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Cash ?nAdvanoe
THESE ARE THE WONDER
WORKING WANT HOS,
THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS.
MINIMUM
CHARGE
25 Gente,
Cash in Arance
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?.S?? WANTED??????
WANTED, REGISTERED PHARMA?
CIST, Reply, stating experience, etc
(o Box 2?. Newport News, Va.
WANTED, ADDRESSEsT?" TWO or
throe young men, with tnlont for draw?
ing nnil a iIcbJj-o lo make money.,. Ad?
dress D. T., caro this oltlco.
WA ? TED. ?? ONCE. ? MAN 57
nome experience In hardware business;
?end references. ? Rood position. Ad?
dress "?.," Covlngton, V?.
WANTED. A GOOD DAIRYMAN TO
take entire charge of our herd of Jer
neye; must be a good milker and feeder;
Ringle man n/eferred, MlNIBORYA
KAUM. Box eoi. Richmond, or Telo
pilone 1005.
WANTED. GOOD AGENT FOR UNOC
cupled territory; free outfit; cash each
week for whole or spare time. WEST?
ERN NEW YORK NURSERY CO..
Dopt. D, Rochester. N. Y/ ' ?
/WANTED. SALESMAN TO SELL.
whlBkey In bond by a leading Kentucky
distiller: liberal commlRslon to right
parly. Address DISTILLER, care this
office,
WANTED. A GOOD CARPENTER:
capable of acting as foreman; one thai
hna had experience as auch preferred;
steady work and good wn?c-s for right
party. Apply E. T. MANKIN, 812 East
Main, to-morrow at 8:30. ?
WANTED. A WHITE MAN TO WORK
on farm, three miles from Richmond;
good home to right man. Apply 500 N.
Fifth Street.
WANTED. A... COMPETENT MAN.
either pressmarr or transf?rer; rrilirt'be
Bober and Industrious; one who has had
experience on folding-box ' work, both
from stone and aluminum; good posi?
tion and wages to right man. Address
PostofClce Box 208, New Haven. Conn.
WANTED, HARNESSMAKERS: GOOD
?wages, and Btcady work; transportation
advanced: no labor trouble. Andres?
I/OEWT3NSTEIN" & SONS. Charleston,
"W. Va.
WANTED, REPRESENTATIVES FOR
the sal? of high-grade copper mlnlnp
?tocks, which are paying a dividend of
2 per cent, monthly; ?-1 contract for
right party. For particulars, etc*, .ad?
dress HENRY B. SFALDINO. Barker.
2M-2J7 Broadway; New York. ' ?- j
Wanted, an energetic, ambi'tt.
ous young marl ,for newspaper work;
soliciting, off Ire work, -etc.: one who
has some knowledge of the printing bus?
iness proferred. Good opening for a
?young man who would want to create
for himself a pleasant, permanent and
profitable position. Address, with ref?
erence, statin? age, where last employed,
etc., HUNTER, care Box <W7 Charlotte,
-N. C._
AGEHTS WANTED.
GET MY OFFER BEFORE' ACCEPT
lng an agencv; samples free. ??????,
St. Louis, Mo.
MAIL ORDER SUPPLY HOUSES?
The latest novelty out. Miss Floro Do?
ra's Trousseau; eend ten cents for jam
pies and t*rm*. UNIVERSAL SUPPLY
' CO., Boston. Mass. *
SITUATION WANTED?MALE.
WANTED BY BRIGHT, WILLING BOY.
just from school, position of any kind.
Address BOY. care this office.
WANTED. WORK IN OFFICE BY IN
telHgent boy. not afraid of .work. Ad?
dress "WORK." caro this office. Room
17.
WANTED. A POSITION BY A FlRST
class book-keeper; hlB present employer
will recornmend lilm. Address ENERGY,
care this office.
LUMBER INSPECTOR OF VAST EX
perlence In Ad. & Kd. Lumber desires
a position at once; best references. Ad?
dress LUMBER INSPECTOR, caro thlB
office.
?WANTED. BITUATION BY MAN WHO
Is experienced as locomotive fireman.
Address W. N. SALE. 1D25 Bedford Ave?
nue. Lynchburg Va.
WANTED. BY A REAL BUSINESS
man, a position In insurance office as
book-keeper or policy writer; can write
a legible hand. Address ENTE NOUS,
care this office.
WANTED. BY A MAN WITH EXFER~
enee, a situation as butcher; Is a fino
cutter and can give goo^ reference. Ad?
dress W. N. SALE. 1525 Bedford Avenue,
Lynchburg, Va.
"WANTED?A YOUNG MAN OF EX
perlenco, who la an all-round offi???
man. desires to secure a situation lu.
Richmond. AdUreas'W. S. COPELAND.
care this office.
WANTED. BY A MAN OF THREE
years' experience, ? position as book?
keeper, office assistant or shlupiug
cleric, now employed, and wlll.iglljfjbts?u
of reference from present emjiifoyeTHA-fl
dress WILLING, care this .office.
