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T?TE MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA, AND j
ONE OP TUB 111 1ST IN ASIEIUCA.
Want Ad Rates |
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HBiy home on H. t . u. No. 2, Ashland,
HB ? Junu sto, mil. Description:
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position; ?: .? month. Write lur
ui positions open. FKANiCl.lN
xuxe, liupi. j.'J u. Rochester,
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pei- inoiitli and not Interfering
youi present occupation .1 brat.
:al liET. > A?B'N., llu E. One
reu aim Twehty-tMth Street,
yprk City._
:U. A MAN COOK. AVRLiY
4L CHARLUTTE, Keyavllle, Va..
late ettiaiy expected.
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dl a?.; al i-J N. Sixth St.
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I only few woeka retiuiri
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m guaranteed. Write for cata
I MOLEK'S UAKBER Cui.
B l.Hui-ry, .N' v. 'i ork City,
Ii, A FIRST-CLASS TIN AND
S worker; one familiar tvlthl
H woi K preferred, .ipply UO.N ?
B DUZlhrt, 281-2116 Uranby St.. j
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9n on small farm. Addrusa
BB River Road, Westhamptott,
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quipped Liu only real
itt?Ol 111 tilth BLCllOII
id night ibe year aiouiu
for >our?iit. Our n.it
i are uur references.
AUTOMOBILE iOliuuu
Street.
WENT POSITIONS OPEN.
FRANKLIN 1N8TI
[X O. K?chester. N. v
frjOOU MAN To TAKE
In a generul uuwintll and
ybcr. or will Mull out
Apply A. T. CUR'l IS.
strung. WILLING
aril the baker's 'ratio;
Ito deliver bread, day
letween i und 10 a. ai.
Twenty-sixth street.
??COJIE CMAUi'
shoji practice; sura
NATIONAL ALTO
uKATION, 22\-iii W.
a;ucu, j-iiau.
;ion 'by ' en per i
Iuith good house; can
erences. G 901, car.;
IiOKKE EPErT NOW
i to make a change.
are Times-Dispatch.
N BY YOUNG MAN
ii furnish reference
habits and ability,
both Mie and Hie
care Tlmes-Dls
n AS ASSISTANT
oeper, with some
by single man;
inal bank in South
|rnlsh good rc-fer
W'. .S.. care Timos
~AS chauffeur
tivate family pre
!?15, caro Times
"?s" BOOK K EE P*
man by young
and experience.
M-spatoh._
female.
SETTLED WO
ilrcn and hotise
ttnees required.
kd 12. 815 Enal
CO 17 n try:
?rretl. Milliard
md and Ches
iillway, MKS.
IXPERIENCBD
in Stenogrn
Ut-class refer
apply. JOHN
|icnows how.
g. one who
iry. $25 net
Ight nnd fuel
once. Ap?!J
Ifeniaie.
)MPETEN
lidy 3tenoi
Visat wot
a-Dispatt)
[E D, A|,L I
|U call /or I
any thl- g.
Dyor,/-*)3 j
1? Mud/ nn
JD fft I
'hird.
&elp, Malt anb jFemale.
men^'aniTnvom^n deKonstratok?.
Twenty wanted to market our beau?
tiful new liquid soap; big money
earned; eusy, well-paid work: spare
or full tlmo. Call ut once. magic
st'KAy office, r> n. BeveTuii at.
fi'?lW'kdT'expis iTi knced speciaiT
ty salesman, familiar with the a;ro
cefy trade in locul territory. -Stalo
references und experience. Address
1'. O. Box 303. New Orleans, La.
HIGH-CLASS SALESMAN OPEN FOR
city engagement; can furnish rig. L
M t. c.iI ?' Time:'- Dispatch._ _
wantedTIwlicTt?r kor general
line household goods, novelties, etc.
Apply SOUTHERN NOVELTY CO. 30
N. Eighth Street, City.
Situations., S?vQitjL?iimal^
WA'Ntkbr by "kkcdnt" guai>iJatii !
of the medical department,' Univer?
sity of Vlrglniii, position with aomo |
doctor as practicing assistant for j
four months. Address a. t. kino,
11 1-2 N Twenty-ninth Street. Rich?
mond. Va._
\V - NT Ml' '"-Td ?;?;<";""], a D1 HOLDING
diploma from "Koorner School of
Music." Norfolk. Va., desires position
teaching piano music and harmony.
For further particulars address N V.
R., cure Postumster, Port Haywood.
Va. _
Sjjents WiaMzXi.
vV*ANTKT?, "Rl3i'T'TABLB AfiENTS""TO
sell stamp-vendlng machines in al?
lotted territory. Write for terms.
AUTOMATIC SERVICE COMPANY.
Albany, N. Y.
Conl anli vi&HooD.
LONG'S SPRING WOOD masks A]
quick fire and good hcut, because he]
has kept It stored away. It is per?
fectly dry and exactly what you need
1.1 this season, when it is ubually
hard to get dry wood at any price
Phone Madison 1069_
KINDLINTi" WOOD. EXCELLENT FOR j
light ?. i '? '??<? half-cord. Phone
Madison 177. SAMUEL H. COTTRELL]
& SONS.
?taal estate tor. &ale.__
NINE-ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE. 1316 ]
Fourth Avenue, Highland Park.
?8,.i -a MAIN STREET STORE.
rented for $600 year, inert-using inj
value every day.Madison 1 lilT.
