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ONE CENT PER WORD when paid in advance. No Ad. taken for less than TEN CENTS. NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS when phoned in or charged at thc countcr. FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS Phone Monroe 1 for thc WANT AD. MAN to call. LOST, WHITE SETTBR DOtn orango cars. ; Reward; LOUIS WASI1EII, 3908 WIlllamt-btirK Avonuo, Clty, Phono Madlson 3950. #eip -KBBtanteti, i*laUr LE/_RI-LS/Tl_.E8MiU.SHIP; feAIW *1 ;?60 to^*5,U00 per year; wo furnli... atudoiits posltlons, whoro thoy can ourn |H0 per month whllo studylng. PHACTICAL SCHOOL Ol. SALES MANSHIP, New IJavun. Conn. WANTED, HIOH-CDASS CALENDAR men. ln Vlrglnla to hcU our llno or exclusivn lnnp calendars, art calon dars, Icather and other novcltles; blg money for real salesmcn; Ilb? eral commlsslons; flne samples; ex cluslvc territory; glve rofcrences and .oxpcrlcnce llrst letter. THE KKNYON CO., Des Molncs, Iowa. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES WANTED ?Wrlte for Itlchmond examlnatlon -chedulc; j-?paratlon free. FRANK? LIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 3?3 M.. Ro cheitter, N. Y. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED PLUMB er lo take chargo of au establishod business- In town of -1,000; must bo ?ober and Industrious; wrlte quick. Address McALLISTER HARDWARE CO., Lumberton, N, C. WANTED. MALB STENOGRAFHER at oncd; mu~t bc rapld and accu rato; hard work; don't want begtn ner?. Call 1000 E. Cary. WANTED, B Y\ A lWrGB CORPOKA tlon, experienced clerk on pay roll, capahlc of dcveloplng l"to a clork ?I'i.-tiiii. <i for furthcr ]>romotlon: sal? ary, 5.0 per month. Addr-ss J 651. care Tlm- s-Dlspateh. WANTED, A MALL bTENOGUAPHER who understands general offlce work. Mum be tactful and well educated; permanent pohltlon. State experi enco and salary expected. Apply D IS6. caro TlmeB-Dispalch. WANTED. MEN TO LEARN BARBER tradc; only short tlme requlred; wages after flrst month; uleady po ttltlon guaranteed; wrlte for cata? logue. MOEER'S BARBER COL? LEGE. 207 Bowery, New York Clty. WANTED. AT ONCE. A REGISTERED axtslstant pharmaclst or good unreg istered man; none but the best need ;tt>ply; good salary for the rtgnt man. Address G 6"9, care Times Dlspatch. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED BU8M cimun. Apply at once. FISHER'S, 312 E. Broad St- ' WANTED, lOUNG MAN ACQUA1NTEL. wlth thc wruppnig paper trade tn Rktiinond and vlclnlty to represent large New York jobblng house; Htate oxperienct. and conditlons. Address G _7", care Tlmea-DlBpatch. ;W ANTED. REGISTBRBD DKUX3 clerk. Apply, wlth refcrence. to XV. C. MARSH ALL. Staunton. Vn. BOYS WANTED; GOOD WAGES. Ap? ply 6:4o A. M. and 5 P. M.. AMERI? CAN GLASS WORKS, Hospital and Mill Streets._ WANTED, A MAN AS FARM HELP* handy- wlth muchlnery; ? good wages for tho rlght man. O. J. COCKEtJ, Elberon, Va. WANTED, FIRST-CLASS STEEL TANK a nd tower crector; thoroughly experi? enced and rellable: state age, reler ence and wages. W. E. CALDWELL CO., INC, Louisvllle, Ky. _ WANTED, WHITE BARBER* 112 FEit week Kuaranteed. M. L PROCISE, Blackstone, Va; WANTED, GOOD MILLWR1GHTS AND carpenters. Apply between 9 and 11 A. M., 3 and S P. M., THE CARD WELL MAGH1NE CQ-, .Nlnoteenth and Cary Sts. _ WANTED. THREE EXPERIENCED grocery clerks; one rcllabl-. drlver, and one porter. Apply S. ULLMAN'S SONS, 506 E. Marshall. WANTED. AT CURLS NECK FARM. COTMAN. VA.. STABLE FOREMAN. MARRIED. HEALTHY. SOME EX PER1ENCE WITH TEAMS, FEED ING AND CARING FOR SAME; MUST BE A WORKER HIMSfELF; SOBER AND GOOD CHARACTER; MUST COME TO FARM, SEE MAN? AGER; NO ATTENTION TO LET? TERS ANSWERING THIS AD. MAN? AGER. _ annw-ions -ftuianteo, iWajx._ TiXb^dlJCfRLY^S^^TilWCCETi BOOK kecper, now t-mployed, w.ints to malte a change. Address J 652, caro Tlmca-Dlspatch. DRUG CDERK. UNREGISTERED, llfc slrcs positlon as assistant; five years" expcriencc; goott rererence. Address F. A. LN_._1'_ Chestnut Ave., Newport News, Va. tfOUNG LADIEB AND