WANTED. BY A YOUNG MAN. A POSI
tlon in an office of a wholesale firm;
can give reference from prominent
?wholesale men In city: have been with
present employer nearly one year as
book-keeper. Address WHOLESALE,
care this office.
WANTED. BY A YOUNG MAN OF EX.
perienco and highly recommended, a
position with a desirable firm as book,
keeper, shipnln?AClork. or generi! .-.'of?
fice work; some collecting would" not
bo objeetlonnblp. ?Has been with pres?
ent employer5 nrtilwwir. Double in'rv
books proferred. Address "DOUBLE
ENTRY," care thls offlce:_
~" "HELP "w?NT?D^F????L?
WANTED. COOK AND WASHER AT
117 West Main Street.
WANTED. A COOK; SMALL FAMILY;
good pay; room. Apply at 12S North
Thirty-second Street.
WAN ? ED. A GOOD COLORED GIRL TO
cook and clean for a family of four.
Apply at 1923 E. Franklin at once. -.,
WANTED," WOMAN TO COOK. IRON
and help in hohe? for family of two.
Apply at 1310 Floyd Avenue,
WANTED A BRIGHT. ATTRACTIVE
young lady 20 to 25 years, to' take
?hiN??T VT?f?T?? r^eJ}'^111 "trence,
to MELVILLE DANIELS. Room 17
Tlrnes-Dlspnjcu Building, ? ? M *
WANTED., WHITE WOMAN WITH
reference, to cook, wash and Iron for
family of four; good wages, permanent
home; suburbs of Richmond. Address
HENRY, caro of Rnral Delivery No 3
Richmond, Va., '
WANTED, A QOOD WHITE WOMAN
to cook and clean and take entire charge
of houso for family of three adulte
(widow preferred); must havo first-class
reference; gond wages and splendid
homo for the right por?on. Addross
"COOK," care this office. ??urBss
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE
???^TMflu7'"X'?OS?T10N AS MATRON!
housokooper or companion for ladv;
? best reference furnished. Addrees ,W
A. Mil this office.
?OUNC1 LADY DESIRES POSITION IN
hotel us housekeeper or elerk; best ref?
erences. Address M. G., Room 17, Timos.
Dlspatoh.
SrOHNQ LADY WISHES POSITION IN
office; is experienced In filing, copying
and all kinds or office work. Address
N.. ?ivo this office.
.WANTED. BY A CULTURED LADY
who writes h good hnnd office work a
part of day, or would do work nt home;
could address envelopes or any light
work. Address S. C? cara this office.
WANTED. SEWINO OF ANY KIND OR
any work that can he done at home
Addrees SEAMSTRESS, caro Room 17,
r, limes Building, ' '
SIX PRIZES
CARTOON CONTEST
THIRD WEEK.
SECOND PRIZE.
$he Wmfa
W?MT
u
t
F m m
MRS. BLANCHE A. STITH,
60S M. Twenty-third Street, City.
Six prizes will be awarded each
week for the best il p? wing sub?
mitted, illustrating that it pays ad?
vertisers to use The Times-Dispatch
want coltmns. The six prizes will
be awarded in the following order,
viz.: First prize, ?2; second, third,
fourth, fifth and sixth prizes, 51
each.
All drawings must be original and
"must be made with black ink on.
white paper or cardboard, and should
bo five to seven inches in width.
Name and address must be written
plainly on back of drawing. Do not
senu lettera, but inclose stamp if you
wish drawing returned. Do not fold,
but roll, when mailing. Address ail
drawings to "Cartoon Contest," Room
No. 17, Times Building.
All drawings must reach The
Times-Dispatch office not later than
12 P. M. each Saturday, in order to
be counted ?n the week's contest.
Every reader is cordially invited
to take part in this highly instruc?
tive and most interesting competi?
tion.
SITUATION WANTED?FEMALE.
WANTED, BY A LADY OF EXPERI
encc, a position to teach English In a
school or family. Address Miss SALLIE
13. STEED, Warflcld. Va.
WANTED, BY A LADY OF SEVERAL
years* experience, a position In hotel as
housekeeper, or in linen-room, store?
room or pantry. Address A. B. C, care
this office. ?
WANTED, AT ONCE. BY A LADY OF
four years' experience, a position in
hotel as housekeeper or In llnen-roonj
or pantry; no objections to leaving- this
Stato. Address X. "Y. Z., caro this of
11 ce.
YOUNG LADY. DESIRES POSITION AS
stenographer; experience and best ref?
erences; would work for small salary.
Address M. J. St., cai? TImcs-LMspatch.
A LADY WITH SEVERAL YEARS' Ex?
perience In hotel as housekeeper and
linen-room wish a position In a hotel
as housekeeper or In a linen-room; can
give the very best references: no ob?
jection to leaving the city or State. Ad
dress Miss L. X. IL. caro this ?frico.
WANTED, OFFICE WORK OF ANY
kind immediately by young lady anxi?
ous for worh; reference. Address M. O.,
care this office.
