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Want Ad Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD when
fiaid in advance. No Ad. taken
or less than TEN CENTS.
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
when phoned i:? cr charged at tho
counter.
Classification not guaranteed j
after 9:30 1' M.
FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS;
Phons Monroe 1 for ?m WANT
AD. MAN to call
?Lcigr ana rffonnn
C5 >.VJ\" A ''?'t'flVir'WK.NCi I -1 'OODLE
dog; 1111golden spots on ita cars.
Roturn to U3U North Eighth Street
und fccelvo roward.
LOST. ONE GOLD DOUBLK-rACKI)
watch mi Main between Fourteenth
and IJbby Hill Park. Iiiitlul S. Ii. W.
on front ?i watch; leathor fob at?
tached. Roward n returned to 1316
Hast Main Street.
Tj ?ST, i SOLD BUACEIiBT: ElTH KB ON :
Allen Avenue, Broad and Twetity
iifth Street ear Or on Oak wood car.
I toward If returned to l<<2:: West
Grace Street.
LOST. ON THE, STREET TUESDAY
afternoon, a gold heart scarf pin.
Finder will please return to DR.
TAYLOR. I North Sixth Ktrect.
Uleii) aiaantto. ftlalr
Wa'nti :i >'. "a' ' ;u6d man' F6ft"'o*E'N*-'
cr:il farm work: st'ite experience isnd '
w igoi roqulred. EDWARD Mc
. s when I.V. Lee., Va._
Bet ready for chauffeurs' Po?
sitions for spring. $100 to tl'.O
monthly Balary guaranteed compe?
tent graduates. Unlimited scholar?
ship; one-ball down: balance when yuu
get position, actual practice, day or
night Instruction. Write or call na?
TIONAL AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. 11
West Main Street, near Jefferson
Hotel._]___
WANTED, A GOOD LINOTYPE M A -
chlnlst-oper&tor; must be competent.
WILLIAMS printing CO.. I1-13-1G
North Fourteenth Street. City. ?
VA NT ED, a FIR ST "OLA ? A i "T?MO
bllu driver and repair man. No uth
er* need apply. MANAOER, 11 W.
.Main Street.__
WANTED,! $70 MONTH. CUSTOMS IN
leriml revenue, railway mall clerks.
List of spring examination In Rich?
mond now ready; preparation free.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dep't 400
P. !:<., li'Mcr. N. Y.
WANTED, FOR U. S. arm v. ABLE
bodied, unmarried mot*, between ages
or IS and 30: citizens of l"tiitr<l States.
r>t k<>'"1 oharaetcr and temperate hab?
its, who can speak, read and write, the
English language. For Ii.formation ap?
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE, SiO East
Broad St., Richmond, \'a.; 131 Sycamore
fit . Petersburg! N'n or Columbia Butld
Ing. Grnnby St., Norfolk, Va. ? i
WANTED. a good 8T J0NOGP. a P IIER
mid typewriter; salary, $500 a year.
One used to Dictaphone preferred.
Add res? K 44. care _T1 tnes-Dlspa tch.
WANTED. AN E X P E It I E NO E I?
presser. Apply at once. GANS-RADY
COMPANY.
IWANTBDi V YOUNG MAN WHO. HAS
lind experience selling farm ' ma?
chinery; permanent position. Ad?
dress stating reference and salary
expected, j Ssss, care Tlmcs-nisputch.
Situations ?iH?ute?, iilalc.
uami;m, PO^vPfi?N UV' CNREGI.s
tered drug clerk; married; six years'
experience; best references. Address
I-' ftj:. .are Times-Dispatch.
TJt?VELINi I SALESMAN^ SIX y EARS'
experience, would like position with
reliable house. Address U 41. care
Times-Dispatch,
YOU NO M? N\ M? it HIE d7~?O E 33*.
wants position as salesman; retail
clothing or shoo store; can bring
good trade; city and country; have
private mailing list. Address G 31.
? i. Tlines-Dlspuieh.
?REGISTERED DI?JGGJST WANTS
position as clerk or manager 61 good
drug store; lit teen years' experience
In lirat-clnaa drug stores. Address
F 33. care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, TO" REPRESENT REPU
lablc manufacturer or wholesaler In
Virginia nnd tho Carolinas on com?
mission basis; call produce results.
\ddrese- H LM. . arc Time?-Dispatch._
yOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED, QUICK,
accurate and sober, wants clerical
position, construction company pre?
ferred; Address F 38, care Tlmca
Olsnatch.
WANTED, n\ JTO?N? MAN LICENSED
to practice in Virginia, position with
reputable law lirin where ability
will bo rewarded, and chanco to
make good. Ten years' otllce expe?
rience with railroad. Own and oper?
ate typewriter, and have small work?
ing Horary, Address V -V, care
Tlin?s-Dlspatoh
WANTED. POSITION AS~?)??KKEEP
6r or office work by a thoroughly
competent young man: tine office
man or assistant; nine years of prac?
tical experience with business houses
and corporations handling accounts;
keen any set of books: t;ood penman;
operalo typewriter; quick at tigiircs.
Now employed by a largo-corpora?
tion. Good reason for wishing
change, Reasonable salary. Con?
sider Investing small amount In bus?
iness. Bor.d and references given.'
Address; Lock Box 134, Eli/.ubcth
City, N. C.
$elu ZSBnnteb. .1f?mau.
W ANT1-:i 5pA N EXl'K111 EN? !E 11 S AI.I-'.S
lady for ladies' tailoring cstabllsh
irient. Apply S. BUDMAN, 040 West
Grace.__
WANTED, i . A ?? SBTTLBD - PERSON
(lady) to take charge ot a family of
six. Applv after 6 P. M. at 1133
North Twenty-fifth Street.
WANTED, AT ONCE, A COOK. APPLY
Mor.umciil Avenue.
WANTB1 ~ L?i?Y~OK GOI ?*D ADTJrESS
to canvass for an article of merit
used in every household. Address
J 3i>, care Times-Dispatch,
$}valtstS\Dwl SK'? ?K3ant?a.
