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Rooms .for Rrnt
*T?'P IN HEART OK RICHMOND AT
TMI, ROANOKR, 111 KlKhlh.
Comfortable beds, warm rouuio.
MlTuvsT CLAY tJTKKKT, Sol THERN
' 'Awposurc; clean rooms.
l'bi: i. vi a n.i'E BKIUI1T ROOM;
als<> k? o<i table board. loll Ka?I
For RKNT. To <>m: or tWu UEN
ftanii ii. third ^?ry, front ro
lo af. d. furnished. 41? Karl Grace
NICKI.v PURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or without board. Til East Mar?
twv i; Uli HIT liouUS, M ON KOK
hirerL ;,. tween 13race and Franklin
Phone Madlsoa 1 734-L.
* FEN. SH ED ROOM IN THE Su?
burb*, let water heat, elect: i . ghta,
coin -etilen t 10 hath ..r.d phone; board
If desired. Phone Moaroa fJM-L ?r
address n 3S4. care Tiiass-Dispatch.
tXMt RENT To <<>i cid; without
children, three iaiKv. hrMbl unfur
naehW mum? for Ughl ho is< tu ? ptag.
Kas a toi bath. I Nome Mid. i .- i
_Aga > in;; l-l' w Main
beautiful connecting rooms, sVugh a*
t*ti suite baoo4sa epartaei nt. 201 K.
l 'i anklin.
FoR rent three nice ROOMkTn
Hanov. 1 Ac. nut. wit-.in a sejuare and
a ball ?! car litie. for Infill a?Hop
? all M.,d ."-J.
Koom kok RKNi on Franklin]
between third and Fourth, suitable
fi t business man <. woaaan- Phone
Monroe 2s61-j. ' |
couple or two ?ocno MEN to
occupy front room with or BrtthOUt]
boevrd in priests family, il 371, care!
njcelv- fc KnTsh ED R00M por
rent, with board; private faanlly,j
Weal Bad Phone Monroe 3451 - J. '
furn ISHE1J ROOMS, UOHT and
airy; ruaalaa water; raaasaable rent, j
40s Baal One- Street. J
Large c< nnc-ting furnishkd|
rooms, also strasP Ml Bast Frank
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS. ]
heated; bat?; gant lessen only. TUR
BOANOKE. Iii North Eolith Street.
NICELY FURNISHED BECOND-STORTI
hall i. oii:. 31S South Fourth. Mud!-.
ONE LARGE BAST ALCOVE ROOM j
and one back room for rent. 308 j
Allen Avenue. _
BRIGHT COMFORTABLY ' FURNISH
ed rooms. 616 Nortii Eighth.
S i: V i: I: A L NICELY PURNISHED
rooms, us.- of phone, and bath. 5101
FOB kent. LARGE FRONT ROOM.j
Wltb hot bath and Steam heat; also j
hall room. :'17 F.. Grace.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. COM
pleta foi light houeekeeping; eiec
trlcitr, csis. nse bath and phone, also
100ms for gentleman. 614 East
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM: OEN
trally located; private family. Ap?
ply (4>t North Ninth. _
Large front. _>j fining, and]
on* other room; private bath, us.- of J
phone and suitable lor iiirht house- i
keeping-; gas electricity, ?(lg Park I
Avenu ? Phone Madison 37S4-K
y[ ill I: BNT. Ft >U r 1IOOMS AND (
balb. $1S per month 311 East Cary ;
St reel _|
FURNISHED HRONT ROOMS for I
ntlemen. betfbsen Main and Frank- j
Ha 7 North Sixth. _I
LARGE ROOM FURNISHED FOR 1
licht housekeeping; also hall room.
114 East Clay Street._
ti?ei:': rooms foi: rent near j
National Cemetery. Call Momlay. i
POR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED
front room, al?o hall-room. Phons j
FOR REN 1? LARGE NICELY fur
nsbed front rooms. 112 East Clay. J
KlCELl FURNISHED; HEATED ROOM] j
privete family. No. 1 \Y. Clay St. 1
ONE LARGE FRONT RoOM. FUR- '
nisbed. in private family, to one or
two gentlemen on.v. convenient to:
board ! Eo Floyd Ave. Monroe 1513.1
TOUNG MAN" DESIRES CONGENIAL
mate Separate beds tut E. .
K?R rent TO GENTLEMEN. NEW-|
? n ished front room. prJvnte atn
snd centrally located. Apply 1?
FOR RENT. TIVo ADJOINING Rl x i.MS.
-.;.;.,;.:. foi OfSt .s best central lo
. ? ?? 1. on Broad .-tree;. Address K
NICELl FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
with t.oard for couple. Referenao
lulred i"i E FraahHn Street.
