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Want Ad. Rates. i
\ ONE CENT PER WORD whon
?paid in advance. No Ad, takon
for less than TEN CENTS.
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN TWENTV-EIVE CENTS
when phoned in or charged at thc
counter.
FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS
Phone Monroe 1 for the WANT
AD. MAN to rall._
Eogt anb jfounti.
fiTRA vi';d FROM ?iv RESIDENCE, ON
Oakwood Avenue, ncar Oakwood, on
black young cow and ono .lori.o;
', hoifor: wlth i Itains; lai t se< tu u
Thlrtlcth and l.oigii Streets. FHidcv
klndly I'liolio M.-iill ou 1 T?'"."
JLOST. l-'Kl'l/Cv,". Wtl.H RO.-ARV; h. A.
M. ongraved on cross. Reward if
roturnod to lT.'il XV. Main.
??cip WianttU, i-Hnlc.
(HEN "WANTED, J "I'- r.vji.v.'av
mail, lntoriiul rovenuo, post-olTlci ex
, ainlnatlonu, wrlto for Kichmond ex?
amlnatlon Bchcdule: preparatlon
freft FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept,
432 N, Rochester, N. Y.
(VYANTKD, .VIHTF, ANI) -"OI/M'.Kli
)ii?-n to work ln our nursery, Olnter
Park. ."W. T. ilOOD & CO.
TS. ANTED. TWKNTV-i*l\ i. WHITE
boys, i-i to lt years old; good wages;
; !.'<. hours' work. Applv 6:4D A. M.
and r. P. M.. AMERICAN G-LASE*
WORKS, lifiitplCil and Mlll Ma.
JWANTED, MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; only .short timo required;
\ wages after flrst month; steady po
i sltlon guaranteed; write for cata?
logue. MOLER'S BARBER COL
LEOE. '-'"7 Bowery. New i'ork City.
<;< i|.i ii.Kii SALESMAN WANTED;
tretio man. ' Annly 617 E. Maln St.
V. .*:*"_. Kl>. A FOREMAN FOR PLAN
Ing mlll ar-'i iii '<? plant, lo
J5*1REMI.N AND BRAK !.- -
posltlons or nearby rallros
; rlenee unnecessary; good vislon: a
? . . 30; $.5 to $100 monthly:
-:-.ke- permanent einplovment: nro
. ? ? ?. a month beinit
weight
IN B
lior
M -
HIS
tlth.
&ttuation3 (KUant .&, 0\alt.
:i;i'i:i.
deslres
retail
trOUNG MAN! TWEJ? , ON ; SfEARS
old. who has taken a business course,
vvlshes a. posltlon wlth a imnk or
big flrm- will work for nothing untll
rractlcal work is learnetl; can fur?
nlshed besi of reference aa to rhnr
-,^,'r.r v.lilr.f-s .1 -.1, ran- Tiines
57'-'OMIM-"Tl*NT nriOKKKIOPUI! AM.)
Kci-o-i-al ofll"! man d.sires for per?
sonal reasons to change* hls present
posltlon; can give best references as
t,, charact--r an.l ahilny. Addresa
i. 389, care TImes_Dlspatch._
Wanted, bv an experienced
' re__.istc.red pharmaelst. a posltlon at
onco; best ot references. Address
PHARMACIST, care Carrier No. 8,
Alexandrla. Va. _
^elp VBantefc, JfcmaU.
(lOUNG LADIES AND GlrcL-. DEolR
lng posltlons wlth pleasant uur
I roundlnga and good poy cannot do
! better than wrlte or apply to T lli
! "WHITLOCK BRANCH, Twenty-thlr.
and Cory Streett, Rlchinond. "Va.
f.V_NTED. AT ONCE. A RELIABLK
! cook for famlly of throo. tn an apart
..' ment. Apply 162i*>'A A. Weat Grace.
fWANTED. A SERVANT AT FLAT 1,
No. 17 South Thlrd Street._
fvVANTED. AT~o7._ FLOYD AVENUE,
an experienced cook: references-_
^7.\l*7__rlS>7T_l^r_L"lA"BLl- COOK; MUST
' bring references._201 i_. Maln.
-WANTED. A GIRL TO HELP ON
ladles1 coats. CHARLES FISHER,
?_12 North Thlrd Stl'oet._
' EXPERIENCED ROLL E R S AN D
hunch makers; steady work; good
wagos. Appl.v: at once, 16 Nortli
Seventh. _
&ituations TOmteb, Sr male.
.: _T' toung" 'lap y st e N O g rapher
* of experlence, an English graduato
'? of a Southern college. deslres posl
' tlon at once. Address 2123 Park Ave.
' nuc. Phone -Madison ".llii-.J^
%ANTF.D_ l3iO^ITiON AS ~ IIOI :-1 ?_
keepei* in town or clty, or compan?
lon to elderlv lady, or mother's help
c-i*. Address Rox 35, Keswiok. Va,
lijielp, ifflnle anfc jfemale.
!.."TvNTEdTeVK'R _-~f.-)!'SE'KKKl'Bfr'lN
Richmond to call and see demonstra?
tion of tho marvelotis Inventlon, tlio
| Homo Butter Merger; merges plnt
! of milk luto pound of butter, lr.ak
' ing two pounds wholesonie, sv.'eet
| butter; don't fall to see this won
' derful llttlo machine; agents wanted.
1 GENERAL 1 I'1L1TY SALES AGEN
' CY. 200 W. Broad St. Phone Monroe
1690, _____________
$rofrSgfonalJ|elp WfflwxW.
er:; on reasonable ..rm_; schools i-.up
Dlied wlth teachers without cost.
SOUTHERN SCHOOL BUREAU. Ma?
con. Ga.
ifttonroing.
fwANT__ST'?DtTCUPANTS FOR FUR
nished and heatert room: modern con?
veniences and desirable nelgllbor
' hood; good table board iu .irlvato
famlly; convenlent lo business. Call
? Madlson 5715, _ _
? COMFORTAlfLY FURNISHED S60.M
for rent, wlth excellent tablo board;
reasonablo rates. 101 North Flfth
Stroet._
lfVY":\NTl5l). BOARDERS FOR E.MUIE
and small rooms. 903 XV. Grace.
itARGE, BRIORT AND ATTRACTtYH
I rooms for ront, wlth or without
' board. Reasonable ratos. Rofer
( ences requtrod. 413 North Eighth
Htre*at, 'Phono Madlaon 76JS0. _
OiArtbT-JRS WANTEIi FOR "Di'lSI itA
jln rooms, MR8. MTLLUU, 733 .W'es.t
9-onfD -EHnntrti.
