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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

MITTELDORFER'C 1 Y _L 217 East Broad Street **-* ) Never in the history of this firm have we shown such a superb assortment invarietyand completeness in every department. Our prtces are exceedingly low for Monday. Ladies Shlrt Walsts, Newest Materlnl*. Utest Styles, Larg cst Assortment. Lawn nnd Percalo Walsts, In all colors,Hamburg Insortlon.trlm- AQr mod, nowcst pnttorns, epoclal t-'*' Whlto Lawn Tucked Front Walsts, vory sheer, tho B8o. quality, yCj. Ploated and Tucked Wont Fine Lawn WnlstB, $1.30 quality, Qgr Whlto Fancy Plquo Walsts,, wlth tucks and large'pearl bultons, Qnr $1.25 quality, ^paclal. UVV. Btnbrolderoy Front Lawn Walsta, tucked and pearl button Ci AQ trlmmed, ?2 quality for... ?Pl*^^ Wash Fabrics. Mercerized Panama Bultlng In bluo, oream, tnn and brown, tho 76c. A fLr> auallty, for. *ttJC Mercerized Madras Cloth, all colors, Btrlpes and plalds, worth 29c. f fi _ por yard....'.. l\J\* Polka Dot Sllk Qlnghams, all new colors, worth 29c, por yard | q_ ? 1/ _a yard ...

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. — 22 March 1903

READINCS; MUS1CALES Lynchburg Society Folks Ob serve Lent Strlctiy. PERIOD OF STAONATION When Easter German Starts the Post Lenten Season Affairs Wlll Bo Gay?Muslcal Recltal at Wo? man's College Chapel. (Spectnl to Tbe Time?-l)lspHtc?i.l LYNCHBURG, VA., March 21.-Lont has .brought to Lynchburg society a perlod of stognatlon, and slnco Ash Wed? nesday social gayety has conflned itself to a fow readlngs, imislcales, eto. Iho linster german wlll start now llfe ln society clrcles, nnd several tnarrlages wlll add interest to tho llst of entcr aln menis, whlch, from all accounts, ls a long ?ne, _r On lost Wednesday afternoon Mrs,, X\. M. Strothor- gnve a readlng to tho Min tstertiig arclo of Klng's Daughtora at the homo of Mra Wllliam S. Carroll. Mrs. Btrotber's selection waa "Monsteur Beau calre," and the mnnner ln whlch sho \ m-esonted the story mado lt most do llirhtful and Interestlng. Ovor a hundred Uolefwero present. and all of them we oathuslasUo ta pralse of Mrs. Strother s tBStM0...

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. — 22 March 1903

SOCIETY'IN CHARLOTTE Mrs. Olbbon's Dlnner Party Monday Evenlng. SHRINERS' PlLGRtMAGE A Good Delegatlon Frdm Charlotte Wil| go to Columblt on Aprli 3d. dhar? lotte Veterans Will Attend the Rounion In New Orleans. (Special to Tho Tlmea-ninpatch.) CHARLOTTE, N. C, March 21,?Mrs, Jl. L. Glbbon gavo a dellghtful dlnner party Monday ovenlng In honor of,her ulster, Mlsa Beulah Wilson, of Morgdn ?ton. Othor guests were Mrs. L. J. Mas ney, of Rock Hlll, S. C.J Mlsses Franccs Mallory, Fau and Hlla McAden, Lottle and Mary Ottlea CrUdwell and Messrs; Jullan G'lllcsple, Jenks /Hutchlson, J. H. Van Ness, Jr., Albert T. Summey, E. S, Pogram and J. W. Wadsworth. Tho annual pllgrlmago of tho Shrlners to Columbia, S. C? wlll tako placo on AprU 3rd. Among the Charlotte Shlners who wlll attend tho meetlng aro Messrs. Dl B.'- Allon, G. XV. Wadsworth, E. S. Pegruirt, L. A. Dodsworth, Hamllton W. IWIIson and others. Qulte a number of Charlotto people wlll Blt'ond tho annual rounion of the Con? federate Ve...