\lutonTObiifQ f-or ??lr
?Oll .-ME. one TWO-CYLINDER
solid tir^l* gUtgy '?? iiVI rv WSgOS in
? : ,v '* .?!.'? N. KELLY.
i" Hunt ins ton Avenue, Newport
FOR SALE OR TRADE. FORD AUTO
neehih 1914 mndtl, for aVsssKswd liag
<? hvri . !":.iiy .Uni harn.-ss. Ra?
ni CASBELMAN A Co. |S/I| 1:
it \ N'l ?>oME' FT V E-PASSENGET!
>V ? Id - ride f.w- real estate. d 3JO
SPECIAL \\ A R I. EN
Hop ioaclster. HaxeroU
? ILLARD a ktrano*.
|OXAI. > d'PORTITNITl |S
: 1 11 , bransI
3ff. Zoal tiriB c?oo?
' lc ?? ds ? hot
ne * HARRIS
our DRY k in . ?? .
beret..f .-e fiar.d: ; t". u ^ ,K7>
?\ .^>?i 1 ? .-, ,
hsol? day ID m il l a r '
Mor.ro, <?< ?
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tt.s ? ? 1 a ? s ? 4
""?'^ ' ? Addteee I
Foi ft -jR Kivp ROOMS For: ?.
h?.US?keet ,g R?.|. . M
r?trest Address F ?.:. care Tim.
WAMTED. BY SEVER vi. fjEXTLE
itt, fiirtii.?tnii rial ?.r Hum rooms
, and Imth. MllVrMkMIt; state
particulars and rates when answer
* iitg. f M4, care r"i:>-?.iHat>at?*h.
h aJkti 57 hv 'l him k"m>i i.ts7 Kot ii
i>i fiira rusm flat, city ?r .-ubur
rcfereiic. given a :nl required. Ad
<i-.-(is a 232. car a Titan Dlepntnh.
\T ANTED SM XI L MoDERJX HOUSE
Imeg'ng snnrtratnt n or -I mums,
furnished preferred man kihI wire.
Addr*4M I: . .:<[?* Times-Dispatch.
STOB, IAX>k AND THINK.
JOHN I. A TOUCHB, JR NRW PLACE
R'esl Mj;'i. .Monroe 14.":'. French
. . .1 etc .i-aniri . ladles' prim-ess
and ..'resi-ei! cleaned. $1.50. plaited
sklit? . leaned. TS*.; plain. 5oc. gloves
cleaned, any length. 10c per pair; !
gent's m it. drv cleaned. 50c. Frencli
. ...i.e.., f\. Red act Ion on all work.
k^\KETl blades E ?r-*"fA B PEHEP
(all makes), hairtested and guaran
Ii '.l to shave go. d or better than
near, Work reoelved and delivered
: i our loeai agency, Howetl Bros.
BlXtk and Hood. SHARP-O COH Mo
i North Beventiv Phone Momtu
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN- i
ed by WM tori en. JR.. la a guar
anlag tli.it it is done properly; 20
>-. is' e\p?rience. Cleaning. si, main
springs. St. 40* Cast Broad Street.
i in.. upholstering and mat- ?
we REPAIR and ri'lIdl.STSR FUR
niture In best manner, make over
old matt, ses like new. send for
and return them the same <iay. |
(Slrned) JACOB UMLAUF. Phone j
SUMMER RATES NOW ON PIANO
moving atid overhauling by factory
experts. Prompt. careful work
guaranteed. Phone Me.dison 3116.
CHAS. M. ST1E1F. Pianos. 117 \V.
REU A BEE~TR?NSERR.? MILLNER'S.
MS North Ninth Street, haula trunks
for SM; claim ? net .? issued at the
house for y ur bagguge; two men on
our wagon. Phone Madison 1445.
CA I.I. phone MONROE 1111 FOR
fish, steamed crab: crab meat. De?
livered promptly. ?^<i _\ Monroe St.
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITY. $1
' per load. Store your furniture, bug?
gies, automobiles, pianos at TOMP
k1ns. 2s: West Broad.
10c REBATE IE you BRING SHOES
with this coupon.. Men's shoes half
?Pled. 75c. reLatid to 65c; lad'ea' i
half-SOloe, 60c. rebated to 50c. Every
pair sewed. |>est leather, no nails, no
pegs Heeling. Sec DREW'S ELEC?
tric SHOE FACTORY. 716 East
Main. Phone Monroe ?687.
DEAL VENTILATORS. MADE OF
Klaas; large.-t capacity; lowest price. :
Phon? Monroe 1602.
~~ 0r1 ENTXiTruV 5s ~~.\S~?~cXr~PETS. j
1 HAVE JUST RECEIVED an EX j
cellent conalgnraent of Oriental rugs
and carpets, to be sold on commis
Blon basi-, at the eurlest time pos- |
Bible. It comprises the bant makes
and weaves of the Persian art weav?
ing. I SSf IK St IJ request the pres
< nee of mi my patrons and those In?
terested 'n rugs to attend this sale. I
Ail rugs will be on exhibition and j
sale Monday. January the 6th. until
nil are sold. Take advantage of i
tins. A. G. YARID, 217 North Fiftiij
RHEUMATISM CURED, URIC ACID I
driven from the system, by the creat
German remedy. Rheuma'.dc'en J
Thousands are being cured Who have |
Buffered for years. This week is the i
Innt chance to net a full-s'ge 75c bot- j
tie for SfiC (ga a triaD. Don't wao
< t this add out to-day and send It
with 25c to the agents. You would
not lake $50 for the beneiits one bot?
tle will do 'on. McCOHKIjH DRUG
CO., State Agents. Lynchburg. Va.
