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1EM. ESTATE AND
(Contlnued From Flrst Page.)
Stro Ukoly to bo mado as Boon as the
jjiun Bhlnis again.
Tho thlrty-nlno acres of Harry Beat
y'? farm whlch wero rocently sold to
syndlcato for 1.8,000 la Boon lo bo
lald off Into lots and a now suburb.
irlght on the car line, will loom up
Ifor the conslderatlon of neople who
lovo Co Hvo In tho country air and
have room enough ln whlch to turn
A vlslt. to the vlllage of Bensley any
flno afternoon, whon line afternoona
Bquecsco ln betweon the cloudn, la
enough to show how tho people of
Richmond nppreclate tho beautlea ol
Siature as thoy flnd.them ln the charm
Ing suburbs. When weather permlts
thoro nro crowds of vlsltors who bear
evidonco by thelr very presenco that
-the place has won a .posltion ln tho
hearts of tho nome-makers and tho
homc-lovors. The vlllage la growln*.
not on the boorn order, but ln a good
flnd steady way. Tho lot buyers aro
building beautlful homes there, and
.the Indloatlons aro that ln a year, or
xnaybo two, Bensley will be one of tho
.Bhow places of Rlohmond when strang
.rs and travelers stop by to see tha
? bcautles of the flncst oid town ln all
Glnter Park Is ono of Ule busy places
jinmrid the clty, and there ls alwaya
something dolng there. Wlth more than
Uwenty homes under construction, and
tho building of new streets and roads.
the suburb haa ho appearance of dull
times. The hedges and lots are kept In
beautlful condltion, tho streets have
recently been olled and the place haa
-levor ln its hlstory looked so attrac?
aJXotes hy llie Waynlile.
A nujnber of rumors about big deals
n Broad Street property when chased
down turned out to be oid publlshed
Btorles revamped after the final deeds
?had gone to record.
An agent who has no holdings either
tis prlnclpal or as ag'-? ln the terrl
ory narjjed ventures the predlctlon
hat tho coming fall wlll wltness lively
buslness ln Church Hill propertles.
South Richmond ls the coming enntra
of actlvlty ln buslness sltes of tho
ilnrger kind. Industrles that renulro
/much sround have thelr eyes turned to?
ward Washington Ward.
Thc new offlces of Green <~ Redd
,*re to be at tho corner of Nlnth and
Franklln Street. and not Elghth and
_>'ranklln, as erroneously stated.
Rlchard Pokrass has become asso
Clutod as salesman wlth the Noonand
*on Rt-alty Corporation.
: The building operatlons ln Barton
pfeights have been subjected to no ces
isation. Vacant lots nre becomlnK very
/ecarce ln that Buburb.
( From Various Sections of
f Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Baltlmore, September 3.?Among the
Jpouthern Industrial and other d'-v.l
wopmental undertaktnga announced ln
Ithia week's lssuo of the Manufacturers'
Holland-Texas Dara and IrrigaJion
Co, awarded contract for construction
3t a eoncrete dam ln the Xuecc3 Rlver,
Texas, to Impound 2,000,000,003 gallons
?f water for irrlgation of about 7,000
,'tcres of land lying on both sldes of
:/ic*' rlver. /
Seaboard Air Line Railway's expen
Jiture of $260,000 for improvements on
.ts Blrmlngham dlvislon, lncludes the
l.onstruction of slx eoncrete llned tun
' Black Hawk CoIUery Co., Big Creek,
AV. Va., wlth capltal stock of $100,000
(was Incorporated, by Detroit, Mich.,
Pioneer Cotton Mills, Guthrle, Okla.,
It Costs You Noihing to Use
This Bank's Great Faclties
The advantages and desirability of calling to your aid the
assistance andfacilitics of a strong bank is universally recog
j And it costs nothing to call to your assistance such a bank.
Instead of you paying a bank for its services, it will pay
you interest on your deposit if placed in the Savings Depart?
The National State and City Bank is a bank with the power
to help you?to offer you safety?plus the desire to do so.
Your account is earnestly solicited, with the assurance that
it will have every attention, be it large or small.