WANTED. BY A REFINED AND CUL
tured lady, a placo In hotol linen-room
or as housekeeper, having experience
ir. sewing-, and can ho useful generally
in either house or hotel. Address A, B.,
care this office.
? LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES
a position as companion, or to teach
small children English and Music. Miss
L X. ADAMS, cara Carrier No. 1, Pe?
tersburg, Va.
A FIRST-CLASS LADY"' STENOGRA
phor desires a position; hnvo had nearly
seven years' experience, and am also an??
fiualnted with general office work. Ad?
dress EXPERIENCE, caro this off?c?.
WANTED. A POSITION AS CASHIER,
entry clerk or office work by bright. In?
telligent lady nf experience (reference?
Mr. W. S. Copeland, Room 10. Timos
Building), Address "CASHIER," care
this office. ~
BOARDERS WANTED.
NEWLY-ESTABLISHED BOARD?NG
housc can accommodate two gentlemen,
also table boarders; good board at mod?
erate terms; 315 E. Cary.
WANTED. BOARDERS FOR THREE
ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished; ex?
cellent tablo fare. Apply 203 E. Graco
Street.
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR THREE
. ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished; ex?
cellent table faro. Apply 209 E. Grace
Street.
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR TWO DE
Ughtful connecting front rooms, sec?
ond (loor; also special rates for table
boarders; 209 East Franklin Street
FOR RENT.
WANTED, ? TENANT FOR MODERN
HOUSE, H08 Park Avenue. 'Apply on
premises; Immediate possession given.
FOR RENT-HOTEL BEL AIR. SEA
son of 1903. One of the most successful
summer resorts In Virginia: well fur?
nished. Address YODER & SPESSARD,
Now Casti o, Va. .
FOR RENT?THAT CONVENIENTLY
situated Dwelling, 110 N. Fourth Street,
between Graco and Franklin Streets; ?
rooms beside basement; rent cheap for
good tenant. B. R. LIPSCOMB, No. 1310
East Franklin Street.
LOST-FOX TERRIER DOG, NAMED
Percy; six months old; short and- whit';
ears, nnd face tan and white; lost on
Main Street near the postofeice about 3
o'clock. Reward l? returned to 201 W.
Franklin Street.
WANTED. BY AN ELDERLY AND
capable lady, a position to care for u
, ?.? or boy, or to tako caro of an Inva
? {Id, having had somo years' experience
'?J.both; willing to work and docs not
object leaving the olty. Address S. C,
caro of Woman'B Christian Association.
WANTED-BY A LADY, WITH FIVE
years' experience In hotel, a situation
as housekeeper or In linen room! d<>e,<
not object to leaving city. Address
II. S-, caro this office.
Exchange colum?T
FOR LEASE OR RENT?CHAMTLAIN
Dwolllng HOUSE: outhouses and 35
acres of land, orchard, etc., in Essex
county, Vn., 12 miles from Tappnhun
niK'k, county seat; 7 miles from Lnyton's
Wharf. Address A. S. GARNETT,
Champlnln, Va,
ROOMS "WANTED,
WANTED, TWO OR THREE PLEAS
Hiit furnished ROOMS, with board. In a
seloct loen.llty and with a private fam?
ily; satisfactory references furnished.
Address X,, care this office.
ROOMS TO LET.
WANTED, ROOMERS FOR LARGE,
nicely furnished front ROOMS: porce?
lain bath In connection. Apply 213 North
First Street (third lloor).
FOR RENT?THREE LARGE. NICELY
furnished front ROOMS: porcelain bath
in connection. Apply 213 North First
Street (third floor).
COUGH DROPS.
TWO GOOD MULES FOR GOOD BRED WANTED, EVERY ONE TO STOP THAT
MARES; also Bloyolo and Gnsollno coughing hy uaJng the CHEROKEE ,
Slove for sale. Address Mrs, A. LILTS, Cough Drops. 6d. per box. Bu suro to 1
Burkvllle, Va, ? ' ask for tho CHqROKSlfl?
FOR SALE,
FON S.vuE-LAUNDRY AND ??.?.?.???
WAllONS for ?ale. l>o;h new and B<-<
ond-hand, Some bargains. \y, c.
SMITH, No. 314 North l-'ULIi Street.
WANTED. TO SELL 2 2-HORSB
?Trucks, 1 eecollrt-liand, Richmond rwule
Phaeton, second-hand grocery nai:nn.
Come quick for bargains. ? c. nilis
TOW, No. 19 South Fifteenth ? Street
WANTED.
WAN. V.u), TO BORROW $500 FOR
twelve months on A No. ? fecurlty: IUj
einl Interest paid. ..udrcsj "LUAN."
. caro this office.
I WISH TO CORRESPOND WITH SOME'
one that understands the laundry busi?
ness thoroughly. Address DAVID
SI I ELTON. Wekefleld, Va.
WANTED. IF ANYIJODY HAS F^R
sale a girl's rig, gentln horse and run?
about In good condition, please notify
MRS. PRUE, care this office.
