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WORD. Cash In Advance
WORKING WIT ADS.
THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS.
Cash In Advance
WANTED, LAC?f?S TO MAKE NBCK
wenr irom sample, X! to fl2 weekly, ex?
perience not necessary. Bond selt-ad
riir-ssi-d ?tamp envelop?. IDE Ali MFG.
CO. 508 W. 133d 8L, Now York.
SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALE.
WANTED, A POSITION AS HOURE
koeper at onco. Miss 15. 1. T11ACKBK,
caro Hov. P. II. Bennett, 814 North
WANTED. EMPLOYMENT AS CLERIC
or saleslady, by nn Industrious and -well
educated young lady, who is very quick
at figures. Addi ess "EMPLOYMENT,"
410 Pearl Street, Lynchburg-, Va.
WANTED, TRUNK MAKERS IN ALL
hranche.i. II. C. 1IELBER. 152 Columbia
Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED, THREE MALE STENOGRA?
PHERS to fill position, payin ?from
?40 to *60 per month. Ap.My to B-HMING
TON TYPEWRITER COv
WANTED. ? BRIGHT BOY TO LEARN
the printing trade. Apply ? P. M. to?
day to FOREMAN, Times-Dispatch
Composing Room (fifth floor).
WANTED, TWO GOOD CEMENT FIN?
ISHERS; must bo good men; steady
work nnd good pay. A. W. M'CLAY,
1913 Floyd Avenue.
FREE COURSE AND EXPENSES IN
any college or university to worthy
young man or woman. Bend addressed
envelope P. ?. Box SOG, Phllada.
WANTED, A REGISTERED OR REOI8
tered anslstnnt Pharmacist. Apply at
onco to A. DRUGOI8T, Postal Station
No. 2, Newport News, Va.
WOTUC FOR US AT ROME IN SPARE
time; no lettor writing or other fake
soli?me. Send 10c. tsllvor) for particu?
lars, etc. EMPIRE MFO. CO.. Box aC5,
COLORED LABORERS WANTED FOR
excavation on B. & O. contract at Koy
ser, W. Va.; wages, $1.40 per day and
work, nil summer. Apfy nt onco to W.
A. "LILLER, Koyser, W. Va.
WANTED, GOOD, RELIABLE, EXPE
rlenced hotel clerk; must have experi?
ence; send reference, with application.
GREENBRIER HOTEL, Roncevcrte, W.
WANTED, A PARTY WITT. J3.000 TO
15,000 to Join adverlMer in an oil-produc?
ing enterprise; guarantee against loss;
mi annual incorno equal to the invest?
ment practically certain; references ex?
changed. Address B. It, care this of?
WANTED. FOR THE U. S. ARMY: Able
bodied, unmarried men between ages of ?
and 85, citizens of United States, of good
character nnd temperate habits, who can
?peak, read and write English. For infor?
mation appy to RECRUITING OFFICER.
110 East Broad Street. Richmond. Va.
TRUSTWORTHY PERSON IN EACH
county to manage business of old estab?
lished house of solid financial standing;
straight bona fid* weekly salary of ?18
paid by chock each Wednesday, with all
expensen, direct from headquarters;
money advanced for expenses. ??-??
GER, SS2 Caxton Bldg., Chicago.
MOLER'S RARBER SCHOOL. NEW
YORK CITY". More students wanted;
eight weeks completes; wnges Satur?
days; ?10 to JSM5 weekly guaranteed grad?
uates; can earn free scholarship, board
and transportation before entering; spe.
clal Inducements now; wrlto for cata?
WANTED. BY A GENTLEMAN WITH
flrst-clasi reference a situation ns as?
sistant bookkeeper. Addresa BOOK?
KEEPER, care this offlco.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST, AGED
28. single, desires position In good town
of Bovoral thousnnd population; capable
of managing store. Address DRUG?
GIST. 28, care this office.
BALESMEN-SIDE LINE, PAYS HOTEL
and cigar money every day; goods paid
i for when sold; pocket Bamples. Give
present line and territory. MAER GUM
CO., Memphis, Tenn.
IJ.00O WTLL SECURE ONE-HALF InI
ter<Mt In seven copyrights of MANU?
SCRIPTS of heart-thrllllnc nschycologi
cal love stories of the highest of re?
ligious fiction and other works; an ad?
vertiser would Join purchaser In form?
ing Joint stock compnnv to bring tho
hooks prominently before the reading
public, or would Join In some other
arrangement for bringing the books
out promptly. For Interview address
AUTHOR, care this office.
FARM'VOR'SALE, 846 ACRES; DWEL-'
ling, S rooms; good outbuildings.
Furlher information address "P. H. J.,"
Relsches. Va., Sussex county.
FOR SALE?CHEAP FOR CASH, A NICE
PHAETON arm HARNESS, in good or?
der. Call at 202 North Avenue, Barton
FOrt HALE?BROWN LEGHORN EGGS,"
puro stock. ?5 per hundred, or 73_. for IS
eggs. E. W. MOOREHOUSE. 18 West
PRIME COTTONSEED MEAL AND
Hulls nnd Mixed Moal and Hulls. We
have t.hem for sale; pri?es right and
finality guaranteed. KERSHAW OIL
MILL Kershaw, B, C.
