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FISHING 1? PROFITADLE.
Almost Drraki l p I nrmlns In Pnr?n
Of \or< hum hcrliilul.
(Special to The Tinn-a-Dlspatch.)
Heathsvlllc. Vi. June 22.?In this
notion tho llshlng Industry has broken
up farming to a great extent. It hap
conic to the pass now that tb< farmers,
with few exceptions. no not raise
coin or hay to serve them. Tons of
hay are brought from the city, and
the mlllR are frequently so bare of
corn that not oven a hush,1 of meal
or corn can be obtained.
The fame of the "gold mine-' that
the fish factories or menhaden indus?
try have proven has spreud abroad,
and certain syndicates are making
strenuous efforts to buy up all the
factories possible and merge Into one.
To this plan most of the smaller share*
holders are bitterly opposed.
_ ?ibionib i_oticc_.
Plan tors' Nat fo n a 1 ~ R an k.
Richmond, Va.. June 20, 1912.
i;r DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK
have to-day declared a dividend of
jo per cent, on the capttal stock
? free of tax) out of the earnings
for thi past six months. Payable
> II and ait. l JULY l. 1912.
RICHARD H. SMITH,
of the German-American Building
and Loan Corporation held on the
above date, a semi-annual dividend
of a 1-2 p< r cent, was declared, pa) -
ab'..- to stockholders on and aft< r
july 1. 1912 CHAS. K. WILLIS,
Secretary and Treasurer.
DI viiiKXl~x< i-iTCi: ~BOARD OF Di?
rector- Commercial Guarantee CO.,
Bankers, have declared their thirty
fourth consecutive dividend of :l 1-2
per cent. (T per cent, pc* annum i.
tax free, payable JULY I, 1012.
Small block Of the capital stock for
salt, at $115.
W. L W A BING, President.
_____ K. S. MIT 'HELL Cashier.
The Savings Bank of Richmond,
1117 East .Main Street.
Richmond, Va. June is. 1012.
DIVIDEND SO. 44.?THE BOARD OF
directors have this day declared tho
usual semi-annual dividend of flvol
per cent, (free of tax), amounting t.?'
$10."00. payable on and after JULY;
1. Chicks will be mailed.
JAMES M b.\ el. Cashier,_I
Virginia Building and Loan Company.1
THE KORTY-E1GHTH SEMI-ANNUAL
dividend of s 1-2 per cent, will be
payable .I ULY 1. 1912
_C T. I .OKI IB. S ecr flar y._
Richmond. Va., June 19. 1012.
AT A MEETING OF THE BwARD OF
directors of the National Bank of
Virginia. Richmond. Va.. held to?
day, a semi-annual dividend of .11-2
per cent, was declared, payable JULY
I, 1912. to stockholders of record as
of June 25. Books open July 2.
W. M. addison,
NOTICE.?THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders 01 the Southern
Manufacturing Company will be held
at thi orlicos of thi company. Nos.
11 and l? South Twelfth Street. 1
Richmond, Virginia, MONDAY, July
15. 1912, at 12 o'clock noon.
Bv order of the President.
A. EDWARD ROE BE R,
Secretary and Treasurer. _
Robert Harding Company, Inc..
June 19. 1912.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
Of Ihe stockholders of Hie Robert
Harding Company. Incorporated, will
be held at the ofllce of the company.
No. io south Eleventh Street, in the
city of Richmond. Va.. WEDNES?
DAY, July 3. 191-, at :. o'clock P. M.
W. J K1MBROUGH,
Dprincr anb Clean.n_
KXT-t>naCTdyeinc, "and cl 13?N\sr.