W?KTTED, ON ONE-YEAR LEASE,
?with view to purchase, 10 to 15 acres
truck LAND; light soil: moderate !
rental; near Richmond preferred, but |
not necessary. R. L. M..; P. O. Box 35S,
Richmond.
WANTED, TEAMS FOR HAULING
LUMBER?We Will pay 54 per day for
good four-mulo or horse teams; steady
work for balance of the year for three
or four teams; will nay by t>x> thousand
If party prefers. Address POTTS &K1D
DER. Barhamsvllle, New Kent county,
Vn
Va.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
WAN TEI). PARTNER, WITH AT I
least 12.000, In whoksalo business; big
profits; good Held. While experience ls>
not necessary, a thorough business man !
to take activo Interest is preferred. Ad?
dress GOOD BUSINESS, care this of?
fice.
WANTED. SILENT PARTNER WITH
12,500 cash for good paying business;
references exchanged. Only those mean?
ing business address "SILENT PART?
NER," care this office.
FOR SALE?GOOD PRINTING OFFICE
(2 preses) complete; good location; do?
ing big business and publishing a pay?
ing weekly paper; thorough Investiga?
tion solicited; rare chance. MELVILLE
DANIELS. Room 17. Times Building.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
FOR SA LE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED,
good paying business (wholesale and
retail); ^?rrage cash sales ?& per day;
beet location In city; G7."/? buvs It. MEL?
VILLE DANIELS, Room 17. Times
Building.
A TRUE BRAIN AND NERVE FOOD,
KOLA CELERY AND PEPSIN CEL
Pep-Ko Is the only true brain and
ner%3 food ever discovered. Cel-Pep
Ko cures nervous exhaustion by feed?
ing tho brain and nerve centres with
cerebrln, thus supplying new energy
and. vitality for the whole system. Col
Pep-Ko will strengthen your heart. In?
crease your flow of language, Improve
your nerve and brain power, sharpen
up your business ability and energy,
mentnl or physical work f'nr lawyers,
preachers, lecturers, singers, students
and business men. Cel-Pep-Ko will
cure nervous headache, despondency
and the blues in five minutes. At your
first opportunity try a glass sf Cel
Pep-Ko at any cafe or send for a sam?
ple bottle to ar.y drue store or the Hy
geia MTg. Co.. AUGUST ARNDT. Dis?
tributing Agent. Richmond. Va.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
OF DECORATING
FOR BALLS AND PARTIES.
CALL DELL 'PHONE 2112,
J. ROSS JONES & BRO.,
NO. 002 E. BROAD STREET.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
Costumes for Masquerade Balls, etc. J.
ROSS JONES & BRO.. 902 E. Broad
Street Bell 'phone 2142.
AWNINGS, FLAGS, TENTS, made at
short notice.
We decorate for all occasions; prices
reasonable.
Mail and out-of-town orders given
prompt attention.
'Phone No. 2573. M. G. COPELAND CO.,
N. 108 North Ninth Street.
ASSORTMENT OF G0-CAR1S. !
FINE ASSORTMENT OF GO-CARTS;
old ones taken In part payments for
new. OLD DOMINION WILLOW &
RATTAN WORKS, 400 North Seventh
Street.
ANTIQUES.
THE FINEST LINE OF ANTIQUE FIIR
niture, Brass Goods, China and Brlc-a
Brac In the city: special low orlces dur?
ing February: :???-3? N. Eighth Street
L--HMOND ANTIQUE FURNITURE
CO.. dealers In Antique Furniture, Brass
Goods, Copper Plate. Cut Glass. China,
etc., 219 W. Broad Street
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL. RENT
exchangre or have a bicycle repaired call
on JOE BICKERSTAFF. There is only
one JOE and only one store?1S03 E
?? In, _
BOARDING ANDL?VERY STABLEST
WANTED?? FEW MORE HORSES TO
occupy tho ' commodious dry. warm
stnlls at the celebrated Temple ? and
Madison Boarding and Sale Stables,
whero every attention will be given
for the most reasonable consideration;
special terms and rates made for fancy
horses: ample room fur vehicles. B.
D. KAY. Prop.
CREAM PUFFS.
SPECIALS-POLK \ ROLLS. WELL
filled Cream Put's. Snow Balls. Jelly
Rolls, filled with tho finest currant Jel?
ly. 'Phono In your order, "will be
Johnny on the spot." E. PER1UNSON,
Baker, 421 N. Sixth Street.
CEL-PEP-KO.
CEL-PEP-KO, THE WORLD'S BEST
. nervo tonic, can now be had at.any
drug store, a six-ounce sample bottle,
free of charge; ask your drngplst for
It. Kola Celerv and Pepsin Is the only
tonic for cntnrrh, colic, colds, dyspep?
sia, Indigestion and other diseases. Try
It, It will make you strong-, healthy and
happy. The Hvgela M'f'g Co., AUGUST
ARNDT, Distributing Agent.
CLOCKS.
