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??BATEST WANT AND REAL WM
T?TE MEDIVM Ig vmCIXIA. A?D
?*? er Ttus best tu ambbica.
Want Ad Rates |
Daily, pew worl wir? ptM
? ????'*. X* A4, tuk.ru far Im? tum?
One aaa ?er-half eeata a war? alt
daaalflratloaa except ?ltuattoe WMM
*?? seeder. Mit tut loa Waat??, ?ata e*?t
? war?. Aje A4, sene-y tafcvea See lese
taaa altera reeta.
*? Aaa, lakn far lee* ?na? twe_?r
?ve tents ?kn phoned la or charged
at the eoualer.
Paeae ordere .?t gu.raateed. |
CiaealSratlvue not guaranteed after
?da P. M.
*"?" heeterea eeatraefe. aaa4 far the
Waat Ad. Mae. rhoae Haara? a,
Jto?t an?, jrouna
IWBtT'i.N BARTON" HEIGHTS.' A
Howaid guia watch. Case nuinb. r
Mati; w..rK* (.umticr _t2ee*. Flna.r
nle.se leturn to THE HKXltH-'O
COI'NTY GAS CO.. and receive re?
ward. _ _____ _
|LO*T. ~IATR~N:ICK~k""L" ~E YEGLAS--ES.
with k".u chain. 111 leather case. Re?
ward ii ret tiroes to 111 Norm 101k ii
teenlh .street. JOHN TFLKA.
IBETUEEN GAJ.ESKF.S A.ND THA1_
? am n. or ijaxwvuu and liroad aar.
one ol?-fa. bion? d Hide bract-let. Re
waru it returned to .... Pleasant
Street, or phone Madison 112?.
|UNE DULL GRASEN GKA.-CHE? KED
Iodk overcoat, marked Hunt & J?.n
ntrit.?. Tailors, at exit lair Grounds
Wednesday eight '1 B. JOHNSON,
beuth Boston. Va. _
|l?6t. SATURDAY NIGH*. OLD
fssnioued ii.ju?? e breastpin, v. itti
hair meide, binder pnuiie Madison
I .LOST. IN BARTON Ii tri OUTS. A!
Howard gold watch. lise number
SSOlT; works number ...(>o0. Jr Ind?
er i ejuin to McNKlCO count- OAS
CO.. Ballon Hsisats, and receive re?
4_*ip txunuo, -*?atf
WANT KU. FOR U. l?. AHM r. ABLE
budivd. unmarried si.-:., uetween ages
Of 1. and IS; citizens ol Unit.d States.'
Of good eaaraatar and temperate, -tab..'
its, who can apeak, read ar.d writs
the i-nx?eft language. For informt.
tion, apply to ._itlng Oncer, SSS
JC urg-d. Richmond. Va,
|wanted. fifty WHITE AND COL- i
ored men _.:.a boys to werk in nur?
sery W. t. liOOL? dt CO.. Gitter ;
| wanted. AN tiXPe HI enced BUTLD
lnfc superintendent; gooa wage? to
riKht ii.an. lr. replying, give reler
Met - <?.:d state ailfus wauled. Ad?
dress H t.. care Times-Di.patah.
I WAN T ED." Y~?~? N U~" U HITE BOY to
drive drummer's wagon, sleo young
man ab asshunt dc.ivery clerk. Ap?
ply ut rear entrance, SOUTHERN
I ONE GOOD CEMENT WORKER. ap
piy wiin tools. BOYLE-ROBERTSON
CO.. Stuart Avenue and Cleveland
> ANTED. AN EXPERIENCED MALE
bo-.kkec-per. Prefer one who naa
knowieuge of the wholesale grocery
bueinecs. Apply In own naiidwming.
JUocatlon New-port Newa. Va. K tee,
c*r?. Tunes-Dispa.lt n_|
I WANTED. UABOHKBtf i OK steam j
shovel work at Vanaa. N. C. Wagea. :
tl.io per day. We?aiy pay. Fls.t_.it '
At CAt(Ui_A. General Cuu.ract.ora. i
\ir xou wAjrf work?cuiaucAia1
or mechanical?Sppl) AMERICAN
LABOK BCUE.VL. HO North. Nu.ia
I %V ant ED. RE?>I able MAN ON DAIRY
farm, _i\e reference. L. W. BRIN - ;
TON. Ct-ewe. Va._j
I Si Ali, CARBI Kit?. POST-OPKICE !
clcrHs wanted, !fv.' musstn. Richmond
eastfnfnations daring NovemD<M. r'r?--;
coaehing. FRANK LA S INSTITUTE.
Dept. tll-t. rtocnesier. H. y.
(fiUSTMAKKR AND GENERAL REPAIR
man wanted; work the year round.
> O. Fl.- KKK. Lynchbuxg. Va. ;
I SI EN AND~ WOMEN WANTED FOR
fovernment positions, t.u w.ek.
Write for litt or positions open.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept.
413-T. Rochester. N. \'._
I Want ed. experiexced 'rorx?
men to work in paper i.o_ manu?
factory. Apply PuHLIG BROS..
Twentj-fiftn and Franklin.
I > A-* ? t EdTtWoT FJ rs t-CLASS~I:AINT~
er?. Apply .11 South Vine J. A.
men la automobile wo:k fur Rich- ;
-mond. Va.. and York. Pa., factories.
Apply to KLINE MOTOR CAR COli- ,
PORATIO.;. York. Pa._
I WANTED! J?B-PRESSMAN FOR a ',
few weeks' work. THE KRANKELS
PRESS co.. Petersburg. Va.
XT anted. A~B?kER.~SKCONl71?^D
S10 a w, k and table board. JOHN
h. GRV.MNG. Maryland Bakery. New ?
port News, Va. j
IwTlNTED." AMBITIOUS YOUNG MEN '
to become traveling saie?men. and
eern while they learn. Write for
particulars BRADSTREET SYSTEM.
