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?staATBST WANT AND BUBAL ?*
?ATM HKDIVH IV VIB0IN1A, AMD
?** THB BEST IN AMKBICA.
Want Ad Rates
Daily, eae eeat per were whea paid
?a advaaee. *e A4, uata Car tees taaa
?ae aaA ess-half eests a war? all
ysastoeattoaa ose*** sitaattea nested
?to Saadey. Sitaattea W aated. aar rest
? war A. *? Ac. suaday takea far l?aa
taaa aft era rests.
>>? Ada. takes taw teas taaa twesty
rests waea skewed to as charged
?* the sweater.
Pause orders aut swarasteed.
CteaalAratteas aet gnsrsatced after
? ?AS P. At.
Ver haslaees esatraeta. seed far tke
w*?? Ad. Mae. pbeae kteaase ?.
Jtilati ttuu jrouuii
aaSV. 'tU BARTON' hbights.""a
HuA-jrd watch, t.'ase number
?B*>Aj; works iiuruoer tUasB. r laear
A?l. 11turn to Tiii. HEKRACO
* Coi'.NTY oas co.. and receive re
_ward. ? _ _
U?-i. uji STIt.VyED. FROM ~IMS
VVtrit tlracs Street ?11 Tuesday, a
sinful ilia.-., tee terrier. Howard. No?
tify Mi. NORalAN ?a Ol H. B..iry a;
uotrr. "l.vkok-?lim;~coLU e FcmT
Answers "Lacl. 1 Keuaia if return?
ed to DR sycle. ISf 1--' V\cU
IwSJ. at pair OROUNDS, silver
oeit buckle, c-nsraved "U. tj. ?.'. Be
ward if returned to West Grace.
X.OST, ~1N B?RT?N height*.' a
Itov.ail gold waleh t.'ase n.inbtr
9fc04.~. u vi-Ka number 22X0*4). i'iud
er return t.j Hr;.\uiCO COD NTT GAS
GO., ttarlon iieignu, and receive re
Aft Id tAASUlAt*, At?dU
WANtKD. FOlt V. K. AHM Y. ABLE*
hod.ea, unmarried] men, o-iween ages
o? is and s;, cUlsoasat Lmted states-,
sr guoii character sad ttuipurelv iiao.
Its. who can speak, read and ?;.ie
the t:.*:.i>..-i language. For informs*
?Son, apply to ?. .. u.liiig Olucer, gitl
E. biu?O, Richmond, Va, j
Wanted, fh-ty white and col- '
ore-i m?-n ar.u rjoys to work in cur- :
sei/. ?. t. llooD it Co.. Giuier
Par*. _ j
Shovel work at ?a-ma. N. C ?\aaea.
li.il? Oer day. Ueekiy pay. riant.*.
? LAHuit^A (teoera. Coairacaora
? anted. a^AEli^iTRSE" fc^^IN7
valid EObueb.au. Apply, between t
and h il? p at, to-uay at 3 West
w* ANTED, men am/ boys' only
s.iops la BOetnern .-t?te? that fui.y
?guips one for- automobile trade,
n. ...y positions open. < AKOLl.sa
AC'TQ hC?OOLti Ciwirlotu. at c.
XT rO? WANT stork. ceerk'ae
or BMckaaleal, aypiy ABItCAtlCAN
LaBOB ?^i<L.AV, ?u Nonn Nlnta
V a.MiJD. job f'HK^ma.v 7?H A
tear weeks' a-orK. 'IKE KRa.nkEIN
Fl:!..-.- Cu. I tter. L i:?. Va. _
I Wanted, nitsf-?'L\.-s barber
Ai i>iy :30? East Eroad.
WANTED.~A?IBITioEs' lOtJNO Mali
t'. t- .-o!'. l.a-ritns sale?;naa, a..-i
?ans while th-y itarti. Write lor
rtrttcuiars BltADSTREET iVsTEH.
schestsr. x. y._
I wantedT experuenVeeTdr~.Cu^ts~
xnt:i tu automohlle work for Kich
iricnd. Va. and Torfe, Ph.. faclori^e.
Apply to KLINE MOTOR CAR COK
POBATlpN. Tsjrfe. Pa. _
WANTED. TlRST-CL?^a EX>e~^
rier.ced b'ltler with *ood referen. e*.
Apply Wednesday and Tbursaay
mo.iiins.t s?it> West Franklin ftireel.
S3UU4U0R9 UxiRUa, j4?4U
I IkaNTEI),'' SITUAttOJv"^ iV OFFICE
witn come drm or corporation or as
shipping clerk, by a y>ung man Is
yeors old, aell educated, of gooa
?aolts. sober and lnausLriou*. For
Hormatioa. jo.'.v or write to w. o
?pitRaWlAAA <-are Frauki'n Caro
I city sa lesman obT coeeect?r
with ovu horse and bussy open for
position. E la., care Times
I EJp t.iTle?.Ced_TraVEL3ng sales- '
man desires position in U'cnmi#nd as
at] s-iltsmHii or office work. S.?i-L.b
MAN. 4'?m Nurtn Twelfth Strtet.
t?clp cuautro t-fmdir
I COCK " WAXTED IN FAMILY IN
eub".rbs. Phone Madis.n K'-'^b-L
Icod'k wanted.-TELEPHONE MAlI
I cook WANTED. AprLY Z*2t w'E^T
I WANTED. A COMPETENT ladt WHO
Is aecesteaiwl to colored help for a
petition as houE'deeper ;n smaU
bot'.i. Mate ?(r, experience an-1
aalary expected in first tetter to J.
w. 1VEY. Florence. s c._
I tJGQGEBt ?r ADC ATE. SCHOOL
Brinripal. wishes pupilis to coach, or
would teach in private family. Hours
any rnv after 4 P. M. Kates reason?