GIRLo DESTR Ing posltlona whU". pleasant aur roundltgs and good pey cannot do better than write ot apply to THB WHITLOCK BRANCH. Twenty-thlN and C'?ry Streets, Rlchmond. Va. WANTED. EXPERIENCED COOK, wlth clty references. Apply at 2 E. Franklln, between 9 and 11:30 A. Mi NEA.T. HONEST. CAPABLE WOMAN for general houso work. Phone Mad? lson 613-l-J. WANTED, AT ONCE, COLORED SER vant; glrl who can cook and do gen? eral house work. Apply 211V4 South Plne. WANTED, A COOK. APPLY Bl'. tweon 10 and 2 o'clock to-day. 918 Floyd Avenue. -_ WANTED. BY A MAIL ORDER liquor house, a lady stenogrupher who can also keep books. Apply ln own handwrltlng, K 663, care Tlmes-Dispatch. .WANTED, A WOMAN STENOGRA phor who understands goneral offlce work; must be tactful and well odu cated; permanent positlon; state ox porionee and salary expected. Apply D 585, care Tlmes-Dlspatoh. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED LADY stenographer. Apply THALHIMER BROS'., Flfth and Broad, &>ituatio.t?. W&antta, $cmale. VV^NTE-.. ATO-SITiON AS MAfR'ON in somo school or eollego: can fur nlsh satlsfactory tcstimonlals. Ap? ply. statl _, salary. to P. O. Box Wi, Wlllltimsbttrg, Va. A l-IRST-CLASS BRE.AD AND PASTRY cook. elther; all-round ln any largo boardlng house or Institute. SUSIE COLEMAN, 008 E. Maln St. WANTED, POSITION AS COMPAN ion to elderly lady or mother's holp 01% Address Box 3(1, Ivy Dopot. Va, WANTED. POSITION BY COLORED chauffeur; ono year's oxperlonoo. 3810 Slxth Street, Fulton. doUcitota ano ^alcamen. 'u Xv^^TTflDT^OSTTlON. Al?' SALESM_\N ln shoe store, wlth view to buytnt; part interest. Address K 6B0, caro Tlmes-Dlgpatch, Salesman wanted -for ,'CHeS.*^ oal tlro oxtlnKulahers new prlnciplo; splentlld opportunity to bulld up a paying business; strletly commlsslon, Address MoCAUTHY & LANGLEY, Ur'een-boro, N. C, ... ANY INTKLLTGI-NT PERSON 'MAY enrn good. incomo correspondlng for new?pnp-rs; experlenee unnecensary. Addresa PREHS CORftl-SPONDING BUREAU, WahlilriKton, p. c. WANTED, BOOKKEEPERS, HTENOO rapherH, hotel appllcantM, liousekeop cru, printers, palntcrrt, liunimrmon, mtlllnont, nnlenladlcfi, cashlcrs, salea inen, blnckmnlths. PIKDMONT I5S1 PLOYMENT _AGENCY, Durlinrn._N._C. WANTED. EXPEllfENCED 8TAHCH crs, malo or femalr\ Apply at CRY8TAL LAUNDRY, 1527 AV. Cary. -Profeastonal #clp tZ-Hanteb. high school?, boardlug schools, col? leges; many splendid openlngB al? ready recolved; sntlsfactory sorvico guaranteed. HHERIDAN'S TEACH? ERS' AGENCY, 620 Rhodes Bulldlns-, Atlanta. Sbituatiotut, H^rofesfj-ional. ^Afffitrjrijf ^'TbCv-c'iTfiirol? "suc ecHsful experlenco, who loves chil? dren, n sltuatlon; a pleasant home tho df'Hidoratum: rererH to fbrmor patrons. MISS B., earc Postmaster, Randolpli, Vq, ^Boarbmrj;. LARGE. DRIGIP- AND ATTRACTIVE rootnj for rent, wlth or without board. Reasonablo rates. Refer? ences reqiitrod. 412 North Eighth Street. 'Phone Madison 1B60. SMALL PRIVATE BOARD ING J1UL>I'J: reaHonnblo rates. 100.1 XV. Grace Ht. ROOMS. WITH'BOARD. M^RSTsmItTT 301 East Grace. COMFORTABLY FURNI8HT3D ROOM for rent. wlth excellent tablo board: rcnsonable ratcs. 101 North Fifth Street._ TJIE LURAY, 403 iTA1?T~^T.\7n" Rooms nnd table board: convenlent to strangars. 'Phono 1256-J. WHEN YOU COME TO RICHMOND stop whero you can get a clcan, comfortable bed for BO cents; central, roflned nolghborhood; heat, bath; phono free; excellent rneuls servod next door. 1002 East Clay. T.WQ LARC5E. HANDSOME CONNECT Itig rooms; verandn* southern bree/.e; ctudeo locatlon: bath and phone: prl? vato famlly: board vory convenlent; refcTcnccM exchanged. Address J 053. care Tlmes-Dlspatch. POR RENT, FURNISHED ROOMS; bath and phone. Madlson 7-27-1* 211 E. Main. FOR RENT. NICELY FURNISHED rooms. 14 North Slxth Street, be? tween Franklin and Main. CENTRALLY LOCATED FUPNlSHED or unfurnlshed rootntt. 807 Eaat Grace Street FLAT FOR REN'fr FOUR LARGe! brlght rooms. 