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bar pin with diamonds and sap
pliiieH Fifty dollars reward >f re
turned ta THALIlIMEB'g. Fifth ana
l,<j*ST. ON URACK STlrKKT. sunday]
toxterrier. white. shoit tall, brown
kiira. brown spot on tall Pbons
m i Itsoh 4447- F, arid recelvo re?
l?st, one PK*:ale i kk\? h
poodle \i sweea t<> name of Teddy
U Five dollars re.va.rrt if returned
V> No IM ilayo street. No ijucs
iHlp CUdntrD <#dlc
HAMKli, ToUNO MKN WHO a ft K
Interested In aviation to take a ajoort,
practical ioum? in our school Spe?
cial Inducement to rtrst student* en
aerina. RICHMOND AEROPLANE
?t i. \j i: i' ?N CORPORATION,
WANTED. I-OR V. fi. ARM Y.
able - bodied. utiriia: ried men. between
a??t-> of in ami a. ctttnetta of I r.n>d
staler, of good i t.iru. tat aad lentpel its
BSfbitS, Sao can speak, read and
write the Knylish luntf,1"??:'- For infor?
mation, apply to RECRUITING Ol
) It Kit..>-\i East Broad. Richmond,
W a S T k I< RAILWAY MAIL
clerks for parcels post; aao month
jKn hmoi.tl examinations soon; coaoh
imlirr Fl'.ANKl.lN INSTITUTE
Dept. 39?A^ Rochester. N. Y._
W? NTED. B R ICKLA VXIt B AND
laUotej* by JOHN T. WILSON < O..
INC . AT Lombardv and Leigh Bte.
WA.VJLED, A COOPER. . Ai i'i.Y
W S ' FOR H ES A CO.. Tenth anil
Byrd Street* _
WANTED. TWO0?>ol> BLAQ ROOF
er*. THE PHILLII' CART com?
pany. U07 Cary Street
WANTED. FOUR Al GROCERY
Clerks, experienced nu n only. PURR
F?x>I> GROCERY. Broad and Sixth.
O'X'I? HOLDER, OTHER MECHAN?
ICS, clericals and others wanting
Sork. sm AMERICAN LABOR
SCREAC. 110 North Ninth
w'antei. AT ONCE, TWO LIVE
ur.lon ..trpeoters to build concrete
farms new building Ninth and Dank
itro. t APPl) J. W. BELL
WANTED. MEN AND BOYS T< >
Jbarn automobile business. Prac
ttcal course in our shops. Cheap
lll.llolj. a5""*l positions for giud
wce* CAROLINA AUTO BCHOOL
feituanonG iciuntf?, iHalr
WANTED. I'ttSITION AS cijU.K'';TOR.
hjes* of rtfe.'et, - and bond if i< -
?|U;r< d I' '-are Ttmes-Diapatc.
WANTED. POSITION BY TOUNO MAX
JsTh six > ea I e' experience aa book?
keeper, or assistant bookkeeper, or
general office work Would not ob?
ject -to some relkirtlnaj Can use
any snake typewriter Can furnish
be?t ut refer, tnce Andrews F 777.
licensed CHAUFFKUIt *Cl ?L4 IRE1 i.
Sitn'r position: reference furnished,
address 7 East Clay Street. OK <
Y-JCN'ij MAN DESIRES POSITION,
bookkeeping, folir vears' experience
general bankine Best referencee
furnished. F 34. care Times-Dts
pa U h._a.
rouNfi man with traVki.in>;
salesman experiente desires position.
Rest reference F 33, tare Times
i?r(p CUintfl) ftmale
iVAX'fBIOIRl^?' FOR OUR !;iNI
srt. also job and < ylirder press
f. edeia Applv BAUOHMAN STA -
TIONEEY COMPANY, corner Bowe
and Marshall Streets._
wanted! woman t<< !><> oenkra'k
housework INTKKM' >N'T FARM.
WANTED LADY STEV M-.RAPHER.
?ste thirty "years or more Phone
Madison 4071. between I and 1
a >kr k._ _
WANTED. THRKK COUPLES. TEN
men. 3') femalcn white and colored.
W m MARTIN EMPLOYMENT
AOE30CT. North Ninth Street,
WANTED. A RELIABLS SERVANT,
room on lot: rood wares. IIoO
FtnytP Aeaaaa_?_* _
E.\PERTRNCED BOOKKEEPER WITH
knowlsMife of stenograph.*, state
referetice.- salary attptitted and ex?
perience. Ben No. Hi. City._
THE OWO. A. HUNDLEY COMPANY
has an opening for a thoroughly
comftetent young lady cashier. Only
thoee having thorough experi?
ence need applv. Applv to MR
\tP H A El._
feirudtion-j cU?ntrs. /rmalr
W4NTED a P4 'SlTI' 'N AS Nt'KSE
for an Invalid. Seven years expe?
rience. A permanent position de?
sired Address MISS MARIA I.
SHANKS. Salem. Va._
WRITS NURSE lilRL WANTS posi?
tion In private family. ?'an give
beet of references. Address F 3*.
WASTKD* St fii:>t ? I.A.-S skam"
stress, sewirg by dav fall or
Profresiona! prlp CiltintfD
fEArMEKS WE H\'E ALWAYS'
heea very BttceaOafnl I.. pla< it.g Vir?
ginia teachers, especially in the
better class of gr.ided. high echoo!*
^r>d colleges that -eleet their feath?
ers earh 4"slls air cad. coming :t.