Works, Mrs. 1, a. Bedford. Pro?
prietress. Ladies' and gentlemen's
hats cleaned and reblocked; feathers
dyed and curled. Work celled for
and elivered promptly. Labs' work
a specialty. 1205 1-2 West Main
Street Phone Madison 3', til
ALL the latest tasty HATS AT
iurpt isinglv low prices: also linge?
rie hat franvs at CLARKE'S mil?
liner v. 2P7 n. First Strei?.
auction SsuiicG, .future Da?0
AUCTION SALE BY
McViegh & Glinn,
Real Estate Auctioneers
Valuable Warehouse and
NOS. 305. 307. 309, 311, 313 NORTH
EIGHTEENTH STREET, FRONTING
96 FEET . INCHES OS THE EAST
SIDE 05?. ?IGHTEENTIl STREET,
_ ET W E-EN-1 ;i ;O.Y D AND m a1:.-1 L\LL
At the. owner's request, w will otter |
for sale, on the premises, on
FRIDAY, JUNE 2S, 1912,
at 12 o'clock M., I
the above brick property, suitable for i
_ warehouse or manufacturing plant. I
The lot commences on ihe east line of '
(Eighteenth Street, at a point distant j
73 feet . inches norm >ji ihe northern I
line of iBrciaid Street: thence running
_l right angles In an easterly direc- |
tion VO feet to the west line ?( an alley '.
3 feet wide: thence at right angles I
in a northerly direction fool 7
inches; thence at right angles In an j
easterly direction 90 feet 9 inches to '
the west line or an allej l.j feet wide.!
leading out to Broad Street; thence I
running along the west line of ?-ald.
io-foot alley in a northerly direction j
ti Jeet 3 inches, more or less; to the]
3;ne of the property of Sarah c. Bos-I
?well; thence al right angles ,i: a w?s'. - j
trly direction, and parallel with Broad
???treet 159 feet to she east line Of High- I
teenth Street: thence along the ea?t< rn
line of Eighteenth Street in ft southerly
direction -and fronting thereon t?6 feet]
S inches to the point of beginning
This property !s the right place fr.r
a home for a manufacturing plant, and
on* -which has a splendid future. a '
?pint can ht seen at the office of Mc?
Veigh * Glinn.
TERMS: One-third cash, 'nalar. <? at
six, twelve, and eighteen months, eyl
der.itd by notes, with interest add'.:,
hnd secured by de-d of trust on tri'
eb'.'-e pPOJterty; or for all rash, at the
Option of the purchp.s??r.
MCVEIGH * GLINN,
By Poll?rd & B?gb;.-,
Reaj Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
DETACH EL FRAME DWELLING
KNOWN AS NO. 1201 NORTH NINE?
In exscutior. of a deed of trust dated
August 6. 1907, and iptoorded In :Ue
clerk's office of Riehl
Court, D. ? '?t-D, page JOS ., '.. l I
(having bee:-, made pa;
She deM therein ?- trad and
required so to ???>. I will p. ;: ay p
ton the premise.-, on
THURSDAY, JUNK .;, :SJ J(
?.t ? o'i lock P M ,
th* ?bflive manl one-d ?i rciivt, do.
taiohed fravnt? d w ? ... n 1 .?. |?| has (v
frontago of l??_nty.al* (SO f-, , , .,.
?west line ft Nineteenth. Hi sei rutl'
ring back weal wa :? t. i- i . . : ?,. ,. I
lines on? htrnd. ? I and i?...i -rtvtj
(125) fftet eight (8)
ID resr fourtemi (ill i.e. a.... Tliu
sala I? made ?ubjeci '?> .1 p . .,
-*ir? of II."00,
HILL MONTAG Ut),
, ' TFliAtes,
jp, a,?Tl I? POe-ii''-.. to.
tton?er? may l>o iwlt* to l?**H? teller
Auction fertirss, future Dap_
By Elnm & Funsto'n,
Real Kstai. Auctioneers.
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
THAT MOST DESIRABLE DWELLING.
2523 Kensington Ave.
By direction of the owner, who Is re?
solved I., si i!. even at a sacrifice, we
shall sell by public auction, on the
THURSDAY. J UN E 27TH,
at ? o'clock P. M.,
that most attra llv< two-story brick
dwelling known ns 2523 Kensington
Avenue, containing eight rooms, electric
light and gas. hot and cold water, bath
and hot water heat. On account of Its
convenient location to the street cur
and being til direct line with the city's
best growth, It Is sine to enhance in
value, and will in.ik. a most desirable
home 01 investment.
