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GREATEST WAST AND REAL. F.?
TATE MEDIIM IN VIRGINIA. AaTD
' M; OP THE BBST IK AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
OaJIy. one erat atr word wbaw palo
la advance. No ad. taken for lese *haa
oar and one-half cents a ward ail
rlaaallrailoaa ezeept SltuatAea W??t?4
'or Sunday. SltuaUoa \\ noted, aaa real
a north .No Ad. Suada? takes tor leas
Ifens altera . ruin.
.>? ada. taken (or leas tats tweaty
? *e ccala ntr? phoaed la or i-earged
?t the rouater.
Faoae order* set guaranteed.
i laaaiu. n riuan avt aunraateeS after
?SM V. at.
? or bualaese rsntracta, scad for tka
Waat Ad. Maa. Ptvaa Moaroe ;
hum uno j ?uuu
LifStf, .-AU li?Ai' MuUT ON l'AHK
btiecL, SStwaafl Main ana Hanoi
Avenue, tairly aljfhl ?un?it iu ei
rency. Howard if ieft at ivi Norm
1 ark blitvt._ _
STK?i LA), r HUM it. 15 GROVE AVE
nut , .. - ..i, or ?\ednssusy, French
poodle u>/fc Aua? er? io trie iiamo of
BO/. r.naee ivlurii to tile, above
uiui i'>t anu receive reward.
s?*li> UrlbitU?, as?SlU
AHLE-B u>1c;L>~mEn WANTED FOB
Hie Called eiatsa aiai lue CsffsW.
tauen trie as.a of 1? aad i?. Aiu?t
native born or Lavs nrat pepe
Meuibly ? ay. 111 to |s* Ad?nn ,n*?
rornpsnsaium poss.b.e. led. cIjUi
i.is. <<-u.ie:s ^tiu ...tedi^a. artn.n..:?
tie-. Alter M year* service ..an re?
tire who T| pur cent ol ySy ?aU ai
lowaassS. fc-eivice on Ocaiu Maty ai.d
eanurc in ail parts of Mat ?mld. A,
?>t at U. a. AtAiU-sc. COiifo BM<
? HUlTOi - OKslCsi, cast Ms
i.ichtnond, v a
W ANTED. YuLNU MAM Of EXEC?
tive aMUtFi weil poeted in hsaitii and
accident toauraxice, for position of
secretary. Address la own hand
"? n tints, giving references and ail
particulars for Intelligent considera?
tion, G II, care Tlmea-Dlspatch.
'VA.N'Tfl', SIX BOYS with BICYCLES.
Apply at on day uiori,. ng RICHMOND
MfaSSENOEB SERVICE, dls Last
1. ?NTED. AT ""ONCE. two first~
cias* he.'bera. ',U Last >Xaln Street.
ill' '?? .'I<-E~boy everett
c AjjDLY CO_
HAIL'a ai MAIL CLtKKo WANTED"!
!??> month. Rlcn.uond examinations
coming "ion. coscntng frae. FRANK?
LIN INSTITUTE, Dag't tu w.
R?chest ., N. Y-_
\~aIs\Lv. ~~? VVrjRKTNcT FOREMAN
- fifty sell apple orchard and
'arm in Albemarls County, house
f .rnistied State exerience. refer?
ences r,rid waget A SI i. care Tlmes
? ~Ani: f>. FOR u S. AHMT, able"
bodied as ma rr tad ai'ii ,tKt*t?n ages
of 1* and 34. cltUene of United
Mates, of sood cua: acter and tsrn
parais habits, who can speak, read
and write the Eng.ish language. For
lr.torx.iit.ion, spply to Recruiting
Offices. *>2t> E Bros< Richmond. Vs.
wanted. ^oU?. bot ~~ at once":
good references. Address U SJS. care
?V?5 T<Jd! YOUNG man who cam
;- :iU .lu.-.ior l.r.otype WAVEKLV
?TED 'EXPERIENCED WORKING
arts . ? .rr.co. to operate my farm
near Baltimore. Md.; Sit? or ltd, and
.<<-, if satisfactory. Addrea*
F'kilip gibson. Arista,
wanted! at once, assistant
registered ?r experienced unregls
ts ad d ug -ierk. Address DRL'O
'.LEKK. 10:0 Hull Street, South
i. ?-.i _^
01 imi j:\Q~ <JSimtO. i?dl?
r?l .MJ MAN.^TWENTy-SEVEN. DE
sires position as bookkeeper; expe?
rienced and thorougoly competer.t;
sstM reterer.cea L lt?. care Tiuies
BT YOUNG MARRIED M?x!
, .ft:, as bo ?..keeper, goou ctirre
?1 ' ,j'n, sn<i .Igr.t years' experience
witn one at the iargsst wholesale
?.oases in .-"tat. .JJress I:ox 44.
i? Ith h -hinor.d. Va_|
KEOIPT,. RED drugoi8t DKsTpJis
pesttiOS Bo\ :T4. Covlngton. Va
wT.nted. PANTRY MAN, EX.pe
perienced man preferred. Apply rear
'loor. ell East Grace Street._
%}tl9 CfitsUitr*i j-imait
WATPfaHK" 'P-ELIABI-Ii' 1^f>IES~i>-0?
home work, to stamp patterns:
steady or evenings; $1 dozen upward
. i tad! ttend^nts. Csil Loom 3.1
ItUrd r .ojr. Virginia B.d* . F.fta
ar.d Msin. _
.";..!.:-:R w RHl5?Ds"T0c;w?iRE the
leap cf bright, active salesgirl]
?n various departraents. previous sx
pertessM desired, though not essen
I ai. p-rmsner.t . -.t.. s to tLose
who c jallfy.
Igclf, ti'ti'.r ana JfWilC
i..'.NoiiKN^GE^f ?c7vh;r.sment '
)? b* $:?> week. Write Immediately;
for list "* positions open. FRANK?
lin INSTITUTE, Dep t. lie W, j
-ter a. T.
