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Greater Ittohnioad'a Greatest Nerrepaper
GIIKATtSST WANT AM) HCAI, E9
TATIO MKUIUM IN VIRGINIA, AND
ONK OK THE U1CST IS AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
In Effect June 11, ISIL
Ilall), one i'tm per word vtlicu paid
la advnace. Nu Ad. token for lean tlann
? rn cents.
Uli? and uue-ualf ceuta a nord all
rlnfinincalloaa except Situation Wauled
tor Nuuilajr, Sltuutluu Wauled out' cent j
m word. Nu Ad. Stiuuay taken fur hit
tuun tlfteeu rents.
Nu Ail., takeu fur lean than twenty*
li?<- cenla nlicu pituueu lu or churned
at I be counter.
1'huii, oiilera not Kuafntt'eed.
ClunallicHtluu uut Kuumiiucd utter
?mo I'. j1.
for liualucaa contraeln acml lur ti.c
Wl.lit au. .ilar i ulvuli*. llfiurt.? 1.
KUDl iu.U J| Olt.lO.
LO&T. i m, i :.???_? A l, AU?faT ~17.
uii.cu uruuuiii cinder teiurii tu r.
i_. i INlJAUU liu- c?l Muiu .Siren,
una receive ?iu rewuro.
LUST, fc..NA.>lt.^e.i.> Ui.lVl ia.CKLE.
u.line, Liuuibu ruillCK, on i-uuK, Ito
\%aiu. a'none .tmuiauiL kUi.-j.
Jlp* 1 IUU O. ? .%tvixtx, jVlilj,.
uouil'u, unmarried men, between mua
oi oio.utou unu uuriy-uv?; ctuaxu*
oi uitiieu btuies; oi 0uua charuciej
uuu itsuiperuiu iiuuiia, h/tiu cuu ape**,
lean uuu v. i nu me i^ii&itaii lUiiaYUdgv.
1'01' WUutUjaUUii "W".' IX HnUilillo
Utticer, ezu li- itroau St., Richmond, ui
IjI n. Sycamore ai.. i'Mierauura;, if a.
aiJU~Alth; WA.S'lbl) run uuiui,;,.
meni potation, ?ou muniu. aunu iiuo
tul lor Ual Ol puuiUuuo opuu. |
k RAN it DIN i.^'ni'biL, Uept. Ii? 11,,
Rocncator, N. Y._ _ |
.WANTED, GOOD .s.\ULb.Mt..s~ lNl
eucu town to represent a large
niauufaciui in?, compute , aoua auiury!
uiiu uouimibsiojii iuu^l be in positiou
to purcuuse iroin tilWu to *j,av'j oi
Wie company's o per cent sloe*, coin
puny ib lite largest ol its Kinu in tntt
fcouih. .ludteas sAEEa MANAGER,
jJux City. _
WANTED?YVMlT.fi. BARBER WANT
<id, $1. i^ii." week ?;iara:iieed. M. L
I'UOCi.St., lilackslutle. \ 4.
WANTED,1 ONE GooD BUTCHER. AP
ply to Stall j, first Market. aL
vin KlUsil._
WANTED, X >v 0 WAITERS, APPLi*
... DAN, IS HOTEL,
WANTED, MEN CO EE ARN THE BAU
l>?r trade; beat guying work wltnin
i/o?- ? vi iwur mem ?uiiuorlui u?
mai.d tor uuitiia, book.t*. mailed
Iree. RICHMOND BARBER CUL
LEGE, Richmond, Va,
'Sv ANTED, A REGISTERED DRUG
clerk by September 1; none but a
Kuou, reliable man necu apply; write,
statin jjaaluty v. anted. Audress U
l?l. care Times-Dispatch.
WANTBD, COATJIAKERS AT ONCE:
etiauy wuik. Adurtaa WIlaDlAM
WADiiS. Wilson. N. C. _
VT.\NTl:D, F0 UR REUABDQ IN8UR
a men. 401 bunk of Hicnmond.
>s Bdataaay, i A. M._
WANTED. YOUNG MAN T?> CUT
ii.i.'L-i ?tu^K for printing office)'; um
experienced in ir.-mnt; amaii labels.
Apply in writing to J 2?l, care
Time*-Disputen.
Wa"NTKD, AT" ONCE. SlxTiODDERiT,
general Hue ui castings; steady i
Work tu good men; pie^e work and
ui'.ii atio;>. nvno t>ut ao-icr men netd
apply. A??reii lt. E, ATKINSON,
i'. o. 11 jx tm, Norfolk, Va._ 1
V.* ?? NTi.D.' A 1 'AIff NEK WITh bBV- j
fcrul Ihouaand Uuliara, lO eii^u^-e
with me hi maYlteting one ot the
best electric inventions of the use;
cnuoracd by some of the hlghett ol
tli als and business men of the city,
moat aatlafaciory prutit to business;
busiueas coming 10 us unuoiuitca.
un unusual o[>portuntty for parly
With .????ill capital to ?ccuir a llfe
tltne position with very satisfactory
Income. lJlease. no trltlcra or curi?
os jty seekers taku uj> our time. Ad-;
dross E 129, care Times-Dispatch.
W ANTEDT CDKKKS B Y U7~s. OOV- j
?fernmenC Richmond examination bep
tcrnber 21; preparation free. FRANK?
LIN INSTITUTE, Uupt. tl& h.i
Itochester, N. Y.
VV ? NTH U. Y U ? N G MEN to DE ARN |
the automobile buslnoos; positions se?
cured cotnpetciit graduates. U1CH
MuND ALTO bCHoOL, ?lo W. Broad
t-treet._j
Di.L ij CLERK WANTED; MUST BE
able to i efclfittr In West Virginia.
SCOTT BHos., Charlehtoti. "W. Va. j
^tiuatioii5^5Hanrc?. itiaU.
ilKQi STB RED DH U gg IS t. " Tl IoR -
oughly qualified to manage any size
drug ibualness, wants position as
manager or clerk, can show results.
Address, L 4 64. care Tlmes-Dlspatcn.