YOUNO -OENTLEMAN, WITH bi p
nt ii-i. i <? ii.'??;, wishos bonrd ,-itni room
ln private famlly; wci l nf rit- i ?
soul ii oi Brond Slreeti nol llmlti d to
price, AddreBB l 317. care Tlmea
PlBpatcli, _ _
WANTED, BOARD WITH PRIVATE
fniniiv; wost "f Harrison fltreetj two
gontlemen tvlll room tOBOthor. Ad
rlroSB, :-. ;i 1 i 11 ;?; ?term.., .1 211, Ctt-fl
'i ImoB-DlBpatchi
BOARD, EV TWO LADIES ON WEST
lintnpt'Mi car Une, Addresa .1 275,
caro Tlmoi Dh-pntch._
WANT ED ' li< >.\ Itl5 Fort HUSBAND
nnd H'-ir: Wesl bt l-'IrM Streot; Btatfl
prlco and location. Addrous .1 282,
care Tlmea-DI patch,_
-ftoomfii for 3_\cnt.
YVHEN VOlT COME TO RICHMOND
Btop whon you ran get a clean,
comfortable bed for 50 conts; centrnl,
reflned nelghborhood; heat, bath;
phono froo; excellent m.ul.i served
next door. 1002 En_t Clay.
CENTRALLY LOCATED FURNISHED
or uiifiirnlflicd rooms. 807 Easl
Orace btrei t.
WANTED, THREE FURNISHED
rooms for llght housekeeplng; mod
ern convenlenci 1, '.'.'. R. KEN
UNFU R -
I :>i" W.
FURNISHED
1 l N. SIj tl..
?n Kf.-inkllti anrl Ml
i&ooinis. Waintto.
!DIUM SIZED ROOM
re some bi -1 room nnd
Addresa G-., Box j
jflars for SRent.
M FLAT;
? :? ?? ung
LIRUT
1020
?. eal Cs.tate Wianttti.
n;i;i.\*i.\'' i-.'.i'.M wa.sti:;.. -.vi;.i,
paj parl cash; balance In Wlsconsln
iroved land. Apply to W. H.
BOWE. 101 E. Franklln St., Rlch
VIR'ilNIA HOME B'ARMS WANTED
Wrlte THE BOWE _- VAN BLAR
COM VIRGINJA liOME LOCATING
AGENCY, Fdnd du Lac. Wls.
3_\tal ?statc for i\eiil.
'I-'iCE.
lin _?! ,
tunlty
FAS
? rent.
North
ARM,
th all
es of
Rlchmoi ??
i\tal CstatE for is>a.c.
..n..<..-. A~$Ii TiMnKi: ___vr;__>...?m'.
new catalogue contains 400 farms
and timber lands; be_t bargains ln
Vlrglnla. I pay your railroad lar_,
Wrlte for freo culalOKue. Addresi
3. R. ELAM, Box . .7. Charlottesvllie,
Va.
FOR SALE, WEST END LOTS, NEAR
Boulevard. Phone Madlson 1467.
FREE REAL i.STATE BEOISTER; 200
select country homes. II. W_ HIL
LEARY & CO., Charlottesvllie, Va.
BEE-.irV:bi':Vin'_. - i:li-in<;"?' n_ Yient
Ing real estate. consult W. E. PUR
t.ELL .IR.. I.O., |..t '..--??. : ..-; -U..
VW. E. PURCELL. JR., CO. REAL ES
tatf, and Loans, wlll movo to 100
North Elghth Streot.
tenant f?r thi - ? years. Ad?
dresa .1 _*s_. care Tlmes-Dispatch.
FOR S A T-E Oll RENT, REAUTIFU L
home in Shenandoali Valley of Vir?
ginia: one-half mile front clty of
Staunton; ten thousnnd populatlon,
liouse on hlgh hlll, comma.niHjig su?
perb view of 300 mlles of mountains:
eleven roorua and uvo baths; hot
water heuiing system; 10.000 gallon
refcervolr; Kewann water supply
through house and stables; tenant
house, six rooms and bath: barn new,
E0.\6U, seven stalls; flfty-llve acres
ground; l.fiOO-four-ycar-old York Ini
perlai applo trees; 200 other frult
trees. some bearlng: 200 grape vines:
large garden planted; poultry plant
for C00 head fowls; concrete incu
bator r-llar; rent, $100 per month,
furnlshed; for sale partlculars. wrlte
\V. W. GIBBS, 1S2S L St.. N. W.,
Wnshington. D. C.
poultrj?-"3fct anD^jtiej^odt
ITaVT- BEEN" SEL__1M- E'KIS FB_..._
pens Single Cotnb AVhite Leghorns,
510 and ?12 per 100; liave left pens
out wlth main flock; will furnish nt
$1 per settlng, or ?5 per 100. AV. M.
MILAM. R. F. Dy 4, Clty._
EGO!_? WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS:
heavy laylng straln; $1 per 13; raam
moih Pe'kln duck egga, $1 i>cr 12.
HOPKINSON, Ivy Depot, Va.
dckJs boarded and conditioned";
new sanitary kennels; freo range;
thirty years' experience. HOPKIN
SON. Ivy Depot, Va._
FOR SALE, THOROUGHBRED JER
sey eow; flvo years old. Apply 704
Lamb Avenue, Barton Heights, or
Pliono Madlson 3014. _
FOR::SALE.".PRETTY BOSTON BULL
terrier, female, nlne montlis old. lti
pound stock. A. B. RAWLETT. Nor
_l'olk. A'iu_;
?"'MODEL''" INCY.BATOri... BROODERS,
baby chiek feed, poultry supplks,
feeds, etc; catalog prices f. o. b.
Rlchmond, Va. W. J. TODD. Rlch?
mond. Va.
iTlcYfii-ONL) rY.T'-lninc. ~ cdiifAN y,
170'J East Cary Street. Clty Cont.113.
-tcrs. Deatl animals removed ut once,
'Phono Monroo 3027. Bijyara of tal
low and bones.
la"d"y~t\vill _lTVrTl.1 UiNetn: MAH
aago troatnicnt for iniiumatlHiTi,
neurasthenla, slontach trouhlea and
chr'onlo dlseases. P. O. tloi ou,
Rjohmohd, Va._
WANTED,. BOAI.DERS FOR A NICE
largo room. _/_i-p4_ 103 East Qrace
Street, _J_
YlUMAN HAIR BOUGHT aND to'OLD
ut HOOIIE-'S. 20S Nortb Thlrd.
i.A liY 11A RRIAGES REPAIRKO.Ytl.II.
lic-r tlres put on. BK.'ICiiUST'A l'*E'.S
IS11 Maln.
Coal anti W&uoti.
'f\'.:, d' l.Yi'y s" on e - Yu-LK" Y. d rd" '"pre^
pared plne kludllng wood. Why l>ay
$3.25 when you can get tho samo
results from thls. Try n load. SAM?
UEL H. COTTRELL & SON. Fhona
Madlson 177.
tiii e~ .viioYY~aTan~1 s*~_Yii_i-inl ? ?A K'
a ud plno wood, $2.75 to 5_-2_ half
- cord. Ho hus mudo a speclal _t?i>y
of wood 1'or ovor twelve years. Ouk
und plne slabs, $2.50 to $2.75. 1 am
known as LONG, TIIE AVOOD MAN,
4^ J-J_fiKS_ WtuUa .u 1003. a?<i W70,
DAILY PUZZLES
What gcm?
