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CMUflfT ?TAUT AND RIAL KB
TAT? MEDIUM IM TIKGIHIA. A KD
?IB Or THE BaTST IN AMEHICA.
Want Ad Rates
Dally, mam erat per ???*? ???"
Ba advance. Ma Ad. tmk.ee tor lese thee
Oaa aad eoe-half rests a word all
claaeia_ttoaa except BitoaUea Wasted
tee paadap. sitaatloa Waated. eaa eeat
a ward. Me Ad. saaday taken far leaa
tkaa arteea eeata.
Ma Ada. taken far leaa tkaa tweaty
anre seats whoa phoaed la ar charged
at the counter.
Phene orders mot awaraatee-.
Waat A*. Has. Fhone Haar?* f.
ClaaalBcalleae act guaranteed after
?tht P. M.
Pa* haalaeea ceelracts. aead for the j
avtttu a?iu jh uuuJ
_eO_T^i.~?THAYi-.u. EatuAl 12?'?'BAR
tap Av saun. !>?! ivn nrft^ uim usa
had wrute coin*: pupu;, kuuui tour
?MSBtaa aasV i.evvttiu it retutaon taj
lap kuuve kuurvai or to A. W. Murin,
American ?National U_uk.. ;
EueT. uui t v..?'iCH UW MAIN, BE- i
iweteu ? ?eiuy-wiat uuu 'fumatSB
tmru ahraata nuuuay. October -?? :
tlu rewttru 11 teuiutu to til Mda_l I
.smtn. No o.uebwoii* asaed.
tSSt. ?lilA"ll CAMI.O Pitt, EITHER '
on Nonn neteinn aireel. C'ia> ?.iect ;
car or on ?oio-.e Avenue. J iiuer ?
y lease return to ii* starts BataPIB i
hfSatf \aj*a*?a*W? SySl.
to ge-t, my tree oooKici. t 1*4. tens
how; write to-aay?new. EaKl.
_ MuFKlNS. Washington, D.C._
WANir.i,. 1MK ti. S. Alt?i'. ABLE*
bodied, unmarried men, oetween agei
vt It aad JS, ciUiens ot United stales;
Of puod cnarauter and temperate uai>.
Its, who can apeak, read a_d write
the Etignsn language, i-or lufornia
t.on, appiy to ...iting oiacer,
id hroait. Kichraond, V a._
^".?liiU Ubutt->.Ks ruK oTr.All
ahovel work at Vauua, N. C. Vtagea
?i.6u per day. Meeauy pay. F___t_.fr,
a tAmtfitA, Uenetsi Cvatrafisata.
MAIL CARRIERS. .'OeT-?* F1CE
clerka wanted; ??'.. mot.lu. Kiciiuiond
examinations uuring Novemoei. rrtg
to-cning. *ft*irM*-lf1 lAsariii.,
Dept. ,11-T. Ku. luster. N. It.
EXPERIENCED LADIES TAILORS AT
once; good wage*. AH1 HER MOR?
RIS. NurtuJk. Va.
w ANTED~T WO ?ARBERS. must BE
experienced, $12 per week guaran?
teed. Apply 2 North EighleeuOi .
WANTED, ONE~ or t W?l??D t?? i
jred men to act as agents lor buiid- '
lug lots In ttf largest and best col?
ored subdlvia.on in district of Co- '
lUtttbia. Call or write GLENDAi-E
LAND CO.. Washington. L>. C
alE.N AM)" ~WUMEN WANTED FOR
government positions, tie week.
Write for Hat of position* open*
franklin INSTITUTE. Dep'C
413-t. Rochester. N. t._
bA?ibb, MKN TO LEAl'.N ?Al.lir.K
trade, few wceits required; steady
positions for competent graduates; .
. wunut-riul deraarrd lor barbers. Free
catalogue. Hit-UMOND UAKi3t.it
t.'Oi-UcUE, Richmond. Va
?vanted.'men io learn'b?rber
tr?iie; ijow system; eight weeks com?
pletes, wages while learning. Posi?
tions guaranteed graduates. Write
for catalogue. MOLER a BARBER
CMLLi.GE. 2V7 Bowery. New York
WANTED. CARRIAGE BLACKSMITH
helper. Appiy I A- M. Monday morn?
ing. A- m-i'ERS no.SS. 141 East
Cary Street _
WANTED. 2 > ~MEN ?ND BO VS ~to
work in shipping departtseat. W. j
t. HOOD It CO.. Ginter Park.
?uuationg tjuaniro, _t*atr
vfjCST\tV. "l>?S?T.65r BT' THOROUGH?
LY competent unregistered druggist;
joung man wi_ t;oou habits, mar?
ried; small town preferred; refer?
ences. Address B ?21. care Times- '
WANTED. POSITION AS GENERAL,!
utility man auout the bouae and .
stable by young colored man; reter
er.ee, present employer. Address ?
MACK FOSTER, care Timoa-Dis-'
WANTED. FARM TO MANAGE ~BT
up-to-date, experienced man; Pied
mont section preferred, but will con?
sider other loeailtlea Do you de?
sire hatter reaulu? Then write me
new Address B to. care Ttmea
POSITION' AS TRAVELING 8ALES
man with firat-clasa wholesale
house Addresa K 18t. care Timea
ttEOISTERED PHARMACIST WANTS
position la Virginia, best reference.