!W?NTED, POSITION BY W hit e
uiiin to do healthy outside work
e 786, oare Tlmes-Dlspatch.
^XnTED,' POSITION AS boo 1< KEEP
er and stenographer by young man
with experience; can furnish beat
references. Address THO. a. BOND,
Dumberton, N. C.
y"?T:'ng iT?n wXnts~poslTibN~~?s
hotel clerk; two years' experience".
Address H 264, care Tlmes-Dlapatch.
"7??N? MAN fWliNTY-TWO YEARS
old desires position with chance of
promotion; outdoor work preferred;!
good reference. Address H 581, cure
Tlmea-Dlapatch.
yol'no E.\T>V 1 ? KSllt es" i ;0""s'l"f i ON as
typewriter operator; experience on
eeveraj makes; rapid and accurate
copyist; not a stenographer. D 7us,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
WAN T E d. POS iT i?n~?S~B?OK K e FI p
cr or general ollicc work, hy man
with years of experience; now em?
ployed. Address d 740. care Times- i
Dispatch._
Wanted, position as c^SdiTi^ct?r
or olty salesman; three years' expe?
rience; can furnish hejit of refer?
ences. F 840. care Tlmes-Dlspatch. [
Wanted, p?sTFi?n as clerk In
grocery store; four years' experi?
ence; can furnish best references.
F S39, care Times-Dispatch.
??DATEN PRESSMAN-PROOF READ*!
er?Young Tnan of several yours'
experience with best weekly in
Georgia, desires position. john q
HERRING. Tlfton, Ga. _
IlTUATION as OFFICE MANAGER
or credit man; IB years' experience;
up-to-date methods; host references
as lu quallflcationa and ability.
Would Invest In attractive proposi?
tion. Address W. c. da It ROW. Gen?
eral Delivery, Pittsburg, Pa.
^Y ANTED, m:"~YO~?ng~M?iN WITH
seven years' experience, position In
retail store; city, town or country.
Pest references; sober and Indus?
trious. Address c. ii. j., 1610 Park
Avenue, Dynchburg. Va.
WANTED. r?SITl?N by WHITE
man; does outside work. E 786, caro
I Tlmes-Dlapatch.
DETECTIVE SEEKS WORK by DAT;
city or other towns; rates reason-J
nble. Address KANSDER, 415
Thirty-third Street, Richmond.
^clp ?Mantel}, female.
"wXn t1^7~~an~1ExpTjW en^
nogruphor; stato ago; also salary
desired; references Address o 145,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Wantep* ~7s~sett"Lf,d woman to
nurse and clean. Apply Immediately,
102 East Graoe
UNDERGRADUATE AND PRACTICAL
Nuraes' Bureau: also caretakers.
Madison S85-L. Calls promptly sup?
plied.
?fettuationt ?aante?. JTtmalc.
kx iu-:TtTk'n cf'?^^'VotTNa Tady
wants position In tailor shop for
full Soanon, as helper "n coats, trou
rora or repairing*. Address MISS M.
?M. WAKD, Humpass. Va.
ENGLISH OKNTLEWOMAN DESIRES
position V4 companion! experienced:
references exchanged. L 4?3, care
Tlmea-Dlspau h.
WANTED, BY a VOUNCl lady. a po?
sition to teach the primary classosj
in English ^nd music; experience
more essential (Han salary, .maiiki,
BRUNBR, Route 8. K.chmoiil. Va
rsuuuuioiis, tjioittisiunt-t i
WAN IKr"). "By "YoUNO^LAi/y '?'K'^fix-1
pcrlonoe, position as teacher In prl-:
vute fumily lor the coming session. |
will teach the usual English
branches and music. Address MISS
"I''.," care Postmaster, Hanson's, Va.,I
Buckingham county.
A~ LADY Ol' KXl'KltlKMJI-:. ANi)]
holding first-grade certificate, tic-1
?Ire? position uh teacher in primary
or grammar grades. Testimonials
and references furnished. Address
miss Edmunds; uox .01. Houston.
? Va. _
WANTl-JlZ POSITION as TKACHKK
for small children, or companion
or housekeeper. Address 11, 1'204
Eust Grace Street. City.
AN EDUCATOR ~?f i.o.Sf. AND -uc-1
eesHtul experience desires position In
an established school or college.!
1-atln, Greek. French, Kngllsh. Hier-1
ature. history and mathematics;]
hiitln-st testimonials, Address Box
4, Esmont, Va.
teacher~wit7i ex PsTiTiencb and
holding first-grude certificate, desires
position to teilen graded or high
school, r'-f cronri-i given. Address
Lock Box 14. Blackstone, Va.
Sgenta ^ame?.
MAKiJ ?S 'X da Y ; LIVE SPECfALTY'.
?ample free; attractive proposition.
Write to-day. home XKKDS CO..
121 Brewer Street, Norfolk. Va.
cT^oimioya turn s??aii:sinctt.
WAN T EU. s a desman *i' a1. I AnG ON
general stores and manufacturers to
?eil kerosene and luoi letting oils as
u side line. Will pay good commis?
sions. Address P. O. Box HI 6, Rich
mond, Va.
?yrutfLsionai j^ieiy tatfaiuco.
Wanted; 'i wt. it lady teachers
holding first grudu certificates, for
one-room schools In Mahgohlck Dis?
trict, King William county. Va.:
salany, $10 per month. Apply to
K. 11. SWEET. Etna Jdllls.JVsi._
I'EACH EPS WANTED 1 UK FALL VA
canclcs In Virginia und Southern
Stales; schools supplied free. Satis?
faction guaranteed. J-.. W. CK1DDLV
Manager Virginia Teachers' bureau,
Manchester. Kichmdnd, Va.
?otue?.
tTI'is^is^to notify ~<;eor'?e'"o.
Tenney and any other person or
person's who may he Interested In
one lot of household goods stored
In my warerooms, Coi West Main
Street, and for which George U. Ten?
ney hold.. Itemized storage receipt,
d.tted May 0, KiuX, that unless stor?
age and all other charges are paid
on or before. September 7. 1911. the
same will' he soid at public auction
by the Virginia Auction Co., at their
rooms. C1C East Broad Street, on the
above dale at 10 A. M., to pay said
charges. W. FRED RCHARD30N.
