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ttlATMT WANT AHB ?BAL ES?
TATE N EDI CM Iff VIRGINIA. AND
OhBi Or THE REST IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
Daily. ???? eesj per werd ?kM pale ]
?? *??Mcf. H? ??. takes for lees thaa
??ae aae ene-aalf cents ? word all
eiaaatacatUaa eaeept sltsstlon ?A anted
f*r Saaday. Mtuatloa Wasted, mmr coat
a war*. No A*. Seaeay take* fa* leaa
thaa Sfteea eettte.
Ne aas. takes for loss thaa tweaty
See coats waea pauses la er charged j
at the eaaatcr.
Fhoao orders sot saaraateed.
Class ISes fleas aat ?eareateed after j
SiSt r. M.
Far haslarae eeatraets, aead fer thej
Maat Ad. Mae, pheae M?ree t.
' ' Eo0i .no jFounti
|T?<r'lu^r?Kf>.^LOST." be* ween i
the 1 Ji-t National lunk, poat-olhV?
riiKi heventh and Main, or in Capital
City Lunch, or on Forest Hill car,
.etwim tft-venlh and Main and
St.-tenth and Peiry, in bins. 110?
reward and no questions aak^o. Ad?
dress 1103 BeeaaMSJ bfeet. South
Hmo'tTa SEAL NECKPIECE HAT UK
day, between Mill' ' at KhOads and
the. Reservoir. Reward. Phone Mon?
roe 504-J. _
FOUND. LtADT*> GOLD BREASTPIN,
handsome setting. Owner can ret
sanvj by calling on Ii. C. o. hart
MAN, at o^H. Berr^S Co's._
IjOSTV BIO WHITE POINTER DOG.
liver-colored head, spot on side and
ramp, between Cheaterrteld Court?
house a"d Swift Creek. Answers
to the name or Buster. Reward f
returnee to 2619 K**t Grace Street.
tyClp (Jki?nUO, MddU
hoard, no rent, no doctor's bills. In
the navy. Navy pay is nearly ail clesr
money. The average j,ay of navy
enlisted men Is 125 montnly. Thou?
sands of men who have been In the 1
nat y only a few years are drawing
%ii to 1100 monthly. No layoffs. Free
medical care If 111 and no docking.
Wages begin at 117.00 per month, witn
free outfit of clothing worth 1*0.
Steady promotion for competent men
up to 12.400 per year. Men of SO trades
wanted. Apply at NAVV RECRUITING
STATIwN Tuesday and Friday even
legs. Open dally except Sunday._i
WANTED. TO HEAR FROM ONE MAN |
bl each county In Virgln'a who j
would like to make from $1 to 110
per day. ABv on-.- can do this work.
K. D. BENNETT. Bennettsvllle. S. C
ASK YOURSELF WHICH YOU
srould rather he?one of the countless
failures or half-failures In life, or one
of 52.".'t'0 picked men who are successes
or on tha road to success. This )^?r
the navy will comprise 62,000 men.
4.000 more thsn before. If you are
between IT snd 2S call at NAVY re?
CRUITING STATION. 1 Allison Build
in^, East Main and e'ghth Streets.
Richmond. Va.. and ask for full de?
tails about navy pay, hours, promo?
tion, etc.. or send for fascinating free
book. "The Maklnr of a Man-o'-VYars
man. ' Telia in simple language and
Interesting: pictures all about th.- navy.
Send to-day to Bureau of Navigation.
Box 35 4, Nary Department. Washing?
ton. 1? C_
W?NTKii. STENOGRAPHER FOR A
real estate office: one familiar with
writing deeds preferred In answer
Ins; state experience and reference,
also salary expected. Address J Tit,
<ar.- Times-Dispatch. _
want hi./, young" c<>lorbd -woman
to nurse and do general housework:
no cooking, liberal wages. Apply
1702 Hanover Avenue.
WANTED. TRAVELING SALESMAN:
experience unnecessary. Earn whil?3
yon learn. Hundreds of good posl
t ons now open. Write for oar
ticuiars. BRA Ds'TRKKT SYSTEM.
Rochester. N. Y._
MAIL WAT MAIL CLERKS WANTED.
ffO month. Richmond examinations
coming soon: coaching free. FRANK?
LIN INSTITUTE, DepX 414 W..
Rochester. n. Y._
wasted, a cooper for ges
eral repair work, and can triake
h'mseV generally srseful about a
factory Apply PIN MONEY PICKLE
FACTORY. 1500 West Marshall.
JflRST-CLASS BARBERS WANTED
AT 2?g EA3T BROAD STREET.
mfOVR ENERGETIC SALESMEN
wanted by leading publishing I
house; permanent position to pro
due, r*. Apply before 10 A. M 210
"WANTED. A man WITH good SAW.
mill to cut a tract of timber by
the thousand; right on the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad Address W. m. ?..
care Poatmaeter. d'nwiddie. Vs_
WANTED. MAN OF ABILITY TO A3
stst In organising an sssoclstion of j
this city. Must be cspable of talk?
ing to the public, and give good |
references as to his ability. Box 1
"WANTED. BOT TO ATTEND SODA
fountain RICHMOND PHARMACY.
Fifth and Main._
wanted in real estate ofllc?. Chances
of advancement for fcoorl man. Must |
furnish reference. State age. expe
rtence and salary expected G 634.
