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Want Ad. Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD when
eaid in advance. No Ad. taken
for leaa than TEN CENTS.
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
when phoned in or charged at the
counter. _
Classification not guaranteed
after 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINEtiSCONTRACTSJ
Phone Monroe 1 for tha WANT
AD. MAN to calL
KOfiit anu ,1f ouriiL
^JH-fT^MXhU^l^Al^ClitAC&^X^
tan beagle hound, wlth whlto feet;
htBt seen on Cary Street Road. Ho
w.trd. XV. tl, MARTIN. 82 f Chltm
i-troet. Phone Monroe 11 ^.Zj_
L08TVI6 BIDI/.ON THIRD biKbtrv,
between Franklln anrl Cary, or Cary to
Fifth .Street: P.eward It returned to
iil Bouth Fifth, or phone .Madlson
7183.__
btrayed, "november so. from
1216 l'loyd Avonue, whlto .Better,
wlth yellow Bpots: answefa to tho
namo of Hanco. Reward tf returned
to above wdflrop.1'.
?jyeip ua&uuucd. Ma.it..
wXntet"C**':^"g"ood ASSIrrrAN^rftEO
isterod druggist at once. Apply to
FLSHER & REED'8 I'HAK.d.v'-1 .
Cape Charles.*"V_. _____
VVA NTED, ElNOT YFE MACtUN IST
operator. Address 11 410, care Tlmes
Dispatch.
?
AMBITIOUS YOUNG MEN TO BE
como traveling aalesnitn; experlence
. unnecessary: wrlte Ior ps?.rticulars.
BRADbTREET SVSTEM, Rochester,
N. Y._?_,
JWANTBD, SEVERAX BRIQHT,"eNER
Ketle young njen between ages 18
und 21 for office work. Apply in own
liandwrltlng, stating age, experlence
and references, to F 411!, caro TImes
Dlspatch
?WANTED, WHITE BOY TO LEARN
barber trade. 004 West Broad.
"WANTED, BR1GHT YOUNG MAN Aft
fl-.'Slstont. ln tlro depot. must have
soma knowledge of shorthnnd and bc
wllllng to work. Apply 1613 West
Broad Street. Bring referoncca.
bBNTIST~WANTED, REGlbTE 11E D
dentlst at onee; salary no object
to rlght party. Apply or wrlt.j to
27 Granby Street, Norfolk, Va.
(WANTED. AN EXPERIENCED BOOK-1
keeper and oincc man: must be sober
and depcndable. Address, givlng par
tlculars, age. references and salary
expected, A 42*. care Tlmos-Dlspateh.
WANTED. EXPERIENCED COLOK?
Janltor; best references requlred. Ad?
dress G 421. caro TlmeH-Dispatcn._
[WANTED, AN EXP E~RI_Jh!CiSD
veneer cuttcr on Tltus make ma?
chine: must know how to cut good
venoer and koep up nia own maeninc.
Address PLANTEUS Mi-"G. CO-, 1'ort
Norfolk, Va
[WANTED, CYLINDER PREB.S FHUBD
or?; experlenco necessary. Apply
WILLIAMS PRINT1NG CO., 11-15
North Fourteenth Street, ltlchmond,
Va._
WANTED, A MAN WHO HAS lt.\l3
experlence ln making spllt baslcets.
FLANTERS MFG. COT, Port Norfolk,
Va.
A YOUNG MAN. WITH St;\biu_
? years" ?i-perience ln general oltlce
work, desires position where ablllty
and lntegrlty will merlt advance
ment: can . handio correspoaoenco
ahd typowiiter; references furnished.
Address A 432. care Timcs-Ulepatcn.
aPF.CIALTY SAEESMAN; SOMETH1NG
NEW; KOME'iHING EASY; ?6 PER
DAY TO ORDINARIEK: $10 PER
IjAY TO GOOD MEN; *15 PER DAf
TO HUSTIiERdJ ACT QUICK. S1M
PLEX SALEfl CO.. 208 COMMON
WEALTH BANK BUILDLNG.
YOU" ARE WANTED FOR GOVERit
tnent position; 980 month; wrlte for
list ol pusiuons opeu. _\BAN___J?
INST1TUTE. DepL 397-A. Rochester.
N. Y.
LISTEN* IF YOU HAVE PLENTY OF
20th century hustlo, a good -ducatlon
and charaeter, and a little cash, we
want you to help us manage a well
?stablished, incorporated manufac
turing busdness; good sal-ry: good
proftt: a homo enterprise, offlcered
Ijv the best men of thls clty; nothing
ll'ko it ln the South; only one man
wanted; answer quick. Address A
278, caro TImes-Dlspatch
?J^ttu u^iuuuu, jreuiuie.
others need apply; must havo good
references; room on place. Apply
2327 Grove Avenue, Clty.
WANTED; A GOOD WOMAN OR GIRL
to cook and clean; good wages. MKS.
E. K. VTETOR, G??antte, Va._
WANTED, AN'EXPERIENCED HOUSE
rnald. Apply after 12 o'clock noon
2702 Monument Avenue.
GIRLS WANTED AT ONCE TO EABEL
bottles. Apply aX. STRAUS, GUNbi.'
& CO.'S, Tenth and Cary._
rw \nteT), woman to cook and
clean for small famlly. 2110 Grove
Avenue.
[WANTED, A FIRST-CEASS COLORED
cook; none 6l"her apply. Phone COR
; PEEW'S.
'PALESWOMEN WANTED?WE HAVE
/ posltions for many experieneed and
' lnexperienced women ln all depart?
ments. Thoso who want posltions
. for a few weeks only can flnd proftt
ji able employment. Apply MILLER
&. RHOADa
I
1TOUNG "WOMEN "WANTED?MILLP^R
& RHOADS have doslrable vacancles
for Intelligent young women. Apply
at onco, Main Office.
