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MXfY.FOtJfcTIt TEAR
VUTTEDLY
THE BEST MEDIUM IN
TttE BOtJf II FOR CLASS
IFIED ADVERTISING.
t'KLErilONB YOUR WANTS T<>
' THB TIMES' DISPATCH
j&KDou'ii i i Randolph
WANT AD. RATES.
*JLY, cent u word when paid In *d
>ance. No ad. taken for less than It cents.
'NDAY, ono nnd one-half cents a word for
classified Ada. except Situations Wanted
V.on? cent it word. No ad. tak?n for l??s
nan 16 cthU.
taken for leas than 26 cents when ,
rii?f ? FS Phoned In. Phoned orders not
[?Vr ??*> p Classification* not *Ufcraniead 1
lost and found
DHT, ft black, white nnd tan female
setter. Any Information received will
p Rewarded. l.ouls Washer* 3908 Wll
,imnbut-g AvcnUOi City.
iDS'f, black silk bag containing <?yc
(glus.scs Sunday morning, between
?iCBterfleld Apartments and Laurel and
ranklln Streets. Liberal' reward - If
/turned to Mrs. Stokes, Chestorflold
partmenta.
HELP WANTED?Male
ANTliD, railway mall and postal
dorks; examination Booh, over 2,000
>polntments yearly; prepare at home,
rite for Plah R of payment after ap
>lntment. Philadelphia Business Col
Re, Civil Sfct-vlco Dept., Philadelphia,
v,
'ANTED at once. 5 harness makers.
Mlllor & Gleanon, Newport News, Vg.
[AN with best refercncea to represent
Northern Heed firm; Helling expert
icd not nccefcsafy If acquainted with
hrdentng. Cobb Co.( Franklin, Manx.
[/ANTED, salesman wTth Ford car to
,J *<ell the new Improved Denver lrord
after; IB to 17 day guaranteed. Hee |
;< or writo un at once. Madison 4OS.
Ichmond Auto Clearing House, 212
Ijorth Eighth Street.
?j'ANTED, a man who can take entire
charge of broom factory. Address
ocIt Box 24H, Louisa, Va.
\
TANTKD IMMEDIATELY, 75- CAU
j'KNTKRS. APPLY IN PERSON.
?RLNUINO TOOLS. NO MAIL AP
PLICATIONS CONSIDERED. WAGES,
t PER lO-UOUR DAY. DUPONT
OWDER CO.. CITY POINT, VA.
AILWAY mail clerks Wanted, $75
monthly; examinations coming; Ham
e questions free. Franklin Institute,
ept. 480-W, Rochester, N. Y.
'ANTED, a strictly flrst-class, sober
barber. None but A1 workman need
pply. Address J. E. Cowell. 21 Prin
ts Street, Wilmington, N. C.
HEIiP WANTED?Female,
OOKKEEPER wanted; only thorough
ly experienced person who under- i
Ands every detail of dnublo entry i
ookkeeplng and who hi able to take;
ill charKR of bookkeeping department.
inl?Ud by several clerks, need apply,
aehlor Motor Company, cornes Broad
nd Kyi a rid.
.'ANTED, a refined, settled f-outhorn
woman to take charge of widower's
otno and c.ire for children. State
uallflcatlons and give city reference,
ddress D 824. care Times-Dispatch.
SITUATIONS WANTED?Male.
/ANTED, employment In city or coun
r/y, for white and colored boys, aged
i to 17 years. Eight bovs want Jobs
ow. Juvenile0 Court or Richmond,
hono Randolph 622, Loom 6. City
??? , |
iXPEKIENCED hotel stownrd open,
for position, either American or Eu
ipean." O 104, car* Times-Dispatch.
:EQ1STEIIED phnrmaclnt desires po
sition as clerk or manager. Heat of
oferences, good experience. If you
?;\nt a good man. an?wer. Address L
537, daro Times-Dispatch.
SSISTANT cashier bank', desires po
sition January 1. Best references,
ddrenn L 08. care Times-Dispatch.
hXI'ERIENCED- bookkeeper desires
1 permanent employment; A-l refer
AddrcBB D 325, caro 'flmos-Dis
bern
nee.
a'jeh.
^TTJATIONS WANTED?Female.
SaPERIENCED lady stenographer,
thoroughly familiar with office de
itl and system, recently employed In
fllco of firm handling technical and
dllders' hardware specifications. Ac
: urate, careful and neat ofllce assistant.
ddrossG 105. care Times-Dispatch.
VANTED, position hy young lady as!
bookkeeper or hilling clerk. At pres- j
nt employed. Eight years' experience;'
apld machine operator. Best of ref
ronces. Address Anxious, caro Tlmes
Mapatch.
.ADY now employed wishes a position
ns assistant bookkeeper, earthier, un- j
erfttands all ofllce work. Can furnish
h^ best of references. Address A 205
are Tlmoa-Dlspatch.
WANTED?Salesmen.
SALESMEN making the general store
tVado who wish to mnke extra money
an lc-arn of good sldo lino paying large
ommlsston and which is well known
nd extensively advertised; correspon
ence confidential; give full partlou
ars In first letter. Address P. O. Box
143, Richmond. Va.
v New York manufacturing concern.
which haB an established business
hi'oughout North and South Carolina,
.'Irglnla and West Virginia and Mary
and on an article that has become
ta,ple. desires a salesman who has had
xperlonco soiling tobacco, cigarettes j
?r similar lines to the retail and whole !