IF TOT WANT~WORK. CLERICAL
mechanical or manual, spplv amer?
ican LABOR BUREAU. 110 North i
WANTED. FIVE EXPERIENCED IN- j
aurance organisers for Richmond. ,
beet adequate rate life and health
aad accident certificates. THE OR?
DER OF THE GOLDEN SEAL. Trav?
WANTED. A MAN TO WORK ON
farm, situated near Richmond. Apply
fie North First Street. ' References
W ANT ED. LABORERS FOR STEAM
shovel work at Varina. N. C. Wages,
tl eO p?r day. Weekly pay. FISHER
A CAROZZA. General Contractors.
'""ANTED. F?R~U_?.~AKMY. ABLE
b?d!?i. unmarried men .between ages
of I* sad 3'.. citizens of United
States, of good rha:arter and tem?
perate hab'ts. who can speak, read
and write the English language. For
Information, apply to Recruiting
Offices. ??:? E Broad Richmond. Va.
mtutUBM COdntrs. ??Ic
w'aXTKD. PUSTTTon AS STATTONART
engineer, e'erenoe*. F L M.. 2?2l
P tstreet. Richmond_ I
WANTED. A POSITION OF ANY KINO
hp ? sober and industrkms vovag
man of 23; fair educatloa F 411.
care T^saee-Diso? teg._
#A-fTSD. FOSTfToN ?T CAPABLE
stenographer, with two yeera' expe?
rience la law offl.-< Address I. K.
H-. MM East Clay_|
ea-y ewe fa town who makes a ap*.
etalty is s'ter-ng all kinds of gar- ,
menu to the latest fashion. Bvery
garment that Is altered la say sofas
itshment is done trader my personal
espervleior Price very moderate
a?4 work satisfactory- The Raleigh
?fip Wggm ftmult i
WANTED. ? COLORED GIRL FOR
housework Apply 523 North Tenth
wanted. JANUARY 1ST. A WORK
In* housekeeper for boys' school;
must be Christian, middle-aged wo?
man, capable of directing the do?
mestic affairs of the Institution. No
attention will be paid to Inexpe?
rienced applicants. e 561. care
MILLER *? ?^?-fr sssTttfTmr Tftj>
services of bright, active salesgirls
in various departrnente. previous ex?
perience desired, though not essen?
tial, permanent positions to those
FirstTclass STENOGRAPHER ?ND
office asuistant, with knowledge of
bookkeeping; must have experience.
Address, stating references, salary,
etc. K 1C\ r*J^Tjrwes-Dl^patch.
TJsOROUOexXf COMPETENT STKNtXJ
rapher. with seven years' experience,
desires position. Ad 'rasa J 715, tare
A^T^T*NDER^?lRAb%A^E KU USE
would like to act as companion and
awltitaiit to an elderly person aaai
'?ig personal -are, terms moderate;
references exchange.". Please answer
"MISS R.." care y. W. C. A.. Fifth
Slid (irate Streets. Richmond.
protfse.cr.dl l?rip CUdn.rft
?-'ollegee. public and private schools
supplied with teachers of all grades
on short notice, without charge
Teachers wanted. THE VIROINIa
TEACHERS' BUREAU. Rev. R. W.
Crldlln. Manager. Woodland Heights
i? tip, ~. * ?t?Hi
sTeV^. O~Me}^GET GOVERNMENT I
Jobs 120 week. Write Immediately,
for list of positlona open. FRANK?
LIN INSTITUTE, Dep't 415 W?
Rochester, N. T.
REslDENTT^IANAaEB WANTED FOR
local control of the WilUamson
Electric Flexllyte for automobllea
and house use The new portable
light, containing an extension cord,
wn.cn can be unwound and wound up
at will. You must have a small
capital, open an office, handle agents
and see the trade, on a new plan de?
vised by us. The Flexllyte sells ru
automobillsts, motor-boat owners,
campers, sportsmen; also in every
electrically lighted home. This is
an opportunity for a man who can
give highest references. Address L
A WILUAMSON COMPANY. 261
Broadway. New York City._
WANTED. LOAlC OF ?17.000 ON FIRST
mortgage Improved city real estate;
security abso.ute. Address G (29. care
ClLuMiS'OF EVERY KIND COLL.ECT
ed anywhere. FIDELITY CREDIT
CO.. lit .Vorth Eighth Street. Rleh
CAPITAL FOR APPROVED ENTER
prlaea witnout commission. Full par?
ticulars mailed- for 2c postage. Ad?
dress THE GEORGIA PROMOTER,
OWN YoFf. OWN HOME. WE LEND
money to buy qr build, or to pay off
mortgages anywhere In the United
States; only 5 per cent simple annual
Interest; we give you ten years to
repay loan at the rate of ft per
month on each Jl.ooo borrowed
Write, call or phone Monroe 1M1 tor
full information. EMPIRE REALTY
& MORTGAGE COMPANY, 1017 Mu?
tual Building. Richmond. Va.
f?tf CAN MAKE ?5<fo?WASTED.
FOR A CLIENT, A THOROUGH?
BRED POINTER DOG, BROKE IN
EVERY WAY. COLOR. BROWN
AND WHITE; NOT OVER TWO <2>
YEARS OLD; NO SETTERS CON?
