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THE PBPlllTY OF THE TEE-DEE
, IS DUE TD TlllT THAT THEY SUPPLY THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE.
THK RATE
FOIl CLASSIFIKI1 WANT
ADVERTISING
h 1 eent p*r word Net Cash I"
ADVANCE. wlth a mlnlmum eo*t
of t_ cents tor each tnsertlon.
The same rale appllos to deaths.
msrrlagM, obltuancs And flll other
da.?s|flcd notlces. No dlsplay typ?
tllowed In the classlflcd columns.
LOST AND FOUND. ;
LOST-FOX TERRIER PU1\ THRF.E
months old; nnswers to nnme Bryan;
white, wlth both cars and right. >'.ve
luiK-K. Rnward II rcturned to DHE.V S
KLKOTHIG SHOE FACTORY, Tlti Lnst ,
Maln.
LF.rr IN THalN TUESDAY EVEN
Ing, nlilvlng from Lynchburg, a Ieatner
NuTF. BOOK. Flndor return and Lio re
wnrdrd, .1. A. DOVLE, 316 Room, Jlur
phy's Hotel.
S T R A Y F. D FROM HLOOM1NGDALE
Farm, October 10th, bay COLT, four
vears old. Any Inforimttlon regarding
iiim to H. c. BEATTIE, Horm.tago
Road. 'Phono HSl'D.
l.OST-W H D NESDAV NIGHT. BE
beiween Flrst and Cary and Foiirth and
Grace or on Third Street, a bbic. ollk
RUFF. FlnWr will pleaso roturn to US
Bast Cary. u
STRAYBD FROM MY PLACE OCTOBER
iiiih. one refUcyWj horns pointing m
wnrd. Llhor.il '.rrvwiiVil'lf:roturncd to C
SCHMIDT, Sliill '23, First Market.
I HELP WANTED?Mile;
MAM'FACTURING C ON C E R N Oh
slres a pcrson Hvlng ln clty. town or vll
lnse for a speclal work; $15 per week
im- one that ls actlve, rellablo and hort
c-st; a good. steady posltlon; glve ny.e.
IDEAL FIRE EXTINGU1SHBR COM?
PANY, Philadelphia, Pa.
MOLER'S BARBER SCHOOL; NEW
YORK CITY. Moro students wanud;
chance to eorn freo scholarslilp, board
and trmisportatlon to New York beforo
leavlng iwmc; elght weeks completes
full course; posilhins positlvely guarun
teed graduates. "Wrlte for catalogue.
WANTED. GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL MEN,
wllh some experlence In solicitlng, to
ruprescnt the Consumor's Unlversul Sup
plv Co, ot New York, In Vlrglnla, North
and South Carolina; must furnlsh good
reference, nlso bond; aged 2S to 60. Call
RICHMOND AGENUY, 310-311 Amerlcan
Natlonal Bank Building.
WANTED. EIGHT <S) FIRST-CLASS
stearrifitte'rs; none other need apply. J.
XV. SERGEANT, Plufnblhg and Heatlng
Ehglneer, No. (120 East Maln Street. j
WANTED, EXPER1ENCEDDRY GOODS
and clnthing salesmah ln n country town
. of 2,000 Innabitants; good pay to tho |
rlght party. Address Box 154, Culpepor,
vu.
WANTED, TYPEWRITER FOB GER
innii plece work: good speller. Apply
G. ?-'. care this offlce.
WANTED. A GOOD BARBER AT ONCE^
Apply at HOS E. Main Street._
SITUATION WANTED?Male
YOUNG M'AN. AGED 21 YEARS. 1I.-VV
Ing college educatlon. deslres posit'.on
wllh opportunlty to rlse; not alrald of
hard work. Address G. 5, care this of- ;
lice._' '.'??'?
HELP?MALE AND rEMALE.
BERVANTS WANTED, AMONG SOME
of the best white famllles in thls clty;
good wages pald for the rlght persons.
We havo appllcatlons for a lnrge num?
ber of cooka who can furnlsh good refer
ences; house glrls and nurses lor the
clty. Apply at once to THE NEGRO
LABOR & EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
52S B. Broad Streot (second floor;.
WANTED, AT ONCE, 2.000 FAM1L1ES
to string tobacco bags; paylng? employ- !
nient for those who cannot leavo thelr ]
homc-s-; clean' and ensy work. For par
tlculars applv in person or by mail to i
the underslgned. and.our reprcsentatlve
wlll call upon you aild explaln work.
Address BAG DEPARTMENT, Allen ."
Ginter Branch, Seventh and Cary.
HELP WANTED?Fcmale.
WANTED; A MIDDLE-AGED LADY AS
hnusekeoper ii nd niother's help; comfort
itblc home und good salary to the rlght
pprsoii; appllcniits wlll pleaso ht:itr. ago.
refi'i'i'iico nnd oxporleuee. Address G.
?I. thls ofllco,
WANTED; A WI11TE WOMAN TO,
take charge of u country houso and
provldo ineals for one; a good homo nnd
fnlr wages to, the rlght pnrty. Address,
wllh reference, W. R. B., Toano, Va.
w'CxtFd. AN*rCXPE{ilENCED NURSE.
who ls willlng t'Tgo to Texas. Apply. nt
once. 017 W. Franklln Street
COOK-WANTED, AT ONCE, A GOOD
cook; brlng reference3. Apply. at once,
ll!i N. Flglith Street. _
^TUAtToN WANTEDiFemaie
A LADY OF Illv. I.VKMI-... I' DEB1RES
posltlon hs n'urso or coinphnlbn for ln
valid; eight years' experlence; referonces
? ?xi'liungoil. Addresi; Miss ESTELLK S.,
I.awyers' Road, Campbell county, Va.
VVANTEDJVBY -A i'OUNG. LADY OF
lliree years' experlence, a posltlon tp
loaeli iii a prlvitte famlly; dunlUlcntlons:
F.ngli.sh aud Muslc; terms mialerato;
KOud fi-ec-oinniciidatldii furnlshed. Ad?
dress M. .11., R. R. No. 2, Ca'rtersvllle,
Cumbcrland county, Va.
TEACHER-WANTED, A POSITION RY
young lady of experlence to teach tho '
usual Engllsh branclies; Lalln, French
nnd Elementary -Muslc. Address .Miss |
M-EDLEY, IJouston, Va.
SOLICITORS1 -3: SALESMEN
SALESMAN-W A N T K D, SAbE-mrtM,1
already cngaged lu travullng, to well
Llnseod Oli-und Palnts as side llno in
Ylrglnias and SouHiern Siale.s; no sam*
ples needed. Aodres.*) Bu.v 6113, Rich?
mond, Va.
