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P&BATKST WANT AMI lllSAIi K
TATtt MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA, A>Ui
ONU Ob- THE ?BST IN AMERICA. |
Want Ad Rates
Dull)', oii<- cent per word nhca paid
In advance. .No Ad. lukuii lur icaa tk?a
? en I'CUlJ.
One and une-uulf ccoti a word ?II
fin-. .111. m. except Situation Wunlcd
fur huuilii). situation Wuutni, our cent
a word. No Ad. Sunday mkru l?r l??S
tIn?ii nfteen err li,
JNo Ada. tokru tor troa than I went}
live cents When pboucd lu ?>r chui'geU
ui t be i ounier.
I'uoue unlrri iiut cuuraiiterd.
< lusfilllcullouit uol jjujirnutced a-?rr
Di30 I'. U. |
Vor business cimlrm-ta, ?nid tor ,je.
Want Ad. Mna. I'lmur aluuro* i.
icon ?n? j.uuua
C&btT^n broad street, bet ween
Fourth und Flint Street, a scan pin,
consisting of Mix chip diamond* ixiid
initials R. Flndor pleuso return to
<.'. p. KENNY a- CO., Sixth and Broad
Ktr?:"ti<, and :. cclv- reward.
IvOBT, GOLD-BEADED BRACELET on
Broad, between fifth and Seventh, or
on Hull BtreOt oar, between 3 and
a:30, July 1, 19X2. Howard If re?
turned to 1603 Hull Street, or call
Madison II'-J
J.l.l i ON,? MAIN STREET CAR MON-'
stumble, for two gentlemen. 1"7 n.
containing about til In money, trunk
cheek No. i?.ii>i;i5, and way bill to
Lakopoha, n. J, Reward u returned
to 20b Sou11i_Meadow.
[WA NT ED, INK' IBM ATION OF At IDLEY
i\ Jordan (alias ? J tnmle"), formerly
of Ooochland county, Va. Last heard
of In Blehinond. June, 1909. Import?
ant hews, write his sister, ANNIE
JORDAN. Vigor, V.l.
COST. U'.t'l lll'.M AN S l'( >'i;NT?1N
Harrison Street. Broad to Main Re?
ward for return to C HARRIS II
South Twelfth Street, I'lione Madi?
son ItVS-Ia.
l^rlp CCiuntrD, 'iliuU
\\"?nt;-'i.'. i ? ill V 'ak5v,'1IbEi
bodied, unmarried men, DetweenaK'j
of i? and 36, citizens of United otatea,
of good character and temperate hab?
its, who can speak, read und write
tne English language. For 'nforma.
t.on apply to Recruiting Officer, X24
E Broad it reet. Richmond. Va.
ilEN WANTEI>. BET WEEN~THE AGES
of and years, to learn tbii
street railway bus nets; good wages*
paid; breaking In time j. ? i? i for and
weekly ivjij'.j guaranteed Good
positions foi steady, reliable young
litcri. Address J 750. cue Times
SvAN 1 E11, * fl 11tEE WKL.L-EXI-ER1"
vnced canvassers; big money-maker
tor hustlers Call after t 1*. M. 60S
East Main Street (upstairs).
^TAILOR WANTED; MUST BE ItELlA
ble. KAHN'S. p| (Hi ttmpnd (No. 713
K Broad Bti ? et I
fyOL'Nci MAN TO WORK IN NEWS AND
? gar >t.?nd it night, reference re
Dispatch.;_\^ r? '"? "
Sv ANTED. GOOD HOTEL STEWARD.
AddresH l'U> il'BI l. 1< 'It OHO0RETT
^SPRINGS. Va.
[WANTED, BOY Foe COUNTY STORE;
bright, honest and work'-r: One de?
termined to Succeod. Good chance
here. Board furnished State lowest
Martin? skUry. ATER ti FINCH,
Yorktown. Va. _
SvA.nTED.?MEN AND BOYS. IF YOU
want a good position Lain tho au?
tomobile business; thirty days re?
united, good positions open. CARO?
LINA AC Tu SCHOOL, Charlotte,
HELP WANTED FOR tailor. ap
ply mr. sin.\I., si; v. r-i Cary._
Wanted, a colored h?hse
ier; young man for tire or floor.
Write thos. QUINlivan & son,
sos Prlncesl St. Wilmington, n. C.
feituutfono caunuo, 33aU
V]\ FARM-- .V.'NERS. do you
want ur. ?-xpcrli nccu manager for
: our farm? Why not double your
M'ops? 1 will make your farm yield
iia greatest capacity and Increase In
fertility, Write now. k ?78. care
Timi .?? ? Dispatch.
a|;y<j ,: n11 w hit is ma n^DiTsTitiis vJT
?lllon as unman: an ixj>i-rt at the
fsinoHs; also can run stationary en?
gine, pumps und do own repairs. An
LjuicUl) Box Manchester, \,?.
REGISTERED PH A RSI ac! 1ST wants
position; ..an furn'ah good referenci
md am not afraid Of work Address
K .71. eile Tlnies-1 ilspntch._
YOUNG man wants POSITION in
drug store with chance to learn the
ilness win work part of time at
fountain. K 77 1. cure Tlmci-Dls
_n_
a young WHITE man DESIRES Po?
sition at most anything respectable
willing to work. Can give best of
reference. Call Madison 6720.
IYOUNQ MAN. 21 YEARS, OF GOOD
tamlly, wishes position with law firm
as stenographer. Address K 7 76. rare
Tlmcs-Dlspatc h _
JrlRST-CLASs"" COMPOSITOR WANTS
position! ai refereni as. Address ic
772. earn Times-Dlspatoh._
WAITED, "POSITION AS SALESMAN,
general merchandise or grocery
store; seven years' experience; no
cigarette or whiskey hat It; married,
81 years old; best references. Ad?
dress Box No. 87, BnttTeboro, N. C.
j;; ?. i. T;:!:ED PHARMACIST., EXPE~
rlenced. caiuible ami energetic,
wishes po.-<ltioii as clerk, manager;
references. L 823, care Times-Dis?
patch.