Address B tt. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
wanted. at ONCE. 100 GIRLS. OVER
FOURTEEN TEARS OLD. LIGHT.
CLEAN WORK AND GOOD WAGES.
apply ALLEN A GINTER BRAN CiL
seventh AND CARV STREETS.
wan'tetj. a TorXG WHITE GIRL to i
nurse st the Foundling Hospital, i
Thirty-aecond and Clay, at once, j
Applp at the above address. _
W?NTEDriN A PLEASANT COCNTRY j
home, a compaaionable rrursc. Ad-'
dress B ;.?. care Times-Dispatch. !
wanted. ladies to devote ALL
or part time to a high-ciaas i-r po?
sition la the city, wblch will prove
remunerative; references. Call t:te
Sa I t*. w. r smith. Ill last
?read Street. _
wanted, girls for neat, clean
warft, good wage, paid whir* learn?
ing. a. hokn A co.. Sixth and
Caaal ati ssta._
Wanted, good'cook, m? han
Wanted, a woman to"cook and
clean for famflv of two. Apply, with
retoreacea. IPS North Sixth Street.
BngUttw* g>ppwiiiiiniisf 5
reliable people banhing $1 or more
regularly. Chargea cents up
tmfaettTftoi l_ibiEr tAilgtCtiie
nnly aaa la town who makes a spe?
cialty la altering all kinds ef gar?
ments to the latest fsshlon Every
aaiassat that is sltered la my estsb
nahment is done under asy personal
papal i Ml 11 Price very moderate
aad warfe satisfactory The Raleigh
aaartsaenta Harrison and Franklin
Paesae Madtsaa tltt__
9k. x'xyrn e. gct. formerlt ~or
Norfolk, hag Ms dental parlors at
lit North Ptfth harm,
! DAILY PUZZLES
What kind of a cbalr?
ASaWKH TO lKSTKRDAY'S I'liZLB
HOOH10 $w Vstr.i
bombast"claV. nicely furnish
?d. cXean rooms; plione, bath; 11.50
week up. _ _ ,
H.YNDhOMELY"FT,'RN7sH^D ROOMS, j
76 cents and up. heart of Rlchuion :. j
Special reduced rates. permanent; ;
two-room light housekeeping. THE !
ROANOKE. lit .North Eigtitu Street. |
914 east clay. NEWLY FURNISH- I
ed. clean rooms; soutnern exposure.
bath, phone. Flat three rooms, Haut
RMMAHT. ATTHAOTTve R?OM&! ii
North Sixth, east Bid* of street.
MCELY-FURNISHED ROOMS, W1T?
or without board; also connecting .
rooms, suitable for housekeeping. 71s .
BEAUTIFUL large VAPOR-heat
ed second -story front room, private
bath, fur gentlemen or couple. 103 '
East Grace. j
^""^Natlonal 'bank "oPvirgTntaT'^'^' J
Richmond, Vt. September 1. 1912. .
KOT.OE?THE NATIONAL BANK OF j
Virginia, located at Richmond. In the
State of Virginia, Is closing up 'is !
affairs. All note-holders and others,
creditors of said association, are
hereby notified to p .sent the notes
and other claims against said asso?
ciation far payment.
W. lg. ADDISON. Cashier.
Dated at Richmond. Va. Aug. 30. 1912.
wanted, the public to kn .?w
that JAHNKt BROS.. Jewelers ill
East Main Street, buy. sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS in the
DAT bt STYLES. Old gold enc" eil
vei >?lwaya taken 'n exchange I
'Franklin .Street, handsome rooms,
with steam heat and board. Dining '
room service under management of i
Mrs. Lee Strlne Dlpscomb. _i
1003 WEST GKACE STREET. ROOMS?
WANTED. BOARDERS FOR LARGE
front room. 411 North Tenth.
Tab!.- boarders._ ;
FURNISHED' ROOM AND BOARD;'
also table boarders. 2124 Hanover,
&ral C0r.ni* S*t fealr
beautiful farms in the Long Green
Valley, directly on the Maryland
and Pennsylvania Railroad, Zu miles
frees Baltimore, one-hair hour 8 ride >
by steam road; 400 acres; 2.000 fruit
traee; l?-room house, costing 822,000. '
magnificent garage; most beautiful ;
views. Ideal farm for stock-raising. ,
Crops, wheat and corn. Splendid op?
portunity. Address WEBB at WHITE 1
408 Maryland Telephone Building!
NICE SIX-ROOM HOU8E 8??TH '
Richmond, 81.950. Address K 184. !
care Times-Dispatch. _ .
WILL EXCHANGE" NEW YORK SIT- I
burban residence, ten room-house. 1
lot 60x100. for a suburban home in \
Richmond or country place with one
to v?n acrea. convenient to the c'ly.
g. H. KING. 610 East Main Street. j
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME, HIGH >
Improvements; all kinds of fruit:
good clover land; five-room bouse;
ten miles out, but convenient to Rich?
mond. Will sell very cheap. Call '.
Monroe 747 for particulars on week ,
EXECUTOR S SALE.?I WILL OFFER '[
St public sale in Harrisonburg, ;
Roc king ham County, Va, at 13 :
o'clock Thursday. November 21st, the !
well known and valuable Rawley '?
Springs. Vs., property, lSio-1912. '
This Is the finest chalybeate spring
in Virginia; carbonate protoxide Iron. !
