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Greater lUehuiund'* Greater Newspaper
GREATEST WANT ami HEAL ES?
TATE MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA, AND
ONE OK TUE BEST IN AMEItICA.
Want Ad Rates
In Krfrct Juno LI. ltll.
Iiiiiiv, one cent per word when paid
In advance. No Ad. tnii.cn for leas.than
ten cents. $f
Oue and one-halt cent* a word all
cluftslilcatlona except Situation Wanted
for Sunday. Situation Wanted, one cent
a word. No Ad. Sunday taken for lean
tunn fifteen cent*.
No. Ail*, tnkeu for lea* than twenty
five cent* when plioned in or charged
at the counter.
I'boue ordera not guaranteed.
ClaaalUcatlon not guaranteed after
0i3O I*. M.
For uuelneaa contract*, aend for the
Want Ad. Mani phone Monroe 1.
jSS??ip ilt?L?illt?. itULlt.
"w^VNTeST^YOUNG MEN TO LEARN
tho uutomobllo business; positions'
secured competent graduate*. RICH
MOND AUTO SCHOOL, 91? W. Broad |
Street.
COMPETENT OFFICE MAN; STJENOG-1
rupher and bookkeeper. Address in
own handwriting; give uge and ox.-!
perlene?. II 82, care Times-Dispatch. ^
WANTED, VIRGINIA REGISTERED
pharmacist; one capable of Biking
charge of store; married or single.
Address MUTUAL DRUG CO., 15ig
Stone Gap, Va._
WANTEL), FOR U. ?. AKMTt, ABLK
bodieil, unmurrled men, between iges
of eighteen and thlrty-flvo; citizens
of United States: of good character
and temperate habits, who can spealc,
read and write the English language.
For Information apply to Recruiting
OMiccr, 82o E. Broad St., Richmond, or
151 N. Sycamore St.. Petersburg. Va.
WANTED. A POSITION AS MANAGER
of farm; am experienced In prac?
tical up-to-date farming and stock
raising and the care of samo. Can
furnish references. C 688, care
Times-Dispatch. _
WANTED. EXPERIENCED BUTLER.
300 West Frunklln.
WANTED, JOB PRESSMAN FOR 'I^M-I
poxary work. THE FRANKLIN
PRESS CO., Petersburg. Va._j
WANTED. BRIGHT," ENERGETIC
buy. 12 to 14 years old, as oflice boy.
Apply In own handwriting. Box
_026. City._
WANTED, MAIL, CLERKS, CITY MAIL]
carrlersi, clerks In the government
offices at Washington. D. C, stenog- :
raphers anu typewriters; October ex-i
iimlnullons everywhere. Thousands
of appointments. Average salary1
about ?1,100. Very rapid promotion. ,
No "layoffs." Short hours. Annual
vacation Common education sutti
clcnt. City an<j country residents
equally eligible. Political Influence'
unnecessary- Send immediately for
Schedule giving places and dates of;
examinations, lrnriedlate action ab?
solutely necessary. Free coaching.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. N 78,;
Rochester, N. Y._
HA VING DECIDED TO MAKE DIS-1
cases of children a specialty, I
want a competent man to take my
practice here. Z. L. WEAVER, M. D..
Mlddictown. Va. I
WANTED. TWO INTELLIGENT
salesladies; positively best refer?
ences must be furnished. Apply
COLES. 309 East Broad.
WANTED. FIRST-CLASS MATTREHS
m?ker and cabinet maker. SVDNOR
fit HUNDLEY, 402 North Seventh
Street._
WANTED. EXPERT PLUMB1 ; AND
steam fitter. K 139. care .':/ties
Dlspaich.
"w A NT ED, EXPERIENCED SODA
clerk. GRANT'S DRUG STORE. 1201
East Main.
? "PAPER BOXES?STAYER'. WANTED;
experience necessary. 1333 East
Franklin.
PLUMBING! ELECTRICITY OR
bricklaying taught In three months;
positions secured: catalogue free, j
GREAT EASTERN TRADE SCHOOL I
66 East Thirty-second Street. New
_York City._j
BARBER S. TWO FIRST-CLASS.
MODEL BARBER SHOP. 911 East
Main Street.
W A NT ED. "YOUNG M EN (WHITe'Tn D
colored) to prepare as. firemen,
brakemen, motormen. conductors,
sleeping car and train porters. It
you wish position on Virginia roads
write Immediately. Name position
wanted. No experience necessary.
Enclose stamp. INTER. RAILWAY.
ln-pt. AS. Indianapolis. Ind._
W-Ul.tUlbUb U~ianwU. jfJUU.
w" ANTED-, P^S^fl?N^^BT~~^r?~UNG
American wjio can speak and write j
fluently Spanish and French. Dj
763, care Tlmea-Dlspatch.
CIVIL ENGINEERING GRADUATE,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1310;!
year's experience railroad drafting;
neat, rapid letterer; good computer1
and Instrument man; now employed;
permanently; will consider change;
referencs. a 624, care Tlmes-Dls-|
patch
MAPPING. DRAFTING; ?OMP?TA"-1
tion of strains, etc. Any kind of en- j
glneerlng work executed with ac?
curacy. J. H. ROBERTSON, Wily.
Va._
WANTED. POSITItTs AS LOCAL IlE
porter on dally ; aper; best refer?
ence* given. Address L 217, care
Times-Dispatch.
COMPETENT, EXPERIENCED STE
nographer, a law graduate, wants
position in law office as stenog?
rapher or assistant. Address J 114,
care Times-Dispatch.
REGISTERED ASSISTANT; DRUGGIST
wants position; Al references; single;
graduate: three yaars' experience ,
_^ Address Box 258, Suffolk, Va.
POSITION "AS CREDIT AND COL
lectlon man; ability to collect and
hold customers's trade; ten years'
experience; now employed with
lurge manufacturing concern, but
want to locate in Virginia. Address
Box 831, Charlotte, n. C.
