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Urvater Richmond'* (irtatcM Ncmpaper
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GREATEST WANT AMI KRAL ES?
TATE MEDIUM IX VIRGINIA, AND
ONE OK TUE ?BST IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
In Effect June 11. 1911.
Dally, one cent per word when paid
In advance. No Ad. taken fur Ira? than
ten cent*.
On? und one-ball ceuta a nurd all
rluii.illlcutloua except Sltuutluu Wautvd
(or Sunday. Situation Wutitvd oue vcut
? word. No Ad. Suuduy iukeu.for l**a
than Uftecn cent?.
No Ada. lukeu (or Icmm tbnn tvventy
flve ceiila nln-u pliuutdln or charged
ut the counter.
Iii.. ii ?? ordera not xuuruuleed.
CluimlllcMllou uot isuuruulued ufler 1
? lUu 1\ AI,
Kor bualuca? Contrauta %?end for the
Wuut AU. .'dum uUuur Umir.i. 1.
ullU Jt limu.^ _I
Lo.vr, A BLUE SERGE COAT, WE?-j
nesuay evening, uoiweeo uu otonu-,
ii.um anu Country t:iuu. ttewaru if]
returneu tu i'ju Allen Avenue, i
Lost, AT OK NEAR BON AIR. VA., A
small llver und while pointer uog. i
Howard oi~ iur m? return to \\. ?*, :
UUNN, 111* E Main ?li'uul, or Bon
' Air, Vu._!
LOST, ONE CAM'rJO BREASTPIN. KK- !
warn it lud at 'ai\j North Twenty-1
?-uxtii fctreet._i
?Vl t?tumitu. jvtiui
WAITED, CLERKS 11y u. b. Gov?
ernment. KicnmoiiU examination bop
lemuer 21; preparation tree. FRANK
V.1.N INSTITUTE, iJcpt. 41s Ii.
Rochester, N. V. _
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED BOOK- '
keeper, manufacturing anu mercan
tile experience necessary. Good po?
sition tor the rl<jiit mau. Heferem ? 8
required. J. s. QOETCHtUS, Sait
vilit, Vu._
YOU ARE wanted for GOVERN- !
ii.ein position, O'J int niii. Bend pud- I
lal Iur Hut uf positions open. ,
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, uupt.41? H.
Koeiicbter, N. V. _
Wanted, for u. a. -vRai i. a ule
bouted, unmarried men, between i-gea
ol eighteen ano thirty-live; Citizen?
ut United Slate*; of good chamctei
und leinpei i.le i.uLita, wiiu cull j,'e.i.'..
read aim write the Enteilen language,
For Iniyrinatlon appi) iu Recruiting'
Olllcer, )>?g e- Broad St.; Richmond, or
161 n. Sycamore St.. Petersburg, Va.
WANTED, a COMPETENT and Ex?
perienced working manager lor
btnull, well equipped fain;, in K:ng
George count/; talary, tin month, ?
and comfortable honte. Addrea? im,- I
mediately, with references and ot.ier^
particular*, w. w. mountjoY, Co
morn P. Q-. Va- _ _
w W n t e d~ young ml; n to LEARN
the automobile business*.; positions se?
cured competent graduates. Rich?
mond AUTO school, ku w. Broad
Street_?_
Well~iiRii..lep. wanted at fred
crlck'a Hall. Va.. at leaat four wells
to be drilled at once; alate price.
ANGUS si. WADE. Architect, Fred?
erick's Hall. Va._
STONE CUTTERS WANTED AT HER
milage Road shed; none but uiiiou ;
men need upply; six months' work
/ A. C -BEDFORD._
WANTED. REGISTERED DRUGGIST; i
must lie sober, use no dope and don't I
mind work. Give age and salary. Or I
win sen halt-Interest to right- party.
Address D ITT, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
W A N TED. TOUN G : man WITH
knowledge of bookkeeping, alao to
do stenographic work Address, In
own handwriting) staling salary ex -
pected und references, j. 326, cure
Tirrieti-ruwpatch. _
WANTED, THRE B black SMITHS.TO
fchiirpen for stonecutters; also expo
rienet-d quarryman for dimension
stock McCLOY'S QUARRY, Rich?
mond._.
JOB COMPOSITOR WANTED. THE,
FRANK LIN PRESS CO.; Petersburg.
Va._
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS: BARBER,
112 guaranteed. Soli West broad.
\\"ANTED! EXPERIENCED CANDY j
er. Apply 7 N. Governor Street.]
YV iNTED, MOULDERS AI THE SAYRE
Iron Works. Inc., Phoebus. Va., on '
structural iron castings; only good,
IndUStl lous men need apply._ .
1'iiSlTlON WITH LOAN COMPANY--]
Man, age ?8, wltn eight years' expo- |
rlence in chattel and note buslneas, I
uesires inside iiojition, strictly lob'tr t
a in! willing tu work; clean re .-or.!' j
Will come to Richmond for inter?
view. Address 8, Box Newport
News, Va._
wXnte7~b\~'oung man with
liberal education, clerical position of
eome kind. Can keep set of books;
Al references furnished H 220. care
Tlmes-Dlspatch._
? WANTKD. A POSITION as CLERK
in country store; references fur?
nished Address Box 2'iT, Fredericks- i
burg. Va._V_ I
WANTED. LETTER WRITING OR any
prorUahle work to do at home; ref?
erences. Address C. T. PARISH, R.
