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(Want Ad. Rates
WE CENT PER WpRD
len paid in advance. No Ad. j
\ken for /ess than TEN\
WTS. _ j
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR1
JLESS THAN TWE1UTY- j
FIVE CENTS when phoned in
or charged at the counter.
Classification not guaranteed \
after 9:30 P. M.
1
FOR BUSINESS CON?
TRACTS Phone Moproe 1 for
the WANT AD. MAN to call.
TLOSt ?HO .If OUIU
5hi" \waklT'ani) "n<) Hfl,i1 -jstiuns
' asked for retu'-n of gold bracelet loft
Baturduy In jtlt? dressing room of;
parlor car of :1k; Norfolk arid Wolt?
ern train between Roanoko and Pe- 1
tesrburg. a. i.. .IONES, 507 East'
Orach. / _
1J:>ST,'yNINE hogs. VTtOM; RICHMONI? I
Union Stork Yards. Howard will be ?
paid for th?>iJ delivery to the stock
yards or any( Information leading to
their recover)', '
$elp ?Xj?antcfj. rftlale.
V'ANTKD, A REGISTERED ASSIST -
ant drug clerk: easy work and hours.
Apply witb references. I*. O. Box 177.
.Marion, Va. _
\V ANTED* ? N inTTuSTIt bil.'s AND
reliable man of family, with several j
boys from Lr> years of age und ovqr.
to work on farm; white or colored; i
a {food four-room house furnished:
good wages: reference required. Ap?
ply to F. T. RICHARDS, Turistall.
y?._
E[qi.ored MEN. BECOME' CHAUF- ';
fours; enrri $20 per week; day or j
night instruction; part payments' po- 1
iiltlons assured. SOUTHERN AUTO j
SCHOPP; 41 :i Brook Avenue.
{WANTED. NON-UNION LINOTYPE!
machinist-operator. Address LINO- j
TYPE, care Times-Dispatch.
SvANted. YOUNG MEN to ATTEND
our automobiler,school; day and night
Instructions, and facilities unexcelled.
We teach yen both practice ai:d
theory. No correspondence course,
but by actual shop and road work
Call and let us tallc it over. RICH?
MOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL* 018 j
West Broad._j
fWA NT ED, MEN* -f* > TA K E THIRT Y j
days' practical course In out ma- i
chine shopK and learn automobile i
' business and accept good positions, j
CHAUI/DTTE AUTO school. Char?
lotte, N. C. I
VoUNG MEN, THE: N.ATIONAL.'is THE
recognized Ktandard school of the i
South; not cheap, but thorough. We j
assure you a thorough mechanical
training- by actual practice on mod?
ern four-cylinder cars, and a posi?
tion paying at least $25 per week.
Four |>j! red last week. Part In ad?
vance .be balance when you se
cur/ . position. Day or night les
ko Our aviation department open
to n few high-class young men; Thou?
sands paid for a few moments In ih*1
Ii I r. NATIONAL AVIATION AND
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL, 11 \V. Main,
near .TefTqrSOn Hotel. _
it'll REE y?OLT CI TOI I S~ Ft )R A1 IM'. (?pr ) -
sition. i'our money e/very day. Call
between 8 and 9:30 A. M . or after
1 ::'.?> 1' m. G RON E M E Y ER,_
fcVANTED, MIDDLE-AG ED OK EL
ilerly man to canvass small stores in
Richmond Staple lino Address K
i>"_ carp Times-Dispatch.
\v AN T ED. B Rl QHT, NE AT off rve
boy, hot und'-r sixteen years. Ap?lv
in.own Handwriting, with references,
mating salary expected and previous
e.vnet tenee. Draw-er 008j i'ity.
IWAXlTED, A Gt M ID FARM LI A ND:
single, white or colored S'-nd refer?
ence to VV T. JONES. Mil ford. Y;<.
want kl?,y?ung" m en * of good
character to learn the automobile
business. We must have between
fifty and seventy-live men for our
factory connections within the next
three months, and we will allow men
?who can furnish reference to pay a
part of the cost of learning out of
their llrst month's salary, For full
information call on MR. C. W. YEA
MANS, SIS West Broad, Richmond.
Va.. or address SECRETARY. 1905
Fourteenth Street, N. W.. Washing
ton. !.)? C._
.WANTED. a FIRST-CLASS BLACK -
smith. the CARD WELL MACHINE
co., Ninetoentb and Cary Streets._
Government employes wanted
?Send postal for Richmond exami?
nation schedule. FRANKLIN 1NSTI
tute. Dc p't. 3S2 _L\_ Rochester. N. y.
fc?T A HOT AIR PLANT,: BUT A
school for training men to become
chauffeurs. We charge- %'>', for
complete course and furnish best
references from the best men in
town or money refunded. RICHMOND
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. &18 West
Brond Street._
(RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED?
Average salury. 81,100. Alternate
weeks off with f?ll pay. Preparation
free for coming Richmond examina?
tions. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE.
Dep't. 3S3 D, Roch cater. N. Y.
JtVANTED. ~_V~COLORED LABORERS;
Applv Aeca Gravel Pit. W. P.
VEITCH._
JWANTED, A MAN TO FEED AND
look after mules. Apply 214 South
Sixth Street. _
/WANTED. MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade. Only, few wteks required:
wages after first month; steady po?
sition guaranteed. Write for cata?
logue. MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE
207 Bowery, New York City._
\VANTED. HOTJ3L HELP, OFFICE
help, lumbermen (foremen, sawyers,
tilers, inspectors), salesmen, sales
ladles for spring trade. PIEDMONT
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Durham.
