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Want Ad. Rates
r -
ONE CENT PER WORD
When paid in advance. No Ad.
taken for less (ban TEN
CENTS. _
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR
LESS THAN TWENTY.
FIVE CENTS when phoned in
f>r charged at the counter.
Classification not guaranteed
after 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINESS CON*
TRACTS Phone Monroe I ioi
tho WANT AD. MAN to call.
iU'sr. aii'fl ^y.o?rin.
l;' >st."'<;?ld" lock tri: an i > cii a in.
beiwooii Second und Mursluill Street
and Eighth und Grace, or oh Uroud
Street, or St. Peter's Cliurcli. If
round, return to 201 East MurshnU
.Street and receive reward.
MEN WANTED TO L10A11N PLUM BIN'1.
electricity; bricklaying in three
months. Positions secured. Cata?
logue free. CURAT KASTKUX
TlfAD'E SCHOOL, Twenty-third and
Sansbtn Streets. PhllndelidUa. _I
WANTED.! for U. b. army. ABLE
budled. unmarried htoii, between ages
of 18 and 35; cltlzons of United States,
of good character and temperate hab?
its, who can speak, read and wrlto the
English lunguage. Por Information ap?
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE, bit) East
Broad St.. Richmond. Vs.; 161 Sycatnoru
St.. Petersburg, Vti'.. or Columbia Build?
ing. O rah by St.. Norfolk. V&.
WANTED,"at once; AN KXPEHl
ehced car washer; no other need
apple. Apply 810 W. Broad Street;
VA.; taxi co._I
yOUiARE WANTED" for GOVERN?
ernmcnt position, fSO month. Write
for list of positions open. FRANK -
I.IN INSTITUTE. Dept. 317 F. Roches?
ter. N. Y._I
AUTO SCHOOL.?OLDEST, LARGEST
and best-equipped and only real
practical auto school In this section
Open day and night the yeur around.
Call nnd see for yourself. Our siu
Isllcd pupils are our references,
RICHMOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL
i<lfi__\V. Broad Street
ROV WANT til >7 to ca RR Vi out WO' 11 ?
and coal. Apply ;>t once. '.'"'. North
Seventh Street, lit rear. K. west
Rational automobile school, ii
West Main, "Founded on Honesty."
'?Prospers on Merit"; ten years' ex?
perience; s'll actual machine shop
practice; course unlimited. One-half
payable after we secure you a post- ,
lltm at S100 per month Day or
nicht Instruction. Richmond's one |
practical school, near Jefferson Ho
tel. An aviation d'-pa rtm>'iit._I
\y ANT ED; MEN TO! LEARN BARRE It
trade; only eight weeks required;
wages after, Brst month. Steady p<>
sit ion guaranteed. Write for cnt.i-'
loll lit. M Of iE R' S BARBER COL
I.Ki ie. 207 Bowery. New Vprk City,
Wanted, "men to~lbar'n barber
trad-?; few weeks required; best
paying work within the roach of
poor men; wanes fron? $1- to ??'l
weekly. Booklet mailed free. GREAT?
ER RICHMOND BARBEH COLLEGE.
Richmond, Va. _? j
WANTED." REGISTERED ASSISTANT ;
drugglstl permanent place for sober,
live, young man, Address II 652,
ca re Tlmcs-Dlsptiich.
RAILWAY M All. CLER~KS w.\ NT BD.
average .-? alary $1.100; alternate
weeks off with full pay; preparation
free f't coming Richmond examlna
lions, FRANKLIN INSTITUTE;
Dept. sis F. Rochester; N Y.
r&ttuntftm? ?y-UiiUcb. fflalc.
w a n T~ 1; 1 ?. " P?SlTli ?N as St (OK -
keeper. Prefer wholesale business
Seven years experience. Best refer-j
ends furnished; Address d J10. cure.
Tlme--d!: i'cii._j
%}tlp Mlantcb, jfcniaie.
wanted, a't once,A Fl est"- class I
white cook; German woman pre- |
ferred. All white help employed,,
good wages Apply yol'no wo
man's christian association.
WANTEdT THIRTY WHITE Gl RES TO
opernte power tewing, machines In
overnl) factory; railroad fare paid.
All expenses guaranteed beginners.
JOBBERS' OVERALL MFG. CO.. INC.,
Biackstohe, Va.
&MatioM aSJnntc?, jlfemale.
YOllNG i.? DY WITH , tiXPBR"il22CCE
desires position as governess fot the
summer; music it specialty: good ref?
erences, Address ii., care Postmaster,
Champ. Va. _
j^olLcttors finu ig&aksi:;-?..
i^VAN^T^MEN , TO WORK NE W s
paper deal, njg money for tho right
man; none but hustlers need apply.
See M*. FELDMAN, Murphy's Hotel,
after 9 A. M.
TKA ?TriEU s7^~M A Ldc' XnIPT FEMALE 1
for fall positions. Calls now coining;
in. Salaries, $35-5150. Write for "a
Plan." DEPT. A, SOUTHERN TE?CtD
ERS' AGENCY, Columbia. S. C.
_f ^^I^,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-^ \VB
have this 20th day of April, 1:111.
made application In accordance with
the law for the registry of nil quart,
pint, half-pint nnd gill bottles with
Richmond Dairy Co. Impressed In ii
slightly depressed cli ck- on the side |
or each bottle. RICHMOND DAIRY
The Richmond Chamber of Commerce
Richmond. Va., March 28, l'Jli
THE RIGHT: BEING RESERVED TO
anticipate the payment and to call
for nrcs.enl.Uton for payment of tho I
third mortgago 6 per cent, gold bonds I
of the Richmond Chamber of Com?
merce, by a notice published for 30
days In a morning newspaper publish?
ed In the city of Richmond; and thul
after tho date llxcd for payment by
said notice nil Interest shall coase oil
Bald bonds; notice is hereby given
that said bonds will be paid APRIL
28. 1911, on presentation at the ofllco
of Hie chamber, which will then be
located at Room 311. Mutual Build?
ing, Richmond, Vit?
THE RICHMOND
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Bv R. A. DUNLOP. .Secretary.
WANTED. THE PUBLIC To KNOW
that JAHNKE BROS, Jewelers, 912
East Alain Street, buy. sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sil?
ver always taken In exchange.
^auteft._
wTxNTED. TO B?"? 1'??M.ASK. HUUtiVS
hold goods In any quantity. Pbont
Madison 3851.
WANTED. AT ONCE. OLD FEATHER
beds and pillows. Will call and pay
highest price for same. Address it
150, enre Times-Dispatch.