STATE AND CITY
1111 East Main Street, Richmond, Va.
WM. H. PALMER, Presidont, WM. M. HILL, Vice-President
JNO. S. ELLETT, V.-President. J. W. SINTON, Vice-President
JULIEN H. HILL, Cashier.
James H. Anderson,
J. L. Antrim,
James D. Crump,
John S. 1-llctt,
A. R. Ellerson,
Joseph M. Fourqurean,
Horaco S. Hawcs,
S. H. Havves,
William AI. Hi!!,
Edward C. Mayo,
Edwiri A. Palmer,
William H. Palmer,
Granville G. Valentine,
Steward ,M. Wood ward.
FACTS, FIGURES, VERIFIED. ,;.}
Phono Monroe 431,
111. East Main Street,
Increaficd capltal stock from $150,00
to $.10,000 and wlll Install looma fo
The McCartnoy Roller Co? Moblle
Ala,, $50,000 capltal stock, was Incor
porated to conHtruct and repair en
Stlnes, bollers, water tnnks, etc.
American Agrlcultural Chemlcal Co
Savannah, Oa., owarded contract fo
fortill.cr plant, main building to b<
600 by 181 feot,
Pocomoke Ouano Co., awardod con
tract for plant at Wllmlngton, N. C,
main bulldlnR 400 by 181 feet, acli
plant 300 by 70 feet, and for almlla:
plant at Columbim, 8. C.
Corigaroo Fortlllzer Co., awardci
contract for plant at Columbus, 8. C.
Norfolk City's expenditure of $200,
000 for conatructlon of publlc dock
etc, wlll lnvolvc conatructlon of thret
J-JEPOHT OF THE OONDITION OF
The First National Bank
AT RICHMOND, IN THE BTATE OB
VIROINIA, AT THE OLOSE OF BUSI
NE88, SEPTEMBER, 1. 1910.
Loan. and discount..$6,702,645 Ut
Overdrafts, secured and unae
curcd. 629 30
Unlted States bonds to secure
circulatlon. 970,000 OO
Unlted Statea bonds to secure
Unlted State* deposlt.. 1.000 OO
Bonds, securltles, etc. 12,078 40
Banklng house, furniture and
fl-tures. 42,000 OO
Due from national
banks (not ?re?
servo agents) .,$274,886 00
ntiii from State
bank.i and bank?
ers, trust com
panlns and sav?
ings b_nks. 95,422 09
Due from ap?
Oheclcs and other
cash Itcma. 5,618 35
Exch-nges for .
clearlng house.. 105,007 40
Note. of other na?
tional banks.... 10,000 00 ,
and cents. 8.286 47
La?ful monoy re?
serve ln bank,
notes. 30.000 00
urer (6% of clr
culstion). -8.950 00
Capital stock p-Mln.*l,__O,0O0 a
Btirplu- funds._.,.?* 1.000,000 0<
?Cndlvlded proiHa, 1__ expenses
and ttties pald. -4.9s. 6'
Kational bank notes c_t_u_d
t_g.v. 956,180 0i
Dae to othor ntv
r tiau-I b__kz..S 560.114 26
Due co State
i and p ri Tate
b a n k a and
bankers. 51O.20O 24
Due to trust
_ava__? baato. 1-3.633 65
_?_> to approved
reserve agents. 30.150 67
..ip-irl. 1.155 00
ject ?>_be_k.. 4.141 _582 33
c&tcsof depoxte __3,6->l 63
CertlfUxi cbacks. _7__S_ 66
Cashier s ctoesja
a_tK?_dJn_... 6..6S S8
TTnttrd S-a:es dc
pasita. t.OOO 00
Bonds borro-?ed. 505.000 0
RcstTred for taxis and aorraed
Interest...v.... 1R>S-- 3
___>_rm._. a__jc__nc. ete. 100.000 0
State of "Tirgi-ils. Clty o_ R_____d- w:
I. Jno. M. l?Mer. -*?-. cn.hler of ths abovi
naoed bai-te. do solcmnly swear that th
above sto_en__t to true to the best of :n
__o_ted-__- and bellef.
J-SX-. ___ JDIXEH, jn
E. A- SAUXDERS. JB.
HE_CRV TV. 'VVOOD.