I^a ? 1 ? ?' i
i?ri|) c?tintr? jremalc
rANVASSINi; "SALLSLA'rilES "KELT,
famous beauty powder; salary and
commission. Call n a. m. MR.
?IONES. 1-H Fi. Broad (upstaIrs).
WANTED, HOUSE GIRL. APPLY at
2OS East Franklin IStreot.
[WANTED. A COOK. APPlTv" WITH
references. 1014 Park Avenue.
WANTED, A FEMALE stKNOORA
pher for law work; murft bo nccd
rate. TCBNBL'LL TURNBULL?,
Lawrence vi lie, \*i.
r.-,-_-,-1;
tsiW9tton& cu?nc?D, XTinaU
ci iiok "" w'.V.vi i":i t^C witTiv^RbfbR
enccs. AppI] BIS Ea;;t Clav street,
r?-t.-?r>
feituationtf, pi??f??ional
Wanted^ ro^i^JoNT^TjyTpR^
family to teach small children. Mlfc's
_.1._beth ell. News Ferry. .Va.
"WANTED. SUBSTITUTE BAlTlTONE
solo in tiunrtotte bass position In
choir for July and August. Phone
Monroe 9?2.
V. A \ rI;11, BY" YOUNG I^ADY. p03i
t i.?ii as governess for small children;
live years' experience; references
exchanged. Addreas Box 414, Buena
... v.l._
fe?liritDi? ?n? ?5dic!5incn~
W A NT EI >. SALESMEN Foil sta PL K
line, aluminum cooking utensils; es?
tablished twenty years; extensive
tulvcrJUsors, liberal dealers' treat?
ment, Iroil-olad guarantee; excellent
openings for strong salesmen who
can sell high-priced, high-grade
goods to hujdwaie, furniture and
general store trade; strictly com?
mission; no advances: exclusive or
sidn line. Address, with references,
particulars and stato territory de
alr?d. I. P. a. company. Lemont;
[WANTED, REGULAR AND sideline1
salesmen to sell new patent to mer?
chants; iibmvii com mission and big
seller. UTILITY PATENT NOVEL?
TY CO., i:oitno\e, Va.
BOtiCt?
$75It1SdT"2veTC^ODy^Vse'i: fjIi;
motorcycle races, weotllng match.and
returns from the Johnson-Flynn
lu izi light at Fair Grounds July 4 ut'
I 2 P. M._Admission, Jij c'iits.
WANTKllT TIIK PUBLIC TO know
that JAHNKi; bros., Jewelers. Hi
Kant Main IStroet. buy, sell, exchange)
und remount diamonds IN tub
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and ?u
vr always Tlken In ? \, .naime._
?w?inr?js Oppoftmuttc?
A GoT/D SoOniX" PKOFITAljiE.
wholesale and retail business for
aalc. Will reuulro IlO.OOO to 116,000;
Investment win sell Immediately; am
paying 40 to 60 tier cent, on invest?
ment ; am turning cap'tui over every
30 to 45 days- If you don't mean
huslnciia and have not the money
don't answer. Address J IOC, care
Tlmea-Plapatoh._
TAILORING BUSINESS Full' ~~XAU1~.
have a long established trad?>: doll it
a larito uleanlhg and repa'rlng iiu.?
Ineas. best locution la Petersburg,
' V.t.; very cheap rent. Address LOCKS
m, baxter, 8 N. Sycamore Street,
I 'oteraburg,Va._
W ? n t eI >. en < 11N I SB and BO I i. !: I; s
fur overhauling. richmond ma
chine works. inc._
wanted, party with BAND mill
and complete outfit to manufacture
80,000,000 feet of nice, original growth
short leaf board limber. Address,
I with full d<rlptlon -if outfit, P. o.
I'.'.x No. :'!?;, Sun'er. K. c_
Ufdl CQtiUC j'oi fealr
foil SALeT REGAL' kuNABOl'TT AS
good as neu-, hoa run lens tiih.11 2,600
miles. Price. 1000. K 773. cat o Tlmefc
Dlspatch._ _
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT. WHAT?
Making mon.-y In South Richmond
I prcj,; rty. Kor sale by Jennings .t
< <'o : x:, feet or: null. near Fifteenth,
i ? : the foot, values irirrensing daily.
i ip.; feel corner lulck store. Seventh
and Hull. * 12.0OO. hebt corner in
I town. 120 feej On Hull, near Seaboard
depot, 1136 per foot; HiO feet on
I Balnbridge, near Seventh, suitable
("'.:? factory or warehouse. 850 pel
foot, worth double; 111.000 buys four
new !>rick houses. 120-foot corner
lot. renting for $1.200. near post
oftlco; splendid estate Investment.
JENNINGS & CO., 1020 Hull Street.
Madison 175._
HIGHLAND SPRINGS. VA?THR E K
Iota, house, flve rooms and hall,
well. etc.. for s..Ie; $575: half cash.
K 773. care Times-Dispatch.
Dr-ciutr iinb Clftminfr
ATI'iNAI, DYEING A N 1 ? ? LEA NI SO
Works. Mis. L A. Bedford. Proprle
ic Ladles' gentlemen i cloth*
mg cleaned; al?o hats cleaned and
reblockedj feath. rs lived and curled.
Work called fn- and delivered
promptly . Ladles' work a laity,
1205 1-3 W. Main. Phor.o Madi.-.on
pdirntQ
v :': .N .' - ',:. ? T?BRs6NAir PcON^
eullation In Rtebnionil with invent?
or.'; nttesri years' experience; satis?
factory refeovsrio ?1. S. H. EVANSj
Patent Attorney, lto> 984, Jtlc'nmond,
Buarotnfj
SrSTcT kT BO WElGr/Tfo' 1C."~FRANK*
l'.n. rooms a.r.d ooard U>r peCTnaawat
and transient guesta; dining room
well <quippesl._
MRS LEB STRINB LIFSCOMB, HAN
ove-r Cafe, leu Weat Franklin. Sum?
mer rates. Transients a specialty.
