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?renter Rlchxcond'e Oreatest Newspaper
GHM II ST WAST AND RBAL ES?
TATE MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA. AND
ONE Ol TUE BEST IN AMERICA
Want Ad Rates
Dally, oac erat per word nk'n pala
la adxaacr. Nu ad. takea fur Icaa lhaa
Oae and mir half rum a word all
rlaaalUi miIou? ?irr|il sliua.< Wetled
(er ?uDdaj. Sitaaflua Wealed, oar real
e word. Ne Ad. Saaday takea *?r leas
than afters < rata.
Na ads. takea fur leas than tweaty
a?r ceata Takea phoard la vr charged
at the i-ooater.
lkkoae orders nut guaranteed,
ClasstaCatlvaa not guaranlerd after
? t8U V. M.
lor business rortrarta, send for the
Waat Ad. Maa. Pkoa* Man/iw x,
lost ui'U ifuuno
Lbs i' BLACK collie DOO,
while, neck and breast, reward if re?
turned to U17 East C ary, or 'phone
Qrlp CUdntco u?alr
W A & Tl.il, it \ I L v. ,\ V w MAIL
clfrks feu parcel poet; m month.
Ri bun j!<1 examinations soon, loach
Ing free. UlANLhi:, INrt ll'l I it,
ly. pt PS A ito< Beater, K. Y._
Wanted, one wmi i e and one
colored farm hand tot larm M at
city, references reqnired. Address
X MO, case i imaa Ilia pa toil.
WANTED, i:k<;!.-Ti:r.k!. miai-ma
??l. t. good aular'. :.::d hohrs. Send
i*Terences, <;. U. CONQLtOM ?>.,
Wanted, men anTT\vu:.Tkn jo
Qualify for government positions,'
several Itirtsainl e^point tuaxitA to
pa made next few months; lull in?
formation aliout. opening*, bo-.* to
prepare, etc . fre. , wi'e immedi?
ately for Booklet Q-Ms. KAHL
HOPKINS. \A aMungton, i>. '
V ANTbl'. J'jH COM 1 ' '.-1T' 'Ii per
m?nent position. Apply B. FRANK?
LIN phe.-S. CO.. Petersburg. Va.
WANTED. FIFTEEN "iar;-en
tors. oi-iy Bret*class men desired
Apply to fesetnaa at 21st, and
Uru' i- Streets.
\VAN TE 1J. '1 Ii llKE GOOD B< >: ?
buiide.'s. men al/e to read hltM
prints and with a knowledge-of above
the average w..rl: man . good, steady
position, ("all Kliuo Motor Car Cor?
poration, la'-toiy N ' .': ? ."I
ACtT aI.LV 1 N v I'.s i IOATE TOE
i nited States Ksri before naeVrg
up your iiiind vou wouldn't wear! to
nelong. f ind out for yourself the whole i
truth about navy pay. hour*, promo?
tion, training, pleasant rosnpanInnship,
?ben<-e* to I earn traue--, to mv- up
rr.oney. and to see the world. If yo'i ra
i.. i? ??? n ppeanftaa and t-n-r.'/ ?
< all at. N'uvy Re* ruitm? Station. Alli?
son Building. Beat Main and Ekgath
Streets. Richmond, Va.. and get this
interesting, valuable information first
hand. Or write for lree book.
Making of a Maii-o'-Warsmaft." Tells j
in simple language and < .'-ar pictures!
all about daily life in the navy. etcj.
Band to-day to Bureau of Navigation. .
Boa *m. Navy Department, Washing?
ton. d. C.
(IKT PRBPARBD Ff)H railway
gkall and other government "exams"
by former United Ptafceg <"ivil Say
vice secretary-examiner, free Look
let V. PATTERSON CIVIL .ser?
VICE SCHOOL, hif bcttfr, K. Y.
Xble-bodikd v.kn wanted!
lor the Cnited States Marine Corps he- |
t wetii the agtaa or it and h. Must be I
natT'.'c Lorn cr liutc t:-' pap---:- .*.i- :.:h
|y pay. $16 to ten. Addittonal compen- |
satlon possible Food, clotliing iiua:
tens and mcdbal attendance free. Af-1
tef jo >-<-ars service < an retire with H
per cent of pay and allowances. Ser?
vice on board ship and ashore in all
parts of the world. App'-. to UNITED
states MARINE CORPS' RE
? RflTIN'fi office, 7K e*-l Main i
street. Richmond. Va.
WANTED, BRICKLAYERS AND LAB-1
orers by JOHN T W IU-on ' INC.,
at I?mbardy anrl I.elgh Streets
B ALKS > I AN?THE OLDEST"' AND ]
largest house in lfs line in t'nited |
States requires eervi<:es of three Al
traveling salesmen Car \ iruir.: i. n'^r'h
t'aioilna and West Virginia : appli?
cants must he Petween the ages
of twenty "even and forty fl-.e. i,...e
??rcng personality, and furnish bi st
reference from fornn-r er-, plovers, I
this is an of,porttit.:ty f"t high
grade men wro < a:, c lalify and make
p'-rn.an'-nt connect ion on yearly con- |
tract, with large remuneration. Call \
Wednesday and Thursday. J. P. B.I
Si it IC KLK R. Hotel La-xingtori. .