6 E C O N D-H A N D : MACHINERY OF
of evory descrlptlrn bought nt full
value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1523 E
Cary St. Phone "ladlion 3626.
i?craonalg.
SPBT1*G? vi?'ANlNO.
CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED WITH
vacuum cleaners quickly nnd cheaply
In your home, on tho floor; no bother
taking up or moving- anything. Will
call and give estimate if you send
address to "VACUUM CLEANER
ROYS," 15 E. Marshall. Phono Alon
roo 29-18-J. We aro salesmen for
hand and electric cleaners, from ilr>
to $125._
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD
fit HUGHEB'S, 208 North Third.
5tli?fceUnncous.
HAVE your MATTRESSES It KU auk)
now; eanitury methods used; reliable
work. 8ydnoh & bundle*, iii
East Broad Street Mudtson, 32u4.
s7ioe~ if eTXh n no"
r&? UALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. 60c
ladies,; every i>alr sewed; best leath?
er; no nails, no pugs. Hoya I rub?
ber heel*, li&c! Tred.-Alr rubber heels.
40c; leilhor heels rebuilt like new.
L'Oe. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. 7UJ East Main. Phone
Monroe '.'G'iV.
EINE UNHOLSTER ING and mat
TRESSES.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND Up?
holstered; mattresses mailc over like
new; furniture und china packed
andnhlppod. JACOB UMLAUF. Phone
3292
Goal nna vtflloob.
hickory stove wood.
DO YOU WANT A IXJAD OP tub
best hickory wood In the city cut
to stove lengths? Yon can ?et It
by 'phoning your order to Madison
411. Deliveries promptly made. VIR
G1NIA-NORT1I CAROLINA WHEEL
COM PAN Y._
LONG'S SPRING WOOD MAKES A
quick lire and :.;ood heal, becuuse hi'
has. keilt It Htoted away. It is per?
fectly dry aiitl exactly what von need
at this season, when it is usual!;
hard in gel dry wood at any price
1 'hone Madison lOOfl
I QUALITY AND Q??NT!TV ARE
guaranteed from us. We have oak.,
pine or slab wood, and our prices
ore right; We please everybody.
'Phone Madison G913. NORTH CAltO
LINA WOOD AND COAL CO.. ?27
Brook Avenue.
5\noins for JXenr.
SI! EAST CLAY ''l.l.an,'wI:LL 1-I'lf
?; nlshed rooms: central: bath, 'phone.
I Ol, I I-\ t ( N I \ I 11 ET) I.) \SK On
S-room apartment: one of the pret?
tiest apartments In I be city. Phone
or call at SHENANDOAll, Allen Avc.
nue and Grace street.
FOR RENT" KCK7H I I" I IN I S I I ED
rooms, light housekeeping, Juno to
September; references Box 137. Asli
land. Va
NICELY L FURNISH El ? ROOMS. " KIN
glo and double. Tiv Hast Marshall
_Street.
FOR RFNT.^TlOK FRONT ROOM FOR
three or four Renllemeri. Aoplv
; 502 1-'.' N. Fifth Street
i?cnl (??tatc for ??nle.
' f?"f:~s?'le'''V.4oa''Xci:bs 'of farm
and grazing land with several seta
of farm buildings in New Kent coun?
ty. Provldcjieo Forge, Va. Call on
FRRti S BOCK, Superintendent,_
YOUR NEEDS ARE OUR CHIEF CON
ccrn. Be sure to see us before von
buy. D. N. WALKER & CO.. ltoa,l
Estata and Insurance. No. 1 Mutual
Building.
ivft? estate toe Htnt.
SUMMER HOTEL FOR RENT. FULLY
equipped; modern Improvemehls. For
Information apply to POLE& TSCHU
DYi McClung. \a.
IF YOUR PROPERTY IS VACANT
now. or is going to )>'? later on. be
sure to give us a memorandum of it
- D. N. WALKER & CO.. Real Estate
and Insurance, No. 1. Mutual Build
in g.
?Real GStntc OcaiaitEO^
HLL.JcnTcHANGE GOOD! BO-ACRE
farm, well located, in Chesterfield
county, two miles from railroad, vil?
lage; good biitldlrigs: 70 acres clear?
ed;, wal'-r. fruit, timber Will ac?
cept full value In Richmond city
property. W. II HOWE. 401 Mast
Franklin Street, City.
Jtfect?irjg; _
The Chesapeake and Ohio
Railway Company.
notice of special stockhold?
ers' meeting.
NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that
special meeting of the Stockholders of:
Tlie Chesapeake ami Ohio Railway Com- I
pany lias beer, called by the Board of j
Directors of said Company, to be held \
at the principal oiiice of the Company
In tie'. Cilv of Richmond. Virginia, on I
Saturday, the 29th da.,' of April. 1911: at 1
11 o'clock A. Ma for the t'ollowins pur?
poses:
(ft) to consent to approve and
authorize Hi- creation ond issue of |
mortgage bonds of the Company
to be limited to a orincipal amount,
In United States iroltl coin, of |
$125,000,000 ai sijv one time out?
standing; such bonds to mature tit
such date, und to oear Interest
lrom such date and at such rale
or rates, not exceeding five ")<-.r
cent, per annum, as the Boun'. of J
Directors or the Executive Com-1
mlttce of the Company may detcr
inine: to be lssttablc for such DUr
poses, upon and subject to such
terms and conditions and in such I
denominations, to be payable, both
principal and interest, at such)
place or places, In such currency
or currencies and at such rate or I
rates of exchange, and to be in
stich form and to contain such
terms and provisions, as said Board
or said Committee may determine:
lb) to consent to, approve and
authorize the execution and deliv?
ery of a mortgage and deed of
trust on and of all or any part of
the railroads. equipment. Iran
clilses and property, Including cor?
porate stocks and obligations. |
owned by the Company at the date!
uf the execution and delivery of |
Fttch mortgage ami deed of trust
?or at any time thereafter acquired
by it; such mortgage and deed of
trust to secure not only such bonds
but also, in pursuance of cove?
nants heretofore made by the Com?
pany and otherwise, to secure. In !
such manner and to such extent as j
may I?: authorized or approved by j
Hie Board of Directors or Stock?
holders of tho Company, not ex
cceding $37,200,000, face amount,
of the Four and One-Half Per Cent
Twenty-Year Convertible Gold I
Bonds of the Company, Issued or
Issuablc under the trust Indenture,
hearing date April 2S. 1010. bo- ]
tween the. Company and United I
States Mortgage and Trust Com-|
pany, as Trustee:
(c) to approve, or to authorize |
the IJoard ol Directors of iht Com?
pany In its discretion to deter?
mine, the. form and terms of such
mortgage- and deed of trust, and
the property of the Compnny to bo |
embraced therein;
(d) l" rntlfy and confirm and to
authorize and consent to any action |
Ibctetofore taken or authorized bv
said Hoard of Directors or by tbo|
Executive Committee of the Com?
pany, which may be submitted to
the meeting, whether, for the pur?
poses of or In connection with or
In contemplation of any of tho
matters aforesaid or otherwise:
and
(c) to transact such other bus- I
iness as may be brought beforo |
tho meeting.
