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Stock Market
N?w York. .luno 20?Political con
slderattons obtruded themselves to
the exclusion of all other matters
in to-day's sto^k market. New s from
th< cohvbntton * was too conflicting at
the outset to stimulate the profes?
sional element to activity, but later,
when developments pointed to a pos
tdble solution of the more serious
. implications, the list brOiiOened aim
became distinctly stroii".
Anthracite coal shores were again
foremost In th>- upwnrd moveineut,
both Lehlgh \ alley and Heading add
1 . :? ibstaiitiaily to iliotr gains of the
previous day. The strength of these
its was T'opularly attributed to
-. . announcement that titc Interstate
i mmerci Commission docs not Intend
t proceed against the so-called coal
monopoly until the fad. Incidental?
ly, American can, which is known to
l ? t close marke-, relation to the
anthracite shares, continued Its rise
with a giiin of 3 1-t points on Very
l.-irne transactions. United States
. ? also was heavily traded In to a
point well above yesterdays quota
(Ions, and the coppers, as well ns
American smelting. mud e belated
recognition of the new nigh price,
for copper metal. In the final hour, !
v eh prices wore highest, and anima- j
tjon most pronounced, a number of,
mparatlvely inactive Issues came to i
; ii front. Tinse included Rock is-'
land preferred, Louisville and Nash- '
'American sugar -<nu interna-'
harvester. United States run-i
1 pile of the early teat urea or ^
strength, with an advance of - l-Jj
. int! Towards the vnd the mar-i
kct drifted Into dullness, with result-;
nnt recessions from the top. i>ut the i
closing favored the bull account.
There was a fair distribution of i
1 It ?Ith prices ruling firm.
T ital sales, par value. J2.IS5.000. I
n ted Ptates bonds unchanged on1
call. j
" Jtal sales to-day 404.S00 shaves.,
:r,p Amalgamated copper. 27.700;
American can. 33.S0C. Atlantic Coast j
Line. 800; Chesapeake and Ohio, 900;
lisville a.-.d Nashville, 800; Norfolk [
i : Wester.-.. TOO, Reading. 05,200;
Sloss Sheffield steel. 100; Southern
F llway, 1,300; Tennessee copper. G00;*
1'nion Pacaflc, 27.S00; United Stau-s
steel, 6O00.
New Vorlt. .Tune 20.?Close prime
Tn< 'cantile paper, 4^4 1-4 per cent.
Sterling exchange easy, with actual
business in bankers- hill sat SIM.75 I
fbf sixty-day lulls and at sisT.r.o for
demand. Commercial hills. S4S-4. Uax |
i-llvfr. fil 5-8. Mexican dollars, IS. j
Money on call steady; 2 f?-St?3 7-S;.
ruling, 2 3-8: closing ''id 2 5-S; of?
fered at 2 2-1.
Times loans easier; s'x*j; days, 3 per
cent., and ninety day*. ;t*tt 3 1-1; six.
months. 3 :;-4 per cent
HViiMi STOCK HARKET.
By Richard \V. Manry.
Stork .in.: Bond Broki r, 1015 i:. Mini Street.
Richmond. Vs., June 20. 1912.
STATE SECURITIES Bid. Asked.
Virginia ":<i C. mid R . 1932.... s? ...
VS. Centuries, 2-3. C. and lt., 1991 . V, tt
CITY SECURITIES.
filch. City tl. C. and R . 135.5-IJ43. ... 3?'i'
Railroad bonds. ,
A. C L. R R Con Tr. I .p c ... M ...
A. C. L. R. R. Conv. Dobs. la.,.. 1U ... |
?-'. and O. Gen'I M.. ii3?. IMS. lot .
Georgia, sop. und Fla., ;s>;5.104
<J> e rinn and Ala, Cun. Ds, 131',.. .. Mil
-Nerlolk and West. Ry, 4s. U?>5_ 1?
Seaboard Air Line <>. -.ku. t;
heaboard Adjustment .'.?, ist?. f3
Southern Railway 1st :.s. imh. 107
So. ft. Dtv, und G. .v. 4?. :?;. is
Western v. <" i.-t ??. c? 1314.?;
82 It EEt RAILWAY BONDS.
Nor and Ports, Trac. Co. 5s. lay.. ?9
V? Ity. and Power Co. ti, 1034..V. M
STREET RY. STOCKS. Par.
V'a Ry. and Pow-. r Co. pfd.I0i) 3i'?
!\'a. Ry, and Power Co. com....109
RAILROAD STOCKS. pa,,
Atlantn- const Line com.100 Iii
< i i-sap an? ,nd Ohio.:??> 7TU
:xor:oik and Western com.....-.100 BlU
Seaboard Air Lin- pfd.100 64
be aboard Air Lin" com.103 25
c^outhfrn Railway com.iOCi 3?
TANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American National.lOOVjli
U'oad S tree I. jj $o
Bank o: Commerce and Trusts.100 luj
< outra) National Baak.i(.j li*
''.w ? .* :.i Rank.....l.-j
J ??.-'. National.100 3441
'?? hsnl? National.100 \!i
Mechanics and Merchants.loi >i\
-?a;:rna! Bt.nk of Virginia.!W
Rational State and City Bank..:(o2'C
J.. n:ro.-.d Bai.k und Trust Co. 34?4
"av'h|i? t^ns , u; ,Kicnmond.o s3
'?'"'?n Bahk^f. Richmond. m bo
Urglnla Trust Co.10,, iso
?t Ere
La
INSURANCE COMPANIES
Va. Tiro and Marine- Ins. K 7& ... I
mISCELL ANEOUS.
Va .< -ir Chrm p:d. * p c.100 ; if '17
v,,..Cir. chem rum .ioo tsu.
\e.-Car. fhein. 1st Mor:. is. 1923.; 99 ... |
Quotations for interest-paying binds are
t' ? price to vj.lPh Interest nviyt be add-d.
ir ->n-.? bonds and certlfl.atrs ol ladvblea
BOND LIST
Allls-Chalmen :??. li^v1
Ani-.-u?n Tooa.eo Co. old 4a (bid)...... u:,u
American Tobacco i'o o.tl ?.s.:"0V
Atlantic Coast Line 1st 4s."iti,
ant|e <'o..n Llne-L. and N. ts. Ktu
> hetapeake ur.ci ejnia conv. 4uB.... > .'
Lli'Stll .M>.:rs 6k .,." .? '
Loriliard Company U.