PjTiVATE SOUTHERN FAMILY OF
:? ir good homo to young busin.-ei
man er woman, S PETERS. 140 W.
??::?? Hundred a.-.d Fourth Street, New
1 ork CitYj_
WANTED, BOARDERS FOP. t.Altai;,
desirable rooms; also table boarders,
j 20 6 East Grace.
L\uuuii3 j-cr Unit
PLE.Cs'aNT.^AI^
North Sl.vth. east side of street.
TWO LARGE ; FRONT ROOMS. P. KAr?
able, for two gentlemen. 107 North
Third_
TWO ATTRACTIVE FRONT ROOMS
lh West Knd. Reasonable. I. &23.
rare Times-1 llsp.ilt. h.
R f>MS FOR RENT! APAP.TMK.sf~4,
THE HANOVER, Monroe c:u--J.
.flats j"-or Urnt
S^nTtTFh'I^)"'^^
six i coins and servant a room, $4S0;
hot water heat. Ras and electricity,
conveniences. By n-niing this flat
you save time arid '.>: i.ir.- and have
atrlotly modern conveniences. ORBN
SHAW (c RICK8
Her, Co til ano vXloo?
' PLXti:'"ICE', 1 ?UREST AND BES"t~FOR
all uses and the most economical. 40
cents per hundred. Try a load cf
I our pine and oak wood, which I? drv
and under shelter. TYLER & RYAN,
1001 West Cary. Madison 1979.
I LONG'S LARGE DRY OAK ANDPIN'E
Is r.ow relllns: at summer prices:
also slabs, cheapest wood sold; all
Of my coal Is free-burning rind at
I summer price. Order now and paj
on it weekly. Virginia anthracite a
only $8.50 this month, sample sent
fri:e. E. T. LONG, 1506 West Broad
Street._
WOOD AND COAL
OUR DP.Y KINDLING BE8T IN CITY;
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; $1.50 half-cord. DA?
VID M. LEA & CO. Phor.o Monroe
6S6.
&ununci SoiivDins
TU L ENGNOR COTTAOE, ON CHE8A
peace Hay, Willoughliy Beach, No
moaqultoea, no land breeze; modern
con veiilencos. For rates address
ETTA KNULAND. W.l.olighl.y Be-.tc
NEWPORT COTTAGE. FRONTING
Chesapeake Hay, Ocean V1?W, V.t.
Terms reasonable. M?S. 1 >. CAR
_I' E N TEIL_
TdV.tlS ' '< iTT AG E. u'V.AN Vl'llW. V A ,
Irontini; Chesapeake Bay! modern in
every respect. Boarding, lodging,
bathinic, fishing. Best accommoda?
tions jriinrantt ed._
SCHAUM COTTAGE. OCEAN VIEW,
Va.?Large, well-furnlbhcd rooms
and porcitcs; modern convcnlencos;
four-minutes' walk from amuse?
ments, For terms address MBS. F.
L. SCHAUM._
BOARDERS WANTED AT AROYLE
farm; healthy location: shady grove;
Kood water; good table; ,>ne mile of
otterburn Springs. For further
Information apply MRS w. H. FAR
_LEV. Amelia Co., Va._
BOULEVARD INN. ON HAMPTON
'Bonds; country and seashore com?
bined, with city convenience?. Send
for literature to the misses taub.
Hm nipl?n, Vn._
LARGE, SIIA D Y LAWNS. BRICK
buildings, with up-to-date bath j
rooms, lighted with gas; macad?
amized road to station. Folder and
terms on application. Drawer U.
1 i] il ?,!.<-. Vn._
QjQianriro
WANTED EVERYBODY to SEE THE
motorcycle races, westllng match and
returns froni the Johnson-Flynn
prizefight at Fair Grounds July 1 at
2 P. M. Adriiisslon. 10 cents.
WANTED. TO BUY A KIR ST - CL?S H
oyster cauiiter. Address B. MOCBA,
1124 E. Franklin Street, or phone
Madison C036.
W A NTED, TO' bTjY 1AVTR (ToOSE
feathers; beat price paid LEVY,
The Upholsterer.- 425 W. Broad SI
WANTED. TO BUY FOR C?l?Hf.
household goods In any nnanlltv.
l'hoiiu Madison 3861,
DAILY PUZZLES!
HiMJL /\YVr\Y K
liOW.LKD'
What fruit?
ANSWER rcr YESTERDAT'fl PUZZLE,
Goodnight,
J'oi- Bau
FOR WAGONo GO TO RICHAlIIa-.(iN
BROS., 611} Brook Avenue, Fainting,
retailing and tub ..?:-.:?- work.
m i'M on 1 IC7.
NEW SINGLE) TRUCKS AND LIgTTi
furnituiu wagon, grocery and butch?
er wagons, RICHARDSON BROS..
615 Brook Ave.
NEW ARRIVAL OF THE FINE8T
goods on earth now on exhibition,
and at reasonable prices. Come
and see them. VAEIDS. 217 North
Fifth.
FOR SALI;. CYLINDER DISC TALK
lng machine and urdi, on easy
terms. C. 11. IIAYNES St CO.. 121
West Broad._
FOR SALI-.. NO. 5 PL USOMKT EIt
steam pump; will pump 40 per cent
sand or mud, 8-tnch discharge, halt
Inch steam. Also 6Q-1L-P. boiler, 16
H.-P. engt:.'.-, two Steam driils, on?
aoubic dium hoist, one umgie-dt urn
hoist, derricks, cars and ttack, two
horsepower hoibt, wincncs and gen?
eral Huarry "i contractor's equip?
ment. Address ii hit. euro Tithes
Dispatch._
FOR SALE, cTTeaP. a COMPLETE
set of carpenter's tools, no foi ? h< l
und contents Apply to ELSNElt
FOR SALE CHEAP, ?,000 USED
bricks, good as new; can be seen
at 14.-4 E. Franklin Street. Phon.