?The stock transfer books of tho Com?
pany will be closed for such meeting
on Monday, the 10th day of April. 1911,
at 3 o'clock P. St.; and will be roonencd
on Monday, tho lat day of May. 1911,
at 10 o'clock A. M
Dated, Richmond. Vn? March 27. I OIL
By order of tho Board of Directors.
JAS, STEUART MACK ie.
_Secretary.
MECHANICS AND MERCHANTS BANK.
Manchester, Vn.?A mooting of th? I
stockholders of this bank la called!
for MAY 2, 1911, nt 12 o'clock, at
tho bank, 013 Hull Street, to con?
sider an lncreaso of the capital stock |
to $100.000.
By order of the Board of Dlroetora
J. it. PATTHSON. Cashier.
DAILY PUZZLES:
What part of a house?
Stream, j
a.vswkr to Yi:.vn:i!i>.\v's i t-7.7.1.ki j
Jfav 0>alk ^ ,
GET T)!i; BES'k 'i HAT Is THE B1CK- |
erstuff Tribun? and Cleveland blcy- j
ties. We have got the largest blcy
clo house in the country, nud we ad?
vertise It. joe HICKE EST afF. l.-ii
_f.ast Main._I
FOR WAGONS. CO t? RICHARDSON !
Iii:OS . 6 ! 5 Brook Avenue.
PAW NBHOK Kit's SALB.4-1 WILLSELL
lit auction Tuesday, April 25, lit
10:30 A. M? for the Jefferson Loan
C'lHce, ,1 Is ige collection 01 forfeited
pledges, consisting or dlatridrids. ?
Watches, jewelry, rings, guns. pis
tols. etc. Parties having forfeited
pledges must renew 0amo before ilaj
1?! sulc; Jefferson Loan Olllce, 1 To?
East Main Street C. C. BRIDGES.]
State Auctioneer._'
OKOCERIES-^-CASH TALKING: dun
lop Hour, per sack. 31c! 'Jolil Medal j
flour, per sack, 42c : leaf lard, pound, \
12 l-2c: water-ground meal,, pock, j
25c ; stlgar-cuted ham. per peund, ;
17c; California ham. pound, 13 l-2c;
Irish potatoes, 20e. peck, tier bushel,
7"iC.: good COffce. pound. 20*.; balance
of our stock same rule. AUGUST
GROCERY co.. (ill and 613 Bast)
! Ma Sita 11._'Phone M ullscn -li.uC-11132. ,
FOE SALES, NATIONAL CASH KECIS
j ter. Dayton platform computing !
scab;, delivery wagon. Apply at I
! August grocery co.. oh ami eis!
Last Marshall Street. Madlscc I
phone i?Ofi-1 232.
furniture of three : rooms.
_cheaii. 1027-a West Broat^Street._
a VERY DEHIRABI.'e ShLlYn'e'ry
btisiness for sale, and nice dwelling
With Six rooms; a good garden; all:
riL'ht in the bean <?f a beautiful und i
progressive Hub- town of 1.500 i>e<>- j
old, In the Valley of Virginia; fi rieh!
farminir section'. Tho reason for sell- 1
lllg, htive to " bange climate on ac?
count of health. This Is a line op?
portunity for young lady wishing to
make some money. Address II 5fi|;
care Times - Dlspa Ich.
FOR S.m.i: II tE~Gl ?od ?T.d SUMMER
time has arrived; good weather; good
roads, good times generally for horse, i
owners; good vehicles at popular*,
prices at our repository. A. MEY-!
_lilt'S SONS. 7':: East Gary Street;_
a i?\'i?ie"Vtock~c?f bf??'itics'.'siTii-;
reys and runabout*. 1 ligli-el?ss and.
lov. prices: also delivers- and farm
tyagons. thos. ft. DUKE & CO.. -
_MM Brook Avenue.
F?1: ~SA let ii ?ni >som E~ iTxToBEl :"
tired surrey, with pole and Httatts; {
one toji buggy, S27.; one rubber-Mrcd 1
i runabout, $33. one rubber-tired
I phaeton; newly painted; two grocery
wagons, and These jobs
; in L'ood order and painted. A. ME Y - I
j - -Ji1 - s SONS. 7 3t_jjj?JUiry.
IF YOU ARE BUILDING; SAVE fifty
cents on the dollar. All building
material used by the government at j
j the Jamestown Exposition for sale. !
I Flooring, sheathing. 2x4. 2x?, 2.\S on
up lo 12x14; ull Georgia yellow pine, i
Every Lit as good as now; free from '?
nail/, and well seasoned. MIMwoilc. j
tin. etc. Call see us. GOLDEN, I
MICHEL BROS. & CO.. Exposition
Grounds. As for Mr. Firmln Michel. ;
CHEAP. ALL KINDS of SECOND
hand mechanical tools Apply jef-i
FERSON loan OFFICE. 1705 East,
Main Street._
for "sale, fancy" ALBEMARLeI
Pippins. 300 barrels, at $7 per barrel..
_dr. j: B. BOYLE. Crojtet, A'a.
FOR SALE. NICE R-room COTTAGE,
3 I" I Eil SI i lay. PrUe. jl.SOO._
|}?iu:*.ft;?' On finli iitte js-tpeft
in THE STUD.?DICE WIEKES, .ip.
blue ribbon winner at State Fair;
Pilose, lu2, imiiorted: Ifi band Jack,
at MECIIANICSVILLE STOCK farm,
Strain ,v Sun, Route 1. Richmond. Va.
EGOS ?IN d ian RUNNER. PEK1N.