Writ' s 11 E It I I ? A N TEACHERS'
xaTOiirifors nno t^dlremrn
CAPABLE 'SI'P MI TT \t\\ FOR
Virginia staple lire. n?w and ex
?eptlonal terms: vtrxwr now At
?I.RY .oMPANY. Cleve
Int. vwrnlsb to
f eitle? rrpr
estate ea-opoeltlon of merit, we fur
r. leb at ess s ta. aood ?aleemaa ran
make tMnft ta lin.eee thte yenr.
chance for promotion, let me ex
Pkaln the nroenettren to von Ad
dreee e 4T.V MANAOER," vare
.\I\.\'V "F ??R i KOMIN KVT PHT-'
?Iclans call MKS. CHAOICK'S hlgli
grade unil*-rkia<iuMte nurse?. Madl
l?rlp. 8} alt an? Jamale
MKS WllMKN; CJ KT QOVKRN
Mal parcel post Job?; HO *<t?k.
Write for lift of positions PROB.
1 IIA N K Kl N' INSTITUTE. Dept.
' : ? ??- ??: N a
AN ?l25 KINi: KIKK INSI KANCK
roSaa*n* desires the servites of two
special traveling ? with salary
and expenses. Conference desired,
und need not apply without satin
factory references. All communica?
tions confidential. Addreb? <J 837,
_I ? I I i' ? h
wanted. IHK public T<i
know that IAH NICE BROS., Tewel
< -. 812 Ku?! Main Stieet OUT. ?eil,
exchange und REMOUN1 Dl
AMOrTDS IN THIS LATEST
HTYLEB. old gold and silver
?tlwuya taken in exchange.
I Ri rsli~~ BUTTERMILK DAILY".
Our own make of daily butter.
RE N NJ K_l .LA iK Y OO._
Mit JOHN H SMITH OK TIIK
Hi' hmoti'l Vchlol. < onstr notion < on
punv. an ! Mr. K. V. Moore, of tho
V. V Moon; A Co.. announce the
eonbolidution of the iwn firms undei
the nenne ol the BMITH-MOORK
VEHICLE COMPANY Business
III the future wi'l be conducted Iroln
I be |>!al:' t,f the ubo ve-tiiCI:tiolied
Iran 3W North Fifth Street. A con
tn, ;:.i.. e <,f pact patronage Is re
Wa NT KI >. PARTNER WITH ll.r.oo To
Join lue in a parcel post proposition
that ?,11 pa i 1 '"> per cent Address
C 942. can- Times-Dispatch.
wanted, e'I LENT OR SPECIAL/
pertner t<> put la about $.1.000 cant
taj to Introooi trade of thoroughly
OOtohllohod business, all communica?
tions confidential. Address F 22.
IAVK SEVERAL BLOCKS OF BTOCK
in Loan and Investment Company, in
saSBSjnt of $roo. ILM*, 12.000. that
wiil pay li per cent yearly. For in?
formation address U ?4 A, care
WANTED, A WEEKLY~NEWSPAPER
to locale at I'c aiiontas. Va. If In
teiested write Ff.oYD II1.A*'K, Hee?
re!;? \ Boa id of Traile.
CAPITAL I <>k APPRi>VE1) k.\~
terprises w::fc.,ut commission Full
particulars mailed for 2e postage
,\.Lire,, THE OEOROIA PRO?
MOTER, tlair.esvilie t;a
VVAKTtb TO SKI.K. ACTIVE IV
t*e**t in. or all, of one of the leading
drug (tores in Lynchburg, \'a , will
Inventory about 111 .000. Will ?eil
for ffe.uuo. Dome about ii 300 per
month. Splendid opportunity
l*ropne-,>r has other business that
requires much of his time. Address ;
Druggist. Hut 73. Lynchhurg. Va.
DR C'OO I ST. Bex 71, Lynchburg. Va. .
Poultry, prts artD iior ferocK
GKN'I IN'K "SHETLA~N'D"^Po5?'lks'.
<"aii and see them. MONT ROSE
PONY FARM. Tbos Enos. 411
South Laurel Street.
TWELVE WVA.NIx.iTTE LATINO
hens and cockerel. II each White
v\ rnndjotta . sk- sitting of IE l#e;
IM lots or over, t>. HAYliEX.
GIANT BRONZE TURRETS, PAIR 47
pounds, torn; 2.1 pound hens, stock
\, i best Kami raised; prices very
reasonable. Address Box 76. New
Ural Cst?tt /-or fealc
\, I ROIN 1A ' r AHM bARUA i SfSc? X
have for sale the best class of money
making l?rm? in the State lr. a sec?
tion olfering superior advantage* to
the Icn.ceeeker ? _> or pan uaaare
? srrtrnTb 1 H 15ALL. Williamsburg.
an" EXCELLENT CHANCE TO SB
cure a beautiful home In Barton
Heights. Situated oti Barton Ave?
nue. Lot 00x117 feet. Eight rooms,
berth and furnace heat. Price. 15.000
w hite a: COMPANY. 2"6 American
National Bank Building.
BUY YOUR HOME ONI OUR
plan. It le not tieceesary to own real
<state. Eoans made anywhere to buy.
build, improve property or Hit
? ?.-k'.'e' .-. same to be returned I7.5U
per n.onth. plus J per cent simple
ereet on each li.owi borrowed.
< all to Sjavr. STAN DARD HOME
COMPANY, StJ Mutual Building.
list TOUR J'Koi'EKTV FoK SALE
SI I for rent with WHITE <v COM
PANT, 3<"i American National Bank
I: Hiding._ j
A KM U*:._ACRES TiIREE-FOURTHs
miles from depot, eighteen miles
from Richmond. good buildings.
\,-.....i,i> fef.t saw timber pines; ( h<-.t;,
t<> settle an estate. J. B. MARTIN.
Room 6. IUI Esst Main Street.
LIST YOUR PR')PERTT F< >li SALE
1 for rent with WrHITE & COM?