?ale trade, to cover that territory.
Itato ago ami experience. Address L
?3*. caro Tlmes-Dispatcfi.
WAMxED?Sal com en.
?i5;aC?r'?r VcK
W^nT.1^' 8al??mai> with Ford car to
otartor^ ?K ?0rtWt7,n?proVc<1 Denv?r Ford
wlrl"TOh<h"?trffrr'"' '"""??
FOR RENT?Rooms.
J1.aVd/,0,n?,yi furnished front
? li^Y1' n ^??! nff,Jbath, hot wator heat,
?if lights. Board near-by. Gen
tlemen preferred. 1821 West Grace.
WELL furnished rooms, hot and~coTd
nrU'Jit ?o'?iS. b*">
"!??' ?nr?c?.S5";?0,i!5?n. T?XZ
room o\ct* garage for nice colorcd inun.
*u?"?>?hed roonifc, 7lo ahd~718
fcaBt Marshall street. tt2
IUJNMNO hot and cold water, Htoam
firtV?8? ?lsctrlc lights In an rooms, 15
double; also rooms with private bath
Can accommodate a few mora t-ihi?
boarders |4. Cld RMt l.>,,!"iLa tab,e
MBUn t? , K(|>OMS FOR rent:
" Rental Exchange for rooms
iiESHES2?i
WANTED-^noOms
ROOMS WANTED.
GET your rooms rented at once bv
rtSnu w,th tho Room Rental
l^at^laln. " 19' KbcI B""dlng, 832
BOARDING.
PERMANENT or transient boarders*
excellent cuslne. Three meals day'
$5 i?er week. Delicious Southern atvTe
cookInjr. Kpeclftlty Sunday .tinners, 1
lid-. 1 m0??c/'iK Phone Madison
349i.-L, or call J09 South Third Street
aimr'tments,- vapor heat
fiirniBiM?i I ft eicellont cuisine
furnished to permanent and transient
VP?Id.ors at MrH- ??race WellfOrd
? P?S' nnd well-equipped houwe !
200 East Franklin Street. Beginning'
| ^'-'Ptombcr 1 dinner served at 6:30.
D?Unll^iiS ufor , ,;oni for table rooms;
also table hoarders. 109 East Grace!
41 0 West Grace Street, hot-water heat
board r00ma; ? n,o<'.crn conveniences;
/"rnlshed rooms, with board
Lxcelleht table. 209 East Grace.
WANTED, occupants for two large
rooms, with board. 310 West Grace!
rI(??^?^NHT t aPI>0,n,lc<1 rooms, with
nU?n 4i c*cellent table board,
i PvSv.. V?2 ?.H1 f;a?thorft, Mrs. E. S.
i-%ans, lis East Franklin.
INICELY furnished room's, with board*
FrankMn" ?r tra""'c,1t- 1,0 Ea<?t
NICELY furnished room Fn private
hwIT tfr w# ni?r w,t',0,lt board, 1600
fJrriwi ?eVn? ac?L. S^htlsmah pre
ferred. A 206 care Tlmes-Dlnnntfh
fr IRRT-OLASS board and rooms for 3
' P?r woek* Madison
WANTED?Board.
WANTED, board for tuberculosis pati
ent at once; In suburbs or within 20
minutes ride from Richmond. E 82$
osre Times-Dispatch.
FOR SALE}?Animals.
FOR sale?Having no further use for
hnri.7u i!| WA'. them at a big
fi tlnVv W,U welfh 2.350 pounds
y'ttr? old. sound, l'rice, |3f>0; 1
fsoo- *1 i Jvc,?h '.^00 pounds. fVlce
$300. 1 pair, 4 years old, weigh 2,00(5
KR.1. ^?9K?Uin ianu v#ry handsoma.
i*?.i?. o pR,r cheap mules for $176,
Vo?r,lU000nrUnd8- AJBO 1 Pa,r mul?s
.?uy no,w and ?*ve high war
prices In tha spring. Any ono looking
call and .see this stock beforo buyihir
I Jeeny RJt9 "n ? An" condition. Can be
Vt o" Southern Transfer
ii.iS# ' 8auJh Fifteenth Street.
Half square from Main Street Station.
No connection with any other stable.
FOR SALE, HORES, MARES, MULES.
HAVING finished my contract, and
sell'\\>?nr*ni<>^further use for them, will
Unit ,2?nP . ot Pood mules. Ono
pair will weigh 2,100, price, $175; ono
/* Fil, 2,300, price, $256; one pair
welKh 2,600. price $350; also 7 head of
lar^e youn>? work horses; will weleh
from 1,100 to 1,400, and 0 heads of i;en
efJl horses nnd mares, welirh
HitJi ' j,', A,t th,B B'ock is fn flrst
class condition. Any one In need of
Btock will do well to look these over
5p-.uCan ,,e 8t'e" at Crull's
Stable, 18 South Tenth Street.
y?}} cheapest pair of mules
to-day in \ Irglnla. $160 for the pair. :
Work single or double, and will kIvo
your money ba<*k the first day of Feb
ruary. If not satisfied. Apply Crane's1
Stable. 16 South Fifteenth Street
FOR 8ALG?Horses
HORSES to hire by day, week ?r
r-:. or exchange. 636
North Eighth Street.
