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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 January 1903

THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. ONE CHARGE GENT 25 Gents, a Cash in Advance HELP WANTED?MALE._ PRINTER WANTED. ADIHIERS P."O Box li, Frnderlckshurg, V'a, WANTED, YOUNG MAN (WHITE). ?? ply NATIONAL WINDOW CLEANING CO., 20 N. Ninth Btroot. WANTED, TOUNO MAN FOR HAT Wore. RICHMOND BAT CO., 13? East Main Street. "WANTED. LOCOMOTIVO MACHINISTS for rnllroad shop; ?bod /wageg: nnd full Information by iiddrosBlng V. 8. HOFb MASTER, Capo Charlen. Va. WANTED, TO RENT, TAKE CHARGE or got employment o? farm. H. w. BOWMAN, iWrieonburg, Hockliigham oounly, Va. WANTED. A BOY ABOUT S YEARS OK age to learn shirt cutting?; must be bright and Intelligent nnd not afraid to work; good opportunity for the right boy. Call Room 17, Tim?? Building._ WANTED. I1Y THE MARYLAND BIFE Insurance Company, two ?pecIni Agenti) to work ln the tobacco eectlon of Vlr flnla under particularly valuable con raotH. Address., with references, WIL? LIAM B. BLACKEORD, Manager of Agencies, Ho...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 January 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ?f Virginia. BUILDING AT SMALL COST Cnamber of Commerce is Considering a Proposition. HICKMAN CHILDREN AGAIN Two Firemen Scalded on Board tho ?Torpedo Boat Barney While En Route Up the Coast?Report of Ex; plrjslon on Monitor Puritan. (Special to Tlie Times.Dlnpnteb.) NORFOLK, VA., January ?9?Tho Chamber of Comnfcrco received nn offer for o new building to-day and referred the offer to tho ?Building Committee. Tho committee is to decido whether ? to ac? cept tho offer ot.-.?%>? build a now house. Th6 proposition is that a company is to put up ? three or five story* building in the vicinity of the new Federal build? ing to he called "The Cbnmber of Com? merce building." and in which tho Cham? ber of Commerce is to have a permanent heme at a nominal cost, tho owner of the et ruotai c rosorvlng tlio rest of It for ' Tentai on their own account. The Hlctanaa children, about whom there havo been several trials on ac? count of their c...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 January 1903

DISPENSARY ATTARBORO State Senate Gives All Day to Discussion of the Bill. ??r_, TASSED AFTER A FIGHT Other Matters Considered at the Ses elons of the Two Branches of the Legislature?Dental Department ot tho State University. - . -, /,1?"??? ,0 Tlio Tlmes-Illepctrli.) RALEIGH, N. C, Jan. 20.?Almost nil of to-day'o Bessloa of the State Beuato ?Wtin devoted to nn oxhaustivo and, at times, animated discussion of the bill providing for an election on the question of ? dispensary at Tarboro. Tho fight against tho bill was led by Senator Lon? don, and tho bill was championed by Senators Gllllani, of Edgecomb, and TVoodard, of Wilson. It was passed by ?- good majority, and sent to tho House "Without engrossment. A number of hills wero ratified In tho Benato, among them bills to cross Index executors and guardians In county reg? isters, to prohibit the manufacturo and sale of liquor In ?cotland county and present Its being shipped into tho county, to Incorporato the bank of Selma nnd to, re...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 January 1903

Solid Silverware and Cut Glass are two things which appeal to people of good taste?each lu9 hecome of evcry-day interest You will notice in this store that nearly every piece wc show has a dif?net attractiveness. Our stock is also particularly rich in Diamonds and Precious Stones?mounted in new and elegant settings. Our prices are always as low as goods of like quality can he bought. SCHWARZSCHILD BROTHERS, Jewelers and Optician-?;, Corner Second and Broad Streets. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN AND ABOUT THE HOUSEHOLD Bv Marion Harland. A Jacket of natural shade Angora wool is another o? the season's novelties. A Tam-o'-Shanter ol fleecy white jwooL Golf hat in gray and red, Golf hat of white beaver with a trim jminK of red velvet and quill. Wim Eli. HA 1XAN U JACKETS' A reader asked lately how to keep a gas oven from rusting. Thin is the why I mau.ige mina: When 1 have roasted meut, before I put tho oven> away 1 heat it over the, stovo for a few min? utes, then sut It on Llio tab...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 January 1903