Identical with the celebrated apring
at Spa. Belgium. The qualities of
this water are ansurpassed In this
country. For analysis and fall par?
ticulars addreae R a bWITZER
Executor. Harrisonburg. Va
SS SS5 fx mm
TOR RENT. MT COUNTRY HOME IN
Henrlco County fifteen minutes' '
walk from Migniand Park or Olnter j
Park car lines. House contains
eight large rooms. 14x18. and two
smaller rooms, besides kitchen, bath ?
and pantry. Hot and cold water; 1
l>nen closets in each bedroom: large '
attic and large ' basement; large I
garden and beautiful lawn and ?
shade; stable and outhouses. Appiy
I to H. P. TAYLOR JR., IS South
! Fourteenth Street.
FOR RENT. GOOD "SIZE STORE AND
' five rooms for dry goods, gents' fur?
nishing or tailor. S94 West Broad
FOR RENT. 2414 HANOVER STREET?
seven-room brick residence. Apply
1 Room 533 American Bank Bunding,
I or phone Mad'son 4787._
FOR RENT ROOMS 211. 212. 213. ?14 \
Mutusl Building, at attractive price*; 1
will be rented separately if desired.
Addr.se D. B. MARTIN COMPANY.
NELLY 4k CO Write postal law aee
household goods of any kind aad
any amount. Phone Madlsoo l?ee.
WANTED. DIR WORK. STAMPTNO.
light aaackir.e specialties, maaefact
ared under contract, or high-class
repair work. SUCCESS NOVELTY
Ol, INC.. ?ai Stoektoa Stiert_
H ANTED. BY EXPERIENCED STE
noarspher. circular lettera to write
and envelopea to addreae Werk
< ailed Ng and delivered Apply P. O.
WANTED. TO RENT. FTJRNTgHED
hotel in good leeatiea. Address C
?2. care Tttaea Pteasytefc.
wanted, to _f*rt rm
he?1 bald gsedela aap
Phase Madlsea 8S4I
Irr. C4MI ant cat*
bleefc. perfectly dry aeaand^fg>f*
FOR SAUS, |160 SAUK J0-OAUO_
?Tun for ISO. 1719 Eaet Franklin
Street. T. W. TIGNOKS SON.
I WE HAVE A NUMBER OF I_TB
model f nde r wood and Remington
Vlalble typewriters, which look ad
good, work as well and are guar?
anteed the same aa new machines, at
a saving of to per cent. Sent on
examination anywhere. AMERICAN
TYPE WHITER EXCHANGE. INC.,
?Bs East Main Street Phone Madl- '
son l Hi. _^^^^^
I MO'lottCYCLEa ?1- iCL-s, NEW
and aecond-hand: repairing of all
kinds TOM PK INK. 32' West Broad.
|FOii -ALE CHEAP. ALL. aUNUS OP
accond-iuiiid nieqnantcai tools: also
traaka aod suit cases. Apply to
ELaN'ER BROS. Hat East Main
Str-ei. i-aanbrokers._ _"_
FOR SALE, 1375 L> C. SMITH 12
gauK<: D-oiiogiam gun, fUtj two seta
barrvls. .lilt East Franklin Street.
_1__W. TIGNOKS SON. _
?FOR KIRflT-CLASS FRUITS AND PRO
vidii.ii? call at 4-2 East Marshall
Street oi pnune Madison ?40?. Low- j
eat prices. j
|POR~ SALE. "HIGH-POWERED FIVE
passenger .ouring car, perfect con?
dition, fully equipped; a bargain.
Appi> 11 .Norm fourteenth Street,
or pnaas Madison 9*9._
|FOi; aALE. W'Ai?7"sODA FOUNTAIN,
splendid condition; uargalu to quick,
buyer. G. B. CHRiel'lAN. Main
Street _Bank Building.
IS?D? FOUNTA INa?BEFORE BUYING
that new fountain see G. B. CHRIS
> TlAN, Agent. .Robert M. Green dr.
Sous. Main Street Bank Building.
P?MP7 SIX-INCH CENTRIFUGAL. Di?
rect com.ett< d to ?InuHe ste m en?
gine, cond.llon equal to new; will
aeil cheap. Good, serviceable hoist?
ing engine at about halt price. Fif?
teen-ton guy derrick equal to new.
Two nfodern concrete mixera, ault
aole tor general contractor. One
eight-ton tandem ateam road roller
at a sacrifice price. "EQUIPMENT,"
Lock Box 799, Richmond, Vs.
NICE DRIVING MARE. PERFECTLY
Kentle. for aale very cheap; also two
desirable lota at a sacrifice price,
reason for selling, owner leaving
city. Madison 4598._
machinery of every description, belt?
ing, hangers, shafting and pulleys;
condition guaranteed. I. BLUFORD
& CO.. 1.3a East Cary 6treet.
FOR WAGONS. GO TO RICHARDSON
BROS.. 615 Brook. Avenue. Painting.
repairing and rubber-tire_work.
FOR SALE" "TWO RUBBER-TIREL? i
top buggies, newly painted, S50 and!
160; one top grocery wagon. $30. A. I
MEYER'S toONS. 731 E- Cary Street |
WAGONS AND' TKUCKS. TOP AND j
open; large at&cic; lowest price. A.'
.me i er a SONS. 731 E. Cary Street.
^ ^ujiocrio ftoatt*._
Atlantic Cuast Line Ra'lroad Company.
