. Staunton, Va? M?-rch 1. 1910.
TOJALED PROPOSALS FOH THB CON
Hlriictlon of about three and on_
lialf (3V_) mile.. o. macadam road
nt Craigsvllle, Va., wlll be rccalved
at the county clerk's ofllco at Staun?
ton, Vs*, untll 10 o'clock A. M.
THtTRSDAY. MARCH 24, 1.10. Plaws
and spcctflcatlons may bc scon _.t the
? bcrvo ofllco or at tho ofllco of tho
Btate Hlgh way Commlssioner, Rlch*
A certlflod check for two hundred
and fifty (J2.0) dollars ...ull nccoiri
pnny cach bld. The ci-inmictae ro
neivc the rlght to rrtect any and ull
blds. An engincer will <io ut Cralg
vllle Wednesday, March 16 1.10, to
g_ over tha work wlth p.ospixtivo
Froposals should bt- addressed to
county clerk nt Staunton, Va., or
elther member of thn e0.nrt-lt._n,
Mr, I/, 1_ Moore, of Craigsvllle, will
bo glad to show any 0110 ovor tho
road at any tlme,
T. M. SMILET,
J. C- FULTON.
Commandery of St. Andrew,
No. 13, Knlghts Templars.
Rlchmond, Va.,* March 12, 1010.
Sir Knlghts,?Attend, a stated
at your osylum ln 'tho Ma
conclavc of tho Commandery
eonlc Templc. MONDAY, l.TII INST..
nt 8 o'clock P. ML, Jn cltlj-ens' dress.
Members of Rlchmond Commandery,
Ko. 2, and all tranelent Sir Knlghts
nre courteo-usly Invited to be present.
By order of the Emlnent Commandcr.
L. B. SIEGFRIED.
GEORGE C. JEFFERSON. Rccorder.
m A STATED COMMUNICATION
'?yVr of Fraternal Lodge, No. 53, A. F,
/V\ and A. __.., wlll bo held at tha
Masonic Templo TO-MORROW (Mon?
day) EVENING, March 14. 1010, at 7:30
o'clook. Work in tho Fellow Craft
degree. Members aro urgently re
qucstod to attend, and members of Bls
ter lodges and translcnt brethren are
Iraternally Invited to unlte with us.
By order of tho Worshlpful Master.
..._???_? OFFICER8 AND MEMBERS
?$?F?Btfc, of Fitzhugh Lodge, No. 93. I.
t*9swS_-?j- O, O. F., ;irc urged to attend
^^?*s tho rec-ular mcotlng MON?
DAY NIGHT. 14TH INSTANT, Grand
ofllcera wlll be present and work ln
Slster lodges fraternally Invited to
AJnita wlth ua.
By order of tho Noble Grand.
B. G-. GARNER, Sccrotary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Tredegar Com*
pany wlll bo held at the company's
offlce, In the clty of Rlchmond, on
MARCH 16. 1910, at 12 M.
J. R. J. ANDERSON,
Secrotary Tredegar Company.
Rlchmond, Va.. March 1, 1010.
t , , 1
The business heretofore conducted by
W. C. Blanton and XV. E. Purcell. Jr?
partners trading as Blanton & Pur?
cell, and dolng a general real estate
business, has boen dlssolved by mutual
consent. W. C*. Blanton, tradint*. as
"Blanton & Company," retalns offlces
Ko. 1110 E. Maln Street and assumes
all UabilUles and takes over all assets
ot tho flrm ot Blanton & Purcell. W.
_*-. Purcell, Jr., trading as "W. E. Pur
-ell, _r? Company," can bo found at
No. 1110 E. Maln Street untll Aprll 1,
3010. at whlch tlme lio wlll occupy No.
lOo North Elghth Street.
(Signed) W. C. BLANTON.
W. E. PURCELL. 3R. 1
Virgrlhla-Carollna Chemlcal Co.,
Offlco of Trcasurer.
Rlchmond, Va., March 8, 1010.
DIVIDEND. NO. GS.?-THE BOARD OF
dlrectors havo thls day deolared a
dlvidend 'of two (2) por cont., the
same belng consecutive quarterly
divldend No. 5S on tho preferred
stock' of this company, payable Apdil
15, 1010, when checks wlll be malled
to all preferred stockholders of rec?
ord at the closo of business March '<
31, 1010. Tho preferred stock books j
wlll be closed from 3 P. M. on Thurs
day. March 31, 1010, to 10 A. M. Sat?
urday, April 16. 1010.