?WAiaiT UP~ IN TIME.-Sri-TEER'S
ALARM CLOCKS, tho best made, for
$1; giuirnnteed for one year. A.
SCIIEER. Jeweler, Nn. 1655 Eaat Mam
Street, rrpesito Old Market._
FOR SALE BARGAINS.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO, BUY OUR
Vapor Rath Cabinets and get the bene?
fits of Hot Sprlnga at home, Price ?5.
OWENS & MINOR DRUG COMPANY.
BS0 DOZ. FRESH-LA ID EGOS. 22C.? Sal
tubs choice Culpeper Creamery Butter,
C0o,? this Is the only and original article;
pura, sweot, finely flavored and sura to ?
piense. Try a pound. 11. O'BULUVAN,
COSTUMES.
'Phono No. ?r.7il, M. O. COP ELAND
'Co., No. 10S Ninth S't-eot, COP?pr-M,-S
MADE TO ORDER FOR ???? PRO?
FESSIONALS n-d AMATFURS nt s'<ort
notice. COSTUMES for ???G or SAL^.
WT(!fl. FALSE FACES. GREASE
PAINTS and TUK-VI/KIOAL SUPPLIES, ?
Cni| to sen us. j_
FURNITURE MOV?NO-WE DO IT,
right. INDEPENDENT; TRANSFER
COMPANY,
FRESH CANDIES.
FRESH CANDIES EVERY HOUR AT
KAEMPITB, 110 N. Ninth Street. ?????
you ever tried theroV
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
LARGEST BOARDING AND FtTRNlSH
ed-room house In RICHMOND: room? a
specialty, furnished or unfurnished. Of?
fice open DAY and NIGHT. 'Phono 2855;
enpncity. CO,_
fto?Tture"
REED FURNITURE. BABY CAR
rlagcs and Go-Carts made, repaired arid
defined to look like now; Rubber Tires
put on. OLD DOMINION WILLOW &
RATTAN WORKS. No. 400 N. Sovonth
Street.
WANTED-FOR CASH. HOUSEHOLD
Furniture, No. 330 Brook Avenu??. Beat
prices for Peat her Bed?. Bolsters, Pil?
lows, Stoves. Household Articles, Mis?
cellaneous Books._
FUx E WHISKIES.
O'tJRADYS PURE CANADIAN MALT
Whiskey, 65 cents per quart; regular
price, 83 cents. This Is only for to?
day. D. O'SULLIVAN.
GENTS' COLUMN.
KAEMPF'S CANDIES. BELL 'PHONE
G3?.
?I f REE- YE A R-OLD RYE WHISKEY.
COc. per quart, nt CEASE'S, corner
Sixth and Broad Streets.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JFWET.ftY
repaired and warranted. AS SCHEER,
Jeweler, No. 1555 East Main Street, op?
posite Old Market.
IT'S UP TO YOU TO GET FIXED UP
as cheap as possible- pet your Furni?
ture Upholstered and removed dur'ng
dull season; birr discount. J?RGENS-,
No. 627 East Broad Street.
WANTED, ALL WHO ARE AFFECTED
with that tickling In the throat, couch?
ing or hoarseness and wish for relief to
?et a box of the CHEROKEE Cough
)rops, 5c. a box at drucr stores and con
get a box of the CHEROKEE Cough
Drops, 5c. a box at drucr stores and con?
fectioners. Sent by mall for Oc. In
stamps. 0. B. DYER,, 6H B. Murshall
Street, Candy \fanfr.
h?Tp wantedT
A MOST PROFITABLE EMPLOYinsNT
for men, women, boys and girls every?
where during all or spare time. Enclose
two two cents stamps for reply. THE
NEUBERTH NOVELTY' MFC. CO., 1003
Scott St.. Baltimore, Md. '
? LOST AND FOUNb"
FOUND?WELWOOD WHISKEY. FULL
quart. Bottled In Bond, ?1.25, at
CEASE'S, corner Sixth and Broad Sta.
BABY CARRIAGES. EJVERY STYLE
and kind from M to $50. at J?RGENS*.
No. 421 Ef.r.1 Broad Street
HALF-PRICE SALE]
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS
AT
EXACTLY V? PRICE
6SC. BUYS J1.50 MONARCH SHIRT
OR A ?l.oti ECLIPSE SHIRT.
2SC. BUYS A 50C. SHIRT.
?1. ?1.50. $2 HATS FOR 75C.
SALES CLOSES
MARCH 2, 1903.
SAM'L E. DUGGINS,
2 WEST BROAD ST.
HOT ROLLS.
YOU REMEMBER THOSE HOT ROI.I S
mother used to make: well ATKINSON
makes the same kind at No. 327 Brook
Avenue; Old 'Phono, No. 2G19.
LADIES' COLUMN.
rVoME-MADB CARAMELS AT
I KAEMPF'S.
5C. AND IOC. BUYS POPULAR STAND
ard 50c. and 76c. Sheet Music at FER
GUSSON BROS.'. 11 "West Broad.
