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GREATEST WANT AND 1110 A I. ES?
TATE illBUll'M IN VIUOINIA. AND
UX? OF TUE It 1. > 1 IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Kates
U?1I>-, mir ccut per word rrbeu paid
In advance. No Ad. taken for leaa lUnu
leu ccnla.
Ouo aud one-half cents ? word all
riuaxlUcutlonn raeeirt Situation Wuntcd
for Muuduy. situation Wanted, oue vent
B word, -\o Ad. Saiidny taken for leaa
Hum nrtveu cents.
No Ada. tukeii for leas than twenty
five cents tvhen phoned In or charged
at the counter.
I'liuuv uvdcra no* srmirnnteed.
(. lanNillt-utloua not guurnitteed B.ter
?tiln 1?. ill.
For business contractu, aend for tnc
Muni AU. Mnu. Pliuur- Monroe 1
jtu?i auo jfDuno
L<>--t. I!Kiwxi;n ninth ANi/tTKicTaI
to Eleventh und Main Streets, small |
iidokchulii; ituwurd, return Li;x
INOTQN HOTEL. OFFICE-_j
. jv>st. a LAGE COL?AIt AND CORSET I
one pair black si IK nose, Thursday
morning, between Fourkuroah's and
Smith Webster's, on Broad, Sixth ,
or Main. Reward if returned to ti 1 u '?
East Main._
l OST. QN CARY STREET ROAD,
white black hc.id, female; answers
to minie of Flora. Reward If return;
to B. 1). KAY. IIP N, l'lurn Btrcot !
'STRAYED FROM 320 EAST LEIGH
Wednesday evening, white poodle; 1
answers to name >>t ''Gyp." itcward
It returned to above number. _ \
LOST, A MEDICAL) DIPLOMA OF \
the University of Pennsylvania.
I'Tndoi return to Times- Dispatch
;ir;d roc-el ve reward.
Lost, on bevT:rly street, riv
ervlew or Clay car, east bo und. bo-i
t ween f. and s o'clock P. M. Juno1
15, lady's gold watch and catch pin;
cuso No. 13573; marked Rosabel nut
Hide. December 25, ism inside; move-j
moot No. T."j'.".'. Reward if returned
to HARTSHORN COLLEGE.
R anted.'' for 'u-'.-T arm yT^ble'.
bodied, unmarried men, between ag-a I
of lb and to, citizens of United States,
Df goo.i character and temperate hab?
its, who can speak, read und write
the English language. For 'nforma
tlon apply to Recruiting Officer, t>2q
i. H.-o id y.ri'i '. Richmond. Vs.
t>lEN WANTED, BETWEEN THE AGE I
of ?.1 and 36 years, to learn the
street railway business; good wagc_ '
paid, breaking in time pnld for nnd
weekly wages guaranteed. Good
position.* f..r steady, reliable young
men. Address D ?0-, euro Times
Dispatch. _
WANTED." nnt.l, lu7.\'"::.SMITH. ' AP
piy it. person to MANAGER BHBL
BURNE I.UM Ii EH COMPANY; C
Bay, Va . P. i-. I.. No. 2.
I WANT A FIRST-CLASS barber, j
SO; VV. Broad Street.
t?Qa east proa i ? w \nts Tiarrf.r_
fell ort ?liiLVBR.CI IOK; EIGHT WORKS !
eight-hour day: no Sunday work.
CON NE LI j Ai MILLER. sos Uro.ad._
PLASTERERS WANTED. ROBS AND:
Will Keller. Wire address at mvl
expense. m. W. WHJTSON, No. 7]
Dues Court. Charleston. s. C.
W~?NTED. a" VIRST lags WHITE
barber. 702 East M-ui.
VOU ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN
merit position; Ji?j month. Send pos?
tal for list of positions open. '
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 3S7
P. Rochester, N. Y
r?a--.
fettuauonss CcUuitc?, i?alc
MARRIED man WANTS POSITION'aT
once with Richmond manufacturer I
or jobber, calling Oh trade in North!
Carolina, Bouth Carolina, and Vir?
ginia; experienced; best ruforences. !
rlto P. O. Box silt, Randleman, i
N. C_;
REGISTERED PHARMACIST DESIRES
position as clerk or manage:. D lot,
_'___I '_ :
tjfip CLUintro, j-riiidic
W ANTED. \ GOOD." RELIABLE
whit* girl from 1r. tn 2i). to live Inj
small family in Westhenipton anil
a;si?t in cooking; must be genteel
and refined, and will be treated as!
one of the family. Wages. |15 per I
month Address D 526, care t':n. .
Di.-Tatch.
RELIABLE WHITE WOMAN ORGLRL
for nurse (one child) nnd help with
bout,, work, family four; one who
can make her home with and ho
treated ns one o' famliy. Catholic
preferred. Reference required, Ad?
dress .\. lt. C., NO. US Grove Ave.,
Petersburg, Va.