Rochester. n. y.
feitu.nong Otintxe, ^aic
IW ANT ED. M TF A TIc, in 'oFFIC!:
with _omc nrm or corporation or as ?
shipping clerk, by a young man 1?
years old. well educated, wt good ;
habits, sober and industrious. For )
information, app.y or write to W. G
SOMLRVILLE. tar.. F.aak.'n Cajo
IstXPFRIFNCFO CiiAL'FFEER AND
repair man want:-, position. Address
g 41. care Times-Dispatch.
liUCGlSTERED ASSISTANT i'llAKMA
clsl desires position, five j.ars ex- :
?erlence. graduate 0. C M . any ,
reference. Addr< s? P. O. JONES.
I?EGI ST E RED PHAKM?tritT OF
aome years' experit nre. prelcr SnMil
town or e?untrj. Address K 111.
IfOsTtIO?" "WANTED BY YOL'NG OOa>
ared man as stenographer or awesw
tarv. Caa furmsa g<.<?i refer?:.c
Address >TKNOGRAi her. K. F. d.
_ No. 1. B"X Glasgow. Va.
|#TANTED. I-OSITIO.V BY RIIGIS
tered pharmacist, c--?ll< k< and f.:f
tirai traiim.?. B?-st leflereBjeea;
?tpnhk as m?n.??r Ad!:. ?> k It",
care Tim? s-l?lspateh
stXPERlEN'r-Kii niAVi-.l.i.Ni; :-M,f>.
man d?slre> p,ieltt -r in ? i-t ?
Cltv !?al?-*rr>?n "T ..!TI<-^ ir .rk litK%
MAN 4"? North Te.lft:. Mi
t>flp cUdRtf? jrcmjix
ITA>"Tf.l'. ? T ON? E. !?"? GIRLS. OVUr
SXt'rtf.KN TK \BJ! Oi.O. LIO?:t. ?
CLEAN Vt'iRK AND G"??t? V, AGES
AI i I.) ALLEN *. GiNTKR BRANC
seventh AND CARv iTTFEtr.->
WAXTED. " LADV ?-A??IIVR. with
?va*ri..ace lr> tsksns others ?ear th'
phOr>e for groe*;'? ?uppl.e? Adir^s?
?V ?* cere T:m. ?-P'?,??".
W ?xte I. thtrtt GIRLS to HAKE i
?gam oeixe* Apply POHI.tG Wtv
Twenty ffiH Frsnklln
w?STEP. 5E.VM&TRESSE5 FOB Ot B i
alteration deaartmeat. TBAL
HlhlFR s BROt*.. Fifth and Broad
iTVarPKI?,'jiiiidKfn'tfi AXJL afcTt?B?.
to handle ear goods. large rwniarie- |
Best us. pi I? lakats- va,
keeper and cashier desires position,
good penman, and understands atc
Caskl- .s> rt'-m. Address O. L. O.
320 West Main bin et. City. Refer
cnces If required.
wanted. *BY A RKriNiw'UWANli
experienced ho"*ek,.,.p(.r, a position
in hotel or family: best reference*.
AddreSK Box <S8. UordonsvUjO. Vs.
~~ %}tip, apiie ant jttmsU ~*
WANTED. COMPETENT TYI'EWRIT
er operators, either se>, for address?
ing envelopes; piece work, liberal
Bay. Nom hut competent operators
sraated Apply in person to PHIL
O, K -LL.Y COMIM.NY. MA, Isla E?-H
Main Street. 7
WANTED, BUYS ix pkesmioom AND
ladles In Mtidcfy. Apply IHK
BAtdllMAN STATIONERY co..
cgeaer Bow e ana Mai shall ritrct'tw.
? anted. uk VERAI. TE*.C?ERS von
public schools; must ho.a Virginia
1 certificate In fore.-. Apply to W'U
n HILDEBRAXP. Deri of School
Board. Alton. Va.
|0?l.LEGE " ubadi.ati;, "tfCHuOU
princlpsl. wiuhrs pa pills to coach, or
? would teath in pre-.?le family. Hours
any lime after 4 I' ML Kates reason
: sofa; references. Address u 41?. care
?olintors ano fealramtn
WANTED. 1.1 VE SALESMAN TO TAK b
I the agency for Dayton Computing
si al? s in Klchmond and vicinity. Ap?
ply MOMET W ElO HT KAUE Co..
ill Noun Caivsrt Street. Baitimoi-,
SALESMAN ANTED" to CARRY "\
line of hosiery dirert from vailti
fmfjrer to retailer in the ."states of
Maryland. Delaware, West \ irg.ni.4.
AiKo a man for VsTSjaBl* and Ken
tucfcy. Ltotrai rsssMstrtif; sM
proposition. Address K 14% caie
Tinea-Di? pa tch.
?XxVEIa' THE PUBLIC ~rO~i?5.0,a'
that jAHNKt BKud. Jewelers. ?13
East Main Street, bur. sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN TUB
LATB*T STYLES. Old go.d aad all
vei tjwayi taker *d excaange.
National ??nk of Virginia,
Richmond. Va* September 1. 1>13
NOT.CE?TliE NATIONAL. BANK Of"
Viigtn'a, located at Richmond. In the
State Sj Virginia, is closing; up 'ts
altalrg. All note-holders and others,
creditors of said association, are
hereby notified to present the notes
and other claims against said a**o
elation far payment.
W. **. ADDISON. Cashier.
Dated at Richmond. Va-. Aug. 30. 1*12.
bt anted. PARPEXCiERb ON CLA T
street car Kolng west Sunday night.
July between BIBS' and 9 o'clock,
?who raw ladv throe n fr'-m car at
? 'lay and Smith Streets to send
Basses and addresses to MR?. S. H.
PATTERSON. No. ?00 West Clay
NOTICE "."0_THE FAIR PEOPLE?IF
j ou want to see fine fruit that
grows In the State of Virginia, come
to 4J2 East Marshal: Street._
IDEAL ViTnTLLaTOR CfX PHONE
Monroe 1S0X. _
RENTERS, TAKE NOTICE?we HAVe'
iaaasd more than one million dollars
to buy homea $7.50 per month, plus
? Per cent simple interest on yearlv
baianees. pays for each $1,000 bor?
rowed. Owning a lot as security *s
nut necessary. Be also have attrac?
tive Investment for your savings.