Ik and \'.-::-:ii cohv. n fbld)....m'
Seaboard A..- I.m^ stamped 4s. s7Tj
Seaboard Air Line stamped 5s ,t,jd, ?,?;
?- ithern Railway is. ;,4
Southern P.anway u..... lf,-i.
i - S s:ee; }hd c....ZV""
% a -Brown Brothers cf:i.
"v h -Ca i. Chem. is: 5s.
Va. Ry und Power li .;?,.??;!,
Uabssl'. ti>A>. it.
Wtbtin-sPitts. Term, lit i.
li^'
47'
( OTT?N MARKETS.
..-?A Tork, Jun- 20.?A rihewal or yester
- ieiling movemehl caused an .
t/fesk in i.-.., cotton market', but prices ....
ci-.^.-ed practically ah ine loss, as the close
wo: steady, r,-: unchanged id . ; Irlts luw
t: The '.;.-r,.ni was ?t<adj tt u dev.lue of
? Wlp palr-.-.i. a.-.d active positions aold 7 ;j ;o
P'":'- -:??:?: tr.- ?-;?,?:,.< !.*?.>?.<? .,-t
night, tttb.^r '.r, or Iramedlatelly *;t?r iho
?.*... it a r?su.;* of further liquidation and
continued rear pressure. Leiwer eao'rs than
expected and very Uvorabie weather in the
l oa::, > i.c ?,d tb- j.-inng movein-t>< but
as s'.ori hi offerings tor scattering Iours ac?
count hac been ai>sorb?<i tbe mail.': turned
?teadler. Whl.e the talk around the ring
? -Sgei-.ed a n.ore bearish average ol seiui
Ki'r.t snd Increased "-nndence In a favot
tblt July 'our?au. sellers for short account
ou not i;.;.<?t agg.-^salvr. enOugh to lii?
er,?!-' t.-...r ::-f, or. the eeclln? a'ter seat,
te.-lng long , :.4.i t.een liquidated, ami
the market becam* quiet as prices steadied
up from the loweat Moderate trad'- buyinii
tor both .o-?. and foreign account helper!
to e'ssorn the eat r.r.ft and en thi
rally the market had the assistance of coi-'
?ring by re , .. ;?:.-.?? rs and rebcy.
tnr by ., * ?? tsK.rr, profits on loni
lines last week <?- -'. rj ; or 3 pointi
ejiove t.-.? ? .? ? ire? ol last night dur
Ir.r the ?a- ?- but failed to h"lr
? li the. Improvement though the eioa* wti
Within 8 or i poVn'ts ,.f the best.
Receipts a' p lo-daj I.'74 bal'!
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
THE BANK
OF KiCHlYIOND.
1107 EAST MAIN STREET.
?i00 MAK ICH A r-, -w'! i PER
CENT. INTilUEST.
Brl?? Stock
2<X> Allls-Chalmers, lit paid.
Mils-Chalmers, pfd.. old
8.900 Amalgamated Copper ...
409 Amer Agrl. Choin., com.
(,100 Amer Beel Stijr.ir. com..
23,100 American Can .
1,900 American 1 Mn. pfd.
909 Amer. Car and Foundry;
SW Amer. Car ..tui K*oun . pfd
Vmcrlcun Cotton OM?
Am. Hide and Leather, pr
201 American Linseed oil....
itVO American Locomotive ...
Amer. Locomotive, pfd...
1,200 Amor, Mall Co., pfd.
4.600 American Smelting -
2,300 American Sugar.
SCO Am. r. Tel. and Tel. Co...
1,4(0 American Tohs co, coni.
100 American Tobacco, pfd.i
S.400 Anaonda Copper .
2.7*> A tchison.
CC0 Atlantic Coast Lino.
A. C. L. of Connecticut..
500 Baltimore and Ohio.
300 Bethlehem Steel, com
Bethlehem Steel, pfd.
S.30O Brltlsh-Amcr. Tob. Co ..
2,900 Brooklyn Rapid Transit.
1,2(0 Central Leather, com.
Canadian im . itic .
1.100 Chesapeake and Ohio ?
10) Chicsho tii eat Western.
2.i< ) Chi., Mil. : nd si. Paul...
620 Crucible Su-el for., com.
!'.> i Irucible Steel, pfd.
?KW Chicago and Northwest.
0C0 Colorado Fuel and Iron.
360 Colorado and Southern..
1,100 Consolidated Gas .
Delaware and Hudson...
I'?1 Den. and Kio Gran., com.
110 Den. sud Ilio (.Iran., pfd.
Distillers' s. c. Cor.
3.1M Kri.. .
K0 Krle. 1st pfd.
Geo. \V. Helme Tob. Co..
1.030 General lllcclric .
2,47.0 Great Northern, pfd.
703 Great Northern Ore ctfs
10-1 Illinois Central .
2,700 Interboro-Mct.
4.090 Interboro-Met., pf'i.
I'm int. Mer. Marine, -nm_
By THOMAS
Open. High. Low.
61
74
Unit,
116",,
e!>
I1S%
S4S
IttHS
aw,
10414
4-4
I0?' k
13$
ios*.
IT'S
loan
ii
38*4
ll?l3
17"T,
13314
10%
I27U
20*4
575,
11?,
ll: Uj
09
ll&%
10414
4"?
I07V4
17'.,
101%
U'.j
13614
I41H
171
134
III?
KT'*
SMS
69*4
4^
85%
til
72"?
35
!1??4
69
116%
549}
130
ti>?
Hi-,
77^
17:i
IWS
II
i.VeC
30%
39
Ho'-j
Vi',
10%
i:7?;
24.300
Bit A NC II & CO..
Closing.
Bl-> Asked. Sales
I1? 2 1.416
2tfc 3 V?
S7-\ S7'(
?il-i ...
7IJ? 7e
0.4 3<% iui
?7'-, IIS
59% >fl cmi
US', 11-'4 , Ko
mi
211, M
H'j 13 COO
'-A ? 1.131
ir*i lOD'.i j gm
?71 hl! '??a
?I W% 7 ..
130% 150 i I >f(\
Bankers and Lirokers.
Open.
Hi
1 hi
11 ?
r,oo
791 294
1^1*4 I"?'?
11% 4vi
1 7's 10??
bis isa
2?J .;i
lOSVi iCe%
37 3,'t
?I ?.400
B'?t &% '.in
?vv^ **% txk)
i 3.17"
2iii .<i..i, jiwq
7S', 7V\ rat
17-3 IS ;.?o
1' ."1 1 1 KO
is'. ii 3.100
M9i S*% i.,>n
130 1.1 It,
.11% 32
itt .19 760
140*4 141%
167% ltSS% 0 10)
19? 20% 7,309
;,1v 31V'i ?7.so^
iiVs *l 110
:il% 31%
?*'-'/* ??'? 700
i.n i?5
170? I 'I
1331s I34?4 1 200
? I Ills 4.*.XVi
127 127>.j
20 ? .1 \
ES% 7-i':,?