TOR SALE?WINE AND LIQUOR
store on prominent street nt market
Large bottle and Jug store. Good rea?
sons for selling. Address SHEA & Mc
GUIRE. 60t? N, Gay Street, Baltimore,
.WANTED, TO SELL, OLD ESTABL1SH
ed two-story Grocery and Liquor Stand,
. cornor etoro, fronts 30 leet and runs
back full square; also good stock Groc?
eries and Liquors, etc.; liquor license
for one year from May 1, 1903. Address
SUBURBS, Station A, Richmond.
BOARD-I CAN ACCOMMODATE TWO
or throe more gentlemen boarders. Ap?
ply to Miss WOOD, 107 W. Clay.
WANTED, GENTLEMEN OCCUPANTS
for two large and nicely furnished
rooms; convenient to board. Address
"E.," enro this office,
FOR RENT, FOR THE SUMMER, MY
delightful residence, furnished: at the
University of Vinglrla. J. M. CULLEN,
COLONIAL COTTAGE TO RENT. FUR
nlshed, for summer. For particulars,
FRANK GREAVES, University of Vir?
FOR RENT OR SALE-FORTY-ROOM
HOTEL at Mnnassas, Vs.; will sell fur?
niture, bar, stock and fixtures. Apply
to Mrs. A. DAVIS, Manassaa, Va.
POR RENT-AMELIA HOTEL. THIS
popular summer resort and very desir?
able hotel, containing 45 rooms, partly
furnished: has Just been repaired and
made ready. Apply to P. T, SOUTH
ALL. WUliamsburg, Va.
LOST. ON C. & O. TRAIN BETWEEN
Richmond and Orange, Va., on Tues?
day. 14 th inst. a small Hip Pocket-Book
with small amount of money and some
papers with pay mime on same. Finder
will please write to me and got reward
If desired. jj\ Jtf.. M, MULLAN. Madlaoa
(X EL. YA*
From J. R. CAMPBELL, Hinton, W. Va.
Fire prizes -will be awarded each
week for the best drawing sub?
mitted, illustrating that It pays ad?
vertisers to use The Tlmos-Dlspateh
want columns. The six prize? will
awarded In the following order, viz.:
First prize, 32; second, 'third, fourth,
fifth and. sixth prizes, ft each.
ALL DRAWINGS MUST BB OIUO
INAL AND MUST BE MADE WITH
FLAT8 FOR RENT.
WANTED. TENANT FOR FIRST FT/DOR
FLAT on South Fifth Street: suitable
for light housekeeping. Apply 122 South
WANTED, "WITH PRIVATE FAMILY,
in desirable residence section of city,
ono or two nicely furnished',rooms, with
bath attached, for bachelor; best refer?
ences given. Address Box 543, Rich?
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, TO RENT TWO OR THREE
rooms In basement or first floor on
Grac?, Franklin or Main Street? for doc?
tor's offices. DOCTOR, care this office.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
WANTED. TO RENT OR BU?, SUBUR
ban HOME; convenient to electric cars.
Address T. L. DARNELL, General De?
WANTED. TO BUY A FEATHER BED
for cosh. Address J. M, C? 91G% West
WANTED, TO BORROW iWO ON 201
acres of Henrlco county land. Address
F. a HOENNINGER, McCormlck Har?
vester Machine Co.
WANTED, A GOOD FARM. 600 OR
over, near river or railroad, with brick
mansion; state price and full particu
lara, W. B. PLUM. Stevens, Pa._
6.000'ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ten days at 6c. F. L. BRAUER &
WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE
and varied line of Watches In the city
and take pleasure In showing them.
JAHNKET BROS., Watchmaker? and
Jewelers, 912 East Main.
DON'T THROW AWAY TOUR OLD
books, pamphlets, papers, etc.. I buy
them. D. H. HEY. 733 East Cary.
SHAKE 'WELL BEFORE USING?IT
grows hair on bald' heads and restores
irray hair to natural oolor. KOENIG'S
HAIR TONIC, 427 North Sixth.
WANTED. DEAD OR ALIVE?ANIMALS
moved from all parts; no charge.
BICKERSTAFF; "'Phone 2811.
DON'T -WORRY ABOUT FLIES; LET
VAUGHAN fit your homo up with
Screens. Doors and Windows, nnd'then
you will be happy. C. W. VAUGHAN,
C02 East Broad Street
IF ROME DOCTOR DESIRES A STYL
ish. safe nnd kind HORSE, ro TO-DAY
to LASSITER'S. Baia private.
THINK IT OVER. THE WORLD RB
nowned ChtekorlnK Pianos, the oldest,
the best. Call and see them, FURGUS
SON BROS., 11 West Broad.
DID YOU NOTICE IT7 MEN'S HALF~
sole, 86c.? ladles' half-solo, SOc. ; heels,
16c; all work guaranteed, called for
and delivered free. BALTIMORE
SHOE HOUSE, 1710 East Main.
DREW'S NEW WAY TO REPAIR
SHOES; a whole solo; no Joint to leak,
no nails to tear the sock; Men's, ft;
Ladies, SRc. 'Phone 2607. Will nail and
deliver. DREW'S ELECTRIC POWER
???? FACTORY, 710 B. Main.
WANTED?WE TAKE YOUR OLD
Watches in part payment on elegant
new Watches. JAHNKE BROS..