REGISTERED DRUGGIST OPEN FOR
position. Address L 218, care Times*
1 )lspatch _
^elp Wmxtta, female.
"!66$if&?:en tTTexp&r i~Els;CEr3^'t^
nographer, with college education,
wytnts position. Address J 115, care
Times-Dispatch.
WANTED. A YOUNG LADY STENOO
rapher. Apply in person only to
THE CONSOLIDATED PAPER CO.,
1210 East Cary Street.
WANTED. A SERVANT FOR FAMILY
three grown people. Apply 2214
West Grace Street.
WANTED, A "BRIGHT GIRL TO OPER
ate typewriter. All. copying; no
stenogrnphio WjOrk. Address Box 9O0,
Richmond, Va.
WANTED, A YOUNG LADY WELL
acquainted with grocery business, to
answer phone calls and attend to
'books. Apply 318 West Broad, Hazel
grove'B old stand.
WANTED. AN -EXPERIENCED DTN
lng room maid: none without refer?
ences need apply. 500 West Frank
lln Street._
igftnUntorjf nnn fioalpftntpi.
SaY^MAN W^NT^r5---A FlfiST
olass, energetic, up-to-date live-wire
to sell our stock and poultry rem?
edies to dealers only in Virginia on
salary. Unless you can convince us
that you are able to Oellver tho
goods and have a clean record do
not apply. Address,'giving your age,
three references, experience. Sales
Manager, THE MAGIC FOOD COM
1'ANY, Chattanooga, Term.
6?~i ,i citors Wan ted. k^tjthern
NOVELTY CO.. 30 North Eighth
Street
ftftuations <?23auteb, ^female. !
xvXnted' po1htb5n^'S5y young,
lady of refinement as governess. Ad- I
dreBB A 619. carp Tlmea-Dlapatoh.
UNDERGRADUATE AND PRACTICAL
iiurnoit desire calls. Madlgon 885-L.
Dioicsj?ional <i^ntc?~
T^fA^flTElts WX&hstS FOR P?SI
, tlons open at salaries from ?600 to'
?1.600. Address THE INTERSTATE
TEACHERS' AGENCY, Now Orleans,
La._ '
TEACHERS WANTED for FALL VA
jancles in Virginia and Southern
Status; schools supplied free. Satis- I
faction guaranteed. R. W. CRIDL1N.
Manager Virginia Teachers' Bureau, j
Manchester. Richmond. Va._ ]
W A N T E D?P ARTIES WISHING 1
teachers for small children, nursory,
governess or mother's holpor notify
THE VIRGINIA T BACH BBS'
BUREAU. Manchester-Richmond. Va.
TEACHERS FOR URGENCY EMERG- |
ency calls. Grades, rural and prin- ;
clpula. Can place 100 men and wo- i
men. Full particulars. SOUTHERN
TEACHERS' AGENCY, Columbia,
S. C_
~?ituattom*7!P tottsiaiomh
a^Xady~h?Lding a first giluTe
certificate and having throe years' j
of successful experience, desires a
position us teacher In a public
school. Box 74, Lilian. Va.
POSITION WANTED A3 TEACHER OF
public Bchoor (or as governess); two
years' experience; hold State certi?
ficate; reforences, testimonials. miss
HELEN gray. Saluda Va. _
wanted,?p?sitojh?to?tttach
small children. MISS s. K. GORDON,
Corbln, Va._I
experTenced music teacher,
wAth three years' experience In pub- ;
11c school work desires position-best
references. Address MISS ANDER
TON, Saluda, Va._ J
an EDUCATOR of LONG and ..uc
cessful experience desires position in]
an established school or college, j
Latin, Greek. French. English, liter?
ature, history and mathematics;!
highest testimonials. Address Box I
4. Esmont. Va._ I
WANTED, PUPILS to COACH BY
graduate of Woman's College. Ad?
dress "TEACHER," caro Southern
Clinic, City.
the CONSERVATIVE i^VE^TCTR. |
seeking a true Investment, would do
well to call by and witness demon?
stration of the electric device on ex?
hibit at No. 2S North Seventh Street,
city. This 1b a 7 per cent, guaran?
teed security, with the highest in?
dorsements, with every potential of
paying large and continuous dlvl
dents; agents wanted. h. F.
SMITH'S ELECTRIC LOCK STRIKE
(INC.), No. 2b North Seventh Street.
'Pnone Monroe 733.
QR?Tn g E GROVeI big PROFITS;
goo<i apples sell higher than good
oranges. Apple? grow, In a high,
healthful country. w)th plenty of
good water and no mosquitoes. With
a *b!g freeze you lose oranges, trees
and all; not so with apples. The
area adapted to apple culture Is very
limited. Amtierst county has the soil
and altitude. ? i have some good
propositions along the foothllla of
the. Blue Ridge mountains from 110.
000 down, lid to 115 will pay your
expenses to see what i have. W. W.
HILL, Amhcrst, Va._
10 PF.R CENT. NET ON YOUR MONEY!
SOMMERVILLE trust COMPANY.
INC., Newport News, Va. Au?
thorized capital 1100.000. .,2.000 buys
lot In this growing city. Rental In?
come 10 per cent. net. Why let
your money He Idle or earn any leas
when you can get this much Interest
1 for it? Write for information about
this and oth^r fine; Investments,
larger and smaller; and about this
w,onderful city. We can make you
6 per cent, nut on sums of ?100 to
?500._
WANTED, a PARTY with ?3.000 to
?5.000 to manugo or control an es?
tablished , shipping liquor business;
must havo best reference and busi?
ness ability. Address E 810, care
Times-Dispatch.
'^vantedTYoT'no MAN who CAN in
vest ?150 with services In proiitable
business. Phone; state references.
Address g 22, care Times-Dispatch.
&2ent? J??antc?.
XgTeNTsHwANT ? dT^TTH G??lTc'?>f
nectiou, for the sale of well-known,
highly matured Scotch whiskeys;
terms liberal. Apply D. A. RHINE
, & CO., Limited. Letth. Scotland.