4^ 4 i
Stock
International Paper
Int. Paper, pfd.
Kan City South., c>
Lehigh Valley .
Liggett mid Myers, com 203%
Liggett nnd Myers, pfd ill*,
l.oriii.ud Tob. Co . com. l.vs
lx>rlllnrd Tob Co., pfd. ...
Louisville and Nashville 167
Miami Copper .
Mo . Kan. ind Texas ...
Mo . Kan ?nd T*x . pfd.
Missouri Pacific .
National Lead .
New York Central.
N\ V., Onl. and Western
Norfolk and Western...
Northern Pacific .
PaeJtlo Mail.
Pennsylvania.
People's tins .
P.. C. c. und st. 1.. com. 108
and St I., pfd
171-,
'-?7?i
37
11 7%
.'. I'?
ll ru
119?,
33
I23?4
1131,
P..
21%
Pfd.
pfd.
Pittsburgh coal. com...
Pressed Steel Car.
Pressi d Steel Car, pfd..
Ry, Steel Spring, com...
ItendtiiR ..
Republic Iron and Steel
Republlt I and S . pfd..
Rock Island .
Rock Island, pfd.
Seaboard Air Line, com
Seaboard Air Line
SJoss-ShefNeld ....
Southern Puclflc ??
Soot hern Railway
Southern Railway,
Bland a rd t?il .
Tennessee copper .
Texas Pat Itic .
Union Poclilc .
United tSal >s Rubber..
United States Steel. ?59
United states Steel, pfd ill
i'. S. Cast Iron Pipe.
Va.-Car. Chvmichl . 4S
Va.-Car Chemical, pfd.. ..
Vn and Power, coin ...
Wabash . 4
Wabash, pfd.
Western l'nlon x H%.
Weyman-Bruton To. Co. ...
Total sales for day. 441
Totsl sales for week 1 four davs>
lCil,
2IS
7!???
21H
7.0
46%
168S
64H
I3?i
45*4
Closing.
I.ew. BUI Asked
MJti I"-? I''*
69
:4t?
.V?
?1
17C. 17IS 174-?,
h;i'-?"<> 204
111*. IU% l?Vi
1? iSSi/tj U9v4
ill', li-'-i
..7 l.r*H It-eH
3S9, 2>:,? ?'/?
::\ r.\ 2St?
110 62
;t7 :i7>? a;s4
.71- f?M, t#*?
117^", li^1, list,
S4'a :-4?. Si\
111'-, 111% 112
lit". I20U i20v4
S 11
|?3'4 |'J3?4 123%
IM', 113% HI
1 ^ WJVi lOSU
If 117
il?4 21% --?
am- 3.-1,
100*4 101
73
N-i
60% 61
ii% -.teS
idh?
6? 64%
110% lie ,
!*S% 2S%
14 74%
u<t,
46 46H
23 24
169% 1?9 ;
..!??, 6G%
CS% 7'H, 70-"-?
II"'-, 110% l!"",
19'- 21
: ?... 1 ... *s\
. ' iia 117
I7'2 7"'4
t>
14',
14
190 30)
1 shares.
41.600 sliares.
acalr.st lnst wok lind f? lam ycat. To?
ri, v? receipt* ni Oalveston 444 bale*, agnlnst
111 Inn year; ?t New Orleans 541 hales:
against 1i; last year, and at Houston ISTI
balea against :s last year
Cotton futures closed steady:
Open, High Ln e. Clos?. 1
January .11.4: 11 CE 11.44 11.S3 '
Fobruary .11.j; . 11.57!
March .11.;*, i;.e>; n.M jt.eie ;
April .1L?J .
May .11.? ll.TO 11.? 11.70
June . Il.lt I
July .11.07 11.21 11.07 11.171
August .11.1' 11 SO 11.1? 11.27
September .11.3 11.Sil 11.30 11.31
October .M.SS 11.4? 11.34 11. is
Novombel .11.4? 11.4? 11.4? ll.SJ
I)cr?mi>'r .11.50 ll.gO 11.49 1154
Spot cotton closed steady, unchanged;
middling uplands, lie, middling cult, ll.SJ.
sabs :'.7C.T baits,
citron, steady; middling 11.40; cross re?
ceipts, ::r. hales; sales. ?.'.",; hales; stock', 140,
"43 haler', export 10 Great (Britain, "50 bales;
to the Continent, t'o bulf*. Coastwise, ill
bales.
Total to-day at all ports?.Vet receipts,
1.471 hales; expert to Ores! Britain. 8.734
bnles: in the Continent. 4M bales; ?tu k. ?
? bates a
Conxolidaterr ai a'l perts?Net receipts,
17.771 balea. export to Oreat Britain, 4.9J4
bales; 10 Kran'-. S.1T2 bales; to lb- Conti?
nent, 10,859 bales, to Japan, 36? bales.
Total since September 1 nt nil ports?Net
r.ciipts II.TCI.6'..; bales, export 10 Great
Britain, l.vr.'.ffrj hales, to France. i.lMJjtl
bales; to tha c.nilnrnt. 1,333,714 bales; to.
Japan. 511.9S3 bales; to Mexico, <.T.k". hale;
_
New Orleans. June SO.?The corton market
was quiet but had a very good undertone
throughout most of to-day's session, the 1
rlosliiK ptl?e? 1,-lng 3 point! down 10 I up
compared w;th yesterday** elose. The forei
ra>i war. called favorable, as It predicted
dry weather over tho t-nt 1 n- belt, with the
exceptions 0: the toast region* of Louisiana
und Texas. In the afternoon the market
was ?lull and featureless: Spot rotten.
Steady, off; midden*. t:>?c. Sales on the
spot ti bale* ond Vi to arrive. hruture!
closed stead;: J>int. l'J.07 nominal; July.
12.0"; August. 115?; September. 11.71; Orto
ber. 11 ?1. December, 11.44; January, 11.49; |
March. 11.77.
LUCA1. MARKET QUOTATION'?.
(Furnished by Levy Commission Co., Com?
mission .Mereha.jt>. Richmond, ".'a.)
Richmond, v.'*.. June 1912.
ACTUAL \\ Ihj..i|> -i ? e. ? I....a e,r
MARKET.
LIVE POULTRY.