FROM NOW ON UNTIE CHRISTMAS
Miller & Rhoads wlll be glad to have
the services of severai Intelligent,
young women, wlth or wlthout ex?
perlence, as saleswomon ln various
departments, Apply MILLER <_
RHOADS.
?^ituattonsi OTanteb, jFemale.
fex'P_RlEN*CED^
oughly competent stoncgraphor de
fitres position; famlllar with legal.
bank, wholosule, rallway itfid gen?
eral ofllco work; llrut-class rofer
encos. Address, stating salary, Q
422, care Tlmoa-Dlspate.h.
;^*ant_Jd^?^"^^aV*_rc^NlBl5cT_TT_
traveling representatlve for the
Htates* of Vlrglnla and West Vlrglnla
for high-grade taUor'ingMine. Ad?
dress THE EAUER.C?.',. .-ticoessors
toE. E. Hitya-&- Co.. jO|n^2_l______;
: ^pnuia'P-vSsd-i. at'jB;. X-'it*'c ,:-nm:s.
Fbl^AEETA^VEi^TBI^^^^
year-old polhter dog, AdUi'eas Box,
. 188, Houston, "Va,. ..,
toitmttoM tt'mttu. 0la.lt.
K8mbr^f^ttt<TrteAX^iiT<<fp'
rtAto mlltor, posltlon aH head rniuer
on a salary or a part. of what the
mill makns, or would rcnt. a _??d
mlll. Addresa W. H. BUKNJ-TT,
122A Tn-nwell Avenue, Roanoko, Va.
VANTED, BY A YOUNG MA>T ^
yoars of ago, a robIUoii as aaalst.-nt
bookkeoper or collector; don't u?o
tobacco or lntoxlciint.<!; ani not ttfrttld
ut work, and willing to accopl niod
erat. Halary to begln wlth; can fur?
nish bond If required. Address Ii 120,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
iOOT. K B E PE rtr{28); SEVEN YEAH8'
experience ln doublc and slnglo on
try bookl-eeplng, audlt work and
clements of coat aceounting, doslrea
permanent poaltlon wlth somo pfp*
greBSlvo house only; at present cm
pioyed, Address B 422, care Tlmos
DlBpatcH.
?OM peTtbnt YOUNG MAN1 VVANXa
posltlon; slenogtapher, asatsumt
bookkeeper, clerk, collector, or BO
licltor in real ostate, Insurance or
mercantlle buslnesK; now ln ra.ilr.__
offlce. Addresn B 133, care T-lmes
Dlepat-h. _ _?_
?hii.i. -nm ii un ??____________________?_
$3vo--_?ional ?)elp ?_lant--J._
vantedT^at 5NC_v^*rTBS-l-_i-i3
wlth flrst and second grade cortiil
cates for one-room rural Hchools.
R. W. CRIDLIN', Manager Vlrginia
Teachers' Bureau, South Rlchmond,
Va._
$elp, iHai- ani $tmalt.^
va n f k f) T Si a'n" 6 iT~ u'oSia?P to'd
rlerlcul work in offlre In Btnall town;
good buslness hand required: state
age. qunllncations and salary ex?
pected; either permanent or tempo
rary nmployment. Address L -16,
care Times-Dispatch. _
[email protected]_rtne?tf ?pportumncs. _
__5Q__ a tV _--N_5__5-_5^3_3lt^_-_i
to tenant3. J. A. CON.nELL. & CO.
iVANTED, __EN. OV rDBAS WHO HAV B
?oiijo lnventlve ablilty. GREELEY ...
McINTYRE. Patent Attorueya. Wash
ingion, D. C
PARTY WITH BUSINESS EXI'ERI
onco and several thousand dollars
wlshes to Kecurc an interest ln sonie
good buslness; jtnawcra conddentlal.
Addrcys A 431, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
?OU RENT, AN AUTOMOBILE RE
palr shop, wlth onglnc and ahaftmg
iittacbed to a large garage, to a re
rrponsible party, at a reaaonable
price. Apply io W. M. BATTEN, -la'
West M_in.
MONEY LOANED RELIABLE PEO
ple. 310 uuwards, able to uavo $1 or
more: aoumulate $100 to $5,000 and
buv a home. COMMERCIAL Ui.AK.
ANTEE CO? Bankers, 28 North Nlntii.
Coal anb W&oob.
-biv_-__l-i nTOe, b_C_^w1ot_>j"-n_A_5_
for otove; dlrect 'from farm to your
Ilreside. at ii per cord. Phone Madi?
son 1059-J.
_T*t. "long~iF"the WOOD MAN ALI
over Richmond and BUburbs. oecaust
he sell- so much wood; oak. plne
hlckory or slabs prepared to suit
every stove and firepiace: try th?
leader. Yard. 1508 West Broad
I'hone MadUon 108a.
YOU CAN GET THE FINEST HH'i
ory stove wood ln th?. clty by phon
tng your order to VA.-N. O W.._._J.
CO., Madlson 411.
_uT_Tty and quantTty are
guaranteed from u_. Wo have o*k
p!n? or Blab wood. and our pricei
are right. We pleas. evcrybody
Phone Madison GS13. NORTH CARO?
LINA WOOD AND COAL CO., 821
Brook Av.nue.
itUat ?$tatt tor &-nt.
FOit~R_N.r-IX^RObirROi;^E.'PXlR'
csount Helghta; Burrell Street. Ap
ply FAIR.VOl.'NT DRUO STORE.