SIDERED. WE ARE AUTHORIZED
TO PAY AS MUCH AS $500 FOR
THE DOG. IF YOU HAVE WHAT
OUR CLIENT WANTS WRITE US
AT ONCE AND WE WILL CALL
TO SEE WHAT YOU HAVE FOR
SALE. ADDRESS D 4*2. CARE
WANTED. OLD MAHOGANY FURNI
t ire Hlgbeat prices paid EISEN,
161? West Broad. Phone Madison
WANTED, TO BUY FOR CASH. HOUSE
hold goods In any quant'ty. Phone
PIER MIRROR WITH BASE. FINISH
ed in old gold. K 76?. care Tlmee
5 ANTED. DIE WORK, STAMPING
light roach;-.e specialties, manufact?
ured under contract, or high-class
repair work. SUCCESS NOVELTY
CO.. IXC. jSl Stockton Street,_
WANTED. TO BUY FOR CASH. OLD
gold and old siver; any quantity.
E. C. MEYER JEWELRY CO.. 317
FURNITURE wanted?will but
household ..goods Of any kind and
any amount. Phone Madison ISSR
poultry:, Prttf an. litr fettet
FoR ?XiZ. SM whYte an6
brown-spotted pointer dog. two and
half years old; well broken and
good retriever. Price. ?50 For fur?
ther Information apply or write
THOP. h. OWEN. Pacea. Va.
FOR SALE. A PAIR OF SHETLAND
ponies, one gal ted under saddle; also
one rubber-tire ball-bearing pony
runabout, double and slng.e harness,
pole and shafts: one colt. IS months
??Id. driven several times. C. R.
2>TR1BLING. 11 W?st Tabb Street.
FOR SALE."PoHETLAND_PONY COLTS.
hVautles. both ?? xev>. spotted snd
aoil.l colors, the Ideal Christmas
present for children: sons snd
daught. r* of the sensational prise
winning |!.?Od stallion. General Shaf
| ter. A&piv MR. ENOS. 411 South
I Li-ire] Street._
[FOR S?LE. ONE COMBINATION
I horse. runah":;t and harness cheap
! to ?|Ui'k buyer. Phone Madison
Jtr. Wfld 1 dfwT UJL09B
I _ ...... ^- ~^^s^w-^-^?*v^^-^^?
C"U> WEATHER IS COMLNG. ORDER
I your wood by the load and save re
j tellers' pr"..t. Phone Monroe 2i2?.
ILON?J ADVISES USE OF H oT~M~
?ujI. half lamp, for rooking, grates
and fornsres. because It is about
i half price ?.f anthracite coal; per?
fektiv *?:???? Main office 150?
Wc-ut Broad. _
WOOD FOR Ti KATERS AND COOK
stoves, two-thirds seasoned, heats
ar! lasts like coal ?5 ?? par cord.
?.? 7? per half-cord. 114? per quarter
cord. Phor-e Monroe 437? aad save
money. lyn h A HARRIS, ltll East
iBEST QUALITY HNt WOOD, THE
I ?7 kind, for ?6.50 cord. $3 25 per
i half-cord. big. full leads Phsaa
Monroe 437? lVNE <t HARRIS. 1311
OOOD FAMILY WO"D. ICS* CORD,
sawed tri at'v, leartha. 70S North
Sevawtaaasth ssTreat, Moaraa 31 ?t
fY^^T"<hed ~RoSaiiC wiriJ^asSaliD'
l?4 East Franklin St/s at,_
MXntR WITH BOARD: Als? T
Eajpgsm in Pgg Bp
MRS. CHAet K. BOWERS. 11? esAeTT
Franklin StreeV haaiaaani rontne.
with steam heat aad haar?: .lining
room service awSor sssiiagataeat of
Mrs. Lee Ptrlne Ltpaeotah.
in private Caaaitr. Rare an H?
_ 'KT. MY NIC*,
What part of a flower? . _ ,
AKSWL.K TU lESTEKUAM Ft'****]
A 'SPLENDID "GENERAL' mekchan
dssa proposition in sinail country vi
lage. near post-oft.**, and graded
acnool. A lively business, boat ruton
for desiring to sell. Also a nice
young mare, coming six years old.
broke well in harness; selling for
want of use, having otners. lnves
iig.au-. i; .61. cane Tlmea-Diapatcix
for .<A I.e. HIGH GRADE BUSINESS]
buggy; St. Louts storm buggy; 11
newly painted cutunder runabout,
several top wagons and one open
wagon A. meyer's SONS. 731 East
FOR wagons. oo to RICHARDdON
BROS.. 61? Brook Avenue, painting.
repairing and rubber tire work.
for sale, one gas heater, two
small coal stovea Phone Madison
FOR SALE. TRACTION ENGINE, lt
horsepower. nearly new; alsp saw?
mill. Bargain lor quick purchaser
Box 833. City.
FOR SALI? FIRST-CLASS GREEN
grocery and meat store in the East- i
ern section of the city. Sale In- '
eludes stock, fixtures, lease on build- ,
lng and good will- retiring on sc- |
count of ill health. F 286, care :
i FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER ?T
cents. RENNIE DAIRY CO.. 404
? North Seventh.
FOR SALE. MILL, THREE STANDS '
roller process; corn burr, capacity
26 barrels da-Iy; good stream, HO ;
acres la pond, for ?2.500. A bargain. !
CHA& C. CLARKE, De Witt. Va.
SPLENDID BUSINESS FOR SALE?
Unfailing waterpower flour mill and '
i ice factory, near Grottoes, bbenan- i
i doah Valley of Virginia. Owner
wishes to retire. Address GROT?
TOES ROLLER MILLS, Grottoes.
FOR SALE?WE HAVE A NUMBER
of late model Underwood and Rem- j
lngton visible typewriters, which!
look as good, work as well and are
guaranteed the same as near ma-1
dunes, ad a saving od 4? par cent; j
sen* on examination anywhere.