^oucirois dnc Sdiremrn
v . latK aSLMII PN ? E?" "^LtlAK ?
ixA fi\: <a.es:nan tor Southern tee? I
ritorj-; one that has already esreeewd
the South; a man with establenet
'rade preferable Write J IdTl'nsaaM
m CO. tzt Arch ?treeL PhlladeiphtA
Siuiarions, procrssittntil i
B"ff.\L\tIB n-t LSK WiSHLS POSITION
Co care lor an invalid er fht rtias
ssge treatmenta. M. C B.. il% North
Third street Phone Malison a(*2?-J.
Suuduons (juanrco, j-rmiu
H* THF.KE TlTsCAtlLEf^ttWrnVW
j I ur tamlly ist MKS. CHADICK sens
I u a depeodsbls uod?rgradusts
? r^- t hone Msdlson f?S-L_.
money to buy or bails, er to pay og
nt. tg.xges anywhere la the United
.-'tatra. only I per cent simple aar.ual
ir-erest. ws glvs you ten years to.
repay loan at the rats of fs per
mor.th na each fl.OOe borrowed.
Write, call or phone Moaroe 1131 tor'
foil Information EMPIRE REALTY1
t M?"?PTGAGE COMPANY. 1017 Mu-,
taal Building. Rirbiond. Va. |
r>:;tm. kor APPROVED KNTKR
rt.\IM.<5 <'F EVERY KTNI? COLI^CT
ed snywhera FTDELTTT CRKDTT i
"O. ;:t Norttl IV.ghth ?Hreet. R.'cb-j
? ? d \ a j
^otiltrr. i>rtQ ano i..br ?rork
: - ? ? IIITK AM? Bt FF "RfTNO-j
-/w-serels fr^m IsTlng strtln. |: Sc)]
ii lie Arelv at TOfirn 112? Tweo-j
'v-sevonfh Street Phone Moaree
w ? VTED. ~A THOROrr.ifBREP
i^'nter doer must be well broken on
% d->uhi? ir... varlefv pr?ferred
"ri:^ CR?fT I.trtfM-t ?.e.-.g
W and. * T
Krai Catatt fot bait
this counti/, will ssll at * sscrittos
105-scrs farm in Chesterfield, one
mile from railroad, all fenced, good
water. mail payment down, balance
to suit Address L ?48, care Timee
D la patch._
home IjTiioo block west ORACE
1 Street for 110.000. if sold by first of
year. Ten lsrge rooms, hot water
heat and combination fixtures, well
i built and attractively arranged: lot
I fronte thirty feat Coet me $10.500
' to build. Leaving olty only reason
for eelllng. Address C ftl care
FOR SALK. 300-acre WATER-FRONT
i farm on navigable river. Gloucester
j County, Vs.; fertile soil. Beautiful
alte for country home. Addreas Box
IdM, Norfolk. Vs._
FOR SALE, NINE-ROOM HOUSE. DE
teched. up-to-date in every way, in
two equeree of Lee Monument Will
be completed in about sixty days.
Madison 1447. Monroe 1144-L,
Di l SI MA uli" rooms. "WITH" Bo
splendid table board, 401 E. Or taa>
1?U3 WEST ORACE STREET," ROOMs,
STEELY FHJRNIbH^D- ROOM amu
good board. 60S North Fifth Street
WANTBf'. TABLH BOARI'ERR 14 i'KR
week, bot lunohes a specialty from
1! to t. at 25 cerate 9)1 East Mar
VI.t A sant, HFATED ROOMS, MOD~
am convenlencea. good beard. 410
ftoani? fot lur.t
?*rOF b?aJ?? ^r^RicHM?)Nn at
The Roanoke: newly furnished
rooms. "lc day up; bath, phone; h?-at
FOR RENT, lj,RGE COiNS'BCTINO
vapor he tt.-d rooms. 103 East Grace.
N"??.:.;? K'-fiNiSHF.n "rooms, "with
or ?Ithout board. Terrae reaaonab.e.
10 Kaat Marsi all
! ?tt"e>. BT clay. weLL "nUMlMSaV
front room and others, oentral.
! FOR rZnTT\ NICELY WVUHIB&ed
' rooms. T18 Eaat Marthall Street
FOR KI.NT. TO A married COCI'LK.
without children, two ro->ma, fur?
nished for housekeeping, gas range
hath, convenient location, private
family 820 North Twenty-fourth
i Icr, CoiT"iriiFi^i?t?D
BEST DRV PIN<l?'"'WOOD.' 6T(5V>.
lengthe. $4 M cord, $8 2? ha f- 1
fl 76 quarter-cord, drv pine atd oaK
I mixed, $. cord. $3 50 half-cord, $i ?U
I quarter-cord; selected, ha f-te i- sad
alan. aiove length, for heaters and
cook aloves, teats and lasts l.ks o?Ai.
iSkM cord, ii.ii nail-cord. I! (0 quar?
ter-cord For hig loads, phone Mon?
roe 48:?. Li'NE* A HARRIS. 1*11 hi.
ILO2C0 advifes fse OF r. o. m~
coal. i,alf lump for cooking, grates
and furr.a'ea. because it ;s about
half price of anthracite coal, per?
fect!, imekaleee Main office i&oe
; Vest Broad.
BUT COAL AND WOOD from CS A~NI -
aave mone. . Kalf-cord beat sawed
I pins wool. 13.2?. All kinds of coal
at i0w..11 prlcea Prompt delivery
S?d geed serv.ee Mad'aon 41*0. IN
i.r.yenl?nxT v.-oop co.