PANY. .106 American National Bank
lit acres TEN Mill's OUT IX CHK8
terfleld County, saw mill and 200.- ;
?>r?, feet sawed timber, wit'; two
r om brick house and outhousea; 1
will eel] cheap for quick sale; easy
farms. Rooms t> and 7, 1112 East
FIVE-ROOM ~ BRI?'K HOUSE. NF W
big bargain If s>Id at once; |250
cash, balance very easy. Call at
room* 6 end 7. 1112 East Main.
iceee will ni.'T-vice "home-or i
cscellent in\-eatm?nt; 2<)09 block
Park Avenue; lot 36x94: seven rooms
and bath. I.it tie heat: brick. Terms
e.,^ WHITE A COMPANY. 10?
American National Rank Building.
rol RTEEN ACRES. 0S~CAR LINE. AT
? 'bester: hne location: 11.2*0: a snap
OEOROE BUCHANAN. Cheater. Va
lf'/M E-BUILDERS* < IPPOBTUNTTT To
secure a home in the shortest time
at the least cost. Call to-dav for
particulars. STANDARD HOME
COMPANY. 612 Mutual Building.
F< ? K SAL K. A FARM NE A R R IC H -
mond Apply to t D. JETT. 214
East Main Street, any evening- after
S o'clock Phone Madison 7X27-X3.
FOR sale. ONE BRICX HOiiSI in
the West End. ail modern improve
menta fc r only I2.7.10. Applv to t
I? jett. 211 East Main Street, any
ft< i.Iii? after S o'clock. Phone Madi
lA ?TS.?-4! Ri ?V e AVENUE I'ORXBR
M feet l?i jier foot; Fitxhugh Ave?
nue. Monument Annex. l.'.i feet.
I2J M per foot: Franklin Street,
west of Tilden. 2*< feet. |7."> per foot:
K*rts A renne, Bart** Heights. M
feet. 12'? Mr f<?>t l>etKh Street
SS ,u s Ad<Iil:o-i. feet. 130 per
foot. Park Avenue, east of Cleve?
land. IS feet ?4? per foot WHITE
.. ? ? MP.ana ...... .%?,., ri. an National
AI>?IT :.?** A?*res OK "fine OTtKI
mal croalh timber tor sale on water
transportation. In the State of North
Carolina Tract will . lit between la
'<r-?- ?"n Tl,e rate for
transportation hy rail to Northern
markets. ?c to Northern market?
bv water. 14 per thoiiaar.d The
stumpage can he piirc!,a?e^ or Und,
timber and ?II The wharf adjointa
timber '!??! and fronta on railroad
Never on market before. Price and
lerma made known enj aapttraftor
UEO C |-olM?E\TEK A CO. Nn
811 M-ttial Hulldlng. R.cho^ood. V?
fUto fox Urn I
" hot water heat,
res? L le*. care
UWI[KNi'K\'lI?K R'lLLEK MILL
for sale or exchange for country
property, consisting of oiuj three
stand toller mill, one first-class corn
mill and one teed mill, all In tlret
< lass condition. Apply to JNO. F.
LUCY, Law i cucevllle. v?.
*4ni HENRY & & <i. LIN DEM an
piftno. No. 32024; handsome ma
hoijanv cane; used but little Price,
now CRAFTS REMOVAL
SALE. 121 East Broad._
Till MRISTOW-WoRSH AM CO.. 12
.North Fifteenth Street, J 4 ? i J -
? lurfitcra for Vehicles and Hai
aeaa. We are now located in our
ii' w place, with the largest stock
, >f vehicles in the city. We can
show th<- greatest assortment open
und top buggies for business or
plnaeiirs purposes. We can show
lb-- largest assortment of old II. k
ory aad Welor farm wagons for ail
p irposes. We can ahow a laijfe va
lety of open and top all Very wa- |
gr>ns for all purposes. We < an in?
terest >ou in anything in the ve
hl< le harnesM line. Inspect our '.
st.,.k before buying. Till-: BRIS
TOW-WORSHAM C*X 12 Barth Fif?
CHASE mhos. I'IANoTno. ?'?76; MA^
ho ?ran-, eise. In very good condi?
tion I'rlee now $17*. CRAFTS 1:K
Mi >v \i. .- m.k. 121 Kast Uroad
WE ARE OETTUfO IN OCR spring
st-.ek of buggies, surreys and run- i
ahouts. quality high, low ariea: one'
of them will Milt you. fall and see \
what are have THOS. II. liL'KK
t\ 1 ' i . 194 Hrouk Avenue.
WILL ski.I. FOR BEST OFFER tdk
two frame buildings. 1744 and 174s
Seventeenth Street, to be removed
frotn lot at once. A. M. WAI.KIT.
?i]4 Aemric aa.Nn EEORt; ETAOl NL n
t;l4 American National Rank
%Zrt', KINGSI.EY PIANO. No :,:KK1;
mahoganv case. In splendid condi
llon. and a bargain at 121? < It AKTS
REMOVAL. SALE. 121 East Rroad
FOB sale. EVERYTHING !N THE
line of business wagons ami bug?
gies at prices that will save you
money. T>-t us know your wants,
and we will take pleasure in serv?
ing von. Easy terms. A. MEVKR'S
SONS. 721 Kast f'ary 8treet._
ISM REMINGTON PIANO. NO. 721X7:
mahogany case: has been carefully
used. Good tone. Now $17-.
crafts REMOVAL SALE. 121 East
FOR SALE, STAVE HEADING PLANT
complete and In operation; price.
30 per cent of original cost if sold
at once, condition guaranteed. I.
_BLCFORI> & CO._
BILLINGS PIANC? NO MIM; WAL
nut case. Good instrument for a
beginner to iearn on. |M. CRAFTS
REMOVAL SALE, 121 East Broad _
FOR WAGONsTTlO TO RICHARDSON
BROS.. Ill Brook Avenue. Painting,
repairing and rubber-tire work.
$6"0 k IN>;3Le j~PL?TER^PI?N< '. N? >
&610s; mahoganv case, art finish. Has
been used but litt little. Now $27"..