WtNTHl. KM! T \ It .! ':'. A -
bodied .unmarried Ben, between
agoe of 1^ and h; cttiaens of I nited
States, of g'X>ri dkaraotai i.iid lea
?>er?te ksrlwip, 'who etvn speak, read
ai>d write tho l^ngii-h langi.age f-or,
information, apply to R?crufingi
frier r, Ka?t Broad, Rl amoBsf,
WANTED. Ai ON* K V THOR i
ougblv rchaN? itiii-t-r^d Orajl I
must be a good worker, sober and :
honest. Ado lass, giving references,?
l k. Orlmee. Orae.t.-'- Va
WANTED. TEN WK1.L-DRE88ED i
boys, between the ages of thirteen I
and eevent'-cn. to work part or all
their time. This is a splendid
< hance for boys who want to be
independent aid make their own
i aMMPt asosasy. Ree MR. WAOOA
MAN. Room *?<. Times-Dispatch I
Building, between 3 and t P. M. to
WANTED, a BOL t ten HOYS,
sixteen years or older : wage* to
start Si per week. COTTKKLL S A D
DLERY < O.. Fourteenth and Frank- i
Jl vor want POSITION as
fireman, lirakeman. electric moior
.am. condactor. colorr-t tram or
i-leeptng < sr porter, first < lass Vir
ginia. Maryland oj l'r Ti-ylvania
roads, at* to 11 so month, akaattp work,
winter and summer, no experience
nefee??ry. no strike; write imme?
diately, name position ?ante?! in
close stan.p. Address RAILWAY
IN'STITI 1 I'.. I - pi. 1-'. It..! ? ... ?
fbeb~ ILLUSTRATED ROOK .
tei.s ab ei' <c.cr Jsn.ot?! proter ie.j no- j
sumns in A'nC'd States s?-rvi<^ !
more than *?.<??? u ,n. ??
year: there is a t<tg 'bunco here for
you. sure anil generous pay. hf,
time employment, "-mv to get. just I
ask for bookie: < i
wanted. FIR>T-(t.A.?> BI vck
smith. Apply "it Berth Fifth strect.
SMlTH-Mt ?ORF vkmr'i.e CO.
Orlp ttl-ntf?, Annale
A LA ROE RETAIL HOUSE HAS
openings for raperlcn? ed woman ad
vertleing wrlle? and to tain ? attBJi
os* mall order department perms
maneat - and excellent cMapxea f..r
?rlTsn??roent for Oirp|>ctent per.ori
vtth al?t!ltv. Appl> t'Ating e\p?-ri
enre urxl giving referen?-e Addieas
A >i7, care I iraea-DBpartch.
V. \NTED. v <l T-I
nurse. Applv ;o?
lor f-r P H <x
?.nr - llfiTEI. Ml
?tMiill.lt r'oK DIN
,piHy at onie. ffoi Kl.
itj'f.1 Oneor,ngt ?n Ith?-? i
sent aeaWtKHi. i. B. StKCiLER
?intdttons tUantfb. a?alf
[ WArtTattf "B? * A" \n\&C^/9~JmW
eral jrran' r?>u<l experience, and who
m locating in Richmond ,a position
In the house or on tho road for
?OaM Wholesale house; references
given. Addier* K ?r?, care Times
I CITY MA nTsT?R E F. X PKUIKN<:e7
wants liiert t ?<nk in the country,
wher? al>ilit.v ami Industry would
count; Virginia preferred. Address
A Hi. can- '1 lines-I iispal' h,
I BRIGHT, ENEROETIC i <Vr NO?
man. wnh two v< ?irs expcricn.? in
coatTtV tor's olfioe, would like to lo?
cate with any good Dim where there
is good future: nest references. Ad
dreee A Sol. < are 'I lines-Dispatch.
j THAVKUNG SALL^iMAN OK EXPK
rience and ability will accept posi?
tion with right parties. Address K
i'ji. can- Tim ac-Dispatch._
Y~?I'n(3~M ?n7?T?PAKT.E OF KKKP
i.ng small set of books and having
g' iKiai office eipeglessfie. desires posi?
tion. Address B ?44. care Tint eg
bTKN?OR A P H fc It. tsilDDLE-AOED
i'.' nee employment : good penman.
Address c , p. O box V'l. Richmond.
WANTED, POSITION AS SAWYER
six years' experieiiee. >.ak and pine
beef r. ferenoee. Address f, Jef
Iress. \ ?_
> uritionsj wuatrH, frmalr
YorN<; i.wiv s t K N ' K; It A P ! I K It
of experience, good ief. r< in < war.'*
poeltioo. 1). iii, cure Tunes-Die
piotrssional inlp t?antr?
VV*A NT r ?Y>.' X" i rTAttf?Hlf?"tCS^^f
ash French, Latin, ndTanned mathe
mall's and Bausic. Address O. II.
1 A V LOR. Madison. A a
professional l?rlp t?antr?
MI'OitTA.'.' lOsi I fool, BOA li I )S
Colleges, public and private schools
supplied with teachers of all
?Tea. . on ?h?rt notlee, without
charge Teuchels wan'ed. THE
VIR? UNIA TEACHERS BUREAU
Rot. it W. Cridlm. Manager. Wood
iari'1 It .nut - It: _
V>r!p, 1&alt ano f'tmalt
i v. .\ tVomkn ot:t government
pari': post jobs. $20 week. Write
for 1 of pos't'ons cper FP..WK
UN INSTITUTE, Dept. 39T-A,
': I t.r, N. Y.
YcTTrs<r uak] coxleoe or ad:
gate desires position us tea'ber in
or near Richmond; best references.
_ ? ?" i pal
asolirttors anD ?dlrsrnrn
WA n t>:f?r erf? Tttiaxskianem
understands nrintanar, blank hooks
and lithographing, state experience
n*?d uii! -H it : warite.] KNOX
VILLK PltlNTlNO AND HOX
MR. john If SMITH. OF TUR RTC'I
Dinnd Vehicle Construction Companv.
and Mr. K. F. Moore, of the E. V.