-. Glen Allen. Va._
WANTED, by a THOROUGHLY r:X~
perlenced store clerk,, position In _,ny
department; npt sfiai'd of work, t\d
dress K 30S, care Times-Dispatch._
WANTED, A POSITION AS clerk IN
Krocery store; would be willing to
leave the city. Address g 18a, c.'ire
Tim cs-DIsp ate h^_; _
Wanted, position on farm" as
overseer; am a tlrst-class tobacco
raiser: position to begin January 1,
1912. Address SMITH, 109 South Har
rlson. City._
JUNIOR DRUG CLERK "DESIRES Po?
sition by September I; four and a
halt years-' experience: very best
reference. Address P. V. CHETTY,
Woodland. N. C._
WANTED, position by BOOKKEEP
er; ton yearn' experience; rapid, ac?
curate and hard worker. Can act as
combination man. City references.
Address D 1T9, care_JThnes-TJtepjitch.
WANTED, A POSITION AS U AN A<', R U
on farm; understand farmlns; and
Btockralsing; references exchanged.
Address Box 41. Oordonsvllle, Va.
wanted, position AS fCOELECTOR,
two years' experience; can furni-in
list of references; salary or commis?
sion. O 14S, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch.
LICENSED CHAUFFEUR, ^vb DRESS
AUTO. 210 E. Broad. Will call._
WANTED. by a young man OF
ability, position doing anything: will?
ing, to work and learn. Address H
212, care Times-Dispatch._
young man of EXPERIENCE DE
slres position with some wholesale
firm: grain buslneas preferred: will
furnish best of reference. Address
H 209. cure Times-1 Hspatch,
ALL STENOGRAPHERS WISHING TO
do substitute work will find oppor?
tunities a plenty at the REMINGTON
TYPEWRITER EMPLOYMENT DE?
PARTMENT. ? 006 E. Main Street
Phone Madison 8S1._
WANTED, TWO GOOD GENERAL
workers in dairy; must be first-class
milkers; might use man and two
sons or two daughters, If good work?
ers; dairy In Piedmont Virginia. X,
? Box 7.12, Richmond, Va._
IT PAYS TO_D?_SUBSTITUTE WORK
during the vacation season. For evi?
dence call at the REMINGTON TYPE?
WRITER EMPLOYMENT DEPART?
MENT, nnd see positions now open.
606 E. Main Street Phono Madison
861.
BE A TRAINED XL'KSK; STUDY AT
home; eurn 125 weekly: thousamls
wanted; free Information. BOCHES-,
TER NURSES' INSTITUTE, 12>i>>
_ ROohoster, N. V. _i
COMPETENT STENOGRAPH Kit. AD- '
dress j 271. care TlmcB-Dispntoh.
W A NT i:fl>, A FI R.ST-l" LASS LA f i ~6U
lirit'ir. one with experience, ?t cnc5 :
Address H 211. ciro Tlfnes-' dspatch
WANTED, HOUSEKEEPER, A WORK
Inn; onn preferred: fully competent
to tako charge of modern house In
tho mountains with family of one. 1
Must be well recommended. Address
_D 17 6. c are TI nie s -1J1s n t < h.
WANTED. A "GOOD H?USEK EEPBR.
ones who doen not mind work and ,
win take an Interest In three girls,
i uges ten. thirteen und sixteen. Ari- I
dress, with reference, P. o. Box 154.
Lawrenccvllle, Va.
Situations: i??antcD. rftmalt.
wanted. a permanent POSITION
by an experienced ladv stenographer.
Box 20'J, City._
^low??trjiirtl &elp WBH?nta.
W A N T E U, FOR GOOD GRADED
school of eight teachers, a primary j
leachoi who understands kinder?
garten methods and piano: salary
150. Send Tull credential*. W. H.
?)''M:s, foluinbla. S, C._
Situations, $3rofe??it>naL
A i.ADV <jK EXPERIENCE (ORAD
uate) desires u position in a famiiv
to leach ,youhg children the usual
branehes, pt.in,o aud drawing;; first-:
ciuss references given and requtrod.
Address L i?", c;.:e Times-Dispatch.
A YOUNG LA i'V OK THREE V KA Its
experience wiuhes to teach u private
school; can teach the usual English
brunches und hogiruicrs In Latin and
music; references exchanged Ad?
dress x. Y. Z., care Postmaster
Lynch".", Va. ,
PEA BODY STUDENT DESIRES Posi?
tion as teacher of piano in t-chool
or private; reforenojs exchanged.
i> t?">'>. care Times-Dispatch.
Ssoliutocs at:o ?fealcsmri?
WANTED, SALESMAN TO TRAVEL'
Western Virginia and Carolina; ono j
who has had experience selling man
ufacturers preferred. Address P. O.
Box 105. Richmond, Vu.
WANTED, SALESMEN TO INTR01 >UCE
pew 1'JIO census charts and all.ises;
permanent connection. The work Is ,
congenial and profitable. Exclusive
territory, Special opportunity for
experienced chart salesmen. DEPT.
K. RAND, McNALLY - CO.. 12 East
Twenty-second Street. New Yorfel
City._
WANTED, SALESMAN CALLING ON
general stores, and manufacturers '.?> ,
sell kerosene and lubricating oils as
a side line. Will pay good commts- .
sior.K Address p. O. BOX 195, Rich- :
Riohd, Va. "<. .
Poarbtng.
BOARDERS FOP. DESIRABLE ROOMS. !
newly papered; also table boarders.]