TIMBER LAND FOR HALE. ? EIGHT
miles from Columbia, Va., a tract of
oak timber lurid, containing ill
acres, estimated to cut 20.?u? white
oak railroad ties. ".00,Odo feet of oak
saw timber and from soo to sou cords]
of hickory spoke Umber: 47.0 ::'-ros!
of this tract Is in oak timber land:
lies nice and is easy to haul over. Good j
road to station. Will sell this prop
erty ut n sacrifice of $7,000 If sold,
at once Terms reasonable. Address
_H. P. BAKER. Columbia. Va_
IIOT EL FOR SA LE?SURROUNDED j
by beautiful oak grove: good fleva-j
Hon. overlooking the town; water,
?team heat, dlnlna room, two largo]
r<ionis separated by sliding doors an I
20 additional rural Price. $3.000.1
Terms eusy Situated at the Junction
?.f Southern and N. & W Railro ids.
BurkevlUe, Va. Write to MR. T. O.
BANDY._
FOR HALE BEAUT1I-TJL WATER
front home; all inudurn conveniences,
overlooking Fortress Monroe, Hamp?
ton Roads; boating, bathing, fishing;!
large lawn, shade trees; two minutes'I
walk to car. For further Information |
address S H. V.'., car? Postmaster, i
Uuckroe. Va.
x\ta'i C?uitc tor iXent.
FOR RENT. ASHLAND HOME. KUR-1
nlshed; eight rooms. Address C . j
care Postmaster. Ashland. Va._
Hi: B U BRAN* FA RM FOR RENT; 200
acres, four miles from Richmond. !
half-mile from car, good house, svith
running water; fine barn; $300 tier
year. Address .1 hi'.', care rimeS-DIS-]
1.- h._,_j
NEW HOUSES <>N 2 20? BLOCK. PARK i
Avenue; nine rooms, hot water heat
and modern In every wuy. Apply
22 12-A Pirk Avenue, or phone Madi?
son 7760-.I or 3606. j
i\oom? for :&ent.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. vir-j
ginia Building, for gentleman; phone,
bath, hot and cold water. E 311.;
care Times-Dispatch. _
TWO ROOMS FtTrnTsH E D. for
light housekeeping! large, cool pir
lor, with telephone; also other de
strahle-rooms 710 East Franklin.
NICELY FURNISH ED*' ROOM. WITH
or without hoard. 718 E. Marshall, i
N K'El-Y FI' I: N I S II E D ROOMS: "COOL,
clean; transient, .inc.; permanent.,
sp. clul rates. THE WELLINGTON, !
314 Enst Clay.
;r!.)if3 3roi- ?xtai.~
ntceYt~"fiIa''F^Tn~^TcTTm
the price; third floor., four rooms and
bath; price $210; September 1st or
sooner. 309 South Fourth Street,
Gamble's Hill. Rlght-hahd bell.
FiRST F!.< )OR APARTMENT, THREE j
rooms and bath; central; extra nice j
rooms, convenient arrangement; fur
na e heat If wanted, Address, with
references, ? 38, care Times-Dispatch.
excEPTiONaT.TTy nice SECOND- ,
lloor Hat, live large rooms and bath;]
Gamble's Hill. 'Phone Madison
10S0-L.
_ ttStantefc^. _
E\rERY RC SEN ESS"' MAN IN THIS CITY ]
to escape catching that hasty itch?
ing skin disease. The way? Use our
Hvgienic Liquid Soap. Phone Madi?
son 260:t. MAGIC SPRAY CO.. 3 N.
Seventh Street.
WANTED. A VIRGINIA FARM, A D.I A - 1
cent to salt water. Address D 250,
care Times-Dispatch. _
WANTED*. SECOND-HAND STEEL
water tower, not less than thirty
feet high, and carry tank of not less
than 1,6.00 gallons. Address J 97"
care Tlrnes-Dispatch.
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO SEE BU,L
Endicott and Herbert Wilson heat
Bnrnov OUlfleld's record of r.s sec?
onds for tue mile on the Fourth of
July at the Fair Grounds. Endicott
holds 27 world's records and the
Vanderbllt Cup. nnd Wilson holds
the world's ten-mile record and the
Dublin (Ireland) Cup._
WANTED. 20,000 PEOPLE TO SEE |
the automobile races. Bill Endicott
vs. Herbert Wilson, at Fair Grounds]
July 4th._
BECOND-hand MACHINERY Ol'
of every descrlptlrn bought at. full ]
value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 E
Cary s'. Phone "ladlaon 3526.
WANTED. TO BtTY Fun CASH, MOUSE,
hold goods in any quantity. Phone
Madtnop 3851.
DELIGHTFUL ROOMS AND EXCEL
lent table hoard. 210 E. Grace.
HAN DSC) M ELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, second lloor; bath, phone, com?
bination lights, with board. Applv
3 East Franklin Street.
BOARDERS" for NICE] large
rooms. Also table* boarders. 209
East Grace.
BOARDERS "wANTED "AT ,817 EAST
Franklin Street. MISS PALMORK.
NICELY FURNISHED R~??MS AND
good bonrd, with private family:
phone and bath. ?OS N. Fifth Street.
mrs. cha8. k. bowers. 115 hast
Franklin. handsomely appointed
roomn, with board; large, well-von
ttlnted dining room, opening on Seo
n.nd Street Menls by Inv or week
iEoaro tMInnteU.
wSStedTTSoard FOR SELF^AND
wife In private fumilv, to begin In
fall; references: exchanged. Address
H 773. cure Tlmes-Dlspatch.
DAILY PUZZLES
?What kind of fish?
ANSWElt TO yK?TB!U>A*raS ri'zzle
Yeltovr._
ciTkatC^aia. kinoVT'of dECOND- ?
hand mechanical tools Apply jef- i
FEEKON LOAN OFFICE. 1705 East!
Main Street.
ONE NO. 7.0 JUNIOR MERE EN-JOH N
son box board squeezer for box j
shookd; handles stock up to 2?
inches wide. 30 inches lonK. quarter- j
inch to one and a quarter inches \
thick.
