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Greater Richmond's Orjetest Neivspaper,
G,eK&E?8ST WANT AM) HEAL ES?
TATE RttSUIU? IN V1UG1.MA AN1J
UM: OK the IiEST IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
Dollj-, one cent per wort! vrbcn paid!
lu udvuucc. No AU. tukeu for Ichs Hum
ten cents.
,??f "nd one-bnlf Centn a vrord all
vlnHKincntlonH except Munition Wanted
?or Sunday. Munition Wauled, one cent
? ?vord. No Ail. Sunday tnken for less)
thnn llfteen cente.
No Ad*, lakeii ror les? Ihnn tvrciitj
n?e ccntH when phoned lu or churned
?t du- eouaier.
I'lioue ordern no' guaranteed,
< Innslltciit loun nut guaranteed nfter
OilH) |?. m .
I"?>r l> nil nenn coot met*, send for the1
Went Ad. Matt. Plume .Monroe 1.
?ost ana S'ounn
lost, on bjioad ' a no "^"twenty
1llth eStrec-t car, ?lue.?day morning,
gray Jacket of ladles' suit. Finder
Please phone 7270-J.
I.ost, M?.Nl?.\y. NKAIt" THIRTY
fourlh and Broad, lockel mid chuln;
WL XV. 8. on lockei. Reward .: re?
turned to .Ii"'' East Brood Struct.
Lost. ciTTvimi'i7a'tk no. .-._:; Von
three shares and certificate No. 650
for two Shaios of slock of tlio I'll si
National Hank of Richmond, Vir?
ginia, standing In the name of M'n
na D. x'lionglllig, The public is
warned ugalnst dealing in these cer?
tificates. No transfer of them can
be vnlidly made. A suitable reward
will he paid for the return of
said, certificates. FIRST NATIONAL
MAN K OK richmond va
t?clp CClantea, ??alt
WANTED, FOR U. S. ARMY. aBLE~
bodied, unmarried men. between ages
of 18 a:id 3i, citizens of United etaios, !
of good character und temperate hab?
its, who can speak, itttd and write
the English language. For 'nforma
tlon apply to Recruiting Officer, b-'O
E. Broa-l Street. Richmond, Va.
WANTED, MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade, only few weck? required;
. vagi-a while learning. Steady p si
, tion when tiirrjugii. Write, for cata
j logue. MOLER'S BARBER COL?
LEGE. I'd; Bowery. New York City.
WANTED. GOOD, STEADY WHITE
barber at 2418 East Broad S.tr'ct.
A BRdGiirr, INDUSTRIOUS YOUTH OP I
icwiiti?n desires a position in office
with chance of advance men t. Ad?
dress I? ail, care Times-Dispatch.
W?NTED,: RELIABLE FA11M ER WiTH
good team to cultivate large farm j
near Richmond at once. Apnly Room I
? >00, NO. 12, .'.'orUi Ninth Street.
W A NtED, at CCCCE~ At!:N~~ \V ITH
soaje knowledge of the sausage1
j business. THE SULZBf?RO-BR ?c
.So.N'S <"??)., .Sevenuenlh and Grace.
bob pres? fe?der~\^vnteTT ?
B. AX)KINS & CO., 22 tlovernor St.
WANTED, BrIg-HT. INTELLIGENT
youth to tvorlt and make himself
useful in a JoVoing house; must have!
Kood references and not bo nfra!d j
o: wc:k. AddrKSS, In own han'wrl:
ln(T. F.r.t ?JI
IWANTED, A FERST-CIJASS BARBER.
Aipiply i"2 West Broad.
W a NT ED. si x _ VjVj'o i~5?lil7ENf'EB.-?
Apply k. a. MORING, rear IS South
laurel Streit. _ _
rvVtANfTED a FmST-cl'AlSS WHITE
harbor MURPHY'S HOTEL BAR?
BER shop.
"xoc v.!:!: '.V ANT KD FOTt GOVERN
ment position; |80 month. Send pos?
tal for list of positions open.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 397
r Rochester, N. .y._
CARPENTERS WANTED. apply
TYLER & TYiLER, corner Linden
and Cary Streets._
FINISHING c'.VRT'E NTF.KS WANTED]
at No. 215 Mayo Street. Apply nt
job ready for work._
1 . BUSINESS MEN TO KSK DKPI.I-!
rate typewritten letters. They will
keen you In touch with your present j
trade," open now territory for votir |
salesmen, save time, money and ee.t
result.". Up to date and inexpensive.
W. F. HOPS ART. Hos IUI. Phone
Madl"on 5171, Richmond. \'a_
Sintiiitonsj LUiinico, a?au
fHr5a"-CLASS HA 1 iber aND AN"ex" |
pert manlcuiist wants work out jf
cay for aumm-r, will go anywhere.'
Address E J... cute 'fines-Dispatch.
?POSITION WANTED IN SMALL |
country town by first-class meat
cutter ar.d frrocery clerk; best of I
references; position must be pernta-1
pent, a ill, cani Times-Piapabch.
S??NC~m"aN. excellent m.echan
ic. sober, good chnr.vcter, executive I
nb'.^ia.", dea'.r.ss lucrative (position;1
rwlil go anywhere. Apply B 12S,|
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
?5jtip canntc?, jfemalc
'Hv antedT^a~< ?^o'i)^^?ivr'^Tir>LY
1SS7 Monument Avenue.
?mu?ion? czaantc?, f-cntalr
?^R^^c^s^"L^\d5Y~rTf K^oo7(AVin:R
and bookkeeper desires to make
change- Can furnish best of refer?
ences. Address C 178, caro Times
Dlgpatch._
'StSS. COPIED; CTRCUDATt LETTERS
?written; envelopes addressed. Piione
.Mourn- 166-J._
Wanted, p.v a yok'nTi" lady, copy -
inp or other clerical work to do.