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. — 22 March 1903

POWER OF PERSONAL MAGNETISM Startling Secrets Laid Bare by an Adept in This Mystic Art. How Men and Women Are Fascinated and Held Spell-Bound by This Sirange, Mysterlout Force. Tho Long-Lost Secrets of Ihe Magic Power of the Wise Men of Old Fully and Completely Revealed at Last. _j_ i Prof. 'Robni'lson, Presldent of the Columbia Sclentific Academy of the city of New York, is tin adept iu the scicitce of personal nuigneLism. Ho probably . knows more ahout tlio stthtlo nit of pcr \ fionnl inlluenco than any living ninn. ! Ho has just wrltten a new book, en tifJed the "Socret of Power," the copy rftrhfc of which he has glven away on condition that 25,000 copies of tlie first cdltion bc diutributed to the public ab ' Bolutely freo of clmrgo. Witlnn recent years hundreds of pcrsons havo ptir chased ndvertised courses in hypnotism i for the purpose of lcarning how, to in fluencc others and get along in life. Hypnotism is not personal mognetism. Prof. Robertson has determined to put a stop...

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. — 22 March 1903

TRAQLE'S PHONE 2888 I I KAULC .3 I "^JpSm'S** SPECIAL SOAP SALE TO COMMENCE MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1903, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. We will put TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND CAKES OF SOAP at about half price. Now that the soap season is coming on, it will pay you to stock up for the season. Here are a few of the many hundred kinds we offer: I5o, Cutleura Soap . WAc. 10c. Buttermljk (Cosmo). 6V4o. 25o. Roger and Qallet Vlolot.. 1714c. Bo. Whlte Tar Soap. 4c. Bo. Ivory Boap . 4o. 2Bo, Packer's Tar Soap. 14Vic 25c. Willlams' Shavlng fltlck.. 16%c lOo. Willlams' Shavlng Boap.. Bo. ,l6o, Pear'a Boap. 8e< 26o, Pear'a Soap (ecented).... 13\4c. lOo. Mason'fl Modlcated Soap.. 6V4c, 10c. Our Queon, largo, flno tol Ict soap, 3 In a box, box.. 12c. ?5e, 4 7 11 Whlto Itoso Clyco rlno (Imported) . 13V4c 25c. Dog Soap . 9o. 2Bc. Cutlclo Kkin Soap.i. 8</4o. 26c. Blnder's Mcdlcatcd Tar Soap . . 11e. 2Bo. Woodbury's Kaclal Soap.. 16c BOc. Imported 8%-pound bar Greon or Whlto Castlle Boap, per bar . 19o. 25c....

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. — 22 March 1903

OPENING VERYDULL Market Was More Anlmated After Statement Appeared. TONE WAS MUCH FIRMER Closlng of Market Was Dull and Steady. The Bank StatemontWell Recelved, Though Cash Reserve Was Un? der tho Estlmates. (Br Ansoclnted Prns?.) NEW'TORK, March 21.-Prevlous to the tho publicatlon of Uio weekly bank flgures the stock market was vory dull. but later Phowed somo dogreo of a.nlmatlon. Open? ing prices roflected steadlnoss of tone, and MoWolltan, Rock Island and Mexlcan Cetitral were among the Btocks that moved upward. The activity ln Metropoll? tan suggested a continuance of tho at tack upon the short Interest. Rumors of a Rock Island-Moxlcun Central comblna . .tlon wero not vory g^crally crcdltennd Ithe lnBt-namod stock was checked ln lta Wvance by offerlnilrK aggregatlng 10,000 Hharos Tbo professlonal eToment lndulged in aome profit-taklng ln certaln of the ntandord fesues, these IncludltiK St. Paul, UnlonT Vdinc^and Atchlson. Yestorday's Bpoclal selllng of Sugar ww rcnewecl. Ihe de...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

