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ONE CENT.PER WORD when paid in advance. No Ad. taken for less .than TEN CENTS. NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TVVENTV-FIVE CENTS when phoned in or charged at the counter. FOR BUSINESS CQNTRACTS Phone Monroe 1 for the WANT AD. MAN tocall. ?bar.?the PiNDisn-d.1 bcarf pjn; loekct Inslde, inonogrnni O, E. 11., wlll recelve- llberul roward by re turnlng Htunc to GORDON MOTOR COMPANY; 10S1 W. Broad, or Phone 7150, and sinne wlll bc called for. LOST, WKONiiMUAV A1 'TEl tNtK \jT, ? ludy's ' jfold Avntch aniL fob, Initlul "11." on case. Iteward lt returned to 602 AV>Ht Cary. LOST, LAST ' hATURlJAY, UKTWKKN Academy of Music and Murphy'.? Hotel. one pcarl crcscont. ' Iteward If returned to .15 K. Flrst, or Box Olfloe, Academy. -7ds"'T\_EiWri_Tt on Laurel Xxu Main Street rar or Grove Avenue, or on West Mnln .Street, small black onyx pln. wlth sold band. Sultablo rcward lf returned to -100 Allen Ave? nue. lost, maitcTi 8. soTdT5^<VLD~7iand engraved belt pln, between C. & O. Stutlon and Mlller & RhoadK, or ln same. Iteward If returned to W. T, I)., care L.dgcr-Disputch Ofllce, Nor? folk. \'a. #eip (waanteij, _ftiaie? XVAS'fEDrAltlA^^^^xtAPmSR wh0 understands genoral offlce work. Must bo tactful and well educated; permanent posltlon. State experl? ence and ralary cxpocted. Apply D 48?5, care Times-Dispatch. LE A UN SA U_:SisiAN_Tl It'; EARN 11.000 to ti'.OOU per yuar; we furnlHh -tudents posltlons Avhero they can *am 1100 per rnonth Avhlle studylng. PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF SALES _MANSMIP. New Haven. Conn._ oovwit.N->i_Jnt tiSTfEoyT-w wanted ?AVrlte for Richmond examlnatlon -chcdule; t jparatlon free. FRANK? LIN INfcJTITUTK, Dept. 363 M-. lio chester, N. Y. av a nt iTdTtwo OFFICE MKX, AVftTf^ itig good hands; also male stenogra? pher, to comblne dutles of stcnogrn Phcr and clerk; must wrlte good; answer ln own handwrltlng. Address _L *.-. care Tlmes-Dlspatch. AVANTED, ~7T~GOOD iJAItUER. __~3 XV. Cary. corncr Cherry. A COMPCTENT, "EXPERIENCED MAN to run refrlgeratlng machlne: apply at once at our plant. Peteraburg, A'a. SOUTHERN 1'UOVISION, STOttAGE _& PACK1NO C0? INC. MEN WANTED ~QlJIc.rU7v~lf'? BIG Chlrago mail oraer house to dlstrl bute cfctalogue.x, advertlse; 1-1 week? ly; |5o expense allowance. MAN _AO.ER.l--l State St.. Chlcago. H1GU-.CLA&U, E-dl'EiRIKKCBp SALES ni.'iii to sell Brov.'n &-. r.lgelow calen dars ln Eastern Vlrsrmla; AVrlte .1. M. SAUNDERS. E'L: >:-rn Sales Mati ager, 'i'j East .ith St., New Vork City._ aT'AVFeD, M~EN~T'0 LEARN BARBER trade; only short tlme rcqulred; Avagc- attcr flrct month; steady po idtlon guaranteed; wrlte for cata logue. MOLERS BARBER COL? LEGE, 207 Bowery, New york Clty. AVANTED, MALE STENOGRAPHER. at once; mu?it be rapld and accu ratc; hard work; don't want begln ncrjv Call U'oo.E,. cary.__. .... \\'AN'.ED.~~A. MAN AS FARM HELP; handy wlth machlntry; good Avagea for the right man. O. J. COCK.i-8, Elberon, Va. AVA~NTKuT-UL-NO MAN ACQUAINTEU wlth. the Avrappiug paper trade iu ltietnnond and vlcinlty to rcpresent large New york johblng house, state experlence and condltlons. Address G 577, care Tlmes-Dlspntcn. WANTED. AT ONCE. A~KEGISTEKi-L? asslstant pharmaclst or good unreg Istercd inan; none but tlio best ti-__ a*ply; good salary for the ngnt man, Address G 571', care Tlmes Dlspatch. _._ AVANTED. AT CURLS NECK FAHll" COTMAN. A'A.. STABLE FOREM.AN, MARRIED. HEALTH Y, SOME EX PER1ENCE AVITH TEAMS. FEED 1NG AND CAIUNG FOR SAME; MUST BE A AVORKEP. HIM.iELF SOBER AND GOOD CHARACTEH; MUST COME TO FARM. SEE MAN? AGER; NO ATTENTION TO LET TEHS ANSAVERING T111S AD. MAN AGER._ AVANTED, BY A LARGE CORFOKa tlon, experienced clerk on pay roll, capabfe of developlng Into a clct'k 1'iuullfled for further iiromotloti: sal? ary, ?B0 per munth. Address J 654, care Tlmes-Dlspatch^_. AVAN'fEDT^VllITE UAllBElf ?l_" _??__!t week guaranteed. M. U PROCIbE, Blaekstone. Va-_ l-OVS AVANTED; GOOD AVAGES. AP ply 6;1D A. M. and 5 P. M.. AMERI? CAN 'GLASS WORKS. Hospltal and Mlll Streots. ?uuations <w_iantcD, itiaic.^ ?r?lOKUUGH Lv'l-SpEPvl1_NUED"BO'OK^ keoper, now employed, Avants to mako a change. Address J U5-, caro Tlmes-Disputch. WANTED, POSITION BY COLOltED chaufteur; one year's experlence. 3S19 Slxth Street, Fulton. AVANTED, POSITION IN DRUO STORE by young marrled man, Avlth three ' years' experlence.. Address AV. C. McLEOD, caro Davls Hotel. Wanted, situation as en,gineer| can furnish best of references. Ad? dress. D.' D. DOLL1NS, Charlotte vllle, Va._... DRTJG CLERK,, UNREGISTERED, Dl_ slres posltlon as asslstant; fH*e years' experlence; goou rererence. Address F. A. U, U2ia Chestnut Ave., Newport Noavs, .-Va._ r ? .,..?.. "JoUNO LADIES AND GlttLo DEolR lng posltlons with pleasant sur roundlags and good pay cannot do becter than Arrlte ot apply to THiJ WHITLOCK BRANCH. TAVenty-thtri ?nd Cerv Streets, Rlch'.nond. Va. GIRL AVANTED, TO LEARN LADlEp halr dresalng. halr worlt, etc. _16 N. Fifth St._ FIRST-CLASS- COOK AND HOUSE glrl wanted; llberal Avagos; refer? ences 1'eiiulro.d: apply Immedlately. MRS. F. B. GUEST, IH East Frank lln St.