WANTED." AT "'ViN'ciC ~ I'KAC'cViCi: ^
with first und second grade certlil
rates for one-room rural schcola.
P.. w. OR1DLIN, Manager Virginia
Teachers' Iturciiu, tsoutli Richmond,
Va.
TEACHER?. FOR SOUTHERN PRB
paraiory schools.'.and colleges. Such
positions are filled early; calls cotn
iujA In. Enroll now; guaranteed
crvlcc. SHERIDAN TEACH ERS'
j'. AoENCVi Gruonwotxl, S. C.
^itunu'OH?, ^rofeu?ional.
\\ ^NTED/ A - POSITION TO '~TI0A(ili
small children; no music; qulcl
? homo. "IIA V ER FOR D'," F?rlt Union;
Va.
KET'i'I.i:!' "?ENTid5MAN <>!?" T1 IN
years' osperience it willing to act as
lutpr a few hour.; each day. Address
I. 1? I, 'eni e Tinies-Dl.vpatch.
Coal nub ?5^oob.
WO??*"fo BURN SHOLTLtTBE. WOOD
indeed. I have made a bpeelalty of it
Muco IS97. Recently I have added
free-burning coal; there Is a dif?
ference, too. LONG, The Wood Man.
Madison 1060.
t)UALTTY~" AND " Qt I ANT IT V A IIH
guaranteed from us. ,Wo have! oak,
plno or alab wood, and our prices
nro right. Wre plens?, everybody
Phono Madison 6913. NORTH CARO?
LINA WOOD AND COAL CO., 82?
Brook Avanue.
<?oItcttor?f anli fenlrgmrn. .
HALE^Tan"'t1J^CA? ?N"^d6?t\5rS.
i: :.1 Mi. thed trade. Cleun, well-paid
work tor hard worker. Also uno tor
central Virginia. P. O. Box 121, Phil?
adelphia.
^?Nt'i^STuf'^^TlbHT ft 13 rIS*.
Something" liowj $45 to $90 a week:
Hells on bight; 10') per cent, prollt;
no charge tor territory. New auto?
matic razor sharpener, absolutely
guaranteed for life. One agent,
without experience, took 27 orders
first day out (sworn statement); 2
orders next day. Profit for two
days $79.60; -100,000 sold In four
months: phenomenal money maker.
Men everywhere are excited over tho
mysterious accuracy and perfection
<>f this little machine. Wrlto to?
day for full details, free. Wo want
u. thousand agents In exclusive ter?
ritory at once. Address THE
NEVERFAIL COMPANY, 910 Colton
Building. Toledo, Ohio.
ioubiiiiuj ta/uvjutiuuu.ua,
ii'itei/lease kok sali_7?~a mod
ern hotel of 35 rooms; beautiful lob?
by and parlors; all uowly papered
and painted: completely and attrac?
tively furnished; in one of tho best
towns in the Stute,; doing a litst
class business. Best of reasons for
selling lease. Address '.HOTEL OP
l'< H ITCNIT V." ca re Times- Dispatch
WANTED, .MAN WHO CAN INVEST
small amount lit good proposition.
Address .1 )!!, care Tlines-Dlspalch.
THE NOONANDSON BE A LTV CORPO~
ration, 2f> North Eighth .Street, have
the largest selection of genuine busi?
nesses for disposal In Richmond, und
parties wishing to buy or sell aro
requested to see them. No business
put on tho market unices thoroughly
Inspected.
AMONGST OTHERS. WE CAN OFFER
harbor's business, 3 chairs; fine
stand on main car track; have done
up to Id week: rent only Sis. Mod?
ern fixtures and Uttings, bargain at
$500. Terms can be arranged; rare
(?bunco for practical man to com?
mence.
CONFECTIONERY; TOBACCO. CIGARS.
Ie<: Cream Parlor, etc. Good central
stand, splendidly fitted up; average
turnover nearly ?400 month. Val?
uable Inventory. Fixtures cost the
money ashed and proprietor win
take SI.-too for tho whole built. Call
at '.'S North Eighth Street._
SMIT UP IK LI > 8A1' S A i; !?.. ~t\TtAI' P KD
in parchment paper; blue label; all
pork._
HUMAN HA III rJOCOHT- AND SOLD
at HUOHEB'8. 2(19 North Third.
SHORTHAND, TY PH WHITING A NT)
bookkeeping taught in day and eve?
ning classes. Call, wrlto or tele?
phone for particulars. MASSEY
ISV.-UNKSri COLLEG E.
H. SCHOSTOCK,
ARTISTIC LADIES' TAILOR.
GO" E. BROAD -ST. 'PHONE MON. 2105.
SMJTHFIELD SAUSAGE. WRAPPED
In parchment paper; blue label; all
pork._
ABSOLUTE PURITY AND FREEDOM
from organic matter?tlvc gallon- foi
25c?Holly Spring? Llthla Wc'.er
Phono Monroo 477_
WANTED. Vo"BUT FOI* CASH.'_-OU_>?-?
hold goods tn any quantity. Phon?
Madison 3S51.
h k g O N D-H A N D MACHINERY OK ;
of every description bought at full i
value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 E. j
Cary Phone Madison 352?.
WA N TI; i). tlxLTu itZ "u to know I
that Jahr.ke Bros., Jewelers. 911
East Main ireet, buy. sell, ex?
change and remount diamonds In
the latest styles. Old gold and sll
| ver taken in exchange.
I DOLLARS AND SENSE WILL BE
, gained by a thorough course In our
i.ml Enter any time. I.?ay and
evening classes. MASSEY BUSINESS
_ COLLEGE._i
WANTED. TO BORROW $63 ON GOOD '
hi.rity; will pay back monthly, and
will pay good Interest. Security
ample. Address J 653. care Times-,
i ilspatch._j
fteal C?ratc for i\cnt.