ANSWER TO YrSTl-ftDAY'S PUZZLB
("roqtict.
__.
JTor ?>ale.
FOR SALE, WAGONS AND BUGGIE2
to Huit you; Hpccial bargalns In run*
abouts and traps, ut R1CHARDSON
BROS., 'U 5 Brook Avenue.
IRDER TO PLACE ONE OF
Home Ruttrr Mergers in every
ie iu the clty, we havo de
d to have special sale for ton
-,, beginnlng next Monday; $3.75
be the pricc durlng nale; thls
idorful inventlon has been exara
1 by hundreds of people durlng
f'-.v days; thls llttlo wonder has
phenohional Miles throughout
country; everybody deiighted.
.I-.RAI. UTILITY SALES AGEN
'?'<>:. V.'o.-t p.road Pt. (uustalrs).
. LI
RUNABOUTS", ?85; SUR*
o $178; top buggles, $50:
135; grocery wagons and
THOS. II- DUKE
i| Brook Avenue.
FOR SALE
trucks. s
a FULL LINE OF
:ery wagons, surreys,
tl top buggles; all new
set Easter -Monday for
I guarantce to save
-rTt if you buy from B.
. i wlll take pleasuro
ou the stock at 11-13-J.O
IONERY AND ICE CREAM
- for salo; good stand; rea
selllng, party leaving clty.
I 1218 W. Maln._
"washington CHANCES
. :,,..!,?Best bar room on
ran s Avenue. Northwest;
?3 patronage; attractive flx
; Ing business; wholesale
und dellcatessen placo on
enue Wlth an exclusive trado.
ar room ln the District. wlth
room and palm garden; In
tro. of tho theatrlcul sectlon
nu- a business that paya the
.und' these are specials that
be sold quickly. and it wlll
v person lnterejted to see
i , -ii ml iro*". in.v p.-r
irlng t-. enter the liotei or
ni business in this city. W. J.
017 Enulslana Avenue,
gton, D. C. _
.LE. NINE WAREHOUSE
rames segment lioad. elght
Ide. with granlto sllls; also
"alrbanks four-ton platform
good as new. at half price:
y offer A :: WALKUF.
. ;i -_\ Bi "? H :-'i"i:v AND
wlth up-to-date soda
i equipment: desirable
for sejllng.
(276, Tlmes-Dlspatch.
N'GLES. SA S11,
(WARD & SON.
LUMBER, DATHS. SH
ilin.is. doors. WOOI
Ninth und Arch, Richmond, Va.
ONE IIIGH-GRADE RUNABOUT. ONE
Studebaker top buggy, one milk
wagon, second-hand, In good order,
and worth the money. BRISTOW
WORSHAM CO., 1117 E. Maln._
FOR SALE." CHOICE CIIRYSANTHE
nium plants: for beauiiful flowers,
order now. Madison 1421-L._
FOR SALE, PRACTICALLY NEW
laundry wagon; will sell reasonablo
to prompt buyer; one good grocery
wagon in perfect order; j.j. A
MEYER'S SONS, 731 E. Cary._
ske ori; iirsiNEss bfggies. WE
have several that we wlll sell at re.
duced prlces to make room. BRIS
TOW-WORSHAM CO? 1417 E. Maln.
WANTED, TO SELL A PIPpTn OR
chard of three hundred trees, wlth
about flfty acres of land; about two
mllos from rallroad ptailon. Ad?
dress C 107, care I'lmes-Dlspatch.
FOP. SALE, TEN SHARES STOCK
Telepost, Series A, with three con?
vertlbles. at $9 per share: ten shares
Telepost, Serles B, wlth two conver
tlbles, at $S per share; ten shares
United Wireless, preferred, trans
ferable stock, at $.10 per share: wlll
sell a'l or any part of elther klnd;
must be sold at once. honce low
price. Address- "TRUSTEE," P. O.
Ru.-t SS", Norfolk, Va,_
lF~roU WANT SOMETHING DELI
clous, ask your grocer for Smlthfleld
s ausage._
FOR SALE, 75 V. S. McCLELLAN SAD*
dles, 40 pair new U. S. saddle bag*,
SO 17. S. cavalry brldies; 30 flexlble
steel horso collars. JOSEPH C,
DICKERSON, Saddle and Harness
Manufacturor. 1412 East Main._
FOR SALE, GROCERY. DOING GOOD
business; good stock; wlll soll rea?
sonablo; cash business. Address E
160, care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED. TO SELL ESTABLISHEI.
goneral sales agency and mnil ordet
business; well equlpp.d ofllce and
exclusive agents for some of thc
bost selllng patents on the market
very small amount of capital, part
cash, will handle this proposltlon
present owner cannot spare time
from other business reason for sell?
ing. Address B 62, care Tlines-Difa
patch._
WHEAT, WHEAT SCREENINGS
ground oats, alfalfa, wheat bran
oyster shells; eggs for hatchlng
everything t'or poultry ratsers; fre<
catalogs; wholesale and retail. XV. J
TODD. 4 2G N. Slxth St.
SSHantefc.
BRICK BURNER WANTED?A RELI;
ABLE AND FIRST-CLASS BRICK
BURNER*. WHO CAN BURN WITH
WOOD OR COAL, IN UP DRAFT.
KILNS, AND CAN PRODl'l'E GOOD,
HARD, BUT NOT OVER I'U. RN I
BRICK; MUST HAVE RECOMMBN-*
DATIONS. "WRITB OR ^}'^n,}S}
BOSTON BRICK COMPANi, IlOL_
TON, VA. ? ,
WANT1.D TO BUY FOR.CAHW, HOUSE
hoid soodB in any quantlty. 'Phone
Madlson 3S61._.
VvT\l*iTOD7"\T;7CsHlNa AT 215 SOUTH
Second Street. _
ft _____*___. WITH TWO YEARS' I'RAC
tlre wants locatlon ln Virginia or
North Carollna. Address DOCTOR,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch^_
WVN'ri-oT'YOU TO""SAVE "MONEY BY
nlaeiiig your order for awnlngs wlth
ua now and let us havo thein rondy
for snring. aa prices .vlll bo hlgh*?r
. on Cnll Madlaon 7397. SOUTH*
EltN TENT AND "AWNINO CO._
SPRING ANI ri.\\T-l7_vl7l5ANINd. WIN*
downs, \yalla and paitit, shades ane
lace curtalus hung, earpoti. and mat
ilngs lald or removed und cleaned
AVll.l.IE E- PETTUS, General Cou
trnctor r.in W. Delgh St. Phone
Madison 7SS-I-J._
MONl.> 'nV.VS'TED. TO DEVELOP ES
tuhltshed bitsmess; chanco to get li
on tho gromul ii )?.'?; )icl> ore inlne
nll iiuld for; monoy needed for ma
eliln.-ry. Write WUl.il. BOWMAN
llainnloii. Va. ? __
WANTED, DOGS, TO" BOARD FOR AN"*.
length. of llmo; sanltary kennols
freo I'&jige, UOIU_.lNi.ON, Ivy Depot
?.&<*.,....: ????'..
