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ONE CENT PER WORD when pittd In nrivance. No Ad, takcn for Ic..* tlian TEN CENTS. NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS whon phoncd ln or charged at the counter. FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS Phone Monroe 1 for the WANT AO MAN to call. ? Jlosr. anti jfounu. LOST, mtlN.JLE BUl-L l'i:i'l'V. ninh months old; hiidjihn collar wltli brasw taekn; answorH to tlio uunioot Fudge. Liberal reward It returned to li. WHITLOCK, 431 Enst Brond. B1 .... _U.JH-?UL.it- BBgg_??--.-uaa-iL-i &elp Wianttti, iitdli. LEARN HAIiBSMANBHtP: EARN jl.onn to $5,000 per year; we furnlsh atu donta po-Ulont* whure they can earn U00 per month whlle sludyliiK PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF HALES MANSHII', Now Haven, Conn._ JWANTBD. IN EVI5RV CITY ANU town ln Htuto, organlzers for tlrst Clnsn fnttcrnnl bcn-MH nsfloclatlon; riovel and unln.no plan; llno oppor unlty; send thrco referencoa. Bo.*c 45. Nowport News, Va. HIOH-CLASS MEN FOR BTAT0 OH district rnanngor, Virglnla: excluslve terrltory glven, not BOldj must b competent to handle fleld men, glve referenco atul liond. NATIONAL IlKAL ESTATE EXCHANQE, Bnld, Okla._ WANTED. AT ONCE, A FIRST-CL-...S bread nnd ruUe btikcr. Apply 117 East Main Strcet. C. II. ItoriS. WANTED7KOBl.lt WlfITI. MAN~~MA.-l rled, tb work Btnall farm and at tend to stock. AddroKH Box 3-1, lt. P.-D. No. 2. Glen Allen, Va. WANTED. A MAN WHO CAN TAKE chargo of a woodworklng plant and get out complete houaos from plans and apcciniatlutiH <lra\vn by archl tects; a good thlng for tho right mnn, ('nll 209 Atnfcrlcan Natlonal Bank Bulldlng, 10 to 12. W, E. JONES. _ ?WANTED," ~i'"II*"TY '"l.AlJUIU.HK AT Brond and Madlson Btroets Tuesday mornlng al 7 o'clock. CHBWNINO _. GRIMES. WANTED; MAN TtTwOI.K"tiN EAl'.M. whlte or colored: inut-t furnish good references. Apply at 815 EaBt Broad Street, up-talrs. \_ WTT^i_D7~EX->EBlENCED IN .STA L ment manager to tako charge of re? tail credit elothln*. ntore. Addresa K 882. care Tlmes-Dlspatrh. _tat Ing age. experlence and references. WANTED, A yTSiTtT. As"t)Kl'lCE BOV and iiii.iHnK clerk. Apply iii own hand-rvrltlng. Ktute amount of scliool Ing. J _.1-. caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. ?fe-tua-ton^tfiHarm.]. i.lai_. ITS It __ G I 8T E'RBD DRUG CLERK, wlth live yoarn* experlence, wants posltion by March 15. Can furnlsh very best references. Address H .21. care Tlmes-Dlspatch, TOl "Nt i M A N. T \V EN T V - (iN if Y1 ".A 11:?> Old, de-Klres posltion ln wholcsale of !!? ?!?'; experlence and good record fur? nlshed. Address B C-2. care Tlnio.? 1 ilspatch. WANTKD. BV A V< ii "N'f MAnTtWI.n" ty-three y-nm ol age, clerlcal poul tion: thoroughly experlenced in of f\ct, work; can uso typewritcr. Ad? dress J 83S, rar? Time?-Plspatch. WANTED. POSITION IN DI.UO STORE bv young man of ftve years" ???.perl Ptir. ln retail drug business: now emploved; Al references. Address O 780, >-"'ro Tlmes-Liispatch. TRAVEIiINO SAJ-ESMAN. .iB-K It l B1". in open for position wlth Wholesale dry goods and notlon house; twenty flve. years' experlence, t-overing parts of North antl s-.outh Carollna and well ORtahllsh?-d trade; la.it y.-ar Balf-K about J.n.000; ran furnlah best of references; salary $1,800 and ex pense.i. Address WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. care Times-Dispatch._ MIPDLE - A OEI~m"a'n OP EX1' ER I - ence deslres poidtlon vith good house on the road; grocoriea or shoes pre? ferred; references furnlshed. Ad drcss Box 213. Aberdeen. N- C. "H?_Ip_ ^anttfcTjf tmalt. YOCNG LADY WITH SOME KNOW L edgo of bookkeeplng to take charge of our local bllllng and account* Apply at. onee SOUTHERN -jTAMP AND STATION ERY CO. Aak for Mr. Rosendorf. XOUNG LADIES AND GIRLS DESIR ln-r posltlons wlth pleasant sur roundl3.es and good pay cannot do bstt.r than write or apply to THE WHITLOCK BRANCH. Twenty-thlrd and C_ry Streets. Richmond. \a. WANTED. A COOK. APPLY AT 100 North Llnden Street._ __________ Wanted. -Ttenographer. once or twlco a week, to answer corre Fpondenco; no beglnners. Answer. with referencea and prlco per sheet, ?p. O. Box -124._ WANTED. AT ONCE. "a THOROUGHLY experlence. cook; good salary to rlght. .party. 