able, references. Address G 4?. care
I 0GM SCHCK>L GRADUATE HOLDING
a Virginia certificate wishes *o- -
ernejs position; had two years' ex?
perience in Massachusetts and Vir
Cinia schools. h? St references Ad- !
dr- as box 3?. Asaonet. Maas. ,
*?flp, is?iic *r? innalr 1
I W'XK'f ED." KVERTBODV TO HEAR
Judke Rutherford. i;f New York, de?
liver his serirT on "Where Are the
Dead?" at the Lubin Theatre Sun
Bay afternoon at :. S*ctecfe> ?eats ,
free. No coilt <*ti-?n. j
*^^1estl???arKark of VlrxmlaT " j
Richmon<l. V?.. .-e-ptrmher 1. 191Z. i
h'OT.i'K?THE NATIt'NAL ilANK OF,
Virgm'a. located at Richmond, in tbe :
State sf \irfCinia. i:> CSSSASSJ up
a ft .>;:!? AH not?-holdere an<1 otne-ra -
creditors of said association, srs
bt-reby notified V* pr^r^nt ide r<".?i
sad other ?.ieisne as^inal said a?So
C-ation ftlr payment.
w. si. ADDISON. C*?Mer
Dst-'l ?? Hiot.-r.-jaJ Va.. AuS. 30. l?;2.
FIRE' FIRE' "j
tkf YOt" HAVE OOwBJ Tr? flWB ETAT?
P'air f?r eatertainm-nt. ,.if?':n^i-uri
or b^rsal: ^. <! not fail %tt cafl on
the Sou?b<-rn Kir< i re., t.: otj at:., >p- -
ei^lt- Carpor.-ti.?n. wt.-.x int- -- i?.? *
Ox h faOt ?* m th<-- anrlbcast .oit:.r
?f the lasteetrtel B*.Udtng. Tisero
son a ilf i~ saown ^?>? t ? nl ai d
e>t:ngst?h fttoa with tb' lra#t d-in'
age aad K!..t?l . j .?.?di?iwri R~
s*r< to rOt ur pit - st a Maxla*
ntesk?a> ?t 1' \ M ? 30 P.;
Bf. *a '"in< ^?l?> and Thi.redav ef r'alr .
W??k jus* sWtSSae ih? Indu^tTtal
B ?iMITUt. i"?r H?. tattle ?t*ll "?'"..
r;,|.f1M '? hold ?p?ota|?k?? ?U'i
Ow eStebtt till f". SOI'THErtN
> IUI. PREVENTION .>NI? >PE< IaE
TT rr?KPr>KATl"N. I"-' North Piffctn ,
Street. BRhmond. Va _
!|B5iirCrrTO THE fair PEOPLE?IF
yoti want to e?? fine frslt that
fmvi ia t ,e Stit? of Virglala. cosxe
to Ea?t Msrshsi: Etreet- |
^ANTEi*. THE i-CsvA^ Jo KNOW j
that jAKNKa BROS Jewelers >1S
Rast Mala Street, bay. solL osehassss,
?Ml REMOCXT DIAMONDS LWH? |
UT11 STTLE& OVI ?sei sad stl
eet vlways tehee ?r eseaaaoja_
r ANTPD. CTUNDEBS '* > "?
BJOtSIONT? MAOftNK WORK*. INC
tDRAL Vr^TTTLAT?B CO. PHONE
??II l lijf^-f^ Wtomt
Pm'nmHtf *LaT or P^cR OR nix
rms. wits all lib' iglsBSSS 11? I
v^-?t "t>trA Preaofa
to hundi? our goods; large commis?
sions; universal demand, write for
f.r?# , .?*??>?- STATE MAN AG Kit,
Ho*. II ?. Petersburg. Va.
RENTERS. take NOTICE ? WE HAVffi
. loaned more than one million dollar*
to buy home.. i;.?o per month. plu?
* per cent simple interest on yearly
balances, pay* for each $1.004) bor?
rowed. Owning a lot as security ?s
not necessary. We also have attrac?
tive Investment for your savings.
??IS'i. ?,r^?".H. OB Tn& STANDARD
HOME COMPANY, all Mutual Buiid
_tag, Richmond. Va.
11 AVK blMCX>vl3lJU> VAIeUAMafj JW?
poslta of a minleral having large torn
mere-la! demand. Engineers have ro
ported satislcctorliy on the proper t v.
Have orders already promised for
s-iitlclent of the ivoducl to insure
substantial pront I have not suftl
? (lent capital to handle the situation,
and w:li take in active or silent part?
ner with from $6.000 to llo.OOO. Ex?
cellent opportunity. Address K 1(9.
*'OR SALE. GOOD It KS tau RA nt
business, good will and futures,
only $ioo. in this growing city.
Owner says can make f*00 net an?
nually. Near main gate of greatest
shipbuilding plant iu the world. Btg
million dollars to be paid out in new
work here in next year. Great op?
portunity for increased business.
Write for particulars. tfOMMEK
VIl.LE trust CO. INC.. Newport
me rent ycu a good farm. You
ought ta ci'-ar fl,Mi per year; $5?0
necessary. It is the Congdon farm,
in Chesterfield County. Virginia. An?
dres,, o. g. eONOl>QN. Phoebus. Va.