Office of the Treasurer
Wilmington. N. C. OcL 20. 1912.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
Atlantic Coaat Line Railroad Com?
pany has declared 2 per cent inter?
est on the certificates of indebted?
ness of tnat company, payable at tne
office of the treasurer, at Wilming?
ton. N. C. on and after November
1. 1912. The transfer books are
closed from the 21st day of October,
1912. to the 1st day of November.
1912. both inclusive.
JAMES F. POST. Treasurer.
Atlantic Coaat Line Railroad Company,
Office of tbe Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the regular annual and general meet?
ing of tile stockholders of the At?
lantic Coast Line Railroad Company
will be held at tbe office of the com?
pany, at Byrd Street Station. In the
eity of Richmond. Va. on Tuesday,
the 19th day of November. 1912. at 11
o'clock A. M.. for the election of di?
rectors and. other officers, and for
the transaction of aucn other busi
n> as as may lawfully come be'ore
the meeting, including tbe subjeet
hereinafter stated. This meeting
has aiso been called by the board
of directors as a special meeting of
the stockholders of the company, to
be held at tne aama time and place,
to consider, act and paas upon, au?
thorize and consent to. an increase
of tbe common capital stock of this
company by the amount of six mil?
lion aoilars, in addition to the pres?
ent authorised Issue of such stock,
such lncreaaa to consist of sixty
thousand sbarea each of the par
value of one hundred dollars, and
to the issue and sale thereof; and
to provide that each and every
stockholder of this company shall
be given the right of eubacrlbing
for and purchasing at par common
capital stock or this company equal
to 10 per cent of his recorded hold
BBSJBJ of the capital stock of this com- 1
pany upon a date to be fixed by the.
board of directors, and upon auch
conditions as may be determined;
and generally to take any and all
action that may seem necessary and
desirable in connection with, ger?
mane to or growing out of any of
the matters hereinbefore stated.
The books for the transfer Of the
capital stock of the company will
close Wedneaday. November 6, 1912,
at 3 o'clock P. hL. and will ba re?
opened oa Wedneaday. November 2t.
1912. at It o'clock A. M
By order of tbe Board of Directors.
H. L. BORDEN.
October la. ltlt._
Virginia Railway and Power Company""
62S-I3? East Main Street,
Richmond. October 29. 1912.
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the etock
holdara of the Virginia Railway and
Power Company will be held at tbe
general office of the company. In
th? city of Richmond. Va. on Wed?
neaday, November 20. 1912, at 12
o'clock M , '
The transfer books will be closed
on Thursday. October SI. 1912. at X
o'clock P. M, and will be reopened
on Thursday. November 21, 1912, at
1? o'clock A. M.
Richmond. Fredertchsburg and Po?
tomac Railroad Company.
Office ?t th? ?crelary.
Richmond Vs.. October 18. 1912.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I the annual meeting of the stockhold -
' era of the Richmond. Fredeiickabura; :
? aad Potomac Railroad Company will j
he heid at its office. In the First '
X-tionai Bank Building. Richmond. I
Va.. on Mondny. the ltth day af i
Noreuber. 1912. at 11 o'clock A. M
The stock transfer books will ha !
closed at 3 o'clock P M Monday. I
November 11. 1912. snd reopened at
IS o'clock A. M Tuesday. November
1?. 1912. _
Potomac Railroad Company.
OtB ? of the Secretary.
Richmond. Va, October 11. 1912..
'NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of the Potomac Rallmad Com?
pany w'll he held at Ita office, la the
Ftr.?t National Bank Building. Rich?
mond. Va_ on Monday, the hit day
of November. 1912. at 12.99 P M
The stock transfer books will ha
eloaed at t o'clock P. M Monday.
Not ember iL 1912. and r a ape aad at
IS o'clock A. M. Tuesday. November
Waahl ng l o n^ a^ ut L r rn Raima- Cent
O-tea of the Sec retary.
R cbmond. Va. October It. 1911
NOTICE IS HEX EBV GIVEN THAT j
the annual meeting of the stochhold?
ers af the Wsahlngton-Bouthera
Railway Crimps ay will '
BaUdlag, miau at. Va. aa Monday,
the itth day of Noseaihor. 19U, at
12 ocloeh Bisa.
r tewed at S oV.o*a> p. M Men any. No- i
?washer It, 1912. aad) nap an at at IB J
e clacB A. M
MEETS AT YANCEY
reatinv of Stssion Is Dedication of New tchoo*
h.use for Use in Mountain Missionary
V. ork?L rjre Shipments of Lattie.
(Special tu The Times-Dispatch. ]
Wlncnester, Va, October 2i.?One of
the main features of the one hundred
and twentieth semi-annual meeting of
the Vaiiey Coasrocatsua of the Protest?
ant Episcopal Church, held during the
past week at Vancey. was th? dedica?
tion of another new schoolhouse,
which is a part of the work which is
oelng carried on in the Blue H<dgc
Alountaln sections by Rev. Josiah R.