FOR Bule cheap, one pair of big mules:
Fait Cana?"abl* 01Tor refused. ?05
FOR SALE?Machinery.
CONCRETE mixers, hoisting engines.
boilers and engines, all slzos, wood
working machinery, smokestacks
pumps, tanks, pulleys, shafting and
hangers, second-hand, guaranteed. 1.
rsiuiord fe C.o.
WANTED?-Household Goods.
to buy toF ca,h household
? on 3861 any quantIty- Phone Madl.
WANTED?Money.
WANTED, to borrow $2,000 on farm
AuTdttdtirLtta.
KOR sale?Busluoss.
^tX^T^lrg?^ l^lhoJ0:
ftt<l?(?t'i "P"1?-*13-*? fixtures. Principally
i&SSSajh. M<""*' h *????&
1'i'ji t'P-to-date whofeaale" Whiif
tord Reason
liV* i',,? de"'r<3 to return South to
Hte. Address Box 61. Baltimore. Md
EQft SAIiB?~MbeellaDeoin
F?R.8ale' n,ce clean white naner Ko
:? ]&?r $!^Sils i
ttB ijlassvVjirft, hiuudry etc Si ?r? 1
<?*''"!
^g.)iUor ai^ar r;2i7'"ls5
shoes.
TTA Xf TT ~v S,UT RATE SHOES. ~
sli,?J5B nt rock bottom prices
Brciacf Street 8 gft
DHif CLEANING AND SCOUIUwT
rra1^.,?????? ?""0"' ?"A' ???
miscellaneous wants
WANTED.1,000 poople to comc and
on#?" a chance on our handflomo doll
?.Ti? l?*irl 0Ur window, that wo
J. ttK-f* away X-maf! ftvp. Son Cobh
?^liHT Co- 1<03 KilBt Main
detectives.
BRAntOHD'S DETKCTIVR *?ppVTpm
SOUTHERN BUILDING. WAStt '
INQTON I) o oxl"
"??ft'ai Mc?"."..**SrvVr SS8S*W8?
practical experience qualifier um to trlv*
expert confidential advice to to-obl!
prlvarte^a?urne?yanCO ?f U bu3,ne8* ??
CIrAR L ES O, Ktirch, private detfectiv?
Tanth /'a ?0? P,nrk Bullrllnc corner
Hlfa}, R?ohmond."Va. Ph?ne ^^olph
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.
SHOE8! SHOES. BHOS& ""
923 Cant Broad, near City Hall !? ??..
Stored cftvlS ?owdcn'8 Sam pi* Sho*
family. cheaP tor th. whol?
special NOTICE.
?th# Public to know tnat
Mfliri at8 Bros., Jewelers, 912 Pant
iS?Ssfl?H
rrvxftr ? ^OOKI LOOK! I
S1?%.ts
rfsftfi &%?S? o%Vr. ,hid
Str?ot? Phone ^[Kndolph^lsFfl^1 Mal" |
MEETINGS.
THE regular annual "meetlnp- nt ??.
stockholders of the Tde$
of <VflCw"* t"?7 Y"1 bc ^'d at tho office
2 . ?'ohnsoh Publl.*hinir Com
rMv^nf r> South Eleventh Street, ln t?e
ber 7?'af
L. II. KIMB ROUGH,
Secretary.
i .Ti1? annual meeting- of the stork,
?lolders of tho Gray National Telauto
graph Company will be held at 19
9 1914 n??np?n Wednesday, Decembe?
M. H*. CRAMPTON,
Secretary
AUCTION SALES?To-Dny.
Rv RUFKIN & SLOAN,
Real Lstate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE,
d.&l recorded
oir;"&?5,;;l,ir, H"c& iW{?Tni1*?;
the undersigned trustees, default hav
.t" ">'?de In tho payment of the
debt therein secured, and belnn re
^miT0 1? to, <*? ''-v the beneficiary we
premises, on PUb"C auction? tho
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7TH, 1914,
at 4 o'clock P. M.,
".,a.Vvcry desirable corner lot, Bituato
.S?u corner of Leonard and!
TJi'fstreets, fronting: twenty-flve (25) i
\ Leonard Street, and extending ^
{^Cv- on? hundred and afty (lfiO) fee^t
r?^c"Hlnston Avenue, and having a
(2f.) ffet. ?n Sn av?nue twenty-nvej
TERMS: Cash as to so much of thA I
proceeds as may he necessary to defrav
tlie expense of executing: this trust and
to pay a note of $67? with Intcreal'
from October 13th, 1914. and anv hn?
ance at six and twelve months to bn
secured by a deed of trust on said Iron
wrtta.r.r 01 11,8 "I"10" ?' the
and interest thereon. "-"""S
johnsLoan? nUFFIN- j
? Trustees. J
ROOFING.
PAINT your root now. Our work guar
antfcou. Estimate free. Call Madl
son 3763, Tho Alcrttrns Co.
ICE, COAIt AND WOOP
LARGE blocks oak afid pine wood, p?r
fcctly dry; eiMy lo epllt: dry, heavy
oak slabs for wood heaters, rangers
and grates. Will save you $1 to the
cord. Will send sr.mplc, because it Is
the greatest bargain In wood to Burn.