BIG SALE THIS WEEK- Raisin Cake.
3 lbs. for 2~>r; Jelly Rolls. 10c lb.;
?; loaves Bread for 25c: Pound Cake.
jr.,- ib . Candy, 7c lb.. dRLNKaedS,
123 I-! N. Sixth.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company.!
Office of ttie Treasurer.
Wilmington. n. C, Dec SI, 1912.
THE BOARD DP DIRECTORS OF J
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com?
pany h:-.s declared a dividend of j
1 three ami one-half per cent, on the ;
j common capital stock of that com-!
pany, payable at the office t> the
Treasurer, at Wilmington, n. C. net
and after January lg hm3. to StOCfc
I-old. rs of record on the 2"th day of
December, i9c. The transfer b<oks
nre dosed from December 19. 19,2.
t,, January II. 1913 Ie.il: ?i-,teo in
. iusive. james P. POST.
The Virginia Fite and Marine Insur?
ance Coinp :.>'.
RichmSnd. Va . loc.ini.er 2?. 1912.
DIVIDEND.?THE DIRECTORS OF
thtg ? ipany iiave declared a semt
ani nal dividend of 5 per cent (fl 25
? snare, assl fro from tax? pa>
a bee Jamsery 1st nest, to stocaheld
. rs Si record December 26. 191S.
Transfer baahg closed from this
o>t. t Jan nary 2. 1912. inclusive.
Dividend will be ma'led to stock?
holder- Changes of addrr?s should
si lifted the company. i
vm. it McCarthy. ,
se. r, tary.
TAKE vn u k that the
.fcl.ed. bt hi; t1 Ml >\ecutor.
I ,.cv" Hng * ? ? the i?s of
?ticui. of Mary M- ?" w.t- r,
.-d. wh.-. at the liaee -t her
v.ia d mhrlled la Deep it.ver.
tarnt and who has n-> ??? . .i:
? ? iu-.in . ii ..? nark *ith
state. will, on the Ith Inf
?Men the c?urt ?f
? '~.e city ..' Richmond.
: .. k.: M t-^ < ct.-- ,..
?<MF.- M BXl.L
o11?-1 in s:,\rv ti-nj.f-.jt?
BEG''l.A?t (vvc M. ST.sTT'-x*
1: '. n k.
TOLD III Kill SHELL
New Enterprises Springing Up
in States Below Mason and
r Special to The Times-Dispatch]
U.iltiuior.. January 4. -Among tha
many SiiiiihiTii 'ml .-<tii.il ainl other de?
velopmental enterprises reported in
tl.i.s wok's issue of tin- Manufacturers'
If SflSIS\ arc UM following:
Southwestern st.-< I ! \' I'lpment Co..
St. la.uis, in being organized for de?
velopments, to Include establishing in?
dustrial city M Houston ship channol
to ar l|o aton. Texas. constructing bran
and seed plants. <l.\elopln>- Iron oro
deposits In North<ase Texas, develop?
ing lo.oi.n .1. r.s eOtal tract on War?
rior liiv. r in Alabama, etc.
Mntfjnn Engineering On* Memphis.
Tcnii. submitted rrrllrVnsrT reports
oi complete survey for drainage of
more than .".iiO.ono acres <>f lands in
Arkansas, I,ouf<siana. Mississippi. Mis
souri and Tennessee, involving esti- ;
mated expenditure of more than 14,0on,
Jacksonville and St Augustine Pub- ?
First National Bunk of nichmond, Va., :
December 14, 1912. I
THE iiKori.ak A..N Ar. meeting
ot the Stockholders of the First i
Nntlonnl Bank of Hichmond. Vs.. !
for the election of directors and for
the transaction of any other husl- j
ness which niay property come be- I
lore said spooling, trill be held
TUESDAY, January 14, 1913, at 13
o'clock noon, in the directors' room
o_" tile bank. No. 900 Fast Main
Street. Richmond. Ya.
\V M. ADDISON Cashier.
Virginia State Insurance Company,
Richmond. Va.. December 2S. 1912.
THE ANNUAL m EETINi ; of THE
stockholders of this company will i
be held at the office of the company, |
in the c'.ty of Richmond. Va., on j
THURSDAY. January 33. 1913. at 1
WILLIAM R. MILLKR.
The Union Bank 3f Richmond.
December 30, J912.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Union Bank of
Richmond will be held at its bank- j
lug house. No. 1104 Bust M .in
.-treet. on THURSDAY, January 9.