Rouen. R. I. Red, White Wyandotte. i
J) per silting. CLOVERDALE FAKM.
i! Fi gj 1, Waverly. Va_
HORSE FOR sale.?HANDSOME j
coal black horse, four years old: I
weight, 1,040 pounds; drives and !
rides well and not at all afraid Ol" I
steam cars, street cars, automobiles: '
In fact, is perfectly city broken. Sold
for want of use. Price, $300. john
II. HE ALU & co, INC., Lynchburg.
Va._
WANTED. 30 HORSES AND CATTLE
to pasture from May 1; good pasture
of 50 acres, well set . in Timothy,
orchard grass and clover; well wa?
tered by running stream: one mile
city; terms reasonable. Apply K. D.
POLLARD. r. f. D No. 6, city.
t Wt1vU N>URNiSlI^D'^RbOMS'* AND
bath, with board, in the Shenandoah
Apartments. Allen Avenue and Graco |
Street?. Phone Monroe 232. !
ficr\T:"l3T?RS wanted FOR DOUBLE i
rooms: also tablt: boarders. I'Ol' East
Grace._
Mrs! c"has. ~c?boweithT us east
Franklin, handsomely ntipolnted :
1 rooms, with board; large, well-ven
lilated dining room, opening on Sec
ond Stroet Meols. by day or ; \veok
?iti??*iE?3 0tinoiiu.iti1i1s.
wT\NfT::i''r^i~"6~NCE?tTiree th<5u'
sand dollars fur one or two years,
seemed by deed of trust on well
improved property near Columbia,
Va., worth fifteen thousand, R. F. D.,
Box 12, Columbia, Va.
WANTH V. by WELL-KN ?w Ff" Es?
tablished firm, in central locati"'- of
town, a competent man In frosh
? meats and llsh; $1.000 cash required:
Sion monthly profits guaranteeO
Best opportunity and line Investment
for right party. Call phono Mon?
roe 270.*>. f'jr information, or address
'i'liiies- Dispatch._
:U. "s." ENGTnEER . OFFICE," ^20
Seventeenth St.. N. W., Washington,
D. C, April 20, 1911. Sealed pro?
posals for constructing and revel ting
jetties and driving marking piles. In
James .River, Virginia, will bo re?
ceived nt this ollicc until 12 M. May
20, 1911, and then publicly opened.
Information on application at U. S.
Engineer Olllce, 2S North Ninth
Street, Richmond, Va. W. C. LANG
Fl tt. Lioutonnnt-Coloncl Engineers.
U;iS;-ENGINBElt-.OFFICE, 920 8EVEN
teenth Street, N. W? Washington. D.
C, April 5. 1911.?Scaled proposals
for furnishing and delivering 200
tons, more or loss, special iron east?
ings and bolts will bo received hero
. until 12 M. APRIL 2?. 1911. and then
publicly opened. Information on ap?
plication. W. C. LANGFITT. Llcu
tennnt-Colonel. Engineers._
&utomobjlc?> for ibnlc
ai.TT'm.vkes"""of slightly used
cars, including Franklin. Pope.
Chalmers, Huh k, Whllo Steamer,
Reo, Regal. Hudson, Winton Max?
well, etc., from 3250 to $1,000. Other
bargains; ull guaranteed. automo?
bile exchange, 11 West Main.
Agricultural WorU in Northern
Neck Is Far Behind Because
of Bad Weather.
ISpCt in I to The TIlllOH-Dlspa toll. I
Lancaster, Va-. April Tim fre?
quent ??ulna that liavn prevailed hero
for lliti past sl>: weeks or more have
greatly lnterforo,d with farthing opera?
tions. The' truck gardeners in the
Conti UlVer region arc rijild to l>;e far
behind in tlicit- work, urid only a few
farmers In the JCorthern Neck have
lihlshcd fallowing for corn;
The Village Sanitary uin.1 Iniprove
ntent League of Northumberland coun?
ty has taken steps towards uniting
Lottsiiur^ District, in thai county, aim
l'*aruhant District, in Itlchmoml coun?
ty. In an effort to rtilsto money to Im
prove the streets rind highways in anil
around th< village, which iv situated
on tho luider of the two counties
I.Ottshurg District has Already begun
the Work of Improving Its highways,
under the supervision of tin intelligent
and experienced road-builder.
The members of Hau man Lodge pi
Freemasons, which was organized sev?
eral years ago at Warsaw, in Rich?
mond county, recently voted to iniivs
iho lodge from that place t>. Sharps
Wharf, on the Rrippahanuock River.
The removal will tak..- blacc s?irio tttii?
in duly.
Reports from all parts of tlie North?
ern Neck ?o to show that the rtconl
Into frosts have killed nearly till the
apples and peaches In tills seetlori, The
fruit crop h-re last year was tin larg?
o-it in Die memory of living men. but
the prices were so low that much of
tile fruit rotted on tile ground, while
much of the apple crop was made Into
brandy. From present Indications,
there will hie no peaches here this year
arvl only a small crop of ripples!
Several days ago Isaac Robinson. ;>
well-to-do colored farmer, living near
Brook vale; in tills county, started with
bis team to Srindcrs's sawmill nearby.
A short while afterwards ids lifeless
body was found in tho road, death
having resulted from heart disease,
lie was about fifty years old.
Tho Rev. George W. Beule. D. D,,
who reside? In Westmoreland county,,
had tiie misfortune to have his barn,
with Its contents, destroyed by lire
one day last week. Fortunately, he.
lost none of his live stock, anil the
damage Is partially covered by Insur?
ance.
The next meeting of the Northern
NO MORE SORE FEET
EZO for Weary, Aching Feet, Bun-!
ions, Corns and Callouses.
If your foot are tender, get pore eris- I
I'y, burn, sweat, smart and ntlng and!
keep you feeling miserable all the
?time. K-> to any druggist to-day, lay j
down 25 cents?snv 1 want a Jar of j
BZO.
Then rub on BZO and rub out agjony.
All pain will vanish Ilk- magic, and
you'll have :is good :i pair of feet as
any "tie on earth. BZO Is n redned 1
ointment, takes but ti minute to apply. i
> "t gives most delightful relief in live j
minutes. Oet KZO and get rid of all !
fool rnlsrry?RqlJ It -jt: to-night?
walking will be a pleasure in the;
morning. Mall order.-: filled, charges j
prepaid by Er.o Chemical Co.. Roches?
ter. N. i". For sale by Tragic Drug
Co. and Scott's Drug Store.
?uetutr, anb Cleaning
""dvbin-j "and clbanning"
the bust dyking and clean- j
ing ran he found at gill'S. Suits
scoured and pressed, 76c. :i25 North j
Fifth. Phone PSG2.
33ibibenb Notices'.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co..