CRAFTS REMOVAL SALE. 121 East
CONCRETE .MIX Kits., HOISTING
engines, dump cars, stearn shovel,
lo. oniotives, tail, pumps, boilers and
. ? gi: es. i BLCFoRD & C< >
$700 KLNG.-LEY pla yer-PIAN? '. NO.
J037!': tnahoganv case, la fine condi?
tion: now 14M CRAFTS REMOVAL
SALE. 121 Eaat Broad._
I >(:'-?; STORE FOR SALE: IN A VI R
Vlnla city; good location. small
stock, will sell at invoice; discount
If cash. F Ms care Times-Dispatch.
WE HAVE ON HAND THREE SEC
ond-hand top buggies, two run
aoouts, one surrey, one trap, all in t
good orn??T. Jwo grocery wagons
one laundry wagon, one double wa?
gon, lignt: very ..heap. THOS. 11.
DI KE aL- co . vj4 Brook Avenue.
FOR SALE. ONE NO. I SECOND
hand Lane sawmill in good condi?
tion . also one smaller Lane mill, ami
other machinery. Address RICH
WON P ?'EDA R W<)HKS_
WAGONS, SUITABLE FOR ALL BkiSI
Bt la at lowest prices, considering
the quality, pleasure vehicles, rub?
ber-tiring, repairing and painting a
specialty H c BRISTOW, 9 to li
N"?rth Eighteenth Street. i
KIMP. ALL PARLOR oROAN. THOR
otighlv rebuilt; black walnut case.
French mirror now $:.." CRAFTS
REMOVAL SALE. 121 East Broad.
SEE OCR STOCK of HOME-MADE
wagons, grocery, delivery and trucks. .
light and heavy : also painting, re?
pairing and rubber-tires put on:
prices reasonable thos. H. DI KE
Sc CO.. ?04 Brook Avenue._
FOR SALE. A~$1">''~VI< TROLA AND
$100 worth of records at a great
reduction. New and unused. 1" o.
FOR SALE, ONE TWO-HORSE \
wagon and harness, good as new.
? "all before :i A. M and after t? P.
ML MoKAN. lV'S East Broad Street.
PRO AMU SEVERAL BARGAINS IN
n-ed organs. Small parlor organ.
$14: parlor organ. $20; small chapel
organ, $27. Call and see other
Values. CRAFTS REMOVAL SALE.
121 East Broad
BARREL AND KEG HEADING MA
t hlnery for sale. Complete set of
machines for making barrel and keg
heads of all sizes. Also small saw?
mill. J. T. DENNY & co, Cromartle.
F?lTs?LE. COMPLETE-MET OS* MA
chinery for making nail kegs and
'?ther staves. A good way to use
all small timber at a profit Will
sell verv cheap J T. DENNY ?v
co, Cromartle. N. C
]?.' 'II.ERSAND ENGINE.S^FDR-S\\UE. ;
Two return tubular boilers, one 110- '
horsepower, the other 40-horsepow
er: three stationary engines. 7">. 3S
arol 20-horsep--wer. all in good order
Will sell cheap. Also one Duplex
pump, one dry kiln, all completed,
with patented return steam trap. J.
T DENNY _ CO., t romartie. N. C.
FoR SALE. IRON SAFE IN PERFECT
condition. $22 '.0 It's a great bar?
gain I2.1J-2 North Sixth
PAIR GOOD WORK Horses. DOC
Me wagon and harness, new. at a
bargain Reason for selling, lea- .nk
. Ity. MM Lull Fit eat.
Foil SVLE. FIVE SHARES CAPITAL
stock Main Street Bank at $".'? per
-'..irr. Address F 30. care Times
FOR SALE. $4. '?" ' OF STtX'K IN" \
goii.t lead mine proposition near
Joplin This is not a prospect, but
a develojsed property. It is over M
feet of face of ore. which averages
fiver 7 per cent sine, a guaranteed
monftily dividend of 2 per cent The
Strictest of investigation solicited
Do you want to buy" Answer Pant
office Ro\ ?*?4. Richmond. Va
. ri^T > Laks ai'artm
nor heat prtvate hath i
Spe. \a\' v
mrs (has k rowkr?
East Franklin Street, hands .rr.?
rooms, with ?fan: beat and t...a-.l
iBOt'Ll \ ARU INN .ON DAMI T?!
Roar!.. rOWntry and eessh'.rc M
blned wfb 'ity nvenien.es Wn
iis tt e.-t GRA<'e street. MoT
water heated rooms Table hoarders
Boarders wanted for vacant
rooms, also table boardern 2fta
TO?S? MAN DCSIRE* "TABLE
board, south of Broad Street, eaat of
Relvidere Street Please g,ve full
Ir.formetlon y 4?. care Times
DKJtTRAftt r. ROOMS WITH BOARD,
eveoiient table board. 441 Kent j
A weather term*
%.>??? Kit T?? IKMKItDOs nUU
Itt, Coal anD iSXcoo
BEST QRADI PINE AND OA K
u..<.<). %:::,? half-core, $1.75 quarter,
slab wood. |2 75 half-cord. AU grade?
coal; bent quality. l'hone Monroe
4:i76. LYNE & HARTHS. 1S11 East
JUST RECEIVED SEVERAL
cars of m< n dry pine and oak wood.
I.i i uh fond you a load. :t will ptesase
ou Also tlie bent anthracite and
jo'i Also ttie nest an.nra? lie unu
lump splint ooal. Orders delivered
promptly. TYLER A RYAN'. MM
Waal Cary Street, Madison iw
HALF CORD FIRST-CLASS DRY
pine or oak wood, 13 25; also best
atove. nut. anthracite and lump
sj.i.nt coal ? lean, full weight . prompt
delivery INDEPENDENT COAL
AND WOOD CO . liSU Last Caiy.
I'hune Madison 4150._
I HAVE CLEAN, FREE-BURN1NQ
splint lump. $5 75 per ton. My an
inra' ite is one grade?U,e best Penn?
sylvania ?7.71 per ton. Mailiaon <AM
W a. REAMS, 707-7U North Seven
HAVE REEK LEADER IN'
wood Ii? re since 1897. I may be tho
lowest in price, but best In quality |
more tiiuti balances cheap wood.