203 Lau Grace._
WHEN VOU COME TO RICHMOND j
ston where you cur. get a nice, ?-l--au.
comfortable bed for :,\> cents, ice ca?
ter, bath .T-d nhonc free ii>v2 East
'.'lay._
BOARDERS FOR BEAUTWUL LARGE |
and small rooms. 1 'J3 Last Grace
WANTED, OENTLEMEN BOARD
era In private family; large, airy
rooms; no children; location near]
Monroe Park Madison 5715. ?
eBummcr i?oar?iug. J
WANTED, FOUR HOARDERS FOR Au?
gust and September, two and a half
miles from Nalurkl Bridge, Va MRS.
J. W, WH.S'jN. Natural Bridge. Va.
jt?oarb cXtHanteto.__J
WANTED. BOARD and ONE or TWO
rooms In suburbs for gentleman and
wife; no children; permanent. Ad-;
::?-- 1. Iii', cart Times-Dispatch j
WANTED, ROOM AND BOARD with '
private family In West End; refer-:
t-nce.1. .i 290, care Tltnes-DlspsAch. I
l\uonisJor^jv.tnt. j
SECOND floor (five rooms), 107 j
East Grace. Phone Monroe 267.
W A N t EI?. gen t le~m en occu- |
pants for six delightful rooms, hot;
water heat; electricity and private!
bath; convenient to cars: with or
without breakfast ,-uid supper. Phone
Mad Ison 400-j._
FU UN 1 S H E I) OR UNFURNISHED
rooms for rent; possession Septem?
ber I; Grove Avenue, near Harrison;
Street Phone Madison ?560.
deTwhtful room ?^d~excel^
lent table board at 210 East Grace
Street. _ _ _
for rentTTttrnished room FOR!
one or two gentlemen, in privsto
family: use of phone. Apply 100 %v
Grnce Street, second floor.
SICKLY FKRMsTiElT~R??MS AT S22
East Franklin. Monroe ii509.
la~I~tGE AND small NlCKLY ' ~FUP.~
nlshed rooms. 710 Kast Franklin.
JRoonut <WanteZi.
WANTED. ROOM; TWO YOUNG MEN;
central location, prefer private fam?
ily: references furnished. Phone I
CROSWKIJL. Madison 1754.
jFiat? tor 3**rit
FOR RKNT. SKPTEMBER 1, SECOND
floor liat, four large, bright rooms,
in excellent condition, to couple or
small family. 1024 _Weat Main._ j
PLEASANTLY" Si TU A TED FIR ST FLAT
of four rooms arid bath for rent;
modern. 2::ls N Street; five car lines
within I wo blocks._
FLAT OK THREE ROOMS FOR RENT
September 1, on Grove Avenue. near|
Harrison Street. Phone Madison C?9 I
ilflats TC23aiit??.
WANTED. FLAT OF THREE OR MORE
rooms, west of Third and south of
Broad; separate bath preferred; mod?
erate rent. Address.all particulars
to S. E. M.. 607 Easf Clay._
W A NTE dT fTr ST - FLOOR FLAT OF
several rooms. centrally located,
suitable f">r light housekeeping. j.
N. PURCKLL, 20S Commonwealth
Bank building. Telephone Monroo
479 or .'.72. ? <
_SUal tZt?toi?t ?uilt, ^\
WE OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
uuctlon?Two cottages, four and live
roomr., brand new, otic and two acros
land; one house, two-story, eight
rooms, two acres; one house, two
story, six rooms, two halls and bnlh
room. live across lund. lino location,
fronting road at Taylor's Crossing;
Saturday. 3 o'clock P. M. Train leavo3
Elba Station 1:45 P. M. Call Monroe
1107 for particulars._
tTikKK BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN BROOK
land Park adjoining Battery Court,
near car line, will sell very cheap.
See F. W. DABNEY & COMPANX,
iJJl East Broad,_
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, NICE
home at Greon Boy., Prince Edward
county, on Southern Railway; six
room house, 1 1-4 acres; all neces?
sary outbuildings; will sell for $850,
or exchange for city property. Z.
WILLIAMS CO.. Eighth and Bnln
br 1 dge Streets, South Rlel^niond._
FOR SALE, BEAUTIBTJL WATER;
front homo: nil modern conveniences,
ovcriooklng Fortress Monroo. Hamp?
ton Roads; boating, bathing, fishing;
largu lawn, shndo trees; two mlautes'
walk to car. For further information
address S. H. W-. care Postmaster,
Buckroe, Va.
DAILY
PUZZLES
What article of clrcss?
ANtfWEit '?"? vi:s'ii-: i!ht-s im //.i.e.
Cantaloupe.
jFor &>ale.
WANTED, TO 8EDL ON K BARK MILD,
with pulleys und shafting, complete;
two ?(itj corn burrs, with pulleys and
Shafting, complete; . one boiler and
engine, lot; horsepower each. Per
particulars apply to FARMERS" CO?
OPERATIVE GUANO CO.. Black
atone. Va.
CHE Ar, ALL ICI.NDb OK ?ECOND
haud mechanical tools Apply JEF
FEHKON LOAN OFFICE. 1 VuS East
_Main Street._
SEVERAL USElT FCmb CARS WHICH
we have taken in exchange for lutcsl
models. These cars now being thor?
oughly overhauled and will paint if
desired. Will send Instructor home
with out-ot-town purchasers. - FORD
AUTO CO._\_
STRUCTURAL IRON, STEEL AND
Pipe of every description cut to order.
