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Want Ad. Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD
when paid in advance. ? No Ad.
taken for. loss than TEN
CENTS. ?_
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR
LESS THAN TWENTY
FIVE CENTS when phoned in
or charged at the counter.
Classification not ituarantced
after 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINESS CON*
TRACTS Phone Monroe 1 iot
the WANT AD. MAN to call.
il?st aiiD ;jf oiiu?
iT>sf?""'Xi m?Ait> ii h,b ucKNsk. va.
?mi. Howard il returned to JOHN
l.. WILLIAMS, :tir> Kaut O?.it
lost, ""a ini???ii (gold i knoii,
pearl in cuntie), "ii or near Broad
Street, between .?"<-?<jn? i :iml Sixth. or
Fifth Street, between Broad and
Cury. Pleat* return tu S South Filth
St met, Reward._
jh)tiv ^Utiitr?, iHti?:.
W'?N'TK'?T FOR Ii. S,^\ttM V. ; A Iii. l-f
bodied, ur.marrlod men, between anus
or IS und 36; citizens of United Status,
of good churueter and temperate hau
Its. who can apeak, rund und writer tlx
Fugllsh language. For Information ap?
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE, S20 ICasI
Blond SL. Richmond. Va.; 161 Syeumor?
Kl.. Petersburg, Va.. or Columbia Build?
ing.: Granby atlj Norfolk. Va._
MEN' ;W ANTED, AUK IS TO :|B, GOOD
sight, to prepare for llremun, about
lioo monthly, and brukomeu, <so, on
nearby railroad*. No strike. Posi
Uons guaranteed compcteni iiieri-4
t>, l<n? Hunt to ? Position?. Stale aitu;
sun.I stump. GEORGE II. HA K1311.
Railroad Expert, can.' Timus-Dls
pauli._
AUTO 6CIIOOI..?oi^DESl. LABOES'!'
and beul-ei|ul|iped and only real
practical auto school In this section.
Open day and night the year around.
Call and see for yourself. NOur sat?
isfied puplla are our ? references.
RICHMOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL
US W. Broad Street.
WANTED. A Yp.ung ~M AN OVER 21
years of age, who can use type?
writer,' to act a* deputy clerk. Per?
manent position if satisfactory. a?l
dreSH .1. C. OARRINGTON. Charlotte
Court house, Va, _
WAN T E D, F??n H BSPECTAJ3LI'
white boys for distributing light ad?
vertising matter. Apply at ifS Vlr
glniu Street, between the hours of
t. and 9 A. M._
.WANTED. MEN TO LEARN UAH BE It
trade; few weeks required: best
paying work within the reach of
poor men; wages from 11j t<> i'iO
weekly. Booklet mailed free OHEAT
EH niCH.MO.ND ?AHUK1! COLLEGE.
Richmond._Va._
WANTED; g A >": PR i NT Ell TO do CO?I-.
position and i?\> work. Work oasy.
Apply Box ". Muthuws, Va.
boy OVER IS; FAI.'t EDUCATION, TO
qualify lor mall service; suft., 16C
|.i .?. a .\ vr . C dar Kapldp. In.
WANTED* POSITION ?Y n??KKEKK
er and accountant'. IS years' experi?
ence, now employed. Good reasons
for desiring change. AilOt'css J 125,
??are Times-Dispatch._
1, E A l: N AUTOMOBILE BUSIN ESS:
home lessons; J^.'. weekly job guar?
anteed; Jiu weekly while learning.
ROCHESTER auto SCHOOL. 20us
Kochestcr, n. Y.
wanted;: young "men- of good
character to learn the automobile
business. We must have betw"een
ilfty and sevenly-nve men for our
factory connections within the next
three months, and we will allow m.ajl
who can furnish roterenci! to pay a
part of the co.*t of learning out of
their ilrat month's salary. Mr. C. \V.
Yeamnns, 'JIS West Broad. Hichmond.
