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?iiKATKST WANT AM) it l: a l. ES?
TATE ME1JII M IN VIHG1MA. AND
ONE (?IT TDK DUST IN AME1UCA.
Want Ad Kates
In effect Juno 11. 1911.
Dally, one vent per ?urd when paid
In advance* No Ad. taken for less thun
(??? cent*.
"iic und one-half cenli n ?,%i>ril nil
?'InftHliU'atlotut except Situation Wanted
'or Suuoiiy. Situation Uuuted, <roe cent
<? ivord. No Ad. Sunday tukrn for le??
li>iiii Hfteen .?nun.
No Ada. Inkeu lor lc*? than twenty
Ovr ccuta ?heu ukuned lu or charged
??I the luootcr.
IM,,,m ordere nut gunrantecd.
tTiiNMlllcuttuii nut i;iiiiruiitced nto'r
??.Ml P. M.
For liitMlnraH contracts, artnl lor the
"'?'It Ail. Han, phono Monroe I._
JUIeM tillU JiflUllO
'?' Al''i!l'i; ';;... DKTWEEN FIFTH '
and Hixtu aim Broad ana Broad and
Main on Sixth, uuivvc- n i, aim t,
u cio< k, a pun of yum oyegiasses.
iicwiru it returned lu M ( t,i...i.,ii.i;
_???"?__? .\. SistI. Ml cel.
L< )ST, MON IJA v NIiiIirT" BETWEEN
t'jio West Grace Street and Audtio-I
J'tuiii or at Auditorium, diamond
llcur-de-Ils scan pin. Iteturn to it,i<;
*v cat Urace street. Howard.
LEFT, AT THE UNITED BTAT??
Eettguo baaebail park*. Wednesday,
wuiurprooi ovurtjoat. Kewui'll it re?
t Ul tu I lo ?) l!MCM-l>lM]ialcll.
LARGE BLiACK AND WHITE SETTER
(male). Iteu-itrd, |2.60 if returned
. to f>,,_\\. urace._ j
?50 REWARD?LARGE BLACK ANXll
while Holler; answers to the name
Bill. Call at Koom 201, Amcrlcuu
_s?tio:;.i| II.ink liiillilll.g.
LOST, WEDNESDAY AFTE*RNOON, ON
Hanover Avenue, l'arit Avenue ot
Cnurry .Street, lady's black hand*
bag, containing 12.SO, card case, etc
Itcward. .mks. ii EDWARD WEIT
XKE, 3Q7 .\. Rowland Street.
5ll"W'l AKI? UTtlTl.ll.s AND WIN
uu'.v trimmers wanted.? Every retail
Mot-,- in tnv country ubch show cards
und window trimmers. The demand
*or men skilled In tnese professional
la enormous. ' We teach both allow,
card writing ami window trimming
t?y mall, write now, stating wnciti
er Interested in both suujects, or:
which one. i. s. Co l'ii'J w, Scranton.
EXTRA SAlIJsMAN FoTrirLVTCRDAY
afternoon and evening: experience in
retail hat business. Apply U. ji. s.,
INC.. _?12_Eaft Main._
(V ANTED, RELIABLE FARMER WiTH
Kou? team lo cultivate large farm
near Richmond at once. Apply ltootu
_ -? ??. No. 12. Kurth Ninth Street.
YOUNG MEN WANTED TO TAKE OUR
splendid courses in telegraphy.!
shorthand and business. Low sum
uier tuition rates now effective. Po?
sitions secured free for all grad-1
Uates. MASSHY BUSINESS ol,-1
LEOE._?_
WANTED. KOR U. 8. ARMY. ABLE- '
bodied, unmarried nten, between ages
of la and 35, citizens ut United mates,
of good character and temperate nab
tts, who can ?peak, read and write
the English language, tor ^forma?
tion apply to ltecruitlng Olllctr. t.'Q
K. l)ro..d Sti.,-. i:.??im.os.j. Va.
WANTED, INTELLIGENT GENTLE
inan to gu to country as companion
for boy. no salary. Address D 5??.
~c.i rc Tlincs-D 1 s p atch._
WEEK IN AND WEEK OUT THE
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COM?
PANY'S EMPLOYMENT DEPART?
MENT places capatolo stenographers
in desirable poslt'ohs. Do you want
im to plai .? you'.' Our services are at
vom i -snin.ir.d without charge. _
Ti ll. Aiil. V\ A.VI'hii 1 ? ??!'. UOVBKN
ment job. $S0 month. Send postal tor
list Of 'positions open. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE, Dcp't. i'ju o. Rochester,
WANTED. A CHRISTIAN YOUNG MAN
Stenographer; a good, permanent po?
sition lor tin.- right man; a good
piano-player preferred. Answer
<ni:i Ii. Address I" 333, care Tnnes
I M?pntch._
WANTED. lo ?M ?TIVE MACHIN
lata by lite C. ?'>'. o llu.itway ft C11I
ton Forge, Va., shons.
x9(tuaUond {.Clanrrb, &?alc j
G l n v i'.i. m'a N l n ' i.ri:npi:AX
Schools' graduated atld haV'llR a
thorough knowledge Iii the French
language, desires iiosltlon as inter-)
prefer, to correspond or teach same
privately. F 3, care -Titncs-Dlspatch.
AN EDUCATED Y'OUNG man. WITH
about five years of business expert:
eiice. both latslde and out. now em
pioyed with u lartrt) wholesale hoiise
In re as bookkeeper and other office)
work, <iutc.k at figures and extreme*
, ly accurate., wants to make Change.