Watcrvemabera and Jowelors, 913 East
WniTE FOR OUR PRICE LIST OF
Oak Tanned Reltlnp and Raw-Hldo Lace
Leather. The only manufacturers in
the State. Repair work neatly done.
THE VIRGINIA LEATHER CO.. Rich?
I POSITrVTEILY GUARANTEE TO IN
crease the ehest expansion of any lady
or gentleman to 6 Inches In ? weeks
bv my method of deep brcuthlngi and
physical culture. MELVILLE DAN?
IELS' SCHOOL 627 E. Brond. Special
attention given to children; lady always
?PHONE 634 IS KAEMPF'S CANDIES.
Call them up when In need of Fresh
6,000 ROIjLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ten day? at 6c F. L. BRAUER &
BETTER THAN DOCTORS AND MEDI
clnes?DANIELS' method of deep
breathing; and physical culture. It costs
nothing to Investigate; 627 East Broiul.
WANTED, 500 SUITS OF FURNITURE
to reupholster at great discount prices
during dull season; no chargre or trou?
ble to make estimates on work. J?R?
GENS, 421 East Broad.
A^jT^RAG?-fiCO^CW ?USSEa ?t.
BLACK INK ON WHITE PAPER
OR CARDBOARD, AND MUST NOT
EXCEED 5?? INCHE3 IN WIDTH.
Name /and address must be written
plainly ON BACK OF DRAWING.
Do not send letters, but Inclose stamp
if you wish drawing returned. Do
not fold, but roll, when mailing. Ad?
dress all drawings to "Cartoon Con?
test," Room No. 17, Times Building.
6,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAFEH FOR
next ten days at d?. F. L. BRAUER &
WE PRINT TO PLEASE. TRY US AND
pee. RICHMOND FKINTNG CO.. 1208
East Franklin Street; 'phone 2662.
DON'T THROW IT AWAY?SCKREMP.
& TU MA, the parasol makers and re?
pairers, can make It good as new for
little cosL 817 North Sixth.
WILL MISS T. TELL MRS. G. THAT
J(URGENS) Is reupholstorlng furniture
during dull season at discount prices?
Everybody is Invited to take advantage
of them. 421 East Broad.
IT'S UP TO YOU. TO CALL FOR THE
finest at the Palm Garden (next to
I Bijou); Just opened; choicest fruits,
finest confections and best soft drinks
In the city. Bring your sweetheart
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. THE
VIRGINIA LEATHER COMPANY,
Richmond. aro the only man?
ufacturers of Oak Tanned Belting
and Raw-Hide Lace Loathor In the
State. Repair work neatly done.
HAVE YOU SEEM THE NEW CREA
tion that has caused the latest and
greatest sensation? The Davenport &
Tracey Piano? Finest Piano made for
the money. Strictly high grade. See
the complete stock at FERGUSSON
BROS', U West Broad.
GET A NICE EMBLEM BUTTON FOR
the Order ef Eagles at SM-TH~& WEB?
STER'S, 626 E. Main.
IF IT'S WALL PAPER YOU'RE LOOK
lng for and want the best at satisfac?
tory prlceo call and see us. F. L.
BRAUER & BROTHER. 203-210 North
TO BE AN ACTOR OR ACTRESS TAKE
tho shortest road to the stage via DAN?
IELS' SCHOOL OF ACTING: most
complete school In the South; private
theatre in connection: 627 East Broad.
ARE YOU IN LOVE? IF YOU WANT
to marry, or correspond with some pretty
girl or handsome young man, for pieos
uro or improvement, send lOots. in coin
or stamps for copy of the Elite Corres?
pondents' Guide, and wa will print your
name and address In the "Guide" one
timo freo. Address THE GUIDE PUB.
COMPANY, Box CS5. Richmond, Va.
A BOX OF KAEMPF'S CANDIES WILL
make your lady friend happy.
DON'T DO ANYTHING UNTIL YOU
see us. F. L. BRAUER & BROTHER.
JANE. EVERYBODY IS PRAISING
CORRY'S CLIMAX CLEANER: It make,
house cleaning so easy. Go to 18 East
Broad Street and get some, we'll try It
50 ENVELOPES, YOUR NAME, BURI
nnss neatlv printed in corner for 25o,
HARRIS PRINTING CO., 1203 E. Frank?
lin Street, Richmond, Va.
LADIES' CHESTS AND BUSTS DEVEL
oped (no massage); results positively
guaranteed; best city reference; lady al?
ways in attendance. DANIELS' SCHOOL
PHYSICAL CULTURE, 027 East Broad.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY,
Suits 816 up. Trousers 85 up. RICH?
MOND TAILORING CO.. Charles A,
Spence, manager, Sixth and Main,
WE DO PRINTING THAT 18 PRINT
Ing. RICHMOND G?????? CO., 120S
East Franklin Street. 'Phone 2602.
WANTED. YOU TO CALL 'PHONE 26?2
and we will send nur representative to
see you. RICHMOND PRINTING CO.,
1208 East Frnnklln Street; 'phone 2662.
GOVERNMENT CLERK, WASHING
ton, D. ? , department; would exchange
by transfer with clerk under Treasury
Department, classified servico, In tha
Onrollnoe. Address "EXCHANGE," care
WANTED, CLARA. KATIE AND ALL
the reat of the girls to tell their beet
fellows to buy our old fashioned Italian
Cream Chocolates,? best In tha city,
MARCHETTI BROS., two stores, ?06 E.