1115 West Avenue. _Real estate for ^alc. -^It^^ALd-T^^Nfiw I-IGIIT^ROT-M" dwelling, aiear Chimborazo Park; gas, electrlclty, hot and cold water. cablnet and slate mantcls, latrobe Htove; modern ln every partlcular; terms easy. Apply 315 N. Thlrty slsth Street. YOUR FAMILY'S H'MMER OUTING can bc had on "Hampton Roads"; large yard, full of shade trees, front? lng 'car llne and beach: boatitiR-, bathlng and jiftilng dellp;htful. Phone Madlson 1S>07-J, or address W. E. COTTRELU Newport News, Va. SO ACRE FARM, WITH1N 12 MlLEb of Richmond. Va.; lVi mlles irom Elko. on Chesapeake and Ohlo; IV. miles from Meadow Statlon, on Southern; dwelling and outbulldlngT. $600: tlmber. $2.0;. land only $15 per acre: a snap. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO., INC, Newport News Va.; threo phonos. FOREST I/DDGE IS A PLEASANT manslon of a hundred rooms, wlthin twenty. minutes of Richmond and throe hours of Washington. It ls the private dwelling of Its owner, but would bc sultaole for a coun? try club or a sanltarium or a lirst clasa suburban resort. As a mld ivay point for cllmatlc travel, it unltes more advantages than can be found elsewhere between New Eng? land and the tropics. Apply by let? ter only to CAPTAIN CUSSONS. Lock Box 612, Richmond, Va. FARMS aKD TIMBEft LANDS.?MY new catalogue contalns 400 farmi and tlmber landa; best bargalns ln Virginia. I pay your rallroad fare. Wrltn- for fre_ catalogue. Addresa J. R. ELAM. Box ?57, Charlottesvllle, Va. FREE REAL ESTATE REGISTER; 200 select country homes. H. W. 1I1L LEARY & CO., Charlottesvllle, Va. FOR SALE, WEST END LOTS, NEAR Boulevard. Phone Madlson 1407. FOR SALE. A LARGE, MODERN houso near Lee Monument. Address K 6S5, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. FOR SALL\ A COZY nuBUKBAX homo of seven rooms and bath; hot and cold water; lot 105 feet front; rlght on corner; one sriuare from car llne; can be bought cheap if sold. at once. Address K 686, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. SEAS1DE HOMES FOR COTTAGE bullders; water front lots for lease; term of years, wlth prtvllego to buy; noto advantages: clty water, sewer connectlon.. phone service, clectrlc llght, beach and car llne dlrectly in front, delightful boatlng, bathlng and tlshlng. Address XV. K. CCTTRELL, Newport News. "fra. 3Real ?:3tatejBI!Sante&. ^XnteD, TO lfEN'T- StXeTlE' AND t'tiggy house, between Main and Broad. near Allen Avenue. Address 207 Allen Avenue, or Phone Madl? son 5261-J. -Real CStatejor &em^ FOlTrTSNT, IN ROANOKE, THE MoSfr deslrably located storo bullding; bOxOO; three lloors; passenger ann frelght cle.vators; modern cash sys? tem; elcgant show wlndows, etc; heart of retail district. Adrtrcss "B," care ot the Roanoke Tlmes, Roanoke, Vn. > l'OR RENT, DES1R.\BLE S-ROOJM house; West' Avenue; furnlshed or unfurnlshed. Address G 006, caio Tlmos-Disiiatch. Jloticetf. WANTED. THK PUBLIC TO KNOW that Jahnke Bros., Jewelera. j 912 East Main Streot, buy, sell.' ex? change and remount dlamonds ln the latest styles. Old gold and sil? ver taken ln exchange. RELIABLE TRANSFER. MILLNE1VS, 302 North Ninth Street, haula trunkfl for 25c; vallses, 15c, to any part ot the clty. Clalm checks Issued at tho house for your baggaga; two men on our .wagon. Wo mako a specially of movlng furniture and pianos. 'Phone Madlson 1445. YOUR SAVINGS ARE OF VAST 1M portance to you, and ahould be do poslted in the strongest bank avaiu able. The Flrst Natlonal Bank. nt Rlohntond. Va., haa for over foity years conductod a successful banking business at No, 1104 East Main Btreet, and baa.'-qvor 13.000,000 of lta own money lo protect your aavlnga. It allows 3 per cent. Interest on savings aocounts. H. I* BAUMGARTNER,. PRACTICAL fiafo and lock oxpert, 12 S'outh Sev enth Street, Safcs opened and rri palred; coijiblnatlona olianged; keys made. Export work a apeclalty. 