N. C._
WANTED, A~C FlINDER PRESSaiAN .
capable of t\" 'nlng out high-grade j
and close register color work, and
tan handle help to advantage; one,
preferred who is now employed, but
who wishes to better himself. All com?
munications considered strictly con
' fidcntlal. Address K 109. care Times
Dispatch._ _
WANTED. FOR U. S. ARMY. ABLE
bodied, unmarried men, between ages
rf 18 and 36; citizens of United States,
af. goorb character and temperate hab?
its, who can apeak, read and write the
English language. For information ap?
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE. 820 East
Broad St., Richmond, Va.; 151 Sycamore
St., Petersburg, Va.. or Columbia Build
>ng. Granby St.. Norfolk, Va.
Sv^NTED, A NEAT, INDUStTuOUs!
reliable white woman with refer?
ence, as working housekeeper for
family of seven?four adults und
three children. Apply Monday. 201
s, Third Street._
&2.50 PER day paid one LADY IN
each town to distribute free circu?
lars for concentrated flavoring In
tubes. Permanent, position. F. e.
\. BARK COMPANY. Chicago._
{WANTED, X~ good cook. APPLY
2505 Grove- Avenue.
ftv A N T e~i\~GIRL FOR GENERAL |
housework. Bring references. 2114
Stuart Avenue.
?WANTED, A cook. APPLY 1105
Floyd Avmue.
fcVANT ed. "EXPERIENCED WHITE
chumhermaid who can do sowing.
Apply 619 Hast. Franklin._
?SALESLADIES WANTED* AT ONCeT
200 North Fifth Street. .1. KATZ.
for A N T E D, FIRST-CLASS WOMAN
Stenographer from March 1, for an
out-of-town position. State age. ex?
perience, qualification!! and salary
expected. Address E 254, care Times
; Dispatch.
&tntatf-)n? ^T" mteo. illaU.
bxpSrie ngiptT fsrjp ii e ^<5lbhkva7575
manager wants position1 country <?r
t'lt)'i highest references. CLERK,
^????iro Time8-Dispatch
W an tei>. 17ostt1 on as CLERK
Good references. Retail groceries
preferred. Address COR ROLL, <>08
Eusj Leigh.
WANTED. POSITION AS BOOKK EE1'
er or assistant. Can give good;refr
_crenecB. G J7. core Titties-Dispatch.
WANTED. TOSItT?N HV YOUNG MAN
tu do clerical work or ;is traveling
salesman. References can bo fur?
nished. Adtlrega 1* O. Box TO',,_
Situations CTanteO, .'lmimtr.
WANTI'iu.' ' i'OSITlOX BY bxpbri7
eneed stenographer. Kc.<Vienccs t"111? -
nlslioil. k 11:;. care Times-Dispatch.
Jfytlp, Slate ana JFcmaie.
\VvAN T E IK A n AI " STENpti 11Ai' 11 Eft!
Must be able to take rapid dictation
and transcribe notes accurately and
neatly and bundle elaborate itystem
of filing correctly. others need hol
apply. Address i. i la. win of Times
Dispatch, giving ago, experience, rcf
orcticcs and salary expected,
IsAtaT estate v?unieo. J" I
YO?P. ' rent 'account "" placed
with N. W: bow e & 80N Insuras
best remits. ]
WANTI5D~iFl?:N ACRES OR MORE ON
railroad, near station, within twenty
uiiles of Richmond; one-halt cleared.]
Address (?:. P.. care Times--1 nspnt.ch
ixcal ^&'iate toi* i\ciu.
I real" est a t j-:" kou'" bent.?-si x'
rootii house; near ear line; .steam
heilt, electr'c liuhts: modern In every
respect; unexplred lease. Will make j
reduction in rent: leaving city. Ad?
dress P. Q. Box 327. '_
WE can PL ease;' YOU! FIRST call |
to see us If you wish to buy, sell. |
rent or Insure. D. >',. WALKER &
CO., Reaj Estate and Insurance, No. j
J, Mutual Building (entrance, corner i
_Ninth and Main)._
3teai <??>caie use t&att.
F~0 ft' ?Al iE. VA 1u A B l E * 'S 11 LI. ) ? 11' h ?' -
erty at Burdette, Va., on Virginian!|
Railway. An inexhaustible supply of
guni timber in vicinity <>{ plant,
suitable for general manufacturing,
especially barrels, staves, butter
dishes, etc. Easv terms. Write THE
st EPH bn sov < ?< i . v.w.a. Va
FOR SA LB. 222 1 - 2 a<'. 1t ES I? I n b or
chard and limber land, all in orig?
inal forest; land couta ns lilchoo
and white oak timber: <>n Brim route;
located in Patrick county, Va ; noted
f"i line fruit: two miles from lall
road. For quick cash sah . $9 pet
acre. JAMES PATTERSON. Brim.
N. C._._
COM FORT a BLE~1 IOM E IN' '< U IUI IBS
ter county, Va.. one-half mile front
on Ware River; ?; 1-2 acres oysters!
S? acres land: all fruits, no malaria;
Ai neighborhood; fishing, boating:
dwelling 7 room?: ample shade,
plenty shrubbery; $3,000. Address a.
H. DENNETT; Ware Neck. Gloucester
county. Va._ ' ?_
n1NEt RODM BRICK; WITH ST A BEE;
Fourth Street, close to park; nice
central home. 0 25, care Times-Dis
_patch. _"_
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE IN I
rich county; ^roori business; line op- \
portunlty. We have other pro post
lions. See us. It. S. ELLYSON <&: O I .
-'? North Ninth.
for sale; Detached ten-room!
well-built Park Avenue house, neu?
Lee Monument modern conveniences.
Can be bought from owner, who
needs money. Address (1 care
Times- Dispatch.