IlOV ACCIDKNTALLY KH.LEI).
Fntnl Mhnt Ww. I-lreil b.v Tlirrr- . mi ?
01(1 llrntli. r of Vlctim.
[Speclal lo Thc tiuk-n- Dlspatch. i
South Boston. Va., Mftn-h 28, JOlin
Harrell, aged ten yeatn, son ol ?'???
.?md Mrs, R. a. Harrell, of thi dIv??.
waa accidontnlly ; hot. nnd killed thla
mornlni*.. l^, ln eompan
two brothers and a friend, wei i
Bhootlng with .*? .22-ealll__e rifle. The
llttle threc-vear-old brother, wllliam,
asked pormlssloti lo shoot, and waa
told ho could do so. provided I??? could
puli the trlgger. After tr-.-in_rf.ir Borne
tlme, .lolin booamo Irapatlenf, nnd go?
ing near, looked down the b_rr? ust
aa iho llttle brother flred, llfl. ball
Htrti.k him In the forehend itnd took
nn upward glance. ''otnlin. oi'' at Ihfl
top of hls licnd. 11o Uved only ? Bltort
Whllo afterwartlf.
LYNCHBURG STOnE lt IHIIR'.I).
Arrests l.nter Mmlo ln Hlnton, W. Vn.,
?>r 'I-.VO '\viittc Men.
[Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.]
Lynchburg, Va.| Alarch 28.?Two
whlte men, givlng tho names of Pcr
row nnd Harglebibck, and clalmlng tp
be from Lynchburg', were arrested thla
morning ln Hlnton, W. Va., and they
..in be brought back here to-morrow
by the sherlfi of thai '-ounty and be
held on lhe charge ol ha. lng n I.
the store of Perrow, Evana ana Com?
pany. Tho men hnd a number of flro
arms when they were arreated.
it wa? dlaeovered thla morning,
when tlie store waa opened, lhal lt
Imd been robbed. the appearancea be
Ing that somo vmo had been locked
up In tho store Saturday nlght when
lt waa closed for the day. The mon
er men who looted the placo lefl by
lhe rear door, and thd pollco knew
nothlnK* of tho whereabouta of the
stolen stuff untll advlsed thnt the ar?
rests had been made in iiinion.
<3XlX^N_3"T-0'.'K AT MV Ni.V. '.\!OI i'
els Of t-pring mllllnery I am now
dlsplnying; also my ready-madc gar?
ments for the season; can savo yot
money and glvo you mtallty ant
correct styles. MRS. JULIUS BEAR
1123 E. Maln SL
'jBuislnesiB ?ppoi-tunfttcs.
MO.N'EV __OANK._. TO INVENToKiT'Tt
patent good Ideas. JOHN WEDDER
BURN. Capltaltat. Brookland. D. C.
WANTED. IU'STLINi. PARTNER T<
help push business of establlshei
general agOncy nnd mail order bttsi
ness; vcrv small amount capital re
qulrcd; company has exclusive agen
cv of some very tis.-fjl patents. Ad
dreaa A ."?.. curo Tlmes-Dispatch.
flatittS.
lOUR^SAVTNUh ARE OF VAST 1M
portance to you, and should be do
poslted ln the strongest bank avail
able. The Flrst National Bank. ol
Rlchmond, Va., has for over fortj
years conducted a successful banktn.
busineas at No. 1101 East Ma.r
Etreet, and has over $2,000,000 of ltt
own money to protect your savings
It allows 3 per cent. Interest or
eavincs acoounts.
CREERV SHIRT CO.. INC, 7_i EAS
Main Street, makers or flne shirts
underwear and pajamas to orjler. Wi
liave all tht* new shlrtings ot thi
test Scotch, Engllsh and Amerlcai
weaves. ?_
WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNO\.
that Jahnke Bros., Jewelero. 'JR
East Maln Street, buy. sell. ex
change and remount diamonds li
the latest styles. old cold and all
ver taken In exchange.
tailors' siYiYai:..' A.NI ' '.
of tools of every descrlptlon groum
and sharpened by expert:-. BIOKER
STAFF'S, 1S11 Main.
ifliscellane ous.____
~~~""fl_i6E'ItEl-AlRINl-.
7BC, HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES; LA
dlee'. 60c Every pair sewed. Be_
leather. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOl
FACTORY. 716 East Maln. 'Phom
Monroe 2667. Wlll _.nd for shoes tUU
return.
ORT1C1AN.
IF YOU CAN'T SEE. GO TO DR. II
BREITSTEIN, the Optlcian, nt 11
East Broad. and he will examtn
your eyes and tlt you with prope
glasses from $1.00 up. Flfteen year
of practlcal und sclentlfic experienc
at your disposal. _
FURNITURE AND CHII.A PACKING
FURNITURE, CHINA AND WEDDINC
presents packed and shipped wlt
care. listlmates cheerfitlly glvei
JACOB UMLAUF. 705 AVest M&t
Street. 'Phone Madlson 3292.
uTholstering AND MATTRESSE.
PARLOR FURNITURE, COUCHES
etc., upholstered in the best man
ner; old hair mattresses made ove
llke new; new hair mattresses a spe
clalty. JACOB UMLAUF, Phon
-.292," 705 AV. Main St.
REMOVED.
FROM 6__ EAST MAIN TO B NORTI
Seventh Street, near the new post
0l__ce. C. B- H AYNES & CO.
LARGE CARNATIONS. 35 CENTS PEj
dozen. M. A. AVHITTY. Phono Madl
son 2380-J.
WATCH rI-PAIRING.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by AVM. TOBIEN. JR.. ls a gunr
antee '--.at lt ls done properlj
Twent*' /ears' experlence. Cleanliu
$1. Main springs, $1. 403 East Broa>
Street. All work guaranteed.
BAKERY.
CREAM PUFFS. 24C A DOZEN, AL
thls week: 10c ples for ,c?eigi
klnds. DRINKARD'S. 423,_ N. SiXtl
JDibiacniii j?otice?L
Rlchmond, A'a., March 14, 1910.
THE BOARD OF DRECTORS OF TU
tmerlcan National Bank have thi
day declared a quarterly dlvidend .
?> 'por cent., payable to stockholt
ers of record at the closo of buaine_
Mnrch 14. The books wlll he close
for the transfer of stock from Mare
11 to Aprll 2. Checks for dlvldon
wlll bo mailed.