(Contlnued From Twelflh Pnge.) 10V4C! plckled alioiililerB, O^Oi/ic.i plckled. hamo, ll'MnSc. Lnrd-FIrm; Western etenfned. $fo,60; rcflned, llrm; CnntlticnU 110.65: onmpotind, J7.M, Pork?Flrm; fam 11. OO.MSaOi Hhort clear, $19?21; mcsB, tl8,2fi?in. ., ! Buttcr-Weak; extra cronmory, 2flc,S Btate dnlry, 16?27c. ('hoose-FIrm: ?tate. full ereiim, ? fancy smnll. colorod, fttll hmde, lfio.; small whlte, full mndo, 14%c. feggS-Stcadyi Slnte nnd Pennsylvanln. and Western and Smilltern. 14c. Tnllnw CJulct; elly, 6?ie.; country, ?f?0i,:ic. Rosln Flrmi Blralncd. n7M?9c. , Tiiipcntlne Flrm nt $2.30. Rlce-Flrm; domestlc, WM 7c. MolnsBes-FIrm; New prlennfl.Jmm. ColYee-Tho market for coffee "Iturea oponod qulet at unchnngojl .P1;'"1" refinlng,? 3 34B@3Mc.| cenlrlfugal. flu test, 311-ii)c; inohiHHOM fdiR.tr. 2 l.-i-hx'.! i'pJ'",''li fitmicly; confoctlotiors' A, *4.Im: ninuld A, $5.05! cut loaf, $3.40: arUftltotfi Jp.lOj ppW' o.75. Fcanuts-Bleiuly; 'ane.ylmndpleke 1, 4M0iKe.l other domestlc, 3flN%ev...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

Bbrgain Chips Caught in the Eye of & Hurried Pencil. LADIES* SHIRT waists of Prench Olnghnms, nll coh ors, best COc. value for 35c. Second Kloor, NEW CORDED MADRAS, thc new est 12 1-2c. ones, per> yard, 0 3-4c, Bnsement. BLACK I N D I A SILK, full Vnrd wlde, linest $1.15 Lyon's dye for 86.o; Sllk Department. j K I N G ' S MA CHINE THREAD, soft flnlsh, three spools for 5c. Maln Floor. . 2,000 YARDS OF BLACK PERCA LINE, the 12 1-2c. dnd 15c. llnlng- for 6c. f"" Llnlng Dopartmont NEW OPERA MESH ETAMINE3 all wool, new sprlng colors, 59c. values for 35c. C H I L DREN'S W 0 R S T E D DRESSES, C to 12 years, wcro $3 for $1.60. WHITE P. K. AND MADRAS, ln shlrt walst lengths valued to 19c, for 9o. Basemont. "sTmNIG^VV^TGHT' KNIT VESTS, all sizes, for ladies, wlth kneo length pants, for 25c. Basoment. ""XtTC fTvTR LACES for walst and trlmmlngs. new Venlce designs, por yard, 9Sc. 72 DOHEN NIGHT GOWNS of cambrlo or muslln, the best 69c. and 75c. ones in town, all sizes, 60o. Basoment. SA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

Bfcpatrl) THE THB TIMES, F0UNDI3D 1838. I WHOT'F NTTMBER 16/196. "RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS . THE WEATHER. ' WASHtNGTON, Mnroji 21i?For*en?t for Sunday nnd Monday: V/rglnlii-'Knlr nnd not so warm Biin dayi Monday falr; fresh northwesterty wlnds. i - North Cflrrtllna?Rriln.nnd not so warrh Btinday; Mopday falr, except raln' In Bduth portlon; fresh wosterly, to north wosterly wlnds, : yv'nrm wcathef nnd pourlng raln made yesterday unpleason't. The cool weather foreaoon by Iho. Weather Bureau , hns fnlled t9 matcrlnll-ie.' Tho prcdlctlon' Is for falr and not so warm to-day. I 0 A. M. r'7 12 M.....''.'..'??? M 3:I\ M.?.<""? fi P. M. ???> n P. M."8 .12 mldnlght ....'... ??_ Average. 68 1'6 Hlghost temporaturo yesterday. .*.... J. '70 L-owest tempcrature yostorday. 65 Mcan tempcroturo yesterday. 62 Normal tompcrnluro yesterday...."IS ?"Departiiro from normal tonipcraturc ^14' Prcclpitation during past 24 hoiirs.. 2:01 " . M1NIATUR...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