Only ask one order on pf. fee-fly dry
large blocks oak arid pin*- Dry slab
lor cooking. Hickjry in two-foot
lengths for fire places. Auto truck
will deliver on one hour's notice. 1
LONO. THE WOOD MAN".
OTT. dkV K'I.VdLIn'w BksST 1 .V
citv: heretofore handled by Mid?
lothian Wood Company; II 7S half
cord DAVID M LEA A CO. l'hone
Uoom? f-ot ftrnt
nTcely" Ft^NlslfnsiST ^6lI?a55
rooms: bath, heat, fcen'lemen only.
Til E ROAN'OKE 114 North Eighth.
FOR RENT; "NICELY FURNISHED";
vapor-heated rooms 1*1 East Grace
STEAM - HEAT BD ROOK PARK AVE- !
nue. near Meadow, for Rix dollars
per month. F 1$, care Times-Dis
LARGE FURNISHED, BUNNY ROOM,
heated; running water. 213 East
FOR RENT, TO MAN OF REFINE
ment and quiet habits, two connect?
ing- rooms in private family; hot
water heat, electric lights, bath. Ad
<l-ess F ?l. care Times-Dispatch.
FOR KENT. TWO NICE, FURNISHED
rooms, steam heat. Apply ?06 West
TWo ' I<;HT ROOMS FOR GKNTLK
BM ;. heat and light. 401 East
FREE. oOc JAR ROCK GLUE A NO
Me Star Broom Holder. To advertise
these useful articles, if you will ask
any merchant in America for above
this will authorize him to give you
both, merely to have you praise
them to f. ieniis. If merchants
cannot supply you. write us. sending
ten merchants' names and 10 cents
in stamp?. We will also send you a
beautiful book of national views,
worth $1. free for returning trade
marks ot" Rock Glue and Star Broom
Holders. THE NORMAN F. EHNES
co. is Eighth Street, S. E.. Wash?
ington. D. C. _
HUMAN HAIR, BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUGHES'8, 20:> North Third.
wanted, TO BUY FOR~cXsVf
household goods in any uantit y
WAS'TKIi. T WO SAW MIELS TO
cut pine and oak lumber by the
thousand and deliver f. o. b. cars;
railroad from three to five miles. H.
F. H i K ER. Columbia. Va._
WANTED. TO BORROW $7.000 AT
5 1-2 per cent flat on first mortgage
property on Grace Street worth $-.
000. Address F 5.1. care Tlmes-Dis
WANTED! WASHING "TO DO AT
home 1223 St. John Street SALLIE
Ural Curat* C?antr?
EIST YOl H FARMS^XviTH j" A
CONNELLY A CO Write postal
for necessary blanks
TYPEWRIT E RS.
TYPEWRITERS OF ALL MAKES
and models sold, rented and skilfully
repaired. Remingtons. Underwoods.
Olivers, Smith Premiers. Bar Locks,
and L c. Smith Bros. Machine*
i? nted from $5 to $7 for three mont hs
Urs? rent paid applied on purchase.
THE AMERICAN TYPEWRITER
EXCHANOE, e* East Main St.-.
l'hone Madison 425?.
SHOE RE PA I RI NO.
10c REBATE IF Y OU BRINO SHOES
wi'h this coupon. Met, s shoe* half
soicd. 7.V . rebated to Car; ladies
half-soiee. 60c. rebated to sOc. I re
j,:. r seved. best leather no naii? ?
pegs Heeling. 2Sc DREW S E LEI
'IRI<: SHOE FACTORY. 71* Eaat
Main. Phone Monroe 2t*7.
VINT; LA TORS.
IDEAL VENTILATORS .MADE OF
g:..??. iarges' capacity; It.wcat, pri- e
l'hone Monroe IMS
WHEN Tol^WAXT '
iiouseclf. ANTNG, WAX TNG AN'n
staining floors. windowa washer)
?all Monroe 311* New houses a
? eclalu Prompt eervlce WIL?
LI am JOHNSON._
Si MM ER RATES NOW ON
piat ti "t ing and overhauling bv
fa. ...r ?,,.- Frorr.pt. .-arafu!
w.iik eua-anteed Phono Madlaon
111* C.iAS II. STtF.FF. Ptaaoe 7
117 Weal Broad_
YOIR WATCH REPAIRED Ott
cleaned by WM TO HI EN. JR., la
a guarantee that It at done property
5. cjpenence. c:,.?nm?; I'
main spring. II sa) Rant FJr?a.l
fff*m\ f' P H OI J? T V. RI NO AND
M AT '.: f ssi.s
Wl REPAIR AND I PIIOIATIH
REAM PUFFS. I.AKGE o.\K?, 12
fee ?v tmi.vKAKrrs. ?rt i t
IN CONTEST FOR HOUSE
Hereat A muunrnrdi la Northern
tmm%m <>? ?tote?m*m tuok
(Spat ial to The Tlmea-Dispatrh >
Erederlckeburg. Va., February 3.?.T. ?
WIMiarn Daniel, of Middlesex Count v.
is out - a candidate for the rieruo
cratic nomination for th? House of,
iM-legates from the district oeeape_e_
of Middlesex and Mathews Count'.. M
Other candidates are A, E. Segar and
There are two candidate* in the
Mouse of iwleirate* district) in the
Nortnern Neck. composed of Waal
tporcland and Northumberland Coun?
ties. Thomaa Brown, of Westrm ?? ? -
land, the present member, is a candi?
date for r.'nomination, and W. A.
Kowe. of Northumberland, Is his op?
The Planters National Bank has or?
ganised and will open for business In
tliis city February 6. It will start
witii a capital of |7?.000 and a sur?
plus of Ii',,.omi. The officers are Cap?
tain M. B. Kowe. president: Captain P..
f'iiiroy Vance, vice-president; W .J.