WANTElT THE I'LBLIC to knu?
that JAHNKE BKUS, Jewelers. 1*12
Dual Main Street, buy. sell. . ; cnange
and ue.mount DIAMONDS ln the
DATE.tt STYLES, old gold and Ml
v.t always taken In exenanao_
A |3.0oO STOCK OF NE'n PATTERNS
In negligee snirts must be be sold at
cost. Tnls stock Includes patterns
I which will please the most fasttd
1 loua of men. Also a good selection
of straw huts at and below est. xi
11. GARNETT. Eighth and Xlain.
flpuauiea? ?^aporrunuies.
Fol: kent." BlXlLDlNii SUITED Fol:
larg? livery and sale business. In
new but ?iesirablu section Wash?
ington, d. C.; jutit the chance for
horse man. Address owner, w. F.
Nash, Washington, D. C._
WE WISH to GET IN touch with
people who haVu from 1500 to $5.GOO
to inveat In the S per cent preferred
stock of one of the oldest, most
widely known and progressive manu?
facturing companies in Virginia. The
business has been in existence thirty
ycura. and KaB paid large and contln-j
uous dividends. We also have several
good positions to ?fter to our in-}
Vostors; salary from tit" to $300 per;
month. For full particulars write at
once to SALES MANAGER. Box 123. |
Richmond, Va._ _ _
wan "Fed. a partner with sev
eral thousand dollars, to engage;
with mo In marketing one of the;
best electric Inventions of the afte.j
endorsed by some of the highest of?
ficials and business men of the city:1
most satisfactory pront to business.!
business coming to us unsolicited; i
tin unusual opportunity for parly1
with small capital to secure a life- i
time position with very satisfactory
income. Please, no triilers or curl-j
oslty set keys take up our time. Ad-,
dlress L 42'.', care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Coal auu ii?Uoo?.
LONG HA! WOOD'THAT BURNS FREB \
and makes quick heat, just the klndi
for summer use, also filling up cel?
lars for neXA winter at summer
prices It's tine. Yard: 1506 West !
Broad. Phone: Xladlson 1068. !
KINDlTlNG WOOD. EXCELLENT FOR j
light cooking, J1.50 half-cord. Phone I
Madison 17 7. SAMUEL H. COTTK e LI.
{summer J?oarbincr
uixKHOK LEACH. vA.? SAV KlflSOT^ |
tage; on the bench fron:, nil modern ;
conveniences. Send for circular. I
References exchango.l. CHAS. R. 1
SAY RE. Uuckroe Beach, Va.
THE SAINT LOUIS COTTAGE. OCEAN '
View, opposite Virginia Bny Station;!
bathing, boating and fishing; Lome,
comforts; special rates to families or
parties; meals and bonrdlng. IC. J. :
BRADLEY, Proprietor._'
Pat c n t?-^ra^marbfl!._
Fftof BCTlV Jj' PATENTS FitOCURED '
pi on.ptly. Our books. "The I'rotec-1
tlVO Patent"' and "l.otters of Patent;
Succ -s.s." sent on request. Personal]
service guurnntr-cd. BBBLER &
ROBU. Patent and Trademurk L?w
yers, 220-233 McGiii Bldg.. Washing
ton, n c_
Automobiles (or feale
! PCJlT^sA I.E. A I'TOMOBTtTb ; ROATK
sler; perfect running order; Just
right for physician; would exchange
for pair of horses. Address k 791.
care Timos-Dlspatch,
CTT?LMERS AUTO.MOBU.F. FOR PALE;
1910 Model; five-passenger: looks
well and In perfect condition; fully
equipped: four now tires anti Inner
tubes; a bargain tor some one; own?
er going away, and has no further
use for lt. R. T. MATTEfON & CO..
Petersburg, Va._
&oomg ?M?hteb.
wa'nted.^'two" '^ol^'^TlfI^eb^^IaH^?
housekeeping rooms; furnished com?
plete; permanent; rofcrences. Ad?
dress F 877. caro Tlmus-Dlspatch.
TWO CONNECTINO aECON^'W?RY
rooms; unfurnished; on Grace (or
near); abovo Fifth; with prlvato
family (or few others); end board.
"PERMANENT." onre Chlldroy Drug
Co., First ?.nd Bronfl,
3Real ??tateWanterii
u'eT^r'WfwnTRTAbis
with BLANTON & CO., 1108 Bast
Main (roar first floor Travelars'
Bullding).
DAILY PUZZLES'
What Indian tribe?
anmwch vi;vii:'inAfj i'czzlb. ,
Gl??iny.
EoR SALE' CHEAP. SOME ' VERY |
line second-hand trunks, .-ult casts,
hand bags. etc. Apply JEFFERSON I
lAiAN OFFICE. 1705 East Main._
Volt SALE CHEAP, ?OME VERY
fine revolvers and guns. Apply
JEFFERSON LOAN OFFICE. 1705
East Main._
: CHEAI\~ALL KIND& OF iECONlJ
liuud mechanical tools. Apply jef
I FERHON LOAN OFFICE. 1 705 Eu?t
Main Street._
SB VERA L USED FORD CARS WHICH
we have taken In exchange for latest
modelt,. These curs now being thor?
oughly overhauled end will paint If
desired. Will send Instructor homo
with out-of-town purchasers. FORD
ALTO CO._
STRUCTURAL IRON, STEEL AND
pipe of ew.-ry description cut to order.
CLARENCE COSBY. lf,23 East Cary
Street, Richmond, Va.
I)N I LARGE, SECONDTiaSDsSAFE*;
In good order; will deliver same.
Address QUICK-CASH, Post-Office
Box 123. city.
ST EAM HEATING PLANT COMPLETB,
I with holler and radiators good as
new: one set Jones wagou scales.
_I Bt.'FORD & CO _
Ti-'H SALE. ONE 4-PASSENGER TRAP*
$(0. ONE OPEN DELIVERY WAGON.
$55. These are bargains. THOS. H.