B-ve US Y?UB PROPERTY To'sELL. :
rent or Insure. We will do the rest. 1
d. n. WALKER & co.. Real Estate
and Insurance. No. 1, MuiujI Bulld
! Ing._
BARN SUITABLE FOB STABLE* OB
garage. 41fi West Grace Street.
\\cai Estate lor ss-nie.
VA hUAUI.i:" FARM FOR s.U.k - JSSii
! acres in Northern Granvllle. n. t:.;
one-eight mile from siding of South?
ern Railway; red land, peculiarly
adapted to grain, grass and stock
raising: ten-room dwelling: out?
buildings: three settlements; well
watercdronc-thlrd open. Pine and oak
timber; original forest. Terms easy.
Sold direct by owner. Immediate
possess!,,n given, Apply to F 4".
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
WEST GRTvcE-STREET HOUSE! I
rooms, In flrst-eluss condition; all
cosh or easy terms. The owner will
take small house, aK first payment.
Address C 42. care Times-Dispatch.
FARMS AND TT>n3ER~ LANDST~oub
new catalogue contains 400 farms
and timber lands; best bargains In
Virginia. 1 pay your railroad fare.
Write for freo catalogue. Address
J. R ELAM. Box 267. Charlottosvllls,
Va._ _
WEST END LOTS, THE CHEAPEST
to be found. Madison 14i>7._
G1 V e US YOUR PROPERTY TO SELL,
rent or Insure. We will do the rest.
D. n. WALKER & CO.. Real Estate
und Insurance. No. 1 Mutual Build?
ing._ _?, ?
1-or. "sale, SMALL FARM CUT IN
parcels lo suit the buyer. Also one
lot tit Gintec Park?Lot 16, Bloch l, j
I la U th?rn.-. Avenue Apply tn b, .1.
PEITRICK, 2701 East Main Street.
MILL'PROPERTY: AND stork FOR
sale.?r23-barrel roller mill, sifter
system, three stands double rolls;
also cull mill and cob crusher. Ex?
cellent mill building. 36x40, ;t 1-2
stories: 6-room miller's house. "?ar
ly new; eight acres land; also
?toro. now doing good business.
Mill ::o0 yards from station In
good farming community: running
all the time und has splendid cus?
tom trade: ten miles from city. Rea?
son for selling, owner's bud health.
Price. &B.500. V ENABLE & .*ORD.
207 Ninth Street. Lynchburg, Va.
Phone 000. _ *
SL7S0 WILL BUY: A " SIX-ROOM
house: Floyd ' Avenue. Address Box
_SOL_.__
F( ?Ii SALE, 55 FEET ON GROVE
Avenue between Shepherd und West,
opposite Soldiers' Home. Seventy-five j
dollars a foot. Address k 16, care I
Times-Dlstfatch,
HAVE YOU "seen THE SIGN on THE j
southeast corner of Ninth and Main
Streets? Take a look ut it and drop
ill to see d. n. WALKER, A- CO.. Heal
Estate and Insurance, 1 Mutual
Building. _ ?
WANT El'. BOA UDERS, ' TO OCCUPY
newly furnished rooms, with me. of
phono r.nd bath; all modern con?
veniences; first-class table board.
Terms reasonable 1524 Floyd Ave.
BOARDERS '.WANTED; ;;-l03 EAST
Gary. Table hoard n specialty.
SM? LIJ "i 10 A1 I D IN o"l 1 Ol' S E. "l; E A SON -
able rates. Apply ions West Grace
Street._
PERMANENT" AN 11 T R A N.S I E N T
hoard at MISS PALMORE'S, 317 East,
PYankHh.' ' _____
HOT~WATElV 11 EAT ED ROOMS, WITH
; board. Apply 110 West Grace Street.
DAILY PUZZLES
What dessert?
ANSWKIt '*U VRSTBRDAr? ri'iZLB
Willow.
TfllVEE cT5NTRAC\fi^v?rrSTA$JDA4f?
Homo Co. with four months' dues
paid up. Total paid In $80; will sell
for $f>0 cash. Address L 84, care
T lines -Dispatch._^^^^^^
STEAM LAUNDRY OUTFIT, COM
plete; can bo seen In opexatlon; must
bo sold at once. I. BLUFORD &
t'Q.. 1038 East Cary Street._
FOR SALE, ONE-HALF OR ALL OF
the controlling interest, amounting
to over 75 par cent, of successful
corporation. Purchaser must devote
his entire time, and will receive a
lucrative salary, in addition to earn?
ings to accrue from his interest,
willed earnings are limited only by
his ability. Complete Information
will be furnished, provided refer?
ences regarding character and abil?
ity, as well as financial ability to
i Invest from $3,00o to $10.000 or more
accompany Inquiry. Address J 21?,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
GROCERY STORE; SPLENDID Busi?
ness; compelled to leave city. Ad?
dress II 3?. care Times-Dispatch.
FOR WAGONS, CO TO: RICH A RDSO N
i Hlt"^. 615 Brook Avenue._
$03 TOP BUGGY. $30: SURREY'S, RUN
ubouts at reduced prices; wagon
and truck. If you are looking for
it good buggv buy from us. T. H.
DUKE fc C > . 804 Brook Ave. \_
ELLIOTT FISHER BILLING MACHINE
ill first-class condition. Cull or ad
dresM UIO E. Main, second floor.
BOX FACTORY FOR SALF?THE DI
reotora of the Lawrenceville Lumber
and Box Co., Ir.c , will sell at public
auction, on the premises, al 2 o'clock.
Monday, January 16th, 1911, tho
entire plant, located at Lawrence?
ville. Va. The machinery is all In
good condition, having been used
very little. The property consists of
a one-hundred and flfly-horso power
boiler and engine. 3 planers, 2 re
sawe, 1 Dolg'.s nailing machine, sev?
eral cut-off saws, rip-saws and other
machinery necessary for the oper
11 on of a box shook factory, and is
provided with a complete blower
system. Tho property will be offered
llrst In parcels, then the plant will
bo offered as a whole. Terms liberal,
and made known on day of sule.