!_' _SU>om? torJRent._
! VERY DESHIABLE, LARGiT NICELY
furnished room; all conveniences;
1 centrally located. 302 East Graco
Stroet. Phono Madison 66S2._
NICE PARL0R~R?0M. SUITABLE FOR
gentlemen or office. 716 East Mar?
shall.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR G~ENTLE~
men or married couple; use of
bath and telephone. 410 North
Seventh Street.
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN CAN
find nicely furnished rooming accom?
modations; Park Avenue, two 'blocks
from college. Phone Madison 5340.
ATTRACTIVELY FURnTsHED ROOM,
second floor. Southern exposure, con?
venient to bath. Apply 215 East
Franklin Street_
WANTED, AT ONCE, TWO GENTLE
men for front rooms. Call Madison
1803._i
TWO MEDIUM-SIZED ROOMS ON
first floor, furnished or unfurnished.
Ill East dry. Phone Madison
1626-L._
FOR RENT, THREE NICE ROOMS,
with private bath: terms reasonable.'
Apply 3209 West Cary Street.
WELL FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
?gentlemen or mnrrled couple; bath
and telephone. At 113 East Frank- j
lin.
MRS. CHARLES K. BO~WERSi 115
EaBt Frank Street, handsomely ap?
pointed rooms, with board; table
board a specialty.
LADY TO SHARE ROOM' WITH AN
other. Phone Madison 1416-.1.
A REFINED CO ttPLB "" OR TWO
ladles, or two gentlemen for large
front room. References exchanged.
203 West G?ace.
SECOND STORY FRONT ROOM. WITH
good board. 1003 West Grace.
several young^ien15rXc??ple
to board and room In prlvnte family;
West Avenue. Phone Madison 7500.
boaRDERS f'oITdESTR?'BLE^R?OMS;
also table boardcyt, 209 East Grace.
WANTED. C??TLE OF GENTLEMEN
or married couple for bright rooms,
with board; home comforts; table
board. 100. corner Adams and Maljt,
SMALL BOARDING H OITS E;" REASON
able rates. 1003 West Grace Street.
WANTED, BOARDERS AT 315 E A ST
Franklin; also table boarders. MISS
PALMORE._ _
._?OtitelBJ?._
WANTE^>T~TTlnr~^^
that J AHN KE BROS. Jewelers, 912
East Main Street, buy. sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sil?
ver always taken In exchange '
MUSCOE H. GARnT.TT, EIGHTH AND
Main Streets, agents for Stetson's
special hats. All tho fall shapes In
stiff and soft now on sale._
i&Uit* W&nnttiTT
\?ANTT2b. SECOND FLOOR FLAT OF
4 or 5 rooms by three adults: must
ibo In West End, and terjns moderate,
i -. Address G 12, caro Tlmes-Disatch.
FURNISHED ?R UNFTTrNI SH ED 3
or 4 room flat; West End. Address
G 19, caro Tlmos-Dlspatch. i
DAILY PUZZLES
VvTiat coin?
ANSWEIt TC VESTEIDAT'S I'I /.ZI.IC |
Jackal.
Jfor &ale.
STRUCTURAL /RON. STEEL AND |
pipe of every description cut to order. I
CLARENCE COSBY, 1023 Earn Cary i
Street._Richmond. Va. ,_
ONE STANDARD FIREPROOF SAFE;!
party will sell oJicap for cash, us
have no further use for safo; for
size and price, address P. O. Box 123,
city._
FOR SALE, OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
buggies, runabouts, surreys and
wagons at cost on account of re?
building. Several second-hand ve
hlcleB cheap. TROS. H. DUKE &
CO., 804 Brook Avenue.
TWO- GOOD SEC?ND-H?ND VBNEER
machines. Write for description and
price. Address A 63'J, care Times
Dispatch.
ISO-HORSEPOWER COR LESS EN
glne, in first-class condition. Ad?
dress J 283, care Times-Dispatch.
'FOR SALE. - SEED. WHEAT. LEAP'S
Prolific, one twenty per bushel. J.1
_E. WATKINS. Saxe, Va. _
FURNITURE OF A LARGE ROOMING
house, full of good paying roomers;
reason for selling ill healthy. Ad
dreas K 140. care Times-Dispatch.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS AND ~?~NE
of the best established boarding
houses In Richmond. Best location;
14 beautifully furnished rooms; 30
regular boarders. This is a bargain
for cash. Addre.is H 70, care Tirnes
Diapatch. ..^
WANTED, YOU TO STOP PAYING
rent: Own your own home. We will
buy it for you anywhere you may
select and let you repay us in easy
monthly Instalments of $7.50 p-sr
month on each SI. 000 which our
home may cost, wtfth 5 per cent', sim?
ple interest. The deed Is yours Im?
mediately. We advance the money
for you. Write or come to see me
at once. M. DAVIDSON. 32? West
Main Street. Richmond,- Va. Phono
i Monroe 580.
GRAPHOPHONES?COLUMBIA GRA
, phophones with fifty records. $30; a
bargain; cash or credit; double-disc
recordu, 66c; repairs. TALKING MA
j CHINE CO. 704 East Main._
! FOR SALE, A RETAIL DRUG STORE
in a thriving town;'splendid oppor
| tuuity for any one. Tho business
1st successful to an unusual degree.
Parties interested can get particu?
lars from VAUGHAN-ROBERTSON
DRUG CO., Richmond. Va._
"ICE CREAMS." ALL FLAVORS AND
styles. WINSTON'S. Phone Madison
2253._
STEAM HEATING PLANT; PRAC
tlcally now; also hot aid furnace. J.
BLUFORD & CO.
TWELVE-HORSE POWER (GEISER)
i traction engine; 6 and 18-horsepower
mounted engines: also boilers and
engines; all sjzcs; condition guaran?
teed. I BLUFORD - & CO.
IF IN NEED OF A WAGON FOR ANY
I use, give us a call; full line, both top
and open; lowest prices. A MEYER'S
1 SONS. 731 East Cary Street
j .Real (Estate UMautth.