__-?_'?_ Wanted. a woman stenogra pher Avho understanda general offtco Avork; must bo tactful, and well edu? cated; permanent posltlon; state ex? perlence and salary oxpootod, Apply X) 5S5, caro Tlmos-PIspatch, poarbing. Large, brigh"" and attractive rooms for rent, wlth or without board, Reasonablo rates. Refer? ences requtred. 41. North Eighth Street.. 'Phone Madlson 7560._ THE LURAY, 40F"~~EAST MAIN, Rooms and table board; convenlent to. alraiigera. 'Phono 1256-J. tiMALL PRIVATE IlOARDINa HOUbUT; reasonablo rates, 1003 AAr, Urace Bt, WANTED, BEVERAL LOARDERS; 1 centrally locutecl, south of Broad, Addt'eHs .1 055, caro Tlmes-Dlnpatcrf. _._??_^__-__^._ - \mr^^^ri^^s^^sssx^ec& second floor flat of.four largo, brlght rooms: uossesslon. May 1. 308, XV. CEJ..TRAM-Y LOCATED FUHNISHED or nnftirnlsliod rooms. 807 East Clrnce htroot _ _ FOR TtENT, I-nj7tNl.Sll.5D HooMsl bath und pltonc. Madlson 7827-1* 214 E, Mnln._ !7oi E. CLAY ST.; TJLEAN ROOMS; _frce phone; bath; central, WHEN YOU COMll TO MCHMOND stop whero you cnn got a clean, eonifortable bcd for 60 cents; central, refined nelghborhood; heat. bath; phono free; excellent mcals served noxt door. 1002 East Clny._ ANY INfiTl_LiaiENT PERSON: MAY earn good Income correspondlng for iiewspapcru; experlcncu unnecessary. Address PHKSS CORREHPONDING BUREAU. Washlngton, D. C._ WANTED, . STENOORAPHER AND typlst for several hours' work dally; Htttto expcrlenci., referenee.-, hours avnllnblc and terms. Address .1 028, cnro TimeH-Ulwpatcli. WANT ED, HTE-SUal-Ai-l KR AND typewrltlst for permanent poxltlon; $35 per month on start; goo'd open? ing for rlght party; state experi eiice1 and references. Addre*.. 11 022, caro TlmcH-Dlspatch. LO<J,Y_7~ifi-pi.esTen?_"ati ves want^ cd, men and women, ln every county, to sell my nlumlnum cooklng uten slls tmd household neuessltles; spc clal dealers' contract; largest factory ln world. Wrltf- Wli.UAM R. BRANCH (Wholesale Department F). 2 South ll th St., itlchmond, Va, FOR KENT, C^TTAOE&TfBA It I IOT ED at Ocean View, Va. Address. P. O. Hox i:i2. Nyfolk. Va. _ Wanted, book keepers. . stenoo; rapher., hotel applicants, housekeep ors, prlnters, painters, lttmbermen, mll llncrs, salcsludles, cashlers. sales men, hlocksmtth-. PIEDMONT K.M FLOYMEN*_ AGENCY. Durham, N. C. 3&eal estate tor %ale. r'OTT'sXI^'^V.Sf^'N'D'LOT-C^EAlt Boulevard. Phone Madlson 1467. FOREST LODGE 13 A PLEASANT tnanslon or a hundred roorns, wlthln twenty mlnutCB of Rlchmond ann three hours of Washlngton. It ls the private dwelling of Its owner, but would he Kultai.le for a coun? try club or a sanltarlutn or a ftrst class ..uburban resort. As a rnld woy polnt for clltnatlo. travel, lt unltes more advantages than can bi found elsewherc between New Eng land and the iroplcs. Apply by let? ter only to CAPTAIN CUSSONS I-ock Box -12, Richmond, Va. FOR SaXTcTaT A GREAT SACRIFICE, Roanoke, Va? beautlful brick resl? dence; largo lot, 12 rooms, two baths, two toilets, pantry. receptlon hall, slldlng doors. hot and cold water, bardv.-ood finlsh, mctal roof; on Campbell Avenue. Annual rental. $G60?$0,300. Very easy terms. LIN COLN LA>.D AND IMPROVEMENT CO.. INC, 031 Pennsylvania Avenue, _N. W.. Washlngton. D. C._ WHOLE BLOCK ADJOINING NEW military college, Battle Abbey and Soldlcrs' Home property; 858 feet, $27,000. If sold thia week. AMOS & POINDEXTER. 1110 E. Maln. FOR SALE, PKOPEI_TY~170 _ .-.ET BY 1;<9 feet and secohd-hand materlal to bulld slx or clght small two-story houses; terms to suit. A. M. WALK VT, American National Bank. FoTf sale, specTaTT"BARGAINS IN lots on Floyd Avenue. ne. r the S'oidlers' Home-. Phone Madlson 1(67 90 ACRE FARM, WITHIN 12 MlLE-j of Rlchmond, Va.; iu mlles trom Elko. on Chesapeakc und Ohio; 1.$ mlles from Meadow Statlon, Southern: dwelllnt; and butbulldlngs; JC00; timber, $250; land only $15 per ncre; a stiap. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO.. INC, Newport Ncv.s Va.; thrre phones. "FOR SALE. A NEW E"lGHf-I_ObM dwelllng, near Chlmborazo Park; gas, elcctrlclty, hot and cold watcr. <ub.net and stato mantels, latrobe stove; modern ln every partlcular; terms eaay. - Apply 315 N. Thlrty slxth btreet. _ FOR SALE. A LARGE. MODERN housc near Lee Monument. Address K GS5, caro Tlmes-Dispatch._ FARMS aKD Tn_J3ER LANDS.?MY new catalogue contatns 400 farms and timber lands; best bargains ln Vlrglnla. I pay your railroad fare. Wrlt* for frca c&talogue. Addresj J. R. ELAM. Box ri7. Charlottesvllie, Va. _;_ FREE REAL ESTATE REGISTER. 