\v ANTED, TO ): NG AG f. Til E SElT
Vlces of a good, refined lady to
keep house and look after three l't
tl?- fills from Heven to twelve years
old. Addre?s t. E. ROBERTS. Chase I
City. Va._
Wanted, ci'^od rnoK'ror. Y.umrep. .
company (colored preforredi. Apply
w'th reference, to MANAGER BHEL
BURNE LUMBER CO.. Green Lav'
Vi... R F D No. 2._ '
" tsUuftiona taanteb, Jfcmale
^"f.^;"oK'\\lud 7w7fiTn, "desTres j
position; first-class references. Ad-1
dress, by rr.ali only 1s22. Park Ave.
ptottfS&tomi Ijfiu Cttiintrb
XVA N T ET>7~TTT?^fER ??''' F?TT" P~rTn~5T
pals Of high schools; also grade
teachers for fall openings. EAST?
ERN TEACHERS' AGENCY. O-tto
uiiuftone, QtoUiSBional
EXPERIENCED PHYSICIAN DESIRES
Suitable l->cation; correspondejice ao-I
llclted. Address PHYSICIAN, can.
Times- Dispatch,_
'ft I'w'.' 1-VtI-' h-; Rl- \t i D ' Till \ h
months, fi> and upwards; Initial pay?
ment allowed to apply If purchased:
? very machine In good working order.
Phone Madison 5260. AMERICAN
WRITING MACHINE CO., 60i Ea.u
Main Street.
WATER SUPPLY.
\\ E AUK PREPARED TO 9IIIP
? Ii lllini; machines at once, and put
in widls in our utual work inn nl'ko
way, and at rltrlit prices. ARTESIAN
WELL & SUPPLY CO.. 132S Mr..ad
way. New York City, P. O. Box S34,
Providence. R. I.
hats AND mice.
i guarantee to RID YOUR
premises of rats and mice and save
von from waste, expense and an?
noyance. Letters Trom physicians,
bankers and prominent citizens provo
my claim. ? Phono or write otto
ORK IN. Monroe SiiiM, American Bank
BulRHng_
wanted! "tu f. piib'lic to know
that jahnke bros.', Jewelers. 313
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN the
LATEST styles. Old gold and slV
vcr always taken In exchange.
^?n?i^W? nnu Eibe S>tocR
' Foi't^SALTCr^A' lLVNDPiiMI': PaSPoP
lino hackney driving horses, gray
and bay. perfect cross match, seven
years old; tine action; wrlght about
1,100 pounds; .selling on account of
buying auto. DAVID hirsh, Fred
1 erlcksburg, Va.
?ti?fness Opportunity
right sldo of East Broad Streot for
Halo for an approximate Investment
of $10.000; part cash and part by
notes with reliable lndorsers. Apply
E &Hl, care Times-Dispatch._
F?TENT FOR 8?Td3? ON~HlM-pLEST
device yet Invented lor quickly put
tltii; In arid taking- out sleeve ehlolds.
No olaboralo paraphernalia. Unlike
all others on miirkol. Address? H.
KOOKft-S. Wily. Va._
PARTNER WANTED WITH SOME
capital to engage In good paying
business. E 571. care Times-Dispatch, j
WANTED, A 1'.VRTN ER with SOME !
capital und considerable experience, j
to engago In wholesale and retall |
hay. grain and grocery business; tho
field and facilities excellent. Address
V. O Iiox Chase City. Va.
wXntkd". icn? jink's and Toilers'
for overhauling. ric7umond MA?
CHINE WORKS, INC._
FOK K U.K. WKLL-ESTAJJ_imt_I> Li?
quor l.?>.*.:?? t in the best olty In
Virginia; puys about $4,000 per year;
j great opportunity; owner retiring.
' Write for particulars. Great iie>w
i future fissured now. Box ijj.',, Now
I port NewH, Va.
3lce, Coal an? W?ol?
I T^H^^Pli?SK 'io "TlE ?DQUART^RS
tor wood. I recommend slab wood
for hot water. Makes quick, hot
fire and goes out when you are
through your work or cooking. Vir?
ginia anthracite eoai is cheapest for
hot weather. Will send a. hample
f i i e. u >NO. MadUon 1 070.
plate ICE, pi ?rest AND REST FOR
all uses and the most economical. 40
i cents per hundred. Try a load of
our pine and oak wood, which la drv
and under shelter. TYLER & RYAN,
1001 West Gary. Madison 1?73.
WOOD and COAL
OER DRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY";
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; |ls0 half-cord. DA?
vid M. lea &. CO. Phone Monroe
esc._
I UHfliueo
tv V-V:\ViuTEH's nvSfvhrn^^fj cre e
months, $5 and upwards, Initial pay?
ment allowed to apply If purchased;
? vei v machine In Rood working order.
Phone MadLion I'SoC. AMERICAN
WRITING MACHINE CO., eoo Kast
_Main Street._
WANTED. to buy for cash,
household goods In any quantity.
1 i m.idlson " S 3 1._
Personals
i^W L-firTfT ?u pi^
i lies, each, With a otie-ticre garden,
which yields vcg--an!cs e-nd fruits i
in abundance. I will cultivate the!
gatden and also attend to or.o cow
and twonty-four cht-kens, deliver-1
lug the products at your city home]
dally. VoiJ are at no trouble. This1
plan will save you more than one-i
half your lablo expenses und give
you fresh eatables in abundance.
Will c-plf-in fully If you will drop'
rr.?s a card. G. S. RICHARDSON,
Basement American National Rank
Building.
HI MAN HAIR BOUGHT AND E?)LD
*t HUOHESSS. 2us North Third.