VTANTEIi. BY YOt'WG MAR RIED ~COU
pla. two unfurn:?hed rooms, auitaole
for ligbt houaekeeping. modirn con?
veniences, give location and term.,
references exchanged. 'Phone Mad
iaon 484. No. 1" North Twelfth Street
wa^sTtTcT""ro<5m""aniT" board" "BY
couple, private family preferred,
tteam-heated. electric lights, con?
venient to private bath, with good
meals: convenient to business eec
tlcn. Reference if dealred. G 11.
ET2J?n^"w aTCH"? Is" t"ROM^i^50~^ND
I BfA Hamilton watches from $15 and
I up Solid gold rings from Ii ar.i
up. Let us ??-.: you a Big Ben alarm
'lock t wake you up on time these
morn.nge WM. TGBIEN. jr. 408
Esau Broad Street _
WE HAVE A NXMBER~OF~ LATE
model Underwood ar.d Remington
Vlalble Typvwri'.ei >. which laok as
gco 1. work as wj>ii and are guar?
antee^ the aatre as new machines, at
s saving of 40 per ient Sent on
exam [nation anywhere. AMERICAN
I TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, iNC.
<0? East Main Street Phone Mad,
scn Hit. ___ j
OENtTn'E."SHETLAND PONIES, B'ftH
aexss. solid and spotted, also Saasa
Shetland roite. aor.a and daughters
I of General Shatter, the ll.OOo etai
Kon Ap?'.> or write TUGS KB
salesman Mor.troe? Pony Farm. 411
Boats Laurel Street_
FOR KALE. A~DRUG STORE IN ONE
of the largest cities in the State,
god atand. good stock. Will se 1 at
lno'ce. oa easy terms If desired,
or If cash, less 4 per cant. H car
FOR SALE. OFFICE PARTITIONS AND
fixtures; can be seen st Bid
Main Street_ I
cltrTi'STMAS -Baskets of j?t."
O'lgln.-l wlto MONROE GROOERY,
CO. JiS West Broad. $1.4?. A b_skel
packed with just the good things for
a meet eatlsrylng. enjoyable Chriat
roas d'nner. cor.slstlna ?? finest
roastr.g cblckens. finest p".urn pud?
ding hsg of rteenr sr.d msny ot if
viands. f esc 111t orders now..
Phone Monroe Ss4 or 88*._
MULDERS. PLANKRS. LAfH
Stave Jointers. Cut-off Saws an-l
other wood-worklr.g machinery. I.
RLi FORD dt CO. _
BOILERS AND ENGINES. ALL SIZES
smckeatacka blackamltb too.a. aba.t
Ing hangers, belting snd pulleya.
second-hand, guarantee-1 I
ford * CO. 1488-40 East ?-ary
ll?l4?T.NO ENGINE. FINE CONDI- ,
"tion. I. BLtr'ORD a co_;
cood SAWTNO- Ol. TFIT. W ITH
mounted ^ller and engine or gaeo
SB. ?nllM._I BLCFORD A CO.
j^B^vT?oNs. go to WH*nr>*os
BROS. 41? Brook Avenue Pa nttg*
repair.t.g ar.d rubber tire work. _
for SVLE^I WILL SELL P-F. rASTI
or on Urne cheap, a good bualnees
boggy, harness and hors? for want
of uee. Addrees Bos 18*_i
F^R WAGONSOF QUALITY. SEE OCK
stork. ?rs cave tt.em a.. i? rds
ar.d at loweet ___b?;Jtejasa saaa?ei
aala A. MEYER I ? Eaat
FOR SALE. THREE SECONr-Tf*VD
sorrsya. two runabo-r? -ep
buggies and se.er-i t If ,
s'eo two opee ?->(r-i ' ?'?"? a-,
be bought at v? rfBj prlcee a
Miivri: .1 ^<-n^ ' ' *r"'
WA^TB^.'t^^'YFtift r K^tt.Jf?&wZ I
bold goods la say qnant ty. Phoas
.Va- n t?tl. i
wanted. to HIRE FoVn PAIR OF
MeBSSBi wagona sr.d d .ys tc haal
lumber. Inqaire 7S1 N-rtn !*???? n
feeath Street. RICHMOND 1*1
her and wood ?. '_j
wanted, dtb work.-Vtamptno. ,
light macbl .e specialties, manufact
ured und*r contract, or blgb-cisss
repair work. SUCCESS MOVaX'fs I
' ' TN1' ?Ol BtOcktag Stieet
NfcXLT dt CO Write ? sial t?
? essery rlenBsj
Whit natural disaster* _
AK9V% I U TO lEVIKKDtrS PTTM.?
hi "Man Mai h bought'and sold
t KLUIlK.s ?, 20? North Third.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. ?21 MU"
tual BI4(. Monroe 115.
W?NTEn THE PT'blic' "t?'kN?H
that JAiiSKK OROH, JeWelsrs. ?12
E.at Main .->Uett buy ?eil. ? .- .< .??
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THii
LATEST STYLES. Old ?cid and
a-Iver a.a ay? t .kta In ex^nange,
kurntttjrx'ANir ch?na ^PACk'ing'
we pack and ship furniture
and china ai.j ??coi: g pr> senta with
care. i*??Oed JACOB UMLAUF. 13??
Weit Broad Street 'PkOAM Madison
10c lebate if YOU bring SHOEd
with thla coupon. Men's shoes half
?oled. 7 i.e.. retated to tie; lad1??'
haif-sole?. ?0c.. rebated to ?Oc. Every
pa.r sewed, beat leaihir. no nails, no
pacs HooHag. lac dkews elec
TP.ic shoe FACTORT. 71? East
Main. Phone Monroe 26*7.
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITT. 11
per load. Store your furniture, bug?
gies, automobiles, pianos at TGMP
K1NS. 327 West Broad.
don t HAVE TROUBLE
WITH HO"" S EC L E A 51 NG ST A IN IN G
Bad waxing floors Caw Monroe 3120
for flr?t-c!ass service. satisfaction
gUS?Sntl ad .?'II.r.i.iM JOHNSON.