?Ian furnlsil bc8t of references, m
ciudinK present employer. Not afr.i-d
of work. D 561, can- Tlmes-I il.ipaich.
v.'A.N'rifiT sii' <\~. iti-ii'AiRi:ii at
..nee. J. G. LELAND, L"l5 N. Fifth
St reel._
WANTED, BY PHARMACIST, TWEN
ty-two years' experience, capable of
assuming manaBemcnt, renistered in
Virginia and Kentucky, now employ?
ed, but want to locate In Virginia;
best of reference.". Address D ilD,
care Tlmf^n^spatcjv_
ENi'KRIENCED I'llYrilCIAN DES1P.E3
location. Correspondence solicited.
Address B 0?. care Times-Dlsuatrh.
A YOUNO MAN, WHO Ts A GR?D
ttate of ti".-- V. M. 1 . :md has been
teaching, desires employment until
Soptember next. Hi st references
given; outdoor work preferred. Ad?
dress W., Box us, Farmville, Va.
Ijclp CClantc?, Jrcmalt
60 girls wanted at once. whit
lock branch, twenty-third
and main streets.
Y'OUNG LADIES WANTED TO TAKES
our splendid courses in stenography,
typewriting, business and telegraphy
nt .special ?'.immer rate? of tuition.
Positions seen r.d free for all grad?
uates. MASSEY UU3INESS COL
LEGE._j_ j
WANTED, GIRL FOR GENERAL
house work; wh'to preferred, in S.
Belvtderc._j_
CAN VASTER S." Tl"< 11 ? S i: TO II or SK OR
oflices; splendid proposition. Call at
102 North Eighth Street._j
S?TJlCSLADY.?WANTED, LADY TO
Call iip-'ii school teachers In Rich?
mond; one capable of demonstrating
an English course of education;
School teacher preferred. Address
F IU. care Times- Dispatch._
Yv VNTED, AN EXPERIENCED KT EN - !
ographer. Address F sss, cure Times
i ?Ispatch._I
i?ttUiition? 'CC.flixtc?, Jrcmalt
ilX15Y iioi< Rei:i? erTSEsiREa^posY
tion: four years' experience. Address
1> &5S, care- Times-Dispatch. . i
l^clp, fltjoit onD jftmalt
ba\7e'^iX5Tto^$2TVy buyYng^mfb
scholarship for business courses at
summer rates. Telephone, ?call or
?write for catalogue and particulars.
MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE.
?oitfttof? and xsalcgmcrt
waxt-TiT; s^cVe'i ialT " "vri7fsT -ci r?ss |
salesmen for account .system. Ri?
commission. Apply a. k. MACHEN,
Ufiom liti,_Miirphy's._
BAI.ESMEN. HOUSE] TO HOUSE OR
offices; splendid proposition. Call at
10? North Eighth Street.
VvOCnTThST"" FUIJI^ic to^know
that J AilN ll i; BKO&.. Jewelers, 912
Last Main Street, buy, noil, exchange.
I ami REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN tub
LATEST STYLES. Old (jold and sil?
ver alwuys taken In exchange
TO THE PUBLIC: I W1L.L CLOSE
business during the months of May
and June, mid will open uKnin fur
business July 1. CHARLES FISHER,
_Ladles' Tilllnr, :;?J K (liacjc .Street.
S. N. SLMAAN. 21 N Fl FTH ST.?
We are sidling at coal the most
beautiful hundmado crnbrolderlca
ever brought to this city from all
nations. Everything for wear und
for tile house. Their beauty and
rurlty are bound to attruct, so comu
(ind see and buy. Presses and Irish
laces of all kinds. _
m? M.m'|: R~RATES on TC1TION NOW
effective. One-fourth reduction Cor
a limited time on commercial, short,
band or telegraphy courses. MAS
sky BUSINESS COLLEGE,_
CO! NT Tin; indians AS THEY PASS
by. then see TOMPKINS. _
LAWN MOW KItS SHARPENED AND
repaired. BICKEKSTAFF, 1M1 East
-Main Street._
F~V. 11.1. NUT 'llFRESPONSIBLE FOR
any, debts contracted l>y any one CX
?->f.t myweir. ALBERT CICON KT.
2oU5illCS?3 OppOCIliniUE?
A ' ' ?KPoRATH IN "1 ?I'KNlNo'^ii-TTrt:
in Richmond requires a representa?
tive callable of taking charge and
handling salesmen; proposition en?
tirely neu ; demands very large; ex?
clusive rights and protection guar?
anteed; capital approximate to the
amount of 1500 necessary; one ttc
iiunlnted with Richmond prjf erred.
,\<l'lnss I> 5 1.'.. eule Tlmes-Dlapnt h.
W.M. T. MANN. 1949 EAST NINE
t' enth .struct, Cleveland, O., wants
reliable party with Ir-,000 or more
as partner to manufacture his pat?
ent perforated razor strops, razor
paste, Ice picks, etc. Looks liko
a good Investment for ??in? one.
Send for circular. _
OH'ill pKOM-iTEK WANTED FOR U'0
pi.-r cent, proposition; devoloped na'.
?;it. Address Room '?>'). Murphy's.
SALAItY CHECKS"GUARANTEED TO
all young people who llnish our
Itltorestlng and practical buaincn...
sin rthand and ii legraphy courses.
