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Greater Rlcbiuoud's Grentcat Newspaper
URBATB8T WANT AM? HEAL E8
j T?TE MEDIUM IN V1KGIMA, AND
ONE OK TUB UE9T IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
In Effect Juno 11. Uli.
Dally, ?ne con tier word wliou pnld
In advance. Nu Atl. Inkcn fur lean ttiuu ,
leu cent*.
Due uml uur-hulf ccutM a wurd nil
rluHKlllcntlouM except Sltuutluu Wanted
(or Sunday, situation Wanted . ceut
n word. Nu Ail. Minduy tukca for lean
lima nfteru cent*.
Nu A .In. tuUvu lor lean ttauu l?enly
Mva eenla wueu pUuued lu ur charted
at ihr counter.
1'iiuiit- urdersi uut KUuritnleed
CliitiMllluutlou uut KUaruuU'Cd niter
(DUO 1*. M.
f or bualucRM coutruet? hcuiI fur the
V.i Ail. Muui uliuui* Mour??? 1.
L"r- ! * .Ifl.V ... BEYwBEN SEVENTH
and Uracu and ? um und Uroud, sli?
ver purse. f'lnaer win . li to
I'uW EKn-TA i i-uic Dkl'G Co., 1304
Bust Main rilrcei. and rccelvu re
Wu i u.
BOY?MORE MONEY IN ON E DAY
MAY lit, EARNED \\ 1 1 H MB THAN
dc kin u a.\' ENTIRE WEEK I si
outfit WAYS. APFLICANT? MUST
BE UKKJill, NEATLX UKBSBED,
CLEAN hands ANi_? FACE. 1 WAiS'J
'lilt- MA.I.Jh.Vi HUI' IN Irl;-: CITY.
COMB BARI, Y PREPARED tw;
WORK. B. R DUDLEY, jk. luu id.
ca UV STREET, RICHMOND, \ .v.
IVANTED, BUY, WITH SOME BXPE
rience at eudu fountain. Address o
'JH.. cur?; 'i iiiieh-Uiapaich._
Xu'l'tj dCtiOOL.?Oi-i-iE^i , ,.A nute i
ana best-equipped tuJ uuiy real
piawtlcui aulu ddiuul ui ....? tcctiuu
upen any ai.u iiigiu the year utiiuu-j
Call and mu (or yout self, our nut
lsiied pupils are our reference*.
RICHMOND AUTOMOBILE iCnuuL
kit. W. Uluuu bit eel.
be a dbtbctWe^e?Iin' $100 and i
over per month and not Intsi'Isrlng I
with your projent occupation . t ttrst,
MUTUAL jjLT. abs'n., llo B. Ontt
Hundred und Twenty-?fth Street, I
New York City._'
wanted, young men of good;
ohar?eter tu learn tn? uuto.nubim
business. Wo must have betwsen '
nfty ui,d seventy-live men lur oui
(aotory ciii.ii.-lHuns within Hie next
three month:), and we win allow men
whu can. iurtilbh reterenee to pay a
part ui the cost ui learning uut or
their uisi month's b.dury. j*r C. W. I
Yeumans, us iVeal uroud, Richmond,
\'a? no lunger connected With tin*
Institution. For mi Information uu
dress oommunlcations direcuto Wash?
ing Dept., IHOS r um teea th Street, n
\V . Washington. d. _ C._
WANTED, job PRESSMAN AT 103
Governor Street, third Hoot*,
Wanted; city solicitors- big ?
moiiey for hustlers. The propusitluri !
is easy: no experience needed; some
sic InaKlng (1U a day. Apply Room
(10, American National Bank Build-1
ir.K- __
.WANTED. men To LEA UN BAKREU
trade; only few weeks required;
wages after Hirst month. Steady pu-.
sltlon Kusisntecil. Write fur cata?
logue: MGLEK'S BARBER col?
lege. 2dT Bowery, New Yuik City.
WANTED, boy. ',T? ATTEND SODA
fountain from 7 to 1(> P. M. dully.
Apply. .1No. F. BAUeu,_i-li W. Mail..
V?UNO MEN TO BECOME CllAL'P
feurS; mi-chine khop practice; suir.
mer prices. NATIONAL AC TO
SCHOOLS CORPORATION, 221-*;;;! W.
Bi bad Street._
YOU are WANTED > for GOVERN
mem position; |?v month. Write for
list of positions open. FRANKLINI
INSTITUTE, Dupt. j7u G. Rochester.
n. Y._
(J7ou GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OPVSN.
Write fur ll>.t FRANKLIN INSTI?
TUTE. Debt 371 G. Rocnester. n Y
^?ituattou? HSKantcb. irlnlc.
?, '.? .ISTElir.I i ll!Al:M.\i-IST ' WANTS
position: can furnish the best of ref-|
orohoe. Addr<ns X. Y. v... 161 luike;
Street. Norfolk. _Va._
WANTED. A POSITION OF SOME!
kind, a g6od woiker. Madison 1S0?-L.'
pcT:N?iri)? cTTvTJkv fx r \v i sh < :s" "?
position: ?ober and reliable; (alary
no fjui.-stlon; white. Aeldress OEO.
MONf'OS. Dtspiitarita. Va._,
WANTED. POSITION BY MAN AND
wife as manager or boarding bouse;
for public works of some kind,
where larpe number Of men ere em?
ployed, i.'an furnish good refer?
ences. f 3"S. care Tlmes-Dlspatch:
WANTED. POSITION AS SALESMAN
or collector, had experience In both;
enn furnish best of references. D
?;7i. enri Tlmes-Dlspatch, _1
WANTED, BY YOUNG MAN, TWENTY
one years of age, with a college
education and knowledge of book?
keeping, an honorable, clerical i'.O?i- j
tlon: one not afraid of work. At ref-1
erences furnished. b 116, eare Tlmes
Dlspalch._ j
ReTa3y~"t? DO ALL BRICK WORK:
small or birire jobs F. J. ZAJAC.
Hi:, E M'.in Street, city.
WANTED. POSITION "as CLERK TS
country store: huve had some ex?
perience;x also reference fnrnishe I.
Address XX. rare Postmaster, Fal
roouth, Stafford Co., Va.