1913, at 12 o'clock noon.
GEO. W. CALL.
Bunk of Commerce and Trusts,
901 East Main Street. Richmond. Va.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA"
the annual meeting of the stock?
holders of the Bank of Commerie
and Trusts will be held at the oflcs
of the bank. >n the city of Richmond.
Va . on Tuesday, January 14, 19L;
at 10 o'clock A. M.
R. B. CAMPBELL.
Nation?! State and Eity Be. us.
Richmond. Va., December 16. 1912.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of this bank will be
held In its banking house Tuesday,
January 14. IMS, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the election of directors and
transaction of any other businesa
that may properly come before the
JT LIEN H. HILL.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
cf the stockholders of the German
American Building and Ia>an Corpo?
ration Will be held at the company's
office. 625 American National Bank
Building, on Wednesday, January 8,
IMS, at 1 o'clock P. M.
CH AS. K. WILLIS,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Office Guarantee Building Corporation.
Richmond. Va.. Dec. 30. 1912.
THE. ANNEAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of this corpomtion will
be held at its office. No. 6 North
Tenth Street. TUESDAY, January 14
1913, at 4 o'clock P. M.
GEORGE C. JEFFERSON.
Equitable Loan Society, Incorporated.
THE REGULAR ANNEAL MEETING
of the stockholders aft the Equitable
Loan Baclety, incorporated, will be
held on FRIDAY. January 10. at 2:30
o'clock P. M.. at the office or the
corporation. Son East Broad Street.
C. RiDGWAY MO IRE
Virginia Trust Company,
Richmond. Va.. December 31. 1912.
THE ANNEAL MEETING OF THE
stoefchoMers Of this company will be
hoM at tie office of the company, inj
the city of Richmond. Va . on Ties
day. January 31. 1913. at 12 o'clock
noon. U P. AY LETT.
NOTICE op SPECIAL GENERAL
8TOCKH? 'LEERS' MEETING.
Richmond, Frederl? fcoburg anal Potomac
OfflCO of the Secretary.
Rich.nU. Va.. December 21, 1912.
TO WHOrA IT If A Y CONCERN: Tahc
not Ire, that, on Wednesday, Feb
rj .. 1913, et 11 o'clock A. M . a
spatial gestern] meeting of lbs stoeh
holdOrs of the Richmond. Fredericks- i
kenn and poteawtc RoMrood t>osssnany
will be held In the Ifice of the com- ?
Ian . In the First National Bank I
Building. a? tie , c.rner of Ninth and I
Ma R Streets, in Richmond. Va.. pur
s:ant to the call of th.- president j
: i;ec|.,rs of SSM company '
adopted on D.cmber 19. 1912. the [
; poos of Said moetiiiK being to I
ink. a.t.i.ti iit.oti a proposition of,
compromise and seitli mont nego-j
tinted .? the president and directors |
<?' t' . ... BOM n-. with the .p. cial com- '
mission uniesenttng the state of 1
Virginia and its political sub- I
d'Tlelnns as authorised !?> statute, j
.1 aDo ;., la!, ...fo.ii upon a reso?
lution of th- president and directors!
, r ibe con i??<??? i???.pinar to an I
ssnesafhneed sf the recnany's cbar
?r. as ?? '.t I .??./.? I by law; and also'
. o aoerdmis to any other matters
. . j .. -\ : 111] come before said j
t ? aofca *"r the transfer of the I
*!... V ., tax o npanj will be)
laoed sn laaaawj 1?. uu. at 3J
H ' M . ?:. i reopened on Feb
ma-. ;. 1>13. a' Ta (.clock A. M j
Bjr erdet ..! Ihr President and Dl- ]
? . tors NORM AN <' \|j
IV H II W HITE.
ItEGFI til JJNNUM. MEETING!
? |ks etorhhshl rs ni the Randolph |
Bag ? tI : tike niece oo!
!? INDAI irj 12, 1913. at 11 A. i
' . * ? if th" Com'.an- . 1311 j
. . I * \ a PC. sTIW.
.Its swrctsrr. i
i To Till OFFICERS iM'MKS'
SlSti I l"dg?s
? 11 FA.
pel Bunk .-f Rtsrinomsnl Vs.
:i L*n w ni 11. MEt.T1.Ni
?idera of the >!..
pre perl % . oree hefe.ro
??-r will h- held TI i feTM
i in*, si i: ovine* ro">r.
. room of the hank.
?Ii : ?st Main Street, Richmond.
> I' iDKi'Att.H * a ?hier.
flic gervi, e, Corporation. tst_ Augustine,
j da., will Incorporate with capital stock
of SJ.OOi'.OOO. to build plagt for light.
? pow.n-. etc.; proposes to manufacture
by-prudUots from the use ut yellow
pj?t* la fuel.