Write or can on THE STANDARD
HOME COMPANY, ?12 Mutual Bulid
lng. Richmond. Vs.
WANTED. .A LIVE~?NE^T?_.foiN ME
in the real estate business In Rich?
mond: prefer one who can look; after
outside sales. Must he able to give
first-class references and invest ten
to twelve hundred dollars, whlrh
SrBJ b?- amply secured. To a man
who has the rlg*it stuff in him this
i:-. a splendid opening. A fair salary
end part of the commissions Ad
_dre*s^p. o. Box 131.?, Richmond. Va.
IF YOU UNDERSTAND FARMING LET
me rent you a good farm. You
ought to clear $1.2"? per year: $5'.'0
necessary. Jt is the Congdon farm,
in Chesterfield County. Virginia. Ad?
dress C G- COXGDOX. Phoebus. Va.
WANTED. ENGINES AND BOILERS
for overhauling. RICHMOND Ma
iHTNE WORKS. INC.
carpets just received. My price*
are tar i?j1ow other competitora a
. beautiful collection of hand-made
laces, embroidered ?nens ? nd aovai
tics on band. Give me a call, ever
ready to wait on you and please
you. A G. YARD-?. XU North Fifth
LESSER. THE LADIES'' TAILOR,
the only one in town who makes a
specialty of altering all kinds of
ladles' garment* Into the latest
fashions Every garment altered la
my establishment is dons under my
personal supervision, Prices very
moderate and work satisfactory.
The Raleigh Apartments. corner
Harrison and Franklin. Pb >se
Tllfl MOST REASONABLE LADIES"
tailor in town la IL 8chostocjc.
Z'j; North F.fth Street, near Grace.
ALL SLITS FOR OUT OF TOWN Cus?
tomers will he made to erder in twen?
ty-four hears. J. KATZ. 2v? Norta
I iftn Street
SPECIAL PRICEB DURING FAIB
Week by J. KATZ. Z?* North Fifth
WEAK a ss?|iiB|a-a CORSET FITTED
by one of our trained rorsetlcrs
SPIKKLLA CORSET SHOP. 217 East
??race. Mrs C -rbells Moore. Man
W?f:.N IN N Er.D OF_ PfBl.lC STE^
?i repher phone Monroe 1I.V oBlce
?31 M?turfl Building
T C'lETTT LITTLE GIRL S.tPV. i'KfT
: SBBj aesBBSfs BSVSSj months ol<i.
m II! he given for adoption te re
rp-. n?lMe per?on rall at l*? West
.-treet Telephone Madlslon
i?r?r.?\ ma in Bfrf?;itT a>T?~"*j?ld
*?? l!i c,ni>>. \. :th Third.
b\tm\ Cstatr fx tUnt
I < m LEAJ4E.' SMALL FA Till EIGHT
ir'I.? Tora Rl hm -pd. Im aevrti<*u
' trJdre?* L AI*. > sr? Times-l>ls
STABLE oft e,.\"B tr.E ON FR.tNKU.vT
ne-.r rirat. Call Monroe 25??
>i~w v fXTVfht rl/OR FOR RENT
l?vr ?t...--,g. jtnrpotoe, yavl**. rsll
'f?1 s'dli.s If interest- A klr.dlv
etil .-n .-Li- PoMIXloV HtDB AND
1'i "jMI AXV. enteeath sad
bptghV." attiuctive'" BOOMS"^4
North Slath. Bast side sf strset
rOB rent. nice SINGLE boom,
fsmish'd. erpveafeat to hath, for
g?-.?i. man Apply s West FrsahUa
|W>R BJTXTTBRJOBT. coMTOftTA
rssras. Bis Borth EMthth
FO*T"m^ebt. b*I suit**! WJ?
heeptssg ssartsaeat. thsas r_
private bat?ii Wy^b-:
I DAILY PUZZLES
What kin/i of robber.'
ANSWER. TO > K*Ti--'KOAY'S PIXZ1.15
UtEI.XWAV" PIANO?? Ftff_rT-Cl_AS8 !
piano. Been used, of ?uurt?, but & ,
oargjln. FFRGCSSuN BROS-, 311
V? est Brosd ti t .-i. o. j,uuu JcUersou !
? _jSlf? j*. 1'iano :actory. _j
! MOluitCYC--.- NEW !
ana ?.cuwi-:iauu; repaying of all'
fUU SALE. ONE LOCOMOTIVE TYPE j
holier. 125-horsepower; eight-foot
faf aaa; will lake .ona nao, fully
equipped ?V. 8. KOhUcb at CO._j
j Fort BAU. CBCAl'. AiL ?Mlti OF
I sccond-nana tuecnanicai too??, also
u units and auit c_?e_ Apply to
_LaNr.lt BROs.. lies East Main
tu ctri. Fa * n brokers.
Fob w agons "go" T?~KXciiARDsoN
bros., ?> 1S Brook Avenue. Painting,
repairing and rucher-tiro work.
WE BUY. SELL RENT and Ex?
change staond-hanu machinery or
, every description, including ro.lers.
Thy aar, sawnnii ana woodworking
I macrunery. Everylb.ug aoid guaran?
teed, t BLUFOKD & CO.. l???-?o r-aat
I Cary Street.
; FOR SALE. ONE RUBBER-TIRED
II ap, good as new. Sea; one rubuer
i tireu lea buggy. Jot), ruooer-urcd
i runabout, j.i, one sttei-tire, top
I uuggy. good aa new. |.?. a.
I MciER'o SONS, tdl Eaat Cary
FOR SALE. DURING FAIR WEEK
only?'lop buggies, open buggy.
|_S; runaoouts. |4v to $110. ateel and
ruboer tired, one ilgnt trucK, ?s?;
three grocery wagons, .(35 each; one
trap. SS-i; on? lignt aurrey, IbS; one
tarm wagon. Eta. Give us a call,
.-.o.neth.ng to suit you. THOS. IL
DUKE A CO.. ?0? Brooke Avenue.