S. W. TRAVERS. Treasurer.
Mvl.. and Books Fret. R-tu RMao__.fi, Hlrheii
Ri.oron.oee. Be: Sirvlcej.
WATSON t COLEMAN, Pateu. Lawyer,
?la F Bt., WASHI.VGTO.V. D. O.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AXD CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 9 A. M. TO S P. M.
Mayo Salvage Corporatlon,
1102 E. Main Street.
TANDIN'G DESK, BARBER CHAIRS,
FOLDING BED, BLACK WALNUT j -
CHAMBER SUITS, OAK WARD- 1
ROBE. GROCER'S COFFEE MILL.il
INCUBATQR. B R O O D E R. SIDE- '
BOARDS, HAT RACKS. GAS 1
RANGES. COOKING STOVES AND ?
RANGES' LARGE MANTEL MIR- '
ROR, TOILET SETS, IRON BEDS,! ?
MORRIS, PARLOR AND OTHER i
CHAIftS. COMPUTING SOALES,
SHOWCASES, ODD BUREAUS,
WASHSTANDS. BEDS, SPRINGS.
CARPETS, MATTING. UPRIGHT
:id numerous othor artlcles, at auc
on in our warerooms, at 10:30 A. M.,
MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1910.
JAYO SALVAGE CORPORATION,
By Tlie Valentlr
018 East Br
LNE . PORTIERES. LACE CURTaFJv.
LEATHER FURNITURE. OAK A
ETC, AT .
We will sell at our auction salesr
handsome line of Hoftsehold and Hou
.ndsome Threo and Five-plecc Genuli
.uches and Easy Rockers, Beautlful
lt, consisting of S-foot Round Top urvt
indsomely Carv_d Chlna Closet, Bcauti
let Chalr.; wlu also sell a very Han
ne Oak Beclroom Suits. Beautiful Bi
>rona Parlor Suits, Handsome Solid :
essers and Chiffonnlera, very Flne lo
Int.. Portl.rex, Couch Covers, Table 1
d other furnlture, etc.
Ladies espc-cially Invltcd to thi. sale
J Estate aud L
fluttton &aXti, JTuture sBapft ^uctton *aletf^ future jBapa
.. .-.- -"^'*s''x*'''',"^'''*^^~"~''15y^_fn^Vi^
618 East Broad Streot, -il-hmona", Va,
Auction Trade Sale
$5,000 Stock of Merchandise
TUESDAY, MAKCH 15, 1910.
By the dlrectlon of party Intarestcd, wo will soll at our auotton salcsroom,
No. 618 East Broad Stroet (on second floor), commencliiff at 10:30 o'clock, a
-*">ck of general merchandlse invontorylng over $5,000 and conslstlng of in par".*
About 1,500 pairs of Mcn'e, Boys'. Ladies' and Mlsses' Shoes, 200 palrs
bbor Shoes, 200 Men's and Youths* Suits, _o dozon Counterpanes, 40 dozon
palrs Suspenders, C dozen Ladles' Whlto Shirtwaists, 10 dozon Gloves, about
3,000 yards Embrolderles and Laces, 60 dozen Childron's and Mlsses' Dresses,
25 dozen Men's and Chlldren's Caps, 15 dozen Top Shirts, 25 dozen Undenvear
several thousand yards of Calicoes, Percalcs, Ginghams and Whlto Goods, 300
palrs Knee Pants, Ladles' Dresses, Hardware, Glasswaro, Tlnwaro, "Woodcn
ware, etc, etc,
? _Th.^ Is l"fl largest stock of general merchandlse offercd in many months.
and will bo sold regardless of cost or value.
actual0coslatSa"-IOpnoslItlvcUt"?r"tOWn mcrcl,ants< Goods Packed ana shipped at
_ THE VALENTINB AUCTION CO.
HORSES AND MULES
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MARCH 16th and 17th.
Largest consignment of the season. Better quality than
ever before. Horses young, smooth and well broke for heavy
work, city and farm purposes and pleasurc.
Mules smooth, fat and good quality.
Two carloads Second-Hand Farm Wagons to be sold for
the high dollar, without reserve.
Smyth Brqs.-McCIeary-McClellan Co.,
Southern Stock Yards, Richmond, Va.
