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ONB fflNT A WORD. i> i _ *02!* anX^u.n*i_ LOST* FftOMTWBNtfY-FlFT'HHTRlBM car, at Skaling Rlnk, gold cyeglaases. Pleaso return to Tho Tlmes-Dlsputch offico._ #>felp_ ^E!^5_u^!?i5t. ^ WAn*TBD, fOft rU. S. ARMY; ABT,-*, bodled, unmarrled men. between agtis of 18 and 35; citUcns of the Unlted Statos, of good character and temperate hablts, who can speak, read and wrlto Engllsh. Mon want ?d now for servlce In Cuba and the Philipplnes. For Information npply to RECRUITING OFFICER, 820 East Broad. Street, Richmond, Va.; 123 Bycmnoro Streot, Petersburg, Va.; or Columbia Bullding, Granby Street. Norfolk, Va._ WANTED, FIVE FIRST-CLAt5S INSUR> ance sollcltors to sell tho best health and accldont proposltlona on the markot; good pldco for prodticers; f, call between 8 and 9 o'clock, room 210, Amerlcan Natlonal Bank Build? ing, MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE, greatest opportunity ever offered; only elght weeks requlred: wages af? ter flrst month; steady position guar? anteed graduates. Write for free cat Alogue. MOLER'S BARBER COL? LEGE, 207 Bowery, New Vork Clty. A REGISTERED PHARMACIST DE slrcs position; capable of taking charge. Address PHARMACY, 264 Bank Street, Norfolk, Va. JUSGISTERED I'ilA RMAC1ST, WITH energy, ability und Intcgrlty; wlde experience; open for positlun. Arr= dress "K1NO." care Tlmes-Dlspatcli. fclTUATlON"~WAN T ED. " 1 f ARD WARE* wholesale; oxpcrlcpcod house sale-i man or shlpplng clOrk wants fosl tlon. lf you want a inri who knows_ address SAM80N, Box 337, clty. P6.SITION~WANfj*.D" BY RiiXHSTERED -, druggist; have liad long exporlonco and can furnlsh beiit of reference. Address PHARMACIST, care Timcs Dlspatch. BrtSE "SALESMAN orT*-STOCK MAN wants house position, wh.iletf.l'o '.iil.v; experlenced. "SAUL." Box Z37, clty. WANTED, AN^XIMiRI^NCED^YOUNG woman, who thoroughly understanda hair work and manicurlng. lo take charge ot our manicurlng and halr drecslng department. Position now open; write at once; stato salary ex peeted. experience had and furnlsh references. C. H. ALMOND DP.t GOODS CO.. Lynchburg. Va. "wan'tedTwThteTWOMAN "dO~GE>T-' eral house work: small famlly; good home. Address Box P. O. 251. WANTED. POSITfON AS HOUSH. keeper. Address IIOUSEKEEPER, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. ggentd WLemttt}. AGE'sfH,^o"RifAT"ESr"^HlcLLV.R ON the market; automatlc fan for chalr; 25c. sample. B. & M. MFG. CO.. Wor cester. Maas. Postage, 10 cen11. e^oiicitori anb J&aleamen. BALESM EK VWANTBD.-*-WE ; ST ART you in candy and grocery business anywhere, or cmploy you on commis? slon or salary; experience not necea sary: exceptlonal offer for honest people. Send name and ten stamps to cover samples. METROPOLITAN CANDY CO.. Chlcago. 111. SALESMAN WANTETji EXpFrIENCE unnecessary; salary and cOmmUsion. PEERLESS CIGAR CO.. ToledO. Olilo. TEACHERS WANTED? SOUTHERN vacancles now open; $300-$1,800; at tractlve booklet free; men ln speclal demand; can place all. SOUTHERN TEACHERS' AGENCY, Columbia, S. C. _goarbtng._ WANTED, TABLE BOARDERS; ALSO back parlor for rent to two gentle men or gentleman and wife; nlce location, overlooking beautlful Gam ble Hlll Park. Call or address 318 South Thlrd Street._ i*TICE_ROOMS, WITH GOOD SERVICE; excellent. meals; for transient, $1.50 per day; one block from all car lines. ' THE LANGLEY, 609 East Franklln Street _ .Y/ANTED, PEMtfANENT AND TRAN alent boardorB at THE LURAY, 403 East Maln Street; excellent table: nlce rooms._ "WANTED. BOARDERS AND TABLE boarders; olegant rooms. wlth ! flrtt-class servlce; translents accom modated. Apply 1103 Grove Avenue. Several delightful rooms and excellent table board. 210 East Grace Street_ , EXCELLENT TABLE BOARD; ALSO cholce rooms. 109 East Franklln. 'Phone 1524. [WANTED, PERMANANT, TRANSIENT - and tablo boarders. 107 North ? Seventh Sircet._, ?WANTED. PERMANENT, TRANSIENT and table boarders. Apply 103 East Grace, m . i * ' * &?ummer pBoarfjing iftxu^^isr^ov^fR^^^Boi^s^RS1, Orange, Va., Piedmont section, three :( miles from statlon;-healthy; good spring water; cool nights; rlver on premises; bath house, prlvate dancing \] pavlllon; no invallds or children. TOrms reasonable. Address Mrs. J. A. SPICER, Orango. Va._ I.INLOCH FARM, LARGfe ROOMS, shaded grounds, pure water; conven j , ient evury way; nelghborhood al i . ready rosoit of best clty peoplo; cool, j , restful. Address AYLETT EVER* ETT, Cismont, Va._ i -t-OCEAN WAVE COTTAGE," OCEAN ? Viow, Va.; threo mlnutes' walk froni '? . hotel and arhusements; dlrect on wa V ' tor, boatlng, bathing and flshing; ex? cellent table; reasonable rates. SUCKROE BEACHTvTrGIN"ia ;"I' CAN accomiiiodate a fow moro boarders at I nly cottage; new house, Ideal loca? tion: moclern conveniences.1 Mrs. J. C. OUTTEN, Buckroe Beacli^Va. MerrTmac cottage, ocean view; Va., now opened for guests. FOi-TsAI-E, COLONIAL ESTATE, 800 aores, oest timber, paetures, water, nelghborhood; dwelllng, largo brlck, perfect rcpalr; sacrlflced at $15,000 for good reason; worth double. Al I bemarle county apple and grass farm, 3,000 trees; cholce location; $8,000. A. H- JENNINGS, Lynohburg, yq._? fARMS AND TIMBER I.ANDS AT LOW eat prices on easy terma; greatest bargatns in Virglnla. Write for eat alogue. AddroBS J. R. ELAM, Char lottesvllle, Va._? | . CooTTaCRE FARM, $"6,000; TWO GOOD houses; 100 acres rlver bottom; rall? road flve miles; church two miles; ?chool one mile; no agents. Address OWNER. caro Tlmes-Dlspatoh, foh SAU^r^'iiolcsTGmTER park lot at a bargain, TormB caah. Ad? dress Box 4-17._ ?IG BARGAINS; BARTON IIEIGHTS; good location; ten-rooni house; batli, *' eleotrlo llghts', largo lawn:. oheap; :! come quick. 