STEIFF 1TANO. WORTHY"?f"?TTEX
I tiou of a x'ipti. Terms easy; price
extremely low. FERUUSSOX BROS.
III West Broad Street, beyond Jef
j ferson Street Piano factory.
IFOR SALE. RUNABOUT. HIOH
grade, in fine order. 1110. Will
demonstrate. F A. RIDOUT, Ginter
Park. 1'hone Madison 74U8-J._
FAIR VISITORS YOUR ATTENTION,
j Is called to our exhibit In the Indus?
trial iial! Latest styles, buggies,
i surreys, phaetons, etc. A. MEt_>tt?f>
! Sons, jag East Cary -treat. _
Jrt hEN YOU COME TO TRJeTSTATE
i Fair run over to 825 West Main
Street, one square west of Monroe j
Hark, where you will find the finest
bis ye Its and motorcycles m town.
T. A. WUISENBERRY._
ONE ROYAL TYPEWRITER. BRAND
aaw; cost seventy-five dollars; will
sell for fifty. Address O 30. care
PONIES FOR KALE?SEVERAL GEN- J
tie ponies and pony carts from ex- |
hihitiou at State Fair. Call Saturday I
evening 517 Seminary Avenue, Ginter J
_Park. Prices reasonable.
T Y PE WRITERS?ALXT MAKE- WE
ha?a our shelves crowded with all
makes of rebuilt typewriters, snd in ;
order to move them will for fifteen I
days t<nly offer a few .fach of the |
inIIearlier. No. i Smith-Premier*. :
?25. No. e Remingtons, 127; No. 3
Oliver-, fs;.5f?; No. 1 and 2 _, C.
Smiths. Ii:,. and No. 4 Underwoods. ;
147.50. Each rebuilt machine we sell '
is guaranteed for one year. We rent !
typewriters three months for 15 and
upwards, and apply rent on pur- ;
chase Call, phone or write aMERI
/ CAN WRITING MACHINE CO.. C05
! East Main Street._ I
..HEN YOC COME TO THE STATE '
. Fslr run aver to 82S West Main j
Street, one square west of Monroe
! Park, where you will find the finest
bicycles and motorcyclss in town.
I T. A. QUISENBERRY
household goods of any kind and ;
I any amount. Phone Madlsna ltes.
j wajvv-U? TO BUT FOR CAd-C
household goods In any quantity.
' Phone Madlsae tsIL_
WANTED. A GOOD MAN TO TAKE r
i team and work good farm on shares.
! B. E SOCTHERLAXD. Church Road.
; WANTED. DIE WORK. ST AM PINO, !
light aaecbiae specialties, maaafact- ;
ured under contract, or high-class i
I repair work. SUCCESS NOVELTY
to, INC.. a?l Stockton Street. '
I WANTED. -'.*? OLD FEATHER BEDS; '
? alao old-time antique sofas, tables. '
sideboards, chairs, bureaus, desks,
chiiaa brasses, mtrrora, jewelry?
a:i> thing ?Id. J. K. BEARD. 1?!
W eat Hala._Madison IJ?7. j
**hip in" any" wu?Tcrrrr ironT '
bones, tags, brass, metals. Junk of i
any description to SOUTHERN
WRECKING AND METAL CO.. No.,
2400 Wiillamsborg Ava
prallt?,&ct* ?ni ?Wir Iftfrt
! f?.er>?NT' _D*E BT~BUYING" C?N
? key's Laying Toak\ If your hens
(toa't lae yoe get your money back
qmek. For asle by W, J ToDD'a ;
j r??NS. ?2< North Sirth Street.
asAM ?ItBUU It a#*tt
!|MPR'iVEIi FA P.M. 2** A<*RF? ONE
: mile station: half nice t.-. wine t?tn
i her. spl< neid rev. n 'ik.b h?>u*..
g-^d ent+.alldinas well wa?Ted.
1 BjM or-hard. ??.??'S. BLBBj rash, Iwl
snce easT Seventy-acre farm, well
improved, near >.tati ?. fl-?**. F1} ?
Scree, new house, barn. ..rchard. at
int?rht.rTi Springs. ?!.:<??. LA?
FAYETTE MANN. Aaselis. Va
BARGAi* YN a gEVEN-ROOHHor.?K
in goad order, hot aad cold w?ter
snd hath; located in goad sect .on
af Barton Heights. Owner desirou!'
of raising money, snd will sacrifice
at 12 **a Address K ?4L care Tlires- ;
! FOB SALE- OBOCEBT FTOBE. CTN
I rral leeat'oa. reats f?r laelad
! tag baaemetit fw coal and wood. Ad
I ***** ? **? cmr* TUa?s-r,?ae>Ul?
i""haVT a laboe select UsTOT j
eld Colonial homesteads, aoaltry.
< trwit. dairy, grata, alack, track
i tobacco tkraas. akro j
water front a* use rtlea _ .
Itaat Seeee af those faraas are af
?all V--''rata.-gee. mafke.
- fBW^Jke fBwfSadM^far
REGENT IS NAMED
BY SCON FORCES
Mrs. Samuel G. Jamison, of Kua
noke, Elected at D. A. R.
FINAL SESSION IS HELD
Meeting Next Year Will Be Held
[Special to The Times-Dispatrh.)
Ouancocic. Va . October 10.?The elec?
tion of State officer" of the Daughters
of the American Revolution was held
to-night, and the suppressed rxelte
JCas WUdf On? CUO0O
jX^T^PHONe' T?'^K~WHEN~ YOU
need wood or coal. I sell the free
burning kind: it gives heat, and you
don't have the worry trying to get
a quick meal it takes coal and leas
time. Try ma. Dong. The Wood
Man. Madison 1070.
COLD u KAtheiFltTc?MINgToRDER
your wocd by'th.- load and save re?
tailers' profit. Phone Monroe 2129.
