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Want Ad. Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD when
paid in advance. No Ad. taken
for less than TEN CENTS.
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN TWE&TY-F1VE CENTS
when pHoned in nr charged at the
counter.
Classification not guaranteed
after 9:30 P.M.
FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS
Phone Monroe 1 for th? WANT
AD. MAN to call.
*.o?if. ano jrouno. .
LoS'frs'.oTi'ii "collie, "six .MoNTiis
old; brown 411 oven head comea to
perfect shaped head, Answora to tho
name >if "Klrby." Reward if ro?
turned to 313 _Wc8l Graco Street..__.;
Lost, three hlack .plumes,
Wednesday nlRht, near 300 N. Elm
Street or oh Maln 'Streot car. Re?
ward if returned; "20 East Frank?
lin._Phon" Mil'llyiin 217!)._
Lost, aSouT week ago, on
Franklin .Streot, between Madlaon
and Foushoe Htreotx, a allvor l'nk
purse. $5 reward If returned to MRS.
BARTON II. ORUNDY. 300 West
Franklin g?reet,
L/iST. Tilt'iJSUA V, I'All: nl' I.10I.U
riin dyeglaaaea. Sultable reward lf
returned_to T^mes-rjlBpateh._
LEFT. ON BROAD AM) MAIN CAR
Bl. Elghth Street, nolntf west, pack
nue <'ontalnlni,r lady'o coat. Return
to li*j'> N. Tbirty-H'.-cond Ktroei und
recelvo reward, or phone Madison
liit, _
I- - '-??'-?-?-? ,---?
jtj?eip <tiatmitn. saait.
AMBITluL'S Yut.Nf; MEN TO BECOME
travallng aaleamen; experlence un
necessary. Wrlte for iitirtlculars.
BRADSTREBT system, Rochester.
_N. V_
*OU ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN
ment posltlon; tiO month; wrlte for
liat of posltlons open. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE, Dept. 3&7-A, Rochester.
N. Y._
^VANTED. BOY OF r, on f? VBABS
for ofllce In largo manufacturing
concern! one who ia atudylhc or ran
use shorthand preferrcd, Apply ln
own handwrltlng. P, O. Hox No. 135,
Clty. _ _
^ituationtf SBanteo, itlale.
|^STs"TtfRrJb DRiTOSfSTTXVAJ^S Pf>
sltlon; relief or permanent. Addrets
K 251, care TlmoH-DIsputch.
jpirAiVMX?TfsT7~GiTADnATE""'r', c. v.
ten years' esperlence In New York
and Philadelphia; proflcient In every
branch; desires po?itlon ln rela*l
pharmacy. K 216, care Tlm?H-Die
patch._'_
WANTED. POSITION AS OFFICE BOT
ln lawyer'B or real estato offlce. hi
boy soventeen yeara old. Address
X.. -UC East Oracc Street, Clty.
ADVKRTISINCJ SC??lClT6RS WANTED
Four hlgh-eluas advertlsing solld
tora, who can get business and kc|
lt qulck. Address ADVBRTISER
caro TImes-Dispatch.
^cip"2Manub7^f<imai?.
"WANTED. BRIGHT, ACTIVE SALEb"
girls for all departments, Wlth oi
without experlence; refore'ncea rc
qatred. Apply MILLER & RHOADS
WANTED. RELIABLE, TRUSTWOR
thy nurse: goud home for rlght
i'nr'y.-' Apply.-wlth references. Is-T
gjituattons itManttto, female.
ttenoi;itAi 'uVai, .six 'years-' "i:x
periencc, desires posltlon. Familia
with legal. banking. railway am
genoral pffice wnrk. Raptd, neat, ac
curate. Phons Madison 7200.
w"anti:d, BY VOL'NG LADY. A I'O
sltlon to ilo general offlce work o
typewrltlngj at once. D 279. cari
TltheB-DlepMch.
LADY 'deMwNst'p.ator wishks ".
posltlon to demonstra\e tn stores
Wiliing to leave the clty. Addres
_D 'iii. care Tlmes-Dlspatch._
WANTED. OFFICE WORK; BRIGH1
active glrl, experienced in takini
phone orders. etc, References. B 3;
Times-Dlspatch,_
Srotej^najJ&clp BBanuxX.
Wanted. teachers to coaci
glrl, 15, ln course for hlgh school
Latln and French or German; hour
. afternoon or morning. Address lv 281
care Times-Dlspatch. _
WANTED AT ONCE, TEACHEK;
wlth flrst grade certiflcates, for one
room rural schools. VIRGINL
TEACHERS' BUREAU, Manchestei
_Va._
WANTED. A PRACTICAL DENTLS'J
Address DRS. HAMILTON & SPEEH
DENTI6TS, INC. 231 Main Streel
Norfolk. Va._
WANTED] TEACHERS. WITH LI
cense or diplomas from leadlng coi
leges. Free cnrolment ten days
those open to employment now
SOUTHERN TEACxIERS' AGENCJ
Columbia. S. C.._
business ?ppaummties.
?5^W~w1Cnt a s"AFEn5fY,f:fiT
ment. with speculative feature
promlsing large prollts? lf so, sen
for free lnterestins book of lntpr
matlon. M. & M. INV. CO., ;:n <2uin
cy Building, Denver, Coi._
RESULTsTTO LANDLORDS-?J3ERVIU:
to tenants. J. A. CONNELLi: & Ct
WANTED, MEN OF IDJSaS WHO HAV!
aonie Inventlve ablllty. GREELEY <
MolNTVRE; Patent Attorneys.; Wash
lngton, D. C._- ._
wanted7~High-clas& MEN WITl
from 1200 to ?2,000 to invest, wit
services; exceptlonal oppurtuniUet
only hlgh-grade men. desired. Ca
or addreps the K. P. S., 1NU, 111
Mutual Building. glv-lng all detalls.
WANTED, J'lliMS AND CORPOKA
tions with openinga for investmen
and services of hlgh-srade men; onl
hiuh-grade proposltlons 4eonstderei
Call on or address, giving full de
talls, THE IC. P. S., INC, 1110 Mu
tual 11 u | ld iiig._
ENTREMELY VALUABLE REMED
for. lung troubles. A\'ant a partne
or pai-tners wlth $500 to $1,000. ?
fortune can certainly bo piado. Ad
dress K 25li. cure Tlmes-Dlspatch.
-.........?rrnr-n-?.?.^~?~-.i?.., ???
pJoaroing.
boar15ers"" "for ""s e'cond;" 'stOu
l'ront and connectlng room; single o
en suite; statlonary washsiand an
dresslngr room uttached, Apply 2U
East Grace.
FUIiN ISI"lE1J OU""UN!?'U1 IN ISli E11 111)
waler heated l'o'onis; single or c
Kiilte, with board. 111' West Gracji.
MRS. CHARLES' . lv.."" IJQWERS, " 11
East Franklinv, h'an lsomely appolnl
od ? rooms, wlth board; larse, wel:
voutDated dining rpo)n. openlng o
Second Streot; uieajs by day or wee)
30S E7'R>AIN''STREiW^PWMANEN/
Iranslent-'and tabla boarders; refi
sonable rates. Phonu Madison 7273-.