Summer tuition rates now on, Send
fur catalogue or call for particulars.
ma s sky h us IN i?: s s con. kgb._j
IF YOU HAVE $2,500 YOU can IN
vest, with services, securing an ex?
cellent position, advise at once.
"OPPORTUNITY." Post-Onico Box
No. 123, city._
n ? y< ii? 11avi; a Mi:iiiTcmioi?s pat
ent, etc.. Which you want organized.
systematized and marketed, address
0 I *? 1 . e.il .? Tillies - i lj--|..lU :? _
P'jiituj', pns dno 3lv?c ?rocK
BREEJ ?KIAT TENTI ONi~I M'POIt'f 1
cd French couch stallion. Figaro
4261, Plloso 102; Importod Spanish
Jack, 10 hands hisli; fee, $15: at
MECIIANTCSVILLB STOCK fa KM,
_ST KAI N & gONj P.. 1. ItIchmond.
FOR SALE, COMBINATION HORSE, 5
years old; good saddler and.no bet?
ter driving horse ever produced; not
afraid of anything except whip.
Main STREET MARKET, HENRY
k. WINSTON. PrOJJ., 2101 W. Ma::i
Ct. Madison 5111; Monroe 1*76.
ili')I: sI-.'s' 1;E s'l\ HALF-MI Li; CITY;
Virginia blue gras?; hoard und pas
t-.ir. , t< - r i ri ~. Mad I .ion 10L7-V._
personals
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED SPECIAL
BOOKS OF ALL KINDS OF LIN?
ENS. RAJAS. SILKS AND PONGEES.
SUMMER PRICES WILL BE GIVEN
ON ALL ORDERS. J. KATZ, LA?
DIES' TAILOR, 20s N. FIFTH ST.
J. WINTERS, LADIES' TAILOR,
209 1-2 NORTH SIXTH STREET.
AUSTRIAN HAND EMBROIDER ED
Underwear; now shipment of rial
Austrian I.aCiS. in ojllars. cults a:id
yard goods; an exquisite collection
at low prices; do not fall to see them
t VALU'S 217 North Fifth Street.
H. LEWIS. T1IK MOST FASHIONABLE
ladles' tailor, 2'J'i W. Grace direct.
Phone Monroe 25(5.
Bl i ILES REPAIRING and baby
carriages repaired. bice ER STAFF.
1^11 E. Main Street._
VVKAK a'sI'IKELI.A corset. PLAN -
ned and titled by on.; of our trained
corsetlers. SP1RELLA CORSET
SHOP. 1"S N. Fifth Street. MKS.
CORNELIA MOORE. City Manager.
Phone Madison 721.'._
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND sold
at HCOHKSS. iOi North Third.
Soaroin?
MA1SON FBANCAISE, UH north
Eighth Street, Richmond, Vs.. Loulu
Chevalier, Prop, (lute chef Paluea
Hotei, San Francisco, and chef Met?
ropolitan Club, Washington, D. c>,
catering and preparing for private
dinners a specialty; French table
d'hote dinner dally, 6:30 to & P. iL,
60c; lunch dally, 11:30 A. M. to 3
P. m., 40c; meuls also served a la
carle. For private dinners. etc,
cooiis will be furnished at residences
If desired. Phone Madison 1838.
WHEN' ycu COME TO rIc iSiOND
stop where you can get a nice, clean,
comfortable bed for 50 ccn'.s; ice wa?
ter, oath and phono free. l?uj East
Clay._
FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS for
permanent, transient und tablo
bourdcrti can bo secured with mrs.
HORACE WELFOKD JONES, at 200
e. Franklin Street. Gentlemen a spe
clnlty._
WANTED, A FEW MORE BOARDERS
MISS WOOD. i.Q7 W. C.racc._
DELIGHTFUL ROOMS WITH BOARD;
bath, hot and cold water. 303 E,
Franklin._
1003 WEST GRACE STREET; ROOMS
wIth or without hoard._
DESIRABLE OUTSIDE ROOMS WITH
table board: home comforts. log
Main, adjoining JjafferBon Hotel.
~ S??i estate i'ot Rent
YOU It RENT ?^cT??NT PjCvCED
with N. W. BOWE ii SON insures
best results.
For rent, ofT'ic'b space in 1020
Hull Street, South Richmond. Ap?
ply on premises._
FOR RENT, "SECOND FLOOR STORE
room, 400 East Broad Street. Apply
40u East Broad Street._
Real estate ?Uanirb
<?a15ted,^ Good, large ^farm,
attractive, comfortable home, healthy
location. CJivj. description and con?
dition of buildings, water, etc.; kind
Of soil, how near to .station or ship?
ping point. Best cash nrlco. Ad?
dress GREF.NLEBS, 121 S. Fortieth
Street. Philadelphia, Pa._
LIST your INARMS WITH J. A. con
nelly & co. Write postal for nec
cspHry blanks._
Room* Sfot Unit
roirrtr^'rTTfjRNi^HFri^
niched, rooms. Phono Madison 4770.
His West Marshall Street.
two rooms, f?TiThIhTed or UN
furnished, for Unlit housekeeping.
11 E. Grace Street.
ELEGANTLY FmtNlRllEI^ Cf.K.VN
rooms; phono, huth free. Ill North
e1 gh t h._
? 'one LARGE FRONT room; ALSO
hall room. 107 North Third.
DAILY PUZZLES
ANS WISH TO YKSTKllDAY'S PUZZLE.