*>ouuc?, &ti8 dim iiof mtou
?ltT" POULTEYMAN?IF YOU ARE
not s'.-ttlng eggs, don't blame tho
chicken?. Help them along by feed
1 ins CaaBaTa Laying Tonic. digos
a i:KADLI.S, l its East Franklin
Street, has It
FOR kali;, two brood sows and
twelv; p.Ks. ten weeks old. 1500
West Marshall. _
po"siK.? FOR fcVaU at toi'TUKRN
STOCK YARDS w ednea?ay and
Thursday, sub. and 10th a tine op?
portunity to select a wen-broken
pony, consigned by Montros* Pony
XatUOmOUlUB lor S?dit
foif &Al*E. automobile. S-PASSEN
Ser. gooj order, tuny equipped.
i-heup ;or cash. 162!> V\ est Broad.
wC\Nf ed."" FOB""four'" bit fi Ve
months, furnished apartment, con?
sisting o: two Dedrooms, sittinc
room and bath. with or wltho-it
men Is, West of First .Street. Frank?
lin preferred. Address FoSTMla
TRESs?. Ben Air. V? _
GENTLEMAN " WANTS ^ROOM AND
i-oaid. can only pay IZJ per calen?
dar inoiitu G 33. care Tuuea-l'is
WANTED. BY~?~ TEACHER *IN THE
schools, a room In the city or
burns, w ith or without ooard. Ad
atrasS, staling locution. MI.-- E., 1
Cnwardin Aur.ue, South Richmond.
inn^TiisTi nfut'tif triiT" buy"
household goods cd any kind and
any amount. Pnone Madison 190S.
WANTED. bO'i OLD FEATHER BEDS,
also old-time antique solas, tables,
sideboard*, chairs, bureaus, d- s/.s.
china brasses, mirrors. Jewelry ?
anything old. J. B. BEARD. It
West Main. Madison ?307. _
WANTED]-TO-BCf A l&f~aF~\SECT
on?-h?bd uianuoids or steam radia?
tors. Ad?rese i tk AM, G SI. care
SHIP IN ANT" QUANTTTY IRON,
bones, rags, oraBf. metals. Junk of
any description to SOUTHERN
WRECKING AND METAL CO.. No.
34,00 WUliamsourg Ave._I
?? A-Vi tu. iU oi. ? t UK CAA?*.
household goods In any queasily. I
Inon. iiMHOi 2&Z1- j
LESSER. THE LADIES'" TAILOR, |
the only one in town who makes S>j
specialty cf altering all kinds Sfj
ladies' gaimeiita into the latest!
f.sh.on* Every garment altered In'
my establishment Is done under myj
l-ersonal supervision. Prices very'
n.odei-ai-i and. work satis-'actory.
The Raleigh Avpartmenis, tornerj
Harrison andV Franklin. Phone
Madison t523. w_j
v\ EAR A sT*IKELLA CORSET FITTED j
by eine of our trained corsetiera :
SPIRILLA CORSET Hi'ir1. 31. East'
Grace. Mrs Cornelia Moore. Man?
.rPRETTY LITTLE GIRL BABY. PER
lectiy healthy, seven months old.
will be given for adoption to re
eponsible person. Call at ioo West
Clay Street. Telephon? Madision j
the MOST REASONABLE LADIfcS
tailor la town .a H. SCHOSTOCK.
BN Nortb F.ftk Street, near Grac^r.
s. goldburg. ladies' tailor,
formerly with k a l' i'm an > a
co.. will take orders at re?
duced rates during the faik
week. Perfect fit glakan-j
teed. 202 north first street, j
phone monroe 3131.
SPECIAL PRICES DURING FAIR
Wc k by J. KATZ. 2?? North F?fth
WIIKX Pt NEED OF rVBLfC ste
no r i-hrr j.h?-t:e Monroe Iii. (.?roce j
?51 Mutual gbsiMdssg.
UX SCfTS FOR OUT OF TOWN CL'S
tesssetrg win be made to or.ter ir. twen
?: -four h?-urs J. katz. ;<>?? North,
Flft . Street j
HTTeAN Hair BOUGHT AND sold
.?t Hr--.HKS"S. re? North Third. _
MV UBK "i i>:.iI ntal st?sjgj and!
csr;-ets J:st recaived. My prices
sresfar l??l>?? >-t!ier competitors. A
b?a Ufa: .??>!;.? tton of hand-made <
!<??? en <-..'d i:n?ns nd novel- j
Uea on hand Give me a call, ever I
r- dv to vs't on v.-j and please
A. G. YARID. 317 Nortb Filth
Bni Cststf rsx &rnf
il aVk a" k??<?n'd rijti&wX for'rkx"?
for atorag? purpciw-a ?*ti*4: rati.
road siding If int^reated klndlr
rail ?ti o? D TOXINION hide AND
IT ft ? OMPANT. S-vcnieeuth aad
WANT KD. TD?XT "" FOSl GOOD,
well-equlpaed firm one mile from
depot; Sil country conveniences Ap?
ply St ?vficv-, with references. L 1*2. ]
houae or raasag aad board. OtsSar
Park. Was* End or salact_aaisrk>ar
b*?<?d with redned surround lag a. best
refeewacas given. G St. care Tlssto
UBT TOUR /ARV Wmt i. A.
STEULT A CO.
" FATMVt S5 LEFT J J
What promlnfrit American?
answer TO l H?TKaDAV'S Pl'ZXblS
; jF tt *iU__
STEIFF PIANO. WORTHY Of'aTTEN
tie-n of a : ipil. Term* easy, price
t-xtrtineiy low FERGCSSON bko?,
211 Was* Broad street, beyond Jcf
lerson streit. Piano factory.
mi'iuHcIcle? -jiw i?:l?i>7^w
and itcung-i,ai.j. repairing of an
?lud3. 1 ifMPr, 3.'. West Broad.
Kult wagons go to richardson
URO?, kit Brock Avenue, painting,
repairing and ruobc-r-tire work.