ONE TWO-COLOR. CHAIN FEED,
wood printing 'machine (Hooper |
make), 25x4s-inch bed.
THE ABOVE MACHINES HAVE BEEN
UKid but very little. Will sell cheap.
Address JEFFREYS, SPAULDINO
MFO. CO.. INC.. Chase City, Va.
STRUCT!." R A i- MATERIAL, OF EVERT
description cut to order. CLARENCE
COSBY, 1$23 East Cary Street. Rich- i
mond. Va._
WANTED; TO SELL ONE BARK Ml I.e. !
with pulleys am: -haftlng. complete:,
two sets corn bur;s. with pulleys and
shafting, complete. one boiler ur.d ?
engine. 100 hir3epower each. F'-r
particulars apply to FARMERS' CO?
OPERATIVE GUANO CO.. Black
stone. Va. _
ONE AUTOMATIC SHORT LOO 3VW-;
mill, in good condition; will sell
' hear: For further particulars ad-l
dress JEFFREYS. SPAULDINQ MFO.;
CO.. INC.. Chase City, Va._
10-HORBEPOWER TRACTION EN-1
gine, six-horsepowe r f-ngir.e and boll
er, mounted on wheels, suitable for
threshing; also boilers and engines I
of various styles and sizes. Condition!
guaranteed. i. B eu FORD * CO.
ihPS'Mi i:. Cary -Street._j
NOW IS Tfl E 'i'JME TO LOOK SOUR
lawnrnower over. We have the only,'
sharpener south of Philadelphia that'
will sharper It with a guarantee to |
cut like new. JOE BICKEKSTAFF. !
1S11 East Main
WE HAVE a" LARGE ASSORTMENT'
of buslnesa und pleasure vehicles In
stock for your inspection. a. 1
M FYKE'S SONS. 721 East Cary
.Street. j
icli'TfiTiCAM. $i~<j?77eon . ai7l~il?~
vors SO.MMA'S. Phone Monroe ,'?)
il
SOJA BEANS FOR SALE CHEAP. WE I
quote delivered prices. D. ETHER-]
IDGE ei CO.. Nortolk. Va.
_i!
FOR SALE, ONE FLECTRIC SHOE
repairing outllt complete, with mo- i
tor. machinery, etc VIRGINIA AUC?
TION CO.
DARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT;
of newest styles In millinery, suits,
dresses, all kinds of ready-made gar. j
ments for ladien, misses and chil?
dren; alterations free. Small ex-i
penees means a saving for you Also
u line of pattern hats for tho trade
MRS JULIUS BEAR. 1123 E. Male
Street._
3 uto mobiles for ?s>a!e
At'f. '-mohii.es bought. "soldT ax>
changed: frt-e repairs for one year;'
from $100 to $1.000. AUTOMOBILE:
_ EXCHANGE. 221-223 W'. Broad s:
?UTOMOR1LE FOR SALE: F RAN KEIN
rlve-pusscnger or.r; splendid condi?
tion; cheap Phone Madison 2964.
Summer IBoaraing;.
BOAKIJERS WANTED. ONE "mTl'e
from town; cool, shady grove; baths,'
with hot and cold water: phone also I
In house. Write to MRS. GEORGE
N1CH-H.S. Bedford City, Va.
WANTED, SUMMER BOARDER8 AT j
?Oakland." Louisa; healthful loca?
tion; excellent water; line grove,
dally mall; telephone; good uccom-I
modatlons. Address MRS. I. N. '
MAY. Trevilian's, Va. R. F. D. No. 1. ,
ELIZABETH CoTtT\GE~] BUCK ROE
Beach, Va.?Boarders wanted; good!
hathlng; good table; terms reason-j
able. Special rates for parlies. Ad- |
dress mrs. C. SIMONSON, Buckroj i
Beach, Va.
CASON COTTAGE. OCEAN V1EW\ VA.
Water front; all modern Improve?
ments; about one squnre from hotel;
rates reasonable: telephone. i
LOW E"S COTTAGE. WATER FRONT.
Virginia Bay Station. Ocean View.
Reasonable rates: good service; spe?
cial meals, 50c; bathing suits free.
MRS W. T. LOWE. Proprietor.
SHOE TiEPAlKiNcT
7Gc HALFSOLE MEN'S shoes. 60s
ladles.; every pair sewed: best bath?
er; no nails, r.o pegs. Royal rub- I
ber heels. 25c; Tr?.d-Alr rubber heels.
40c; leather heels rebuilt like new.
25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. 71C East Main. Phone
Monroe 3667.
UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES
PARLOR SUITS, COUCHES AND ODD
pieces i euphoistered. Maitros.-soa
renovated neatly. Sanitary methods:
Reliable worlc. SYDNOR & HUND?
LEY. 711 East Broad. Mudlson UliUl
AWNINGS! AWNINGS: AWNINGS!
FOOL THE SUN tiV placing your,
order for awnings with us now. W ?
are In a position to met t all do
mauds promptly. II. E. COPELAND
& CO., 1US N- Ninth Street. Phon.?
Mhuison 2576.__ j
FINE UNHOXSTBR1N? AND MAT
TRESSES
FURNITURE REPAIRED ANT? UP- i
holptered; mattresses made over like |
new, furniture and china packed ,
and shipped. JACOB UMLAUF. Phone
jW_I
LAWN MOWERS.
THE BEST IS NOT TOO GOOD. THIS
is why there pre- about 500 satisfied 1
users of the genuine Pcnnsyl vnnbi 1
mowers In Richmond. Wo also carry ?
the cheap stuff as low as $2.50. If
you can't find it. go to McGRAW'S,
_1440- 12 _E. Main^trooL_|
CLEANING ?ND DYEING SILKS.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN
lng and dyeing silks, stitins. laces,
furs, poligea. foulards, household
draperies, blankets, etc. Nothing too
difficult. SPITZER, MY CLEANER.