TERMS: Extra liberal and announced
ELAM ft FUNSTUN,
The Valentine Auction Ca
,6 18 EAST BROAD SX
BANKRUPT AUCTION SALE
STOCK OF CLOTHING, SHOES, MATS.
CAPS, SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR.
Pursuant to an order Of the District
Court of G;e United States for th.
Eastern District Of Virginia, entered
on the lStb day Of .Line. EM 2. in the
matter of Charlie Glass, bankrupt. I
Will sell, on the premises. No. 1501
Eus; Main Street.
TUESDAY. JUNE '-'.'..
beginning at i<>.:::o o'clock.
the stock of said uahktriupt, consisting
.,f about 250 pairs Men's and Ladies'
Shoes. .'>:. Men's suits. T.". pair Men's
Trousers, 100 pair Boys' Knickerbock?
er Pants, largo lot of Men's. Ladies'
and Children's Hosiery. Underwear.
Men's Hats and Caps. Overalls. Top
Shirts. Sweaters and sundry Merchan?
dise: also several Tables, Showcase.
GEORGE B. WHITE.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
Virginia Auction Co.,
Auctioneers, 616 E. Broad.
HANDSOME STORE FIXTURES, WALL
CASES. SILENT SALESMAN SHOW
OASES, SODA FOUNTAIN COM?
PLETE, MIRRORS, HUMIDOR,
BOOKKEEPER'S DESK, ETC., ETC.
We will sell at S3? East Main Street,
FRIDAY, JUNE 28,
at 1 >:30 A. M..
12-foot Onyx Soda Vountaln, with 14
fool B*ni Counter, Extracts, Flavors. I
etc.; two handsome 30x19 feet Wall.
Ot s-rs. with Light Brackets and Mir?
rors: one Glass Pipe Case, one Glass I
Cigar Case, three Consols, one O.is
Lichter und Pedestal, ."ix?1- Window
Hacks, 14-loot Panel and 'Rays Hunt!- >
dor. three Tee Cream Chairs and TablOS, j
cn>' Standing Desk. etc.
These are a very handsome set of j
fixtures. Should be seen to be aipptru- I
Sal.- positive. TERMS: Cash. Goods
to be removed on Monday. July 1.
VIR?! INI A AUCTION CO..
Auction Sale of
NO, 702 BACON ROAD.
Eight rooms and nil conveniences,
"seventy feel of ground.
ON THURSDAY. JUNE 27. 1912,
at 6 .. clock P. M .
on the premises, we will offer th?i above
property at auction.
GREEN & REDD.
By McClure-Davenport-Taylor Co.;
Real Estate Agents and Auctlorroers,
1>1 North Eighth Street.
We will offer at public auction, on
TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1912,
al 5:30 P. M?
those three four-room frame tenements
In Jackson Ward, known as
Nos. 501, 503 and
505 Cabell Street
These tenements ire good renters,
and rent for 130? p> r annum.
TERMS; Reasonable, and announced
.Me 'LURE-DAY ENI" ?ET-TAYLOK CO.,
Wm. B. Pizzlnl Co.,
R'.3l Estate Auctioneer*,
East Main street,
< .MMI.-MmNEE.s' SALE
DESIRABLE FHajiK STORE AND
DWELLING, NO :'.2'"' SOUTH LAU
...m. .Vi'RW?T, CONSISTING OF
STORY: AND DWELLING OF POUR
ROOMS. EXCLUSIViE OF BATH.
WITH STABLE ON REAR OF LOT.
Pursuant to a decree of the Rich?
mond Chancery Court, in the suit of
Mary L. Scklueter, who sues, etc., vs.
.lohn it. Schlueter et als., entered June
10, 1912, the undersigned sp.-cia) com?
missioners ?.-.?ill sei; by public auction,
on .the premises, on
THURSDAY, JUNE .'7. 1915,
at 8 o'clock P. M.,
the real* estate, 'No, n.o South Laurel
.-tree:, U.io 1?! freniilig sixteen tio>
feel Ihi Wesl .tide uf Laurel Street;
und running buck between parallel
, lines p| . hundred and thirty-five iis.v
feet, ior? ut less, to en alley twenty
I I fe. , w;d(i,
This |i| >,r.i. should attract the at-'
ftny one tiesiring a good
i- ?? . .. i dwelling, <>? we|l as inves?
tors ... idle hinds,
TER Mil Cne-lhind fusii, and the bai
: < "e o> ?. e |ual instalments, evi
ot:.>i'i . |ha pipamlssory iioies of the
pnrehae<V with interest added, pay
(l.iid <>; ?. v. nnd iwoive months after
dale i.I ..<?:.- and tilie to he retained
i>y lha OQUT-I uaHl the -purchftte price
is fUllV paid, mr for- all cash, at the
p-jmah of tu. putyhafter.