710 East Graco Street. WliNTl-D. RELIABI-E WOMAN TO help in a home and to help in cook Inrr when needed; to live as one or tho famlly or salary. Address MRfa. G. A. CREASY. Mount" Alry, .va ?WANTED. A THOROUGHLY COMPE tent atenographer; ono wlth somo idea of tho uso of the English lan? guage. No beglnners need apply. Hours, S:30 to 5:30; Saturdaye till 2 Pay good. Addresa D 673. care Times-Dispatch, &>tmaF.ottFMan^^ good worker. Call 12- ^orth Elghth. Help, iflalc anti jf emale. WANTED,' LATHE-TURNER, 1NSPEC tors. sa-wyers, blacksmlths. wagon body makers, offlco holp (bookkeep crs, stonograplfers, olerks), snlosmen, saleslitdles. PIEDMONT EMPLOY MENT AGENCY. Durhlitn, N. C._ MASSAGE TAUGHT. Dr! SIMMONS, tho Osteopath, 122 North Elghth Street. t_:. ',,.-,. ??---=? < _Btifi!tttC?(-i -ftypQr.um-.e~-. ^NB^XSASSv^fO^^vS^ORS^T^ patent good ideas. JOHN WEDDER BtTRN, Capuallat, Brookland, D. C. _ ^f61i-0"BILI-ST^-'T_-Ts~IS THK 'HME ' to havo your car repalred and ro palnted; get in shape foi* ntlldoi* weather, W. C. SMITH & CO., 314 North Fifth Streot, _ WtB HAVE AN EXCELLENT OFPOR tunlty for a business man to pur chaso on actlvo Intorest ln an oa tablished, woll paying and grnwlng business. Apply to HENRY S. HUTZLER & CO., Roal Estato Brokers, 1013 East Mnln Stroot. W-LLi'SEl-L .VN~-NTI'.I-i.KT [TflRST class paying Albemurlo Plppin oroh ard; no bottei* .Investmont. OWJSIER. care of Postir.aster, Charlottosvlllo, Va. ' _' aacntsf "iMant-li. XaENTS.-Av>I~HAVE A HOUS^llOl-JS artlclo of iq*1 morlt thnt agouts aro maklng $?? Tu $ii a day on, l'AR NEJ.L MFG. CO., Miuuil'_-turori.i, Box li, BJ-vaxaide, R. I. ftooms! for Benr. For' /itiOiS'T,' Foifit' oFFfctf 'RtJr)Ms< norrioi* Sorwnd nnd Broad. Apply nt FAMOIJH ci/vririNu co. WHEN YOU C?ijfl~TO RICHMOND stop whero you oan get a clean, comfortn hlfi bcrl for 50 conts; cctitral, reflnnd nelghborhood; froo uso ol 'phono and bath. Excellent meals served next door. No, 1002 Eait Clay,_ _ furnish ed nooMS ' for rent. 'I'hoiK! Madlaon 2P3fl?t> FURNISHED ROOMS" FoR^uInT AT sonu East L?l?h Street. 'Phone .Madlson 1770, ._ iiouMK_r-oiritT;NTri'i-;N"i'itAi.r.v w> cated, furnished or iinfuriilnhed. H07 Kast Qraco Stroet. LAROeT FURNISHED ' FRONT ROOM, for tlirco or moro persons; also oth? er rooms, cheap. 710 Eaat Frankiin Streot. v ftooms %WLantta. TWO IIOOMH, Ft.'ltNISHKI' f'OM plcto for houselceeplnjr. Stato price nml particulars, ,D OSO, earn Tlmea Dlspfttch, wantbdT By YOtWa LaTiY, vUJC nlshed room or room and board; f'uitli of I'liiy, I-'Iftli or Cary pre? ferred. Address Box r.fiR. jfettuations, professional. WANTF.D7 POSITION AS (iOV KRNI'HH by young lady of reflnoment and cul? ture, and who haa linrl much expc rlcncn In prlmary work. Address F 7fin. mro Tlnus-IitHpiitrii. JJoaro <Mante&. Y6i;.s*f;'i,Ai>v ' desi'r'es' nb'A'Bb In reflned private famiiy. west <>f Rich inond College. Address .1 837. care Tlmes-Dlspatch. Poarbing. LAROE, BRIGHT AND ATTRACTIVE rooniM for rent, wlth or without board. Reasonable ratos. Refer? ences requlred. 412 North Elghth Strcet. 'Phone Madlson 7500. WANTED. BoXltrJklYs FOR SECOND" story front; also table boarders. 203 Eaat Grace. W ANT iSI'. T \\'6~G"ENTL^MrT*^i^AliD^ cts ln privato famiiy; central loca? tlon: largo, healed room; hatli on same floor. 'Phono Madlson liTii-l* or address K 891, caro Tlraaa-Dls . i'a":>1- - WANTED. TWO GENTLEMEN OR inarrled couplc for bright front rbom, convcnlont to bath; board; private fai.illy. -117 South Thlrd Street. 'Phono Madlson 5561-L. &eal estate -Manteo. ^CNYfe'fO*cr6 v y^hou?e" an d"~lo't ln clty; prlcc must not oxceed |lt800, nuyer deslrea to deal wlth "-.vticr direct, Address G 731. care Times Plapntrb. WANTED, NEAR WESTIIaSpTON~OB Ashland Ilnr-s. to rent or buy. ine dlutn-slze house, or wlll purchasofew acres and bulld. Real estate ngents and others answer with particulars. G 7fl'J, caro Tiriu-s-Dlspatch. jReal ?state for g>ale. fXr^IB" ANtT"T1MBER"'LvVNIJU.?M*? new catalogue contalns 400 farma and tlmber lands; beat bargains in Virginia. 1 pay your rallroad fare. Wrlto for freo catalogue. Address J. B. ELAM. Box 267. Charlottosvtllo. Va._ FOR SALE, TWO VERY DE8IRABLB pieces of property ln Falrmount; easy terms; modcrate prices, in goou locality. wlth all modern conven lences. The ow ncr wants to sell ou account of leaving thc rlty. Apply 1201 North Twentleth street._ POR sTaLE.?HPECIAL MAttOAINS *1N lots on Floyd Avenue, Maln and Cary StreetF west of thn Boulevard. Apply 615 Brook Avenue. 