Address c 177. care Tlmes-D'spatch.
INTJ^TS^TRIOUS MEN AND WOMEN
wanted. Room 711, Mutual Buildinpr,
to show every ono our goods, fresh
from factory. The beat ever pro?
duced, ft necessity In every home,
factory, ba::k, business hotiac. school
house, hospital, etc. Can readily earn
from $18 to S25 per week. Perma?
nent, pleasant. Call at onco heforo
all uur ter.-Uory Is taken. Hours
8:30 to 10:30 ,v. M. and 3:50 to 5:50
p. M. _
pcotcjj?tonai *}clp (Xtnntf?
WANTED, TEACHERS F*OR PUBLIC
school and college work. Positions,
open in all Southern States. Write
for "A Plan." SOUTHERN TEACH?
ED S' AGENCY, C duml'ia. S. C._
yf ANTED, TEACHERS OK ALL I
grades, for college, public and pri
vato schools, also- matrons and
housekeepers, for fall openings in
Virginia and Southern States. VIR
; OINTA TEACHERS' BUREAU, R. W
Crldlin. Manager. Richmond. Va.
Sit?iitlDn?, pnHt??iuiuil
^v^n""t E d^^?V f.x'PERIENi'El)'
teacher, limited number of pupils toj
conch In summer, K 2fi3, carol
Times-Dispatch._
ttoom? f-ov Iauu
!?6i^'siYEx^rT^r?Ri^nlT.'^^^
rooms. 1* North Sixth Street, caati
side._
ROOMS nmXISIIED, UNFU'RiX I SHED |
or flats. 10S West Marshall.
TWO rTh?MS! FVRNISHiED, FOR I
housekeeping: also hall Toom;
?children. 11 South Adams.
for rT^nt\ NICELY FITRNISHED
rooms. KIRKTWOOD'S BROAD ST.
restaurant. 404 E. Rrond Street.
' r~ $\atp ustantt*
WANTEDT 'FOlT^STrM MEl^'TilONVTiS'.
five or slx--room furnished flat; best
care: no children; rent must bo low.
Address, stating terms and partlcu
; lers. D 212, cara Tlmes-Disoatch.
&oiititotss and Salesmen
WANTHD.
EXPERIENCED a UN URAL LINE
salesmen, those acquainted with tne
trade throughout thu Virginia? unu
Maryland preferred, to n patent a
sheet metal manufacturing plant in
the territory mentioned. Address
Til K DOMINION METAL PRODUCTS
CORPORATION, RoanoKe, s irginla.
mvxniED. jjivb wire, expbri.
eiicad salt .-.man to acll shell on
?altvd pttanuta to the Joftblng trade
in Virginia; shell on Baited peuiltita
are Balled in the shell, put up in
triple seal 'd. moisture-proof, attrnr
IIvh Be packages: commission, 25c
per eaee; r ferencea required; SHELL
OX HAl/TBD PEANUT MFG. CO.,
Main OiTlce 339 Weaton lildg., Clin?
ton, la.
TlltMl" GRADiE ?9PJ0CMAILTY SALES
man to seit our stock und poultry
powders In Virginia on Ion? time
contract: liberal commission and
commission bit mal! ordern: no ad
vatiepf. Aipplv lo THE KOUTIIVSUN
STOCK FOOD COM I ANY. Atlanta.
2?usmr00 Oppui-rumrug
wanted, one or two iTivb, pro
greaaivo business men to jo'n nie
in purchasing iuui very valuable
patents, witn the object In View .?
lormlng a small cloao corporation to
manufacture and market the above
;,at> nted articles. Articles have al?
ready been made In u small way and
found ready Hale at nice margin -jl
prollt, Jf you have from $2.500 to
15,000 to iiiveat. with services, and
want to gel Into a clean manufac?
turing bualneaa for youraelt. write
to E 211. care Timed-Dl.-pat< h.
for." t?vi j?, 2?--r?om IToTKL AND
restaurant; old established bualneaa;
central location; doing Rood busi?
ness'; no debts or mortgifrca; every?
thing* eiear: will b.-nr rtt.-ictest In?
vestigation: owner has other i:i
torests which rail 'or his time. Ad?
dress c. m c. Don an. Attorney, 21
Rank Street. Norfolk. Va.
for s?i^;~Dl?.riTnstork in wash- '
incton. p. c.; well stocked; 'doing*
Rood business; brauen post-ofrl. e |
almost pays rent Good reason for
seiiinar. 14*,600 cash. Apartment 20*
_?121_p Street. n- w._
looking for BUSINESS? our
typewritten letters will find It. In?
expensive and always ?et an Inter?
view. Bos lit:. Richmond, Va.
25oaroinB
MRS. C. K. Ii1) vVElts. 110 Ii. FRANK
lln, rooms and board for permanent
anu transient guests. Dining :uu:u
well U'tUipped.
ROOMS FOR COUPLE; ALL MODERN
conveniences; govd board. 41u Weat
O ra.?: e.
W'A N'FEI >, BOARDERS FOR LARGE,
desirable rooms; also table 'buardcra.
209 East Grave.
\V.\.\Ti:U, TABLE BOARDERS AT
Greahaan Court Cafe; ape-cial ?um
m<r rat*}a from June i to Scplom
?ber L Apply MANAGER.
GOOD TABLE BOARD AT .16 SOUTH
Fifth .Street: teitns reasonable.
'Fv.'.i ? ?ofples, with two C1HL
dren -estch prtferrod; fishing and
boating; two miles from station;
Troy. &BRS. I. G< WRIGHT. Crofton.
Fluvanna count)*, Va.
BOATtiD, WITH ROOM. MiRS. SMITH,
301 East Grace._
BOARDERS WANTED, 315 E. FftANk -
lln; also table boarders._
NICELY FURNISH ed room an d
Rood board for home comfort. 503
n. Fifth Street.
