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Some People Want Boarders, some want Servants, some want Money, and a Multitude of Others want a Miscellaneous Collection of Articles. Toall thesePeople the Tee-DeeWant Columns will Open up the way thai they may secure whatthey desire
»--.uvYing each cia.slfleatlon below reliable concern, which It prepared to Trade." Particularly to farmer« and t conveniences of the city «tores. Owln livery service throughout this section, town" to· do your shopping.simply ma »«slow, or write for Information, which order by mall. The concern» listed on and may be classed at headquarters In catalogues or Information always mint
* the announcement ut ? progrès.ivo offer«special facilities to the "Mall Orde, hose who reside tome distane from the g to the extension of the rural free de· It la no longer necessary to "come te ke your «.lection: from the good« listed will be gladly mailed and then «end your this page ate selected as representative their particular line, When writing for Ion The Time«.Dispatch.
PANAMA HATS BLEACHED.
BTRAAV HATS, PANAMA HATS bleached, blocked, retrlmmed; straw
Hats. 2G to i!5c. each; Panama nate. 11, »1.25, .1.60 atchi Bldg. 'Phone Zia.
FEATHER BEDS "WANTED. WANTED, TO BUY. OLD FEATHER Beds and Furniture for cosh. J. AV. CASPER, 808 W. Broad Street. Thona um._!_
STORAGE^ I»«»»»»»»»»»» .»»»fi II..
rOR CHEAP AND Dill BTORAGl- rooms apply to RICHARDSON ék C_A_*· PELL, Storac· Department, Belvlder· Building, 601 W. Mato Straet 'Phon» *»__.
HORSES AND MULES.
CAN PASTURE 100. HEAD OF HORSES or cattle (at owner's risk) on Nowsteaa Farm, end of Osborno Turnplko, Hen-« rico county. Address J. M'PHAIL, Box 674, Richmond, or call at farm.
SCREENS AND AWNINGS MADE TO order; get estimates at once. C. B. NORVELL, 211 .1-2 North Sixth St., 'Phone 4S0._
HÔTEL LAWRENCE CAFE. G YEST, IT IS HOT ALL RIGHT! BUT suppose you were under tho fans at1 HOTEL LAAVRENCE CAFE drinking a Gin Rickey, Mint Julep, High Ball or Cold Bottle (any'brand) Beer, don't you think you would cool off some7 Twelfth nnd Main.
BARBER SHOP,' "oí jc-hñn--.. get Your hair cut at SEITZ'S, 1203 East Main Street, at 15c. Save money and look handsome.
BRING IN A SAMPLE ORDER OF groceries and see whRt you save; als«, good, pure whiskey, 2 years old, $1.5.;and 8 years okl $4.00 per gallon. Counl try orders given special attention. Hi J. RUBIN, 126 and 12S N. Eighteenth St
t '.¦ :«"«' ¦--_-_-¦, ________ ICE CREAM.
LADIES! AVHEN YOU ARE -TIRED and warm, stop In at 403 E. Broad Street and get a piate' of-', our delicious ice cream ln our .new parlor. HUB CANDY 'MANUFACTURING' CO._": ;.
SEA FOOD. ¦;*, /", THE BEST. DEVILED. CRABS IN THE city-.(home-made);. flam .chowder-'the best; sea food cooked.to.prder. BROAD STREET CAFE'^Max.JieTns.ein, Pro¬prietor,' 402 East 'BroA'cLStroet.· '¦
'.. UpHOL'STEÄJNG.'.H « LEA**.*, T_.E UPHOLSTERER.- CAN mako your «slip covers now.avoid the rush. B4-Brook Avenue. >'Phone.-1036.
, DYSENTER.Y CURE. ,'.,', i* ""».·'.'.rrrr:.i.,,r. ,,.,...¦....,_ W. Broad. 'Phone ¡¡ßna,
10O, SPONGE CAKES: LARGE AND nlco; ii-ll). jelly roll, 26c; angel cuke, «Oc. PRINKARDS, 423 *.*. North Sixth.
EMPIRE DECCO SHOPPES.
AVE BEG TO ANNOUNCE THE OPEN- Ing of Ihe most up-to-date decorative shop of Hh kind In the South. Makers of things decorative In "Arts nnd Crafts" design« nf wood, leather, metal, plaster and various other stuffs; decorative painting and enamollng* as It should be; artists In draperies making; upholster¬ ing and repairing of furniture, reflnlRh- Ing antique nnd other furnlttirft ln all tho latest finishes, Flemish, Antwerp, Dutch Mission. A special Invitation extended the ladles to visit our beautiful show room; Ideas and designs nt their dis¬ posal for beautifying tho homo; Interior* of tha prominent houses on exhibition. Calls appreciated. EMPIRE DECCO SHOPPES, 209 W. Broad, Fred A. Sut¬ ton, Mgr. Next to Thompson's.
EMPIRE SIGN CO.SIGNS THAT Ap¬ peal. The moat modern «nop in tho Houtn, of every material and description. Man¬ ufacturers of mirrors and gliding on glass, AVo nro tho only manufacturer·«, or engraved brass, nickel and copper signs In tho South; also only manufac¬ turers of chipped, engraved and emboss¬ ed glass signs; highest clnss advertising signs a specialty. Up-to-date show cards. Visit our show rooms,' 209 West Broad, noxt to Thompktn's. FRED A. SUTTON. Manager._
COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. TAT· LOB & TAYLOR PRINTING CO.. No. 1 Oovernor gtr.it-. Rtc_mo_t__ V*.