200 select country homes, H. XV. HlL LEARY & CO., Charlottesvllie, Va. jReal estate for _Ecnu l^itiffiN'-i-TTN roanoKe, T-fr?"3-oS-2 deslrably located store buildlng l.UxOO; three lloors; passenger and frelgiit elcvators; modern cash sys? tem; elegant show window.. etc; heart ot' retall dlstrlct. Address "B," care of the Roanoke Times, Roanoke. vn._ ^usincstsj^uportumtits. fiONEY I^A^-j^^^f?v?NT^R_TT~S patent good Ideas. JOHN WEDDER. BURN. Capltallst. Brookland. D. C. Coal aniij^oo^_ tt.HErWOOD_;iL-N IS-SELLING OAIC and pinc wood, $2.75 to $3.25 half cord. Hc has made a speclal study of wood for over twelvo years. Oak and plno slabs, $2.50 to $2.75. I am known as LONG, THE WOOD MAN. Phones Madison 1069 .und 1070. $1.50 BUYS ONE-HALF CORD PRE pared plne klndllng wood. Why pay $3.25 when you can get tho same results from thls. Try a load. SAM UEL H. COTTRELL & SON, I'hono Madlson 177._ KILN DRIED KINDLING WOOD. $1.7!> per load. M1LLER MANUFACTUR ING CO., INC, Phone Madlson 1541. QUALITY AND QUANTITY ARE guaranteed from us. Wo have oak. plne or slab wood, and our prices are right. We please cverybody. Phono Madlson 6913. NORTH CARO? LINA WOOD AND COAL CO.. 827 Brook Avenue. '_ .pergonalg. iueHtdOrCD^TiEFINlNO COMPAN V, 1709 East Cary Street, Clty Conirns tcrs. Dead anlmals romoved at once, ?Phone Monroe 3027. Buyers of tal low and bones,_ LADIES' HAIR SW1TCHE.S.?WE l-E dyo or remake ladies' hair swltches; charges moderate. 210 N. Flfth St. a?-_cjlu"tb puritY^a'xd^rHEDOM from organlc matter?flve gallons for 25c?Holly Sprtnss Lithia Water. 'Phohes: Madlson 0232 and 5621. LADY WILL GIVE MAGNETIC MAS sago treatment Jor rellof of rheuma? tism, Indlgestion, s stomach troublo and neurasthenla. P. O. Box 611. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE BEST sausage made. It's SMITHFIELD. HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT __ND aOLD at HUGHBS'S 20_ Nort.h Thlrd. IBoarO. IKantcl-. chlld; West End; roferences ex elinnged. Address L 423, caro Times Dlapatch._. BOARD AND TWO ROOMS WANTED for gentleman, wlfo and daughter.' Call up M, H. WHITEHILL, llooin 156, Murphy's Hotel, betwoen 0 ana 11 A. M. to-day, Phono Madlson 6660. SXKL^X^r?Tc)(3'k'^Xt^ft^Ww" IvfbD" els of sprlng mlllinery I am now displaylng; also my ready-mado gar ?mantH for the season; ean save you money nnd glve you quality and correet styles. MRS'. JULIUS BEAR, 1123 K,tMaln St. _0oiU&i?*^x^nFl_brii^-i.' EaarN^npK6a?TtTff<s?5tfi_H5__tn-B Plymouth Rocks for sale; llno layors. . GEO. CARY. Htchland Park. I'UOnt DAILY PUZZLES .Something found ln tlie gordon. A_.__.VKIt TO YKSTERDAY'S PU/.ZLE Plinelillig litiK. Jfor &&U. FOR SALE, CABIN LAUNCH, WITH 12-horso power, four-cy^le, two-cylln der englne; everythlng complete; launch and englne ln flrst-class con? ditlon; wlll sell very cheap or ex? change; will send plcture. A. B. EDMONDS, 222 Thlrty-ilrst Street, Nowport News, Va. FOR SALE, A OROCERY STORE dolng a good cash business; good location; good reason for selling; ansv/er. Address K C62, care Titnea Dlspatch. _ ?_ FOR SALE FOUR-CHAIR BARBER shop, on Broad Street; good business. Apply to . MISS ELLIOTT, 400 E. Marshall. _ WAGONS! WAOONST WAGONS OF overy descrlptlon, for fcvcry use. Call and bo convinced. Lowest price.*. and best terms. A MEYER'S SONS, 1 East Cary. GASOLENE, 1IC GAl-LON?tfASOLENl only 14c the gullon at SCOTYS DRUG STORE. Old Mjirkct_Place._ COLUMBIA doublT; DlSC~RI*5cbTtDS", 65c: four-uilnute Indestructlblo cy llmler records, 60c; two-minute, ..5c; will flt any phonogruph or grapho phone. Graphophones on chsv pay ments. THE TALKING MACHINE CO.. 207 N. Flfth St. _^___ NS~I-rTlXvir~.T~XAllGE~AS.SORT.-l ENT of new and second-hand wagons; $35 ?.vill buy a phaeton; $35 a mall waK on; now ritnabout. $85; dalry wagon, $65. RICHARDSON BROS., 615 Brook Avenue. FOR SALE. ' CONFECTIONERY, ICE cream Hnd clgar store; dolng good cash business year around. For par? tlculars address Box 277, Williams? burg, Va. 50-H. P. ATLAS ENGINE; 60-H. P. Atlas boller; Sergeant-Inger..o!l air compressor. and lot of laundry ma chlnery. Can be seen at .lefferson Daundry, Glnter Pnrk; prices low, if sold nt once. I. ELUFORD & CO. TOP BUGGIES, $45, $50 TO $75; RUN ftbouts, $35. $55 to $125; surreys, $75. $95 to $225; Krocery and delivery wagons, Tennessee farm wagons; for qualltv and prices we are lead . r?: THOS. H. DUKE & CO.. SO-l Brook Avenue._ FOTi^-VLE, CO~NFECTIONERY, soda water and r-lgar store. dolng goou cash business year aroutid. For par? tlculars apply Box 277, Wllliam__ burg, Va. _ WlTii71^ELir"o__ EXcTlANGlb A 25" horse power Erle Clty boller, locomo? tlve type; wo want a larger boiler; thls boiler has seen less than ono year's ac.tual secvlce; now runnlng at 120 pounds steam pressure; Iit good conditlon; price, $175 if bought at once; can be seen three mlles from Columbiu. Va., at our mill. II. r. BAKER &.CO. - - - ^..j-.-. Jloticcs. WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that Jahnke Bros., Jewelerd. 912 East Main Street, buy. sell. ex? change and remount dlamonds ln the latest styles. Old sold and sll? ver taKen ln exchange. WE WANT THE WAGE-EARNER, AS weJl as others, to call the FIRST NA/TIONAL BANK OF RICHMOND hls bank. We want to asslst hlm to acqulro the habit of saving. If you are not a depoBltor, commence to day. Three per cent. Interest paid in savings depaitment. Banking houso No. 1104 East Main Street. Dlspatch. ^_ LADIES, YOUjS HAIR IS IMPORTANT. Your cut hair or eomblngs mado Into beautlful swltches, pompadours. puffs, wigs, coronet swltches, front pieces, etc, in tho most artlstlc raan ner, Charges very moderate. 