THE MARKET STILL DULL I A Resume of the Day's Ope? rations on Stock Exchange. AMALGAMATED COPPER Lend \mong tho Industrials?Good Dema,. for Missouri Pacific?Mor? gan I ntorests Said to Bo Accu mulatlng Stocks. (Speelnl.to The Tlm"-l>l"P?l<'l'?). NEW YORK, Jan. ?.-Tho opening or tho Htock market wits fairly firm helped hy tho higher ninne of price? In London and the Rood showing made hy vnnot December statement?, especially those (.f tho nntluaolln coal road?. ... ., Somfl Importance wan attached to tue decline In wliwt uh likely to stimulate exporta and help the Eastern ronds. Amnlgnmnted Copper K?v<' ?wry evi? dence of tho operations of a fairly strong pool, which wns apparently working for higher prices, after accumulating stock between I", and G5. The Boston houses worn mostly fair buyers, Cnnndlan Pacino, showed some early Btreugth on the December statement. St. Paul win) firm and w.rmt seemed a well-grounded hollef, that rights would be forthcoming early this spring. N...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 January 1903

In Lighter Vein! Many things can be treated in a light and frivolous manner. Good light, however, cannot be treated lightly. Good light enables you to keep good eyesight. It avoids doctors' bills as well as gas bills, We will prescribe for nil light troubles free of cost?and sell you the necessary medicine cheap. We hope before many more months are past to have the mantle of fame cover us on account of our good work in mantels: Ministers and missionaries help people to be good?we come next and offer them every facility to keep clean. " Cleanliness is next to godliness." We have the best assortment of bath? room supplies in the city?this fact won't wash out. See ? RICHMOND PLUHBINO & MANTEL CO., llotli phones 636. 20 IN. Ninth Street, Richmond, Vn. A Turkish Tobacco May Be Cul? tivated' Here Soon. A PROPOSITION IS MADE Turk9 Who Have Lately Come to New York fromConstantinople Want the Old Dominion to Raise This Weed. Developments ot unusual Interest nnd Importance to tlio tobacco...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 January 1903

Constipai io Cured" Those who Ime used salta, cnator oil, and the many home nnd tnniiufacturad purgatives, know that in euch treatment tlierc is no possibility of cure from constipation. These remedies oro nt most physics nnd do absolutely no good. Iti fact they frequently provoke piles, fistula, female disorders and many casce of appen- , * chcitis are traceable to their uso. f*^ Soon the ordinary doses of these <*^** physic? fail to have any L?*?*"* effect upon the _?"? ,_. lxiwrl? ?*f^ There nevor m a cane ? ? *'. of temporary or obstinate conitlpatlon that Midi's Grape Tonic would not cure. First, Mull's Grape Tonio Is unlike any other treatment lor con ?filiation. It Is Um greatest and most positive laxativo known. Ittit that Isn't what cures, It la the tonle properties of the trape and other fruits that strengthens Ilio worn-out muscles of the Intestinal tract. Mull's Grape Tonio builds flesh, makos strength and creates rich, red blood. ?Mull's Ortipo Tonio Is the finest th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 January 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. The Remnant Day this weck has some very helpful things for you?helpful not only because they're articles of every-day need, but the prices for them arc down in many instances, such as Suits, Coats, Furs, etc, to C03t and below. Special Values from the Basement Stocks. White and Decorated China Pitchers?English, German find American makes?2 to 4 quart sizes. Good bargains ax i'l'o each. Pictures that wero S9o. nnd ?.0?. but the. frames aro just ? little Imperfect, not. very much so, but enough to make t'3 reduco them to 50c. ?1.S9 OU Paintings. Tilth Ebony frames, now S3c. Toilet Sets, In tino values, for fS.oo! Ten pieces, ntw shapes and decorations. Slop Jrtf, $1.25. Farge sizes, with handles and tops. Here's values for you fi quart Saucepans and 14 quart Klshpans, best granlte rvare, GOo each. 4 quart Saucepans and 2 (Wart Teapots for .'??c each. Hn.lf bottle good .Ammonia; for 15c, Good, large-sized bottle qj? Perfumed Ammoni...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