'Phono 1313. CROVQ A j l jCRENSHAW, U WANT ONB CBNT A WORD. Jfioomj. for 3Rcnt TRANHIENTS, HTOP AT 1002 EAST Clay, wboro you can get a clertn, comfortable bed for 50 centa In n reflned honie, cantrul and hlsturic ne-lgliborhood. ROOMS, FURNISHED Oft UNFURN. SH> ed, Franklln, near Flrst; prlvato _._m _JJ_______j on|y* "M.," Box 337. clty. PUtWISHBD R06M_, ttOT~'WATlfliif telephone; meals servod. 700 East MarHhall, 3Real ?ej.tatr. for fcettt. HALF BROAD STREET STORE; BESr retall locallty; low rent. Address E. I'?3, car?. ___*_____________________? FOR RENT. LXkiseiDB: CaFE, AP ply to LEWIS GrNTER LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO. VIRGINIA (.EACH c3tta5bS FOR rent by month or season. MERE I'HTH & COOKE. 'Phone 7316. fteol <E*.a.? ?JSantcb. WANTED. "FARM FROM 'lO 0 ' TcT TiO acres, about sij** mlles fr'brrt Rlrh mond, wlth reasonably good houxe; valued from $5,000 to $0,000 cash. Ad? dress J, H. McADAMS, No. 4737 S.c ond Avenue, Plttsburg, Pa. R.ECEIVfeRS' SALE OF F_ NE Vn E "W ery.?For sale, at auctlon, July -_, 1908, at 11 A. M-. a fully er|iilp|.ed brcwery in a popnlous part of Bal ' tlmore clty; annual capaclty 100,000 ibarrelf,; storugo, 5.000 barrels; a stock .ln cellare*; seventeen horses; ten warr '.onH; all ready for actlve buslness. ; BALLETT II. WILSON, AUGUSTINE J. RVAN. Rec.lvera, so, 213 Courtiand Street. Baltlmore. Md. PARTNER WANT ED. WITH tlM<> capital; also experlenced creamory man and drlvcr for" dellvery; good openlng for the rlght men. CRES CKNT CREAMERY, 617 East Maln, Charlottcsvlllo, Va. FoR^ALET'cii:ea~p._m5ney maIong buslness, located on Msln Street; owner has other interests and ls com pelled to leave town. For further ln formatlon apply PETER BONINI. 617 Ea.t Marshall. G00l51.61jNTRY aTORE7sr~6CK~\yo flxtures for sale cheap; corh fortable home, most deslrable lo? catlon; on railroad. Box 30., Staun ton, Va. U?'...r,.FR' .J-A-THS, -JHINOLES, SASH, blinds. doors. Large stock; low prices. Yards and bulldlngs cover L",g.ten acres- WOODWARD & SON, Mntb and Arch. P.lchmond, Va. A~CARD?" MY TIME BEINO TO QUITE AN EX tent occupled wltli my undertaklng buslness. 1 have secured the Servlces of a No. 1 man to take eharge of tht bonrding department of my stable. I am now prepared to give cspecial at? tention to all horses lntrusted to my care, and guarantee firi/t-class ser? vlce to my patror.a. 1 have a few box stalls and severai stralght stalls vacant. My stable, 606 East Clay Street, is tentrally located and ln close proxlmlty to the business part of.the ? ity. EDWIN PHAl'P. EVEBY^DVpOSfTOR." IN~ A~BAKK Ti equaliy biititled to the greatcst secur lty and the best servlce. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH? MOND, VA., undoubtedly aftords both, and invltes accounts from all classeB needlng the facilltles of a strong. large, courteous bank. As _ gets, $9,000,0... Qrganlied Aprll. 1S65. SPECIAL "NOTICE TO 8M0k__RS:"Y6u can buy at McCOY'S, corner Eighth and Broad, for the next ten days. a genulne Imported French brlar pipe for 50c; others get .2 for tbe name; all slzos and shapes. wXnte1l~71t__^pTJbISc~to KNOW that JAHNKE BROS.. Jewelers, 912 East Main Street, buy, ?el!, exchanga and remount dlamonds ln tbe latest styles. Old gotd* and silver takan ln exohanga. CURE YOUR RHEUMATISM: RHEU MATEUR will do IL For sale by all drugglsts. TO HAVE Yli.'l. AUTO;. AND BICY~ cka repalred and keys fltted, come to 9 North Seventh Street. tfot jfeale. VALUABLE STORE PROPERTY FOR sale qulok; also nlce clean stock of goods and flxtures, situatcd ln one of the best towns ln the State; large, v.?ll-lighted store room; good llvlnf. rooms upstalrs; good garden aml sdme small frult comlng in; goo-l well water; best locatlon ln town; dolng a paylng buslness, but have beBt reasons for quick sale. Address iao. 23, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. $'.,000 nct profit ln six months. _ FOUR-HORSE POWER VERTICAL boller nnd englne, 8-horso power mounted boller and englne, 40-horse power returned tubular boller; 10x12 centre orur.k. Talbott englne. 