216 N. Flfth St. YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE COR rect styles in hats and fnrnishlngs at MUSCOE IL GARNETT.S. Eighth and Maln. A TABLE AND MEDICINAD WATER ?without a peer?flve gallons for 25c, dellvered?Holly Springs Lithla Wa? ter. 'Phones: Madlson 6232 and 5621. EVERYBODY WORKS AT OUR house; locks repalred. keys made for anv lock. B1CKERSTAFF, King of l.epalrers, 1811. Maln,_ ; ^ligcellancoufi- ?;:':-. L^ft___?15A_-^^VT'ION's^36 c_5Nat_ri-rER ' dozen. M. A. WHITTY, Phone Madl? son 238D-.I. 'EDISON RECORDS. FOR MARCH, NOW ON SALE; COME and hear them. "Has Anybody Hero Seen Kelly" ln sheet muslc. C. B. IIAYNES & CO. BAKERY. EVBRYTIUNG GOOD AT MUELLER'S ? New York Electric Bakery. First class homemade bread, cakes and ptes a speclalty. 410 West Broad Street. 'Phono Madlson 2589. BONE AND NERVE LINIMENT. FORTY-FIVE YEARS A SUCCESS? After belng mado and used ln thou? sands of homes as tho best remedy i for all aches and pains for forty-tive years, we have declded to show our appreclatlen by duubllng the. size of our 25c bottles. You wlll never know how much difference there could be ln Unlment untll you havo tried the cild orlginal FRAYSER'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. For Man or Beast, COUGH AND COLDS. FRAYSER'S SYRUP WILD CIIERRY and Tolu, for coughs nnd colds, is another flne remedy. Tastcs better and acts quioker than anythlng on the market. Large bottles,_25c. Made only_ri_y J. W. FRAYSER & CO.. 1S01 E. Maln. '_ aiiOK REPAIKINU. 7BC. HALF-SOL13 MEN'S SHOES; Z_AV dlei*. tOc. Every pair aewed. Beiit leather. DRBW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 71_ East Maln. Phono Monroe 28*7. Wlll send for ahoei aad return. _;_ : ANT1QUES. ORIGINAL AN'HOUE FURWTURE: furnlturo repalred, pollshod and packed; upholsterlng, etc. L, N ARNALL, 318 Brook Avenue. 'Phon? Madlson 6277. WANTED, TO'BUY FOR CASH, HOUSE hold goodrt ln any qiiantlty. 'Phone Madison 3851 SAWS OF EVERY DESCHIPTION shnrponed and set rlght. BICKER S'PAFF, 1811 Main. The Valentine Museum . ELENTIi AND CLAY STS. Onen dailv from 10 A. M. to S P..M". Btako #ropo_tate. Staunton, Vo., March 1, 1910, SEALED PROl'OSALK FOR THE CuN Hlriictloti of about thren and nne half '?,%) mll.H of macadaui road ? nt Cralgsville, A'a., AVlll bo received at tlm notintv clcrk's ofUce nt Staun? ton. A'a., until 10 o'clock A, M. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1310. I'lnys and speclflcatlona may bn Keon at tho aborvci ofllco or nt the olflcn of tho Htotfi Hlghway r.ominlssloner, ltlcli mond, Vn. A certlfled clicclc for '-v.-.-i hundreil nnd flfty ($250) dollur* fthnll nccotii pnny coeh bld. The .(?mrnlr.tne re seive tho rlght to iv.iect any nnd nll bldj*. An englneer will ')e at Cralgs? ville Werlnesday, March 10 H'10, lo gn over tho work wiih prospcotlvo bldders. Propo.iol.i should bc addressed lo county clerk nt i_trturiton, A'a., or elther member of thr. cnmmir.ee. Mr. L. L. Moore, of Cralgsville, wlll be glad to sIioav nny mie ovor tho road -t any tlme. T. M. SMtLEY, J. G FULTON. Committee THE ANNUAD v'-MEETING OF THE stockholders of tho Tredegar Com? pany wlll bo held at thc eompany's ofllce, ln the clty. of Richmond, on MARCH 16, 1910, nt 12 M. J. K, J- ANDERSON, Secretary Tredegar Company. Richmond, Va., March 1. 1910. Dove Lodge, No. 51, A. F. and A. M. THE STATED COM.YUNICATION of Dove Lodge, No. 51, A. F. and . - a A. M? wlll be held ln thc lodge roum. ln thc Masonlc Temple, on THIS (Frlday) EVENING. March 11. 1910, at 7 o'clock. EVery member ot the lodge ls requested to attend, and niembers of sister lodgea and translent brethren are fraternally Invltcd to unlte wlth us. By order of the AVorshlpful Master. BEN T. AUGUST, _ _Secretary. ?ibftimb JJotteesf Ofllco of Lanston Monotype Machlne Co.. Phlladelphla. Pa. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS thls day deelared a nuartcrly dlvl? dend of 1 1-2 per cent. on tho capltal t-tock of thls company, payable on tho 30TH DAY OF MARCH, 1910. to Htockholdern of record at thc closo of business March 19, 1910. The stock transfcr books wlll closo at ?) P. M., March 19. 1910. and rcopen at 10 A. M.. Aprll 4, 1910, ln accord ancc wlth tho resolutloni; adopted at a special meetlng of the stockholders held on October 28. 1901). holdcrs of stock of the par value of $20 a share and fractlonal scrlp cannot re? celve thls dlvldend unless they shall send ln thelr stock to tho eompany's oilloe ln Phlladelphla for lndorsement of dlvldend or convert thelr holdlngs Into full sharcs of tho par value ot $100 a share prlor to tho tlme of the closlng of the transfer books. J. SELLERS BANCROFT. Treasurer. Phlladelphla. Pa., March 1, 1910. Checks avIU be malled. blant'on ^""purcell dissolve partnership NOTICE. The buslncs3 heretofore conductcd by AV. C. Blanton and AV. E. Purcell. Jr.. partnere trading as Blanton & Pur? cell, and doing a general real estato business, has been dlssolvcd by mutual consent. AV. C. Blanton, trading as "Blanton &. Company," retalns offlces No. llio E. Main Street and assumes all ltablltties and takea over all asseta of the flrm of Blanton & Purcell. AV. E. Purcell, Jr? trading as "AA". E. Pur? cell, Jr., Company," can he found at No. 1110 E. Main Streot until Aprll 1. 