THB TIMES, POUNDBD 18R6. ??-IB DISPATCH, FOUNDED, 1860. WHOLE NUMBER, 16,154. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, .TANUARY 81, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE DAY'S SUMMARY THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, -Jan. 30.?Forecoat: Virginia?Fair Saturday; colder In ex? treme southenat portion; Sunday wit. colder In west portion; fresh west wines, becoming variatile. . _ North Carolina?Fair Saturday nnd Bun ? day; fresh west to north winds. Cool and pleaun.nt wait the weather lo? cally yesterday. The wind wne a trine boisterous during a portion of the da}, and overcoats temporarily laid r?T,de were again In demand. Cooler-weather Is prom? ised fo rtho next few diij'3. STATE OF THERMOMETER. . ? ?. M.j| 12 M.? ?i P. M.i? C P. M. * 0 P. M.? 12 midnight .?__ ', Average ..'..** ive MINIATURE almanac, Jan. 31. 1003. Sun rises. 7:10 I HIGH TIDE. Sun eels. 6:31 I Morning..0:25 Moon rises.8:38 | Evening.../6:43 RICHMOND. The postoffice condemnation proceedings postponed-Produce Association formen bv the commlnslun merchan...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

REPORTS IN M'LEAN CASE ?An Interesting Document on ';> Mecklenburg Member. EDUCATIONAL MATTERS Important Bills Are to Bo Cinsidered Changes Proposed In Divorce Laws. News and Gossip of the Legislature. The Committee on Privileges and Eleo tlona of tho House have submitted two reports on tho MoLean case, one vacat? ing the eeat from tho date of Its adop? tion, and the other giving the member three days from adoption ]n whlcu to swear. The latter report reads aa fol? lows; To the Houee of Delegatesi The Committee on Privileges and Elec? tions, la the case of Dr. E. P. McLean, member of the House of delegates from tho county of Mecklenburg, beg leave to report that they find: lat. Dr. McLean la not deprived of hie right to a scat In ?this bi>dy. beoause of his being a Federal ofnceholder. 2d. Dr. MoDeon has failed to tako tho oath prescribed by the Con? stitution for the members of the General .Assembly "before entering upon til?? dis? charge of their duties." Hie nomo hos been, ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

TALK FOR GREATSHOW Exposition People Are Alive to the Situation. TO BE SETTLED THURSDAY General Loe and Mr. Ellyson to Close. Popular. President and Mr. Wool Talk?Will Ask No More Money of State. The Committees on Finance of the Senate and Houso held another session yesterday afternoon, and heard furthet argument in iaivor of tho appropriation of 1200,000 for the Jamestown Exposition, but did not take final action. ' The, matter wont over until 10 o'clock on Thursday next, when General Fitz hugh Lee and Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson will close for the bill, and shortly after that time a favorable report Is expect? ed. The epeakors yesterday were: Director General D. Lowenberg, of Norfolk; Messrs. O. D. Bachelor, of Newport News; H. L Page, of Norfolk, and J. I?. Patton, president of the Chamber of Commerce and one of the State commis1 esonera for tho St. Louis Exposition. iThaao gentlemen were presented to the committee by Hon. C. A Woodnrd, one of the members from Norfolk city, and they a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

The Times-Dispatch. ??G? -DAILY TIMES-DI9?ATCH IS 80LO AT TWO CENTS A COPY. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DIIiiPATCK IS BOLD AT ?? ?'E CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL. ?5 A YEAR; GOC. A MONTI I. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH RY MAIL. ?2 ? YEAR. _. .:. THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IN? CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIER, U.C. PER. WEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY CARRIER, 60. PER WEEK. WEEKlA- TIMES-DISPATCH, Jl YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS. WILL RE REJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL ? NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC? COMPANIED BY STAMPS. ? SATURDAY. JANURAY 31, li>OS. ? / ?UDGE PRYOR AND THE MON? ROE DOCTRINE. Judge Roger A. Tryor, of New York, has written for the New York Sun an In ' tercstlng article on the Monroe Doctrino. In which ho reproduces the several dec? larations on that subject Hint wcro minio by Presidents of tho United States, con? cluding with the fatuous pronouncement of President Monroe, ns follows: "With the existing colonies and depen? dencies of any Europenn ?Power wo have no...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