Chickens ehoice. small, lb .. K 5
Chickens, choice, medium. Ib.. 3 r*
Chickens, large. Ib. .'.0 'a
Hen*, lb. 13 ti
Roosters, each. '-i 40
l?iik?. Urge, voting. Ib. 13 <r
Duck?, ?mall, young, ib. 10 1] 11
laeiej.?CTaleu.
In crates. nearb>. fr,*h, dor.. IS li
In ? rates. other sections, >b>z. IS 'rf
Galena eggt, doz. . 12 1\
BUTTER.
Family, choice, fresh. lb. SO S
Merchants', lair, ib. I? -i
family, choice, trash, 10. tu H O
Merchants'. :a.r. Ib. 15 u
LIVE STOCK.
Wa.1*. choice to lar.cy. lb. 0. *Vj 1
Veals, poor to fair, lb. 4 tl I
Calves, runners. Ib. ? u
Shee-p. !b. "Iii? 4SI
Lambs, spr'.rg. lb. 7 kj &'?,
Cattle, fair to prime. Ib. A '<t f.? j
Hogs, lu. ?49 1 j
COUNTRY-CURED BACO.S'.
Ilir.is. we ; smoked, small. Ib. 3- J
l!a:ns. well smoked, .arg-. !ta. '.? ?/ i7 |
Sides, well amoki d. lb. i-'/tU> 13
Shoulders, weil smoked ib ... J It |
HTt>E9.
[ Ury Hint, lb. ?# tr
Dry salt, lb. IS ij?
I Green, salt, lb. l'.li'.f
! lireen, In. iO'^SP
Green, ilamac/d. 10. b '(j. 4 I
, Tallow . tt 6
Beeswax . <a a
WOOL
CO., unwashed, ire. of hurra <T f
?b.', unwashed, Itghtly burry. ti a ?*
lea., unwashed, mtdlum burry. 20 iu .".
Ca., unwathca, heavy burry, i", a is
MISCELLANEOUS.
PCrATOES?
I'otatoes, Irish. No. 1, bb!.... 3 00 '5 3.V)
t'otatoes, Irish, No. 2, bbl. 2 00 y ZiS
Market Condition*?Poultry, butter, live
kstoc. wool-all continue very actle.- I'lgg?
NBH YORK PRO 111'( K MARKET.
j New York. June ?Four- Firm y he'd
Rye I'lour and Commeal -steady Rye?
Nominal. Barley?Quiet. Wheat?Spot firm.
No. 1' nd, I1.1K domestic basis, and export.
!:ii.l7>4 f. o l> afloat. Future! '?ff'ic. net
higher. iui>. '1.13 5-IS; September. II.03','.;
December. II.I0H. Coin- spot iirrn. export.
???V t. 0 b. afloat. Oat*?Spet tteady
Pork and Lard?Steady. Beef?Firm. Cut
Mcnt?-Qulet. Tallow?Quiet. Wool-Quiet.
Petrol-urn and Turpcntlni - steady Rosin?
Quirt. Rlei Snarl;. Molas?e??Firm, Sugar
Raw. steady; refined, quiet. Coltee-?Rl?,
No. T. M*?r. Future* closed steady. July,
13.03; S-im? ruber. 13.81. H?tt'r -Steady Egg!
Steady. Cliee?e?Firm and urn hanged. Po
1 toes Stead) Southern, hew, white. No. 1
barrel >.??,?; CaWbages and Freights?Un
anged. Peanuts?Unchanged,
l'h- rotlons'i'd oil market was easier un?
der liquidating silea on account of the
cash and export demand and inr:?a?r<l
olferlng!1 of new ? rop for fall shipment.
1 ? 01 v .!..i i?i7 points net lower. June.
I C.SIfiCM Julv. ?'. M<tf<S3: August, l.nvi'A;
' .11 11 r '. in <'. October, t.X.il'. !>T .
; ; lrri< ? ru> nominal; prime summer yel?
low. ?'?r,rr.< -vlnter yellow. 7W37".
prime suinnur white. 'Wi' '.?
< III* \(.<! I.RAIN MARKE I .
Chicago. J in-* y?Assertion* that an im
I portint belt ? *:d<* of tne Canadian
' border ,n the noithwest lias been misted by
ralr.s ar.d wa* beginning to have .1 burnt
? look, switched the wheat marker to-day
: to the bu.l side. I"rl <s Onished steady at
a net advance ot V ? to S *-.' ~Jk~- t ?,rn fir.
.lshe-1 '?c. to 'Aflil up; OSti with a gain
of HM \<~ ? *nc. provisions i? '. !r.g frem Uei
1 night s level 10 ? increasi In ?
' i'ihli grain 1 losen WhestHNe ! red llCTi^
Q 1.09; NO. : hard. 41,0701 Wj Corn?No. f,
' T;"4 'ti 73?-,r.; No. 3 yellow 7?'-;7|er. rja|?
I No. S white, (9446(40.; star.dard.
i Leading future* ranged s? '.: -. ? ?
Open His-: I.',. 0,1?
WHEAT?
.fn'-i . I 9t?% ? 1 '?S ' r?TAl 1 fem
1 .-.eH. . ? '"'? ' 1 'H'/t
Deo, .
CORN
juir .
Sept.
Pec.
CATS?
.Inly .
S?pt.
T>*c.
MBS8 rTjJlK-P?
.lulv .
713,.
464
4.y,
bo I.
.18.*
49?,
4vi,
?1%
IS.T!
19.10
4S-%
'??\
414
Snpt .1J.07
LA RID?Per 101 lbs.
July .10.9.-. lO.tff 10.8G 10.67
Sept.11.? 11.20 li.ii 11.i;
iOct.u.jc 11. Ji u.CO U.SS
fHOKT RUSS-rer 100 lb*.
July .10.(0 10.69 10.60 10 5:
Sept.10.70 10.72 10.62 10.70
Baltimore. Md.. June "-*? ?Wheat?Quiet;
?pei. I1.C9. Corn?Quiet: spot. 7i>~-. Osts?
Flim; No. 2 white, tor. Rye?Dull.
lilt IH10X1I GRAIN MARK KT.
Richmond. Va, June 20. 1912.
tVKOLB&ALK QUOTATIONS OX 'CHANGE
WHEAT?Ca r lots.
No. 2 rid; Western. fa $ 1.15
Ne. 2 red. Virginia.. L16 'u
No. .t red. Ill u
93 U 114
V:rp nli. bjE lute.
COWS- Car lots.
No. 2 white.
No. 3 -.ehlte.