1910, at Avhlch tlme he wlll occupy No. 100 North Eighth Street. (Signed) AV. C. BLANTON. AV. E. PURCELL.-JR. NOTICE! _ To the Voters of Hanover County: In a recent issue of the Hanover Herald AA'e aro told that the judgo of our Clrcuit Court had, becauso "of tochnlcal polnts raised by hlm," turned down (for the second time) "the peti? tlon for the calllng of an electlon on the courthouse removal questlon," and "a new petitlon wlll have to be gotten up, which avIII taKc somo tlmo yet before the electlon can be called." Noav, ln falriiess to the tax-payers of tho county at large, you are respect fully, but earncstly, asked that your slgnatures be Avlthheld from such a petltion until you are put Into tho posscsslon of all tho facts as to how thls movement origlnated, Avho aro aldlng ln furthcrlng lt, and why tho unfair and unAvarranted methods that havo been resorted to tn order to force upon thc tax-payers ot the county the pioposed result, and as to what such a result mcans to tho tax-payers of the countv tn tho needless and onerous increase of tholr present taxes for certainly ten or llfteen years, and most probably twenty. Three tlmes havo the voters of tho county. at a falr electlon, sald that the old lar.dmarl. (tho courthouse) should not be moved to Ashland, or even abandoned as the county seat; and thev avIII so say agalfi if glven a falr chance, which they are deter mlned to have; but AVhy should wo again have now the needless agltatlon and expense of an electlon on tho ques? tlon. with its attendlng strlfe and blt terness? The Information Indlcated above (which will contaln some sur prises) avIII bo lald boforo you at tho earliest posslblo moment, and you have only to wait for it aAvhllo ln order that you may act advlsedly as to Avhether vou should or should not ald tho effort persisted ln by only a few tax-pavers to removo your county seat, and dctermfne from all the facts golng to show tho unwlsdom of such a movo Avhethor you aro Avllllng oi-viinwllllng to bear the consequent increase of your taxes, as Indlcated, should the pro? posed removal be determlned upon. AA'nit, that .vou may act advlsedly ln thls important matter. A TAX-PAYER. March 10. 1910 The Confederate Museum TWELFTII AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 0 A. M. TO 5 P. M. ADMISSION, 25c. SATURDAYS FREE. QSHfjerc to &top in Virginia. THE JEFFERSON, Richmond, Va. "Thc most magnificent Hotel in the South. Europcan plan, Rooms single and en suite, Avjth and Avithout baths^ $1.50 per day and upwards. Spacious sam? ple rooms. Booklet tin.applica'. tion. Table d'Hote Dinncrs Saturday and Sunday evenings 6jto 9 o'clock, . ni.ncTiNo (Miir site. Army Mrtunctivre_ Wlll Tle In Secllon Afntmil FrciVTlckslnirg. [Speclal to Thc Tlmns-Dlspat.oh.l Frodoflcksburg, Va? March 10.?Cap. taln n. II. Well**, of tho Unlted Statos Army, arrived here to-day, and, wlth ?I. M. Ooldfmlth, Clnrenoe R. Howard and Henry Warden, of the Public In? terest Commlttee-of the Clty Council; CouncUman W. S. Embrey and Captain! M. R. Rowe, vislted tho surroundlng section, wlth a view of selecting a site : for a camp for the Unitod Statos troop3 : thls summer nnd for army manoeuvres, It ls undcrntood that Captain Wells was much pleased wlth the locatlona vislted, but no deterniinatlon wlll bo reached in the matter untll certaln Information la obtained and report | ruade. TO SUKVEY ROCTE FOR ItOAl). l-.i.Kliirr-r.. Ready to llcttlu Trlp from I'rrderlrksbiirK lo WiiMhlngton. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.] Frederlcksburg, Va., Mnrch lo.?The engincer corps of tho Rlchmond and Chcsapenke Bay Railroad, which re? cently completod several surveys of the llno from Frederlcksburg to Ash? land, has rcturned to thls clty, whlch Is its headquarters. As soon as the weather Is sjtltablo tho corps wlll start on thc sttrvey from thls clty to Wash? lngton. To Orgnnlzc V. _?f. C. A. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.1 Frederlcksburg, Va., Marcli 10.?A movement has been Btarted here by thc Eplscopal Church Club to organlzo a Young Men's Chrlstlan Assoclation on a broad scale. A commlttee is now at work on the proposltlon, and a general meeting for that object wlll be held in a short tlme. $otete. HOTEL , YORK NEW L ' v YORK PO'JTMKR.N HEa_,< S.vVENTH AVE.. COR. .--.th 8T. EUROPEAN PLAN RATES: $1.50 to 12.50. wlth dstached bath. $3.00 to Jl.ce, wlth privato bath. Occuples the geographlcal centre of the clty. near the vortex of travel. Wlthln from one to flve mlnutei- -ralk of twenty-one theatres. Cars pass the door, and wlthln flve mtnutea of atl the largo retatl ahopa. "orm>n Ortil 'ioom. Culalne ot auperlor excellence. Uoderato prlcea. II. G. WILLIAMS. Manager. __J^rtantit^j^^E^rt. _ HOTEL DUNLOP ?certunVcftyBX5;a,,c Ref urnlshed and redecorated through? out. European plan $1.50 per day and up.