STORAGE.
FOB CHEAP AND 1)111' STORAGE
rooma apply to richakdson & cil.-ii'.
PELL, Btoraue Department, Belvlderb
liuilding. M/l W- -Main Stroet, 'Plume SW,
ANTIQUES.
MOORE'S GREATEST COLLECTION
cjiolce Mahoguny Furnlture, Hruss Feiid
<r.?. Andlrons; Aiitl(|iics of every de
scrlptlon; 1017 Bemmes Street, f-lanches
ter. after r. P. M.
CALL AND BE CONV1NCED-A FINE
collccllun "f urlglnal Anilques at low
prices. L. N. ARNALL, SIS Bruok Ave*
MILLINERY.
YOU 'GET BRILLIANT DAS1IES OF
color wlth priglmil blendlng of whudes
.md Ihe very latest shapes, that maXo
up ihe up'to-date hat, and tlie best of
all ih'- prices are (-? inodorate that they
aro in reach <" nll hi Mrs. cjiami.if'k,
-,*ifc f. lii-o.id Streot. . .
THE' F1NEST DLSFLAY OF CATCI1Y
Uor?<; Show Hats in Richmond can be
soen at Mrs. WORTHA.M'S, durlng thla
week. 21? N. Thlnl Stret-l.
pmNTlNQ. ',
COUNTRY ORPERS SOLICli'ElJ. TAY
LOR & TAYLUl'. I'RIS'TING CO., Nu. 1
Governor Htr-ei. Richmond. Va,
PAINTING.
J1AVE YOUR HOUSE PAINTF.J; NOW
aml Kave money. Call anl .iee LEE i\'.
FORD & BRO., li E. Maui. 'i'houv fcW,
BOARD1NG.
GRACE. E.. 101--WANTED, BOARDERS
for nlcr-ly furnished room: prlvntn Witn,
lient, nll edhvefileitt.s; good tniilc, witn
home comforts; also tnble bonrders. No.
10S Knst Qraco Street; references. Plione
MO.
EIGHTH ST., N? MO-NICELY FUR
nlshed, cnmfortsble rooms; good tnblo,
permanent nnd trnnslent bonrdois;
terms ronsonnblc. _
miss pitzer, no. nr, e. franklin,
can entcrtnlii ruosIs durlng the Horso
THH LENNON. 1003 13. MARSHALL
Rooms wlth or without board; also
translents. ?_
BOARD" WANTED."
youngMan' derires. room and
bonrd ln nr-lgnborhbod I of ? .entn jond
Mnrsluill: stato "terms fcdlwkMigoea-'
llon. Address SIIIPPING" CLERK. F.
0._Box_fl51, cliy._
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT, AT ASHLAND. VA.
Elght-room dwelllng; inrgo lawn nnd
garden; good Watfir; five mlnutes walk
to drnot; chenp rent t02do.lr_ble-Uena.pt,
also 35 Itcrea on rnllroad, near Ashlnnd,
for nile chcap. CLIFTON/LHE, oil l>i
N. Flfth Street, Rlchmond,_;
ortAOF, st., "vvv'sin-G e n t l e m e n
occupnnts for thlrd story itwo lnrge nnd
ono small connectlng rooms): convon
lent of bath, telephone, otc; lnspcctlon
by nppolntmcnt. Address W. G., MO A\.
Grace Street. _ _
\YANTKd! OCCUPANTS FOR FUR*
nlshed or unfurnlshe* room; also tnblo
boarders; elogant room, llrst-clnss board.
Apply 003 W. Grace Street, city.
NICELY FURN1.UED .KOOAIS. 104 N.
Tenth Sireet, opposlte Ladles Lollegc.
""REAL ESTATE?For Sale. "
THE GRAN1TE BU1LD1NG COMPANY,
1111 East Main Street, wlll loan you
money on your property al the lowost
rates. You cun p:iy the debt off monthly.
KQR SALE. "
IF YOU DON'T BELIEYE THAT OUR
fprlccs on furnlture nre the lowost como
' In nnd wc wlll prlvo lt to you. Our ex?
penses are lower than any other store
In Rlchmond carrylng a llrst-elnss stock
of furnlture. nnd you got tho benefit II
vou buv here. OSTRANDKR'S. 209 W.
Broad Street._,_. _
FOR SALia-ONE FINE UPRIGHT Pl?
nno, full slae, mahogany case, threo
pedals, up-to-dato in every particular,
guaranteed for seven years; $178 will bUy
lt. ITERGUSgON ____l 11 w- ___?___
ASK FOR RUSSELL'S AKT1-KOACH
Powder; posltlvely. deutroys Water bugs
and eock roaches; all druE.lsts, 10c, or
wlll be mnllod on recolpt of prlce by w.
F. EANES, Twenty-flfth ani'. Lclgn.
wT.-.TED, TO SELL A LOT OF STAND
nrd books, nieoly bOund, good ns new;
E. P. Roe, Scott'.", Dumas, Unlversal
Llterature and others. Apply to Box
"5," Waverly, Va.
FOR SALE?i-JANDSOME B1D1NG AND
drlvlng horso; hlghly brcd. Can be seen
at CRULL'S STABLE. Tenth nnd Cary
Streets.
1,000 BILL HEADS, OUR NEW FORM,
prlnted nnd dellvered for 51.00 cash.
GULLEY SONS & CO., Slnlthdeal
Bullding. _
WANTED, TO SELL ONE 35 H. P. EN
glno (.Talbott), 12x10 cyllnder centre
crank. Apply to :'C?" Box 5, Waverly,
Vn. _
BISHOP, THE SHIRT MAN, MAKES
them to 111 or sells you the latest ready
niade ones. Call and see hlm; 702 East
Main Street.
_:-.
GLOVES FOR EVENTNG USAGE IN
tlie best only. All gloves ndjusted to
tlie hand nt our counter. PEMBER?
TON. PRICE & CO.:
WE GUARANTEE SAUER'S EXTRACTS
to go furthev and glve better results
than any otlier brand on tho market.
WOOD HEATERS. ALL KINDS; NICE
one. for 51.25 at BRUCE HARDWARE
CO.'S, 508 E. M.rshall. 'Plione 102^.
BOYS7 AND GIRLS' SOl.U) LEATHER
Shoes. $1.00. ALBERT STEIN, Flfth
nnd Broad.
i?6R '.'?'SA'LE?ONE YOUNG, \. BU,
brcd; handsoriio Spnnlsh Jack. For par
tlciilnrs apply to A. B., C, Bnydton, Va.
dTTess AND TL'XKIXI SUITS FOR II IHE
nt SCHNURMAN'S, 721 East Main
Street.