NCh 50. FA i: M B A RG AIn.?-3 5 - ACRE
farm, seven miles of the city; line
gravel road and nicely located; 10
acres In cultivation and all fenced:
watered by running stream?- and
timber enough to cut .'.bout 4?G cords j
of wood": six-rboin dwelling; good 1
shade v'.nd 'water: im'ni. stable 'and all
outbuildings. Will also sell house
furnished as It stands. A real Par
gain for some one quick. For the
farm alone, si.soo. AMOS poin
jjkxtki!. Ml" k Main Stnd.
6 S - ac' B }?', F Xi < mWITH' BUILDI NOS.
fl.ooo; 4 b 4 acte?, with buildings,
$7,000; co acres. some buildlngsi
S 1,000; 157 acre>. fine farm. $6,000;
5 acres on cur line near city. $1.S00.
Must sell these farms quick. See
owner at once. W. C. SCHBOEDER;
1301 East Main Street, second floor.
WEiCAN PLEASE YOUt FIRST CALL '
to see us if you wish to buy, s
rent or in iure. D. N. WALKER & j
CO... Real Estate and Insurance. No. j
1. Mutual Building (entrance corner
Ninth and Main).
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & SON insu. ?3
beat results.
FARMS AND TIMBER LANDS; OUR
new catalogue cor.'ains 4o0 farms
and timber lands; best bargatns In
Virginia. I pay your railroad fare, ,
Write for fret catalogue. Address
J. R. ELAM. Box 287. Charlottesvill?.
Va._
FOR SALE, NEW DETACHED FRAME
dwelling near Chimborazo Park: all
modern improvements; right ^?-to
date. For terms apply 315 North
Thirty-Sixth Street.
^g?ar?tn^
BOARDERS WANTED; ' NICE ROOMS'
317 E. Franklin Street. MISS PAL
MORE._
ROOMS FOR RENT: BOARDERS
wanted. THE WASHINGTON, 2301
East Broad._
DELIGHTFUL ROOMS AND EXCEL
lent table board. 210 E. Gra^ce St.
DESIRABLE FRONT ROOM, 312 SOUTH
Third; also single room; heated;
table board a specialty._ f
MRS. CHAS.; K. BO WEFJS. 115 EAST
Franklin; handsomely appointed
rooms, with board; large, well-Ven?
tilated dining room; opening on Sec?
ond Street. Mc-nls by day or week.
BOARDERS FOR TWO NICE, LARGE
rooms. 103 East Grfce.
N^C^L^^?RN^rTED R?5olSS^>FOR
rent. Applv 914 East Cla>. Madison
2200-J._
ON b I .A KG E SECOND-STORY FRONT
room; gerttlemen. 107 North Third.
T W O "R o O M S, FURNISHED ; FOR
light housekeeping. 710 E. Franklin
Street._
TO TUR KB OR FOUR GENTLEMEN;
bright, pleasant suite of rooms; pri?
vate bath; will make special rate;
board if desired. 201 East Franklin.
FOR SALeT~TO ACTIVE BUSINESS
man, controlling Interest In incor?
porated retail business in most pro?
gressive city in Virginia, doing an?
nual business about $70,000.. Ad
dress II 24. care Tlrnes-Dlspatch.
WE CAN REPAIR YOUR AUTOMO
blle springs, body, top, cushions,
wheels and paint in the finest man?
ner. R. Hi BOSIIER'S SONS. 15 S.
Ninth Street._
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & 80N insures
best results._
WANTED^ tflREE~ OLD F^Xti5i5R
I bods, threo bolsters and six pillows.
.1 55, care Times-Dispatch.
R. S. ELLYSON & CO., COLLECTION
Agency, 2S North Ninth. Bills col?
lected promptly In and out the city.
WANT ED. TO BUY FOh CASH. HUUSE
hold goods in any quantity. Phon?
Madtsoc 3S5L_
WANTED, DOGWOOD POLES IN CAR
load f. o. b. Norfolk. 4 feet long and
up, threo Inches In diameter and up.
I _ 11- B, WORTH, Greensboro, N. c.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY OF
of every description bought at full
I value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1523 B.
1. Cary St. Phono Madison 3626.
DAILY PUZZLES
What Grec'an herb?
ANSWKIt TO YESTERDAY'S IT'///.Mi.
t)t ftivrn.
i;"K sale, ?'ii EAP?" SECONJ '-HAND
portable 8-hprse-power "Best'' steam
engine; in good running condition;
bus been painted arid overhauled. Ap?
ply to Postmaster, Huguenot, Va.
! 5_e< ?nli-Tr?NIT-gIJ?r?Is'teed ma
ehinery of every description, Includ?
ing boilers, engines, sawmills, wood-?
working machinery, .shafting, hi n
gers. pulleys and belting. 1. B.MJ
FOR!) & (JO.. 15a8 El Gary .Street.
F?T: WArj.jNS. (iu TO ItlCl lAHDSON
11 HQS.. 01 j Brook Avenue._
0N A CCO UNT ?F I i 13A VINO THE CIT Y
Tuesday, the 28th, 1 will sell my 100
egg capacity Incubator (new), also
! 100 Barred Kock eugs, for $lr>. Ap?
ply at once. Ill West Clay Street._
FOl t sXlE] V,i SiTviTeS CA 1'ITA L
I stock, N. Klein Ai. Hon Corporation.
This is a chance for quick purchaser.
I See us. It. S. KM.YSUN '? CO.; 2'S
I North Ninth._
i F INES T AUTOMOBI? - PAINTING
I done at H. H. UOSLGK'S SONS.. 15
f_South Ninth Street._
TWO RUNABOUTS. $30 AND $48; TWO
top buggies, $35 and ?1"; oho bus-?
in ess side Spring buggy, for 5-5 "?.
These arc bargains. One grocery
wagon in first-class cond't'on and
painted. A. MEYER'S SONS, 731 East
Cary.
11A NJ >.S< >.M k C A R1 tj AGE (ROCK? W? Y
coupe); good as hew. Sold for want
of use. Apply 313 East Franklin,
LUMB KR~ T-Xf US, SHING1.EST S?Sri.
blinds, doors. WOODWARD & SON.