TO THE' STOfRHOLDERS of THE
S rurity Life Insurance Company of
Ameict?You at? hereby notified
that the regular annual m^otinrr ,,f the
stockholders of the Security Life ln
surairp Company of Amer'ca will be
be held st the office ?' Lie companv.
Mutual Life Bclidlnf. In the city
of Rlchmcrd. Va . on WEDNESDAY,
the ?th -lay 0' Januar/. JL D. 1913.
at the hour of 10 ->r\ k A. M. for
th- purpos? of electing JirecUrs of
the company for the sr.suing yesr.
and the transaction of any and all
other huslnees which msy be mib
mitted to the rrrcetlng.
I.y order of the Board nf Directors
W O JOHNSON.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Gray Natlonsl
Telautorr.ph Company w'l! be held
on WEDNESDAY December 11, st 12
M. st the office of the company In the
Merchants' National Bank Building,
P.uom Ji. Richmond, Va.
H. D. WILLIAMS.
Office of Lie
I.nrrston Mor.'.t.,,- Machine Company.
THE BOARD Or DIRECTORS HAS
this day declared a quarterly d'vi
dend of 1 l-l per cent on tha capita]
stock of this company, payable on
the 1Mb -ay of December. IMS. to
storkpeiders of record at the close
of business, rieeemher It, 1?15.
J. SELLERS BANCROFT.
PMisdelphrs P?~~rr.:.e'- j III!_
(Trgtnla E'llwa;. and Pow r C.'..:'pany,
No. l<i Broadway, New York.
November 19, IMS
THE BOARD OK DIRRTTt>R<a OF
Virginia Hallway and Pewe.? com
psny la? this day declared s divi?
dend of : 1-2 per caat, e^ual tu 5.' SI
per snare, on the prefsrred stock
of said company, payable .-n Janiary
10. I?l5. to the preferred StOCsTRCId
Mi of iscdfi en Deci-mber :4. 1911
Th? transte,- -ooks Will uoi he
closed, i'tv'dend cheo ;es >
S B WILLI A.v'.-.
Pay City Taxes
Renrn |eJT, C-'7 Hall.
R - -n'-r.d. Vs.. t<ecember : IS1C.
THE LAST HALF OF CITY TAX
PEAL ESTATE AND personal. for
Itll ARE due TN DECEMBER. AMD
fsssOCUl BE PAID AT THIS orFIO.
EVERY MALE, twenty-ou? years efJ
age. sod every r-r#-?n keeping fco-.-?.
or doing business ir. the SStY, is ae
assaed for persjnsl taxes Thes? wee
have rt"t r-.i'd sr.- rf ?are? dining
the yesr nr? urged ta ca!l a:ni settle
so ss to si old r>?tng postcl as delta'
F.VE PER CENT WtTi bt SddSd I
last half .f not p.'.l ? . or b?: ..re DE?
Ints.-sst ?t s:x PER CENT bll
tachee t? *: i II * as soon u report'4
Pari.cuLar btteatlea .? al'td i? ?> t.i?
Sbove as under the SM] WglaSSCS
there can be no av&idm-e of ?>? p*r.- '
GRADING pavtno ant' m.m EM
O0NXECTIOS HI".!.- sre also das ar.d
paysb! ? nvg fE> Cent geaalt]
will be added to all :>:. .r?- Pa.
teg gag Sewer Connect.c.i buls NOT
Pad h 13 ?: I iill.
IT ASHING Ti WArtD TaX_ E -
mutt i> pa t at ts? office of D ?PUTy
oolle<7T~T: 7< " BSi HjII Street?
H. L. HULCE,
arHooi? nin ? i i i.ki: ? r?.
\\\m I?ta%fg1 ... it % i iii
DeocniL.r ': mth ssa-rwer ?t- es-r
casea ttaesc of Ike piegi seas are easRe
A farm of 17* aere? ia Kaeegtes
Count). !>?.!. rn .a ? . .t;-. Anns M
Brut on. ef this ?ity. aas been ee.td t<>
A Isrgt au*!encs h?ard "ha splenei ?
lecture st tbs Predericksbure etat*
Norms: ge-Ho"! rnisy night delivers!
Slate Quarrying Progresses Sat?
(Special to The Tlmee-Dlspatch ]
ATvonla, Va.. December 8?There 1a
! comiderablo Ao-ivlty at thla time in
? the matte.- of mtnlnr end mlnerala In
I Buckingham County. especially In
j copper, a copper and iron pyrites
j mine, formerly prospected and found
, at good order, a lii shortly b? workd
i at Xew Onotju, three mile* earn of
Bare. The material 1n thla mine la aald
la contain large luantltlcs of _.yrlteS,
?Ith xaoie or less Iron and copper.
j The material which will be gotten from
! iMs mine will also be shipped Noriv.
for flux purposes, while a part will
b* se*)t te fertiliser factories, where
It will be reduced to sulphuric acid
Bu:;k:/,ghata County is said by many
geolog.sta to contain more valuable
i mineral* than any county of the Stau-,
The late Dr. William H. Ruffner. a re
nownej educator and noted geologist,
often stated that this county wss most
. remarkable for its wide range of val
? uable mlnerala and ores. There are no
itae thavn fifteen gold minea that have
formerly been worked, many of th-.-m
moat profitably. In ar.te-bellum daj ?
rafg quaniitle* of gold *aa taken from
, the Booker mine, the I?ndon and V1r
| gm.a and other mines of the county,
ensure labor was employed, ea a rule,
? and the msohlneci was of the crudest
! type. It Is thought that there ?;?
shortly be a groat revival of gold min?
ing in the county.