Stt__ertbed and sworn to before me thi
2d__yo- September. 1910.
AC3.IX K. PARKEE
dock flllp?, two ot tHom 70 feet wld?'
ond ono 75 foot wldo.
Construetlon wan hcgttn upon iloor,
sash and 'hllntl factory of thc A. H.
Flsher Co., Charleston, 8, C.
Mobllo PortJand Ccment & Coal Co.,
la arranglng to placo 12,000,000 order
ordor for constructiial atoel, machinery
and eqtiipmont for Us plant ln pro
cciss of eonstructlon.
Loulsvlllo & Nashvlllo Rallroad
awardod contract for structural steel
for Its $500,000 Bhop?.nt Boylos, Ala.
Tho Southern Ore Co. ivas incorpor?
ated wlth 1500,000 capital stock to
develop a'tract of ore land near Ltifny
Tho Georgia Marblo Quarry Co.,
whlch rocently planned to lncrease lti
capital stock to $500,000 will develop
400 acres of land at Cathcdral, Tex,,
oxpectlng an average otitput of 290
cublc feet of marblo a weok.
El Paso, Tex., will construct a $100,
000 garbago refuso and sewag-o dls
posal plant. ?
The Rowan Chemical Co., of Salls?
bury, N. C, was . Incorporated wlth
$100,000 capital stock.
The Hartsvlllc, S. C, Fertllyizer Co.,
was incorporated Wlth $60,000 capital
Shi eveport, La., authorities author
Ized tho preparation of planx for a
natural gas pipe. line system to cost
Among thc contracts for bulldlngs
granted durlng tho week wero for a
tn-story bank and ofllco bulldlng for
Georjrla" Llfe Insurance 'Co., Macon,
Ga., estlmated cost $225,.r00, and a
nlne-story offlce building for Southern
Paclflc Rallway at Houston, Tex., $723,
NEWS OF ALBERTA.
[Special to Tbe Times-Diapatch.]
Alberta, Va., September 3.?Captaln.
Charles 8. Barrow, who will be known
ln future history as the father of
tho town of AJberta, has thls week
put to work a large force of car
penters and other workmen to do the
flrst stunts looking to the building of
a real town here on tho site ho has
Iald off lnto streets and avenues. He
advertlsed ln The Tlmes-Dlspatch last
Sur.day that bcginnlng next Monday he
would glve away lots to persons who
would agree to bulld on the same ln?
dustrlal plants, stdres and resldences.
Tho applicants for cltlzenshlp In the
new town dld not walt for the date
named ln the advcrtlsemcnt. but dur?
lng tho past week there have been
many vlsltors here looking at and se
lecting lots, and Captaln Barrow has
had scores of responses to his adver
tlsement by letter. The probablllty is
that a largo crowd will meet him hero
Monday, when the lot sales will be?
gln. Plans have already been drawn
for qulte a number of houses to bo
STATEMENT OF THE FINANCTAL CONDITION OF THE
Savings Bank of Richmond
MC_1a ^T^^SE^fTuS^^T^^. Sl^o!EMi_EVITP.
TIIE STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION.
Loans and discounts.-.'.?*.? ill ifi
t lOverdrafts, unsecured...-...? .?r.......-..
iMortgage on improved city real estate....... Si'.ii J*
ollBondl, securltles. etc. owned, includlng premium on same. 72.43o .5
0(: Banklng house and lot.--????*. ???""" ""
- Other real estate owned.........????'?.?--..?...-.-???.? . l vj.fi ,,
Exchanges and checks for next da-Zs clearlngs....................... *'??' *?*
Duo from national banks...-r...........?..f. I'oei in
Paper currency .?.V. 'iloa
Fractlonal paper currency. nlckels and cents......... -.?............? ?4 sv
Gold coln.-?'-????.-,.,....._..... so 00
Silver coln.? ?- ~bJ ??