'Phono Monroe 3033. VVHYHXOT HAVE 'FtlA'~'WAqT)N\ cai'i'lago or runabout palnted and new riihlior tlres put on, and be ready when the -good old sun shlnea agalii? B, C. BRISTOW, 11, 13 and 15 N. Elghteenth St, DA1LY PUZZLESi Something found ln tho gardcn, ANSWEIt 'X'O YRSTEIIDAI'S PU7.7.I.B Soldler. ^JTor^ajc^ FOIt SALE, C-CbIn'LAUNCH, WITH 12-horse power, four-cylo, two-cylln der englne; everythlng complete; launch and englne In flrst-class con? ditlon; wlll sell vcry cheap or ex? change; wlll sond plcture. A. B. EDMONDS, 222 Thirty-first Street, Newport News, Va. WILL SELL bl( EXCHANGE A 25 horse power Erlo Clty boller, locomo? tlve type; we want a larger boller; thls boller has seen less than one year's actual senvlce; now runnlng at 120 pounds steam pres.-uro; ln good conditlon; price, $175 if bought at once; can be seen three mlles from Columbla, Vu., at our mill. H. P, BAKER & CO. THE LARGEST BICYCLE STORE AND repair shop in tho Unlted States; coastor brakes fitted to any bicyele; Iiunctures and repalrlng free. BICK KRSTAFF'S, 1811 Maln._ l'OR WANT OE USE, THE FINEST inner-Playcr lJiano madc; can t>e 1-ought on the monthly payment pian, or wlll exchange tor automo niie. Address D 478, care Ttm.n Ulspatori._ GASOLENE. MC GALLON?GASOLENl only 11c the gallon at sCOTT'S DRUG STORE, Old Market Place. I LUMBER. j__ATHb. SHINOLES, SASH, bllnds, doors. WOOD WARD & SON, Nlnth and Arch. Rlchmond. Va. WANTED, TO FURNISH YOU WITH a pair or our eyeglasses that can't ?be. beat In town for 25c. Our $1 alarm clock surpasses any ln town for the money. If your clock is out or order, phone us and we will send for." repair and return. The lowest prices ln the clty. W. H. COWARDIN'S SONS, "Watchmakera. Jewelers and Engravers. 1S15 East Main Street. Plione Madison 1417 WE HAVE FOR SALE A LARG E stock of hlgh grade wagons and light driving vehlcles that must l>< sold because we need the room. If you wlsh to save money buy now. A. MEYER'S SONS, 731 East Cary Street. FOR SALE, WAGONS, BUGGIES AND ?carrlages of any descrlptlon; call to uee me and I will supply you: my large stock and reasonable prices aro interesting. B. C. BRISTOW. 11. 13 and 15 N. Elghteenth St. FOR SALE. THE MOST COMPLETE line of harness rrom $10 up In the city. It wlll pay you to see what we have. BRI&TOW-WORSHAM CO.. 1417 East Main. OUR PRICES ON BUGGIES ARE from $10 up, and wo claim to glve you as much or more for tho prices than our compotitors. Now, if you think differently, compare ours vfitn the others, but don't buy untll you make thc comparison. BRISTOW WORSHAM CO- 1417 East Main. FOR SALE. CONFECTIONERY, SODA water and clgar store. doing goou cash business year arouud. For par? tlculars apply Box 277, Williams? burg, Vou IF YOU WANT SOMETHING DELI clous, ask your grocer for Smithfleld ____?_____ FOR ' SALE. AT ONE-FIFTH OF ITS value, a flrst-class Vlctorla carrlage, with rubber tires: a great hargaln. Address B. P. O. Box 494. FOR SALE. 75 U. S.-McCLELLAN SAD dles, 40 pair now U. S. saddle bag?, 50 U. S. cavalry bridies; 30 Ilexibl*. steel horse collars. JOSEPH C. DICKERSON. Saddle and Harness Manufacturer, 1412 East Maln. WHEAT. WHEAT SCREENINGS. ground oats, alfalfa, wheat bran, oyster shells; eggs for hatching; everythlng for poultry ralsers; free catalogs; wholesale and retall. w. J. TODD, 426 N. Sixth St._ EOR SALE. FOUR-CHAIR BARBER shop, on Broad Street: good business. Apply to MISS ELLIOTT, 406 E. Marshall. TOP BUGGIES. $15, $50 TO $75;'RUN abouts, $35, $55 to $125; surreys, $75, $95 to $225; grocery and dellvcry wagons, Tennessee farm wagons: for quality and prices wo are lead? ers. THOS. H. DUKE & CO.. S04 Brook Avenue. FOR SALE, A GROCERY STORE dolng a good cash business; good location; good reason for solllng nnswer. Address K 662, care Times Dlspatch. MONEY LOANED TO INVENTORS TO patent good ideas. JOHN WEDDER. BURN, Capitallst, Brookland. D. C. DR. I. H. LEION. THE GREAT EURO pean Spoclalist; send for his book. on men; only 10 cents. 718 E. Franklin Street. EOR SALE, PROGRESSIVE. PAYING prlnting and publishing business, showing large proflts and stcadv in creaso ln business?$12,000. B -120, caro Times-DIspatch._ WE HAVE RESERVBD FOR CITL r.ens of Vlrglnla a limited amount of stock in a sound flnancial Institu? tion located in the clty of Washlng? ton; information upon requcst. P. O Box 130, Washington, D.