I Slate quarrying la progreaelng sat- I
isfs'-torily li the Ruckinrham field, and
[ !t Is said that the Fluvanna extension
' of this Meld will shortly be opened fot
arid? operation Experts-from the i?ri
vcrsity of Virginia and representative*!
of the United States Geological ftrtny
have visited the field recently end
passed favorably upon tt The slate
.??radically the same as Is found
south of the river In Buckingham
I Next week a large commercial or?
chard will be planted near Arvonla. the
bow dynamite methods being used to
prepare the so?. Much activity In
fruit-growing Is shown in this section
recently. Though the county !s bor?
dered on the north by Albe-marle and
Nelson, two of the largest fruit pro?
ducing counties of the ?tate. only spo?
radic efforts have bepn made hereco
I fore In the lino of *pp!e raising. Such
orchards as have within recent years
been pkanted arid oared for have begun
to* produce In enomoua quantities and
with the finest possible frul-t Experts
who have inspected these orchards say
that the soil ard climate of Bucking?
ham are peculiarly adapted to apple
growing, and predict that within a
few y<-ar* thousands of acres will be
planted with apple trees
Farmers hear with grumbling and
disgust reports that dark tobeoeo Is
being aold in the marketa at merely
nominal prlcea. The buyers in FarmviUe
tad) Dillwyn clal-ii that there are no
l< rs from the I:-.'.lan and Austrian
governments for r!".rk tobacco, and
h-ence they are not bVTTOg ?l except at
sacrifice prices. Aa the s?'l and meth?
ods of this county can produce only
.-? ivy dark shipping tobacco, the t?
ac -o farmers stare rulr. In the face.
Those who are la a position to know
the facts declare that dak tobacco
will never again bring good prices, as
the natives of both Italy and Austria
have learned to use and like the bright
leaf, and will hereafter have nothing
else. A? tha soil of Buckingham is, as
a rule, heavy and strong. It is probable
that few farmers will even try to raise
the ltttht tobaccos. Already farmers
are telkint- uf giving up tobacco raJs- |
ing entirely and turning their entire:
attention to wheat, hay and com. al-!
falfa and all kinds of feedstuff*. It la
?probable thst much more money can. I
and could all along, be made by ra'a
lng there crops instead of tobacco.
Seekers after the various post-offlces
throughout this section are little de?
terred by President Taft s ordera piec
.ng all fourth-class post-officea in the
civil service, end are going forward
wtfB their petitions *s though remov?
als next spring will be the order of !
the day Some seem to think that the
rres'de.-.t's order will be revoked by
the Incoming Democrat'c administra?
tion. At any rate, the applicants hope
tha: the Inspectors will se* flt to make
cJha*_aa ir. their favor provided, of
cours?, the Inspectors be allowed, as.
published, to appoint fourth-class post
masters getting less ?hs.?i $500 a veer
Hunters st:'." rfpor. a great shortage
IB birds, or quail. Mort tT?ortrm?n I
are genu'ne enough to refrain from '
l-.ur.tin? farthT this stason. as there (
s danger sppsr-.-:tly of complete ex- ;
termination of the partridges unless j
something 1? don,- in tneir favor. While |
there are -ome who malntela that the
scarcity of bird* is only apparent, and
that they are b'dir.g kfl the Ml St thla j
year a majori?: of sportimen etat^
poattlve!\ thai Ike Miiw i? well-nigh (
exterminate-! a m..i'r,.*n; will prob,
ably be made ?> hav-; eb? Board of,
Supervisors of the county put a com
?Ma atop la fur Bar hunting this a?a
Doer still seem to b<- plentiful Ml
i-jniberl^nd sn J 'ii Buck.ughsm. near j
?h- line, th .ugh eis-* tiff .a tna coun
tv there are practice''.;-' none Tur?
keys are. tf srrthir.g. more ?lem.fi..
this aesain ?nan j?ja;. Rabbits are,
rverywaer*, but -quarrel* a,-' rcaroe. j
._- m ?? ?
uiii u?r \m mi mi mo
sjanfjoaesj t>aasBBS*Baaassi asssaai Peras*?
SBgej fnr I ee ?t < ???1-t?
Amtierst. Va . ?V? -r nl.: i -At a rs
.. ir."-':r.j f l B *TA rf Siper
Ho? f? 8t J Wilson. ?tat?
? g iami Ca? Bnaa m gsv* Ui cob
??n< Ig the <6n*lct latH being u?e J
this winter to repair th* Lmchburg
Amberst Court h ->_*e macadam
r. id Thi road in llM dir?tfon .if
Sandldges la about completed, and the
ruff.-.M Road la th? nest to he macad
* . asd fib gen t f. r. ? win aaati i
'ii Ike l.v ifiih .. ?r r ' onlH Mar? h
rbe i von for m?kln?; tbl? arringe
ment was ?bat 'U-inff the wlniet
"i-nth? ibe f..re, sassB t work regularly
ii.? roiida on n.t .f ha J
a .t er Psptaln Wil.or slate.i that,
wh.le it am not ua.iai to u?e the con?
vict fo?-e for repslr Sora, h, thnnght
? i wonld W9 Rsr :he test intrre ,t of
the pn?nty M mak- IBM shove ?r'ar.gr
r?n< for th* r<*at f.--e anontbs At
the #B4 of t? h t:-oe work wlil be'!
? ?r <?' - - 'be . IT fi rial
Th? D*r. taker ??raa ef the Amaerst
r-rc.c Court wi.i cer.-r* Mends*
Th*r? *re several ertiBjIeat eas?s $a b>,
?-1e^ ,rd <iu ?e a s a.xl dssi of chs'i
H ' atteasled te The'
?ess!?-. il'i p- v>t- "a?? 'east twe
Gently Rapped in Annual Report
of Secretary of Board
rspeolal to The Times.Diepsu h ;
Winchester. Va., December a.?The
doctors ot W'nchestsr have been gent?
ly rapped in th* annual report of Dr.