Moore g Co.. announce the consoli?
dation of the two Arms under the
.?nt or Ihe Smith-Moore v'rhicle
?' rr:t?ir.y. Itusiresg in the future
?Iii oe conduct... from trie plant ef
'he a.bove-mentlon'<l firm. ?.14 X'Tth
i sTftk Street, a continuance of last
i i>atronage |a respect 1 ull ;? requested.
ft'AKTEOt Tilt I'l BMC TO KNOW
that JAHN KK BROS. Jewelers.:
VI2 East Main Street, buy. sell and :
exchange and remount diamonds In |
the latent styles. Old gold and sli?
ver always taken in exchange
FRESH BUTTERMILK DAILY. OUR :
own make of daily butter. RENNTE
now opkn WHITE BARBER
rhop 2*13 Weal Mam. first-class at
APl'lAL " ?ok' Ai'l'KOVKl/ EN
ter prases wit anal < ?tr n:i?nnn. Full
particulars mailed for 2c. pos'age.
Address THK OKORCHA PROMO-,
TKR. Oainesville. Oa.
Kci: I'.KNV. Sib... I.l'PARTMKNT IN !
one of the leading stores fur women ,
in the city. Best location. Address
U ?-??. Tiines-Dispatch.
flats for Urnt
IiH\:P: ft?oMS" ant5 bath
apartment, completely furnished for
housekeeping, lit North Morns 8t.
OW K~R FLAT OF KOI'R ROOMS ;
close in. cheap rent to desirable
party. Ph< ne Madison S429. _
three vert desirable PLATS,
all conveniences. Apply at 12 West
lirace Phone Madison ?4jf-;.
LOW r.]'.~t l.A I " 'I H It :. K H< ?' )M"sT !
panfr.- and cellar. 112*' t ail from
4 to ?..' im s. Pourih Str?.. t. _
?ral estatr fot &air
M?K BAlsE. rOCB NEW BRICK
houses, in West Knd. pressed brick
fron:. h< I ^:ii naM vntrr. heated.
i ?.?:!< Iiahte, bath, nice front and
b.n k pcrc hey. w-frh all modern Im
[.''?*. * I. * tits, for only 12 TV rents for
122 so. ten per irpt. To investors I
bares another paving 5? per cent. If
yon have aaaaa monev to invest, see
me at once, t |i iKTT. 214 East
Main Strc-' Phorie Madienn Tm'.xJ,
at home any evening after * o'clock.
IOH sm.I. TIMBKB BAROAIN.
4? acres land, estimated to cut from
2.SW.0i*) feet nier< hantable pine, oak
etc.. besides 3.W0 cords of wood and
Vi ? orris of pulp wood; two miles
from wharf, two miles from station,
near BiohaaaMI; only ft'wt, including
the land. One-third .-ash. aaUanoe
. and two years. Three-fourths of
ihis pine, fir.e grade Considered an
i.nii-ual b:<-ga:n SOM M KB VI LLK
TRI ST CO . INC.. Newport News.
IOH salk. LA ROE, UKDETEL
..;>. d Tatsr power, choice granite
aiapaeltlun. twenty acres.virgin Vir?
ginia forest. <-ut twenty million saw
iilone. new road proposed: never
despoiled timt-er rights twenty
revet, fifty acre. I .arge asbestos
plant; good reasons, one hundred
thousand, part slock In new corps)
raitori Kleven ?eres brick Hay land,
on railroad, near Richmond Few
grapefruit, and erange groves, also
b mgalo-v k'<s n.-ar hurt Myers.
Fla., one hundred up
r*Ofl SALK. A NKAT\ SMALL
h >tc| at jun?-tion r>oint. doing a nice
|.ij- fic?? \.| ire-s for f!,:; purticu
Urs H ? an I imes Dispatch.
I.OOK A MK\I Of Hi, acres . new
< \ otiitK. Box an, Cfeariottee
FOR BALE OR REMT, ROANOKE
K.ipid- Meet Per parttciiiare ad
dreae MKS Si l MUlOINS
Si ' IAI. fk kt. < t?H NKR OF
? haffin and Elm Streeta. for to?
day, tas per fosit.
UROVE AVEN1 K CORNER] Iff
front feet htgb and pt.- y m the
vllTOS TKItRA? *? TWO
saw s rTl?ts. fata from
I. ep ts-data
typewriters of ALL MAXES and
m<* *ls told, rented and skilfully re?
paired. Remingtons. Underwoods.
Olivers. Smith Premiers. Bar Lo. Ks
snd la c. Smith Bros machines rent?
ed, from |5 to $7 fer months. Ki:st
rent paid Applied on purchase. the
am erica-n TV fev? JUTER EX?
change. COS e. Ma n St. - et. Tele?
phone Madison iliS.
no 6 REMINGTON TYPEWRITE-*,
practically new. having recently
been rebuilt. In perfect oroer, for $30
(.,-.:. owing to change of business
wish to sell th:s machine immediate?
ly. Telephone eaWHENCE. Phone
ADDING MACHIXE of HIGH CLASS,
popular make, almost new. will S'-ll
cheap. Write quick. E. n. MALIK.
CO 3 e. Main. Telephone Madison Si' 6.
FOB SALE. AN Ani'RKSSOGR?PH
mer h, m- complete for all kinds of
?iulck adilrej-slnif. with cabinet and
all attachment!', an-1 the manufac?
turer's guarantee, foi sale cheap. j.
1'. HOW ISON. ?03 Eart Main Street,
Phone Madison 525?._
beyers, we INVITE YOl' TO
look orer our stock of buggies,
surreys and phaetons. We also
< arry a full line of wagons, top and
open, and can save you money.
Son.-j tine bargains in second-band
iig?. a MEYER s sons, Til East
FOR SAee, i W O BARBER CHAIRS
and two loo'::ng-gla*sei-. 2?*J8 w'e.-t
Mil: sa !.k._? ONTEACTOR s (h t
11:. woodworking and laundry ma
r hinerv, boiler*, engines and mis?
cellaneous SUP] ? -. Mfond-hand;
guaranteed. I hi.l'F?P.u &. co.,
1S3? East Cary Street
FOR WA^iONe?. OO tu RICHARDSON
bro-. ?1". Brook Avenue Painting,
lepairlng: snd rubber-tire work.