Olllce of Treasurer
Richmond. Vu..- April 21. 1011.
PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF
the Board of Directors of this coin,
uany, July S. 1010. the fourth instal?
ment of one and one-quarter (I 1-1) |
per cent, on the dividend of live (G)
per cent, then declared on tlie com?
mon stock will be paid on MAY 15.
1911, to nil common stockholders of
record at the close of business May
5. 1911.
For the purpose of said dividend
the common stock transfer books j
will be closed from 3 P. M. Moy 5 to
10 A. M. May if,, 1911
_ S W. TRAVERS. Treasurer.
ftlillinerp.
LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT
ot" newest styles in millinery, suitr,.
dresses, nil kinds of ready-made gar?
ments for ladles, misses and chil?
dren; alterations free. Small e
a line of pattern hnts for the trade,
penses means a saving for you. Also
MKS. JULIUS BEAR. 1423 E. Main
Street. ?
Table CHote Dinner? Saturday
and Sunday cvculnifi, (I to II o'clock,
ifl.GO inch.
Richmond, Va.
The most inagniltceut hotel in the
South. European plan. Rooms single
and en suite, with and without baths.
Spacious snmple rooms.
Rnto. 11.50 oor div and ujwara.
Atlantic Citp j&e?ort?
l'l? it, .J J
ATLANTIC' CITY, N. J.
Must Hrlecl Location l-'rcnllng Hie Beach
With an established reputation for Its
cxcluslvencsa nnd high-class patronage.
Thoroughly modern and coniplcloly
equipped; Coiirtenna service. Bathrooms
with hot nnd cold, fresh and Kon watbi
attachments, showers, etc. Orchestra.
Extensive sun parlor and porches ovor
lookiiiR the Honrdwnlk and Ocean. Al?
ways open. Golf privileges. Illustrated
booklet.
NKWLIN IIAINKB COMPANY.
HOTEL ABSECON
Virginia Ave, near Steel Pier.
Fireproof. Sun parlor. Private hntha?run
nlr?: water; }10, ?12. IIS up per week; 52 up
per flay, Special rates and booklet on ap?
plication. O. D. PA I NT MR.
THE ELKTOV HOTEL.
A delightful summer 'homo, In tlie
Shenaiidoah Valley of Virginia; excel?
lent table; purc.nlr; llthla water; mod?
ern conveniences; open May 1. MRS.
A. C. DRAWBAUOH. Elklon, Rocklng
hain Co., Va.
Neck Mar Association will l>e held at
IteathsVllle mi tin- second Tuesday In
May.
Many teachers from lite counties of
ihi; Northern Neck and from tho routi?
ne,-, on llie south side of the Rappa
hannock River attended the meeting
of thr Firs! District Teachers' Asso
elation; held In Hampton last week.
They were taken down and brought
back by the Commodore Maury, tie
llagshlp of tho Virginia oyster navy.
In spite of the stormy weather, going
and i omlng, they all enjoyed the trip,
and say that they gained much In?
struction from the meeting.
The Confederate veteruns of West?
moreland county will hold a meeting
at Moittross to-morrow to appoint dele?
gates i" the meeting or the general
grand camp, which will meet In Little
Rock. Ark., next month.
Congressman Carter Class lias writ?
ten to friends here, saying that he will
speak In Lancaster during the can?
vass, and efforts will Ii? made to have
iilm speak hero at the May term of
iho Cirt nit Court.
Toe Rov. Waybill I F. Diinaway, Jr.,
who is to marry Miss Mary Warren
May at Waverly; Va.. next Thursday.
Is a son or the Rev. Wnyland F. Duii
li way. I>. I>.. of Lancaster, who Is
known as one of the lending Baptist
ministers of Virginia, and who served
as .1 delegate from this county In the
convention that framed the present
.State Constitution. Tho young min?
ister, who is to m?rry Miss Miiy. is
pastor or the Baptist Church at Beck
ley. W. Va.'. and Is well known In
Richmond, where for a number of voars
ho attended Richmond College.
HOLD FIELD DAY
Services in All Protestant
Churches of Winchester?News
of the Valley.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Winchester, Va.. April S3,?Antl
Salbon League field day was observed
in the Protestant churches of Win?
chester to-day. services being held
morning, afternoon and evening. Tho
Olltfof-town speakers were Rev. Dr.
J. II. Light, of Richmond; Rev. .1. D.
McAllsler and Rev. Ed. J. Richardson.
White Clarence and Edward Roberts
were making excavations oh the farm
of H. C. Barrett, just north of the
Winchester city limits, yesterday, they
unearthed a human skull and a num?
ber of loir and arm bones. A great
deal of excltiment followed the discov.
cry of the bones, and a search was
made for others In the same vicinity,
but none could be found. It Is ro
ported that the place was used as a
gravcvurtl munv yean before the Civil
War
Dr. S. \V. Fletcher, of the Virginia
Experimental Station of Black sbttrg,
was here It day or two ago and ad?
dressed a large meeting of Frederick
county fruit growers on the matter of
eradicating the cedar rust, which lias
Infernal a large number of apple trees
Iii this section of the Virginia Valley.
11c stated thai the best method was
to out down and burn all cedars, but
that much good can he accomplished
by destroying the balls on the trees
as soon as they appear. The Fruit
Growers' Association of Frederick
county adopted resolutions , favoring
such legislation regarding the destruc?
tion of cedars us can be enncted by
ihe General Assembly.
With a view of giving more atten?
tion to minute details in various de?
partments, thereby saving money for
the city, the Common Council of Win?
chester has elected Frantv It. Krebs
as City Auditor, or the official book?
keeper of the town, who will take
charge of the clerical work of Ihe de?
partments of streets, water and sewer?
age. An ordinance Introduced' lo cre?
ate the office of general manager along
tlie lines as adopted by tho city of
Staiinton several years ago was de
fen ted
Consul G. B. Schmucker, who is sta?
tioned at Ensenada. Mexico, and who
has been figuring prominently In some
of the news dispatches from that coun?
try during the past month, Is a native
of the Shenhndoah Valley, his father
being George E. Schmucker, of Staiin?
ton.
Twenty-eight years ago. while Mrs
David F. Miller, of Page county, was
living oh a farm along Naked Creek,
that county, she lost tier wedding ring.
Each summer since that time the same
land has been plowed up. and only a
day or I wo ago the long-last ring was
round by/a farm hand and restored to
Mrs. Miller, who was overjoyed when
she. saw il again.