ONE GENT CHARGE A 25 Cents, WORD. Cash In Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. ONE CHARGE GENT 25 Gents, A Cash in Advance WORD. HELP WAITTED?MAI-? V?tlNTER WANTED. ADDRESS PO Box 22, Frederlcksburg, Va. .Wanted, small errand boy. ?? ply W. )_ DREW & CO., 716 E, Maln._ ?WANTE?D. A F1P.8T CLASS (??G? C3O0K. BANNISTER, HOUSE, No. lo Oovornor Street, ^ WANTED, A/ COlitPETl?lNT, 1NDU8 trlotts unmarried drug CLERK; unregis? tered preferred. Ad?rese H., care this office, _?-_ WANTED?LEARN PTtOOimBADINOi elU secured, ?IG to ?26 weekly. HOME CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL. Phila? delphia. ; _ Wanted, young man (WHITE). AP ply NATIONAL WINDOW CLEANING CO., 20 N. Ninth Btreet. 1 WANTED, YOUNG MAN FOR HAT ?toro, RICHMOND HAT CO., 1827 East Main Btreet. Wanted, locomotive machinists for railroad ?hop; (rood wages, and full Information hy addressing V, S. HOFF MABTBR, Capo Charle?. Va, YOUNO MAN, WHO HAB HAD Ex? perience ort desk, can write and do gen? eral work...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

I/ive'News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia PRIZE FIGHT Police Little Knew of Their Successful WorK. AUDIENCE WAITED IN VAIN Five Negro Sports from Bloodfield Arc Rounded Up and Landed In Police Station and There Was No Show at the Appointed Place. (Special to The Ttaes-Dl?patch.) NEWPORT NEWS, VA., January 30. 5*he police iuadvertontly broko up a prize fight which was to ha/ve been pulled off la Rockotts early this morning, hy ar? resting the men Who were to have heen the principals in the bout. All of tho aportlng men in the city had gathered In the hall above ? Rochetts Saloon, in .Which the effalr was to have occurred, and deep was their disappointment when the men lolled to put ln their -appear? ance, and tho cause was ascertained. Last night Chief of Pollco Johnson and Detectivo Sergeant Boy-olds decided to malte a trip through Rocketts and pick up a lot of thieves, "orap shooters," etc., who were known to hang about tho all night saloons. Shortly after m...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

St?ai?s The?reliable 25<?5a Bottle J QREENSBpRO NEWS Fine Quality of Iron Ore Comes from Wilson's Mill Mine. (Special to Tlio Tlmei-Dlspatch.) GREENSBORO, N. C? January 30.? Mr. Irvln Donnolt, living a few miles ?aat of the city,1 has ore oa his lands. Recently he brought a sample of it to Mr. Isaac Prosser, manager of the Em? pire Steel and Iron Company, In this place. Mr. "Prosser eays It 1b , Iron ore, but is so impregnated with titanium that it cannot be worked He Is having It analyzed, however, to be euro about It . The oro coming from Wilson's Mlll, howover, Is very (ine, and tho Empire peoplo are delighted. Not a trace of titanium i? found In It, something: rather etrango. It Is nlso turning out finely, taxing the furnace to handle It, The output was expected to be about fifty tons of iron a day, but it Is making: eighty right along. During tho Christmas holidays Jim Graves wns "mocked down and robbed ot a dollar by George Johnnon and a. man named Will Thomas. ?11 are col?...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

Wo have too mudi of ? very good tiling?ti inorino underwear, ?)lain and fancy, Mint's ono of tlio >ost fitting and mostcarofully knit jmakos wo know. "Wo'll soil tho samo thing ngain next soasori at Mio regular prices, $1.25 and $1.50. Perhaps you'd rather pay loss now. Medium and heavy weights : shirts sizes 3-1 to 44, drawers sizes 80 to 4_. . 85 cents a garment. "pEN'S & BCW?nilTFlfTF.R$*P THE REPUBLICANS DO NOT APPROVE Former Assistant U. S. Dis? trict Attorney Allan on the Course of Roosevelt. Former Assistant United States Dis? trict Attorney Edgar Allan thinks the ?course of President Roosevelt In regard to Mho nogroes will materially weaken his chances of securing-a second term. In discussing the matter yesterday he snld: "I do not fear the social equality night? mare as somo of tlio editors seern to iear It, but I know that, Irrespective of party, the white people of the South are Badly disappointed and distressed at the course of President Roosevelt In regard to the...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