TIIOUSANDS OF ROSES IN BLOOM TO
select from for fall plantlng. MERIT
ROSE CO., AV. Graco nnd Ccdar.
_
NEW COLLAHS IN REAL OR IM1TA
tlon lace from 25c; upwards, PEMBER?
TON', PRICE .. CO.
FIFTY (50) MULES FOR SALE. A.P
ply to B. R. COWHERD. Columbla. Va.
iMATIKE.Si S
FEATHER MATTRESSES MADE BY
ADAM DIACONT are tho best feath'er
bods to sleen on; 222", Venable, 'Phono
2520.
BUGGY TOPS.
A RUBBER TOP AT $7.50; A LEATHER
Quurter Top at $12.; Cushlons nt nny
prlce.' Mberul dlsL-ount to t.ho trado;
Wrlte for prlces. .1. W. WHITE &
SON, No, 7 South Fourteenth Street.
bo^t^bITjdTnq^ a nd~pr1 imtino.
S. B. ADKINS & CO? HOOKBINDKRS
.. Prlnters, .Flne work at low prlco.;
No. 4 nnd G Governor Street. 'p,hono,
_2?.
MASSAGE TREATMENT.
MASSAGE AND MEDK'.U. GVMNAS
tlr-s. Mothods of Battle Creek Sanl
tarluni. WM. H. DAVIS, Jr., 700 East
Marahall; Hours ii to 2. Appolntmants.
T.lephono gjggj
SIGNS.
FOR'AN UP-TO-DATE, TASTY AND
unlouo hI.ii, tlnlshed ln (Irst-ela.is man
t- by expurt workmen jh-c liAUjty
,,'BER, 805 E, Franklln Slrc-et. 'Phono
113. _
~~CARRlAGE TiIARDVVARE,
c a'r'ri a G e iiakdware-buc5gy
Tops, t'lnshlons, Couch I'nlnt?lu faot,
anythlng fpr the vohlclo, No. 7 .?uth
Koui-tttntli Stret-t, J. W. WHITE &
SON.
SOUTHERN DENTAL ROOMS, OPPO
slte tho postolllce. 'Phono a230. Exam
InutloiiH nnd csllniates freo.
H, V. DESPORTES, p. D. S., DENTIStT
C25 E. Main Street- "Plione 2011.
MATTRB.See,
FINE 1IA1R MATTRESSES M'ADE TO
order, old ones imide ovor Jlko new.
J A C 0 B U M L A U FjJ P ho no 3.K..
.-TENO G RAP HIY ANO TYP_^VRiTi7>J_T
EXPERT STENOGRAPHY AND TYPE
writlng: K-gul work a spcclalty. LEX
1 NfiTON HOTEL._
BOTTUgD 'OOOPii
DK1NK A BOTTLE OF COC.\-C(lLA; AT
ull HtandB. grocerlcs and .aloonu.
F61j'ntaTn~1'_nsT~
Piiuntulti P<-n. fnlly Kiianiiiloed, a use
ful ;-ift; nor..- bettor wtiatovcr the prlce
thun Hi- Dlagle. SC1JAAFS, No. 12'J
E..I Broad.
WANTED.
WANTED ALL MAI.ES (WHITI.) COM
ln~ to Richmond, Vn.. Horso Show
week or nnv other tlmo to know we
cnn nceomtnodfJo yoi: wlth Rooms,
Meals, Drlnlts, nnd Clgals at ;nll I1011151,
nlght or day, at living prices, HOTEL
I/AWRENCE, Twcltth nnd Maln.
WANTED, THE FUBLIC TO KNOW
that FlSltdUfilSON BROH.' wlll estlmnlo
free of elwvrge the cost of mnlilng your
plnhr. as good as now, 'Phono 2U10.
FERGUSSON BROS.
wTn TKdT ' TO l"uRCHASE S ECON* D -
hnnd Amerlcan and Engllsh Enc.yelope
dln of Law (now edlt on) nnd the Cyolo
pedla of Pleadlng and Practlcc. Ad?
dress B. 8, thls offlce.
OLD GOLD AND S1LVER BOUOIIT AT
hlghest cnsh prices or taken ln oxc'nnnge
for all klnds of watches, clocks. J_w
elrv nnd. sllver.ware; also taken tor re
pai'rs at J. WEINSTEI?*:S, 1501-E. Mnln
Street. tsX&A .. - ?-.'?. -.',
MARY. DID YOU EVER TRY SAUER'S
Extracts? Why certainly. 1 hnvo trled
others, but none nro ns good as
SAUER'S. They are porfcctly grand.
WANTED, TO BUY ONE 100 rlj P.
feed wa.ter heater. VIRGINIA FURNI?
TURE CO., Chase Clty, Va.
IVaNTED, TO BUY SECOND-HAWD
harncss tools. Address G. 3, thls ofllce.
TAKE THE HINT.
TIRED BUSINESS MEN, WITH NER
vous Indlgestlon and Insomnln, are cured
bv uslng 1-Iariis's Antt-Dyspoptlc Wa.ter;
trv lt. .1. A. MORRIS & CO.. 111 North
Seventh Stroet. 'Phone 4S-2,
MEN'S SILK HATS^
SILK HATS TO. LET-OVER FOUR
hundred sllk hats?Dunlap, Knox nnd
Younmnii hats, latest styles, to IotJ
nlso we remodel sllk hats for tho publlc.
AMERICAN HAT CO., 90-1 East Broad
Streot.
CANDIES,
THERE ARE CANDIES AND CANDIES,
but our candles wo guornnteo to be
pure and fresh; grent nsscirtme.nl, \o and
20c. pound; speclal for Monday, Chnco
late Drops at 10c, pound. HUB CANDY
CO., ''03 E. Broad Street.
flATTRESS R PAIRINQ.
OLD HA1R MATTRESSES MADE OVER
- cuual to now by ADAM D1ACONT, 2223
Venablo Street. 'Phono 2550.
LAUNDRY NEWS"
.???.?.__?__-. .4
THREE THINGS PROMOTE PEACE IN
tho famlly:
NO. 1-GOOD MEALS FUR THE BOSS
& Co., clean llnen on the table. We re,
Boss, gettlng that ready for you.
NO. 2?PROMPT SERV1CE IN THE
way of dellvery. We'ro Boss on that,
NC. 3-CLEAN SH1RTS AND COU.ARS.
nlcely flnished, that well turned collar
and perfect llttlng shlrt, makes u man
feel like a Boss.