NEU ARRIVAL OF THE FINEST
goods on earth now on exhibition
and at reasonable prices Come and
see them. YA RIP'S. 817 N. Fifth. I
feu miner SoarUtng
in e elk ton~'7igtel? klkton'.
Rocklngham county, Va?Delightful
summer home; open May 1. Write
for circular. Mltrf. A. C. DRAW
bauo 1 i;_
WANTED, SUMMER BOARDERS,
largo country home; shady yard; 4
miles from station. between the
towns of Culpepor and Orange,.
Terms reasonable Address MRS. <'?
H. TINSl.KY. Rapldan. Va._
Wanted, four ?>k six ladies to
hoard. 13 per week. MRS. l. l.
RLACKWKLI, Sunny FI1-. Va- _
FOIR scmmer boarders WANT
I ed. Address j., care r. F. D. No. .'.
BOULEVARD INN, ON HAMPTON
Roads, country and seashore com?
bined, with city conveniences. Send'
for literature to the MISSES tabu, i
_Hampton. Va_
Di-;CS < "OTTAG E." MRS H. A. j
Dlgga, Proprietress, fronting Chesa?
peake Ray. modern In every respect.
Routing, bathing. Ashing Best nc
< omm-dnt ions guaranteed. Ocean
i View. Va._
CAR ROLLTON COTTAGE, OCEAN
View. Va., two minutes from amuse?
ments; lsigf. airy rooms. For terms,
etc., address u C._diooes. _
summer BOARDERS WANTED AT'
Glasgow Manor: largo brink house. |
WANTED. SC.MMKP." " BOA I IDKP.s"
Pleasant locality; Junction of Sea- i
; oard and Southern Railway; easy
access; fourteen passenger trains!
per day; good water, excellent coiin- j
try fare Terms. $?.; per week. MRS. j
W. J. SMITH, LaCrosB*. Va.
?oar? C?iantr?
WXfifEtZ by" ~T 1 i r e E ADU LTH.
board for tho summer near a car
line; shady lawns and porches in?
dispensable; Forest Hill preferred.
Address e 675, care Times-Dispatch.
AN OLD GENTLEMAN AND \V_F_
(no children!, would like to rent
three unfurnished rooms, with
board, on second floor of house, lo?
cated on aoutli side of West Gruco
Street, between Jefferson and Ijiuril
Streets. Please address C 4SS. care
Tlmos-Dlspatch, staling terms, local- .
liy, and when tho rooms can be
s<-en-_
Ural estate fror _Unt
tYjlT R'ENT^fiTllN I>7f "UNaT-^OC^
tober. In Charloltcsvlllo, 8-roo:n
house, bath, pantry and reoeptlon hall;
poultry house; stahlo, good, growitg
garden: will supdly vegetables
enough for a med um-slze family,
desirably located; plenty shade;
country air; city conveniences. Ad?
dress P. O. Box Hi, Chariottesville,
Va.
jAO?iiis i;or Rem
A"VERY '16E_lRAB__i FtTtST^FLCdDR
front room, with or without board.
No. 10 s. Third Btreet-_
ATTRACfrV'E ROOM" ~at 322 EAST
Franklin; furnished or unfurnished.
Monroe l??it. _j
ENTi!.A~NlvE fhjrnTsited ROOMS,
n?wly pnpered, 814 E. Clay; trau- I
slcnts also. _I
two ftooMa furnished for |
housekeeping; also unother bed
room. 11 South Adams.
FOR RENT, ~R?Oms POR ,HOUBE
keeping; also clean, comfortable bed
rooms for gentlemen. 700 e. Clay.
ETTRNISHED ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
light housekeeping. 7 N- Sixth.
fleas ant. attractive'rooms, 'il
North Sixth; cast side of street.
ONE LARGE, FURNISHED R<?>M. 1
Hist floor. Immediate possession; two
large. unfurnished rooms, second .
floor, possession Septembor 1, Grace
nuar First. Address G 806. care I
Times-Dispatch.
jrlato jfor ?tnt
^CjQf^TnAT^BB^SQ der' T. 'WITH i
option of renewal; four rooms nnd I
bath, second floor; rent. $10 per
montlr 316 N. Third Street._
WANTED, BY SEPTEMBER OR OC
tolafr 1. by refined e.ouplo, no chii
drcli, medium apartment, five rooms
and bath; central or West End pre?
ferred, item must be reasonable.
Address D f.-7. rare TImcs-plspatch.
I V" II AVK FOR hunt CENTRALLY LO
eated fle.t of three rooms and hath;
rent reasonable. Address A 410, care
[ Tlmes-Dlsnatch.
DAILY PUZZLES)
"What arnusemcnt7
?XSWBB TO VKSTEHDir8 PUZZLE.
Lille.
jroi &Mt
'pTaTsok ^"tunbd and""pTevauuzd.
Have your piano made like new
while you are away this summer.
When you come oai-k to open your
houbu we will have It ready tor
delivery. LICK KERUCSSON PIANO
CO.. 115 E. Broad Blreet.
FOR SALE. NO. 8 PULSOMETER
steam pump; will pump 40 per cent.