Main and 617 E. Broad.
AWNINGS, TENT8 AND FLAGS.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MAKING
Window Awnings. 'Phono us, 2142, and
wo will gladlv oall and give estimates.
J. ROSS JONES _ BRO., SW E_st Broad,
W? MAKE AWNINGS-B A R ? ? ?
Heights and Chestnut Hill?without ex?
tra charge. 'Phono J. ROS3 JONES &
SAVE MONEY AND ORDER YOUR
Awnings now; remember tho hot wave si
coming. 'Phone 2576 and we will call. M.
O. COPELAND CO., IOS ?. Ninth Street.
Out-of-town ordor* receive prompt at
o?T?gTnal antTq'?Ve i7?;rn?ture'.
Clocks. Chine. Brass lioods, Glassware.
_&J_v **?- Afi-W ?$** J?L?_i*
SPECIAL SALE FOR TKN DAYS OF
several fine pieces of Antique Furniture
and Brie-a-Brao, IM> and ill North
IVBK JOHNSON BICYCLB8, BEST
Wheel in Richmond, for the money.
Only at TOMPKINS' CYCLE STORE,
Sii west Broad.
MURDER! NO. NOI OLD RAZORS |
mide ??*-", Hollowgmtind. Honed nnd
Strapped to perfection. 409 East Brosd.
ARE YOU LOOKING TOR BARGAINS
In Clothing? Trv THF, BALTIMORE j
BARGAIN HOUSE, IM East Broad SL.
Cash or Credit Clothlnc muse.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
THAT S HTM?JO BICKERRTA FF." THE
expert?He has one store. 1803 East Main.
He sells, buys, rents exchanges or re?
pairs anvthlng In shape of a bicycle.
BELTING AND LACE LEATHER.
BEST OAK TANNED PELTING AND
RawhMe lAce Leather. THE VIRGINIA
LEATHER CO.. Richmond, the only
manufacturers In the State. Repair
work neatly done.
"BOARDING AND LIVERY STABLES.
FOR COMMODIOUS. DRY. WARM
Stalls, send your Horses to the "Tem?
ple" and "Madison" Boarding avid Sale
Stables; first-class attention at rea?
sonable prices; special rates for fancy
horres. ?. D. KAY, Proprietor.
CAKES AND JELLY ROLLS.
CAKES AND JELLY ROLLS. SPTO
clals. 3-pound for 25c.; 25c. Layer Cakes |
?Oo. Our 25o. Pound Cakes are delicious.
Seven kinds of Cakei 16c. each.
DRINOCARD'S, 423 1-2 North Sixth Sti
BICYCLES AND MOTOR-CYCLES,
TIRES GUARANTEED' NOT TO PUNC
ture; bicycle repairing a specialty; If
not pleased, no charges. Coaster brakes
?nmranteed against anything. D. W.
VAUGHAN. 618-East Main.
CASH OR CRED?tT
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY AND
sell you Men's, Boys' and Children's
Clothings, Hats and Furnishing Goods
on easy terms. Do not compare our
price with other cash or credit storos,
nut with tho cheapest ?pot cash store
in tho ci tv. BALTIMORE BARGAIN
HOUSE. 10"? East Broad Stroet. Cash or
Credit Clothing House.
CARDS AND BILL-HEADS.
CARDS, BILL HEADS. NOTE HEADS,
etc., printed neatly and quickly: we
never disappoint. RICHMOND PRINT?
ING CO.. 1508 East Franklin Street
'Phone 2662. _
ICE CREAM, tl PER GALLON; PIES,
Cakes and Pastries in every style;
Fruits. Tobacco, etc.: 'phone 2253, WIN?
STON'S, 637 Brook Avenue.
LADIES" AND GENTS*'' CLOTHING
thoroughly cleaned and pressed. THE
MODEL DYEING & CLEANING
WORKS. 412 W. Broad Street- 'Phone
COAL AND TIMBER LANDS.
WANTED. OWNERS FOR INVEST
ment?Tract of Pocahontas Coal Lands,
on or near railroad, or would purchcae
coal mines at Investment price; also
tract yellow pine timber land; also
plumbago mines, copper minos, mica
mines. INTER* L. GUARANTY & INV.
COMPANY, Washington, D. C.
~dy ? In g ?ncTcleaning.
LADIES* AND GENTS? CLOTHING
thoroughly denned and pressed. THE
MODEL DYEING AND CLEANING
WORKS. 412 West Broad Street: 'phon?
BEFORE ORDERING THAT NEW, SUFT
come and see the nice assortment ai
Sixth and Main. Suits, ftfi up: Trousers,
?3 up. RICHMOND TAILORING CO.,
Chas. A. Spence, Manager.
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THE GIRLS
are sweet, but they like the delicious
phosphates of every flavor at "THE
FOUNTAIN," 900 East Main.
NO TROUBLE OR CHARGE TO MAKE
estimates on reupholsterlng old furni?
ture. Get your work done now at dis?
count prices. J?RGENS', ?21"* East
76C! HALF SOLING MEN'S SHOES;
Lad I i'.s, 60c; best leather; overy pair
restltched: no nails, no pegs. DREW'S
ELECTRIC POWER SHOE FACTORY.