SEND US SAMPDE BUNDLE; IT'LL
plense vou, then we'll be Boss. 'Phono
4S1_. 723 .W. Cary, EAGLE STEAM
LAUNDRY.
LADIES' SPECIAL.
SUITS AND COATS OPENED DAILY; I
nnv taste or fancy may be had in stock |
or on order. PEMBERTON, PRICE .fc
f.'O._- ?
- ' WEDDING PRESENTS.
CHINA AND WEDDING PRESENTS
packed wlth care by JACOB UMLAF,'m'-5
West Maln Street._
NO MEDICINE. "
I WILL CURE W1THOUT MED1CJ.NE
nll broken watches and jewelry; 1 only
use best materlal nnd my 20 years' ev
perlence; lowest prices. JOHN SCHEER,
Jeweler, No. G North Ninth. near Main.
===?=== . -===-:?? : .. __
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING.
PHONE 2S73 FOR W. A. "MOUNTCAS
tlo & Co., Plurnbcrs and Gas Fltters, 612
E. Clay Street.
CARPETS, CURTAINS AND SHADES.
CARPETS LAID, CURTAINS HUNG.
Shades mtido' to order; Awning storecl
fer iho wlnter free of charge. O. Lt'.
NORVELL, 2.11 N, Sixth Street. .'Phone
4SC.
DOLL HOSPITAL.
DOLLS, TOYS AND BR1C-A-BRAC RE
palrcd; work will be called for. 'Phono
3113; 531 N. Fourth Street.
UPHOLSTERING.
FURNITURE BEPAIRED AND REUP
holstercd ns good as new; nlso .slip cov
ers mode to ordor. JACOB UMLAUF, ,
7H5 W. Maln Stieet, j
LEVY, THE UPHOLSTERER. MAKES !
mattro.?sos, cushlona and sllp covers to
ordor: W Hrook Avonue. 'Phono 103G.
MONEY .TO LOAN.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR BL'ILD A
house, tho GRANITE BUILDING
COMPANY wlll lend you the monov at
u. low rate of interest. repayuble month?
ly. State Bank Buildlng, 111 East Maln
Stroet;_
GUNNERS~SUPPUES. |
|?<VRG? ?\SSOiRTMENT OF sIis'iTTe*
und dijuble-burrol Broech-loadlng Guns;
iimimiulilons and hunters' outflts at low?
est prices at ELBA HARDWARE CO..
422 \V. Broad Street-.
wortTTseeing.
SHOW GROUNDS OF MER1T
? C'O., W. Grace nnd Cednr.
d^e_s""sU1ts For"hTre,
DHESS AND TUXEDO SUITS FOK HllU'J
at SCHNURMAN'S, 721 East Maln
Street._
~WAT^H~u"s^6iR~*A^"i^"_sT
A BTJSM WIND AND SET WATCIl FOR
Jlj dust-pioof nlcltel case, wllh Amer?
lcan movement; $3 ladli-s' solld go|(|
chatelaln Watch, wlth gold pln attach
Oll, '112.60.
$12.60 20-YEAR GOLD FILLED CASES,
wllh Elglu or Waltham movements,'
cnu'l bc beal, J12.60.
2611, SILVER THIMBLES, WELL MADE
flne oiiea at 60c.; sllvor with gold
baials, $1.26; sold gold unes, |3.
SCHAAF'S, 42ft E. Broad.
"BAKERY.
PLAIN FACTR-GOOD BREAD, .BEST
nf materlal and clennllness ls what tho
NEW YORK BAKERY serves you; glvo
us a trlal nnd Vou wlll hnvo 110 other;
41(i \V. Broad. 'Phono 25SS.
"jewelry.
WANTED, LADIES AND GENTLBMEN
to Inspect Uie flne seloctcd stock of
Watches, Clocks, Juwplory; Dlamonds.
Solld SHver niul Plated Wuie to be sold
at tho very lowest prices ut the r.llabla
jewelry establlshmont of j, WEIN
BTEIN'S, IM)1 E. Maln Street.
_____ .___ ,_____.?_
CUME AND LOOK AT THE $3.60 SLN^
gle-barrol Breech-loadlng Gun, worth
double; also our llno stock of double
barrcl Guns; we can glvo you some sno
clal barg.ilns. BRl.'CE HARDWARE
CO., -M'.'E. Mari-hall Street.
BOILERS AND ENGINEO. . |
AT A HARUAIN-O.NE wj H. f. HOII..ER
nnd IV H- 1'- Englne, both In flr?t*c| <ss
ciindltloii and but Ultle ui'c-d. BOSTON
BRlClv, CO., South Bo.tvii, \'_, 1
The Tcc-Dcc Money Prize.
A fourth prlze waa awarded last weok ln tho Toe-Dee Money Con?
test. The amount of thls pti.e wns flfly conls, nnd wns won by
Paul A. Hohtlny, Klng Ooorgo Coiirflioitse, Va., who drew tlio pln
ttifo and wrolc tlie verso below.
H'ow doth the busy T.-D. Ad.
Improve oach passing mlnute?
Why ho opens your einpty pockotboolc,
And stuffs the dollars in lt.
PERSONALS.
SAUER'S EXTRACTS FOR PEOPLE OF
Inste. _?
SAUER'S EXTRACTS ARE THE BEST.
SAUER'S EXTRACT3 HAVE THE
llnvor. _.?
SAUER'S EXTRACTS HAVE THE
strength. _ _.
SAUER'S EXTRACTS ARE USED H_
mllllons.
SAUER'S EXTRACTS ARE SU.PERICR
to nll others. _
SAUER'S EXTRACTS ARE NOT DOC
tored up. .'?
SAUER'S EXTRACTS STOOD THE
test of years,
I BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO MY FRIENDS
and the public that I have agaln asso?
clated myself wlth tliq Men's Clothl:ie
Department of O. H. BERRY & CO.,
where Iwlll be pleased to welcome and
servo you ln-your clothlng necds. ,As
surlng you that 1 am at all tlmos ap
preclatlve of your favors, I am very
respectfu'lly, L1NDSEY W. ALLEN.
WIRING OF ALL KINDS DONE NEAT
ly and qulckly. Call and see our novelty
dlsplay. You should havo a Parker elec
trlc button, showlr.g hlm In true colors.
Hurrahl We sell them. "Ever-rendy
goods; batterles for all kinds. ELEC
TRIC NOVELTY APPL1ANCE CO.,
Fivo-Ten E. Main Street.