WANTEI),' I )1-:C EMBi3ir'"i,"""vFU?ri
lloor flat.or cottage of four or llv
' rooins; with some. yard; must t
good locatlon and convenient to flrsi
class car service; would prp>r we*
of Laurel Street, between Main an
Broad; stale niontlily rental. Ac
dress F 117, caro Timus-Dispatfih,
WANTED. THREE OR FOUR-ROO.
fiiit, witli' bath; heuted; good low
tlon. Roferences, Address B. 1J
' tftro C(ib|o Piano Co., 213 E. Ri'oa.
Slat& tor 3R*nt_
7 ?(; rnihi i'iTi i ii6t7si*:K iiiii'i n'<Ti*^7vth:
Ihreo rooiini oacll. I'honc 830. 7
North Hl.tth._ ..
ftootrn* for ftent.
itoo'Ms'FoR'tiIansients, bin" icast
MhihIihII. Phond Madlson 2r,:i-t-L.
FOK RENT, ONE LARGE, FUR
nlfhed room; ynn s'|Uiir<' from Har?
rlson Streot and Grove .wenue. Ad
drniiM E im, corn TlmoB-plgpfttch,
FURNISHEI > ~ l 1RHT"" l"lToiitt"i-'RONT
room; nll modern convenlence-, 202
South Thlrd Stri-.-l. Munro-* 28:15.
LAROE i' i' 135ISIJ i-;) >'. 111; at j-; D ROOM;
accominoilnto two or moro. 710 East
Franklln gtr?6t._
FUi'.NfSHHD FRONT "ROOM. TRAY
LOR, 2821 Stuart Ave. I'hone Mon
roe r.ic._
FOK REnV." ONE* LAROE. BRIGHT.
front room, socond lloor; also smull
room udjolning; central locatlon. 1506
N. Seventh Street. _
M(Tlil7y_F"uKNlSIlKlJ iTooM, CON
vonicnl to hath; locatlon South Thlrd
Wrer-t. Prlce, jr. per month. D 280,
care TlmearDlspatch, _
7o2 EAST MAIN BTREET? LARGE
froni rooin and others; uso of phone
Fu'iTTii*Tnt7~<? jne nichly i-tjftNisii
i-'i hull room, wllh heat; alHo back
basement room, furnlshed or un
furnlMlii'il. Apply .*? N. Slxth Slreet.
I.'UO.M ~\fATT^~TcTr"IIARK NICE ROOM
wlth buslness man; 85c. por weok.
GOfl Xorth Tenth.
?ttoii <?stare mr RtnL
tiiiWt:_ st r eet 11oi'si-;'?' whst e.niP,
all modern Improv.-i/i'.-nts; to rent
froin .lanuary 1; party leaving tov.n;
nine rooms and two batns: reierences
requlred: Answer D 261, caro Tlim-s
Dispatoh. _
llESi;LTS T(Y'iJaNDLORIjS?.SEIlTiUi
lo tenants. .1. A. l.'ONMil.IiY .*- '? ;Q.
VOU" RENT, COUNTRY' KTcTTlE. IN
thrlfty communlty; established trade
of twenty-flve years; flve mlles from
three rallroad Ktatlons; good oppor?
tunlty for hustllng merehant wuu
small capltal; P. O. ln ouildtng. W.
W. MEREDITH, Netia, Va.
WANTED. 'TO RBNT A I'Ul'.TION OF
lawyer's o.llce In Mutual Building or
American National Bank Bulldlng.
Address P. O. Box_ Xoji^. Clty.
WE MAKE CARBFOL SELECTION OF
t<*nantn for colored proporty. A trlal
wlll convjnea you. B. A. CEPHAS,
Agent, 002 N. Second St. Phone
Mo;,roi, 5*>X. '
JtUal Cstate for _s>ale.
FOR' HALF. " UiHJ ACRES \'Al'.6Xiil,rt
tlmber land; convenlent to rallroad;
only $10 per acre. DR. BUAs.H, O.r
mantown, N. Y.
RiTrTiJlts to eaTjdTords? SEKV ICE
to tenants. J. A. CONNELLY & CO.,
FARMS AND TIMBER LANDS; OUR
new catalogue contains 400 farms
and tlmber lands; best bargalns In
Vlrglnla. I pay your rallroad faro.
Wrlte for freo catalogue. Address
J. R. ELAM, Box 267, Charlottesvllle,
Va,_
west Grace street house:
near Roblnaon. Apply 615 Brook
Avenue-._
FOR SALE, WEST END LOTS? FLOYD
Avenue, Grace and Maln Streets;
wlll trade for small lmproved prop?
erty. Apply 615 Brook Avenue.
WANTED. _(fs_J_J_ AT ONCci, HARD?
ware buslness ut Lacros-e, Va.; junc?
tlon of Seaboard and Southern Kail
roads; splendld locatlon for good
hardware and Implement man: good
back country aml centrally located;
all necessary buildlng.- an,i ware
liouu-s. XV. XV. MEREDITH, Netta,
Va._,
FOK SALE. CENERAL STORE; PROS
perobs railroad town: annual sales
lli.OW, good location; store and
dwelling for rent; half-lnterest to
hustllng buslness man. Good reason
for selling. MERCHANT. care
Times-Dispatch._
CHURCH HILL HOME. NEAR PARK:
st-ven rooms, bath, pantry, etc; ren?
tal. S21U. Prlce, J2.500. J. A. CON
NOLLY &. OO.
EAST END DWELLING?TH1RTY
third Street, near Chimborazo; all
conveniences and in flrst-class or?
der. Prlce, ?3,000. .1. A. CONNEL
LY ?_ CO. _
WANTED. TO EXCHANGE CHURCH
Hlll dwelllng for vacant lots ln
Hlghland Park. J. A. CONNELLY
& CO. ?___
25 ACRES LEVEL LAND, ABOUT 5
miles west of city, extendlng froni
railroad to county road and npar
statlon, for $2,500. Phone Monroe
2917.
BRICK PROPERTY IN JACKSON
Ward, paylng 12 per cent., and in
good rentlng: section. Apply to B.
A. CEPHAS. Agent. 602 N. Second St.
JACKSON WARD STORE. WITH
threo other rooms ln main house
and tvvo-rooni house in rear. Apply
to B. A. CEPHAS, Agent, 002 North
Second Street.
WOODLAND HEIGHTS LOTS, WELL
located, cheap and on the usual
terms. J. A. CONNELLY' _ CO.
NO. 027 EAST BROAD STREET, DUR
ing holidays (December 15 to Jan?
uary 1). .1. A. CONNELLY & CO.
FOR SALE, SOUTHEAST CORNER
lot, Roseneath Road ahd Park Ave.
B. L. TALIAFERRO. 3013 E. Broad.
Phone Madlson 3095. _?_
3_Ual Ciitat? W*uta., V
^'^^TED^TO^'b'.Y LOT ON ROSE
neath Road. near I'ark Avenue. K
243. care Tlint-.s-Disiiatch. _^^
Mlantiti.