CHERRY WINE! FOR JELLY. 25C. PER
bottle, at CEASE'S, corner Sixth and
Broad Streets.
LADIES, IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD
to buy a new suite of Furniture for
the sitting room, get your old ones
reupholstered, to look like new, nt
J?RGENS", No. 6-1 East Broad Street.
Big: discount during dull season.
HOW CAN J?RGENS SELL THOSE
beautiful Baby Carriages so cheap? Ho
buvs them in car-load lots and is sat?
isfied with a small profit. No. 421 East
Broad Street.
DAVIS' FOB PHOTOS AND PORTRAITS
AT THE FOUNTAIN.
ORANGE PHOSPHATES.
LEMON PHOSPHATES,
WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATES,
THE BEST AND FINEST
FANCY SOFT DRINKS
IN THE CITY,
MARCHETTI BROS.' STORES,
DOfi K. MAIN AND ?17. E. BROAD.
LIQUORS.
RALEIGH RYE. J?.2S PER BOTTLE. A
drink for men of brains. CEASE'S.
PLY'MOUTH GIN, 70C PER BOTTLE,
at CEASE'S, corner Sixth and Broad.
?HOT0GRAPKS.
PHOTOGRAPHS OF RICHMOND FOLK
WATCH THE WINDOWS OF THE
ELITE STUDIO. No. 207 East Broad
Street, for the now display of Photo?
graphs this week. Richmond people ire
now sitting.
THE CARBON STUDIO. NO. 107 EAST
Broad Street, has no Interest or con?
nection with any other photograph bus?
iness In Richmond, except at this num?
ber. Here always can bo found every?
thing up-to-date and flrst-clasa In the
portrait lino.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PLYMOUTH O IN, 7AC. PER BOTTLE,
at CEASE'S, corner Sixth and Broad
Streets. _
PAX COMFORTER NO. 2 LEADS. CUR
Inff Cough when others tall; every bottle
warranted. Found at A. BODEKER
BROTHERS, SCO West Marshall and 2303
East Main.
,DAVIS' FOR BROOCHES AND CHARMS.
W. H. WHITE, CATERER. OLD
?Phines. 1139 and Sosl,
STRONG HOREHOUND DROPsToOOD
for a cold, at KAEMPF'S.
NORTH v.; * ?LINA CORN WHISKEY.
60c. per '.art, ut CEASE'S, con.er
Sixth and liioad Streets.
10.000 ?3? f.ES FINE ????t???* HAY;
8,000 Bales Choice Clover Hay, S5 cent;;;
500 tons Rock Salt for Stock ?? cents
for 100 pounds; 50.000 Oallcne While
Koroscnso Oil, 13 conta, B.-;ng your can.
U; O'S ULLI VAN. ?
DAVIS' G.ALLERIES. S17 AND 223, E.
Broad.
WANTED. DEAD OR ALIVE-ANIMALS
moved from all parts; no charge.
B1CKER3TAFF. New 'phone 1240.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING
positively and permanently cured.
DANIELS' SCHOOL OF VOICE AND
PHYSICAL CULTURE, No. 627 East
Broad Street.
FRESH AH? MAKES ?" CHTLD
healthy, strong and beautiful. Don't
fall to see the great bargain? !n
the greatest stock of Babv Car?
riages nt J?RGENS?. No. C27 Eaflt
Broad 'Street,
'Phone 2GG7.
DANIELS' METHOD OF DEEP
breathing and Physical Cult>iro
strOngthena the lungs, gives nctinn
to the heart and Is nature's greatest
blood purifier and nerve tonic, 'fh.rt
requisite of a long life la deep breath?
ing and a stralcili hack. Everv pu?
pil attending DANIELS' Large ?onool
has INCREASED THEIR CHEST
EXPANSION FROM 3 TO 5 3-i IN?
CHES. Information and reference fur?
nished on application, No. 627 East
Broad Street,_
'. REDUCED PRICES]
PRICES REDUCED ON WATCH WORK:
Cleaning, fl; Main Springs. $1; 20 years'
experience. WM. TOBIEN. Jr., ?08 E.
Broad Street. Richmond. Va. Specta?
cles _nnd Eyeglasses, 23c. All work
guaranteed.
PLUMBING AND TINNING.
C, H. COSBY, 7'? WEST BROAD
Street. You can have your plumbing
and tinning- don? promptly and stove
ropHlred, Old 'phone 2736.
PERSONALS.
W. H. WHITE. CATERER, OLD
'Phones, 1139 and 3?S1.
SCOTCH KISSES. HAVE TOH TRIED
them? KAEMPF'S. HO N. Ninth Street.
CELIX MALT WHISKEY. 69C. PER
bottle, at CEASE'S, Corner Sixth and
Broad Streets.
WANTED, TO SELL?HAULING, BY
the INDEPENDENT TRANSFER
COMPANY.
FERGUSSON BROS. {11. WEST BROAD)
are selling all late popular standard 60c.
and 70c. Sheet Music at 5c. and 10c.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT ALL
our repairing of watches, clocks and
Jewelry Is fully guaranteed. SMITH
& WEBSTER, G26 E. Main Street.