8 1-2x12 nutomatb. Erle Clty englne; iron tanks, pumps. pulleys, shaftlngs and hangers. I. BLUFORD & CO., 153S East Cary. WANTED. TO SELL GOOD DRY goods buslness; West End; ln splen? did locallty; everythlng must be sol.l to close an estatt. exceptlonal op portunlty for rlght party. Address H .06, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. WISHING TO REflRETTOFFiSR FOR sale at reasonable prlce, my grocery business, includlng- stock and all etora flxtures; good locatlon; busl? ness brlsk. Address. L 593, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. STOOK REDUCING SALE! $75 TOP buggy. .65; $125 runabout, $100. Large stock of good vehlcles at spe? clal prices. A. MEYER'S SONS, lStr South Eighth' Streot_ "*VANT Eb7~TO SELTTaT ONCE, DIA mond rlng; 2-karat, puro whlte, per fect stone. Bargaln to quick pur chaser. Address II 411, caro Tlmes Dlspatch. FOR SALE, BUGGIES, SURREYS AND runabouts, one lnundry wagon, $100; ono Day ton wagon, $25; one surrey. $75. T. H. DUKE & CO? 801 Brook Avenue._ FO^~sXLi_7rJR"u"G STORE, GOOD BUS Ine.ss. Good reasons for selllng. W. H. MACKIMMIE, Btito and .Bank Streets. Norfolk, Va._ FOR SALE, SLACK LIME. ROCK llme, sash, blinds and doors raanu' factured. J. L. TALIAFERRO, 2016 Broad Street. DO YOtr KNOW WHAT "RHEUMA TEUR" ls? It ls a cure for rheuma tlsm. Ask your drugglst for lt. / $er_.cma-?._ EVERY OEPOSITOH .N A* BANK IS equaliy entltled to the greatest securlty ond the best servlce. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH? MOND. VA? undoubtedly aftords botn, and Invltes accounts from all cla.ses needlng the facilltles of a strong, large, courteous bank. Assets, $3,000,000.00. Qi-ganlzed Aprll, 1865. ARE YOU SUBJECT TO RHEUMATISM? Do you know that you have a remo dy at hand, one that has been man iifactured ln Rlohmond for tho laal . twenty years.. Tho name In "Rheu mateur." A trial WIU convlnce you. Ask your drugglst for lt, Manufac tured by A. QREENWALD, 500 nnd 602 West Broad. . , PARLOR SUITS. QDD CHAlRi AND couohea rccoverod and retipholatered Hke newj sllp oovers made and mat tresses renovated; for cash or on _asy payments, No oharge for estl niatea. OHARLES JURGENS'S SON. AdaniB and Broad Street*._ HUftfAN HAIR BOUOMT'AND 1SOU3, , At HUQilliiS'g, m MMJJ. JWf.'i WANTS ONE CENT A WOHD. 4H(Uttterp. CLEARANQB^SaIm*6F~~MY "eSFt!110 stock of mllllnrry, trlmmed un.l tin Irlmmed hats foi* tho bnlance of tho siiniiiinr season; speclal reiltit-t.'on on nll of my reudy to wear irurmenfs Mrs. JULIU8 BEAR, 1123 East Maln Street. R'I01?UCTION SALE ON' MILLINERY nnd ready-to-wenr garments now go? ing on at Mrs. JULIU& BEAR'S, 1123 East Maln Street Coal anb tg&oob. DON'T BE HUMBUGdED. LONOBR. 'Phono us for prlces on all Klnds of fue|. We'v,i got the best to bo had, and only nak a trinl order to demon strate lt. QUARLKS & WINGFIELD, Seventeenth and Washlngton. 'Phone 1082. FURNITURe" WANTEDr. HIG-HKST cash prlce paid for furnlture, carpets, <t*c. if you want to tell. 'phone 1908._ WANTED, TO BUY, HOUSEHOLD goods in any quantlty. Call 'phone 3851. iflts'cellaneous. PROKESSIONAL INSTRUCTION IN MATHEMATICS and ancient Ianguages offered by two young men of expert knowlcdgo and experience in tenchlng to stu? dent* deslrlng to meet collego en 'trance ,-e.iulrements. Address F 733, care Tlmes-Dlspatch._ UPIIOLSTEr.ING. PARLOR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS AND couches recovercd and reupholstered like new; sllp covers made and mat tressos renovated for cash or on easy payments. No charge for estl m.ites. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON, Adams i.nd Broad Streets1. DUSTLESS SWEEPLSG. 'WESTPACO" SWEEPINO COMPOUND wlll be found very useful in store*, offlces, churches and resldences as lt prevents dust from rlslng and brlghtens the carpots. mattings, floors. THE WESTOVER PAPER CO.. Richmond. Va. ACCOUNTANTS' COMPANY. 'PHONE 2902. P. O. Box 832. Books kept on monthly contract. Audlts, examl natlons and advlce. System devised and lnstalled. ' FLORIST. CUT FLOWERS, CARNATIONS. PEO nles. roses, reduced prlces. Funeral deslgns. $1 to $3._M. A. WHITTY. ~~RED~BASKETrJEVILED CRAB& ALWAYS GET THEM FROM THE RED basket; fresh every day. Call COLE? MAN. 'Phone CS97. AWNINGS. CALL ON COPELAND FOR AWNINGS. flags and tents. 'Phone 2576, 108 North Ninth Street. BtJCHANAN'S'scllOOL OPEN ALL SUMMER. PRIVATE LES sons; flne opportunity. 908 East Clay._ pTanama HATTERS. PANAMA AND STRAW HATS CLEAN ed, bleached, blocked. retrlmmed; latest style. THE AMERICAN HAT CO.. Factory 404 East Marshall. UPHOLSTERING ANlT"MATTRESSES. LEVY MAKES SLIP COVERS. RE palrs and pollshes furnlture. 'Phone 1036. 425 West Broad. jttgaj^btice^. n'otice^to TAXPAYERS. Offlce of Collector of City Taxes, C.ty Hall, Richmond, /a. THIS OFFICE WILL BE '.'.'.?lADYTO P.ECEIVE ALL OR ONE-I-AI.r' OF C'TY TAXES. REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL, FOR THE YEAR I30S, ON JUNE 15TH. THE WHOLE TAX IS DO'VJ, but. the oidmance provldes that one-half may be pald in June and the remalning half ln December. Fallure to pav all or ono-half in June incurs a penalt.v->bf 6 per cent. on the whole amount, which Is due at once, and if not pald before &TPTEMBER 1ST the Colle'.'or is i e quired to levy; wlth ^6sts addeS. This notice embraces tlio ao-iaxe-l district. ALL MALES 21 yjars of ago, ."