- Flrst-class reBtaurant. Full orchej tra; whlte service: open all year. R. E. DELANEY, Prop.. .* F.R. BOWMAN. Mgr. N/.T0RAr8R!DG&WQX&L FOR REST AND RECREATION Ylrglnta's leadlns all-tho-year mountaln rcsort. Wrlte for lllustrated booklel, to-day. Natural Bridge Hotel Co., Natural Bridge, Va. 3:00 9:00 ^aj|roaDj^ Southern Railway TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. X. B-?Followlng schedulo tigures publUhcd as Information and not guaranteod: 6:20 A. M_Dally?Local for Ch.vlotte. 10:45 A M.?Dally?Llmlted?For all polnts South. Pullman und Day Coachc*. 6:0o P. JI.?Ex. Sunday?K_o-_;Vir.a Local. li:.: P. Jt.?Dally?Llmlted, ror all polnts South. Pullman ready 9:30 P. M. YORK RIVER LINE. 4:30 F. M.?Ex. Sun.?To West Pt., con necting for Baltimore Mon., Wed. and Frl. 400 A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:13 P. M.?Mon., Wed. nnd Frl.?Local to 'Ve3t Pci. .. TRAINS ARR1VE RICHMOND. - From tho South: 7:00 A. M? 9:30 P. M., dally; SM0 A. M? L's. Sun., 4:10 r. M? Dally (Local). From West Polnt, 9:30 A. M., dally; 11:33 A M. Wed. and Frl.; 5:45 P. M., Ex. Sun. ' 8. E. BURCiHSo, P. P. A? 920 E Maln St. Phono Marlson 455. Atlantic Coast Line EPPBOTIVB MARCH 6, 1910. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. For Florlda aml South: 1:20 A. JI., 8:15 A. .V 7*23 P. M. and "10:33 P. M. For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M.. 3:00 P. M. For N. & XV. R>--. West: 9:00 A. JI., nnd 9:00 P. M. For pctersburg: 1:20 A. M., 8:15 A. M? A M.. 12:10 P. M., 3:00 P. M? "3;20 P. JI., 6:03 P. M.. 7:23 P. JI., 3:00 P, JI., and 11;30 p! JI. ' For Coldsboro and Fayottevillo: "3:20 r. JI. Tralns arrlve Itlchmond dally: 4:40 A. JI., 5:10 A. JI.. 6:50 A. JI., u7:05 A. JI., "S:33, 11:10 A. M., "10:43 A. JI.. *1:30 P. JI., 6:03 P. JI., 0:30 P. JI., 8:00 P. JI. nnd 11:00 P. JI. ? Excopt Sunday. ""Sunday only. a Excopt Monday. Tlmo of arrlval and departuro and con necttons not guaranteed. C. S. CAMPBELL. D. A. P. Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railway Cara leuvo Manchester, Sevonth . nd Purry Streets, for Petersburg: ?C, 7, 8, "9, 10, 11, "12 P. JL, 1, 2, "3, 4, 5, "?5:13, "0, 7, S, "9, 10 P, JI. . 11:00 P, M- Wr Chester, 12:00 midnlght for Petersburg, Cars leavo Petersburg, foo'. Syeamoro Street, for Mancheater: i 5-15 6*33, ??7:1-. "7:35, S:33, 0:33, 'IOiSj, 11:35 V 'M l"*_o, "1:35. 2:35, 3:33, "1:33, 5:33, 6:33,; ?7"-36, '_:S3, 9:33, "10:40, 11:10 P. JI. ? C'arrles baggagu und express. i ?? Llmlted, oxcopt Sundnys and holldays. | All cars from Petersburg connert wlth cara for Rlchmond-_;_._| KlCIIMONB AND 01U5SAPEAKJ. BAY '" IUIIAVAY COMPANY. Schedulo of cleotrlo tralnB to aml from .Bhlund, stopplng at Intarirwdlato stutloiio uDon slgiial. Lv. Rlchmona (Uroud and Laurol Kts.): 6:03b, "7:10, S:l0b, 9:10, ""10:10, 11*10 A M-. P10. 2:10, 3:10b, -1:10. 6:10, 6:20. 7-lOb 8:10, 10:10, 11:15 P. 51, Lv. Ashland; ?5*65.' "7b, S, 9b. 10, "11 A. M., Vi JI.. "1, 2. 3. 4b, 5, 8. 7, Sb, 9, 11 P, Jt. ? Dally oxcopt Sunday. ?? Sunday only. b Corrlts bnnsago. _? -KKAUOARD AIK LINJ5. Southbound tralns schedu|ed lo Havo Rloh? mond da|ly; 9:10 A. JI,?-Locilt to Nurllua, Rnl-lyh. ..Iiarlotti.. Wilmlngton. lllS P. JI. ?i-iloep.rs und coaehes, Atlaut'n, Blrmitig ham Saviinnah. Jacksonvlllii anii Florlda pulnts. 7:F !'? M_?To Florlda polnts. 10:12 P JI. 10:15 1'. JI.?Sloopor* und coaehes, Suvnm'iali, Jueksouvllle, . Ut.nlu, lllrmlne-' ham and Meniphls. Jlbrthhaut.d trulns BOlicduled to arrivo Rlchmond dally; 4:20 ,_?; M." T.W A. M? 7:3- A\ M., 6:05 P. M? 6:?* &eal estate for _3>atc. fteat estate for &ale. BLOCK DAY means a houoe-to-houso collectlon for the benefit" ot THE DAY NURSERY" AND FREE KINDERGARTEN Block Day envelopc.i wlll be left at each hou.-e on Monday, and wlll bo called for Frlday, March IStli, by ladles ot the board. Avearlng Block Dny badges. Thlrty-ilve bables cared for dally. Flll your envelope- and help tho bables. \ &uctton_g>ales-, Jfuturc Wapa. AtfffnON hALT- OF ^TlH^^r.N'TlRE STOCK OF THE LATE ELT KULL, AT PETERSUURO, VA., MARCH 15, 1910. As adminlstrator wlth the wlll an noxcd of Ell Kull, deceased, I shall, on TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1910, at 1 o'clock P. M? offer for salo hy publlc auctlon, at the premlses, No. 25 Old Street, Petersburg, Va., tho entlre stock of goods of the late Ell Kull, deceased, "conslatlng Of hldes, avooI, furs, Iron, metala and Junk, together avIUi tho ofllce flxturcs antl furnlturo nnd the good avIU of the business. Thln ls a flno opportunlty for the purchaso of a largo stock and a well cstabllshed business. Tho stock may be lnspected and nn Inventory seen by appllcatlon to tho store, No. 25 Old Street. Terms: One-half cash, and the bal? ance upon a credlt of nlnety days, purchnser to glvo notes, Avlth interest added, vvlth satlsfactory Indorsors. SAMUEL A. REINACH. Adm'r c. t. a. of Ell Kull. Dec'd. ^^wl^ta^ejojr^aj^ Bargain West Grace Street Resldenco intist bo sold at once. If you avIsIi an up-to-dato resldenco on thls popular thoroughfare. you may savo money by lnvcstlgatlng this. RUEHRMUND & BOAVLES. 