Williams & McKeilhan Lumber Co.
loiuhbuig. \'n . incorporated with
capital stock of 1*0.0.000
l>eila Slut.- Corporation. Washington,
I I >. f. I:; orporatei with capital stock
International Mining a'id Pnvelop
!ng Co.. Birmingham. Ale.., Incorpor
i at.-d with capital ?taetl of $100,ooo.
l'oit St. J...- Dacfe and Terminal
RnUwav OtV, Bort St Joe. Pia. incor?
porated with capita) stock of $1.000,000.
I to take over and extend docks and
Tennessee Cellulose Mod Manufactur
'? ing Co.. Mempliis. TnMI. organized
I with tSM.OOQ cnpltnl stock to construct
I gksnl for manufacturing Kraft book.
' magazine and printing paper.
hlajrsvllU Cotton Mills Co. Mays
, vill. . N C . organi/ed with ttOo.ouo
! capital st.v-k to greet |30.tS>| buildings
I and install '...??on spindles with ac
l companylng machinery.
I B, L O.uth.r. MocksvlMe. N C. and
' aaeoclntee plan nrcanl-'atlon of 1^00.
100 company to bii'1.1 cotton mil!.
u.st Virginia OnecesoU Co.. Hunt
Ington. W. \'i . I in sipesalad, with cage,
t.i! stock of ?200,090; will erect coal
tipple and develop 7"0 acres of land
adjoining Oriftithvilb oll tleld;?. .".?o
acres ..f which js underlaid with nine
loot workable coal.
North State Ice Co. Rocky Mount.
N. C. incorporated with $10?, 000 capi?
tal stock, to manufacture Ice.
Co-operative Syr-i;. * Mfg. Co.. Bir?
mingham, .via . incorporated with $100.
000 capital stock, to manufacture syrup j
and similar products.
Wb'ite Starr It on Works. Chattanoo?
ga. Tonn . Incorporated with capital
stock of ?JS.oiio.
Cam her la ud Motor Co.. rinartlte. k>
Incorporated with $">''.00<i ckpltA.1 stock, I
to manufacture spring motors.
During IMS, additions t<> the textile)
equipment of the Boath announced in
the Manufacturers' Record. Included ;
628.*."; spindles and 11.211 ooms. rep-!
resenting an investment of nhoat $15.- i
700.000. Of the total. 149,921 spindles
and 10.62s looms represent additions j
to plants that have been successfully i
operated for some years.
600D SHEEP MEAT
IS CHEAP ENOUGH
Good Enough to Reduce Cost of
Living?And It is Plenti?
A friend scnds the Industrial Sec?
tion an article written by an official of
the Sheep Breeders' Association of Ken?
tucky and asks that It be given pub?
licity for benefit of those seek'ng re?
lief from the high cost 0f living. The
article Is full of meat. Here It is:
As a result of the high price of beef
and pork a concert-d movement has
been started la the United Staf-s to
encourage a wider use of mutton, which j
is to-day the cheapest of all meats.!
There exists an actual shortage of j
beef, but mutton is in oversupply, an? i
probably will be for some years to'
come. Mutton is wholesaling at 6j
cents to s cents per pound, and dressed
lamb at n cents |n 1] cents per pound.!
These prices are but littl- more than |
half the price at g'hich beef is whole-j
sallng. So that cuts of mutton and I
lamb must be comparatively low at re?
In England mutton Is held in higher
esteem than any otiicr meat, and this
would to true in the United States KM
our people would learn to cook mat- j
ton properly. When properly cooked I
't is as great a delicacy as turkey.
American mutton and lhrr.h is now
the equal of the best grown anywhere
la the worlft. For a quart'- at ;t east.I
tury we have been Importing' the best
breeds o" mutton sheep until now our
domestic a:.- as good as anything Eng?
land ever owned This improvement in
sheep has, of course, produced a dp
elded Improvement In the quality of
our lamb and mutmn.
Many of flie agricultural colleges
have Kahren ap the mutton canrpciisn
and are urging Its more general use,
not only because *t hi cheaper, but be?
cause It Is more nutritious and healthy.
The Secretary of Agriculture. James
Wilson, recently said. "I think the
families of the UnKed States who de?
sire to economize In their meat bills
would find marked relief and great
satisfaction in the use of mutton. It
has been s choice food for man from
time imni'morial." With such authori?
tative testimony as this the failure to
use mutton as a mean? of obtaining
relief from "llgri prices and unwhole?
some meats. Is almost a failure to
evonomize when economy Is ofTer'd
Undoubtedly thousand? of American
families have never used mutton, and
If they would but turn ttie'r attention
to it we would hear less complatnt
aftsBVt the pr>?s of meats
M K \P? FROM \PAIt.
Kansas agricultural college civ, ?
lectures on auto building and opera?
There is said to be a revival of
I?. I't war., and many old patterns arc
bet us i cv. v. .1
It is said or..- cent of every dollar of
AaaerOeaa capital is now employed hi
the s'ito industry.
children In the public schools o'
.''..ivaiifsr. Norway, arc treated with
ItM aid of American dental apparatus.