Stork*.
jfoc feait
MY GENERAL MEHC A HTIL>B Busi?
ness in Sussex county. forty-tlve
miles of Richmond. Vu., eight mlle?
of tho Atlantic Coast Line. Alt es?
tablished business stand of twenty
live years, 816,000 to J-?.uOO tfa.de;
! books open to Inspection lo any one
that means business; $1.000 to (6,000
! Block, which can bo reduced to suit
buyer it he wish. Terms will bo
made very easy. Address C b'J'J. care
Times-Dispatch.
*"~OR BADE!, TWO NEW SINGLE
, Wucka. RICHARDSON 15ROS.. 610
j Brook Avenue.
' FOR WAUU.Ns GO~~TO ItlCIIALDSON
. BHOS., (16 Drook Avenue. Panning,
repairing and rubber-tiro work.
Madison 1467.
ROLL TOP DESK, lTrI3iTNTl T US
typewriter, outdoor showcase and
1 four counter showcases, cheap.
ToMPKINS. "27 W. Hroad.
MOTOR CYCLES, NEW AND 1IECOND?
hand; all prices. TOMI'KINS, No,
I 837 W. Broad.
; i""oR SALE. NO. 5 PULSOMETER
j Steam pump, will pump (0 per cent,
sand or mud. 3-lncli discharge, hall
Inch Steam. Also 60-1L-P. boiler. 15
I H.-P. engine, two steam dillls; one
' double-drum hoist, one single-drum
hoist, derricks, cars and track, l\vo
horsepower hoist, winches and gen
j oral quarry or contractor's equip
I inent. Address 11 85, care Times
i D.spatch.
! ALL' RINDS op SCALES REPAIRED.
Hl C KER ST aff. l_\ n_ j;. Ma In Street.
DELICL,! s" SMITH FIELD SAL." SAGE
i.ow on sale at your grocer's.
for'"Vale .-i:ve k a l si: -;ond -iiani>
top buggies, one runabout and one
lop grocery wagon. These lobs aie
in good repair and wo will sell
cheap to mako room. A. MEYERS
sons. 731 E. . Cary Street. _
ENGINE AN4 PUMPS for SALE, i
I 35-hor*cpower engine, muUo by John
Turner, Richmond. Vu.; two boiler
feed pumps. In good order. Selling
on account of putting In lin ger plant.
Address LARUS &. BROTHER CO..
I Box 481'. City.
'; (Va le, <>ni: trap" can i7e
seen at B. D. Kay's alible. Apply
i gbo. o. tenneY, Mutual Building.
FOR SALB, ONE LOT OF MAHOG
any furniture. Apply JoS Twenty -
i seventh .Street._
SM1THF1BLD SAUSAGE, THE BAU
sage with the tfavor. at your giu
cer's._
EXCAVATING OUTFIT COMPLETE,
cheap if sold at once; condition
good. 1. BLI.'FoRl > ec CO._
WE HAVE BUGGIES, SURREYS AND
runaaouts at prices thai will please.
Call and see und you you will find
what you want. THori. 11. DL'KK
CO.. S04 Brook Avenue._
one; Vec?nd-hand single "truck
and one farm wagon: the largest
stock of business wagons, high grade
and prices low; they must go. come
and be convinced: repairing, re?
painting and rutober tire work a
specialty. B. C. BRISTOW, 15 North
i Eighteenth Street_
GoV.d7~S'7|;NI> TIMBER FOR SALE*
sizes 0x12. Sx12, 12x12, s.w various
lengths. Sc- St'l'T. GE.O A. FEL
LER co., Nintii and Main Streets.
P.hone Monroe ;'.^:'*>.
$37.60 PAYS FOR LIFE SCHOLARSHIP
?for complete business course, short?
hand oi telegraphy. MASSEY BUSl
I NESS COLLEGE.
Ural eettitc S:ot feale
g'entTS'Man'^viiij.se "hesineis *n e"
cessltate* his leaving Richmond will
sell at a bargain his home, built
two years ago; three stories, moder:,
corner house, 36-foot lot. Address
care Letter Carrier 81, Richmond,
Vu._
FOR SALE. COUNTRY STORE Pllo"f'
erty and residence; finely located In
Fairfax county, thirty miles from
Washington; selling account had
health. Address 719 Ninth. North?
west, Washington. D. C. _
A 9"ii PER CENT. """BRICK INVEST
ment. No. 1 condition. In a location
that is sure to increase in value,
best surroundings- tented every day
In the vear. Owner seeds the monev
and must sell. .1. H. MOSELEY i?
Co.. No. 31S Travelers Building.
' FARM 1iai1ga1n---NEW SEVEN-ROOM
house. 100 acres. $6uft cash, balance
five years; near railf'oad. a. G.
JENNINGS. lO.'o Hull Street. _
SPLENDID HOME IN BARTON
Heights; In rye grounds; good out?
building; a great bargain If sold
this week. JENNINGS. ir>20 Huil
Street._
pofltrV faTi'm. M ACHES. at sta
tlon. Bargain lo quick buyer. C.