RESULTS TO L__NDl-ORDS?SBRVIC2
to t.nants. J. A. CON.N ELL. & -O
FOR RENT, 107 ALLEN" AVJ_'NUE
tho linest new house in West End
every convenlcnce; ?3J per month
Monroe :C.G3._
NO. 6-0 NV^E-T^BROAD STREET. LV
cludlng (lxtures. siabic, etc; J50 pei
month; a iiist-class locatlon for gro.
cery. J. a. connelly & co.
BROAD STREET STORE; NO. -0'.
West; new and modern, with twe
flats above; very reasonablc. J. A
CONNELLY & CO._
FOR RENT, FROM JANUARY 1. HOUSE
2233 West Graco Street; nine rooms
ull modern Improvementa; party leav
Ing towu. Address P 415, care Times
D-lspatch.
_A,ai <?5ta.E iou __>ate.
_=oiT^lA__-7^iS?^^
farm in Sussex county. with betweer
six and eight million feet of tlmber
enough cleared land for five horses
a portion ln excellent pasture; a gooc
fish pond; houso with seven rooma
three closets and basement, wltl
four rooms; stabie and barn; som<
repalrs necessary; wlll sell both lant
and tiniber, or tlmber alone; threi
miles from two depots. ApplJ
"OWNER," Llttleton, Va._
RESULTS TO L-VNDLORDS?SERVIUi
to tenants. J. A. CONNELLY & CO.
FARMS AI-ID TIMBER LANDS; OUI
new catalogue contalns 400 farm:
and tlmber lands; best bargains li
Vlrginia. I pay your rallroad fare
Writo for free catalogue. Addres
J. R. ELAM, J_ox 287, Charlottesvills
Va._
A RARE CHANCE TO BUY A _____
or mlll dlrect from the owner; u<
reasonable offer refused; 484 acres
buildings and timber; on good road
near j-ailroad; sixteen miles fron
Richmond.
08 ACRES, BUILDINGS AND TIMBER
on rallroad; twenty-nvo miles fron
clty; large steam grlst mill, at depot
splendid building and machlnery
also sawmlll at one-tl_rd of cost.
5S-ACRE FARM; NEAR RAILROAD
has buildings; corno and see me i
vou want a bargaln. W. C. SCHROE
DER, Owner, 1301 East Main Streel
second floor._
FARM BARGAINS?GARRETT & Ct
?7,500?3GG ACRES; CLOSE TO DEPOI
convenlont to Richmond; 60 acres i
hlgh state cultivation; balanco 1
wood and timber; large, new dwell
ing; several large outbulldings; a
in excellent conditlon; entlre fan
fenced; good terms.
$3,500?_5 ACRES; 2Vj MILES OUT Oi
excellent road; good buildings. Thi
is. very rlch land. Soe it qulck.
STORE AND LIVERY FOR SALE O:
exchange; ln large town; monthi
business from $1,000 to 11,500; wl
sacrlfleo to qulck buycr.
52,500?321! ACRES, IN ALBEMARL
county, Thls land lles gently rolltn
to the south; would mako a dand
fruit farm; 100 acros cleared; bu:
anue in oak and hlckory of B-C
value. ,Speculation,
$800?200 ACRES; CLOSE TO RIVE
and good town: land lles well, an
'is in good conditlon; some tlmbe
Speculatlon.
$b.000?FLOUR MILL; WELL EQUU
pad; best water powor in Vlrglnii
no competltlon; sacrlfleo lo qulc
Imyer.
$3',U00?STORE AND 20 ACRES; A
depot; $7,000 annual buslness; IU
locatlon. Seo us before buying.
v\ll pav you. GARRETT & CO., 10(
East Main._
A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE?W
lmve a lot, 150 foet front, on W_s
hampton car Hne, not far from tl
now Country Club, 475 foot doo
which faoes two avenuea, and on
i-oiner; hlgh and dry; a lumullfi
locatlon for a honio; electric ligh
und aewevago, Soo ua about thla ar
price; AMOS <_ POINDEJ-TEB,'IU
East _Ialn'Str.e-t<
DAILY PUZZLESi
What poet?
answeii vo YESTF.nriAY'ft r _r,zi.B.
Illplane.
_CFor &al_.
H_1f?_8"',"fT5*'"*T?fH^
week or month; also for sale or ex
rhnnge. W. A. JONES, 305 East
Canal Street.
FOR SALE, A HANDSOME LLOSED
carrlago and harness; also a top
buggy and harness, 1020 West
Franklln.
FOR SALE, COMBINATION COAL AND
wood atove (good). 2403 Grove Avo?
nue.
FOR SALE, COMPLETE SET OF BANK
fixtures; good as new; at a bargaln. ; /
Adui 1.. 1 Box 517, Richmond, Va. ; .
HANDSOME MARBLE .MANTEIrfi.AND ! '
marble tile, taken out ot old Post- :
Olllce bullding; prlces low if sold at 't,
once. Call Madlson 0312.
ARE YOU^I^oklNG-FOR A WAGON
of any descriptlon? Call to see us
and we wlll supply you. Largest
otoek and lowest prices In tho clty.
A. MEYER'S SONS, 731 East Cary
Street.
FOR SALE, MOVING PICTURE OUT
flt, complete; cost 517S; wlll take $50.
Address F 417, caro TImes-Dlspatch.
FOR HALE, LOT OF MARBLE ANU
terra cotta tlie- Applv.MAK_.__.
FOHEMAN, Amerlcan Natlonal Bank.
FOR SALE. CHEAP, ONE OAK CH1NA
? prep3, one dlning table and elglit
chalrs to match; thls is handsome
furnlture: wlll sell cheap. Can be
t;een at 233SA West Grace Street.
__ |_ertfdnal_.
Suman TlAliC^auGGin "and $6?o
at HUGHES'S. 209 North Thlrd.