Capital stock pald in.$ ?00,000 00
Surplus fund. I'AOOO 00
Undivided proflts, less amount pnid for interest, expenses and taxes, lo.lli 31
Dlvldends unpaid. 193 ?0
Indlvldual deposits.$1,289,009 3S
Demand certlficates of deposit.... ll.CSo 34
Certlfled checks .-. 35,737 52
Interest reserve .?. 28,00J 00
Total.______ * ' ? ' $1>729'742 55
I, James M. Ball, Cashier, do solemnly swear that the above is a truo stato
ment of the financial condition of the Bank of Rlchmond, located at Rlchmond,
in the counties of Henrico and Chesterfleld, State of Virginia, at the close ot
business on the lst day of September, 1910, to the best of my knowledge and
bellef. JAMES M. BALL,
J. Z. MORRIS,
H. SELDON TAYLOR,
, H. THEO. ELLYSON,
JOHN W. GORDON,
State of Virglnia, City of Richmond:
Sworn to and subseribed fcefore me by James M. Ball. Cashier, thls 3d dav
of September, 1910. GEORGE W. "tt'YATT,
My commission expires April 5, 1913.
"? REPORT OF THE CONDITlON OP THE ~
American National Bank.
AT RICHMOND, IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
SEPTEMBER 1, 1910.
Loans and discounts.$3,301,921 99
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 1,732 23
United States bonds to secure clrculatlon. 275*000 DO
Unlted States bonds to secure Unlted States deposits. ... 10o',000 00
Premiurns on United States bonds......'.'._ 11,'873 33
Bonds, securltles, etc-.. 301,513 92
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.,.. 198,045 05
Due froni natlonal bunks (not reserve agents).$ 74,317 27
Due from State and private banks and bankers, trust
companies and savings "oanks. 125,956 48
Due from approved reserve agents.....-. 273,840 54
Checks and other cash Items. 12,717 78
Exchanges for clearlng house-. 79,416 12
Notes of other national banks.i. 7,500 00
Fractional paper currency, nlckels and cents. 1,044 72
Lawful money reserve in bank, viz.:
Specle . 71,455 41
Legal tender notes. 2,100 00
-? 64S.348 31
Redemption fund with United States Treasurer (5 per cent. of cir
citliitioti) .?????. 13,750 00
Duo from United States Treasurer. ,li000 ol)
Total .;? ? ? ?.?4,8511,187'sa
Capital stock pald in..\.$ 500,000 00
Surplus fund. ..,,... 250.DOO 00
Undtvldod proflts, less expenses and taxes pald. 75,455 99
Natlonal bank notes outstanding. 275,000 00
Due to other natlonal banks.i.$ 353,935 24
Due to Stato and private banks and bankers. 557,307 80
Due to approved rescrvo agents.^. 7,411 62
Indlvldual deposits subject to check.... 2,363,447 86
Demand certlficates of deposit.. 23.7SO 14
Time certltlcates of deposit. 6,000 00
Certlfled checks .?.i. -l? Z_- S1
Cashler's checks outstanding.... 2,553 16
United States deposits.!. 8I'2:5i 5S
Deposits of United States dlsburslng ol.eern.. 12, > i 8 47
- 3,136,227 63
Bonds borrowed . 84,000 00
Notea and bllls redlscounted.i. 200,504 21
BUls payablo, Includlng certlncates of deposit for money borrowed. 35,000 00
Llab'lities other than those stated.?? ? Nono.
Total.?.? ? .,H8Sa,18T 88
Stuto of Virglnia, City ot Rlchmond, ss:
I, O. B, Hlll, Cashier of the above named Imnlt, do solmenly swear that tho
above .tatoment ls truo to tho best of my knowledge and bdlwf.
0. li. IULL, Cashier.
H. XV. KOUN.TREE,
R. 11. IIAUWOOD,
WILUAM C. CAMP,
Subsorlbed and aworn to boforo mo thla 3d day of September. 1010.
STAx1 lrORD 11, l A'llvKR,
Mjr, cony?lsa.lon e.xplres Jtinuary. Jj8, 10U.
uaed for omnufacturlnpr purposcs, for
stores nnd for residences. Cnptaln Bar?
row has omploynd ali of the car
penters and builders he now noeds, but
as soon ns tho sawmllls and tho brick
yarda can get to work there wlll bo
a large demand hero for tho servlces
of buIJdcra and mochanics of all klnds.