LAWRENCEVILLE LUMBER AND
BOX CO.. INC., Lawrenceville. Va.
December 23, 1310.
$Ti?PARLOR ORGAN; O?ST~\vTi~EN
new $90; stool Included; CO tents
per week buys this sweet toned lit?
tle organ. CRAFTS. Fifth and Grace
Streets.
$146?FINE TONED KINGSBURY
piano. Why pay JiOO for a how one |
I when you can buy this one for $1-1)8,
and you can hardly tell it from how'/l
$! per week pays for It. CRAFTS, I
Fifth and Grace Streets.
$173?FI SCHUR UPRIGHT PIANO*. OLD
style, but In good condition; cost
new $400; now only $173; stool and
scarf Included. CRAFTS, Fifth an.I ,
Grace Streets.
$46?SMALL PIANO, IN GOOD CONDI- i
tloli: stool Included: GO cents per
week CRAFTS. Fifth and Grace
^Streets.
$7 5?NI CE LITTLE UPRU: I IT PIANO '
in good condition: sweet tone; rose?
wood case; full octaves; stool and
scarf Included. CRAFTS.. Fifth and
Grace Streets.
$14 7?LARGE MAHOGANY CASED |
piano; magnificent tone; cost new
J3f.O; our price $147; stool-and scarf i
included: $1 per week. CRAFTS.
Fifth and Grace Str.
TlElTE~FOIl SOME BA1RL\7nS^On1S :
top business buggy, tlrsl-class order,
$45; oho rubber-tire runabout, newly
painted, only $55; one hand-made j
grocer's wagon, nice order, for $30.
A. MEYER'S SONS, 731 East Cary._
FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN. ENTIRE
or controlling interest In an old es- I
tablishcd bakery, ronfoctlonory and
l<-e creain business. Address L 11, |
care Times-Dispatch.
Booms7 tor i\cnt.
ONE LARGE" SECOND-STORY FRONT j
room, furnished. Applv 107 North
Third._
CLEAN. NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS.
'Phone Madison 2200-J. Transient?,
permanent: central. THE WELLING- j
TON. JU Enst Clay Street.
TS" \Y~EST-ENd7~V ERY 'REASONABLE; :
steam heat and all conveniences; ;
references exchanged. Address D 17,
care Times-Dispatch._
lTeg"? SECOND-STORT FRONT j
loom and adjoining hall room for
rent to gentlemen or couple: newly
papered, painted and furnished; most
desirable, central location; private
family; references required. Address
I, 14. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Tit 1 RlT-Sl'OR y" FRONT"] ;oOM . LARGE
and bright. Apply 20^ South Third I
St root.' _
NICE RA CK "and' ' A LSO B AS la?
ment room: newly furnished: best
location; ell conveniences. Apply j
5 North Sixth Street.
LARGE. BRIGHT FRONT ROl iM;
nicely iurnlshed private faintly;,
references exchanged. .Madison 7393.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT ROOM TO
gentlemen. Franklin near Third. Ad?
dress D '-I, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
wanted, flat of three rooms
and private bath. Address A 666,
arc Tlmes-Dlspatch.
?trials :\<tir &ftnr
3~ROOM "hi.at. ' SECOND" """Fl.oni;.
wllh porch and all conveniences. Call
Madlsqn- 4037-L No children.
UNEXPIRED ..'.LEASE?A VVELL Ap?
pointed Hat of six rooms cheap to
<iulck tenant; modern bath, gas; nil
conveniences. Apply in person 2911-A
East I'.road._ _
y ' - - - ,rrr^_
FO IX SA LI-:; ? V E w t H <)rouo\ IBR?l)
pigeons? l[(inn>rthv, buff dragoons.
English 11 piers. mnltesn bens.
Jacobins and white fans. Apply 100
North Seventh Street.
ONE SORREL MARE FOR SALE.
Call at HUNDLEY'S STABLE
AN OT H h R Ii CHANCE?JUST iih
colvod anothor carload of burnt
wheat. This wlieal Is thoroughly
clenn and u good, cheap feed; $1.50
per 100 pounds, $14 per 1,000 pounds.
$27 per 3.0?0 pounds. W. J. TODD'S
SONS. \_
FOR: SALE. GENUINE-RHODE ISLAND
Red pullet.".; thoroughbred, but not
Inbred from prize-winning stock;'
beautiful birds. For particulars np
Jly to MRS. H. F. COLEMAN,
Welch's, Va.
CLEAN SWEKP SALE" OF~ aXL MIL,"
Unary. Trimmed hat?, untrlmmed
huts, suits. septrato skirts and all
ready made garments. Special low
prices for balance of season, lilts
JULIUS HE A It, 1423 E. Main Street.
1MI Hin immi in?? Ii i? mil i
JBoarb ?223antco.
Yi'l N?TTlAN'iyESIltHS BOABb^WITH
nice family. Address J 660, caro
Tlmos-i ?Ispatch.
want ed. i> y cor pee" fubn i shed
room and good board for about ten !
weeks. Address J 222, care Times- j
Dispatch.
yoriTciliLd's^success depends
largely on his education. Place hint
with us for a course In stenography,
bookkeeping or English, and he will
succeed. massey business col
l eo e._
A TABLE ?ND MEDICINAL WATER
?without a peer?five gallons for 26c..
delivered?Holly Spring* Llthla
Wutnr Phono Monroe 477.
IF you HAVE a~FirST-class7in^
ventlon or other good proposition
requiring capital, address for Inter?
view, K 21. care Times-Dispatch.
nun" it- Oui.
WHEREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO
catod?stiffness and soreness of mus?
cles or Joints?rub In Frayser's j
Greul Nerve and Bone Liniment, and
tho pain disappears; the greatest all
round "liniment In use for man and
beast; try it?don't suffer?hero It
the right help; 25c bottles, at drug?
gists'. _
HIATTRES-Eh.
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES REMADE
now; sanitary methods used; rellablo
work. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, 711
East Broad Street. Madison 11204.
" sTI?TsTTeI^?ring!