A large number of Greeks living In
t lie Cumberland Valley gathered at
Pen Mar to-day, where the Oreek
Easter festival was celebrated with a
lamb roast.
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Miss Laurie Crawford,
daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Angus
Crawford, of the Episcopal Theologi?
cal Seminary near Alexandria, lo Rev.
Oscar rie.Wnlf Randolph, who was until
recently assistant rcetor of Christ
Church, of Winchester, but who Is now
engaged In parish work at Luray, Va.
He Is a son of Isham Randolph, a na?
tive of Clarke county, but now of Chi?
cago, who Is one of the. foremost clvlt
engineers In the United States
Captain James P. Reardon and lien
tenants Robert Y. Conrad and Fred P.
Anderson, of Company [. Second Regi?
ment of Virginia Volunteers, of Win?
chester, were in Richmond several days
ago. appearing before a hoard of ex?
aminers consisting of Adjutant-Gen?
eral W. \Y. Sale and two other officers
of the State militia. They passed good
examinations on tactics and court
martial procedure. The new company
will probably b> mustered Inlo the ser?
vice before Slay 1.
The colored people of Winchester
have organized a bran oil of the Latane
Anli-Tuherotilo?ls League, which was
recently organized here to carry on]
the work of treating and preventing .
Ihe spread of consumption as started
by the late Dri s. P. Latane. The col- I
ored people are taking a great In- i
tcrost in the movement, and have sub?
scribed generously toward Ihe support
of the district nurse, Miss Ann Carson,
who Is lo begin her work In the near
fill urn
The voters of Chnrleslown, VV. Va.,
which lias been one of the main sources
of supply for "dry" territory In Vir?
ginia for a number of years, will vole
on the liquor question on May I, and
a heated campaign Is now In progress.
The Charlestowri saloon men have been
enjoying n large trade from nearby
Virginia points, and the evening trains
I wiving that place on the Baltimore
and Ohio. Railroad and the Norfolk
and Western Railway are known as
the "jug specials." The liquor Inter?
ests are making a slid' light to prevent
a "dry" victory.
I.'et'iliren n i It Iciniioinl College,
William E. DodtL professor of Amer?
ican history In Ihe University of Chi?
cago, will ' deliver a lecture to-night
at Richmond College, discussing "The
Lower South oil the Eve of tho Civil j
War." Professor Dodd will speak
again to-morrow night, his subject
being ".frfferson Davis." The lectures
are free and the public Is Invited,
\\ es! morel und Club .Meeting.
The Westmoreland Club will hold a
special meeting at the club bouse on
Wednesday night at 8:30 o'clock to
consider plans for extensions and Im
provemonts In the club building, which
have already been approved by tho
board of manngomcnt.
Suction gfcale?, Jfuturc JDapn.
By N. Wi Ho wo & Son.
Heal Kstatc Auctioneers.
THE HANDSOME AND COMMODIOUS
DWELLING. WITH BROAD I-OT,
NO. L'Otl FOURTH AVENUE. CHEST
NET 111 EE. AT AUCTION.
In order tu close tho ostoto of H. ft.
Home, deceased, wo will sell his Into
residence. No. L'OO Fourth Avenue,
Chestnut Hill, on ,
THURSDAY; AERIE 27. 1 tri 1.
at 5:00 o'clock IM.
This is a most attractive house, with
fifteen or sixteen rooms, close to the
city limits, mill it enjoys llrst-class
street car accommodation, at minimum
fare, with all parts of the city and
suburbs. It is really one of the most
desirable suburban homes around Rich?
mond; and should nttraci the attention
of buyers, its It will doubtless sell far
below Its Intrinsic value. The house
has electric lights, hot and cold water,
bath, etc., and a large ;utd very attrac?
tive lawn the l"t fronting 120 feet by
u depth "f 110 lcet to an alley, upon
'.vhich It hits n stable and carriage
house.
As tlie heirs of Mr. Homo's estate
are determined to dispose of tho prop?
erty, we apprehend that it will sell at
:i bargain price. The house can he
seen at any time before the sale by
appointment made through us.
TERMS; Very liberal, and announced
at sab-.
N. W. BOWE fir SON.
Auctioneers.
fly Stilton Si Co..
Real Instate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF A
OM PAR ATI VERY NEW BRICK TEN?
EMENT, ON THE EAST SIDE OF
CEDAR STREET, BETWEEN GROVE
AND FLOYD AVENUES, DESIG?
NATED AS NO. 10'J NORTH CEDAR
STRET.
I In execution of it certain deed of
i trust to the undersigned trustee, dat?
ed January C. 190S. recorded In the.
clerk's otllco of the Ttlcltniond Chan?
cery Court. In Deed Book I!'") "B." page
, -''.i7. default having been made In the
[Payment of a part of the debt .secured
j thereby, and being requested by the
I beneticlary so to do, I shall olYor for
I sale at public auction, lipon Hie prom
| lacs, on
TUESDAY; APRIL 25. 1911,
nt 5:30 o'clock I'. M..
I the property above described. The
; improvements consist of a seml-do
j Inched brick dwelling, containing eight
or nine rooms, with all modern ini
' proveiiients. The lot fronts 22 foci li
Inches on tlie east side of Cedar Street,
and runs baric between parallel lines
j 120 feet. ?
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale,
nil taxes to day of sale. If any, and the
sum of $3,001), willi interest from Jan?
uary fi, 1911; the balance upon a credit,
of. one and two years, with interest
i front day of stilo, secured by a deed of
j trust; or nil cash, at the option of the
i purchaser. E. T. BUTTON,
Trustee.
By Sutten & Co..
Real Estttto Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
i OF A
COMPARATIVELY NEW SEMI-DE?
TACHED BRICK DWELLING ON
i THE EAST SIDE OP CEDAR
; STREET. BETWEEN GROVE AND
i FLOYD AVENUES. DESIGNATED
j AS NO. Ill NORTH CEDAR STREET.
I ? -.'
In execution of a certain deed of
I trust to the undersigned trustee; dated
I January 6. DOS, recorded In the clerk's
Otllco of tin.' Richmond Chancery Court,
in Deed Rook 105 "B." page 300. de?
fault having been made in the pay?
ment of a portion of the debt secured
I thereby, and being required so to do
by the beneficiary therein, I t.hall of?
fer for sale at. public auction, upon
the premises, on
TUESDAY. APRIL 25. 1911.
at G o'clock P. M.,
that well located and desirable semi?
detached dwelling, designated as No.
Ill North Cedar Street. Tito Im?
provements are modern in structure
and tiro In lirst-clnsa condition.