Madison 6036.
FOR S.A I.E. LOT OF RAKER'S ITEN
hilt, and 14-foot bread trough, used
only a short time, cheap to tju ck
purchaser. B. MOCRA, 1121 East
Franklin street. Phone Mud t son
TOP BUGGY, $30; ONE, 40. ONE RUN
about, 130; one $60; a good open
wagon, $36; one 165; one two-horse,
top wagon and harness, three-inch
tires. JS5. We have one surrey,
one ??5 Thea? are bargains. See
THOSj II- DUKE &. Co.. s'J 1 Brook
A V etiue._
FRICK_BOILER. 20-H-P.I MOUNTED
on wheels, engines and boilers, all
nr.es and st> ..-o. condition guaran?
teed^ 1. BLUFOKD & CO._
FOR Sa"i7e.~~TWO light DOUBLE
trucks, two tingle trucks, two gro
? ? ry wagons. These are second-hand
and bat gains. Repair and patntlnfc I
rubber tire worn a specialty. Full
Ilde of surreys, buggies, runabouts,
THE MAIL ORDER COOP FACTORY.
BOX EE Y lii'.u'i H l-.i.s, .-.;.. .;.
ers and Shippers of Wire Chicken
and Turk, y Coops; Humpas-. v?.
HOISTING ENGINE, DOUBLE CYLIN
ucr. douolw drum, 40-horsepower
gasolene engine, kerosene engines,
lathes and dl il presets. 1. BLU
; _ F'.'RD CO.
FOR SALE. OnT;' TRAP. NEWLY
palnti i) and as good as new, S- ? |
one second-hand wagon in drst.-class
i condition, J",. These an greut bar
; gains. A. MEYER'S sons, t31 Fast
Cary Street._
FIVE SHARES OF B?l^lFsT?T;;i<7~"{7r.
dross K 770. care Times-Dispatch. ?
13UnI ilt&tatc cuiiiuro
; f^\'irMlc"ir"wX'N t'i-: d ' i :apXble
I working manager for ioO-aere farm
In Virginia, comfortable house, with
garden, furnished; good ftituri
right mai-. Addoss. with references
:u..; talary expected, .'. a eehaN,
ilt'2 Brodwqy. New York CItyj
list YOUR farms with j. a- CON^
NELLY & CO. Write postal for nec?
essary blanks.
~ paeon?ls"
SPIP.ELLA corset shop, mrs. COR?
NELIA moore. CITY MANAGER
CUSTOM corsets. 20S NORTH
fifth STREET, RICHMOND VA
phone madison 7252,
new arrival of the finest
goods on earth now on exhibition,;
ana at reasonable prices. Come
and see them. VARIES, 217 North;
_Fifths_
human HaTr Tk>U?HT""?ND SOL.D I
at HFQHES.'.s. .'on North Third.
utomobtles (or $s>ale
j FOR S A EE. CHALMERS DETROIT 3"
horsepower touring cur. fully equip?
ped; nearest oiler to $l,ooo takes r
HrSt-class condition. WM p AT?
KINSON COMPANY, Box 101. Pe?
tersburg, Va.
"^Kooert Harding Company. Inc., 1
June 19, 1912. :
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of the Robert
Harding Company, Incorporated, will]
bo held at the office of the company. ?
No. 10 South Eleventh Street, III the
cltv of Richmond. Va., WEDNES?
DAY, July 3. lid::, .-.t o'clock P. M.
W. .1 K1MBROUOH, j
Actlnt Si-el i.-'.ui y.
NO. ?V?A STATED COMMUN1
cation of Richmond Lodge, No.
10. Ancient. Fr. e and Accepted
Masons, will be held at the Ma. Itilc
Temple THIS (Tuesday) EVENING,
July 1912, at 7:no o'clock.
Work Master Degree.
Members of slater lodges and tran?
sient brethren fraternally Invited,
By order of the Worshipful Master.
R. L VAN DEV ENTER, j
_Secretary._
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF T.'-IE
stockholders of the Richmond Psi,>er
Man It factor ng Company will lie : - Id
at the ofllco >f the company, Gov?
ernor and ROSH Streets, Richmond. '
Va.. TUESDAY. July 1'!. 101-'. at 1-'
o'clock M.
It W LIPSCOMB i
Secretary.
' ? A SI'IVlAl, ? iI'M MFNM'A TP >N ,
V\f of NOrlliHlde Lodge No 292. A.. I
fW F A- A. M. w ill 1..- hold In Its I
lodgo room In Norths ii.- Hail. Highland I
P irk. Va.I TUESDAY EVENING, |
July 2. 1912. at 4:30 o'clock, for the
purpose of laying the corner-stone ol
the Episcopal "Church of the Ascen?
sion ''
Members of sister lodges and Irnn
sloni brethren an- fraternally inv'icd
to attend.
By o.der uf the Woishlpfui Master.
F. E. ANDERSON,
Secretary,
Q^l?rrllt.ncou?
~ ^slip* covers?*"
in linen and cretonne, tor bed |
room or parlor. ..ado lo at. 8yd- ,
nok & hundley, INC., ?uventh and ,
Qraoo. Mai) i son 32?4.
SLIP COVERS.
BLIP COVERS MADE TO order. I
fu'nlture polished and repaired..
levy. the Upholsterer. 425 West;
ijroad._ i
qet VOUH NAME Ur\
WE ARE EXPERT BIGN PAINTERS.
Prices cut to rock bottom. Qua.lt)
KuaiH oteed. Prompt service You
same money. VIRGINIA SIGN
WORKS, 'J20 E. Main Street.
STOi'.AOE.
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITY, 11
per load. Store your furniture, bug?
gies, automobiles, pianos at TOMP
KIN8. 337 West Broad._
SHOE REPAIRING.