_DUKE & CO.. 804 Brook Avenue.
C11 o 1 C E Y .:??. ? N G W 11 it KW Y A NI " ?tt F.
chickens; Fishcl strain. Apply to C.
E. BIBB, Sliort Street, near North,
Forest Hill Annex.
WE HAVE .JEST RECEIVED A CAR
load of business wagons, both top
and open. If you need one give
us a call. We guarantee good ser?
vice. A. MEYERS SONS, 731 East
Cary Street.
i FOR SALE, A RETAIL DRUG STORE
In a thriving town; splendid oppor- j
tunlty for any one. The business '
ist successful to an unutiunl degree.
Parties interested can get particu?
lars from V A UGH AN ? ROB E R T SON
I DRUG CO.. Richmond, Va._
GRaWioPH?NES?COLUMBIA GRA
phophones with fifty records. $30, u
bargain; cash or credit; doubie-d'sc
records, 65c. repairs. TALKING MA?
CH INE co, 701 Eait Main._
"ICE CREAMS." ALL, FLA V O KS AND
styles. WINSTON'S. Pnone Mudison
_2 263._
FOR SALE. LARGE DIEBOLD (FIRE
and burg'.ai-proof) safe; double
doors, with combination lock. Inside ',
chest for money and securities, with ,
time lock; snltablo for small bank
or large mercantile house For ex?
act dimensions and price, address
Drawer 924. Roanokf. Va.
fy?h s?i~.r."" thrT.e~shares of
I stock of the R. L Barnes Safe and
! Lock Co.. par value JlOu, at a dls
j count. Address X. Y. '/... care Post?
master. North Emporla. Va.
FOR SALE, SAFES A_4ND VAULTS AT i
wholesale price. THE VICTOR SAFE
AND LOOK CO. Sales Agent. W. C. !
Allen. 800 Pine. Philadelphia, Pa. .
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY OF
of every description bought at full
value CLARENCE COSBY, 1528 ?
Cary St. Phone 'ladlaon IBM._
wanted, io uux kuxi%.asr. moiise
bold goods In any qaa.nity Pbooe
, Martiror 3861._
w A N T E d. SECOND-HAND STEEL
water towel, not less thn.i ?hlrty
1 feet high, and carry tank of not less
than 1,500 gallons. Address J 377.
care Tunes-Die natch._*_
! WANTED, QNE SECOND-HAND Lo?
comotive, rod type, 36 inch gauge.
23 to '.'f, tons, with detachable tend?
er; aiso ilv<> (5) good logging cars. '
36 Inch gauge. 30,000 pounds' capa
clty. VA. LUMBER AND BOX CO.,
INC.. Petersburg. Va.
HOUSE CLEANING. MATTING iTXY^
lng. waxing and staining doors, win?
dows washed; new houses a spe?
cialty. WILLIAM JOHNSON, Mon
I roc 3120. _
two-cTjNNECTING BOOMS FOR
storage; central: price, $6. Address
C C6S, care Tlmes-Dls]>atrh.
! WANT ED. TO~B? Y ~ FOR CASII7 ?LT)
gold and old sliver; any quantity.
I F.. C MEYER JEWELRY CO.. 317
East Broad Street._,
WANTED. SMALL SPACE^?R~DESK
room in centrally locTtted building.
Address B 575. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
WANTED. A GOOD RUNNING FI V E
or seven-passenger car, any standard
make; will trade city or suburban
real estnte or 8 per cent preferred
stock of a well known manufactur?
ing company for car. Address
SALES MANAGER, Box 123, Rich?
mond. Va._
igetgonatt.
I CUTLER. LADIES' TAILOR. FOR?
MERLY OF 717 1-2 WEST MAR?
SHALL STREET, HAS MOVED HIS
PARLORS TO 218 NORTH THIRD
STREET (BETWEEN BROAD AND
GRACE). WHERE HE NOW IS
RETTER PREPARED TO TAKE
ORDERS FOR YOUR FALL SU I I'?
ll E HAS A FULL LINE OF ALL
THE LATEST STYLES AND PAT?
TERNS TO SELECT FROM. PER?
FECT FIT AND WORKMANSHIP
GUARANTEED. PRICES REASON'
\ ABLE.
OUR WORK OUR REFERENCE. '
A PERFECT FITTING, STYLISH
GARMENT 18 ADMIRED BY
EVERYBODY'. THAT IS THE KIND
WE MAKE. RIGHT IN PLACE.
RIGHT IN STYLE, RIGHT IN
QUALITY. SATISFACTION GOER
WITH EVERY ORDER PLACED
WITH US. CALL AND SEE OUR
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS. H. SCHOS
TOOK & CO.
EARLY FALL ANNOUNCEMENT.
LADIES, WE BEG TO CALL YOUR AT
tention to the fact that the firm of
BUDMAN & DAVIS Is now ready to
take ordors for your fall suits at the
roducod price of $85. Wo have a
supply of matorlal that will sur?
prise the woman who cares for style.
Our workmanship is the bti6t. A call
will oonvlnce you and wo feel sure
you will take tho advantage of this
offer. Rospeotfully, BUDMAN &
DAVI8, 040 W. graoe. Phono Madi?
son 0011.
HUMAN HAI" BOUOH1 AND SOLD
at HUOHF,P'R. 800 NorH? Third
"isAenl ?b?t.ite for &alt.
TID*K\^ATlifrrYfri
gains, Wu can suit you. Write
to-day, BO.MMEUVILLW TRUST CO.,
rNC, Newport New?, Va,
ACCEPTS TALI. TO ALABAMA.
Frederlrksburg HtnlMcr Will k<> i? New
ClmtKr In October.
I Special to The limes-Dispatch.]
Frederloksburg, Va.. August JJ.?Rev.
?iKirj? K. SCschary. of this city, haa ar
cepted n coll to St Thomas'? BpllCOpal
church in Qrtengvltle, Ala. He will eater
Upen his charge tlit.ro on October 10 next.