Richmond, Va-, June let, 1006. THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE existing for the conduct of the Coal and AVood business, by the undersigned, un¬ der the style ot William H. Culllng- worth & Company, Ellison & McUaw, Successors, haa been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All of the liabili¬ ties ot the concern havo beon assumed, and will be paid by Stephan A. Ellison, to whom all debts due the late concern should be paid.
STEPHEN A. ELLISON, T. \V. M'CAW.
Referring to the above notice of dis¬ solution. I take this method of Informine; the public that I will continuo the Cool and Wood Business at Seventeenth and Dock Streets under the style of Stepnen A. Ellison & Company. AVIth Increased facilities I respectfully solicit the pa¬ tronage of the ouatomers of our old firm and the public.
STEPHEN A. ELLISON «_ CO.
Office of Virginia-Carolina,, Chemical Co«,
Richmond, Va., June 18, 1905. DIVIDEND NO. 89.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE this day declared a Dividend of 2 Per Cent. (Two Per Cent.), the samo being- Quarterly Dividend-No, 89 on the pre¬ ferred Stock of this Company, payable July 15th. 1805, when checks will be mailed to nil Preferred Stockholders of record at tno close of business June ¡iïtn. Books for transfer of Preferred Stock, will bo closed from 8 P. M., June 29th, to 10 A. iti July 20th« ,
S. W. TRAVEHS., Treasurer.
Virginia «Fire and Marine Insurance Company,
Richmond, Va., June 20, 1003. DIA'IDEND.THE DIRECTORS OF THIS Company have declared- a semi-annual Dividend of Four Per Cent, (free of tax), payable to -StocKhoiders ot record Juen 20th,-1804, from which dato to July
.1st, 1005, i the .Transfer Books, will be closed. Checks for this'Dividend will be mailed to Stockholders. Changes of ad¬ dress should be no tilled tho company.
AVM. H. M'CARTHY, Secretary.
OF THE COUNTY OF-HENRICO, JUNE 10TH, 1905. In the Matter of tho Estate of Margaret R. Gresham, Dec'd.
EX PARTE. It appearing to the court that a report
of the accounts of E. AA'. Gates, Executor of Margaret R. Gresham, dec'd, and a re¬ port of the debts and demands against said decedent's estate havo been died in the office of this court, and more than one year having elapsed since the qualification of the said administrator, now, on tho motion of Robert AV- Crafton, Jr., a legatee of said Margaret R. Gresham, deo'd, It ls ordered that the creditors, if any there be, of said Margaret R. Gres¬ ham, dec'd, do show cause, If any they can, on tho 18th day of July, 1905, beforo this court, against the payment and de¬ livery of the estate of the said decedent, Margaret R. Gresham, to her legatees, without requiring refunding bonds from any of them. And it Is ordered that a copy of this
order bo published once ? week for four successive weeks In Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch, a newspaper published In tho city of Rich¬ mond, Ara. « ? copy.Teste:
E..R. PHILLIPS Deputy Clerk. R. R. Flornncc, Counsel.
NOTICE-TO WHOM IT MAY CON¬CERN: The public Is hereby notified that on
April 1st, 1801, the City Bank of Klcn- mond, A'a., Issued to Wm. R. Trlgg, late of the city of Richmond, Its deposit re¬ ceipt for fft,0_, being· amount of hla sub¬ scription to 41 shares of tho (Increased) capital stock of said Bank, by which re¬ ceipt snld Bank agreed to issue to said A\'m. R. Trlgg upon the return thereof a certittcato of stock for said 41 shares, ana that the said deposit receipt has boon lost and that application lias been mado by the undersigned to the said Bnnk for the Issu¬ ance of said stock certlllcute, and the public Is warned against trading for saia receipts. ROBERTA H. TRIGO, Solo Exootitrlx and Legatco of Wm. R. Trlgg, Deo'd," Richmond, Va., June Oth, 1906.
Notice to Tax-Payers. Offlco of Collector of City Taxes,
City Hall, Richmond, Va· THIS OFFICE WILL BE READY TO RECEIVE ALL. OR ONE-HALF OF CITY TAXES, REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL, FOR THE YEAR 1906 ON JUNE 16« Tho Wholo tax Is due. but the ordi¬
nance provides that one-halt may be paid in Juno, and the remaining half In Decomber. Failure to pay all or one-
half In «Juno Inours a ponalty of 6 per cent, on the whole amount, which Is due at once, and If not paid before SEP¬ TEMBER 1st the Collector Is required to levy, with cOHts added. (See Chapter XIV.. Beo. 7.) ALL MALES 21 years of age. ALL PERSONO (MALE OR FEMALE) who own para.nal property, or hold personal
prot*er_Y na fiduciary, and all partie.,conducting business In the oily of Rich¬ mond (of whatever naturo) are assessed,
and will please call and settle,, so us to avoid delinquency. Gradin«.. Paving., Pipe and Sewer Con¬
nection Bills are payable in tho name in»nnur us Tiixuu, and at lha same tun·. Give uuinu In which property stands,
anil see that you get all your titila. Tilla being the only notice provided
for by law, plea«., give