Y. HUNDLEY. Amelia. Va._
FARMS. - WE have SOME of THE
most desirable farms in the State to
sell. W. t. STEP-TOE ?V- CO., Real
Estate Agent.--. Lynehlmrg. Va._
l?womouiles for jss>nlc
USED "'FORD OARS. U'lVj. I'jn;, 191)7",
1u0s, 1909, 1910; two. three and nve
passenger; In excellent condition;
owners purchasing 1!?12 models. Will
send Instructor home with out-of
town purchasers. FORD AUTO CO.,
1029 W. Broad Street._
Coal tino ?tiooc
wooD^AT~REDUCEI>~] '111CE&~ T?)
move 160 cords at once we offer
slab and kindling at 81.60 nor half?
cord. Dry oak at half-cord. Full
measure; prompt s.-rvice. Order to?
day. Mil >l A)TH IAN WOOD COM
PA NY. Phone Mnilison 35 1 G.
WOOD AND ' COAL. "
OUR DRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY,
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; $l..r><l half-cord. DA?
VID M. lea A co. Phone Mohrot
! 686. . _ _
IF"YOU BURN WOOD JUST CONSULT
headquarters over phone or get on
cur and come to my olllce. where
you can'see a sample and Ret de?
livery In 30 minutes by automobile
I truck. LONG, THE WOOD man. 1506
West Broad._
"UclinbRc Sran??fcr
R ELI All EE TRANSFER? M I LLNEIJ'S,
302 North Ninth Strict, hauls trunks
for 26c. Claim checks Issued at the
j house, for your baggage. Two men
on our wagon. We make, a apcolul
ty of moving furniture and pianos.
I Rhone Madison 1446.
BCd?LK"VAKD fifl?, UN KAMPTON
P.oade, country atid seashore com?
bined, with city conveniences, Bend
for lltcruturo tu the MISSES TAHB,
Hampton, Va._
?petafi nn? Ctanitig
?fXrii B ws. tlil: <: le a n .?; i~~ you :
are sure to be satlslled it I clean;
and press your clothes. Altering and
repairing n specialty; work done j
proniplly anil called for and deliv?
ered. Also carpet:, and rugs cleaned
1 ciiual to new. 10 1-2 W. Main Street.
Phone Madlaon *..:<;.
jpIatOot Rent
POTPrEN^tT^AT' w:;:sh.\m court/'
two furnished rooms, with bath, for:
summor months, May P> t., August1
21. Apply C J- ' IM'Klt. Manager.. _
CCiiUUCD
' WANTlS?. t0"'UUV FOR CASH.
household goods In uny iiuanllty.
i l'bone Madison 3i5l
WANTED, WINDt >W AND HOUSE
> cleaning, stuiuiuu. waxing Boors:
new bouses a specialty. WILLIAM
_PI ELDS. Monroi 3959-L_i
< HAVE" "vou" THE INDIAN
! side car'.' Carries two passengers
at one-eighth cent a mile. See
ToMPKINS for demonstration.
SI :? ?? IN D-H AND is. ?>K SHOP MOVED
from No. litt Hast to No. 3 West
Broad Street. Books bought, soid
und exchanged. A. W. LAWSON, Pro.
prlotor._'
flats C?antco
WanteB; j?nk "i motTeKn win;"
room Hat, central location. Address
I I-' 932, earn Times-Dispatch.
? WANTKI'. STEAM i! EATEU A PART*
tnent, three to live rooms; can lake
j possession May 1 or later. Address
A * IV. cure Tin..-.-1 Hsnntrli._
iXJillmrrv
FOB CoKKKCT STYLES IN MILLIX
ery you must see my display of trim?
med hats and untriinmed shapes; also
my I'neof ready-made garments for
I Indies and children. We are now
giving special prices on all i'nes.
Alterations free. MKS. JULlUa
BEAR, U2r, i; Main Street._
SBt?fclIaiirou?
! SLIP COVERS."
IN LINEN AND CRETONNE. TOR DEO
room or parlor. I.'ade to flt. SYD
NOR & HUNDLEY, INC., Seventh and
j Grace. Madison 320*._
SHOE REl'AlRlNO.
76c. HAI.FSOLE MK.i'S SHOES, 60c.
ladles; every pair newel; best leath?
er; no nails, n< pegs. Koyal rub
i ber heels, 25c; Tred-Alr rubber heels,
j 40c.: leather heels rebuilt like new,
i 25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY, 116 E. Main. Phone Mon?
roe 2667,
UPHOL8TERTNO.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND POL
Isfiec. mat'resaes renovated, antiques
oought nnd soli. LEVY, tne Uphol?
sterer. 425 West Broad.
EXQUISITES.
AUSTRIAN hani1 EMBROIDERED
Underwear; net' shipment of rial
Austrian Laces, in collars, cuffs and
yard goods; an ? xt|iilslto collection
?t low prices; do not fail to *??>? them
at YARIP'S, :'.: Xorl . Fifth Street.
TYPEWRITERS.
WOULD YOU SHOW OUR WHOLLY
visible typewrit.: lb your friends
and let them see wherein it excels
any fiO'j typewriter made, if you
could without costing you one cent
have the typewriter to keep forever
as your own'.' Then write us for
j lull particulars EMERSON TYPE
W KIT ER CO.. Box Woodstock. HI.
1 LETTERS T Y P~K Wl VI TEN.
(duplicate TYPBWRITEN LET-,
lers. Best qu.illlv and lowest price.
_P. u. Bo\ 111.', Ri. nm -nd. Va.
! LADIES' HAIR HOOD.-.
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT. SOLD. COMB,
tilts made into switches, braids, etc.
Shampooing. ha<rdresslng. RICH
MONI) HAU; S il iltE. INC., 212 N.