Tli? Virginia Life ami Advent L'nlon will
hold Its annual vamp meeting at Screamer
ville. in Spotsylv.inlu county, hear this city,
beginning next Sunday, t.. continue len
days. Ministers from .1 distance will do
the preaching. This camp is always largel)
attended.
Miss Bva II. Tyler, daughter of Mr. nud '
Mrs. Frank K. Tyler, of 1I1I? city, wh6 grad?
uated recently us a trained nur.?? at Gllfton
Springs. N. V., has taken th<- (State board
exnnilnutlon In Now VOrk, and passed with ,
high honors. She is now n registered nurse
In that Slate. , |
Denth of Martin it. Pollette.
Marietta. Ohio, August 22.?Martin
Dewey Follette. eighty-four years old.'
died here to-day of paralysis. II? was'
a noted crlmlnologlst and .Jurist, and
was judge of the ohio supreme Court]
from 1S-3 to 1S>>7.
-Sac?I (tistare tor i&an
T'oi'isale. 01 k.:<-r from owner.
good six-room house for $775, rent-';
_illg_JK;0. Ho.\ MS. City.
FOR AN IMMEDIATE sale. FOUR
neu- six-room houses; nil detashedl |
largo and deep lots; In a go.id r?-nt- j
lug neighborhood, rental value), $.V> j
per"month; no Information given over'
phone. ' Call at olllce. AU. 14,500;
$2.000 cash; balance easy. AMOS >t
POINDEXTKK. 200-201 Travelers' '
Building, '
TWO BEAUTIFUL HOMES IN WEST
End; modern In every way; If In?
terested, ca,U Madison 6606, or write
C 691, care Times-Dispatch.
WHY PAY RENT WHEN IOU CAN
own your own home at a monthl\
payment less than rent '.' Wo wilt!
build or uuy you a home or pay
off the mortgage, and allow you to
return same at ttie ruto of $7.oU per !
month for each $1,000. together with .
6 per cent, simple Interest. Fol
Information address B. A. RICHARD?
SON. jr.. District Manager, No.
American National Hank Bulldtiiic.
Richmond. Va._
FOR SALE, A SMALL FARM ON"
Seven Pines Road, about one mile j
from Richmond, lo or 12 acres. Ap?
ply to E. J. DIETRICH, -." a East I
Slain Street._
A GOOD PAYINO DRUG STORE. M r.
fixtures and clean stork; be quick;
owner has other btiswiess. Address
G 136, care Tlmes-Dlspatch._
FOR SALE, BEAUTIFUL WATER
front home; til modern conveniences,
overlooking Fortress Monroe, Hump
ton Roads; boating, bathing, fishing:
large lawn, shade trees; two minutes'I
valk to cur. For further information
address S. H. W.. care Postmaster.
Euekroe. Va._
r ^Rooms' for .v.ctit.
LARGER ATTKAt.'Ti \' E ROOMS F?~R
rent, with or without board, two
connecting rooms suitable for light
housekeeping, $6.50 per month Room
and board, ladles. $2.50 a week and
up; gentlemen, i.i 60 per week and
up; home comforts. No. 500 North
Twenty-ninth St. _
WANTED. YOUNO OENTLEM A n
share nice front room with another:
board convenient. 112 South Fourth
Street._
FURNISHED HAUL ROOM; PRIVATE
family. 507 North Sixth Street.
NICE, AIRY HALL ROOM; PRIVATE
family. 216 East Franklin. Madi?
son 7393.
WELL FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
gentlemen or married couple: bath
and telephone. At IIP. East Frunk
Iln._
LARGE. AIRY, FURNISHED ROOM:
transients. 322 East Franklin Street.
Monroe 1509.
R??3lS~Foit RENT Kl! RN I SH ED OR
unfurnished, with or without table
board; private bath; terms very
j reasonable. HO South First Street.
NIrF LARG !?:. WELL FURNISHED
room at 322 East Franklin Street.
Phone Monroe 1J09. >
LARGE, F?r?flSHEP FRONT ROOM; |
2321 Stuart Avenue. Thonc Monroe]
_546._
VERY DESIRABLE, LARGE NICELY |
furnished room: ull conveniences;
centrally located. 302 East Grace ]
Street. Phone Madison 6693.
3\eal Cstatc for SrUnt.
FOR' RENf ,'"aTTRACTIVe"dWELL
lng -jf nine rooms and two bath
rooms; large lawn and luble garden:
Forest Hill Park: will rent for one
year beginning September 16. 1911.
Address L 477, car0 Tlmes-DlspatCh,
F?R It KN T ,~Ho 1'S !-:7FF R N 1S H E1 1 OK
unfurnished, in Glnter Park. Call
before Wednesday night. Monroe
2499-J.
parting.
BOARDERS FOR DESIRABLE ROOMS.
also table boarders. 209 E. Grace.
DELIGHTFUL ROOMS. WIThHb??RD;
also table board. 401 East Grace.
ROOMS, wiTH~~B?ARD. MRS. b7~S
SMITH. ::?.! East Grace.
ROOM'S. WITH GOOD TARI.TTbOARD;
reasonable rates. 1003 West Grace.
W11 EN YOU COME TO rTcHMOND
stop where you can get a nice, clean,
comfortable bed for 60 cents: Ire -va
ter. bath nrvl Dliono free 1002 Easi
Clay._ ]
REFINED COUPLE, WITH REFER-J
enees; large second-story front room.!
202 West Grace.
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR BE?Td
tiful large and small rooms. Apply
103 East Crane._
Sins! CHARLES K. BOVVERS, 115
East Prank Street, handsomely np- 1
pointed rooms-, with board; table
hoard a specialty. j
|3omrrr'---?i^jHii^ J
"FOfl IsTleT ONE PONY. HARNfcfsS
and rond car; In good order; can he '
seen by culling at 1223 West Leigh
Street, City._ ]
VoK SALE. PR"lZE~"('C)CMlN" china
bantams, with chicks. Apply 1510
West Avenue.
TWO"'Y??N'G MEN " WANT"~ TABLE
board near Cherry and Floyd Ave?
nue; state terms and hours Address
AYTA1I. P. o Box 401. City.