~&cal Cstatt S:ot Sale
Si )\ 1 )n JIOOMB; ELUXTl' R1C LI GHTti,
hot and cold wiater; Barton Heights;
?3,-i.>?; ternu to sun; <t dandy home.
SIX-ROOM HOUSE. lUOllLLX?
J'ark; reaaoiiitble term?: ?J.JO'j. also
two low. Woodland Helg*hta; very
?pretty. IVkiRJCBR, BAOBV Co. INC
K.-ul Ksta.te and loauranoe 1711 Mu?
tual Building. Phone Madison 307S.?
FOR SALE, BRAND-NEW. TWO
atory. ?j-ruo:n house, with S'.i acre'
of land; hou*n plastered Inside, roof
outside and woodwork Inside piCru
td: porch front and back: pood wa?
ter, pump; one outbuilding. r.'xJ'*;
six acjck cleared; one-half thnber.
To see place take Richmond and
Chesapeake Ray trolley line to
Grct nwood Station, which Is m n
utcs out; then walk west quarter
mile to Old mountain road; look to
vour left, you will see three new
houses, tho llrst on.; painted a drab
color with porch In front, supported
bv six old colcn'al columns. Can be
hiid for $3,000. O. JITVE, Glen Al?
len^Vji;__R^FJLjD^No;_2._
'J-tTi ?CIi-K P'URCIIASWR. TWO IATP.-4;
SACRiTFIOE: LEE DISTRICT;
TERMS REASONA.HLE; NO AGENTS
A 10?, CARE TnPBS-T>TSBATOH.
40 FEET BY 179; GROVE A"1'EN I'M.
between Meadow and Rowland:
$97.50 per foot. A. 3. WATtREN. 415
North Sixth Street.
T1R1C9 30 PER CENT. TO 60 PER
TIRES CENT. SAVED on automo
T1RES RILE TIRES and TUBES.
TIKES For Information let us aciid
TIRES you our 'Tire. Prlce-Wrcckor."
TIRES Liberal terms to agents. Also
TIRES loj.s, bodies, windshields.
TIRES lamps and other rundrica at
TIRES big reductions.
TIRES TIMES SOLARE AUTO CO.,
TIRES New York. Chicago,
TIRES 1710 to 171S 1310-1213
TIRES Broadway. Michigan AVo.
eoi: sali:. Si a'x we'll in good con
dltlon, suitable for pleasure or llKht'
delivery; four-cylinder, llve-pasaen-|
gcr, 30-horsepoer; best offer accept
ed; demonstration plndlv given. Ad
dress A ii!, care Ttmcs-Dlspatch.
Summer ^onrbinrj
DIGGS COTTAGE. FRONTING CRESA
peako Bay; modern in every respect.
Boating, bathing, modern plumbing:
hoi and cold water; shower baths.
MRS. H. A. DIGGS. Box 9, Ocean
View, Va. _
BOU LEVARD 1~XX ON ' HAMPTON
Roads, country and seashore com?
bined, with city conveniences. Scud
for literature to thu MISSES TABU.
Hampton, Va. _
W A N T E 1 >, SUM M E R BOA R DE RS;
large country home, shady lawn. 100
yards from station and post-office,
live miles from Charlottcsvllle.
Terms reasonable. Address MISS
KALI.IE W- SMITH, Shadtvell. Albo
uiarle Co., Va.
*wa NTED." SUMMER BOARDER AT
"Rotindv'6'w," country home, near
Naturul lirldge; phone. Ice, Iron beds.
Apply to MRS. BltOWNLEB BAR?
GE R. Glasgow. R. P., Va._
SUMMER HOARDERS AT "COL
lego V'cw." Ashland. Large. new
house; all modern conveniences;
electric lights; terms reasonable.
Apply to MRS. ARGYLL Ashland,
Va.
NEW YORK CITY?in.WEST EIGHTY'
third Street; Central Park, elevated
road; three surface lines; conven?
ient, desirable rooms; good table;
references. Christians only.
BY MIAN AND 'WXFtE, TWO UXFUR
nlshcd rootms .preferred on first and
second floors. rtspeo.tlvely, with
bath and board; on Franklin Street,
nveat of First: wlfh (prlvata family.
iAddress Box 866, Rlohmond, Va,
DAILY PUZZLES
ANSWER TO l'ESTEKDAY'S PUZZLE.
Ducking MtOOl.
jfor Bait
ill GENERAL MiSRCAN TILK Busi?
ness in Sutsox eouuiy. furty-Iivo
Hilles of Rtcnmond, Va.; cignt inlies
of ibc Atlantic ? ?*.-<. Line. An es
lubiist,..,! business siand of twenty
Jlve years, $15,000 to jjo.ov'.' trade;
buuka uii'.n to inspection to any oi;a
mui means business, $4,000 to f?.OOu
stock, which can b? reduced to sun
buyer it he wish. Terms will u?
made very easy. Address C fc'jj. taiu
i lines-1 'ispalcli.
S?.I A Ol:ANS. -GOOD STOCK. LIMIT
cd quantity. Also luck, clay and
mixed peas. For sale by D. ETHKR
idge gc CO., Ji-33 Commerce Sti iet.
_Nortolk. Va.
i.i.l.i ? I ILIO PIANOS. FOR IOE CREAM
parlors, cIujs and BUmmer gar.i ns;
i.'.so thoVlhg picture theatres. KKR
GUSSON BROS., Piano Factory, 211
West R.-o?.-i street. aV-ov; Jefferson
Ktrc-rt.
BAJtl >AIN PIANOS: CALL ON U3 FOR j
good/Upright pianos; terms to suit;
for rebuilt pianos; squares, $25; up-'
rights*. ,$1 JO. FEROOSSON BROS.,
Piano Factory. Ill West Broad
street, above Jefferson Sir et.