710 E. Main; 'phone 2667. Will call and
deliver. This advertisement good for
10c. payment half soling.
KAEMPF*S CANDIES ARE FRESH
every hour/ ?
FRANKLIN HOUSE. 1206 FHANKLIN,
board and small singlo room, $3.60; larger
rooms. $4/00; lodging, ??n. nnd P0o.: re?
duction by week. Office always oajen;
capacity CO; 'pilone 2655.
KEEP MONEY IN CIRCULATION AT
home by using the VIRGINIA LEATH?
ER CO 'S Oak Tanned Belting and Raw
Hide Lace Leather of Richmond. Tho
onlv manufacturers In the State. Satis?
FOR SALE. A FINE ASSOUTMENT OF
Grocery Wagons. If you need Rubber
Tires, Runabout, call to see me. I
can save you money. B. C. BRISTOW,
19 South Fifteenth Street
PLANTS AND FLOWERS._
WANTED, LOT OWNERS TO KNOW
that Growing Plants and Flowers can
be had for beautifying their sections at
the Cemetery's Green Houses, near the
PRINTING! PRINTING!! PRINTING!!!
RCHMOND PRINTING CO., 1208 East
Franklin Street 'Phone 2062._
I ?UR BUSINESS IS PRODUCING PRINT
' ing that Is a business brlnger for you.
Try us nnd see. RICHMOND PRINTING
CO., 1208 E. Franklin Street. 'Phone
6? ITS T?' 0R DE R,
"EVERY STITCH MADE IN RICH
mond." Nica assortment of Pults, $15
up. Trousers, $*? un. RICHMOND TAL
LOR1NO CO.. Sixth and Main. Charles
A. Spence. Manager.
TRY BABY CHIC FOOT), ?jTTT.E
chicks. FANCIER SUPPLY CO., B17-519
Wast Broad Street,
PLUMBING ANO TINNING.
C. ?'h COSBY. i? WEST BROAD
Street. You can have your plumblmf
and tinning done promptly and stove
repaired. Old 'phone 2736.
YES IT IS A POSITIVE FACT; JIIH.
GENS' Bip Upholstering Department li
offering big discount prices on roup
holsterlng during the next two weeks.
?Phone them; they'll call make eetfr.
??-??? ire*} o? ctar*?.*. 4SI. Itati? Bt-bA.
DAVIS GALLERY IS STILL THE MOST
reliable place for photographs. Compare
our work and prices. From 25a up; 222
and K17 Broad.
EGGS f?1?"t?tcUINO; ALL VARJE
tles. FANCIER SUPI'Y CO., 617-519 W.
8ILVER AND NICKEL PLATING.
WE DO SILVER "AND NICKEL PLAT
Ing. FLTPPEN PLATINO WORKS,
1807 East Main StreeL
., . ._ . ?
RUNABOUTS AND WAGONS.
FOR NEW AND SECOND HAND RUN
abouts, Wagons, Phaetons. Surreys. Day
tons, come to see mo. W. C SMITH,
No. 814 North Fifth atreet
IN THE MOUNTAINS,
TUB BRANDON, BASIC CITY, VA_
? OPEN JUNE 1ST.
TERMS SAME AS LAST YEAR.
MISS DODSON, 2901 Q St., N. W., Wash?
ington, D. C, until June lsL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND
Silverware at wholesale prices Call at
J. WElNSTEIN's, 1501 EV Main Street.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
RICHMOND PRINTING CO.. 1?0S B.
Franklin Street. 'Phone 2682.
Yards and sections seeded in
lawn grass or turfed with beautiful
green sod; flower borders made and
beautified: nil work guaranteed. Ad?
dress L R. TYTtEE, 1901 W. Main.
TO MY FHIEND8 AND THE PUBLIC:'
I no longer work for Taylor A Brown,
J. A. Grieg Shoe Co. or the W, L.
Douglas 8ho6 Co. Do not nooopt th?
same as my work. For the same high
grade shoe repairing send work direct:
if It is not the neatest and best work
done In Richmond there will be no
charge. . J. G. LBLAND, 205 N. Fifth
SIS BUYS A"SPLENDID $30 NEW. BALL
Bearing Sewing Machine; 5-yoar guar?
antee. NEW HOME SEWING MA?
CHINE CO., 902 East Broad.
FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE
room apply to Richardson & Chap
pell, No. 501 West Main Street (Belvl
SAVE MONEY BY BUYING YOUR
Wood at H. S. URBAN'S. Sawed Pine,
$4.50 and $5.50: Oak wood, $5.75. Bowo
and Marshall Streets. Old 'Phone 1820. '
ALL THE TALK ABOUT TOWN IS AT?
KINSON'S Hot Rolla. Cakes. Pies, etc
827 Brook Avonue, 'phono 2619.
"!?C G^NITNIRP DNOMRCIR; THAT
means us. RICHMOND PRINTING
CO., 1208 East Franklin Streot; 'phone
C. C. LEVY, NO. 544 BROOK AVENUE,
UpholFterer and Mattress maker. Old
Hair Mattress made good as new. I
park and ship furniture; also mnlie
Cushion and Slip Covers to order.