W^_rJTETVTO^tJY^FOlTcA^H. HOUSE.
hold goods ln any quantity. Phoni
Madison 3851.
YOUNG MEN WANTED TO STUD.
shorthand and typetA-rltlng; great
demand for our graduates; easy' sys?
tem; flnest equipment: reasonable
rates offered. MASSE\r BUSINESS
COLLEGE.
XV A N T E D, S E COND - H AN D PON Y
trap and harness. Address K 247
care Tlmes-Dlspatch._
WANTED, THE ADDRESS OF A DOC
tor or instltutlon that ia successful
in Ireating cases of dropsy. Ad?
dress MRS. S., Box 59, Route 3, Man?
chester, R. F. D. 3, Va._
igertfonate.
S~A DT)Xl3' ii 6 RYE'S^MRr^LOL'IS
Scliulcnberg begsto announce that
he ls prepared to handle llno saddl*
horses;'ample experience and guar
antees satisfaction; rldtrig lessoiu
laught; suddlc* horses for hiro. Ad:
dress SOUTHERN STOCK YARUb'
Richmond, Va. _
RESULTS TO LANDLOJIDS?SER\ 1C1<
1 ? tenunts. J. A. CONNELLY -.*. CO
HUMAN 1TA1R tfOUQHT AND SOLE
at HUGHEB'S. 209 North Thlrd.
YOUR EVENING- ARE VALUABL_
young man; invest. them wllh the
lea-ling buslness school of the clty
. lf you learn more y-jj can earn more
Send or call for catalogue to-'lay
MASSEY IKJSINJSStj COLLEGE. _
ASL* YOUPv GROCER FOR SMITH.
iield snusase,; ull porlt; young \^>Ks
A TABLE AND MEDlClNAL WATEJ
? wlthout a peer?flve gallons for 35c,
dellvered?Holly Sprlnsrs Lithli
Water. Phcmci Monroe 47*._
COMMUNICATION DESIRUD W1TI
party .iidvert-lsins ahout two yeari
u go t'or W. 1. YVitlierlnfilon am
daughter Hoxana, rogurdlng sonx
hhigllsh property. Address R. W. M.
2010 W, Se-voutcentli St.. Little Rock
Ark. _
-_w(??????W_BM
F() I;'""' "s,\C E."'" T WO" v?'^lRtT^MULES
four years old next spring, wcl
broken and ln good condltlon. Prlci
$250 and ?29() per niiir. R. G. TYLEK
Duane. King Willlam county.
DAILY PUZZLES
What flsh?
A.ViUEH lO \ ICSTEIIDAY'S rV1.7A.tk
Topny..
Jfor g>ale.
FOR SALE, AN' Ol.f) ' ESTABLiVMiMJ
drug bualneaa at Norfolk, Va.; good
stand; good, clean stock; good drug
and soda luitlm-ss; nearly all- casli
trade; owner retlrlng on account of
health tn tuk<- op outside work. A<i
dreaa WILLIAM J. WHITE, Bank of
Commerce Bulldlng, Norfolk, Va.
for~sai7k. hop.se, OR'K'EKy" wao
on, harness and llcense; a bargain;
would suit. peddler, baker or butcher.
Apply -'.'i'' Ivist Canal Street.
WANTED. TO SELL I'IRL STORAl'.L~
Chase upriyht piano; a bargaln.
BrorageDepartment, W. FRED KICH
ARDSON. 6?I Wen Maln Street.
FOR SALE. COMPLETE"3eTO*FBANK
flxtures; good as new; at a bargaln.
Address Cox 54 7, Rlchmond. Va.
FOR ' SALE," TOP BUGG*IES".~14G, H5.
|75. |85; runabouts, $35, 165. $75:
aurreys, $110, 5125, $175. THOS. II.
DUICE & CO , Si-t Brook Avenue._
HANDSOME MARBLE MANTELS AND*
marble tlie, taken out of old Poat
Ofllce bulldlng; prices low if sold at
once. Call Madison 5312.
WANTED? ALL RICHMOND TO KNOW
they are here and are worth your ac
(jtjalntance; Daggett's Boston choco
lates, packages, all sizes, from 5c to
$25. Sold by best confectioners and
drugglBts. _
67.'It "LINK OF, BUSINBSS BUGGIES IS
complete. Large, roomy seats, rub?
ber tlres. They can be had for a
little money. Fully guaranteed to
be the best. A MEYER'S SONS, 731
East Cary._
20 GENUINE McCLELLAN SADDLES,
ln good order. Origlnal stlrrups and
dnclies. RICHMOND HARNESS CO..
1 >'< N. Elghteenth Street._ _
FOR SALE, CHRYSANTHEMCMS
white or yellow, very pretty. Prices
reasonable. Madison 1421-L.
pitivilegeFand concessions for
sale at State Falr Grounds during
lnternatlonal Aviation meet. Foui
big- daya?Wednesday, Thursday
FYiday and Saturd?v?next week.
Apply. stating full partkulars
"CONCESSIONS," care Tlrnes-DU
l>atch.
~?totizz2.
BliIBT's TO Oi.DER-FALL AND'WW
ter shirttngs are belng shown by ui
In all the aesirable patterns of botl
forelgn and domestlc weaves. Flm
dress shirts. aB well as colored
pajarnaa and urierwear made t<
measure only. on the premlses. Cal
or wrlte for samples. CREER1
SHIRT CO., INC 713 East Mall
Street. XV. 3. Constable, prjsiden
and treasurer.
STENOGltAPHY A\D t?OOKKEjajfl_N<,
tboroi'ghly taug.it at reaaonao'e tul
t'cr rates; day and eveuiug sesslona
Telephone, call or wrlte fur ,,arilcu
lur?. MASSEY BUSINESS COL
LEGE._
WANTED, THE PUBi-.C TO KNO?
that Jahnke Bros., Jewelers, 91
East Maln treet, buy, sell, ex
change and remount dlamonds li
the latest styles. Old gold and sil
ver taken In exchange.
$5 PRIZE FOR DAGGETT'S BOSTO:
chocolates; buy a box frorn you
dealer; wrlte your opinion of tb
goods ln twenty-fivo words or less
mall with gold seal or seals fror
package. Best opinion for adver
tisement received before Novembe
19 gets $5 package of Daggett's Bos
ton chocolates. CHAS. B. McEWEJ
& CO.
WINDOW DRESS1NG?ONE OF THI
leading professions of the day:
club wlll be starled under the lead
ership of an expert: if you are in
tsjrested, address LEWIS, care P. C
Box S4S. Rlchmond, Va.
ABSOLCTE PURITY AND r'REEDO!
from organlc matter?Uve gallons fc
25c?Holly Sprlngs Lithia Wate
Phone Monroe 477
immm _?___> 11 __g____B_____g_______B
ETf. LONG IS THE WOQD MAN AL
over Richmond and suburbs. becaus
he sells so much wood; uak, pim
hlckory or alabs prepared to su!
every stove and llreplace: try th
leader. Yard, 1508 West Broa<
Phone Madison 1069.