102 North Eighth Street. Phone Mad
Ison 4121_
BIG SALE OF PARASOLS.
REGULAR. $4 PARASOLS FOR $1.9S.
We have them from 25c. up to $5
npiece. Repairing and recovering our
speclulty. Now umbrellas from 50c.
up to $10 apiece. Como and see us.
We will trent yoA right NEW?
MAN'S UMBRELLA /FACTORY, 31?
E. Broad Strj^ Pjpne Monroo 210?.
X?w School ?III lie liullt.
(.Special to Tho Tlmcs-Dlspatch.] \
Scottsvllle, Va.. Juno 30.?Tho Dis?
trict School Board met here on Wed?
nesday last, and appointed tenchors for
tho coming- snsslon. The Albesenio
High School building, that wan recent-!
ly destroyed by ftr?>. will bo replncod:
by a new building at n cost of about
16,000. A now schoolhouse will he built
near Warren
Julv 1. 1911.
MESSRS. DEO. W. WARREN AND J. j
J. Ballou, Jr.. ere this day admitted
to an interest In our business.
_DAVENPORT &
IF YOUR HEAD FITS THE HAT YOU !
can buv a straw hat of $3 or $6 v il
ue for II at MUSCOE H. C.ARNETT'S.
SPRINGTIME IS* HERE" GET YOUR
last year's clothee out and phono
M:idt3on 1121. and our automobile i
will call. get and return your gar
mentS in Al condition. SPITZER. :
MY CLEANER AND DYEK. 102 N.
Eighth Street._,
WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAHN ICE BEOS. Jewelers. *13 !
Euat Main Street, buy. sell, exchanga
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES Old gold and Sil- |
ver always taken tri ?Nchanae,
j?ib?Jciib ikatitei.
The Virginia Fire & Marine
Insurance Company.
Richmond, Va.. June 20, 1911.
DIVIDEND.?THE DIRECTORS OFj
this company have declared n semi?
annual dividend of five per cent. 1
(11.25 per share, and free from tax),
payublo July 1st next, to stockhold?
ers of record June 20, 1911.
Transfer books closed from this
date to July 4th. Inclusive. Divi?
dend will !>?? mailed to stockholders.
Changes of address should be noti?
fied the company.
WM. li. MCCARTHY. Secretary.
Virginia Trust Company,
Richmond. Va., June 20, 1911.
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS COMPANY
have declared a soml-uiinuul dividend
of 2 per cent., payable on and after
JULY 1. 1911. Checks will be mailed.
_L. D. AYLETT. Secr-itary.
National State and City Bank of Rich?
mond. Va.
Richmond. Va.. June 17, 1911.
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK
have declared a semi-annual dividend
of 3 1-2 per cent., payable July 1,
1911.
Checks will be mailed.
_JULIEN H. HILL. Cashier.
Planters' National Bank,
Richmrr.d. Va., June 21. 1911.
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK To?
day declared a dividend of 10 fw
cent, on the capital stock of tho
bank, out of the earnings of the past
six months, payable on and after
JULY 1. 1911.
RICHARD H. SMITH.
_Cashier.
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK
have declared the usual quarterly
dividend of 2 per cent, (rate 3 per
cent, nnnuallyi. payable to share?
holders of record JUNE SO. 1911.1
Checks will be mailed.
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK.
_O. B 1111-L. Ca sliler.
Richmond. Va.
THE DIRECTORS OF THE NATIONAL'
Bank of Virginia have declared the j
regular semi-annual dividend of .7 |
per cent., payable JULY l, tun,
the stockholders of record at close]
of business June 26. Checks will be
mailed June .10. 1911.
W. M. ADDISON.
_Cashier.
The Savings Bank of Richmond.
Richmond, Va.. June 26. 1911.
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS RANK
have declared a semi-annual divi?
dend of 4 per cent, out of the earn?
ings for the past six months, pay?
able on and after July 1. 1911.
Dividend checks will he mailed.
JAMES M BALL. Cashier
"Safe as the Safest."
VIRGINIA BUILDING AND LOAN
Company.?The unnunl meeting of
the stockholders of this compnnv
will beheld on TUESDAY, July li.
1911. C. T. LOEHR.
Secretary.
hotels.
Richmond Va.,
The most magnificent hotel in tne j
South. European plan. Rooms single
and en suite, with and without baths.
Spacious sample rooms.
Rat*. 11.50 D?r dav and iiDW.iru.
Virginia Military Institute
"THE WEST POINT O. THE SOUTH"
Collegiate and technical courses combined
with the rigid discipline of an army post.
Virginia Cadets tuition free.
Lexington. Va. G?n. E. W. NICHOLS. Supt,
McGuire's University School, I
OPP. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND VA. j
FORTY-SEVENTH SESSION begins Sep- i
tembe'r 18, Thorough preparation for uni?
versity, college, technical s.chool. U. S. Navel i
Sind Military Academies, Primary depart- .
meat for small boya. with separata instruc?
tors, study-hall, and recitation rooms The j
Principal will be at 7 N. Belyldere St., after
Sept. 5. For full Information tea catalogue
at ho-jk stores, or by mall.
JOHN P. M'GUIRE, Principal. ]
MEDICINS. DENTISTRY. MAI/MACY.
Sevrntyfjurlh Scuon brains Scpl. Ii. 1311.
BsoIUbi Uberatery tad cluicil fksUltUs.
It?brlatu Lining; ?ipaoics modem*.
Wril 3 for Cal>l0|,-ud S
Chllllftptu* Tonp-ln. M. D- D?n. . Va
&a?roao2.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway:
?j.^o a. I Dally?F*?t train to Old Point. !