Farmers Of le b ch Co"nt>. Pennsyl?
vania, report s two-million bushel crop
? i potatoes, raised at nve- Jl.OrtO.oo.i
Kent and Klgta Counties. Ontario.
.,vi season r.iis-.I ..v. r 75".?"" ..ush. ls
?..f ? eans Principal crop of the dla
fggggOg Mima are experimentally in
us.- on the streets of Chicago and a-c
<*id |g peg Ilm other electric lamp*
ill the s.iade
In ? t .-. ! factory output of
st I*.-its was v.l-t-d at tJto.vrtS.lsl.
I t -a d Mil fisures will larcely
. .er-il this sum.
In le-shorn. Palv. a wealthy Hebrew
af the name ..f Modigliani has be
Miieather a large estate to be need ta
?.??.*:?).? a \ e(trt?nan diet for his
. l.iidren. with th. object of ar-ustom
ing them to abstain from meet
The F,r?,. >. government Is 'iroyr
?glnit experiments with a new deelce
:. prol.ct aitsinst hall, essentially a
israe lightning rod of pure cop
r.. .. ndjgggj is - 1st med to affect atmos?
pheric electrleity so that hall stones
. an'iof form.
To blacken aluminum ai!o>s. states
the F.leetrical Revl-a. Immerse the sr.
ti.le in a boiling h-f solution of gggg>
tie ?od* of its per rent strength for a
? ... ??sn off the excess of
caustic, dry in sawdust snd polish with
a plumbago** Of nah
The government of Wnrtetnhorg.
Germane is taking steps to substttnte
? - ? ? iin.s for sll the horse trsc
t .->n line* existing in the . ountry. .?nd
It is row eng used In d ?s Ig up th<
plans f--r tli- pi ? 1 '
2,250 2,250 2,250
Horses Mules ~ Horses
TWENTY-TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY HORSES AND MULES TO BH SOLD AT AUCTION
Southern Stock Yards
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. JANUARY 8 AND Q.
You will find this to be the best lot of horses and mules we have ever had.
_SMYTH BROS.-McCLI'-ARY-MrCf.I-LLW CO.
SHittion ?alrs, SBonba?
By R. B. Ohaffln A Co ,
Main and Twelfth Streets
By direction of j. j). and R, a. Chrls
tian Company, we will ?eil by publto
Mo.VHAV. JANUARY 6TH. 1913,
at 12 M.
In the salesrooms of the Richmond
Heal Estate Exchange. No. 1U13 East
Main Street, the following lots of land:
First?Lots 33 and 29, corner Curtis
Street and the Richmond and York
River Hailr.ad (now the Southern
Railroad), fronting together fifty-two
feet and having a depth of 100 feet,
wit a width of fifty-seven feet on
a ten-foot alle>.
Second -Lot 41 on White Street, be?
tween Brown and Lewis Street, front?
ing thirty Um& and having a depth of
llo feet to a ten-fun alley.
TERMS: Announced at sale.
R. B. CHAEFIN & <_X?., INC..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
.618 EAST BROAD STJ
HORSE, WAGON AND HARNESS
AT A t TT ION
We will sell i?i fro>nt of our auction
salesroom. N". 61| East Broad Street.
TO-MoRR.>\\' (MONDAY), JAN. 6.
at 10:30 o'clock,
a good Work Horse. Top Wagon and
set of Harness.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
flurrton fealre, c^onbap
By Ruffip. gc Sloan.
Real Estate Auctioneers
commissi- 'nur's At rCTTOM sale
that very desirable i.ot OF
land. with the imi'rovements
thereon. situated at the
northeast corker of LOUTS
1 ana and FOURTH streets
In execution of decrees entered ;n
the Chancery Court Of the city ml E.
mond oti November & and December 17.
191:.', in the suit of Thomas M. Einne
san vs. John F Fmnegan and others.
, 1 will sell at pubjlc auction, on the
MONDAY. JANUARY ?. 19:3.
a: 4 o'clock E. M .
that certain lot of land. Wtlh the im?
provements thereon, commencing at
the northeast corner of l?uisiana and
Fourth Streets, thepce running In an
easterly direction along the north line
. of Louisiana Street 33 feet 4 inches,
thence extending back In a north- rly
; direction between paratlel lln's 11'O
! feet, and known as No. 40: Louisiana
TERMS: One third of the purchase
, money to be paid in cash, and the resl
1 dur in three equal instalments, pay?
able in three, rix and nine months frees
the dat? of sale, the credit instal?
ments to be evidenced by notes of the
purchaser, with $ per cent interest
added, the title to th? property to be
retained until tne whole of the pur?
chase price is paid, or all cash, at
the option <ef tb" purchaser.
This sale to be made subject to the
confirmation of the o-.trt.
JOHN .1 BLAKE.
I T certifv rhat the bond required by
the .above iscrssM of the special com
' missioner lias been duly given.