CLARENCE COSBY, ll^i East Ca'-y
Street. Richmond. Va. _
WA NTICd] TO SELL MY INTlBREST
In general mercantile store; good
location, on railroad, doing good
business. Am selling on account of
my health. Address D 17?, care
Times-Dispatch._ _
FOR SALe7"?n"e~1 1-2-HORSBPOWER.
auto marine engine; tlrst-class con?
dition; cheap. L. ROSE & CO., 420
Brook Aver.uc._
FOR SALE-ONE HOISTING ENGINE.
Apply- 214 So?th Sixth Street.
FOR SALE. WOOD. SINGLE LOAD,
DOc. Twenty-fifth arid Franklin
Streets._'_
LUMBER, ALU SIZES AND DIMEN
sions. G. E. GU VERNATOR. Idle
wood Park._
Forty mirrors. Tix?? inch es.
cheap. G. E. GU VERNATOR, Idle
wood Park._
DYNAMOS. BOILER, SLOT MACHINES
and all amusements, cheap. G. E.
GUVERNATOR. Idlewood Park.
FIREWOOD. /,0 CENTS A LOAD. Q E
_ '' ''V i:nN ATOR. Idlewood Park._
TU E BR1STOW-WORSHAM CO.. 1435
Ea?t Main Street, Headquarters for
Vehicles, Harness, Farm and Deliv?
ery Wagons.
WE HAVE ONE EXTRA NICE CUT
under, rubber-tire surrey at reduced
price.
WE HAVE SEVERAL HIGH-GRADE
rubber-tire runabouts at reduced
prices.
WE HAVE THREE HIGH-GRADE
business buggies cheap to make
room.
WE HAVE ONE HIGH-GRADE STORM
wagon cheap. Buy now and save
money.
we have several medium-grade
extension top surreys, cheap to quick
buyers.
WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING SEC
ond-hand: Two delivery wagons,
three surreys, one six-passenger
hurkboard. at your price. THE BRIS
TOW.-WORSHAM CO., No. 1435 East
Main Street.
SEE US FOR THAT WAGON YOU
need. We carry a complete line, both
top and open, and can supply you
at once. A. MEYER'S SONS, 731 E.
Gary Street._
^^eaj ^tatc for_&ent___
BRIGHT. ATTRACTIVE ROOMS;
electricity, gas; splendid for physi?
cian; Franklin Street; central. Madl
son_4SSS._
FOR RENT. 410 EAST MARSHALL,
first-class stand, for grocery or
meat store, has been occupied fbr
several years as furniture store.
Possession September 1st. Apply
AMERICAN HAT COMPANY'. Fifth
and Marshall Street.
FOR RENT" ST?R E WITH FLAT. 7
rooms, on car line. S21 Brook Avenue.
E. T. LONG. Phone 106'J._
FIVE NEW AND MODERN HOUSES,
2230 to C239 Park Avenuo; 9 rooms;
hot water heat Apply 2212 A P^rk
Avenue, or phone Madison 7760-j or
6605. _
WANTED. TO RENT A FURNISHED
housa In the West End from October
1 to /pril 1; must have at least four
bed rooms; references exchanged.
Address "CONFIDENTIAL." Box 656.
City._
jpcr^onal^
SPECIAL, FOR LADIES.?H. LEWIS,
THE MOST POPULAR LADIES'
TAILOR IN THE CITY*. WILL RE?
MOVE FROM 202 N. FIRST STREET
TO 303 W. GR CE. ON AUGUST 6.
IN THE MEANTIME WILL TAKE
ORDERS FOR SUITS AT REDUCED
RATES AT 202 N. FIRST STREET.
J. KATZ, THE LADIES' TAILOR.
WILL GIVE SUMMER PRICES ON
ALL ORDERS. '.'00 NORTH FIFTH
STREET.
ladies.?i have just returned
from new york. where i bx
i amined all the parisian and
! domestic models. and bought
a large stock of the newest
broadcloths, serges and nov?
elty weaves. i take great
. pleasure in announcing that
I 1 am established in my new
parlors at 303 west grace
and am ready to take orders
at greatly' reduced rates
I for the month of august. for
style. workmanship. etc.. my
signature is sufficient guar
, antee. h. lewis. ladies' tail
! or. 303 w. grace, formerly of
202 n. first.
HUMAN HAir> BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 20D North Third.
WANTED, STORE IN THE COUNTRY
for generul merchandise; must be
near railroad; prefer to rent; might
be Induced to buy. Address H 233,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch._
WANTED,.ACTIVE OR SILENT PART
ner to Invost in Al theatrical enter?
prise. Correspondence sitdctly pri
vnto. B. II.. llox S91. City.
<j?ouItrp-"|3et anb Eibe &toctt
i FOR SALE, WHITE WJTANDOTTE
pullets and cockerels, $1 and $1.25
I oach. Address MRS. JAMES BUR
1 TON. Elsora, Vs.
_ _^anterj. _ ^_^_
WANTED. TD BUY FurvCASR.AHU)SB
bold goods In any quantity, i'hooi
Madiaun tSSL
[ 6KOON D-H AN D MACHINERY Ol?
; of every descrlptlrn bought at full
??lue. CLARENCK COSBY. 1523 13
Cary. St. I'none ' -adl-on ?58?.
WANTED, A ROOMY. ONr>HORSE
spring dray. Address D 171. care
Tltnes-Dtsputch.
W.VNTED""" A*' T H OR01 ': G 111,Y It 11 OK E
coon and 'possum dog. Give descrip?
tion and price, o 315. American Bank
Building. Richmond. Va._
W A N T E D. SECOND-HAND STEEL
witter tower, not less than thirty
feet high, and carry tunic of not less
than 1.500 gallons. AJdress .1 917.
ca rc Times-Pis natch._
i Coal a no Miaou.