CHALRS RESEATED AND REED FUR
nlture repalred; the only place ln the
clty where you can have your baby
carrlases repalred properly. as we
nre manufacturers. OLD DOMINION
WILLOW AND RATTAN WORKS, No.
400 North Seventh Street. _
SHIPMENTS OF FALL GOODS AR
rlvlng dally; wc can certalnly please
you. Hemember you can open an aceouni
lf you wish, and that our prices are
tho lowest. OSTRANDER'S. 200 Wesi
Broad.
WANTED. PEOPLE TO K...W THAT
I repalr all kinds of stoves and range.
int lowost prlces; buy and sell ull kind.
of household goods. D. LANDOW, 529
West Broad.
ASK FOR RUSSELL'S ANTI-ROACH
Powder; posltlvely destroya water bugs
and cock roachos; all drugglsts, 10c. or
wlll be rnalled on recelpt of prlce by W.
F. EANES, Twenty-llfth and Lelgh.
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS VISIT
Ing tho Horso Show are cordlally InvL-d
to uso tlio dark room of tlio ORIGINAL
DAVIS GALLERY, M7 E. Broad Street,
free of cost. ,
COLD WAVE IS~~COMING. WINDOW
Glass nt THE BRUCE HARDWARE
COMPANY, No. 5CS East Mnrshall St.
'Phone 1928._ _
ROBES IN CREAM. WHITE AND
Blnek, sultnble for the Horse Show or
nnv evenlng function. PEMBERl'ON,
P11ICE & CO,
TuEaIT ESTATE LOANS. LOW RATE,
monthlv pay men ts. GRAN1TE BUILD
ING COMPANY. Ull East Main Street.
DKGSH AND TUXMDO SUITS FUR HIKI'J
at SCHNURMAN'S, 721 East iualn
Street. _
LADIES' FINE UCr SHOES, $1.50.
ALBERT STEIN, Flfth .und Brond.
NOTICE.
i
mTsCOE lT GARNETT IS HEAD-;
qurfrtei. for latest style hats aud gonta
fiirnlshliigs of all dcscrlptlons; Kigntn
and Main Streets. _ _
MUSOOE TT GARNETT IS POSITIVE
Iv the sole .ngent for Stetson's Derby
and npeelal style Soft Hats; ___-lU.li
nnd Main Stroots.
FRANCIONE'S RESTAURANT IS THE
only plapn In tlie clty that makes oys
ter. a speolalty nll the year round, anu
guaranteoK one pound Porter House
Stenlc for '3c; ono dozen Lynnhaven B y
or llom Harbor Oystors, 20c. on hulf
slioll, and ono do.en fr.v for 30c.; a.so
employs nll whlte servants. Tlio cholce t
of ov.ryi.ln_- ln season; qulck nurvlco
nnd polltn ntteiitlon, AVInes and Llquor.;
Inipoi-t.d nnd domostlc. Ludlrs' prlvate
dinlng rooms upstalrs; Furnished i-ooius,
wlth bath. Open day mid nlght, at
FRANCIONE'S, 906 nnd 907 East Broad.
'Phono 1252.
wirrvTsfrTo notify our Tj__tom ?
ers that GEORCIE WEST, our drlver for
a number of years, ls no Inngcr In our
employ. Wn tliank you for pn.t putron
ane, hoplng a contlnuulice of thn surne.
Respoctfully ' yours, S O U T H E R N
STEAM LABNDRY, Porry Broe,. Prop.
MKRCIIANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY. 110
South FoiiKliee, J. M. BOS.IEUX, Prop..
sucees.or to Fox's Parcel Dellvi-ry,
'phono 3352, wlll pay llve dollars lu gold
to tlie poison .endlng us n postul oard
ognt-aiiiliiK tho most word. l>.v Novem?
ber 1st.
ONLY PLACE IN TOWN WHER13
plng-pong photographs nro made nt
ORiGINAI, DAVIS GAI.I.ERY, 817 E.
Broad Strret.
wTlAT WE SELL WE KNOW ABOIJ'.'.
No secpudB oi- tmperfect goods nllowo.l
ln the store. Samples sent whon T.o?
quested. PEMBERTON, PRICE _? CO.
DRESS A ND TUX EDcTsU ITS FUH HIMI.
nt SCHNURMAN'S, 721 East Main
Street.
COCA-COLA KOUNTA1N TJCKETS. AR10
also good for Coea-Cola In tho BOTTLE.
, ' confectioneries.;
THE R1C1IEBT SWJSS MILK, THE
linest Cpcoa beaus, tlie puro.t augur,
by the grentcat care aro trunsforim-d
Into "CAII.I.KR'S CHOCOLATE," olean
ly wrappod on hy.ieulc pi'lnclpl.s. Be
waro of nml rel'u.o all Imltulloii*. AU
9viUc-cUvnei?,
COAL, WOOD AND ICE.
EUGENE T. LONG- IS STILL SELLING
orlglnal growth- plno wood, ono cord
$4.75; ono cord oak $5.25. I havo on hand
ull kinds ot domestic coal. 1 sell tho
?noted Canelton Lump Spllnt, tha bost;
prlces on thls la surprlslng to those buy?
ing now, but won't stand at thls very
much longcr; order now. Two yards:
Bowe and Marshall Streets, 'Phone KJ20;
Gilmore and Clay, 10G9.
WE'RE AFTER YOU; WE'VE GOT THE
rlght prlces on all kinds of fuel. Try u
ton ol our Cnnnelton Spllnt, only $6.50;
gentilno Fire Creek Lump Coal, $5.5).
Why pny the samo prlce ? for lnferlor
coal/ QUARLES &. WINGHELD, Sev
enteenth and Washington Streets.
? 'Phone 10S3.
BARGAINS FOR CASH?CORD SAV _D
Plne.Wood, $5.60; Oak Wood, $ll;'Anthra
clte, Lump Spllnt, Flro Crcck and Coke
nt lowest pricea. TYLER & RYAN,
Llnden and Cary. 'P'liono 1979.
HALF CORD GOOD SAWED PINE
Slab dellvered for $2.50. QUARLES &
? WINOF1ELD. Seventeenth and Wnsh?
lngton. 'Phone 10S3.
$1.25 FOR HALF CORD KlLN-DRIED
Kiridllng Wood. dellvered, So,? or 'phone
J. B. LACY for cheap cooklng fuel
CARRIAGES AND \VAGONS.
FOR SALE-A SPLEND1D ASSORT
ment of socond-hand vehlcles, In good
order; one Landau cnrrlage, $50; now
*? \_agons of my own manufacture In stock
. at the cnrrlage factory of CONRAD
GROSS, 29 West Broad Street.
