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Notwithstanding Floods and Sea
Disasters, Business Outlook
Is Good in Dixie. I
Chattanooga, Tonn., April .7.?The
Tradesman In Its to-day's Issue says:
"Tho conclusion ot lltla weck finds n
rapid readjustment of losses from
Jlood nnd wreck. The tonnes from the
sinking of the Titanic are said i"
amount I" large ItguiN i in Hartford,
Conn., insurance compunlea. The losses
6y llooil In the Mlsaleatppi Valley are
/laced at $100,000,000, yet such Is the
general prosperity ?.t the country that
the money centres do not show a trem?
or. Slowness In collections Is report-1
ed from tin- eotton districts, as might
be expected while the price of cotton
>..is Increased In vlev the smaller
area to be planted thin year. With
the usual rains of th.- season, a large
srea of the recentlj submerged land
will l,e long in drying out. This will
make It too late in some cases for cot
ton. General business la growing in
the South at n greater rate than trans?
portation facilities, shortages will
grow in seriousness o:id crop move?
ments may be delayed, still there is
room for much confidence In the out?
Among the new enterprises reported
to the Tradesman foi t. ? Week are the
In \ Irzlnln.
Alexandria ? $00,.< or>.?!l ruction com?
pany; $100,000 truck company; $30,000
Kmporla?$25.000 Ice nnd lefrlgern
Norfolk ? $50,000 hotel company; $15.
000 automobile company.
Purcellvllle?$25,000 light and pow?
Portsmouth?$50.00p land company.
I Qulcksburg??-\>, ooo development
and dealers of salt.
Roanoke?$50o.ooo construction rom.l
South Mill?$10,000 water company.
Suff.dk?$15,000 drun company.
sta union?$25,000 theatre company;
$10,000 motor company.
In Weal Virginia.
Clarksburg?$10,000 amusement com?
Charleston?5250,000 til ano gssi
Wcston?$30.1100 gas company.
In North Carolina.
Ahoski (It. 1>. Unlon)r--$125,Opo dc
Ashevllle?$23,000 construction com?
Brevard- ? Amusement < ompany.
Concord?$10,000 telephone .ompany.
Charlotte?$23,000 brick plant.
EllerbCO?$20,000 bank. I
High Point?$60,000 veneer and panel
company. $26,000 amusement company,
Henderson?$50,000 cotton llbre and
Klnaton?$2.'.,000 Kalli >ad company. 1
Mebunc?$26,000 drug company.
Selma?$10,000 development com?
SoUthp?rt?$100,000 lumber company.
MONKY LOOKING SOUTIIWAKI?.
'New I'lnauclal Concern llelng Organized In
litllllinore lo Aid southern f>.?>.-i..i.at.
The organization <>< (He Equitable Mort
' gage and Tia?t Company fo proceeding rap
1 ld:y, and Oy 1st* summer or early In the fall
I it win begin t?u?lneM, a* the mock subtcrlp
Ilona must be ull paid by August, the first
1 payment thereon fal'.lni; due next month,
i Ta:.? new Baltimore enterprise, which will
'conduct buslne?? principally In the South1
???nd South-vest, um io?n money on mort
MS"' upon Improved property In eitle? of
not let* than ?''.000 population, and when a
sufficient Hmoutit bris thus been plac-d wi.l
Issue its bonds against the mortgages and
sell the securities to Investor? Tie com?
pany win arork in co-operation with the
United .State? Fidelity and Guaranty Com?
pany, whose agent* will first paff? upon the
mortgages and offer them to their com?
pany, which, after It ha? Investigated and
found them satisfactory. wl!l guarantee
them 9tid turn them over to the trust com?
pany, which will lend tho money. Thu? the
bonds w|l! be a personal obligation of the
trust compshy, guarantee.! by another com?
pany, and lastly leeurcd by mortgage upon
the i cat estate pledged. Thin will be the
principal business of the new concern, but
It v.ill also conduct banking and other ilna:i
elnl operation! 61 a trust company, except?
ing that it will not handle estates.