Quality and quantj/ty " .ari
guaranteed from us. We have oal
pine or slab wood, and our prlce
are right. We please everybodj
Phone Madison 6913. NORTH CARC
LINA WOOD AND COAL CO., 82
Brook Avenue._
"^BASKET AND RATTAN WORKS.
507- EAST MARSHALL. PHONE MOIS
roe 717. Chalrs caned; all kinds <
chalrs repaired;' novelties our sp<
clalty._
?-? HAIR,
LADIES' SWITCHES?BARGAINS TC
day; hair swltehes; live thousand t
chooso from; all real hair; bargain:
come to-day. THE RELIABLE HAI
STORE. 221 East Broad Street;
HAIR,
LADIES. YOUR HAIR?IF YOU WAN
linitatlon hair goods don't come; the
are dear at any prico; wo sell re;
hair al linitatlon prices; come U
day: bargains. THE UEL1ARLEHA1
STORE. 221 East Broad Streot.
HAIR.
HAIR CUTTING?ARTISTIC HAI
cuttlng; ehlldren'e hair cuttlng pai
lors; artistic half cuttlng by a
Engllsh artist. THE LADIES' RE
L1ABLK HAIR STORE, 221 Eai
Broad. _'____
RUB lf OUT. .
WHEREVER ACHE OU PAIN IS Lf
catod?stlffness and soreness of mui
cles or jolnts?i*ub ln Frays'er
Great Nerve and Bone Llnlment, an
the pain dtsuppears; the greatsst al
rouud llnlment ln uso for man an
beast; try it?don't suffer?hero
the right help; 25p bottles, at dru*
glata'._.j_ _
HAIR.
LADIES, YOUR HAIR?YES. WE Rh
make and dye hair swltehes, puff
ote: charges very moderute. TII
RELIABLE HAIR STORE, 221 Ea;
Broad Streot,
iiAiir"
LADIES. YOUR HAIR LS LMPORTAN"
Your cut hair or eomblngs nwde in1
beautlful swltchev, pompadours, wL
or front plecea ln the most artist
iminnor: charges vory moderato. TH
RELIABLE (HAIR STORE, 221 Ea
Broad Stroet, __
MATTRESSEsT ,
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES IlKMAD
now: sanltary methods used; rellub
work. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, 'il
East Broad Streel. Mudlson 3204.
jtia&ttiitttitBusj,
? ^"^-~? ifoiTit E Pa II11N (l.
7PC HALF SOLE MEN'S HH0E1
ludles'. 0<?c; children? I0o and np;
nvcrv pn'r Bcwe'l- pHKW'H Kl.hc
TltlC SHOE FACTORY, 716 Kast
Muln. Phono Monroe 2fii7.
OIlWmAL ANTIQUE I'U 'itMTUItl-T;
furnlturo repalred, pollahod and
packed; upholsterlng, etc. L. N.
ARNALL, 318 Brook Avenue. Phona
G277._
HAIR.
DOLL'S WIGS! DOLL'S WIGS! -HAVE
thom made before the Christmas
rush from your own combinjrs or cut
hair. THE RELIABLE HAIR STORE,
221 East Broad Streot._
HAIR.
CHILDREN'S HAIR CUT?CUT IX TIIE
most. artlstlc mannei. THE RELIA?
BLE HAIR STORE, 221 Rasl Broad
Stroet._
HAIR.
LADIES
YOUR HAIR?WE OUARAN*
sry nrt'.cln wo sell as belng
pure hair; our prices very low to
day. THE RELIABLE HAIR BTOftB,
221 East Broad Stroet. _
HAIR.
PUFFS! PUFFS! PUFFS' -THOSE
pretty hi'.lr puffs: made froni hidle.s'
own romblngs or cut hair; charges
v?ry moderate. THE RELIABLE
HAIR STORE, 221 East Rio.nl Street
ifleetinas.
Officrt of tho Secretary,
Rlchmond, Va., Novemher *, 1910.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho annual inentlng of tno stock
holdcrs of the Washlngton South
erno Rallwav Company wlll be
held at its offlce. ln the clty of
Rlchmond, V_. on MONDAY, the 21st
day of Novembor, 1910, at 12 o'clock
noon. '?
The stock transfer books will be
closed _l 3 o'clock P. M. Frlday, No?
vember 11, 1910. and reopened at 10
o'clock A. _L Tuesday, Ntevembcr 22.
1010.
NORMAN CALL,
Secretary.
Rlchmond, FrederlcksDurg ~a~nd
Potomac Rallroad Company,
Offlce of the Secretary,
Rlchmond, Va., November 1, 1910.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of th-: ntockhold
ers of the Richmond, Frederlcksburg
and Potomac Rallroad Company wlll
he held at lts offlce, ln thc clty of
Rlchmond. Va., on MONDAY, tho 21st
day of November, 1910, at 11 o'clock
A. M.
The stock transfer books wlll be
closed at 3 o'clock P. M. Frlday, No?
vember 11, 1910, and reopened at 10
o'clock A. M. Tuesday, Ngjvember 22.
1910.
NORMAN CALL,
Secrotary.
Rlchmond, FrederlrkKburg and
Potomac and Richmond and
Petersburg Railroad Connec?
tion Company.
Office of the Secretary,
Richmond. Va.. November 5, 1910.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIAT
the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Richmond, Frederlcksburg
and Potomac and Rlchmond and Pe?
tersburg: Ratlroad Connection Com?
pany wlll be held at its offlce. ln the
cltv of Rlchmond, Va.. on MONPAY,
THE 21ST DAY OF NOVEMBER,
1910, at 10:30 o'clock A. M.
The stock transfer books wil! bc.
closed at 3 o'clock P. M. Saturday,
November 12, 1910, and reopened at
10 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, Novem?
ber 22, 1910.
AV. D. DUKE,
Secretary.
s>ttamfaoat_f.
'i Baltimore Steam PacketCo
. I Equipped with wlrelefs telegraphy.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIJ
! NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Rlchmond Dally ln<*ludlns Sunday,vl;
\. & XV. K'v. 3:00 P. M.. Norfolk 6:3') P. M
- C. & O. Ry. 4:C. P. M., Old Point 7*30 P. M
M O. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. (ono day in Nor
2 folk).
- j Va. Nav. Co. 6:50 A. M. (Monday, Wednes
3 i day und Frlday).
Tickets at all offices. For statarooma ap
I ply to H. M. BOYKIN, Agent, SJ0 Eaat Mal
; I Street._
. OLD~DOMINION LINE
1. Lv. Rlchmond foot of ABh SL dally.7:00P. JI
a 1 Leavo Newport Newa.5:00 A. JI
-i Arrlve Norfolk .6:00 A. J'
r ConncctH wlth maln line Bt.amers leavln
- | Norfolk for New York dally except Sunda
>T I 7*00 P. M. Connection uIbo made by N. ?
V,: P.y. 3 P. M. and C. & O. Ry. tt 4 P. J
- Nlght Line ateiunera stop at Claremont t
"*? ! laiul or rcceiva passengers on slgnal.