"WANTED, TABLE HOARD BY TWO
gentlemen, mar twenty-two hun?
dred 'block Park Avenue Phone Mad.
Ison 7760-J or 66U5. _
YOUNG LADY WANTS 'BOARD BY
September 1; south of Broad, cen?
tral; reasonable; references c*"
changed. Address C 670, care Times
Dispatch._
^i?ccUaneouB._
UP 11 ?LST E RIN Q AND MATTRESSES.
PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD
pieces rouwhoistered. Mattresses
renovated neatly. Sanitary methods;
Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND?
LEY. Ml E'ost Broad. Madison 3204. 1
SHOE REPAIRING
16o HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, 600
ladles,; overy pair sewed; host leath?
er- no nails, no pegs. Royal rub?
ber heelB. 25o: Tred-Alr rubber hools.
4uc; loathor hools robullt llko new.
250. DREW'S ELECTRIC BUOil
FACTORY, 716 East Main. Phone
Monroe 3667._
TENTS AND AWNINGS.
I KEEP COOL: SLEEP IN A TENT. WB
make them any size. Prices reason?
able H. IS. COPELAND CO., INC.,
Awnings, Tenta and Flags. 1 hone
Madison 2576._
ANTIQUES.
YOU CAN GET OHNUINB ANTIQUE
furniture at O. 3D. LYDA'8: also an?
tiques and other furniture repaired,
polished and finished. Antloueg
bought. 18 West Main Street,
auction &ale?. ?Xfjte Bap. Auction ?ale*. TO* ?ai>.
"~\"iH?/i.nTa AUCTION CO.,"^AuTuoneer3.
I >i North Seventh Street.
AUCTION SAL.I-: /
OF
The Nicely Furnished Residence of
705 East Leigh Street
Wo will soil, for the owner*, who are leaving the city, at their residence,
7''0 Bast l.Hgh Street.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23. 1011, AT 10:30 A. M ,
ree-plece Mahogany Frame Parlor Suits. Odd Chairs. Kockers. Tablet,
Leather Couches, Mahogany Slope Top De?k. Combination Bookcase and Books,
Axmttister Druggets and Uuks. Pictures. Mantel Mlrrort, Brlc-a-Brac, Vases,
etc.; Mall Hack and Chairs, handsome Quartered Oak Chamber Suit, with
mirror front; Wardrobe to match, Brass and Iron Hods. National Springs. Kelt
'.?nd Hair Mattresses, Pillows, Quilts anil Blankets. Sheets. Spre.ids, Quartered
i ??? 1< an.I other Dressers, Stands. Toilet Sots, Wardrobes, Carpets, Matting and
Druggets throughout the house; Quartered Oak Sideboard, Pining Table.
<".".air.'-. Crockery and Glassware, etc. Also a lot of other goods too numerous
to mention.
Sale positive. TUB MS: Cash. I-ndlcs Invited t"-attend.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.,
Auctioneers.
The Valentine Auction Co.
AUCTIONEERS
O 1 e EAST BROAD ST.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
FORD MODEL S AUTOMOBILE.
Ry virtue of a deed of trust, duly ]
recorded In the Chancery Court, dc- ;
fault having been made In iiayinotit
of note therein described, and requlFOd
so to d'> by the note-holder. I will sell
at public auction. In front of the auc?
tion salesrooms of The Va'etitln? Auc?
tion Co., 018 East Rroad Street.
at 12 o'clock noon on
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23.
a Ford Model S Runabout, No. 2527
Newly painted, four-cylinder. 20-horse
power, three seats: equipped with
lamps, horn. etc. This- car Is in stood
running order, -and will be fully dem- ]
onstrated morning of the sale.
TERMS: Ca:=h.
O. E. WEITZEL
Trjstie.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
Auctioneers.
auction &ate*.^3uturzjjmvi^
The Valentine Auction Co.
AUCTIONEERS
? 18 EAST BKQAI> ST.
PALMS, RUBBER PLANTS. NORFOLK
ISLAND PINES. ETC..
AT AUCTION.
We will sell at our auction sales?
rooms, No. tils East Rroad Street, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26TH,
at 10:30 o'clock A. M.<
about 150 Palms, Rubber Plants, Nor?
folk Island Pines and miscellaneous
plants (mostly palms). Sale positive.
Saturday. August 26th, 10:30 A. M. In?
dies Invited
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
?lt?cellaliEOiis.^
CD. E ANIN(i AND PHE^ING^" '
CALL LA TOUCHES. MONROE 2419.
when you want high-class cleaning,
pre.-siiie. etc. 6. South Second Street.
MATTING LAYING-. WAXING ANI>
staining iloors, windows washed, no\i
houses a specialty. WILLIAM JOHN
SUN. Monroe 3120._
FINE UNHOiuSTBRING AND "MAT?
TRESSES.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND UP
nolstcred; mattresses made over like
new; furniture and china packed
and shipped JACOB UMLAUF. Phone
121)2._
WATOIt IV ?31'A1 KINO.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OH
cleaned by WM. TOBIEN, JR, Is ?
sruaruiitee that It Is done properly.
Twenty years' experience. Cleaning,
81; main springs, SI. 408 East uioud
Street. ?.11 work guaranteed.
PANAMA HATTERS.
PANAMA AND STRAW RATS CLK.v.N
ed, bleached. block, relrlmmcrt.
AMERICAN HAT CO., Hatters. Fifth
and Marshall _
MATTRESSES l MATTRESSES!
WE SEND FOR YOUR MATTRESS IN
tho morning, make It over lllto new.
und return It to you the samo day.
New hair muttrcssus a specialty. JA
COB UMLAUF- Phone Madlsor. 3393
ANTIQUES
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE
Furniture repaired. polished and
packed; uuholstorlng, etc. L N. AR
NALL & SON. 318 Brook Ave. 'Phono
Madison 6277.
CHI'fBORAZO SHOES.
WANTED. BUYERS FOR LADIES'
velvet pumps, the littest styles, $2.50
and S3. J. R. GOODE & SON.
WANTED. YOU TO KNOW WE HAVE
tho celebrated Chlinborbvo shoo in
Oxford, latest styles and toes, patent
lcutliers, viel and tans, 83.60 and 84.