POSITION W ANTBD B Y BX PERI BNi f
ed salesman; ten years' experience;
can furnish her; of reference: pres?
ent employed, hut wlr.h to make n
nhnr.ge. AdelroSR 1) 25S, care Tlmes
r.'isputch _
w^\NTED. A ~tt6bh COOK; MUST!
come well recommcn'le.l Apply 'ill
Grove Avenue.
V/ANTED, n? R9B. APPLY 1831 PARK
Avenue. _
wa nted. ex per Ienced YOUNO
ladv stenoyjrnpher. Apply In own
handwriting. P. O Ro>: Rloh
inond. Va, . _
wan"! l-fi?'." AN EXPEPIKNCEn CVm iK ;
none need apply without references
Apply S0!> Wejt Grace.
wanted, ladies w Illing" ^?Fo
travel; dcmonstritlnke line. Address
A 68, care '.Tlmes-plspatch. _
wanted. WOMAN to COOK and DO
general housewor!.; room on lot : ref?
erences required. l Westwood Ave
Glnter Pnrk. _
WANTED, COOK; GO?D "wMflSS.
sb.e>rl hours: come nt 7, leave :'t .1.
Apply at once^ -!-'_8 Elm Street.
w"\Vi^C^by"""^v lady Iffip y en g
(with penl to do. Address MISS A..
oars postmaster, s. Richmond, \'n.
' ?rofc?Vial tniii Wimttti.
T~E aChTcRS, GRAmCnT i-T!gH' SCl'lOOL
ond colleget;. many splendid open?
ings; demand greater thun supply;
three agencies, one enrolment; gun'r
nntced servleo; twentieth voar.
SHERIDAN'S AGENCTE3, Greenwood,
s. c._
Automobiles for ?s>ak
AlfT^MblCrLES^Bb^
changed; free repairs for one yerif
from $100 to ?1.000. AUTOMOBILE
EXCHANGE, 221-223 W. Broad St.
WAi$$ts&'. solicitor iroR oIsnekajC
line household goods, novelties, etc.
Apply SOUTHERN N?VELTY CO., I?
_N. Eighth Streei. City._
SALESMAN WANTED; OUTSIDE MAN.
Ono familiar with the tailoring b.iei
netss preferred. Address B 125, fire
T t iu'>i' - l.-l?patch.
Cuai anD (?iaoo?.
long'Sspuing wood makes ' A
tiulck tire and good heat, buuause h*
lias kept 11 Btoied away. It is per?
fectly dry and exactly what you need
at thin scasotl. when it is usually
hard to ?et dry wood ut any prlco
Phone .Madison 1069_
KINDLING wood. EXCELLENT
light cooking, Sl.&u half-cord, Phone
Madison 177. SAMUEL- 11. COTTKELL
?v. .SUNK._
ftummer i?oarD?ig.
?CfzaST:th cutTage.' micitiioe
Beach. Va.?Hoarders wanted, good
bathing; good table; terms .-oason
ablc. Special rates for parties. Ad?
dress .MKS. C. Hl MONSUN. Huolcru^
Beach, \*a. _
THE- "SAINT LOUIS C< ITT AGE. OPPO- '
Bile Virginia Boy .Station. Ocean'
view. Va.! splendid rate? to families
or parties. Mc.iIk und boarding. U.
_d.__B 1 tADLEY. Proprietor,
DIG US COTTA'IK. I ltONTINC rTlKSA
noake Bay; modern in every respect:
boarding, lodging. MRS, ;i A. j
_ I ' 1 G' I.-. ? Icftjli View. Nil
THE .SAINT LOUIS COTTAGE, OCEAN
view, opposite Virginia iiay station:
bathing, boating and fishing: lie me 1
comforts; special raten to families or
parties: meals and boarding E. .1.1
Hit A uley. Proprietor.
WANTED, SUMM Ell BOARDERS at !
"Oakland." Louisa; healthful locu- j
Hon. excellent water, tine grove;;
dully mall, telephone; good accom?
modations. Address MR5. I. N.
_MAY. Trcvlllun a. Va. R. I". D. No. L
VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS;. A RESTFUL
place for quiet people. Airy house*. I
?hade, milk. Ice; city referoncoB. M.
6 BOY DEN, Cismont, Albemarle i
county, Va. _ _
Bl.'CKitOE BEACi"l7~VA.?SAYRE cot~ !
tnge or. the beach front, all modern
conveniences. Send for circular.
References exchungtd. chas. R.
8AYHE. Buckrne Reach. Vn
WANTED. LIMITED NUMBER OF
adult hoarders at Kleinberg Female
Rchool until September 10; loi-atloii i
In the country, near the mountains;
excellent water; references exchang?
ed, Address MlHS CONSTANCE
WAILES, Schuylcr, Nelson Co.. Va. I
WANTED. BOARDERS AT BEAUTI-1
fully located place in the mountains,
mile from Alton; cool rooms, dally'
mall and phone. Terms reasonable.
Address Bei, 21, Aft on. Va.
MilS" M. I'. EDMUNDS WISH ES "l.ADV .
boarders for ihe summer. Address ?
I l.i mi? l'.:, - Sidney. Vn._
RUTH COTTAGE, OCEAN VIEW. va.
the most popular resort on the bench;
n'-arest cottage to the dance hull, oh
the wuterf rr.ht; large rooms: ocean:
breezes; hohts for hire; new bath
house, with all improvement-; meals
at all hours; special dinner 50c mrs
e. is_MA 1118. proprietor._
LOW ii'sj COTTAGE. \V A ter FRONT.
Virginia Bay StHtlor.. Ocean View
Reasonable rates, ?ood service: *pe
clnl meals', 5'Jc; bathing stilts fr-?-.
Mi:s w. T. low::. Proprietor.
ftiusittrrf?; '.V'UHm:-i'?.?ifv
N^i^L^c^HiT"iiAVi-: K'')"A'.itifs'i:;?Tb'd
fruit land near Jacksonville. Kin.;
tnuft boII. win take J75 per 10-acre
lot, cnth: worth $300. Warranty
deed and abstract. K II PARKER,
_j'.::. Franklin. Co-v. liind, O._
WANT PARTY WITH 14.000 TO REP
resent three-quarter Interest In ?
proposition with quick result* und
second to the only enterprise of its
kind in th<- Cnlted States; Will ex?
plain. Call Lexington llot?l. Room
I .3.