I KINDLING WOOD. EXCELLENT FOR
i light cooking. 31.50 hcU-cord. Phone
Madison 177. SAMUEL II COTTRELL
_& SONS._._
LONG HAI WOOD THAT BURNS FREE
and makes quick bout. Just the kind
for summer use. also tilling up cel?
lars for next winter at summer
prices It's line. Yard: 1506 West
Broad. Rhone: Madison 1009.
j BIG REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF
wood. Now Is the time to put In your
I winter's supply of the best hickory
stove wood In the city, cut to pro
I per lengths, ready for use; lutrns
j longer and makes hotter fire thun
nny other wood. Phone Madison 411.
VA. AND N. CAR. WHKKL CO.
_^otteeff._
A $3.000 STOCK OF NEW PATTERNS
in negligoe shirts must bo bo sold ut
cost. This stock Includes puttcrns
Which will please the most fastid?
ious of men. Also a good selection
of straw hats at and below cost. M.
H. QARNETT. Eighth and Main._
WANTED, THE fUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAHNKE BROS. Jewelers. 912
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sll
ver always takon In exenanae._
UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES
PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD
pieces reuphoistored. Mallrosaet
renovated neatly. Sanitary methods;
Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND?
LEY, 711 East Broad. Macjlson 32U4.
SHOE IkliP?lKllsKl
75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, 60c
ladles,: every pair Be wed; best leath?
er: no nails, no pegs. Royal rub?
ber heels, 25c; TrcU-Alr rubber heels.
40c; lcatner heels rebuilt like new.
26c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SliuE
FACTORY. 716 East Main. Phone
Monroe ?667._
TENTS AND AWNINGS.
KEEP COOL; SLEEP IN A TENT. WE
I make them .".ny i:Ize. Prices reason?
able. H. E. COP E LAND CO..INC,
Awnings, Tents and Flags. 1 hone
Muutson 3676._
PANAMA HATTERS.
PANAMA AND STRAW HATS CLL.VN
od, bleached, block, retrlinttied
AMERICAN HAT CO.. Hatters, Filth
and Marsi? .1_
WATCH KBTAIRLNO.
TOUR WATCH REPAIRED OB
cleaned by WM. TOB1EN, JR. Is a
guarantee that it Is done properly.
Twonty years' experience. Cleaning,
11; main springs. $1. 408 Et??r ?road
Streat. 411 work guaranteed.
MATTRESSES-! MATTRESSES!
WE SEND FOR YOUR MATTRESS IN
the morning, mnke It over HUe new.
and return It to you the same day.
New hair mattresses a spoclalty. JA
COB UMLAUF- Phone Madison 3292
LAWN MOWERS.
THE BEST IS NOT TOO GOOD. THIS
Is why there are about 500 satisfied
users of the genuine Pennsylvania
mowers in Richmond. We also carrv
the cheap stuff as low as $2.50. if
you can't find It, go to McGRAW'S.
1440-42 E. Main Street._
BAKERY.
ONE LAYER CAKE. 15c (SO NICE);
six loaves bread for 25c; four-pound
raisin cake. 50c. DRINKARDS,
42:i 1-2 North Sixth_
TO LADIES. YOUR HAIR.
YES. WE RED YE AND REMAKE
faded switches. puffs, etc. Our
charges aro very model ate. RICH?
MOND HAIR EMPORIUM. 221 Broad
Street._
LADIES. YOUR HAIR
YES. WE DRESS PUFFS FOR 15c.
set, while vou wait if desired. RICH?
MOND HAIR EMPORIUM, 221 Broad
Street.
fTTCvE SEVERED MY CONNECTION
and retired from the firm of E. K.
Langhorne & Co., Mr. E. K. ?ang
horne succeeding to the nama and
good will of the firm. The copartner?
ship was formed for the purpose of
.doing the following contract work
on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway,
as follows: At Reusens, Va., Abort
Va., Gllmoros Mills, Va., Buchanan,
Va., Basic City. Va., and Fort Spring,
W. Va. The Bald contracts having
been completed in full and all obli?
gations arising therefrom having
been paid, therefore this notice. Any
parties holding claims against the
said firm on account of the said con?
tracts must present them by mall
within fifteen days to the under?
signed at Yancey Mills. Va.
_F. H HERRING.
' ^aleb^ropo?iTl?.
WANTED. BIDS FOR SCRAPING AND
painting toll bridge across Roanoke
River here. For particulars applv to
Box 236. Clarksvllle. Va._
_ifeettngg.
"^ A STATED COMMUNICATION OF
Metropolitan Lodge. No. 11, A.. F.
/V\& A. M . will bo held In the Ma?
sonic Temple THURSDAY EVENING,
August 10, 1911, at 6 o'clock.
Members of sister lodges and trm
sient brethren are cordially Invited.
By order of the Worshipful Mastor.
W. N. WATKINS, Secretary.
? MONEY TO LEND
On Richmond City, Suburban* and
High-Class Farm Property. Large
amounts of money oft hand.
SUTTON & CO.
The Valentine Auction Co.
AUCTIONEERS
.618 EAST HUOA1) ST.
?15.000 stock groceries, store
fixture8. horse. wagon. iiar- \
Mess, buggy, etc.. mr. t. a.
davidson. jr.. 120o perry
STREE1 (CORNER TWELFTH AND
PERRY streets), SOUTH rich?
MOND. AT AUCTIONt
TO-day (THURSDAY), AUG. 10,
beginning at 10:30 o'clock.