FOR SALE. ONE LOCOMOTIVE TYPE
boiler. 12?-hor?epower; eight-loot
I u mace. Mill Ha? lung slao. fully
equipped._vv^ .s. I'OKbtib a co._j
For; ?25 CHI.AI". Ai.L saaNDo OF j
sccona-nauu InSMgntlTll tool*, alao I
ti Unas and auit cases. App*y to '
jii^.Ni.U BROs.. i.?? East Halo
sdyasi. Sjaa noru&ers._
FOR SALE. DURING FAIR WEEK.
Sals?iui> ougt.te, aCoi open b~ggy.
|ge; runaooui*. gsd to 111?, fcie^i an J
r^boei urea. on>.- U?<u trdaa, ?">>?
tSfas grocery u. fco::t. }3? eaoa; one
trap, sea; one tig at surrey, un?
larra wagon, gAs* un? us a tau,
somolk.ng lo au.t you. mos. it.
lil'at, oc CO.. ?u? orouae Avenue.
for SALE one RUBBER-TIREd!
trap, fc'.ou as new, sea; one ruboer
tiieu i.,p buggy. jtiu. ruoaor-ured
lnnaovui, ?*a; one suei-tirc, top
base/, goou as new, 14a. A.
MsjaaUVa SuNS. ?21 Last Cary ,
WE BUY. SELL, RENT AND Ex?
change secoud-har.u machinery or
every description, including oo.lcrs,
e-r.g.ne*. tawtuil, anu woodworking
mSCtHnery. Everytb.ng aoid guaran?
teed. 1. BLUFOi:D at' CO., taigVel cast
Ca. y Street. ^ i
iSTEINW? V PIANO?a FIRST-CLASS '
piano. Baea used, of aoutse. but a
i/ajgain. FERGUSSON BROS.. 211
Weal LroaJ uect. beyond Jclteruou
Street. Piano factory.
for s-aLl, run.vlout! high '
grade, in fne order. j180. Will
uvnioiinratc. F A RIDOUT. Giater
! Park, raune Madison 740??-J.
NO. 6 REMINGTON TYPEWRITER
cheap; perDct condition. Address,
g 2%. care Times-Dispatch.
DON' T~~F Ai L~to VISIT ME Y EB7s" EX- |
- hi bit in the Industrial -?all. Every?
thing in buggies, surreys and wagons.
A meyer'S sons, III Eaat Cary |
Ft?ST?LE. PEONY ROOTS. 10 CENTS
each, 7 dollars a hundred. 1211 j
North Fifth Street. !
Rosin* an sunt
at ?14 East Clay, central._:
1hree LARGE. BRIGHT. ATTRAC-j
tire connecting rooms, one furnished.
two unfurnished, single or en suite; j
! second apartment- 201 East Frank
BRIGHT. ATTRACTIVE ROOMS. 14
North Sixth, east side of street.
FOR RENT.- NICE SINGLE ROOM. 1
furnished, convenient to bath, for
gentietran. Apply g West Franklin
FOR RENT. BRIGHT. COMFORTABLE
rooms. ?Iii North Eighth
SASHl taCBi lU A"I 43ctU
modern dwelling in West End, well i
located and in first-class condition. :
Party leaving town; win sell for ?
small cash payment and balance 1
esf te:-ms. Address L 153, care ,
Times.Dispatch. _ __ j
for RENT! TRUCK AND STOCK !
farm of 350 acres, ten miles of Rich- :
mond: nine-room bouse and out- i
AHlildlngs in good cond'tion: nice :
orchard. Apply B. T. TALLEY. 70s ;
East Clay Street. Richmond, Va.
FOR S?LE.~GROCERT STORE. CEN
traf locat'on; rents for $3?. includ- ,
ing basement for coal and wood. Ad- ?
drese g 33. care Timts-d'spatch. j
i HAVE A LARGE. SELECT LIST OF I
old Colonial homesteads, poultry,
fruit, dairy, grain, stock, truck and
tobacco farms: also some choice
water front properties and timber
landa Some of these farms are ot- :
fared at bargain prices. Write or ;
call for catalogue. THEO. ?APKE. j
Main Street Bank Building. j
OME AP EST storage IN CTTT. si
aar lead. Store your furniture, bug?
gies, automobiles, pianos ai rOMP
KLNS. 337 West Broad._
10c. REBATE IF Ye U BRING SHOE
v lta this coupon. Mea s shoes half- ,
soled. Ma* rebated to sec; ladles' j
halt -oi-s. sOc. rebated to 5Sc. Ev?ry ,
pair sewed. best .eatber. no aaUs. ao i
pega Heeilng. tec DREW's EL EC- j
TRIC SHOE FACTOR.. 71? East .
Maia Phone Monroe 3447.
TO le3cd ON DIAMONDS AND
watcbos at Nea York rates *
JACOBS a SON. N? Nona Nlsti
O U COUNTRY COUSINS.
TOt; ARE WELCOME AT COSBY'S
Paint Store, where you can get a
quart of Stag floor ttain for 40c
that wl'U make your floors more
?eautif .1 than ; ou ever dreamto of. ,
COSBT'S TAINT STORE. 3:! West
Hroed. Monroe 303*.
A LADIES' DELIGHT, j
NICE FLOORS AMD A CLEAN HOUSE
Call Monroe S120 for hows* cleaning,
waxing aad stainiag floors, rtssse
Ing old stains aad re finishing floors.
"FTXE CPHOUreSOMO AMD RAT
YO^jrAT^^AXR^ dj CL^B
that h as Aoaa properly, so
WE REPAIR AMD
?CROPS ARE GROWN
Never Before Has Soil Yielded
So Bountifully to the
Washington. October s.?Xaver before have
the great terra! trope of the I/n!;ed Stete?
been Bo bountiful aa those ot thla year.
Record* of production tor almost every
cereal have b?en eurpaaaed. in aom* io
itamvs by mlllloni! of bushels.