4:00 P. f Newport News and Norfolk.
7:40 A. Daily?i.acal to Newport New*.
0:10 P. Dally Local to Old Point.
::.(<> P I Dally?Louisville and CliiclraiaUI. ,
if:03 p. ( Chicago and St. Louis. Rullinant. |
6:45 P.-.?aily. ?Western Express Pullmans
to Cincinnati.
ll:l? a.?Week days.?Mountain Special to
Thurmond.
1:10 A.?Dally?Charlottasvllle. Woek days?
Clifion Forgo.
6:15 1*. ? Wick days. Local to Gordonavllle.
10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg, Lex., C. Forgo.
6:15 I'.?Welt days, To Lynchburg.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from Easl?8:ffi A. M.. 7 50 P. M.
Through from East?11:30 A. M . C:30 P. M.
Local from W-st??8:00 A. M., ?9:50 A. M..
3:10 P. M? 7:20 P. M.
Through?7:00 A. M.. 2:45 P. M.
James River Lln<?S:S5 A. M.. ?-.15 P. M.
?Dairy except .Sunday.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS
Open dally from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Admission. 26c. Free on Saturday*
' .. _JRnilrosofj._
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALI, RAIL LINK TO NOK FOLK. !
Schedule In Effect May 1*. U1L
Leave B)-rd Street station. Richmond. FOP.
NORFOLK: b8:10 A. M.. *?:00 A. M.. a3:00 P.I
it . ?4:10 P. M . b7:00 P. M.
?FOR LYNCHBL'RO AND THE WEST:
?ClU A St , ?10:00 A. M , o3:00 P. M . ??:??
P. M.
Arrive ntchmond from Norfotk. ^11:40 A i
M.. bll:4J A. M . ??:? P. M.. bl0:25 P. M.. .
?11:30 P. M. From the Weit: ?6:55 A. SC.;
a2:00 P. M.. t>2:15 P. M.. ??:03 P. M., ?1:00 P. M 1
?Daily. aDally ?x. Sunday. bSunday only. \
Pullman Pirlor and sleeping Can, Cafe
Dining Can. C H. BOSLET. I
D. P. A.. Richmond. V?.
W. B. BKV1LL. O. P. A.. Roaooke. Va ,
" NORFOLK SOUTHERN
Lv. Norlclk: '6:15 una ?11 A. H . '? P. a .
for Bauern Caro.ui* and trie south.
Lv, Kaleigh: ?6:16 A. M.. 11 ir.d '9:16 1*. ML.,
for Eutern Carolina and Norfolk.
I'? Iman Sleeping Can betwean Norfolk, I
Hau ich: also Goldiboro and Norfolk. .
?Dally ti< ily Ex. Bun
C. D. LEflBASDK. O. A.. American Nation*
Bank. 'Phono Monroe 15*7. Richmond.
W. W. cuoxton. O. P .v.. -.-..rfollt. Va.
BBABOAR1* AIR LINK.
Southbound tralni scheduled to leave Rich?
mond dally: 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norllno.
1:20 P. M.?Sleepers and coachei. Atlenta, '
Birmingham. Savannah. Jacksonville and
Florida points. 9 :60 P. M.? Steepen and '
ooachel. Savannah, Jacksonville and Florida
points. 11:11 P. M.?Sleepers and coachei. At- .
lamu, BlrrnliiRhem, Meniphla and the South- I
weit- Northbound trains ichedulcd to arrlv*
In Richmond dilly: 6:32 A. -M . 7:2} A St..
6:00 ". M.. 5:tCi P. M. ?
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE MAY 14. 1S1L
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. 1
For Florida and South: 8:16 A. M. and
7:26 I'. M. 1:00 A. M Charleston.
For Norfolk: "5.10. 0:00 A 51.. '3:00 P. M..
1:1? P. M., "7:00 P. M.
For N. * W. Ky. West: 6:15 A. M? 10:00
A. M.. '1:00 P. M. and 9:20 P. M.
For Petersburg: 1:00 A. M., 0:15 A M..
???:10 A. St.. S:16 A. M . 9.00 A. 31., 10:M
A. M.. ?3:t0 P. M.. 4:10 F. M., 0:05 P. M.. ,
(??7:00 P. M.. 7:3? P. M . 9:20 P. M . 11:15 P. U.
For Ooldiboro and Fayetlevllle: ?1;10 P. M. ?
I Trains arrive Richmond dally: 4:4} A. St.. '
! 6:40 A. M.. 6:56 A. M.. ?6:37 A. M.. "10:43 I
A M.. ",1:10 A. St.. ??11:15 A. '2:00 P. M.. ,
iU P M.i ?:? P. SI . 6:25 P. M.. 8:00 P. M .
!?:C0 P. M . "10:25 I>. SI . 11:30 P. St.
? Except Sunday. ?? Sunday only.
Time of arrival and departure and con?
nection! not guaranteed.
C. B. CAMPBELL. D. P. A
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Ctrl leave Muncheiter, Seventh and Ferry I
Street!, tor Petersburg:
?. 7. S. ??, 10. U. ?12 A. U.. i, 2. ??. 4. 5. i
"5.45, ??, 7. 5, ??, 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Chester. 12:00 midnight tor'
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot ?f Bycasnora
6tieet. for Manchester:
10:16. 0:?i. ??7:1t, *7:15. 8:35, 9:35, *I0:25. U:U
A. M., 12:15. *1:25. 1:15. 3:35. ?1:3s. 1:15, 4: Si.
?7:35. 8:26. 9:35. *10:40. li:40 P. M.
1 Dally except Sunday and holidays.
?Carries ... --ngs and oxpreaa.
"Limited, except Sundays and holiday*.
All can from Pctenjurg connect ?Ith
can for Richmond.