Bund, or mud; 3-inch discharge, ualf
Inch steam. Also ?0-11.-P. boiler, 15
H.-P. engine, two steam drills; one
double- drum holm, ono nir.glu-drum !
hoist, derricks, cars and track; two- I
horsepowt-r hoist, wlnohea and gen- i
cral ..j.htj- or contractor's equip?
ment. Address ii ki, caro Tlnies
Diupatch.
CABBAGE TO BELL ASK FOR
prices. FELIX M. JONES. jr.. 1*17
E. Franklin St., Cabbage Mu.;.
<-'~il !CK EKINO PIANO. full SiZtj'
uprignt, mahogany case, can be
bought tor ?300. LEE FERGUSSON '
_PIANO CO.. Hi) E_H_ Lroad_Stre._-t_.
FOR WAGONS C.u TO RICHARDSON
BROS., ?16 Brook Avenue. Painting,
repairing and ru bt,er-tlre work.
Madison 1467.
NEW ARRIVAL ?l? THE FINEST
goods on earth now on exhibition
and at reascnuole prices. Couiu and
i'? them, v a rip'S, 317 N. Fifth.
MOTORCYCLE8 ?ND BICYCLES, NEW
and secoud-uaud; repairing of all
kinds. TOMPKINS. 327 West Broad.
W}-; HAVE* SOME SPECIAL LNDUCE
mcnts to otter you in the talking
machine line. C. B. HAYN ES & Co..
121 W. Broad Street.
M O V1 NG-PI A NOS, TUNING PIANOS,
repairing pianos aud selling bar?
gains In ptu.uos. nr<; the tilings we
do In theb'j summer months at low
e.l prices. LEE FBRGU8SON PIANO
CO.
for SALE.~SHVEr"?L SECOND-HAND
buggies und wagons and one- good
runabout. These are all bargains.
Come down and ace them. We can
Interest you. We also have one
good trap, as good as n?:W. a.
MEYER'S SONS; Olflce. 731 E. Cary
St.. Richmond. Va. _
FOUR-SIDED PLANER. 6x21; DOUBLE '
eurfacers. S-lncli moulder, swing cut- |
off saw, renaws, lath mills, .-tuv-(
machinery, sawdust blowers, belting,
hangers, shafting and pulleys. i.
1*1.1 FORD & CO._
ONE FARM WAGON. 142.50: ONE
carpenterh' wagon, iii>. one grocery
wagon, 165. one top buggy, Sj5, ono
runabout. ?35. T. H. DUKE & CO..
S04 Brook Avenue.
t V PEW 1:1TE RS RENTED; THREE
months, $6 nnd upwards.; initial pa> -
mem allowed to apply If purchased;
every muchlnc in go;,d working order.
Phone Madison 7,256. AMERICAN
WRITING MACH I NjS CO., C'Jo Ean
Main .-'trcet.
DRUO STORE FOR SALE CHEAP;
retiring from business; doing a n'ce
business. Address A 411. care Times
Dispatch. _
PIANO. ?1*9?THIS PIANO IS FU LL
size upright in mahogany case, taken
m trade cn Apollo player. LEE
FERGUSSON PIANO CO.. 119 East
Bread Street.
FOR 8ALE~ FRAME STORE AND
dwelling; stables und larg,- yard;]
renlti fur $22. in per month; price, I
12.200; house or corner Caller and!
Beverly. Apply to 1429 W. Cary St. |
THE ""MAIL ORDER COOP FACTORY.
BOXLEY BROTHERS. Manufactur?
ers and Shippers of Wire Chicken!
and Turkey Coops. Hump.'SV.t
FOR SA LK, S? Sil AN D WIN DO W i
frame, 12 lights. 14 inches by 21
Inches; Minds, doors and frames, H.
WEBER, Madison and Cary._
" isodtbin_?
MTts"" le eTtk ~\ N i:" I .u^OMlT" han
over Cafe, 100 West Franklin. Sum?
mer rates. Transients a specialty.
FOR A~ COUPLET 410"*WESi" GRAC B
Street; all modern conveniences.
MRS. C. K. BOWERS, 115 '>7.~FRANK -
'in, rooms and board tor permaiv-int
and trajisiont guests, dlnlr.g room
well equipped.
"WANTED, BOARDERS FOR SEVERAL
desirable rooms; also table boarders
desired, 208 E c-raco.
?r?f C?tfltf ?fantf?
DST^YOCR FARMS VvTTiWrA^CON^
NELLY & CO. Wiit<- postal for nec?
essary blanks._
ilcai esrnre j-m Stilt
I "WISH'TO'SI'I'I'LY TWENTY KAMI - !
lies. each, with a one-acre garden,:
which yields vegetables and fruits;
In abundance. 1 will cultivate the!
garden ?1id also attend to one cow'
and twenty-four chickens, deliver-!
i Ing the products at your city homo
daily. You arc ut no trouble. This
plan Will save you more than one
half your table expenses and glvo
you fresh eatable^ in abundance.
Will explain fully if you will drop
me a card. G. S. RICHARDSON,
Basement American National Bank
Building.
FOR SALE, BRAND-NEW THREE
room cottage house for colored ten
unts; price, $750: runt, {S per month.
Apply to U0O Ciiallin Street._
40 FEET BY 17?; GROVE AVENUE;
between Meadow and Rowland;
197.50 per foot A. j. WARREN. 415
< or 111 Sixth Sire*'.._ 1
WE HAVE PURCIIA SE R FOR NIC E
home or, Monument Ave. or Frank?
lin or Grace, not too far west; any
one wishing' ti> sell kindly describe
and give the lowost cash price. BAL
LARD .v DRAPER, 112 N. Ninth St.