1' VV Boyd. secretary of the Boaro al
Health, for theli neg.ect In comply?
ing *lth one of the moot importa.it
sections of the State tics Ith law?,
which they were Instrumental in hav?
ing adopted?that of requiring phy
?Man? to make a wr tten report to
th'i health officer whenever a hlrth o -
cure. Th* tact that many of the teg.
tora have violated the law, which they
hemed to frame, make* it appear that
there were only ten in?re birth* than
aeatrs la Winchester during the pbat
year. Funerrl direct..rs have Ig every
reaped complied with the law req-lr
<ng them :o report deaths to the
health ufficer Physicians who hav>
violated the law pave had their atten?
tion called to It asain. and they ha're
been mr*cted not to over'.-ok tne nut
ter again. The health officer, huwev.T.
has found thst the death rate hag b" I
greatly decreased aUne the Common
Council put into effect It, law for
tbe official Inspection of all meats, milk
and other food products. No butcher
can slaughter an animal of any de?
scription until it ha* been inspected
by one of tn? city inspectors. Another
Inspection Is made after the slaugu
terms a rlKi! Inspection le also car?
ried o:i at all dairy farms and In store*
where m:lk is sold. Su^ e thla law be
eanie effective, less than a year ago,
enly tree,- mild cases of typhoid fever
have been reported. There hag also
been a wonder! ul decrease in other
Calvin Felix, a negro youth, who
confessed thla week that he set fire
to a large statue on the premises of
C. E. Aullck, of this city, hag been
sentenced to the negro reform school
near Ricnmond until he la twenty-one
years old. He claimed that he net
fire to a pile of damp leaves in order
to dry them, and that tbe fir* got be?
yond his control It was testiued,
nowever. that ht had beep suspected
of stealing money from Mr. Aullck. by
wuom he was employed, and had been
Nearly every publtr ?e"hool teacher
of Winchester and Frederick County
attended tbe monthly meeting of tn?
Teachers' Association, which was "heM
yesterday In this city. The principal
address was made by Miss Elizabeth
Cleveland, a member ot the faculty of
the Harrlsonburg .-t?te. Norms, School,
who discussed In an able and highly
lntaroeting manner "The Importance
of Oral and Written Expression by the
1'upii.' T*achera who attended the
educational conference held recently
in Richmond gave good reports or the
A movement has been inaugurated
by th* leading apple growers of Win?
chester and Frederick County to give
a banquet in honor of Tnomas If.
Steck, of Opequon, Frederick County,
whose dlsplav of apples at tha Na?
tional Land Congress held recently
in New York won the first prize?a
?T?O solid silver cup?in competition
artta other exhibitors from all the
appie-producing States east of the Mia
eUslppi River The winning of the
first fr'.ae by Mr. 8teos. is claimed b
iocsl ?rult men as having been of
great advantage to the entire Winches?
A special committee of the Common
Council of Winchester has dls^overeJ
that the city can board ita indigent
poor In town as cheap, if not cheaper
than has been done at the Frederick
CouUt* pariah farm for many years.
The committee's report show? th?t 't
costs the cltv about 12 a week to board
cltv InmaUs of the pariah farm, and
thfe doea not .nclude the city's por?
tion of the superintendence salary
The Council has api-o!nt?a a eg'"1*1
committee to confer with the Board
of sunervisois of the county relative
to the future fiscal management or j
the parish farm.
*nnoun"ement. was r.iade here a
r! , v , r two ago of the marriage of
Mit* Marv t_. Fries, daughter of Mr*
Elizabeth tries and the late John B
Fries, to Guy F. Lind, a son of the
iate Mr. and Mrs. Frank F Und. the
ceretr.onv having been performed on
November 30 at the Presbyterls ??
mans* at Kernetown by the pastor.
R?v. Ai red Jones, D. D
The Winchester and Frederick Coun?
ty fruit growers are arranging to
mske a large display of apples at the
annual meeting of the Virginia Iior
tlciiturai aarfaty lr Itf ajnlihai*, on
Januarv |, 9 and 10. and In view of
the fact that they captured ul?0-teati?i
of the prixea offered at the Roanokc
meeting #.'?r;ii jears sgo, thev ex?
pect to bring beck some of tbe cash,
piste and r bbon prizes from the
Lyncbburg apple show.
OF LOVE AND WAR
Young Wife s Duplicity Leads to
Three Deaths, Including
MM i to The Times-Dispatch I
Sofia. December ?.?a rerasrkebi?
heart story of love end war h*? Just
la Iaht followir.g the burial
t'-dav of a P.ulgartsn officer who M
'?nd tit th? he*n ?? M* regiment, ehe
through :h* aeart at th* storming of
T a officers wif?. a beautiful g.rl.
?J wss one ef the heile* of i-ofia.
?' * voung Turkish officer, oat her
pegga s dlsvoiisaed the ruat.-h and > .ie
??nt the Turk s?ey. .n*r?ard marry?
ing a* ?r her -ern nation.
Before Vb? out? res*, of the Bckir
wtr tho Turk returnel to b^fia and
the <.>'d lo^e was renewed He b?r?ed
tns gixi ie dope w'th hl n. tu? sb? re
fesed. pointing out tlet th*> ? - ? gag
The Ottoman Ostg *onfees*a that be
was a Turkish se/y, en a escret m'?? >r.
to obtain the plans for the rrr?h 'li*
|o. f Knie--'^ n ?rSJ?1 TV ofll- .
hot and tha
I e?e ggasj,
ind ??*?' t?
it . aid was
Plan* lr,?tt?o?e la tMreae*
I -.,-.?-. t ? * V' IgO T? t! 4 ? * x -
sag a eee!re ??< ?ateMu* lr F
an AsaarhiLi lns"fit- of HM*
Art at'- ?> ' ' ? -vrmsai la
'^auction fealra Z$l*
WM B. Plsslnl Company
Rieheson A Crutchfleld.