RESULTS TO EANDl.OF.DS~S ERV 1LE
to tenants. J. A. CONNELLY &. CO,
VOUR EVENENQ- A.P.E VALUABLE,
young man; invest them wlth the
lea-Jing buslness school ot the clty;
lf you learn more yoj car. etrn more,
Send or call for catalogue 10-tay.
MASSEY BUSINES? COLUSOE.
MRS. A. .1. PYLE, 313 NORTH FIFTH
Street. leader ln dyeing, cleaning and
renovating ladies' and gentlemen's
tlothlng of every descriptlon; plumes
cleaned, dyed, curled and wlllowed;
lace * curtalns cleaned and tinted;
draperies, carpets and rugs cleaned
or dved; Uuffy rugs woven froni old
carpets; umbrellas covcrcd at short
notice. Phor.o 2522.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR SMITH
field sausage: all pork: young hogs,.
ABSOLUTfc PURITT AND rP.EEDOll ' (
from organic matter?hve gallon? fos . <
25c?Holly Springs Lllhla Water I 1
Phone Monroe 477. <
CGMMUNICATION DES1RED WITH
party advert.sing about two years
ago' for W. I. Withorlngton and
daughter, Roxana, regardinp somo
Engl|r.h property. Address R. XV. M..
2010 West Sevcntcenth Street. Little
Rock, Ark._
^oarbiriff.
boar'dkrs*"*f6r two ^bI-Iai^ifIjl
large rooms. Apply 103 East Graec.
bo^\rder1Tfor desirable room"_"
includlng second story front. 203
East Graca.
WANTED. AT M WEST CbA):
Street. boarders for two large con
necting rooms.
MRS. CHARLES K. BOWEKS, 115
East Franklln: hanlsomely appolnt?
ed rooms, wlth board: large, well
ventllated dlning room, opening on
Second Street; meals by day or week.
boTrdITr? wanted: nice rooms: j
table board a specialty: terms rea?
sonable. MRS. HATCH, 102 East
Franklln.
&oom_ for Eent.
_AR?TirAND'saLA_L, _TE^v"r_:DT^xrR^
nlshed rooms. 710 East Franklln.
402-EAST MAES STREET; NEWLY
furnished, nlce front rooms and
others; uso of phone; translents.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND ONE HALL
room. 107 North Thlrd.
AT 322 EAST FRANKLIN, FIVE NICE
rooms. Phone Madlson 2844-J.
forTrent, TO GENTLEMEN. FRONT
room; steam heat; Grace Street, be?
tween Second and Flfth. Phono
Madlson 2605. _
_flat_ 4_SlanteB.
W^AOT"??^"*^Sf_ir_~A>AR^__^
two heated rooms; between Main and
Broad and Slxth and Jefferaon; state
terms. Address F 414, care Times
Dispatch.
?flat_ for 3B*nt.
THE 6ir?^l^Fl1^t)^^PA^'llS^Sfiy
Company desires to sublet unex
plred loaso for tenants leaving city;
four rooms and bath; corner Frank?
lln and Shafer; llght, heat, telephone
and maid service; exceptionaily de
8lrablc apartment;possesslon De
VVA^irEDpVO'BVy FOR CASH, HUUSE
hold goods ln. any quanttty. Phone
Madison 385E_ _?
YOUNG MEN WANTED TO STUUi
shorthand and typewritlng; great
demand for our graduates; easy sys?
tem; flnest equlpment; reasonable
rates offerod. MASSEY. BUSlNUSd
CULLEGE.
WANTED, A CARROUSEL (MERRV
go-round); must be good and in first
elass condition and cheap for cash.
Address 1* 249, care TImes-Dlspatch.
WANTED. TO BUY SECOND-HAiNO
galvanlr.ed or wood wator tank. C. - ,
JONES, Union Level, Va.
Motiutl. _
t'/i'l&o'G iTapiTy*^^ O
tborot'glily tatr_.it ut reaaoimoie tul
tior rates; day and exoiung sossiona
Telephone, call or wrlta for tiaftl'.u
lttrs. MASSEY BUSlNEaS COL.
LEGE.
WANTED. THE FUBi~3 TO KNOW
that Jahnke Bros., Jewelers. Hi
East Main treet. buy, aell. ex
- change and romount dlamonds id
tbe latest styles. Old gold and sll
ver taken ln- exchange. _?
H>tVE YOU ' EVER~7ri?E_>'' THOSE
.? iluffy rugs mado by us from old car?
pets? Thoy. please the liouaekeepor
und savo money. Look over your
eastaway carpots and soe what you
have that can bo utlllxed Jn thls way.
MRS. A, J, X*YLE, 315 North Flflh
Street;_..
, A TABDE AND Ja_"_VciNA?"'\VATiaR
d [ ' wlthout a peer?-flve gallons for 25c,
0 delivered?llolly Springs Uthlft
1 "Water.. Phone Motiroa 477. ,,
jRimllantousi.
_-_-_-,- _ - --.AKERY'.'
RUJT r*AKES LIKK MOTHKK
httkcd, for '.r?o and ::n< pound; Hprln
prle homn-nindu bread, ealccs nmf
ple_ of all -ortsj MUELLER'& NEW
VORK I-LBCTRtC BAKERY, 110
West Brond Streot._Phone J2B89,
SHOE REI'Al RIN().
5C HALF SOLE MEN'S SttOB-j
ludles*. 60c; chlldren's iOo ..n<i up;
tverv palr sewed. DRKW'o ELl__
T-lIC SHOE FACTORY. U6 East
MaIn. Phone Monroe 26.j7._
MATTRBShES.