Bl "SINESS IN TOW N OE i'r
Banna, on Rapnabaiinoek River. Good
location, new building: only drug
store in community. c. c. chow'N
UfG, irb.ima. Va.
t<)h SALE. MILL lilREE STANDS
roller process; com burr, capacity x
barrels daily, good ???.ream; 13? acres
ii. pond, for l.'.Vsi. A bargain. CHA8.
C. CLARKE. I>e Witt. \a._
we TlAVE A NUMBER OF LATE
model I'nderwooJ and Remington
V.-ib'o Typewriters. ? Back look aa
good, work as well and are guar?
anteed ;he same as new machines, at
a sarmg of to per cent Sent on
examination anvwhere. A M ERICA n
tv PEWRITER EXCHANOE, INC.
s?i East Mam Street- pho?'? Madi
ONE MODEL b WRITERPRESS,
new; ha* never been unpacked,
wiil be sold (heap. Addresn Room
?KCl. Times--Dispatch Bulding.
F?r SALE. a KINOSBURY PIANO.,
in tine condition. Address I> 571.
I are Times-Oispatch.
for saee^bTTllTino matkkl
ai?, lunxber, sash, doors, etc. Appiy
to foreman cor. Thirteenth and
uen t "l x E~ she! la n 1) FoxTesT
both sexes, solid and spotted. also
some Shetland colt-, sons and daugh?
ters of Oeneral Shafter. the $1 (X?
ataMseta, Apply or write THOB.
BNOS. Saf-sman MoBtroag Pony
< : >??;?- c. i': >? :? ?_
Jrr. Coal arts liieoa
half conD~ first-class; drV
pine or oak wood, $Ti>. also best
stove nut, anthracite and lump
splint i oai . clean, full weight. prom pt
deliver; INDEPENDENT COAL
AND WOOD GO., l&Stl East Cary.
'Phon- ladi-on 41? _
jTst recei\ ed several cars
of nn-e. dry pine and Oak wood. Let
us send you a load. It will please
yon ; also the best anthracite and
lump splint coal . orders delivered
promptly tyeer a ryan. him
West Cary Street. Madison 1?7*>.
Monroe .t"17. _
a i rO TRUCK CARRIES 9 TO "i
tons of coal and It, cord* of wood.
(Jucke*: deu.ery bet.- mtvk e, - :
burban orders a specialty. . One
hour notice all required. LONO, TH E
wood MAN, MM West Rroad.
i-hones. Mssatoatl BBMBR
BES1 DRi ' ine wood. STOVE
lengths. M ? cord. H ? haif-rord. |l ::>
qitHr*er-oord . dr-- pine and ? ?
astaas), ?7 i r..-d. buss Half oarS ti n
quarter-cord j setei ted. balf-seasoned
slab, stove length, for heaters and
rook stoves, heats and lasts like coal.
RVM eelrtl, K fti halft ord. II Si quar?
ter-cord. For big loads, phone Mon?
roe 437*. LYN e A HARRIS. I?I1
WOOD PINE, BLSJ HALF-cord.
ii :". ij larter. oak. ft 10 half-cord. II
quarter, slab. U 7$ half-cord fl V>
quarter I'lione Monroe tITt. EYNE
?cal Ctuatr USantft
WkVfn, r<->~ttf.s-r~ r?tfR~o^r;
year or more a farm of KB or more
a. rev with oak woods, running
w.iter. suitable for hog raising,
five to six room house, within ten
mti"s of Rk-hmond Address J. W. ,
?v. iV^'V'ght^^V"" *?t?h
eist YOUR kahms with I A
? ONNEEEV ,t ' o Write postal for |
WANTED OOOD location FOR
terriacc snd wagon general repair
shoii? snd horseshoeing i
'.tooRF. 13 West Broad Stnet
n hmon-E Vs._
NORTHERN BUYERS WANT
Boa the en farms direct dealing with
tiwrri-f n.. i omn.i-Hioti ?A hat_ _h?? e
LIST V-tfR FARM FOR QUICK
salsa Be re wish aalet eis re-d OaJI
Room No i. 1112 East Main Street.
Poultr*. prtc ana tibr fetori
FOR SALE VH P OKVTLP. fM\
mare. enitaOle for wir,? bustneaa
ifrvt a -j flTf*" Woi^tTirt?rwft
?old at HUOHk.s e. as North Third
v, -\ \ i V iT a fS R<-OS'Ii i: a NT> l<)T< i
15-horec power portable steam en?
gine in good working order. give
emreftil &?*>notion, man and price.
P. B. M E Y e l<. KstabreaBe. *a.
TIBI B er w'aNT ed? WE have
i. Iv huvers for your timber or tim?
ber and land, of any kind or quan?
tity write ue to-day about it. either
to'buv or sell . glatj your farm pn>p
i'rtv UEOMCifc' C. POINDEX] Kit
a CO., 211 Mutual Building. Rich?
WANTED, TO BUY, FOR ? am".
household awoaM. 'n any quantity.
Phone Madison 38m._
WA N TED, ONE CAR VI ROI N IA
corn on cob. w. o. DILL. Bprtaaf
W n H 111). I'M' IV1 lopED WV
ter power, anv si/e . virgin Soutne.n
forests; an anthracite and soft ooal
proposition and high-grade colonial
plantations: capital waiting Ad
SrMa SMITH EKCL1 siyK, Box
J our Twelve. Rh hmond. _\ u_
I WANT-to BUY YOU NO New?
foundland dog, male, if possible;
puppy Offers to M HS. KOEHLEK,
H. f. D. No ?. South Richmond. \ a.
WANTED. to buy fob CASH,
old gold and ol<l bilvnr : any quantity.