Long's, 1606 West Broad. Madison
'V63
AUCTION . SALES?Fu t u re Days
?i? ?>
BY MCVEIGH A GLINN,
Ileal Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE OF FOUR
FRAME DWELLINGS. N08. 617.T09.
621 AND 5?3 NORTH NINTH STREET.
By virtue of a certain ilecd of trust
to the undersigned trustees, dated Juno
S, 131 i, and duly recorded In the clerk's
ofllce of tho Charter y Coiirt of tho city
of Rlchmond> In D. B. 212-B, page 94,
default having be^h made, and being
required so to do by tlio beneficiary, wo
Will sell, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914,
at 4 o'clock P. M..
the real estate described in said deed of
trust, lo-wlt:
"All that certain lot. plfece and par
ed of land, with tht four frame tene
ment dwelling* thercoti, designated ?jb
no's. 517, 519. Si I and 523 North Ninth
Street, lying and being In the city df
Richmond, vs., on the east side of
Ninth Street, between Clay and LHgh
Strefttft, and bounded and described ns
follows, to-wlt: Commencing at a point
on the said oast lina of Ninth 8treet,
dlstunt one hundred and forty-six (14??)
feet four (4) Inches south or the south
line of Leigh Street, thencft running
southwardly along tn?5 said east line
of Ninth Btrftot, and frontlbg thereon
eighty-five feet ten and one-half lnchcs
more or less, to a point opposite tho
centre of the partition wall between
lenement No. 517, and that on the south
thereof No. 616, and extending back
from said front oaatwardly betxveuh
nearly parallel lines, the southern line
passing through the centre of sal'l
partition Wall 120 feet, to the alley In
the rear."
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pav the
cost and expenses of executing this
trust, including a trustees' bomtftlsslon
of 5 percenlUtn, also a ratable propor
tion of the taxes .for the calendar year
and a note for >28.69, .with interest on
same from September 3, 1914 to tho
dav of sale, and a noto for $28.53 with
interest on same froin December 3,
1914, to day of salt, and a note for
$1,906.26 with Interest on samo from
December 3, 1914 to day of sale, and
a credit as to two notes for 328.69 each,
due respectfully March 3, 1916, arid
June 3, 1916., nhd one note for
$1,906.26, due June 8. 1915. and the
residue in equal installments at one
and two years from date of sale for
notes with interest added and secured
by a tt-ust deed oh said property, or for
all cafeh us to said residue at tho option
of the purchaser,
L. W. McVEIOH.
W. P. OLINN.
Trustees.
McVEIGIt & OLINN.
Audtloheers.
? AUCTION BALKS-?"to-Uay.
BY W. 9. ROBINSON A. CO.,
Heal Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES" AUCTION BALE OF
FRAME FLATS DESIGNATED AS
NOS. 2310. 2310-A, 2312 AND 2312-A
T STREET.
In execution of a certAln deed of
trust, dated Aufeunt 28, 1913, and
recorded - in the clcrit'a office of tho
Richmond Chancery Court, Richmond,
Vu., in dt^d book 228-A, pajrtt 412, de
fault having: been made In the payment
of a part of tho debt thereby secured,
alid being directed ho to do by the
.noteholder, I will sell at public auotion,
on the premises,
MONDAY. DECEMBER 71'H, 1914,
at 4:30 o'clock P. M..
the following: described real estate: All
that certain lot of land, with the Im
firovements thereon, lying and being:
n thfe fclty of Richmond, Vd., With a
small part of tho samo in the rear ex
tending into tho County of Henrico,
commencing at a point on the north
lint of T Street, distant elghty-riine
(89) font, four (4) inches, west of Its
Intersection with tho west line of
Twenty-fourth Street, thence runritrig
westwardly along the said north Une
of T Stroet. to an alley and fronting
on the said north line of T Stroet,
thirty-seven (37) feet, and extend
ing back northwardly from said
froht between parallel line:. One hun
dred and fifty-four (154) foot; ten and
one-quarter (10 1-4) inchos on Its
westefh lint, which line is the eastern
line of said alley, and on Its eastern
llill), one hlindred and forty-two (142)
feet> three and one-half (3 1-2) Inches,
more or. lens, and being tho rear half
of lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 In block 123 1-2
In the plan of Kalrmount
TERMS: Cash arf to so much as to
defray tjie expensed of this sali*. in
cluding trustees* commission of 6 per
cetitum oh tho gross amount of sale
and to pity two notes due November
23, 1914? one for $2?000,, and the other
otio for $30, and Interest on said notes
from tho day of th6ir maturities, bal
ance ih ono and two years from date
of settlement.
W. S. ROBlfcSON,
Trustee.
BY POLLARD & BAOBT,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE
OF
A SPLENDID HOME, KNOWN AS
91 1 Lamb Avenue
IN BARTON HEIOHT8.
"We are authorised to sell at a sacri
fice on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1914,
at 4:80 o'clock P. M?
the above mentioned dwelling.- It con
tains eight rooms, reception nail, large
bathroom, attcactlv? porches, etc. Lot
76 2-3 by 120 feet, at the corner of
Lamb Avenue and Cedar Street. There
IS also a Stable or garage on the lot.
With sdrvkht's room above.
TERMS: Reasonable, artd will be an
nounced at the hour of sale.
Pollard & bagby,
Auctioneers.