The October crop report ol tue D'-panment
of Agriculture, issued to-day. shows spring
wheat , r.??<. barley. rye Sag bay. all iiave
exceeded the best record productions, while
the erupt of vorn and potatoes from present
irdicatlous also ?11: be the greatest evei
Hpaeking of thla great ?h??lng made h*
the country's farmers. James Wl'.aon, Secre?
tary ef Agrikultur*, to-day aald:
"The crops ir? th* h?avieat on record. T!ie
reason haa .?,0 favorable, but SSSM credit
ig due to tbe wide efforts mud.- In KM
yeais by tb? Federal government and the
States to he.p farmers I iruug>efc: Iks coun?
try to get SSttaf returns from the awrage
"Twenty eight miiiion bASSM v'. literature
hsve been sent out by the department In
addition to th* SdvMet iruir. ISJt > tat ions
along th*?c .Ine?. fco the BsTSSera ha\e been
helped In rrodu^lns th'lr rt -ord-breaklng
The feaiefeg of tbt KspOSI are the enor?
mous harvests sf corn, oats and spring
wheat Men than -.?w? 'XsvjOO busbela of
com. SABjSM ! Wi.WMA bu*li*!s of oats, and
:*'?.'<??.???( bushels of spring whaat have been
*.-o?n. Th* states la the Northwest are
harvesting the greatest crops ever grown
"It looks as !f we wont have to Import any
potatoe* this :ear." aald Secretary Wi:?on In
commenting on the record potato crop. In?
dies ttoas are that the farmers will have
lfi.aw.ew bushels more potatoes tUs year
than law. when, by reason of the short crop,
large quantities war* imported from Europe.
EDDY TRUST VOID
Nullified Under Statute Limiting!
Incomes From Religious
Boston, October ?.?.V truat estimated at
S2,flC?.<e?. created by the wil: of Mrs. Mary
Baker G. Eddy, founder el the Christian
Science Churv-Ii, foi the benefit of tbe de?
nomination, was declared void by the Mas?
sachusetts Supreme Court :o-day. The court
holda. however, that a charitable trust haa
been created, and thai new ir-jsteea may be
appointed to administer it T ie trust area
to bees been administered by the director*
of the mother eaarch in Boston, but the
court decided the trrgt provisions were
nuiMfled under UM statute limiting
the amount of income from bequest* to re?
ligious organizstions to $;?>:?> annually.
The court dismissed the MH brought by
the contesants of the ML who alleged the
teachings of Christian Science were sgabsSt
public polier- The contestants, however, are
efven tktrt* days in which to bring in ad-,
ditlenai evidence to support their claim. |
MBS. BOWERS. 115 EAST FRANK- .
lln. good rooms, with best board.
WANTED. TO RENT NICE ET FUR-1
nishec! room, with board; also table'
'boarders wanted. Apply 1717 Park
vt^^fRE SOW DISPLA Y1 NG~OCR
full line of millinery aiH ready-made
garments. Latest exclusive shapes
in trimmed and untrimate-l hats. All
kinds of millinery nor.Kies; new !
end up-to-date fall aa] winter
suits; costs, dresses; alt rations free.
Save money and b ;> from MRS.
JULIUS BEAR. 1423 East Main
Jcr, Coal and CCioou
J tffcT PHONE TO^ M^^VVHEiS TOU |
need wood or coal. I sell tbe free '
burning kind; It gives heat, aad yon I
don't have the worry trying to get
? quick meal it takes coal and less ,
time. Try me. Long. The Wood 1
Man. Madison BJWt_j
COLD WEATHER IS COMING; ORDER j
your wood by the load and save re?
tailers' profit. Phone Monroe WBk !
Thei""Chesapeake aid Ohlo~ Railway
Office of the Secretary. 71 Broadway.
New Tork. September 13. 1S12.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
th*. annual meeting of the ctockhold- I
ers of the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail- '
way Company, for the election of
directors end for the transaction of
such other business as may lawfully
come before the meeting, and for the
purpose of considering all action
heretofore taken or authorized by
said board of directors, or by the
executive committee of the company,
which may be submitted to t.ie meet?
ing, wl.ether for tbe purpose of. or
in connection with, or in contempts*
tion of an:- of th* matters aforesaid,
or otherwise, iucludine tbe lease. !
dated tbe 3th day of April. 1*12. be?
tween the Island Creek Railroad
Com'?*?}, a corporation duly organ?
ized and existing under the laws of
the State of West Virginia, and the
<?;-? -apeak- and Ohio Railway Corn
pan;, will be held at tbe office ../ tbe
company, in the city of Rlcli-nond.
Va.. on Tnesday. the ;;d dav of Oc?
tober. I Si:, at 11 o'clock A. M
The stork transfer hook* will he j
closed st the oSsc > sf the company. ;
No. 71 Broadwav. New Tork. on Frt- ,
?lay. the fourth fttbi dav of October.
1S13. st 3 o'clock e P. M.. snd will he
reopened on Wednesday, the twenty
third t :;d 1 dny of October. Mas* at 1
lb o'clock A M
Pr order of tbe heard of riirrctor*.
THE CHESAPEAKF. AND OHIO'
P. tlLB AT COMPANY.
By Jas Stewart MacKlc. ?cercary. j
~~m A KTATKI) COMMUNICATION j
W ..f Metropolitan Lodge. No. 11.
/W A . F. A A. M.. will he held It
toe >i??ori|.- Temple THIS (Thursdavi
Ai rlRNOON. October I*. 1*12. at S 3*
o'eWk Memhera of sister lodge* end
transient brethren ere cordially In?
vited. Work In the master's degree.
By order of Ute Worsbipfni Master.