Every onu of the lot buyers of tho
past weok exjpressos an lntentlon to
bulld at once or Just ns soon as tho
building materlal can be gottcn In
P There can bo no doubt of tho fact
thnt Alborta ls to bo a cor.siderabip
town, and that at no distant day.
The Union Bank of Richmond,
Tn-ATFD AT RICHMOND, W THE
Loans and discounts... $l,608.m 61
Bonds, securltles, etc,
owned. including pre- 53 09
mlum on same. ,/000 00
Safety vault . ' 7 4g
Other cash items......----- 30Q g0
Due from national banns.. ",go2 Q()
Fractlonal paper currency.
nickels and cents. 21Q nQ
Gold coln.". 12 00
Sllver coln. ??
Capital stock pald ln...e.g$ 219.760 00
Undtvided proflts, less
amount pald for Interest,
expensos and taxes...... 412,6.9 44
lndlvldual , deposlts, sixty
days' notice.....--------- l.-4-.o-b -i
Time certlflcates of deposlt,
sixty days' notlce. 1|'||| $2
Certlfled checks ..-? ?????? 6,939 J9
All othor Items of liablllty,
In.lr._t on deposlts ln ad- oQ
I Gcorco XV. Call, Cashier, do sol
emnly swear that the above H a true
statement of tho tlnanclal condltion ot
tne Unlon Bank of Richmond located
at Richmond, ln the county of Henrico,
St-t* of Virginia, at the close of bus?
lness" on tho lst day of September, 1910,
to tha best of my knowledge and be
,v?f GEORGE W. CALL.
J. B. BEASLET,
T. WILLIAM PEMBERTON'.
State of Vlrglnla, Clty of Richmond:
Sworn to and subacribed beforo me
by George W. Call. Cashler, thls 3d day
of September, 1910.
AUBIN K. PARKER,
My commlssion expires August 1,
National State and City Bank
AT RICHMOND, IN TIIE STATE OF
VIRGINIA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUS?
INESS SEPTEMBER 1, 1910.
Loans and discounts.$4,550,811 20
Ovordrafts, securod and un- ,, ..
socurod . 0.730 62
U. S, bonda to secure olr- ?> '
culation . 280,000 30.
U. S. bonds to secure U. 8. ? ,.?, ..
deposits . 1.000 00
Other bonds to securo U. S.
U. 8. bonda on hand. None.
Premlums on U. 8. bonds... None.
Bonds, securltle)', etc. 151,816 00
Ilnnklng houso, furnlture
and ftxtures. 150,000 00
Other real estuto owned... 4,500 05
Duo from natlonal banks
(not reserve agents). 96,670 11
Duo from Stato banks and
bankers . 153,388 71
Due from approved reserve
agonta. 236.462 7$
Checks and othor cash
ltoms . 2,597 10
Exchanges for clearlng
house . 106,294 94
Notes of other natlonal
banks . 18,600 00
Fractlonal paper currency,
nlckels and cents. 1,170 00
Lawful money reserve ln
Speclo .$ 37,797 00
Legal t e n d e r
notes ..._. 297,111 00
- 334,903 0J
Rodemptlon fund wlth U. S.
Treasurer (6 per cent. of
clrculatlon) . 11,500 00
Due from U. 3. Treasurer
other than 5 per cent. re
demptlon fund. 5,000 00
Total .?ii,fMio,:w? 40
Capital stock paid ln.$1,000,000 00
Surplus fund. 600,000 00
Undlvtded proflts, less> ex?
penses and taxes pald... 22,128 66"
Natlonal bank notes out
Standlng. 230,000 00
Duo to othor v.
na t ional
banks .$ 170,657 95
Duo to Stato
b a n ks and
bankers .... 246,273 90
Due to trust
c o m p a nles
banks . ' 40,465 12
Duo to ap
p r o ved re?
serve agents, 71,870 46
pald . 577 00
Ject to check 3,234,206 37
icates of de?
posit . 238,914 4S
T 1 mo certlfi?
cates of de?
Certilled checks 39,447 36
standlng - 925 11
U. S. deposits.. 1,000 00
??- 4,044,337 74
Deposits of U. S. dlsbursing
offlcers . None.