). < . MEYER JEWELRY CO., J17
Las' Broad Street._
WANTED. NICE RCNABOl T
and harness state style, condition
and pries. Box 7*6. pity._,
WANTED. YOl TO WRITE US
how to get free scholarship in our
s. hool. Addcrss. Nixon Business Col
?_I I . ? ? .
DES 1 HAB lk roo MS? W ITH
botu-tl: excellent tuble board. 4tn
PRIVATE FAMILY WISHES MAIl
ried couple to room and board
terms moderate; big room, beat,
hot water, gu*. no other board,:-,
I West End. north side. Addiesa C
Sio. care Times-Dispatch._
want ed, Ot fl" BANTS FOR VERY
rrn~|? moms, ertth board and a j
rnonerti conv< niencae. Apply ???
Soui.li Third Btreat._
APT ER CLOS-NO THREE MONT
FT E R CLOSINNO THREE,
months foi extensive improvements.
Boulevard Inn will reopen De< em?
ber jeth All modern conveniences,
eon bit.ed with real country and eea
shore. abundant, well cooked food
our specialty. Send for literature
to MISSES TABB, Boulevard Inn,
imrs CHAS. K BOWERS. 113 EAST
Eianklin Street, handsome rooms.
With ^?? oT he?it and board.
Booms Sot Bent
...V e.xVi . LAV s'T K1.i:T; SUL'TiTeKN
exposure: clean rooms^_
;Piy^r~n^HT^l*T~uF UlCilMOND AT
THE ROAN OK H. 111 North Eighth.
Comfortable beds; warm_roojns._
i Large room, fi hnished for
iight. housekeeping, convenient, to
! bath. Uj East Clay._
DES IRABLE ROOMS. WITH OR
without, board. MRS. l. a. MKI.^
NEK. ll? n. Third Street.__
I NICELY FURNISHED, HEATED
j * rooms for rent, single or en suite.
Lombardy and Monument Avenue.
deal ventilators, made of
glass; largest capacity, lowest price
Phone Monroe 1602._
-Zr \cCTION. AT AUCTION.
THE CONSIGNED COLLECTION OF
i oriental rug? and carpets of A. O.
YarW to be sold at auction begin
hing tnedBnj at a. *^rff?
' call is request. ^. .V (J. \ ARID, til
I North F'fth Street. _
FSlKAM pit FS. LARGE ones. 12
tOTtS e.ats. DRINKARD-S. 423 1-2
Nortn Sixth Street._
r iPflfST LINE OF LAWN MOW
ers Karden hose in the city; puces
Tin svest Broad._
Ml- I I \BLE TRANSFER.?-MILL
! KVier r?? North Ninth Street, hauls
trunks for 25c. I laim (hecks issued
i L7the house for your baggage, two
men on our wagon. Phone Madison
'call PHONE MONROE nil FOR
mm stean.ed crabs, - rat, meat. De?
livered promptly 30? North Monroe
WE PACK AND SHIP FURNITURE
and < hina and wedding presej.-s
?with care. Signed JACOB UMLAUF
. 1325 West Broad Street. Phone Madi
: son 3292._
SAFETYB LA D ES It ES H ARPKNED
(all makes', hairtested and guaran?
tee 1 to shave as good or better than
new. Work received and <i.-livere<t
at our local agencv. llowell Bros
Sixth and Broad. BHARP-O CO..No.
I North Seventh . Phone Monroe 31s7.
j SPORTINO OOODS.
SEE EVANS" HARDWARE CO. FOR
the largest line of sporting goods in
the <fy. TOO West Broad Street.
10c REBATE IF YOU BR1NO SHOES
wi'h this ciopon Men's shoes halt
soled. T.'s .. rebated to 6."* . ladies'
half-soles. tfs- . rebated to .>s Everv
pair sewed. Jo est leather. no nails
no peg- Heeling, 2.V-. DREW S
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY,
716 Fast Main. Phone Monroe
OffRA PERT STORAGE IV CITY, tl
' pel'loa-i. Store your furniture;. hua
eies automobiles, pianos at TOMI
KINS. 327 West Broad. _
OSTRICH FEATHERS ? T A K E
, your o 'l feathers to Till RSTON s
th. v wll make them tiew again.
TH'I PSTON S. No. 5? Nor'h Fifth
? ~~ January J."llln"
the Fl rm OK COWHERD A COW?
HERD composed of B r Cowherd
and N T. Cowherd, is thta day
ri-....,vcd by mutual consent. Mr.
o I; i oxherd, the set,tor n.ember,
having ictlred from the concern
n * R. K < o\\ HERD
N. T. COWHERD.
The unde-signed have this dav
fore c<i i oarinership under the name
f,' Cowherd A Cowherd for the pur
^^?e ..I Itag n general ron
Sr., ,,n. business in the city of Rtch
Jriond and r .?i,er. .1 \|. t
Wr< h Cowherd thw one-half m
irrest originally owned hv him in the
.1 m" cowherd!
state Highway Commission,
Richmond. Va -lanuery II, Iflt.
BIDS V. ILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
clerks off; e. Oate ?Tty. Va, until
j- ,.<lock noon. TUESDAY. Jan
aary m. lets. f?'t the construction ?-f
n Steel nrdge 4JT feet \nng over Clln< h
River, at ?Bits Station, in See
Plans and specifications *>n nie
?f the ilerk's offt. e. Date City, Va .
and at this oft ?
r ,...,s,. he, h f-.r to H.
company each bid
1 he right is reserved tr> rejeict any
mr all btds
Kurther lnforrr?t|on 'urnlshed or.
nDPlnation to the undersigned
p. BT J. WILBON.
State Highway Commissioner.
OPEN NEW BANK
ON FEBRUARY 1
[ Broadway National Will Suc?
ceed Commonwealth's 102
East Broad Street Branch.