VIIUilNIA NAVIti-VtTON CO?James P.ivc
by dayllght for Norfolk, Old Point, New
port News and all James River landing
Steamer leaves Monday. Wednesday an
Frlday at 7:00 A. JI. Frelght received tc
all James Rlver landingB.
Maln Tlcket Office, S21 E. Maln Street.
Mercha.its antl Mlners TransportationC
Nn. folk to Boston, Muaa., __!'.
-rovldence, R. L,
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston. Tue
Wed., Frl. and Sun.; for Providence Mon
Wed. and Sat. at 6 P. M. PaBsengers an
freight taken 'or all New England polnt
Tickets on sale Kt office C. _ O. Ry.. N. .
(V. Ry.. S- H. Bowman. 70S East Main. an
Rlchmond Transfer Co., S09 East Maln.
Seven Weeks Saunterinj
Among thc renowned health and pleasur
rt-sorts of
THE RIVIERA,
THE ITALIAN LAKE DISTRICT
AN'D ':
SOUTHERN ITALY.
Four Tours by Mammoth Steamerj
"Cedric" .January 11
"Caronia" .January 21
"Ccltic".January 25
"Carmania" -. .February 18
VISITING: The Azores, Madeira, G
braltar. Algiers, Villcfranche, Nice (Th
Corniche Road), Canncs, Monte Carh
Mpnacb, Mentone, Genoa, Milan, Lak
Como, Bellagio, Venice, Florence, Pis;
Rome, Naples, Pompeii, Cava, Tli
Amalti Drive, Sorrenlo, Capri and th
Blue Grotto.
Cost of the Tour.$62
New Vork to Naples, 00 days, an
homeward ocean ticket.
"ASK MR BOWMAN"
708 East Mai_, Street,
Richmond, Va.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY,
"ESmSxmrl^fflaaBimUBVtm
<
To the Interestlng
Eastern Lands
An Oricniai Crulse leaving
New York JANUARY *>8, lOlt,
(by iho R. S. Cleveland, foi*
Madeira, Spaln, Italy. Clreece,
Turkey, Kgypt, Holy J_and,
etc. Duratlon of *0 dnye, Ratea
from fSM np. Includlng lund,
Ing and e:nbiirkln_ t-xpon?e,s.
Al?o cruUos to tl?o \Vi-?t in
(II.ih, South America, Around
tlu- World, Ip the Nile, et?.
Bend for lllusiratod boaks.
HA-IBUR--AM3-RICAX I.INB
S. H. Bowman, 7C8 East Maln
Slreet.
C, (5. Aliey, care Rlphmond
Transfer Co., nichmond, V?.
Atlantic Co&st Line
KlVt'CTIv-fJ NOVBMBBR 1, 1?10.
TRAI.NH I.I3AVID RICHMOND DAILY.
_or Florlda and Southi 1:00) A. M., 8:15 A.
M. anrl 7:36 P. M.
For Norfolk; 8-.00 A. M., 8:00 P. M., 4:10
P. M.
For N. & W. Ry. We?t: (1:15 A M., 9:00 A
M.. 3:00 P. M. and 9:20 P< M.
Fnr Petersburg: 1100 A. M., ?:15 A. M., 8:1J
A. M? 9:00 A. M., 12:10 P. M., 3:00 P. M.,
4:10 P. il., ?:06 P. M., 7:85 P. M., 9:20 P. M.,
11:46 P. M,
For Goltlnhoro and Fayetteville: *4:10 P. M.
Trnlr.s arrlve Rlchmond dally: 4:40 A. M.,
6:10 A. M? 6:40 A. M.. '8:37 A. M., "10:45 A.
M., 11:40 A. M? ?2:00 P. M., "2:15 P. M., 5:05
P. M.. 0:35 P. M.. 8:00 P. M., 9:00 P. M?
11:20 P. M.
?Except Sundny. ??Sunday only.
Time of arrival and doparture and conneo
tlona not guaranteed.
C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following achfidtile flguroa publlshed
! aa Information nnd not guaranteed:
1 ?:10 A. M.?Dally?Local for Charlotte, Dur
, hmn and Ralelgh. 10:45 A. M.-Dally?Ltmlt
od?For all polnts South. Drawlng Room
Buffat Slneplng Car to MomphlB vla Aahe
1 vllle and Chattanooga. 3:00 1'. M.?Ex. Sun
I Local for Durham and Intermedlate atatlons.
I 6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?Keysvllle Local. 11:43
: P. M.?Dally?Llmltod?For all polnts South.
? Puilman ready 9:30 P. M.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:30 P. M.?Ex. Run.?To West Pt., eonnect.
Mng for Baltimore Mon., Wed. and Frl. 4:34
! A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:13 P. M.?Mon., Wed.
and Frl.?Locnl to Weflt Polnt.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From tho South: 1:50 A. M., 8:06 P. Jl?
dally; 8:40 A M., Ex. Sun.; 12:S5 Ex. Sun.;
2:00 I'. M.i dally. From West Polnt: 9:30 A
M., Dally; 11:33 A. M., Wed. and Frl.; 5:45
P.' M.. Ex. Bun.
S. E. BUROESS, D. P. A..
I2o E. Maln St. 'Phone Madlson 455.
f JcMon?i WeilclBW & Potomac B.K
TO AND FROM WASHING TON AND BEYOND.
XiCaWQ rUohmond.
?4.60 A.M. lirr* St. Sta.
?6.20 A.M. Bird St.Sta.
?6.46 A.M. MV.a St. Sta.
*8.40 A.K. 51 jrd SU SU.
' i 2.Gi iioo,*. itrra at. Sta.
t4.00P.'?. Brr.St.Sta.
i_.j_P.M.KlbaHt_tlon.
*6.J6 P.M. Maln SU 8ta.
?8.20 P.M. Brrj St. Sta.
Arrlve Rlchmond
?7.60A.M. BTr-.-it.Sta. ,
311.26 A.M. Elba Statloa. !
U1.36 A.JI. BjrdSUSta. I
?1.12 I'.H.JIulnSt. Hta. !
*2.-fi P.M. Bjr-St.Sta. !
?7.20 P.M. HvrdSUfita.
?9.00P.M. IJjrd St.Sta.
?10.40 P.M. Maln Ht. Sta.
?12.60 nlnhtBjrdSt.SUi.
ACC0MM00ATIOM TRAINS-WEEKDAYS.
I Leave Ilrrd SU Sta. 1.30 P.M. for Frederleksbnrg. I
l Lea-re ECba Sta. 7.,'iO A.M.,G..1(i I'.M. for Ashland
I Arrlve Brrtl SU Sta. 8.25 A.M. from Frpderlchsb'r.
-irlTC Elba Kta. 0.40 A.M.,6.30P.M.fromAihl.na;
i -'Daily. fWeekdays. gSundays only.
AU tralaa ta or from Bytd Street Statioi
' (ezc/ept traina leaving 4.50 a. m. and arriviag
tt.50 night) stop at Elba. Time of arrlvala an?