Bonds borrowed. None.
Notes and bllls rediscount
Bllls payabl., itxcludlng
certlficates of deposit
for money borrowed. 100,000 00
Reserved for taxes. 8.S82 96
Llabllltles other than those
Unearned discount. 55,000 00
T?tal .9ft\0?0,_48 40
Stato of Virglnia, City of Ric_mond, ss:
I, Julien H. Hlll, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
tho above statement ls true to the best
of my knowledge and bellef.
:- ? JULIEN H. HILL
J. M. FOURQUREAN,
, STEWART M. WOODWARD,
JOHN S. ELLETT.
JAMES H. ANDERSON,
WILLIAM H. PALMER.
...?Uo^cjlbed ?nnd 8W?m to before me
this 3d day of September, 1910
J. L. DE TREVILLE,
Auction feales-.^f uture 29a_-s;
By The Valentine Auction Co.
618 E. Broad Street.
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF WALL
PAPER, MOULDING, OFFICE AND
STORE FIXTURES, TOOLS, GLUE
AND OTHER SUPPLIES OF J. PER
CY WLASH, BANKRUPT, AT 107 E
MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, VA.'
ALSO THE LEASE AT $15 PER
MONTH THROUGH AUGUST 31, 1911.
As recelver of tho Unlted States Dla?
trlct Court for the Eastern Dlstrict of
Virglnia, ln the mattor of sald bank?
rupt, under order entered on August'
26, 1910, I will offer for sale the above
montloned stock ot' Wall Paper. Mould
ing, Offlce and Store Fixtures, Tools,
Supplies and Lease, on
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 7, 191* *
at 11 o'clock A. M? on the premlses,
No. 107 East Maln Street, Rlchmond,
Va. WUI offer as a whole or ln lots
_R. R. FLORANCE, Re_olver. '
'Phono 7S1C, Madlson.
914 E. Broad Street,
Mayo Salvage Co.,
WARDROBES, SIDEBOARDS. CHAM?
BER SUITS, WALL CASES, STEEL
RANGES. S H O XV C A S E S, NEW
TRUNKS, GAS RANGES. CELLAR
ETTE. BOOKCASE, CHINA CLOSET
AT AUCTION, 914 E. BROAD ST.,
TUESDAY, SEPT. 6TH, 10:30 A. M.
Ono Oak and 2 Mahogany Wardrobes,
Oak and Walnut Chamber Sults, 4 Oak
Sldoboards, ri-foot Glass Door Oak
Wall Case, Steel Range, 3 Showcases,
30 new Trunks, 6 Gas Ranges, 5 Cook
Stoves, Wnlnut Cellarette, Oak Book
caso and China Closet, Chairs, Rockers,
Iron Beds, Dress Fortns and lot of ar?
ticles too numerous to mention.
MAYO SALVAGE CO..
Thls stock ls open for inspectlon
Monday,' September 5th,
&eal ?-tatc for Eent
4 West Cary Street,
ten rooms, bath. See thls for a do
tslrtiblo, well located home.
240a Stuart Avonue, 9 rooms, hot wa.
308 North Meadow Streot, 6 rooms.
2407 Konslngton Avenue, 6 roNms,
hot wator heat, .
2210 Stuart Avenue, 6 rooms.
2101 Floyd Avenuo. 6 rooms.
2 S. Strawberry, 9 rooms, bath.
1315 W. Cary. 6 rooms, bath.
211.7 Pleasant Streot, ? rooms.
105 N. Fourth Stroet, llut. 7 rooms,
2319 Hanovor Street. flat, 5 rooms.
Call 'for our ueiv Rent List,
BLANTON iSa CO.
The Confederate Museura
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
OPEN 9 A. M. TO BP.M,
gtittton &alti iHonUap.
iSCuctfon ^feale_ itlonbap.
je^rf t?/j. //j /p*// /^v^ y<??r r/w*
TEN ROOMS FULL.
ON MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER BTH, AT 10:30,
WE SHALL SELL AT PUBLJC AUCTION THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THE
RESIDENCE, 710 EAST MARSHAJLL STREET.