Ninth and Arch, Richmond. Va.
W E LL-E ST A BLISH E D ~g R O C E R Y
business; large trade, line location.)
< rood terms tu quick purchaser. See
_us. It S. ELLV8QN ?V ' "o.
TWO DOCTOR'S BUGGIES; $40 AND
$fiO; runabout, $30; one cab. $125; one
trap. J35?all rubber tires. Orib two
horse true)- "ood as new, $135; one
furniture wagon, $35; grocery wagons',
new and second-hand, surreys, run?
abouts ami buggies at cost. THOS. 11.
DUKJ-: .t Co.. >.oi brook Avenue.
DRul { STORE F?R' SA ee .vt AASAC- I
rlfice. in a hustling town hearyjaalti
m?rc, nn railroad: part cash; b'Alarice
on timeII 23. care Times-Difepatch.
WA<JONS FOR EVERY ^ BUSINESS,
top arid open, panel ar.d curtains.
Largest stock to select from; easy
terms. A. MEYER'S SONS, TnI East
< *ary Street.
THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
business buggies; runabouts, surreys
and phaetons in the city. We have
the goods and prices, and anxious to
do business;
ONE RUBBER-TIRED, H E A V Y-SvJiE
puny runabout, that we have redtiied
in price from $"5 to JG.">. Worth your
attention.
SEVERAL. L7v~riT DELIVERY WAG
ons. one sb gle truck, one laundry
wagon, brie top delivery wagon, one
dump w.'igc.t, wr- will sell at reduced
prices to make room.
ONE HIGH-GRADE TOP BUGGY,
with steel tires, two rubber-tired
runabout i very little used, will
sell cheap. BRISTOW-WO.'tSU AM
CO.. 143T, East Main.
FOR SALE, THREE SECOND-HAND,
single trucks, fust-class condition:]
one second-hand single farm wagon,
little used; also new single and
double trucks, grocery wagons, h. <'.
BRISTOW, k? North Eighteenth
DO YOU TAKE GOIj5 _ASILY7?SEND
us your waist measure and $1 and j
receive by mail postpaid a sure and I
permanent preveritative from catch?
ing cold. Address- NO-COLD CO..
Box 12S. Pq'.aski. Va._
FOR :SALE, :W1NTER OATS: PRESENT
price. tiO cents per bushel. Sample
at 1111 East Main Street. LEWIS
GINTER LAND AND IMPROVEMENT
COMPANY._
' WANTED. TO SELL HALF INTEREST
i in a good paying drug store; satls
I factory reasons for wishing to sell;
would prefer to retain an Interest
! In the business, but will sell the
I wholo. .-.ddress J 59, care Times
Dispatch.
$110. ?ICINGSBURY UPRIGHT PI?N?1
nice tone and very pretty machine
carved case: 7 1-3 octaves; stool and
scarf Included. $1-per w ek buys it.
CRAFTS. Fifth and Gre ,e Streets. ,
PIANOLA $57; ROSEWOOD C.iSE; AS
good as ever, but has been used.
Cost $250: our price $97, and on very
easy terms?-$l per week will buy it.
CRAFTS. Fifth and Grace Streets.
CH?SE" &, B?KER PLAYER~$ 156. T111S
player o>'ght to bring much more,
but It must go to make room for
our own make players, which are
now coming In from the factory.
Very easy terms. CRAFTS, Fifth and
Grace Streets.
$195.-?VERY LARGE UPRlGHT CA.PEN
piano; magnificent tone; full oc?
taves; mahogany case; cost $350; our
price $195; CRAFTS, Fifth and Grace
Streets.
ST?YV ESA NT U Pl?GH T PIANO;' AS
good as any of that make; must go
for the low price of $167, stool and
scarf Included. If you want a bar?
gain see this piano. $1 per week buys
It. CRAFTS. Fifth and Grace Streets.
$23?GOOD ORGAN FOR X~"*S M ALL
parlor: 50c per week. CRAFTS, Fifth
' and Grace Streetfs,
STElNWAY ; UPRIGHT. $197; STULTZ
upright, $210; Kchs'effer upright,
5238; Thayer upright, $211; Crafts
upright, $310; small upright. $98. All
of these have been used, but are in
good condition. Some are several
years old, but in many cases can
'hardly be told from new. Send for
bargain list. THE CRAFTS PIANO
CO.. Fifth and grade Streets
fiuMAN H AIR ^BOUGHT AND~ SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 209 North Third.
THE POPULARITY OF LADIES'
TAILOR-MALE SUITS INCREASE
WITH EACH SEASON. FOR A GOOD
SUIT. WITH A GREAT DEAL OF
STYLE AND INDIVIDUALITY
ABOUT IT AT THE MOST REASON?
ABLE PRICE, COME TO H. LEWIS.
LADIES' TAILOR. 202 NORTH FIRST
STREET. PHONE MONROE 2565.
NOW 13 THE TIME TO HAVE. YOUR
automobil, painted for spring. Tho
boat work at R. H. BOSHER'S SONS.
15 South Ninth Street._
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BO WE & SON lnsurea
best results.
WANTED, TWO Or'tHRElE^NICEly
furnished rooms for light housekeep?
ing by gentleman and wife, in good
location. G 30?..care Tlmca-Dlaaatcli,
MATTrifeaiiiflsC
iHAVE YOUR MATTKKSSJBS j1kmaub
I now; sanitary mothods used; rellablo
) work. BYDNOK & HUNDLEY, Til
i Kust Broad Street. Madison 3204.
I SHOES J REPAIRING.