FOR SALE, DRUG STORE! AND SODA ?
business; central location; new,
building: modern fountain. with
cherry tlxtures and well selected
Mock: splendid opportunity .'Or ex- :
pertenCed man. Address Lock Ho:: ;
156, Newport News, Va.
Foil SALE. NO. ; FLLSOMLTEli ?
steam pump; will pu:np 10 per cent,
sand or mud; 3-lncii discharge, halt- :
inch steam. Also 60-H.-P. boiler, 15-j
11.-P. engine, iwo steam drills; one |
double-drum hoist, one single-drum
holst, derricks, cars and track; two
horsepower hoist, winches and gen?
eral quarry or conti actor's equip?
ment. Address H ?5, care Times
Dispatch._
FOR WAGONS go TO RICHARDSON
BROS.. 610 Brook Avenue. Painllng,
repuiri.'ig and rubber-tiro work.
Madison 1167._
WE HAVE SOME SPECIAL INDUCE
inents to offer you In the talking
machine line. C. B. HAYNES & Co.,
121 W. Broad street._
FOR SALE. OAK BOOKCASE AND
desk combined, hall rack, chlffontlli r
and folding bed with mirror, cheap:
all In perfect condition. 7 South
Fifth Street._
TEN (loi SHARES OF "R. L. BARNES
Sufe and Lock Co." S per cent, pre?
ferred stock for sale. State best
price. Address K 5'.', cure Tlmes
Plspatch._
Full SAL!;. THREE "TOP WAGONS. $40.
$25 and J15; three top buggies, rub
)"V tires, $65, I'.'.", and 120; also Sev?
eral runabouts and one surrey. A.
MEYER'S SUNS, 731 K. Cary Street.
BICYCLES! YES. THE BICYCLE YOU
want 1= at BICK ERST A KF'S, 1S11 E.
Main._
KING OK REPAIRERS.
IF YOU HAVE AN ARTICLE THAT I
no one else can mend bring It to j
_BICK El 1ST A IT, ISM E. Main. _
SECOND-HAND BOILERS. ENGINES,
machinery of every description, belt.'
tug, hangers, pulleys and shaft'ng.
Condition guaranteed. I. BLCFoRD:
Ss C>>.. E. Cary Street,_
TRY MEYERS FOR YOUR NEXT
buggy or surrey. We have them
In ull styles; rubber or steel: prices
Hie lowest and easy terms. Agents
for Columbus btiggiCS. A. MEYER'S
SONS. 731 E. Cary.
ftral ?tjjratc ocianico
FAMXLY OF ^TOUll ADU1L/R3 wants
to rent furnished live or six-room
house for the summer months; care?
ful iure tak/jn; anust have low rent;
references furnished; state termj,
otc. Address C 174. caro Tlnies
Disptach.
VVS NTOD, IX TWO BLOCKS OK OAK
ivood car line, on or the line, six,
soven or elghb-room houso. with gas
and hot water. C 1S9, care Tlmes
Dlapa-tc h._
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH J. A. CON
NELLY & CO. Write postal for noc
essary blanks.
I&eal estate Jfoc &ent
FOR P.ENT. SECOND AND THIRD
floors, 400 East Broad Street, about
0,'m.u feet lloor space, suitable for
lodgu rooms or business location.
?SIX-I LOOM 1 IOKSE LN ItI\'ERVIEW";
thorough order; chicken yard and
garden; on car linr; rents $20) per
annum. Phone all ihis week Madison
93?._
IFOR RiEXT, BBtAUTdFUL TW'i
story -house on W)e?t Avenue; com?
pletely furnished; pos->es.i'.o-i at once;
terms reasonable. A 110, Cil re Time*"
Dispatch._
FOR RENT, PART OF 735 E. MAIN,
for office or business.
J2O1VCC0
NOTPCE To' CONTRACTORS: THE
School Hoard of Brookland District,
llonrluo county. Va., will rcco've
bids fur tue construction of an ad?
dition to the Barton Heights school
Building, Burton Heights, Va., until
U o'clock noon. JUNE S, 1812.
Each contractor will be required
to nie with iii> bid a certified check
for $250 to guarantee that he will
enter into a contract for the uniount
of his estimate. Clucks will oe re?
turned to the unsucceasful b'ddors.
Checks will i>e made (payable to
Chairman, School Board, Brookland
District. Henrlco county..
Plans, specifications and Informa?
tion mav ho had from ALBERT F.
HUNTT, Architect, Xo. 1107 E. Main
Street, to whom the bids, scaled, will
bo addressed, marked "Barton
Hnights School."_
HOUSE CLEANING A SPECIALTY.
.RICHMOND OFFICE CLEANING CO
?Monroe 22DC._ _
DUPLICATE TYPEWRITTEN LET
ters. W. F. HOB ART. BOX 1142.
Phone 5171._
WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAIINKE BROS.. jawelors, 912
Eaat Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and. REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sil?
ver always taken In exchange.
Jrlntj-. ifoc IflUnt
FIRST FLOOR FLAT OR SEIMRATE
rooms. 210 East Franklin Street
Coal anb ailooo
j ?bt " phon e ' to' 'u e adquaYitIbrs
ror wood. I recommend slab wood
for hot water. Makes quick, hot
flro and goes out when you arc
through your work or cooking. Vir?
ginia anthracite coal 1? cheapest for
hot weather. Will send a sample
free. long. Madison 1070.
WOOD AND COAL.
OUR DRY KINDLING bust in CITYi
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; $1.50 half-cord. DA?
VID M. lea & CO. Phono Monruo
6SC.