FORCE REMAINS UNCHANGED
Clerk> N'ow Employed Will Be
Retained After Transfer by
IT. V. Phillips, of Williamsburg.
newly clcc?odl president of the Broad
way National Bunk, will arrive in tho
city Thursday to direct the organization
of the office force, of that new institu?
tion. The Broadway National, as
previously announce,!, will take over
the business of the Commonwealth
Bunk's Ma East Broad Strec? branch.
A charter for tho new bank lias al?
ready been granted by the Comptroller
of the Cuirencv. and the institution.
1 It is expected, will begin business about
j February 1. it is capitalized at taw nun
?and will begin operations with a US'Out)
j surplus. Stockholders will meet next
' Friday to slept a board of directors and
j these will name the officers.
While no tentative li9t of officers and
; directors has been announced. It Is
stated that the dirt itOTata will be made
up largely of Rlcninond men drawn
from prominent banking and commer?
cial institution-. It i* probable tha'
i tome of 'he dire^'ors of the Common?
wealth Bank will be eleeted to the
directorate of the new Institution, but
. it was staled emphatically yesterday by
Presnlen* \V. L. Walters, of the Com?
monwealth, that the two banks will be
under distinct and independent ownei
, ship and manag--.':
Will Betain Present Force.
I The office force at present employed
! in tho lir.' East Broad Street, branch of
j the Commonwealth, will be I III a listll
I practically unchanged by the Broad
! way National. Su?-h minor changes as
i will lollow the transfer will take place
under the direction oi President Phillips.
, Mr. Pbillips. until his I aslgnt t hill re?
cently, was proalrlnilt of the Peninsular
Bank, ol Wiiiiaiiiet, ng. and is a ill SHI hag
sSUlllUUDj ttllU xr. i'..-?nit 11
EXPERIENCED T R A V E E I N O
shoe salesman wanted fo: Virginia,
also Middle and Western North
Carolina. Mr. TedcasUe arlll be at
Ho'ei Jefferson. Richmond, Satur
day, January 18. A. W. TED
CAST LtE A CO., Boston. Mass.
IFCRNISHKD i:oo.\l AN 1 * IKIAI'.I'
wanted with private family by
I young couple; west of First and
north of Main , refcren, es exchanged.
Address B Hg, tare 1 imc--Disi>at'-h.
"^^^"Trginta Trust Compinjp' '
Richir.'ind. Va., lieceiniter 31. 1MB
THE ANNEAL MKEilNO of THE
j st'jckiioi?ei of tins company will be
held at trie ofhee oi the company, in
I the city of Richmond, Va.. on Tues?
day. January i'l. Itlt, at U o'clock
noon. L. V. AVEETT.
notice "i 81 i.-'ial general
STOCK HOL1 IE ES M I -' ETJN o.
Richmond. 1 Tedericksbui g and Potomac
Office of the Secretary,
Richmond, Va., December 21, 1912.
to whom it MAX COM EK.V Take
notice, that, on Wednesday, Feb?
ruary ?, 1913, at 11 oclock A. M.. a
??SclSI general meeting ol th* stock?
holders of the ITIlhtnsjsal, Frcdeii-ks
P'irg and Potomac Railroad Company
will be held In the fllce. of the com?
pany, in the First National Ua.nk
Building, at the- ? orner ol NinUa and
Main Streets, in Richmond. \ a., pui -
suant to the call of the president
and ?l rector- of said com pan.,
auopted on December 1?. 1Mb, the
I purpose of said meeting being to
take action upon a preposition vi
i niu.jromise ani settlement nego?
tiated by the president and director*
or the tompiiny with the special com?
mission representing the state o-'
Vitginia and its political sub?
divisions as authorized by statute,
and also to take action upon a reso?
lution of the president and directors
of the company looking to an
amendment of the company's char?
ter, as authorized by lav, . and also
) for attending to any other matters
; whicii may iawtuily corne before said
i The books for the transfer of the
capital stock o: the company will be
! closed on January 1.',. ISiJ. at 3
? o'clock r. M . and reopened on Feb
ruary 7. 1913. at 10 oclock A. at
By order of the President and Dl
I rectors. NuEMAX CALL,
WH. h. WHITE.
NOTICE OF STOCK HOEEER.V MEET?
THE initial OR ORGANIZATION,
meeti.ig of the stockadclers of the
Old Dominion Trust Company. In?
corporated (a Virginia corporation!,
has been caller! for. and will be held
on" M mdar, January ;7. P?1J. at 12
o'. lock midday, in the assembly hull
of the Hotel Richmond, corner Ninth
and Grace Streets, Richmond. Va, i
for the a - ose of taking such steps
as may he nccrssa-y to be taken by
the stockholders to complete the or?
ganisation of the company and of
attending la any , th?r h'islnes, that
may laafullv come befor? .aid meet?
ing. Jonathan nnv\X
t W. M IIAPLIfTOS.
~~ lHichmond-VaT-lan. 14. I?tZ '
I NOTICE OF MEETINO OF STOCK
holders. The annual mee'.ing ol the.
stockholders of the Eife Insuiance
? ompany of Virginia will bo held at |
the Hoiiie Office of the Company ,
i err er of Capitol and 10'h s.rosts. I
Ri< bmond. \ trginia. on Wednesday.
January 3?. I?I3. at I o clock. P. M . I
for iho purpose of eb-,ung I?:
re. tors of said Company, and for.
considering and a- titig upon the sub
jest of increasing the capital 1
s- wk of tbe Company One Hundred I
TBtsanaod Dollars, arid for the
transaction of su< h other business,
as mav properly conie before said
m~Unt- iMSBJA hi nt.
I H ?