This i.ri.,i?ri>' Is sold subject, -)o a
deed af ITU 1 ?'f t!,?'?? ..-e-i the '.merest
jfherenn fpoffl APfli V I8jl
CrE >HGK i Hi'iltpiJH.
RIIOOrfttVB ib Ol IG Ii EAMB
i earl I? v J?l*t lhe iu-ui? ^?(ittircrd br
i. e. above tifef.rfY; <>f ah,* sneajai own
inlssionoP* has ?t.i-on ?*.uiv gl??il
iLVt-r. nnrtvf mv hf.,;i fhli put day
?f lima, [jls.
Tesle:-?ttL$a. ft tUvIILiiB;
auction &?!r?, jHitnr? Dapo
^56SlSfis3To5?E i t s^sale ?
VALUABLE TRACT OF 341 ACRES
ON ROCKFI?H RIVER, NEAR HOW
Pursuant to a decree of Hip Chan?
cery Court oJ tho city of Richmond,
in the suit of Flournoy et als, vs. Vir?
ginia Steel, Iron and State Company
ut als., entered on the l.">th day of -May,
lj'l?, we wil, offer lor s.C- at public
auction, in front of the post-Ofllce at
WEDNESDAY, JULY 1", 1912,
at 2 o'clock P. M..
that certain tract Of land |n Atbcmarlo
county, va.. lying on the waters ot
Rocknsh River a,nd the turnpike road
lead tuts to ilu wanisviiie. adjoining tnc
luitus of Fehwlck, Bona-urant, I'onton
and others, containing toy a recent sur?
vey mau? o.i June .. 1912, by F. W.
.-?wan, 311 acres, and being tue same
land which was conveyed to the \ ir
ginia Stiel, lion and S.ate Company
troth Ii. t.'. Harlsook, trustee, by died
dated Ft bruury 20. 1*91, and recorded
in the clerk's office of A&einarie coun?
ty, in D. B. :?5. page 58. A plat of the
said survey can be- seen at tnc store of
-Mr. Jos. K. Irving, at llowardsvllle.
This is a very deslraible und valuable
tract of land, und is well located,
fionting on the llowardsvllle Turn?
pik< and i uniiing bock to tin Rockllgh
River, and has un it a large quantity
of chestnut and other valuable Umber.,
TERMS: Oiut-t.htrd icash. and Wie
balance at six and twelve months, the
purchaser to execute notes for the
deferred payments, with Interest from
the date of sale, and title to he re?
tained until all the purchase money
is paid and conveyance ordered by the
court; oi all cash, at the option of the
c. .V: u. train leaivlng Richmond at
1" o'clock will reach llowardsvllle In
time for the sole. Train leaving Hew
ardsvllle after the sale reaches Rich?
mond at ',: 10. I
Any further information desired can
be obtained from ihe commissioners
?r from Jos l\. Irving, at Howards
W. p. CA ROW EEL.
WILLOUOIURY NEWTON. JR..
t certify that the bond required by
t'.:-- above decree of the special com?
missioners has been duly given.
i Even under mv hand this th - 17th
day of June, 191,2.
Teste: OHAS. O. SAVTLLE.
Cassel man ?- Co..
the Fsrm Stock Auctioneers.
DESCRIPTION OF A
EINE MOCK AND DAIRY FARM. '
TO BE SOLD RY
PL BI.K3 AUCTION.
WEDNESDAY. JENE 1012.
at 10 o'clock A. M?