< MERCHANTS' OPPORTUNITY. ? w?
handle _.l commercial paper ex
eluslvely of $600 and over for out of
town parties, without knowledge of
yi ur local banks BROKERS Or"
COMMERCIAL PAPER, P. O. Box
UM V. a-hltiKtn!^ 1 ' C_
-dooms tor ixrnt.
j SICILY FURNISifED R?bMsT^cooiZ
cloan; transient. 60c; permanent,
special rates. THE WELLINGTON,
i I'll East Clay._
BEAl'TIFI.'l. FRONT ROOM FOR KENT
July If.; also single room, with hoard.
1 410 West Cince.
'. I.AST CLA V. ?NIC ELY " FITRN 1S7i
el front 100:11, central, bath, phone.
IMttntttte
bold goods in any qua.itlty t'honi
- M.idis,.p 3851.
EEC ?TTd^Ti A n D MACH!nERY 67
of every description bought at full
value CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 E
Cary st Rhone [ladleOn 3620.
1 WANTED; SECOND-HAND STEEL
I water tower, not less than thirty
I feet high, and cany tank of not lest*
than 1.500 gallons. Address J *)77,
r Q re Times-Dispatch.
' WANTED, TO BUY STOCK dry
goods und notions in good, thriving
town: must be cheap and desirable.
Will assume len^o. Address, imme
dlately. .1 '/. SMITH. General d*llv
_rry. Norfolk. Va._
WANTED. To'hVy RETAIL LIQUOR
business We mean business and all
letters strictly confidential. .1 859.
cn 1 e Tdjnes-l tjspatoh._
WBoatti "d^lfitucD.
WANTBl ?. by A KEFlNrfrT YOUNG
lady, room and board In private fam?
ily; must he rOilnod lorotlon. Atl
lire.--, 1: car.- Ti:ne--1 )lspp.ten.
FURNISHED BOOM AND BOARD;
married couple, central or near enr
j line: l>-::.t reference-; summer or per*
K I'l"'. care T! nv ? 1 lisp;, ich.
ittoUitst
j flAVJ.Nil \!I\\UFTe^VS^EXECUT^
of the estate of Mrs. Edmonla A.
Smith. deceaset. notice Is hereby
given M all parties having claims
agalrsi the s:ime to present them to
mo, fully verified, at 332 Law Build?
ing. Norfolk. Vs.. on or before the
15th of July, and all parties owing
the estate make payment to me.
A. J. SMITH,
_ _ Executor.
WANTED. THE PUBLIC to KNOW
that JAHNKE BROS, Jewelers, is 13
Must Main Street, buy. sell, exchange
ana REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and 811 -
v. r always mken in excliorsso.
SPRINGTIME Ifl HERE. GET YOUR
last year's olothesi out nnd phono
Madison 11-1, and our automobile
will call, get and return your gar?
ments in Al condition. SPITZEK,
MY CLEANER AND DYER. 102 N.
Eighth Street._ _
BARBERS, ATTENTION! THE ONLY
one doe Bickerstoff will call for.
sharpen und deliver your shears,
i m i Saal Main. Phone. Madison .3898.
if vor:; HEAD FITS THE HAT YOU
can buv a straw hut of S3 or $5 vul
ue for ?1 it Mi.'scof, H OA 11N E i'T'S.
1 "Bca! ??tntc for -Rent"
ftfiC KENT. i'bssE^SION AT '>MCC*E,
307 South Third -Street; desirable de?
tached, elcht-rooni dwelling; good
back yard find porches. Apply at
above address or phone Mmlison ,V<!i!i.
1 '? ' U K EN T. FURN'isHED HOUSE_IN
Glnter Park for one month; vegeta?
ble garden and all conveniences. Ad?
dress K 9lfi. core Tlines-Dispatuli.
RENT REDUCED~TO ?40; NEW GIN
tor Tnrk brick rcsldonco: 8 rooms:
steam,heat: garage or Rtnble; elec?
tric lights, lftrge lot Phon? M'.dl
son lOSO-L._
NEW HOUSES ON 2200 BLOCK. I'ARK
Avenue; nlno rooms, hot water n->at
nnd modern In every way. Apply
2242-A Park Avenue, or phone Madl
son 7760-J or 360?.
DAILY PUZZLES1
V.'lidt vehicle?
ANSWER TO VESTR'tDA T'S Pr7.Zl.E
Dolphin.
ht't:u ct V r A L M at e K i ?'l ?f~Y: v ery ,
i>-iBcrii>tlon cut to order clarence ;
COSBY, 1023 Bast Cnry Street. Rich
mond. Vb._
wanted, to sell ONE baric mill. I
with pulleys and shafting, complete:
(tWO fietB corn burrs, with pulleys and ,
r.lvtltlng. complete: one bollur and'
engine, t <-G horsepower onch. for
particulars apply to farmers' co?
operative guano co., Bluck
stone. Va._
cmeapt-all kinds OF second-j
baud mechanical tools Apply JEF?
ferson loan office. 1705 Eust ,
Main .'jtreot._I
i I
I ? I
so.IA beans for sale CHEAT. we
tjuotii delivered prices. d. ether-\
11 >ge & co . Not folk. Va.
lumber. LATIlf, shingles," SASTl j
blinds, doors. woodward & &on.
Ninth and Arch. H^hmond^ Va-_
stave"'saws, hunters. srx<-i:::
and double nur facers, three ?nd four-,
sided planers, shingle mills, lath
mills. lathCS, belling. hangers, p;.l
loys,' shifting, beiler? and engiaes,
various atvlc- and sizes: condition
guaranteed i. bluford Si CO..
l.r.3.S-42 E Cary Street. '
SEE US FOR THAT WAGON THAT
you need In your business. *"u car?
ry them In slock, ind can supply
jour wants at once. A. MEYER'S
SONS. 731 E. Csiry Stroet
V. E HAVE A CAR OF "'KEYSTONE'"
spring wagons e- our floors: llttht
and heavy delivery wagons, laundry
wagons, builders' wagons. ,. grocery
Wagons, and we can suit mo.i any
one looking for a spring wagon. Seu
i - what we ure off* ring.
ONE SAM IMF. DEMI' WAGON. WII.I
sell very cheap to cut It out.
' DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE OF I
tiuslr.' ss buggies. runabouts nnd I
; surreys If you arc In the market We j
have the price, as well as the goods.