: _Fifth Street, City._
PROTECTION.
ORIENTAL Oil DOMESTIC rug
I should '. .. cleaned by KAMBOURIAN,
21fi North First. _
wATCH itISPAP?ING.
your WATCH REPAIRED or CLEAN
ed by WM. TOUIEN. jr.. Is a guar
i antee that It -tone properly; 20
I years' experience. Cleaning, $1: main
_springs. $1. 40? Bast B.-oad Street.
j '. GARDEN TOOLS.
lawn rakes. GRASS scythes, LA
j dies' trowels, hoes, etc.; hedge and
i pruning shears. clarke, Hardware,
1215 Main Street.
LAWN MOWERS.
LAWN MOWERS. $2 50 AND UP
j wards, high-grade, ball-bearing, it
pays to buy a good one. CLARKE,.
I Hardware. 1215 Main Street._
Fly screens. ~
; metal frame window screens.
Iadjustable; slay in and keep tt'es
out. Screen doors and screen wire.
CLARK B. Hardware._1215 Main St.
' "it ELI ABLE MAT 11E PA I KI N*CiY ~
i -
M EN'S SOFT. STIFF AND SILK HATS,
Panama and strnw hats cleaned,
j blocked, retrimmed like new; mnuu
! fueturlng. rcti.lng. repairing. AM EE.
ICAN HAT CO., 501 E. Marshall, cor
, ner Fifth Street._
i "'SCREENDouUS AND WINDOWS.
SCREENS MAIM; TO ORDER. FULL
, lino doors. 41 to $2.55; window
screens, adjustable, 25c. to 60c. each.
' Wo carry 111, full line. Prices we
i guarantee be right. HOWELL
I BRos.. i;.<2 E Broad Street.
" PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVES.
! NO ODOR! NO SMOKE! EVERY STOVE
guaranteed. Complete, with e,luss
door ami thrci burners. $11.50. HOW
! ELL BROS.. 603 E. Broad Street.
KYANIZE VARNISH STAIN." j
NOT THE CHEAP KIND. BUT THE
best made. lusts more. Inn Wears
bitter. Ask us about it. HOWELL
BHt 's.. 602 E. Broad.
ALADDIN KEROSENE OIL
DELIVERED ANY PA I IT OF THE1
' citv or suburbs, five gallons for 0u
cents; no odor; no smoke. HOWELL
; bkos.. 602 Bast Broad. _
. ' LA \\ X MOWERS.
! $2.50 BUYS A GOOD MOWER. $5.00
buys a ball-bearing one. Look us
over. We currj everything you want.
HOWELL BROS.. C02 E. Broad. ._
RELIABLE HAT " 11ef? I kI NO.
MEN'S SOFT, STIFF A N D SILK 11 ats.
Panama and straw hats cleaned,
i blocked, r. trimmed Ilka new. manu
I fncturlng, rcla'llng, ropair'ng.
AMERICAN HAT CO., *.<>1 E. Mnr
Miall. lOlllei- liltll Slleet._
?calt? pioposalo
i i:ilce of Sl.,t. Highway Commission.
Bios WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
clerk's ofllc? at Independence, Vh.,
i until 12 o'clock noon SATURDAY,
I May 11. for i steel bridge over Elk
! Creek, in Groyson county. Plan.- and
' .specifications on file at the olork's
I office and in th.s ofDco. Cor tilled]
i check for $250 b> accompany each
i bid. The right It reserved to rojeol i
1 any and all bids.
Further Information furnished "n
i application 10 the undersigned.
. I'. ST. .1. WILSON.
1 State Highway Commissioners
Justice John's $50 Fines Follow
Arrest by Motorcycle
Police.
Alread) tha motorcycles roc ntl> oo
quired by the Police Department have
proved of greut service in brcakin .
the speeding evil in the Wjst Und,
?spoclully on the Boulevard. The 1
persona arrested and convicted lor fast
driving by Officers C. B. Samuels und
?. \V. Thurman have such been Ilm '>
? *50 and costs In the Police Court, and
I this heavy punishment has proven n
I deterrent to those Inclined to violate
' the ordinance regulating the spo d of
motor cars.
I Comparatively few automoblllsts of
lato have been reported for speeding,
'and this Is due ontlrely to the work ol
! the "motorcycle squad.' Now that the
efficiency of this branch of the fire
I has been established, stops Will he
'taken by Chief of Police Wirner 10
' make It Still more effective, according
j to a statement made yesterday.
At tllo present time. Ofllcsrs Samuel,
! and Thurman arc ?11 duty each after?
noon and evening from 12 until *
I o'clock, and it Is the plan of M ijor
, Werner to change these hours to cover
i morn tim s, especially at night, during
I the summer months, when motorists
.11,. more apt to indulge in "Joy rldcS." t
\ Officers Samuels and Thurptnn nrc
enforcing the speed law to the 1st! sr.
I and all offenders who cross their paths j
lure, certain In De hilled before Justice
I Crutchfleld, whoso minltnum tine Is $50.
Tnblr d'llote Dluacra Saturdar
and Sunday eienln:;?. I! to 0 o'clock,
St.SO each.
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
THE JEFFERSON
Richmond, Va.
The most magnificent hotel in the
South. European piail, Rooms smgie
and en suiie, with and without baths
Sphcious sample rooms.
Rate. S 1.50 psr -luv and inivird.
ERN
118W.?7thSt.&lG9-121W.56thSt.