RICHMOND AND Clf ESA TEAKE BAY
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Bchedu:* of electric tralni to and from
Aihland. Hopping at Intermediate etatluni
upon nlgnnl: I.V. Richmond (Broad and
Laurel Sta.), ??:?. ?7:10. >:10b. 0:10. "10:10.
<l id A. SI ; 1:10. 2:10. 1:10. 4:10b. 6:10. 6:3?. ,
1:10. f :lCo. 10:10. 11:45 P. M. Lv. Aihland. :
?6:65. 7b, I. ?b. 10. "U A. M.. ?12 SI . "|. '
1. 1. 4, 6b. 6. 7, S. 9b, 11 P. M.
?Dally except Sundiy. ??.Sunday only.
bCarrtea baggage.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following ichedule Ogures published
si information and not guaranteed'
?:10 A M.?Dally?Local for Charlotte. Dur?
ham and Raleigh. 10:45 A. M.?Dally?Limit
id?For ail points South. Drawing Room
Buffet Slcjplng Car to Asheville. N. C 1:00
P. M. Ex. Bun.?Local for Durham and In?
tel mediate natlom. 6:00 P. M. Ex. Sun.?
Keyaville Local. 11:15 P. M.?Dally?Limited
?For all points South. Pullman ready at 9:511
P. M.
ffictooMjFre??rtcbli'e & Poigum L &
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND
Letivo Richmond i Arrive Richmond.
?<.:.<> A.M. IljrdSt.bts.
?5.1? A.M. Main HU St*.
-il.:.u A ,M. Bjrd Si. Ma.
?7.30 A.M. Main St. Bta.
?4.411 A.M. lljrd St. Ms.
?1-2.01 noonUyrdSt. St*.
14.00 P.M. Drrd tit. Sta.
54.15 P.M. lllba Station.
? .1.1 S P.M. Kfclo St. Sta.
-tJ.?O P.M. IIl td St. Hto.
?7.60 A.M. IlyrdSt.St i.
I l.SO A.M. Elba Stollen
11.::.. A.M. nyrd Mt-Sia.
?1.12 P.M. MalnSt.Hta
?9.4A P.M. Byr lSt.Sta
?7.28 P.!l. r.jrdSt.Stu
'0.10 P.M. lljTd St.Sta
?'J.40P.M MnluSt.Sta.
?11^'. I'.M. MaloSt.Sta.
'1-J.?uuiirlit llyrdSt.SU.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS- WEEKDAYS.
Leare Ilrrd St. Sta. 1.80 P. M. for Frederlckabnra.
Leare Ellis Sta. 7.60 A.M., 0.30 P. M. for Aibland.
Arrlre Dyrd St. Ht*.8.*R A.M. from Frcderlcknli'u.
Arrire Elba Sta. 11.30 .4 ..<!..5.30 P.M. from Aablana
?Daily. tWeekdays. {Sundays only.
All trains to or from Byrd Street Station
(except trains leaving 4.50 a. m. and arriving
is.so night) atop at Elba. Time of arrivals ana
departure! not guaranteed. Scad the ligcs. I
&(eantAirjatg.
?ldd^mM?n'One
Lv. Richmond foot of Ash SL dally.7:00 P. it. '
Leave .Newport News.6:00 A. M. !
Arrive Norfolk.6:M A. M
Connects with main line iteamen leaving ;
Norfolk for New York daily except Sunday 1
7:01 P. M. Connections also made by N. &
W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. ft O. Ry. at 4 P. M. j
Nltbt Line alcaineri Hop at Claremoat to
lai d or receive paiiengers on signal.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.?James River i
by daylight for Norfolk. Old Point, New- 1
pert News and ail James River landings. :
Sliamer loavei Monday. Wednesday and:
F-.lday at 6:30 A. M. Fralght received tor all
James River landings. 'Phono Madison 176.
Main Ticket Office. Ml ?. .v...'o Street
YORK RTA'ER LIKE.
?:S0 P. M.-Ex Sun.?T. Wost Pt.. connect?
ing for Biltlmore Mon., Wed. and Frl. t:K>
A. SI.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P M.?Mon.. Wid.
end Frl ? Local to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the South: 6:50 A. *f.. <:0G P. M..
daily, S.40 A. M. Ex Bun.: 12:55 Ex. Sun.:
2:00 P. M. dally. From Weit Point: ?:S0 A
51. Dally: 11:35 A. M. Wad. and Frl.; 4:? P.
M. Ex. Sun
8. E B?RO ESS. D. P. A.,
920 K. Main St 'Phone v.,.llsnn 451.
Chesapeake Steamship Co.
Bis new shlpi. "City of Norfolk" and
"City of Baltimore."
Equipped with wireless telegraphy. Tele?
phone service throughout tho ships. Stale
rooms en suite, with baths. Prices from
75o to 13.5*. Excellent meals. 7Sc.
TO baltimore AND THE NORTH VIA
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally, except Bun., via
N. lb W. Ry. 3:fO P. M.. Norfolk "5:13 P M.
c. t?. Ry.. 1:0j P. m. Daily. Old Point
7:13 P. M.
O. D. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. Dally tone day in
Norfolk >.
Va. Nov. Co. 6:20 A. M. (Monday. \V->.liics
day and Friday).
Tickets ai all offices. For stateroom!
apply to S. E. BURGESS, D. P.. Agent, MO
East Main Street. Richmond.
$10 Up Round Trip
Go
To
Tours Inc. lintels. Shore Excursions, Lowest j
Raier. Twin Screw S. S. "flermudlnn." 5*M)
tuns, sails j
July II. 19, 29, A113. 0. 19. 30
Bilge keels; electric fans; wireless teleitra
phy. Fastest, newest and only Steamer Land
Ins passenaors at the dock In Bermuda.