The lot fronts, foot tl Inches, and
has a depth of 120 fool.
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale,
nil taxes to d;-y of -sale, if any. and tho
niiin of $3.000, with Interest from Jan?
uary 8, 1911, the balance upon a credit
of one and two years, with Interest
Ii oni day of :<:ile, secured by a deed of
trust: or all cash, at tho uptlon of the
! purchaser. F. T. Sl'TTON,
Trustee.
Sae of Valuable Pa?
per
Mill
ROANOICGl RAPIDS. N. C.
Under direction of and by virtue of
authority conferred in me by the stock?
holders and board of directors of the
Ronnnke Rapids Paper Manufacturing
Company, the undersigned, president
of iho said compuny. will, on
TUESDAY, THE 26TH DA V OF
APRIL 1911, AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M..
sell at public auction, for cash at the
mill of said company, located at or
neur Roaooke Rapids, Halifax county,
N. C.i tho entire manufacturing plant.
Including Its mill site, of said company;
on the RoanoUe River, near said town
of Ronnoka Rapids, together with cer?
tain timber lands owned by it, situ?
ated In Northampton county, and Its
rights, whatever they may be. for
louses for power and for tenement
houses from the.. Koannkc Rapids
Power Company, and all of Its personal
property, Inoluillng manufactured
.-.lock, raw material and stock in pro?
cess of manufacture, etc.
For full description and further In?
formation, all of which will be prompt?
ly g'ven, apply to P. L. E/.ekiel, gen?
eral manager, Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
This Stit day of April, 1911.
CHARLES COHEN. President,
Richmond. Va.
By Croon & Redd,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COURT SALE
OF
DWELLING AND LOT. NO.
FLOYD AVEN'UE.
Pursuant jji a decree of the Law and
Equity Court, entered April 23, 191?.
in the suit of Cousins, etc., vs. Groot,
etc., tho undersigned special commis?
sioner will sell at public auction, oh
tho promises, on
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2rt, 1911,
lit 5 o'clock P. M\.
the real estate above mentioned, and
described as follows: Beginning on the
south side Floyd Avenue 75 feet I
Inches west of Plum Street, which
point Is tho eastern line of a covered
alle.y: thence extending ivcstwardly
along tlie south side Floyd Avenue 19
feet, more or loss, to h point opposite
the centre of Iho. partition 'wall divid?
ing the dwelling on this lot from that
adjoining on the west: thence back
southwardly at right angles and be?
tween parallel linos, the weStorri line
running through or along the said
partition wall, nnd the eastern line
running along the eastern Uno of said
3 foot nllov a depth of 90 feel to a
10 foot alloy.
TERMS: One-third cash: balance at
six and twelve months: or all cash, at
tho option of tho purchaser;
JOHN B. GAVLE.
Special Commissioner.
I hereby certify that the bond ro
! quired by the above decree hits been
duly given.
1 T. P. WINSTON, Clerk.
Suction i&nle?^ .future_3Baj??
***"V^RU'STEE'S AUC7ffON"3AljS
OF
Valuable Timber
MANUFACTURING PUNT, WITH
EIGHT (S) ACRES OF L-\ND; DRY
KIEN. BOILERS. ENGINES. MA?
CHINERY. TOOLS, ETC.. AT AND
NEAR VICTORIA. IN EUNF.NUURG
COUNTY. VA.
I Acting under a deed of trust, dated
' .September 2ist. 1900, recorded In tho -
olllce of the clerk or the Circuit Court
of said Luiieuburg county. In Trust *
I peed Rook No. 2, pages 014-519. default .
I having been made in tho payment of
certain moneys Hierein secured, evi?
denced by the hereinafter mentioned
! notes, and being so required by tho ?
: beneficiary, the holder of said notes,
1 will sell by public auction, in front j
j of Lunenburg Courthouse Virginia, on ,
I TUESDAY. AERIE S5.TH. 1911.
at 10 o'clock A. M..
j the property described In' Bald deed. a3 ?
: follows: First. The timber near Vlc
i toria, In I.unenburg county, Va., or. ''
, ihe following tracts of land, viz.: ihe
L. J. Sliclburne tract, the J. T. Waddlll 1
. tract, the Lloorge Smith tracts, tho E. .
I P. Wlnn tract, the Helen P. Shclburno -.
, tract, the Ilattie E Sholburnc tract,'
I the T. I?. Slielburny tract, the .1. T. '
' Hawkins tract, the U A. Galllon tract,
I T' c' a,,d w- A- Fowlkes tract, the i
I'hllip Uragg tract, the Town Site
tract, the .1. w. Fowlkes tract, the :
Junitls C. Guy tract, the .lohn B. Tug
gle tract, the R. B. Davis tracts, the
R. W. .Mausen tract, tho Branch &
Scott tract, and the Beech Forest tract.
The timber on the above tracts com?
prise many millions of feet, and for i
particulars as to limn for cutting and
removing, etc.. etc., reference is hers
made to the deed of trust above men-' .
tlotted and to reference's therein con?
tained.
Second. About eight acres of land
more or le.ss, on which tho manu
j factoring plant, stable, blacksmith's
I shop, dry kiln and other improvements
? are situated. Incited nt Victoria, and ?
j which Is bounded on tho north by the ??
, right of way of the Virginian Railway \
I Company, on the cast by tho lands ot
the Tidewater Improvement Company,
i on the south by Mccklei >urg Avenue,
and on the west by thu lands of tho
] Tidewater Improvement Company. Alse "
the following personalty:
j P I.. A NIN G MI EU MACHINERY,
j I Double Edger with 2 saws; 1 Split '
Wood Pit.ley, 20x6; 1 Split Wood Pul
I ley, 18x10: 1 Counter Shaft for Double.'
I Edger; 30 feel ii-lnch Gandy Belt, 4 i
i ply: 21 feet S-inch Rubber Dell, 1 ply;
' l Connoll & Dcugler Re-Saw (clrcu- '
Inr); 2 Segment Saws, 10 Inches ;'
diameter; 1 Split Steel Pulley. 8x24:
- Counter Shaft complete, tight and
loose Rulloys, SMS; 24 feet S-lnch 4
pty Rubber Belt; 2(5 feet S-inch 4-ply .
Rubber Belt; 5 Post Hangers, 2 7-16
Shaft; 29 feet 2 7-16 Shaft: 1 Split
AVood Pulley, ISxO; 2 Split .Steel Pul?
leys, 22xS; 1 Spill Wood Pulley, 28x12; '.