_ JOeai trtntuaiors ?
IL.EaIV~Ve.\i"ilAioK Jo. phone
"nfir'H tgSM !
S3 cuanito "j
?VAlVTEdTIsV a'TE.VCHEK TjT"THE
schools, g room In the city or
suburbs, with or without board. Ad?
dress, stating location. MiMi E.. 4
Cowardln Avenue. South Richmond.
flfirT'b'?wers, 115 EAST'FR.VXK
ttsj, good rooms, with best board._
WANTED. BOARDERir~F?R SECOND
story front rjtom. 209 East Grace.
?T?VWEST GRACE 6TBjUCt, ivooaia j
WANTED. TO RENT - NICELY WVH~\
mshed room, witn board; also table
boarders wanted. Apply 1.17 Para
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITT. II j
per load. Store your furniture, bog-1
flea, automobiles, pianos at i'OMf- i
KINS. 227 West Broad._
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watches at New York rates. N. F.
JACOBS * SON. No. US North Ninth.
10c REBATE IF YCU BRING SHOES
with this coupon. Men s shoes half
soled. T&c. rebated to ?Sc; ladies'
half soles. 60c. rebated tc See. Every
pair sewed; best leather; no nails, no
pegs. Heeling. SSc. DREW'S ELEC?
TRIC SHOE FACTOR.. II? East
Main. Phone Monroe 2??T._
O ? COUNTRY COUSINS.
YOU ARE WELCOME AT COSBT'S i
paint Store, where you can get a
quart of Stag floor stain for 40c
that will make your floors more
beautiful than you ever dreamed of.
COSBY'S PAINT STORE. 211 West
Broad. Monroe 2050._
A LADLES' DELIGHT.
NICE FLOORS AND A CLEAN HOUSE
Call Monroe 3120 for house cleaning,
waxing and staining floors, remov?
ing old stains and refinishing floors.;
SUMMER RATES NOW ON PIANO |
moving snd overhauling by factory
experts Prompt. careful work
guaranteed. Phone Madison Sil?.
CHAS. M. STIEFF. Pianos. 117 W.
WANTED, BRAZING OF CAST IRON.
RICHMOND MACHINE WORKS. INC
CALL PHONE MONROE 1111 FOB]
fish, steamed crabs, crab meat. De- I
Uvered promptly. 9M X. Monroe St. |
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE !
Furniture repaired, polished and;
pscked: upholstering, etc L. N. AR
NALL a SON.. 1?17 Wast Broad.
Phone Mad sob ?271._
WE HAVE OUR SHELVES CROWDED
with all makes of rebuilt type?
writers, and In order to move them
will for fifteen dsva only offer a few
each of the following: No. 2 Smith
Premiers. |2i; No. ? Remingtons. ?27;
No. 2 Olivers. $22 so. No. 1 and No. 2
L C. Smiths. J4S. gnd No 4 Under?
woods. $47.50. Each rebuilt machine
we sell is guaranteed for one year.
We rent typewriters three months I
for $5 and upwards, aad apply rent
On pare ha sr. Call, phone or write
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE i
CO.. ?05 East Main Street.
The'' Chesapeake and" Ohio' Railway I
Office of the Secretary. 71 Broadway.
New Tors, September 12. 1912.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of the Chesapeake aad Ohio Rail,
way Company, for the election of
directors and for the transaction of
such other business SB msy lawfully
eome before the meeting, and for the
purpose of considering all action
heretofore taken or ssthorised bp
said hoard Of directors, or by the
executive committee of the company,
which may he submitted to t'.ie meet?
ing, wl ether for the purpose of. or
in connection with, or In contempla?
tion of any ?r ifcc matters aforesaid,
or otherwise. iv- lading the lease, i
dated the :.th day of April. I?12. be?
tween the Island Creek Railroad ,
? -miMTii. a corporation dnly organ -
BJsd and existing under the laws of*
the state of West Virginia, aad the
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway com- !
papv. will be held at the office of the ?
'rotnpanv. In the city of Richmond
Va . on Tuesday, the 2Jd dav of Oc?
tober. 1911 at U o'clock A M
The stock transfer books will he
closed at the oa*r ? Of the compeny.
No 71 Broadway. New York, on Frl- 1
4s>. the fourth f4th> day of October.
1*12. at S o'olocke f M. and will he
reopened on Wednesday, the twentv
thlrd (22d> say of October. l?ix. at
is o'clock A M
By order <t the board of fMPM BM a ,
THE CHE.-ArKAKF AND OHIO I
Railway COMP ant.
By Jsa Staaart MfrcKSe, fsaerstary. I
bAo ?\f-W^ls. SaiaSspW
/V> trow of Dove LsSfi. No S|. a? .
f. * A. M. win he held is taw i sage ;
rsgsa. In the Mas ?nie Temple, es Twi?
Fat ID ay. October u. ifls. at 7:n
o'clock f*. M>
Every member sf the IsdeT? M re
sweated to attend, aad SBBafMBSJ Off
?aster resales aad trsasjaat brethren
are frsteraailv invited to salts with
5l ^AVodfr* Sec
meat waa fait all any. The eaateat
a/as spirited, but amicable. The Scott
I force* succeeded in sleeting their
I candidate. Mrs. Samuel O. Jamison, af
I Roenoke. as State regent. Her oppon
' ent. Mrs. William A. Smoot. of Alex?
andria, waa dhoaen vice-regent, vice
Mra James H. MeCue. of Charlottes
vUie. Mrs. L D. Peackle Qulnby. of
Unancock. waa re-elected treasurer,
and Mrs. Robert Gray, of Bristol, aar.
redan. Che meeting adjourned to
meet next year in Richmond.
The sixteenth annual conference
of Daughters of the Ameri?
can Revolution met at the Town
Hall Tuoaday with thirty dele?
gates m attendance Many of the
business houses of the town were
ivcorated The conference was called
to order by Mrs. 8. W. Jamison, of
Roanoke. State regent, and Rev. J. C.