75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. ?1o
ladies; every pair sewed: best leath?
er, no noils, no pugs. Roval rub?
ber heels, 25c; Tted-Air rubber heels.
40c; leatner bee Is rebuilt llko now,
2oc. DREW'S BLEI TRIC SHOE.
FACTORY. 711 E Main. Phone Mon-1
roe 2ii6i.
RATS AND MICE.
GUARANTEE TO RID YOUR
premises of rats and mti q and save
you from waste, expense and an?
noyance. Letters trom physiclaiis,
bankers and prominent citizens prove
my claim. Phone or write OTTO
ORK IN, Monroe 2:2;. American Bank
Bullding. I
LOANS.
15,0-jO
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watchei at New "fork rates, N. F.
JACOBS ?. SON. S North Ninth
PHONOGRAPHS.
WHEN YOU BUY LOOK FOR TUB
name Edison If you want one you |
tiw understand every word on tr.o
record. C B. HAYNES & CO.
BAKERY*.
FIVE KIND.- LAY IMS CAKES, ONLY
15i i !t< b; 100 in snaps. 35c; 8
kinds plea, : h; picnic orders
delivered promptly. DRINKARD'S,
423 1-2 North H xth. _
PIANOS.
SUMMER RATES NOW ON PIANO
moving and overhauling bj factory
experts. l'rompt. caicful work
guaranteed. Phone Madison 31H.
CHAS. M. STIEFF, Pianos, 11T W.
Broad._
WATCH REPAIRING.
YOUR WATCH REP IRED IR CLEAN
ed by WM. TOB1EN, JR., is a guar?
antee that It ?iuiiu properly. 20
years' experience. Cleaning, {1. main
springs. si. 4"s i,,.%t L oad Street.
gTrd EN TOOLS.
LAWN RAKES, GRASS SCYTHES, LA
ilics' trowels, hoes, et hedge and
pruning shears. CLARKE, Hardware,
1215 Main Street._
H/y "m a..:.N.t.
METAL FRAME WINDOW SCREENS,
adjustable; stay in and keep IPes
out. Screen doofs and screen wire,
i CLARKE. Hardware 1215 Main St.
FLY TIME.
SCREEN DOORS, WINDOWS AND FEY
\\ ire at the lowest prices and a good
graue Iii select from, delivery prompt.
ELBA HARDWARE CO., 422 \S eat
? Broad Street_.
LAWN MOWERS.
LAWN MOW EES, 52.50 AND Up?
wards; high-grade, ball-bearing, li
pays to buy a gvJii one. CLARKE,
Hardware, 121 j Mam Street._
' SANITARY POLISH.
FOR F?RNITI RE AND FLOORS OF
all kinds use ' Elba Sanitary Polish";
it brighten.-, up ^-i furniture, b;autl
fies tue iloois and kills ail germs.
Manufactured by ue. ELBA HARD
WARE CO._
BASEBALL GOODS.
EVERYTHING IN BASEBALL GOODS
and fishing tackle. See us b slore
buying. ELBA HARDWARE Co.,
corner Henij and Broad.
PAINTS ?ND FLOOR STAINS. ;
IF YOU WANT ANY REAL GOOD
paints or rh r stains, see us; our
goods last longer, iouk better, and
are better, than any in the city. We
carry all colors, und prices reason?
able. See our stock before buying.
El.ha HARDWARE Co.. 122 Wul
Bread.
~ LAWN MOWERS.
START CUTTING YOUR GRASS EAR
ly and keep u pretty lawn. Use
one of our good lawn mowers, we
have a nlcj line. ELBA HARDWARE
CO._ _
brazing.
WANTED. BRAZING OF CAST IRON.
RICHMOND .MACHINE WORKS. INC
Richmond, Va.. Jum. 12. i'.ii2.
3QlUiijfll? J20llC??. j
The Virginia Fire and Marine
Insurance Company
Richmond, Va., June 25. 11? 12.
DIVIDEND?THE DIRECTORS OF.
j this company have declared .? sein;
I ut.iuiul dividend of live per ecu; |
i? .20 per share, unri free from taxi,
payable July 1st next, to stockhold
I trs of record June 25, 1012.
Transfer hooks closed from this
date to July 4th. Inclusive. Dlvl-|
denti ?''.n :., mal I od t" stockholders.
Changes of sddresu should be not)- ,
tied the company.
W-M. II. m CaJHTHY. SecroWy.
Richmond. Va., June 2s. 1912, i
THE DIRECTORS OF THE v? EST END
Bank of Richmond; Inc., at a meet?
ing held on the above date, declared
a dividend of 3 per cent, out o; Its
earnings for the past six months
papalde to stockholders on and 11-I
tCr JULY l. 1912.
i II as K WILLIS. Cashlei i
N Ulonal .-! ite and i'i';. Bank,
Richmond, Vn.. Juno 27. 1012
THE HoAKIi OF DIRECTORS ill
this bank Iiis this day declared 1
Scinl-anhnal dividend of three ami
one-half per cent., payable on and
after JULA Ii 19>2.
JULI EN H. HILL.
_Cashier, j
Richmond. Vn., June 19, 1912.
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
directors ol Ihn National Bank of
Virginia, Richmond, Va.. held to?
day; a sctnl-annual dividend of 31-2
per ecu:, w 1 declared, paynbio JULY
1, 1912. to stockholders of record a*
of June 25. Dooks o]ien .1 tilv ?>.
W. M. ADDISON.
'_Cashier.
At! ?'...! t > .in.- 1 ;;,l; 1 ,..1,1 1 '..nip.my,
II fllcc ? : the Treasurer,
Wilmington, N. C? Juiio 28 th, 1912.
THE hoard OF DIRECTORS OF AT
lUntle Coa.-i Lille Railroad I'l.nipany
has declared > dividend of tin. and
ono-hatl pci cetii on tin Common
Capital Stock of that Cohipnny, p.i\
nblo at tit.- ofllcn <>r thn Trensuror
.u Wllmln ton, North Carolina, on
and after .! nlv lrtth, 1912, to stock
holders of record on June loth, 1312.