I'LilNMXti STI.KI. ADVANCES.
Pittsburgh, Pa.. April 87?There Ii evident?
ly a definite program among steel produi -
era which Is likely to place plates nnd
shapes at 1.30 cents by May 1. representing
advances from ihe lowest prices of last tCo
veirtber of about H a ton on plnies and
shapi i. The advances are being niadu by
Individual mills ut Intervals. No busine?!
I* being checked by the advance!, ni no
new business of consequence was being
offered, while on the) other hand specifi?
cation.'! >n old contracts are stimulated.
These contracts, as a iclc, expire July L A
feature of the liar nd\am<- is that agricul?
tural Implement maker* are being covered
for various period* after July 10. iibou;
-/".(??i tons of such business having been
closed In the. past ten days.
The ?teel industry I* operating at fully
90 pi r cent, of capacity, und 1? assured of
a continuance of this rat;- un'll July or
August, by th<- (pec|ficatlons on contmets
which name June 30 as the latest date for
?pecll'ylhff. When those ?peelflcatlon? are
cleaned up there- would probably be a lull,
ut new contracts would Involve consider?
ably higher prices, but assurances are given
In the most confident manner by those win
should know that there will be. an !mp->r
tmt buying movement by railroads before
that time, which will easily carry full
operations of Ihe stto'-l mills past the >.'-.
veniber election, which is possibly thi par?
ticiliar oh.'eci sought In certain o,-J?rtert.
And for everybody, young and old, rich or poor as long as these complimentary sets lasts vou ca
get one oi them on terms mutinied below. Yoii should compare
with the large, unhandy, EXPENSIVE sets which arc sold only on the installment plan, on account
01 tiieir high pru es. ( ompanson will prove to you that vou should have THE TIMES-DISP \TCH
cyclopedia, even though you have another set now.
Should tomph with the terms explained in
the coupon printed on another page, and the
set. will be rent express charges collect.
Clipped from THE TIM ES-DISPATCH and
only the necessary promotion and expense items
of distribution until this complimentary edition
is exhausted, amounting to a total of SI.9S (as
explained under the Educational coupon printed
daily on another page).
For the COMPLETE SET OF FIVE VOLUMES, comprising Historv, Biographv, Astron?
omy, Electricity and the last word in all Science and Art.
riuccd) does not half portray the beautv and elegance of this useful
ions in Color and Monotone, Text Cuts and Colored Charts
gress of the world at a glance. GET IT TO-DAY.
OF LEAF II
Bulk of Last Year's Crop Has
Been Sold?Market Some?
The loaf tobacco buyers of Virginia'
and North Carolina lmi.kcls are be?
ginning to realize that there is com?
paratively little left of the tobacco
crop of It'll yet to be marketed. Tho
receipt." of the raw leaf on tho various
markets are Browing less and less
every week, it Is estimated by some of
the close observers of general condi?
tions that not more than 16 per cent.'
Of last year's crop now remains In
the hands of the growers. Home think
The offerings for the past week In
most of the markets wer- oi the better
grades, for the farmers have not yet
gotten out of the old-time habit of
holding their best for the last. In the
blight markets some of the "best" of?
ferings commanded almost fancy
prices. In the dark markets, however,
there was an unaccountable slackness
in bidding, even on the better grades..
in Richmond about 500,000 pounds
of dark goods, mostly sun-cured, were
sold. The offerings consisted (speak?
ing of sun-curcdi of good tillers in
the main, with a large sprinkling of
rich wrappcns, and yet the market was
dull, und sellers were lathor disap?
pointed! at the prices. Tho top notch for
very good wrappers was $2."> per hun?
dred. Fillers, even of the rich and
' waxy kind, were considerably off. The
warehousemen arc unable to explain
the state of affairs, anil the buyers
j won't do It. even if they know how. j
The package dealers had rather slow,
business the past w.-.k The fuel Is!
I that the package dealers have hut'
! very little more lo do. An Investlga
! tlon shows that there In less old to?
bacco In the storage houses in Rich
inand tiian has been known at this time
of the year for a decade past. Thej
package men arc nearer sold out than
at any time within the period named.