HAVE YOUR RUBBER TIRES RE
placed at B. C. BRISTOW'S, the money
saver, who Is uslng the Kelly Sprlng
tleld Tlres; all work guaranteed to stuy
on; 19 South Fifteenth.
LARGE. COMPLETE STOCK OF F1RST
c-lass Buggles. Surreys, Phaetons, Run
abouts and Traps at the rlght prlcos.
Call nnd see them. SAFETV BUGGY
CO.. 1309 East Muin Street.
BARGAINS.
FOR EARLY FALL. WHY NOT . BUY
one of thoao Royal Hodtnrs? Wlll
make your fuel bill'le... X)nly $3,93.
BRUCE HARDWARE CO. ,
ALL SILK TAFFETA, ALL NEW
-hading.. at 10... speclal valuo, worth
ISlie. Pi-M'BERTON. PRICE & CO.
_AMP_)EI i_AX.ES' AND MEN'S SI10ES,
all loather and blg values, $1.25. AL?
BERT STE1N, Flfth nnd Broad.
DRESS AND TUXEDO SUITS FOrTiTrT.
nt . SCHNURMAN'S, 721 East .Main
Street._
MISCELLANEOUST"
100 WOOD HEATERS ONLY $1.25 EACll
whllo they last at BRUCE HARDWARE
CO., No. 50S East Marshan, 'Phono
1928.
I.YENING SHADINGS IN THE SILK
nnd Wool Eollans; nothlng so dres'y at
$1. PE.MBEftTON, PR1CE & CO.
DUESS AND ?!C_X__>Q SUl iri l>'OH i-ltiif.
? nt SCHNURMAN'S, 721 EnslMiln
Street.
PIANOS AND ORGANS. ?
THREE-FOURTIJS OF THE PIANOS
luned and repalred ln thls elty Is dono
by FERGI.'SSON DROS. Wo havo four
llno tuners and 1-egulntoin. FERGUS
SON BROS.. 11 West Broad.
TEE-DEE BRJIN.HES
Tlu- followlng' Branch OHIkoh liriyu
been r.tnhlislmd for thn benellt of
those llvlng at a dlstanco from tho
Main OllU-o of Tlio Times-Dlsputeh.
Tlio Tco-D*e Wants left nt nny ,of
tliene hrnnolies wlll rcoelvo tlie snm<?
crirefitl ntlcilllon ns though they hud
beon left nt the Main Olllce, nml thero
wlll bo'no e.trn. cost to the [idvprtlHcr:
SLAUGHTER'S DRUG STORE, Twen
ty-flfth and Venable Streets, .
W, F. EANE8,.Twenty-flfth .nd Lelgh
Streets.
A. A, SCOTT, Twenty-flfth and Broad
Streets,
ROBT. J. WILLIAMS, Twontyflrst
and Marshall Streeta, /
R, H, M. HARRISON, Foushee and
Broad Streets.
G, W, LATIMER, No. 800 West Mar?
shall Street,
THOMPSON'S DRUQ STORE, No, 1621
West Main Street,
I, L, BEVERIDGE, Brook Avenue and
Clay Street.
RADY'S DRUQ STORE, Barton
Helghts.
PEOPLE'S PRUQ STORE, No. 3300
Wllllamsbiirn Avenue, Fulton.
ROBIN'S PHARMACY, No, 200 East
Marshall Street,
CITY PRUQ STORE, No. 1444 East
Main Street, corner Fifteenth.
JUDSON CUNNINGHAM, . No. 2027
East Main,1 corner Twentyflrst,
PINE STREET PHARMACY, No. 334
South Plno Street.
POINPEXTER-KIRK-PARRISH QO?
No. 418 East Broad Street,
THE PARAQON PHARMACY, No, 402
North Sixth Street,
EATON PHARMACY, Twentyelnhth
and N Streets.
SEWING MACHINES.
ALL MAKES, FROM *lfl UP. PAP.TS
furnlshed for nll mnchllies; eleanlng and
lepalrlng a speclalty; all work guaran
leed. NEW HOME OFFICE, 0u2 East
Btoad
LOOK AT THtH BARGAIN FOR A FKW
dnvs only: A $.*'.2.on New lilrnl Sewlng
M-iehlne for S1S.00. Como. whllo they
last. NEW HOME OFFICE, 002 Enst
Bl'oiul ^Ireol,_'L
ROOFING,
Ta'ji'rOOFINO PAPER-2-PLY, 76 CTS.
a Roll; 3-ply 0.5 c_i. a Roll, wlth cnps
aiui nulls, nt BRUCE HARDWARE
COMPANY, No. 60S Enst -Mnrsh.'ill Blrcct,
DELICATESSE.
^CAUAAilVH- OENUINE IMPORTED
Swlss Mllk Chocolnto, delielous, pure,
rlch and wholesomc, All confectlont-rs.
WATCH BARGAINS.
ON15 NO. M 'Elxn'^Nl^K^ELr'ELGIN
movement, gciHiiiie ruby Jewels, c'.st
at wlKilc-ale JH7.50, lu 14-k. gold ca-c,
rost jso when bought; can now bo
bought for $20.00 cash; lt ls a bargaln;
parlv neods money. Another hunt ng,
10 slr.e, gold sUIYened caso, warranied
10 years, wlth nlce Elgln Inovoment,
warranlcd 6 years alid kept ln order 2
years free; others get |25 tor same, my
prlco Monday $9 cash; have g >t others
comlng ln; also tliamonds, \?atch llila
bargnln sheet dally aud see NUDD, the
Jeweler, 222 East Broad.
THREE WATCHM'AKEBS, THREE EN
gravers, two jewelry repairers, four
clock repairers always busy at NUDD B,
tlie Jeweler, 222 li". Broud) Streot.
TAKE YOUR WATCHES TO NUDD; 300
people satlslled In thirty days; 222, East
Broad Siroct._ ?:.
AWNINGS AND SHAD_1_
HAVE YOUR AWNINGS TAKEN DOWN
by rcspnnslblo peoplo; awnlngs siored
freo ol chargo. also covered by Insur
ance; shades mado to ordor. 'Phonu 2576.
M. G. COIMSUVND CO.. 108 N. Ninth St.
*~'" ' PRINTINCt.
TRY US ON~PRlNTlNCi; WE KNOW
we "an suit you. TAYLOR <fe TAYLOR
PRINTING CO-. Qulck Frinturs, No. 1
Governor Street._
(5andy.
none so delicious as "cailler's"
Importcd Swlss Mllk Chocolnto. Just
try It once. All confectior.ers havo lt.