-C. MANUFACTUR1NG BUSINESS, PAY ing about S-1,000 a year net nrollt, for salo?$10,000 to $15,000. B 430, caro Tln.OB-Dlspatch. _ WANTED, A PARTNER~~\VITH 5-00 lo Invest in a chemlcal business. A good thing for the rlght man. Ad? dress F 642, care Times-DIspatch. $1.50 BUYS ONE-HALE CORD PRE pared pine klndltng wood. Why pay $3.25 * when you can get the sarao result? from thls. Try a load. SAM UEL H. COTTRELL & SON, Phone Madlson 177. KILN DRIED K1NDLINO WOOD, $1.7 per load. MILLER MAN.J EACTUR 1NG CO? INC, Phone Mtullsc-n 1541. THE WOOD MAN _S SEl.LlNG~OAK. mul plno wood, $2.75 to $3,25 halC cord. Ho has vnado a speclal study of wood for ovOrt-welvo yenrs. Onk nnd plno slabs. $2.50 to $2.75. I am known as LONG, THE WOOD MAN. Phones Madlson 1060 und 1070, I . . 1_FP-~" __.-'_... .!_. ???-T-f ipouUtrp??^?c anfc 1. ibe &facfe ?i:___1_12tfr^cT-^^ baby chtck foetl, poultry supplies, feeds. etc; cutulog prioos f, o. fo, Rlcltrrioni., Va. W. J, TODD, Rlch mond, Va._ f-ol. sale. GENUr/JioTTtToi5TirTsllAND Red eggs, S. C, ut ti lo\v prlco; two settlngs aml over, 75o. for ir>; slngle settings,/ $1. Address C, E. WOOD ,SON, ScotlsvlUo, Vu; SOGS l-RQM " (tHOHOUGVIBUED Pl.vmouth Rocks for salu; llno luyers, URO. CARY, HlgWunU Park, I'Uona Madlson I604-J, *. 4rtttfUner_>. CALL AND LOOK AT MY NEW MOD els of spring millinery I am now dlsplaylng; also my reudy-inndc gar. montB for tho soason; can save you money and glvo you quallty aml correct styles. MRS. JULIUS BEAR, H23 E. Main Bt. WLantctj. WANTED. TO BUY FOR CASH, HOUSE hold goods In any quantity. 'Phone Madlson 3851._ WANTED, YOU TO SAVE MONEY BY placlng your order for awnlngs wlth us now and lot us havo them ready for spring. as prlces wlll be hlgher then. Call Madlson 7307. SOUTII _BnN TKNT AND AWNING CO. WANT TO BUY DE8K AND BOOlv cane combined. Address 207 Allen Avonuo. or Phone Madlson 5261-J. iJcrsonals. frvis-rwLT_~oiv~jT^T^^ sago treatment for rclicf of rheuma? tism, Indlgestlon, stomach trouble and ncurasthcnla. P. O. Box 611. THE NEW WOMAN OF TO-DAY la she whose garments have been reno vated here. She looks just us lf she had sleppcd out of a band-box. Kroni her oHtrich feathers ln the hat down to tho hem of her dalnty sklrt? everythlng looks brand new. Yet it is all last season's goods eleaned or dyed by us to look dlfferent. Well, few beyond hersolf would know that every a'rtlcle was not now. Thero ls delightful frcshness about tho clothea that rellects great credlt on us. We pav expresaage one way on out-of town trade. SWOPE'S FRENCH DRY CLEANING CO.. 303 North Second Streot. Phone Madlson 1183._ HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT aND aOLD at HUGHES'S. 209 Nortb Thlrd. RICHMOND REFTNINO COMfANY. 1709 East Cary Street, Clty Contrn. tcra. Dead anlmals removed at onco; 'Phono Monroe 3027. Buyero of tal low and bones._ DR. 1. II .LEION, 718 E. FRANKLIN Street, Richmond, Va.: I tako great pleasuro in recommendlng your rem? edy for reduclng flesh. I took your treatment for flvo weeks and reduced forty pounds; advlso any one suf? fcrlng wlth lt to consult Dr. I. II Lelon at once. Yours truly, MRS L. F. D. ;_ CALL AND SEE YOUNG JOB BICK EltSTAFF; best sclected stock ol fblilng tackle and baseball goods Ir town. 1811 Matn. LADIES' TAILOR. UP-TO-DATE, SAT ISKACTORY SUITS. REASONABLE PRJDCESl THE ONLY PLACE, M. GOLDSTEIN, 21S NORTH FIFTH - STREET. ^^^^jgceUantous^ ISHOE R@r^AIRlNt?. 7SC, HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES; I.A die?". ?0c. Every pair aewed. Best leather. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 116 East Main. 'Phone Monroe 26G7. Wlll send for shoes and return. LARGE CARNATIONS. 