BIG DISCOUNT PRICES ARE NOW
offered on reupholstenng furniture by
J?RGENS' Big Upholstering Depart?
ment during dull season; no charge for
estimates on work. 421 East Broad.
JACOB UMLAUF, 708 W. MAIN STREET.
We do all kinds of upholstery; make
nice Hair Mattresses to order; make
over Hair Mattresses like new; pack and
ship furniture, China, otc. ; cut and make
Slip Covers. Prices always rlg.nL Boll
WATCHES, CLOCKS REPAIRED.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
repaired at very lowest prices. J.
WEINSTEIN. 1501 E. Main StreoL
City Licenses for the
havo been placed In my hands for .collec?
tion, and are due now. as follows!
Boggnge and Ex?
PRIVATE EN- s.
Parties falling to pay this tax on or
befoi. APRIL 80. 1803. will bo subject t?
the penalty prescribed by the City Ordi?
nances, which Is not less lhan $1 nor
more than 520 per day for encdi day's busi?
ness carried on after April 80, 1903, the
same to be imposed by tho Police Jus?
tice. F. W. CUNNINGHAM.
??_1___*_Collector City Taxes.
Richmond, Va,. April ?. 1903.
THE MEMBERS OF VIRGINIA COUN?
CIL, NO, 2, D. OF L, aro requested to
attend a call meeting at Nelson's Hall
nt 3 o'clock THIS (Wednesday) AFTER
NOON to attend tho funeral of our de?
ceased ?istor, Mrs. Martha Merrlduo.
(Signed) Mrs. JAMES WADE,
TOR SALE OR RENT.
THAT EXTRA LARGE AND
NEW BRICK WAREHOUSE
of B, 0. Chatkley _ Co,,
Situated foot of Freo Brld.o; house 75x
125; granolithic lloors; lino offices nnd
lullet rooms; two trunk linos H. It. ciii
lu-.rii'iii? on lt.-, spacious lot; liic.ulc. me_
(i-ii_wi' and P. (>. facilities comnleAe.
AUCTION SALES?THIS DAY.
By 0* L. & Hi L. Denoon,
Real Batate Auctioneers,
821 Main Street
Trustee's Sale of.,_
NEAT FRAME DWELLING
In Jackson Ward, Being
No. 8 East_ Duval bt.
By virtue of <i certain deed of trust
dated November L 1PM, and recorded In
D. B. 1R3 "A," page 204, Richmond Chan?
cery Court, default having been ronde In
the payment of cortnln notes secured
therein, and being ?eoulred by the holder
of same so to do. I will sell at publia auc?
tion, on tho premises, on
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22, 1903.
nt ? o'clock P. M.. the above property, de?
scribed as follows; All that lot of land,
with Improvements thereon, on the north
line of Duval Street, commencing 90 feet
east of St. James Street, thenoe running
eastwardlv end fronting on Duval Street
20 feet, and extending back between
parallel lines ?? feet.
The Improvements consist of a very
neat two-story Frame Dwelling of about
six rooms. Tills Is frncd renting property.
And parties desiring to Invest In small
dwellings oan safely buy here.
TERMS?Cash a* to expenses of sale,
any taxes that may be due. and sufficient
to pay a debt of $780.69, with Interest from
April 15, 1?T.
C. ?? DENOON, Trustee.
O. L. A H. L. Denoon, Auctioneers.
By The Valentine Auction Co
j 615 East Broad Btraet
Q ? O W-C A S ES. REFRIGERATORS,
?5 SCALES. BOOKS. SEWING MA?
CHINES, NEW MATTINO, HOUSE?
HOLD FTTRNTTURE. OARDEN TOOLS
AND FARMING IMPLEMENT& ETC.,
TO-DAY (Wednesday), APRIL 22D, we
will soil at auction at our auction ware
room. No. 612 East Broad Street, at 10:30
o'clock. 2 Oood Oval-front Show-Coses, *i
Good Refrigerators Counter Scales, 2
Good Sowing Machines. B0 Volumes of
Books, Oarden Toolg and Farming Imple?
ments, Bec*?-room Suits, Wardrobes, Side?
boards, Extension Tables, Odd Dressers,
Rugs, Druggets, Art Squares, China Case,
Chlffonlors, Folding Beds, Tninks, 100 As
sorted Chairs, Iron Beds, Hair Mattresses,
Bed Springs. 10 Rolls New Alatttng.
Stoves, etc. The ladle? Invited tn attend.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
By N. W. Bowe.
Real Estate Auctioneer.
RUSTEES? AUCTION SALE
MARSHALL COTTON MILLS,
IN MANCHESTER. OPPOSITE RICH?
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated December 30, 1S99, to the undersigned
trustees, recorded In Manchester Hustings
Court In Deed-Book, volume 21, poco 80,
and In compliance of a decree of the
Law and Equity Court of the city of Rich?
mond, entered March 2?. 1901, In the suit
of "Noltlng's Executrix vs. Marshall
Manufacturing Company et als," we will
sell by public auction, on the promises, on
MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1903,
at 1 o'clock P. M., the VALUABLE PROP?