25cairj l?antrb
WANTED. BOA I;: i ,\ .\ i ? itOOM FOR |
man, wife and child uf six years of
ukv; prefer a suburban place, fairly
exclusive and -.v.l.; private family, if
possible; will bo ready iacer part
of June; stat? price and P irtlcul irs;
references exchanged. A 103, care
Times-Dispatch._
WANTED, ROOM AND BOARD Full
wife and chill by Juno I. Catholic I
family preferred. Address i; 218,carol
Times-Dispatch. I
^oiT?ri^^fis tin? ??tprK |
Horses' REST HALF-MILE CITY; j
Virginia blue kim.?; board and pas
lure; terms. Madison 4057-Y.
AlTTK LITTLE FRENCH BULL T'?P? i
tliro motitlin old; brlndlc; will ma-i
ture at twelve pounds; also Boston '
terrier and C'/,i:e pups. W'lHOUGH
HY KENNE I J". No: folk. Va.
FOR 3AXiE, DA !:' SE MI' DE W El UI is I
alout 1.250 poutt.ls: eight years oldtl
good worker: ?? \r. '?>.: se-n at 'A". J.
TODD'S SONS, 120 North Sixth St.
personals
fJ?pLTcATE" "T V PL A I' 1 ( TEN" "LET
ters. W. F. HOBART, BOX 1112.
I'hone r,171._
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 20: North Third.
Ixienreb j
DUPLlOATB TYPEWRITTEN LET- '
icrs. W. F. HOBART, BOX 1112.1
Phone, 5171:._
WANTED, TO BUY FOR CASH,
household goods in any quantity.
Phone Madison 3851^ _
WANTED, SECOND-HAND HAGS AND
burlap. Ask for prices. RICHMOND
BAG CO., Ill" E. Cary Street. Phone
Madison 1 ._
Li iN ; "WORRY: "LET US COLLECT
your accounts Sire and quick re?
sults. R. S. ELLYSON & CO., Base?
ment American Hank
wXnTED.~TO Pt' RCiZ?SE OFFICE
partitions, with panel work below
and glass above. Address C 173,
care Tlmcs-Dlspatch,
v\ ANTED, TO B1 V FOR CASH. ol.D
gold and old silver; any quantity.
E. C. MEYER JEWELRY CO.. 317
East Broad Street_
WANTED, TO BUY OLD MAHOGANY
bureaus, sideboards, chairs, old braS9
and silver candlesticks and other an?
tiques; also a few choice pieces of
antique furniture for sale. 13 West
Main. Phone Monroe 2507.
QSisrrilanrous
GET YOUR NAME UP.
VIRGINIA SIGN WORKS AT THE
Sign of the Red Lions, 320 E. Main
Street. _
' SLl" 1? <C?Y ERS
SLIP COVERS -MADE TO ORDER,
furniture polished and repaired.
LEVY, the Upholsterer, 425 West
Broad.
SLIP COVERS.
' IN LINEN AND CRETONNE, TOR BED
I room or purlor. . .ud- to lit. SYD
| NOR & HUNDLEY, INC., Seventh und
Grace. -Madison_3204._
THE MAIL ORDER WIRE COOP FAC
tory. BOXLEY BROTHERS, manu?
facturers of wire chicken and tur?
key coops, Humpas!, Va.
LOANS.
$5.000
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watches at New York rates. N. F.
JACOBS & SON. No. 2R> North Ninth.
BHOE REPAIRING.
75c HAI.FSOLE MEN'S SHOES, 60c.
ladles; every pair sewer; best leath?
er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub?
ber heels. 25c; Tred-Air rubber heels.
! 40c: leather heeli, rebuilt like new.
25c' DREW'S ELECTRIC SHO?
FACTORY. 7 J 0 E. Main. Phone Mon?
roe 2667. _ _'_
PHONOGRAPHS.
WHEN YOU BUY LOOK FOR THE
name Edison If you want one you
can understand every word on the
record. C B. HAYNES & CO.
TOOLS AND CUTLERY.
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING IN TOOLS
or cutlery, see the EVANS HARD?
WARE CO., best lino nt lowest
prices In* city. 700 W. Broad Street.
LAWN MOWERS
LARGEST LINE OF LAWX MOWERS,
garden hoso In the city; prices rea?
sonable. We sell Detroit was ranges.
EVANS' HARDWARE CO., 700 West
Broad._
SPORTING GOODS.
SEC EVANS' HARDWARE CO. FOR
the largest line of sporting goods In
the city. 700 W. Broud Street.
STOVES REPAIRED.
GAS, STEEL RANGE, ANY KIND. G.
RAND. The Expert. Call Monruo 596
or Monroe 2947.
SHARPO CO.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES RESHARP
encd, 2 l-2c each, razors honed, 15c.
Work hair tested, sterilized and
guaranteed, thousand satlsllod. Send
for circular und convenient blade
mailer. SHARPO CO., 50G East Main
Street._
ANTIQUES.
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
Furniture repaired. polished and
packed; upholstorlng, etc. L. N. AIl
NALL & SON. 1617 W. Broad. Phono
Mudison C27 7._
"IF YOU CAN'T -FIND IT, GO TO
McGRAWS."
GARDEN HOSE OF ALL QUALITIES,
from the cheapest to the best. Prices
from Sc to I6C. All accessories, such
as reeds, nozzles, sprinklers and
couplings. JAMES McGRAW, 1410
and 42 E Main Street.
?fllif? $?0000810
ofTleo ot tha
Stall Highway Commission,
Richmond, VA., Mny 26, 1312.
BIDS WILL HE RECEIVED AT THE
office of ilie- Dr. J. p. Blair, In Scotts
ville, Va., until 1 o'clock P. M..WED?
NESDAY, .Inno B, mi 2. for about
1,000 yards of grading-. 6.138 squuro
yards of macadam, 2.021 square yards
of paved gutter, 3,483 linear feet of
concrete, and an alternate h'd tin
2.021 square yards of concrete gut?
ters. Plans and specifications can
be seen at the office .of Dr. J. P.