AMERICAN TYPEWRITER EX?
CHANGE. INC.. 60S East Main Street.
Phone Madison 5236.
DINKEY ENGINES*, ROAD ROLLERS.
? hoisting engines, pumps, boilers and
! engines, all sizes and styles, second
: hand, guaranteed t BLCFORD &
' LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BCSINESS
? and pleasure buggies at lowest
prices; agents for Columbus Buggy
Oo. A MEYER'S SONS. 721 East
j Cevry Street. 1
j ?Mtn? fot ?Uat j
, The Roanoke; newly furnished
rooms; 7?c day up. bath: phone; heat- ?
?LARGB. LIGHT'liOGM. completely I
j furnished for housekeeping. 104 j
West Grace. _I
.BRIGHT. ATTRACTIVE ROOMS. 17 I
j North Sixth._east side of street, j
[NICELY furnished" ROOM FOB I
' gentiemen; combination lignis, bath: 1
j entraL 122 South Fifth.
. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS.~W_TK.
or without board, gjj East Marshall.
i FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENTLE
nv.-n. light and heat. 401 East!
WANT KD. TO KENT TWO OR THREE
rooms ior light housekeeping, fur?
nished or unfurnished: state price.
Address G 627. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
LARGE FRONT ROOM. NICELY FUfi?
nished for couple or gentlemen; all
conveniences- 18 p*r month. 51?
North Seventh Street.
fiual e?t?tr fit *Uni
reduced rent; just been completed;
S rooms and bath, hot water heat,
combination fixtures. Possession at
once. P. N. WALKER A CO.. Real
KMate and Insurance._
:FOR RENT F?RNTSHED HOUSB:
I enough permanent roomers to cover
j expense*. Address F 4??. care
?TWO NEW"FLATS. SOUTHEAST COR
I mm of Park and Mulberry, at ?66
I each. First flat seven rooms, two
baths; ?? cord flat eight rooms, two
oaths, hot water heat, combination
! fixtures, every convenience. Most
modern In West End See at once
D. N WALKER 4b CO.. Real Estate
J aad Insurance._
; MX-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT.
! nicely located. near automobile
] factory, corner Broad and Boule
I FOR RENT. CENTRALLY LOCATED
. moo. .-n flat, five r (ins aad bath.
Possess'on Decemhrr 1st. McCLURE
DAVENPORT-TAYIX)R CO.. INC.. IN
North Eighth Street. Richmond
"CLOVER FIELDS? COMFORTABLE
family and bunting resort, open all
year: quail shooting, fox and drag
bunting with Keewick Club. Cir?
culars and city references. Country
homes sale or rent. FRANK RAN?
DOLPH. Keswlck. Albe marls County.
WEST GRACE STREET. CORNER
residence, at tee per month: twelve
rooms aad two baths, semi-detached,
hot water heat, combination Sxtures.
Possession la one month. D. N
WALKER ft CO.. Reel Estate sad la
ftttl ?*Utt Wswtrt
NELLY ft CO. Write peStal for
HOME ON GROVE A v En UK OR ~EST
Graes Street; price sot to exceed ?.
v en traces, ar In which modern eon
laalieess ess at, k* lasts Bod M
hie pries Addrsee F 611.
I?. R Mtdyette Company. Int. have
deeiered a sarterlv dividend of one
per cost <l?-? on their outstanding
participating gold heads, fatyahte
November le. 1?12. to ksliets ef
ftrtl e#t.tc fit Unit
at public Ml* la Harrleonburg.
Uuckingham County. V?,. at 13
o'clock Thursday, November Slot, the
well known and valuable Rawley
Spring*, va.. property. 1810-1313.
This U the finest chalybeate aprlng
ln Virginia, carbonate protoxide iron.
Identical with the celebrated spring
at Spa. Belgium. The qualities ol
this water are unsurpassed in this
country. For analyals and full par
tlculars address r. 8. bWlTZEK,
Executor. tlarriaonburg. Va._
WeWh?MCTON HOME" with HOT
Mater beat and sewerage. In best
neighborhood, to traue for city prop?
erty. Unproved or unimproved. Don t
phone. See 1>. X. W.vLKEK & CO.,
No. 1 Mutual Building._
150 FEET in vi*EST END AT MEADOW
Street. To -lose <iulckly, $15 per
foot. E 5V>, care Timers-Dispatch.
BEST AND S?FESTInVKSTMENT ON
earth. New Vork real estate; a few
line bargains for sale or exchange for
Southern fauns or Richmond prop?
erty. DAMKON. 355 Putnam Avenue,
Brooklyn. Hear York._
?4\<i?0 FIRST""" MORTGAGE. * PER
cent, note two vears from November
I, 1J12, sacurad by brick city prop?
erty. Absolutely safe. D. at WALK?
ER & CO., Real Estate and Insur?
ance, No 1 Mutual Building;_
MAIM STREET. t3mtUC square. $30
per foot. Be ?juick if von want this.
D 47i. car-- Timea-Dlapatch.
STOP ~|'"X vi N? J~R ENT. SEE DAVIS
BBOR, INC., Home BuKders._
$70 PER FOOT "FOR FULL DEPTH
lots aa Grove Avenue and West
Streets one or several lots. E 5?8.
c.tre Tim es-Dispatch._
j i-2 ACRES."SOUTHAMPTON. CHE-S
Wfleld County, near no* bridge.