J. R. GOODE & SON. Fifteenth end
Main. _
^law Sot ?ent^
FOR" RENT. "MODERN SECOND
apartment, nine rooms; tiled bath?
room; six large closets, pantry, etc;
two porches ovorlooklng broad lawn;
separate entrance and buck yard;
steum heut; detached building; half
block from car line. Owner occupies
first apartment. Possession at once.
2517 Grove Avenue.
LOVELY SEC?ND^TORY FLAT ~?~F
four rooms on Monument Avenue,
near Boulevard; all modern conven?
iences; possession at once. Price,
F-T, month. Phorie Madison 71US-J.
Full RENT. SEPTEMBER 1, SECOND
floor flat, four large, bright rooms,
in excellent condition, to couplu or
_sninll family, 1024 West Main.
FLAT OF FOU R ~NICE~R0"?"MS- FOR
110; 21 South CherryJ Apply 127
South Laurel.
WANTED" a" TENANT FOR FIVI?
. room flat: Forest Hill car line; city
conveniences; rent cheap; furnished
?ir unfurnlshod. Phone Monroe
8958-J._
?&>ealea ^Dropo?alK.
?TVeN' lIXEKIt 'OFFICE. 920 SEV
entoenth Street, >.'. W., Washington,
D. ('., August 23, 1911. Sealed pro?
posals for dredging In James River,
Virginia, will bo received at this office
until 12 M, September 22, 1911, and
I than publicly opened. Information on
: application at TJ, S. Engineer OfTlco,
28 North Ninth Street, Richmond, V 1.
I W. C. LA NO Fl TT. Uiout.-Col. Engrs.
Summer &c?ort#
mM RIDGE SPRINGS
Botetourt County, Va.
Booklet mailed on application to
PHIL P. BROWN.
Natural bridge hotel
FOR REIST AND RECREATION.
Virginia's lending all-the-year Moun?
tain Resort. Finn hotel. Write for
booklet and rates. Addross
_W. O. HAMILTON. Manager.
Red Sulphur Springs Hotel
MONROIS COUNTY, W. VA.
Now open for 1911 to Ootoher 1.
Why not spend your vacation at this
famous health resort? Only known
fours for all stomach trouble, lungs.
Ratfti. $9.00, ?10.00, $12.50, $15.or. per
I wook. Apply to
J. I.. DII.LION. Prnn.
Atlantic Citj? ?e?ort?
Capacity, 150 Guests.
RICHMOND AND EQUAL POINTS
VACATION OPPORTUNITY
$3.00 ROUND TRIP
Via Keller Station to Wachaprcague. Bal
ancc (arc refunded one week stay, to in?
troduce to you the BEST SUMMER
HOTEL and' BEST OUTING south of
' Wilmington, Del. Surf bathing, boatinp.
Fishing. Better than old Cobb's Island:
was in its day. Nearly one-fourth mile
; verandas around entire building, and with
? our big rockers, swing chairs, shady lawn.
I sandy beach on ocean, we challenge yotl
I In find better outing or more homelike
comforts at SO per cent, advance. (Free
i bowling and pool to guests.) Send (or
; 8-page descriptive booklet to A. H. G.
j MEARS, Wachapreaftue, Eastern
i Shore, Va.
I The St. Charles,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
j M?sl .friert Location Irontlnsj (bo .. icb
! With an established reputation for its
I excluslvcness and hlgh-clsss patronage.
I Thoroughly modern and completely
1equipped. Courteoue service. Batbreomi
with hot and cold, fresh and sea watet
attachments, showors, etc. Orchestra.
Extensive porches overlooking the
Boardwalk and Ocean. Always open.
Qolf Privileges Illustrated booklet.
NEWI IN HAINES COMPANY.
THE OGONTZ
135 South Tennessee Avenue
C. WILLING HARE
Rates. $10.00 to $15.00 Weekly
i-Hclllc and Arkansas Avenues. SdswIous
grounds adjoin beach and boardr.ntk. Only
medium priced hotel where guests may
go from house to surf In bathing attire
without using streets, which Is prohibited.
Vse nf Imth houi.es with attendant to c*re
for suits Is free. H?nning water In rooms.
Fresh and sea wnter batbs. pnbllc and
private. Special rates gl.BO to s* 00 dally;
$g 00 to fll.BO wrrekly Including choice
table supplied from own farm. White
Bervlce. Orchestra. Tennis courts and
croquet grounds between hotel and beach.
Booklet mailed upon request.
? FAUL O. BOHKCBANB
HOTEL IROQUOIS
South Carolina Avenue and
| Beach. Capacity, 400. ICO ocean-aide sunny
rooms. Private baths, running water In
rooms. Elevator. Music. White service.
Special rates. |14 up weekly; ?2.10 up dally.
Booklet. W. F. SHAW.
Richmond College
An old, strongly endowed College with stsn
dsrd entrance requirements whose degrees are
accepted at full vslue by the leading unlversltlos
of America. Through courses In Liberal Art?
lead to degrees of B. A., B. S. and M. A., and In
Law to degree of LL. B.
Character building Is emphasise!, and
the Faculty does not permit the Individual to be
loat In the crowd.
Modern, ^sanitary dormitories with good
boarding facilities. Kquipment of every depart
Is first class. Kxpenacs are moderate. For
catalogue and Information, uddress :
President F. W. BOATWRIGHT,
RICHMOND. VA.
Miss Winston's
Primary School
For Girls and Boys,
Will reopen September 36 at h?r father's
residence, 2607 Hanover Avenue.
Madison 7452-L.
EDICAL COLLEGE
[ Or VIRGINIA
1911
MEDICINE, DENTISTRY. PHARMACY.
SeraAtr-feorfli Stake bsjtM Seat, tt, till/
Igacsllsar UswsUr* ?a? stlalssl r?clUll,i.
'cuastto saUbr?e?. Litlsg UfMM msdsrala,
Itfrttt fcr Cessio*-?* 8
CJ>rW-r ToopU? M. D. Peso, WcSonsJ. V?