'Phone Madison 1167. A NEW BRICK STORE. WEST BROAD. rentlng for JfiOO per year; mortgage, $3,"it.'i at ."i per cent.; nothlng as good; JS.750. Corner property. West Broad, 31x140. If vou rnlss this you wlll he sorry; jr,.onn. S-room good brick homo on Cary Street, Al condltlon. $3,300. Seven new dwelllnga and store, Jack? son Ward; wlll sell to net you 12 per cent. You next. AMOS & POIN? DEXTER. 11 in East Maln. FTmliALETrSTwEST end, several nice bdlldlng lots, clty Improvements. close to cnr; must sell. party needs money. Address A 577, care Tlnios Dlspatch-_ HAV1NG ABANDONED DEVELOP ment, I wlll sell Korest Lodge cheap. JOHN CUSSONS. Glon Allen, Va. VIRGINIA HOME FARMS WANTED for our Northern and Western home seekers. Have you any to sell? Write THE BOWE & VAN BLAR COM VIRGINIA HOME LOCATING AGENCY. Fond du Lac. Wla. ^ersonalSj. tTie clothing^sto'ck dF^scriA-i*^ Joseph & M-arks. 588 Broadway, New York, up-to-date tallors. ls now belng sold at 50e on the dollar at the FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.'S. Second and Broad. Como early and secure a bargain. . RI Cl'fMOND IfEFlNiNG COMPANY, 1703 East Cary Strept, Clty Contrao tors. Dead anlmals removed at once 'Phone Monroe S027. Buyers of tal low and bones. HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT aND SOLD at HUOHES'S. 209 Nortb Thlrd. BE SURE' TO"ATTEND.'TOMPKINS'S auctlon sale Wednesday. See auc? tlon salo advertlsement. 207 West Broad. LADIES, I NOW HAVE TN A FULL LINE OF NEW SAMPLES. BOTH TM PORTED AND DOMESTIC; AL,SO THE LATEST DESIGNS IN STYLES FOR THE SPRING. NOW IS THE TIME TO'GIVE THE ORDER FOR YOUR SPRING SUIT, SO AS TO 1N SURE GETTING IT MADE UP BE? FORE THE EASTER RUSH AND AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE. H, LEWIS, LADIES' TAILOR, 202 N FIRST STREET. 'PHONE MONROft 2565. THE LARGEST CREAM PUFFS IN elty, 24c a dozen, Thono 410. DRINKARD'S. WE ARE BIRDS. GOSH! WHAT A price on butter! Best Elgln at 37c per pound; Prints at 3Sc per pound; strlctly fancy dalry, 35c per pound. MARTIN & MARTIN, 307 N. Slxth. Phones: Madlson 1559, Monroe S64. MantetJ._ WAtfTETJ. TO BUY 'FOR CAStTChoXTsT^ hold goods In any Quantity. 'Phone Madison 38M. WANTED. 1,000 CHILDREN TO SEND papa or manima to OLD TOY TOMP KINS'S auctlon sales daily. WANTED. l^TRifaTuRE AND HOUSE - hold offects to sell at n.itctlon. Im mediato returns. MAYO SALVAGE CORPORATION. 1102 Ea3t Maln. 'Phono Madlson 7316. WANTED." WASHINO TO 3DO AT honje. No, 72Q'/j North Munfovd St,, wan'trix family WASHiNG.rioTa Prenllss Street. ANY~6NirWANTiNG A >TffsTrCLAHS wnshorwoman can call ordrop a pos? tal to 1203 Catherlno. Streot. Guar anteo to glvo entlre Hatlsfttotlon. WANT ED,. YOU TO ? 8A.M B* MONEY' BY placlng your order for awnlngswlth us now aiul let us have them ready for sprlng, ns prices wlll bo higher then. Call Madlson 7307. SOUTH-. ERN TEN-T-AND AWNING CO. DOCTOR WANTS GOOD LOCATfoNlN town or vlllago, North Carolina or Virginia. Addross Box 30, Charlotte, Va. WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that wo carry tho largest stock of vehicles ln tho elty; prices to sult. W. C. SMITH &, CO,, 314 Nortli Flfth. Street. - -*-, DAILY PUZZLE 6"" B-R R-R it's COLD! What trcr.7 ANSWER TO VKSTfcltrj.-Y'S PUZ7.LK. I'.llcnu; Jfor -f-.ale. THE CLOTHING STOCK OP SCHATZ. Joseph & Mnrks, 588 Broadway, New York, up-to-date tallors. ls now bolng sold nt 50c on the dollar at the FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.'H, Second and Broad. Come early und secure a barguin. FOR SALE. FORTY GENUINE U. S. McClellan saddles. RICHMOND llAR NESS CO., 18 North Elghteenth Street. LUMBER, i-ATHb, SHINGLES, SASH, blinds, doors. WOODWARD & SON, Nlnth and Arch. Richmond. Va. BUBNT WHEAT.?ANOTHER CAR load burnt wheat. $1.50 per 100 pounds; cheap; good feed for chlck? ens. W. J. TODD, .26 North Slxth Streot. ONE ()!?' THE MOST PROFITABLE grocory biisino..KCs in the West End for Biile at a bargain. Address F 706. caro Tlmcs-Dlnpatch. FOR SALE, 20-1 tORSEPOWER VER tlral boiler. 