729 E. Main St. 139c '0 For sale?New Framo DAvelllng on AVest Main Street, near Robinson. Al? ways rented. .Snlendld future. RUEHRMUND & BOAVLES. _ 729 E. Main. ___ %5S?5555r__ Riclmiona, MeriGW g & Potomac R. B, 70 AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYONL Loavo Richmond, I Arrlve Rlolimond ?4.30A.M.Mitn St.Sta, ?4.60 A.M. Hjrd St.Sta, ?5._0A.M. Byrd St.Sta. ?7,10 A.M. Maln8t.SU. ?T 7.15 A.M. Byrd St.Sta, 77.30A.M.Main St.SU. *8.40A.M. BrrdKt.SU, ?12.01 noon Bjrd St. Sta. +4.00 P.M. Brr? SU8U. ?4.15 P.M. Elba SUtlon, ?R.15P.M Main St. Sta, ?-8..0P.M. ByrdSt. Sta *7.r.0 A.M: ByrdSt.SU. ?11.85 A.M. BjrrdSt.SU. ?1.10 P.M. Main Kt. Sta. *2.60 P.M. Byrd St.SU. ?7.15 P.M. Byrd St.SU. ?7.35 P.M. Main St.Sta. ?9.10P.M. Byrd St.SU. +10.09 P.M. MaluSt.SU. +10.25P.M. Bjrd St.Sta. -10.3S P.M. Main St.Sta. ?l.ltlnl.iitByrdSt.Sta. ACC0MM0DATI0N TRAINS-WEEKDAYS. TjcaTO Byrd SU SU. 1 -10 P. M. for Frederlckslinr-. Leare Elba Sta. 7.50 A. M., 6.30 P.M. for Aahland. Arrive Byrd 8t.Su. 8.25 A.M.from Fredcricknh's. ArrlTeElba 8U. 6.40 A.M.,6.30 P.M.from Aahland. ?Daily. fAVeckdaya. .Sundays only. IjDally except Monday.' All traina to or from Byrd Street Station (except tralna leaving 4.50 a. m. and arrlvlng x.io night) atop at Elba. Time of arrivals and departures aot guaranteed. Read tbe sigEs. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 3:09 A. I Dally?Fast trains ln Old Point, j ?1:00 P. fNowport Noiva and Norfolk. 7:40 A.?Dally. Local to Nowport Ncwa. 5:C0 r.?Dally. Local to Old Point. 2:00 I'. [ Dntly?Loulsvlllo nnd clncinnatl 11:00 V. ("Pullmana. 6:15 r.?Dally. "St. Louls-Chlcago Spoclal.' Pullman-. S:30 A.?Dally?Charlottesvllle. AVeek dayi ?Clifton Forge. 5:15 P.?AA'oek days. Local to Gordonsvlllo. 10:CO A.?Dally. L'burg, Lox., C. Forge. 0:15 P.?AVeek dajs. To Lynchburg. TRAINS ARRTV12 RICHMOND. Local from East?8:23 A. M., 7:50 P. M. Through from East?11:10 A. M., 0:33 P. M. I.ocal from AVest?'S:30 A. _t? 0:50 A. M., 7:50 P. M. Through-7:30 A. M.. 2:<3 P. M. Jnmcs Rlver Llno?*8:3. A. _f., 6:00 P. M. ? Dally except Sunday. Norfolk and Western Railway ONLV ALL RA1L LINE TO NORFOLK. Schodulo ln Effect March 6, 1010. I.eavo Byrd Street Station, rtlchmond, FOR NORFOLK: '0:00 A. M., '3:00 P. M. FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE AVEST* '0:00 A. M? '3:00 P. M? '9:00 P. M. Arrlvo Rlch. mond: From Norfolk?'11:40. A. M.i '6:50 V>. M? '11:00 P. M. From the AVest?'6:50 A. M,i "1:30 p. M., "6:05 P. M.. '11:00 P. M. Pullman, Parlor und Sloaplng C-rs; Cafo Dining Cars. C. H. BOSLEY. AV. B- BEVILL, D. P. A., Richmond, Va. G. P. A., Ronnoko, A'a. ?Daily. "Dally, ox. sun. _s?-_aml)oats. 7nim New York VMediterraneai IVia AzQMes,Ma'deira,fi?br^tar.y\l8Sey. LARGEST STEAMER IN TJtt TRADB CELTIC Rft* ROMANIcCZI_.1^_\prU 1; 1% I* aBBO-VDWAYjnt NKW YORK. or I.ui'iil Atjent*. OLD DOMINION LINE l'OIt NORFOLK AN1> NEW YORK. Lv. Rlolimond (foot Aah St.) dally...7 P. M. I.eavti Newport News....-.5:00 A. M. Arrlvo Norfolk.ii:00 A. M. Connocts wlth main llno _lt-.amor_ lenvlng Norfolk for Now A'ork dally oxcopt Sunday 7:00 P. M. Connectlon also inudo br N. ._ A\r. Ry - P. St. nnd C. .- O. Ry. at 4 P. M. Nlght Llno stuamors stop at Clariinionl to land or rocelvo passengers on slgnal. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO. Onmcs Rivor by dayllght for Norfolk, Old Point, New? port Nows and all James lilvor landlngs. Stoamer leaves Monday, AVediioaday nnd Frlday nt 7:00 A. M. Frelght recolved for all .lumoH Rlver Inudlngs. Tlukot oftico S21 E, Mnln St. , Baltimore Steam Packe. Co. Equlppod wlth wlroloss tolography. TO UALTIMORE AND THE r'OUTII VLA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leavo Rlohmond Dally except _unduy vla N.'& AV. Ry. 3:00 P. M-. Norfolk 0:30 P. M. C. & O. Ry. 4:00 P. M., Old Point 7:30 P. M, O. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. tono day ln Nor? folk). A'a. NaA\ Co> 6:S0 A. M. (Monday. AA'odne's day and Frlday). Tlckuts at all offlces. For ?t-.i:eroom_ ap? ply lo lt. M. ilQYKIN, Agont, S30 E. Malu Strcut. _ , ,.?,__. Merchants and Miners TransportationCo. Norfolk to liii'.tiiii, Aluss., und . ? priivhleni'o, lt. I. ' . stcnmoi'H leavo-.. Norfolk for Lostou Sun.. T*u\ aud Frl.: for yrovldeiuu Men., Tltur. aud Sut, nt 0 P. M. P?-_onsei'a and trolght takon for all Now England polnts, TlnkeU on salo at oftleo Q, & O. Ity., N, & AV, Ry., &uction ifealcsJ, Cij.s ?ap. By C. L. & II. L. Denoon, lteai Estato Auctloneers. TRUSTBE'S SALE OF THE VERY DESIRABLE AND SUBSTAN TIALLY BUILT RESIDENCE, No. 1912 Floyd Ave. BETWEEN FARK AND MEADOW STREETS. By vlrtue or fldoed of trust, dated September 5. 