Real Batate Auctioneers.
trt*stef. I ITjCnON SALB*
DESIRABLE frame !"'*\ El.LINO. NO.
*u cat he rt i s v. street, with
eot 14 6X1' > rm to an allet.
By virtu* of a d . d af trust, dar. d
Julv I?. J9H. and recorded >n tha
clerk's office of Richmond Chancery
Court. In Dl n J12-B paare 111 default
bavins been made m th? payment of
the Saat therein steered and heinaj
required so to da hv |t| noteholder,
I will *eii at pn'i-V ftaetttsa on the
MOW DAT DBCBMBBR 9. IMS.
at 4 ovi,, i< p M
the real eetaU d- ?! In tha laid
deed. as follow*;
ah that eartaln lot plea* or parrel,
of land ?''th the improvements there?
on, and known a? v... c itne?:n?
Street, eommeh'-lng at a point o-i the
south line of rath - i ? ,-t ... > .-Mr ?
IM i fe?t and six <?> IB h<s e3?t of
Smith Street, and running theaoa ?aar.
wardly ?l.irti: th^ said ?nutn line of
Catherine street, and fronting thereon
thirty-four feet *ix Ineti ? ti t?et k
inehes^. and extending bach south
m-ardly at right angles and Between
parallel lines on- hundred < :10) fee*
to an alley Ig r -in:i,on e:eht .Si feet
w d ?
TERMS: Caah ?? to en:.' cf this sali
and all taxes due a od saraod to gats
of sale, and to pay -t BeOS ef t:5?. with
41 per rent Interest '-om July 11. 1911:
balme.. .?: on.- and two yearg ?ltn
( per ce-it Interest and ?eou.-ed hy a
de?d of trust on tm progsrty; or all
cash a: the option of t'ne pu'rhas^r.
This sale 1 ja n.ailf rabjeet to two
prior deeds of trust on the said real
?State, one of 91,21) prlncipsl. due
December II 1912, and one for II Id
principal, due December T. 1919.
wm. :t i '/zi.vr.
fliunon &aUa. j-ururf surg
TRt-'STEKS' - ALE
A fJOTB AND LOT IN' ABRIeAXl), va
By virtu* of i deed of trust from
Gertrua.- PrAaftMX to the undersigned
dated and recorded In the clerk's office
of the t'irrui! Court of Hanover County
on the 99t|| day of November, 1912,
and at Ike roqu?st of all parties in
Interest, wc will sell at public auotlon.
!? the town of Ashland, on the prem?
ises, on the
10TH DAY OF DECEMBER. 1912.
at 1 o clock P. m..
the house snd lot in said town at the
southeast corner of Virginia and Lee
Streets, formerly owned and occupied
by tlM 1h'- s. R. Cleven ger.
TERM.- OF SALE; One-third cash,
and rh? i.alance in two equal Instal?
ments, at six and twelve month, with
interest on the balance added to each
of the two notes therefor, as they re?
spectively become due, to be given for
sa'd deferred payments; or, at the op?
tion of the purchaser, for cash. The
purchaser Is to receive Jeed. and give
deed Of trust thereon to secure said
def?rr"d pa; m?nts.
This property is situated one squar?
from th? n.. F. & P. R R. about two
or three squares from the stores snd
poft-offlce. two seuares from the sta?
tion of the Chesapeake Bay Railway,
and four seaareS from the main station
of the R. F & P R. R.. and Is one of
the most desirable locations for a
dwelllntr 'n \shlsnd The hon*? has
eight rooms snd bath room In it and
is Well ? a<l<-,i by s grove of fine oak
-AM I, T.. CARTER
C. B. JONES.
L. S. BREMNET:.
FRANK if COX. Crier.
By Sutton A Co..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
No :? North Ninth Street
THE DETACHED BRICK DWELLING.
NO. 199] STUART AVENUE.
At the request of the owner we shall
offer for sale at public auction, upon
the premises, on
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1?. IV.!.
at 4; 30 P. M..
the shove described property. Trie lot
fronts 2S feet on the south side of
Stuart Avenue, near Rowland Street.
The house is a modern dwelling, in
nice order; ten rooms, newly papered,
and has two latrobe*. Persons looking
for a splendid house will do well to
attend this sale.
TERMS: Libers!, tnd announced st
BE'I TOM * CO..
Wm. B Plziini Company.
R*?! Estate Aurflor.ee?-?
NO. 11)9 ST. JOHN STREET HP
TWEFN FEPERAI AND COUTTS
Lei has ?? reel front and has * d'pt>
of :;r. fe?? to s p-iMIe Mff in the
-??a-. w:th la-e* brick dwelling there
S ;th ?.wer and water
sale WEr.vrrsr.AT. de*~ it i?;..
M 4 sfrJarJI p M
This is a spl.-r.did opportunity to:
buy a Bne building lot in oid Jackson .
Ward, in one of the best renting sec?
tion- of the gjt.j We estimate that j
the oid build'ng -ontslns over one hrin.'
dr*d thousand hrl-!.? besides othrr 1
TERMS L:b*r?- and ann-?ur.rsd at
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
Isble 4'Hete l>laaer Satnrda* ssd
'??de- swesbtssg, ? l? ? ?>leek. glAe
The re-wT mean:flees<. hetsl la the
sceeta aar<.reso platt kooma regie
snd en aolte. m |g aro sltbaat bsths
>pac1ovi? same'* rcesswe
< lt.?. Sreakf.il
anrfion fealro, f ntoce ?tf#
By Augustin? Royal] a Co..
Real Estat* Agents and Auctlunssf
Tenth and Hull sts , Richmond, V?.
VURT DBrTTRABT.E ANT> VAI/7A9LaV
REAL ESTATE IN ^'HESTBRFTELJ"*
OOUNTT ONE-HAisT MILS
FROM TUE BEAUTIFUL vrLUOB
Or AVON AJR. BEING THE E*TAn?"