The transfer books are closed from
the 19ih day of June. 1912, to tli.i
lltfi day of July, 1912, both Inclusive.
JAM ES F COST,
._ Troatturor.
ixfdl estate f:oi iinu
ONE nf Wfl nh'is-i' ''STORES on
Weil Broad street for rent, corner
Boulevard; - I'.tuMc for any busi?
ness; low icnt. Apply on premises.
(Speolal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
Ohrlstlansburg, Vil, July i.--Thn
courthouso was lllled to-day With peo- '
pie from all sections of Southwest Vir?
ginia to do honor to the memory of
Captain John Riehard Johnson, Judgol
IV, \S'. Moffott, of Salem, having dcsig-|
nated the lirst day of tho July term
Of court for that purpose. The llf?
Blze portrait of Captain Johnson was !
presented to the court by the bar and
officers of the court, and will hang
on the walls of the court room.
Rev, Edward K. Lane offered an elo?
quent prayer and Harvey T. Hall, of
Itoanoke; Robt. L Jordan, of Rad ford;
Judge Archer a. Phlegar, of Bristol;
William it. Colhoun. Chas. a. Johnson]
und Win. M. Duukh-o were (he speak?
ers, who paid beautiful tributes to
their distinguished colleague and b< -
loved friend.
A sketch of Captain Johnson'.! life
was read by tils partner, Itcdinond I.
(loop, At the conclusion oi the ad?
dresses the portrait was received >y
Judge MoffCtt for the people of Mont
gomery county ami the sketch was ill
reeled by him to be recorded in the
order book of the court.
Tho lessons to be learned from the,
life of Captain Johnson were cniphar
Slscd by Judge MofTett, who clearly
showed trie Importance of character its
an nsplratton for the living.
?tUirtion fealrs 'Cfjio :Dar
By Pollard & Bagby,
Auctioneers.
auction sale for division |
of a
Splendid Nine-Room
House, No. 1715
Park Avenue
We will sell at auction, on the.
premises,
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 2,
at ?; o'cloc k P. M .
the above mentioned, deu.rable home.
Possession can be had oil -hou notice.
Proflerty must be sold even "-f at a
sacrifice. Come and ?ei a barga'n, I
TERMS; Easy, announced at sale.
POLL.A 111) ? BAGB Y.
aurtion lilies, future D???
By C. L & II. I. lienoon.
Heal Estate Auctioneers;
Commissioners Auction Sale
of Very Valuable Im?
proved Real Estate on
I hird Street, between
Jackson and Duval Sts.,
Consisting of !wo Brick
Dwellings and Lot Ad?
joining
By vlrtuc of a decree of tv c Chan?
cery court of the city of Richmond,
entered .lane :;, 1912, In the causa of
Bessie l. Winnie and others vs. Mary
a. Whittle and others, the undersigned
vi?e-.-iai commissioner, appointed tor tho
purpose, ?iii 8^11 v,v auction, on the
I premises, on
FRIDAY* JULY 5. 1912
?a l 0 o' lo k I', M
tile real estate described in said de
I creo as "all that certain lot. piece or
' parcel of land cf which Charles F.
I Whittle died seized and possessed, with
j two brluk tenements and other Im
I proven-.' n;s thereon, lylim and being In
I the cltv of Richmond, on the west side
of Third Street; between Jackson .i!,-l
? Duvai Streets, commencing at a point
: or. tho west line of Third Street S5 feet
, 6 Inches north of .la.-kson Street,
th' nee cunning northwardly along and
fronting on west lino of Third Sue.'.
71 :.-t then ?? back .vostwairdly toward
Second Street bent een pa rallel linos
100 fee t. more or ler.s
The two brick dwellings nre nVtVOV*
rented to good tenants at paying prlc
TERMS; One-third cash; balance
; two equal Instalments at six i
t welve months, for notes, with inter
added, and title retained till whole .
paid; or nil cash, at option of pur
j chaser.
GEORGE W. LEWIS
Special CommUfJoner,
T certify that the bond reciulred by i
i the nbovo decree of the special com- '?
mission, r h:;s been d?ly given.
I Given iinder my hand this 29th day
Of June. 1912.
Toste: CHARLES 0 SADDLE,
?*lor'.t.
Win, B. I'lzzml Co.,
Real Ks late Auctioneers.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated
January 11. 1909, and recorded in Clerk's
bill < , Bichmond Chancery Court, in
D. B. 20J-D, page 158, default having
been made In the payment "t the
de t therein seoured, and being re?
quired so to do by the note-holder,
we will sell in public auction, on the
premises, oil
FRIDAY-; JULY :.. 1912,
a t f, o'clock P, M .
the roal estat - described in the said
deed of t i USt US follows
"All that lot of land, with tho im?
provements th. re.>n. hing and being
In the city of Richmond, Va.. on th ?
south llnb of Clalbo no Street, bemvccii
Carter a.hd Washington Stroels, eo.-n
thei ng it a point tbriy-two <I2i feet
west of Washington Street, and run?
ning thenco wcstwardly ami fronting
on the said Clalborne (erroneously de?
scribed as Washington) Street, thirty
fltOl feet, and ruhnlns buck bebw^en
parallel lines one hundred and twenty
tit> (i i feed to itti nltey.
TERMS: Cofh as to the expenses of
executing thin ti'P/it, sny tnxo* Hint
may tie din- upon the prepert y. Includ?
ing a radAbln proportion of the cur?
rent year, and to pay rin overdue note
of $150, und Hie balance at one and
tv.o years, spcttrcd I'V '< deed of trust
on the t.ropertv; or .ill cash, at the
Option of the purchaser.
WM n l'l"-"\".
Xtntf!<5
TURKISH AND ROM AN HA ITIS
Richmond,-Va,
The most luagnlfieenl hotel In the
Sooth. European loan. Itooms s.ng,?
and en suite, with r.'nd without batbi
Spa.-Iocs Haniplo rooms.