WORTH \ M
\ ?tu! I reasurer
I'.ichmond. Va . -:*nuary 14. itu
NOTICR Ol MEBTINO OP BTfn K
holdere -The annual meeting of the j
ate hholders of tbe Ufe Insurance,
i ompany of Virginia will be held at
the home Offerte of the oom pan \
corner of Capitol and Tenth Streets
Richmond Va.. on WEDNESDAY
January *>. rtlj. at I o-. lo? V r \l .
for the ptirpotae of eaoctiaa niese?
tors of said comp?ny. and for < on
siderlng and a-tum upon the sub?
ject of I on-easing the capital
sto?-h of the .omparr one ?
thousand dollars, and for the trans?
action ol sic-b other business ae
asay eeoaerly corns befor? said
ALGERNON S Ht'RT.
o? ?he executive committee of the"
SM'- Bankers Association.
I? is tho plan of the Broadway .
National, which by the way will he'
Richmond's eighth national bank, to i
ite at an early date important'
in pi >r< meats in the banking house at |
hrj 1. a -1 Dip ad Street. The whuh
Brill be remodeled and ren<>- |
tad and I ha pgeeauxt erjuipment re
placed by modern vaults and fixtures.
Tea alterations will probably be begin
j laiei in the Spring.
New Bank Increases Stock.
At the annual BsaatBaf of the Block
hotdeerx <>t -h.- Richmond Bank and
Trust Company, which was held yes?
terday, il was v< ted to increase the
capital -? ?ck ..t the lank from *..????->'
to tVMJiwu. The officera of the bank,
which >r Juai one rear old. reported u
profitable year. The election resulted
an 1 lolows :
Directors?W II Adams. John Bag
by, s T Bev.-n.iK? i. r. Brady, E.I
H rergusaon, W. S Forh?s, K. L.
hue, w. i oilman. Chetrlaa A. Lav
t.cnsurg. Rap!.a>-' I.? : . lohn Mann.
Jl . Hill Montague, Richmond Moore.
11 R. Pollard. Jr. Maurice A. Pow?
ers, nr. i onwav Saunters. John Is, i
Satterfleld. A. L. Straus. T. C. Wal
, ford. H. S. Walleretein, W. B. West
an.i W. J. Whltehurst.
Officers?H. B Pollard. .Ir.. presi?
dent. \V. I Whltehurst. viee-presideait;
S. T. Heveridge. Vic-president, t 'ltn
L Williams, i ashler
Hank et I eaaeaerce and Trust.
The Mam Street Hani: and the Bank
of CommeroB and 1 rust were the only
..?her State banking institutions that
l,.!d annual meetings yesterday. The
stockholder* of '.he tlatik of < .. ? ..
und Trust elected as follows:
Directors?Jonathan Bryan. John
Stewart Hryan. O, L. Fairbank. R. I.
Uordon, A. It. Holladay. ft. E. N. lting,
\\ . Brydon Tennant. R. D. Oarcin.
?lohn T. Wilson. Joseph E. Wiilard, C.
('..t-sworth Pincktiey, and A. M.
Officers?Joseph E. Willard. presi
dent. A. R. Holladay, vice-president;
Robert M. Kent. Jr.. vice-president.,
and Robert B. Campbell, cashier.
Main Street Bank.
Directors?Oeorge W. Brown. V. M.
Boxtey, S. P. Wuddill. Richard K.
Ooode, John C. Hagan, K. H. Hard
uway. V. Hechler, 8. P. Tones. Charles
H. Kastelberg. Q W. Lancaster. W. E.
Turner. M. J. Fulton, and F. R.
Officers?lohn C. Hagan. president ;
S. P. Jones, vice-presidont , F. H.
The following marriage licenses were issued
: yesterday in the clerk -. office of the Huttings
Oearl Willie J. Wilson, of Isle of Wight
County, and Ethel Maude clay, of this city;
Samuel DisDthal. of Pearson. Md., and Han
nab London, of this city. Thomas I.yon. of
tbi- cii>. ami Kva O. llowell. of Uurlingioii.
N c. . Qtwvei < Kern and (iraeo H. Crad
dox; Koben C. Adams snd Bessie E. Uagby.
Will Hear Gaming Cases.
Judge Jesse T. West, of Sussex, was desig?
nated yesterday by the c.ovemor to sit In
the Circuit Court of Norfolk County on Jan?
uary 21 and to hear the gambling cases.
There are are six lndltements
labor las Violations.
Convictions were secured in Clifton Forge
In four res IB of v iolatlon of the sanitary laws
of Virginia, according to advice- receded yes?
terday by State Labor Commissioner James
B Dobertv. AH sere given thirty days in
nhi -h to make ihr necessary rbanges in their
<-taMKbments. The defenadnts were as
follous J. W. Hatch. j. A Francis. A. E.
F. 4 lloyman. Chesapeake and iibio
auction ?alrs tTtjis Dap
w. win gen at public auction to the
highest bidder, tintesa otherwlae dis?
posed of. at our Freight Warehouse,
corner Seventeenth and Marshall
Streets. Richmond. Vs.
Wednesday, Jan. 15, 1913
Commencing at 9 A. M
the following p~>perty. ecnalgned to
I. p,nn?>"Ivania MJr.ing and Reuuc
22??.'wn,pan,'- ,r?r- ?wPtaln Bovg
smith. Miaerai. Lo?tsa Counti Vs..
one five-foot mc.vtinoton Mill
one orf feeder and one
?CRATED St're en
The sale ia to protect freight and
lawful charges aga'nst anlpBSBBsl
and will he again advertised Decem?
ber is. mi. January 5th and January
aaaa, lilE, as requires by law.
In addition to the above we w I! sell
various lots .f Dry 0>ods. Clothing.
Basm l?-agge?? Fu.-nit .re Hardware
and inlBi eilensnae artlobaa of every
The nubl:.- 1s requested to attend
Elevated seats provided for ladies,
and special accommodation will be af
fetile.i it-of-town buyers fs>r ahJp
This will be an 'inuaually large and
e-t-s tlTf sale
the chf^apeake avn r?m?-? rail?
la Is .?*"*? fFRFTR.
General Claim .Parent.