Local consignments solicited. Any Horses and Mules you
are not using and want to sell, bring them to us.
COWS, MULES. DAIRY APPURTE
Havlng declded to get out ot the
dairy business, I wlll offer for sale by
publlc auctlon, at my place, on the
Richmond and Petersburg Eloctrlo Llne,
Stop No. 29, In Chesterfleld county, on
MONDAY. MARCH 14, 1910,
commenclng at 10:30 A. M.,
the followlng descrlbed property: ono
span of good mules, seven and ten
years old; thirty good Holstoin and
Jersey grade young cows, all glvlng
milk, average yleld for 1909, 6,500
pounds each; wlll be frcsh in Sep?
tember and October, 1910; one
Holstoin bull, whoso darn gave 1,400
pounds milk per year; one two-year
old helfer, wlth calf, and elght year?
lings: slx ten-gallon milk cans; ono
now Star aereator, ono De Laval sepa
rator; one gasoleno pumplng englne;
one I. II. C. manure spreader;
one lumber wagon; one Imperlol dlso
harrow; one ensllage cutter; ono lot of
tcols. and many other thlngs.
Take the Richmond and Petersburg
electrlc car, which leaves Seventh and
Perry Streets, Manchester, overy hour
on tho hour, and get off at Stop 29,
and lt wlll land you at my place, wlthin
100 yards of barn. I havo a largo
covcred yard, whero the salo wlll bo
held; therefore the weather need not
lntertere. I have also made arrange
ments wlth the Bureau of Anlmal In
dustry to move cattlo across tho rlver.
T. O. THURSTON.
XV. 13. FRAYSER, Auctloneer._
Bv Virginia Auctlon Co.. Auctloneers,
'006 East Broad. .- 'Phono 3S51.
Wo wlll sell at our store, C0G East
TO-MORROW (Monday), MAR. 14TII.
at 10:30 A. M.. sharp, one Flve-passen
ger Detroit Tournlng Car, 26-H. P..
new tlres; top and wlnd shleld; in flrst
class runnlng order.
Sale posltlve at 10:30 sharp,
VIRGINIA AUCTIO.V CO.,
By Virginia Auctlon Co.,
INE QUARTERED OAK DINING
ROOM SUITS. OAK AND WALNUT
BEDROOM SUITS AND WARD
ROBES. NEW QUARTERED OAK
AND MAHOGANV DRESSERS AND
CHIFFONNIERS, HANDDSO M E
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS AND ONE
CONCEftT GRAND PIANO. COST
TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH.
it 10:30 o'clock, ln the warerooms of
he Standard Auctlon Co., 16 N. Sev
mth Street. we wlll sell for whom it
nay concern, one Handsome Concert
Jrand Plano, orlglnally cpst $1,500;
Iandsonio Quartered Oak Dinlng-room
iults, several Oak and Walnut Bedroom
iuits ana Wardrobos, new Quartered
)ai: and Mahogany Drossors and Chlf
onniors. Hall Racks, one set Walnut
'ane Seat Chairs, Mshogany and Oak
.ookcases. elght FOldlns- Beds, two
)rophead Slnger Sewlng MacHnes, new
Irass Beds, Iron Beds, new Felt Mat
renses, Quartered Oak Sidehoard* ana
Juftets, lifteen rolls New Chlna Mat
Ing and all klnds of nseful Viousehold
iftects, etc. lt wlll pay every lady to
ittend this sale, as tlio above named
roods must be sold. Sale posltlve.
THE VIRGINIA AUCTION CO., c
Automobile Auction Sale
Slx Ford Automohlies and ono
.halmer-Detrolt at our frelght depot,
.eventcenth and Broad Streets.
TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH,
AT 2 P. M.
THE CHRSAPEAKE AND
OHIO RAILWAY CO.
e Auctlon Co.,
!, TABLE COVERS, BRASS BEDS,
ND MAHOGANY, FURNITUP.E,
30111., No. 61S East Broad Street,
AY), MARCH 14TH,
iefurnishlng Goods, conslstlng of verv
ie Leather Parlor and Llbrary Suits,
Golden Quartered Oak Dining Room
I Claw Feet Pedestal Kxtension Table,
tui Carved Buffet, slx High Back Claw
asome Uprlght New Mailoganv Plano,
ass Beds, Oooa Iron Beds, Beautl.ul
?lahogany and Golden Quartered Oak
? of Drummer'B Sample..; ln Lace Cur
ovors, etc, Flno Rug_ ana Druggcts
^IE VALENTINE AUCTIQN'CO;
,, ,B/ Rlc--<-soh & Crutohfleld,
Roal Estato Agents and Auctloneers.