> CL PERSONS (MALE OR FEMALE) who own p.-rsonal property, or ho'.n per? sonal property as ?TlJuciu.ry, and rll p-.rt>es conductlng buslneis ln the city of Richmond (of whatever nature) are 0fs?s?id, and wlll please call and f-et tle, so as to avold dellnqueney. ORADING. PAVING, PIPE AND 3EWER CONNECTION BILLS are pay ablo In the samo manner as Taxes, and at the same tlme. GIVE NAME IN WHICH PROPER rY STANDS, and see that you get all your bllls. Thls being the only ootlco provldod for by law, please glve it prompt at? tentlon, as under the new ordinance 5 per cent. penalty will have to be added to the whole blll after June 30th. F. W. CUNNINGHAM, Collector of Clty Taxes. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF~THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA: Seaboard Air Line Railwa,, vs. Tho Continontal Trust Company, Trus tee, and rhe Continental Trust Company, Trus toe, vs. Seaboard Air Line Railway et als. CONSOL1DATED CAUSES. Creditors are hereby notlfled that the tlme for presenting thelr claims to me, as provided by tlio previous do cre.es wliereof notice has already been given, has bOon extended from Juno 1, 1908, to August 1. 1908, by a decree entered in said cause on Juno 13. 1908. Speclal attentlon is called to the fact tliat thls decree also provldes that per? sons holdlng claims who fall or neg lect to fllo them with me on or before August 7, 1908, shall be barred and precluded from asserting any clnlm, llen or other right of payment against tlio corporato property or frnnchlsc of the Seaboard Air Line Rallway in the custody of the court, anil shall not be lncluded ln any dlstrlbutlon of the proceeds of sale or the Income from said property. ROBT. M. HVGHES, Spoclul Master. gtlanttc Citp JJeto 3Jer?fe_? ELBERON AND FIREPROOF ANNEX Tenneaaea Av. near Beach, opp. Protostant and Catholic Churcheu, central location. New throughout. f.Hii?ii?_? water and pkonea in rooma, prlvato baths, metalbeds. Suponor table./reaft vegetables. white sarvlce. Booklet. Spac. rates S8 to $17.60 weekly,$1.50 to$3 d aily. R. B. LUDY. M. D. !IF'fip|NGTO'ATLANTIO'CITY;-Ni-d. sendJfor sruide with city map, glvliu? rates. and locsMin of hotele, Froo dlstrlbutlon by k/lNFORMATION BUREAU\ ?lO.S. New.York Ave., Atlantlo Clty. N.Ji Blue Ridge Springs, VIRGINIA. a?UUi.*. BKOWN. I'lour, jfecfjoo.*-.. tHE BLACKSTdNlSSGlaOOL .FOftGIRLS since IS_ 4 glvon "Tlioroimh Instrurllon lindor rosltlvaly Clirlstlnn Infltifnces at thn I,?w?st l'omlbln .,'nnt." RBSULTl It la to dny. wlth lt* faei-.lty of .*!_, ln stud<-nt body of 10.1, and Its plant worth J 1_.",,000. LoISrn., Training. School !$$:!? fl.. pay? nll eharijea for the year, Inclu.l Intr (able boar.l an.l tultion !n all snbjects (?xc?pt muslc and nlociitlon. S<-n.l for cat'? loituft ftnd appllcntlon bl?nl(. JAMEfi CAN? NON. .Ir.. Ht.-A., Princlpal. Blnchsione, Vn. 18.4. 1908 Woman's Collej niCHMOND, VA., one of the great schools of tho South for tho hlgher educatlon of young ivomc-n. Large and able f-icultles, tralned ln tlifc best schools and con servatorles of thls country and Europo. Best advnntages at modenito rates. Early applicatlon Important. Apply for catalogue to JAMES. NEbSOX, M. A., LL. D., _ Presldenf. McGuire's University School, Opp. Monroe Fark, Itlchmond, Va. Forty-fourth scsulon, September 18, 100S, to June 18, 1303. Prepares boys for the Unlverslty of Vlr-tlnlft. for all other unlver slties and colles__s. and tor U. S. Naval and Mliltary Academle*. Primary department for little boys. Nlne months sesslon. Full corps of unlverslty men. Gyinnnjili-m. Flltared water. Catalogue at bookstore ancl by mall upon applicatlon. JOHN P. McOUinE, JP... Prlnclpul. EDICAL SOLLECE , Ojf ViRcrNiA Medtclne, Dentiitry.Pharmacy F-T._tr._ril S?ifioi he.lnlS'pt 1.'.. IfOt Or?.c_ fir-t-.l-i. br iha im-ric-a !?'.'.? eal ii?nrl*tl_a on th.rer.rdaf Iti _r_4u >l_f. Cll<n-.a_aInt>.l<T_>. Ll.i_.-ip.B-<!S low. lVrtts .ort..m. aad e-UIafua K C.rlrtip.irIw?.l.j,_l.l^.iii,i't.aii..Ti. Nolley's School for Boys 107 NORTH PINE. OPENS WEDNEHDAY. .SEITF.jri.ER 23. Prepares boys for the Unlverslty and Colleges. Well llghted and ventllated. Patent desks and other modern improvemen_B. Gymnasiura. Flltered water. Catalogues jv bockstores and Hatcher's Drus Store. For further lnformatlon apply to O. M. NOLLEY, Ashland, Va. Buckroe*? Beach Hotel THE coolcst, most restful and thoroughly dellghtful ho? tel on the beach. It ls rlght on tha beach. The table is furnished wlth the best, and all convenlences are offered. Wrlte for full information to J. V. BICKFORD, Mgr., Buckroe Beach, Va ?sSHHEHBEflBUHB Buffalo Lithia Springs Hotel Owned and Operated by Buffalo Lithia Springs Water Company. Buffalo Lithia Springs, Virginia. Thls well-knon-n health, resort, altuated on the Southern rallway. llfty-flve mlles from Danvllle, Va., and one hundred anil ilfty-one mlles frorn Norfolk, will open for gu.sts June 15th. Comfortably appolnted hotel and cottages, v..!l--haded lawn, extenslvo verandas, muslc, good llvery. For rates and further partlcu? lara, address A. XV. ARCHER, Manager. Buffalo Lithia Springs. Va. Rockbridge Alum Springs. ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, VA. Open June 22, 1908. Greatly lmproved, thoroughly renovated and under new management. \ Wrlte for speclal rates. 3. XV. BELL, Manager. Healing Springs Hotel, Healin-c Sprlnjrs, Bath Co., Vn. A dellghtful summer home. For rates. etc, apply to TV. HOWARD McCLINTIC, _t.anaf.er, _ Healing Springs. Va. AFTON. VA. Afton House OPEN JUNE 1ST. The elevatlon is commandlng. and tha acenery Is unsurpnssed by any ln the Bljn Rldgo or ? Alleghnny Mountains for beauty and grandeur. No dew. Address JAS. R. GOODLOE. Virginia Beach, Va. FEKEDEE HOTEL, NEW I"N 1007. Best accommodatlons on the beach. Low prices. All outslde rooms. Pronta dlrectly on tho Atlantlc. Writo for Booklet. VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, Randoiph Cottage .$U*<tf*?&2 JUNE 25th SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY. MRS. B. B. JONES. MRS. XV. C. KERAN, MRS. J. POWELL WATSON. The Blue Mountain House The Queen l.esort of tha Blue Ridge. NOW OPEN. Elevatlon, _,_0_ feet: unobstructod vlew of tho world-famod Cum berland and Shenandoah Valleys; prlvato baths; electrlo llnlits, tolephones, hot und cold water In rooms. Roflned patronaare. All amusements, bowllng. boating, etc. Llvory and gariiKO attached. Far rates, booklet., etc, apply BOND & OIBBONS. Western Maryland Tlcket Offlce, Baltlmore. Md. 0RKNEY SPRINGS ...AND BATHS... OPEN JUXB 1, 11)08, Undor Now Management. Rates $1.00 to l.'-.OO per day. Send for booklet. II. O. CARTRU, Proprletor, Orkney Springs, Va. The Greenwood House Rlohmond's nearo-t and most convenient tiiountaln resort. Terms reasonublo. Aii dres. ' TBH ai.t.BN'tVOOP HOUSE, \ SOCIAL and PERSONAL ACONOENLVL party mado up o Mrs, James E. Cannon, he' mother, Mrs. Jamcn Q, Harvle her niint and couslns, Mla: Martha Harvle, Miss Llcsa B Archer and Miss Adellnn W. Chaffln accompanled by Miss Botty Johnsoi nnd Mlsa Susio F. Bolton, wlll sall 01 Saturday to spend som*. months abroa nnd add to tho largo number of RIcli motirl people who already aro on th< othor slde of the water for thc sum mer. Mrs. Cannon. who has spen Kcveral previous summers ln Europe wlll conduct the party. By thn Kroonland on Saturday Mlsi Katherlne HaWes'S party, IhcludftTg her two step-hrothers, Messrs. J. M nnd F. M. FlttK, Miss M. Constancr Evans, daughter of thc Rev. and Mrs W, E. Evans. of Blrminghanr. Aia., aml Miss S. R. Maredlth, wlll sall to toul the Brltlsh Isles nnd tho Contineni untll tho auttinin. Some of those who went abroad earlj In the spring are. dtie to return Ir August and Septemhnr. Mlsa Avlf Orant's party wlll reach Now York or August 10th. and Mr. and Mrs. Johr S. Mtincc are cxpocted early ln tiu autumn. At the Pln*n. /* A Richmond party reglstered nt th* Plaza irotel, New York, Includes Mr nnd Mrs. J. Rlce Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Borden, Mr. George XV. Stevons Mr. William H. White and Mr. W. D. Duke. Scluiildt?K <?*,*?. The wedding of Miss Patillne Jose* phlne Koss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Koss, to Mr. Albert Jullus Schnyilt, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Julluj Schmidt. wll) be celebrated to-morrow evening at 6:30 o'clock In the Flrst Engllsh Evangellcal Lutheran Church the Rev. J. J. Scherer, Jr.. offlclatlng. The muslc wlll he dlrected by Mi*f E. May Greenor, and the wedding march wlll be sung by the cholr. Mlas Ma mle Koss wlll bc mald of honor, and Mr. James Lewls Frazier the bost man Other attendants will be Messrs Charles Wr. Frazier. Frederlck Poohlor William Schmidt and Walter Acree. A receptlon wlll be tendered to the brldnl party to-nlght at the home ol the brlde, on Chestnut HUL The hon eymoon wlll be spent in Washlngton and Baltlmore. Chewning? Watkta*. The wedding of Miss Martha Lols Watkins, of Mldlothian. to Mr. Winfrec Chewning, of Ashland, wlll be cele? brated on Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. m Bethel Baptist Church. Ches tertleld county, the Rev. R. H. Wlnfree offlclatlng. The attendants wlll include the maids of honor, Miss Eva Whlte. of New York, and Miss Nevillc Watkins, the brida's slstdr: Mr. Dan Ellis, of Ashland. bclit maa: Messrs. Hunter Martln, of Rich? mond; Jack Chewning and Edwin Vaughan, of Ashland; Klrk Watkins, of Nelwood: Ben Watkins and John Watkins, brothers of the brlde. Yittle Mlsses Virglnla and Alice Wat? kins, sister and cousin of the brlde, wlll bear the ribbons. an.l Master How? ard J3aker. of Hallsboro. the rlng. A recoption wlll be glven to the hrl dfil party and guests from a distance In the home- of tlie bride's parents, Mr nnd Mrs. J. B. Watkins, of Mldlothian Afterward the brlde and groom wlll go North for a-wedding trip. Sweeney?floblnaou. The Wllliamsburg (Jlazette says: "Mr. Henry Mcrcer Sweeney: Jr. and Miss Margaret Virginia Robinsor announce their marriage to take plac< Wednesday,. July lst, in Richmond. "Mr. Sweeney. is a son of Mr. and Mrs.' H. M.