Test for Yourself the Wonderful Curative_Properties of Swamp-Root To Prove What Swamp-Root, the World-Faiiioua Kldney, Llver aijd Bladdei* Remedy, Wlll do for YOU, Every Reader of thfe Times-Dispatch May Have a Sample Bottle FREE. WILLIAM MOOREi c i-i l e F. ^ W. H,FREDENBURG,H BQUND3MAN ?L^' ? N Gciillcmeii" Some two years ago I was so run down lhat I l.acked strength, had no appetite and coiild not sleep nichts. Somctiincs it seemed, as though my back would break 111 two after stooping. U had to ee't lip many tim'es during tlie night to urinate>and go often through thc clay. After haying thc best nhvsicians prescribe for me without rclicf, I decided from iriy symptoms that the mcdicine I needcd was Dr. Kilmcr's Swamp-Root, thc great kidnoy, llver and bladder remedy. After trying a sample bottle with good results, I purchased six bottles of thc regular size, and after taklng them was entirely cured Swamp-Root is a wondcrful remedy when a man is not feeling well, after exposure o...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

The Last Shall be First On Thursday, March 20th, we shall annotmce our fornml opening of Spring Apparel, Of Olir cflbrts ati.9 productions we shall toll you about later in tho week. For 3 Days,BeginningTo-morrow Morning, wo aro gbiiig to give you an opporttinifcy to buy Men's and Boys' Spring-Weight Suits ftnVl Extra Trousers, whieh wo carriod over from last Spring and Summer at EXACTLY HALF PRICES Thc qtialitics are gooclj the styles are correct and desirablo, and our only motivo in selling thom at these enormous reduetions is solely in accorVlanco with our rulo to show an iibsolutely fresh and new stock each season. , Every style of Man's and Boy's Suit will be represented and all at Half Prices; Men's $10.00 Suits reduced to $ 5.00 Men's 12.50 Suits reduced to 6.25 Men's 15.00 Suits reduced to fr.50 Men's 20.00 Suits reduced to 10.00 Men's 25.00 Suits reduced to 12.50 Boys' 83.OO Su Boys' 4.00 Su Boy's 5.00 Su Boys' 6.5O Su Boys* 7.50 Su its reduced to $1.50 its reduced to 2.00 i...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

'U1 A SPRING MODES o ? F 'ue ?yew-Creations in Women's ?uits. Broadcloth Suits, colors navy, black .?liti castor, blouse lined witl??'changeable taffeta and made'collarless effect, neck .finished with taffeta straps, and buttons, full puff sleeves, skirt fhas panel front, finished? with taffeta bands and hip trimming of taffeta straps and b-nttons, kilted bottom, unlincd skirt ; special' at $20.00. Novcltv Gloths, in fancy gray and tan mixtures, new shaped jacket, blouse'back and front, high girdle, extra full sleeves, 9-gored flare skirt, entire Suit beautifully trimmed with silk braid, $30.00. Imported flamine Suits,'tucked blouse, Hat collar,'-Alii tucked ! sleeves, blouse finished ?|tb peau de soie'and silk ornaments, skirt ^pancliront and made with graduated tucks -over elegant taffeta [ drop-skirt, $40.00. s of Skirts Hahdsomc 3-piecc l'unie Skirt (Broadcloth),, trimmed with heavy silk lace, taffeta lined, en traine, elegant.and up-to-date, $25.00. Granite Elaminc Skirt, trimm...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

TOFORBID ANY MERGER Amendment Offered to the Corporatlon Mcasure. IS AIMED AT RIVAL L1NES /Senate Consumes Four Hours ln the Dryost Klnd ,of Work?Many Bllls Aro Passed by Iho Houso. Thoro was but llttlo of publlo ?Interest ln to sesslon ot tho Leglslaltiro yester? day. v Tho sesslon of tho Senato wns long and Was devoted almost exeluslyjely to tho considoratlon ot tho blll rogultttlng tho powors and tlutles of tho Corporatlon Commisslon, whlch was roported from |ho Roads Commltteo, read a llrst tlme ? nnd mado a special order for .Monday ut 10 o'clock, Tho Houso adopted tho resolutlon offer? ed several days ngo by Mr. Chrlstlan, Df Hlchmoiid, appolntlng a Jolnt commlt? teo to look after the copylng of tbo rolls" of tho Confederate soldlcrs la the lato clvll war, now of record In the Wur Dopartment at Washlngton, D. C. Thero wero but few bllls offered and they , wero nearly all of local Intorest only. Tho body cleared up Its ealendar, und ndjourned before noon, pusslng a large number...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