Kills, whose- missionary work lias ap?
pealed strongly to practically all the
members of the church in the O'ocese
of Virginia. In the course of an ad?
dress here a few days since. Rev. Mr.
i-His stated that the Vancey (or Kik
ton> mission now possesses church,
mission and school property, FSlaod at
?&,oo0. and that there is only about
$300 indebtedness He also stated that
the demand for increased educatloual
facilities at his mountain mission 1b
constantly increasing. The enrolment
this year <s nearly double that of a
year ago. The church work is like?
wise prospering. Kev. Nelson P. Dame,
formerly, of ikchester, who recently
became diocesan missionary under
provisions of the w<ll of the late- Al?
bert Baker, of this city. Is assisting
Rev. Mr. Ellis *n bis mountain work,
and rectors of other churches in the
Virginia Valley and the Page Valley
are also finding time to help with the <
-.York. The meeting of the convocation ?
was held in 8t. Stephens Church, at ?
Vancey. which was built by W. K i
Baker, of Winchester, as a memorial ?
to hla wife, the late Mrs. Emma G'nu
Baker. A large, number of ministers
were in attendance. Rev. W. D. Smith,
of this city, has been dean of tne con- I
vocation for a number of years. .
Rev. J. T. McBryde. D. D.. who for
several years ws8 pastor of the Pres- 1
?yteriun Churches at Hedgeevllle and ,
Kalling Waters, Berkeley Couu.y, West i
Virginia, and one of the best known '
members of the Virginia Synod, d<ed ,
last week in Jenkinsviile. S. C. where
he had 'been for several moajtas In the
hope of being able to recupeiate from
a severe illness. He was sixty-seven
years old, and came to thia section of
the synod a number of years ago from
Cape Charles. His remains were tn- ,
terred at Jenkinsville. His w'dow, who :
wan his second wile, survives.
Isaac Miller and wife, of Cedar ,
Grove. Frederick County, left last
week for Maasilon. O.. on a visit to '
their nephew, Ira Shob. and other rela
tives. and as they alighted from the
train a friend-announced that Mr. Shoo
and his father had just been killed
by a Pennsylvania Railroad train. The .
men are believed to have been driving
to the station to meet their kindred .
from V'rglnia when a train struck '
their buggy. Their bodies were not .
mangled, but numerous bones were !
broken. The horse was also killed and
the buggy was demolished.
The railroads running through the
Sbenandoah Valley have been handling I
unusually large shipments of cattle
uuring the past two weeks, which are ,
sent to Jersey City and exported to ?
the English markets. Tba cattle come j
from the Southwestern sections of this '
State and the Eastern part of Ten- i
nessee. where they are fed and fat- >
tened exclusively on grass. They go
direct to the foreign markets without I
being fed on grain, and command j
much higher prices.
At the fifth annual convention of
the Frederick County Sunday School |
Association, held here a few days ago, -
L. A. Adams, of Stephens City, was i
chosen president to succeed himself, ,
and all other officers ware re-elected.
Addresses were made by Dr. M. E.
Church of Falls Church, president of j
the State Association; T. C. Diggs. of ,
Richmond, the 8tate secretary, and by
local pastors. The principal address
at the night session waa made by Rev. j
W. D. Smith, rector of Christ Episcopal
Church, wirb spoke on "The Worth of |
a Boy." j
In spite of tbe fact that large beds
of limestone have been encountered. I
the work of making a connection In ,
the northern suburbs of Winchester:
between the Baltimore and Ohio and
the Cumberland Valley Railroads Is
progressing rapidly, and the contrac- i
tors expect to have the work com- 1
pleted by the first of the year. The .
connection will be used principally for
the transferring of freight, which. |
business men say. will be of great .
convenience to shippers.
Mrs. Edward B. Jacobs, one of the j
best known and moat daring horse?
women In this section of the state. ?
whose husbsnd Is master of hounds of ,
the Blue Ridge Hunt Club, of Mill- ?
wood. Clarke County, is slowly re- j
covering from the effects of sn acci?
dent which nearly coat her her life I
during a fox chase near Philadelphia
[recently, and it wa? utliy a few oays
|ago that Mr*. Jamba was uble to be
brought to ber home, near Millwood.
I M h?? taking a jump at nearly six
ieet Mrs. Jacobs'* muutit stumbled on I
a pole, tnat Bad beea knock, d down by ;
another horse, and ska was nuri.-d j
neadiong to the giout^J and rendered
unconscioua. The boras turned a
somersault in the air and tell upon
ner. Mrs. Jacobs? nose waa fractured
in two places, her arms and thumbs
were severely BBiaiaed, and she also
suffered numerous cuts and bruises,
the horse escaped serious injury.
Rev. Arthur L Maiden, o: Shenan- |
doah City, who lor a number of years
has been a ilreman on the Norfolk I
and Western Railway, lias left the]
engine cab to become pastor of tne i
United Brethren Cnur<-h at Western- ]
port. Md., navlng been assigned to !
that place recently at tne annual meet- j
ing of the Virginia conference of that
denomination. He was 01 rained some
years ago. but never accented a church
until thte year, lie is a son ot Rev. '
J. W. Maiden, formerly of ?\ inchester.
but now pastor ot the United Brethren
Church at Tom's Brook, Va.
The first carload shipment of baled i
alfalfa ever made from Frederick j
County was sent this week from
the farm of Harry W. Hyde, uear
? learbrook. whose crop netted blm t-'>
a ton. The growing ot alfalfa In
i-'reder'ck County was taken up by a
few farmers several years ago on
quite a small scale, but now tnat it
has been ahown to bo a profitable crop i
many of the moat progressive farmers
have seeded large helus. Tho crop cut
recently by Mr. Hyde was the first I
to be grown upon his farm, and it was
seeded last year.