1 Split Wood Pulley. 20xS; 1 Split Wood
Pulley. 3^xS; 1 Split Wood Pulley, 1UX
6; 1 Spill Wood Pulley. 20x12; 1 Split
Wood Pulley, l-lx?; 1 91 Berlin Floor?
ing Machine, i4xtl, I Extra Set Shiner
Heads; 30 feet 10-Inch Double Leather
Belt; 3S feet 6-inch 4-ply Rubber Belt;
If, feel.1-Inch Double Deather lightning
Planer Melt: 32 feet 0-Inch Double
J Leather Lightning Planer Belt; 50 feet ."
1-Inch Double Leather Lightning
Planer Belt; 10 feet l-lneh Double
j Leather Lightning Planer Belt; I
i Automatic Knife Grinder, 24-Inch
j knife; 1 Double Emory Wheel; 1 Ball j
i Engine, C0-horsepower. 11x12; 1 4-ply ,
i Glim Belt, 12 Inches by 5 1 feet; 1 Buf
fnlo Forgo; 24 feet Exhaust Pipe, I
I Inches; 170 feel. 3-incb Feed Pipe; 170
I feet 3-lnch Pipe Covering: 12 6-foot
Lumber Trucks; 12 2-foot Lumber
Trucks.
SAWMILL MACHINERY;
I 1 Richer Bolting Saw, o foot car
j I'll! go J I Richer Slave Rip Saw; 1
* Richer Slave Clipper; 1 30-Inch Solid
1 Saws for Boller: 1 Combination Bolter
\ and Lathe Machine; I Iron Frame Cu'-?
i Off Saw Swing; 8 Extra Ci't-O'i' Se.'V.s?_
32 Inches diameter: 109 Coot 5-luoh
' Pipe: 109 feet 5-lr.ch Pipe Covering;
'30 feet 3-lnch -'Ipe; 41 feet '.
Inch Exhaust Pipe; 2 3-inch '.Craps; j
17 feet extra 5-Inch Pipe; 20 feet extra '
3-inch Pipe: 1 Drill Press: 1 Anvil; l
13x15 Ames Engine; 28 feet 2 7-15
Drum Shaft and 1 Colliding Shaft; 6
Post Hangers, 2 7-16 Shaft; 1 Split
Wood Pulley, 30x0; 1 Split AVood Pul?
ley. 44x10: I Stool Split Pulley, 24x12;
1 Steel Split Pulley. 30x10: 1 Split
AVood Pulley. 3flxS; I Split AVood Pul- y
lev 12x6: 1 Split Steel Pulley, 20xS; l,i
j Split AVood Pulley, 24x9; 1 Spilt AVood .
I Pullev, 16x9: 3 Post Hangers, I 11-16
Shaft; 12 feet 1 11-10 Shnft: 20 feet
1 11-16 Shaft; 3 1 11-10 Post Hangers;
I 17 feet 12-lneh 6-pl.v Rubber Belt; 20 -
1 feet S-lnch 1-plv Rubber Belt; 15 feot ...
j 3-lnch 4-illy Rubber Belt; 16 feet 3
I Inch l-ply Rubber Belt; 22 feet S-lnch
!4-ply Rubber Belt; 20 feet 10-lnch 4- '
ply Rubber Belt: 32 feet fi-ineh 4-ply
Rubber Belt; 17 feet 1-Inch t-ply Rub- i.
her Belt; 24 feet 4-lncll 4-ply Rubber j
Belt; 12 feet 4-Inch 4-ply Rubber Belt;
1 1 feet 6-inch l-ply Rubber Belt.
DRV KILN.
75 feet 3-iucll Feed 1'lpe; 75 feet 3
! inch Pipe Covering: 1 15.000-foot ca
1 pnclty Drv Kiln. Oldtleld pattern; 8
complete Dry Kiln Trucks; 301 feet
20-pound Rail.
HOILERS.
1 S0-horscpower Return Tubular ,
Boiler; 1 100-horsepowcr Return
Tubular Boiler; 2 B-inch Glovo A'alves; !
3 6-Inch 5-Inch Pipe; S 7-Inch Pipe; 1
S-lnch to 3-lnch Tee; 1 S-lnch to 5- ,
inch Tee: 1 5-inch Globe A'alve; 100
feet 1 1-2 Pipe; 2 1 1-2 Injectors.
BLACKSMITH SHOP.
1 Set Tools, Anvils and Bellows; 1
Set Pipe Tools.
SIDE TRACK AND TRAM TRACK.
2,250 feet 20-pound Steel Rail; 2,280 .
I feel 50-pound; Flab Plates and Bolts;
f. Kegs Spikes; 760 Railroad Ties.
Dust Collecting System. Fans, Pipes,
I Dust Collector and Feed Pipes,
i The above described property will ;.
1 be sold either as a whole or In parcels..
I If sold In parcels the terms lo be cash
I for each parcel. If sold as a whole,
! the terms; to be a sulllclont sum In '
; i-nsh to defray the expenses of execut
1 lug this trust, including any taxes l
' and assessments that may be duo on
ihe above mentioned property and un?
paid, and to pay two past cine noten,
one for the sum'of $1.000 and one for
the sum of $9,142.85; both of said notes
being due at IS months from Septem?
ber 21st, 1909, with Interest from Hint
date, and on a credit as to such parts
of the purchnse money as will be suffi?
cient to pay oil" and discharge at ma?
turity the following notes, socurcd by
said deed of trust, dated September
21st. 1009, all of which said notes bear
interest f"oni their date, the principal .
of which said notes Is for the follow?
ing amounts, respectively, and pnyabl?
as follows: A note, for $500 at 24
months, a note for J9.642.S6 at 21
months, a note for $10,142.86 at 30
months, a nole for $10.142.SO at 36
months, a note for $10.142.86 at 42
months, and a note for 510,142.SO at IS
months, the last mentioned note being
subject to a credit of $2,500 as of the
1 Ith rtav of December, 1910. The said
deferred payments are to bo evidenced '
by negotiable notes and secured by a
deed of trust on tho property sold. ?
Should there be any residue of the.
piirchase money the same shall bt .'
payable In cash.
JOHN O. EASLEY,
Trustee.
Colored People
Are developing a protty village of theli
own within twenty minutes of Elba'
Station. The chosen place Is the fln?
old domain of (Ren Allen?-the most'
spacious, picturesque and accosalbl?
of Richmond's many suburbs.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS, .'
Open dally from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission. 26c. Free oo Saturdays..'
;The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
Admission. 25c. FREE ON 3ATURI>A\T

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