Blair, Srottsvlllc. Va., and at this
office. Specifications furnished on
application to tho underslgijed. A
certlflod check for $250 to uccotn
pany each bid. The right Ih reserv?
ed to reject any and all bids.
Proposals should be addressed to
Dr. J. P. Blair, clork of Council.
Scottsvllle, Va.. and marked 'Bids."
P. ST. .T. WILSON.
State Highway Commissioner.
&CT)OOL*.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF
RICHMOND,
VIRGINIA
STUART McG'JTRE. M.D, Pre?.
Medicme-Dentistry-Pharmacy
19th Seuion Opens September 12th.
New building. New equipment.
Eighty experienced teachers.
Excellent clinical fccililies.
Modern laboratory methods.
Descriptive Catalog!!-: on request*
e/.mJ^-ssomsiitfeM SSS?. asaasi -sjnaarixxwr
I Taught to road v'--e Hps. Ear trumpets
Inot necessary. Defoctlvo speech cor
I rooted. Classes In Richmond from
'.tune 25 to August 1. Number of pupils
limit'd. Eoiirteen years" experience.
HISS Ci M. RKDI>,
Mt. Airy School for Deaf,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SUM3IER .session OP ihk COLLEGE
til-'
Wiliiam and Mary
ditii.in, t ircima.
June in to AugtlNt 11. 1012.
j AltRtlds, 2.110 feet. Regul?r courses
and faculty. Work counts full credit
toward ?b-iirees. Athletics and outdoor
I life. William and .Mary educational
courses and rouses In the Normal
Academy, open only to men.
Total expenses f>.,r eluht weeks, in?
cluding tuition, hoard and room. ?35.
Write for bull tin to tho
DIRECTOR or TUB WILLIAM A Nil
MA 111 SUMMER MISSION.
Wllllnmsburg, V?.
Virginia Military Institute
"The West Point of the South"
Collegiate ricil tcchnic.il course* combined
with the ri){l-l di-clplmr of an unuy post.
Virginia Cadets tuition free.
: Lexington. Va. Gen. E. W. NICHOLS, Supt.
i?orci?j
turkishl^nd ROMA^nTaTHs'
Richmond, Va.
The most magnificent hotel In the I
, South. European pian. Rooms slnsle
I and en suite, with and without baths.
SphcJous sample rooms.
Rate 11.50 per duv and 'lu.var.t
The Henry Clay Inn
Iis now most attractive, with Its beau?
tiful lawn and moonlight nights.
Every attraction for automobile par?
ties. Also fully equipped for parties
j wishing to leave the hot. dusty city.
Atlantic Citp &e?ort?
^DENNIS
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
The Sea end of fireproof wing
recently completed showing open
Sun Parlors at end of sleeping
floor halls, and the Solarium di?
rectly above ihe boardwalk and
beach. Unobstructed ocean view
from all public rooms
and many guest
?? chambers.
^flaiPlljlBk Cap. 600. Always open
E?w jflPnT^E WALTER J. BL'ZBY
fit
HPK
One of Atlantic City's I.iimesl und Ia-ndlng- I
AIl-the-Year Hotels.
HOTEL RUDOLF
On Ocean front. Close to all attractions.
Capacity 1,000. The locnilon. largo rooms
and open surroundings have established
11>Is as toe most comfortable hotel for tlio
Dummer. All haths supplied with Bea and
Fresh water; running water In ^iiest rooms.
BpaclOUS promenade, verandas overlook the
ramous Boardwalk. Orchestra, High-class
IteStaurant. American and European plans.
A. B. RUK BY8BR, Mgr.
JOBL IUI.I.MAN, Pres.
. COM ING TO-AT 11A N TIC 1T Y
9S
ENTS POSTAGE SECURES eULL INFORMATION
OF ATLANTIC CITY, ITS HOTELS, AMUSEMENTS,
STflEETS ETC. "OFFICIAL" GUIDE SENT FREE
BY CITY INFORMATION BUREAU
THE WILTSHIRE,
\lrslnta Avenue and Beaoll, Ocean view,
? irently Improved. Cap. 3.".0. private baths,
runnlnir water In rooms, elevator, etc. j
.Music. Special. $i;.60 up weekly; 12.60 up
dally. Open all rlio year. Booklet.
_SAMUEL Kt.LIH.
dummer ?Retfoit?.
Mountain Bridle Paths ,
Always-cool. NO FLIES OR MOS- I
(jUITOFS. Every Outdoor Spoit. Msg- ?
nlfieent Swimming Pool. Sulphur and
MetUclasI Baths. fl?lf a mllllen ,prnt In Im- (
Cfor?mrnU. S.nte mnni^fmmt n l:. tri Chsffl*
erlln. Old l'eiut. I;er lafninttka a<!<ltetl
GE0. F. ADAMS, While Sulphur, W. Vs. ?
WHITE SULPHUR
SPRINGS
Grcenbrltr County. W. Virglnlo
I The Valentine Museum
I ELEVENTH AND CLAV STREETS,
Open dally from 10 A. M. to I r. 1^.
I Admission, 26a, Free oc Saturday a, I
J3t^ton ?njc?^O"' Say.
Virginia Auction Co.,
Auctioneers, 616 E. Broad.
Auction Sale of the!
Entire Household
Effects of
7 1 0 E. Grace St.
AT AUCTION.
We will sell for parties declining
: :? keoptng, at 710 East Graco Street,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29TH,
at 10:30 A. M.,
'Mir, handsoino Dab/ Grand Piano,
standard-made; live-piece l'arlor Suit.
Odd Tailor Chairs and Hockers. Music
Cabinet, Table, Axminsttr Hugs and
Drugget, Mantel Minor. BrlC-a-Brac>{
etc.; one Quartored Oak China Closet,
Muffet. Diniupr Table and chairs. China,;
tl lass Ware, Pictures, etc.; one Icebox.