[ Cornor Eleventh and Bank Streots.
COMMISSlONERS* AUCTION SALE
TWENTY-FIVB BEAUTIFUL BUILD?
ING LOTS IN BROOKLAND PARK,
BETWEEN BARTON HEIGHTS AND
GINTER FAHfc AND NEAR TO CAR
In executlon of a decroo of tho Clr?
cuit Court of Henrlco county, entered
on February 26, 1910, ln tho eult of
John M. Price et als. vs. S. Galeskl et
als., we wlll, as speclal commlssioners
therein appolnted, sell at public auc?
tion, on tho premlses, on
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910.
at 4 o'clock P. M., lots numbered 20,
21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 of block
three (3) lots Nos. io, 11, 12, 13 and
14 of block flve (6); also lots Nos. 25,
26, 27, 28 and 29 of block seven (7);
also lots 23. 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29
of block two (2), all or sald lot3 be?
lng in Barton and Lamb's Brookland
Park, as shown on a plat of sald land,
duly recorded ln the clerk's offlce of
Henrlco Clrcult Court.
Lots havo a frontago on Fendall and
Hanes Avenues of 30 feet each by
depth of 135 feet to alley, to be sold
accordlng to plat, and wlll be offered
aeparately and in blocks.
These lots aro located ln a rapldly
Improvlng section, close to Glnter
Park, Barton Heights and the car line,
and should command the attentlon of
lnvestors and home-seekers. Thls sale
offers an unusual opportunity to sc
curo hlgh class suburban property at
low prices and on easy terms. *____ -
TERMS. Ono-third cash, and the res
Iduo in two equat lnstalmonts at slx
and twelvo months from day of sale,
negotlablo notes for the deferred pay
ments, wlth interest added, and tltle
rctalned "until the whole of the pur?
chaso money Is paid, or for all cash,
at the optlon of tho purchasor.
D. C. RICHARDSON,
M. A. POWERS,
1 Speclal Commlssioners.
I certify that tho bond requlrod by
the abovo decree of the special com?
mlssioners haa boen duly glven. Glvon
under my hand thls 28th day of Feb?
Teste: S. p. WADDILL, Clerk.
N. B.-Take First Street Car
to Hooper Ave. Copy of Plat of
this Froperty can be seen at office
In consequence of raln, the above
sale was postponed until
MONDAY, THE l.TH INST.,
it the samo hour.
AUCTION SALE OF THE ENTIRE
STOCK OF THE LATE ELI KULL,
AT PETERSBURG, VA. MARCH 15.
As adminlstrator with the will an
riexod of Eli Kull, deceased, I shall, on
TUESDAY.* MARCH ID, 1910,
it 1 o'clock P. M? offer for salo by
public auction, at the premlses, NO. 25
Jld Street, Petersburg, Va.. tho entire
atock Of goods of the lato Eli Kull,
deceased, conslsting of hldos, wool,
turs./iron, metals and Junk, together
wlth the offlce flxturos and furnlture
and the good wlll of the business.
This ls a flne Opportunity for the
purohase of a largo stock and a well
The stock may be inspected and an
Inventory seen by appllcatlon to tho
Btore, No. 25 Old Street.
Terms: One-half cash, and the bal
anco upon a credit of nlnety daya,
purchaser to glve notes, wlth interest
added, wlth satlsfactory Indorsers.
SAMUEL A. REINACH.
Adm'r c. t. u. of Eli Kull, Deo'd.
By Tho Valentlne Auotlon Co.,
REFUSED AND UNCLAIMED
I wlll sell at publlo auction. at the
Rlchmond, Frodericksburg and Poto?
mac Railroad frelght statlon, at Broad
and Harrison Streets, in tho city of
Itlchmond, Va., on
THURSDAY, MARCH. 17, 1010,
?eginning at 10:30 O'clock, a large and
.arled collectlon of Refused and Un
Jlatmetl Frelght. TERMS: Cash..
LESLIE ELLIS. Agent..
rilE VALENTIXE AUCTION CO-.
~ Wm. B. Plzzlni Company.
