouse and be asked me if I ever bad taken anj Kipani Tabutes; bo praised them so mach i
that I thoaitht I would try them. In the evening, when 1 wont home, I stopped at th<<J^
drugstore and got a vi. il of Rlpans Tabulcs and before going to bed I took two. In the
morning \7ocn 1 woke up my head felt much clearer than it had for somo limn and then I
took them according to directions- one after every meal for about two months?and then
I found that 1 was thoroughly cured of ny complaints. I feel like a different man alto?
gether no.v, and can not praise flipans Tabules too much.''
a new ?trlr rank' fc r-int.: mi nr T1W RITANS TAHrXM In ft p-iper r.nrton (wlthont glass) I* now forml? at BSSBS
dnur irtoreu v OS KfVEO'.vrH i tiu low .priced sort i- mttautrit for in? |K>or And tliu t*-ormiulrAl. One douq
or u* tWr-onntr&rtunj ISO tabelits)can bebait i>y mail ity ar.ndin^ f??rty-uiirhi cenu lo Lh? Rbpavs Cjhuuoai. .
I .? >m So. 1? bpruea Street, Now York ?r ? ;.Utfio??rtoa crs* rucuij will to ?rnt for Sre cents. _.
Buckeye lowing Machine
Time and Installment Price .S'SOO
Discount S3.00 for cash .$35.00
We claim It to be the best Mower
On the world's market regardless of
pr'ce. Staunch, durable and light of
draft. Great numbers are sold here
annually and there are more Buck?
eyes in use in the two counties than
of all other makes combined. This
bouse has sold the Buckeye exclu?
sively for about twenty years. Old
buyers are new buyers. These facts
should Induce you to use the Buck?
eye. We invite examination and will
gladly show Its workings.
Sieel Han Rakes
Self Pump and Hand Dump, solid
steel axles, steel wheels; guaranteed
to stand?btrong and durable?boy
can operato cither style?pr'.ces down
low?Iron and steel have advanced In
cost nearly 60 per cent., ai.d Mowers
end Rakes will surely be hlgiieT In
price next season. Buy a Buckeye
this year and take no chances.
Implements, Fertilizers and Poultry Supplies.
NORFOLK FARM SUPPLY CO.
VIcD. L. WRENN, President. E. C. GUNTHER, Treasurst
GEO. B. TODD. Manager.