5(i-horsepower return tubular boiler. BLUFORD & CO. FOR SALE. NO.,1 NEW OROCERY ON Cary and Addlson Streets. Call ut No. 22 South Addlson._ WAGONS AND BUGOIE5 TO SUIT. you at RICHARDSON BROS.. 615 Brook Avenue._ A.UTOMOBILE. $375, 14-HORSEPOWER runabout. ln exeellent condltlon; tertng easy. Address G 730, care TlmeB-Dlspatch. _'__ JN THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1910, a.t 12:25 P. M., we wlll hoH for whom lt mav concern, at tho Richmond Stock Exchange, at publlo auction, flfty shares of the capital stock of tho Vlrglnla-Carollna Grocery Com? pany, of Richmond. Va.; par value, $100 per share. JOHN C. WILLIAMS & CO., Bankers and Brokers. No. 3104.4 East Main Street, ltichmond, Va._ $150 CASH BUYS MY ELEGANT _L. hogany plano. costlng $350 last sum? mer. Answer lmmcdlately; leavlng clty. J 840, care 'itmos-Dlspatch. FOR SALE, 75 U. S. MlCLELLAN SAD dlc-H. 40 pair new U. 8. saddle bags, 50 U. S- eavalry brldles. six sets heavy double wagon harness, all made In Rock Island arsenal; fine condltlon: 30 flexihle steel horse col lars. JAMES C. DICKINSON. S-d dle and Harness Manufacturer, 1412 East Main, AUTOMOBILES!?TH E M I T C H E L L car ls the best car ln tho world for the money. or any money: guar? anteed. W. C. SMITH & CO.. 314 North Fifth Stre.t._ FOR SALE. NOTE FOR $1,500 J,OL lars. secured by flrst-class rrn! es tate. drawlng "?> per cent. Interest. Address quickly X. Y. Z., 1133 East Main Street. Clty. wT.~AR.-f "bIRMS. ' C.OSH! WHAT " A price on butterl Best Elpin at 37c per pound; Prints at 38c per pound; Btrictly fancy dalry, 35c per pound. MARTIN ?*_ MARTIN. ."??< N. Slxth. Phones: Madlson 1559, Monroe .64._ WAGONS!?LARGE lTnk OF GRO cery and dellvery wagons at bargain priees. W. C. SMITH ?_* CO., 314 North Fifth Strcet._ IF^YOU V\rANT~ SOMETH1NG DELI clous, nsk your grocer for Snitthfleld sausage. _ FOR SALE, GROCERY WAGONS. buggles, surreys and runabouts; new and second-hand at reduced priees. T, H. DUKE __ CO., 801 Brook Ave? nue. _______ iUST GETTING ~IN CAlf-*!!UGHES" buggles and runabouts. Tho best huggy on the market for the price. Priees from $35 up. Also blg stock harness. See our harness before you buv. BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO., 1417 East Main._ WE HAVE THE MOST UP-TO-DATE traps on the market. They are handsome; also have several style business buggles. llght or heavy, and they are gnod. BRISTOW-WOR? SHAM CO.. 1417 East. Main. IF Y'OU ARE LOOKING FOR ANY thing-ln the llno of vehlcles, why not soe me before you buy. I have just the thlng you want, and price to pult. I have ono second-handed. wldp tire, two-horse farm wagon; also one second-handed Dayton wagon for sale cheijp. Don't forget the old reliable flrm. B. C. BR1S TOW, 11, 13, 15 North Elghteenth Street. FOR SALE, BUGGIES', SURREY'S AND runabouts, new and second hand. at special priees. T. H. DUKE & CO., 304 Brook Avenue. WINTER CARRIAGES!?SEVER A'L elosed carrlagea on hand. Wo wish to get rid of them. Call and get priees. W. C. SMITH & CQ., 314 North Fifth Street. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SECOND hand vehlcles at your own price. W. C. SMITH & CO? 314 North Fifth Street. TOMPKINS'S ENTIRE STOCK TOYS, bicycle parts, household goods, etc, wlll be sold at public auction daily, 3 and 7:30 P. M. Seats for ladies. 207 AVest Broad Stroet. FOR SALE, ONE TOP BUGGY. $35j ono phaeton, nowly palnted, rubber tires, $60; one good grocery wagon. $65. Theso are bargains. A. MEY ERiS SONS, 731 East. Cary Streot. JUST PUT ON SALE DRUMMER'S stimplo trunk of overcoats. Original cost. $15 to $25; our price. $8 to _ ?12,50. JACOBS'S LOAN OFFICE. FOR SALE, 25 NEW GENTS' SUITS. costlng upward to $20; our prlco $9 to $11, JACOBS-S LOAN OFFICE. NATURE'S OWN^BEVERAGE?LIGilT. sparJUlng, refreshlng. puro; 5 gal? lons* 25c, dellvered?Ilollr Springs Lithla Wator. 'Phones: Madlson 6232 and 5621._ FOR SALE. A GOOD HORSE, ONE open top wagon, runabout, two sots of harness. pony and trap. TOMP KINS', 207 AVest Broad StrenL_ TOMPKINS'S AUCTION SALE WED n-tsday. Everything must go. 207 West Broad Stroet._t tWpI-Tns's auction sale. fur nlturo of nll kinds; storago goods. Seo ndvortlaement for Wednesday. Coal anbj^ooo. W08D~'r-iA'F~BURNS AND Gl'V~Ei_ heat; wlth dampor turned. KlveH moro ? hoat and lasts longor. When draft is on half of heat goes out chlm? noy. I havo the rlght klnd. LONG'S. 