The Measure qf the Man who favors mo wlth hls order for tt sttlt. is wikon wlth great cn.ro, niul cttb nud lnnnoby oxnbrf cutters nnd tnllora lti Iliy o\vn shop. Modern nml pmm-osH In'g'J'nllorlhH Itlcas otinblo mo to tui'll otifc Suits Whlch aro Iho vory nemaof iK-rfoctlon In stvlo, flt, nnd flnlsh. My llno of Bluo Scrgos ls lnunenso. Schnurm&n, Tallor, Hatter, Haberdasher, 907 Main Street. NOTABLE HOME AT JAMESTOWN HOME OF THE AMBLERS, JAMESTOWN. . One of the most notablo of all Vlr? glnia homes was that of tho Amblers on Jnmestown Islnnd. The llrst Amblor houso was bullt prob? ably ln 1R40. Whilo lt hns boon partlally burned sovoral tlmes It has always tlll now boen rebullt on Uio same spot wlth tho same matcrlnl so far os possible. . Its bulldor was Wm. Cary, Uio grent grandfathor of Mary Cary, who wns courted In valn by, George Washlngton. Thls houso was doubtloss destroyed for tlie first tlme ln 107(1 durtng Baoon's ro helllon. It has been twlco or oiore tlmes dostroyed si...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

ISERVICES IN THE CHURCHES Subjects of Thoso Who Flli City Pulplts To-Day?Ser mons on Commandments. At tho G-rovo Avenuo .Baptlst Church this mornlng Dr. Hawthorne wlll preach cn "The End of All Evll 'on tho Earth") at nlght hls subjeot wlll bo, "Dogma and Duty." I At the First Baptlst Churoh the Rev. \Dr. John Oordon, of Phlladelphla, asso olato of Dr. ConwotI, wlll preach at both Bervlces, At Lolgh Stroot the Rov. T. Claggett Bklnnor, of Baltlmoro, wlll preaoh ovory nlght during tho week, beginning to morrow. i At Centenary Dr. Lcar wlll preach In tho mornlng on "Tho Prophot's Prayer for Revlval," and at nlght on "Two iWays to Doath, Ono Road to Llfo," At Clay Streot the Rov. L. B. Betty wlll preach ln tho mornlng on '?Tho WIs ilom of Wlnnlng Sotils," and at nlght on "Decldlng Ono's Own Dcstlny," At tho Rallroad Y. M. C. A. this af? ternoon the Rov. C. P. Sloaley wlll preach on "The Sounds In tho Tops of tho Mul berry Treos." At West End Chrlstlan Church tho Rev. i-I. P, Atklns wll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

HERO SICK IN MANCHESTER Carrled the Flag Over tho Stone Wall at Oettysburg. clArence vaden retires Goes Out of Real Estate Buslness to Put Jn Hls Tlme Wlth Manchester Bank?Elks Lodge Installatlon. Mr. Berry Dead. Mnnohester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatoh, \ No. 1102 Hull Street, f Mr, Robert A. Holt, color beai'or of tha Fifty-slxth Virginia Infanti-y. Qornett'S Brlgade, Plckott'a Dlvlslon, Army ot Northorn Virginia, ts very 111 with pneu nionla at hls home on Portor Street, be? tween Thlrteenth and Fourteonth Streets, Ho was a gallant soldlor and carrled the ? flag of hls regiment over the atone wall r^wt Gettysburg ln Plckott'a lmmortal Sliorxe, % MR. VADEN RETIRES. Mr. Clarence Vaden, Who for so long was assoclated wlth Mr, Augustlne Roy all ln the real estate buslness, and who ls one of the most popular and progresslve young mon ln Manchester, has rellred from the roal eBtate buslness, and wlll _ devoto all bf hls timo to tho Interests of Uio Manchester Bank. ELKS' lNSTALLATION, Mr, Euge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