Uy the. first of June there will prob-;
ably not be a hogshead of old stock
to be had In Richmond. At least that
is the information as I gather It from I
the warehousemen, the package deal-)
I ers and the storage men.
The loose leaf warehousemen look
I for smaller offerings this week. The
farmers have but little more leaf to
market, they are busy with new crops,
and then. loo. they ate a little ills-!
gusted at the dullness of the market. |
Lynebburg roheren Market.
I.vnchburg. Va.. April TT.?lohn t>. Ogles
I by. of the Lynchburg Tobacco Warehouse i
Company One.), make* the following re
' port of leaf tobacco told on the I.ynchburg
, Pohl week ending April !*, 330.9*1 pound*;
?old week ending At.nl 1!?. Zl'.b"> pounds:
Increase this week. 11,4(0 j.ounds.
Sold irom September I. 1'.?'.!. to April :S.
10X2, lfi.4Tl.3O0 pound*; .'old from September
1 lilO, to April :-. Mil, I4.ra.000 pounds, in
er.jf. tor 1*12, 1.SI7.4V0 pound*.
Ilecelpt* thl? week were hardly up lo ex?
pectation?. Indicating, that the crop is r.ear
|y all told, and from now on s?te? are ex?
pected to be light. There I* no noticeable
Chang* In prices, and there seems to be no
prospect of any Improvement in the near
future. Quotation* for the week:
I.uss. common (damaged).$ XT-O ."it 4.50
Logs, common (sound). 4.80 ?i 5.M
Lug*, medium.??.K-75 (J
Lug* good. 1.00 V 7.7S
1 Leaf, common. '.0* '? ?.25
Leaf, medium. 7.50 n S..7)
1 f.caf. good.S.7S 1' I0.5D
Leaf, n.ie. 1100 4i 14.00
Leaf, wrappers. 14.50 ft lS.J'J
South Hosten Tobacco Mnrket.
I South Uoston, Va.. April 27.?Twenty and
a quarter million pounds of leaf tobacco
j have been sold on the South tloaton market
to date a; an average of II.?:. and from
I present prospects this market bids fair to J
I sell 25.0011.(00 pounds of the weed next sea
I son. The tobacco people and planter*, ate
I \ery much encouraged at the abov.. figure*.
,-nieh far exceeded their expectations, fo.
thl* fiscal !c?r.
The market was never in better shape
for handling the weed, and each reason the
warehouses and factories arc enlarged,
which shows thut the business is steadily
I on the Increase. The facilities for handling
?af tobacco were never in belter shape.
nnnvllle Tolmcro Heporl.
Danville. "-?.. April IT.?For several day* I
of the early part of the week the sales of!
tobacco on the warehouse floors were fairly
large, lasting until about noon. A good i
proportion of the s'.o/k sold was received ?
by rail. The character of tho tobacco being
sold is about the same as has been selling
for the pact month, with now and then j
I some good to fine tobacco-, hut common ar.d
! medium grades pre dominate.
; Fine tobaccos and anything with good !
color command* as high prices as ha\e|
i prevailed nt any lime during the season. I
; while the common und medium grades may j
. be said to be somewhat kns in demand, if]
i not enslsr In price.
I Farmer* arc very busy making prepara
j Hons for planting, and while the season Is
rather late, still prospects ecem good for :
j putting In a full crop.
j Tradlns In redrled tobaccos continue* dull !
FREIGHT KATES NARROW.
! Interesting Figures showing Relation of
flutes and Wage* to Cost of Living.
' The effect of wages upon freight rate*
j and Indirectly upon the cost of living U
? available in the report of any of the lead
I Ing railroad systems of the country, "la
I view of the demand], of the locomotive en
? glnecrs tor higher wages these figures are
tntereatlng," rav* the Ohio State Journal.
; t'slns the report of the Pennsylvania Rail
j r>.ad Company as n basis because- It 1*
! shown, to be a large carrier of provisions,
: It appears that tlie average yearly earnings
! of all Its locomotive driver* |n 1911 wer?