35 CENTS PER dozen. M. A. WHITTY. Phono Madl? son 2389-J. FoNE AND NERVE LINIMENT" FORTY-FIVE YEARS A SUCCESS? After belng made and used ln thou? sands of homes as the best remedy Xor all aches and palns for forty-Qve years, we have declded to show our uppreciatlon by doubllng the size of our 23c bottles. You wlll never know how much difference there could be ln ltnlment until you have trled the old origlnal FRAYSER'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. For Man or Bcast._ COUGH AND COLDS. FRAYSER'S SYRUP WILD CHERRY and Tolu, for cougbs nnd colds. is another fine remedy. Tastes better and acts qulcker than anything on the market. Large bottles, 25c. Made only by J. W. FRAYSER & CO., 1801 E. Main._ EDISON RECORDS. FOR MARCH, NOW ON SALE: COME a.nd hear them. "Has -Anybody Here Seen Kelly" ln sheet music. C. B. HAYNES &. CO._-__ FURNITURE AND CHT-L- _>ACI-ING. FURNITURE. CHINA. AND WEDDING presents packed and shipped wlth care. Estlmates cheerfully glven, JACOB UMLAUF. 705 West Main Street. 'Phone Madlson 3292._ OPTIC'IAN. IF YOU CAN'T SEE. GO TO DR. H. BREITSTEIN. the Opticlan. at 118 East Broad, and he wlll examlne your eyes and fit you wlth proper glasses from $1.00 up. Flfteen years of practlcal and sclentific experlence at yoilr dlsposal. ? WATCH REPAIR1NG. YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN ed by WM. TOBIEN, JR., ls a guar antee "*at lt ls done properly. Twenf ^ears' experlence. Cleaning, $1. Main sprlngs, ?1. 408 East Broad Street. Al! work guaranteed. " "bakery. CREAM PUFFS, 12 FOR 24c: THEY aro delicious. DRINKARD'S, 423**. N. Sixtb. SSHhere to Stop ia ^irsima. THE JEFFERSON, Richmond, Va. Thc most magnificent Hotel in thc South. European plan. Rooms single and cn suitc, with antl without baths. $1.50 per day and upwards. Spacious sam? ple rooms. Booklet on applica tion. Table d'Hote Dinners Saturday and Sunday evenings 6 to 9 o'clock, $1.50 each. ? McGUIRE'S ?ch"_*o'_ Opposlte Mocroo park. Forty-ftfth Sesslon. 1'reparos for all unlversltles and colloca*. ^JORN -'? MrfitrtRlS. Prlnclpal. Yy of Metropolltan Lodge, No, U, f^\ A. F, and A. M.,-wlll bo held Iri tho Masonlu Temnlo THURSDAY EVENING, March 10. . 1010, ut '7;3o o'clock. Meinbors of sister lodges ana trunalont breUiren aro cordlally ln, vltod. By order oi' tlie AVorshlnful, Mastor. * XV. N. WATKINH, "/ ' ?_ Secretary. THE""aNNIIA'V." ^iEETlNG of~~t7iw stooUlioldorn of tho Tredegar Com pany wlll bo lield at tho eompany's citlleo, lu tho clty of Rlohmond. on ?MARCH Uv 101U, at 12 M. J.,R, J. ANDERSON, , Socretury Tredegar Company, Richmond, Ya,, March 1, 1910, v ? >: Btalttt Qtopotalss. (.tntin.on.V_., MdTtih 1. 1910. SLALED PROPOSALS FOR THE CON .-trnctlon of about throe and one half (,T/i) mlles of mitcadani road nt Craigsvllle, Va? wlll be rccolvotl nt thn county clerk'.* ofTloo at Staun-I ton, Va., untll 10 o'clock A. M. THURftDAY, MARCH 24, 1910. Plnys and spoclflcatlona may bo seen ot tlie Hbffvo' olllce or nt tho odlco of thc State lllghway Commlssioner, Rlch? mond. Va. A oertlllf-d check for two I.untlr.d ar-d fifty ($2-50) dollurs fchiill acnom pany onetl bld. Tho cf'inmlr.tee re _etvo thc rlght to rr.ioct any nnd nll bld?. An englnecr will he at Craigs? vllle Wednesday, March IC 1910, lo go over tho work wlth proi.pcctlvo bldders. f Propost-l*. should bo .irldre... ed to county clerk nt Staunton, Va? or elthcr member of thc commlttee. Mr. L. L. Moore, of CralBsvlIle, wlll be glad to show any ono over the road at any tlme. T. M. SMILEY, J. G. FULTON, * Commlttee. HOTELDUNLOP ^Tti^i'ct^iffi* Refurnlshod and redecorated through? out. European plan $1.50 per day and up. Flrst-clasK restaurant. Full orches? tra; whlto servlce; open all year. R. E. DELANEY, Prop.. F R. BOWMAN. Mgr. The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M. ADM.SSION, 25c. SATURDAYS FREE. Suctton afeales, ?X!)(S 23a_>. By Rlcheson & Crutchfleld, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Corner Eleventh and Bank Streets. COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE OF TWENTY-FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUILD? ING LOTS IN BROOKLAND PARK, BETWEEN BARTON HEIGHTS AND GINTER PARK AND NEAR TO CAR LINE. In oxecutlon of a decree of the Clr? cult Court of n.