? >n the premises of MR. CASS. at Earn
cllffe, Wiritcrpock. Chcsterlleld county,
on the main road from Petersburg to
Amelia, being time and a half miles
front Winten ock railroad depol. nine?
teen miles from Petersburg, twenty
live mibs from Richmond, and easily
approached by good auto road.
We will first offer the farm of 88614
acres, In one lot. on easy terms and
long time, giving an opportunity of|
securing one of the most beautiful old,
homesteads in the Stale with very little i
outlay. There are
il'ii acres of growing timber, now!
ready and convenient for mill, there he- j
lug at least half a million feet of lum- j
her, thousands of icords of wool, thous- ,
unds of cedar posts and railroad ties
and inu, h pulp wood.
Lie, acres of open land, seventy acres ?
in fair state of cultivation. j
I'm acres open grazing land, thirty
acres ol corn and oats, nice garden,
plenty of fruit. I
THE Hot'sE?A large colonial home
of sixteen rooms, in good state of pres?
ervation. In a lovely oak shadi .
Barn. 80x30, nearly new, and ample
Also 150 acres of timber and grazing
latil, on the south side of the N.-w
Bridge Road, containing fifty acres of
good, rich, black bottom land, level and
nicely watered: no Improvements, but
has large quantity ot ash. oak and elm.
Only two miles from siding and handy
for hauling. Will be sold on easy
terms, and the limber should bring
double th,- price the land Is now held at
Wo will also sell tin- personal prop?
erty, consisting of a choice Dairy Herd,
Horses. Mares. Calves. Ewes. Sows.
Poultry; all mo lern Farm Implements
and Machinery. All material for a
Wooden Hoop Silo, ready for - r, lion,
ten fe. t by twenty-six feet Fifty rod;,
of Brown Fencing, witli stays and tools
lo build. 500 feet Black \yulnut Lum?
ber: 2.0"h feet Board.
Also th,- complete equipment of cood.
useful Household Furniture, Dlnlng
Room and Parlor Furniture, Hie ap?
pointments of eight Bedrooms. Kitchen
ami Culinary Utensils, some Beautiful
?HI Paintings, RttrfTcd Rirds and Game,
Stoves and Ranges. Carpet Loohi; Car?
pets ami Rugs, Organ by Estcy, etc
TERMS: The farm. $2,500 cash, bal?
ance on long time. The 150 acres,
one-thlrl cash, balance on long time.
Personal property, ,-asb. Everything
for the high dollar, immediate posses?
sion can be had.
CASSELMAN" & CO..
Farm stock Auctioneers.
1018 East Mam Street,
Sale positive. 'Phone Monroe 190:'.
Electric cars leave Manchester termi?
nus of the Petersburg car line at S
o'clo k, change to Tidewater and West?
ern at Chester, and buggies will meet
the train on arrival at Wiuterpock
Parties will also find a good nlltO road
from both Petersburg and Richmond.
Is called to our auction sale oi" No. 200C
FRIDAY. JUNE 28TII, 1912.
at ii o'clock P. M.
_GREEN ft REPP.
Adjoins Ginter Park
1,600 Feet in Moss Side Ave., Ginter Park
Ho line Sites
Large Lots 100x200 Feet AH Improvements Easy Terms
Over 7.500 foot frontage. All lots of good depth; high class residential property. This beautiful property adjoining the hand?
some estates of Captain Luther Wright and W. T. Hood.
T. Crawford Redd & Bro.. surveyors, report this ground as being the most elevated within five miles of the city.
Liberal Concessions Offered to Buyers ot Large Frontage
Buy now while you can net the choice at prices that will double, treble in a short time. Don't wait for the lost, opportunity,
but grasp it now. Now is the time. ?
Many have 'kicked" themselves because they did not buy larger tracts in Ginter Park when the property was tirst offered for
sale. Suppose you had bought 500 feet instead of 100? How much would you have made? Wouldn't you like now to have a solid
block around the seminary grounds for $12.50 per foot?
We can sell you ground in solid blocks that will be equally as good in a short while. You can sell off what you don't want
at good profit. .
Free Sewerage to First Purchasers
TAKE GINTER PARK OAR LINE, FIRST AND BROAD STREETS, GET OFF AT STOP 30, WALK THREE BLOCKS EAST.