Agenta of the United States Forestry
Bureau, who obtained options last
spring on large tracts of Umber laud
In various counties of the Sheuandoah
and Page Valleys for forest reserve
and watershed purposes, have been
surveying recently in Page County,
and have closed deals for several
thousand acres of mountain lands own?
ed by Thomas L. Seekford and others.
Before any land Is bought the govern?
ment employs a lawyer or some other
competent person to exam'ne all the
titles, and during some of the more
recent negotiations the men employed
to do this work were required to trace
the records back to the time when
'i homes Lord Fairfax, a baron of Cam?
eron, owned what is known as all of
the "Northern Neck" of Virginia
The work ot making the final sur?
vey for the e.ectrlc railway line which
is to be built from Martinsburg. W.
Va. to Winchester, waa completed a
day or two ago. and it waa learned
that the company will at once take up
the matter of aaklng for blda on the
conatructlon work. Franchises have
already been obtained frr>m the Coun?
cils of Winchester and Martinsburg,
and bond has been given in each city
by the promoters! In addition to build?
ing a line between Winchester and
Martinsburg. It is the Intention to con?
struct one between Martinsburg and
Hagerstown, connecting at the latter
place with the Hagerstown-Frederick
Company. The route through Win?
chester haa been so planned that a
convenient connection can he made on
the Herryville Pike with a line of the
Winchester and Washington City Rail?
way Company, whose charter empow?
ers It to build and operate an electric
railway between Winchester and at or
near Bluemont, Loudoun County, Va
[Thus far the latter company has con
jfined its activities to supplying the
i cities and towns of this section with
.'electricity for municipal and commer?
cial purposes, but it is stated that
some of the largest stockholders are
willing that the company should also
engage in the trolley buslaesa Wheth?
er the Winchester and Washington
company acts or not In the matter, It
Is the announced Intention of the Mar
tinsburg-Wincbester company to go
ahead with the work. The latter. It la
stated, haa been amply financed by
Wtot Virginia. Maryland and Pennsyl?
Former Mayor Thomaa O. Hayes, of
Baltimore. Is to be one of the principal
speakers hers on the evening of Oc?
tober 31 at the annual banquet and
reunion of the Golden Rule Bible
class of Braddock Street Methodist
Episcopal Church. South. Other speak?
ers will be A. D. Darby, a banker of
Martinsburg. W. Va. who teaches a
large claaa In the First Methodist
Episcopal Church of that city, and Dr.
B. M. Rosaal. principal of the Shenan
doah Valley Academy, of Wlncnester.
who teaches a large Bible class in the
Sunday school of Christ Protestant
Episcopal Church. _ _
News of Petersburg
The Tlmee-Dlspate* Bureau.
i Bollingbrook Street
(Telephone 1485 >.
Peter?* arg. Vs.. October 27.
A nuetlitej ef the Wednesday lfusle
OHk he reorganise and plan for the
? imb? of iri2-lt was held /est er (key
afternoon at sate bosns of tarn presi?
dent, Mrs. Q. Cleveland Wright, en
Sooth Market Street. Mrs. G. CSere
taad Wright was re-elected president,
and the ether ofnoers elected were:
sice-preetdeat. Dr. Wlllssrn F. Ore wry;
segrehSTT-tresonror. Mise Lucy Mci:
Seren new metnbers were elected, as
fellows: vocalists?Miss Donald CSal
borne. Miss Mary Baxter and Mkss Nel?
lie powers; pianists?Miss Fannie Kerr.
Miss Dorothy Pleasants. Miss Virginia
Meads Walke and Mies Mildred Orr.
The membership of the cleb Is lim?
ited to rhir#?all artJstea The first
regular nemal session of the club
will be fcekPon Wedneeder of next
Dr J. M Barke, es? this eity. cta'ef
1 surgeon, will lease te-ateeiaa for
Tampa. FW. ta attend the enaael con
jrcP^rTURE AMD CHINA PACKING.
WE PACK AND SHIP FURNITURE
aad chins end weeding presents with
care Jhaped JACOB UMLAUF. 132?
West Bread Street. "I hone Madleea
OMCA PEST STORAGE. IN CTTT. tl
per load. Store yoer f er el t era baa
ales, utono lies, plsese at PUMP?
KINS. SS7 West Sn ied.
TO LEWD 0*J^ DIAMONDS AMD
wetshu at Maw Tark rates. M. P
JACoaas * tox. x? mm Nans xtsth
m XT TC g. sMUMQ ?
sMth^ tets^ cospoe.^ ^ * shoes
TWtteB of tD? Ossnsoard Air Uaa Rail?
way surgeona srhloh ??et? In that
eMjr on Wedneeday. Ho will be ac?
companied by Mr a. Burke nad Misses
Grace and MadeUne Burke.
A T?rd lev ananas,
Pelei abwrg has two large Ice manu
favcturlng plante which da a good busi
asas. it la reported that a th'rd plant
of a dally capacity at* twenty-flva tons
as to bo established, to ho located In
the western part of the city, bulld
' Inga and machinery to he of modern
typo. It to saht that contract for the
machinery has been awarded to the
Columbus. O, Iron Works Company.
P^eao-ty AI inched.
The property of Professsvr Carlo
? Mora, aliaa Professor Char lea Hay den ;
j Chase, the mtearing musician, left n
I this city, hsa been attached for debt..