MEN'S SHOES; WHOLE-SOLED. It;
j hnlf-soled. 73c.: ladles'. 60c; chll
dren's. 4C and up. according to :
size. Every pair sewed; no nails':
I or pegs. Best- leather. DREW'S
electric shoe factory, 716 E I
Main. Phone Monroe 2667._j
'""safes
the m?sle it safe company bank
safes, the Manganlse Scrow-dOOraiu]
Corless, lire ami burglar proof vaults, \
(Ivo proof safes, etc. Address for ?
catalogue mid estimates, O. t.
CRADLE, Agent for Virginia and !
North Carolina. Bluckstono. Va.
DYEING/' CLBANiNCL PRESSING BUS
iness: splendidly fitted up- Best lo?
cation; doing good business; Cheap
rent. Small sum will buy. lt. S. I
ELLTSON & CO. _
barery
P2-POUND RAISIN CAKE. 2r,c.; FIVE
j kinds layer rakes. 13c; Gloaves
bread for 25c, DRINKARD'S, 123 1-2!
_North _SSxth._
WATCH klSrPAIKlNO.
I YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OB
cleaned by WM. TOBIEN, Jit, is a
guarantee that it is dono properly,
Twenty years' experience. Cleaning,
$1; main springs. $1. ?08 E-"? ?road
Street. AM work guaranteed. i
Notices.
v/ii-;"v"iH<siNLVhome fo'rTn'fant.<
100 West Clay Street. Richmond.!
Va. The above institution litis sev- j
eral children, from a few months to t
two years of age, which they wish |
to have adopted by reliable people.
"If jh tores ted write for particulars. j
VVA NTED, vi i E PUBLIC TO! KN?W
that JAHNKB bros, Jewelers, 012
'last Main Street, buy, sell, exchange i
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES, Old gold and all- j
vor always taken in exchange.
NEW" YORK SHOE SHIN E AN D 11 AT
(.'leaning removed from S10 East
Main to 720 East Main. Separate
room for ladles.
BE ST.'AUTOMOBILE : PA INTING DONE
at r. H. BOSH icr'S SONS. 15 South
_Nlnth_ Street.
j YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & son Insures
best results.
! RELIABLE W?NSFERl mIlLNEIVS;
I ::02 Nortit Ninth Street, hauls trunks
for 23 cents, valises- If, cents; claim
checks Issued at the house for your
baggage. Two men on our wagon.
W e make a specialty of moving fur?
niture and pianos. ' Phone Madison
1415; residence phone Monroe 2160.
TO OUR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC:
We. the undersigned, will succeed on
and after the llrst day of March.
1911; Diihcan Livingston in his horse?
shoeing business. Nos. :;il and 3i:t
Henry Street. We cordially solicit!,
your work and guarantee sutisfac
I tlon. Respectfully. RA DER & PIPER |
pHonc .Madison 2208;
Jgoultrp, $it nno Habe ^tock i
EGGST " Wiw:?FOR' SALE, SINGLE
comb White Leghorn eggs, $1 poi?
soning of 15: Indian Runner duck
eng?, $1 per setting of 11. W. M.
Ml LAM. R. F. P.. No. 4. City. i
W A NTED. T< > PU ROH A S B; A i H?RSE i
and phaeton for lady to drive. Horse j
must t i of nice appearance and per
fectly gentle. State price. Address
_A. P. O. Box_
F< 'l; SALE. AT CRl.-LLE'S STABLE.
Tenth and Gary, two good work
horses.
TILE ANNUAL lilEBTING OK THE !
'< '..holders of the Virginia Hot!
.'Springs Company, for the purpose of!
electing directors, and for the trans- |
action of such other business as may
lawfully come before the said meet?
ing, including the approval of all
of the acts of the board of directors
and all committees thereof, of the
said company, In the past year, will
be held at the ofHee of the com
panv. Homestead Hotel, Hot
Springs. Virginia. on TUESDAY,
the 2Sth day of February, 1911, at
12 M. The transfer books will close
"Wednesday, February 22, 1911, at Z
P. M.. and remain closed until 10 A.
M. Wednesday. March 1. IM 1.
A. TREVVETT. Secretary.
NOT IC E IS ~ HE RE BY GIVE N T11A T
the annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of the CHESAPEAKE WESTERN
RAILWAY will be held at the princi?
pal office of the company, No. 1209
Mutual Building. Richmond. Va., on
TUESDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF
MARCH 1911, at 10 o'clock A. M.. for
the election of directors and the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meet- j
ing
W. H. HALL.
Secretary.
A TABLE AND MEDICINAL WATER
without a peer?five gallons for 2f.c, j
delivered?Holly Springs Llthia.
water. 'Phone Monroe 477.
NOTICE OF ME ETI NG OF STOCK -
HOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the
VI EG IN IA RAILWAY AND POWER
COMPANY has been called by resolu?
tion of the Board of Directors of said
company, to be held at the principal
office of said company at Seventh and
Main Streets, in the cltv of Richmond,
Va., on TUESDAY", THE MTH DAY OF
MARCH. 1911, at the hour of 12 o'clock
noon, for the following purposes among
others:
1. To consider and act. upon a pro?
posed indenture between the Virginia
Railway and Power Company and the
Equitable Trust Company of New
York, trustee, supplemental to and
amending in certain particulars the
mortgage or deed of trust of the Vir- j
gtnla. Railway and Power Company tc I
said trustee, dated July 1, 1909. to se- |
cure an authorized issue of ?15,000;000 '
of first and refunding mortgage bonds. I
2. To consider and act upon a propo?
sition for refunding certain of the
bonds secured by underlying mortgage
Hens on the properties of said com?
pany more fully set out in its first and
refunding mortgage of July 1, 1909.
aforesaid.
To consider and act upon a prop?
osition and proposed agreement for
the sale by said company of its first
and refunding mortgage bonds secured
by the indenture of July 1, 1909, afore?
said, to nn aggregate amount of
600,000, being a part, ol the bond>: re?
served under said mortgage for re?
funding and retiring underlying bonds
and for improvements, additions and
extensions to property and other cor?
porate purposes, as more fully set out
In said mortgage.