Real Estato Agents and Auctioneers,
723 East Main Street.
At tho request of tho owjier, wo wlll
Jffer for sale, on tho promises, at pub
ic auction, that desirable two-story
irieu ro.tcloi.cp, known as
NO. 1S1S VENABLE STREET.
?ontairung flve rooms, ft'ontugo 23 feet,
unnlng bttck \w:> feet,
Tlin.Sl-AY, MARCH 17T1I,
u :, o'clock. above Uuscrlbnd property,
llome-seekei's aml lnvestors should
aten.i tho sale, as a barguln may bo
TERMS; Reasonable an-J. announced
it tsulo, ? . . .. *
Harrowgate is a Winner!
?JAs Spring comes
on you will hear the
call of the country,
and if you have de
cided to buy a home
outside of town you
want to invest where
the returns will be
will have best neigh
bors?where you will
have plenty of land
for a yard and garden,
and where you can
raise your own sup
plies to combat the
high cost of living.
you all these and
many other advant?
ages you cannot find
fl It is situated in the
heart of the mineral
spring section of
Chesterfield, and the
runs for a mile and a
quarter through the
centre of this proper?
ty. A villa site of
from 5 to 15 acres at
prove an ideal invest?
ment. These sixty lots
we originally agreed to sell
are beingrapidly taken, and
as soon as the remaining
number are sold the price
will be raised to $ 1,000
each. Take the car at 7th
and Broad and ride out to
Harrowgate, or call on the
Home Corporation for full
particulars of this attractive
HARROWGATE COUNTRY HOME CORPORATION,
VAUGHAN & WILLIAMS, Agts.;
10th AND BANK STREETS, RICHMOND, VA.
By A. J. ChoVvhlng Company,
Real Estato Agents and Auctloneers
At - the request of tho owner, wc
wlll offer for sale at Public Auction
upon tho premlses,
Brick Dwelling ,
215 S. Fourth St.
DN . WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910.
AT 6 O'CLOCK P, M.
Hero ls your opportunity to secure
i comfortablo home, ccntrally located
loar "Gamble Hill Park" on easy
A. J. CHEWNING COMPANY,
Do YouWish a Loan?
ON YOUR REAL ESTATE. . SEE '
RICHESON & CRUTCHFIELD.
5% Money to Lend
IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
Borrower can pay off at any In?
McVEIGH __ GLINN*
Money to Loan
On Real .Estate. Prompt Service.
RICHESON & CRUTCHFIELD.
TO LEND ON RICHMOND REAL
Our charges ure moderate. No delay.
BLANTON & CO.,
- -____. S Mttln Htr<?0t'-.
MONEY Yo LEND
ON RICHMOND CITY. SUBURBAN
,ND -HIGH CLASS FARM PROPERTY.
_ SUTTON _. CO.
,_.,--,-.IN SUJIS TO SUIT.
LOWEST RATES AND CHARGES.
CHAPIN & HUME.
? MONEY TO LEND
ON REAL ESTATE. '
_11- SELDON TAYLOR & CO.
Flat for Rent
No. 300 North Rowland, sS.-. rooma
na b?,tTh^.ri'a-u'Rd 'P .**?? o- month.
FOR RENT, *"*" ' ~~ '"
2233 XV. Graco Street, . rooms, two
baths, hot water heat.
2-HO Park Avenue, a rooms, bath.
\ 106 N. Llnden Street, 8 rooms, bath.
1210 Fioyd Avcnuo, 10 rooms, bath,
104 -nd 106 N. Meadow Street, 8
rooms. bath: just completod.
2-ilS Vonable Street, store and dwell?
ing; opposlto Amerlcan Can Co.
1610 XV. Graco Street, 12 rooms, bath,
201 Allen Avenue, second flat, elght
rooms, bath, hot water heat, separate
105 N. Fourth Street, third flat. 7
711 North Avenue, Barton Helghts,
8 rooms, bath. clectrlc llghts and large
BLANTON & CO.,
1110 E. Main Street.
Are You Looking
for a House to Rent?
SEE OUR LIST.
RICHESON & CRUTCHFIELD.
FOR RENT, "
NO. 707 EAST LEIGH STREET
A splendid locatlon for a boardlng
. H. SELDON TAYLOR & CO.
From 5.00 to $900 per anyum.
McVEIGH & GtlNN.