Iron Safe. Cash Register, Account
Register. Refrigerator. Ice Box. Show?
cases, Scales. CoIYee Mill, etc.
Original cases of Arbucfcle's Coffeo,
Octagon Soap, Early June Peas. Gold
Dust. Starch, Asparagus, etc., barrels
Molasses, HcrrlnSS Vinegar. etc.
Large Slid full assortment displayed
on shelves, consisting of Canned and
Bottled Goods of all kinds. Laundry
and Toilet Soaps. Smoking and Chew?
ing Tobacco, Brooms. Flour. Sugar,
Teas, Coffee, etc.
Everything strictly first-class condi?
tion. No old stock. Trade invited to
attend. Sale positive.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
9i;ctiur^^^s^J^urc
A. J. Chewnlng Company.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
OF
NOS, 112 AND III NORTH THIRD
STREET, FRONTING 43 FEET AND
10 INCHES ON THIRD STREET.
BETWEEN MARSHALL AND CLAY
STREETS. WITH LARGE HOSPI?
TAL BUILDING THEREON.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated November 16, 11)09. of record In
the clerk's office of the ^.Richmond
Chancery Court. In D. B. 201-A. on page
347. d'-fault having been made In the
payment of the debt thereby secure i.
and being required by the bencticlury
so to do, we will sell by public auc?
tion, upon the premises, on
MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1011.
at 6 o'clock P. M.,
the above mentioned property, which
Is bounded on the south by a 15-foot
alley and on the north by a private
alley 8 feet and 10 inches wide.
This very valuable property should
. command'your attention. Here Is an
i opportunity for a most profitable In?
vestment.
TERMS: Cash.
A. ,T. CHEWNING.
F. M. BOX LEY.
Trustees.
By Pollard & Baghy.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE
OF
ATTRACTIVE CORNER RESIDENCE
NO. 5100 FLOYD AVENUE.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Chan?
cery Court of the city of Richmond.
Va.. entered on the 29th July. 1011, in
the suit of "Virginia Trust Company,
etc., vs Hillowell S. Page and othors."
therein depending, the undersigned
special commissioners will sell at atten?
tion, on the premises, on
TUESDAY' .AUGUST 15, 1911.
at 6 o'clock P. M .
j the real estate above mentioned. This
two-story brick dwelling situated ul
the northwest corner of Floyd Avenue
and Rowland Street, hns Just recently
been completed, and is well and sub
j stantlnlly built. The lot has a front?
age of 25 feet and a depth of 135 feet
to an alley In the rear.
TERMS: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the
residue in two coital credit Instalments
of six and twelve months, respective?
ly, carrying interest from the duy of
sale, the purchaser to give negotiable
notes for the credit Instalments, to be
secured by a deed of trust upon the
said real estate; or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser.
A. W, PATTERSON.
E. M. LONG,
' Special Commissioners.
I certify that the bond required by
the above decree of the special com?
missioners has been duly given.
Given under my hand this 4th dav of
August, 1911.
Teste: CHAP. O. SAVfLLE,
Clerk
&eal Estate toe Bent
^r^EEi^&rREDLi"
Rent Specials
Possession at once.
$270?419 W. Main St., 5 rma. and store.
200?3209 W. Taylor St., 10 rooms.
Possession August 31. 1913
900?2021 Grove Avenue, 14 rooms.
500?Hermitage Road, 10 rooms. Pos?
session October 1.
400?614 hi N. Ninth St., 12 rooms.
360?421 W. Main St., store and dwell?
ing. Possession August 3.
360?1201 N. Twentieth St., 9 rooms.
?"0?1603 W. Main St.. S rooms.
?00?1613 w. Main St.. 7 rooms."
300?1611 W. Main St. 7 rooms.
300?Railroad Ave., Ashland. 8 rooms.
238?1403 W. Mnln St., 7 rooms.
270?1100 Dickinson St.. 7 rooms.
264?1 130 .W. Marshall St., 9 rooms.
240?620 N. Twenty-seventh St.. 7 rma.
240?Virginia Ave., cor. Burns, S rms.
240?816 North Avenue. Brookland
Park, 8 rooms.
216?401 N. Twenty-ninth St., 8 rms.
360?1201 North Twenty-first Street,
10 rooms.
360?lft7 w. Clay. 8 rooms.
420?414 W. Grace, 7 rooms.
300?931 W. Clay St.. 9 rooms.
300?3333 Park Ave., 9 rooms.
240?3207 W. Cary, S rooms.
FLATS.
Possession at once,
j $ ISO?501 W. Grace St.?first and sec?
ond (lats?S rooms.
360?Bollevue Apartment. No. 3, 7 rms.
270?1020 w. Main St, 1st flat. 4 rms.
ISO?2106 E Grace St.. 1st flat, 5 rms.
Possession Aug. 31. lfHl.
son?1844 W. Grace St.. 1st flat. 8 rms.
600?1846 W. Grace St.. 2d flat, 8 rms.
540?401 Franklin St.. 3d flat. 8 rms.
4S0?312 S. Third Street. 2d and 3d
flats. 8 rooms.
450?910 W. Main St., 1st flat, 8 rms.
Heat free.
450?90S W. Main St., 1st flat, 8 rms.
Heat free.
450?910 W. Main St., 2d flat, 8 rms.
Heat free.
450-^401 E. Main St.. 1st flat. 5 rnu.
450?906 W. Main St.. 2d flat, 8 rms.
Heat free.