' Among the articles levied on Is a
?:..-nft piano, purchased from the Cable
. Company, of Richmond, on the lnstal-!
I meist plan, and other articles In his
j J. Qordon Bohannon. Denwwxatlc
elector Par the Konrsh Dtetrlot. and Hill
Montnsrne. of R nhrnond. elector for the I
Third District, addressed a targe span j
air meeting of Dcasocrats at Wake
Desire has been eras i asi I Par a
j DeaiKH tatlc raHy In Paterahaig hefora
, the etnae of the cam pal an?. and prob
ahly the Wilson-lehrst) all CT ob may
arTang* for one. If apiahirs nan he
Chptaln H E MevVearTof the Pe.
t?nebwr? Oraya. baa boon Beel en at ed
as a mesnrber of the court-martkvl
wh'rih la In att In ftoanoV* ?n Vevsm
Tser ii to try the caae of Captain it W.
Da-ant. of Cwmpany P. Itecond Vir?
ginia R glaiens, far an eg-a derelict Von
atea If J ltlnfnrd, psr manv years
sapagrd in the millinery bnwlneaa in
this city. Is reported as vary IU In h?r
home, on Past Tabh Street.
The etty la ahsat Sa Tsasrtn work on
fha Atenatew systoat of sowor and
wafer ma'n amprWseaants and planned
aneVr the aedlaaaco pr?riding for the
snaps, of t*e* aas of I Uta.
Two freight oars at rh- thahaarl
Air Uno oration an TaTarhst uummt worm ?
broken fptn hast night Only a few
pair* of wwmen's ah sen were state*, j
A C- aanrw-s-Nssp? fl#fp>T-s>. w sp# ssVt?Twkp>~lVtM
I taat night on f??ij>jMpi ^J^j^jj^^j
Cary Street and
West End Lob
For Homes or Speculation. Complete Litt
McVeigh & glinn
Auction toilet, gut?u 2>a?0 auction toaUf, jpototr Baft
BT She* * K??|M,
Re&I Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER* AUCTION SALE
THAT HIOH-OLASS ACREAGE PROPERTY. SITUATED ON BOTH STD ES Of
THE BROAD STREET ROAD. A PEW MILES WEST OP THE CITT
LIMITS. AND KNOWN AS "TYLER'S."
Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court, of Henrico County, entered on
the 22d day of October, 1912 In th?? oauae of Tyler ire. Tyler et als. the under
signed special commissioners will aell at public auction, on the prentlsea, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER II. 1?12.
at 4 o'clock P. M.
the above described property, containing 145 acres, more or less, situated ea
the Broad Street Road and east and west sldee of the Hungary Road.
This land lays beautifully, and It will he an exceptional opportunity te
secure acreage In a section whioh la rapidly advancing in value, tu t should
attract inc.-store, as well aa speculators.
The property will be offered first In separate parcels, and then aa a whose
A plat can be seen at office of auctioneers.
TERMS: One-fourth cash; balance one, two and three years, wtth Intel eat
at 4 per cent
. RE PEYTON, JR. f
JOHN B. WELSH.
SHEA m KEEOAN. Auctioneers._
I certify that the bond required of the special commissioners In the above
suit has been duly given.
_SAMUEL P. WADDILL. Clerk.
By N. W. Bow* A Son.
Real Batate Auctioneers.
POUR EXCELLENT BRICK HOUSES,!
NOS. 115-117-123-125 SOUTH PINE
STREET. AND ALSO TWO BUILD -
IX'? DOTS ON CUMBERLAND
STREET, IN REAR OF SAID
As executor of the estate of the late j
C. E. Wellford, I will sell by auction,
on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IX 1912.
beginning at 4 o'clock p. M. sharp,
the four excellent two-story brick
dwellings above referred to. These!
houses are comparatively new. fairly
modern, and are on excellent lota of I
Aa homes or aa investment proper?
ties, these houses should appeal strong
ly to those in search of good, subetan- j
tial and well located brick dwellings, j
THE TWO VACANT LOTS. FRONT?
ING 19 FEET EACH on the north side
of Cumberland Street. Just in the rear
of the above mentioned houses, are
just the place for two snug tenements*
TERMS: One-third cash, and the
residue at one and two years, for notes
with Interest added, and secured by a
deed of trust.
B. RAND. WELLFORD,
Executor of C E Wellford. Deed.
Auction fealt* Hits S>a?
By J. D. Carneal ft Son,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
Public Auction Sale
1210s 1212, 1214, 1216|
Boy d Street
ON MONDAY.'OCTOBER 28, 1812.
at 4:80 o'clock p. at.
on the premises, we will offer for sale I
at public auction the above property.
These houses are splendid renters, and |
In a good renting locality. Now bring,
ing |7 per month each, and always
rented. They have three rooms each,
and are in good condition. The owner
of this property la a nonresident, and
la very desirous of selling. By at?
tending this aale, a bargain can be
had. either aa a speculation or aa In?
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
luai cgtatt jFor mm
on Trolley Line
Beautiful location, with bake and i
running stream, owned by nonresi?
dent, who Is determined to Bell Only
six aatlee from Richmond.
R B. CHAFFTN St CO. INC..
Twelfth and Main Streeta
doat, colored. The awassSfj
flve months ago. and *he at_
been away ever since. He only re?
turned to town yesterday.
ASHLAND NEWS NOTES
[Special te The Tim es-Dispatch.]