FOR SALE." EIGHT ROOM BRICK
house, on car line, near University
of Virginia; e'ty water, bath and
toilet; lot SOX360. Price. 13,750.!
Terms reasonable, Address Lock Box|
OG, Charlottosvllle. Va.
FOR BXCHANt 1 E?WI: OFFER- AN
'elegant home in n Northern city,
costing flol.OOO. in exchange for
Virginia property. Correspondence
solicited. II. W. Ill 1 .LEARY &. CO..
729-:3o Southern Building. Washing?
ton. D. C.
Jrlaro ccianteo
Sl JC'~ * T\or?MS. BAT! I. ELECTRIC
lights, g.is range, hot water heat.
We:;t End; September I. Address E
577. car- 'Pines-Dispatch.
COUPLE WITHOUT CHILDREN WANT
flat of three or four rooms nt once;
Barton Heights preferred. Adilross
>> ?7C iutr- 'JCJ in?iii.-JJlanaJ.cn
i?utomouiks tor _e>ale
l;WrT-.;A?a_^OE_t: " ^?Xd.LAC) Au?
tomobile, good condition; automobil*
tlres. 82x4, oheap to qutok buyer.
Phono Madlaon & -12. |
FOH SALI." CUJ_A_Ml.R_r DETROIT. SO-I
horsepower tourlug car. tully equip?
ped; nearest otter to 81,000 takes It;
flrst-class aondltloa. WAL p. AT?
KINSON COMPANY, Box 104. Pe?
tersburg, Va. _
&r~aE2&?i?*iXtt. a two or thkek
room, unfurnished apartment, with
I bath couvoniutit, In Ues.rablo part
of city; niu.il b<- ready July 1. Will
leaso for one year with privilege of
renewing. Kent, 112 to $15. Aa
dresa J 335, care 'I tmes-Dlepatoh.
- auTi5 c0\"k'-tiT""' "~
IN LINEN AND CRETONNE, rOR BED
room or parlor. ..an to til. 6YD
NOR & HUNDLEV, INC., Koventh and
Grace. Madison 3204.
SLIP cTJvERSk
SLIP COVERS HADE TO ORDER,
furniture polished and repaired.
LEVY, the Upholsterer. 426 West
Broad._
' SHOE REPAIRING.
76c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, ?0c
ladles; every pair sewed, best leath?
er, no ntrfla. no peg*. Royal rub?
ber heels, 26c; Tred-Alr rubbor heels.
40c; leather heels rebuilt like new,
26c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY, 718 E. Main. Phone Mon?
roe 3667. _
STORAGE.
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITY, 81
per load. Store ymr furniture, bug?
gies, automobile.? pianos at l'OMF
KINS. 327 West Broad. _
when yen- want
HOUSE CLEANING, WAXING AND
staining lloor?, st.jre. or residence,
windows wash-id. . all Monroe 2120.
Satisfaction guaranteed. WILLIAM
JOHNSON.
GET YOUR NAME UP.
WE ARE EXPERT SIGN PAINTERS.
Prices cut to rocli bottom. Quulit)
guaranteed. Prompt service. You
eume money. VIRGINIA SIGN
WORKS. J2C? ic. Main Street._
LOANS.
? 16.000
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watchos at New Yor_ raits. N. F.
JACOBS & SON. No. -1? North Ninth.
PHONO'J RATHS.
WHEN YOU BUY LOOK FOP. THE
name Edison If you want one you j
ctt-.i understand every word on the
record. C B. HATNES & CO.
PL\NOS.
SUMMER RATES NOW ON PIANO
moving and overhauling by factory
experts. Prompt, careful work
Hii.nanteed. Phone Madison Uli.
CHAS. M. ST 1 EPF, Piunos. 117 W. j
Bi oad._
antiques.
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
Furniture repaired, polished und
packed; upholstering, etc. L. n. All
NALL Ac SON, ifilT w. Broad. Phon
AlaUisort 0J77. _
' i sea- Food.
CADI. PHONE MONROE 1111 FOR
Hah, Steamed cral.s, crab meal. Do
liver-d promptly 3'jH NMonroe St.
TTvb her 1 l6_E.
'.I ARANTEED RUBBER HOSE; BEST
ever sold for the pric-; nozzles and
re*-ls. CLARKE, Hardware. 1215
Main Street.__
R.OIJ-ER SKATES.
BAXiL BEARING HOLLER SKATES!
all si ?es; 81.50 pair; g^t the child a
pair now. CLARKE, Hardware. 1215
Main Strest. _
cement tooi?
CEMENT TOOLS; LARGE LINE.
cheaper than ?vor before: jointers
and edgers. only 50 cents. CLARKE,
Hardware. 1815 Main Street
BRAZING.
WANTED. BRAZING OF CAST IRON.
RICHMOND MACHINE WORKS. INC.
_3rrti,ng0
E...tert Harding Company, inc.,
June 1?. 1912.
THE REGULAR ANNUM. MEETING
or the stockholders of the Robert
Harding Company, Incorporated, will
be held at the ofnee .if the company.