House with nine rooms, two baths,
furnace heat. beautiful view of
Country Club and surrounding prop?
erty. Small orchard. Will trade for
city property. See D. N. WALKER &
CO., Real Estate and Insurance.
WE HAVE SEVERAL CHOICE LEE
District lots under th> market. Will
sell or build on for you. DAVIS
BROS. in'"., 2510 W*est Main.
tfrbWwant"tcTbut a home on
easy terms, small cash payment, rest
like rent. See DAVIS BROS.. INC.,
2510 West Main. Home Builders.
WANTED] TO SELL QUICKLY, 10
per cent brick investment. 4 apart
rreents. with all conveniences and
entirely separate; not far from car
or schools; $14.400; no agents. D
482, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
61-ACRE FARM. SEVER MILES FROM
South Richmond. Owner bound to
have the money; $1.500. Will sell
for some cash and carry mortgage
for balance. Address F 412, care
BROAD sTREKZ PROPERTY, UNTM
proved. Is the place to put your
monev. Get wise and see AMOS &
POINDEXTER. Travelers' Building.
MODERN. NEW 7^ROOM FRAME
house on Davfs Avenue, between
Main and Floyd, for $3.800. Very
light and attractive; maple floors,
granolithic sidewalk and large ter?
raced yard. D. K. WALKER St CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
flats for Rmt
D^SIR?"BLE~ FIVE^R?OM UTPPER
flat to sublease. Rent, 327.(0. D.
SULLIVAN. 2014-A Hanover Avenue.
DELIGHTFUL AND CONVENIENT
flat. Main, near Harrison. Address
G 628. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
99 !5rr Udru cue
! DON'T~HA^VE^ TfC?? BLE '
WITH HOUSECLEANING. STAINING
and waxing floors. Call Monroe 3120
for first-class service. Satisfaction
guaranteed. WILLIAM JOHNSON.
SEE EVANS HARDWARE CO. FOR
the largest line of sporting goods in
the city. 700 West Broad Street.
'HOW I CURED MYSELF OF CON
I sumption?a booklet of priceless
' value to tubercular sufferers. Abso?
lutely free. CHA& F. AYCOCK. 711
Irurerhational Bank Bullding. Los
j SHOE REPAIRING.
j 10c REBATE IF YOU BRING SHOES
with this coupon. Men's shoes half
soled, 75c, rebated to (Sc.; lad<es*
naif-soles, 60c. rebated to 50c Every
pair sewed, best leather; no nails, no
pegs Heeling. 25c. DREW'S ELEC?
TRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East
Main. Phone Monroe 3(67._
302 North Ninth Street, hauls trunks
for 25c. claim checks issued at the
bouse for y-ur baggage; two men on
i our wagon. Phone Madison 1446
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS BOUGHT
and sold: furniture repaired and
finished at reasonable prices; also all
kinds of special pieces mads to or?
der by hand. Satisfaction guaran?
teed- EISEN. 1313 West Broad.
Phone Madison MSR
CALL PHONE MONROE Mil FOR
fish, steamed crabs, crab as oat. Da>
llvered promptly. 3*3 sr. Mow res St.
FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKING.
WE PACK ARD SHIP FURNITURE
aad china aad wadatlag par sasorts with
care. Stpned JACOB UMLAUF, 132?
Waat Bread SU est 'Phone M??l??a
TOOL* AND CDTLXRT.
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING OTTOOU
or cutlery, see the EVANS HARD?
WARE CO. Best lino at Iowas?
prices In city. 7?? W. Brsad 81 root,
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CTTT. St
per load. Store your furniture, busj
i gles. automobiles, pianos at TOMP
KINS. 327 West Broad._>
'SAFETY BLADES RESHARPENED
(all makes>. hairtested and guaran?
teed to rhave as good or better than
new. Work received and delivered
at our local agency. Howell Bros..
Sixth and Broad. SHARP-O CO.. No.
I North Seventh. Phono Monroe
AMT! QU ER
original ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
Furniture repaired, polished aad
packed, upholstering, etc L n. ar
MALL A SON.. 1617 Wast Dread
Phoess ?lad so? ?27T._
lawn mow err
largest line of lawn mowers,
garden hoe*, la the c'ty; prices rea?
sonable. We soli Detroit was range*
EVANS HARDW VRE co, 70? West
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that A
general meeting ef the atockholders
ef the Bank of Commerce and Trusts.
Of Richmond Vs.. baa been callow
by the board of directors of sale]
bank, to be held at the bank I as;
?ouse of said bark. No. ?01 East
Mala Street. Richmond. Ta* as?
WEDNESDAT. the jetn day S? Ms?
aasaaar. 1*13. at i o a. M
RO. M. KENT. JR,
T'.rglata Rallwsy and Power Ce
?28-?3? East Mala Street.
I ROchaaand Crcuyberrt. MIL
NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVEM THAT
I the annua: pusttas: of the stock
holier* of the Virginia Railway and
Power Company will be held at the
general office of the company, la
the city of Richmond. Va. aa Wed?
nesday November 2*. Hit, at IS
~ clock M
The transfer books will ha
The transfer books will ha closed
on Thursday. October 31. I?l?. at i
o cloch P M. and will be riipaaaS
aa Thursday. November ?L I sit. at
M 4faloak A Wk ?
Reputed Leader of Hillsville
I Feudists May Know His Fate
by Friday Night.