O. B. HILL. Cashier.
Richmond. Vn.. Marcn 25, 1910.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF TH
Bank of Rlchmond have this day d.
clared the usual quarterly dtvidotl
of one nml oria-qviarter per cent
payable lo stookhoklers of record i
the close of business March 2S. Tl
transfer books wlll be clpued froi
March 29 to March 31, both lnc.l-_.-iv
Dlvidend check will ba mailed.
II. A. WILLIAMS,
Asst. Cashier.
&cBool?f_
Summer Law Course,
University of Virgini.
The followlng is offdrod;
Rights, Wrongs attd Remedies, forl
lectures.
Evldence, Eciulty and Real propert;
twenty ettch. Roe, Forty Dollurs,
Address JAMES U, liltl-EN,
Law IiiNiructor,
Unlverslty Stnllon, ?.'li<irlotto.*.vllk>, V
McG U1R E?S s choo
Opposlto Miinroo 1-ark. Forty-fUth Seeslo
Preparea for all unlversltlos and. colleges.
JOHN' V. Mclit'll-E. l_.iu-l-.ut.
ASK MR. BOWMAN
A00U1 STEAMSHIP AND T0URIST RCKETS
Hl* oillce ll th* ooly cieliulve, up._>._ote Slenmhlp
i-uJ Tou.lit Ak-cUcy isiii k-'rec lulonnatton liui.au South
ol Mason -t-l DUoa't Uoe. DcU_li ol Ten,, la i'i _
Ori.at, Cie (Mr Jltftn.uiou) ur ..fcuuU .!io \V;?M kf
r iul-cJ. H? aill plan lltnerary (or tlio cheapest .-.
...II .i> iho mo-IcouvvBlent route. All llur<.po_a _nd
Orjruol _,lcjii:,hl(i Llsci Reprewutet!. I_.-lytli!iig.or
the uivel.e, iBCludlny AttlJeat iniunute.
Mad. 5154 708 E. Main ?
?' '? EaUroffDs. _
Atlantic Coast Line
HFFKi'TU'R MARCH ii. 1310.
TRAP.H I.F.AVL RICHMOND DAILY.
Por Florlda and fioutht 1:23 a. M? s:15 a.
.m , ,-..., P. M. and ".??;??'? P. SL
For Norfolk) 0:00 A. M., S:00 P. St.
For ?.. A \v. Ry., W'-nt: tiiOO A. .M., 3:M
niul 9:00 P. M.
1 For [-.-li-r.-ti-Jii:: 1:30 A.. XI-, -tlfi A. M? 8:0!
A. M., lJ.li* 1'. SI- 8:00 1'. M., MiSO P. M.,
6:08 l'. SI- 7:Za P. M? 0:00 P. M? and 11:30
P. .M.
! Foi (i.ld.ibiro flnd Fnyrttevillo: '1:20 P. St.
I Trulni arrlve Rlcfimond dniiy: (:to A. M.,
B:10 A. &t? ?:'.0 A. tt., S7J06 A. M? *8:85. 11:10
A. II., ?*10:45 A. tt., *1:..') P. M.. 6:0"; P. M?
I r..-,', p. M., J:00 P, M- nnd UiOO P. M.
I ? Excopt Sunday. ??Sunday only. n. Excopt
Monday.
| Tlmn of arrival nnd doparturo nntl con
nectlont not gunrnnteed.
C. H. CAMPnELL, D. A. P.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
9:00 A. ' IJnlly?I-'niit trains to dld I'olnt,
4:00 P. (Newport N.ws and Norfclk.
7:40 A.?Dally. Local to :-' _wport News.
B:"0 1*.?Dally. Local to old I'olnt.
2:00 P j Dally?I.oulsvlilo and c 'nclnnatl
11 :00 !'. l" Puilmaus.
C:(_ P.?Dally. "St. Louls-Chlcago Spoclal."
Pullmans,
S:30 A.?Dally?Charlottesvllle. Week dayi
?Clifton Forge.
6:15 P.?Woek days. Local to Cordonsvillo.
10.00 A.? Dally. L'ljunr, Lox., C. Forge.
?>:lu I'.-AV'-.k day? TO I.: iichhurg.
TRAINS ARRIVE lUCHMOND.
J,oral froin Efttt?S:_S A. SL, 7:30 1>. M.
Through from Knst?11:10 A. M., 6:33 P. M.
Local rrom Wcsl-'SiSO A. M., 9:50 A. M?
7:50 P. M.
TlirouBh-7:M A. it., 2:45 p. M. ,
James Itlvor Llno?''iK A. M., (1:00 P. M.
? Dally except Sunday.
Norfolk anel Western Railway
OM.V ALL ItAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Sch'-ilulo ln Eftec-t Maroh .. 19:0.
I.'av II- r.l Htrm-t Siatlon, ulchmond,
FOR NORFOLK: ??:00 A. SL. '3:00 P. M.
FOR LTNCHBURd AND THK WEST: '0M
A M *l;O0 P. Sl- "?'??'? P' M* Arrlvo Rlch
mond: From Norto!k-*1):40 A. M? "G:X> l>.
M., '11:00 P. _it. From tho West?'15:30 A. M.,
??1'30 P. M.. *<":0"> 1'- M- ?11:00 P. M.
p'ullinan. rarlor nnd Slecplni,- C-rs; Cafo
Dining Care. C. lt. IIOSLEV,
XV. B. BEV1LL. D. P. A., Ricl-monil, Va.
<;. P. A? Konnnko, Vn.
?Dally. "Dally, ,-x Sun. _
Richmond and Petersburg Eiectric Railway
Cars leavo Manchester, Sbvsnth ? nd Porry
Stn .ts, for Petorsburg:
??, t, s, ?9, io, ii, ?_: p. sr, l, 2, ?:, 4, 5,
??5:15, ??, 7, 3, ??. 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Cliciter, 12:00 mldnislit for
Peteraburg,
Cars leavo rotcrsburs-. foo*. Sycamoro
Stn et, for Manchester:
6:15, t:J3, "ln:. ?7:3;,. 8:33, !):;.'. ?10:33. 11:33
A. tt., ?:S3, ?1:K, 2:3.'., 3:33. '4:33, 5:35, 6:33,
'.. . - SS, 9:35,^10:40, 11:40 P. M.
?Carrlea liasRco and express.
?? Llmlted, except Sundaye and holidays.
All cars from Petersburg connc.t wlth cara
for Ulchmond. _
8__X_l6__IU- AIK LINE.
Southbound trnlr.s scheduled t j 1~.ivo Rich?
mond daily: 9:10 A. M.?Ltical to Noriina,
Raleigh, Charlol*..-, Wilmington. 1:18 P. M.
?Sleopors and coaches. Atlantn, Blrmlng
hatn, Savannah, Jacksonvlllo anu Florlda
polnts. 7:40 P. M?To Florlda polnta. 10:1:
3*. SL, 10:43 1'. M.?Slcepers nnd coaches
Hovannah. Jacksonvllle, ..tlunt.i. Plrmlng
ham and Memphls. P'orlhboui-d tinins
BChOdUled to arrlvo Richmond dally: 4:ill
,\. M., 7:00 A. M? 7:35 A. II.. 3:03 P. M.. 5:40
i'. M._
_____ li.MONO AND (KESAI T.Alir. BAY
RAILWAY (OSIFANY.