W. a. WATKTNB,
th A *PE?~IAL COMMUNICATION
axlBae of Temp!- Lodge. Xa ?. A-. P
/*efV A A. M.. will be held la the M?
sor.tc Temple THIS (Thursday? EVE
NTNa at 4:29 o'clock Mesa hen of
sister lodges sad transient hrathrea
are fraternally Invited to uatte with
By order sf the Wersblpfsl Master
ALEX W. ARCMsTR.
vTfgM?la Ralfwaw sad
ist BkisTssr. J
beaSetitaeT f7. V
THE BOARD OT DIRECTORS Of
asaas RalOway aad Psast Ossapasry
has ?bis day AWIarrl a etvtdewd mt
was per east, sqaal ta saw daSksr far
1 the cseassea stack sf sssd
sapmaSa ea Ossekai ?E Iflj
as stsrkkaMsrs mt ft"
7. His. Tws tri
will ass he ihm Ott
1 wRl ah
How State Banks Grow
STATEMENT PRKPABF-D BY THE STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION,
RANKING DIVISION. ?HOHINO THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OP
THE S4? STATE BANKS DOING Bl ?INESS IN VIRGINIA AT THE
CLOSE OP BlblNBSS SEPTEMBER 4. ISIS.
L Loans and discounts.?H,*JS><Z4 ??
5. Overdrafts . 116.476 3*
8. Bonds, securities, etc., owned. Including premiums. ?.5dJ,C?7 6ft
4. Banking houses. I 767.640 01
6. Other real estate owned.? awSjIii 04
C Furniture and lixtures. 536.371 54
7. Exchanges and .-hecks for next day's clearings. 359.036 II
8. Other caah Items. U,'t*' *7
9. Due from national Lank?. . MamlM 48
10. Due from State banks, private bankers and trust companies 1,217,435 48
11. Paper currency .$1,801.361 00
12. Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents. 44,732 62
13. Gold coin . S03.177 li
14. Silver coin . ?34.018 87
Total cash.2 ?"Jg .J
11. All other Items of resource.? 1
Total reaource..?77.984,67? 37
!. Capital stick paid in....116,370.330 07
2. Surplus fund. 5.401.921 39
3. Undivided profits, less interest, taxes and expenses. 2.18t.237 11
?. Dividends unpaid . 3,333 01
:?. Individual deposits subject to check.126.365.485 62
U. Savings deposits . 18.513.76? 51
7. Demand certificates of deposit. 3.58L518 ?5
5. Time certificates of deposit.?. 8.006,056 51
X Certified checks . 1?1.3?? 6?
10. Cashiers' checks outstanding. 125.628 75
Total deposits .?. 56.712,677 36
It. Due to national banks .??. 357.634 01
12. Due to BheAS bank*, private bankers and trust companies.. 7<fl.2&l 5?
13. Notes and bills rediscounted. 55?.637 87
14. Bills payable, including certificates of deposit, representing
in >n< y borrowed . 966,980 54
1? All other items of liability. 864,986 ?1
News of South Richmond
I South Richmond Bureau.
l?3? Hull Street.
I Phone Madlaon OS
, South Richmosders yesterday deserted tha
Southside for the Pair Grounds and added
' their share to the vaat throng that made
Richmond Day auch a auceesa Every thing
to make the trip to the grounda comfortable
??? done by the Virginia Railway and
Power Company. Extra ears were put on
both lines In the morning, and were run
through to tbe Pair Grounds, a courtesy
which waa grestly appreciated.
At the grounds the Fouthsiders never bad
a chance to get lonesome. On tha Midway
familiar facea confronted them. Three
shows which have proved a thorough success
are. from this section and eve ome folks
operstins them. At one end of the Midway
the Weaver boy, said to bave tbe largest
head in the world, was to be seen. At the
oth?r the Brockwe? babies, fatter than ever,
were en exhibition. Tit the exact centre of
tbe grounds ?ere shown a troupe of trained j
goats, kern, raised and educated In Chester- j
Held County. This section was Iii? well rep- !
reseated In a!! exhibits, many prises being |
taken down by Pouthslders.
Quiet la rat lee Circle*.
In eplte of the fact that thousands of I
visitors to the Fair Grounds transferred la
South Richmond yexterday from the steam
and electric lutes not s single case ef dis?
order wss brought to tha attention ef the
police, and not sn accident was reported. [
Special officers were detailed St tbe trans- 1
fer oolsts to Took out for strangers and te
direct them to their destination.
I One arrest was made durin? the entire
day. The unfortunate la question. Charles
, Bo.-h-r. of Chesterfield County, was taken
' Into custody on s charge of bel?g disorderly
j in Price's restaurant on Bull Street. Boaher
1 la alleged to have been Intoxicated, snd
while to this condition with feaing through
aad smashing a showcase. Re was balled
in te sum ef IlfO for appearance before Jus?
tice U. A. Maurice this morn lag.
To Teat Fa? f In Satturdakr.
Water will probably be turned in the new '
fountain In Washington Park for the pur?
pose ef testing H Saturday east Blag The
concrete vtrii nave dried aad the drain
aad feed pipes put in preparatory te laying
the bottom. The walls are one feet thick.
The basin Offi he twenrr-flv* feet tu diame?
ter, and will have a depth of th-ee feet.
Fish have been 8?cured hy Parkteeeper 3.
Laer Redford, aad win. with the squirrels
which have be*n promised, make the park
an attractive spot for the children.
Tbe park !? rapidly betng flxed up. Grass
has been plaited in the north end. The
?outh side will be given attention ss soon
as possible When next spring rolls around
Washington Park wt'1 be as pretty a spot
as- can be found In the eitr.
Auburg May Tmpcwve ajcs>ssSs.