Ford, cashier; Paul Karsten, Jr.. and
H. B. Lane, assistant cashiers.
lieutenant .\ It. Bauman. of the
Washington Guards, has roooHrOtl
I orders from the military headquarters
In Richmond, to hold an election with?
in thirty days to elect a captain of
the company and to fill anv other
vacancy that may arise by reason of
such an election. This company Is ar?
ranging to go to Washington to par
tlclpato in the ftaaugural parade on I
John at W. Green has sold his valu?
able farm and handsome residence, lo- i
cated on the ll-'ghte of Stafford, one ;
mile from this city. In Stafford County,
to J. R. Brickert. of Greenwood, Ind. <
The Gardner farm In Orange County,
near l.'nionville, containing .100 acres,
has be.-n sold to .1 W. e. I.<ockridgo.
of Bath. County, for the sum of $10.
WANT YARD AT PALMYRA
Citizens Ask for I..adorn Facilities on Vir?
ginia kit i Ina.
A petition was nlrd yesterday before the
State Corporation Commission by 11 CS.
b> iaisr. C. l> Iladen. .1. e. Thomas ami
ft. B B Hannah against th" ' 'he.-f.psake
an'l Ohio Railway and the Virginia Air Line
Hallway, asking for the establishment of
an adequate siding and yard St Palmyra.
Plavaana County. Th? case was set for
hearing on February 1?.
It Is said by the petitioners that much
business Is done at Palmyra, the most Im?
portant town on the Virginia Air Line.
e_leA Is operate,! t,y the Chesapeake and
Ohio. It is charged that the shle track
there Is located In a cut. making It diffi?
cult of ac ess to load freight. As to ?Mo?
ments of cattle, it Is said to be ne, assary
to drive them five miles to Carysbrook. An
order is asked requiring a yard to t>e as
? , ? I
Ural esratr fat EUnt
FOB RENT. FARM OF S? ACRES;
good live-room dwelling and other
buildings, on Petersburg car line. F
4V care Times-Dispatch. _____
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT. WITH
private entrance and telephone at?
tention in American Bank Building.
Phone Madison 4.'':3. or call >A9,
notice of special gener?
al stockholders' meeting
Richmond Freden? kshurg and Fo
mac Railroad Company.
Office of the Secretary.
Richmond, Va., December Jl. 1MB.
TO WHOM it MAY concern:
Take notice, that, on Wednosdav.
February 5. 1913. at II o'clock A. M . a
special general meeting of the stock
holders of the Richmond. Fredericks
burg and Potomac Railroad Cornpuny
will be held in I he office of the otMD
oany. in the First National Bank
Building, at the corner ot Ninth und
Main Streets, in Richmond. Va . pur?
suant to the call of the praesaeal
and directors of said company
adopted on December 19, 1912, the
purpose of said meeting being to
take action upon a proposition of
compromise and settlement nego?
tiated by the president and director*
of the company with the special com?
mission representing the State of
Virginia and its political subdivisions
us authorv.ed by statute; and also
to take action upon a resolution
of the president and directors of
, the company looking to an amend- ,
ment of the company's charter,
as authorized by law, und also for.
attending to any other matters .
which may lawfully come befoie said
The books for the transfer of the
capital stock of the company will he '
closed on .January 15. 191.1. at 3 o'clock 1
p at., and reopened on February i
7. 1911. at Hi o'clock a M
By order of the President and Di- !
rectors* NORMAN CALL.
WH. H. WHITE.
m A SPECIAL COMMUNICATION
V_r . f Metropolitan la>dge. No. 11.
'V^ a . I ' a ml ?rill !?> I ? .
Masonic Temple WEDNESDAY AF?
TERNOON, February J. 1913, at 2:30
o'clock, to pay the last sad tribute of
respect to our deceased brothei.
Worshipful h. L. Carter Members
of sister lodges and transient brethren
are cordially Invited.
By order of the Worshipful Master.
W. M. WATKINS,
_ Seer eta ry.
e_ mo 1- a STATi:H roMMl'.VI
V_F ration of Richmond Lodge. No.
/^r^ Am ??! t Free ai d a, cepted
Masons, will lie held in the Masonic
Temple this (Tuesdavi EVENING.
February 4. 1913. at 7:30 o'clock. De?
gree work Members of sister lodges
ami transient brethren are cordially
By order of the Worshipful Master.
R. L VANDEV enter.
THE ANNEAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the Jefferson Realty
Corporation will be held at the Jef?
ferson Hotel. Richmond. Va . on
WEDNESDAY, February S. ?13. at
12 o clock noon.
O F. WEISIOER.
THE ANNEAL MEETING OF THE
stocKholdera "f the Ri. htnotid 1 r. r
fer Company will be held at their
office, East Mam Street, at I]
.eh noon. WEDNESDAY. Feb-'
. a.-y 12. I9U
W. T. DAR DEN.
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATH,
Teste d'llofe ntaaer ?atnrday mm 4
?aadar riralag. 0 to ? a clock. f|J_
Tka a*oat rr.agn.flcen* total
Seeth. Kic-p-an plan,
and ea aalt?, with an?
auction ?d.cs Z\)i? Dap
By J. Thompson Brown A Co.,
Ills East Main Street.