BY VIRGINIA AUCTION CO*,
General Auctioneers,
616 East Broad Street.
' Phone Mndlaeu 3801.
Several Thousand Dollar Stock New
Medium and High Grade Furniture,
the Contents of Two Complete Furni
ture Stores Moved to Our Place, 616
East Broad Street, for Convenience
of Sale.
Pour Days' Sale, Common clhg at 1*0:30 A. M.,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7,
at 616 East Broad,
and continuing each day at the same hour. New furniture and fur
nishings for all parts of the horafl.
PARLOR FURNITURE?Three and five-piece Suits in all the late
styles, finish and makes; Chairs, Rockers, Pedestals, Tabourettes, etc.
LIBRARY FURNITURE?Three and five-piece Suits. In black and
Spanish leathers; Turkish and easy Rockers, Bookcases, etc., all
finishes.
Hall Chairs, Tables, two-piece Mirror Racks, odd Den Furniture,
etc.
DINING FURNITURE?About 100 odd pieces, in all woods and
makes, complete suits in mahogany, quartered oak and early Eng
lish; Crystal Closets, Buffets, Pedestals, Couches and Davenportu, etc.
BEDROOM FURNITURE?Suits of 2. 4, 6, 8 and 10 pieces in
mahogany, early Birch, Circassian walnut, Blrd's-Eye maple, quar
tered oak, etc.; Brass Beds and Iron Beds in all sl7.es, odd Dressers,
Dressing Tables, Chiffoniers, Single and Doublo Wardrobes, Chairs,
RockerB, Tables, etc., in all styles and finish.
MISCELLANEOUS?Ladies' Writing Desks, Children's Desks and
Chairs, Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Desk Chairs,
Kitchen Safes, Kitchen Cabinet, Gas Ranges, Cooking and Steel
Ranges, large assortment well-known make Heaters, Oil Cook Stoves,
Oil Heating Stoves, etc.; Matting in original rolls, Crex Rugs and
Druggets, all sizes, Brussels, wool fibre, Tapestry, Velvet, Axmlnster
and Wilton DruggotB, etc.; Gas and Electric Drop Lights, Candelabra,
Domes, etc.; Go-Carts, Quilts, Blankets, Pictures, Mirrors, Brlc-a
Brac, Toilet Sets, etc.
This Is no accumulation of odds and ends, but a thorough modern
- and up-to-date stock, selected by ono of tho best-knOwn furniture
men, who, unfortunately, was disappointed in his store. Now must
be sold at public auction without reserve.
This sale will be held on our main floor, 616 East Broad, com
mencing Monday, December 7, at 10:30 A. M., and continue each
day at the same hour until the entire stock is sold.
Furniture dealers and the public generally are invited to attend.
TERMS: Posltivly cash.
VIRGINIA AUCTION COMPANY,
Auctioneers.
GEO..V. OLIVER, Salesman.
AUCTION' SAJLES?Future, Days.
ftgrgaLfchflNg AuCFgg
^^JPHOKE HAOISON >806
SQast BROAP_^
AUCTION SALE OF JACK
?ON'S CAW: A .VI > RESTAURANT
NO. 1314 EAST MAIN STREET.
I ursuant to an order of the District
pftBt ? r?i i ^"Ited States for the
Eastern District of Virginia. In the
matter of tho Virginia Distilling Cor
poratlon bankrupt, entered on Deconi
?? ' ? undersigned will sell
at public auction on
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914
. at 10:30 o'clock A. M?
tn? saloon and restaurant business h?
f l? l?c estate of Raid bankrupt
located at No. 1314 East Main Street.
K0,'nt*' business. Including tho
State and city liquor licenses and all
i i? ?>urc"aser to assume tho
unexpired lease upon said premises.
pLw m.h8 consist of an up-to-data
E.ecti lc National Cash Register sa
loon style, Flno Bar Fixture wlth'mlr
??rs' 5.ar, Counter. Lunch Counter,
Steam Table, Fino Partition with mlr
jors, Cigar Case, Show Case. 3 Whls
? y 1c?8e!,> 5 Tables, lu Chairs. 13
Lunch Counter Stools, 2 Large Refrig
erators, Ice Box, Coffeo Urn, Gas Kanga
and Hood, Typewriter, lot Glassware.
CI Inaware and Cooking Utensils. Elec
Maoiiili? i1"08, Fans, Bottling
Machine Jron Bar Mats, Iron Safe anu
many other articles. Also the unex
Tp\ i ond city liquor lieenacs.
,J'l 8Is considered one of tho best
?ni?va o (or a saloon in the city, and
onJ?V a large patronage.
? i? i^a. J8 made undor orders of
the Lnlted States District Court, tho
^foperty wlli be knocked out to the
(Von nf Vhdder' subject to the conflrma
lion or tho court.
TE11MS: Cash.
MELVIN FLEGENHEIMER.
Receiver and Trustee
THE VALENTINE AUOTIONacO.?,PtCy
j ? _ Auctioneers..