MIDSUMMER TKIPH
To
via Halifax)N. C, most (leiifftvtiul cruise of
1.514 miles. Magnificent scenory: Nortnu...
be.iland Strait. Uulf nnu Blvor SI. Lawrenco
and fiir-fnined Saguenny River, S. S. "Trini?
dad" from New York July t>th 'and 22nd. All- 1
eust .ith and 191b, and Sept. 2nd, 10 A. M. ;
Returning from Quebec July 14th and 2Sth. 1
August 11th and -.Mb and Sept. Sth.
For Illustrated painphlots with full Infor?
mation, apply to A. K. OCTKItltitlDGE ft
CO., Agents. Quebec S. S. Co., Ltd.. 29 Broad.
I way. New York; SAMUEL H. BOWMAN. 10?
East Main Street; or any ticket agent, or
ijllEHEC S. S. CO.. Ltd.. Queboc.
{The Caiafedarate Mussum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETR
1 OPEN ? A. M. TO S P. M.
[sslon, HSC. JfltER ON BATU?DAYa
Baltimore Steam Packet Co.
Equipped with wireless telegraphy.
to DALTIMORR AND TUR NORTH VIA
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
L?svc Richmond Dally. Including Sundny. via
N. & W. Ry. 3:00 P. it., Norfolk ?:2Q P. M.
C. & o. Rjr. ?:(<) P. if.. Old Point 7:30 P M.
o. D. S S Co. 7:00 P. M. (one day In Nor.
folk).
Va. Nav. Co. ?:Z0 A. M. (Monday, Wednes?
day and Friday).
Tickets at al< offices. For staterooms ap?
ply to H. M BOYKIN, Agent. SCO East M:?ln
Street.
feummtr Resorts:
BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS
Ilotctourt fnun(>. Va.
Booklet mailed on application to
PHIL F. BROWN.
l m.i.nv, st i.i'ii't r si'itiNCiV,
Montgomery County, Vn.
Tho waters curr- dyspepsia, malaria,
kidney and bladder disorders and fe?
male Irregularities. Dancing and bowl?
ing a specialty. For further Informa?
tion, address
J. H. holt. Manager.
FOR REST ?ND RECREATION.
Virginia's leading all-the-year Moun?
tain Resort. Fine hotel. Write fci limit
let and r.tcs. Address W. G. HAMIL?
TON, Manager.
CA PE VIEW COTTAOB,
Btickrne Bench. Yn.
Fifteen minutes' trolley ride to
Chamberlln Hotel. Old Point. Va. Fish?
ing;, row inn, calling, dancing every
evening, finest hathlng beach on Chesa?
peake Bay. Sea foods a specialty.
Large, airy rooms. Spacious verandas.
Excellent table hoard. Special rat?s
to parties. For further Information,
address Cnptnln J. E. Foster,
Capo View Cottage. Buckroe Beach. Va.
BEAlTIFl 1, BERKSHIRE HILLS.
THE COLLINS INN
oreat harrington, MASS.
Open all the year.
ti:-K0 weekly.
_ GEOROE a. keei.er.
MUSIC AND DANCING
at the White Sulphur Springs
The Balls and Germans at "The Old
White" have been famous for genera?
tions. An orchestra of artists, not only
furnishes the best tuusic for the dances,
but the concerts ore an inspiration to
the music-lover.
Hall a million dollars have just been spent
Installing modern Improvements In this famous
old resort.
On the main line of the C. &0. Ry.
Always cool?2,000 ft. elevation.
Opens June 15th. Closes October 15th.
Booklets at City Ticket Offices. C. & O.
Ry., No. 101 E. Main Streut; Richmond
Ti'ansfcr Co., K9 E. Main Streoa. or address
GEO. F. Adams. Mgr.. Whlto Sulphur
Springs vv .Va,
If you prefer the Seashore, the (hatnberllt
Old Point Comfort, Va., Is also under tho mot
.:. meut ot Mr. Adams.
The Blue Mountain House
IN THE HEAivT OF THE BLOB RIDGE.
Superbly located at elevctlon of two thous?
and feet with unobstructed rlew of world
famed Cumberland and shenondonh Valleys.
Modern In every detail; room* with or with?
out private baths, electric llgiits, telephones,
hot and cold water throughout the house.
Exhilarating atmosphere, heautltul scenery,
delightful drives, excellent Riding Academy
connected with hotel.
For rates, booklets, etc.. address BOND i
GIBBONS. Hlue Mountain, Md. _
CROCKETT AHSExic-LITHlA
SPRINGS AND BATHS.
Opens June 1st. Elevation. 2,150 fee?.
Cures Nervous Prostration. Dyspepsia.
Rheumatic and 3kIn Troubles, Malaria,
Kidney and Bladder Disorders and Fo
male Irregularities. Clears and benu
tlfles the complexion. Write for book?
let. M. C. THOMA3.
Crockett Springs. Va.
Atlantic Citp ?c?ort?^ ^
HOTEL RALEIGH
St. Charles place and the Beach, where the
accommodations and location are unexcelled
capacity loo. Large rooms, ocean view, ele?
vator, private baths; running water In
rooms, etc. Superiority In cuisine. Mod?
erate rsle*. Booklet. II. J. DYNES.
HOTEL DENNIS.
Willi II* new fireproof addition now
offers 850 guest rooms, each with private
bath or running water. Combining every
modern appointment and comfort, and Is
one of the beachfront hotels still maintain?
ing nn unobstructed ocean view. Always
open. WALTER J. Bl'SSBY.
Hotel Iroquol*. So. ';arolll?
Beach. OapselttVo. On*
ern and up-to-date, IOC
rooms Private baths, runnl"
rooms. Elevator. Music.