Street improvements fbr tTie suburb ef
Woodland Heights wt!? >? t?e chief topic for
discussion befeee the meeting of the Oel?
sen! League, which wITT asatmM* to-night
la Weed's store. Twenty-eighth and Semaser
Avenue. The approaching winter, with the
atteadsnt bad weather, makes it Imperative
that something toward keeping the walk?
ways of the suburb in good condition be
To Mart MM! Delivery.
Delivery ef mall which has been sought
for nearly a rear by Woodland Heights will ]
begin next Tuesday. The beasts have been,'
numbered tn accordance with Instructions i
from the post-office officials, and the rltl- i
sens are now sttttns he-eh watting for the
familiar whistle of the pout man. Two d?
Ifevrlee wiTt be made In both Woodland
Belebt* and Fe reel Bill. Tn the rhraty
popuTated section adjaren? fa the suburb*:
ef the rltv one delivery a day will be made:
tn the presence of a large gathering of
frtends and relative?. Mise Battle War Bry?
ant, daughter o' *ejrv. Troehart Bryant. !sst
evealng st f-oi ?V1oc% became the bride of
fflarenea f. Paul The ceremony woe per?
formed st the Third Presbyterian Chun-b.
Richmond, with -he Rev. T. Brneet Wim?. ]
rector ef the Sf'Sde Memoria' gpH.opal ]
Church, aa the officiating rlergvmae.
j Mr. arid Mrs Paul 'eft en a wedding teurj
of Northern points. Thee- wfT? make rbetri
All Railroads Out of Atlanta J
j May Be Draws Into
I At.ait*. Go, 0*teS?r *?T>? psapjsmty af
s geaarai strike ea ail tbe rears?gs eat af
Attests and mvoivaag about <*?*? imp oy*e
wtit bo disfasavf at coafeteaeee ef regie
aeatattvee ef tbe rallrsad workers "bar* SB
sservw* Allege 4 SRBBBBj ot -
laws, ts ektrag the Osergla
I Atiaata Jetst Tarsaiaale Coaai
? the otber 1 tars Acs
stives of tea strakasg mlsai 1 ? of tbe
ja read, tke S easel? ef tae
ef tae Taraisssi
' has bsea aast sagst of te tke larger pi isiM
SMa ?va-Tiag tke ?vbor road* Those reogs
Ssadaa* the Losagvtia aaaS XaaSerftie Bask
hoste in South Richmond, whore Mr. Paul Is
associated In business with his Utaer.
Mrs. R- A. Wood Dies.
Mrs R. A. Wood. sixty-four years old.
died Tuesday morning at ?:S* o'clock at her
home near South Richmond. She Is survived
by her husband snd seven children?W. W.
Wood, of Powbatan: J. P. Wood, of Wood
lane. Caroline County; W. C Wood, of Ches?
terfield County; W. c. Wood, of Soetb Rich?
mond; Mrs. A. M. Davis and Miss Annie
Wood, of Chesterfield County.
Tbe funeral will be held this afternoon at
l-.S) o'clock at Red Lane Church. The in?
terment will be in tbe church grounds.
Mrs. R. L. Baldwin, of Durham, K. C. and
Miss Laura Baldwin, of Fannvtlle. are the
! guests of Mrs. H V. Baldwin.
Miss Henrietta Moore is lil at ber home on
Make the l^estYiekbof
Hey end Pastunge.
They ere BssSBeBfl te BPBBjg BsBBSS
en* soiU lot which they ere
We ose in these ssixtarss aas Tratte
Bterk aVaod Saasa, trhtrh are best qttel
ittes ultaiaslilt, aad tasked batik as to
garmmatinn aad parity.
^sfHtf CUat?DtTJCTS HCpOrt tKo fSaMst NtaaV
asctary resorts, bath astoeaemris?eaBeJ
leaf Staads aad largest y-Jdeei betb hay
Wootfs DotfrtptlYv Fill C*kW
grves fall intorrnation; also teD about sO
VsHass aad all Tana aad
tor fall pUntrns.
Catakg mailed free. Writeback.
T. W. WOOD ?r SONS?
SeeirtiffTi, - sUchrott Va,
Ural Catatr fox Scair
One of tbe finest country estates in
Virginia at arrest sacrifice to imme?
diate purchaser. Every convenience
R- & CHAP PIS * CO, INC.
Mala aad Twelfth Streets
TURKI5H AND ROMAN BATHS
The meat atacalflceat hotel la thai
South European piss JBBB1 single ,
sad sa sstte, with sad without kasha >
Spacious sample BBBBR
Miss Morris's School
fwptemaef^I*!?!? Catalogues at j
111? Wat AlSBBS,
K? A. T. DrrtJ
W? rsscasr Imp ctessss fmt mm wars m,
October st taw .tsaw ac?, U W?A Graes
trcstsb-s aoctiow iau
nearly kkw dstached frams
dwelling, situated at tbs
southwest corner of clay
and thirtt ?sixth streets,
knows as xo. 3(19 east clay
In execution of a deed of trust, , ..
September 1, 1910. and recorded la tha
clerk* office of Kicnmoad ChaaeafF
Court. D. B. 20S-A, page Uli. dslSMls
having beun matte in tne payment of
the debt therein secured, I will sail by.
auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1012.
at 6:20 1'. M..
the above-menwoneu Oe lac bed ft.
dwelling, containing, seven rooms.
very attractive home, with all m_
tin improvements. Lot j.x.10s feet 11
inches u> on alley in tear l? te-et wide.
TERMS. Kaumn in cash to pay taa
cost of sale and any taxes that mal
be due; two nute?, one tor ti.&ou and
one for |4a. witn interest on sarna
from Septem oer l, I Six, until paid; the
residue upon credit payments at one
and two years after date, deferred pay?
ments to bear t> per cent interest and
to be secured by deed of trust; or all
cash, at the option of the purchaser.