&* BUSINESS FIS SA? "HUT Richmond, Virgin!?. I To the Tlmes-Dlspatch Co., oltyt I Gentlemen,?Since using your 'wont columns we have found' out that the siso of the advertisement Id by no means tho only way of determining Its value. Ther? 1? * novelty and attraction about the classlfled pages ot the Tlmes-Dls? patch that galna for It the Interest and attention of many who read It Just to eoo tho "World's" wants told In the Tlmee-Dlspatch. "W? have had nothing but ?ver ? In? creasing causo for praising and a continuing to use your want ads. Jl? Very truly yours, V? THE) CABLE COMPANTV J. G. Corley, Manager. \% One of tbe Little Business Boomer?. ISN'T IT A DREAM? WHATt, THE Cablo Plano, of course. It le tho swoetest-toned and -eet piano In overy way that the world has ever konwn. Cash.or crediti easy terms. THE CABLE CO., 213 Bast Broad, Editor Timee-Diepatohi Dear 8lr;-r have used tbe want ade, of the Tlmee-Diipatch (or some time, and have found them exceeding? ly eatin factory. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

ONE CENT I WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHAME 26 Cents, Oath In Aeranti? ONE OENT A WORD. HELP WANT?D-FEMALE. WANTED, AT ONCE, 2 GOOD SKIRT ? Hands. Apply nt. COI West Grace Street. KvANTED, A COOK. APPLY 9-4 WEBT Franklin Street. _ AvT?TED, A COOK, AT 821 M'EST Franklin atrectj must giva roforonco. A GOOD HOME FOR A SETTLED LADY, who will assist In housekeeping? Ad? dress A. 11. C, care Station A. WANTED, WASHING TO DOA AT home; satisfaction guaranteed. Apply or aihlress 720 North Second Streot. WANTED, EXPERIENCED HELPERS on drosses. Apply tn 4 North Plum ? Sfeot^MltS. ????JENNINGS._ ! WANTED, A COOK AND WASHER: also house girl at 922 West Grnco. Call D to 12 ?. M. Rcferenco required. PLAIN WRITERS EVERYWHERE, spnro time evenings, $9.60 week; steady home work; solf-nddressed envelope, full particulars. MANAGER, Dept. S, 107, Box Hll, Philadelphia, Pn. > ?,? ., ??? ' WANTED, FIRST-CLASS...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

ONE GEHT ? ? - WORD? MINIMUM CHARfiE 26 Genfs, Oath In Advino? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TMT BRINO QRUTEST RESULTS. MINIMUM ONARBfi 26 Genis, Catkin Aerano? ORE OEHT A HBLP WANTED-FEMALB. ?? PER THOUSAND, COPYINO LET? Jera, Itmloso stamp for copy of lettor, Instructions, etc Wo have several lines Of work. Addroe? EAGLE WHOLE ???,? CQ? Chicago, III. .LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO COPY lettore at homo. S20 per 1,000 for a short letter: paid weekly. Cn)l, C. D. HA1S HP, 2&06 East Marshall Street, city. ?? PER 1,000 COPYINO SUORT LET ters arid returning to ubi paper free: 600-sheo lots to accepted copyists* ?ond addressed, stamped envelope. AMAZON' CHEMICAL CO., DopL 60, Chicago. WANTED. AT ONCE A WORKINO housekeeper, to tako. charco of pantry In small hotel. Apply with roforenco [f to TAYLOR HOUSE, Winchester, Va IiADIE8-tW TO $8 PI3R WEEK. WORK? Ing dollies and oentcrplocesi materials furnished; no canvassing; steady work. Bond stamped envelope to ELY NOV? ELTY CO., Ely Bid...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

ME CENT ? WORD. MINIMUM CHARBE 25 Cents, Cash inAdvine? THESEARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO DREHTEST RESULTS. MINIMUM OHAME 25 Cents, Oath In Advano? ONE CENT ? A ? WORD. HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED, STATE MANAGER. OFFICE position for established ilrm of good standing^ $S0 monthly enti nil expenses. S2P0 ensli required. Address MANUFAC? TURER, SCO Dearborn Street, office 201, Chlcilgo, 111. WANTED. BY A MAN OF GOOD character nnd strictly business manners, connected In shoo business o\;er twen- ? tv years, hns nlso oxperlencn in retail hIioo business, nnd d"lng splendid busi? ness for over eight yenrs In this city, but on nccount bf ftilllng health wishes position In ? first-class rollili alino house us salesman. Addrcs 13. 11., 20, care this ofrlee. WANTED. ?? EXPERIENCED CA-N vasser lo work on salary; slato previous line presented; care L. M. jN., care this office. / AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS-?30 TO $!*0 WEEKLY EASILY made. Wo provo this. Luminous name plates, numbers, signs ...

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