Cornick. mi the Episcopal Church, of?
Miss Alice E. Custls welcomed the
visitors and Mrs. J. Stewart Jamison.
: of Alexendria, responded.
An address was made by the State
regent of Virginia and another by
the State regent of West Virginia.
Captain John S. Wise hol-* the audi?
ence in his inimitable manner for an
hour snd a half. His subject was. "The
Part Accomac Played In tho R-volu
At - o'clock the delegates and guests
were taken to "Onley." the home of
Governor Henry A. Wise, in launches,
where an oyster-roast was much en?
joyed. In the evening a reception
was given by the Eastern Shore Chap?
ter at Ker Place, the home of their
regent. Mrs. L D. T. Quinby. The
<?<>:? trial mansion waa abl?se with
light. The spacious parlors were dec?
orated in ferns, potted plants, carna?
tions, roses and dahlias. In the re?
ceiving party were the State officers,
the officers of the Eastern Shore Chap?
ter, with Captain and Mrs. J. S. Wise.
At the. Wednesday morning session
the following papers ware read: "His?
torical." Mrs. A. K. Davis; '-Conserva?
tion." Mrs. D. W. Read: "Education ot
Mountain Whites." M?rs. J. W. Higfln
?>n: "Exchange of Papers." Mra A. II. j
Tuttle; "Real Daughters." Mrs. S. H. j
Sayre; "Maury Monument." Mrs. C. BUI
Nash: "Manila Library." Mrs. A. H. |
Tuttle: "Magarlne." Mrs. J. H. McCue;
"Virginia Room." Mrs. W. A Smoot;
"Continental Hall." Mts. W. C. Mar-,
A luncheon of oysters, salads, cream
and cake was served In the lower room
of the hall by the Eastern Shore
Chapter. In the afternoon the dele?
gates motored! to Accomac. There they ?
examined the old records, after which
Miss Alice Custis was hostess at a
The guest of honor at all the meet?
ings was Captain Edward B. Walles, j
He Is eighty-seven years old. and Is a :
real son of the Revolution. His fa
I her was Lieutenant Wafles, of the
NTnth Virginia Regiment. Captain
Wafles has in his possession a fur- |
lough which was granted his father j
by General Green. It reads:
"Lieutenant Samuel Wafles. af thai
NTnth Virginia Regiment, having lost j
all his baggage, and there being but
few men belonging to the regiment
here, he is permitted to go to Vir?
ginia, He will join his corps s? soon,
as ordered, or at the first of May. >
without orders. Given under my hand I
at Cams Valley Forge, December 27.
1777. To all whom it may concern:
The seasions ao far have been
spirited, but harmonic*
NEWS OF ASHLAND
Ashland. Va.. October IT?Mra. W.
T>. Card well, president of tho Manovsr
Chapter, United Daughters of the Con- j
federacy, la in Harrison burg attending
the Stats convention now being held
there. The delegates from the local
chapter are Mrs. E. K. Hartsook. Mrs.
R H_ Wright aad Mies Page Nixon.
Among others In at ten danoe from here]
are Meadames C. G. Blakey and C. E- [
Mrs. 1? T. W. Marye and Mies Anne j
Mary? have returned front a visit to j
1 Lynchburg and Charlotteaville.
Mr. and Mrs Robert G. Rennolds.
who have been spending some Mm* at |
the home of E B. Addison here, re?
turned *o Richmond to-day.
Mm Mamie Duncan, of Nashville.
Term., has arrived to visit ker aunt.
Mra. John Fisher.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seher, of De-1
trott. Mich., wore recent guests of Mrs. I
Mrs. Hugh Deaoon and Charles De- I
noon, of A tie*, ere, gueste af Mra |
Obarlaa M Bridge*.
Carroll H?gen, of Richmond, recent- |
ly visited friends here.
I Mr. and Mrs. Evln Phillipe win re?
turn this week from a visit to rela?
tive? in Richmond.
Mra. B. W. Newman will go this I
week with her mother. Mra. Thomas)
Dickerrson. of Ellison, to visit her sis?
ter, Mies Theresa Dtekereon, who Is (
attending Mount de Sales Academy,
Meedasne* C. C Btlda.ee. R?ther foord
Fleet and Charles M Bridges wore
arrrr.ng the out-of-town gueeta at the
Myer-Roy wedding In Richmond on
Mra. John "eegar. of Lewlst.in. !j? vm. j
ittng her sister. Mrs. Joele Wright
Robert A. Paine. Jr.. of Xew Tdrk.j
la at his home here for a few days.
Mrs. Locken Duell and children, of!
Amsrtt rdam, X. T.. are at the Henry f
Miss T.ou R?-dd made a delightful j
hostess this afternoon, when she en?
tertained at bridge. Autumn leave*:
and roses w< re need In decorating, and '
the soore oards were hand-painted
Xloses Mildred Hart. Pearl Woelfolk p
and Eleanor Svdnor assist ed in sen - !
ing the delirious refreshments. Among ,
tkaae Invited wer? Mesas,ms* McDon?
ald. Bernard Guest, ?""harle* Hkhliston. f
of Richmond. Aahbv Taylor, of Tav-?
kvrsvllle. Mnrrv. of Alabama; Ran-'
dolph. of Alabama: Crawford Redd. ?.,
Ginter Park W. r? Card well. * P '
Guilhert. J W. ffowlsen. James Chen-!
ery. Hill barter. K a. Oj-av. John Ad-j
dlerm. Barrett sydnor. Tytelle Elite. HIU
Carter. fs\ Anna *~*rr. Scaonlar Pvn. J
Mknrr. W t> Badd. R M. Sbepajsrd.
I C. Rl-etng*_ne. T?te r-henery. <>eorre |
Morris. BJ T. Gatt?right. M. D fleet. |
C. F. Pott*. Marie? Drake. W. D For.
J W. Smith. R?therfoo*d Fleet. 1. M
Marshall Mtases Weano* Wlaa>M |
IJ Uran Harne*, of Bsokmaad. Annie
Manon Pott*. Cnnatlne rvwote, Leila j
Barkntgkt of Flcvld* Anna Vaden. ?