-nrlco county, cntered on February 26, 1910, in thc suit of John M. Price et als. vs. S. Cialeskl ct als., wo wlll, aa speclal commlssioners thereln appolnted, .eli at public auc? tion, on tho premlses, on THURSDY, MARCH 10, 1910. at 4 o'clock P. M., lots numbered 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 of block three (3) lots Nos. 10. 11. 12, 13 and 14 of block flve (5); also lots Nos. 25, 2fi, 27, 28 and _9 of block seven (7); also lots 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29 ot block two (2), all of sald lots be? ing ln Barton and Latnb's Brookland Park, as shown on a plat ot sald land, duly recorded ln the, clerk's offlce of Henrlco Clrcult Court. Lots have *t frontage on Fcndall and Hanes Avenues of 30 feet each by depth of 135 feet to alley, to be sold accordlng to plat, and wlll bc offered scparately and in blocks. Theso lots are located in a rapidly improvlng section, close to GInter Park. Barton Heights and the car line, and should command the attentlon of investors and home-seokers. Thls sale offers an unusual opportunity to sc cure high class suburban property at low prices and on easy terms. TERMS; Onc-thlrd cash. and tho res iduo in two equal instalments ut six and twclve months from day of sale, negotlablc notes for the deferred pay ments, wlth Interest added, and tltle retalned untll the whole of tho pur chase money is paid, or for all cash, at thc optlon of the purchaser. D. C. RICHARDSON. AT, A. POWERS, Speclal Commlssioners, I certlfy that the bond requlred by tho above decree of the speclal com? mlssioners has been duly glven. Glven under my hand this 2Sth day of Feb? ruary. 1910. Tcste: S. P. WADDILL, Clerk. N. B.-Take First Street Car to Hooper Ave. Copy of Plat of this Property can be,seea at office of Auctioneers. By Pollard &? Bagby. AUCTION SALE FOR DIVISION OF THAT DESIRABLE PIECE OF PROP? ERTY KNOWN AS NO. 90s NORTH TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET, CON SISTING OF A FIVE-ROOM COT TAGE HOUSE AND A LOT FRONT ING ABOUT SIXTY FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET, BETWEEN O AND P STS.; AL?0 NO. 625 .NORTH TWENTY SEVENTH STREET. CONSISTING OF X DET-YC.IED SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE IN GOOD ORDER EXTRA LARGE LOT. _ We will sell at auction, on tho prc inl.es, or. THURSDAY-, MARCH 10TH, at 5 o'clock, tho property, No. 90S North Twentv-sovr-nth Strect. and at 5:30 o'clock thc housc and lot, No. 625 North Seventh Strect, both of whlch are de scrlbed above. It is necess-ary that thls property ?-hould bo sold to sottlo up an estate. TERMS. One-fourth cash, and the bal? ance on long time, or all cash lf de. ' ""1 POLLARD & BAGBY. Auctloneers. Suctton &ale?.. Jfutu.EJQaga By C. L. & H. L. Denoon, lteal Estate Auctloneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF THE* VERY DESIRABLE AND SUBSTAN TIALLY BU1LT RESIDENCE, No. 1912 Floyd Ave. BETWEEN PARK AND MEADOW ' , STREETS. By vlrtuc of a deed of trust, datoa Septoinber 5, 190S, and of rocorcl in tho clerk's ofllce of tho Rlchmond Chaneery Court, D. B. 199 "B" pago 117, clofault having been made ln tho payment of a certaln noto thereln secur-od, I wlll sell by public auction, on the prem? lses, o'n ER1DAY, MARCH 11. 1910. at 5 o'clock P. M-, tho handsome resl? dence No 1912 Floyd Avenue, between Park and Meadow Streets. Tho prop? erty beglns nt *.. polnt 1S2 feet eust of Meiulow Street and- rtilia castwaruly ut a polnt 20 toot S Inches on tho north llno of Floyd Avenuo, und thottcc run nlntr nonhwurdlv front sald front, he t.yc.ii i-arnllol llnos 179 !>_ts_,9 tnohou to an alley in tho rear 20 fect wldc. Thf dwelling ia _? most substautial two-storv brick structurc. eontiUntng about ni'uo rooms, wlth all tho u_uul conveuicuccs, und ls contparatlvely new. TERMS: Cash ns to expenso of exo ctttlng this trust, uny taxes due und tnipald and proruta portion of the ourrant year's taxos, and pay the ainmnit of money now duo on sald noto anct a credit as to tlu. followlng notes ? $S1. ptiyublo Septcmber 5, 1010; $St, payable March 5, ll)U. and two notos, ono o? 1.2.700 aml ono uf $81. imyal-l-*- S-Ptomuor 5i I_11; b.uUuieo nt ono aud two years, all ileforroil pay ments lo hc ovhlon.c-cl by negotlahlo notes of tho purehaser, l.enrliig Inter? est at the ralu of 6 per oont, (ier an nuui, anil secui'-rt bycloed of trust upon tlu. property, ,. - C. L L-EN0ON, - - Trusteu, 3-Acai Cttate for ifeale. 