Schedulo of clectrlc trains to and from
Ashland, stopping nt lntermedlnto statlon.i
upon stgnal. Lv. Richmond (Broad ? ani!
Laurel Sts.): 6:(?b, "7:10. S:10b. 9:10. "lOilO,
11:10 A. M-, 1:10, 2:10, 2:10b. 4:10, 3:10. 6:_.0,
7:10b, S:10. 10:10. 11:45 P. SI. Lv. Ashland:
?:...-.-., ?:!.. 3. 9b, 10, "11 A. SI.. ?:.? M.. "1.
:-. :. (ii. 3. ?, 7, Sb. o, li P. M.
? i except ! inday. "Sunday only.
MioE3}Freaeri(M2 & Poioiac R. B
, TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYONL
I Loave Richmond
j *4.30 A.M. Maln St.Sta.
?4.50 A.M. Brrd S(.S(a.
I ?6.20A.M. ByrdS(.S(s.
' *7,10A.M. MalnKt.NW.
! |7.16 A.3I. Ilyrd 8L Sla.
! ?";.:!.') A.M. Maln S(. Kt.a.
?S.IOA.M. Bvrd Kt. S(a.
?12.01 ?. lljIilSl. '-'.ta.
! t-?.00P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
M.loP.M. Klba Station.
I *5.1fi P.M. Maln St.Sta.
1 ?S.2()P.M.ItyrilS(. SU.
Arrlre Rlclitnonil
?7.60 A.M. nyrdSl.Stt
11.:t", A.M. n)rdSt.S(o
?1.10 P.M. Main St.Hta
?2.6HP.M. Byrd St.Sta
?7.15 P.M. Byrd St.Sta
?7.35 P.M. MalnSl.Hta
?O.IOP.M. BvrdSt.Sti
tlO.O!) P.M. Main St. Stn
110.25 P.M. Bjrd St.Sta
?10.:io P.M. Maln St.Sta
?1.10nlgbtiJyrdSt.8U
B ! ACC0MM0DATI0N TRAINS-WEEKDAYS.
r Leave Byrd St. Sta. 1.30 P. ti. tor KredcrlckMinnr
B Leave Klba Sta. 7.50 A.M.,0.30 P. M. for Ashland
8 ; Arrlre Byrd St.Sta.S.Sf, A.M. from rroilorlcksb'i.
I Arrlve Elba Sta. 0.40 A.M?6.."t) I'.M.frum Ashland
? | ?Daily. fWetkdsys. ?Sunday3 only. (;Dail>
| except Monday. All trains to or from Byrd
3 ' Street Station (except trains lexvinu 4.50 n. m
h : and arrivlng 1.10 night) stop at Elba. Time o:
1. arrivalo and depcrturcs not guaranteed. Read
n ', the siens._
Southern Railway
TRAINS LEAVE RICIISIOND.
X. B-?FollOH-inu schedulo flh-urcs publbhcc
aa Information aiul 1101 guaranteed:
t;;l'.i A. ST.?I'.iily- i.ocal tor Ch...lotte.
10:43 A M.?Dally?Llmlted?For nll point:
South. Pullman t.nd Dny Couche?.
0:00 F- Sl.?Ex. Sundii)?K?5-BVli:"a Local.
11:43 P. SL?Dally?Llmlted, lor all polnti
Pouth. Pullman ready 1?:3U P. M.
VUltlC RIVER LINE.
4:30 P. SI.?Kx. Sun.?To West Pt., con?
nectlng for llaltlmore Slon., Wed. and Fri.
4:30 A. SL?Ex. Sun. and 2:li p. M.?Mon.
Wed. and Frl.?Local to "Veat P..- ..
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From tho South: 7:00 A. SL. 0:30 P. SI.
dally; S;40 A. SI-, Ex. Sun., 4:10 F. M., Dall:
(Local). .
From West Point. 9:30 A. M-. dally; ltt
A. SI. Wed. and *l.i 6:45 P. SI., Ex. Sun.
S. E. BUROESS, P. P. A..
0^) E Slaln St. Phona Marlson 453.
Baltimore Steam Packet Co
Equlppod tvitU wireloss tclouraphy.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE J'OItTH VI,
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leavo Richmond Dally except Lundny vli
N. & XV. Ry. 3:00 P. SI-, Norfolk 0:30 V. U
C. & O. Ry. 4:W P- M- ?1(1 Foint 7:30 P. Sl
6. D. S. S. Co. 7:C0 P. Sl. (ono dny in Nor
lollc).
Va. Nav. Co. 0:30 A. SI. (Slondar, Wednes
day and Frlday).
Tickets at all offlces. For st-'.crooms ap
ply to H. SL BOYKIN. Asont. S30 E. JIali
BtD~IK3MINldN"ONE
HOR NORIOLK AND NEW YORK.
Lv Richmond (foot Ash St.) dally...7 P. Si
Leavo Newport News.5:00 A. S'
Arrlvo Norfolk.0:00 A. Sl
Connccts wlth main llne stenmors leavin
Norfolk for New York daily except Sunda
id|7-oo P. sr. Conneotlon also mado br N. -
'-. I W. Ry 3 P. SI. an'd'-C.&O. Ry. "t 4 P. s
lt J Nlght Llno steamers stop at Cluromonl t
land or recelvo pasaensera 011 Bigmii.
VIKdINIA NAVlCA'l'ION CO. .Tnmes Itlvt
bv dnyllght for N'orfollc, Old I'olnt, Nuw
port News and all Jamea Klver lancliii?*i
stenmor leavea Monday, Wednesday an
Frlday at 7:00 A. M. Froleht recolved fo
nll Jamea River laiidiiu;s. Tlcket oltlce s:
B3, Main St. _ '_
Merchants and Miners TransportationCo
Norfolk to Boston, Slahs., and
I'rovldi.iH'i*. IJ. 1.
Steamers leave Norfolk for J'oston Run
.iu- and Frl.; for Provldenco S.Vn,, Thui
and' sat, at o p, M. Paasengora ond frelgh
tnken tor ull Now England polnta. Tlcket
on sal- at oltlce 0, & O. Rv.. N. & XV. Ry
S 11. Bowman, 708 Knst Slatn, and Rlcl
Trans. Co? Si9 1:. Slaln.
XDltWAV-UKVII'll (ill.!- I.IN1S, L'l'l
IVoivyort Si'?H or Norfolk to llttYtiuu
Iiml Vcni <'rni_;.
.STi:.\S1SIIlI'-"N()lU?MI?A," APRIL 2D)
aiul aolllns nt tho end ot' each inont
theroatter, tako i>asBohsers and frelKli
to llavand, Cubu, and Veru Clruz, IMcN
leo.