?I. To consider and act upon any mat
; ter pertinent to any one or more of
; the objects aforesaid and any other ,
t matter or matters which may proper
I ly be considered or acted upon at a
special or general meeting of the
stockholders c-f said company.
The transfer books for tho stock of
Suid company will no closed at noon
on Saturday, tho 25th day of Feb?
ruary. 1911. and reopened at 10 o'clock
A; M. on Wednesday, the 15th day of
March. 1911.
By order of tho Board of Directors.
GUY PHILLIPS. Secretary.
Office of State Highway Commission"
' Richmond. Va., Feb. 18; 1911.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
clerk's office, Courtlnnd, Va.. until
12 o'clock Noon. SATURDAY,. March
4. 1011, for several bridges In .South?
ampton county.
Plans and specifications on file at
this office and at the olerk's office,
Courtland. Va.
A certified check for $250 to ac
compnny each bid.
The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids.
Further Information furnished on
application to the undersigned.
P. ST. J. WILSON.
State Highway Commissioner*'
REPORT ON DEATHS
IN PETERSBURG
Considerable Decrease as Com?
pared with Same .Month
Last Year.
MERCANTILE ASSIGNMENT
Delegation to Attend Southern
Commercial Congress.
Other News.
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\
Th uos-Dispatch-Tin rcau.
100 North Sycamore Street,
Petersburg;, Va., Fobruary 27.
The report of the Health Department
shows that during the month end
ing February 26 there were fifty
seven deaths in Petersburg; twenty <
seven among the white and thirty
among the colored population: a con?
siderable decrease as compared with
the corresponding month of last year
Of the decedents eleven were under
the age of live years: nine wore be?
tween tin- ages of sixty and eighty
years, and three had passed tho four
score limit. Tuberculosis claimed
eleven victims; pneumonia nine.
Brlght's disease six; organic disease of
the heart five, and there was ona
death each by suicide, suffocation,
drpwnlhg and gunshot wounds. As to
sex, twenty-one were males and thirty
six were females. The coroner certi?
fied ten deaths during the month;
eleven bodies were brought to the city
for interment and three removed. The
number of communicable diseases re?
ported to tho department during the
month were: Diphtheria, ten; tubercu?
losis. Tour: smallpox. Ihre,-; chicken
pox, one.
Mercantile Assignment,
Th.-, Fr?ser-Binford Company, Inc.
dealers in millinery and women's
goods, have made an assls-ntnent t.<i
.lohn D. Watklns as trustee, for thr
benefit of their creditors without
priority or preference. The liabilities
are placed at about 5".n0ft, and tho as?
sets at $tl.000.
For Commercial CoticrrN.*,
G. Grosvoncr Dawe, of Washington,
managing director of the Southern
Commercial Congress, stopped over In
the city to-day on his way to Atlanta,
whero he goes to superintend arrange?
ments for the meeting of that im?
portant body on March 8, 0 and 10. Ho
Is enthusiastic over the prospect of
the congress and 'be benefits to tho
South to be derived from it, and says
that lO.oop men, representing all the
States, w'll attend the congress. A
delegatlf of Hftoon or twenty citizens
of Pete' 'tirg, and probably more, will
go to,' congress, leaving here on the
night1' March 7 in a specially .char?
tered, ilman cat.
We'll Known Cltlr.en Pnrnlyr.ed.
A. S. .Mcljomore, it well known and
nespectod citizen, one of the majiagers
ot Watson McGlll's bonded tobacco
factory, where he has boon employed
for years, was stricken with paralysis
Willie at work at. the factory this af?
ternoon. His entire left side is af?
fected, and his condition Is regarded
as serious. Ho was taken to bis home
on Grove Avenue, whero ho received
medical attention.
Pretty Morning Mnrrlngo.
At St. Joseph's Catholic Church at
9:30 o'clock this morning, in the pres
By John's Wife
Used Golden Beme?y, The Groat Home
Treatment For Drunkards.
Odorless and TaateleBS ? Any Lady Can
Give It Secretly At Homo In Ten,
Coffee Or food.
Costs Nothing To Try.
If you have a husband, son. brother, father
or friend who la a victim of liquor, all you
have to do Is to send your name, and address
on the coupon below. You may be thankful
as Ions as you live that you did It.
FREE TRIAL PACKAGE COUPON.
Dr. J. W. Haines Company,
fM2 Glenn Bdg., Cinclnnnti, Ohio.
Please send nie, absolutely free, by re?
turn mail, in plain wrapper, ho that no
one can know what it contains, a trial
package of Golden Remedy to prove that
what you claim for it is true in every
respect.
Name.
Street.
City...
State..
Coal an? ?Hoob.
HICKORY ST?VB~~W??b.
DO YOU WANT A LOAD OF THE
best hickory wood In tho city cut
to stove lengths? You can get it
by 'phoning your order to Madison
411. Deliveries promptly made. VIR?
GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL
COMPANY.
LONG'S WOOD IS EXACTLY LIKE A LL
good, dry, heating wood?it lasts, and
your work goes on smoother. His
coal makes ashes after it burns.
Madison 1069 and D370.___
FH ONE US YOUR OR DE RS FOR
wood and coal of quality. We are
here to please you. Madlscn 600ft,
NORTH SIDE WOOD AND COAL CO..
640 North Sixth Street
relate tor A\ent.
SECOND FLOOR, THREE NICE
rooms; private bath and back porch,
all connecting. Apply 52") North
Ninth Streot.