AVE YOUR MATTRESSES REMADB
now; sanitary mcthods iij-ed; reliable
work. HYDNOR & HUNDL_Y, ,11
EaHt Broad Street. Madison .'.u4.
- RUB IT OUT.
VHEREVER ACHE OR PAIN 18 LO
catod?atlffness and soreness of rous
clea or jointo?rub ln Frayser.
Great Nerve and Bone Llnlrnent. and
the pain disappeara; the great.st all
round llnlrnent In use for man and
toeast: try lt?don't suffer?here if
the right help; 25c bottles. at drug
jglsts*._
BASKET AND RATTAN WORK3.
07 EAST MARSHALL PHONE MON
roe 7-7. Chalrs caned; all klnds of
chairs repalred; novelties our spe
clalty._
BIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE;
furniture repalred, pollahed and
packed; upholslering, etc. L. N.
ARNALJ-. 31. Brook Avenue. Phon*
6277.
1 ??
i-l-etings.
~_T~??s'TX'rrE'D'^^''u^^r.^lL^^^rAT^Ii^.
_?V of Templo Lodge. No. 9. A. F.
^r\ and A. M., wlll be held In Masonio
'.mple THIS (Friday) EVENING at
:30 o'clock.
Members of sister lodges and tran
ient brothren are fraternally invlted
o unite wlth us.
By ordor of tho Worshipful Mastor.
ALEX. W. ARCHER,
Secretary.
iLtml Hotizts.
IRQINIA?IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TiiE
COUNTY OF HANOVER, IN VACA
TION, NOVEMBER 14. 1010:
Mrginia 8. Sempl-i Mary C. Bur
well and Charles Burwell, her
husband; Wllllam Hartwell Ma
can, Mary Sayro Johnston and
Nat B. Johnston, her husband;
Carter Eraxton Tomlin, Harrisdn
Ball Tomlin, Edmonia F. Maupln
and James F. Maup-.n, her nus
hand, and Robert W. Tom?
lin .PlatiUtti
vs.
,V. A- Campbell, executor of the
last wiil and testament of John
II. Tomlin, deceased; the trustees
of the General Assembly of the
Presbyterlan Churcn in tho
United States, and Lelia S. Brax
ton .Oefendanti
In Chancery.
The object of this suit is to obtaii
n aceounting from W. A. Campbeil
ho executor of Jo*hn H. Tomlin. foi
he personal property hequeathed U
he will of Ellzabeth R. Tomlin to tlu
?ald John H. Tomlin for his lifetime
,o have the will of said Johr. H. Tomln
icclared null and void so far as thi
lame attempta to bequeath said per
lonal property to the defendant. ih
rustees of the General Assembly o
he Preabyterian Church in the Unitci
States, and to rccover the -aicl per
ional proporty, or lta value, for th
jlaintiffs.
And aflldavit having been made tha
he said defendant, the trustees of th
"eneral Assemblv of the Presbyteriai
.hurch in the United State?, is not
-esident of t,hls Sta.te, lt is hereby. re
luired to appear withln nfteen day
after due publlcatlon hereof and d
what is necessary to protcet its ln
terert.
Teste: C. W. TAYLOR, Clcrk.
ROBERT W. TOMLIN. p. q.
A Copy?Teste: C. W. TAYLOR,
Clerlc.
.OMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA?
ro tho Sheriff of the County of Han
over?Greeting:
We conimand you, as wc have here
tofore done. that you summon tho trua
tees of the General Assembly ot tlt
Preabyterian Church in the Unite
States a corporatlon. to appear in th
clerk's offlce of our Clrcult Court of Han
over county, at tho rules to be holden fo
said court on tho thlrd Monday in Dc
cember. 1910. to answer a bill In chan
cerv. exhibited against it and other
by "Virginia S. Semple. Mary C. Bur
well and Charles Burwell, her huabanc
Wiiliam Hartwell Macon. Mary Sayr
Johnston and Nat B. Johnston, he
husband; Carter Braxton Tomlin Hat
rison Ball Tomlin. Edmonia F. Maupi
and James F. Maupln, her husbam
and Robert W. Tomlin. And haye the
aml there this wrlt.
Wltness C. W- Taylor, clerk of ou
sald court. at hls offlce. the 14th da
of November, 1910, in the 135th ye.
of our foundatlon. _
Teste: C. W. TAYLOR, Clerk.
ROBERT W. TOMLIN, p. q.
A Copy?Teste: C. W. TAYLOR,
Clerk.
' COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
VIRGINIA?IN THE CHANCER
COURT OF THE CITY OF RICr.
MOND: _
Capitol Savings Bank, Inc, which
sues. etc.Plainti
vs. .
E Harvie Spence'3 adminlstratrlx
et als.Defendan
(Extract from decree entered on Octi
ber 14, 1910.)
"? * * Tlie court doth adjudge, o:
der and decreo that thls cause be ri
ferred to Edwin M. Pilchor, one ot' tt
commissioners ln chancery' of th
court, who is dirocted to inqulro ai
report to the court aa follows: ? *
"Third. A settlement of the adinl:
istratlon accounts of tho ostato of tl
said Elia.s Harvie Spence, deceased, 1
said Bessie A. Spenco, his admini
"Fourth. What debts are stlll owlr
by the ostato of the sald Elias Harv
Spence, dceeasod, to whom payabl
their nature, amounts and respeoti'
nriorltles. * * * ...
"Before proceedlng to executo the,
Inqulrles, tho sald . commiasioner
hereby dirocted to givo notico of tl
time and place flxed on by him for e:
oxeeutlng this decreo, to the pariies
tholr counsel, and to sald guardt;
ad lltem, and also by publishlng n&ti
of the thlrd and fourth TT-ms of th
reference once a week for four au
cesslve. weeks in some nowspapor
general circulation, publlshed ln t
city of Rlchmond, which notico or pu
llcation ahall be oqul\alent to pe
sonai fcervico thereof oh tho cro-llco
of El/as Harvie Spence, deceased,"
Oflleo of
Cdthral-sioher Edwin M. Pilchor,
Room 618 Mutual Building,
Rlchmond, Vu., November 9, 1910.