FULL? 600 DIFFERENT PIECES OF ASSORTED FURNITURE AND EXCBL.
LENT HOUSEHOLD GOODS. ALL MUST BE SOLD.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED; IT'S HERE.
SEE THE FULL ASSORTMENT.
OTHERS GET BARGAINS. WHY NOT YOU?
MONEY 18 NEEDED. GOODS MUST GO,
REMEMBER THE TIME. PLACE AND DATE.
TO-MORROW MORNING, AT 10:80. . _
710 East Marshall Street,
BELOW 13 ONLY A PART LIST OF GOODS, ETC, TO BE SOLD:
One Elegant Fine Upholstered Parlor
' Ono Beautlful Centre Table.
Several Pictures, large and small,
Handsome Oak Badroom Chairs.
A few Dinlng Chairs and Rookors.
Two Good Morrls Chairs.
One Good Leather Couch.
One Solid Oak Chlna Closet (almost
Flvo Beautlful Oak Bodroom Suits.
Chairs and Rockers to matoh. ,
Good Kitchen Cablnet.
Kitchen Utenslls of all klnds.
One Elegant Coal Range.
Odd Dressers and Stands.
One Good Rofrigerator (new).
Beautlful Mahogany Chalr and
One Fine Davenport (new).
Several Polish Oak Dinlng Table..
A few Beautlful Brass Beds,
Springs and Mattresses.
Six Heavy Plate Mirrora. v
One Beautlful Parlor Cablnet.
Felt, Flbro and Cotton Mattresaei.
Fully twenty-odd Rugs.
Several large Carpetg.
Two Oak Hall Racks.
Enameled Beds, wlth or -wlthout
springs and mattross.
Jardlnleres and Pedestals.
Several Odd Chairs (somo-new).
Two Elegant Wardrobe..
A fow Stair Carpots.
And lots more Housefurniahlngs too numorous to mentlon.
WE EXPECT YOU TO ATTEND THIS SALE. WE SELIvRAIN OR__H_NE.
A LITTLE MONEY GOES FAR HEBE.
THE RICHMOND AUCTION COMPANY,
No. 2 EAST BROAD STREET, GENERAL AtTCTIONEERS.
A, P. CLARY. For lnformatlon J. J. HERZOG,
Manager. 'Phone Monroo 2883. Auotlone.r.
Suctfon _3>a!e_, JTuturc iBapa, _luctfau ftales, Jfuture 30a_?s_
By McVelgh & Glinn,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE
Otterburn Springs Hotel,
Eight Detached Cottages,
Household Furniture and
Fifty (50) Acres of Land
SITUATED ONE MILE FROM AMELLY COURTHOUSE, VA.
In pursuanoe of a decree of the Circuit Court of Amelia county,
entered on the flrst day of Aprll, 1910, in the sult styled "Wrlght's Ad.
mlnlstrators vs. Otterburn Springs Hotel and Land Company et al..."
we wlll sell in front of the courthouse at Amelia, Va., on
THURSDAY. OCTOBFR 6. 1910, AT 12:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
all tho property, personal and real, and all rlghts and franchlses of the
Otterburn Springs Hotol and Land Company.
The lmprovements conslst of a largo framo hotel building of about
42 rooms. a good slze dinlng room and kitchen, wlth plenty ot i?rches
around tho hotel building. There are also two double cottages and slx
single room cottages. frontlng on the lawn ln frpnt of the hotel. The
hotel and cottages are all partly furnished.
The tract of land contalns about flfty (50) acres, ls on the main
county road leadlng to Amelia Courthouse, whlch ls one mlle from the
PFopecty._. _ ? ?""' .'? ? *--.i'ilT ,.,'.,., ,,., ?? i."r>i>i>i'ii <
? - -Wlth -a-.few .repalrs thls ptoperty ,-,c_n be put-ln-good shape and
operied to tho publlc as a nearby sumrner resort or as a prlvate sanl
tarlum. The llthla water from tho Otterburn Springs, the use of whlch
passe3 wlth this property, is well known and Justly celebrated for Its
flno medlcinal propertlesy*
The personal property and the real estate wlll bo offered separately
and afterwards offered as a whole. and the highest bld, whlch gives tho
best results, wlll be reported to the court.