Itl'STKK'S SALE OK VALUABLE
WEST EN!> FACTOR,Y
WAHKHOU8 E SITE. WITH
By virtue of a deed of trust dated
January 20. till, and recorded in Huh
n.ond Chutvery ?ourt D B 210 L>. p
73, to ths undersigned, to secure cer?
tain nute* therein described, default
M ina ade und being requested so to
d<>. I will sell at I'ublio Auction, on thu
At 4J>) P. ?.I.,
That rertam lot of land, with all im
provetnttnts, apmirtenannaa and railroad 1
trackage, etc., thereon und thereto be?
longing, lying on the west side of 1
lieiinltage Road, between Ihn northern
Una of ( lay Street, if extended, anil
the Richmond. Frederickshurg arid
Potomac Railroad right <if way Be. .
ginning on the western line of Herml- :
tage Road at its interiwclioii with the
southern line of Lot B 21. thenco ?
northwardly along and fronting on
western line of Hermitage Road 120
' feet, thence from said front westwardly.
between parallel lines, about Mfi feet
on its southern line, and about y&
feet on the northern line
Terms Cash as to expense of sale.
AH unpaid insurance, and taxes and
to pay two notes and protest, fees, one
for 1*1 and the other for p>!??i ,vi?h In?
terest from January ?u D13, and bal?
ance in twelv? months. 6% iritere-t
payable quarterly, and secured by deed
BDW. H BROWN'.
J. THOMPSON BROWN A CO,
BANKRUPT AUCTION SALE OF rov
FECTIONBRT AMD BODA FOUN?
TAIN FIXTURES AND STOCK
Pursuant to an order of the District
Curt of the Cnited States for the
Eastern District of Virginia, entered
on the 2Mb day of January. 1913. In
the matter of A. Baldacci. bankrupt. I
will sell on the pre'.ilses, BM North
THIS TCESDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1913.
beginning at 10:30 o'clock A. M..
tip- stock of Cakes. Candies. Cigars,
Cigarettes. Smoking and Chewlt g To?
bacco, Syrups, Flavorings, eu.; also
t>o following fixtures: One Onyx and
Marble Soda Fountain (cost about
11.000), Two Silent Salesmen Show
raata Oaa I'.unUle Wrapping Showcase,
Several Large Mirrors. National Cash
Register. Lunch Counter and Appurte?
nances. Two All Steel Ice Cream Cabi?
nets. S Matal Soda Stools, about 20
Motel Chairs. Number of Ice Cream
Tabb-s, Upright Piano and Stool. Ice
Cream Machine and Electric Motor. Ice
Cream Tubs and Cans. (Jas Arc LAmp.
Electric and Has Fixtures. Heating
Stove, Shi.-board. Refrigerator and
numerous other articles.
FREI? G. POLLARD.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO
auction fedlro, J-imirc Dapo
Bankrupt Auction Sale
of Mules, Horse, Cow
j Pursuant to an order of the District
Couit of the United States for the
Eastern District of Virginia, entered
on the 2Sth day of January, 1913, in
the matter of C. H. Pfuntner. bank?
rupt, I will sell at public auction on
the premises, known as
duties City County
1 Near Roxbury. Va.i
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9,
At 12 o'clock noon.
One large Refrigerator, two mules,
one driving horse, one cow.
R GRAYoON DASHIELD.
N B.?From Rci.mond take Chesa?
peake and <>hio local train leaving
7:30 A. ML to Turner's Siding Farm
about half mile from siding, or about
sixteen miles from Richmond.
THE VALENTINE ACCTIOX CO.
By Richeson A Crutchfleld.
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
FRAME DWELLING9 NoS 30S AND
50S 1-; GODDIN STREET. BE?
TWEEN ROANE AND CALHol'N
STREETS. AND TWO FRAME
DWELLINGS IMMEDIATELY IN
REAP. OF SAME. FRONTING ON
< "A BELL STREET. AND KNOWN AS
NOS Ml AND SO? CA BELL STREET
In execution of a certain deed of
trust, dated January 12. 1912. to the
undersigned trustees, recorded in the
< lerk's office. Richmond Chanrerv
Court. In D. B. 214-B. page 377. default
having been made In the payment of
one of the notes thereby eecured. and
being required so to do by the holder
thereof, we will sell by public auction,
on the premises, on
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY <?. 1913.
at 4:JO o'clock P. ML
the real estate described in said deed
"All that lot of land, with improve?
ments thereon, fronfing M feet on the
north side of Ooddin Street, between
Roane and Calhoun Streets, in the city
of Richmond, Va.. and running back on
I's eastern line 116 feet and on Its
?entern line 140 feet to Ca bell Street,
being designated na lot No M on a
plat of survey annexed to a deed from
James M Taylor, trustee of Jacob
Shook. t<> Robertson a Brown lie '
TERMS Cash sufficient to pav ex?
penses of executing the trust, any un?
paid taxes, and a ratable proportion
of taxes for the calendar year 1911.
and to pay a note for tl.&00. with In?
terest thereon from January 12. IUI.
and re?idue in equal instalments at
one and two years from date of aale
f ? 1 otes. with Interest added, and
se.-11 red hy deed of trust on the said
property, or. at option of purchaser,
he ma\ pay all of said residue or any
part thereof in <ash
H T RICHFSON
F L CRUTCH FIELD.
to Loan on Improved
1 Or smaller arr uro
Golsan 6c Nash, Inc.,
IT N?rtP If --er
The VsJtBiitine M
rRMTH AND ?""LAY ?TRKETA
Open anJlr from It v M to I P at
admieetow 7ir_r>? - Awterdaya
The Confeoera'e M
TWCLPTN AND CLAY flTRERTaV
Open t A H. *? &. P M.
Adm'wio. MR free en anturdnya
Auction feu-Ire Zl)la
Bt Flam * Ftinsten.
Real Estate Auctioneer*.
NO. 1113 Fast Main Street.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF
HOUSE AN D LOT.
906 East Clay Street
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY ITH, Ittt.
at 4 30 1". ML
In execution of a decree of the Chan?
cerv < 'oii't or the city of Richmond!,
red on the llth, of No von? her. 19!.'.
in the chancery suit pending in savid
court under the short, style of Thomas
II Haokins Trustee, plaintiff, agaioet
I.in y I'avn'- Thompson i t a! . dofcnd
anta. the undersigned Special Com*
missionera will, on
THIS TUESDAY, THE ITU DAY UP
FERRI AWY. 1113. at 4:30 P. M.
sell at auction, on the pi am law, the
lot of land, with buildings and improve?
ments thereon fronting thirty-two feet
?ix Inche?, more or leas, on the north? ;
em line of said ( lay Street, und run?
ning baric between parallel lines at
right angles with said Clay Street IM
feet four inchee. more ..r less, and
having thereon tho building No. 9M
East Clay Street.