Aus iata Nrvon. Virginia Petra, and ?
ftisdS'i?i''s Ii nterree wii: aar f?r Rlefc.
am aad nrtaio Trsl* eeaSi-teaa ia get.
?r?i art good. --el ?-?-!? b** taeeaeeed c?e-'
reerabe ir?re*a? the laet that large'
sambe-s ef a???>*-? bm SMraefed h?rm
ST a State r?MHtl~ti Waeofsei ?rers ef her
eess and tmOi ? / -ep?ct tke araast ?*>?* te
Thaw esnerlegre Wsilanle ake* ant dry
weeds sealers resort seed fijSB T?*?r?a ?
mm rket?f la I naeia>re?:a sals?aj at
prtees ret tee M reported sntn*
wnet Her^ered bv ? ?. rates R?nn trade S)
?aad aad ? ?i ?ctier? shew laifianii
(Special to The Times-Dispatch 1
Caau-tettesvVee. Va.. October 1*.?U
?aw* F-ffre. Jr.. aad Miss Oar**
last and all the time, at this store, but it does not mean high
price. Our unlimited resources and tremendous six-store
mercantile power make it possible to maintain the highest
quality standard on a surprising basts of economy.
Burk-Made New Pall and Winter Clothes for men and
young men illustrate these quality-economy facts in the most
Excellent Suits, $15, $18, $20.
High-Class Suits. $33.50, $35, $37.50.
Finest, none better, $30, $33.50, $35.
Burk & Company
MAIN AND EIGHTH STREETS.
L Lacy, war* married at 10:20 o'clock
this morning at Chrlat Episcopal
Church, the Rev. Harry R Lee. D. D..
rector, officiating. The groom was at?
tended by Lr. D. M Scrlbner. and the
maid of honor aas Miss Margaret T?te.
The bride was given In marriage by
her brother, Edward Lacy. Mr. and
Mrs. Mayo left over the Chesapeake
and Ohio Railway for a brief wedding
Layton M. Sampson, of Augusta Coun?
ty, and Miss Florence Prof lit, of Am?
tierst County, were married at the par?
sonage of the First Baptist Church
last night by the Rev. Furman H.
Martin. D. D.
NORTH TASBWMLL IB BIGHT
FOR COIRTHOISE REMOVAL
[Special to The Times-Dtspa t ch. ] 1
Taxe well. Va. October 10.?Some un?
easiness is felt bp the eitisens of the
town of Tatewell over the strenuous
efforts of North Thzewell inaugurated
to-day to have the oourthouse moved
to that town. Since the report of the
committee appointed by the court to
examine the present courthouse with
a view of repairing It. which report re?
commended that a new building be
erected, the eitisens of the sister town
have busied themselves with getting
I up a petition calling an election on the
proposition of removal, and are secur
auction Salt* VIM Bag
We will sell at public auction, to thei
[ highest bidder, unless otherwise die
posed of, at our Freight Warehouse,
corner Seventeenth and Marshall Sta.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1012. \
commencing at 9:00 A. M..
various lots of Dry Goods. Clothing. I
Rugs. Druggets. Furniture. Hardware
aad miscellaneous articles of every
The public are requested to attend.
Elevated seats provided tor ladies, and
special accommodation will be afforded
out-of-town buyers for shipping goods.
THE CHESAPEAKE A OHIO RT. CO. j
L L SCHERE R. .
General Claim Agent.
Real Estate Auctioneers,
10 North Ninth Street.
A FRAME DWELLING AND LOT.
ALSO TWELVE BEAI*nFt"L LOTS
ON THE NORTH SIDE OF CART,
STREET. BETWEEN PHEPPARD
AND WEST STREETS.
In part execution of a decree of the |
Law and Equity Court of the city of !
Richmond, entered on the 24th day of!
June. H12. In the suit of George W. ;
Chambe-rlayne vs. James R Chamber- j
lain et alt?., we the undersigned ope- ?
rial cwnmitMdoners. in pursuance of.
the above decree, will offer fer sale at
puhh- auetion upon the premises, on '
TTESDAT." OCTOBER 15. 1?I2.
st l o'clock P. M. promptly,
the property above deecrltveel
The hone* contains seven or elghl
room", with lot fronting ?0 feet on the ?
north side of Cary Street and running
hack between parallel lines 12* feet i
to an alley In the rear !? feet wld>.
Ten of the lota front on Cary Street
shout 50 ?et each, running hack 12?
feet to the shove mentioned alley.
M?< of these lots have on them beau?
tiful ?ak trees, and have laid
off in sach a manner so that none of
them win have to be ewg 4Vrwn. anlese
the psrehasjera so desire.
Ahse two heawtlfnl lets, ewe fronting
etil?*, feet on the west Side of Shep
pard Street, gild the oth*r fronting
SO and T?H-12 feet on the east side of
This property has new ho?n "a the,
market for the poet fifty years, and
a'TOnld commend ttaelf te those wish?
ing to secure gcd hom* sites or in
veaiwv. as It is right In the line of
improvements and the growth of the
rite. A Btat of this prwpertv can b
Seen St the onVe ??f the Mift.ra
TERMS One-third rsek. the bal?
ance te two equal lnata!m?ot? a? e<<
and twelve months, respectively, with
lnte*-e*t St the rate of ? per eeaj per
annum from th? dar ?f aale naeiM
a?i ml - anneall v notes to he given fe?
ttle deferred perreents and 'Merest,
and lh? fffle to h? retained snfl the
Whole of the perches* mottev la paid
and ? eeavei ance ordered by the on-irt
or an esjst as the option of the par
rj>ae?r or pv-^iassro
R R FLOBAXCZ
r C RUSSELL.