PASSHNGEU HATKS.
Tjili*
Cabln, (.'las:
ltampton Itoud.s-lIiiViin.-i WO 00 ClO 0
Hampton Roiids-ipuorto
Mexico . sr.'io 00 m__:5 o
H n tn pton lti)iidn-Vi.>iii
Crim .'? . 9aO OO *_:.-. 0
lOrolSht llllti'H I'lKiu Ai?j?llt*n(lau,
? l.\ir t'lirtlii'" liiluriiUili.Hi, llpflly to
l'l K'M'ISS, WI'i'HV * CO? 1,'t'i).,
a Aue'Xii,
Aci)i?vi't IVtMin ov .iVoriwib., Va.
Suctum #ale& jf uturc l^a^, ^nttion ^aki,^ntmtJBapjL
Mayo .Salva^o Cot-JiO-fUIOrt, Auctloneers,
Bankrupt Sale of the Stock, Fixtures, Tools, Machinery,
&cc, of the Ainslic Carriage Company.
BUC-OTES, CARRIAOEEf, WAGONS, HARNESS, ELECTRIC MOTORS, WOOD
WORK1NO MACHINERY, BLACKBMlTH AND WIH_I.LV, RHHIT TOOLS,
IIARDWARE, PAINT, LUMBER. &c, AT AUCTION.
Bv vlrtue of a decreo enfered on tho 22d dnv nt Mnrch. 1. 10, in the Dl_
trlrt Court of the L'nited St.itea for tho Rasteru Dlstrlct of Vlrglnla. ln tho
mattor of.tho Alnsllo Carrlngo Co., a bankrupt, I wlll sell for tho undor.
Blgned, trtfctee, at No. 8 SoutB Elghth Street, nt. )_:_" A. M.i
WEDNESDAY, MARCH _". 1010:
Runabouts, Bugglcs, Stanhopes, Phaefons, Surroys, Jurtipert, Top nnd p?
Hverv Wagons. Truck.-, Harness, Harnesa oll .md Dressing, Sponges? Chamois,
Umbrellas, &c.
Two Electric Motors. Band V;i\\; Double Surfacer, Ijarlng* Machlne, CUt-Off
Saw, Power Drlll Presses, imbbcr Tlre Machlne, Leajher SoWlng Machlne,
Porsre:., Tlre cutter, Tlre R.nder. Anvils, Blacksmlth and Wheelwrlght Tools,
Sliaftlng, Hangers, Pulleys and Belting.
Carrlage and Wagon Hardware, Leather, oll Clo*th, Palnts, Vnrnish, Colors,
Brtishe.-, Lumber, Strap Iron. Spokes, Shafts, Relns, Odd Wheels, poles and
numcroun nnd mlficollaneous articlcs,
TERMS: Cash. .10IIN P. LEA. Trustee ln Bankruptcy.
Mayo Salvage Corporatlon, Auctloneers. ' .
9t_ttton ?3>ah&, ^fjia 33ap.
GROCBRIES, STORE FIXTURES,
SHOWCASES, TOOLS, 8CALES,
CASH REGISTER. ETC
AT AI'l'TION.
We will sell for owner', at 22t5 South
Seventh Strect.
TUESDAY MARCH 2., lOlfl,
al 10:30 a. M., thelr t'r.-sh stock of
groceries, conslstfng of Canned Goods,
Bottled Goods, Cakes, Candles. Notions,
Clgars, Tobacco, Snuffu, etc, rour
Showcases, one Drugglst'S Case. three
1 Counters, on,. National i.'.i.-h Rog
r, one Platform Scnles, Countcr
Scales, Paper Rncks, Chcesc Case, Ice
Box, Shelvlng, .Measures. Oll Tank nnd
Measures, Paper and Paper Bags', etc.
Sale positive.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.,
Auctloneers.
I ?
HIGH CONSTAELE'S SALE.
T wlll sell by publlo auction, on
TUESDAY, THE 29TH DA V OF MARCH
1910, at :t o'clock P. M., at my sture
llOUSC No. 130G East Franklin, the
followlng property, to satlsfy distress
wnrrants and executlons ln my hnnds:
Bureas, washstan'ds, Hatracks*. Refrlg?
erators, i"t of Groceries, two uprlgnt
Pianos. etc.
TERMS: Cnsh.
W. H. WYATT. JR.,
lf. C. C. R.
auction g>alcs, Jfutttre 3__?ap&
By Elam ._ Funstan;
Reai Estato Auctloneers.
PUBLIC ACTION SALE
OF TIIE
WELL-LOCATED, SPACIOUS AND
VERV DESIRABLE CHURCH HILL
RESIDENCE,
No. 314 N. Twenty-ninth
Street
Between Broad and Marshall Streets.
On MONDAY, APRIL 4,
at 5 o'clock P. M.i
we shalt, l>y dtrectlon of the ownet
sell by public auction, on tho premlse.
the above named couveniently an
pleasantly sltuated detached three
story brick and frame residence o
nlne rooms, with modern convetiIencc<
electric and gas flght, hot water heal
bath, wnter on two floors, being wel
appolnted, of substantlal character ani
ia good repair; lot "32x130 feet. wltl
wldo pavod alley In rear. Thls is ;
reaily deslrnhlo home, in a good nelgh?
borhood, would command good rental
and prove a good Investment at tlu
moderate price expected for It, an'c
lnvestors as well as homeseekers ar<
respectfully urged to attend this sale
TERMS: Llboral antl announced at
sale.
ELAM __ FUN3TEN,
Auctloneers.
COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE
OF
LOT AND FRAME DWELLING ON
VENABLE STREET, LOT AND
FRAME DWELLING ON ST. JAMES
STREET, AND LOT AND BRICK
DWELLING ON FIRST STREET.
By vlrtue of a decreo of the Law am:
Equlty Court of tho clty of Richmond
entered on the 23d day of March. 1910
ln tlie suit of Wllliam B. Pizzini et
als. vs. GaSklns's Admx., et als., the
undersigncd speclal commlssioner wll
sell at public auction, upon their re
s-pective premlses, on
MARCH 31, 1010.
at 4 o'clock P. M.
housc nnd Iot known and ileslgnatec
as No. 1S30 Venable Street. Rlchmond
Va., fronting 19 feet on the north sid(
of Venable Street, and runnlng bach
about 130 feel, witli frame dwelling
of llvc rooms.
At 5 o'clock P. M?
liouse and lot No. 711 St. James Street
fronting 15 feet, more or less, on tlu
east slde of St. James Street, und run
ning back about 70 feet, wlth franit
dwelling of four rooms.
At 5:30 o'clock P. M.,
liouse and lot No. S1S North Firs
Street, frontlng 15 feet on tho wes
side of First Street, und running bacl
nbout 60 feet, wlth brick dwelling o
four rooms.
TERMS: Cash.
JOHN P. LEARY,
Spoclal Commlssioner.