BRISTOw-WORBHAM CO. 1435 B.
j Main._
I FOR SALE. SIX-FOOT FLOOR SIIOW
< use. 2S13 E. Broad Street.
WILL SELL MY VICTOR TALKtNO
machine at n saortAce; cost Will
sell for 130. with fiO records, all In
good order. Address E 293, care
, Tlmes-DUpnrch_
FOR SALE. MrCAPK 3 Y A CCOl TN T
roglster computing scale and com?
puting oil tank, bargain. nox 297. i
' ':'-??._
iRcal C?tate 6?L.nt?0.
W A Nt E! i'" T6 'B FV" BET WEE n' RICH ?
inond College, Foushee, Broad and
Math Streets a residence at not over
A Ii'', care Tu ? - -1 'isji.Ueii.
tfiatS tor x\:\a.
&CSfT~2fl2 PARK AVENUET SIX J
rooms; modern fixtures, open loci-!
j Hon. Apply at Hat above._
'GAM BEE'S HIRE FIRST FLOOR. 3
rooms und bath. 1240; second lloor,
! five rooms and bath, $36i>; third lloor.
four rooms und bath. J24?; pos?es
1 slon September 1 or sooner. Apply
? South Fourth Street.
liiiiitfrp.
LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT ]
of newest styles In millinery, suits,
dresses, all kinds of ready-raade gar.
rnents for ladles, missies and chil?
dren; alterations free. Small ex?
penses means a saving for you Also
o line ot pattern hats for the trade.
MRS JULIUS BEAR. 1423 E. Main
St reel _
J?oarbmg.
BOARDERS FOR DESIKABLE" ROOMS:
I also table boarders. 20s East Grace.
! HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT
j room, second lloor; bath, pnonc. com
i binution lights, with board Apply
3 East Franklin Street._I
WHEN YOU COM E TO RICHMOND i
stop where you can get a nice. cl?an,
comfortable bed for 7i0 cents, ice wa?
ter, bath B"d Phone free. 1002 East |
Clay._
'DELIGHTFUL ROOMS AND EXCEL
lent table board. H10 East Gr.iee St.
_?tal (Estate tor eS>ale._
ONE OF*THE FINEST LTTTLE FARMS I
In Virginia, situated near Warren- |
ton; Improvements strictly modern
and nearly new; dwelling, which com?
mands a splendid view, is lighted
gas and has hardwood floors and I
three bath rooms. There are three j
tenant houses, a stable, B barn and I
a corn house. Tost apnroximutely i
$35.000. Will sell for $32.600. Ad- j
dress D261, enre Tlmes-Dlspnte.h.
FOR SALE OR LEASE, TWO BEAUTI
ful homes on the Petersburg Tum- J
Pike; one of SD acres or less, with I
lit tv seven-room house, large stable,
etc., just completed. This property
Is situated immediately on the P( -
lersburg Turnpike, within i few I
minutes' walk from Stop 2<L The I
other is it handsome residence of
j nine rooms, furnished if desired; four
acres surrounded with privet hedge. I
within two squares of Stop 21. These I
are among the nicest homes between '
Richmond nnd Petersburg. Terms
can be arranged accommodating and
possession at once. For further par?
ticulars see M. C. MANN, fill Hull
Street. Phone Mndlson 296S.
Fo I:" SALE. Yn" WOODLAND ii E IG HT s.
two beautiful lots, centrally located,
about 150x148 feet; land in Splendid
condition; nice lawn in front; privet
hedge; granolithic sidewalk; water,
sewerage nnd electricity; one block
from our line. Call Monroe 2S29 bo
fore G P. M._
FOR SALE. BEAUTIFUL WATER
front home; all modern conveniences, i
overlooking Fortress Monroe. Hamp?
ton Roads; boating, bathing, fishing'
lnrge lawn, shade treaty two minutes'
wnlk to car. For further information
nddress 8. H. W.. care Postmaster,
Ruck roe. Va.
^^ifltscejlflneous.^
CLEANING "AND m^ING^ILdC8*~~~
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN
lng and dyotng silks, satins, lacos.
furs, poriges, foulards, household
draporlos, blank, ts, etc. Nothing too
dlfflcult. SPITZER. MY CLEANER
102 North Eighth Street. Phono Mad?
ison 4121
PANAMA HATTERS.
PANAMA AND STRAW II ATS CLEAN
ed. bleached, block, retrtmmed
AMERICAN HAT CO.. Hatters. Fifth
nnd Marshall
BAKERY.
RAISIN CAKE. POUND*CAKE, LAYER
cakes, family plcs f >r vour picnic
DRINKARD'S. 423 1 2 N. Sixth.
VOTE ON QUESTION
OF HIGHER WAGES
(Special to The Times- Dispatch.]
Ruunoke. Va., July 6.?While none Of]
the officers of the Norfolk and West-!
em Railway knew anything of the vot-j
ing among Its employes to strike for
higher wages, u prominent itibor leader I
hero announced to-day thut tlie vote]
was being token over the entire sys- ?
tern, and that the Sentiment was over-]
Whelmlngly in favor of the strike. Re-'
cently the labor leaders and officials
held conference!, here, and the terms
Offered by the company were submitted
to the men.
The term? provide for an Increase In
wages, when the gross earnings of the
road reacli a certain amount. The;
earning- for June fell many thous?
ands short of the amount, and it is
believed that the monthly statements
Just Issued wan the signal for the vote
beln,; taken by the men. Evory mun
employed oil the system, outside of of?
fice men. conductors, engineers and
telegraphers, arc in tin federation.
Date for Local option Election.
East Radford. Va., July 5.?Judge!
Cassel! bap sot August 17 for the local
option election recently ordered inj
Radford.
Coghlll to Oppose r:rnvnlt.
(Special to The Tlmes-DlspatchJ
Frederlcksburg, Va.. July 6.?T. D,
Coghlll, of Caroline, has entered thei
rar. r.-i th- St.?<- Senate nstainst Dr.
C. L*. Oravatt Incumbent. The district!
Is composed of Caroline. Hanover and'
King William counties.
$j?t?>Olial?.
RYn^cTCo v eis c 1.1 ?: A n e dT all
lengths. 10c. Our uuto will cnll for
and deliver anywhere anything. !