FINAL WITNESSES EXAMINED
Judge Staples Then Delivers His
Instructions to the
[Special to The Tlmen-Dispatch. J
Wytheville. Va, November 19.?Sldna
' Allen, reputed leader of the ?' aad of
IiillavUle feil^i-tH. whose trial for mur
j der in connection with the courthouse
, tragedy has ueen in progress about
' three weeks, probably will know his
! fate by Kriday night,
j Judge Staples this afternoon de?
livered instructions to the Jury, there
being about twenty-five on each side
and covering every phase of the case.
Immediately thereafter arguments of
Floyd Landreth. Commonwealth s At?
torney for Carroll County, opened for
the Commonwealth In a speech of one
hour and twenty minutes' length, argu?
ing principally to establish a consptr- J
acy from the evidence.
Senator K P. Bruce then apoke unUi
'the hour of adjournment, replying to
argument of Mr. Lendrsth and reason?
ing from the evidence that there was
Seven hours and a half to each side
was agreed upon by the attorneys for
argument, which wlU bring it to Friday
befors the case is given the Jury.
Only a few witnesses remained to be
examined when the trial reeumed to?
day. Allen's lawyers called two wit- j
nessee. largely for the purpose of cor?
roborating evidence prevlusly pre?
sented, whlU the Commonwealth, in
rebuttal, called several wUnesses In
its effort to refute the defendant's
J. E. Kern was recalled for the de?
fense to prove the sale of piping and
I other articles sold to the accused.
I which were cot brought oat In former
j The prosecution scored a point to
; day when the court sustained Its ob
, Jection to the admission of the dying
! statement of Miss Bottle Ay ere. one
j of the victims of the courthouse
Lawyers for the defense, contending
that the girl's dying declaration would
have aided materially In showing the
defendant's innocence, noted an ex?
ception to the court's ruling.
The defense then rested, and the
1 Commonwealth In rebuttal introduced
I Dr. c. B. Xufkols. who flatly contra?
dicted the evidence of Victor Allen
that he had gone to the drugstore
j with Dt> NucKols. and on the way Dr.
, Nuckols had said. "This Is a horrid
affair." and Victor replied, "Yes; he
I had nothing to do with it: that he had
no gun. and that he tried to persuade
j the others rot to do It,"
W. F. Harris contradicted Sldna
Allen's statement as to loading his
pistol on the court green and his say?
ing. "Kill tee last d-n one of
j This closed the evidence, and the
! court adjourned the Jury until noon
. In order to consider ttse instructions,
j which were read to the Jury.
I Wesley Edwards, who with Sldna
' Allen, was captured In Des Molnes,
Iowa, after a country-wide search. Is
the only remaining member of the
band to be tried. His trial probably
j will follow quickly the one now draw?
ing to a close.
AeeteeaSnllr Sheets Playmate.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
! Harrisonburf. Va. November 19.?
Wheeling to shoot at a bird. Jtmmle
Shifflett. an Island Ford youngster.
poked the gu? In the face of little
' Wilber Crawford and peppered him In
I the forehead. One shot glanced under
the scalp and came oat of the back of
? the fboy's head. The bulk of the load
carried off the boy's hat, leaving him
not seriously injured.
The most magnificent hotel fa the
, South. European plan. Rooms slagle
sad en salts, with and without baths.
' specious sample rooms.
34th SL East at Park Avtu
Ail EapsssB Twst? rrmm ? Days MIA* sex
sad eteer waM tsdts Sena
Per Panfaiani a seises -
The Bsayat Ma? iwhs Co,
gANDCaSWt S X>N. Oes. Agte. S>
esst. PI. N T : MtTttH DnwMAJs.
let ft Skua St.. kwaaawss, OS AKT
$7,500 to $8,000
W? have immediate mir chaser for homo on #ith?r Grace 8treat. Grove
Avenue, Hanover Avenue or park Avenue *>t the avbove price. Modern
hotn? desirable, but not essential ? rooms muet be large
What have you to offer?
Bowles & Jones Company, Inc.,
Phone Madiaon ?007. ?4 North Eighth Street.
r**nra. tec. Hotels. Whore Excursion*, Leer
Twin IM 8. 3. "UtKMinUM," 1C.SU
I tons d'aplacement. Electric tana; orches?
Faste?i. newest and only Steamer landtag
pa??*nger? at tae daek ia Bermuda without
tra nefer. m
Selling* every* Bra day* la connection
with R. 3L S. P. Co. Ticketa interchange
For fall information, apply ta A. X
OVTEIUSKIINiE at CO., Agente Quebec 3.
g. Co.. Ltd.. 2t Broadway. New York.
aV M. BOWMAN. Ml East Kala.
Winter Trips "By Sea"
BOSTON AM) PROVIDENCE.
Steamers? Norfolk to Boston dally, except
Thursday, to Providence, 'Monday. Thurs?
day and Saturday, ? P. M ?Freght only.
Through tickets on aale to principal palnta
Flo* steamers, excellent eervice, iow fares,
Wirelesa talaarapb. Send for booklet
Apply C. A O. By.. N. * W. Ry . 9. H.
Bowman. No. 7? E. Mala Street, and Rich?
mond Transfer Company; No. *? E. Main Sc
OLD DOMINION LINK.
!Lt. Richmond foot of Aah St. dally.7:00 P. X
Lsev* Newport News.6:00 a.m.
I Arrive Norfolk.0:00 a. M.
Connects with main line steamers leaving
j Norfolk for New York dally, except Sunday.