Water Cooler, Qao Uango, Table Chairs
ami Cooking urshalls; on,, Masslvo Oak
Hall K.uk and Chair, Hall and Stair
Carpets, l'ortieres. Pictures, etc.; seven
Bed Chambor Sets, consisting of Whitei
Metal Ueds. .Springs. Mattresses anJ
Pillows, with Quartered oak Dressers
and Stands. Clllftonnlers, '.'hairs. Hock?
ers. Tables, Writing Desks, Single and
Double Mirror Door and Plain Door
Wardrobes. Bedding, Linens, etc.: Win?
dow Shades and I'loor Coverings
throughout the house. Also numerous
oilier goods too numerous to mention.
Ladies invited to attend.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO..
Auctioneers.
dummer Restarts.
The Alleghany Inn,
GOSTTEN. VIRGINIA.
In the Heart of the Allcgliany .Mountains,
1*000 feet elevation. Modern brick mid atone
structure, pertcct In all appointments. Puro
water supply, sanitary plumbing;, perfect
drainage. Mineral waters?Chalybeate, Ll
' thin. .Mum. Sulphur?from thu famous Cold
I Fulph'ir Springs. All amusements. A well?
ed stable of first-clans saddle horses. Gar
<?. Cafo and Grill In connection. For
I terms and Information address the manager,
j care Cafo ltepubllque, Washington. D. C,
or Goshen, Va. Dpon June 1st. Send for
[?boolileL. J. W. ROWLAND,
Manager Director.
SPEND YOUR SUMMER AT
Willoughby Hotel
Willoughby Beach. Va.
Opens June I, 1912.
Old Swift Springs, West Va
In the ".Switzerland of America."
Elevation, 2,200 feet. Clima^o unsur?
passed.
MODERN IN APPOINTMENTS.
Now management. Everything first
class. Amusements varied and attrac?
tive. Golf a specialty. Automobile
service. Open June 15. Booklet.
?V. D. PAXTON. .Mannger.
W?rm Sulphur Springs
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA
This famous resort with the most de*
ligntful bath In America Is now open for
guests. Write for rates and inform? tin
Mrs. John L. Eubank, Warm Springs. Va
]
Wilson Cottage
Virginia Beach, Va.,
willgivc special rates from May 15th to
jjunc 15th. For particulars address
MRS. C. W. WILSON.
THE POCAHONTA9 COTTAGE,
Virginia Bench, Va.
Will reopen May 15 for the season
1!>12 under new management. Kor
terms, etc., address
I _MUS. A. H. WILLIAMS.
The Rockbridge Inn
GOSHEN, VA..
is open for guests. An ideal summer
home; large shady lawn; tenns courts,
etc.; elevation, 1,900 feet. Excellent
mountain spring water piped to house,
bathrooms. Forty accommodated. Spe?
cial rates for June.
_J. F. GUINN, Proprietor.
EDGE HILL SUMMElvToWffi
* Montvale, Virginia.
Mrs. C. H. READ, Proprietor.
On the line of the Norfolk and Western I
R. R., one-half mile from station. Large
shady grounds; Iron and Lithia Water;
good service; excellent fare'. Carriage and
wagonette will meet trains daily.
The Sayre Cottage
Buckroe Brach, Va.
Opens May 1st. Kurf bathing, fine and
safe. No undertow. Rooms cool and clean.
Modern conveniences. Table well supplied
from land and sea. Rates reasonable,
liooklet upon application. I'rurapi reserva?
tions recommended. Address THB SAYRB
COTTAU-E, Buekroe Bench, Va.
Sweet Chalybeate Springs
SWEET CHALYBEATE, VA,
Up In tha Alleghany Mountains, (309 feet
above Ihn sea level. Klegeant Swimming !
Ton]?, Cool Nights. Itenutlfiil Mountain j
Scenery. "Water supply. Iron and carbonated,
of superior nieflleal qualltl Write for book?
let. B. F BARLE, Manager.
Sweet Chalybeate, Va,
Buffalo Ridge Springs
In mountains of Virginia, on .Tames River
Division. O. and O, No waters equal to
Bheso .fofi" Nervous Debility, Dyspepsia,
Kidney Diseases, etc. Ofien June 1. For
rates apply to MRS. BLLA C. KYLE, Buf?
falo Station, Va.
Crockett Arsenic-Lithia Springs
and Raths opens June 1. Elevation
2,1.SO feet. Cures nervous prostration,
dyspepsia, kidney disorders' malaria,
rheumatic and skinr'troublos and female
irregularities. Clears and beautifies
the complexion. Write for booklet.
M. C. THOMAS,
Crockett Spring?. Va.
Maple Shade Inn, Ptilnakl, Va.
Most beautiful hotel and grounds 'n
Southwest Virginia. Perfectly ecju ppel
for comfort und pleasure. Altitude
2100 feet. Wonderful climate. .Through
sleeper from Richmond.
Write for booklet._'_
Blue Ridge Springs, Va.
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.
By Edward 6. Rose Cmnp-eny,
Kcal Estate Auotlonftcrs.
COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE
OS
NO. 1801 JAY STREUST.
In execution of tho below mentioned,
decree, entered on the ;:4th day of May,
101.', 1 will sell by auction, upon the
premises, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 29TII DAY OF!
MAY, 1312,
at 6 o'clock. 1'. M.,
t.-.a property numbered as above. The
lot has a front, of 20 by 132 foet, more
or less. The dwelling Is after tha
order of thoso which Hud ready tenants
at good rcsKuls. He on hand upon the
day and hour named.
TERMS: Ono-nalt in cash, and tho resi?
due In six months from day of sale,
the credit Instalment, to ho evidenced
by a note of the purohascr, with. 6 per
cent, added, and t!,o title retained until
tho whole purchase money Is paid and
a conveyance ordered by tho court; or
all cash, at tho option oi the pur?
chaser.