No 10 South Eleventh Stre't, In the
city of R.chmond. Va., WEDNES?
DAY, July 2. 191.. at 5 o'clock P. M.
W. J. KIMBROUOH,
Acting Secretary.
NOTICE_THE ANNUAL ME ETING
of the stockholders o: the Southern
Manufacturing Company will be held
at tho offices of the company. No*.
11 and 1" South Twelfth Street.
Richmond. Virginia. MONDAY. July
15 l?12. at 12 o'clock noon.
By order of the President.
A. EDWARD ROE RE P..
Secretary and Treasurer.
WILL ME7ET NEXT AT SEATTLE. I
- 1
Cleveland, O., June 20.?The thirty- t
ninth national oonfereno? of chart- {
ties and Corrections came to an end '
hero yesterday aftor having been in '
session tor a week.
Adjournment eamo following the re- I
port of the committee on resolutions I
and the Introduction of the president i
of the fortieth conference to be held '
at Seattle. Wash., next year?Krank
Tucker, of Now York.
To-day's program Included sectional '
consideration of sex hygiene. cbll- |
dren, standards of living and la'>or
and housing and recreation. I
It called for a paper on niarrliutfi ;
of the "afflloted" by Henry H. Cod-'
dnrd, of the Vlneiand Training School,
tho address by Roger N. Baldwin, of j
St. Eou'.s. on "A Community Program
for Ch'Id Care." and an address By
John Ihlder. assistant secretary of the i
National Housing Association, on ,-The '
Fight for Better Homes."
Other speakers scheduled were nr. !
Phillip Zenner, of Cincinnati; Profes- !
sor Jessie Phelps. of Ypsllantl, Mich.,
and Itov. Walter T. Sumner, of
Chicago.
?ib?enb iJottce?.
Hlchniond. Va... June'l 2 191'
AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS
of tho Ge.rman-Amet lean Building
and Ixrnn Corporation held on tlo
above date, a semi-annual dividend
of 8 1.-2 per cent, was declared, pa) ?
able to stockholders on atid all. t
JULY I, 1912. CHAS. K. WILLIS,
_Bocretary and Treasurer.
Planters' National Bank.
Richmond. Va. .lune 20, '912
THE DrREOTOP.S OF THIS BANK
have to-day declared a d vldend of
10 per cent, on thP cnpltnl eto<-k
? freo of tax) out of the earnings
for the past six months. Parable
on and after JULY 1, 1912.
BICH ARD H. SMITH
_Cashier
Richmond. Va., June 19. 1912
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
directors of the National Bank of
Virginia, Richmond, Va.. held to?
day, a semi-annual dividend of J 1-2
per rent, was declared, payable .11'I.V
1. 1912. to stockholders of record as
of June 25. Books open Julv j.
\V. M. ADDISON.
Cashior.
Banfe ?tatcrnrnt?
REPORT OK TTCB CONDITION OF" THE
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
AT RICHMOND, IN THE STATE OF
VIRGINIA. AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS. JUNE 14, 1012.
RESOURCES.
L^ans and discounts.$117, SI 2. 31
Ov<-x<lra<f_. B-ocnred a:vd unso
cured . 115.28
U. S. bonds to secure circula?
tion . 50.000.00
Premiums on U. S. bonds.... 375.0.1
Bonds, ereourvtles, etc. 9,930.00
I'.i.-k.ng house, furn+ture
and :Lvf??3. 4.175.47
D>uo "from IBtttkmal foa-nks
(not reservo .igenisi. 8,212.90 1
Due from State and private
banks and banker?, trust
ooenpamrs ami savings
.bunks . 957. OS
Due from approved reserve
agents . 14.S43.9S
Checks and other c.ish items, IIS.95
Exchange far cleaning house 20.279. is
Notes of other national
banks . 6;)00,00
Kr.ictional paiper currency.
nlokels and cents. 550.S2
Lawful money reserve ;n
hank, vis:
Specie .I44.448.5S
Legal tender notes 19.294 "ft
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer 'SCr of circula?
tion) . 2.S00.00
Total .?sn-i.iiNi? an
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In.$250,0)0.00
surplus fund. I ft,".'! I 00
Undivided profits, less cx
ip-nses and txxes paid. 12.isJ.35
Na.llonO/1 bank notes out?
standing. 50.003.00
Due 'to other national bar.ks. i,104.61
lnriivtdua.1 dtpo.its subject .
to check. 525,5, . .;>..
Deenamd certificates of de?
posit . 6-02S
Certified checks. 2/..4.L?
Cashier's Checks oustanding. ISO. a..
Bills pava.!>le. Including cor
tltleta-tes of deposit for
money borrowed. 30,003; 00
Total .0804,380.30
m--e of Virginia, City of Richmond, as:
' I Philip F.. w. Good-win, cashier of
: the above named hank, do eoleron-ly
swear that fh?? sibove staittwnent is true
"?n -he hivsll of my knowledge and hellet.
PHll?P E. W. GOODWIN.
CashFer.
Correct?Attest: _ .
W II SCHWATiZSCWILD,
WM. C SCJDUDT,
B B. BOWLES,
Directors.
Su'bscrrbed and sworn to before
this 20-th day of June. 1912.
RVRY T. rtAJRUTSON.