TERMS: One-third cash, and the balance in ono and two years, de
ferred payments to be evidenced by notes, carrylng Inteartst from date
of sale, tltle to ">o retalned by the court untll all the pureha.se money
ls pald, or the purchaser may bo permltted, lf he so deslres, to pay ln
cash all of the purchaso money, or any part thereof V? excess of one
third, but ln any event, he shall bo requlred to keep the buildings ln
sured ln some responslble lnsurance company for a sum of not less
than $1,000 for the protection of the note holders.
L. S. EPPS.
McVEIGH & GLINN, Auctloneers.
VIRGINIA.?In Amelia Circuit Court clerk's offlce, July 4. 1910:
I, S. L. Farrar, clerk of the Circuit Court of Amelia county. do here
bv certlfy that tho bond requlred of Walter Sydnor and L. S. Epps, com
rrilssloners in the suit of Wrlght's Adminlstrator.s vs. Otterburn Springs
Hotel and Land Company has been executed wlth approved securlty.
S. L. FARRAR, Clerk.
Tho lnventory of the furniture, etc., can bo seen ln the offlce of the
auctioneers, whero engagoments can also be'made to see tho property.
By Tho Valentine Auctlon Co.,
Auction Sale of Furniture and
Fixtures of the
Lakeside Country Club
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH, AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
By order of the board of governors, wo wlll sell at tho Lakeside
Country Club, all of the furnlture and furnl-hings used ln the club
building, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH, commenclng at 11 o'clock,
conslstlng of line Uprlght Walnut Case "Klmball" Piano; Rattan Rock?
ers,' Chairs and Settees: Rattan Tables, Rattan Couch, Rattan Dresslng
Stand, 50 Vlenna Chairs, 24 Arra Chairs. 4 handsome Wool Smyrna
Druggets, 9x12; Oak Llbrary and Readlng Tables, hands'omo Japanese
Vases, large number of handsome Etchlnga, Engravlngs and Oid Prlnts.
several Oak Bookcases, Oak Sldeboard, Oak Dinlng Table. 12 Hardwood
Dinlng Chairs, fine Mlrror Front Porcelaln Uned Refrlgerator, large lot
of Crockery, Glassware, Table Cutlery, etc, Fltz Lee Cooking Range,
Kitchen Tables, Cook Vessols, etc, Comblnatlon Loek Iron Safe, large
number of miscellanoous Tables, Chairs and Sotteas for porches nnd
lawns; about 125 lndlvldual Lockers, wlth wood and' glass front doors;
large number Tr.ble Lamps, Swinglng Lamps, Braoket Lamps, Lawn
Sale posltlvo, raln or shlno. Take Lakeside cars at Flrst and Broad
at 10 o'clock A, M.. or Richmond antl Chesapeake Bay Line, Laurel and
Broad, 9:10 A. M., to Lakeside Park.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO., Auctfoneers.
By The Valentine Auctlon Co.,
PARLOR FURNITURE, BRIC-A-BUAC. VASES, FRENCH CLOCK,
DINING ROOM FURNITURE. WALNUT BED ROOM SUIT,
IRON BEDS, WALNUT CHEFRABE, MAHOGANY
DRKSSER, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
ETC. AT AUCTION.
At the dlrectlon of Mr. James Whlttet, who ia decllnlng housekeep?
lng, wo will sell at his resldence, N6, 21 South Boech (or Harrlson) S_,
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH,
fihatr. Walnut Sldeboard. Dinlng "Room JrMotures, vtundaome Oak Hall
MlsBloil lturnt Wood Umbrella IlobU-r, csood Refrlger.itor. Crockery and
Glassware. Clark jowqI Gas Range, Flat Top oak P<'slt- noubl. ontl ?
SIurIo Iron Beds; Il.ilr Mftttvossoa, Walnut B.droom Sult, Hne Walnut
Ohefrabo, WahQ_any Dre'Mer, Eedrooni Chalra and itocKers, Tollet beta
and other artlcles ot furnlture. etc
Sale posltlve- rain or sltlne. Ladles ospeolally Invited to attend.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.