MEN'S SHOES, WHOLE-SOLED, til
half-soled. 75c; ladles', 60c.; chil?
dren's, 40c... and up, according to
size. Every pair sewed; no nails
or pegs. Rest leather. DREWS
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 716 E.
Slain. Phone Monroe 2667.
sewing MACHINES.
THE STANDARD SEWING MACHINE
olllco has removed to 528 West Broad
Street. I have drophcad Singers and
other makes, In good repair, for $3.
GARLAND H. CLARKE, Agent,
'phones Monroe 2026. Madison 2320-L |
ANTIQUES^
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
Furniture) repaired, polished and
packed; upholstering, etc. L. N. au- j
NALL & SON. 31S Brook Ave. Phone |
Madison 02,7._
FINE UNH?LSTERINQ AND MAT?
TRESSES.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND Up?
holstered: mattresses made over llko
now; furniture and chln'i packed
and shipped. JACOB UMLAUF. Phono
3202._
ANTIQUES.
SOME VERY FINE ELECTRIC LAMPS;
all copper: reproductions of the Pom?
peii lamps: just the thing for Xmas;
some very select pieces of original
antique furniture. C. E. LY DA, 19
West Main.
DOES YOUB ROOF LEAK?
IF SO WE WILL STOP IT FREE. AND |
guarantee It for a period of two |
yearn, PROVIDING you will allow
us to do your roof PAINTING. OUR
prices are always the LOWEST, and]
our workmanship the best. WE
KNOW IIOW. B. II. HAMILTON
COMPANY, 129 West Canal Street.
"Phone connection."
I window and; 11 irjsECI.EAN1NG,
WAXING AND STAINING FLOORS.
carpel and matting laying. WIL
, LI AM JOHNSON. Monroe 3120._
HOW A BE YOUR FEET?
HAVE YOU ANY CORNS, CALLOUS
places, bunions 6r Ingrown nails?
Do your feet smell, sweat? If so.
call DR. I. SCH A ENM AN. Expert
Surgeon Chiropodist, graduate in
the city New York. Residence 200
West Broad Street- phone Madison
5014: hours, S A. M. to 4 P. M. The
Jefferson Turkish Path: phono Main?
s',:; 8680; hours. I P. M. to 11 P. M.;
Sunday, 8 A. M. to I P. M.
JDibioenb _Sotir;e_>.
Atlantic Coast l.lno Railroad Co.,
Wilmington. N. C. Dec. 24, 1910. I
THE HOARD OF DIRECTORS OF AT
lantlc Coast Line Railroad Company
has declared a dividend of :t per
cent on the common cupltal stock
of that company, payable at tho of?
fice of the treasurer, at Wilmington.
North Carolina, on und after JAN?
UARY 10, 1911, to stockholders of
record on December 17, 1010. Tho
transfer books are closed from the
loth day of December, 1910, to the
11th day of January, 1911, both in?
clusive. JAMES P. POST.
Treasurer.
Virginia-Ohio Oil Company,
Incorporated
317-31S American National
Bank Building,
Richmond, Va.. December 20, 1910.
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
directors of this company, held this
day. a dividend of one and one-half
per cent was declared on the capital
stock from the earnings of the com?
pany, payable JANUARY 15. 1911.
Checks will h-) mailed. Transfer
books will be closed January 0, I a 11.
JOS. B. MONTGOMERY,
Treasurer.
Rlchmond, Va.. January :>, toil.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Virginia State
Insurance Company will bo held at
its home office, corner Fifth and
Main Streets, Richmond, Va., on
THURSDAY. January 20. 19U, at 1
o'clock P. M.
ROBERT LEC1CY, JR.,
Secretary.
Union Hank of Richmond.
Richmond, .'a., December 19, 1910.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of the Union
Bank of Richmond, Virginia, will bo
held at th.lr Banking House, 1107
East Main Street, on THURSDAY,
January 12, 1911, at 12 o'clock noon.
GEO. W. GALL,
Cashier.
Virginia Trust Company,
Richmond, Va., December 20. 1910.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholder, of this company will ' e
hoid ut the olllc? Of the company in
city of Richmond, Va., on TUESDAY,
January 17, 1911. at 12 o'clock noon.
I* D. AYLETT,
Secretary.
the annual meeting OF the
stockholders of the Jefferson Realty
Corporation will be held ut the Jef?
ferson Hotel. Richmond, Vn., on
WEDNESDAY, February ist-, at 12
o'clock.
O. F. WEISIGER.
Secretary.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS
Open dally from 10 A. M. .o S P. M.
Admission 25a Frbs on Salurdara
The Confederate Musuexn
TWELu 4*H AND CLAY STREETS
OPEN ? A. M. TO 5 F. M.
ADMISSION 25e. FltJ.E ON 8ATURD/.YB.
rj^ftc?ToTtiW^StTatrTlitghway Co^fuTTls^?Tr.
Richmond, Va.i January 9, 1011.
BIDS WILL BH RECEIVED AT THE
dork's olllcu. in Lawroncovllle. Va.,
until 12 o'clock noon. MONDAY.
January 23rd. 1911. for the construc?
tion of a steel hrhlgo 3C5 feet 3
Inches long over Moherrtn River. In
Brunswick County. Va.
Plans and specifications on fllo at
this office and at the clerk's office,
Eawrcncevllle. Va.
A certllled chock for $250 to ac
company each bid.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
Further Information furnished on
application to this office.
P. ST. J. WILSON,
_State Highway Commissioner.
OfTlce of the State Highway Commission.
Richmond. Va., January 10. 1911.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
clerk's ofTlce. In Gate City, Vn., until
12 o'clock noon, MONDAY, January
30. 1911. for the construction of a'
steel bridgo 192 feet ti inches long'
over North Fork of Holst on River, In ?
Scott County, Va.
Plann and specifications on file at
this office and at tho clerk's office In i
Gate City, Va. J
A certified check for $250 to ?c- .
company each hid.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
Further Information furnished on
application to this office.
P. ST. J. WILSON*.
State Highway Commissioner.