No. 2 mixed.
No. 3 mixed.
Vlrg ntu, !? i-; lots..
OATS car lots.
No. 2 mixed.
No. ;; mixed.
No. 2 wh i te.
No. 3 white.
KVK-r.u lol?.
No. 2.
No. 3 .
it <
67 'it
Nomina!
Komlnsl
KU IIMOND RAI MARKET.
P.tchmond, Va.. June 20, 1912,
iFollowlns are the quotations of the Rich?
mond Hay. Exchange:
No. 1 Timothy. 47 27.00
No. 2 Timothy. ii 15.00
No. 3 Timothy. 20.? fi
Light Clover, mixed. li 2i.00
No. 1 Clover, mixed. ii 24 01
No. 2 Clover, mixed. ?0.(0 it
s'l'R AW?Coinpi e*??=U . H 13.00
Uooee-pressed, large bales.. ri 14.00
Load your can no that hay at doors rt-p
resents contents, Snd thua avoid rojectloae.
Tut? market grade* hay In accordance
?Ith the National Ray Ai.90Clat.en
CATTLK -UI1KF.1S.
mcHMO.vn LIVE STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Union ftock Tarda >
Richmond. Va., June 20, 1012. I
Rrrort of in? Ii?. titoCK maraet for th* j
we.k ending Julie 17. 1512; ',
Best ?teer?, 7'i''l7?4e.. ir.?dlum to good.
?"'??.. /.'.??'.; common to fair. .*??,?{ 6'?c.; ben
hellers, eV4tr7c.; medium to good, 4,i .
common to tali. ii ?.'??.; beat cow*, tg
fe'.ve.; medium to good, 66664c.i common to
tiiir. :>li (?'.; beat oven. 6467c; medium to
good, tif-.ee.; common u> 'an. 406c:; buila,
44664' Fresh cows, 120i60.4)0 per bean;
beat j.mi. 7-.2c.; Ittir to tfourt *ir7.- ; dicks,
4 -j . b.-i>t hOK*. 7'.. fhoate. 64666iC; p:ge,
aows and stag*, 540/614C.; beat
sheep. 6 66'.4c.; :nii to good. 4>ti8Sc ; com?
mon. 2?43ee., beat v oo 'ambs. 5'- j '<i tl'-jC.;
tnlr to good. 114 ' ?'* . spring la:no?. . It
S'4c.
Chicago. 111.. June JO.?Cattle?Receipts]
1.000 head; Market ?irong foi nt?v?s, others]
?-?k. Beeves, (6.1066.80; Texas t-teer*. 16.40
i|S.M; Western steers. I" 5->fj S .V?; f tockera I
and ;.;edere, 5;:0'ri".S0. cows and heifer*.!
-.'. /* W; calves 66.606* Hi.??-Receipt* i
15.000 !i?ad Market active, 10(9 16c. higher.
I.lghl jt 266 7 574; mixed. 16:25*17.10; heavy. I
67.256-7.70; rough |7.J06*.40; pigs, 16.9567.(0; |
bulk ot sai?-. 17.608.7.(3. Sheep?Receipts I
10.1 ?> h*-?d Market Steady to nron.? Native.
{:;..'.'.'<(.. .?10: western. $3.6066 *W: yearllinr!1. ,
|l,'56* ? ? l?mb?. native, t4.6507.S5; western,
64.60 Ufti.001 etrinc, t5.2669.t0- I
New York. June 2-t ?Beeves?Receipt* 1,232
head; a.t f.r slaughter; no trading; nomi?
nally steady. Calves?Receipt? 274 head;
prices strong Veals. ~76 lo.V). culli, 65 66'56.1
Phee|i and I.smbl -Receipt? 4.02: head. Ac!
tlve and steady; ell sold. Sheep (ewes), I*.
64.50; culif. 1265-60; lamias, }7 ''<n't.'ti\ rube.'
5<vi7.o0; y,..ir!tng>. *>87.60 Hogs?Receipts
1 i;? head .Yijrket Heady at 67.7*.'. 7 '-?. pi gl
57 ??7.60.
RICHMOND rOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond. Va . June 20, 1912
Following tri lim .(notations ot the lticn- |
mond Tot-acca Exchange:
SUN-CURED?"S EW.
Lugs, common to good. 6.iW 3 7 to
i.-.iga. good to prime. 7.60 to
Snort tear. 6.1-0 tj IV. 10
O L2.-?
n 17.56
BRIQHTS.
SMOKERS?Common . "00 <j( t.vt
Medium . 10.00 11.00
trine . 12 OO y [5.00
i;l 1 l'E KS?Common. 14 (at *; 16.00
.Medium . 16.64 U *.7.iti
Fine . ?00 ',< to.tiO
Fa:.- y . 94.96 6 ^ (d
PIUUErU*?Common . t <n u '?'<'??'?
Medium . 11.00 it 1100
Oood . 13.f/> (?/ li iyi
Pine . 10 01 |J 26.60
v% i<Ar*yisiie>?Common . in.o-1 -a w.04
Medium . 1X60 6 96,66
?Sr.od. -B 2'. 14
???? . . Zl 141 O 17.6?
?"cy . ..40 00 a 66.61
MlHf. EL LANK OUH MARKETS.
PETERSBURG PEANUT MARKET.
I 1 ItejK.rted by R?dgen, MoCSbe 4> < o. 1
Petereburg, Va . vt ? Peanuts?Spen
j lab -.Market firm; larm.r?' Spanien, l?s
i?r bushel; lumbo bp-?n:i.-,. u<- prr otiehel;
; .'.o 1 ehelled, Spenlah, '? l>6H< per ;-?. .r.'i.
No 2 ?ne;>'!. Spanish, per pound. Vlf
ginlea?Merket firm, fancy jumbo. 4c r"'
;?..nd. fan;-, 1.1 ? .jt, a. * . 3'i *???,< ;.< 1
P'^ur.d. ejira prim*. I'tc. per pound: {.rirr...
'.- p?r pound machine picked, ittiv p*i
pound; shelling stock. ^i pound
fiP.V OOODS M A n K KT.t.