BseaBBI Com "mealoner*
In th?> taw and Er**tv Csart of the
4**lt I of Ridwowmd _
OtffiV-;?' ?>?. Oeocsa? W FaVtrahT
laeaea B fhamhsrlsta aad ale
I F P Winston, clerk of seed es ft,
certify that the hood rennt/od of has
?aw,el iemtmisslws?rs ty the Seurso
n aaid cause of June 21. 1012. BBSS Boen
Gives ander mr hand thi* TABS 4BBP
ef SeaeesBher. 1M2 _
F. F. wrjtffTcrH.
Inf the signatures in number* If the
matter assumes a serious stage, tho
citizens of Tazewell and those owning
property here will begin a campaign
against the removal, it i- stated that
two-thirds of the qualified voters of
the county must sign the petittoa be?
fore it will be acted on by the court.
All Records Brake*.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Winston-Salem. N. C. October If.?
Leaf tobacco sales on the local market
for the past three days averaged $19.39.
per hundred, this breaking all former
?union &AU?, jrulutf watt*
' By-it R^ChaJni^dT^oTT^i^
Heal Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES AUCTION SALE
MCE DWELLING OF SIX ROOMS.
i CHICKEN MOUSE. SHED, ETC..
WITH i 62-100 ACRES OF LAND.
ON THE PETERSBURG- ELECTRIC
I CAR LiNU, IN THE VILLAGE OF
j BENSLEY. ABOUT SEVEN MILES
j Acting under a deed given by Hay
I ward F. Taylor, dated January 7, 18T0.
i and recorded in tnu clerk's ofhce Ot
I the Circuit Court of Chestcrtield Coun?
ty, in D. B. 11!?, page tti, default hav?
ing been made in tho payment of _
certain note therein secured, aad being
so required by the beneficiary, I will
sell by public auction, on the premises,
MOND A Y, OCTOBER Is. 1?12.
at b P. M.
the property described in said deed aa
follows: ''Commencing at a point 14J
foot west from the intersection of
Wentworth Street and the Swlneford
Road, lying and fronting on the north
aide of said Swineford Road 14? fast,
and running back between parallel
lines Si 1.1 feet, and containing one
acre. The seoond tract commencing at
a point at the Junction of the new
county road, on Old Battery aad Old
Drewrys Bluff Road, and running In
a southwesterly direction along the
north side of said new county road on
Old Battery. (94 feet to the land of
Robert Glenn; thence N. 8 W. 288 feet
to a rock on the Old Drrwry's Bluff
Road; thence along the south aid* at
Old Drewry s Bluff Road, in an easterly
direction 49? feet to point ot begin?
ning, and containing 1 42-100 acres.
TERMS: Cash aa to expanses of exe?
cuting this trust. Including any taxes
that may be due and unpaid on said
property, including proportion of tax
i for the year 1912, and to pay a note
for $30 due July 7. 1912; a credit aa to
two notes, one for l.'fo and one for
81.000. both due January 7. 1913; any
residue of purchase money shall
be payable in cash.
JOHN C. E AS LET.
By N. W. Bowe & Son,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
GOOD BRICK RESIDENCE AND
THREE DESIRABLE BUILDING
LOTS. ON MAIN STREET. BE?
TWEEN PARK. STREET AND AL?
LEN AVENUE. AND A BUILDOVG
LOT ON PARK STREBT. BETWEEN
MAIN AND CARY STREETS. AT
In execution of two decrees of the
Chancery Court of the city of Rich?
mond, entered Jnly 9. 1912. and Octo?
ber S. 1912. in the suit of "Ross S. Ford,
an Infant, who sues. etc.. vs. Hattia at
Ford et ale.." the undersigned specks!
commissioner will sell at auction, on)
the premises, on
TUESDAY. OCTOBER IS, 1912.
beginning at 4:??<? o'clock V. M..
the following described real estate, ton
<a> That desirable brick residence.
No. 1849 West Msin Street, containing
eight rooms, with the lot upon which
it stands, including the side alley,
fronting 3? feet by a depth or 134) fast
to a public alley in the rear 1* feat
<bt Thst beautiful building let ad?
joining the said house on the neat,
froating 2:. Feet by a depth of 12?
feet to the aforesaid alTTy.
<r? The building lot adjoining the
said house ?n the ,ast. fronting 27 fee*,
by a depth of 13d r. et to the aasoej
(di A building lot on the east aide
of Park Street, between Main and Carp
Streets, fronting 2? feet by a depth Ot
12?? feet to an alley in the rear 1* feat
wide, and hounded on the north by %
This is good propertv. und should
attract the attention of hnmeseekera.
Investors and speculators.
TERMS: one-fourth cash, and the
residue at one gnd two J leaf, with In?
terest aa the deferred pavmenta pay?
able aemi-aanuallv. separate notes ta
be given for bo?h principal and ra
tereat. and the title retained uotll Sil
of t ie purchase monev has heea paid.
Hl I J. CARTER.
I certify that the tvond r.-outred bp
the a bow- ,-..urt of the special com?
mission-r has b.-. :i duly given.
Given -nJer my head tnts -fth gar
Of September. IgfS
Teste ?'HARLE.'* <>. .WILLIS.
Se e of Valuable WanafscTenag PlasM at
Altar:???. Va - Ft sirtae ef tare deads af
trust, tp-artnc data ef Aaersat X. OIL sag
apr.i it, mt aad datp sssasgst1 tm turn
? air.?D?.i Canary elerk'a egtre. the aanVr*
atgs'd -:. sei: at paettc sseosn eg th*
f -. ?'s en Krteay. Oeteeer it. mi, at 99
e'-iec? A *t . ?>a p.ar: ef the Ceasa*)
Forsltura Werks, tn.uetr* fectsry
esTlce estdinas as* lead attack** to
rsacVnsrj r.-?nehie?a so'cata eg.c*
fir* set fft'arae asaaefaeiand $ *j
f -?-?-? I r-.rr *? and -it'?la ee
at a ??-'? er in percala te salt per
T.rn-.s ? ?an. bat store Mberal
a BeB, a laeiera. Ta :
g Csltte. A B Paeee.
fU par BMa.