Lend Your Money
at 8% on
Atlanta Real Estate
Why lend your money for 5 per cent
or 6 per cent, when we can lend It
for you at 7 per cenL and 8 per cent,
on real estate In Atlanta worth two
for one. For particulars send for
booklet.
FULTON INVESTMENT CO..
Best Atlanta and Richmond refer?
ences.
GREEN. TILSON & HcKINNET. At?
torneys. 1201-6 Atlanta National Bank'
bldg.. Atlanta. Ga._j
Atlantic Cttp ?e?ortfl.
GALEN HALL
AND COTTAGES
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. .
Always open. Alwnys ready. Always barf,
F. L. YOUNG. Gcn'l Manages
Lombnrdy and Park Avenue.
Second Term Begins Monday,'
January 2nd.
Boys may enter roorganlzed classes
to advantage at this time. Four seats'
In Lower School.
For Information phono or address
WILLIAM L. PRINCE. Dean.
Phones: Offioe. Madison 6366; Resi
leuce. Madison, 6872,.
steamboats.
OLD DOMINION LINE1
Lv. Richmond foot of Aeh St. dally.7:00P. M.
Leave Newuort Newa.8:00 A. M.
Axrlve Norfolk .?:00 A. M.
Connects with main line steamer* leaving
Norfolk for New York dally except Sunday
7:00 P. XL Con: n ulso made by N. A
W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. 4 O. Ry. cl 4 P. m.
Night Line steamers stop at Claremont to
land or receive, passengers on signal.
VUMilNlA NAVIGATION CO_James nlver
by daylight for Norfolk. Old Point. New.
port News and all James Illver landings.
Steamer leaves .Monday. Wednesday and
Friday at 7iOO A. M. Freight received for
all James River landings.
ilatn Ticket Office, .sui E. Main Utteet.
CLARK'S oreint CRUISE
FED. 4. up for 71 days. Shore
trips ALL INCLUDED. Round World
Tour, Jan. 25; Riviera-Italy. Jan. mid
Feb.: 30 tours to Europe. Specify pro?
gram desired.
S. II. BOWMAN, 70S Masi .Main Street.
FRANK C. CLAIIK. Timen Illdg., N. Y.
BERMUDA & WEST INDIES
5-Day Tour .$36.50
8- I)ay Tour .$53.50
9- Dav Tour .$57.50
12-Day Tour .$68.50
"ASK MR. BOWMAN,"
Steamship and Tourist Agent,
708 E. Main Street.
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co
NorfeJ.i to Boston, Mass., and
Providence R. I.
Steamer* Ie?Ao Norfolk for Boston, 3un.,
Tueo. and i"ss.: for Providence Mon.,
Wed. and Sat. at t P. M. Passelgers and
freight taken all New tSngiand points.
Tickets on sale at office C. & O. Ry., N. St
vV. Ry.. S. II. Bowman. 70s East Main, and
Richmond Transfer Co., 80*) East Main.
_ lia?roaus.
Atlantic Coast Lin?
EFFECTIVE JANUARY !?. 1911.
1HA1.S.S LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and Souih- 1:1*0 A. M., 3:15 A.
M. and 7:36 P. M. ?10:30 P. XL
For Norfolk! 9:00 A. M.. S:vu P. m-. 4:11
P, M.
For N. & W. Rv. West: ?:13 A M., 8:00 A.
M., 3:00 P. XI. and 9:10 P- M.
For l'eteraburb': 1:C\> A. M., G:I5 A. XI., 8:15
A X!.. 9:00 A. M.. 12:10 P. M . 8:00 P. XI..
4:10 P. XI., 8:06 P. XI., 7:35 P. M.. S:I0 P. M.. |
11.45 P. XI.
Po, ?ofdxiia.-o and Fayottevllle: P. M
Trains arilve Klchmotid uaily: ?:40 A. Xt..
0:10 A. M.. 6:10 \. XL. 17:06 A. M.. *S:37 A. XI..
??10:45 A. M., 11:10 A. XI., '3:00 P. XI.. "Silo
P. XI., 0:<-.1 P. XI., 6:85 P. XL. 8:09 P. XI., ?':(?>
P. XL, 11:30 P. XI.
?Except Sunday, "Sunday only.
Time ut arrival and departure and coaosa
Hons not guaranteed.
C. R CAMPBELL. D. P. A.
Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac R. R.
'I'o and From Washington mid I lev end.
Leave Richmond??4:60 A. XI. Byrd si. Sta. ,
?5:20 A. M. Byrd St. Sta. '5:42 A. XI. Main St. I
Sta. 'sto a. M Byrd St. Sta. *12;0I noon
Byrd rit. Sta. 14:04) P. XL Byrd St. sta. 14:13
P. Xt. Kitm sta. *&:15 P. XI. Main St. Sia.
?s.:., p, xi. Byrd St. sta.
.\rrlvo Richmond?*7:50 A. M. Byrd St. Sta.
tll:S5 A. M. Elba Sta. 111:53 A. M. Byrd St.
Sta. '1:12 P. Xt. .Main SI Sis. : Ii P, XI. Byrd
rit Sta. *7:-.'3 P. XI. Byrd St. Sta. t*:10 P. XL
Main St, Uta, '9:10 P. XL Byrd St. Sta. HO:S0
P, XI Byrd st. Sta. *ll:iT. I". XL Main St. Sta.
?12:30 nlKht Byrd St. Sta.
Accommodation Trains? Weekdays: Leave
Byrd si. S'a. 1:30 I*. XI. far Praderlckaburc;
Leave Elba SUI. 7:50 A, XL. G:M V. XL for
Ashland. Arrive Byrd St. Sta. X:.';, A. M. from
Frederlcksbum. Arrive Elba Sin. 0:30 A. XL,
5:30 P. XI. from Ashland;
?Dally. {-Weekdays. {Sundays only.