W^N?ET>T~A"1F?TtNlSHED H^T^L~IN
a town; good transient trade- 407
North Charles Street, Baltimore. Mtl.
: WANTED. A F?I?ISHED~YlOTEL~ IN
a town; good transient trade. A. W.
j JONES. 407 North Charles Street,
Baltimore. Md.
WANTED, A~C?UNTRY STOReTwITH
some land attached. Address 108
South Third .Street, Richmond, Va.
1 ^^^cai^tajejor^aje^^^
FOR SALE, A SMALL FARM ON
Seven Pines Road, about one mile
from Richmond, 10 or 12 acres. Ap?
ply to E. J. DIETRICH. 27'J1 East
Main Street._
FOR SALB, LARGE, DESIRABLE LOT.
75x143, on Fourth Avenue. Hlghlund
Park; no hlling required; nice shaoe
trees. For terms, 'Phone Monroe
2086._
FOR SALE. ONE~OF~THE MOST~DE
slrable farms in the Valley of Vir?
ginia, In a high state of cultivation,
within five miles of the city of
Staunton; one-half mile from Rail?
road depot; deslraible neighborhood:
on good road. Fur terms apply to
CARTER BRAXTON. Staunton, Va.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL
lots in Grace Street, Monument
Heights, at cost; owner needs money.
L 420. care Times-Dispatch.
I)j&eal estate for j&eiu.
FOR RENT,- 2228 PARK AVENUE.
Very attrttctlve new dwelling, nine
rooms; modern in every way. Phono
Madison 77G0-J or 5G22.
^^^^^erstmalfl.
THE PLACE TO HAVE YO?R FALL
OR WINTER SUIT MADE IN THE
RIGHT WAY, I CUTLER, FASH?
IONABLE LADIES' TAILOR (UTE
OF HASS BROS., NEW YORK CITY).
ALL TiiE LATEST IMPORTED AND
DOMESTIC GOODS TO SELECT
FROM. SATISFACTION GUARAN?
TEED. 212 NORTH THIRD STREET
BETWEEN BROAD AND GRACE.
'PHONE MONROE 3276.
L GOLDBERG. LATE WITH KAITF
man & Co., will open a first-class
ladles' tailoring establishment at 202
North First Street September 15th.
Have secured the best novelties In
Imported and domestic goods. We also
have procured the best workmen
In New York. On opening week we
will make up a number of gurments
at reduced prices In order to adver?
tise our workmanship. Safety ladles'
riding habits a specialty. Phone
cfmnections will be made In a few
days._ _
OUR WORK OUR REFERENCE.
H. SCHOSTOCK & CO., ARTISTIC
LADIES' TAILORS. 207 NORTH
FIFTH STREET,
HUMAN HAI" 'BOUGHT "AND SOLD
nt TTITC.fTFS'R. 20& Vorth -r-hlrd
Coal ana Wioaa.
kindling wood.'"excellent'for
light cooking, $1.50 huU-nord. Phone
Madison 177. SAMUEL H fOTTUELL
ft SONS._
LONG HAS BEEN IN THE BUSINESS
over 13 years; It's his specialty, and
you can save by ordorlng oak, pine,
hickory or slab nt summer prices
until S'eptembor 15th. Phono 1069
;1070.
b K C ? N 1J-H A N U MACHINERY Ol'
?f ovyr> descrlptlru bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 J9
Cary St. Rhone ' ladlsoo 1BH._
Wantti>. to uui koi\ v.asr. mouub.
held good* lu any quantity. PboM
Madn-or 3?61. _
WANTED. TO BUY A HOME IN WEST I
End, direct from owner; must be
detached; six or eight rooms. State I
price. Answer quick. Address K j
150, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
wantedTt?""BUY FOR, CASH,. OLD
gold and old silver: any quontlty.
e. C. MEYER JEWELRY CO.. 317
East Broad Street.
WANTED. TO BUY SECOND-HAND j
automobile. Address, giving descrip?
tions and price of car. l 220. curoj
TlmeB-Dlspatch._
Summer J.ioav?jmQ
thTTXunt"l^Ths cottage^ocean
View, opposite Virginia Bay Station:
bathing, boating and fishing; home
comforts; special rates to families or
parties; meals and boarding. e. J.
BRADLEY. Proprietor._
fjyuittfr-'-jm aaa sLiue ifeciutt
gIScSJ-FaTSm^^^ !
willing worker; choice of two Jersey
cows; one (37.50, other $55. Ad
dreaa e. D. DOKSEV, Drewrys Bluff.
? Va. Call Stop 2?. Petersburg trolley, j
j FOR sTaLI3. GOOD] gnETLE "work
horse. Price, $50. 11 West Duval
Street. _
? TTfoltOUGHB It E D AIREDALE
I puppies; also good Boston terrier.
I HOPKINSON. Ivy Depot. Va.
! WILL BUY, IF AT - CHEAP PRICE,
I good, geiuie driving horse and steel
tire runabout or phaeton. Address
Box 137, naming price._
jautomob?eBjior feole
FOR sale? 1911 C'H a L'mTeTpTI'
"thirty." Bargain for quick pur?
chaser. Object of selling to purchase
larger car of same make. claude
m. dean. Room 51. Poat-offlce
'building._
?jL'Ocu-o (L?lanteD.
wantedT room and'bOXrxT.'^pri
vate family; man and wife; no chil?
dren. References exchanged. l 211,
care Times-Dispatch.
? ' . 1 -.
j FIRST" FlLbOR'FLATr THREE'ROOMs.
pantry; range, hath; West End.
Adults only. Suitable for doctor or
i dentist or married couple. $15. Ad
dress CONVENIENT, care Times
Dispatch. _ _
itltscciiaiiEou?..
TENTS' and" AWNINGS.
; KEEP COOL; SLEEP IN A TENT. WE
make them any t uc. Prices reason
I able. H. E. COPELAND CO.. INC..
[ Awnings, Tents and Flags. 1 hone
Madison 2576.