I IL5IC, as compared with 51.11.*? In 13S0, or a
j gain of CO per cent. Where a driver acts
as a fireman as weil he gets $1.711 a year,
j as compared with 11,110 lu ISM, nu Increase
[of .".I p< r cent. The report wf the Pennsyl
I vanl i shows that It paid out to its cm
! ployes In 1011 about 11 per cent, of Its gross
J receipts, as compared with 41 per rent, in
Ijfi0(\ The average freight rate of the Penn
, sylvanla Railroad Is .c-.-isr cents a ton mile,
j Its freight receipts are about 77. per ecu:.
I of its total or gross receipts. livery effort
? that has been made by ihe railroad com
! pany to p'ace its freight revenues on a
I more profitBt>]< basis has been opposed by
the Interstate Commerce Commission With
the result that the rate was not Increased,
ri'he ii vcm go commercial freight rate of
the government operated Panama R lllroad
I? (lightly over 7 cents per Ion mile. The
rate charged the Isthmian Canal Commis?
sion Is - cents per ten mile.
DANVILLE'S COTTON MILLS.
Plans for Bs tensive Enlargement Not Vet
Made?Alread) Largest Plant in South.
President Kchoollteld, ?>'. the. Riverside, and
Han lllver <-..t:on Mil)*, nt Danville^ modi?
fies Ihe iepo-1 that bis company will in?
vest ?i.?oo.OfO Immediately for Improvement*
and enlargements. He say*:
"Our company Is thinking of a plan to
build another mill, hut we have no; y. t
reached a definite con.-luston. nor have >vc
"At one of our RlvePrlde milts we have
about 414 wide looms of an old sty'..- whl< h
wo have decided to tnke out and fill I
space with modern nulomutlc. looms. There
will bo about S00 of the automatic looms,
tnd. In order to support these, we require,
nhout 10,000 additional spindles and about
70 or 7.i additional cards, together witII
other appurtenances. The entire Improve?
ment, Including the cost of a email addi?
tion to mill No. I, Riverside division, will
be nhout ?:.M>,(s?."
As they now stand the Riverside .and i??n
lllver Cotton Mills is the largest cotton
manufacturing plant in the South. . The
capitalisation 1* r.OCO.OOO, and it* equlpmeul
Includes SJWs? tin;! eiplndit*. T..\S3 loom*,
dyeing and flnlnhlng machinery, ctr. w*ter.
??earn and electricity aro used for power,
and mom than 4.0CO operative* are employed.
?| lie product I? cheviot*, chirtlrig?, denim*,
Ill St.vr.ss AM) POLITICS.
A .National Farmer** Committee Working
fur Parcels Post System.
The K?rrners' National Committee on Pos- I
tal Reform keeps open headquarters at |
mom $?, Ullas building. V.'ashlngton. D. C. i
This COmmltte* Is making * ??*:?: tcinatlo
Campaign In the Interest of a pare*!* post,
winch It claims all the fanners In the :
country want. This committee. Is now clr- .
culating a pledge, th.> ?Ignera ?r which
promise net to vote for any candidate tdr
Congress who does not publicly define his
ix.slyion on parcel* poM. and ?hose record
dees nut show active support of the farm- j
er?' demand for a "real, genuine parcels '
P'.s; or postal expre*?."
Thk* pledge call* for the slnklnr of Its
Signer* of nil other Issues In that of parcel*
post, and the abandonment In many ..?se:?
of party affiliation*.
tVlmfow-Glaif lioe? Vp,
Now York. April S. ? Window.gloss man
tlfaeturer* of tin country held an Infernal '
conference at the Waldorf-Astoria yester?
day to dlseuiij. the pre-'ent price level*
wlilep arc declared to be vor-. un*atl*fai -
tory. While the conference, being ?? nform
all" took im itniki action, or If it did; has '
v>t nude the name public, it Is pretty
wrii understood that there win he advance*
In the pries of window-glass <-f C? lb a
per cent., possibly SO per cent., to go Into
effect abtut the 1st of July.