Special Summer Hates, Club Break'
fuau
Heal C?tatf for ttrnt
fop. rmsTT.
5 1 2 E. Grace
Best dora-Uon In tho city tea ladies'
tailoring, or ha.ehrlorV roornis, or olllc?
for physician or dentist. Also tiivo fln?
offloe rooms., with separate entrance on
Sixth Strict.
IfAlVKI.Vs <\- BUFORD,
10) North Seventh Street.
flat"
322 S. Third St.
First flat, eight ror.:n? bath an.l pan?
try; overlooking Gam .? - Hill Park.
$;t..50. Possession Septohtber l.
I>. N. WALK KR & CO.,
No. l Mutual Building.
for sa Lb.
very desirable
Subur ban H ome
? X- II. L. DENOON,
521 Fast Mam Street.
McVeigh .v glinn,
tl SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET.
feummer l>sort0.
RAWLEY 3FHINGS, VA
Famous Chalybeate, Magnesia and
StilpliUr Wat ms. 2,00 ? feet elevation.
Climate delightful. Opens June 15.
Until June.8 address N. W, B?LLING,
2 17 Hanover Street. Annapolis. Md.
Biue Ridge Springs, Va.
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.
"Hotel A'Delphine"
12-14 East Ninth Street (near Fifth
\v i. N ? w York, Rooms and hoard,
$1.50 per.day; (S p r week. Centrally
; located. Excellent tattle. _
Ocean City, Mtl.
Atlantic Hotel
Capacity 600. Opens June 29th under
the general management of A. Stanley
Stanford, of Devon Inn, Devon, Pcnn.,a
and Deer Park Hotel, Md. Excellent scr
vice a i cud.i on.,! ,!c r.Ri
Maple -linil,. Inn, Pnhiski. Vu.
Mont beautiful hotel ana ground* in South
west Virginia, Perfectly equipped for com
tori ami pleasure Altitude :.'.'>o feet. Won?
derful climate. Through sleeper from Ilten
mmol- Write for booklet.
Pulaski Alum Springs
Open June 1st.
Situated in Pul.iski county, Va., 2,000
l .-t above sea level, amidst the Alle
gliany Mountains Climate invigorating;
free from tnalariai Modern hotel Table.1!
supplied from our own gardens. Pulaski
alum water contains marvelous curative
powers. Beneficial in more different dis?
eases than liny oilier water in the State.
All sports, such .is dancing, bowling, ten
nis, croquet, i:-liing, boating and bathing
FREE to our guests. Write (or itiil in
formatiou and rates. Water shipped at I
ill sea ohs, U, C. GRAHAM? Manager,
Pulaski, Va. __
The Hotel of Delaware Water Cap. pa.
AAtl.lt OA.V IIOUSB.
The Mountain Paradise,
Now bpeni extensively Improved, The moat
hum!, in and tlneiii located hotel In this
region Cuisine or the highest standard;
white service, Orchestra, social diversion*;
i-vi*r;. o?t-of-rt?or ?ni?semenli ii,.v. bcan
tlful Palm Court and Cafe, Special Ju y \
niid party rates. Booklet und auto maps!
- ?
john* PUBDV COPBi
The Biue Mountain House
III The Henri of Hie Hille Ridge,
Blcvai ti two thousand feet. Overlooking
the beautiful Cumberland ami Slienandonti
Valleys. Cool, bracing atmosphere, All
amusements, Orchestra, dancing, tennis. I
bowling alleys, pooi. laddie hornet, etc.
CapKclty l<i" Rates tt5.M poi week anil iii'.|
Descriptive booklet on Application to BOND
ft OIBEONH, Props., Blue Mountain. Mil.
Crockelt Arsenic-Litbia Springs
and Baths ope.is June I. Elevation I
2,150 feet Cures ncrvoiis prostration. j
dyspepsia, k:d:i y dlispriif rs, malaria,
rheumatic and skin trouble.'" and f mate
Irregularities. Clears rend b< utilities ?
the complexion. Writ3 for booklet. I
M. C, THOMAS,
Crockett Knrfnss, In. i
r.i:;:1..;-! 1 <. -ruiMis \V. VA. ' '<
naths now open tfln r?! water for rlieu- !
mutism, gout, sciatica, dyspepsia, ete. j
Herman pliysi Ittns pronounce cv uteri equal ,
to stiAd Send for booklet.
OrchPsRra luter .1 mi I... Dancing
HOI El, tl a 'lllM. I ON.
Brunswick Inn
\t It) ne-.lii.l o. <t 11.
This cool and delightful ?ummrr re?
sort is nov. open for guoatn. for rates,
.MRS W. A WILLIAMS.
AI HS. hi A ROBINSON,
_" Proprietors.
The Alpine
At Lake Snnapee.
The ideal p'acc to -ipetid your summer
vacation. Fc ' booklets address ROY P
EAR, Sunapoc .X. M
THE HYGEIA
flTH sr . i ai*i- HENRY, va.
n a ocean from, Ftne marine
view. Capacity, 7?. Terms reasonable
ROE & PYBB,
Atlantic City Rrsfort?
Paclfli and Arkansas Avenue?. Spsrtoo?
grounds adjoin heard ?n<l boardwalk Only
medtum-prlced hotel wh.r? gueatl may go
from house to surr In bathing attire with
tV Jl!,*. ?tr*'U' ,vh'"'h prohlbuad. On
or bath houses with attendant p. core, for
sults i. trr: Running enter In rooms.
*>eih and sen ?..irr bath*, publle ?nd prt
/ ? i .,,Hr:
weekly. Including cholee t .Me. *up.
i." '??oiii own furtn. White terries or
cbestrn. Tennis court, and croquet ground*
l^oklet mailed
upon request.
PA lit, I ROSKORANS.