SHOE REPAIRING
75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, 600
ludiee.: every pair sewed; best leath?
er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub?
ber heels, 25c; Tred-Alr rubber heels.
40c; leather heels rebuilt like new.
25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. 7 if East Main. Phone
Monroe S667._
ANTIQUES.
YOU CAN GET GENUINE ANTIQUE
furniture at C. e. LVDA'S; also an?
tiques and other furniture repaired,
polished and finished. Antiques
bought. 19 West Main Street._
AN'l'iQUEa
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
Furniture repaired, polished and
packed: uoholsterlng, etc. I* N. AR
NALL & SON, 318 Brook Ave. 'Phune
Madison 6277.
FINE unhoxsterino AND MAT
TRESSEg.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND UP
holstcrcd; mattresses made over llk,?
new; furniture and china, paolec?
ana shipped. JACOB UMLAUF. Phone
3292._
CHriBOKAZO SHOES.
\ WANTED. BUYERS FOR LADIES*
velvet pumps, the latest styles. t-.oO
and S3. J. R. GOODE & SON.
WANTED. YOU TO KNOW WE HAVE
the celebrated Chlmborazo shoe lit
Oxford, latest styles und toes, patent
leathers, viel and tans, $3.50 and $4.
J. R. GOODE & SON. Fifteenth and
Main. i
UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES j
PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD
pieces rcuphoistered. Mattresses
renovated neatly. Sanitary methods;
Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND
oitd. Madison 3X04.
Fast Broad.
CLEANING AND PRESSING. . !
CALL LA TOUCHE'S. MONROE 2419,
when you want high-class cleaning,
pressing, etc. 6 South Second Street.
""STAINING AND WAXING FLOORS.
OLD STAINS REMOVED. RESTAINED
any color: windows washed. WIL?
LIAM JOHNSON. Monroe 3120.
S?caltb Prciyosal?.
Commonwealth of -Virginia.
Otllce of
I Superintendent of Public Printing.
Richmond. Va., Sept. *4. 1911.
' SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE
1 received a< this ofilce until 12 M. of
TUESDAY", SEPTEMBER 19. 1911.
, for the PRINTING, BINDING. RULING.
, etc.. for Ute State of Virginia for one
, year from October 1, 1911.
Printed schedules, showing In detail
the classifications on which all bids
will be required to be made., will be
furnished to bidders on application.
I Contractors will bp required to en
: ter into bond with security, to be ap?
proved by the Secretary of the Com?
monwealth, for the prompt and faith?
ful execution of their contracts.
The right is reserved- of rejecting
any or all bifld. and the work will be
awarded In such lots or portions as
the superintendent may deem proper.
All bids to bo Inclosed In sealed en?
velopes and to be plainly marked
"Proposal for Printing" and "Proposal
for Binding."
DAY'IS BOTTOM.
Superintendent of Public Printing.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE
RECEIVED at the SAME TIME AND
PLACE for furnishing the following
papers for the uso of the. Common?
wealth:
C00 BEAMS 24x3S !",0-lb. No. 1 M. F.
Book.
40n REAMS 26x86 50-11-,. E. S. Flat
Writing.
250 REAMS 17x2S 32-Ih. Flat.
150 REAMS I6x2i 24-lb. Flat.
: 25 REAMS 17x.'2 24-lb. Flat.
300 REAMS 17x2S 36-lb. No. 2 Ledger.
50,000 No. 1 Rag Envelopes, f. 3-4
; XXX.
25,000 No. 1 Rag Envelopes, 10s
xxx.
Pnpers. etc.. to be delivered at stich
times. In such quantities, and Into such
I places as the s-.iperlntenlent may dl
' rcet. without charge for freight or
.dray age.
Bidders will furnish samples of size
and weights advertised for. Tho right
Is reserved to reject any or nil hlds.
All bids to be Inclosed In scaled en?
velopes and to be plainly marked."Pro
posal for Paper."
Note.?Bids for paper will ho opened
at the pleasure of tho superintendent.
DAVIS BOTTOM.
Superintendent of Public Printing.
Sept. 1-6-8-10-12-14-16.
The Valentine Museum
JCLEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS,
Open dally from 10 A M. to S P. M.
Admission ?&C Free on tterurdsvi
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPJBN 9 AM. TO S p. M.
W oraan's College
Richmond, Va.,
Locate* la the beautiful, historic end
cultured city of the South. Largo an?
able faculties, trained In the best
Universities and Conservatories of
this country and Europe. Specialists
In their departments. S men, IS wo?
men. Carefully arranged courses of
study lead to the degrees of D. LltL,
R. A.. M. A, and B. Mus. Health re?
cord remarkable. Accommodations
first class. Early application Import?
ant. Next seslon begins September
{7th. Terms moderate. Kor catalogue
and other Information, address
JAMES NELSON, M. A.. LU D..
President.
S3EHS
Miss Anne Atkinson
PIANIST
and
ORGANIST
Studio:
201 East Franklin Street.
Private Instruction. Phone Mad. 4688
Richmond Collen
An old, strongly endowed College with stan?
dard entrance requirements whose degree* are
accepted at full value by the leading universities
cf America. Through courses In Liberal Arts
lead to degrees of B. A..I3.S. and M. A., and in
Law to degree of LL. B.
Character building la emphasise 1, and
the Faculty decs not permit the Individual to be
lost in the crowd. .
Modern, sanitary dormitories with good
boarding facilities. Equipment ofevety depart
1s first class. Expenses aro moderate. For
catalogue end Information, address :
President F. W. BOATWRIGHT,
RICHMOND. VA.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF
MEDICINE ? "USSR
STUART McGUIRE. 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.
McC-UIRE'S
University School.
I OPP. MONROE PARK, RICHMOND. VA.
FORTY-SEVENTH SESSION begins Sep
[ tember li. Thorough preparation for uni?
versity or college. Lower School for small
boys. Principal at 7 N. Bclvldere SL Cata
I logues at book stores or by mall. Phono
I Mudlson 6174. JOHN P. M'GUIRE.