, "?tpartures not guaranteed. Read thc signs.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
S;<K> A. 1 Dally?i ast. traina 10 Old Poiut,
4:00 1'. *\ Newport Newa and Narfolk.
j 1:40 A.?Dally. Locai to No*vi?ort Newa.
5:00 P.?Daily. Local to Old PoInU
! 2:00 P. j Dally?LouUviile and Clnclnnatl
i 11:00 P. ? Pullmana.
4:46 P.?Daily. "St- Louls-Chl.-*~o 8peclal."
Pullmana.
i E:?0 A.?Dally?Charlotteavlilo. Week days
?Hlnton.
, 6:15 P,?Week aays. Local 10 Gordonsville.
i 10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg, Lex.. C. Forge.
?? 6:15 P.?Week daya. To Lynchburg.
TRALNS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
; Local from Eaat?S:25 A. M., 7:_ P. M.
' Through from Eaat?11:36 A. M-, 6:_ P. M.
j Locai from West??S:30 A. U? 8:50 A. lf.,
1:20 P. M.
1 Through??:00 A. M.. 2:46 p. Jt
j James Rlver Llne-?8:*_ A M.. 6:U P. M.
Richniood and Petersburg Electric Railwa)
! j Cars leave Manchester, Sevcnth nnd Ferry
Streets, for Petersburg*.
'6, 7. S. *0. 10, 11. '12 A. M.. 1, 3. *3. 4. 5,
' I ??5:45. ??. 7. S, "9. lo P. M.
I 11:00 P. M. for Chester, 12.00 mldnight for
? j Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of -ycamoro
I Street, for Manchester:
? 615. 6:33. "7:15, *":35. 8:35. 9:35. ?10:35, 11:36
: A M., 12:36, '1:33. 2:35, 3:35, '4:35, 6:33. 6:35
1 1 '7:33. 3:33. 9:35, '10:40, 11:40 P. M.
* : 'Carrles baggage and express.
' j ??Limlted. except Sundays and holidaya.
I All cars from Petersburg eonnect wlth cars
_ ] for Rlchmond.
j! Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALI, RAIL LINK TO NORFOLK.
' Schcdule iu Effeci October 2, 1910.
1 ? _eave Byrd Street Station, Rlchmond, FOR
? ;-K3RFOLK: ,l):00 A. M.. '3:00 P. M., *4:10 P.
' ; M.
, FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST:
j '6:15 A. _.. '9:00 A. M.. '3:00 P. M., ?3:2(
y . P. M.
t! Arrlve Rlchmond from Norfolk: ?HMO A
r ! M., '6:35 P. M.. '11:20 P. M. From tho West:
0 '6:50 A. M., a2:(0 P. M., b:':13 P, M., 6:05 P
: M.. '9:00 P. M.
i "Dally. aDaily, ex. Sunday. bSundaj only.
r j Puilman. Parlor and Sleeplng Cars. Cati
- I Dlning Cars. C. H. BOSLET.
'? '. *_*. B. BEVILL, D. P. A., Richmond, aV.
d ! G. P. A., Roanoke. Va,
r ' _________?,
RICHMOND AND C'HESAFEAKE BA
RAILWAY COMPANY.
0 Schedule of electrlc tralns to and fron
' Ashland, stopplng at Intermedlate statiom
i upon aignal: Lv. Rlchmond (Broad anc
I Laurel Sts.): 6:06b. ?7:10. S:10b, 9:10b, "10:10
" 11:10 A. M.: 1:10. 2:10. 3:10, 4:10b, 5:10, 6:20
7 10 S:10b. 10:10, 11:45 P. M. Lv. Aahland
?5*55 ':00b. S, Sb, 10. "11 A. M.. ?12 M., ?'l
2, 3. 4. 5b. 6, 7, 8. 9b. 11 P. M.
?Dally except Sunday. "Sunday only.
bCarriea baggage.
SEABOARD ATR LINE.
Southbound tralns scheduled to leave Rlch?
mond dajly: 9:10 A. M.-Local to Norllna
Ralelgh, Charlotte. Wllmington, 1:20 P. M.
Sleepers and coachea, Atlanta. Birmingham
Savannah. Jacksonville and Florlda polnta
10-50 P, M.?Sleepers and coaehes, Savannah
Jacksonvllle. Atlanta, Birmingham anc
Meznphis. Northbound tralns scheduled tc
arrlve Richmond daily: 5:3' A. M.. 5:05 P
M., 6:10 P. M.
SReal ?_rate tor _$>aU.
$29 to
$149
A Kew Higher
$5 or $10
Down
50c a Week
Brookland Terrace
Situ'ited on Ladies' Milo ltoad, just
off North Avenue. Tako Glrl ter Park
Tiollev: Ket oft' ut Stop IS; 5u, ear fare
ISlegant locatlon. Best |.eo|.l.*. Ni
iiiterest or taxeu for tw* ri&rs- , ll
per L'ont. dlscaurit for cash. Fre_ lots
ln basp of (loath. Ton centa a WB.6K
!f glok or out of work.
A cUuloe hou.10 <>n property t? h<
Holil ou ensy imyaiielal plnn.
FREE CARS DAILY
AT 'J P. M.
J. \V. Wll-Bl'h LANll CO.
;:?! N. So venth st. Open ovenlngs.
IXcal <E5-.tate tor 3A?nt.
!?*()!( KKNT.
3303 IIANOVIOH STRKKT.
ln iierfei*! nrdi'i*. nnd cun be iviit<>.
ut. redut'cil ront. This i* U V9.?'_ tl?
slrablo h.iiiio. \vilh ull oonvolileiicos
Call tiuick.
C, L, & II. 1.. DKNOON,
821 lOiiKt Muln Streot.
ICO 11 RBNT.
No. 319 N. 27th Street
Nico live-i'ooin sooond tlut, wlth tnod
ern convotiion.jos, und at niodorati
tont. W. aY. OOWK &. _ON.
WANT IIHAIHIUARTERS
TAKEN TO PORTSMOI'TTI
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Wnshlngtnn, D. G? November 17,?
BiiBlnesa men of Norfolk and Ports?
mouth aro renewlng thelr efforts to
havo the headqiiflrters of the flfth
Mghthouse dlstrict removed from Bal?
tlmore to Portsmouth. Cnmmltteea of
thn Boards of Tradn of the two Vir.
glnla cltles asked tlio commlssloner of
ltghthbuses for a conference. Alvnh
II. Martln, Republican national com
mlttneman for Virginla, heads the del?
egatlon, nnd hls Influence wlth tho va?
rious departments at Wash'ngton ^ias
long heen establlshed. lie wlll put
forth p.r-ery effort to have thn hnad
quartnrs moved to Tidewater Virginla.
auttton ftiflleg, jruture ?apa
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
Renl Estate Agents and Auctloneers.
' TRUSTEE'S SALE
THREE FRAME RES1DENCES,
SEVEN ROOMS EACH.