H. R. POLLARD. JR.
MUtUOIl ?alt?, jr um? -vapb
'x~~t}y' it ^B^C'barhn A Co., inc^~~*^'
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
NICE DWELLING OF SIX ROOM*.
CHICKEN HOL?t:, SHED. ETC..
WITH ? ?2-lbO ACRES UF LAND.
ON THE PETERSBURG ELECTRIC
CAR LINE, IN THE VILLAGE OF
BENSLEI. ABOUT SEVEN MILES
Acting under a deed given by Hay
ward F. Taylor, dated January 1. 1910,
and recorded in toe clerk's office of
the Circuit Court of Chesterfield Coun?
ty, in D. B. 11?, page 36*. default hav?
ing been made in the payment of a
certain note therein secured, and being
?o required by the beneficiary. I wlU
sell by public auction, on the premises,
MONDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1919.
at 5 P. M..
the property described in said deed aa
follows: 'Commencing at a point 143
feet west from the inter sec tloa of
Wentworth Street and the Swineford
Road, lying and fronting on the north
side of said Swim-fin J Road 140 feet,
and running back between parallel
lines 311.1 feet, and containing ona
acre. The second tract commencing at
a point at the junction of the new
county road, on Old Battery and Old
Drewry's Bluff Road, and runnier in
a southwesterly direction along tha
north side of said new county road ah
Old Battery. ??4 feet to the land of
Robert Glenn; the-nee N. 8 W. 288 feet
to a rock on the Old Drewry's Bluff
Road; thence along the south side of
Old Drewry's Blurt Road. In an easterly
direction 49( feet to point of begin?
ning, and containing l ?2-l->9 acres.
TERMS: Csash as to expenses of exe?
cuting this trust. Including any tsxes
that may be due and unpaid on said
property, including; proportion of tax
for the year 1912, and to pay a not*
for |20 due July 7. 1012: a credit as to
two notes one for $3o and one for
?1,000. both due January 7. 1913; aap
residue of purchase money shall
be payable In cash.
JOHN C. EASLET.
?ale of Valuable Manufacturing- Plant at
Altavista, Ta?By virtue of* two deeds ef
truet. bearing data of August 1. 1SU. sag
April IU 1SU. aad duly recorded 1a tha
Campbell County clerk's office, the uerter
signed will sell at public auction, on the
premises, on Friday, October is, 1st*, at 11
o'clock A M. tbe plant of tbe Consolidated
Far-altar* Works. Including factory aad
office buildings aad land attached tnerete,
machinery, franchises, patent*, office furni?
ture aad fixtures, manufactured goods, ma?
chinery aad supplies and material oa Sand,
as a whole er la parcels to suit purchasers
Terms- Cask, but mere liberal tenets can
bo oStained upon reasooaWe S?^?*- *?
O Bell. Altavista. Va; W. H OealC th?
is. Caskle, A B Percv. Lvnchbnrg. Va.
Sy^Sutton ft Co..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
If North Ninth Street.
A FRAME DWELLING AND LOTj
ALSO TWELVE BEAUTIFUL LOTS
ON THE NORTH SIDE OF CART
STREET. BETWEEN SHEPPARD
AND WEST STREETS.
In part execution of a decree of the.
Law and Equity Court of the city of
Richmond, entered on the 24tb day or
June, 1912 In the suit of George W.
CbamberJarn'- vs. James R. Chamber?
lain et als., we. the undersigned epo?
chal commissioners, in pursuance af
tbe above decree, will offer for sale at
malic auction, upon the premisea, am
TUESDAT. OCTOBER if. 1913.
at 4 o'clock P. M. promptly,
the property above described. . . .
The house contains seven or elgat
rooms, with lot fronting ?0 f?et oa taa
north side of Cary Street, and raaataf
back between parallel lines 130 feet
to an alley In the rear 10 feet wide.
Tea of the lots front on Cary Street
about SO feet each, running back 13?
f>et to the above mentioned alley.
Moot of these lots hare on them beaa
tlfol oak trees, and have been asM
off in such a manner so that noaa as
them w4Tl have to be cut down, amissa
the pardhaaera so desire. _
Also two beautiful lot*, one fronting;
41x1*0 feet on the west side of
ward Street, and the other riuuetng
eg and 10H-12 SSBS on the east sMw a*
West Street. . _
This proper!f has not been oa two
market for the past fifty years, aad
should commend ttaelf to tboau ween?
ing- to secure good home ?tos or ia
veator*. as it I* right in the TVne of
Improvements sod the growth or two
citv. a Plat of this pro^rty caa ae
seen at the oftVee of the aai Uoiietra ^
TERMS: One-third cash: the bal?
ance in two equal tmwsJraeata at gtx
and twelve month*, reeoeetlvely. asMB
tnterest at the rate of 4 P-r erat err
annum from Ohe day of sale. payWQ
serrd-annually, notes to "e gl vein Par
?J?a deferred pavment? and lnlatata.
and the title f? be retalaedaaSM IM
wbOTe of ttt? puretaas* HiastT ? f**-a
and a conveyance ordered by the
or aS cash, st the option of *
ehawer or f?r<*?*?ers
R R FLORA*
C C RUSREIX.
? aojsSsj Com mis
IT, the law and Eemltv Court af tha
Ofv ?f RteAmond:
Chamber I*-- ne. George W..
Jbme, R Chamberlain aad ?l?- , _
I p f Winston, clerk af said mart,
curt: fv that the bond required of tsks
?pa^-is! c'omm'.askouers by the decree
?rt said cause of Jaao 24. M has bee*
Given anSsr mr hand this 2**? aar
Of Sept Wae er. 1912