White service. Early season t
weekly; 12.50 up dally; booklet
H?TEdtTstl
Atlantic City. N.
Entirely new. Completed
block ocean front Klrepr
city. 600. American Plan.
Always open. Sc?' w n trp,-or
public and private. Privat?! X
patrons.
KRANK B. OFF. H. C. ?
por
The St. Chaif 5
ATLANTIC CITT. V. I \e?
Most Select Location FroatlssJ <v
With an established reputattoA'.ive
excluslveness and high-class j\_jr
Thoroughly modern and e ^?
equipped. Courteous service. 1
with hut and cold, fresh ana i
attachments, showers, eta C
Extensive porches overlook!..
Boardwalk and Ocean. Alwaj"
Oolf Privileges. Illustrated t>?gg
NEWL1N HAINES COMP,..
Purine and Arkansas Avenue?. 641
ground* adjolu bench and boardwalk,
medium priced hotel where truest* -
go from house to surf In bathing
without using streets, which Is pronl.
t -'? of bath houses with attendant to
for suits la free. Running water In re
Kresh nnd sen water baths, public
private. Special rntrs S1.E0 to C4.00 >f
??.00 to #?t.?0 weekly Including- ch
table supplied from own farm. TT
Service. Orchestra. Tennis courts
croquet grounds between hotel and bsi
Booklet mailed upon request.
PAUL 0. ROSBCS?
1 or ATLANTIC CITV, N. J. All. Kami, AMultMT
2;
STincTt; Qeachis, B*TMina. Etc. A H*nt>ioMHT
luiTfUTiD 80 pack ' 'OFFlClALMOuioc with a*uv c-ll
?rcTCiTY map Sint FREE ? * UroitvATtox Oum.u 7 N.S 'L
- '"Of
HOTEL SHOREHAM"''
Ocean end Virginia tri. A modern a'
with every convenience; elevator, prlvPj
baths, etc. Open lawne sllow plenty of Hti '**
and air. Ideally located. Service and ttcP"'
the best. Rates 112.M up weekly. BooklM'
W. B. COTTEN.^*
RISLEY'S HOTEL
European, ir.15 Boardwalk, near New To*
avenue. Atlantic City, N. J. a
Rooms with uti :.! hath, ?i day up. 11
Rooms with private baths. 11 day up. ?
Fireproof. Open all yeer.
Grand Atlantic Hotel
VIRGINIA AVE., NEAR 1IFAOH 4
land Steel Pier. Open surroundings. C*4?ae>"
Ity 500. Hot nnd rolrl sea water baths. Large1
rooms, southern exposure. Elevator to strcetf
level; nne porches, etc. Special. SU.cO ups
weekly; $2 50 up dslly. Booklet. Coachalte
meet trains. COOPER & LEEDS, j
t
i
FOPP Gnide of ATLANTIC CITY
I si LL Handsomely Illustrated Of Octal Hotel
Street sod Amusement Quids Boot,
with maps, tide sad R. B. timetables, etc. Kdl
II on limited. Write toils.. Inclono stamp. PUB.
LlC .SERVICE ASSOtMATlQN.Atlantic City.N.J..
- COOTTNHiTAL-^-j
Tennessee nve., near Beach; always
open. Private baths, elevator; excel* ,
lint table; white service; 12 to 18 '
dally; Si to 117.60 wkly. Sat. to Men., a
13. Booklets.
MAROARET WALSH DUNCAN.
Along the Ocean and Boardwalk, ?
HOTEL RUDOLF, >' "' ?
Atlantic City. N. J.
Capacity I.evO, Open always. . Offsrlnt
every appointment, comfort and luxury, b'?4j
water In all baths; no extra charge for use
of bath. All rooms overlook the sea. Or-!
rhenlra of soloists, frequent social event.
Famous grill nnd cafe. Illustrated booklstrt
mailed. J
_JOEL HITXMAN. Pre a._j
A. S RUKBYSER. Mgr. ?
ISLESWORTHj
AND ANNEX j
WITH CAPACITY OF 800. !
On the ocean front, extending from VirgltUM
j to Maryland Ave. Most central location^]
Fresh and sea water In all.-baths; largeci
airy rooms, newly furnlsh'.d, with running
wuter. Elevator, etc. Full orchestra. AtnerT
lean or European plan. Special weekly rates.!
Always open. Autu meets trains. Booklet,!
FRANK M. PHOEBUS, Mgr.
WM. HYMAN. Propr.
?DFFI?I?B ED1DEH
Most complete guide of Atl. City pub?
lished, with beautiful colored map an*
tlme-tnbles. also list of reliable hotels. wltK
rates. Mailed free. RESORT FREE INI;
FORMATION BUREAU. Box 10M. Atl. Cltyfj
N. J.
HOTEL SOTHERNji
VIRGINIA AVB. AND BEACH. V" '
200 feet from Boardwalk. 8th seil
.Moderate rates. Homelike and moderl
every particular. Q. L. CA'j
Belatoarc W&atev <Sap &e?,orf?Belatoare ?Ka^r^a|i^c?o),
ISS KlT^?Tt
f.cadtnj Hotel; coolest location: no malaria or ino?|ultoi>?. Capacity 600. Every
convenience rvotinr;. Itihtos. bathing, ?olf, orchestra. ilanclnK. social diversion*,
?addle horses. T?bl? supplied front own farm. Amcrlcnn Plan and A UK
CARTE Wrlto for booklet of v iews and special terms. CAFE AND GRILL.
O. FRANK COPE.
Sa?? mm i
By buying your
dixy
at Receiver's Sale of Entire Stock of
All New Goods, up-to-date and at PRICES that will mal
your p?cketbook feel glad. SALE TO-DAY. Come EARL]
1009 EAST MAIN STREET
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