- Sweeney, and is a well kno<yn young farmer. ? "The brlde-to-bo Is a popular attend ant at the Eastern State Hospital." Pernnnal JJcntlou. Cadet Thomas Jonathan Jackson Christlan. of West Polnt, N. Y., is the guest of his cousin. Mr. James Branch Cabell, at No. 1509 Grove Avenue. Mr. Austln Smith spent the week end wlth hls mother and sister. Mrs. Austln Smith, and Miss Bessie Smith, at No. 215 East Franklln Street. leav? lng last night for Middletown, Ohlo. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Moncure and chlldren expect to spend the summer at Rockbridge Baths. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orgaln, their little daughter. Sue, and Master D6 pont Gelzer left on Saturday for Bruns wlck Inn. Waynosboro. where they will remaln until the autumn. Mrs. Cary Glasgow McCormick and Miss Ellen Glasgow have returned from a short vlslt to Mrs. Clayton G. Coleman and the. Mlsses Coleman, v-t thelr country. home near Buckner's Statlon. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley D. 'w'hlteliead and children will spend several weeks at the Arllngton Cottage, Virginia Beach. Mlsses Nonnle and May Davls aro vlsltlng relatives near Scottsvllle, ln Albemarle county. Mrs. Isaac H. Carrington and Miss Mary Coles Carrington are sponding some tlme at Blue RIdge Springs. Mrs. Cunnlngham Hall and little son andi Mr. and Mrs. Qhurchlll Young are spending Juno at BuJkroo Beach. * Mrs. Andrew J. Montague and fam? ily wlll go for the midsumnier months to Saluda, in Middlescx county, tho homo of Mrs. uiontague's mother and sister. Hon. John D. Eggleston, Jr., and famlly are spondliiK tho summer at thelr country place, near Farmvllle. General nnd Mrs. William Ruflln Cox aro at thelr country plantatlon in North Carolina. Miss Efflo Branch. who has been spending* somo months abroad with Ice Cream Quality There is Ice Cream and Ice Cream, but you need have no fears or doubts if we have your order. The quality will be sure to please you. lt ought to. for sixteen years' experience in Ice Cream making has taught us many things that you get the advan? tage of when you buy from us. Moesta Ice Cream Co. 2507 East Broad Street. Phone 7244. S\ iSEDTHFWORLlSaVER timfmdU TRIED ITP hor sister. Mrs. Arthur Glasgow, of London, has returncd. Miss Bell Perklns will attend the marriage of Mlsa Kato Mnsslo Ryan to Mr, James Smith Barron, s'cheduled to take place ln Norfolk to-morrow. Miss G-we.ndolyn Rutherfoord, who was a student at St. Mary'g, Burllng ton, N. J.. durlng thc past year, has returned home. Jlrynnl?Zlmmcrninn. A Speclal lo The Tlmis-Dlspntcli.l FOLK, June 21.?The marriage of Miss Llzzle Virglnla Bryant and Christlan Josoph Zlmmorman, both of South Norfolk, which took plnco in Ell/.abeth Clty. N. C, Thursday. has just been announced. Rev. Dr. Stone. pastor of tho Bap llBt Cliurcb o_ that placo, performed! tho ceremony, and they returned on the afternoon of tlio samo day to South Norfolki TJie brlde Ik, a daughtor of S. P. Bryant, of Tunls^N. C, and tho groom ls the son of F. W. Zlramermihi. of tho firm of Davidson _"_ Zimmerman, South Norfolk. and foreman in tho fac? tory. Both aro well known and popu? lar. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman will rc ..fde wltli the Rroom'. parents, ln Campostella Helgiits. : Vaccination and Disease (Written for The Tlmes-Dispatch.) Variola, smallpox, Is an acute. Infec tlous disease, charnctsrized by a gen? eral eruption and conititutlonal manl festatlOns. lt ls aupposed to have ori glnatad n Africa ln prehlstorlc tlme*. It besleged the Abysslnlan armv ln Mecca Ir. 571. and from there lt spread over the cntlre Eastern Europe. By the yenr 1800 smallpox had beconic an cpldeiuic throughout Europe. Betwoon 1686 and 16S7 there were numerous out breuks ln Germany and Frnnce, which numbered their vlctlms by the tens of thousand?. From Utii to 1800 thero dled In the clty of London an average of over 2,00,1 persons yoarly from small? pox. In Kngland, itimordlng to the cal culation of Dr. Lottson, the avorage d^ath rate from smallpox alone wa.-j :i,000 out of every mllllou of the popu? latlon?a death rate which on the pres? ent populatlon of England wouul glrn an average of nearly 80,000 deaths from smallpox alone. lt ls cstlmated that between 1700 and 1S00 an average of 600,000 persons dled yearl_> from small? pox throughout the world. It remalned for Jenner, an Engllsh praotftioner, to glve to the world ln 1798, hls discovery of the prcvention Of th*- disease by vaccination. THe Parllnment of England teatlffed to lhe power ot this mensure hy votlng him J50.000 in 1802 nnd $100,000 In 1807. to carry on furthor his Investlsations. Thomas Jefferscn, writing-from Monti cello, Vn., May 11, 1S0G. to Jenner, says ln part: "Medicine has never beforcI produced .any slngle Improvement of such utllily. You havc erased from. ^the calendar of iiuman aflMctions ono *of Its greatest scourges." Jenner was led t.i thla development by a tradltlo-i belleve.! near his. home in Gloucester shire by the country folk.x that persons who ae?