To all credltora.of Elias Harvie Spent
deceased:
Take notlce, ihat I havo flxed ttin
lho 12th d"-y ?t December, 1910, ut
o'clock A. M., aa the tlmo, and my offl
aforesaid aa the placo, for exucutli
the decreo from which the foregoti
la an extract.
Glven under my hand as commissio
or in chancery of tho Chancery Con
of tho clty of Rlchmond the day a
year above wrltten.
y EDWIN M. P1LCHER,
CoinmlsKioner in Chancery.
'WLSF, & ClllCHESTER, and
JOHN GARLAND PU-.__.RD. p. q.
gJilantic Citp &"?>?*
GALEN HAlX
AND COTTAGES
HOTEL ANO SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Alw-ytiopo-. Always ready. At1"t'','? b***T<
F. U YQV*iO ?--*> ?.??-??
LASSITER PLAN
Favors , Organization of C'adet
llatlalion in Public
Schools.
DEATH OF AGED MINISTER
New Collector Assumes Office
and Appoints His
Deputies.
Times-Dispatch Bureau,
ina North Sycamore Stroet,
Peteraburg, Va., Decembor 1.
The .School Board last evening adopt?
ed a resolutlon Indorslng Senator Las
sltor's suggestion of tho organlzatlon
of a volunteor cadet battalion among
the boys of tho public schools of Pe?
teraburg, but oltlclally went no fur?
ther for the present. Soveral mem?
bers of the board spoke In hcarty
terms of lndorsemont of the plan. Tlie
board wlll give the matter further and
careful conslderatlon. and ls wllllng to
co-operato in tho plans as far as pos?
slble, but Is not yet fully Batlsfled
? as to lt8 atithorlty and powers in tho
. premises. Publlcly, .Senator Lassltcr's
. suggestions havo recelved wlde ap
I proval and commendatlon, and tho
1 boys of the public schools aro cnthu
? aatic ovor il.
< Sndtlen Deotb of Aged Mlnlster.
' The Rev. F. M*. Edwards. D. D.. aged
. eighty-flvo years, died very suddenly
'last iiight at 11:30 o'clock at the homo
I of hls daughter, Mrs. W. T. Freeman,
at Stony Creek. Ho was strlcken whilo
sitting in his chalr, and had been well
apparently un to the moment of hls
death. Dr. Edwards was one of the
oldest members of tho Vlrglnla Con?
ference. and during; his prlmn wus ono
of Its forcmost and most dlstlngulshpd
mlnlsters. Ho was a hlghly cultured
man. a preacher of great force, and
during his rnlnlstry fllled many of
the most promlnent of the Methodist
churches ln Vlrglnla. For years, how
over, he had been relieved of actlve
work.
Dr. Edwards ls survlved hy two
sons?Clarenco Edwards, a promlnent
lawyor of New Y'ork; Professor How?
ard Edwards. LL. D., of tho Unlverslty
nf Rhode Island?and one dmighter,
Mrs. W. T. Freeman. of Stony Creek.
Tho funeral services wlll bo held
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BUSINESS CHANGE
It is- a pleasure to record the growth
of Rlchmond's mercantlle intcrests. and
moro partlcularly to note some indt
vidual success that calls for special
mentlon.
Of special note i3 tho case of Mr. !
Geo. W. Woodall. of No. 7 East Broad, I
whose rapld and contlnued advance- !
ment has now reached that stage that
reriulres an enlargement of facllltles
to properly care for hls buslness.
The enllsttnent of additlonal capltal
has been effected, and in order to meet
the requirements of thls condition a
monster reorganization sale has been
inaugurated and is now in progress,
advertisement of whlch ls to bc found
ln another column.
By The Valentlne Auctlon Co.,
Auctloneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
STOCK OF _-KTAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES. WAGON. STORE FIX?
TURES. REFRIGERATOR, McCAS
KEY REGISTER, AT 2118 JEFFER?
SON AVENUE, CHURCH HILL,
THIS FR1DAY, DEC. 2, AT 2:30 P. M.
By vlrtue deed of trust dated No?
vember 28, 1910, from Kay & Loake, to
me as trustee, I wlll sell at thelr store.
241S .Tefferson Avenue,
TO-DAY, DEC. 2. AT 2:30 P. M..
their well selected stock of Staple
and Fancv Grocerles, viz.. Condensed
Milk, Baklng Powders, Syrups, Jellies,
Mustard, Canned Peaches, Tomatoes,
Dye, Matches, StarcTi, Teas,. UoK'cets,
Spiees, Pickles, Soaps. Flour, Meal,
Lard, and other Staplo and Fancy
Goods too numerous to mentlon. Fix?
tures conslst of large Coffeo MI11,
Counter Scales, large Refrlgerutor.
Showcases, Counters, Shelvlng, Awn
Ing and Frame. Meat Block, Meat Tools,
Swinging Scales, McCaskey Reglster
tlnd Grooers' Top "Wagon.
HEATII J. RAWLEY.
\ Trustee.
VALENTINE AUCTION CO.,
Auctloneers.
&eal Ctftate for _s>ale.
FOR SALE,
Boulevard--Corner Lot
north of Main Street, ln the growing
sectlon. Price, $65.00 per foot. Easlly
worth much more. Thls Is a sure
money-malcer.
Monument Avenue
between West and Sheppard Streets,
$30.00. See us now.