DON'T BUY A BABY CARRIAGE UN
til you have seen the beauties and low
prices at J?RGENS'. No. 421 East
Broad Street.
IF YOU WIS*H TO LOOK INTO PAST,
present or future consult Mrs. JACK?
SON. 1S0S East Marshall Street, Prices:
25c. to $1; strictly confidential.
DE SPATN'S FURNITURE COMPOUND
makes furniture, plata glass nnd plated
niPtals look like new. The Cable Co.
use It on their finest pianos; the Home
Sewing Machine use It on their best
machines. For sala by J. H. RUSBY,
00 East Broad and 1403 East Main.
BUNGARNER'S F1NT2 OLD MOUN
taln Whiskey, 75 cents quart, 9 years old;
absolutely pure. 8 pounds Cream
Cheese, 35 cents. Large quart bottle
Spanish Queen Olives, 15 cents. D.
OrSULLTVAN, Eighteenth and Main
Streets.
SPECIAL"
500 SOLID GOLD PLAIN AND SET
RINGS from $1.25 up. Gold filled
Watches from $8.50 up. A. SCHEER,
No. 1555 Ea?t Main Street, opposite Old
Ma rlcet.
SEWING MACHINES!
SPECIAL SA?E FOR TEN DAYS. WE
have a few machines slightly scratched;
If you want a bargain, call at once.
NEW HOME OFFICE, Ninth and
~ ST0RAGE~R?r?M. ~
FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE
room apply to Richardson & Chan
pell, No. 501 West Main Street (Bclvl
dero Building).
SHOE PARLORS.
DON'T WEAR RUBBER SHOES, CAUs?
iner the feet to sweat; have your shoes
whnlesoled with rublior soles for $1;
will keep off rheumatism and save doc?
tors' bills. Our rubber soles are sewed
on; no nails or pegs. 'Phone 2?67
DREWS ELECTRIC-POWER SHOF
FACTORY. TIR F. Main._
""W? TCH ES ~CL?15?S~REP?IREDr*
WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
repaired at very lowest prices. J.
WEINSTEIN. 1501 E. Main Street
i,r?-u-iiin ???Ml
BY
USING
THE SCOT'S ?""TEST ?[EB
(OLD 'PHONE SB)
#
HE WILL GALL FOR YOUR WAMT ADS. NO TROUBLE
SPARED AND EVERY EFFORT USED TO
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW""
WE S?LL
PAINTS, OIL, VARNISHES
AND PAINTERS' M'NDRIES.
Quality Ou aran teed. ? Price. Reasonable,
LEIBERMUTH-ABRAMS CO..
HS5 E. Main. Doll phone USO.
POULTRY SUPPLIES.
EGGS FOR HATCHING, INOUMTORS,
Poultry Foodn. Loa?o Ponder and
Ronp Curo. FANCIERS' SUPPLY CO..
?oa. 517-519 West. Binad Street.
"liTery'stableo "
Wanted, tue public to know
wo have Cabs for M?e, dar aii-.l tit t
JAMES M DONOLUH. No 1., ??.?. h
Eighteenth Street, 'phone Nos. ?61 ?uitt
315.
BUSINESS WANTS.
w. H. wlrur?T cateHbr, OLD
'Phone? 11,1? and &VS1.
WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that we nave on hand nome new Wa*>
ons to sell .cheap. JAS. M DON0UG1J
A: CO., No. 15 North Eighteenth Street,
G tn?? ESS' BROWN STOUT, DOG
hoarl bottling;, ?2.05 per dozen bottles, al
CEASE'?, corner Sixth end Broads Sta.
WHO TUNED ?YOUR PIANO? WHY;
FERGUSSON BROS., 11 West Broad,
of coursa. They, guarantee their work.
8,OC0 BUSHELS CJJOTCE FEED AT' '? ',
Conti?; M.(X1 Bushels Virelnln Corn.? M
centf. Make money bv savins It, Buy
of D. O'SULLIVAN, Eighteenth and
Main Streets.
WE ARE AT THE SAME PLACE. SER
vnnra for Richmond hoT.ien for women
?p'.? mon In Northern cities and States.
Apply SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCE
OFFICE. 21L N. Sixth Street.
THE BABY CARRTAOE THAT MOTH
er used to wheel 1= out of date?J?rgen
ha;? tho large.?! stock of the latest up
to-date corrlages in the My at loweet
prices. No. 4SI Eant Bitmd Btroet. ,
75C. HALF SALINO MENS SHOES G
ladlf.V, COc; every pair sewed: no nails,'
no pecs. DREWS ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE FACTORY. 71? E, Main. 'Phone,;
20R7; free dolIvOry. Cut this advertise-?
ment out. Is good for 10c.
WANTED, ?VERY ONE THAT 18
troubled with coughs, honrsenesa or
sore throat to try the CHEROKT'H
COUCH DROPS. The Old R-PaMa
Cough Cure, Se. ner box at all drug
stores and confectioneries.