Demand for Coke.
Pittsburgh, Pa., April Demand for :
cokn. for contract shipment ..-on'.lnuf a :
?trong, but apot coke Is aiore quiet. Thi
fear that prlcei for i eke will reach a point i
thai may fore,, furnaces, !?? (tispend lieCayae
of contract- at low prices for pig 7ron. Is
evidently having .vn IntlUCOCu upon large '
consumers, who al'jw little disposition to 1
seek coke. Operators ray they do nm want
to curtail consumption of coke., ami tho
conservative clement l< endeavoring to pre?
vent a run away market, price* quoted mi
spot coke. how. v. r. ore from t?.60 to ?.?.?>"..
Some .if (1.30 are said to have
been tnade bit falr-slxed lota for ?hlpmciit j
during the nevi week ?.r ten "Tray*.
The Southern at Raleigh.
ruilrlgh. N". C, April ZT.?Work ha* I
gun under rush orders on the new freight
depot and track, here for the Southern
Railway, Involving a total expenditure of ,
some 110.000, The grading contract requires
the removal of the earth from a space nf
I.V>xl?,o to a depth of nine feet On this will
be erected tho warehouse. ?0x300 fc*t. with
sheds co\erlng lfo feet more, and also five
tracks. The gradlne Is to be done within
Petersburg Tobacco .Market.
Petersburg, Vn., April 21.?Pales of tobacco !
this week were lf.?,0?n pounds, making total
r.ntes 10 date (,111,17$ pounds. Ii i? estimated
that 1.603,000 pound* are yet to be markotcd,
The market . hired strong to-day at tho fol?
Common lugs.1 ;.:,i -a $ 6.r.o |
Oood hiss. 7.0a -? s. .
Short leaf. 7..-.0 o.nn I
Medium shipping leaf. S..-..I n.jol
tlootl shipping leaf. I0.OJ "1 12.50
Short wrapper*. U.w '., 11.00 1
Fine wrappers. ;-..(>) -., 50.00
Intelligent, experience hustler to carry
in Virginia only on commission. We tie- j
sire to open a branch in this St.itc if wc
can conncrt with responsible party.
Jackson Mack Mfg. Co.
119 W. Twenty-third St.,
Largest Petticoat Manufacturers
in the World.
Store Your Furs, Rugs, Winter Cloth?
ing, etc., with the
Phono Monroe 17 JS for rates.
For Mantels, Tile and Fireplace!
523 E. Main Street.
If You Contemplate Making a Chan ft
Home for Your Horses
Phone Madison 5655,
Sales and Boarding,
Meadow and Marshall Streets.
You arc invited to eall and inspect
did rtw stab!is.
j pgmae?1 *aaa?M***ss5aa? sata*HES,a?B?n*
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF)
? MEDICINE ?- v?,da!
j STUART McG?lRJ*,.??:.D., Pre*.
I 19th Seuion Opens Septembor 12th.
j j New building. New equipment.
j Eighty experienced teachira
\ Ezcellsnt clinical facilities.
9 t?odorn laboratory methods.
ft Doicriptivi Catalogue on requeit,
Students tutored n* summer camp on lako
In mountain*, near West Point. N. V. Num?
ber limited. Athletic*, prospeciu?. .V
dresa Principal of High Schoo:, chin
WATCH" it BP \I/:JNU.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CI.KA.N
ed by W.M. TOUILN, JR., I? a guar?
antee that it ? done properly; 20
yeure' experience.' Cleaning;, SI: inalti
springs, $1. las Rast R.-oad Street.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES RKSHARP
encd. J l-2c. each; razors honed, lie.
Work hair tested, Bturllisetl and
guaranteed, thousand initialled. Send
for circular and convenient bludo
mailer. SliARPO CO., B06 Last Main
:o:-:()3 north fouskee street.
The follow-tntr h'iv.- rented storns in th? Arcade Building:
Mrs. M. a. CDonnell, New York Dressmaker.
Mrs. Roy Martin. Manicurist and Hairdresser, from NdW York.