A Handsorne Dwelling .House
AND SEVERAL BUILDING LOTS
in Wlnchester, Va., wlll be offored for
sale at public auctlon on DECEMBER
10 1010. For partlculars address
R. T. BARTON,
Winchestor, Va.
Richmond, Va.
The most iiiagnlncent hotel Iu the
South. Buropean plan- Rooms singlo
anrl on sulte, wlth nnd wlthout baths.
Spaulous Hiiinpio rooms
Rate. $1.00 per day and upward.
Table d'Uoto Dlnners Saturday and
Sunday ovcnlngs, 0 to 9 o'clock. 51.50
oach. ?_?..?.?, ja>____B_____i__M__i
The Confederate Musuem
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREBTJi
QPJ3N 8 A. M. TO fi P, M,
ADMISSION 25c
turday mornlng at. Btony Creek, and
0 burlal wlll bo in Blandford Cem
iry at 3 o'clock In tho afternoon.
tc Mnthodliit minlfitora of thls clty I
d vlelnlty wlll bc tho pallboarcrs, J
(1 Bovoral of Lhcm wlll ofllclate at
e Hcrvlces. Dr. Edwarda wns ono
the plonoera of tho tcmperanc. work
Virginia. ,
Drnthit nnd Iltrt-B.
The report of the Health Depart
jnt for tho month cndlng Novomber
showa a total of 56 deaths ln tho
ty?whltos, 18; colored, 38. Of the
cedonta 10 wore undor flve years of
;e, 15 of whom whero colored, and
ro were over 80 yoars. Tho coronor
I'tinod 18 deatha. Thero wero two
atha of dlphtherla and seven of tu
iroulosis durlng tho month.
The number of birtha reported to tho i
partment durlng tho month was i
?whltea, 20; colored, 23.
-MUnKK Oulcc. i
Aw Clalborno Wlllson, tho new col
Otor of customs at Petersburg, took
largo of tho offlce to-day, rccoipting
?r property turned over to him by
a predecossor, Wllllam Mahone. Tho |
illoetor appointed all of lho doputiea,
orokeopors, etc, at present on duty, j
1 of-them being undor clvll aorvlco.
Spooner EpeB was mado chlef
;puty; R. Butler Mahone, deputy and
apoetor; R. B. Hall, atorokoopor; E.
. Ennlsa, temporary atorokooper.
Mr. Wlllaon'a reslgnatlon aa stamp
?puty ln charge of the Internal rav?
ine offlce In thls clty went Into effect
:storday, and Miss Margaret Brady
placed In temporary charge of tho
lice. Later. it la understood, Mortl
er M. Stoddard. at present store
eoper nnd gauger under Collector
owry, wlll bc tranaforred to the Pe
raburp offlce as stamp deputy. Thoa.
. Meany, chlef deputy in the main
flce lu Richmond, checked up the
amps and accounta in the ofllcc here
ld found thom correct.
R. Butler Mahone, reappolnted aa
oputy by Collector Wlllson, was
ranted leave of abaonce on account
' dellcato health. antl has gone to
lorlda to recuperate.
Took a Ride nnd Stole Money.
Yesterday Willls Cook. an elderly
ilorcd farmer of Prlnco Goorge coun
,\ sold a portlon of hla crops ln
ila clty. and after maklng purchaaes.
ad $:i5 left, which he tled up in a bag
nd deposited ln the poclcct of hia
nercoat.
John Jones. a negro aharpor. from
lackstone, but who has 3ervcd several
:rma in Jall here, saw where tho
ld man put the money, and aakod and
as glven permlssion to ride a short
lataneo with him, as ho started homo.
eforo reachlng Blandford. JoneB had
fted tho bag of money and exeused
imself from riding further. Later the
jbbory was dlscovered, Jonea was ar
istod by the police and was Identl
ed. but only a fow dollars were rc
Dvcred.
Ilrlef General Note*.
Durlng the month of November,
.vonty-live marriagc llcenses wero ls
ued by tlio clerk of tho Huat.lngs
ourt?oleven to white couplos and
lurteen to colored. Forty-tlve deeds
nd other wrltlngs wero recorded in
he 'clerk's offlce.
The pollce mnde 343 arrests ln No
ombor for varlous cauaes, and tlnea
or violation. of city ordlnancos to the
mount of $340 were collected ln the
'olice Court.
B. G. Hathaway. an automobllist ol
tichmond, pleaded gullty ln the Po
Ice Court this morning to the charge
f exceoding tho speed limit In this
ity and pald a finc of $10.
The colored Elka of this city wlll
io!d their annual Lodee of Sorrow
'unday afternoon in Gillield Baptist
*hurch, wlth an elaborate prograrn oi
xerclsea. B. L. Gasklns. of Waahlng
on, wlll dellvor the address.
The body of Alaek Neal. tho Waverly
nurderer, who dled yesterday of gun
ihot wounds received whilo resistlnc
irrest, was sent to the Rlchmond Med
cal College to-day for dlssectlon pur
ioscs.
Tho School Board. at its nieetinf
last evening, appointed a committei
to look Into tlio matter of seleetlng i
aew slto for tho ereotlon of a largi
lUblic school building to take tho plao
)f Poabody fcolored) High School.
Dr. A. W. Talloy, a prominent den
.lst of this city, was ooerated oi
,-esterday at the Johnston-Wlllis Sana
lorium ln Richmond, and Is rcportet
is dolng well.
Durlng tho month of Novembor th<
aodles of eleven decedents wen
Drought from other polnts to Poters
mra: for burial, and eight were son
iway.
Wllllam A. Fern, an old and wel
known citi_cn, ls qulte aick at th?
iomo of his sister. Mrs. Martha Ivirk
ham, on Haltfax Street.