OK CAPT UN HUGH LONGJE?sT.
In SXeeutlon ef decree of the OlrenM
Court for Chesterfield County, pre
n^unced at Its November tsrm. ltlt. la
tu* suit of Ami S. Moody vs. John J.
longest and als . Building. Loan and
"rust Co of Manchester vs. Hugh
I ? -' * idm -vstrator and als., asks
vs Hugh Longest'!
devisee j w!I] off^r for sal* by public
(l ( of the oourthous* In
v DECEMBER t?. lilt,
it 11 o'clock A. M..
utd valuable lsnd
?? . ? . aptain Hugh Longest died
? srssed, containing -93*4
?> ??: ? ? bj recent survey, situate la
Chesterfield .'ouatj. Va.. about bast
* mile west of hon Air. south of ths
Southern Railway west of Bon Alf
' ? ind adjoining the lands of Mrs.
- v .. d W w". Anderson. IC W.
And.-rson ard others.
i \a;:,\ lies in a healthy anJ beau*
tlful section, it has been subdivided
? of - nient slae, rang
'?' - to about so acres TSfaV
j ? llent outlet to and along
public road?, and Is unusually attras)
tlve for hi n>-i with sufficient land. TtM
sale will be in paroela
I ?and In this portion of ths iniasalj) tg
lly In reasing In value, and Is vary
near the beautiful country homes e*T
many mond's most prominent
business .1 nd should be particu
larly attractive to those who wleb f>
n ? hone in the country so near ha
- nd railroad, ft Is charm
in*-^ - -h. dry ar.J oerfectly
<? CI sterfleld County la
fam< 1 she world over for the great
purity of Its water.
No bund le s, and only a erneJ.1 part
of the land is cleared.
For other and further information,
call on the auctioneers.
TERMS <*>n*-fourth of the purdhaee
money cash halance In one and twe
years, "qual Instalments, with Interest;
purchaser to jrlve bonds or notes foe
credit payments, title retained until
all purchase mon*y is paid, and a con?
veyance ordered by the court; the pur?
chaser to have the option to receive
a deed and give a deed of trust to se?
cure the credit payments, or to pay
all the purchase money cash. If hs
desires Purchaser to pay taxes for
Seile aubject to confirmation of tbe
court Map can be seen at ofllee of
A Rovall A Co.
VIRGINIA?IN THE CLERK "S OT
FICE OF THE CTRCUTT COURT
FOR C TH?STE R FIELD COTTNTT.
NOVEMBER 14. 1912:
I.: p V. Cogbtll. clerk of the said
court, do certify that George Mason,
commissioner In the suits of Ama S.
Moody vs. John J. Longest and ala.
The Btitldlnsr I?oan and Trust Cotn
psnv of Manchester vs. Hugh Longest's
administrator and als., and Ama S.
Mocdy vs. Hua-h Longrest's devisees,
has executed the bond required of him
by the tdet I SI of the said court pro?
nounced in the said suits, heard to?
gether, st its November teVm. 191?.
Teste: PHILIP V COOBILL.
vVm. B. Pizzin! Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSION EW dALE
DESIRABLE DETACHED BRICK
i ?H ELLING. NO. til DENN V
In pursuance to a decree entered In
the Chanct-ry Court of the city of Rich?
mond, Va.. on the 11 Ith day of October.
1912. in the suit therein pending, under
the style of Mary Elizabeth Itlca ?'*
Mattie j, Nuckols at *1*. we will sell
at public auction, on the premises, on
iTE.SD.vr, DECEMBER 10, 1912,
at 4 o'clock p. M.
that attractive detached brick ten
room residence. No. m Denny Street.
fronti.iK twenty-three feet six inches
(23. ?1 on the north side of Denny
Street, and extending back from said
fr,.nt one hundred noo> feet to an
alle-, in the rear ten (10) feet wide
TERMS: One-third of purchase prio*
in cash, and th* balance in three equal
instalments, payable at three, six and
nine months from date of sale, de?
ferred payments to be evidenced by
notes, with Infrest added, title to be
retained until all purchase money Is
paid, or all cash, at ths option of the
purchaser This prop-rty !s so 1 sub?
ject to the confirmation of the oocrt
eacTTCV J BLAKE.
ROBERT H. TALLET.
I certify that the bond reqaired kg
Sovf decree of th* special eoaa.
missior.ers hsa been duly given.
Given under my hard thta 2d day of
y ireaabar, :9U.
Teste: CHARLES O S AVI LUC.
By J A. Cor.relly * Ce.
Real E*tate Auctioneera.
No. 4 W.
At th* request f th? ""S't w* seit
tafl st public su-'lon on
I I, 1912
st 4 e-clock P. at.
on ths pr*?:,ses the above JaeiraM
H ? t.i ?all er
ranted a?d .-. gaed nealRlgfa, and
rente for f ???) per annum L~>t fronts
: feet en Cnry street I s depth eg
TXRJsT* \nr>'. oseed at *a>
J A ' VVELLT dt CO.
i>si I ?t.?t- Aaetloaoere.
?; V -? ? era *t rj unwnd. v?
For Sale at Actual Cost
Elegant New Suburban Dwelling
To.? ;? >??? ot tb? m0m\*r*M>9 MR fMJmW%m\%m%t%%Y arrant** kataen
?v?r ?.??--? 1 r<?r wtjx sn this o t- rt Ma ?air T*mmw*tf >?an rw-??ut*4
far a r*r>*i?rraa a-aa. ha via? t?a??4 kit -. ?.4?r-? 1? wlljln * tar ttkta
manna alana ta dtapa** ?? n T?? ?
?a ?*?? ?- M manrnaa- I *Vr ?:5 part!cj:ar? atr?-- ??
T II WOmTUAM m "TAJtT
:? TlkrHi Ifta*?