ERTY above referred to. commonly
known as "Marshnll Cotton Mills." The
buildings, quite large and substantial in
character and eminently woll suited for
manufacturing purposes, are situated on
perpetually leased ground, the water
power being furnished by the lessor at
the rate of about $10 per horse-power per
annum, with the privilege of working day
and night. The mills nre also convenient
to shipping facilities. by rail as weil as
With the buildings will bo sold the
water-wheels and main line of shafting.
TERMS?Cash, or as may be other?
wise announced at the time of sale.
E. C. MASS1E.
A. W. PATTERSON.
Api ?-tds Trustees.
The above sale Is postponed on account
of the rain until
WEDNESDAY, APRII. 22. 1903,
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
E. C. MASSI?.
A. W. PATTERSON,
Geo. W. Mayo, Auctioneer.
GROCERIES, SHOWCASE, ICE-BOX.
OU, TANK. SCALES, FIXTURES,
ETC.. AT AUCTIOfN.
I will sell for account of the owner at
No. 100 Y*rood Street. Chelsea Hill, at 10:30
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22. 1903,
a small stock of Groceries, 3 Show-Cases,
Ice-Box, Oil Tank, Scales, Counters,
Shelving, and numerous other articles.
A. R MAYO, Proprietor.
Oeo, H. Valentine, Salesman.
"?U CTTp N~ S?LE S-^RJT U R ? DAYS.
By J. D. Carnea! ? Son,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
? COMPARATIVELY NEW WELL
BUILT 7-ROOM DETACHED DWELL?
ING IN ONE OF THE BEST LOCA
TIONS IN FA TR MOUNT. BEINO
NO. 1110 N. TWENTY-SECOND
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated June 2, 1902, and recorded In tho
Honrlco County Court clerk's office In
D. B. 1C4 B. page 31?. default having boon
mado in tho payment of a portion of tho
debt secured thereby, and having been re?
quired by the beneilclory therein so to do,
I will on
MONDAY. APRIL 27, 19oS,
at ? o'clock P. M., on the promises, pro
coed to sell by public auction the property
conveyed therein, via. ; That lot of land,
with all Improvements thereon, In Fair
mount, Honrlco county. Va., fronting 30
feet on the west line of Twenty-second
Street, beginning 161 foot and ? Inches
north of Q Street, and running back be?
tween parallel lines 125 feet and S Inches
to a 14-foot alley.
TERMS? Cash sufficient to pay all cost
of sal?, all taxes to day of Bale, and a
debt of $111.60, now due, 30 payments as
evidenced by 9 notes for $13.w> each, 20
notes for $40.60 each and one note for $44,
all dated June 2, 1902, payable respectively
nt 10, 11, 12, 18, 14, 16, 18, 17. 18, 21, 24,
27, SO, 83, 88. 39. 42, 4fi, 48. 61, 54, 67, CO, 63, IM.
09, 72, 75. 78 and ono year nftur date, and
residue at 13 months, to be secured by
deed of trust on the property.
ROBERT LECKY, Jr.,
Api 23-?t Trustee.
SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE
Newly arranged and papered, on
the THIRD FLOOR of the TIMES
DISPATCH BUILDING. Light,
heat end Janitor cervice. For
price and particulars apply to the
FOR RENT, ONE OF THE MOST
D?Sr?ABLB SUBURBAN PLACES
NEAR RICHMOND, rlsht on tho street
ear line, goad FARM OF 70 ACRES; ele?
gant dwelling. G:' roomaj double, cottage
hi yard; bath, furnace, ..>?.. In nuua
builiiiuxt fruit. ?lii.uU and good waten
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAYS.
By H. Seldon Taylor,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
No. 8 N. Eleventh Street
A Valuable Farm of 8V> Acre?, Caned
"Brookwood" (formerly "Chatsworth"),
In Henrloo county, about 2H miles east oi
the oity of Richmond, on James River
and Osborne Turnpike, having extensive
frontage on both, with a large. Comfort?
able Brick and Frame Dwelling and other
improvements thereon. This place adjoin?
Chaff In's Dairy Farm.
In execution of a certain deed of trust
to the undersigned Trustees, dated Sep?
tember 6, 1900, and duly recorded In the
clerk's office of Henrlco County Court In
D. B, 100 "B," pago 26, default having
been made In the payment of ?evernl of
the notes secured by said deed, and being
required so to do by the holder of sala
notes, we will offer this desirable Farm
for salo at public auction In ftjont of Hen?
rlco County Conrthonse on
FRIDAY. APRIL 24. 1903,
at 1 o'clock P. M., being the i-iia tract
of land, oontalnlng 350 acres, more or less,
conveyed by said deed of trust. The dwel?
ling is a large substantial one of 10 or U
rooms, and surrounded by a- beautiful oaj?
grove. There are stables and other out*
nouses on this place nnd an abundant sup
ply of pure spring water.
In lieu of the terms prescribed by the
deed, and by consent of all parties In
interosL the terms of sole will be one
third cosh, balance on a credit of one and
two years, for notes with Interest added
and secured by a deed of trust
IL SELDON TATLORi
?. W. PATTERSON,
Api 17-tds Trustees.
By C_L. * IL L Donoon.
821 Main Street.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
Two Small Dwellings
In Jaokson Ward.
By virtue of a oertaln deed of trust
dated November 18. 1897, D. B. 161 C, page
433, Richmond Chancery CourL default
having been made In the payment of cer?
tain notos socurod therein, and being re?
quired by the holder of same so to do. I
will soli at public auction, on the prem?