'Phono Monroe 1320. tflnt* (or ftent. FOI. "tl EN^l\~TAV>n^Gfff^^~JBUt? Hhlny rooms, wIBI--largo bttth, com pletoly furnlshed, ln Ilunovor Apnrt niunts. Apply Apartment 8, FLAT TOR RENT, 'PHO^EldA-. IhON jfiotfccs. Tflft i'I/'THING rvTOCK OF S'.'IIA'IV. .losoph A-. Mftrks, 588 Broadway New Vork, np-to-daie tallorsj ls nov belng sold nt r.f.n t lie dollar al thi FAMOUS CLOTHING- CO.'S, Soconi nnd Broad. Couu! early aud sccur. ii bnrgaln. ___ rei.ia m.k' transfei' millnhk s 303 North Nlnth Streot, hauls trunk for 3Be; vallses, lBC, lo any pnrt 0 Iho elty. Clalm checks Issued at thi houso for vour baggage; two won oi our wagoii. Wo inulc- a Bpoclaltj of moving furniture. nnd pianos 'Phono Mnillsiin 1-1 IL. ToVli SAVINOM ARE' OK VA.ST IM portance to you, nnd shnuiil bo de posltcd In tlio strongeur bank avall sble. Tho Flrst Natlonal Bunk, ol Riehmond, Va., has for over fort-; yoars conducted a succcssful banklni; bualiieas at No, 1104 Enst Mnir Streot, and has ovor $2,000,000 of its own money lo protoct your aavlngs It nllowB 3 per cent, Interest or savings n/tcounts. WE ARE BtRDS- GOSHI WUAT A prlcc pn butter! Rest Elgln at 37i per pound; Prints nt 88c per pound strlctlv fancy dulry, 3"m- per pound MARTIN & MARTIN". 307 N. Slxth Phones: Mudison_15_r>fl, Monroo 864, Ti) WHOM IT MAY CONl'ERN: TH! general publlc Is herehy notill-d thal from nnd nfte,r thls date I wlll nol hn responsible* f?'?r <>r pay any debt contracted by my wife. Floyd E Garthi-lght, or by any other pcraon whether samo bo rharged to her own account or my own, unless aald debt! nre rontrncted or credit glvcn upor a written order from mc, Blgned wltli my name, ln my own handwrltlng (Jlvnn under my hand, in the clty ol Riehmond. Vn., thls 24th day of Jan? uary, 1910. B. II- GARTIIKIGHT, ol Hanover county, Va. Addrefs R. F D, No. 1, Riehmond. Vfl^ H. L. BAUVlGARTNER. PRACTICAX rafe and lock expert. 12 South Sev? enth Strcet. Safes opened and re palred; combinations changed; keyi made. Expert -work a specialty. "Phone Monroe JI033. AUTOMOBILES!? REPAIRING, RE palntlng and tops; satlsfactlon guar? anteed. W. C. SMITH & CO-, 311 Nortli Flfth._ WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that Jahnko Bros., Jewelers, 912 East Maln Strcet, buy. sell. ex? change and remount dlamonds lr Ihe latest styles. Old gold and sll? ver taken ln exchange, tJouUry?rUet ono liue jgitottL "MOtl E L'" ' INC'UBA TO I.'.S A N11' 15! tOOl > ers at factory prices. Full stock al ways on hand. Start early hatchei for bost brollers and best prices Free catalogue. W. J. TODD, 421 North Slxth Street. FOR SALE, NICE DRIVING MARE gentlc. clty broke, well-bred and ; good stepper; also cushlon-tlred run about and harncss, In good shape cheap. 11 West Duval btroet. FO"R~~SALE OiriiXcTlAN??E, THOR oucrhbred White Holland gobblers spring hatch. E. C. WHITE. Hew Iett, Va. ANOTHER CARLOAD OF BURN! wheat, same quality. packed ln 150 po.und sacks. at $1.50 per 100 pounds $14 per 1.000 pounds; $27 per ton W. J. TODD. 4 20 North Slxth Street i-fltseellaneous._ for" man''?3r "b'east. frayser's nerve -ujd bone lini ment. Over forty years' test proves lt the best. 25c a bottle at all drug glsts._ SHOE REPAIRIN&. 75C. HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES; I.A. dlea', 60c Every pair sewed. Best leather. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Maln. 'Phono Monroe 26?7. Wlll send for shoes and return. BA K ERY. 3REAM PUFFS, DELICIOGS. AT 2IC a dozen thls week. DRINKARD'S. Sixth and Clay Streets. THE SHOES THAT WEAR. THE CHIMBORAZO SHOE TS THE shoe for Style and wear?$350 and $4.00; ladies', |3.0a. J. R. GOODE & SON'. 1117 East Maln Street. __^__ GiOODE'S CHIMBORAZO SHOE, ALL leather, made to wear well; style and fit. $3.50 and $4.00. 1417 East Maln Street._ WE CAN FTF~YOU AND SUIT YOU ln style, and at tho ritdit price. GOODE'b', Fifteenth and Main Sts. FUNERAL DESIGNS. $1 TO $?- M. A, WHITTY._ BOARD OF HEALTH. THERE IS STRONG REASON FOR BE llevlng that the danger from sn un purified surfaco water supply k greatest ln the wlnter. conslderable outbreaks of typhoid fever occu.rrlng Use Holly Springs Lithia Water. Il Is always pure. 5 gallons, 23c, de llvcred. 'Phones: Madlson 6222 and 5C21. OPT1CIAN. IF YOU CAN'T SEE. GO TO DR. H BREITSTEIN, tho Optlclan, at 31S East Broad, and ho wlll examlnc your eyes and fit you wlth propei glasses from $1.00 up. Fifteen years of practlcal and sclentltlc experience at your dlsposal. ' AU TO M OBILESi CALL AND GET PRICES ON STO ragc and attention to cars: gasolene and lubrlcants. AV. C. SMITH & CO., 311 North Fit'th Street. WATCH REPAIR1NG. YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN ed by WM. TOBIEN, JR., ls a guar? antee **at lt ls dono properly. Twenf j-ears' experience. Cleanlng, $1. Main springs, $1. 