All trains to or from Hjnl Street Station
(except trains leaving 1:54 A. XI. und arriv?
ing 12:30 night i atop at Elba. Tlnio of ar?
rival and departures no*, guaranteed. Itoad
Hie signs._
RICHMOND AND CIlEJiAPKAKK BAY
RAILWAY COMPANY,
Schedule of electric trains to and from
Ashland, ttoppiag a: Intermediate stations
upon signal: Lv. Illrhmond (Broad . and
1. urel Sta.): 6:0Sb. ?7:10. S:10b. 8:10b. "loao,
11:10 A. XL: 1:10, 2:10. 3:10, 4:10b, 6:10. ?:20,
7:10, S:10b. 10:10, 11:15 I'. M. Lv. Ashland:
?8;*6. ??.CM>, S. Sb. 10. "11 A. XL. 4U m , "L
2. 8. 4. 6b. (. 7, S. 9b. 11 P. M.
?Dally except Sunday. "Sunday only,
bCarrles baggage.
The strength ,of this bank, evidenced by Capital
and Surplus of $2,000,000.00 and Resources of over
510,000,000.00, recommends it to you as a safe
depository. Its
has secured a large and growing number of de- J[
positors, demonstrating its ability to take care of
the legitimate requirements of a discriminating
public.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
RICHMOND, VA.
After December 29th in their old Quarters at
1104 EAST MAIN.
1
Incorporated 1832.
The Virginia Fire & Marine
Insurance Company
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
January 1, 1910.
Assets....$1,557,761.68
Capital. 250,000.00
Net Surplus. 569,929.61
Surplus to Policvholders. 819,929.61
WM. H. PALMER, President. W. H. McCARTHY, Secretary.
E. B. ADDISON, Vice-President. OSCAR D. PITTS, Treaa
DIRECTORS.
WM. H. PALMER, D.O.DAVIS, I. JORDAN" I.EAKE.
E. B. ADDISON', N. W. BOWL, W. H. PALMER, Jr.
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary location during construction of new banking house.
Capital ..... $200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits - $110,000
W. M. Habliston, Pres.; J. W. Rothert, Vicc-Pres.: Jno. G. Walker, 2d Vicc
Pres.; Andrew M. Glover, Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over SI,700,000, every inducement consistent with good
banking is offered to its customers. 3 per cent, allowed in Savings Depart?
ment. Bank is open till S o'clock Saturday evening*
auction ?*alcs. Jfutiuc ?juvb.^ucfiun sarnies, jfuture ?aj>3.
jYy~ t H E' V A LEN T1NH ?1:(:tI?Nf~~C?77~AtTcIloneersT "
BIS East Broad Street.
RECEIVER'S AUCTION SAI.E
OF
SHOCK, OFFICE FIXTURES. TEAMS AND VEHICLES OF ICELLEY & DUD?
LEY. WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS'
AOENTS, AT NOS. 1000. 1011 AND JOE) EAST CARY STREET.
Pursuant to a decree of the District Court of the United States for tin
East"rn District of Virginia, entered on January 5, mil, in tho matter ol
ICelley & Dudley, bankrupts, 1 will sell at public auction, on the premises.
Nos. 1009. loll ami 1013 East Cary Street, Richmond. Va.. beginning- at 10::tu
o'clock A. M..
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12TH. 1011.
the entire Stock, Office Fixtures anil Waroroom Fixtures, Teams, Veh'cles, etc.,
et tho said bankrupts, consisting of. In part, about S00 cases Staple Grocorle*
and Grocers' .Supplies, such as about 135 cases various brands Tomatoes, 12
palls Preserves. Jellies and .lams. 2S cases Preserves, Jellies and -lams, 31 cases
Early June Peas, 2S case-: Molasses and Syrup, -t barrels (about 000 bottles I
.TOb Ammonia. I bag Rice. 11 sacks Grain Pepper, Til dozen Shoe Polish, 3*4
doaen Broom Racks, 15 cases fakes and Crakers. I cases Cereals, :t cases
Baked Beans, 30 cases Green and Black Teas, 105 do7.cn Assorted Toilet Soaps
Iii hoses, s gross- Shi'nola, 3 gross Vtllcnnot. 2 cases Catsup. I cases Spaghottl.
'.t boxes Candy, 12.", boxes Chowlnft Gum, 50 boxes Cigars, large assortment
Of various brands Staple Groceries In one and two case lots; Extracts, Sweet
Oil Machine Oil, Arnica, Laudanum, Paregoric, etc.. Washing Powders. Laun?
dry Soaps, niulng. Spices, Nutmoga, Ground Pepper, Mustard. Sage, etc^ and.
many other goods.
? OFFICE AND WAREROOM FIXTURES.
Lugo Cojnbnatlop Lock Iron Safe, L-iu-r Press. Flat Top. Standing and
Roll Top Desks, Typowrlter, Office Chairs, Letter Elles, House Trucks, Plat?
form and Counter Scales. Shelving Partitions, etc.
TEAMS AND VEHICLES.
One Mule, one One-Horse Truck, unc Spring Wagon, two Sets Harness, lot
old Harness. Canvas Covers, etc.
Sale positive. (Mods shipped to out-ot-towu buyers at actual cost.
'PERMS' Cash before delivery.
1 ROBERT N. POLLARD.
Receiver In Bankruptcy.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
Auctioneers.
?Baflroam
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
tiw a j ?3i>?f trains to oia polst,
*:W P. ?<, Newport .MSi ?ir.l Nertalau
?:<0 A.--DsU>-. Lo.?; to Niwvpori Nowi
5:00 P_Dally. Lucui to itiid Point.
?:tW 1'- J D*lly?Louisville und duels.-)*!'
Il:W P. " Pullmans.
*:U r.?Daily, -si. Louls-Cli'^-.--. Special.
Pullman*.
S:J0 A.?Dally?Cb ariettas villa. Week Jays
?Hlnton.
t-.ll P.?Wu.ik days. Local lo dordousvllls.
10:00 A.?Dully. L'burs. Lux.. C. Forge.
?:15 P.?Week days. To Lycchburg.