MONDAY. APRIL 27, IMS,
at ? oOlook: P. M., the following property %
All that lot of land, with tho Improve?
ments thereon, lying and being in the city
of Richmond, Va., on the north side oC
Spring (or Creole) Street, beginning 146 feet
east of Brook Avenue and fronting on
Spring Street 30 foot, and extending back!
between parallel lines 70 feet. The Im
firoveraents consist of two small dwell?
ngs. Nos. 6 and 7 Crook Street.
TERMS?Cash as to expense of sale?
any taxes that may bo due, and suffi?
cient to pay a debt of ?175, with Interest
from November 18, 1901.
C. L. DENOON, Trustee.
C. L. & H. L. Denoon, Auctioneers.
By A J. Chewnlng Company,
Real Estato Auctioneers.
RUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
NO. 711 LOUTSLVNA STREET.
By virtue, of a cortoin deed of trust
dated August 30. 1?92. of record in clerk's
office of Henrlco County Court in D. B.
140 B, pago 272, default being made in the
payment of the debt thereby secured, and,
being required by the beneficiary so to
do, we will sell by auction, upon th.
SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 190S.
at 6:30 o'clock P. Ml, the property fronting
18 feot on tho north lino of Louisiana
Street, near Erin Streit, by a depth of
110 foet to an alley 10 feet wide. Upon
said lot is a good stwo-story Framo Dwell?
TERMS?As per deed, cash, but by con?
sent of tho beneilclary more liberal terms
?.an bo had if desired by the purchaser.
Property In this section is enhancing in
value rapidly, so attend this sale and
A. J. CHEWNING.
EDW. S. ROSE,
Api 19-tds Trustees.
By C, L & H. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
?21 Main Street
? \j _.? j. w \j f
MEDIUM-SIZED FRAME DWELLINGS,
NOS. 1211 AND 121S TAYLOR STREET.
Rv virtue of the provisions of a certain!
deed of triVt dated February U, 1003, and
recorded in the clerk's office of Richmond
Chancery Court, D. B. 174 C, page 37, de?
fault having been made In the payment
of certain notes secti'ed therein, and be?
ing roqulreri by the holder of same so to
do, I will sell at publio auction, on the
SATURDAY. APRIL 26, 1903,
nt ? o'clock P. M*. the above property*
described In said deed as follows, to-witl
"All that certain lot of land, with the
Improvements thereon, lying and being lns
the city of Richmond, Va., on the south
lino of Taylor Street between Reservoir
and Randolph Streets, fronting on the
south Uno or; Taylor Street thirty (30) foot
and running back between parallel lines'
ono hundred and twonty 020) foet to an
nlley, being LoTTNo. 4 In Square No, 6 on
A. Y. Lee's May of Bldnay and Harvle,
made In 1?74.
Improvements consist of two neat Dwell
Inge, containing 4 and 6 rooms, respective?
ly, and Is very desirable as small Invent?
ili t>n ? property.
TERMS?Cash sufficiently to pay the
expenses of exocutlng this trust, any
taxes that may be due. and to pay the
sum Of ?M.0, with Interest from February
11, 1902; balance at one and two years la
equal Installments, with Interest.
C. L. DENNON, Trustee.
C. L. _ EC. I_ Denoon. Auctioneer!.
By Pollard & Bagby,
Roal Estate Auctioneers.
NICE FRAME DWELLINO. NO. 484
? yCTION 8ALE
CALHOUN. STREET BETWEEN
TYLER AND CABELL STREETS,
We will sell by auction, on the xrrenw
THURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1903..
at 6:30 o'clock P. M., the above-mentioned
two-storv four-room detached dwelling.
TERMS?Easy and to be announced at
sale. POLLARD & BAO BY,
Api 19,22,2. Auctioneer?.
By Edward S. Rose Company,
Real E_tato Auctioneers.
'RUSTE HT S SALE
FRAME COTTAGI. NO. .10 SOUTH
By virtu? of _ certain deed of trust
dnted 16th day of April. 1902, of record In
tho dork's onion of Richmond Chancery
Court, D. B. 178 B. page 471. default having
been made In tha payment of the debt
thereby secured, and being rersilred by
the benoflolary so to do, I will soil by nuo?
timi, upon the premise?, on
MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1903.
at ? o'clock P, _L, the property numbered
as above.? The lot has a. frontage of ii
feet on the west line of Hurvle Street by
? depth of 140 C-U foot; ul.o a lot of C0U
foet south of and adjoining/ the shove lot
in the rear. The dwelling is attractive in
design and jnu.uully well arranged and
TERMS?Cash as to expenses of sai?,
all jm.t due taxes, and balance du* ou
notes of 11,719.16, the residuo as may b.
named at time of sale.
ED WAR? S\ ROSE, Trust*?.
N. B.?The above property was sold by
auction on March 1(1. 190S, at which ?si?
It was bid In by V. S. Goodwin, who
failed to comply. This i_lu is therefore
made at his risk an* cost.
EDWARD S. ROBE.
Api 2Ctds Trustee.
^RAILROAD" BON OS.
ATTENTION HANKERS, TRUST COM.
panica and Investors. First mortgsce
bond?; bust railroad enterprise In the
South; *af*. sure, paying lu votaient