SPITZER, My Cleaner and Dyer, 102'
North Eighth Street. Phone Madison '
4121.
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUGH ES S. 209 North Third
iflisreUnncous.
TlOlTS-CLEANlNG.
-MATTING LAYING, WAXING AND
staining Iloora. windows Washed.
Cleaning new houses a specialty. Sat?
isfaction guaranteed WILLIAM
_JOHNS, in. Mqii: ???? ?-.i.").
AWNINGS! AWMNGS. aWNiNGs'l
FOOL THE BUN BY PLACING YOUR
order tor awnings with us now. Wo
are in a position to meet oil de?
mands promptly, n. e. COPELA.nd
. &. CO. 10S N Ninth Strei t. Phono
Mad I son 2576_
UPHOLST E?ING AND MATTRESSES.
PARLOR. SUITS, COUCHES AND ODD
pieces reupholstorc d Muttrcnse.
renovated neatly. Sanitary methods:
Reliable work. SYDNOR .fc HUND?
LEY. 711 East Broad. .Madison 1204.
shoe EH iva HUNG
.5c IIALFSOLE M EN'S SHOES. 00c
ladUe.; every p,.ir sewed; beat leath- j
er: no nails, no pegs Royal rub
ber heels. _5c: TrCQ-Alr rubber heels..
40c; leather heels rebuilt like new. <
20c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY, 71? East Main. Phono
Monroe S667.
M actresses I M A TT R F. S S E S!
WE SEND FOR YOUR MATTRESS IN
tho morning, make H over like now.
and return it to vou the same Jay.
New hair mattresses a specialty. JA
_CjD I V.!, il ' Ph.Mn.-s. . ;:?.$?.
LAWN MOWERS.
THE BEST IS N.'T TOO GOOD. THIS
Is why there are about 500 satisfied
utc-rs of tho genuine Pennsylvania
mowers In Richmond. We also currv
the cheap stuff as low as $2.50. If
you con't ilnd it. go to McGRAW'B,
144 0-4 12 E Main Street._
" WATCH itlTfA1 KINtr.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED Oft
cleaned by W.U. TOBIEN. JR., Is a
guarantee that It Is done properly.
Twenty years' experience. Cleaning,
$1; main springs, $1. 40S Ea-i "road!
Street Ml work guaranteed.
JDtUi?cnb Jjotice?.
Atlantic Coi.-t Line Railroad Company.!
Wilmington. N. C. June 2S, 1911. !
THE. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF AT
lantlc Coast Line Railroad Company
has declared a dividend Of :: percent,
on the common capital stock of that
company, payable at the office of tho
treasurer f.t Wilmington, North
Carolina on und after July 10, 1911,
to stockholders of record on June 21,
1911. The transfer books arc closed
from the 21st day of June. 1011, to
the lltl: dnv of July, lull, both In?
clusive.
_JAMES F. POST. Treasurer
iSfUflliirrs.
~^^MASO~NIC NOTICE.?A ^STATED
communication of Joppu Lodge,
/VN.No. 40. A . P. & A. M .y ill be held
at the Masonic Temple THURSDAY.
Cth inst., .it 7.110 o'clock P. M.
Members of sister lodges and tian
slctu brethren are fraternally invited
to be present.
Rv order of the Worshipful Master.
GEORGE C. JEFFERSON,
_ Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF i HE
? stockholders of the Richmond Paper
Manufacturing Company will bo hold
at Hb otlice. lit oil East Franklin
Street, on TUESDAY; July IS, 1011,
at 12 M B, W. LIP8COMB,
_Secretary.
THE ANNLtVL MEETING OF "tTTr
i stockholders of the Southern Monu
fncturlng Company will he held at
i tho cilices of the company. No.?. 11
nn.l 13 South Twelfth Street, TUES?
DAY; July 1R. 1911. nt 12 o'clock!
noon.
Rv order of the President.
A EDWARD HOEBER.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
15 Exchange Place,
Jersey City. N. J., June 17. 1911.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho annual meeting of stockholders
i of Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com?
pany, for tho election of directors
and for the transaction of such other
business ns may lawfully come tic
fore the meet inn (including receiv?
ing the annual report of the board
of directors and the ratification of
l.he acts Of the said hoard since the
last annual mo?tln'g of stockholders).
Will l>e hold ut the principal office
of the company. No. 15 Exchange
Place. Jersey City, county of I'n.l
son, New Jersey, at 2 o'clock p. M..
on WEDNESDAY, tho 19th day of
July, l'.'ll (this being the first Wed?
nesday aftor the ir.tli of July), In
accordance with article 1. section 3,
of the by-laws.
The transfer hooks will be closed
at 12 noon on Saturday, June 17.
1911, find will lie reopened at 10
o'clock in the mornfnK of Thursday,
Julv 20, 1011, S. D. CrENSHAW,
Sccrc'.irv.
.feealeb ^ropo?iil?.
WANTED. HIDS TO FURNISIP sup?
plies for Southwestern State Hospital
for the months of July, August and
September, 1911. Rirtfi must bo seal?
ed and marked "Rids to Furnish Sup- I
plies." and addressed to the under'
signed, accompanied 'with samples
of goods offered, nnil must be In
bv 8 o'clock A. M. of the 13TH DAY
OF JULV. 1911.
A list of BUOh goods ns nre wanted
will be furnished' upon application.
All KOOdfl must 1)0 delivered- F. O. B,
Marion. \ ?>.. depot. The right to ac?
cept or reject any or all bids offered
is reserved.
This July 5, 1911.
A. H. GIBBONEY.
Steward.
Brooklyn Boy's Discovery of Ex-1
plosive Day After Fourth |
Has Fatal Result.
Now York. July 5.?Joseph Senne'.U, j
sixteen years old. was Instantly killed
to-day. and two other boys, his com?
panions, wore stunned und badly burned
by i belated explosion of fireworks.