Notary FuM'.c.
mi
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Planters National Bank of Richmond
KT RICHMOND IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. AT TIIF: CLOSE OP BUSI?
NESS, JUSTE 14. 191-'.
RF.SOI ROMS.
Loans ami discounts. $6.271,669.1 I
Overdrafts, secured and unseoured. 1,047. IS
r. ,S. ;>onds to seoliro circulation. 300,0.1).00 ,
U. s. Bonds to secure U. S, deposits. 1,000.00
Other bonds to s'-turc postal savings. 9.000.00 |
Premium*: on I', s. bonds. 16,030.00 |
Banking house, furniture and llxtures. 144,$20.62
Due frimi nation?I banks mot reserve ngentst. 195,661.13
Due from State and private .bat.its and barkers, trust companies
ami savings bands. 12.1,831.41
Duo front approved resorve agents. 6S6.044.28
Cheeks nnd other cash Items. 1,390.56
Exchanges for de?rinnt house. 73,64$.S3
Notes of other national banks. 25,000.01
Fractional paper eurron-cy. nickels and coruta. 7'5.37
Lawful money reserve In bank, vlsi
Specie.* 46.305.50
Legal tender notes . .100,000.00
Redemption fund with U. S Treasurer (6% of circulation). I2,l50;00
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In.
Surplus fund ."..
Undivided vi'itlts. less expenses and taxes tpaui.
National t r.nk notes outstanding.
Duo to otiier national banks.$ 285,221.50
Due to State nr.,! private banks a.r.d banker::. 71 1,295.73
Dun to approved neaerve agenas... ?. 68,957.82
Indiv idual deposits subject to check. 4,703,853.64
Demand cort-Klcatda of deposit. 229,370.13
CertMed . hecks . :;2.9S4.5i>
Cashier's <-ltecks outstanding. 1.911.28
Untiled States deposits, $1,000.0": postal savings deposits. $1,774.28,
rtouds borrowed .
Bills payable.
He.., rved for taxes .
Reserved for interest ....
Statt of Virginia, Cfojy <?( Richmond, **:
gS,20.a, (40.74
I, Richard H. Smith, cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly ssiear
that the above state-mcnt is t.rno to the .best of mv knowledge and bellet
RICHARD If. SMITH, Cmshter.
Correct?iAttcst:
JAMES N ROVD.
T. V\'M. PBMRBRTOX.
MORTON R. ROSEXBAUaf.
Directors.
Subscribed and s-worn to before me this 20th day of June 1912
. , _ H.KNIR_ W. IHOUCITBNS. Notary Public
Mi- term of ofllc* exnires MaxCh 17. 131
Bank ?tattmento
Banfe statement)}
Safe as the Safest
STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF
The Savings Bank of Richmond
I.OGATRD AT RICHMOND, IN TUE COUNTT OF HENRI CO, STATE OF VTR
OINIA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 14. <l?12. MADE TO THE
STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION.
RESOURCES. . . ^
Mortgages on improved city real estate.$1.0.13,962.29
L04WS nnd discounts. i5S6.7fit.il
-$1,706,726 70
Overdrafts secured. $1,104.24: Unsecured, $651.22. 1,755.48
Bonds, securities, etc., owned. Including premium on same. 42,750,00
Banking house and lot.27^)00.00
Other real estate owned. 8,918.00
Exchanges and check? for next day's clearings.I 4.9S5.78
Due from natlonol hanks. 106.294.77.
Paper currency. 4,275.00
Traotional paper currency. nickels and cents. 1SS.65
Cold coin. 420.00 f
Sil VAT coin. 1,179.00
117,323 20
Total. $1,899,463 36
LIABILITIES.
tol stock paid in.-??.? * 200.0O9.O9
Surplus fund . IUr6.000.00
Undivided profits, ler* amount pn-:d for Interest, expenses a.nd taxes 4d,940.28
Dividends unpaid . 13.S0
individual deposits.8i.4a2.4s4.s2
Demand certificates of dopostt.17.409.12 j
Certified checks. 2.055.90
Cashier's checks outstanding.-..15.00
1,451,964 84
(:,' >rcs( reserve. 10.000.00
United States deposits............. w>- 5+6-74
Reserve fund.-.- I5.000-.o9
Total. $1,899,463 36
I. James M. Rail, cashier, do solemnly swear that <0m a2>cv? la a .tarue ertslte
nient of the financial condition of Tho Savings Bank of Rkihmond, located at
Richmond, In the county of 11 en rloo, State of Virginii-n, n.t the clos-o of ibuMwess
on the 11th day of June. IS12. to the foest of my krtowl?dg.? and belief.
J A M13S M. BALL, CashHaj*.
Correct?Attest:
L Z. 3JXXRBJK,
OKOROE L. CITRTfiTTrAN,
O. Cr. VALENTINE,
F. STTTERTJCn'G.
Dlnootona.
State of Virginia. CRy of Richmond:
Sworn to and subscribed ihejor* mo *y James M. Ball this 20t?? day of J^tiwe,
1912.
OBO.RGE W. WATT. Notary iPuOrtie,
My commission empires April 5, 19110.