3Rcat Csftate (or jftate. For All Good High Ground WESTHAMPTON ?e GOtSAtt&NASH MAD.J38 ?>: Want to Make Some Money Quick? Buy 395x170 feet 9 inches of beautlful ground on north sldo Stuart Avenue. runnlng from Clevelanr' to Tllden Street, at $31.00 per foot, and 145x 120 feet, south slde of Cary Street. near AV'ost Street, at $14.00, They are bargalns?both ot them. Ask anybody who knows. HARRISON & GRANT U AUCTION SALE OF THE F.NTIRE STOCK OF THE LATE ELI KULL. AT PETERSBURG. VA., MARCH 15. 1910. As adminlstrator wlth the will an nexed of EH Kull, deceascd. I shall, on TUESDAY. MARCH 15, 1910, at 1 o'clock P. M., ofter for sale by publlc auctlon, at tlio premlses, No. 25 Old Street. Peteraburg, Va., the entlre stock ot goods of the iato Elt Kull. deceased, "conslstlng of hldos, wool, furs, Iron, metals and junk, togcther wlth the offlce flxtures and furnlturo nnd tho good wlll of tho business. Thls ls a llno opportunlty for the purchase :of a large stock and a well cstabllshed business. The stock may bo lnspected and an Inventory soen by applicatlon to the store, No. 25 Old Street. Terms: One-half cash, and the bal? ance upon a credlt ot nlnety days, purchaser to glvo notes, wlth Interest added, wlth satlsfactory Ihdorsers. SAMUEL A. RBINACH. Adm'r c. t. a. of Eli Kull, Dec'd. By A. J. Chewnlng Company. Real Estate Agents and Auctloneers. At tho request of tho owner. we will offer for salo at Publlc Auction upon the premlses, That Splendid Brick Dwelling 215 S. Fourth St. DN WEDNESDAY. MARCH 16, 1910, AT 5 O'CLOCK P. M. Here ls your onportunlty to secure i comfortablo home, centrally locatod 6 ncar "Gamblo Hill Park" on easy terms. A. J. CHEWNING COMPANY, Autioneerg. -Real Cstate for &ale. 13% o l^or sale?New Framo Dwelling on' We.st Main Stroet, near Roblnson. Al? ways rented. Solendld future. RUEHRMUND & BOWLES. _ . 729 E. Main. F A R M S. Homes and Investment'Propertles, be? tween Richmond and Washington; best rallroad service to tlre blg markots. FRANK IT. CON. Ashland, Va, _5?a^?cJoj^cnt^_ FOR RENT. Warehouse Property Nos. 108-10-12 South Twelfth Street Excellent locatlon t'or manufaetnuiiiG Dlant. J. A. CONNELLY & CO. ''? -D--'l-l?-10-lt'~^'_ FOR RENT, At Va. Beach Oconu front; . cpttago wlth forty largo, llght und airy rooms, complotor |y -furnlshed. Every modern con ven leii.c. bath liouse--, servnut's iiuarteis. otc,; also sovoral de>slrabld .small -Ottagos. , BURTON-MARTIN CO? 1011 Pluma'.Street, tforfollf. ."Vj_,i $7,800 West Grace Street A modern 11-room Houso; Graco St.: srjuaro west of college; attractlvo terms. Here Is the prico house you aro looklng for. . CHAS. A. ROSE CO. _6 North Ninth. FOR SALE, $17,500 Main Street Near Fourteenth Three-story Brick Dwelling rentints ror S1.200 per annum. Property ln thls sectlon is rapidly enhanclng ln value. HENRY' S. HUT2LER & CO.. 1012 E. Main St. GINTER PARK Writo for handsome folder descrip. tlvo of thls bcautlful and up:to-dat& suburb. LEWIS GINTER LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO.. _11 lt East Main St. Bargain West Grace Street Resldeneo must be sold at once. Ir you wlsli an up-to-date rcsldence on thls popular thoroughfaro, you may ; savo money by Invostlgatlng thls. RUEHRMUND & B0WLE8, 729 E. Main St. North Sideof l Stuart Avenue NEAR CLEVELAND. 100 feet at $30.00. 1S0 feet deen, The cheapest ground ln Richmond. I3ROOKE. MONCURE & CARTER, _ 1009 East Main Stroet. Don't Buy a Frog Pond AVheu you select a site for a; home get a good lot, We have a bcatity olTHaiiovci! right at the car line; another ori Floyd, also at Robinson Street. Each 179 feet deep aud .very cheap. ? ? .McCL'RDY & fOHNSON,