17:0? p. X Connection! a.so made by N. A
j W. Ry. I p. M. and C. & O. Ry. at I p. X
I N.ght line aleemera atop at Clare most t*
! land or receive passengers on algnal. and will
i be met oy public conveyance.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO. (Effective
I March 11.)? Jamea River by daylight for
Norfolk and Old Point. Newport Newa aad
all James River landings. Steamer learee
; Monday. Wed&eaday aad Friday at 4;J? A.
M Freight received for all James River
...a Passne Madlaon 170.
Main Ticket Office. 121 2. Main Streak
WEST INDIES?SOUTH AMERICA.
I "LAURENTIC," "MEGANTIC"
I Two Largest, Newest. Finest Steamers
Ever Sent to the Tropics.
January 22. February 8, February 23,
28 and 29 days. 217? upward.
9. H. BOWMAN, Agent. Richmond. Vs.
Atlantic Coast Line
i ll.e f "lr. u.l of the I
EFFECTIVE OCT. a. UBA
TRAIN.- i.-A?c, RICHMOND DAILY
For Florida and South: l:IS A X sad
. 0:50 P. M.. 1:00 A. m
i For Norfolk: ?:?0 A. m.. 1:00 P. m.. 4:1? p.
For N. A W. Ry. West: ?:!? A. X. ?M A.
m.. 1:00 P. M.. 8 10 P. m
For Petersburg: 1:0? a. ml, 1:11 A. Sg,
i:I? A. M.. I O A. M IM A. If.. S:0? P. m-.
4:10 P. M, ?:? P. M.. 4:5? P. M. ?:2? P. m.
11:4- P. M.
For Goidaboro aad Fayettevlli*: *4:!0 P. X
I Train* arrive Richmond daliy: 6 *> A. M.
j 8:4? A. M. 1?:IS A at.. n i7 A X: -l?:4? A
: M. ?11:40 A. M . *2::0 P. m. -1:4? P. at,, l:OS
i P. M . ?.3i P. m. 8:?0 P. M, ?:0? P. X.. U:m
: p. m
?Except Sunday ?Sunday only.
Tim* of arrival and departure aad eon
nectiona not guaranteed.
C. s. CAMPBELL. D. P *? SM Mara St.
Rh hoKMMt air* Cbeaaveake Be* Ry. Ce.
Senegal* of Kleetxte Train*, egecttre May
Sa. OB. Laave Richmond. Laurel and Brass
Streets: .Ha a. it. ?7:10 A SL- m:l? A.
M . ?::? a. X. ?M):M a. m.. U m m. m. 1U?
' P. *a_ J ia P m.. i:i* P. at.. te? to P jh.. cm
lg> m. *J? p. X. 7:1? P. m.. ct*:l? P. ja,
I ?:14 P. m. U.Sj P. m. Leave ?t *aO. EaS
land and Maple Stueta: *?:ii \. at.. t> -:.ao a,
. . 4 9a A. M.. tft m A- v.. 1C :*? A. m.. ?11*0
I A. A4-, 'U.00 m. ?1:0? P m. *:*? P. 14.. J.et
P. M . 4:4* P. m.. ot ia) ?. at.. a:*0 P. m.. ..*>
j P. PL, ? :*? P- m.. b?:a? P. M-. 11:8? P. X
?Dally except eusssy. ?Sunemr only
actri lee Bagsag*.
nc.u.ea to wave Rich
?:4* A. X?Leest to ?er.law
I 1:?0 P. M?Sleepers and coachea Atlanta.
Blrmtngnan?. Savannah, Jacksonville i.*>
I A. m.?AleeIXre and coaches. Jacksonville
j ill* P. M Sleesers aad c*acaaa. Atiaaia.
iniraalngham. AsempsJe. KortbtMited IraiM
aeSedaJed t* arrive a* Richmond daily:
I SO A m-. Um A. X, *.-?> P. m.. 4:4* P. X.
i Norfolk k Westen Railway
i ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
I Schedule la Effect September 3?. ISIX
Leave Byrd Street Station. Richmond. FOR
: VORFOLK: *?:?0 A. St.. ?1.09 P. M . agjgj f. j
i FOR LTNCHBCRO AltD THE WfTST: ??.?
? A m . ??:M A M . ?2:0? P. M.. ?? > P. m
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk. *".l 40 A.
m . ??:?< P. m. ?ii ? P. m From the West:
**.*> A m . BJtta P. M. S4.-0? P. m.. H U F.
m . *? oa p *t
?Daily tla'T ex. Sen ear- bSnaday only
W B OEVXLL. C. H. BOS LEY,
O. P. A . Roanek*. D P .v. ? ?- >nd
PREM IK I; CARRIER OF THE SOL'TSL
Trnina IssSSej Richmond.
N. B *' ? ? ???? schedu.e Sguree pubtlsa
ed as tnfarmatn-n and not guaraateed:
Far tae .-wih-Dtilj: ?10 A M Leea),
M ? A M E? pr.ss. ?.?* P. M Eapreea
with electric :**trd Sleeping Cars for At?
lanta and il rm'ngham. II 4S r. M. Expreaa
?*eh Day*: | 81 *' M Leral.
ToRK RIVER LINK.
4 P) P. M.- I'al.y?CoaaecUag for Raitl
Deorr M>n v. . d >nU Friday. 0 0? A. M -Es
Soa aad - * P M ?Men. ?Ted. end Frisay
Train* arrrtve Riehatewd.
Prnm the Sontb: f:a? A. X. and ? #* A * .