?'e-<r York liin?i 2*7 -Tbe cotton good* m*l
>.??? are f.rm?r Wllh more aftl.it/ reported
in convertible*. Yarn* *r? fairly eteedy end
raw at'.k- it Ir. better Call l.nceh and eyn
brolderlee*era b*|ng called for roore tr... >
tor a r.-i isafon Jobbere ar< doing * fell
[touflnei* >.:\ ?a?h ,f?*)<i'? ar.d domestic*
NAVAL STORES
Wilmington. N C? June 20 -6plrlU Ti.r
pentlne S'?a*-, ?? ct'Xe receipt* 10 -><kv
Roein <?????> -?. 16.90. far firm -t 16,66;
receipt? 3 barrels Sp .-Its Turpentine?Firm
tit !<: .'itr-l TS; receipt- e> barrels
favnnnnh. Ga., June 5?.?Turpentine?Firm
at HS,&4J!.?c: nalcs 1,131 casks, receipts 1.217
..ar'Kj; ?tock. 32.0.% oai-ks. Kosln?Firm; sales
2.211 barrels, rucelpt- ! 693 barrels, stock M.
(.1 barrels. Quote: II $4.'.?ff6,20.
?'?harieston. K. C. .line 20 ? Turpemlne
Flrm at *4Aic. Uor/lt?Firm. Quote:
4* 101/6.20.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
rORT OF RICHMOND. JUNE 20. ir.2
ARRIVED.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly, Norfolk, mer- |
cr.andise and paeseng ra. < ?.J Dominion Line
steamer Pocahon:us. 'iraves. Norfolk and]
jani'i River landing.- merchandise and pas- I
seuicers. Virginia Noi Isatlon Company.
steamer Aurora. Purman, Petersburg and!
Jamea Rr. er landings merchandise nnd pas- I
?engera, Kurtnan Line.
SAILED.
Steamer Berkeley. Shell!', Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, old Dominion Line. :
Steamer Aurora. Furman, Petersburg and |
Jame? Rlvei landings, merchandise and pas
(i nn-1'tirrr.an Line
JfLrrjiil jioijcr
?.Ulli
Collcctoi of City 'Taxes.
Cil> Kail, Hooin 107.
NOTICE To TAXPAYERS.
City taxes for 191- are due and
paj^ble June lit:: to 30th, Inclusiv.
The city ordinances provide that
on,? hull may be paid n June and the
remalnns half !r. December, i'aiures
to pay all or out :i.,H in June 'ncura
a penalty of 5 pe: cent on the whole
amount, wliiah Ii, due at once, and if
no: paid before SEPTEMBER 1. the
Collector Is required to levy. with
cost.* added.
ALL MALES il 1 years of age. ALL
PERSONS (MALE oR FEMALE i who
own porsonal property as fiduciary. !
and all parties conducting business In
the city of Richmond (of w!.ar,
nature) nt<- assessed, and will please
call and settle, s--. a? u avoid delin
GRADING, PAVING. PIPE AND
SEWER CONNECTION BILL8 may bei
paid at this time
' GIVE NAME IN WHICH PROPER
TV STOOD on hind books on January
11, 1912, and see thnt you ijet all your
bills property transferred February I
1 nr later stands in name o; owner
in 1911. I
This is 'he only notice reryiired ov
la-.v. please k'-v.- it PROMPT ATTEN?
TION, as under the ordinances f> per
cent, penalty will be ridded to th*
whole bill after Tune 31th.
Washington Ward tuxes, etc.. must
lie paid Rt th? office of the Deputy
Collector. Tenth nnd Hull Streets.
HERBERT L. HULCE,
Collect : of TH"s. City of Richmond.
The VElentine Museum
ELEVENTH
Op-tii <ialiy
Adml""')n. "
aMj CLAV STREET'S.
r?m l? \. M. to l I?. M.
Frea or ~?tnrd"iv?
l?otels
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS~"
THE JEFFERSON
Richmond, Va.
Tho mot'. . ignlficent hotel in the
South. Euro; .:. pian. Koc.ms single
and en au:u . .:h and without hataa
Spa loua ?.:!?: a rooms.
Special Summer Hates. Club flrruk
fast.
The Henry Clay Inn
Vihlnnd, Vn.
is now most ittructlve, with its beau
tlfu rta-wn ;,,,i moonlight nights.
Eyery attri for automobile par?
lies. AI cqulrprpBd for parties
'?? i g to the hot, dusty city.
?-cijoois."
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Of
MEDICINE ? S
STUART McGUlRE. M. D , Pres.
Medicine?Dentistry?Pharmacy
20th Session Opeaa September IS, 1012
New Fireproof BuMlng.
Unexcelled l/.olpment.
modern ?.,-??, Methods.
Efcetlenl ( I ???| Facilities.
Eighty y.'wnvnced Teachers.
Write ,..,w (?r Catalogua AH. ?
WYTHE I). ANDERSON.' Procter.
.VlcGviirr's, University School
'*'*'' M"'-'"" PARK, RICHMOND, VA.
. '? 1 II SUMS ION .begins Rep
fi Hb prepartlon for unl
'" '.. hnlenl school, U. R Naval
ademlea. Primary depart
. ? with ?epnrate Instrm
,i 'I re-nation rooms. The
II I N. Belvldere St.. after
information aee catalogue
? by mail.
P McOUERB, Prlnrliial.
at book
BANK OF COMMERCE
AND TRUSTS
Capital and Surplus, S350.O00.00.
Solicits Your Business, Personal and Savings Accounts.
3% INTEREST ALLOWED
Loans on Real Estate and Approved Collateral.
Depository for the State of Virginia and City of Richmond.
JOSEPH E. WILI.ARD. .President
A. R. HOLLA?AY.Vico-Presldont
R. M. KENT, Jr.Vlce-Presldent
R. B. CAMPBELL.Cashier
Incorporated 1832.
VIRGINIA FIRE & MARINE
INStrilANf E COMPAN Y OF RICHMOND, V1IIGI.N1A.
Eightieth Annual Statement, Jianar; 1, 1012.
Assets . ?1,011.0S8.00
Net Surpul*. 000,031.00
Surplus to Pol ley-hol der?. 850,031.00
WM. H. PALM EH, President. W. H. McCARTHT, Secretary.
E. B. ADDISON. Vice- President. OSCAR D. PITTS, Treasurer.
"A Good Name is a Jewel"
We havf won an enviable nam; in the comm->rc'.a! world of Rich?
mond?,i name sta.idlng- for
Strength, Security and Conservatism
the three cardinal factors ort a ftnanoiaJ in-rtftuflon.
Open an account with
Richmond's Strictly Commercial Bank
Capital.$300,000.00. Surplus and Prellte.St.4OO.0O0.0O.
Three per cent, interest, ootnpotoded sem1-annually, paid In Siviiwo
Department.
PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK,
IUCHMO.VD, TA.
The Growth
Of our patronage furnishes elo?
quent testimony to the fact that
this institution has at a'.l times
since Via estaibUshment in 1SG5
commanded the crm:i<l<nce of the
community. Wo would like to
number you among our patrons.