NOS. 1420-1422 WEST CLAY, NEAR
BOWE STREET,
AND
? NO. 3 MULBERRY STREET,
BETWEEN MAIN AND CARY.
TUESDAY', NOVEMBER 22,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.. 1910.
By virtue. of a deed of trust to the
kndorslgned trustoc, dated June 1,
lflOi), recorded ln tho clerk's offlce ot
tho Chancery Court. of the clty ot Rlch?
mond, D. B. 202 D, page 233, to secure
tho payment of the sum of money
thereln mentloned, and default havlng
been made, and belng requlred by the
beneflclary so to do, the trustee wlll
proceod to sell on tho above day and
hours, commencing on Clay Street, the
property descrlbed ln sald deed, as
follows: Nos. lfiti and 14:2 West Clay
Street, and hounded as follows: Be?
ginnlng at a point on the north line
of West Clay Street 80 feet east of
Bowe Street, thence runnlng eastward
ly and fronting on sald north line of
Clay Street 10 feet. and back between
pat-allol llnes 220 feot to an alloy; also
tho frame dwelllng on east. line of
Mulberry Stroet, between Main and
Cary Streets, beginnlng at the north?
ern line of an alley, whlch line is 13'J
feet 9 Inches north of ('ary Street, run?
nlng thence northwardly and fronting
on sald Mulberry Syeet 10 feet wlth
dopth between parallel llnes 227 feet S
Inches.
Tho property wlll bo sold as follows:
Commencing wlth the two houses on
West Clav Street.
The houso on Mulberry Street wlll
be sold Immedlately after the above,
say about 5 o'clock.
TERMS: Cash aa to expense of sale
arid to pay off all taxes. charges and
dues thereon and the sum of $4,SOO,
wlth Interest, and balance ln one and
two years, wlth Interest, secured by
trust deed.
REAL ESTATE SECURITY CO..
Trustee.
N. B.: Arrangements can. be made at
;alo to lend the purchaser money to
comply wlth terms of trust deed on
long and ensv terms.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.,
________^_:_Auctloneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
OF
32 3-4 ACRES OF LAND. MORE OH
LESS. NEAR TO AND IM-MEDIATE
LY NORTH OF THE TOWN OI
ASHLAND, VA., ON R.. F. & P. R. R.
The improvements thereon consist ol
a new two-story twelve-room fram<
resldence. wlth modern Improvements
a new barn. carrlage house. chickei;
house. wood house, dalry house, *pa
clous new concrete cow barn and n
two-room frame tenant house. Thls
Is a very dcsirable aereage property
wlth bright pro.spects, and affords n
rare opportunlty to all persons want
ing a good Investment.
In cxecut'on of a deed of trust, date<l
May 5. 1910. recorded ln Deed Book ">3
page 79. Hanover county clerk's office
I will, ;>t the .request of the beneflcla
ries thereln, default liavincr been made
in the payment of a portlon of the In
debtedness thereby secured, sell a
auction. on the premlses, on
TUESDAY*. NOVEMBER 22. 1910,
at 3 o'clock p. Mi, the real estate de
scribed In said deed.
TERMS: Cash.
STONEWALL J. DOSWELL,
Trustee.
By Edward S. Roso Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE
OF A
TRACT OF LAND CONTAINING 2'.
Al'RES, WITH A SMALL FRAME
DWELLING THEREON, ABOill
SEVEN MILES NORTH OF RICH?
MOND AND NEAR TIIE BROOK
TL'KNPIKE.
Bv virtue of the below mentloned
decree, we will sell by auction In fronc
of tlie Henrlco Circuit Court house. oil
MONDAY, THE 21ST DAY' OF
NOVEMBER, 1910,
at 12 o'clock M., tho property located
., as above. The steady rlse ln the value
i of land in thls growing section con
llrms us in tlie bellef that any one
i purcliasing this tfract wlll ln the neat
i future reallze a good proflt therefrom
l| TERMS: One-ahlrd ln cash. the resi
due in slx and twelve months, and tc
be evldenced by notes of the. purchasei
or purchaser*;, wlth 6 per cent. pel
annum added and the title to the prop?
erty to be retalned untll the wholt
purchase money shall have been pak
and a conveyance dlrected by tlu
court, or for all cash, at the optlon o:
the purchaser.
ALBERT O. BOSCHEN,
L O. WENTJENdURG,
Special Commlssloners.
EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY,
Auctloneers.
ln the Circuit Court of Henrlco county
J H. Wlnfrev, who sues, vs. Charle:
E. Nunnally, administrator. et als.
Decree oi" November 4. 1910.
The bond requlred of the specia
commlssloners by thla decree has beei
duly given
SAMUEL P- WADDILL, Clerk.
November 15, 1910.
By Pollard & Bagby.
COMMISSION ER'S SALE
OF
NO. 1118'NORTH TWENTY-SEVENTI
STREET. A NEAT, DETACHEI
HOUSE, CONTAINING SIX ROOMS
LOT THI RTY (30) BY ONE II UN
DRED AND FORTY (140) FEET.
ln executlon of a decree of thi
Chancery Court of tlio clty of Rich
mond, Va., entered Novembor 17, 191D
ln tho suit of Mabel 11. Duesbuory e
al. vs. Geo. E. Gornto et nl., I wlll sol
at publio auction, on the promlses, oi
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 33, 1910,
at 4:30 o'clock, the above mehtionet
property. Tlie house is in falr condl
tlon apd thu lot ls extra nlce one.
TERMS: One-third cash and balanc
ln two ii.u.il lnslalments at slx am
twelve months aftor date, wlth liiter
est, etc, or all cash. at the optlon Q
purchasor. JOHN 13, WELSH,
Special Coninilssloner.
1 eertlfy that the bond requlred o
ilhe speeltili coninilssloner haa boer
duly given. .
CHAS, O. SAVILLE. Clerk.
By N. W. Bowe & Son.
Real Estate Auctloneera.
Attractive Monumen
Avenue Lot
ON SOUTH SIDE. BETWEEN LOM
BARDY STREET AND ALLEN
AVENUE, AT ACTION ON
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910.
AT 4:80 O'CLOCK P. M
Wo wlll sell, on tlie prnmlana, th!
beautlful,- well located lot, sttuuti-d ln
tffaen the Stuart apd Lee Mnnunieiii
and adjolnlng thu now veslduitce of l.)
E. ,1. Moseley. Jr. It fronts 30 fe*t an
runs buck 150 foot to a broad ulley.
TERMS; Liberal u\d at sale,
[
Residcnts Tcrrorized and Sev**
eral Animals Attacked.
Other News Notes.
[Speclal tn The Tlmoa-Dlspntch. 1
Wlnchester, Va.. November 17.?Half
a dozen or moro mad dogs runnlng at
largo hnve terrorl?ed resldents of l.*>
hunon Church ancl Flaher's Hlll act:
tlons of Shenandoah county, and all
who venture out have armed them
solVes wltli guns, revolvnra nnd clubs.