McGuire's University School,
OPP. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND VA
FORTY-SEVENTH SESSION begins Sep?
tember IS. Thorough preparation for unl
vorslty or collego. Lower School for small
boys. Principal at 7 N. Bnlvlduro St. Hours:
S to 13 A. M-; 2 to t P. M. Catalogues at
book Moron or by mall. Thon* Mndisnn ti7l.
JOHN P. M'OIIinE. Principal.
SPECIAL BAROAINS.
Jackson Ward
$1,700 will buy two good houses on
North Second Street, paying 129?.
Central
?3,600 will buy a 12-room detached
brick and frame house, North Tenth
Street, renting for ?360 per annum.
See us at once about those.
_ PObliAnn & BAOBY.
jfecboclo.
COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AM) AIAUY,
WIlllamNburg, Vlrsrlnleu
A college, modern in equipment and
?strong In educational enlclency. and
yot the oldest In the South and tho
equal of any Institution In America
In richness of traditions; healthfully
situated on tho historic Peninsula on
the C. & O. Ry. It offers:
1. Full Academic: Courses leading to
A. B.. It. S. and M. A. degrees.
2. Courses In Education to prepare
teachers and superintendents for the
public ?chool system. Scholarships rep?
resenting about one-quarter of the ex
I enses may be secured through tho
school superintendents by students pre?
paring to teach.
Total cost per session ranges from
$145.00 to $2no."0.
Write for Catalogue. Se??lon opens
September El, 1911.
II. I.. BRIDGES, -lietrl?lrnr.
mm
AR
RIDGE]
INSTITUTE ?
FOR BOYS. 60th Yesr.
Prepares for CoIIcec, for il.Mr.tr, for Life.
A hr?t?hful ?tnic <lib-r? |er>?d?? this school.
Sttonc CurUtisB Influcns... I tcsl rlij.le.t ?o?i
rootn.nl. -,Oo4,l Country-'? in ?he f-wlhlll. of
th? tl'.u? lltdse Mount.ln.. Hllh lUnd.rd. Ot
?ehel.Mhtp. ilnnor ly.t.m ?od ?tardy principles
ot Am.rli-?n m.nhood Initill.4. ?Ihlotlo ?nemr
ai?<t. IrnestlnL thii ichool b?fnr. decIJIns whsre
to ttad your boy. Non-d.nomtn.iloD.al.
1.1. t M.H.HOIT,rrlicliil?!??". "litMl?,H.C.
RICHMOND ACADEMY
Richmond, Va.
Tenth session begins Soptomber It.
The Dean Is now at presidents office,
Richmond College
For catalogue, address
WH, t,. IMUM'B,
Dean.
Phone Madison 2342-.T.
PEA BODY
Conservatory of Music
Baltimore, Md.
Recognized as tho leading;
tndoweri musical cinserv.
atory In the country.
Scholarships and Diplomas
swarded, circulars mailed.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF
MEDICINE ?
STUART McOUIRB.M.D., Pres.
Medicine-Dentistry-Pharmacy
10th Session Opens September 12th.
New building. New equipment.
Eighty experienced teachers.
Excellent clinical facilities.
Modern laboratory methods.
Descriptive Catalogue on request.
Statesville Female
College
This College stands for a Thorough
Education; for Christian Influences;
for Kind Supervision of Boarders; for
Moderate Prices. Board and tuition,
?162.00.
Send for Catalogue and bo convlnoed.
Rev. J. A. Scott, D. D., Pros
STATESVII.LEI, N. O.
I Richmond Training School,
for Klndergartners
1014 East Broad fit., Richmond, Vs. Re
ipena September 26, 191L
Two yrnra' course In Kindergarten theory
and practlcta. Post graduate work ana spe?
cial classes open to other teachers. For
further particulars addroea LUCY 6. COLB
| MAN, Trlnclpal, Buokner. Va
Woman's College
Richmond, Va., |
Located In the beautiful, historic and
cultured city of the Pouth. Lars* mat,
able faculties, trained In the belt
Universities and Conservatories cf
this country and Europe. Specialists
In their dapartmonta S men, 16 wo?
men. Carefully arranged courses ot
study lead to the degrees of B. Lite.
B. A., M. A. and B. Mus. Health re?
cord remarkable. Accommodations
drat claaa. Early application Import?
ant. Next seslon basins September
17th. Terms moderate. For catalogue
and other information, address
JAMES NELSON. M. A., LL D ,
President.
MILITARY
SC. H O ? L
*t
oxford, N. 0,
For over ttnti tills sahool has trained roans raeo to bo o.f rtrona bsdy?
actlro mind* ?r>4 high Meals. Character Ural hero. Oar graduates ?re our
b?>t rsceramcndsUoa, Our loeatien is remarkable for hemUKfalneas, natural
beaut/ sod freedom Crom bod Influence*. While tha discipline ts military, a
?urong home atraosphars pnrrnlta. Every ber rocetrea Individual attention,
Healthy ethlstloa osccmraged.
This School U ?rtiotssd tr Governor Erechen. Jht-Oorejoar Oltnrv
Ex-CoTurreoiman Oklnaer, Gen. Julian B. Out. ObJof /ujrdo* Waliar C'.atk
Harth daroll?e. 5Vr handevyno oaoak?, write
COL. j. C. B?RNER, Osford, K. C.
l^WITffl^flTaaPT!
The South Carolina Presbyterian College for Women
Owned and controlled by the Presbyteries of the Synod.
Christian Influences and Homelike Surroundings.
High Standards and Thorough Courses.
Collego ot Liberal Arti and Science*.
Conservatory of Music,
and fluslnets. .
Schools of Art, Bipresilot)
Modern cortv*al?nc*?. HeaKlafst
Large and able faculty. Iloatitlful ground*. Elegant hjilldl _
11 mate. Location In PWdmont tccHon. Charte* low and term* liberal.
A GOOD SCHOOL IN WHICH TO EDUCATE YOUR DAUOHTEIt.
For catalogue and Information, address
n<BV. S. C. DYKD, D. D., President,
t;fe?nvHI*4 *?-?>.

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