You -?-i 11 enjoy our service.
First National Bank
110-1 EAST MAIM.
Capital and Siirplmi. SS,OOO.OOO.00
Manchester
National Bank
A ;,ar.k that 1? Interests lr. the pros
oerity of South Richmond merchants.
Rational Bank of Virginia
Capital .$1,200,000
Surplus Profits. . $ 700,000
Account solicited
Ninth and Main Streets.
Commonwealth
Bank
A stronsr bajik, with conveniently
looted branches.
Summer itxegortfif.
Buena Vista Spring Hotel
In the Biuo Ridse. Krank.in Co.. Pe
S.rOo feet above sea level. Cool. bracVig.
Fuperb Scenery. Pine Drives. Pure Spring
W?rter. Karge garage. Mntfrrn equipment.
Unexcelled cuisine.
Open* for Season June 15, 191}.
Same efficient management as last year.
ROOM:-, sing.' ur en eu.te, with prWete.
t.ath. now booking
Kor chart, termi and booklet address
THOMAS P. PERKINS.
Ru?na Vlfta. Franklin Co.. Pe.
Crockett Arsenic-Lithia Springs
and Baths opens June 1. Elevation
2,lfi0 feet Curos nervous prostration,
dyspe-psia. kidney disorders, malaria,
rheumatic and skin troubles and fctnala
irregularities, Clear;, and beautifies
the complexion. Write for booklet.
M. C. THOMAS.
Crockett Surlngn. V?.
Old 5weet Springs, West Va
In th?. ".Switzerland of America."
Elevation, 2,200 feet. Climafe unsur?
passed.
MODERN IN APPOINTMENTS.
Nfjw management. Everything first
class. Amusements varied and attrac?
tive, Golf a specialty. Automobile
service. Open June |5. Booklet.
_W. O. PA*TON. Manager.
The Blue Mountain House
In The Heart of The Blue Ridge.
Elevation two thousand feet. Overlooking
the beautiful f'umberland and Shenandoah
Valleys. t ool, bracing atmosphere. All
smueemente. On hestra. daneing. tennis,
l.o n-11 ii je alleys, pool. saddle horses, etc.
Capacity 600. Rates 115.Oft p-r week and up.
Descriptive booklet on application to BOND
... OIBB?N8, Props. P'ue Mountain. Md.
Blue Ridge Springs, Va.
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.
I
EDICAL COLLEGE
;> OF* yi RG ? Mi 'Jk
? tti<?ll<iM Uboriforj **4 clirued IkiIiism.
|q3q i Cl(rw?e uluhnrHsj. Lorng cipt.uct mrtenxt.
1912
s
CAra**Ur T?npka& M D. Oolm. MeSSMsj, V?
Virginia Military Institute
' ??THE WOT POINT OF THE SOUTlt"
i Collegiate and technical course* comblnca
wl i h the rigid discipline of an army post.
i ,?,.?eLaviadlU '?"?. NICHOLS,Soot
Among the Blue Ridge Mts.,
AT'COOL HEIGHTS"
you get a high-grade summer resort
and the advantage of a summer
chautauqua for what you would pay
for either alone elsewhere.
In addition to the advantages of a high
grade summer resort, at once accessible
yet removed from the he.it and rush of the
crowded centres, in addition to the mag?
nificent scenery, the wonderful summer
climate, the beautiful building and restful,
haded grounds on their lofty plateau,
swept by invigorating mountain breezes.
"COOL/HEIGHTS" offers you and your
family FREE the unique privilege of
the summer chautauqua of the So?
ciety for the Advancement of Social
Education, with its inspiring lecturer?,
its special ceremonies, its high-grade
musical and dramatic events, its pilgrim?
ages to historic places and natural won?
ders and, above all, the society of a won?
derful body of men and women?the lead?
ers in public affairs, in education, in the
professional, business, social and civic life
of the entire South. Rates, including all
general meetings and special events of the
chautauqua, ten to fourteen dollars per
week. For reservation and further par?
ticulars write or wire Manager "Cool
Heights." Buena Vista, Va.
Brunswick Inn
AVayneaboro. Va.
This cool and de.Uffh.tful summen* re?
sort is now open for guests For rates,
apply to
MRS. W. A. WILLIAMS.
MRS. E. A. ROBrXSOtX.
Proprietors.
THE POCAHONTAS COTTAGE,
Virginia Reach, t n.
Will reopen May 15 for the season
1912 under new management. For
terms, etc, address
MRS. A. n. WILLIAMS.
The Sayre Cottage
BITKIIOE REACH, VA.
Is now oi>??n for the reception of
gu?vte. The accommodations are good
and the rates a^ rea-scAiajble a? ie con?
sistent with good service. The man?
agement will take p!*a*un; '.n doing
evea-y-thlng possible to make, your visit
pleasant and profitable to you. Ad?
dress for t'erme, ate.,
THE SATOB COTTAGE.
Ruokrnr Beach. Va.
Sweet Chalybeate Springs
SWEET CHALYBEATE, VA.
Up In the Alleghany Mountains. 1300 feet
ahove tne sea level. Elegeant Swimming
Pool?. Con! .Vlghls. Beautiful Mountain
ficenery. Water supply. Iron and r-arbonaied,
of superior medical quality, Write for hook
let. B. F. EAKLE, Manager.
sweet Chalybeate, Va.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Greenbrier County, Weit Virginia
In the Mountains
Tennis, Golf. Riding, Driving,
Motoring, Dancing. Maer.ih
etnt Swimming Pool. No Flies
or Mosquitoes* Sulphur and
Mealclosl huh*. Every Modfro
Convenfenee. Undtr time :*..?-?
rr.rot at Hotel Chimbrrllo, Old
folnt. For Information address
GEORQC r. ADAMS
Whlto
Sulphur
W. Va;
Hotel Wachapreague
Wachapreague. E. S. Virginia.
IDEAL SUMMER RESORT
Special Rates to Families, House
Parties and Clubs
Homelike comforts, advantages of eesta
bays, shady lawn, beautiful sandy beach;
excellent surf bathing, '?est boating and
fishing: hot, cold and salt baths, largo
rockers: swing chairs; tennis: free bowl?
ing and pool; frrsh sea foods (milk, veg?
uibles. ohickens from oor own farm); spe?
cial boat and auto rates. Send for 8-page
booh>t A. H. O. MEARf, Wachapreague.
Virginia.
KAVIER LITHIA SPRING.