Laaks. Tailoring Co.,
ProTjnsor Wolverton, Chiropodist,
Footer's Dye works
A few more dvslra'ble stores for renL
ORIENTAL! OR DOMESTIC RUG
sli.>uld bo cleaned by KAMBOURIAN. I
: 216 North drat. _ _
GAS, STEEL RANGE. ANY KIND.
HAND, The Expert. Call Monroe
or Monroe i".mt.
STOP. look AND THINK.
JOHN LA TOUCHE. JR., NEW PLACE, '
331 West Main; Monroe 1452. French!
and steam cleaning; ladies' princess
and dresses cleaned. 31.60: plaited'
skirt cleaned. 7Gc; plain. ??e; giovea I
cleaned, any length. 10c per pair;
gent's suit dry cleaned. 60c; French]
cleaned, $1; reduction In t.11 work.
RUBBER BOOTS, OVERSHOES, RAIN
coats, water bags ami other rubber
goods. DREW"a ELECTRIC "RUB?
BER PIN." 716 E. Main St. Phone
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
Furniture repaired, polished and
packed; upholstering, etc. L. N. Ali
NAl.L &. HON. 1?17 IV. llroad. Phone ]
Madison 0^77. _I
IN LINEN AND CRETONNE, FOR BHD
room or parlor. Made to tit. SVI5
NOR & HUNDLEY, INC., seventh and |
Grace. Madison 32U4. _
UP'HO LSl^i 1UN0
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND POL
iBaeu, r.'.at tresses renovated, antle-uea \
bought mid sold. LEVY, tho Uphol- |
stercr. 426 West Broad.
76c. HAl.FSOI.lv MEN'S SHOES. 00c.
ladles; every pair sewer; best leath?
er; no nails, no pegs. Loyal rub?
ber heels. -5c.; Trod-Alr rubber hue In. '
40c: leuther heels rebuilt like tie*. I
26c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE'
FACTORY, 71U E Main. Phono Mon?
OKI i: NT a L RUGS AND CA RPETS.
AN INSPECTION OF MY HIOH-GRADE
collection will no doubt convince you
of my low prices tor tho grade- 1
handle-. Many other goods and nov?
elties on hand. Ony> hosiery for
ladies. A. (JT. i'ARlD, 217 N. Fifth
AUSTRIAN HAND EMBROIDERED
Underwear; now shlppiam of real!
Austrian Lacas, in dollars, UUffs and
yard goods: an exquisite collection!
at low prices; do not fail to see them
J! '-Jj^li.1 D'S, 217 North Fifth Street, j
\V E I> D I n t: GIFTS?LOW-PRICED',"
$3..".o?SUGAR DISH and CREAM]
pitcher; large- size, quadruple plate;
or cut glass.
11.50?FINE QUADRUPLE BREAD
tray, or one-half dozen teaspoons. i
AND IN STERLING GOODS, THE BEST |
values to bo had.
$1.60?STERLING SUGAR SPOONS
Olive forks, cream ladles.
$4.50?HEAVYWEIGHT ONE-HALF. |
do?a,ii sterling teaspoons. SCHAAF'S,
426 East Broad, Sireet._
COFFEE CAKE, IOC. POUND: ME
ranguo pies, lOc. each: cream puffs,
dozen. DRINKARD'S, 423%
North Sixth Street.
WHY BE FITTED BY AN INEXPBRI
enccd Utter whoa you can call m\
the Barclay Corset Shop and be lit ?
tod or hay.- one of our expert cor
setlcrcs call at your home. Corsets
made to your measurements from|
$3.60 up. Satisfaction guarant0<
PVnne Monroe jim. Shop, lu| North I
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Mutual Assurance Society of Vir?
ginia will bo hold at tho office of j
ilie society MONDAY, May 20, 1912.
at 1 o'clock P. M.
EDWIN A. PALMER,
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING I
of tho stockholders of the Baughman|
Stationery Company will be held
the office of company. 13JJ Westl
Uroad Street. Richmond, Va.. WED-1
NESDAY*, May S. 1912, at noon.