408 East Broad Street. All work guaranteed. FURNlTUIuFANb CHINA PACKINoT FURNITURE, CHINA AND WEDDINO presents packed and shlpped with care.' Estimates cheerfully glvcn. JACOB UMLAUF, 705 West Maln Street. 'Phone Madlson 3292. POLIC MILLER QUARTfTtT RECORDS NOW ON SALE. COME and hear them. Bottor than the origlnal. C. B. HAYNES & CO. BUCHANAN'S N1GK.1- SCHOOU BOOKKEEPING. CIVIL SERVICE branches and elocutlon. 908 East Clay Street. &calcb $roprjsals. ~ STA?irS\D6pfi'ox OF Hrdtf^s^fO'oL Text Books.?AL a meetlng of tho Stato Board of Education. bclrl on Januarv 7, 191", an order -was cn tered authorlzins tho secretary ol the State Board ot Education to ad vertlse for blds In tho matter of tlio selectton of toxt books foi- hlgh schools for a term pe not less thuu four years. hoglnning August 1, i 191?- , i. f In accordanco wlth tho provislon* of said resolutlon, I heroby glvo no tlce that on or beforo APRIL 15 1910. at 12 o i-lock noon, u.t tin oftlco of tho Stato Roard of Educa? tion, at Hii'hiuoiul, \n? sealod pro posals wlll ti" recelved for supply Ing piihli.- sohools of tho State. oi Vlrglnln wlth text books fov uso tt tho hlgh schools of tho SfJue ai provlded by hiw. huch proposah .nro ronuested on both tho slngli list. plan and tho multlpJo Ust plan and should stnte tho prlcoa at whicl oa.-li boolc offored will i,0 sold tr tho clilUli-cn or patrons of tlu BohoOls and t?? exchungo ?prlcet whero such book Hhan uiUo tiio placo of n. I'ook now ln uso. A clrcular Klvlng; a copy 0( tlu law undor whlch this iul.iptl.uv it mado. aud otjlior liartloulura wlll bi molled "ii applicatlon. f Tho riKht ? rosuvvod- to rejeol .anv a"1! all iiiui.. . ? tuveii mulor n>y hftnd .thia mu dav o? January. mo. flay K. C. STEARNES Sec'y to Stato Bourd of EdtK-utlo:-.. J_ Jfor-fcale. | FOR -'AU., AT THI. Hp\ rilERN HTOCK YARDS, i w hl 'M:. D \ v, JANUARY 2,'iTll, ,2 vi-r-.- handsome, Colm, fearl-'sfi of clty s ght.M; j i ittlng-hred nny-Golatng; Jl.180 ;i vory f:i::t I'nclng Mare, wlth iinrn. |,",'l; !|ii'i 1,-iiiin inlles lii 2:20 aml .(iiar ?"?'??' l!l '?'??'?? H 2112 gn.lt, nnd ran do It no*? lu coniiltlon; seven yenrM old and ?"",11'1 '-tdy liroko, nnd has no oi|im.l ln Rlnhmond. Klred by Unstcr, son of 8am i'lir.iy, dam Modro Wllkd _\V. W. IIUTI'IIINSON. A Great Opportunity to Get Rare Old Antiques AT One Half Their Value The Old Virginia Antique Furniture Co. has decided to close out their branch store at 503-5-7 East Main Street Richmond Va., regardless of cost. Everything must be sold by February 1st. Don't miss this opportunity to secure some of the rarest speci mens of Old Colonial, Chippen dale, Sheraton, Hepplewhite, Dutch Marquetry, Elizabethan Oak, Old Sheffield Silver and China, Jewelry, etc, Respectfully. THE OLD VIRGINIA ANTIQUE FURNITURE COMPANY. ttttmiQs. NUTICI. OP MEETTN-PoF STOCK hclders.?Tte annual mr.etlng of BtOokhOlders of tho Llfo Insurance Company of virginia will be lield at the chlc-f ofllce of the company, on Broad Street, between Nlntn and Tenth Streets, ln tho clty of Rich? mond, on WEDNESDAY, THE 26TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1310, at 12 o'clock M. Tho stock. transfer books ot tho company will he elosed from thls date untll the 2Sth day of tho pres? ent month, E. D. HARRIS. Sccretary* B. F. JohnBon Publlshlng- Co., January 4, 1910. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MKETING of tho stockholders of tlm B. F. Johnson Ptiblls/ilng Companv will be held at tho ofllces 0f the company in the clty of Richmond, Va., WEDNES? DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1010, at 4 o'clock E. L. PEIdU m Socretary. THE ANNUAL MKETING OF THE stockholders of the Jefferson Realty Corporation wlll ho held at tho Jef? ferson Hotel, Richmond. Va., on WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon. O. F. WEISIGER. Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Htockholders of the Rlclimond Trans? fer Company wlll bo held at their offlce. 809 East Main Street, at 12 o'clock noon WEDNESDAY, FEBRU? ARY 9, 1910. W. T. DARDEN, Secret nry. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders nf ihe Virglnla Raclng and Horse Show Associatlon wlll hb held nt the Business Men's Club nt 3 o'clock P. M. MONDAY, FEBRU? ARY 7, 1.10. J. W, McCOMB. Secrotary. NOTK-E tS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the. annual meetinar of stockholders of the Vlrglnla-Marylan'd Coal Cor? poration wlll be held at Room 717, Mutual Bulldlng, Richmond, Va.. on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1910, at 11 o'clock A. M. A- P. ADAMS, Secretary. Clalms .vmlit-.il. At a brief meetlng of the Hnvincll I Committeo Oll Prlntlng and Clalms last nlght a titmiber of lttnaey clalms werej audlted and othcr bills against the clty ordered pald. By tho Valentine Auction Co.. Auctioneers. BANKRUPT SALE OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR, CROCKERY, GLASSWEAR, HARDWARE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. FERTILIZERS," HARNESS, GROCERIES, LIVE STOCK, OFFICE AND STORE FLX.TURES, ETC. ETC, ALSO WARE? HOUSE BUILDING. OF ROBERT J. CARTER. BANKRUPT, OF THE TOWN OF PROSPECT. PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY', VA., ABOUT TEN MILES FROM TOWN OF FARMVILLE. VA? ON NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. -__ $ 10,000?Bankrupt Stock?$ 10,000 FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1910, Sale commenclng at t o'clocli P, M, In pursuance to a decree of the District Court of the United States for tho "Eastern District of Virglnla. entered on January 18, 1310, ln the matter of Robert J. Carter, bankrupt. I will sell on tho prem.see at hls atore, ln the town of prospeot, Prince Edward county, Va., situated on tho Norfolk and Western railroad, about ten miles from Farmville, Va, Terms cash. GEO, C. FITZHUGH, Recelver. VALENTINE AUCTION CO., Auctioneers. For further Informatlon apply to auctioneers, 618 Ea^t Broad Street, Rich? mond,. Va. Westhampton! Westhampton! Westhampton! Every available property in the vicinity of the New Country, Club is now in our hands to sell. Our priees range from $500 to $3,000. Lots from 1 00 feet front to four and a half acres. Buy before the completion of one of the handsomest Country Clubs in the United States REAL ESTATE GOLSAN&NASH, 735 EAST MAIN. Make. Your Diamond Profit Quick &eat (Eatatc far Mtt, Meal Cstate for ?ale. Cb A A^Q WW DUy a nine-room corner brick house on Hanover Street. Ct A 000 ^^ ^uy a gooc* eignt"room house <-PT,l7l_/U near Seventh ancj Qay Streets> POLLARD & BAGBY ." Auction _?alcj_, <EIji?i Map, '"Uy'ill'-licsciM & rnitrlirielii;'" Real Estato AgentH and Auctioneers. NO. r, TiAVI-t AVENUE (formerly t.'cdar Htrcet), BETWEEN MAIN HT. AND FLOYD AVENUE, AT AUCTION ON TUESDAY, .IANUARY 25, 1310, AT . P. M. Thin ls*a comfortabla two-story elKht-room^fcrlck dwelllng, compara tlvely new, wlth modern improvements such ns hot and cold water and .lee trlc lights, nnd wlll make a dellglufu homo or n profltablo Investment. Owner must sell, and you may'sectin a bnrgaln. TERMS: Vory liberal and announcci at salo. By Tho Valentine Auction Co., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF NEW GROCERIES. LARGE REFR.G ERATOR. MATtRLE TOP MEAT COUNT ERS. ELECTRIC SAUSAOK MACIIINE, IIILL MEAT BLOCKS. COFFEE MILL ETC. ? By vlrtue of a deed of trust diily recorded In the Richmond Chancery Court. from C. A. Busch to me as trtis teo, I wlll sell on tho premlsea, No. 150I West Main Street. , THIS TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, commenclng at 10.-..0 o'clock, tho en? tire stock of Stn.pl. and Fancy Oro cerles, Cigars, Clgarettes, Tobaccos, nll new nnd fresh <roods, largo and well-selectod stock. Also ono llno Grocery, Olass-Front Hlll Refrig orator, Marbte-Top Meat Cotinters and f'nrk: Meat Toola Hlll Meat Blocks. Eleclrlc Sausago Machlne, Meat Scalcs, Coffee Mill. Electric Ceillng Fan. Mc Coskey Account Rc<-lstcr, Cako Cans. Coffee and Tea Canlstcrs, Showcascs. Unexplred Llcense, etc. Theso goods aro all strlctly fresh and deslrable. Sale positive. TERMS: Cash. JOHN B. GAYLE. Trustee. TIIE VALENTINE AUCTION CO., _ Auctioneers. Auction &>altti, Jfuture ?aptf. By~_\' -^lornpson' Brown gc'^C'o^^^' 111.1 Main Street. West-End Combination Store and Dwelling and Flat NO. 3026 TAYLOR, COR. WEST ST., AT PUBLIC AUCTION. ON PREMISES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3GTH, -:.10 P. M. Good stafld, growing- business and Improvln-- values; new* and modern 6 ronm dwelltnp:, besldes storerooni and other improvements. on prominont cor? ner. Lot 28x120 feet. A good buslne-ts openlng or will pny as nn Investment. TERMS: Easy and announced nt sale. J. THOMPSON1 BROWN & CO. __ReaI CsKatefor_8>alt.' ^ TIMBERT" 575 ACRES, .00 ln valuable wood and tlmber, dweTllng. otithulldlngs, runnlng- strenms. 