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
A VALUABLE FARM, WITH A FINE
QLANT1TV OF GOOD TIMBPR
COUNTY \a Jmr. a CHESTERFIELD
?vn NEAR DRY BRIDGE,
ern ra?lway!h mil13 of houth
? r?=? ?W!on, ?f a certain deed or
?h*8*id???d *1Pr" 6J *dl4' a?d recorded In
f v\ in n ? Chosterfleld County,
In* iln' P" 3J6', ,)a*? 338' do'ault hav
1 !iam been niado in the payment of the
2;* o" eo?rs--i
??,r, sv?X'.?el1" puW
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914
,. at noon,
1 to-wift?110Wln8r dc8cr,bed r*a* estate?
| All that certain tract of, with tho
! rom,?ve v?nt? thereon, In Chesterfield
/' ^a,>.'y'nB and being about ono
n lie from the Southern Railway, and
i???? i i?ur ?V1S fr0m Midlothian Pits,
I /coif lg 8 hundred and ninety-two
1(692) acres, more or less, and being
I the property of Alvin Sayles, and bolng
the same land conveyed the said Alvin
Blll,r and wIfo by their
I deed dated February 15. 1884, and re
I the clerk's oflice of Chester
field County, Va? In D. B. 75. page 49.1
rcferenco maj be made to said deed
? f.,a, m<ir? extended description of the
8aia land.
TERMS:
This property will be sold subject to
fr,r ??r AA?ft V8.1 .now on tho 8a'd land
for $5,000 and Interest payable thereon
t-Ift/lrta!lniUa y 1 principal amount of
? Jo.OOO bollig payable on March 12, 1916,
which said principal and Interest are
ovinenccd by notes:
Subject to said deed of trust, which
may be assumed by tho purchaser, tho
wi,l be for cash sufllcicnt to pay
?rT c?8t8 ?f executing thin trust and
to Pa) off and <discharge notes aggre
gating 5-.809.90 and Interest thereon
??m .^J)r J ' 191 8ald Interest ag
gregating about $168.60; tho termB for
the residue of purchase prlco will bo
announced on day of sale.
,i ?? vRluabie farm, with a brick
dwelling thereon, and a very fine lot I
4.000.000efeetf matCd 10 ?Ut about
J. M. TURNER, j
R. B. CHAFFIN & CO., INC^"3160'
? Auctioneers:
BY W. S. ROBINSON & COMPANY;
Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES AUCTION 8ALE
OF1
T?U AM13 DWELLINGS.
OWN AND DESIGNATED AS .Voo.
STREET 18 AN1J 1S0G VENABLE
tJ!L\ e,xc.cutlon of' a * certain deed of
trust, dated November 22, 1:113, and ro
5 /lu tho clerk's office of tho Rlch
Chancery Court, In deed book
m.wio'i^F0 9*' defaiilt having been
e lI\ Payment of a part of tho i
. thereby secured, and bolng i
I win ?i?8? ?to dou,^y th6 noteholder. 1
premises " PubHc auction, on tho
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1014.
I., , ,, at 4:15 o'clock P. M..
"'i?.following described real eatate, to
wliV l,hos? certain pieces, parcels or
it 8 land, with tho litiprovemouts
thereon, known as Nos. 1800-02-04 and
SP5bl? TUr,e(,t' ,y,n? und being in
; ed as Voifowa)0 ^ b?Uml"
v^lt?f-.Btfs.,ntlinS at lots 1 nnd-2 In
n' thence running east
MnX fronting on the north
J'n? of Vonable Street fifty (50) feet,
.thonre back towards Carrlngton Street
S!Utiu,n and 01*ty-threo (163) feet,
V- ai?? 0,1 l08?t thence weetwardly fifty
<???> feet to lino of lots l and 2, thenco
ih?i i?? yr 0?? hundred and slxty
IkiI c..(1632 fe^t? >"0ro or less, to Ven
able Street, point of beginning.
Second. Beginning at a point on the
north lino of Venablo Street two hun
Mm!hBan?d? t5.lrty;,1YS <23S) feet east of
^ Street, thence running east
wardl, ^along and fronting on venablo
n?^*Vi/i '?et? thence back be
i:?"tir,M "fja, iSt.0"0 "um,r"j
? 8.a,.e ^ m,ttd? subject, however,
to a certain deed of trust now on the
tf non}uGh f V10 PflSc,Pal 8,,m of
Jl.000 with Interest, which Is evidenced
by notes.
TERMS: Cash as to so much as to de
fray tho expenses of this sale, including
a trustees commission of 5 per con-i
turn all back taxes or insurance, if any
pay two notes for $750, and $2&50 due
November 22, 1D14, interest on samo
from day of their maturities to day of
settlement; balance cash.
W. S. ROBINSON.
Trustee, jl
.RAITiHC
?i m m J&fX&mpJK
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway I
7:11 A.?Local?DalljS-Newport N?wt !;
7:M A.?Local?Dally?Ch'villa. Kx. Bun. ?'>
11:00 A.-S*prM?-lidtlr?NorfAlk. OKI Point 3
T*:U) A.?l<oi-al?Dally?L'chb'g. Lex., O. ?/
Fdrae. /
?12:33 Noon ? Express ? Dally ? Norfolk, Old th
Point. , . < . ..
M:00 P.?Kxprraa?Dalfjr?Norfolk. Old Point,
6:00 P.?Local?Dally-N. Old.Point. ,*/
6:1S P.?Locr.l??x. Run.. Oordonsvllle. *ir.
?5:15 P.?l.ocal?Kx. Sun.?Lynchb'gr. C. Forge
L,
?..? * ,v*>VV.?l UA. ??*???, II/UVAIU Vy. X1 VI
?J:1.0 P.?Kaprms?Dally?Cln., :J.'vl|le.