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
Table g-Hete lilaaev ?.mtmrmnr ead
?tings, rirsltg, I Ii I a'claek. Si ?"??
The Moat nsagnincens hotel In the
.?outh Ki'oastn plan. Bonese single
and ea salts, with and erttkeat kasha,
Bpaekeae sample rooms _
High Constable's Sale
I will sell by public auction, or*
WKDN'KSDAY, Tllh 1JTH DAY OP*
JAN CARY. 1?IJ. 1J O'CLOCK M .
at No. 4.-.' Kant Marshall, the following?
property, to satisfy a distress warrant
in my hands: Two counters, show?
cases, stools, store, etc.
W. II. WYATT. JR.,
_________I! I . ' R
Uiiftion tedlfj jf-ururr ?>a?0
_,__. _r_UJCTWNtlR? ^
o ta east mqai> arq
84 Heating and Cooking
We will sell to 'he highest, bidder fof
'he Interest, of whom it may concern on
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 19. 1913*
At 10 o'clock A. ML,
at Seaborad Air Line freight station^
crner Fifteenth and Franklin Streets,
! City of Richmond, ono lot stores, con?
sisting of 36 "Star." all sheet steel
heating stoves, and 4S <ast-iron cook
stoves, said shipment originally
consigned to L. F. Ziegler. Norfolkj
Va.. and reconsigned to Southern
Store Works. Riehmond, Va.
H. R. PHINNEY. Agent,
Seaboard Air Line Railway.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
Ruffin A Sloan.
Harrison A bates.
Real Esta'e Agen*s and Auctioneers.
Pursuant to an order entered by the
i United States District Court for the)
Eastern District of Virginia, on De?
cember 5. 1912. in the matter of Charles
? F. ArmPagc. bankrupt, the under?
signed will offer for sale at publio
auction, upon the premises, on
THURSDAY. JANUARY 30. 1913.
commencing at 3:30 o'clock P. M..
i the following described real cstato and
, fixtures, comprising tho plant of the
j Armitage Manufacturing Company and
j other property :
J l. Those two certain lots of land
I fronting about %% feet on the north
I line of WHHumsburg Avenue, com
l rnencing at the east line of Elm Street*
together with the large brick factory
, and other improvements thereon.
Also the fixtures, tools and appli
I ances in the said plant, being such as
are usually used in handling of tar,
land manufacturing rooting paper and
I other tar products.
Alao several large tar stills located
on the premises of the Lower Oaa
Works of the city of Richmond.
2. Immediately after the above, that
lot of land with frame dwelling thereon.
No IMS, on the north line of Main
Street, between Thirtieth and Thirty
first Streets fronting 1? feet by S3 feet.
3. Immediately after the above, ono
undivided half interest in a lot of landj
with frame dwelling thereon, on anj
alley running from Thirty-first to)
Thirty- second Streets, between Broad
and Orace streets. 72 feet by 40 feet.
By consent of the owner, the other
undivided half interest in this prop?
erty will aJso be sold.
The real estate first above mentioned
is well adapted for a manufacturing
or wholesale plant, either for the tar
business or any other heavy business,
and is convenient to the railroad.
TERMS : One-third cash ; balance at
six and twelve months for negotiable
notes, to be secured by deed of trust
as to the real estate, or approved se?
curity as to personal estate.
STAFFORD H PARKER.
ALLEN O. COLLINS,
STAFFORD EL PARKER.
By Sutton & Co.,
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE OP
TWO FRAME HOUSES ON THE
EAST SIDE OF HARRISON
STREET. BETWEEN BEVERLY
AND WALLACE STREETS. AND
DESIGNATED AS MOS. 413 AND
417 SOUTH HARRISON STREET.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust to
the undersigned trustees, dated Janu?
ary 3. 1912. and of record in the Clerks'
Office of Richmond Chancery Court
in D. B. 214 "B, ' pago 391. default
having been made in the payment of a
portion of the money secured thereby
and being requested so to do. we shall
offer for sale at public auction upon
the premises on
MONDAY. JANl'ARY 20. 19TJ.
i at 4 o clock P. M.. the property above
described. The houses con'atn eight
; rooms each and the lots front together
30 feet on the east side of Harrison
Btm ' and run back 120 feel to an alley
1? feet wide.
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of
[sale, all taxes to day of sale, and the
[sum of II set oo. with interest front
January 3. 1913. until paid, tbe balance)
upon a credit of one and two yearn
wph m*e-es? from day of sale, ?ecured
by a deed of trust, or all cash at tho
I option of the purchaser.
C. II. SUTTON.
F. L. CRUTCHFI ELDj
By N. W. Bon e A Son.
Eaton's Broad Street
' LOCATED AT NO 24*t? EAST BROAU
The owner, having moved ta the
suburbs because If ill health, has da?
rned to sell at public au-tioa. en
the premises, on
THURSDAY. JANUART 1?TH. 1?1J.
at 4 P. at..
?Iran hue Use es shore referred to.
f occupying one of the best igalajij
xnd most Ideally located stores In the
The stock la quite Urge and
fresh and the business is a paying one
and has grown steadily Brom month
to month. Under as InteUigent aad
pushing Bianagretnent. a big seceeaa is
assured. A competent manager and S
first-class aeds clerk can be retained
Seldom dose aa oep-.rtunlty gissaat,
itself le her a business which has
passed the experimental slug' and as
im? on a money-making b?a'*. The
location of this store is splendid. *n??
an inepectloa of the sto>k Is inwitad.
Terms ran be made very easy._
VALFXTLNE AITTTON O-Mi ANT.
?LEVgrVTTf ,s?p CLAT STREET*
On?m dally from 1? A. M. to ? P. M.
?ar- a. t_vi.rt
The CoafotJsrat? Mimy
TWELFTH AMD CLAT STRaEfEtV
Open t A. M. te i. P at
aaawliBlia, 2*e. Free