?H,nJlJCp??(3 JaasV, No. 16 Laurel \ St.,
m^I 120y,d Avenue and opposlto
hSS^K^iT1. about ia rooms and
heated by hot water
DOUGLAS E. TAYLOR,
, , _Renter ot Real Estate.
Spring Rent List
JUST FROM THE PRINTER
__F.LAM & FUNSTEN,
That Modern and Desirably Loeated
TwO-Story Brlcit Dwelling,
No. 400 W. Main St.
corner Monroo; elght rooms, besldes
two baths; will make. elegant Hats.
RICHESON & CRUTCHFIELD.
McVEIGH & GLINN.
Large and Elegant
on Cary. ncar Fourteenth Street, In
the eentre ot tho wholosalo trada of
_ SUTTON .- CO.
Broad St.2d, 3d, 4th Floors
\Vell sulted for millinery and like
,.-. --jciiESON 4 CRyxcay.eiiP.
Farms for All, Large and Small
Truck Farms, Stock -Farms, General Farms, Timber Lands, irinerai
Lands, Country Homes, Suburban Homes, Clty Residences; placea to llve
all through tho Old Dominion. Any kind and every price,
Send for new Catalog-ue, whlch contains all.
CASSEL.MAN & CO.,
110S EAST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND. VA
Queen Anne Cotlage,, elght rooms, i Beautlful tract, elevated, Fatterspn
ot water heat and flve acres, S4.500. Avenue, only $500 ner acre.
30 acres, between college and club,
.ly $300 per acre.
Big lots, 150 tp^480 feet front cach,
$3.50 to $io por foot.
Thompson Brown & Company
$S.2G0 wlll buy a new EIGHT-ROOM BRICK DWELLING on Elm
Street, near Stuart Avenue; modern convenlences; ju6t completed. Thla
ls a great bargaln.
HANDSOME GRACE STREET RESIDENCE, between Fifth and
Seventh Streets; cheapest thing on Graco Street. Get prices and terms
from us at once.
60 FEET on the north line of Stuart Avenue, between Rowland and
Sycamore Street. $55 per foot.
25 FEET by" 179 feet 9 Inches deep on. Stuart Avenue, near Straw
berry Str6et, $60 per foot. Thls ls the only full depth lot on Stuart
Avonue for sale. A bargaln.
30 FEET on south sldo of Stuart Avonue, between Rowland and
Sycamoro Streets; 125 feet deep. $53 por foot.
Flvo 30-FOOT L6TS in Monument Avonue, east of the Battle Abbey
site; below the market price and on terms to suit. Owner neods tho
money, and is offerlhg them at a sacrifice.
A llttle over 100 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BROAD STREET,
between Allen Avenuo and Meadow Street, and a bar grain to a oulck
100 FEET TO FIFT\' ACRES. From $4 per foot to $SO0 per acre,
VAUGHAN & WILLIAMS,
TENTH AND BANK STREETS. ?
.Real -Etftatc for _Eent.
to Kecuro that de.lrably located
.tore, 212 North Flftl-T-Streot, Just
ln roar of corner Broad and Flfth
N. W. BOWK __ SON.
K/est Franklin Street
.. 101.6/nlne rooms, nlcely papored
l through und vapov heat.
HUTTON & CO.
Several stores on Main, Sevontli,
ghth and Franklln Streets, not far
3in tho now post-olfloo,
DOUGLAS H. TAYLOI.,
1.C..--1' Ot _?._! J___.-tt.
_foal ?_. tate for -Rent_
3 019 Floyd Avenue.
3212 Floyd Avenue.
1207 Ashland Streot.
2601 West Maln Street,
6u North Slxth Street.
2lfi South Fourth Street. . .
.15 South Harrison street.
322 AVest Maln Stre.t.
1.515 West Maln Street.
.2710 East Broad Street.
2712 East Broad Streot.
626 Essex Street, Barton Heights,
C21 Essex Street, Barton Hojghts.
900 Brookland Boulevard, Barto*
Hoights, ? ?
309 Sycamoro Street, Barton Heights
Echo Avenue, Glen Echo Park (now),
A. J. CHEWNING COMPANY.
FOR RENT, . ."
Store wlth dwelling above, No. 9 Wj
Cary Streot; a good T-uslnesa stand.
, ' . . DOUGLAS 13. TAYLOR,
v , l_*nter ot Roftl x^statf. j
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