Strong as the Strongest
STATEMENT OF TIER FINANCIAL, CONDQTUjON OF
Broad Street Bank
LOCATED AT RICHMOND, IN THE COUNTY OF H.ENRTOO. STATTE OF V7TR
GLNIA. AT THE <T/'>SE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 14, 1912, MADE TO T\HE
STATT: CORPORATION COMMISSION.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.?.i-. $1.043,549.-61
I 'verd rafts, unsecured .-.. 626.06
Bunds, securities, ere owned. Including premiums on same....... 884.047.60
Banking house n:id lot..'.?. 68.091.23
Other real estate owned. 98,953.113
Furniture nnd fixtures. ..-. 23.945.54
:: u ~ nnd ch*cks for next daiy's clearings. 12,726.87
other c.tsli items . 40S. S7
Due from national banks. 256.977.37
Due from Sta-to I units, private bankers and trust companies...... 1.167.52
Paper currency . 55,317.00
! Fraction il paper currency, r.ekcls and cents. 1.348.43
I Crold coin .- 5.552.50
f S Ivor coin . S.605. 70
Total. $1^959,617 42
LiAnii.iTrEJ!.
Capital stock paid M. $ 20fl.0OO.3O
Surplu. fund . 75.000.00
Undivided p.rofits. less amount pail for interest, expanses and taxes 63.8H.06
Dividends unpaid . 36.35
Individual deposits .$T,578.4-1 4 ?3
Time certificates of deposit. . 6,377.5?
CtiTtWIed cheeks. . 1,792.14
Cashier's r-h?rks outstanding.-. 80;93
- t,.%?l.?4?.s2
Du. \n national banks. 42.500.00
Interest reserve. 685.03
Total. $1,959,617 42
I. Andrew Of. Glover, cashier, do solemnly iwi-.ir that fhe o.bove 1? a true
statement of the financial condition of the Broad Street Bank, located at Rich?
mond, in the county of Henrlco. Staiba of Virginia, at ?se clc.se of business on
the lltli r];iv ..f June, 1912, to the be?.t of my knowledge and belief.
ANDREW M. GT/WFJR. Oarhler.
Correct?Attest:
I.EON D F.T TEDTt A OH,
TV. if. IfYBLTSTON,
J. W. ROTHFJRT.
Director*. 4
State of Virginia, City of Richmond:
S-.vr-rn t- ?>nd suosrri'bed hefore bv Andre-w M. Glover, eashte.T, fb-la 20th
day of June, 19'12
E. L. WORD, Notairy PubMo,
My commission expires February 4. 1916.
REPORT OF TIfK CONTRITION OF TOE
Merchants National Bank
AT RICHMOND IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSI?
NESS, JUNE 14. 1 !>12.
IttSSOUUCKS.
Loans and discounts. $5,134,643.83
overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 1,025.07
United State? bonds t.. secure circulation. 20O.3JO.0O
United States Lends to secure United States deposits. 15,000.00
Other bonds to secure United stales deposits. 96,000.00
Bonds, securities, etc. $93.890.7.1
Ranking1 house, furniture und fixtures. 125,000.00
Other real estate owned. 401.73
Dp? from national banks mot reserve agents^.S516.935.11
Duo from Stabe and private banks and ib.inke.rs. trust
companies and savings banks. 29S.906.60
Due from approved reserve agents. r>02,2l^.35
Checks and other cash ttitma.?. 1.323.SI
Exchanges for clearing house. iin,c32.(i4
Notes of other national 'banks. 39,0)0,0)
I faction.il -paper currency; nickels and cents. 2,913 96
lawful money reserve in batik, via:
Specie .$ 2.*..770.51
Legal tender nOt*S.?? 2:t7.900.10
-363,670.50
- 1.735,520.42
Redemption fund .sith V. S. Treasurer lift o-f circulation*. S,350.00
Total . fS.S0iM31.TB
LIABILITIES.
Capita] stock paid in. $ 230.000.0?
Surplus fund . 800,000.0)
Undivided profits, less tTtpitxtca and taxe^s ;>.i1d. 290.907.9J
National Lank notes outstanding. 187.100.00
Due to other national barks.$1.070,197.86
Due to state und ?r.lvaite banks and .1 n.t-kers. 810,671.89
Due to trust cccn?sttfcs at: I nvlr.T* banks. 391.306.5*
Du ? to anp."dved r serve agents. 218,617.39
Individual de-noslts suhlpc.l Id .-heck. 3..'.7S,S67.r>r,
Demand certificates of deposit. 361,119.'! I
Certified checks . 16.932. "3
<'-i iler'? i'he.'k? outstanding. 1.697.32
U. S. depos I? in?' nostal savings deposits, H.13S.93.. Hl?470.51
Dtr/soslts of U 8. disbursing officers. 8.513.33
- 6.6o2,123.R*
Reserved for Interest. 129.000.00
To! tl . ?S,209.iat.T5
State r.f Virgile!*, cilf <vf Richmond, ss:
T. Thomas it Mr Ad i ms. cssl er the a bove named bank, do solemnly stveay
that the albove statement ts true t" the best of mv knowledge and belief.
THOMAS R McADAMS, CashieT.
Correct?Attest.
\ J AMIES CASKIE.
M 0 BRANCH,
S. T MORGAN. ?
Directors. '
Subscribed and .??worn to before me tills 1"?1h day of June, '912,
O, K.'VANDERSL1CT3, Notary PubThS,
Safest for Savings

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