Barton Heights Realty and Finance Corp,, Owners
JULIAN C. ANDERSON ?Sc CO., Sales Agents
Our autos will gladly carry you. Salesmen on grounds every evening 3:30 to 6:30?COME.
.Auction fealrs, jfut?tf ?ap?
By .). Thompson Hi own & Co.,
1113 Main Street.
TRUSTEE SALE TO THE
TWO-STORY FRAME DWELUN'OS,
NO?. 11 AND 13 LINDEN. NEAR
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated
June 15, 1303. recorded in Richmond
Chancery Court, I>. B. 202-C. pat;.- 440.
t? the undersigned to secure the pay?
ment of a note therein described, de
tau kl being mailt, and being requested
so to <lo. I wlH s- U at puhlic auction, I
on the premises.
TUESDAY, JUNE 25,
nt ? I*. M . I
all these two lots of land) with two'
frame dwelljnsa, N".?s. li and 13 South
Linden Street, between Main and Oary
Sire ts. fronting 86 feet and extending 1
back eastwardly it 6 f< ct.
?ood paying property, with specu?
TERMS: Casn as to expense of snle.
any unpaid taxes, and to pay a -bal
ance flue on note of Jl.on:: (.'.. with in?
terest from .lun.* 15, 1312. and balance
in one year
P. A. r.ROWN. JR..
.T. THOMPSON RRrvWN CO..
By Charles A. Rose Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TiRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
LOT or LAND, WITH BRICK DWELL.
ING THEREON, KNOWN AS NO. 605
NORTH SEVENTH STREET'.
Ry virtue of a ee-rtain deed of trust |
to th.- undersigned trustees, dated De- :
comber 2?, 1910, duly recorded jn '
clerk's offl.f Chancery Court of the
city of Richmond, in D. B. 209-D, paare
110, default having bee.-n mad- In the
payment of the debt secured thereby,
and having been requested so to do by
ihe beneficiary, we will pieced to sell
at public auction, on Uf- prem!?
Tl" ESI >A V. JUNK 1912.
at 5 o'clock P. M..
all that lot Of land, with the brick
dwelling, No. 605 North Seventh Street,
and ill other improvements th*rcon,;
beginning 170 feet north of Leigh
Street, at the north line of a 20-fool
alley, and running north and fronting
on Seventh Street 35 feet 11 inches, and
back between parallel Hn:? 120 feet
to n 20-foot alley.
TERMS: Cash sufficient t.. pay off
and discharge note fo.r $3.00\ tvlth
Interest, said v',sts of executing this
trust: balance upon terms to be stated
ORDW \ V PULLER.
ARTHUR E. CHAPMAN.
CHARLES A ROSE <*0..
auction fealf?, jfuturt ?>aps
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
IMS Main Street
ATTRACTIVE MEDIUM SIZE DEE
DISTRICT BRICK DWELLING, NO.
s STRAWBERRY, NEAR FliOYD
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2?,
* r. m.
Nearly new, modern nr.d up-to-date;
s'.n rooms, two halls, hath and pantry;
lairobe hent and combination fixtures,
etc. immediate possession. Owner has
moved and it must he sold. Juat the
house |n demand for home or Invest?
ment 'Come and iret a bargain.
TERMS: Extra easy, and announced
First-class business property, ?n one
of best business streets. Price, 112.00 i
Annual rent. $1,200,
Money to Lend
At 59? interest, for three (>r five
year*. Borrower can ppay off or
curtail at any Interest period.
McVeigh & glinn.'
Money to Lend
Or. country and city real estate.
R. B. CHAFFIN ?- Co.. INC..
Twelfth and -Main Streets
SBital C?tatc for &alt.
BOULEVARD CORNER LOT,
Near Battle Abbey
Si" under market iprlce. A sure
mono-maker. See us Monday.
MOOREl'TELD & BLAKE,
?jn North Eighth Street.
250 250 250
Horses . Mules Horses
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY HORslS AND MULES TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION AT TTO
I Southern Stock Yards
? WBBNBSBAV, JUNE ??, W\i-.