Your* money back iff you are not satisfied ?rftirt,Y?F??.tJ.PP,0??B thot .-* oomPO'iJ: with a cap?tol of 1600,000.00, paid ln full, and the fti out to the fett??r ?CarS 00?*-*"??"!**?DU0Ooee?would ma]{9 su?h on ??or and not oarry ?r P.9, yol? SUPPOSE wo would Jco?ardlMS our etonfllnir with tho puhlio and our chance? ????!t??.G supP09K wo would make such an ?fter if wo did not havo the utmost oon?? *-??5?..1????12.5???8'"??(G quality of our goods ? ui._ue?wju_ .__ _ ?saving you tho big pronta of tho donlerfl. That's why It's best for medicinal purposes. That's why It's proforrcd for other uses. That's why we aro rcirularly supplying over a quarter of ? million satisfied oustomors. That's why YOU should try it. Direct from our distillery to YOU Saves Dealers' Profits ! Prevente Adulteration l" PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE 4 FULL $9-20 EXPRESS QU?8SYS ?$ " PREP?ii) We will send you FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAYNER'S SEVEN-YEAR OLD KYE for 13.20, and we will pay tho nxoress chantes.' When you rece...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

THE MARKET WAS DULL t ? ? - ? Reactionary Tendency in Later Dealings. ?10??? WAS MUCH EASIER ^Professional Element Tried to Make Capital Out of Set-Back to Venezu? elan Negotiations, but They Were Unsuccessful. (Hy Associated Preps.) ???? YORK. Jan. 80.?After ruling ilull _nd somewhat Irregular during the rat or part of ilio day tho Btock marltct the later trading developed, u pro ) nounood rouctle/nery totirlency. ? hero wus, / no special feature of Interest In 111? early ' dealings. Tho professional element tried to mollo capital out of the reported set? back ln the Venezuelan negotiations*, but the {treater ease nnd ahunelMnce O? money and some mo.ler.itoly sharp advances In a few specialties tended to offset the ef? fect of the traders selline;. Liberal offer? ings bv the banks carried the cash rate Ito the lowest level in some time. According to trustworthy reports fully $20,000.100 w.ii loaned at ?'2 per cent., and porhaps half that j-uin at 3 per cent. It was stated that the ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

UPRISES READY-TO-EAT THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD We eat to live, to strengthen muscle, brain and nerves. Food properly cooked, cleanly prepared, of wholesome in? gredients aids this. Dr. Price's Tryabita Wheat Flake Celery Cereal is a scientifically prepared food product, conducive to muscle, brain and nerve power. EXPERT UNION LABOR ONLY EMPLOYED. rrepreoby PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO.. Battle Creek. Mich. MARTHA TAYLOR GIVEN ONE YEAR Police Court Docket wa_ an Unimportant Affair Yes? terday Morning. The docket ln the Police Court yester? day was a eorry one. There waa not a caso worth ten minutes of time ln the disposal thereof, and not a Gingie case of Importance enough to be rent on to the grand Jury. Martha A. Taylor (colored) was dis? orderly on the street, and whan Detective Hall started to arrest her Die Smith got In the rame and put up an Inter? ference. It cost each of them $10. and Martha went down for twelv? menthe, while Ike got It for six. Charles Branch (colored) wia &l...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 January 1903

Miller ?& Rhoads Miller ? Rhoads New Hosiery for Carefulness is the watchword in buying goods for any depart? ment of the store, and nowhere is il more emphasized I han in the (Hosiery Department. It's not a question with us whether a pair of stockings will pass the cursory examination of the woman that purchases Ihem at our counters, hut the question is. Are I hey absolutely first-class goods .when they come into the store? If close, careful scrutiny by an expert: will secure us perfect goods, then our Hosiery stock to-day is as perfect as we can make it with the knowledge at hand. Prices come next, and we believe ours to be as low as you'd reasonably expect for the values given. 12 l-2c. Children's Heavy School Hose, dou? ble heels, toes anil solos. Very good values. J7c. "The Hercules." best quality and positively the host School lioso, in both boys' and girls'. All sizee. 25c. Two special weights?one for hoys and another for girls?very fine rib nnd also elastic, fast color a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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