J AS. S. FRANCIS
:ii:ok\\ irci"i!.Li;.;i: oi-'vikgin ia. - I
At tho annual meeting of tho Board]
Of Visitors of ibis Institution, to be
held on MAY js. 1012, there will bei
elected a professor ol diseases
the eye and ear and n professor
obstetrics and diseases of tho puer?
peral stale, which vacancies were
created by the deaths of Drs. John 1
P. Davidson and Daniel J. Colohian, I
respectively. ? e.
Applications for these cnairs, wlthj
testimonials, to be forwarded t.
CHRISTOPHER TOMPKINS, M. D.
Dean. Richmond, Va.
THOS. ii. BARNES, M. D.,
President Hoard Of Visitors.
J. R. McCAULEY, Secretary.
FOi: CORRECT STYL12S in Mll.i.iN-j
cry you must see my display of trim?
med hats and untrlmmed shapes; also
my 1'ncof roody-mado garments for!
ladles and children. U'o are now;
giving special prb.-s on all Piles.
Alterations free. MLS. JULIUa
BEAR. II22 E. Main Street,_I
ANNOUNCEMENT TO M V OUT-pF
towii friends and customers: Please
rcmombor my new lo-.ition. 528 East
Uroad Street, opposite Miller K
Rhoads: a large lot of styllsn hats
on hand, and fresh lots arriving
every da v. You will find h."v the
most" sensible and practical ban
in the city, ami at the lowest DrlCcS. |
i have now a larger and bot lue sjtoro
I nd carry 0 larger stock, but Bell i't.
ti ? sum.- ?.hl low prices Don'] for?
get tho new- location. 528 East Bread
Street (near Sixth Street). Cham
LEE'S MILLINERY, Mrs. L Brtrnett,
Proprietor. _ _J_
WEli?VEJUST RECEIVED A i.\ll.ii:!
shipmeni oT the very latest summer]
hats. PrlcOS I?W. All siniiig iiata
at cos;. CLARK'S MILLINERY", 217 i
Codi iino LliooS
- ?- . -? -^-v-..i
Wi,'l?ri AT REDUCED PRICES. TO
move 150 .ords gt once wo offer
slab and kindling at $L60 oer half
cord. Dry oak at $3 half-cord. Full
measure; prompt service. Order, to
rtay. MIDLOTHIAN WOOD COM?
PANY. Phone Madison 3516. _
IK vor BURN WOOD JUST CONSULT
headquarters over phone or get on
c;lr and come to my office, whero
you can a sample and get de?
livery in 30 minutes !>-? automobile
truck. LONU, THE WOOD MAN. 100?
auction ?aicfj, 9?ou?a?
By "tire ?!>' *''n?dd."'"w~'
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
THOSE TWO I.i >TS OF LAND IN
FAI it FIELD DISTRICT. H ENRICO
COUNTY, VA., ON THE NINE-MILE;
ELECTRIC RA ILROA D,
betne .1 part of lot No, S. on a plat
mad., by Jam s T. Redd and recorded
in llenrico County Court In D. B. 7,
page |4, commencing ?'ii the northeast
corner, running along the avenue In u.
I outhlirly direction HIS ?eet, thence
westwardly '!0 feet, thence northwnrd
ly 165 feet t>> said road, thence east?
ward!;. 60 feel to place of beginning.
Part of lot No. In the Raker tract,
on Seven Pines electric railroad, com
m -ncing at the northwest corner of
said lot and running in a southerly di?
rection iii". feet, thence enstwardly r>>
feet, thence northwardly ICS feet,
thence along tlio electric railroad west
wardly GO feat to place of beginning,
together with Improvements thereon.
By virtue of a deed o'f trust from li.
P. Rudd to the undersigned trustee,
dated April 1 >'. DM, and recorded in
the clerk's ofllea of the Circuit Court:
? ?l' Ucnrico county, in 11. R. 1SS-A, pago
210, 1 will. ..ii
MONDAY. A PR IT, 20. 1012,
at 12 o'clock at,
offer for sale in front of ehe llenrico
county courthouse the above described
This property Is w. 11 located, con?
venient to cars, and In easy reach of
th> city, and should attract tho atten?
tion of persons seeking such homes, as
well as would be profitable to an in?