Real C?tatr yot sale
10 aero?, with cabin, lb*twcen Ash*
lnud and Richmond; one mile to
electric line ; $ inn.
son nore?, fine farm land; threo miles
to It, F. & P.: enough wood and tim?
ber to pay for farm. $l''."")n.
FRANK II. CON. Asen:.
"On the ground*, and know the value
of farms between Richmond and Wash?
EICHT ACHES. NEAR
On ear line, with 12-room hou.se,
three baths, furnace; nne view; nice
orchard and shade trees,
A veritable bargain.
GOLSAN ?- NASH. INC.
5 1 Acres
Fertile, land, small dwelling; large
and numerous barns; young orchard;
on rural delivery route; wagon Ser?
vice to high .school; nine miles from
city; girav' led road. A liarj?n. Pr ce.
Three s^ts of buildings; long front
on graveled road; largo quantity ol
cordwood. limber and somi suitable
for lumber, fourteen miles from city
One mile from corporate limits: near
two ?trolley lilies; hous.\ six r^oms;
Isrge'bsirh and otlior outhouses. Prl i
Apply for f:-'e catalogue.;
r. b: ciiai kin & co.; inc.
_Twelfth ? r.d Mn, St r< et
Cary Street, near Allen
Nire building lot under market price,
if sold quick.
MOO RE FIELD & BLAKE,
2u North Eighth Street.
Kral estate .for ?alr
GROVE AVEfNUE CORNER,
Ten-room modern corner brick resi?
dence: Jot 85x180 feet to 20-foot alley.
M COR E V1 ELI > A RIIA KI
-" North I. iri-.Lli Street.
Ural c stair' cztiancm
If you have vacant houses on Haiti
ovor or Stuart Avenues, six or eigh
roomS; modern, and will tel! us a.i
them, we w;il have you a tenant. Wh
let your property stay Vacant, when
we can easily help you? It makes :i"
different?*; to us how many agents you
ore alioa'iv listed with, wje-nnly charge
f?r our feattUa
JULIAN C. ANDERSON & CO..
Basement American Bank Building.
Urai estate for ttrnt
In every section of our city and some
of the best suburbs.
See us personally nbout them.
A. .1. CIIRWXiXt; COMPANY.
Want us to rout It for you? We can.
We have a large list Of good people
who want us to get them houses. We
can easily rent yours. Don't permit
It to Stay vacant. GlVa us the Mttlt!
show JCOU give others, ami it- will he
.11' I.I A N c ANDERSON & CO.
Basement American Bank Building.
Collection of Rents
Epps-Epps & Co.
Beautiful Suburban Home
Adjoining Battery Courj- The dwelling; contains nine rooms, with collar:
also additional vegetable collar; attractive porches, all newlj painted. The
lot comprises two acres of land, with 320 fe'et frontage oh one of the principal
avenues, on which there are pretty hedges, ??riiaiiient.il trees and shrubs, in
o'ndlnK fruit tr?es, graipes and harries in .bearing: also well ecjufpptid pbuttrV
plant. Only eight minutes from First and Broad St.tvot.;. I'rlce for the whole
JS.noo, or will subdivide ps follows:
First?House, with lot B5V&X300 feet.$3,250.00
S.;rond?Let 75x300 adjoining above.,. 1,250.30
Third?Lot 76x300 adjoining above. 050.00
Fourth?Lot 75x300 adjoining above. 750.oo
Let us show you this prop<?rt>.
RUFPIN & SLOAN.
so!? East .Main Street.
WEST BROAD STREET (Southside)
ONLY $200 PER ACRE FOR QUICK SALE.
Four guiles weM of city limit, A good farm, with li-room dwelling and
THE BUST miOAO STREET PROPERTY FOR THE PRICE.
TWO WEST END IlWELLTXOS.
Pi'ioe, $a..ioo, Rents inio. A 12%
MAIN RTftRWT ?Willi,
>'ear TVvl-lfiil 'Iftpeet, 1 Onty J?O.000,
lo rlcw i>u peta'te.
Fo'll? milos weal 11., F, *, P, $30.) pc.r
EAST ENI 1 a11rbaoe,
? Tfi per acre and up.
kown & Company.