Oleen under say hand this I9u day
'of November. ISffc
Teste; .'has o c'AViLLE,
?ral estate JO*
West End Lots
A harga'it for quick buyer. In
line of high grade pcpcrD. Easy
11 eatre Tim-. l?:?r.atch.
" Bankrupt j5otirr?
N.'TICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
In the matter of i No. 12-?.
\\ I El.I AM s BR ANT- .
BankifafeA- I Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT QtT THE
I FNTTED STATES FOR THE EAST
j ERN DISTRICT oF VIRGINIA.
To the credilces of WILLIAM S
BRANT1.E Y. of Richmond, in the
j Count c o-; llenrlco snd distrr t
Notice Is herebv ? ? en Cat on fb?
'list dev of I?ecenaher. A. D.. IVr. the
'the said WILLI VM > BRANTLE>
iduly adjudicated b.u krupt. and that
the first meeting of his rrsSHorf
will be held In mv office, room, Ne>?
11*2 and M3. American National Bank
Building. Re nmond. Va . on the i?th
D\T Ol- JABITART, A I? 1113. ?I IS
I o'clock Sa tb" fo-enoon. at which time
ihr ss l ?-"dltors may attend, r'"1*
. th. ir i lslms. appoint a truMce. e?
anilsr the Kankrupt. and trar.se. t assch
otl er businrea ae may properly came
before ssld meeting
TlloS B SNEAD.
Referee la Bankruptcy.
January 3 ]>il.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREBT?
Open dally from 1? A to to i p M
Admission :4c Fr?e on Saturdays
I 9th and Franklin Sts.
I WILL HAVE FOR PALE AT AVCTIOX. TL*ESr>AY. JAN'VART T.
250 Horses ar.d Mules Th??? consist 'of smooth Southern horses,
some heavy draft and general purpose fcnraes. The mules are as
good as you have seen. Run in size from MM to 1,500 pounds, with
lots of quality. Be here Tuesdav.
We solicit local consignments Bring your horses In.
'dttrrion ?a!f?, QSontsap
By Virginia Auction Co.,
Auctioneers, 6 1 6 E. Broad
< Five Passenger
We wii! sell for the owner, at our
TO-Mopnmv . MfJJJIlA I i.
at 12 o'clock noon,
one Velio 30-horse power Automobil',
?ouipped with top, wind shield, speed?
ometer, searchlight, gas tank, five
lamps, etc. tiood running order.
virolnta auction CO.,
High Constable's Sale
I will sell hy public auction on
MiJXPAV. THK ?TU OAY OW JANU?
ARY. 1513. 12 O'CLOCK M .
St No. lOOl West Broad, the following
1 property to satisfy civic executions la
j my hands:
I TERMS: Cash.
W. H. WVATT. JR..
! auction Salts f-unut Daps
auction et? 3
01 a east broad 3t.
Sale of Stock of
Ladies Tailored Suits,
Dresses, Child; en's
Coats, Ladies' Coats,
Pursuant |a a:i ?-flee nf the restrict
Court of the Patted States for the
Eastern MM t of Virginia, entered
on the r"tp day of lie. ember. 1*12. in
the matter of F. J? MandWr d ?'??
bankrupt. I a ill sell at public auct: m.
TlfU B>sr?\T. JANUARY *, HO.
heg-innhvg at l* 3* o'clock A. M-.
? ?'?1:1 : >e aij. f-.ti salesrooms of Th
Valentine Auction Co.. ?t<i East Rr.i-l
Street. the Ste-g of the above COft
<<rn. consisting of about 4?? garments,
comprising ladles* Tailored Suits m
serges, whipcord, velvets, gfa,? Rain?
coats. Serae and i;m> Uhlp^nM Skirt?.
jtummer Wash Skirt". Lingerie and Silk
tVals.?. White IJngerie 1^-.-?.
and Misses' <'....t?. < TlMdrrtl's <
? m'-lVej Presses, Petticoats. ?9m
?Ami'- positive i;?-in?nln wit he sold
separately and in lots to suit bid 1 -
ladles invited to attend leenlera .
?titntllj invited. I MiaT<: Can*
U ?HN T U IN?eO.
Trost*?- and Reeefver.
7lfK VAIJraCTTNF AI CTI??N ?M
SPF.CI \T, ?t\T.'i PINTI BKS. RTC
We W.ll sleo ?eil at this sale sb oi
]M pa rs Men's Pants, Je? Men's Staate,
lie ladies' Skirt* and Waists
xards Velvet" ivarlous eolorst. sex.n
nne ftalt pdsplav .-asew. ir.>h?nn>
Tit ?h pis'" class sliding doors i|*i
alili 'drawers la b?*??. faar and six
feet |nn|. three Combination \s? k
Sa.f' s, and other goods.
Ttrv vu^kktinb .m 'TioN nry
auction fealf?. SPon?a?