?m P. X. ? ** P. X dally. k ir. gt Sea
Freir. W.at to n >:M A. K. dairy: Itx A
M, Ron Wed. arf Frl. 4S P. X Ea. See
S. B BUR?5ESS. D P A,
SP E. Mate St. Pswe? M* r* n
to un mom w?smimgtoh ago otroto
?APSA.K Syid Nu*j*aJ *>AP A.B. StiSasLSsg.
it*. ?aJptA? ?.Kiwi sesaiia
til JeA I I ?r?M.vi*
?l.l* f. >. Rate s?. ?ta.
?j.eS P.S. Sy*eM.eas>
?s. is f J. Rrrd A4. Ma
?a 4* r R. Syrdat.eca.
?vai P.a. s7rd a?.?4a
Ml K K
?A.4* A.K Byrd RCRl
?fAt? AS. Byrd efc ?,a
y*\%*\ eeee By-rd a*. Sea,
etwePPJLSyrd aa. Sta.
?AAS PK. Byrd ?* au,
(Atlfi rAa ?tstlee.
"Alt PK abw* *?. Pea. ttefce etr*t RrrdetJUa.
?BARFS. ByrdM. MaJ-ljSA adewt Beaa**. egg,
?BBRJmml sa. ?*a> fJB Fr?. Syr f
Lssve ff*s ate. 7 at ?.8L.?-l? P.
Brrd ??? ???*. *J? AJS re*** Fred wwasVg.
a^sssvaJX AJ-^A^?^R?m Aailaal.
?Daily. tWeekdera. >Baadaj i eaay.
asasB ?af^Passel t# ff^HM agwOTajl 9Ca^aMe| m-WB
!*T *t ETew, Tease ef errtewUeed dapart i
auction s?a!f0. futnte Dajj#
W? will sell at public auction, to
too high oat bidder, unless otherwise
disposed of, at oar freight warehouse,
corner Seventeenth and Marshall Sta,
Commencing at 9:00
various lots of Dry Goods, Clothing.
Rugs. Druggets. Furniture. Hardware
and miscellaneous articles of every de?
The public are requested to attasMh
Elevated seats provided for ladles, ami
special accmmodfttlon sHU he af?
forded out-of-tovrn buyers for shipping
This wtU be an unusually large and
THE CHESAPEAKE as OHIO RT. OO.
L Ju SCHERE R.
General Claim Agent.
Sam Stern has just returned
the North, where he brings with hem
a complete line of merchandise, which
I he will auction off at his auction sad
j storage house, 13*1) East Mala Street,
i NOVEMBER St
! at 10:30 o'clock A. M
' The public is cordially invited.
! The retail merchants wtU find this
i the most profitable auction they have
I ever attended in this city. Our auc
tioneer ig Mr. Edward Warwick, of
Pennsylvania, and is widely known
throughout th.- I"n!%?d states.
We will sell all kinds of merchan?
dise. We have every facility for
handling and storing goods? immense
floor space and electric elevators. We
I make quick sales and prompt returns.
We will buy entire stocks or parts of
I stocks of merchandise.
, We solicit consignments from man
ufactur--rs. Jobbers, wholesale and re
j tail merchants. As to responsrbiltty,
j after having he ?n in business In tats
I city for the past twenty-live rears
> we refer to the hanks aad business
j men In general We shall conduct the
? merchandise auction business here as
i It is now carried on In New Tork and
i other large cities.
Thanking you In advance for your
favors and patronage, we are.
Tours very truly.
SAMI'EJ. STERN * CO.
Carload gSSd second-hand MuTes. al.
young and sound; single axiJ in pairs
Just worked enough to be seasoneC
and hard, will ?>? sold in next few
days, also Wagons. Carts, drapers and
Twentieth and Franklin.
Owsapeake i Ok* lU?Sn*
: IM A.-Leeal-Dai^-N-wsort lim
j ij a - I>. a. -Daliv-*;e*l?ie. SS. tsav
? f* SJ A.-Fsprvse Oaliy-Xrtrfolk. OM PlSSI
IfsMi A-Leca:-Del.>-LcbB*-. L*a. C fwaja
? 12 W Xeon?Eapr??, Dai r-.\"orfe:a> Old WX
1 ?1 % -Ssprese- t>?l >-<-?. L'vlUS
I *? S? F-Esprest-Da?y-Merfoa. 3?.
? ss p.-Lecal-Oas:?-3f <">ig |
| I :l r. teoal Ft Saa - Oetdeasstssk
i | |i p-l*ym- Z% Ssa?Lyact
?isp :. .1.4 d? > -Oacia'u. ceaassa
?jl o? p -Express? Oe">?CtnciBBSjt ^sVen*?
?*.e?p?r? ?rar er rera _
Trains akki ? c aw-HMOWD-Leess trass
Rast: t * A ? . ? ?? J ?- mT*'*mfm .Sssa?
Best: :i a, a. ? . ?:*? P. ^JL* ?' 5
frew. ?*>?? 1 ? A M_. m*m A Mm SSSt
im t. *t Threogh. SJ? a. SL. UM s> M
*mmw* sRese use: _?"*:? a> w. e>sj p. %%
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I cor? aaacaee-.ee. seveash_
i ?trr*ta '"t PstefsSarg.
?U ?Hl?-?? ?
U et raw caisiss. BS
I rs'iia. _ m
J cos? iesve Psesesssssj, Saat et
Strirt. 'er ataaehesesr:
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ah. ? ? n * tM. im. ?
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