Last nlaht u taxpayers' association
in Flntbush. Brooklyn, held n "safe
and snno Fourth" display of fireworks. |
This morning the hoys went scouting
to see what they could Und in the way
of overlooked explosives. Two heavy
mortr.r bombs were their trove. Joseph
explored the contents of one with his
Jr.ck-knifo, and when ho reached the
I core there was a terrific explosion. The
I boy was blown twcnty-tlve feet and tcr
! ribly torn and mangled. The other
I two boys were unconscious and badly
i burned when found. I
Many Revolvers tied,
j After their experience with the ftrBt
safe nnd sane Fourth the city has
j known, the police have concluded to
iday that they must have legislative aid
against the Idlscrltnlnate sale Of fire?
arms. A majority of the Hedderts last
night were found to be from gunshot
wounds. Those who found themselves;
Unable to buy lire crackers and blank j
cartridges used revolvers nnd ball cart?
ridges alrendv In their possession.
Three persons were killed and thirteen
wounded by chnnce or by malicious i
bullets
One hoy of eleven was killed by a \
youth of sixteen, who said casually:!
"Watch me wing n kid." and dellher- j
atelv fired. A mob chased him. but he]
esciped.
ELECTRIC WAVES
FOR FIXING TIE
(Special to The Times-Pl.spateh.]
Winston-Salem, N. c, July 5.?The
feature of lo-d.iys session of the North
Carolina Retail Jewelers Association
was mi address by C. T, lilggtnbotham,
of South Rend. Ind.. on the subject of
"lllstory of Time-Moasurlng Devices."
The speaker told of the ntlixes A. M.
and P M. used In connection with time,
nnd deel u-.-d Hist they cost the people
of this country at the lowest estimate
$6,000,000 annually. This cost Is made
up principally in printing railway
schedules.
The speaker declared that In the
future, time would be kept by con?
trivances which would bo set from a
central timepiece, by means of electric
waves. He stated Hint ninny obstacles
would have to be overcome before this
could be accomplished, but Hint he
thought It would prove the flnnl solu?
tion to the prohU-ni of keeping accur?
ate time.
This afternoon the visitors enjoyer a
trolley ride over the city. The meet
i Inw closeil to-night, with a reception
I and banquet nt the Hotel Ztneendnrf.
HITS LIVE WIRE:
HURLED 25 FEEI
[Special to The Times-DlspnIch.]
Spen.er. N. C. July f,? Charles
i Pressley. of Qastonia, a lineman for the
' Southern Bell Telephone Company,
i struck a live \vire nnd was knocked
j twenty-five feet, from a pole to the
j ground this nfternoon. He sustained
'.serious burns, and severe injuries from
the fall, and was carried t" a Salisbury
hospital for treatment.
Ii Ik thought he will recover, though
; his condition is precarious.
INJURED IX AUTO ACCIDENT.
' Car Overturns tn Ditch und Hurten Oe
<-upnot? Underneath It.
! [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Lexington. N C, July 5.?A serious
1 automobile accident occurred here this
? afternoon, when a big our ran into a
ditch anel overturned. Just nt the cor?
porate limits of the city. The c?.r was
occupied by Mr. Skipper, Dr. Rrown,
Mr, Still, Ren Fundcrhurg, and Luther
t Moore, nil of Lancaster, S. C. The car
turned over, with tho occuponts un
' dcrheath, and injured several, though
j not seriously They were nil brought
j into the city, and taken Into Hotel
Marsh, where they were cared for. The
I car hnd n wheel broken.
Flit IT PACKING HOUSE
IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING
rSpeeial to The Time*-Dispatch.]
! Staunton, Va . July 5.?Lightning
1 Struck and destroyed the lnrgi- fruit
packing house of Dr. W. B. Dodge, at
Stuarts Draft, causing 11 loss Of $2.600,
1 partly Insured. Dr. Dodge Is n large
1 grower of cranberries end had a big
1 stock of crntes nnd all sorts of fruit
I containers in the packing house.
ELOPES IN FRIEND'S AUTO.
Snrprlse Marriage nf Winchester Chauf?
feur nnd Maryland Girl.
[Special to The Times- Dispatch. |
Winchester. Va , July ?Borrowing
n friend's automobile on Juno 27. John
Edward Myers, of Baltimore, employed
here ns chauffeur by K. V. Weenie. 11
wealthy sugar planter, of Louisiana,
eloped with Miss Cora Cornelia McDon?
ald, daughter of Stephen D McDonald,
11 hotel proprietor to WllllamspOrt, Md .
where they were married by Rev. IT
D, Stev. art. nt the Methodist Church
parsonage. The news leaked out this
afternoon.
Spvnlon uf Town Council.
iPpecial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch ]
Harrison burg, Vs., July 5.?The Town
Council of Hnrrlsonburg Inst night
elected Perry F. Spitzer, n member of
the Hnrrisonhurg public Kchool hoard
to succeed Dr. T. C. Firebaugh: creat?
ed the office of sanitary Inspector, with
; appointee nnd salary yet to be deter?
mined: nnd also raised the salary^ of
Town Treasurer Henrv A. Sprlnltel
, from $1.2S0 to $1,500 per nnnum.
In Session nt Klkton.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Hnrrlsonburg. Vn.. July 5.?To-night
nt the Hotel Klkton. In Klkton. Rock
Inghnm county, the fifteenth nnnunl
session of tho Valley Royal Arch School
of Instruction In Masonry began the
session, to last one week. Sol Glitch
I Ins. of Richmond, grand serin of O. R.
A. Chapter of Virginia, delivered an ad?
dress on the mark master's degree.
Other prominent Virginia Mnsons win
be present
By Virginia Auction f'o.. Auctioneers,
Temporary Location, K North Seventh Street,
Phones, .Madison 3881; Monroe 2888.
Bankrupt Auction Sale
of the Stock of
Chas. F.
Wholesale Grocers, 14 S. 1 3 th St
THURSDAY, JULY fi. I9ll, AT 10:30 A. M.
Pursuant to a decree of the District Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia, entered on May 20. 1911, in the mutter of Charles F. Taylor, bank-';
rttpt, conducting the Wholesale grocery business of Charles F. Taylor Co.. at*
14 South Thirteenth Street, we will, on July 6, lpt1.'commencing at p>:30 A. M.,
Sell at public auction their entire stock, consisting of several thousand dol^
larS' worth of Groceries .ind Grocer.-' Supplies, Paper Hags, Wrapping Paper,
Good*. Harrel Goods. Teas. Coffees, Sugars. Flour. Lards. Keg Goods,
Scales. Medicines, etc.. etc.; Oftlce Fixtures, Iron Safe, etc.
This sale will ontlnuo until sold. Sale positive. Trade Invited. TERMS:''
CsSh' W. M. PARR1SH Receiver.