Atlanta City ^esorta
GALEN HALL
AND COTTAGES
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. ,
Alwaji opto. Always rendy. Always bnsy. \
r. L. YOUNG. Gen'IMaiuuM*
By The Valentine Auction Co., Auctioneers,
618 Eaat Broad Street.
General Merchandise, Cooking ,Stoves ]|
Clothing, Furniture, Dental Chair,
&c., at Auction.
We will sell at No. Ifi02 East Franklin Street.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. AT 10:80 O'CLOCK,
a stock o; General Merchandise, consisting of about 30 New Cooking*
Stoves, lot o? Furr.lt i:re. Mattresses, about' 50 Men's Suits. Men's Over?
coats. Pants, Hats, lot Groceries, Cigarettes, Cigars. Tobacco. Crockery.
Lamps; Glausware, Hardware, Baskets, Ladles' and Men's Shoes, Rubbers,
and other General Merchandise too numerous to mention.
Trade invited to attend this sale. All of those goods are new, and
must be .-old regardless of value.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.,
Auctioneers.
-:-~*
By The Virginia Auction Co..
General Auctioneers,
Monroe 2S83 10 N. Seventh St., opposite I'ost-Offlce.
Madison 3851
AN UNUSUAL AUCTION SALE
ON THIS TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23, AT 10:30.
wo will sell (for parties declining housekeeping), at
1217 WEST AVENUE
one Three-Pioce Mahogany Frame Parlor Suit, several Gold Chairs, Odd
Rockers. Chairs and Tables, Brlc-n-Brac. etc.; one handsome 7 1-3 octave
Upright Piano, mahogany case, standard make, very little used; a
Chance to possess a lovely instrument at,your own price.
Back Parlor consists of several Odd (.'hairs. Couch, Easy Chairs,
Quartered Oak Bookcase. Lace Curtains. Drugget and Rugs.
Hall consists oil good OaK Rack, several High Back" Chairs and
Table.
Dining Room consists of one Massive Quartered Oak Sideboard,
good Round Pedestal Table. P ? Scat and Arm Chairs. China Closet,
all to match; one China Dlnii Set, Crockery, Silverware, Glasswaro,
[ Pictures, Refrigerator, Wilton \ rugget, severnl Small Rugs.
First Bed Chamber consists of one Massive Brass Bed, Spring and
Felt Mattress, ban'some Mahogany Dresser and Stand, Chlftonnier,
i Carpet. Rugs. Lacy Curtains, Pictures, Toilet Sets. etc.
Second Chamber consists of one Quartered Oak Drrssor and Stand,
Chlftonnier and Wardrobe to match, one Flat Top Desk. Brass Bed,
Spring and Mattress. Chairs, Rocker, etc.
Also a lot of other Household Goods too numerous to mention.
Goods must be removed day of sale. Ladles especially Invited to attend
tills sale. Be on hand. Wo soil rain or shine.
ltennyvibor. TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 29, at 10:30.
" THE VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.,
General Auctioneers.
Temporary location, 10 North Seventh Street, opposite Post-Office.
i-'
ence of a largo assemblage of relatives
and friends, Miss Helen Catherine
Schneider, daughter of Mr. and airs.
John S. Schneider, was married to
ZIna Fleming Lyman, the itev. Father
O'Farrtili o nictating. The bride, at?
tired in traveling suit, entered with
and was given away by her fathor
Miss Frances Schneider, sister of the
bride, attended an maid of honor, and
John L* Crowder was best. man. After
a wedding breakfast at the home of
the bride, Mr. and Airs. Lymati left
for the North on their bridal trip.
The bride is a young ? woman of.
charming personality, and t_ bride?
groom is a popular employe \i\ th?
;?ost-otnco. _
An**,' Woman Pound Dead.
Sallie Jones, an elderly colored wo?
man, was found dead on tho floor of
her room, on Perry Street, Saturday
evening, and her death had probably
occurred several days before. She
MVed by herself and not having been
seen for several days, her friends went
i to look after her. She had probably
been stricken with apoplexy or paraly?
sis, and died without bong able to
summon assistance.
AV?.?rlc on Viaduct.
Work on the viaduct to be built by
the Roanoke Iron und Bridge Com?
pany for the Walnut Hill Corporation
of this city, has been begun. Tho
foundations for the abutments 'am
now be'ng laid. The viaduct will cros:i
tho Valley of Lieutenant. Run from the
south end of Sycamore Street to tho
company's fine property just outside of
the city. It is to be of steel and con?
crete, St>0 feet long, 60 or more feet
high, 30 feet wide, and will cost in
the neighborhood of $40.0nn.
General Xowh In Brief.
The Rev. Thomas J. O'Farrell, pas?
tor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church,
left to-day for Florida, for the bone
tit of his health. Befoiv returning
home he may visit Cuba.
Miss Gemmell, of Richmond, has re?
signed the position of head nurse at
the Birdvllle Tuberculosis Hospital,
and Mrs. Knight has succeeded her. At
u meeting of the executive committee
Saturday evening, it was decided to
have a housekeeper independent of the
nurses, and rules and regulations for
the government of the sanatorium
were adopted.
Detectives Fanes and Heolan this
afternoon arrested two negroes as sus?
picious characters, and have reason tc
believe that they have committed rob?
bery somewhere. Two good watches
were found on them, as well as a num?
ber of pawntickets for watches, pistols
etc. They gave their names as Dock
King and M. Langdon, the latter from
Norfolk.
At .the parsonage of St. Joseph's
Catholic Church to-day at 11 o'clock
Joseph Mlzaro, Jr., and Miss Frances
Ditmar. both of Dlnwiddle, were mar
rted by. Father O'Farrell.
The funeral of Mrs. A. M. Booth,
widow of P. Hi Booth, took place at. 11
o'clock this morning from Washing?
ton Street Methodist F.plscopal Church,
Her grandsons were the pall-hearers
The Rev. J. D. Harte, of Hickory, N.