ENTERTAINMENTS FURNISHED FOR
benefits of churches. lodges, societies,
etc., br the DANIELS ENTERTAIN?
MENT BPREAU. Professional or Am?
ateur talent. No. 627 East Broad St.
STENOGRAPHERS?WANTED PUPILS
for private Instruction by. teacher or
experience; graduate of Pitman system;
recent teacher of shorthand In Smlth
deal's Collego. Address Mrs. MAUD
SWINDELL, No. 317 West Grace Street,
city.
AFTER THE WEDDING CEREMONY
the procession forms, marches to JONES
BROS. & CO. (HO? East Main), the up
to.dnte from cellar to attic house fur?
nishers, and selects from he*t and largest?,
stock In city at lowest prices.
PUPILS PREPARED
FOR
THE DRAMATIC
OR
VAUDEVILLE STAGE
AND
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT.
DANIELS'
SCHOOL
AND
PRIVATE THEATRE,
627 EAST BROAD.
THE MOST COMPLETE SCHOOL
IN THE SOUTH.
FURNITURE HOSPITAL?ALL KINDS
of Furniture, both old and new. sue-,
cessfully treatd. Broken log's, arms oi
backs set In neat, scientific manner...
Internal Injuries of every description
radically cured. Bruises and scratches
honied, and all external Imperfection*
removed, restoring even the oldest fur- f
nlture to perfect youth and beauty.
Charges reasonable. Consultation free.
Office hour?, from 7 A. M. to fi P. M.
C. E. LYDA, "F. D. (F. D. Furniture
Doctor), No. 119 West Main Street. Old
'Phone, 2507.
FREE HALFSOLING; CUT OUT THIS,
advertisement, bring It to us and pay
cash for a pair of our Guaranteed 53.50 ?
SH<~10S and wo will halfsole them when
needed free of charge, or If the upper? :
break through before the first sola ?
wears out. will give you a new pair ?
instead. DREW ELECTRIC POWER I
SHOE FACTORY, No. 710 East Main St. ?'
Physical Culture. .| ?
Deep Breathing-,
Richmond, 2, 20, '03.
Mr. Melville Daniels;
Dear Sir,?When I commenced my
course with you In Dramatic Art, which
Includes your method of deep breathing
and physical culture, my chest expansion
was but two (2) Inches. I practiced my
exercises faithfully, and at the end oS
one week mv expansion .had increased to
5 Inches. After the eighth lesson It was
7>.i Inches, and I. am rapidly gaining In
weight and strength. I cheerfully recom?
mend your methods, as they are all yott>(
claim for them and much more.
Yours truly,
CASPER ? WENDLINGER. i
DANIELS' SCHOOL OF ACTING AND
Physical Culture. 627 East Broad.
UPHOLSTERING.
C C. LEVY. NO. 544 BROOK AVENlIE.
makes Mattresses. Cushions and Slip
Covers to order. Bell 'nhone lCbtj.
BIG D1COUNT FOR UPHOLSTERING
and recovering your Fu-HMire ?"?"?3
the dull season, at J?RGENS'. No. C1
East Broad Street.
IF YOU WANT ? GOOD HAIR MAT
tress, a nice Coueh. Box Couch, your
Furniture repaired and t reu?hol-tered
in best manner, your old Harr Mat
tresses made over like new or a alee,
soft Pillow Bolster or Cushion. wlJT?
to JACOB UMLAUF'S, No. 1? Weal
Main Street; his werk and p-tce? -'J
please you. He will also pacft &nd obg
your furniture and ohlm "wltli tar?.
Bell 'phone rft!,_
SPECIAL NOTJtCB,
WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY^AN?
Silverware at wholesalo prices. Call ?
j, WE1NBTK1N.S, IMI IS. . MainJBtrwtt.
S? WED "WOOD/ ~
?AVE MONEY BY " BUYING ^ YOUF
WOOD at II. S. ITRBAN'S. Snwed pine,
f\,H) and ?,75; oak wood. $6. Bowe and
Marshall Streets. Old 'phone l.'g?._
TOWN T?fi?S,
AFTER YOU HAVE TRIED DIFFBn?
ent cought remedies and found no relief,
try the Cherokee Cough Drops and be
happy; only 5c. per box. Trade aupplledl
by all wholesale druggists and O, B.
DYER. Candy Manfr., CM E. Marshall
Street. _
WA>i.ED?sop GIRLS.
TO TRY OUR ITALIAN OLD -FASHj
lone.l Croam Chocolates. MARCH KTT?
UROS,' STORKS. ??* En.ot Main e-nd
617 En?t Rroiid._
???G???t?" TO" CLASS ???.
W. H, WHITE, CATE TIE?, 0/LO
?Phonaf? H3D and St?l.
SCCPPHRNONO. BLAOKBEltRY AN??,
Port, Hie. par botti?, at CEABK'ft ?tv
i tur ?utti and, lirotui SItmi*

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