I, P. P. Winston, clerk of sald court
eertlfy tliat tho boud requlred of th
speclal commlsslonor by Iho decrei
in said cause ot March 23, 1910, ha:
been duly given.
Given under tuv hand thls 2Jd da;
of Mareh, 1910. . _ .
p. P. WINSTON, Clerk.
Wm. B, Pizzlni Co?
Real Estate Auctloneers,
723 East. Maln Streot.
iEeal ?_.tat_ for SRent
FOR RENT,
At Va. Beach
Ocenn front; cottage wlth fort;
large, llght and ftll'y rooms. completo
ly furnishei+r-^T_>ery modern conven
lonco, bath houses, servant's quttrters
etc; also several desirabio smu!
cottages.
BURTON-MARTIN CO.,
103 Plumo Street,
Norfolk, Va.
Advertising Plans
Wo C&n tital.o ii success of your pro
position thioitgh' our lested plans o
lUdlclOUS advertl.-ing. lt costs yoi
nothing for e_.tiu.ute_. Wrlte OV phon
now.
Freeman Advertising Agency,
70-1 .luluul lUUtf-i ?K'_t-U-uU, Va.
Suction &ale?., HW 23a_.v.
Mayo Salvage Corporatlon,
Auctloneers.
GROCERIES, SHOWCASES; COMPUT
ING SCALES, COUNTERS, SHELV
ING, CANDY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
ETC.
We wlll sell at No. 510 North Second
Street, at lti::.n A. M.,
TUESDAT. MARCH 29, 1910,
standard brands of Corn, Pens, Toma
toes. Peaches, Dutch Cleaner, Syrup,
Molasses. Coffee, Tea, Me.-its. Flsh Roe,
Washlngton Powders, Starch, Break,'
fast Foods. Soapine, Pork and H-jnns,
SnrdThes, Condensed Milk. Lye. Pepper,
..Mustard, Cocoa, Chocolnte, 35 sacks
Flour, Iferring, Mackerel. Lard, Salt
Meat, Oil Cans, Latnp Chimneys,
Brooms, (,'lgars, Cheroots, Olgnrettes.
Sntilt, Smoklng nnd Chewlng !jtabacco;
Cakes, Candy, Crewing Gum, *_?how
i-_-l?i-, Counters, Shelving, Trays, Ment.
Tools, Computlng and ''ounter ScalCS,
Paper nnd R.icks, Unexplred Lease.
TERMS: Cash.
MAYO SALVAGE CORPORATION.
Auctloneers.
By The Valentine Auction Co?
Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES AUCTION SALE
OF
STOCK OF SHOES. TRUNKS, HAND
BAGS, STORE FIXTURES. ETC.
Ry vlrtue nt a deed of trust, duly re?
corded in the Chaneery Court of Rlch?
mond, Va., from W. H. Hayes & Co.. to
me. aa trustee. i wlll sell, on the pre?
mlses, No. 712 North Second Street.
TUESDAY, MARCH 2,.'T1I,
commenclng at io:30 o'clock A. ____ the
stock nuul storo llxtures, convcyed to
me as trustee, viz.: a nlce. clean stock
of up-ti>-d.it.> Men's, Ladies' nnd Chil?
dren's Shoes, In plain and patent leath?
er:* Hand Bags, Suit Cases. Trunks.
Nickel Window Stands, Linojeums Ta?
bles, Chairs. ShelVlng; Fteatlng Stove,
etc. Sale positive.
TERMS: Cash. ? . .
... II. POLLARD. Trustee.
niE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
Auctloneers.
Suctton ^ales.. jfumrE*3ajP&.
Hy Pollard & Bagtty,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
AUcfli ix sai.r.
OF THE MOST
Attractive Lot
ON SOUTJ-EAST CORNER OF
Grace and Davis
Avenue
Ixl I". FEET 'J'u ALLEY.
WEDNESDAY, MARi'H 30, 1910.
at 6 o'clock 1* M., tho ahove mentloned
lot. lt ls a beauty; ln full view of
Davls Monument Davis Avenue is 95
feet wide. with grass plot in centre.
TERMS: At .-me. -Phono ns.
POLLARD ,<_ BAGBY.
1102 E. Maln Street,
By Green & Rcdd.
Real Estate Auctloneers.
AUCTION SALE
OF
615
Beverly Street
t\ NEW EIGHT-ROOM DETACHED
DWELLING, WITH ALL MODERN
IMPROVEMENTS. NOW RENTHD
TO AN EXCELLENT TENANT.
On WEDNESDAY. MARrH 30. 1910,
at 5:30 o'clock P. M.. on thc premlses.
wc wlll offer tho above property at
auction. This ls a solid investment or
a flrst-class home.
TERMS; LIbcrul.
GREEN & REDD.
Trustee's Sale of the Desira
ble Two-Story Dwelling
No. 8 1 IN. 7th Street
By vlrtue of a deed ot "trust, dated
February 29. 190S, Of record in Rich?
mond Chaneery Court, D. B. 197 B,
pago 4(1, default having been mado in
the payment of the debt thereln se?
cured, and belng requlred so to do, I
wlll sell, hy public auction, on tha
premlses, on"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1910.
ut 5 o'clock I'. M.,
the vcry attractive dwelling, No. s11
North Seventh Street. Tho lot fronts
Hi te^t on the east side of Seventh
Streot, and runs back 122 feet to an
alley. Tho dwelling is woll bullt, and
rented to an excellent tenant at 512.50
per month. Thls salo offoi'S an excep?
tional opportunity fo,' those deshlng
a nlce home or paying Investment.
TERMS; Cash as lo exponsos of _ra'.o
and to pay a note of STjO, with Inter?
est from February _S, 1010; balance
al one aml two year--.
;_*. L DEr\'OON.
Trustee.
Mayo Salvage Corporatlon,
Auctioneers,
1102 E. Maln.
Groceries, Soap, Candy, To?
bacco Show Cases, etc.
A L" AUCTION.
We sell in our wareroomB, 1403 East
Main Strect, at 10:_0 A. M?
THURSDAY, -MARi'H 31, 1910.
;.-, ca.-cs standard brands Tomatoes, li
C!i_.e_ Soap, ;;"? eascs Apple Buttor, 13
Co kits Horrlng Ro.. 20 pytses Shoe
Poli.li, 10 cases Stove POltsn, IU caa._i
Klurch, ;! cusi-fi Suuc.., in c:i_c. Tonia
to I'ulo. s boxea Mustard.- ir> case
Prepared Mustard. " casos Stock Food,
in casea Codiish, 2Q caddlea I'hc-ivm:.
Tobacco, to ca.so_ Tomato Catsup,
Clgars, 50 pounds Sinoklng Tobacc i
largo stock ot' groceries ln broken lots,
Sliowcases. Oll Tank, Computlng Sealn_,
r-'ttcc MiU, CountB.a, etc,
MAYO BALVAOE CORPORAYIOS"
Auctloneers.
, TERM;.; C_._h,

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