H^STRAND*
ATLANTIC--.:
N. J.
. Open Oapaelty fi"o. I (reproof.
Water liith?. Oarage, n.iuklot.
Oitecr^bin Management.
ISLESWORTH
Ori the 01 in front. Virginia av.. overlook
|ng 'amous Steel Pier. Capacity ?Oft. Special.
! ?? l' Weekly; no extra charge for hot
**a water, b - Elevator, spacious porches,
private baths. Orchestra. A-ito meets trains.
!: ? WM. Ill \r.\\. I'roy.
PRANK SI. PHOEBUS. Mirr.
iiv 'riir. s';\.
hoi 1.1 \m> >\n MORlTJir.
Atlantic City, N. J.
OAI.BN RAM,
IV I 111: HO l XT \ INS,
\ Mitsr t lass itoi r.r.
Wemersville, Pa.
P, I.. V(il NO, (Icnernl Managtet*.
Best Ivtoderat- Rate Hotel
ELBER?
And Fireproof Annex, Tenn. av.. near Baaeh
??p-?->ty ?->. o,.,,.,,,.- i-r?t ?nd"ho,
??^."e??
service; SM t? ??? i ?L'It- *i An ... '?5 Hfl
d'lr. BklL .Special rates. R. RLudy il.D. '*
HOTEL RALEIGH
St. Charles Place and Beach. 200 largo cool
rooms) ocean view; private baths; running
water In rooms; tin*' porches; elevator;
I electric lights, etc. rood and service of
I the best. Very reasonable rates.
II, ,T. PTNES.
TUB VV1LTSIURB,
\ trglnla Avenue and Bunch, Ocesn view.
? illy Improved. Cap. 3.10. Prlvato balba.
running water in rooms, elevator, otc.
MUSIC. Hpeolal, 112.50 Up weekly: 52.50 UP
Oally. Opto all tile year. Booklet.
BAUUHL KIvMS.
Hotel Kenclerton
Tennessee Ave.; third house from beach
and p'.er; family hotel; private baths, ocean
view, elevator, flno porches, homo cooking;
speclnl low early sensor, rates.
J. O. M iT?"*irEI.'..
HOTKI AltsrCOV.
Virginia Av.. mar Beach.
KTRKPROOl ?Hl II. I' OP BRICK & STOVFi
Everything thai constitutes a ilrst-clnss
hotel. Elevator, private bntiis. etc. etc. $100
up dally; special weekly rates; booklet.
O. D. PAENTBR.
?CONTIHEfJTflL?
Tennessee . n..ir Ueaeb; iIvuts eneo
Private oath*, elevator; excellent tabl-;
"??< ???'? ??? fa ? i dalty; $pi to jtr.Go
wkly. ,s0| ?.. Men.. $a.5o. Booklet..
_MAftOAItCT WAlStl DUNCAN.
ri reproof
? HOTEL MERVINE
V w \ ,.rk aye.. First House from Beach.
' 1 l' " rn>l,tni"" ?'ater in Rooms.
BATHINO ALLOWED FROM hotel
_ *- "P Pally; ?:> to $17.50 Weekly.
ATLANTIC GITY, .V J .
Directly on the Ocean Front
Always Open.
WALTER BL'ZBY.
HOTEL SHOREHAM,
Ocean End Virglala Ave.
A modern liolel with every convenience!
elevator, private baths, etc. Open lawrta
allow plenty of light and nlr. Ideally lo
caied. Service and (able the lust. Rutoa
$12.60 up weekly. Booklet.
W n. OOTTRtf.
11(11 II. MAJESTIC. Virginia ? v and
Beach; renovated throughout; centre of
attractions; ocean view; capacity 300; ele?
vator: private baths; white service, etc.;
aap. riot table; special $10 up weekly; ft
?;..??> . I> Caiet. M. A. SMITH.
Grand Atlantic Hotel
Virginia .We. near Beach ami Steel Pier.
Open surroundings. Capacity COO. Hot anJ
i ? itor baths. Barge rooms; south?
ern exposure. Elevator to Jlreet level,
Ipactoua perches, etc. Special Week rates;
5-.M? up dally, Booklet. Coa.-nea meet
l : i . t iOI'MR A- l.HKPi
Tip leading -nid most modern .'il^b-claas
ALBEMARLE
Vlrgrlnlu Ave. and lleueli.
\v thi'OUKlioiit; capacity 3i0; private
ba ,1, van.rs. 1.000 feet wide. ebsi
exceptional table, white servloeV
rates, IS. 110. $12.60 up weekly: $1
up dally. Booklet _ J. P. COPE.
Hotel Sothern
Virginia Ave. Capacity 220. Rooms ?*
lulle. D aths and runtilui; water. Excel
lern t ii,'.". "ih season. Barns management.
The most attractive and popular hotel fs?
HOTEL BORTON
Ocean oiid Tennessee Avsnue. Central to
ail K. VOOKBBKS, Owner
mi.I Proprietor. _
HALCYON HALL
Maryland Ave., nenr Boardwalk and
sti. I pier. MoiU r.ii. iutes.
Mus. Ii B. WRIGHT, Prop'r.,
I . mcrly of the Mt. V'ornon, Virginia
I !
?TL?NTIGCITYOrriCIALGUlDE
I f-i t . \ll attrn. tion.i an I %
B the lesdlng h nets dejeribeJ, ?Ith rules, rlty I
I man r mailing ft *e ropy, I
I A i1 on o in- I i e, III to rin.it Ion 11 urea ii I
saaa I*. O. Run 803, Atlnnllc City. N. J ofl
^RLFNOroTriTvTToir"
MlehlKnn Avenue, near Beseb,
Atlantic City. S, J.
Capacity 250. ?verj modern con- I
rale baths. I
-iis. 8
.1. psnoit.vr
*^n?.TC -raa.-orrr.i ji^.-ni'aiTiianmtf sSaaSSSM
New Hotel Merion
ill at popular
' Vi rmont Ave.
I.AT55 & CO.
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