Some of the rabld canlnes have heen
killed. but they liave bltten others.
nnd the scare ls spreadlng. Edward
Mauray was badly liltten hy a dog
whlcli nlso blt two of hla cows. Sev?
eral horses have heen hltten, and lt
wns necessary to kill them and tlie
cows. County authorltles liave nntl
tle.l school patrons to guard all chll?
dren golng to nnd returnlng from
school.
When Oeorge Washlngton .Tohnson,
ag*ed seventy, heard tliat hls son, Wal?
ter Leo Johnson, intended to marry
Mlss Mary 13. Keckley, In Wlnchester
to-day, he sent a message to Mrs. Eli_a
Avery to come along, and a doublo
ceremony was performed at tioon. at
Sablc Flat, by Rev. John Henry Par
lett, of Unlted Brethren Church.
Mrs. Mary 0. FItcli. wldow of Adol
phtis P. Fltch, and daughter of PanleX
L. ITartman, of Hackwood Farm, died
to-day at her home in Wlnchester,
aged nlncty-three. She leaves two
daughters und one son.
Mrs. John Carlisle died to-day at liep
borno ln Berryvllle; aged stxty-threa
yenrs. She leaves her husband. tltnoo
daughters, flvc sons and one brother,
Jesse I.upton, of Berryvllle.
Miss Ilumphrny I.o.vl. daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. 3. Ct. Levl, nnd Robert
Armlstcad Colston were marrled In tlio
Berryvllle Baptlst Church thls even
' Ing by Ttev. Julian Broudhls. After
! an extonded tour tliey wlll live on
Groom's Farm, near Eerryvillc.
JHegal &otitt&
VIRGINIA? IN THE CI/BRK'S OFPICH
OF TIIE CIRCUIT COURT FOB THH
COUNTY OF HANOVER. IN VACA
TION. NOVEMBER 14, 1'JlO:
Virginia S. Sempk, Mary C. Bur
well and Charles Burwell, her hus?
band: Willlam Ilartwell Macon.
Mary Sayre Johnston an.l Nat B.
Johnston. her husband: Carter
? Braxton ' Tomlln. Harrlson Ball
Tomlin, Edmonia _*, Maupin and
Jamea F. Maupin. her husband, and
Robert XV. Tomlin.Plaintirl'g
vs.
! W. A. Qampbell, oxeeutor ot the last
will and testament of John 11.
Tomlin, deceased: the Trustees of
the General Assembly of the Pres?
byterlan Church ln the Unlted
? States, and Lelia S. Braxton,
Defendants
In Chancery.
, The objoot of this sult is to ohtuin
an accpuntlng from W. A. Campbell.
.the executor ef John H. Tomlin, for
I the personal property l.equeathed ln
'the will of Elizabeth H. Tomlin to
, the said John 11 Tomlin for hls llfe
? time; to havo the will oi' said John
H. Tomlin declared null and volil so
far as the same alternpts to bequeath
said personal property* to the de?
fendant, the trustees of the General
Assembly of the Presbyterlan Church
in the United States; and to rceover
the sald personal property, or lts
value, for the plaintlff-.
An aflldavit havlng been made that
tbe sald defendant, the trustees of tho
General Assembly of the Presbyterian
Church in the Unlted States, Is not a,
resident of this State. it is hereby re
(Julred to appear wlthln fifteen days
after due publlcatlon hereof and do
what is necessary to protect its inter?
ests. I
Teste: C. XV. TAYLOR, Clerk.
ROBERT -XV. TOMLIN. p. q.
A copy?Teste:
C. XV. TAYLOR, Clerk.
Commonwealth of Virginia.
To the Sheriff of the county Of Han?
over, Ureeting:
We command you, as we have here
tofore done, that you summon the
trustees of the'General Assembly oi
the Presbyterian Church ln the Unlted
States, a corporation, to appear in the
clerk's oiiico of our Circuit Court of
Hanover county at the rules to be
holden' for sald court, on the THIRD
MONDAY in DECEMBER, 1910. to an?
swer a blll ln chancery exhibited
against. it and others by Virginia S.
Semple, Mary C. Burwell and Charles
Burwell, her husband; Willlam Harl
well Macoh, Mary Sayre Johnston and
-.Nat B. Johnston, hor husband; Carter
Braxton Tomlin. Harrlson Ball Tomlin.
: I Edmonia f\ Maupin and James F,
ij Maupin, her husband. and Robert W.
Tomlin. And havo then and there thi3
writ.
Witncsa, C. W. Taylor, clerk of our
said court, at hls oltlce, the Uth day
of November, 1010. In the 135th year
of our foundatlon.
Teste: C. W. TAYLOR. Clerk. ?
ROBERT XV. TOMLIN, p. Q.
A copy?Teste:
C. XV. TAYLOR, Clerk.
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
VIRGINIA ?IN THE CHANCERT
COURT OF THE CITY OF RICH?
MOND:
Capltol Savings Bank, Inc, whlch
sues, etc.Plaintlff
vs
E. Hm-vte Speiice's Adminlstratrlx..
et als.Defendants
(Extract from decree entered on Octo?
ber 14. 1-10.J
??? ? * *|'he court dotb adjudge. or?
der and decree that this caus?* be re?
ferred to Edwln M. 1'ilcher, one of the
commissloners ln chancery of this
court. who is dlrected to Inquire and
report to the court as follows: ? ? *
"THIRD. A settlement of the ad?
ministration accounts of the estate of
the sald ELIAS HAKVIE SPENCE, de?
ceased. by sald BESS1E A SPENCE, his
adminlstratrlx.
"FOURTH. What debts nre stlll ow?
lng by thc .-slate of the said ELIAS
IIARYIH SPENCE. deceased. to whom
payable, their nature, amounts and
respectlvo prlorlties. * * *
"Before proceeding to execute these.
inquii'les, the said couiinissioner is
heroby dlrected to glve notice of tbe
time and place flxed on bv him for
executing thls decree. to the parties
or their counsel, and to said guardian
ad litein an.l il?.> by publishing notice
Of tln* third arid fourth items of thls
reference once a week for four 8UC
cesslvu weeks in some newspaper of
general circulatltui, publlshed 'n the
clty of Hichmond. which uot'ce or
publlcatlon shall be equlvalent to per?
sonal serviee thereof on tho credltors
Of K1.1AS IIARVIE SPENCE. deceased."
Ofllce o( Coninilsaionor,
Edwln AI. Pllcher.
liooiu ?D>. Mutual Bulldlng.
Rlchmond, Va. Novemher lt. 1910.
To -ill credltors? of iclias HARViE
Sl'EWK. deceased:
T_Uc notice that l have ftxed upon
Iho mi'll DAY OF DECEMBER. 1'MO.
ai 10 ..'clock A. M.. u" tlu* iliite, und
my ..flle nforesaid. as tbe place, for
executing the decree t'rom whlch tho
toregolng is au extract.
Glven under- my hand as couimu
sloner ln chancery of the Chancery
Court iif the city ?f Kichmond, the day
and \.ar above written
I'DVYl.V M. I'lU.'HEU, '
Commissloner in Chancery, '
WISE & ClHOHEliTER und
JNO. OAKLAND 1'OLUARD, o <*?

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