TRUNKS. ~
SPENCE'S TRUNK FACTOKY. 01S EAST*
Broad Streot, wants your trunk and
satchol repalring. E. II. SPENCE, Shoo
and Trunk Houso.
WANTED, YOUR TRUNK REPAIR1XO.
RICHMOND TRUNK MFO. CO., 50S
Bruok Avenue. 'Phone 2i*>6_
-?H0E Rtj.A1RJyQ SPECIAL.
j FOR WEEK ENDIN GOCT. 22D: CUT
i (,ut. thls coupon and send wlth shoes and
1 we wlll glvo the followlng cash rako off:
I 75c. nten's hulfsolcH, 60c; tiOc; ladies' hatr*
i soles, 40c; 40c.. chlldren's hhlfaolos, 25c.
;' No red leather soles, only the best
leather 'mude?"Rock Oak." Every palr
I stltched- on electrlc atitch.r; no rlpplng.
| no snueuklng. no nalls to tear the sock3,
Rubber Heols, 33c. net. Our own mako
sewod Worklng Shoes, pllable and
I atrong, $2. DREWS ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY, 71G E. Maln Streot. 'Phone
2G67.
LUNCH PARLORS.
C 11 E S T E R F 1 E L D LUNCH ROOM.
Twelfth and Maln Streets; regular dln
ners 25c; hot lunch 15c; tho best In tho
clty; glve us n trlal.
IMPORTED.
'CAlLLEIfS" IS THE IDEAL CHO
colnte and clalms the hlghest rank aa
n dellcacy. AII confectloners.
DAMAGED WHEAT.
ONLY FEW HUNDRED BAGS RE
muinlhg; hundred pound bags, $1.05 each.
Anuly Warehouse, Seventeenth and
Dock Streets, WARNER MOORE & CO.
COLLEGE FLAGS.
COLLEGE FLAGS, ANY DESIGN,
made lo* order at ahort notlco. M. G.
COPELAND CO.. 108 N. Ninth._
BU_-1NL_-S QPPQRTUNITIES'
TllAVE SEVERAL PATENTS; THE
artlcles covered by thom can be suc
? cessfullv and prolitably mSHc on a
Hiimll capital; I wlsh to sell or Interest
capital in the inanufacture of thom.
Sumples can bo scen at 21 South Plne
Street, Richmond. Va.
\\"A?n*loD PA RTN ER- WANTED, sT
h-nt partnor wlth somo money to push
well establlshed business. Address J. lo,
thls olllce._
SOMETHING DELICIOUS." ~
?T*"A1LLER'S" GENUINE IMPORTED
Swlss Mllk Chocolate. Rcfuso nll others
untll you try thls. All ennfoc.Uonors.
SPECIAL WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
THIS WILL INTEREST YOU-NIJDD.
Ihe Jeweler, ilU E, Broad Street, will
put your clocks in order, guarantee
thehl 2 years; send nn expert Engllsh
clockroaker wceklv to wlnd and reglllate
for small cost. Tno romurk of Ihe town
Is; "lt seems good to see the correct
tlme by our clocks." Send postal to
NUDD, Jeweler, 222 East Broad Street,
and will call.
_|AIN SPRINGS. WARRA-NTlE) 2
yeat'li, best sprlngs, 60c; clean your
watch In good ordor, guarantee lt 2
years, 50c; cryiitals, others get 10e. for.
|0<\N1'DD, Jeweler. 222 E. Broad Straet.
SCHOOLS.
ART SCHOOL
OF THE I
MT CLUB 0F RICHMOND,
MISS HARRIOTTU LEE TALIAFERR0,
lNKTIlUt TOIt.
Session Begins Octob.r 16,1904.
For cntnlogiies. oto., apply to
MISS ELIZABETH RODMAN SELDEN,
Secretary and Treasurer,
301 S. Tlllrcl Street, - Richmond, Va.
Mile. de LABANOWSKI'S
FRUNCH CLASSES
Wlll Reopen October 17th.
At 201 East Maln.
UNIVERSITY C0UE0E1
0F MEOICINE,"i?HH_tN?,A?
HliDICIIlE?DEIiTISTirT-'FH<RIWACY
{Modern Laboratories la chargo of ipcclalisu,
Quii System. Buperior Cliuic*.
Uedside teachiog In our pwu Hotplttd,
For dttailed Information. wrltj>THgPROCTOR.
The Valentine Museum.
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN tO A.' M. TO 5 P. M.
ADMISSION. sac.
FREE ON SATURDAYS. ?
TWELFTH AND CLAlf STREETS
OpiuiB dally (rom 9 A. M. to 5 P, M. ?
Adni'iislyn, ii cisnts. Fieu on Sutur.juy,
LEGAl- NOTICES.
vlTtfl I N I A-1N TH'Fr~CIL\.V(.'l-.Ri
? COURT OF THE CITY OF RICH?
MOND, THE 1TII DAY OF OCTOIIKK
loni. ?
Davld Luther Mlller.l'liilntin,
vs.
Allce K'ltlle Mlller,.Dofmiduni.
(IN CHANCBRY.)
The object of thls suit Is to ohlnln nn
nbsoltltr.dlvorce by the |)lnlnllff fl-nm tio
defenrianl, |
And allldavll. havlng been mado 111 d
Dled thnt the dofciidnnt. Is not n roaldeht
of the Stale of Vlrglnia, lt ls ordered lhat
sho nppoar li'oro wlthln flfteon dr.ys nfter
rlue publlentlnu nf llil* order and du
what mny br necnswiry to protcet her I:.
terest ln thls suit.
A copy?Tnstc:
tJllAS. 0, SAVILLE, Clerk.
P.' Albert Smlth, p. f|.
oct 0-lnw-IW _ _ _
t N THE U11ANCJ.RV COURT'OF THl'l
1 CITY OP RICHMOND, THE lo'l II
DAY OF OCTOBER. 190-1,,
M. A. Foster, wlio SUOJJ, <Vtc.PlnlntllT,
vs.
A. S. Foster.IJefeiHlnnt.
(IN CHANCERY.)
The object of thls suit ln lo obtnlti a
dlvorce from bed nnd board for Ihe plain?
tiff agalnst - the dcfeiid.int mi tho grointtl
of wllful iibandonmnnt nnd _s?.rtl6nr; nnd
when anld wllful nbamlotiinent, niul de
scrtlon shall have continued lot- ,h . ,;
yenrs to Obt.ln a dlvorce from the bondll
nf mntrlmony for tho plaintiff ng.tliist tho
defondant.