New York
A bsolutcly 1 ircpronf
An exclusive, new and thoroughly
mudern hotel,affording its guestsun
unexcelled com bi out ion of accessi?
bility, comfort and convenience.
400 rooms, each with private bath
SinjU rooms with bath & thsver, 32.00 & $2.SO
Deub!?3.00 & 3.50
Cuisine and nervire of the highest order,
with exceptional!) moderate prices,
illustrated booklet upon rtqutsl.
J. J. LANNIN CO., Proprietors,
Also Garden City Hotel, Long Island
ssal
The Waverley
VIRGINIA UK ten.
reopens May 1 for the season 1U12.
For terms, until May 1, address
MISS C. V. B?USH,
7".", Botetourt Apartments. Norfolk. Va.
Phone 3388.
wi BF.G TO ANNOUNCE THAT
The Brunswick Inn
Waynesboro, Va.,
The Gladstone
NAHRAOAViRTT PI Bit, lt. t.
Open June, Hill.
Large mod rn hotel, overlooking the
ocean, accommodates .".."i0 guests, sur-l
rounded by beautiful shads trees und
equipped with every convenience that
modern lu?tiry can suggest. SpUndld
I.i ach, bathing, fishing, polo, tennis.
I golf, superb drives. Write for literature.
tMMtGW It A ?El., A. L SMITH,
"?ner. Unnncor,
RAWLEY SPRINGS, VA.
Famous Chalybeate, Magnesia and
Sulphur Wiil'is. 2,003 feet elevation.
Climate delightful. Opens .tune is.
Until June 8 address n. w. Holling
M7 Hanover Strei t. Annapolls. Md.
The Valentine Museum
I ELEVENTH AND CLAV _
Op-m tally from 10 \. M. to L .-. M.
Admlst'cn. *?e Pre., on '.'.i'u- i ; .
a-Jcrtinrre
ALL L.iVAI. A HCIl ~M.V.? INSl
are cordially invited to attend
a siiiie.i convocation of Rich?
mond Royal Arch Chapter, No.
Masons' Hall, on Fi it nkl n
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, ut
clock,
\Vorh expected.
By older ..f M. R, H. p..
OEO. F. KBESEE.
THE REGULAR ANRUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of the Batighmtin
Stationery Company will be held In
Hi..- office of company, i;:22 West
Broad Street. Richmond, Vii, WED?
NESDAY, Ma: Si 1012, at noon.
JAS. S. FRANCIS.
Secrets r>
I ? No., pi. A., i & A. M.. w'll bi
yV eoinmunlcutloii of Joppn Lodge,
/V\ MASONIC N?TICE.?A STATER
held at the Masonic Tcniplo THURS?
DAY, Jd inst.. ut T::;o o'clock P. M.
1 Members of sister lodges and tran?
sient brethren are fraternally Invited
to be present. .
By order of the Worshipful Master.
GEORGE C. JEFFERSt IN,
|. Secret ?, i y
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF Tin:
Mutual Assurance Society of Vir?
ginia will be held at the offlco of
the Society MONDAY, May 20. 1012
at 1 o'clock P. M.
edwin A. PALMER.
Prlnclpnl Accnt.
Hy Pollard & P.at3*?y,
Real Estato Auctlone-trs.
AUCTION SALE
of ' I
A Very Attractive Piece of Broad Street
Property, No. 4 1 8 East Broad Street, Oc?
cupied by the American Clothing Co.
At ihr request of .1 non-iomdent, svo will sell at public auotlon, on
Tilt RSDAY, MAV 2. 1912,
at 1 o'clock P. M..
till med properly. The store Is comparatively now. and present*
? i i penraneei The lot lias a frontage of .r> feet 8% Inches on the
north i di ol Broad Street, between Fourth und Fifth Streets, By a efopbh of
91 f? t 9 Inches.
It is seldom that i piece of property of t!ii= character Is on the market. mi?
I ho owner ntiana business, and .proposes to sen the property,
TKP.US The propert) will bo sold subject to .1 mortgage of $25,000, for
live years, with interest on same at the rate of .">>-, per cent, per annum,
irterly; the residue, ona-thlrd cash and the balance In six, twelve and
.. iteen months after date, interest at the rate of G per cent., and secured
? ?. deed of trust.
POLLARD & baobt,
Auctioneers.
'The Valentine Auction Co.
AUCTiONE?R3
.OI8 EAST ?TZQAD S"E
$5,000 Stock of
Dry Goods,
Clothing, Shoes,
Notions, etc*, at
Auction
TO-DAY (T1IURSDAY), -MAY 2,
beginning I0:30 o'clock,
al N?=. 212 and 211 North, Eighth St
We will coll a stock Inventory Inp
about $5,300, und consisting or about j
150 Men's and Youths' Suits, too pair)
M^n's Trousers, about "00 dozen Men'- j
and Dad 1 es' Hosiery, about l.'>0 bolts of
Dry floods (original package), embrac?
ing WMte Bleached Cotton, Olhghams,
Lawns. Calicoes, Ma draw, etc.; about
? o.eoi) 'yards line Lace*, Hamburg*,
Edging, Embroideries, etc.. In uncut
pieces: about ino dosen pieces Ladles'
and Men's Summer Underwear,
dozen Suspenders, Ladies' Shirtwaists,
Ladles' Dresses and Skirts. Man's Top
Shirts. Notions of various kinds, Jewel?
ry, etc.: nbottt 100 pairs Man's, Ladies'
anil Children's Shoes, and various other
kinds of good.*.