D?. SWIAIXEY INJURED.
l-'nlls From Street Car nad l-nockc.
Uucnnsciou-?Two Jiistlccs Try Caac
Wlnehester, Va., December 1.?Dr
Wllllam A. Swimloy, prominent Wln?
ehester physlclan, Wiho accompaniod
Miss Etliol Sprlnkle, of Shenandoah, tc
St. Luke's Hospital, Rlchmond, on
Monday, where sho submllted to sur
glcal operation, fell ofl tho street cai
in Washington last night, sustalnint
injurles which rendered him uncon
.cious.
He ls now under treatment ln the
Einergcney Hospital, and relatlves ar?
it hia bedside.
M. J. Miller, a Martinsburg business
man, does not know whether he if
gullty or not of exceedlng tho auto
mobllo speed llmlt and damaglng t
buggy drlven by Lon Jonea, near Wln?
ehester, as when tho caso came t<
trlal to-day Justlce Luther Pannet
flned him $100 and costs and Juatict
Eugono W. Baylor. who also preatded
onterod an opinion acqultting Miller
Each jttstico clalmed the right to tr:
the case. Appeal was notod by Mll
lor's counsel to the Clrcult Court.
Whlle people were passlng to am
fro about the new post-ofllco bulldint
here, John Anderson deliborately tool
out a acrewdriver and removed thi
large brasa plato and handlo fron
tho ontranco and sold lt. Wlth tlu
descriptlon of tho youth ofllcers founi
him and held him for hearing befon
tho United Stntes commlsaloner.
Mrs. Mary Payne Bryarly, membo
of an old Vlrginia famlly, waa arousei
at an early hour by anthracite coa
gas in her bedrpom, and dled withil
an hour. Sho was tho wldow of Rich
ard Bryarly, and leavos a son am
daughter.
N_SW SCHOOL DEDICATED.
Modern IIuIIiIIiik Erccted nt ReedVllR
Wlll to Be Coutcsted.
[Special to Tho Timea-Dlspatch.l
Frederlcksburg, Va., December 1.
Profesaor A. B. Chandler, Jr., ot thi
city, State School Inspootor for thi
cii -ult, has gono to RoedvUle, in North
urqberland county, where he took pav
ln the exerclses in connectlon with th
cledlcatton of the new Hlgh Schoc
building at that place. The building 1
an up to dato ono. and cost $8.00(
taklng the place of the smaller bulld
ing, which was destroyed by flre Ias;
May.
Mrs. Annle L. Horndon and Rev. V
A. Graves, holrs of tho late Isaac I
Graves, through Attorney Fretlerlo
W. Coloman, of thls olty, wlll lnstltut
poi-eedlngs ln tho Clrcult Court c
Orango county to annul the wlll of he
father, The estato ls worth abou
$10,000.
clmrirfil Wltt Kteitllti- Check_.
IBne-lal to Tho Tlmea-Dlspatch.]
Roanoke, Va., December 1.?Thoim
Sllvera, ,a young whlto man, was a:
rested to-day on a warrant -hargln
him wlth atealinw slx cheeks. the nroi
erty of tho TStebltu * Kroeger Plar
Company. The checka aro alleged 1
have boen taken from the ofllco of tr
comnany'B numager. The tot&V-_?. tl
paper ta $300.
? ?
EiiKluemnn Fntnlly Injured.
ISpecial to Tho Times-Dlapatoh.l
Roanoke, Va., December l.?Davi
F. Witgner. u Norfolk and Westoi
freight enginenian, whoso. home is I
Ro'inoke, leaned too fnr from hU ca
window near OhUhowte to-day aiul hn
tho ton of hla heud torn otf by eotnin
ln oontuct wlth a post by the .ak
of tho track. Wagner wus brottgl
Jiore to-nlght ln u dylne conditlon.
The Demand Back of
Good Luck
Tells of Its superiorlty more forelbly
than words. The voicea of MILLIONS
call for lt at the grocery store.
Merit has made it the cholce of tha
people. No other Ba_ln_ Fowdet
costlng so little does so much.
The Southern
Maniifacturlng Co.y
RICHMOND, VA.
Everything You
Need for Your
Fancy Holiday
CookJng^
Awaits your inspection here?
Seeded Raisins, Citron,
Shelled Nuts, Orange and
Lemon Peel, etc.
Gream of Chestnuts,
most delicious. preparation
j for all purposes; per OC _
can. mvC
Mail orders a apccial fea
ture.
Hermann
Schmidt
504-8 ?. Broud-St.
Phones Monroe 101 & 106,
pecial Wood
Is better if you can get it. I am
selling severai carloads of Oak,
Pine, Hickory and Slab every day.
It was split specially for my cus?
tomers. It has been piled up in
large ricks and kept specially dry.
I have special arrangements in my
yard to saw and prepare, and a
special delivery automobile truck
to deliver with. Try the leader in
wood.
My Coal all burns to ashes.
Office: 1506 West Broad.
Phone Madison 1069.
The Wood Man
Useful and Handsome
Holiday Gifts
AT
Jones Brothers & Co/s,
1418-1420 E. Main Street
W. E. Tanner- John V. TnuM
PANTS, STATNS, BROSHEJ
Tanner Paint
Co.
THE ORIGJNALS,
1419 Eaat Main Street
f-ono* Madiaea ZW Mdt _Mf
Miller Manuf acturing Co., Inc_
South Richmond, Va.,
Sash, Doors and Blinds
MILL WORK.
Contractors and buildere should
have our prices and estimates when
figuring on any kind of building coa
etruction.
Somethlng Special
in Suits To-Day
Bayior-Yarborough Co.,
207 East Broad Stteat

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