360?R-ilevue Apurtment. No. 6. 7 rms.
3r,n?Bellevue Apartment, No. 6, 7 rms.
360?Bellevue Apartment. No. 2, 7 rms.
270?401 E. Main St.. 2d flat, 4 rms.
2(0?60S S. Pine St. 2d flat. 7 rms.
ISO?2106 E Grace St.. 1st flat. ". rms.
ISO?209 N. 29th St., 1st flat. 6 rms.
150?209 N. 29th St.. 2d flat. 6 rms.
SO NORTH NINTH STREET.
FOR SALE.
REST OF ALL INVESTMENTS,
6% FIRST MORTGAGE NOTES
Secured on Improved Ctty Property.
?r.ooo js.ooo ji.ooo ?1,500
1.780 i.ooo 2.250 1,850
3.500 3.u0o 2.000 1,250
3.500 3.000 2,000 1.250
3,500 3.000 2.000 1,000
3.500 3,000 1,800 000
3.500 2.500 . 1.s00 ?00
3,500 2,500 1.500 500
Green & Redd, Real Estate Brokers
30 north ninth street,
Phones: MadlBOn 3107; Monroe 2100.
] Nos. 2232-34
Etc., Park Ave.
Nine rooms, bath, p.loetrlc lights, hot
water heat. etc.
$45
Per Month
J. A. CONNELLY & CO.
T.-D., 8-10-11?It.
GROUND FLOOR OFFICE
FOR RENT.
1 1 1 8 E. Main Street
R. B. CHAFFIN & CO., INC.
FOR RENT.
The Splendid Busipess Stand
On the south aide of Broad Street, now
occupied by Moses May. Walk-Over
Shoe Store.; HOT East Broad Street. Ap?
ply on tha premises.
FOR RENT.
1223 Floyd A ve.
Eight rooms, bath. etil. $.10 per
month. Will make .necessary repairs
J. A. CONNELLY & CO.
T -D.. S-10-11?It.
Richmond College
An old, strongly endowed College with stan?
dard entrance requirements whose decrees ore
accepted at full value by the lcadlnc universities
of America. Through courses Iri Liberal Arts
lead to degrees of li. A., 13. S. and M. A., and lo
Law to degree of LL. B.
Character building Is emphasize 1, and
the Fatuity dqr-s not permit the Individual to be
lost in the crowd.
Modern, sanitary dormitories with good
boarding facilities. Equipment of every depart
la first class. Expenses are moderate. For
catalogue and Information, address :
President F. W. BOAT WRIGHT,
RICHMOND. VA.
University college of
medicine ? ?sss55;
STUART McGUIRB. M. D.. Pres.
Medicine-Dentistry-Pharmacy
19th Session Opens September 12th.
New building. New equipment.
Eighty experienced teachers.
Excellent clinical facilities.
Modern laboratory methods.
Descriptive Catalogue on request.
Lewisburg Seminary and
Conservatory of Music
j In heart of Allegbanies. 2,300 feet
i above sea; near Oreenbrier White Sul
| pher Springs, halfway between Wash?
ington and Cincinnati, on C. & O. Rail?
way. Through trains. Long distance
phone.
Fine. modern buildings. electric
light, steam heat, baths, gvmnaslum,
etc.
Standard courses, under competent
teachers. In Liberal Arts anil Sciences,
Music, Art, Expression and Business.
Refined, Christian Influence*.
Limited to 125 hoarders. $220 to $350.
Session begins September 13. 1911.
B. O, SomntervHIe, President,
Drawer T, Lew.lsburg, W. Va.
Offers two-year course
in thepractical branches
of the law leading to degree ol LL. ?.
Location unsurpassed. Terms moderate.
Next session begins September 21, ion.
For catalogue and Information, address
W, S. MCNEILL, Professor of Law,
Richmond, Va.
GLOUCESTER ACADEMY
On the Principal's Farm, Sunjtnervlllo.
An Accredited School of the University of
Virginia,
Near Oloticeitter C. H., Va.
Thorough preparation for Colleges and the
1'nlverslty arid for a business Ufo. Special
attention to backward boy*, and the mast
careful Individual supervision. The next ,
session will begin September 7th. Corre- I
spnndence solicited. For circulars apply to |
JOHN TAJ1I1 (Orad. Univ. of Va.), Princi?
pal, P. O., Gloucester, Va.
EDICAL COLLEGE
i pr-yiRciPiiA :
11838
MEDICINE. DENTISTRY. PHARMACY ,
Ssveslj foDMIi Sssiion beglni StaU 11,1911/
Bsctllssl Itberstarj and ellalosl ftetllllM.- I
CIUekU aslabrtow Lltlng ..,=.., oiolertla,
I WrIU for C*uUo{aa 8
Oirutnpttcr TempV.nl. M. 0. In. RkjioMMui. \ *
McGuire's University School,
OTP. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND VA. j
FORT1-SEVENTH SESSION uogins Sep?
tember IS- Thorough preparation for unl- |
varsity or college. Primary department for |
small hoys with separate instructors. The]
Principal will l>n ut 7 N. Belyldera St. attar
August 20. Catalogues at book stores or by ]
m i>>>.
JOHN P. M'OtURB. Principal.
PE?B O D y"
Conservatory of Music
Itiiltlniurr, Md.
nccognUcd as the leading
sndowed rrtuslcai cunierv.
Story In the country.
Scholarships and Diplomas
swarded, circular* mailed.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open dally from 10 A. M. to B P. M.
Admission 25c Free on Haturdaya
There Will Be No More State
Fights Over Distribution o?