The said lot has upon it a most sub?
stantial detached and well-built two
story brick dwelling, with basement:
contains ten rooms and bath, hart the
usual city conveniences, is in fair or?
der, is occupied by good tenant at
$4.Vi per annum, and is suitable for res?
idence or for investment purpoeee.
TERMS: One-third of purchase
money in cash and tho residue in two
equal instalments, at six and twelve
months, with interest from date of
sale; deferred instalments evidenced
by purchaser's notes, and title retained
until the purchase money is fully paid,
or the pur baser may, at his own op?
tion, pay all the purchase pru-e in cash.
HENRY R MILDER,
JOHN L. IN'ORAM.
ELAM A K?NSTEN.
I certify that the bond required bp
the above decree of th? Special Com?
missioners bus been duly given.
Oleen under my hand tins 20th day
of November, 1912.
Teste. CHARLES O. SAYILLB,
Siuttion fedlfG X-uturr Dap?
By J. Thompson Brown A Co..
1113 Main Street.
TRUSTEES SALE OF MODERS
WEST END DWELLING. NO.
300 ADDISON STREET, NEAR.
GROVE A VENU E.
By virtue of a deed of trust., dated
1 January 25. 1911. ami recorded in Rich
. niund Chancery Court D. B. 310 C,
page 210, to the undersigned to secure
certain notes therein described, de?
fault being made, and being requested
: so to do, I will sell at public auction
on the premises.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5.
at 4 P. ML.
property aeecrlDed in said deed as fol?
lows: Beginning on the west line of
Strawberry Street now Addison Street
130 feet north of Grove A venu? at tho
: north line of an alley IS feet wide,
thence northwardly and fronting on
west line of Addison Street 19 feet,
4"t inches, and extending back west?
ward! y from said front between par
i allel lines 1J0 feet to a 40-foot court,
with dwelling, No. 200 North Addison
I ERMS : (.'ash as to expenses of
sale, all unpaid taxes and insurance
and to pay three notes, two for i2su
each and one for 137 jo, with protest
fees and interest from January 25.
MM, and balance, a credit of 12,250.
due January 25, 1914. with current in?
terest thereon, and balance in six
months, secured by deed of trust,
per cent Interest
BOW. H BROWN'.
J. THOMPSON BROWN A CO .
By J. Thompson Brown 4 Co..
111,1 Ma?r. Street,
TRUSTEES SALE OF .MODERN
WEST END DWELLING. NO. 20
ADDISON STREET. NEAR
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated
i January M, 1911. and recorded in Rich
l mond Chancery Court D. B. 210 A.
page 161, to the undersigned to secure
certain notes therein described, default
being made and being requested so to
do. I will sell at public auction on the
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5,
at 4 P. M .
property described in said deed as fdl
I lows: Beginning at a point on west
line of Addison Street. 1*9 feet t*?
inches north of Grove Avenue, thence
i northwardly along and fronting on
west line of Addison Street, or Straw?
berry street. 20 feet 5S inches to the
centre of an alley in common, and ex?
tending back westwardly between par?
allel lines 150 feet, to a 40-foot court,
with dwelling. No. 202 North Addison
TERMS : Cash as to expense of sale,
all unpaid taxes and insurance and to
pay three notes, two for $250 each and
one for 137.50. with protest feee and in
tereal from January 20. 1913. and bal
anoe. a i-redit of (2.250. duo January
20. 1914, with current interest tbereon
and balance in six months. se< .red by
deed of trust. 6 per cent added.
EDW. H. BROWN,
J. THOMPSON BROWN A CO..
By J. Thompson Brown A Co.,
1113 Alain Street.
TRUSTEES SALE OF MODERN
WEST END DWELLINB, NO.
304 ADDISON STREET, NEAR
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated
January 21. 1911, and recorded in Rich?
mond Chancery Court D. B. 210 A.
page 1(5. to the undersigned to secure
? ertain notes therein described, default
being made and being requested so to
do. I will sell at public auction on the
at 4 P. M
, property rteaenbed in said deed as fol?
lows Beginning on west line of
Addison Street 1*9 feet It's Inches north
'of Grove Avenue. thence north?
wardly and fron.ing on west line of
Addison street ? met JVj inches, and
extending back between parallel lines
150 feet to a 40-foot court, with dwelling.
No 204 Addison Street.
TERMS cash as to expense of
sale, all unpaid taxes and insurance
and to pav thr'-e notes, two for $234
each and one for $37?. with protest
'fees and inter.--', fron lan'ia'y 21.
1913, and balance, a credit of $3.130. dun
January 21. 1914. with current internet
thereon and balance in six months.
? per <en' Interest added, and secured
by deed of tru*t.
! DW. H. BROWN.
$. THOMPSON BROWN A t o .
By J. Thompson Brown A Co.,
1113 Main Street.
TRI BTBE S SALE OF MODERN
WEST END DWELLINB. NO.
>? ADDISON STREET. NEAR,
Bv virtu* ?f s deed of tris-. dated
,^3 mi. nod recorded . Rl.h
rl t hai cei . i ,??nri l>. B 2b> < . ;?c?
tain notes therein deecrihed. default
1 made, and being r?-o,?ie??ed ?>> ? ?
will sell at pubh. f.?! >n *he
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5.
et 4 P v.
rropertv deerribed in said deed as fed
Beginning nt a point on went
of Strawberry 'now Addksoa
t), IIS feet IS lh' hee north of
s A ver.oe thence nort r? war dir