?6:40 p.?Limited?Dilly?Cln.. Ch'go.. St.
*11:00 P.?Express?Dally-Cln., Loulavlll*.
?.Sleepers. tPa-lor Cam.
TRAINS ARRIVE rtlCIlSIOND?Local frpm .
East: 10:15 A. M.. 1:10 P. M. Through frotW ' *
East: U-*> A. M., 2:40 P. M.. Ci30 r. M. Local .?
frtun Weet: S:30 A. M. "10:00 A. M. and T:40
P. M. Through: 8:?J A. M., 12:30-noon and
2:50 P. M. ?-?T
James Itlver Line: "S:2S A. M.. ?:W P. M. .
Dally. ,
?Mially except Sunday. . 5
. . r? ?
Richmond & Chesapeake Bay Railway Company vs
SCUEdULn EINFECTIVE APRIL 14.
i?l4. '??'&
Snpcr?fdlnjt Schedule of Mny 30, 191&T.V.
Train* IrkTt Rlrhmflud 13*5:30 A. II*, .
*7 A. 31., HH A. 3I? O A. 31., **10 A. M,,%.;.
II A. 31., 1 P. ."U., 2 P. M., 3 P. M.t ni;.
P. 31., 5:20 P. 211.. 9i!20 P. M., 7il0 P. M.',* '
B8 P. St., SI) P. 31.. 10 P. 9Th 11?45 P. ?tr ?'
?Praia* lenvc AMhlnnd ?5iBO A. M? H*T * "
A. M., 8 A. M., IIO A. lO A. Mi. "II.
A. 31., ?12 noon, ??! P. M? 2 P. M., 3 P.
M., 4 P. 31., n.1:lO P. 31., Oi20 P. M., 7:10
P. 8 P. .VI., 119 P. 31., SIO. P. 31., IV
| P. M.
n Carrie* bngricase. 8 SRtnrdiya only.' ?
?Dally except Sundny. ??Sunday vnlyv .
SEABOARD AIR UNB RAILWAY. " )
"Tho Progressive Railway of the Bantb.**'"3
Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich*---'
. mond daily: 9:00 A. M., Local to Norllna,.l:at^.j.
[ P. SL. sleepers and coaches. Atlanta, Blr<t,I*,
mlngham, Jacksonville; I0:4o P. M? aleeper
to Hamlet and couches to Atlar.ta and Bir
mingham; 12M3 A. M.. sleepers. Atlanta. Blr
j mlncham. Memphis. Jacksonville, Tump#'
| and coaches Jacksonville.
Northbound trains scheduled to orrlv* Ini
Richmond dally: 1:55 A. SI.. 1:00 A.- M., 5:06|
P. M., S.tH P. M.? Local. j
Norfolk & Western, Railway !
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK; *1
Schedule In Effect Slav 10. ISM. ^ J
Leave Ryrd Street Station, Richmond, FOR 1
NORFOLK: *9:00 A. M.. *3:00 P. M.. *1:10 ?!
P. SI. -
For I.YNCHBURO AND THE WEST;
t6:15 A. St.. *9:00 A. SI., ?8:00 P. hi.. ?9:20 P. Mi
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: ?ll:40 Aisx
M., *6:35 P. SI.. *11:80 P. M. From the WeoC^
?6:S0 A.M., t2:10 P. ST., |1:?0 P. SI., *6:06 P"."*
SI.. *9:00 1>. ?1. 1
?Dally. tDally except Sunday. (SundayJi
W. B. BEVILL. W. C. SAUNDER3,
P. T. SI.', Roanoke. CJ. P. A. Roanoke:"'
C. H. RQ3LEV, D. P. A.. Richmond. Va.
Ricimojf!, FredencM'e & Fotoiac \
TO UNO FROM WASH, VOTOH AND BerOVO, ?
Arrlv?
Loant Htohmoal
?5.40 A.M. nJti Si. BuJ *7,40 A.M. ByrdSLSU;"
?O.OSA.M. HklaSt.BU.
*9.20 A.M. Main SL 8U
*8.40 A.a. By rd St. Sta
>10.?S A.M. Brrd St. Sta.
>l?.0t noea Hjrd 86. Sta.
tB.OOP.I.Byrd St. Sta.
*8.60 P.*. Brrl 8?. Sta.
".ISP.X.Klb* Station.
*8.80 P.M. ByrlBt. Bta,
Rlotaioui^
J11.?? A.M. Klb?8^?!;H4.
(tI 1.86 A.M. Byrd 8t.S{?, ;
?1.10 P.O. MalaSLflta!' <
?I.I0P.1I. Bjrd SLHtS;,
*?.MP.M.
*7^0 P.M. BjTdSt.Bti; *
, *9.00 P.M. ByriSt.8t*i t
.1*10.84 P.M. Mala SI,Site.
6.11 P.M. Main SL BU>12.3K cish4Haln8t.SU.
|?lg.<0 BlglitBrrdSt-tU..
<(
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS-WEEKDAYS.