1% miles to two sta tlons on C. & O. R. R. Price $S,ooo. FRANK tt. COX, _ Ashland, Va. Grove Avenue G orner At $62.50 Per Foot "Wo are offerlns for salo a vory at tractlvo lot on thls popular thorough faro; corner Included. Terms easy. CHAS. A. ROSE CO. Jfotttott &ales, Wsj^Bap. Mr-.VeigTr&^GdTnn, , Real Estatc Auctloneers.>? No. 1112 East. Maln Streot. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF The Two Brick Dwel lings, No. 2800 E. Marshall and No. 2302 E. Marshall In pursuance of tho authorlty and dlrectlon contalncd in tlio wlll ot John Rowers, deceased, and In obedlenco to a dccreo of tho Cliancory Court of tho clty of Riehmond. entered Januarv 4, 1910, ln tho sult ot "Hannah L. Logan and als. vs. Virginia D. Meany and ais.," tiio underslgned. substltuted trusfee. wlll sell at auctlon on tho promises, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1910, AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.. .. FIRST?The two-story brlck dwell? ing known as No. 2800 East Marshall Stroet, at the northeast corner of Mar? shall and Twonty-elghth Streets. Tho Iot has a frontago of twenty feet on the north llnQ of Marshall Stroet and runs back between parallol llnes 165 foet to an alley twenty feet wide. SKCOND?And Immedlatcly after tlio abovo sale. the two-story brlck dwell? ing known as 2302 East Marshall Street. The lot fronts on Marshall Street 19 feet 8 7-9 Inches apd extends back 117 feet to an alley. Tho salo of thls property is mado to close up an estate, and lt offers a chance to real estato buyers and In vestors and home-seekers to got somo flrst-class property. TERMS: One-third cash and the bal? anco of tho purchase money in threo equal lnstalments at slx. twelvo and eightoen months. respectl*tfily, from tho day of sale. represented by nego tlable notes. wlth Interest added from tlie day of sale. tho tltln to bo retalned untll the entire purchase money shall bo paid and a conveyanco ordered bv the eourt, or for all cash, at tho option of tho purchascr. JAMES E. CANNON. Substltuted Trustee. Mayo Salvago Corporatlon, Auctionccrs. 1102 E. Maln Street. We sell In our warerooms, 1402 East Maln Streot, at 10:30 A. 1,1., TUESDAY. JANUARY* 25, 1910. a largo lot of Chalrs, Roekers. Iron Beds, Folt and other Mattresses, Colt Wlre Springs. Bureaus, Washstands. Wardrobes, Sideboards, Extenslon and other Tables. Parlor and Kltchen Fur? niture and othei- househoTrl effects TERMS: Cash. MAYO SALVAGE CORPORATION, Auctlonoers. By Mc.Velgh & Gllnn, Roa.l Estato Auctloneers, No. 1112 East Main Street TRUSTEE'S SALE OF Three Brick Dwellings No. 608 N. 8th Street and Nos. 124 and 124^ S. Fourth Street In ?purs,uance of tho authorlty nnd dlrectlon contalned In tho wlll of John Bowers. deceased, an_d ln obedlenco to a decroo of tho Chancory Court of Tho clty of Riehmond, entered January 4, 1910, in tho sult of "Hannah L. Logan and als. vs. Virginia D. Moany and als.," tho underslgned substltuted trustee, wlll sell at auctlon . on the promises. on WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 28, 1910, AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.. FIRST?Tho two-story brlck dwell? ing. known as No. 608 North Eighth Streot. Tho lot fronts on the west llno of Eighth Street 24 feet 2 1-1 Inches. more or less. and runs back between parallol llnes 120 feet to an alley, 20 feet wlde. AT 4:45 O'CLOCK P. M-. SECOND?Tho two-story brick tene ments known as Nos. 124 and 124 1-2 South Fourth Street. The lot fronts on tho west llno of Fourth Street 27 feot, moro or less, and runu back be? tween parallol llnes 82 feot. Tho abovo property ls good Invest? ment real estate, an_d la sqlcj to close up an estatc. TERMS: One-third cash. and thja bal? ance of tho purchase money in threo equal lnstalments at six, twolve and eightoen months, rospecr/lvely. front the day of sale, represented by nego tlable notes, wlth interest added from the day oi* salo. the tltle to be retalned untll the entire purchaso money shall be paid and a conveyanco ordered by the court, or^for all cash, at the option of tlie purchaser. JAMES E. CANNON. Substltuted Trustee.