And allldnvlt havlng been mnde nnd flicd
that A. S. Foster Is not n resldont of tho
State or Vlrglnln. lt Ih ordered thnt be
nppenr hero wlthln flftceh days nfter di e
publlcatlon of this order nnd do what -n
liucessnry to protect hls Interest ln thls
suit.
And It Is ordered that thls cnuse, whloh
Is now at rules, romnln there to be ma
turcd as the law dlrects.
Copy?Testc:
CIIAS. O. SAVILLE, Clerk.
Oct 13-law-lw
THE UNITED STATES OF AME1UCA;
EA8TERN DISTRICT OF VIR?
GINIA.
Whcreas, on the 6th dny of October.
1ML John I.irkln llled a llbel ln rem and
personam In the Dlstrict Court of tho
Unlted Stntes for tho Eaatern Dlstrict of
Vlrglnia agalnst the Steam Tug E. V.
M'CAULEY, her boatg, tackle, appirel
nnd furnlture, ln a cnusn of for reason
and cause stated ln said llbel, civil und
marltime.
And whereas, by vlrtue of process In due
form of law, to mo dlroctcd, returnnble
on the 11th day of October, 1901, 1 havo
selzod. and tnken the said Steam Tug E.
V. McCnuloy und have her ln my custody.
Nollce Is hereby glven. that a Dlstrict
Court wlll bo held In the Unlted States
court-room, ln the clty of Rlchmond. Va.,
on tho 21st DAY OF OCTOBER, 1901. for
the trlal of.sald premlses, nnd tho owner
or owners, and all persona wlio may hnvo
or claim any Intereat, nre hereby clted io
be nnd appear at the tlme and plnce aforc
sald. to show cause, if any they havo. fthy
a flnal docrco should not pafis ns prayed.
MORGAN TREAT,
U. S. Marshall.
Bv XV. F. Gray, Ofllce Deputy U. S.
Murshall.
Abner C. Goode. Proctor for Lltiellaiit.
V IRGINIA-IN THE CHANCERY
v COURT OF THE CITY OF RICH?
MOND. THE 15TH DAY OF OCTOB-1R.
11)01.
Edgar D. Tnylor and Goorge L. Chrlstlan,
Exors. of Sam'l. S. Cottrell, deceased,
P|alntlffa,
agalnst
James R. Gordon and James G.Whltloek.
Executors and Trustees under the will
of Char.es E. Whitlock, dee'd.; any per?
sons (If nny) who may bo Interested ln
the property herclnaftor dcscrltel.
whose nnmes are unknown; the hciM
and personal repreaentatives of lra.
Tlchenor, Trustec; Mary J. Chlld.. Cal
vln J. K. Chllds. Mary Ann Cralg. who
wns Mary Ann 'Chllds, - nnd Artnu'n
Chlld. (If any such thero bo), whb._
nnmes and resldence are unknown.
Dofondants.
(IN CHANCERY.)
The object of thla ault are to remov*
.ny cloud that may exlst on the tltle of
n certaln lot, frontlng twonty-nlne feet
six Inches on tho west slde of Elght li
Street,- between M'ain and Cary Strofets.
ln the clty of Rlchmond, bclonglr.g to tle
estate of Samuel S. Cottrell, deceased. nnd
to dhect thnt James R. Gordon and
James G. Whitlock. Executors and Tru_
lees under the wlll of Charles E. Wh'.tloci:,
deceased, who have eontracted to pur?
chase said lot, be required to take tbo
somo. nt the prlce and on tho term.
agreed on.
And the blll statlng thnt there may be
persons Interest ln the subject to bc ois
posed of. whose n.imos are unknown. nnd
havlng made such persons defendaiits nv
tho general descriptiou of partles un?
known. and allldnvlt. Imvlng been mndo of
tbe fact thnt tho said parllos are ini
known, lt ls ordored that nnid unknown
partles appear here wlthln llfleen dny.
after the due publlcatlon of, thls order,
and do what is necessary to protect .nelr
in'K'r'o.t ln thls suit.
A copy?Testo:
CIIAS. O. SAVILLE, c.eik.
Chrlstlan & Chrlstln.ii, p. i|
Oct 20-law-4w
AMUSEMENTS.
ACADEMY.
Frlday, Mntl
nec and Nlght.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE
YOUNGEST AMERICAN STAR,
In a Revival of Her Greatsst Success ?
Her Lord and Master
As Orlginally Produced 200 Nlghto In
Now York Clty.
Prlces: Matlnee?$1, 75c. 50c, 25c.-;
Nlght?$1.50, $1. 75c,, 50c. .Sal', 25c
/.LAUfcluI . Matlnee and Nl.h't.
John C, Flsher's Stupendous produc?
tlon of THE SILVER SLIPPER.
A Superb Company of 100 people.
Augmented Orchestra of 15 sololstr..
PRICES: Mnt.--51.ri0, $1,00, 7.r,c,
50c, 25., Night? .1. fiil, JLOO, COoV,
35o? 25c,
ATAI-PMV Wednesday, Oct.
t\yt\uCin I ? Matlnee and Nl.l
23th,
ht.
Coming, Ibser.'s Masterploco
" GHOSTS,"
V/ITH CLAUS BOGEL.
Dlrectlon Geo. H. Brennan Co. (Inc.)
A PLAY THAT MAKES YOU THINK.
Every NlKht. Matlnee Tlunwlny
und SutiiriJuy,
W. A. Brady's Musleal Success,
FOXY GRANDPA.
Wlth Joseph Hart and Conlc
I De Molr,
All Next Weeks
LOTTIE WILLIAM.,
ln "Only A Shop Glrl."_
SPECIAL HORSE _HOW NOTICE.
?Accni.nt of tho Rlchmond lloiro ilhnv,
Uio Atlniitlc Coust Llno niimiunc... a
ruto of on., faro' plus 'flfty cents for thu
round U'lp, wnlch lnclu.es uiio ndimsuh.ii
to the show, from ull polnlH on lts Une'
between Rlchmond und Wuldon, N. ,c.
Tlckets wlll ho o?ld Oqtober llith lo 2.d,
lnclusive, wlth flnal rulurn linilt OoUi
ber _l, 100-1. Thls llne wlll iilso hold II?
lialn, No. 33, now scheduled to leavo
Rlohinond at ll:Su P. M. for Pofei.bui-tf
untll 12:00 intdnlght, Ootober ' 18th, ltfUi,
_0lh. L'l-t nnd 22d/ Thla la tlio must con-.
vbnlonl und couvfortable routo.
O, S, CAMl'IipLL,
Dlvlslon I'lpiseucer Agent.
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