Taylor Company
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO. Auctioneers.
By T. it Wortham Sr. Company.
Real Estate Agent? and Auctioneers,
No. is North Ninth Street,
Richmond, Va.
At the request of the owners, and
In ordor to settle an estate, we will
sell at public auction, on the premises,
two nice frame dwellings, Nos. Hi- and
110 South Harrison or Reservoir Street,
beginning with No. 102 South Harrison,
at f.:20 o'clock I'. M.,
JULY c. inn.
These hou?es are well constructed,
and are now under rentnl to good ten?
ants. No. 102 has a front of 1 feet .">
Inches, more or less, by 60 feet, more
Or less, and contains about six rooms.
No. 110, fronting 16 tort's, with a lot
running back between parallel lines
02 feet to an alley In common eight
feet wide, and having about the same
number of rooms.
As this property will he sold, here
Is h rare opportunity to make a good
111 v es; men t.
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
sale.
The Vdenfene Auction Co.
AUCTIONEERS
?IB EAST BROAO
NEW STOCK GROCERIES. SHOW
CASES. COUNTERS ANI> SHELVING,
AT AUCTION.
Wo will sell for E. ? Wilkinson &
Co.. ut their store. No. 70" West Cum?
berland street (between rine and Lau?
rel Streets*, at 10:30 o'clock.
?I'lllS THURSDAY, JULY ttTH.
their BloOk of Groceries, nil of which
Is strictly now goods and embraces
Canned Salmon. Dried Beef, Rotted
Moo ?t.. Corned Reef. Condeime.1 Milk,
Red and Blue Euro Syrup, Tomatoes,
Corn. Raked Beans, Smoking and Chew?
ing Tobaccos, Cigars, Tens, Coffees.
Pickles, Preserves, Octagon. Naphtha,
[Moon. Ivory and Sweetheart Soup.-.
Vinegar. CatBups, Starch, Washing
Powders. Cereals. Cakes, Crackers,
Barrel Vinegar. Brooms, Tub Mack
erel. r.fty pounds Lard, Flour, Oil Tank.
j Counter, Show Case. Shelving. Scales.
' etc.
Sale positive. These are all strictly
! fresh, new goods. Sold on account of
I III health of owner.
I THE VALENTINE AUCTION C.O.
I H- 1 Ire,mi ,\i Redd.
Real Batate Auctioneers,
No. 30 North Ninth Street.
AUCTION SALE
OF
j SIX - ROOM TWO - STORY KRAM 13
I DWELLING. NO. 1MI DICKINSON
STREET. I
Being Instructed so to do by the
owners, we will offer for sale, on the
premises, on
THURSDAY. JULY ?, 1911.
at 5:30 P. Mi,
the above mentioned property.
The lot has a front Of SO feet by 120
feet deep to an alley. The dwelling
liaa eight rooms. Is In good condition,
and \ylll make a nice home for persons
of moderate moans, or will pay well as
an Investment. Salo peremptory, so
be sure to attend.
TERMS: Reasonable, and will be an?
nounced at the hour of sale.
GREEN A REDD,
_1_Auctioneers.
Suction g?aUg. Sutuvt Jaaj>^
By Rlcheson & Crutch Held,
Real Estate Agents arid Auctioneers,
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OP
THAT VERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY
IN 1 HE TOWN OF ASHLAND, VA.. j
FRONTING ON RAILROAD STREET,
WITH DESIRABLE TWO-STORY
FRAME DWELLING THEE EON.? I
In execution of n certain deed of
trust to the undersigned from the Mac
murdo Place Land Company, dated
June 1, 190". and recorded In the
clerk's office of the Circuit Court of
Hunover county. Ya., in Deed Book 4S.
page 315, default having been made in
the payment of a portion of the debt
therein secured, and being required so
to do by the beneficiary thereunder, 1
will sell at public auction, 011 the !
premises, oil
THURSDAY, JULY 13TH, 1911,
nt 5 o'clock P. M? the real estate do
SCrlbed In said deed us follows; All
that certain tract or parcel of land,
situated In the town of Ashland. Han-I
over county, Vn., it being the same [
I tract or parcel of land Convoyed to the :
; raid Macmurdo Place i^md Company
(Inc.), by Wallace D. McLean by deed
bearing dote Juno 1. 1907, the follow?
ing two lots of land, lying and being
in the town of Ashland, county i>; ,
Hanover. Va., known as lots numbers
three (3 1 und four (I). In the plan of 1
the town of Ashland, according to sur?
vey of William Clopton made In the
year 1854, fronting together 5 98-100 j
chains on the oast side of Railroad ?
Street, and bounded on the north by 1
the lots of Mr. a. C. Schalter and w. |
! W. Itennett. on the south by the lots
' of Samuel Rice, and running back be- ]
I tween parallel lines to the "Oakland"
Addition to Ashland, with the excop
! (Ion, however, of a strip one hundred
and seventy-three ii73> feet wide, ex?
tending entirely across said laud ilots
It and I), being the same strip, piece
! or parcel of land that was conveyed
j to the Richmond and Chesapeake Bay
Railway Company by the said Austin
H. Burr, substituted trustee, together I
t with nil the appurtenances to the said
land belonging or in any wise, lipper
> mining.
j TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the
; costs of executing the trust, all taxes
land levies due thereon and to dis?
charge a note of $3.000. due June i.
1 1910, with Interest thereon from March
I 12, 1909. and an additional sum of 8828
1 for Interest accrued on two notes of !
, 83,060 And IX.900, respectively, from
1 March 12, 1909, to Mar Oh 12, 1911, and
I on n credit us to a note of 88,000, due
' June I. 1913. , with Interest thereon
ff'om March 12. 1911. payable annually
on the 12th day of March ot each \> . r,
and credit as to a note of 83,900, d le
Juno 1. 1010, with Interest thereon
from March 12. 1911. payable annually
on the 12th day of March of each year,
tho balance of the purchase price to be
made payable at auch time and sec ured
In such manner as the said Macmurdo
| Place, Land Company tine i. Kit allO
: castors or assigns, ahull proscribe and
direct or in ease of its or their failure
to glvo such direction nt .such time
and In such manner us tho said Rurton
Mai'jt, hla iullrs or assigns shall thl-nk
RURXOSUSilAR y 1:.
l\cal C?tatr f?r fcent
Green 6c Redd
Rent List
FOR RENT AT ONCE.