Laaro BrrA St. Sta. 4.09 P. A. far FredsilckabarB
LsaraElba Sta, 7.80 A.H.,6.80 P.M. for Aahlaal
Arrive Bjrt St. Hta. 8.26 A.M. frero FrederlebaVg
Arrly Kfba Sta. fl^O AJL,g.4t P.M. fro? A?blanl
*Dallv. fWeaidaya. j Sundays ?nly. )
All trafaa to or from Byrd Btraet Station -
at Elba. - Time o f arrival* and departure* t
?6rc*arantaed. Read tha alsaa. ,l|0
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Ry^
Ijcnve Richmond,
?a A.M. *3 P.M.
7 A. ?1. 4 I*. 11.
8 A. 31. li I*, ill.
?f) A. 31. fKMB
10 A. 31. *0 P. M.
11 A. 31. *7 P. 31.
?1SA.M. 8 P. 31.
1 P. 31. *0 P. M.
2 I'. 31. 10 P. 31.
IIP. 3f. Chester
*12 P. M. Pcterab.
?irsrr
... ^
ILrnv^a PrtcrMburj;.
*tJ?l,TA.3I. 3i.*10 P. 3r."'
0tH5 A. 31. *4:11s P. 3ISr
t7 tao a . 3i. n tan p.
*71355 A. 31. Af.Hft P. 31,..
813K A. 31. t7t0ti P. >f,
, 9i:i5 A. 31. *7t3BP.M.
*10:85 A. M. 8:3o P. aj...
11 tar. A. 31. 0*35 P. IMf.i'
12?35 P. M.*10<40P. flfif
?IjSfiP.M. ir?4ofp.M"
2i?B P. M.
Richmond & Rappahannock River
Railway Company
Dally Except _ .
? Sunday. Dally. Dally, ? z'
Lr. Richmond. 6:3') A.M. 11:30 A.Sf. 4:00 P.Aft
At. Pamunkcy. 7:?5 A.M. If:25 P.M. 4:MPMv*?
Lv.. ranjunkey. 7:30 A.SI. 13:30 P.M. 1:00 P.SI.
Ar. Richmond. 8:25 A.M. 1:25 PAL *:6S P M.. >
STEAMBOATS.
, i-rv
/i.k
ririve! (UltbcufTrouble^ ;
Independent Travel Tickets,
With Hotel Accommodation*. v
"ASK MR. BOWMAN,"
Manager TraTel Department. \f >
Richmond Trust and Savings Co., '\\;
Seventh & Main Sts., Richmond, Va, !
- ? ~rv .. .
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. Richmond, foot of A?n St. dally.7:00 P. M.
I.eave Newport News 6:00 A. M, ?
Arrlvo Norfolk 8:00 A. St.. .
Connects with main line eteamers leavlnit
Norfolk for New York dally, except Handey.*'- ?
7:W P. M. Connections also made by N. db
W. Ry., 3 P. M.. and C. & O. Ry at 4 P. MI
NlKht line steamera atop at Claremont o#
slt;nnl. and are met by publlo conveyance. ? ?
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO. James River
bv daylight for Norfolk. Old Point; Newport .
New* and alt James River landings. Monday, .
Wednesday and Friday at 6:00 A- SI. Freight
received for ull Jaoiaa River Dolnta.
All Travel Arrangements over On* *->
Counter. ' i,
American or European. ? *
Railroad, SdenmNhlp and Pnllmaa ' r
'PlckrtH, t
Baeease\ Checked, l'rvxlcab, Travelorif'
Chocks. T .?
RICUSION'n TKANSFEll C03IPAN V. i
801) Kaat 3Iala Street. r .(
Branch OlTlces: Jofferson?Murphy's'"
Richmond Hotels.
"TIME AND TROUBLE SAVERS." "
You Couldn't Get Skinny Sore With a Shot Gun
US BOYS
reclstc/rad United fit*teo Patent Office.
ffropss IT'S ALL OFF between' t
ms and* van since my pops
sended back the*) shoes h?/
p? ??
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^hell^j^v-y jv *
$ore as 7ip\^ ? fv^j
asn)68e?vivl z$$? \l s
tdc. noluVV, mr-?j) as- V>
gi)es*
fio poiun ?
toths puddle and flsh a fbu^ ?s
mope. pops [asio Vou'rg movan6ry
Didn't say ?/ with m?, are yqu ? j
^cfdw to mg ') ^?/ *
it wjould break my heart" were anything to
.happen which would- sever. our. friendship.
(aqeyoo sure your. father. did ^ot-(v\otlo/0
^qd not~ to assoc?/ate mfth me
/ apter.that shoe /n<2(dent? itlwas
> ( untactpul. of me, 8ut?^
i \ wd nopkmou) r
v/7w$ wodr. father^ \ /*>.
i was so proooj ^s. m
^ oetvr very)
*\ \a v xvsorry !, s
oh faster skinnx master skinnv;
ivje beeai looking fofc you eoefcy
jpuace 1
vwauu
kwoujm
saying ?>
illustrated
by
&5k
i was just
passin6.qy
amo thought*
i would drop
mai/
mst ? 60sh, me'
u)hy SHOULD i be
isors uaaj ole/?
[topper t; g=|
OH 60001e, goodie, 600d
te, i'm so relieved i
hen you re
mdft ? oh my i*
so thought \t}|)
vn^hml. m16ht
wwls^
from ft.m. psnta^ ? rtch^oajo, via;
^oo^uo^s slbbo so wbtx
6cwethlm<r foi? nothing !
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