Principal.
Fred. C. Hahr
Piano, Organ* Composition.
Pupil of Kullak and Liszt; Con.
servatorles of Stockholm and Berlin.
Lessons begin October 2. Apply tc
W. D. Moses & Co., or by mail to 104
North Linden Street, Rlchmon I, Va.
Miss Campbell's Class
For twelve small girls will begin again
on September 26.
Thoroughness, main object. Special
attention to Arithmetic and Spelling.
For particulars, address
Mlns Carrie I.ee Cumpbell,
319 West Grace Street.
Miss Winston's
Primary School
For GUIs and Boy?,
Will reopen September 26 at her father's
residence. 2607 Hanover Avenue.
Madison 7452-L
Richmond Academy
Park Avenue and Lnmbnrriy Street.
A SCHOOL FOR DOTS.
Tenth Session begins September IS.
Call between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Thone
Madison 626S or 2342-.I.
WILLIAM L. PRINCE. Denn.
Littleton Female College
Our fall term will begin September
20, 1911.
For catalogue, address
J. M. RHODES,
_Littleton. N. C.
Miss Morris's School
for Girls
3 East Grace Street.
September 25, 1911.
Catalogue at book stores or from (he
principal. MISS SUSIE P. .MORRIS,
Principal, 11 lo West Avenue.
Richmond Training School
for Kin?ergartners
101? Eart Brond St.. Richmond. Va. Re?
opens Septemtter M. 1911.
Two years' courso In Kindergarten theory
and practlcf*. Post graduate work and spe?
cial claas'.d t>p?n to ether teachers. For
f?rther particulars address LUCY S. COLE
SI AN, Principal, Uuckner. Vs.
?tbi?enb ^bticeis7~
virginia"Car?fiuif' CheinTcaV'Company.
Olllce of Treasurer.
Richmond. Va.' September 12. 1911.
DIVIDKND NO. 1.4.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE
this day declared fi dividend of two
(2%> per cent., the same being con?
secutive quarterly dividend No. ?4, on
the preferred stock of this company,
payable October 16th", 1911, when
checks will be mailed lo nil preferred
stockholders of record at the o|ose
of business on September :i0th, 1911;
The preferred stork books will be
closed from 12 M. Saturday, Septem?
ber 30th, 1911, to 10 A. M. Monday,
October Kith,' 1911.
S. W. TRAVERS,
Secretary.
; :". jftealeD -Proposal*.
S E A LET^ROl>dsA LS~W I LtTBlTRl?
celvo<) until 11 o'clock A. M. Monday,
October 9th, 1911, and then publicly
opened for the work of constructing
outbuilding and concrete walks ut
Raleigh. N. C, Notional Cemetery.
SpecifIcatlons cnn be had on applica?
tion to this office or from tho Superin?
tendent, National Cemetery. Raleigh.
N. C. Envelopes containing proposals
should be mnrked "Proposals for Out?
buildings, etc.. at Ralelnh, N. C." and
addressed to II. L. PETTUS, Major and
Quartermaster. U. S. Army, Washing?
ton. D. C.
Summer fte?ort?.
Cut Rates September and October.
GO TO j
Wachapreague
Best Outing
IDEAL RESORT?SEA AND INLAND
PISHING.
Natural advantages nlmoat identical to 1
old Cobb's Island. Hotel more than 100
per cent, better.
Long distance telephone and telegraph
connections. Music evenings. tiring
your music and musical instruments.
1 _ Route via Old Point or Norfolk and
Cape Charle?. Eight-page descriptive
booklets Address A. II. G. I 'EARS,
i Wachapreajuc, Eastern Shore, Va.
WJJRAI BRI0fiE)H0t^l
pail REST A>!? MEC11EATIOX.
Virginia's leading all-the-yoar Moun?
tain Resort, Fine hwtel. Write for
booklet and rates. Address
_ W. G. HAMILTON. SinntiKer.
FAIRFIELD INN
IN THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE
' COUNTRY,
will remain open until November 15th.
Lake F?irficld, surrounded by mountains
'? from 3.0?0 to 4,000 feet high, is unmatched
for natural beauty. Autumn is the most
j beautiful time of the year in the moun?
tains. Nature puts on her most gorgeous
I apparel. Plenty of duck and other small
game. Accommodations modern in every
respect. Open fires. Cuisine and service
first-class. Special fall rates. Private
telegraph line direct to hotel. For infor?
mation, rales, etc., address H. R. ROB?
ERTSON, Proprietor, Fairficld Inn, Sap?
phire, X. C
hotels.
THE JEFFERSON
RICHMOND, VA.
Coolest Restaurant In the City.
Club Breakfast a Specialty.
Lobby Coaled by Battery of Kir, trie Fans.
Thu most maenlllcunt hotel In the South.
European plan. Hooms sin?'.? and en suite,
with and without batha ?pacloo: sampl?
rooms.
l\nSl.'.o i>*r dm end upward.
Tne Guerrant.
Main and Third Streets,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
American Plan. High class accom?
modations, with best of cuisine and
service, at moderate prices. Cars at
door to depot and all point; of Interest
Terms Include meals. $2.00 to $3.60
per day. $10.00 to $15.00 per week.
J. W. HELI.. Prop.
_Panferupt^oticE?._
! NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
In tho matter of
JOH L. GO1
Bankrupt.
No. 1058.
In
Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the. creditors of HUGH L. GOODE,
of Richmond, In the County of lleu
rlco, and district aforesaid ? Bank?
rupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the
?'.Til DAY OF SEPTEMBER. A. D. 1911,
tit, said HUGH Li GOODE was duly
adjudicated "bankrupt, and thut the
first moating of his creditors will
be held In my office. Rooms Nos. S02
and 803, American National Bank
Building. Richmond, Va.. on the 23D
DAY OF SEPTEMBER. A. D. 1911, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which
time the said creditors may attend,
pro-'e their claims, appoint n trustee,
examln; the bankrupt, und transact
such other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
THOS. B. SN BAD,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
September 18, 1911.