TRAINS AltHDE HIiJllMO.VO.
Local from East?3:J4 A. M.. 7:(0 P. M.
Through from Esst ?11:1c. A. AL. i:cj P. M.
Locai from Wtssl???:30 A. M.. 8:59 A. M..
':J0 P. M.
Through? 7:? A. M . 2:?' p. St.
James Blvrr Lino??S;2? A. M.. ?:14 P. Al.
SEABOARD All! I. IN I*.
Southbound tiains scheduled to leave Rich?
mond dully: 9:10 A. AI.?Local to N*orltna.
1:20 P. AL?Sleepers ami coaches, Atlanta,
KirmiiiKhnm. Savannah, Jacksonville and
Florida points. 5:12 P. AI.?Florida Lim?
ited, daily, except Sunday. 11:33 P. AI.?Sleep?
ers and coaches, Savannah, Jacksonville, At?
lanta, Birmingham and Alemphls. Nurth
boiiiu'. train* scheduled in arrive Itk-limind
dally: 5:33 A. AL. !>::'0 A. At., except Monday,
?,:t"i I1. AL, 5:16 P. -V.
Norfolk and Western Railway
O.VJ.V ALL It A IL MNIi TO NORFOLK.
.Schedule In Effect January 10, 1Mb
u<avtt II. iii Street Stall'a, Richmond. FOR
MOIit'OUK: "9:0ii A. 11.. '3.00 P. M.. *?:10 1".
M.
FOR LYNCHBURCl AND THE WEST:
?C:l? A. AI.. ?&:?? A. M.. ?3:00 P. At.. ??:!!)
P. M.
Arrive Richmond fr.-m Norfolk: ?ILtn A.
AL. ?6:35 P. AI.. ?11:30 V. AL From the West:
?C;50 A. AL. a3:00 1'. AL. bJtli I*. Al.. 8:05 1?.
M.. '?iOO P M.
?Dally. aDatly. ex. Sunday. bSiiadaj only.
Puliman. Parlor and Sleeping Cars. cats
i doing Cars. C. 11 UOSLEY.
W. R. BKVILL, r>. l\ A.. Itlchmoiid, Vj.
ti. P. A., tto.ir.oke. V a.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LfJAVE llO.'ILV1UNU.
N. U? Folioi?Ins schedule llsurea publishes
as Intontitttlon and nut nuaranteed:
*:W A. AI.--Dally?Local for Cliarloiie. Du?>
ham and Raleigh. tu:is A. AL?Dally?Limit
ad?For all polnw Sniiih. Chatting Room
Ruttel Sleeping Car to Memphis via Astie
villo and Cbauanooga. 3M V. At.-Ex, Sua?
Local for Durham und Intermedia'..! stations.
?:0O P. AL?Ex. Sun?Keysvlile l.ondU lliti
P. M-?Dally?Llmittj?For all points South:
Puliman ready 9.20 I'. Ai.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:30 P. AL?Ex. Sun -To Wust Ft.. connect?
ing for Baltimore Alan.. Weil, and Frl. fl:00
A. AL?Ex. Sun. o.id 3:14 P. AL?AUG., Wed
and Frl.- Local to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RIOH.MONO.
From tho South: ?:50 A. AI., $:0S P. AI,,
dally. S:l0 A AL. Ex. Sun.; UM Ex. Sun.;
S:0O P. AL, daily. From West Point! 3:19 A,
AI., Daily: U:? A. AL. Wo.l. and Krl.; 4:?i
P. AL, Ex. Sun.
S. E. nUROESS, D. P. A..
1 tta E. Alain St. 'Phone Madison tsa.
By Noonandson Realty Corporation,
Beul Estate nn<l Personal Property
Auctioneers.
'2S North Eighth Street.
AI re'iuest of owner, we will offet
for sele
THURSDAY. JANUARY I2TH,
? at 4;30 P. M.,
on promises, tha.'t beautiful Home ol
seven rooms, with lot 22x150, known
as 1009 North-'Twenty-fifth Street.
This property in liest condition
and In excellent rental section, apd
will make a nice homo.
TERMS: Cash payment and balance
by month.
Nt IONANDSON REALTY
CORPORATION, Auctioneers.
auction Etiles. tEfjis; IBap.^
By Noonandson Realty Corporation.
Auctioneers of Personal Property and
Real Estate.
28 North Eighth Street.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY It, 1911,
At 10 o'clock A. M.
i Mi account of retiring from husinesi
wc will sell for the owner at
1 509 W. Cary Street
A very large stock of Dry Goods, No?
tions, Fixtures, Household Goods, etc.;
two nice Showcases. Stoves, Ico Boxes,
Couch, Parlor Suite and sundry other
articles.
Sale positive without limit or re?
serve.
Wc also hog to inform the public
tli.it wc arc now In the position to soil
stocks of Merchandise und Household
Goods : t auction. Mr. James W. Lord,
with twonty-tlve years' experience,, is
In chnrge of this department. Try
.; i v. Ith your business. Satisfaction
guaranteed,
NOONANDSON REALTY CORPORA-.
TION.
28 North Eighth Street.
-~ .'.-vsrs.f-.i-'S
Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railway
C*r? i?avo Manchester, doventA und Patrj
Streut?, fur Petersburg:
?*, 7. S. *?>. 1?. II. 'I- A. M . 1, 1. ??. 4. *>
'?5:4;. *ti. 7. S. '!?. 1? P. M.
11:00 P. M. tor Chester, 11:09 m'.dnifIff tat
Petersburg.
Cars leave Peter.iburr. foot of Syctotora
Street, for Manchester:
6:15. 1:35. ?7:4J. 8;?. 9:K>, ?10:?, 11:14
A. M., 11:83. M:J5. :?:?. S:H. ?4:?, ?:?. t;U
?1:14. S:15. ?:?. ?10:1?, 11:40 P. If.
?Car.rUs !.?;,; %,-.* and express.
??Limited, except Sundays and holiday*.''
All cars from Petersburg caanact with ?an
for Richmond.

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