C, Is conducting evangelistic services
at Grove Avenue Baptist Church this
week.
The Hustings Court will hegin the
hearings to-mom>w of ninny com?
plaints of property-owners against
what thoy deem too h'gh an assess?
ment of the property by tho assessors.
Mrs. WelHiger 1'nrnlyzed.
Mrs. D. A. Woisiger, well known in
Richmond and Manchester, was
stricken with parnlyais yesterday at
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Bragg, on High Street. The stroke is
very severe, and her condition Is ex?
tremely critical.
Child Killed.
Florence, the ten-yonr-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frnost L R?ttln,
former residents of Petersburg, was
run over and Instantly killed by a
street, oar in Darby, a suburb of Phila?
delphia, on Saturday.
fa minus nrc.\u LncTunnus
OS AGRIOlJI.TUTIAIi TRAIN
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch; 1
Arvonln, Vn., February 27.?Tho
agricultural train, under the control
of tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
Company and tho Virginia Department
of Agriculture, came up the Bucking?
ham branch of the Chesapeake and
Ohio to-day at noon, taking a largo
?number of passengers from Rremo
Bluff, New Canton, Arvonla, Penlan
and Johnson to Dillwyn, where a stop
was made and lectures given along
many modern lines of farming. As
was the case last year, much interest
was manifested in (lie speaking, arid
apparently much good was done. As
an evidence of tho upward trend of
farming In this section, cultivable land
has about doubled In value during the
past five years. Furthermore, about
doublet the amount of corn and wheat
per aero Is raised now over tho Vholds
of ten years ago.
Surtton &>ale?. Sunixz^j&ap&
By <Vrcen~,&^Re?^d,
Real Estate Auctioneers
AUCTION SALE
OF '
THAT WELL BUILT AND VERT DE- .<
liSIR?BLE DWELLING, CONTAINING
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH,
No. 14 South Lorn
bardy Street
ON THURSDAY, M. RCH 2, V11,
at 5:30 P. M..
on tho promises, we ' vlll off<sr the.
above property at ntictlt. i.
Tlte lot has a wide fruitage- on the
western shlo of Lombard} Street, and"
runs back a great depth, with wide'
alley on side.
This is a goon Investment, as houses
In tills locality are always ih demand.
Tills property ts now occupied by an,'
excellent, tenant.
TERMS: Very liberal, and announced
sale.
GREEN ?: REDD,
Auctioneers.
By Enps^Epps &TCo.^
Real Estate Auctioneers.
at
sale
of
suburban home. westview, on
westhampton line, stop 22, on
thursday", march 2. 1911,
at 5:80 p. m.
At the request of the owner, we will
offer the above for sale. House con?
tains eight rooms, electric lights, and.
. heated by furnace. Lot fronts 70 feel
I on Ltbby Avenue by 100 feet to a 10
foot alley.
TERMS: Liberal and announced at
sale. ??
EPPS-EPPS <fc CO.. '
Auctioneers.
i\eal (Estate for is>ale.
for' sale!
Handsome lots on the Boulevard.
Very desirable modern Dwellings on
Grove Avenue. ,
a bargain on Broad Street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets.
Two nice Homes on Ashland Street,
fronting Reservoir Park.
Nice Homes In Belmont. Bargains.
Several neat Homes on Randolph
Street.
Houses on North Thirty-third Stroet
at low figures.
Call for particulars. Low prices and
easy terms.
C. L. & IL L. DE NOON,
821 East Main Street
FINE FARM FOR S?LE '
"Benvenue Farm," the property at
the late Captain David Meade, situated
near White Post and Millwood, Clarke
county. Contains 250 acres of fine
wheat land; also an apple orchard.'
Brick dwelling, large barn and other
outbuildings. One-half mile from Nor?
folk and Western Railway station.
This is one of the most valuable and
productive farms in the Shenandoah
Valley. For further particulars, ad?
dress HUBERT SNOWDEN, Special
Commissioner. Alexandria, Va.
~$Ltsat Mottete
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THIS
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA: . .
?lames A. Strother, trustee,
vs.
I. Levinson and Harry Klein, doing ?
business as I. Levinson & Com-!
pany; .1. H. Cozzins, Tr? and in
his own right; Bessie M. Edwards,
Admx. of Thomas H. Edwards, Tr.;
S. Levinson.
is
On motion of the plaintiff by com
sei. it appearing that S. Levinson, w"
is a party to this suit and who
not an inhabitant of this district, nor'
found within this district, nor has
voluntarily entered his appearance,
and that personal service upon him
was not practical, was not included
in the order heretofore entered in this
cause on the Hist day of December,
l!Ht>, wherein It was directed that an
order of publication ho had as to I,
Levinson and Harry Klein, it 13 hereby
ordered that the said last named order
heretofore entered be, and tho same'
Is hereby, vacated. And on motion of
the plaintiff by counsel, if. appearing
from an affidavit made and tiled In this ?
cause, that I. Lovlnson. Harry Klein",
and S. Levinson, defendants, are not
inhabitants of this district, nor found
within this district, nor have volun?
tarily entered their appearance, an
that personal service upon thorn is n
practicable, it Is hereby ordered that
the said L Levinson and Harry Klein
and S. Levinson do appear, plead,
answer or demur to the bill filed by
tho plaintiff herein on or before thV<
16th day of March, 1911. and In de?\
fault thereof that the court will pro?
ceed to the hearing and adjudication;
of said suit; and that this order shalt'
bo published In The Tlmes-Dlsoatof),
newspaper of general circulation, pub *
lished In tho city of Richmond, Va:,
once a week for six consecutive week*
Richmond. Va., January 20, 1911.
EDMUND WADDILL. JR:,'
United State? District Judge;
A True Copv?Attest:
JOSEPH P. BRADY, Cler!fc?
O'FLAILERTY fc FULTON, n. O.

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