John* J. .< ; ;. ?
Special Commissioner. '
EDWARD S. ROSE CO.,
Auctioneers.
Virginia?In tho Daw ami Equity Court
of th0 City of Richmond:
Nclllo C. Dlnan and William E. Dlnan
vs.
Mary E. Dlnan, Marl? I* Dlnan.
Raymond a. Dlnan and Kllzabeth Dlnan.
I, P. P. Winston, clerk of the said
court, certify that the bond requlrad
of the special commissioner has been,
duly given.
Given under my hand this 24th day
of May. 1912.
P. P. WINSTON. Clerk.
By RulTln & Sloan.
Rial Estato Auctioneers,
SO'J East Main Street.
At the request of the owner, W?
shall oft-'-r for aale at public auction,
on the premises. On
WEDNESDAY. MAY 23. 1912,
at 6:30 o'clock P. M.,
NO. S"3 NORTH 24TH STREET.
This property is in good condition,
containing eight extra largo rooms,
wide hails and spacious porches, with
paved back yard; also all modern con
venteTices that go to make up a com?
plete home. The lot is unusually wide,
having a frontage of 33 feet to a depth
of i2? feet to an alley In tho rear. On
tlie rear of tho lot there are some out?
buildings of good value, from wihtch a
rental of S!'J.",'i per month could bo
gotten; also a good stable, containing
four stalls. This being an unusual
opportunity to secure a nice home. In
face of the fact that the owner is
willing to let It go at a very low
figure, it should attrant tho attention
of both home-seekers and investors.
TERMS: Announced at sal.?.
RUFPDJ & SLOAN.
Auctioneers.
Auction ?alcjS, future SDag0
By Charles A. ilose Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALTS
OF
LOT OTT LAND. WITH RRTCR
DWELLING THEREON. k3nown AS
NO. OS NORTH .SEVTH^PH STREET.'
By virtue of a certain deed of trusb
to the undersigned trustees, dated.
December 23, 1910. duly rcoorded Irs
Clerk's ofnen of Chancery Court of tho
city of Richmond. In D. B. 209-D. peg*
416. default having beon made in the,
payment of the debt secured thereby,
and hnvlng heen requested so to do by
tho beneficiary, wo will proceed to sell
at public, auction on tho premises,
FRIDAY, MAY 81, lfm. AT '
6 O'CLOCK P. IVt
nil that lot of land with the brick
dwelling, No. 606 North Seventh
Street, and nil other Improvements
theroon, beginning 170 feet north of
Leigh Street at the north line of a 30
foot alley and running north and
fronting on Seventh Street 85 feet 11
Inches, and hack between parallel lines
120 feet to a 20-foot alley.
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay oft
and dlseiharge a note for $3.000, with
interest and costs of executing this
trust; balance upon terms to be stated,
at sale.
ORDWAY PULLER, '4
ARTHUR E. Cd>iAJ?MlAlN. ?
Trustes* j
CHUCRTJES A. ROSE CO., 1
Auctioneers. I
By C. L, * II. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE S AUCTION SALE OF
NEAT, MEDIUM-'SIZED DWELLING
IN HIGHLAND SPRINGS, WITH LOT
FRONTING 100 FEET ON DAISY
avenue;
By virtue of a deed of trust dated
November 28, 130.S, recorded In Henrlco
County Circuit Court, Deed Book 184A,
pug.1 ISO, and at request of note holder,'
default having been made In payment
of debt secured, I will sell by public
auction, on tho premises, on
FRIDAY. MAY 31ST. 1912,
at 1 o'clock P. M?
the property described In said deed as
all that lot of land, with all the bu'ld- .
lngs and Improvements thereon, lying
and being In tho county of Henrlco,'
Va.. In tho plan of Highland Springs,'
fronting one hundred (100) feet on:
Daisy Avenue, designated ns lota Nos.'
27 and 29, in block "D," section 6. Im-'
provements consist of a neat dwelling.
terms: Cash for debt due, any tax-es
eine and unpaid, and expenses of sale;
balance at one and two years.
C. L. DENOON.
Trustee.
By Edwnrd R. Roso Co.,
Real Estate Auctlonees.
AUCTION SALE OF
NO. CMS EAST CARY STREET,
of that well-known and long-estab?
lished Saloon und Liquor Store, situ?
ated within the shadow of our great
skyscrapers and the heart of business.
By request of the owner, wa will sell
at auction, upon the premises, on
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912,
nt 12 o'clock noon,
the property numbered and locnteel aa
above. An opportunity knocks only
once at your door. Avail yourself of
this one by ncqulrlng a little spot from
which. In the shapn of monthly divi?
dends, as well as a future Increase upon
Its present value, a fortune can he
bnllded. A word to tho wise is sutn
c.lent. Govern yourselves accordingly
and be on hand at t!tu hour named.
TERMS: At sale.
EDWARD S. ROSE CO.,
Auctioneers.
?rai CJotatt iFoc &alt
Interest You?
An opportunity to tho ?mall In?
vestor with one, two or three hundred
dollars to make 10 3 per cent, and
havo his money secured by real estato
is seldom offered. Th<? big follows do
it with big capital; you can do the
same with small capital. It costs you.
notthlng to learn how. "Write to-day.
Address "Secretary," Suit* 617 Mar
hrldge Building. Broadway, corner 34th
Street. New York City._ :
*" 15 ACRES.?-House, four rooms; good
barn, poultry houses, orchard, "Well,
stream; near station; fourteen miles
north of Richmond, Prloe. $1.500.
OWNER.
_Box 13. At)**. Vs.
The Confede rate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY 3TRSSrT?.
OPEN 9 A. M. TO ? P. M.
i Admission, 16c, Fto? on Saturdays^

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