Stailroaus.
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALL HAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
:>.i.m;. In Efftct May 14. lilL
Leave Byrd Street station, Rlctimon?, COR
NORFOLK! bs:10 a M.. "j.Ou a. aJ:o? P.
M? M:lu 1'. M., 1,7:00 V. Li.
FOR LitNOHBURO AN D THE WEST.
?6:1.S A M.. Mu.Ov A. si.. U3:u0 !'. M.. a?:V)
P. SI.
Arrive Richmond from Nerfolk ..ll 10 A.
M, bllttt A. M . *t:3? I*. M.. 010:25 P. V.
?11-30 P. M. From the West: '6:53 A. M?
e*:b* P. M.. ba:li P. M.. ??:? P. M.. ??;?? p. U.
?Dal'y aU.lly ??. Sunday. bSumley only.
Pullman Parljr and Sleeping Cart. Cafe
Dining Cara C II. BOS LEY,
O. P. A. Richmond, Va.
V,' H BEVILL. O. P. 'A.. Roeonka. Va.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
1,?. Norfolk! 't:tt ao? -n A. 11.. ?9 P. u,
for Eastern Ca*o.u,a and lb* tiouta.
Lv. Halelgli: ??;? A. M.. u sad 'S:U P. IL,
tor Easier,: .??:...um and Norfolk.
Pu'dr.-.an Sleeping Cars between Norfolk,
Raleigh; also Goldsboro and Nerfolk.
?Dam y Ei fun.
C. D. LE8RANDE. O. A., American Natlooa
Bank. 'Phone Monrue 1681. Rtobmond.
I W. T7. CflOXTON. a. P. A.. Norfolk. Va,
?*al estate lot ?ale.
O/o
We "can loan your money on ftish
mond Real Estate, first mortgage, t9
net you t%.
Why Take Less?
POULARD ?V BAGGY,
&ailroai)0,
?iciimonfl, FreTcrTcisti'ii & Potomac R.E
TO AMD FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Loire Richmond
?6.3) A.II. HyrJ St.Sto.
?S-IJA.I. Halo St. Mr..
*6.;'?A.JI. Bird 8t.SU.!
?7^0A.M. Hainau St?.
*8.?0 UM, Urrd St. Sta.
?li.01 noon II j rd St. Sta.
14.00 P.M. Bjr* St. KU.
tt.iH P.M. Klba Station.
?6.16 P.M. UalnSLSU.
mMTJA. ByrdSt. Sta
Arrlro Richmond
..ID A.H. lljrJSt.Sta.
Jlt.iS A.X.KlbaHUtloa.
fn?> A.H. Hyru.St.St*.
?i.l* P.M. Main St Sta,
?-'.('. P.M. Ilyrd St.St*.
?IM r.SJ. Bjrd8t.SU.
?0.10 P.M. Byrd St.Sta.
?9.10 P.M. Main Kt.st*.
?11.0S P.M. Mala St. Sta.
Mt.fio night B-rdStJj ta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Le*-e Byr* St. Sta. I JO P. M. for Fredertekabsrr.
Leave Elba Sta. 7.60 A. M..e.S0 P. M. far Ashland.
Arm. iijr.1 8t.Sta.8.SS A.M. from Freaerleksb'a/.
ArrlTf Klba Sta. 6.30 A.M.,6.30 P.M.from Agnlane.
?Dally, f Weekdays. JSundaye only.
All tralna to or from Dyrd Street Station
(except t-. eins leaving j.30 a. m. and arriving
is.So night) atop at Elba. Tim* of arrivals aal
departures not guaranteed. Read tha alga*.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
. 7:10 A.?Local?Daily?Newport Newa,
I 1S:30 A.?Loqal.?Dally ? Ch'vllle. Ex. Bun.
Thurmond.
I u O A.?Express?Dally?Norfolk. Old Point.
I tlO:00 A.?Locai~_>ally?L;bbg, Lex. C. For?o.
I ?2:00 P.?Express?Dally?Cln.-L'vllie.
14:09 I'.?Express?Dally?Norfolk. N. News.
5:00 P?Local?Daily?N. News. Old Point.
6:15 P.?Local?Ux. Sunday?Oordonsvllla.
?5:16 P.?Local?Ex. Sunday?Lchbg. Natural
Bridge. Clifton Forge.
?4:31 P.?Limited?Dally?Cincinnati, Chicago.
?11:00 P.?Express?Dally?Cincinnati, L'villa,
?aletpira. IParlor cars.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND?Looal from
; East: K:2S A. M., 7:50 P. M. Through from
1 East: 11:30 A. M., 9:30 P. M.
Local from West: "8:30 A. M.. 9:50 A M.
and 7:16 1*. M. Through: 7:00 A. If., 2:4*
P. M.
James River Line: ''i.V. A. At., 1:16 P. If.
"Dally except Sunday._
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railwa
Cars .?.c Manchester, Seventh and Parrjt
? treel*. lor Petersburg:
?6, 7. 8. ?I, 10, II, '11 A. 11., L t -t U
?6:46. *&. 7, i. ?!, IS P. M.
U:N P. M. (or Cbastar. U:00 midnight for
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot at Byoamora
Eueet, for Manchester!
t6:15, 9:*i, ??7:11, ?/:?. 9:96. 9:26. ?10:16, UlM
M . 11:16. ?1:36. 2:16, 4:26. ?4:15. t:?. 4:gt>
\ ?7:16. .:36. ?:?. '10:40, 11:44 P. la.
fDally except Sunday and holiday*,
?Carries ..?.:??? and eiprtss.
??Limited, except 8undaya and holiday*.
All cars from Patera jurg connaat wits)
:ars ror Richmond.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE JULY 2, 1S1L
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and South: S:16 A. M. ana
I 7:35 P. M.. 1:00 A. M. Charleston.
For Norfolk: ? *s 1 u and 3:00 A. At., ?1:00 P
M . 4:10 P. M.. "7:00 P M.