By Virginia Auction Co.,
Auctioneers, 616 E. Broad
High Grade Furniture
cain Buos. vpiuaHT piano,
wuartereo oak uinino pi it
(Prtfciri miipj), h anusome pa?ixir
AMD LIBRARY BOTT, maple. MA
IIOOANY. WALWUT .VXD OAK
CMfrMTOB suips ODO ORESSERti.
CttUWI \m w a RDROI KS.
LEATHK!: . ?UC.1ES, TURKISH
KOCK BBS. BTC
W* will sell .it our store, for ac?
count of Btoragf git BM1 Broad Street,
MoNL'.XY J AXAKV ?. 1913.
at 10:30 A. M.,
; I-I e :av. Upright Plane, made br
' ?- Broi . ||. _ in. rery i.aud
>??:.;? sonaplet Dining Room Suit, in
lartered tak: one five-piece Wik
I'ufitM-t.-red Mahogany Prame
l*arlor Salt, one three-piece Leather
i. '? '? ' Sun :h-?p:?Maple Cham?
ber Suit, three-piece Oak Chamber
Suit. ?::h w.;r<lrob"; thre.i-piece Ma
hi.iT.iny .-u.i. with i tuff.robe to raat'-h;
two Turk!-:' leather Rockers, two
Leather Cenili ?-. three wardrobes, two
Drvajffeta, three Beaaa Beds and
National Sprlncr. three Brass Beds,
sev.-ral odd Mahogany 1 Tessera. Presa
lasj Tables. Stands. Book Cases, cUrio
Cabinets, atasic cabinets. Chairs. Rock
rs, Orop Lights, Br.?s#t Costumers.
. Ml ? .-'any Hall Rack. Oak
Hall Radk, Baanael Bed?, etc.
TERM's. Chah. Lidies especially in?
vited to attend.
VlRoiNiA JfOCTTOM CO.
auction feafrs /-utttrr ?>a?S
11.. Bests I Id A lllake.
Heal I.-isle t nrllesrcrs,
tri >mi. ' htKJIMM ?>%i.ic
>o. 230J* Ml ?.KT A1TAIK.
J< virtue of a certa.n deed of t-ust.
dated December U, l?ii. receded in
tfo- clerk's eMCB of the Richmond
Chaaisay court, in i>e-?d Rook ;i i-B,
d. fa'i:: hc.-.ns been made in
the payment of a po'tsm of the debt
seeared Ihti?b] and ii'inc rsssgtsmj
?. b noticiary therein so to do, i
II I.M.O. MM Mil 7. IIMS.
rt BSM ?VI nek P. M~
on the sreenasi ?, proceed to sert at
t aacttea the property conveyed
I therein, vix: All that certain lot. piece
or panel of land, with the hnck tcti-e
I meat, Me .3 ?'?. nnd nil ii.p-ovements
.??ei appnrte nances thereto be tan rinse.
H ?'. !>? ... II 1 !i.- c.ty of Rich
mond, Va. i in that part ther*off known
as "I^e Isistrict?. on -the south Hue of
Htmnrt As l u-. iwtween Addison and
?v. .ir:d houi.ded and de?
scribed as folkrwe, to-wll Commenc?
ing at a point on the vi.d south Unw
.? , ,? r v . ? ?: -t ? .-;.tv four
feel sis uiehes ai.<< west of Add|son
' . forin.rl v Straw h-rry Street.
! wbi< h point i? the centre of alt alley
? in i-ornmoti thre.. feet wide, between
I the property hereby onvey.d. and that
ndjointnjc it on the east. Jfe. J3*>7?:
? . -1 , dlv tne ?ald
? r :.irt \\- nue and fr'Oit
, ? .-. ?. . t six Ii -h*n
,,,'?,,. h?it ?.mthwardlv and
>. a .-< oarilM lines i the eastern line
r inn n? l kroner* ths centre of the said
ih-. ? '.e.f ail- ? und the western tins*
- . the centre of the par
tt on wall l?lv?-n the d went ml here?
in r. I and that adjoining 1t on
\ . p i "He handred and
I ten i t?i feet, te an alley nans feat
, .. heS .'%!!? Wide
TTCRMH ''ash sufTi-'- to pne alt
I ml, ?sie ISSes Slid InSUTSnee to
! rf^i ?f sab ind % d.bt of fl.au. wjth
t thereon from Iseeembee Zl.
'? ?f ,aP and purctiaaer to
I ___Tm, ? Heed of trust em th? property
I ^,.,.h )?. ?. i-,r *> ?'."??. elo-!i to See.jra
mat earn of ft.&ad. ssfak Ms*
. .?--eon from Vovemh*.' 9% 1*12.
,, a . ?f ?ale snd th? residue of the
' van? noi.r to S. p-?id in rosal 1 n
T'."V ... at'otie ?nd 1W? vesr? froSB
. ....V mt--.St
AA A nd l! . ?! I d b] deed of fTOSt cm
1 . *?.ru or for ?II ewsh as to said
I said proper miechsaer
? residue, at the or- "o "f ' -T
wL ' M? ? 'o ? r i i.i..'. %