190W and of record In tho clerlt's offlce of the Richmond Chaneery Court. D. B. 199 "B" pago 147, defaulc na.Ing been made In the payment of a certaln noto thereln secured, I wlll sell by public auction, on tho prem? lses, on . ? EBIDAY, MARCH 11, 193 0, nt 6 ocock p. M., the handsomo resl? dence, No. I9i2 Floyd Avenue. botween Park nnd Meadow Htreets. Tho prop? erty beglns at a polnt 182 feet east or Meadow Street and rttns eastwardly at a polnt 26 feet 8 Inches on tho north line of b loyd Avonuo, and thenco run nlng northwardly from sald front be? twcen parallei lines 179 feet 9 inchos to an alloy ln tho rear 20 feet wide. rhe dwelling ls a most aubatantlal two-story brick structure, contalnlng about nlne rooms. wlt], all tho usual convonl-nces. and is eohtparativcly TERMS: Cash as to expense of exe ??J.ti3Fi " H. trust' any taxes tl?o ?nd ttnpald und prorata portlon of thc current year's taxes. and pay tho amount of money now Uuo on said noto and a credit sas to thc followlnc 581, payable March 5. loil, and two J.-?,1*;'.'- OJi? ?f t-'700 aml one of isi. payable Septcmbcr 5, 19U; balance at one and two years, all deferred oay ments to bo evldenced by negotlablo notes or the purchasor. hearlng Inter" est at thn rato.or 6 per cont.ficr an? num. and secured by deed or trust upon tlu. property. rU3t C L. DENOON. ^_Trustee. By RIcheson & CrutchiioldV Real Estato Agents and Auctloneers, Cornef Eleventh and Bank Streets. COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE OF TWENTY-FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUILD? ING LOTS IN BROOKLAND PARK, BKTWEEN BARTON HEIGHTS AND GINTER PARK AND NEAR TO C.VU LINE. In execution of a decrco of tho Clr? cult Court of Henrlco county, cnterod on February 20. 1910, ln tho suit of John M. Price ct als. vs. S. Galcskl ot als., wo wltl, as speclal commlssioners thereln appolnted, sell at public auc? tion, on tho premlses, on . THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1910. at -t o'clook P. M., lots numbered 20. 21, 22, 2.1, 21, 25, 26 and 27 of block three (3) lots Nos. 10, 11; is, 13 anc_ 1-1 ot block livo (S); also lots Nos. 25, 2fi, 27, 2S and 29 of block seven (7); ? also lots 23, 2.4, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29 of block two (2), all of said lots be? lng in Barton and Latnb's Brookland Park, as shown on a phit of said land, duly recorded in the clerk's ofllca of Henrlco Clrcuit Court. Lots havo a frontago on Fendall and Hanes Avonues of 30 feet cach by dopth or 135 feet to alley. to be sold accordlng to plat, and will be oftered scparately and in blocks. These lots aro located In a rapldly improvlng section, closo to Glnter Park, Barton Heights and,thc car llnc, and should command the attentlon ot lnvostors and homc-scekers. This salo offers an unusual opportunity to sc cure high class suburban property at low prices and on easy terms. TERMS: Onc-third cash, nnd tho res Iduo In two cqual instalments at slx and twelvo month.., from day of sale, negotiublc notes for the deferred pay ments, wlth interest added, nnd titla retalned untll tho whole of tho pur? chaso money ls paid, or for all cash, at tho optlon of tho purchasor. D. C. RICHARDSON, M. A. POWERS, Spocial Commlssioners. I certify that thn bond requircd hy tho above decree of the speclal com? mlssioners has been duly glven. Glven undor my hand thls 2Sth day of Fob ruary, 1010. Tcste: S. P. WADDILL, Clork. N. B.?Take First Street Car to Hooper Ave. Copy of Plat of this Property can be seen at office of Auctioneers. In consoiiuencu. of raln, the abovo sale was postponed until MONDAY, THE 1-lTK INST.. at tho _amo hour.____^ Sale of Valuable Land The Mountaln Lake Land Company having been dlssolved and Its affalrs placod ln the hands of tho undcr slgned to settle and wlnd up, notice Is hereby glven that, pursuant to au? thority "vested in us by tho stock? holders and board ot' dlrectors of tho .Mountaln I_ako Land Company, the underslgned wlll. at 1 o'clock P. M., on MARCH S, 1910, mo11 hy way ot' public auction to th" hlghest bldder, at tlie front door of tlio court hbust., In NEW CASTLE, Cl.AIG COUNTY, VA., tho followiiig descrlbed roal estate, sltuated In" Cralg and Glles countles, Va., to-wit: About lUty thousand acres, sltuat.. on the waters of John's Creok. ln tho countles of Cralg and Glles, and on the waters of Big and Llttle Stoney Creeks, In the county ot Glles; Thls land ls supposed to. have upon It vnluablo iron oros, and a portlot. of lt is covered wlth tine growth of oak timber; about 30,000 acresi of It will run approximately 2,500 feet to tho acre, upon tho followlng terms: Otie-thlrd cash, nnd tho reslduo, ma turlng in threo equal Instalmonts at slx, twelve and elghteen months front tho day of sale, tho purchasor oxocut Ing intorest-beuring notes. wlth Up proved securlty, for tho doferred pay n-entw, and tltle to the property re tulncd untll all purchase money ls paid. A plat or man of this land, to? gether wlth a descrlptlon tbereof, can he found at tho law oflloes of P. V, & J. P. Jones, Now Castle, Va. ? .1, B. LATNG, T. K. LA1NG. J. K. LA1NO, A. E HUMPHREY.s, it'D JASPER. ? ? W. N, JASt-Flt. W. R. TIIOMP.--ON, II. W. YODI.l., JULIAN BKYANT, Board of Director :.