The ideal place to spend the hot pum
?mer months. Two miles from Staunton.
Va. Large, airy rooms: baths: vege?
tables and fruits for lal>le grown on
piace: good milk and butter.
For further particulars ani rat^s
address
it. H, Webb. Manager,
a F I). No. L BtA.unsxsn. Vsv
fltiantfc Cttg ?e?ort?
^DENNIS
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
The Sea end of fireproof wing
recently completed showing open
Sun Parlors at end of sleeping
floor halls, and the Solarium di?
rectly above the bosrdwalk and
beach. Unobstructed ocean view
from all public rooms
and many guest
chambers.
k Cap. 600. Always open
"[WALTER J. BUZBY
Facinc and Arkansas Avenues. Spacious
grounds adjoin beach and boardwalk. Only
modlum-prtccd hotel where guests may so
from house to surf In bathing attire with
Oui using streets, which Is prohibited. Use
of bath hoiises ?Uli attendant to eure for
?uit? N free. Kunillug unter in rooms.
Fresh und sen uulrr baths, public and pri?
vate. Special rule- Jl and up dally j !?? 1
to 121.60 weekly, lueludlng choirs table, sup.
piled from own form. White service. Or
ones-.ra. Tends courts nnd croquet grounds
between hotel and fceacn. Booklet mi! ed
upon reo,ue?t.
_ PACT. C. R03ECRANS.
Galen Hall
BV TilK SEA.
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM.
Atlantic City, N. J.
OALEN HALL.
IN THE MOUNTAINS,
1 tIKs-l .< LABH HOiEi.
Wernersville, Pa.
F. L. YOUNG, General Manager.
ST. CHARLES
Uett .elect location fronting the o = e?n.
Thoroughly modern. Courteous service.
Bathrooms with hot and cold, fresh and
sea water attachments, etc Magnificent
porches overlooking tn? Doardwalk and
ocean. Orchestra of sotolsta. Uolf privi?
lege,. Aiw?>, open. Illustrated booklet.
NEWLtN RAINF.S COMPANY.
Hotel Iroquois
So. Carolina av. and Beech, centre of all
attractions Capacity (00. On. of the most
modern and up-to-date. loo mean-side rooms.
Private baths, running water In rooms Ele?
vator. Mush pin* porches. White sc:-, ire.
Early season rates 11 ? tfi up weekly, nook
let._W F. SHAW
Grand Atlantic Hotel
Virginia Ave near Beach and Steel Pier.
Open surroundings Capsclty IW. Hot and
cold sea water baths l.arge rooms; south?
ern esporure. Elevator to atreet level,
spacious porches, eu KT.cclal week rate?;
$;.!/> up dat'y. Booklet c'oachen meet
tr.ir.s COOPER A. bEEDS
HOTEL SHOREHAM,
fscrari End Virginia Ave.
A modern hot.; with every converterr,
elevator, prl\at. baths, etc op, n lawn
allow plenty of light and air Ideally In
rated. Service and tsb> tne beet Rat ?
to up weekly. Booklet
W n GOTTEN,
THE WILTSHIRE.
v trgtnta Avenue end Besch. Ocean view,
tireatly Improved, cap. S10, Private bath.,
running water !n rooms, elevato.-. etc.
Music. rtpeclai. |1JW up weekly: KM us.
ealiy. Open all rh? >eai. Booklet.
SAMIR3I. ELLIS.
IIOTEI. ABSECON.
Virginia At., near Beach.
FTJtETIUMsl?BUILT OF BRICK A STONE*
Everything that constitute* a flrst-eleeg
hotel Elevator, private bs'r.s. etc. etc. Km
up dally, special weekly rates; booklet.
O. D. PADTER.
HOTEL RALEIGH
St. Char>? Place and Beach, JO"> large coot
rooms, ocean view; private baths, running
water In rooms; line porc.ies; elevator;
elertrh- lights, etc. Food and eervte? of
the beat, very reasonable rates.
I! .1 DYNES.
New Hotel Merion
Atlnntlc Cltr. N. J.,
Vermont Av*. Unobstructed ocean
view. Newly built brick Cuisine un?
surpassed M ACK LATE & CO.
Boat Moderate) Rats Hotel
ELBERON
Ar.d Fireproof Anns*. Tor.n. av., near Beach
central : capacity VA; opponllo Pr-it. and Cath.
C.nurehoj ; running walor In rooms ; private ba'rs;
exeauent table : vegetables trim own form ; whtts
services en to *ut wk'ly i jfl.ftn to ??.so
d'ly. Bklt- Sreelo! rstcs. R. B. Ludy. M.D.
One of Atlantic City's Large! and Leading
All-the-Year Hotels.
HOTEL RUDOLF
On Ocean front. Close to all attractions.
Capacity 1.0C0. The location, large rooms
and open surroundings have established
tnls as me most comfortable hotel for tlia
.?ummer. All oaths supp.ied with Pea and,
Freeh saier; running water In guest rooms.
Mpurlous promenaue verandas overlook the.
tamous Boardwalk. Orchestra. High-class
Hestaurant. American and European plans.
A. i. R?KEY8EB, Mgr.
JOEL HII.LMAN. Pres.
ISLESWORTH
On the ocean front. Virginia av.. overlook?
ing famous Meet Pier. Capacity ?00. Special.
I33.M up weekly; no extra charge for hot
sea water baths. Elevator, spacious porches,
private baths. Orchestra. Auto meets trains.
Booklet. ?V.M. IIYMAN. Proy.
PRANK M. PHOEBUS. .Mgr.
Hotel Kenderton
Tennessee Ave. third linus? from hnrti
and pier; family hotel; private baths. ..car.
view, elevator, tine porches, home cooking)
special low early season rates.
.r. O. MITCHELL_
2CENTS POSTAGE SECURES FUtL INFORMATION
OF ATLANTIC CITY, ITS HOT ELS, AMUSEMENTS,
STREETS ETC. ''OFFICIAL" GUIDE SENT FRKK
BY CtTY INFORMATION BUREAU
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"* CutaUllI Mountain*.
O'HARA HOUSE,
Lrxlngtou, N. Y.
Accommodates 125. Situated ninonq
tho nichr ft elevwiInn - of those famoui
mountains, in the vor>- cenltr? of nil
.principal points of Interest. Ter.r.l?,
bowling-, billiards, boating*, hathlng.
Booklets.
n. O'lloras Son.
MninAger.
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Thia famous rosort with the most de?
lightful bath in America is now open (or
guests. Write for rates and information.
Mrs. John L. Eubank, Warm Springe, Va

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