|.-ired tlie cowpo'i bv mllkinfr cows affected wlth the disease wore safe fr?m smallpox. It was on this pre snmplfnn that Jenner commenced his i ? searches-". Muman vlrus Is not s.? good as vacclne vlrua o:i account of ll.e posslble contamlnation by disease of which the tium-tn body Is helr. Cows, therefore, are inoculatcd wlth cowpox. and the vlrus obtained from these veslcles is now used for vacci? nation. Should the present ."atrains" die out, lt Is possible to develop cow? pox In the cow by lnoculatlon with smallpox msterlal from a human sub Ject; otherwise tlie practical dlsappear ance of cowpox would be a serious matter, should the present "strains" be come exhausted..-, Infants of nny age may'-bo vacci nated?tour to slx months of age. .The best place for vaccination is the thigh or arm. Tlie place choson ls carafi liy clcnnsed. and a flne needle scarlfles the skln nnd thc glycerlnated sterlle vac? clne vlrus is rubbed In In the small area and a protectlve dresslng applled. At times, most rarcly by mlxed lnfec tlon, there is inflammatlon of the arm, v.-hlch is readily amenablo to antlsep tic dresslng. A good scar Is one which Is round or oval, below the level of the skln, pittad, and looks as If It had been stamped ln the skln. Revacclna tion should be practlced about every slx or seven years. Opjiiu-ltlnn tn \ ncclunlluii. The Dangers of Vaccination.?Volght reports 2,275,000 vacclnatlons ln Ger? many, with a total of thirty-flve deaths. Recently iio reports 100.000 vacclna? tlons, with but one death. Hodgetts reports 10,000 vacclnatior.s done in the Provlnce of Onturio, Canada, without a death. Here ln thls clty of Rich? mond, Va., .15,000 people wero vaccl nnted by order of the Board of Health. There was not a death from vaccina? tion nor a case ot sovero compllcatlon. such as eryslpelas or blood-polsonlng or mlxed lnfectlon of the arm. requir lng operation or amputatlon. Thls vac? cination was done by thc clty phy*5l cians. When we regard that the sys? tem Is Inoculatcd wlth a vlrus whoso potency ls so great ns to Immunlze the patient from tho ravages of such a scourge as smallpox, naturally thc re? ceptlon of thls vlrus into the systern must be attended by constitutlonal phenoniena. Tho nnll-vaccination author, whose pnpe-r wo aro now ar.swerlng, expressos the Irrntionai method of glving to the chlld and adult tho same dose. Do a small shrtih and a largo oak troe take up tlie sanio amount ot' nourlsh merit? Do tha lungs of an Infant and those of an adult rcqulrc the satno amount of oxygen? Do a small spongo and ono twenty times as large, When dropped in tho water, absorb thc same amount'.' The antl-vacclnatto.n paper further states that vaccination ia not carrled out ln the clty of Lolees ter, England, but the writor happens to tind ln a system of medicine edlted by Thomas Cllfford Allbutt In volume 3 tliat In Leiceslor, England, vaccination Is carrled out, nnd among,tho 184,000 populatlon durlng tha years IS93 an.l 1893 there wero 357 cases of .smallpox. wlth twonty-one deaths, of which 19!> were vaccinatcd, with two deaths, and 111 ware unvncclnated, wlth twonty two deuths. Thls seems at varlanoe with tho alntement ho makes that "Letcester can well afford to be happy, havlng practlcally bantshed smallpox cntlrely and reduced its death rata by abandonlng- the practlce of vaccina? tion." It Isalso held hy thosa opposod to vac? cination that li Im useless. The.MInlster of War in Franco in 1S90 says: "I can? not forget tliat ln 1870 and 1871 the German army, countlng a milllon, vac cinaled and revnecinated men, and only lost 459 men from smallpox ln the two years, whereas our army, far less num? erous, had from tho same causo a loss of 23.400 men, many of whom the pros clent appllcation of vaccination mlght havo saved for the servlce of France.'' ln Prussla, betwoon the years 1847 and 1873. vaccination was voluntary. and only a small part of tho populatlon was vaccinatcd. Durlng theso years there died cf smallpox an average of 42.1 per cent. persons por year per each 100,000 of tho populatlon. ln 1S73 .i conipitlsory vaccination law wns passed r,nd enforced, and from 1871 to 1901 there died of smallpox a yearly average of 1.3 per ccnt. ?persons per each 100, 000 of populatlon. Roughly estlmnted. deaths from imallpox wore forty times more freouent beforo than aftor vacci? nation beoamo compulsory. Accordlng to tho reports of tho Brltlsh Royal Vaccination Coninilsslon, ln 8,714 cases