8 209 W. Taylor, 10 rooms.<$20O|j
Railroad Ave., Ashland, i rooms.. 300-3
Possession Auvust 51, 1911.
2335 \v. Qrace St.. 11 rooms. 840:9
is:t:i IV. Qrace St., :t rooms.
L'lul Stuart Ave.. 9 rooms. 4S0.H)
2210 Park Ave.. 9 rooms. 450
317 E. Cary St.. S rooms. 360?
107 W. Clay St.. S rooms. 340 .
421 W. .Main St.. store and dwell?
ing (possession Aug". 9...... itso9
614 Virginia Ave., S room's. It3i>.""l
2015 B Marshall. S rooniH. a.tO;:'.
4 1/ \Y. Clay St., Ss rooms. 3oi)
1603 W. Main St., 8 rooms. 300 1
1613 W. Main St.. 7 rooms. 300 f
".20 N. Addison St., S rooms...... 300 ?
looi \V. Clay St.. 10 rooms. 300.
161 I \V. Main. 7 rooms. 300 ^
1101 W, Main St.. 7 rooms. 300'
1108 W. Main St., 7 rooms. 288-'
I 1100 Dickinson St., 7 rooms..... . 270
4'>2 W. Clay St.. 7 rooms. 240 ;
Virginia Ave., ,-orner Rums, S rms., 2 10 .
1 4o| N. 29th St . 8 rooms. 216<.
203 l.omlinrdy. 12 rooms. r>50 ?
620 N. :>Ttit St.. 7 rooms. 240 ?
'Jf>3 N. Sycamore, il rooms. 330 '
191!? Floyd. S rooms. 330 .
2621 Grove. 14 rooms. 900
HiOl N. Twentieth. 9 rooms. 300
?01 W. Grace St. 11st nnd 2d Hats,
8 rooms 1.. 480 I
BMlevue Apartment. No. 1, 7 rms., 420
Rellovue Apartment. No. 3, 7 rms., 360 ?
1020 \V. Mnln St.. 1st Hat. 4 rooms. 270
1100 F,. Grace St., 1st Hat. 5 rooms. 18*
FDA TS.
1S44 \V Grace St.. 1st flat. S rms., 600 '
1M6 \V. Grace St.. 2d flat, s rms.. 600
006 W. Mam St.. 1st tint, S rms.. 450
(Heat free.)
2.1"5 W. Grace St, 1st flat. r. rooms.
heat furnished free. 540
2335 W, Grace St.. 2d Hat, 6 rooms,
heat furnished freel. 480
312 S. Third St.. 2d and 3d Hats. 8
rooms . 4S0 1
910 W. Main St.. 1st tint. S rms.. 4.70
(Hem free.)
908 W, Main St. 1st flnt. R rms.. 450
(Heat free.) .
910 YV. Main St., 2d Hat. 8 rms_ 450
(Heat free.)
401 F.. Main St.. 1st flat. 5 rooms.. 450
Bellevue Apartment, No. 6. 7 rms.. :n;o
n.-llfvuf. Apartment. No 5, 7 rms.. .'USO':
610 Allison St., 1st flat, 7 rooms. 360
Bellevue Apartment, No. 2, 7 rms.. 3ti0
Bellevuo Apartment, Ni<. 4, 7 rms.. 360
3"."> N. Davis St.. 1st flat, .1 rooms. :{O0
305 X. Davis. 2d flat, ."> rooms.... 300
307 N. Davis. 1st flnt, 5 rooms.... 300 ?
""7 N. Davis. 2d lint. 5 rooms.... 3n0 .1
I'H R. Main St.. 2d tlat I rooms.. 270
517 N. Fourth St., 1st Hat, 6 rms.. 240
106 F.. Grace St. 1st lint. ? rms.. ISO
207 K. Cnrv St., 1st flnt, S rooms.. 450
60<S s. pine. 2d flat. 7 rooms. 240
.111 W. Clay. 2d Hat. 5 rooms. 150
116 Third Ave.. S rooms. 300
GREEN ? 111 .1 ID,
.to NORTH NINTH STREET.
RENT LIST |i
Chas. A. Rose?
Company
Phone Mad. 1 560
&>cfjoolsS.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF
MEDICINE - vn?mDA
STUART McGUIRK. M.D., Pres.
Medicine-Dentistry-Pharmacy
I9th Session Opens September 12tb.
New building. New equipment.
Eighty experienced teachers.
Excellent clinical facilities.
Modern laboratory methods.
Deiciipthe Catalogue on requett,
McGuire's University School,
OPI*. MONItOR PARK. RICHMOND va.
FORTY-8BVENTII SESSION begin* Sep..
limber Sv Thorough prep.notion for unl
veralty, college, technical sehebl, V. S. Navel
nnd Military Academies, Primary depart*
mint for smnl! boys, with ?< parate lnatruc
I tors, study-hall, .ii/d rcoltatlon rooms. The
Principal will be at 7 N. Hclv-hUm St.. nftor
Sept. 5. For full InformMInn nee catnloffuo'
i ut book stores, or by mull.
JOHN P. M'OUfRE, Principal.
jEiDlC'AL COLtEC E
of Virginia
4F.DICINE, DBXTISTkY, PHARMACY!
Seierl, lojrlli Saulan b?sfci v..,v 12. III!.
,, - .liolUat WbaraUr* MS cllateal f??illti?mj
lo3o I OUaftW Hlnbrlou LWiaf ?inata* u>>.len?l<?? '?
1 01 ? I , Writ* fir OtU'Cf-t* s
5 ~~, I Chrabc*? Ten,.*?!?. M D. Uwui, H?lui?ea. V?f
Virginia Military Institute
"THt West p?int o " the bouTH"
Collegiate and technical coursra combtsc
with the rigid discipline of an ncir.y po?t.
Virginia Cadet* tuition (tee.
Uxlnglon, Va. Can. E. W. NICHOLS, Supt
The Valentine Museum
ELF.VBNTH AND CRAY STREBT?,
Open dally from I0 A. M. to 5 P. M.
AtlmUstnn i"6c Free on Saturdays
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH and CI.AY STREBT?,
OPEN S A. M. TO S P. M.

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