I This Is the largest and ho?t class
of goods offered by us at auction ihls
' year.
j All of the goods are seasonable,
'fresh and in koo:| condition, mostly in
j original packages,
j Special attcnVloii ..f dealers is called
to this sal'.
i Tili'. YA LENT INK AUCTION CO.
Atlantic CitP &esnrtb
Directly on th? ocean from; always
:?? n, WALTER .1 BUJSBY.
Arlington Hotel
Michigan Ave. near Bench.
Every modern convenience ami
?omfort. Kates. $2.50 ami up daily.
>pccial weekly rate*.
K. J. ??Iii ?RM. & SOX.
?3>Ci)00'S.
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE
LCXINCTON. V?.
I TB- n-?rdrt V, a ? -?. ?t Itwif tantwl Mtttiat l ?!'.? II?
i for?f tieil.tu<?. .v.?uip-ml KTATR 0A0ET.1 to fll. nraww
lath* 11th, IMS, ?th. Xtth, i.MM. ??t-l ,?i r):i, v...i >
' nalDulrM4a.aa4afrnattlMXUt*ATlinnG Th??aap|.?
I intnli *??ff !"<? aeint an< Una* ??rtira? o, iliml i?
?.l.lrt.? < le it ? ui..1?-in.fl ? ?? batua Juna 10th, >.i !uiu,i
i M"s '%. \V. NICHOLS, Snot.
By c L?. & ir. L Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneer*.
t'UBMC VUCTION SALE
OF
The Desirable, Modern
Two-Story Brick
Dwelling
No. 2123 Floyd Ave.
Ar the r'niest of the owner, -who la
determined to .-ell, wa will offer at
,. ; auction, 0:1 the premises, on
THURSDAY. .MAY 2. 1912.
at O'clock P. M..
above mentioned property. The
improvements consist of now aix-room
I brick dwelling, witli hot water rreat
llng, electric lights ami other convent
1 ences. together wirb a irood collar.
Tlits will make an unusually attrac
tice tic home or rooiI investment.
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
sale.
I C. L &? H. 1.. DES'OON,
Auctioneers.
By Edward S. rtose Company
and
Rufflh & Sloan.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
In onl-r to settle an estate, "we are
requested to offer by publla auction,
on the promises, on
THURSDAY. MAY 3, 1912,
at 5 o'clock P. M.,
tiioso three two-story brick dwellings.
Nos. 601, 603 and
603^ West Gary
Street
They contain seven rooms
each, in addition to bath ami pantry,
and are in excellent condition. The
location of this property and tho basis
on Which tiny are now renting would
make a most profitable Investment.
AT ?'. O'CLOCK P. M., OX THE SAME
DAY,
We will offer on the premises, No. 1919
Tay] ?!? Stre.-t. this heln?r a three-room
frame dwelling, and a pood lit tin
renter, it should attract any one hav?
ing a small amount to invest. Be aura
I to attend,
TERMS: Announced at sale.
EDWARD S. ROSE CO.,
and
RUFFIN & SLOAN,
j Auctioneers,
?3iuibenh ?oticr?.
Atlantic 1'oast Line ll.iilroad'c'ompiuiy*,
Ofllcu of the Treasurer.
Wilmington. N. <?'.. Mov I. 1912.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OK AT
lantle Coast Line Railroad Company
1 has declared a dividend of two and
j one-half per cent, on the preferred
capital stock of that company, pay
ubli nl tho ofllce of the treasurer, at
Wilmington. N. C on and after MAY
le. 1912. The transfer hooks are
i ? Inscd from the J9th day of April.
I 1912, to May 10, 1912, both dates
j inclusive. JAMES F. POST,
I_Treasurer.
Th e Confederate Museum
I TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN V A. M. TO 5 P. M.
I Admission, 26c. Fre- on Saturdays*
Lambert Farm
To be Subdivided Into 14 Farms
RANGING FROM 26 AC RLS TO 200 ACRES,
WILL 15L SOLD
At Public Auction
Monday, May 6, 1912, Noon
One mile from Wariield Station, on Seaboard Aii Line Railway, and two
niiics from ALBERTA, .it junction of S. A. L. Ry. and Virginian Ry.
Lambert Farm i-. in Brunswick county, and i-- situated on the I'ctersburg
Boydtoii Turnpike, which is to be a lin!. in the Capital *.<? Capital highway.
A Great Chance to Buy a Farm
The sale w ill positively laStc place on above date, regardless of the weither.
Come and See the Property
We cordially invite ever;, one to come pud look over the property, as we
have a man cm it win, will gladly -li<>u %??>'?! over it and the lines of the sub?
divisions.
This growing town is only two inilc3 fro:u this farm. Alberta it already a
town of several hundred inhabitants, and i- growing very rapidly, it being the
junction of the Virginian and Seaboard Air Line Railway.
TWO HANDSOME GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY.
HAND OF MUSIC. TWIN AUCTIONEERS.
Will Sell at Private Sale
Wc prefer waiting until the au< :> >n ..I - to sell the property, but knowing
that it will ."?.-it be too late to farm the property this year, we will sell the tracts
at the prices offered before the sale. But after the sale has started prices do
not hold good,
FOR Fl LL PARTICULARS
ADDRESS
Virginia Farm Development Corp.
OFFICES AT
NORFOLK, VA. RICHMOND, VA. KENBRIDGK, VA.

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