For N. & W. Ry. W^st: 4:11 A. M., 10:0?
A. M., ?3:00 P. M., 5:50 P. M.
For Petersburg: 1:00 A. It., 6:16 A. M.,
?b;10 A. M., S:13 A. M., 9:00 A. M., 10:00
V M., '3:00 P. M , 4:10 P. M , <:05 P. M.,
?7.00 P. M.. 7:35 P. St., 9:20 P. M., 11:46 P. M.
For Goldsboru and Fayottcvllle: *4:10 P. M.
Tralna arrive Richmond dally: 6:20 A. M.,
9:40 A. M? 6:65 A- M.. ?8:37 A M., "10:46
M , 11:40 A. M.. "11:46 A. M.. ? :00 P. M.,
?2:15 p. M., 6:05 P. M., <:25 P. M., 6:00 P.
d.. 9:00 P. M., "10:26 P. M., 11:30 P. M.
?Except Sunday: "Sunday only.
Time of arrival and departure and con
nectlona not guaranteed.
C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following schedule Sg?re* publtahad
aa Inrormatlon an* not guaranteed'
9:10 A M.?Daily?Local for Charlotte. Dur.
ham and Raleigh. 10:46 A M.?Dolly?Limit?
ed?For all point* Boutb. Drawing Room
Uuifet Sleeping Car to Aahevl|le. N. C. 8:09
P. M. Ex. Sun.?Local for Durham and In?
termediate atatlona. 4:00 P. M. Ex. Sun,?
Keysvllle Local. 11:45 P. M.?Dally?Limited
?For all points South. Pullman ready at 9:99
P. M.
YORK RIV Kit LINB.
?:S4 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?T. Weat PL, connect?
ing for Hal'.lmora Hod., Wed. and Frl. 9:94
A, M.'-Ex. Sun. and 2:16 P. li.-Uos,, Wad,
and Frl.?Local to .West Point
TRA1N8 ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Krcm the South: 4:69 A. AC, 4:01 P. Tat.,
dally: 6:40 A At. EX But,.; 12:4a Ex Bun.)
4:00 P. M. dally. From Weat Point: 9:14 A.
At. Dt.ly; V:ii A. at Wed. and Frl.; 4:14 t?.
la. U. Bub.
fl B. BUROHBS. D. P. A..
929 a. Main St 'Phon* Vfadlsan 44*.
SEA BO.4 nD AIR I.J.X2L
Southbound tralna scheduled to leave Rich?
mond dally: 9:10 A M.?Local to Norllna.
1.20 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta,
Birmincbam. Savannah, Jacksonville ana
Florida points. 9:60 P. M.?Sleepers and
coacheH, b.vatinah, Jacksonville and Florida
points 11:13 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, At?
lanta, Birmingham, Memphis and th* South?
west. Northbound trains scheduled to arrive
in Richmond dally: 6:13 A M.. 7:29 A. U.
1:05 " AL, 6:40 P. M.
RICRMOMD AND nreSAl'EAKK BAT
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Echedu:? of electric tralna to and from
Ashland, stopping at Intermediate stations
upon signal: Lv. Richmond (Broad ana
Laurel fits.;. ??:06, *7:10. 4:10b, 4:10, "19:14.
M.10 A. M.: 1:10. 2:10. 1:10, 4:10b. 6:10. 4:24.
1:10. 8:ice. 10:10. 11:46 P. M. Lv. Aahlaud,
?6:6?. 7b. 4, 9b. 10, "U A. M.. ?12 At, "J,
t. 9. 4. 6b, ?. 7. 8. 9b, 11 V. H.
?Dally except Sunday. "Sunday or.iy.
i," ?? i.itciraKM
FALL TOURS
?0 the
: Moilttrrrnnran. Ital). Switzerland, aud
South of I-'rance.
1160. up. All expenses Included.
"ASK SIR. BOWMAN."
70S East Main Street. Richmond, Va.
? OLD DOMINION LINE
1 Lv. Rich?tood 'uot of Asb St. dally.7:06 p. At.
i Lcuti rwtwport News.4.00 A M.
1 Arrive Norfolk.tlOO A U.
i Connects with main line staamera leavlcg
j Nonolk for New Vork dally except Sunday
' 1:iX 1'. M. Connections also mada by N. A
I W. Ky. 3 P. Al. and C, A O. Ry. at 4 P. A4,
. Mjbt Line steamers stop at Claremoat ta
I 141 d cr rocelve passengers on signal.
? TMtUlXlA NAVKiATtON CO.-Aimel itlvef
' u- dit:.'llglit for Norfolk. Old Point New?
' pt.'l Newa and all Jaruea River laudinga.
Sliamer leave* Monday, Wedasaday and
' Friday at 4:J0 V. M. Freight recelvod for all
' James Rlvnr Undines. 'Phona Madlaon 174V
Malu Ticket Olll.e. ?21 at. M?:? *tw?t.
Balitmore Steam Packet Co
Equipped with wireless telegraphy.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally, Including Sunday, vi?
N. * W. Ry. 3:00 P. M.. Norfolk 4:30 P. M.
C. & O. Ry. 4:00 P. M , Old Point 7:30 P. A4*.
O D. S. S. C*. 7:00 P. M. (one day In Nor?
folk).
Va. Nav. Co 9:90 A. M. (Monday, Wednes?
day snd Friday).
Tickets at al> office*. For ?taterooma ap?
ply to H. M. HOVK1N, Ageet 434 East Mala
birett._
I Merchants and Miners Transprotation Co
Norfolk to HnstuD, Mass., and
Providence, lt. I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Bodloa, Boa.,
Tue*, and Frl.; for Provldenc*. Hon., Wed.
and Sat, at 7 P. M. Passengers and fralg.t
taken tor all --aw England point" Tickets
I on *ale at office C. _ O. Ry., If. as W. Ry..
h. H. Bowman. ,'0S Eaat Main, and Rldbmoed
Transfor Co., 909 East Mauv

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