Ashland, Vt, October 87.?The "an
ever Chapter of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy hold the eeael
annual meeting on Thursday morn?
ing la the home of Mrs George Mor
rta The president, Mrs. W. D. Card
well, read a pep er ea the growth of
the chapter and the secretary and
treasurer gare la their reports. It wag
unanimously desidsd te take a Ufa
membership la the Confederate Mu?
seum in Richmond, and alee te aastet
la raising a fuad for the Arlington'
Mrs a L Oeohrnn and
Alice Coco ran. of Houston, Texas, has.
concluded their vtstt to Maw. Ereeet I
Gray and rv-_
Mrs 8. A? Hurray, whe kaa been sie?
lt.ng her daughter. Mm J A. BJaein
game. left lent weak far aar kerne la
Mississippi- _ __M
Miss Margie Mosten? of ftsthsaoes
will spend Hohemoor with fiieade M
Ash atnd- *
sv u Gravely, of Becky Meant. N
C recently vtslted friends bora |
Rev. and Mrs W. a Betee. Jr . aad
son were recent guests of Mra. Anne
I? Waltete, _. _
James R Lea vail, of St. Louis at a.
te rerlffred at the Heavy Ckay laa, j
Mr Leese? la aa eld Rar e^ta*-Meiose,
College men aad ttia la k*s Sr-t statt
to his alma saater since bis celleg-.,
Miss langaai ?Halali. 44*
wee the trasat_sbarlty ?ba
of Mis Anale Heater
BUce Warren* for Sre paar? enece
at Randolaa-Macoa Cullstg?. ?* fw
studving estelelee at tho Uinvarstty
at Virginia, eases eswa te sea saw
By Ohapln ft Hum-, .
ReaJ Estate Auctioneers.
By direction of the owners, who are
determined to sell for division, wa will
sell at public auction, on the premises,
TUE4TDAT. OCTOBER 29, H12.
at 4:3? o'clock P. M..
the well located, substantial three,
story brick dwelling. ioit Park Ave?
nue, containing twelve or more rooms.
This property, being an excellent
renter, commends Itself not only to
those seeking a desirably located
home, but to the Inventor as well. At?
tend this sale and get a bargain. t
CHAPIN A HUME.
By C. I* A H. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
I THAT CONVENIENT HOME. WITH
LARGE LOT. NO. 14 SOUTH SHORT.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated.
October 34. 1911. recorded in Richmond:
Chancery Court D. B 213-A, page ltl,
and at request of note holder, default
having been made In payment of aW."
note, secured In aald deed. I will selk
by public auction, on the pramissa on x
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1912. 4
at 5 o'clock p. M.
the real estate described la aald dead
I as being on the west side of Short
I Street, between Main and Gary Streets,
fronting 44 foot 4 Inches on Short
I Street and running back 1(4 feat to'
an allay. The Improvements oonstsa
I of a neat dwelling (No. it), containing;
eight rooms, with ana and water, and.
will rant at good price or make a aloe
TERMS: Cash to pay eoats of sale.
' any taxes due. and Its, with IntarsaV
credit for two notes of 9-0 each, dan
April 24. 1913. and October 24. 1913,
and one note for ?1.000 due
24. 1913. and the residue at oat
two years, with interest: or all
at the option of the purchaser.
C L. DENOON.
AT PETERSBURG. TA.
[OF A MOST VALUABLE PROPERTY
ON THE NORTH SIDE OF WASH?
INGTON STREET. ADJOINING THE
CATHOLIC CHURCH PROPERTT.
ON _ _
THURSDAY. OCTOBER tl.
at 4:30 P. ML
At the request of the hoard Of direc?
tors of the T. ? C A- am shall offer
by public auction, at the above time
' aad place, that moat valuable piupsFtp
fronting on the north side of Waaas
tngteo Street 7T 7-lt that aad
lap; Isaak Its feet to para Hoi
This la one of the beat located
ertiee ha the city far a
i stall bastnsos. being la the ceatm at
the city and immediately on the aar
Uno and across the street from the
A. C I* Railway station. This prop?
erty should appeal to every one as ash
Easy terms known day of sale.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OP T. at C A
JAMES R HARRISON.
_Pet crab arg. Va
By Pollard A Bagby.
Real Estate Auctioneer*
FARM OF SE V ENTT - POUR
WITH DWELIJNO AND ALL (
CHESTER Fl ELD COUNTY. VA_
NORTH OP THE MinLOTHJAJf
TURNPIKE. ABOUT STX
In eaocatloa of n deed of trust,
August 4. 1919. to the
trustea and recorded In the ilaisfB
ofB~ of the Circuit Court of Cheat
?esa. D. B. 1:1. paste 221. detsnM h
tag been made In the payment of
debt therein eecared. 1 will sell
auction on the premises, oa
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1912.
at t o'clock P. at,
the above mentioned farm.
TERMS: Eajoagh la eawsB pa pay ?
of aale, aay taxes that may ha 4
one note for SF1? Sd. with Interest _
February A 1911. one note far PSMM,
with Interest from Aar us* 4. mi, assi
the reetdae at nae and two years after
date, credit payments to he evbtatsattj
by notes aad secured by deed of treat.
By j Thumpaan Brown Mt Co,
THRKE AMAH. PTCA I
AND WEST END
42x1 It FEE .
LOhTBARDT AND STJ
We arm sell