of vaccination, thoro was a mortality of 5 por cent. In 2,321 cuses of un vncclnatod, thoro was a mortality of SS'por cont. Thls seems to tho writer to bo sufllclently ovldont to roqulro no further omphasls. It ls also held by the nntl-vaeelna tlonist that lt is an invnston of tho tlghts of the liyllvldiml. Thla may b.i grantod lf the Indlvidual lives ulono and does nut come in coptaot wlth anv other hunmn belng, but. since ho does, lt ls tho prcro?ativ? au^ duty of hoaltp, I'canls jto look out for and protect the i health of tlie cammunlty. If vacclna tion lnimunl-.es, then lt is a prophy llactic meaaure; tlgures sltow that it I does Immurl.e. It Is also stated by the anti-r.icclnationlst that doctors |iavor it for the feo they get out of I it. In in_.T-.er to this statement, we beg to stata that in evory clty vaccl iii.tlon la (tone by the health depart? ment at no expense to the patienc, and in rupfl dlstrlcts lt Is carrled out nt the erfpenso of the State. and we beg further tc emphaslze tliat prophy Inctlc iin-1 preventlve measures agalnst disease ar-_ not as remuneratlvc as prevalenco of dUease. In conclusion, the wrttcr trusts thnt this very abbrevtated reply to the-ant! vaccfnatlor.iits will be worthy of thelr ccnslderatl-ni and bear frult It Is too abbrevlat-.d to go deeply Into the sub? ject. but slmply.. calls attention to soiao of the moro sallcnt and Irrefut ablF facts .md tlgures, whlcli are cer t'.ilnly unanswerablc _ VACCINATION. FOR NATIONAL RIFLE MATCHES The Stntc of OIilo ".lakci- Elabnrate Ar rnnicenients for Shoot cr*. WASHINGTON, June 21.-?The Stata of Ohlo is maklng elaborate prepara tlons to entertaln the crack mllltary shots of tlie Unlted States at the na I tional matehes ih August the more so "as lt will probably be somo years be? fore the matehes are agaln held on the Camp Perry range. There will be. almost a thousand team members and substltutes ln attendance on tlie na? tional team match alone, representlng almost every State and Terrltory and all branches of the regular servlce. together wlth a team from the army ln Cuba. There will probabily be SOO entries In the natlotiul indivldual rlfle match and half as many or more ln tha na? tional ptstol match. In addltlon, there Will be hundreds of marksmen who are Inellglble for these matehes but who will contest In the matehes ot the Na? tional Rlfle Assoclatlon and the Qhlo State Rlfle Association shot durlng the preceding two weeks.. Approxlmately 100 army offlcers .will be detalle-d to supervlse the national matehes, together wltli a reglmerit of regulars" to act ns markers and scorers. The State has purchasod slxty-slx acres of addltionai ground to the west of the range. whlch will admit of firlng at all ranges from a common lirlng point. Tho now 1,000-yard butt will be 800 feet long, of reenforced concrcte and equipped wlth telephone connec tions, buzzers, etc. JuBt north of the railroad terminals a now mess hall is belng constructed. It will be 76x172 feet, two storles in height, wlth an extenslon for the kltchen. The upper story will pro? vlde a large drlll hall wlthout plllars. This building will also be of re? enforced concrcte. On the lower floor L000 men can be messed at one time. For tlie national matehes Congress made a speclal appropriatlon of $12, 000 to provldo for the messing of the competitors. which mess will be con ducted by the army. The Improvements wlli cost the State about .35.000, in addition to the cost of tlie addltionai ground. In July tha Second Infantry will be at Camp Perry for quallflcation of its men. and will probably be deslgnated to remaln dur? lng the matehes in August. .- 1 ; ALL DEMOCRATS IN GEORGIA. Bepubllcnnsi "WJU Not Put Up CandU (Itiie for Governor. ATLANTA, GA., June 21.?To ratlfy the cholce of the recent Democratic Stato primary for odleers 011 the State tlcket, and to select delegates to tlie National Democratic Convention, dele? gates from all parts of Georgia -will assemble In thls clty Tuesday at noon. There will be few or no contests ac? cording to present indicatlons, for un? der the nsago the leaders _:i tlie va? rious countles favorablo to the State candidate for Governor are pexmitted to choose delegates to the State con? vention. No other party ln the State noml nates a tlcket, so that after adjourn ment Tuesday lt Is slmply for Gover? nor Smith to flnlsh his two-years Uerm, explrlng in June 1009, aud step down wlth the other defeated primary can? didates to allow the followers of Jos? eph M. Brown, who won the governerr Blllp in tlie prlmarles, to tako up th? relns of government ln tho State for two yeara at ea.-t. The soap one finds in most hotels and sleep 1 ing cars is?-the kind one finds in most sleeping cars and hotels. Highly scented? Yes,' Colored? Of course. But you need not usa jc, if, before leavjng home, you have had th? fore-thought to slip a half cake of Ivory Soap in your toilet case. Ivory Soap 9944.^ per 0_-.,t. Pure.