Patronage.
CSpeclal to The Times-Dispatch.]
Washington, D. C August 9.?On
September l, so far as the postal ser
I vice of the United States is concorned, '
there will no longer bo any such place
us Bristol. Tenn.-Va. On that date
there will go Into operation at that
place two separate and distinct post
olflces. The new- will be on tho Vir?
ginia Bide of tho State line. The old
office la In Tennessee. There will be
two postmnslers and two entirely dif?
ferent establishments.
To-day Q. E. Goodell. who lives on
. the Virginia side of the lino nt Brla
? tol, cume to Washington, and with
Representative Slemp, called at tlft
Ppst-offlro Department and saw Post.
master-Oenoral Hitchcock about the
matter. As a result of this visit, Mr.
Ooodell was promised that on the
dnte named he would be nominated us
postmaster at Bristol, Va.. and that
Postmaster Roller would continue to
look out for the Interest of tho peo?
ple over the Tennessee side.
This disposition of the matter Is''
tho result of the memorable contest
that took place about a year ago when
Congressman Slemp and the late Con?
gressman Brownlow, of Tennessee,
fought for months to secure the nom- ,
Inatlon of their respective constitu?
ents. Brownlow since has died and
; Representative Sells now holds bla
place from Tennessee In tho House.
The Bristol Tiost-offlco has been the
[ object of many hot political conflicts,
' both the Tennessee and the Virginia
Congressmen whose districts embraced
the city of Rristol. contending for tho
patronnge. distribution. The matter
has at last been settled amlcnbly. and
In a few weeks the postmasters of
Bristol will he located In their re?
spective offices, although the buildings
probably will be located not more than
a hundred yards from each other.
Mr. Ooodell returned home to-night
and will receive his outfit nt an early
date to do business strictly on tho
Virginia side. ^
Store In Burned.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Suffolk, Vn., August 9.?The store o!
A. C. Butler, of nuckthorn, containing
the post-office and a stock of merchan?
dise, was burned to-day. The loss Is
?3.000. with Insurance of ?1.900.
THE JEFFERSON
' RICHMOND, VA. . '
Coolest Hrstutiraut in the fit.-.
Club BrrmkfuM a {Specialty.
Lobby Cooled by Buttery of Electric Fane.
Tho most majnlllcenl hotel In the South.
European plan. Kooms single and en sul'o.
with and without baths. Spacious samol*
rooms.
Hate. per day nnd upward.
Stlantic Crt^Be^octfli_
LEXIHGfON
Pacific nnd Arkansas Avenues. Spacious
grounds adjoin beach and tioardvralk. Only
medium priced hot?l where guests may
so from houso to surf In bathing attlra
without using streets, which is prohibited.
}7ie of bath nouses with attendant to care
or suits Is free. Running water in rooms.
Fresh and sra water baths, public and
private. Special rates SI.50 to S4.00 dally:
?8.00 to S'M.BO weekly Including choice
table supplied from own farm. Whlto ,
Service. Orchestra. Tennis courts and
croquet grounds between hotel and beach.
Booklet mailed upon request.
PAUL 0. ROSECBAN8
r-CONTINENTAL?,
Tennosseo ave., nsnr Beaoh; alwayt
open. Prlvato baths, ?levator; excel
lent table; white service; s: to $3
daily: IS to SH.50 wHlv. Sat. to Mon.,
yi. Booklets.
MAROARET WALSH DUNCAN.
THE OGONTZ
135 Sonth Tennessee Avenue
C. WILLING HARE
Rates. $10.00 to $15,00 Weekly
Summer Resorts;.
NATURAL BRIDGE HOT EL
FOR lYEST AND RECH RATION.
Virginia's leading all-tho-year Moun
I tain Resort. Fine hotel. Write for
1 booklet and rates. Address
W. ?. HAMILTON, Manager.
I Red Sulphur Springs Hotel
mon HOE COUNTY, W. VA.
Now open for 1911 to October 1.
Why not spend your vocutlon at this
famous health resort? Only known
cure for all stomach trouble, lungs.
Rates. ?8.00. ?10.00, ?12.50, ?15.00 per
weok. Apply to
J. I,. DII.LtON. Prop.
^?eIwdge.springs
BotetouM County, Va.
Booklet mailed on application to
PHIL F. BROWN.
CR OF KKTT ~ A It N E> IC -1.1 THIA
SIMlIXdS AIVII BATHS.
Opens Juno 1st Elevation, 2,150 feeV
Cures Nerve us Prostration. Dyspepsia,
Rheumatic und Skin Troubles, Malaria;
Kidney and Bladder Disorders and Fe. :
male irregularities. Clears and beau
titles th0 complexion. Write for book?
let M. C. THOMAS,
Crockett Springs. Va.
(?SBPSsjT HEALTH ?ND PLEASURE"!
JWMHp JZj JJaz? i '( unexcelled climute, mountain scenery,
*^*2r-?>jCi_-y ffTtfr LJl golf, riding, driving, fishing, hunting,
.?a&SL WIF^^^Lf^^^k clc" rn0,lern hotel, rooms %vith bath.
^^W^S / T?te Spring
/^|^ll^SJ|?P^ MINERAL WATER, famous both ir. ,
^?Ni^^4llk^>w >>;?Vvifftn!8 Dr. r. t Ho?. Sl,h-p ?f K?M?4irt?Hrch. SMhiUI?. .4
I vsj^yl?a^^^^^,^ j \I Ii 11 T?TE SPRING CO.. Tato Spring, Tssa.^y

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