JOHN R. GATLE.
N". B.?While the ternvi of the dead
of trust require cash, yet upon appli?
cation to the auctioneer conducting the
sale, more liberal terms may Oic had.
auction fettles, jfuiute 2>ag?
By Geo. E. Crawford & Co.,
832 East Main Street.
FOR SALE lAT AUCTION TO CLOSE
A FARM Ol" 31 ft ACRES, VERY DE?
SIRABLY LOCATED I >N R.. F. & P.
R. R., CLOSE TO GLEN ALLEN.
To close the estate of Jo'nn D. Shcp
pard, deTcenised, we Offer for sale 34%
acres, his late resident ?. located im?
mediately on Ohi R.. F. & P. R. R. and
County Road, mar Glen Allen, and Is
one Of the most attractively located
on the road. Dwelling surrounded by
large shade trees. Barn and othir
buildings. By request of the legatees,
we will sell at auction, on the prem?
SATURDAY. MAY i,
at 3 P. M?
the above describe!) property.
TERMS: Liberal, aou mud' known
on day of sale. ,
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ABOVE
we will sell three now dwellings, with
aix roonta each, and about 2>j acres
of land. This property fronts on botli
ptilila- road and railroad, adjoining the
:: i a eres advertised above.
TERMS: Very liberal, and tnado
known at .sale.
GEO, E. CRAWFORD Ss CO..
four-room lower Hat, June 1, or will
rent bouse with reliable party;
Church Mill preferred. T., Second
_Flat. i: Marshall Street._
WANTED, STEAM-HEATED apart/
mcnt, throe to five rooms; can take
possession May i or later. Address
A 117. care Times-Dispatch._
YOUNO COUPLE WANT FOUR-ROOM
lint by June I. prefer West End. Ad
dre?s W.,*Jjox IPS. City._
WANTED, FLAT nK :: OR 4 ROOMS
and bath; centrally located; not
over SI5 per month. F 635, care
LA D Y 1: M1 Ma i V ED IN OF! ICE "DUR
ing day desires to rent one or two
unfurnished rooms for light house?
keeping. References exchanged. D
oGSi. care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED.~ BY ~SldVEN (I) YOUNG
men permanent room.-, with or with?
out board, In central part of city.
A IjC, care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED. TWO ROOMS, WITH BATH,
for light housekeeping: prefer loca?
tion close in; no children. Address
'? 603, care Times-Dispatch.
MONEY TO LEND.
WHY PAY PAWNBROKERS 120 PER
cent, per annum when the Equitable
l.oan Society will lend vou money
on your watches, diamonds and jew?
elry at 1 io per cent, a month';
Special offices for ladies' coiisultn ?
lion, second Uoor, Eighth and Rroad.
It El IABLK TRANSFER_MILLNfER/S,
302 North Ninth street, hauls trunks
for 25e. Claim checks issued at the
house for your baggage. Two men
on our wagon. We make a special?
ty of moving furniture ami pianos.
Rhone Madison 1445.
iJpcnifi nnB (CIcamiTQ
MATHEWS. Tili: CLEANER' you
are sure to be satisfied If I clean
and press your clothes. Altoring and
repairing a specialty: work done
promptly and called for and deliv?
ered. Also carpets and rugs cleaned
equal to new in l-a W. Main Street.
Phono Madison 4526.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company,
Otflce uf the Treasurer,
Wilmington. N. C, April 22. 1012.
TM E HOARD 1>F DIRECTORS OF THgJ
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com?
pany has declared 2 per cent, 'mer?
est on ili-. cert ideates of indobted
ness of that company, payable at tha
office of the treasurer, at Wllmlnsr
ton, N. O, on and after MAY 1,
1913. The transfer book-, .ire closed
from the :nth day of April. 101Z, to
the 1st day of May.- 1?12. both in?
clusiv?. JAMES F. POST.