Va;, no longer connected with this
Institution. For all Information ad?
dress communications direct to Wash?
ing Dept., 1905 Fourteenth Streut. N
W , Washington. P. C_
wanted, REGISTERED PHARMA
. cist: one with experience preferred.
Answer at once. Address PARAGON
0111X1 co.. Damascus', Va._
DHI.? ""CLERK" WANTED; REFER"
units required. SCOTT BROS..
Cha rlestoh. w. Va, _t__
THREE " SOLICITORS WITH GOOD
address for a Number 1 proposition.
Apply, with references, 221-223 West
Broad Street.
wf3T"wa1?tT:d, age is to as, to
prepare for firemen, about $100
monthly, and bra kernen. $Ro, on near?
by railroads; experience unnecessary;
no strike. Positions guaranteed com?
petent men?8,400 sent to positions
. State- ago and physical condition.
Send Stamp RAILWAY ED. ASS'.'*.
iMre ' Times--1 dspa l.-h.
CHAUFFEURS EARN }25 PER WEEK.
Become, one bV taking an unlimited
course, daS' or night, in our garage
and machine shop, actual practice
direct with the cars. Oldest, largest
and bust equipped training school In
the South; one-hnlf payable In *nd
vnnce for a life scholarship; balance
when'you set a position. NATIONAL
AUTO SCHOOLS CORPORATION.
221-223 West BrOnd Street. Monroe
1051_
COL?TTeD AI EN BECOME CIIAUF
feurs, day or night lessons; part
payments. SOUTHERN* A U TU
SCHOOL. -113 Brook Avenuj
Al CLERK AND GENERAL OFFJCE
man, at present employed, desires po?
sition na bookkeeper or assistant.
Address fl 7Sh, care Ttmea-piapatch.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN !JWlTH
some training, position in drug store
during summer; salary no Object.
Address A. D. PARSON, 707 Fast
Leigh, Richmond, Va.
Y?UNG GEN*T1.EAIAN oT"77oOD R EC
ommendailons, experienced gasolene
engineer, wishes position In garage
or with some gentleman: will give
two weeks of tlnid free for expert
nice. J 120, care Times-1 ?ispntch.
DRUGGIST. AGIO 20. ALL AROUND
man, wants pos'tlou. Address AI. S..
care Rosenberg, 3x>? Crlmmlnes Ave
nue. Bronx. Now York._.
^clp^Mantc?, .jfemnie.
WANTED. EXFFIU BNCEd'T*ELP' ON'
'' dresses; .aiso apprentices, lot West
Grace. _ '_
WANTED, YOUNG LADY FOR STBN
ographei- and light ofllcc work; sal?
ary consistent. .State experience.
Address A f.ii?, cure Times-Ulspatclt.
WANTED, 'COUNTRY* OH "tflTY GIR?
for store and house; good home for
party willing to work. Address C
_CIO, can; Times-Dispntch._
LAIlY *CAN'"V ASS EI {'?"WANTED, AN
littcllignnt lady to call on business
men In Virginia; light samples; all
. expenses and small salary to begin
with. Address Box 181?. Pulaskl. Va.
WANTED, .X SE'rV?NT ; 1 {QOM ON
premises._1708 Park_Ax-onuo^_
WANTED, A SETTLED WHff 13 WO
man to cook and keep house for a
bachelor In the country. A widow
with one or tu'o children preferred.
A good homo for the right party.
References required. Address D 710,
enro Timcs-lHapatch.
' we7 can repair "tour automo
' folio springs, body, top, cushions,
wheels and paint In the finest man?
ner. r. H. BOSIIER'S sons. IB s.
Ninth Street._
YOtJR RENT ACCOUNT placed
with N. W. BOWE & SON Insures
best rosults.
.WANTED/"" Y??NO ' MAN" TO* TAKE
hitlf-lnierost In nice, established
btishiess-; cash required, $2f>0. Address
B G21, euro Tlmes-DJsptUch.
isMtuatioik 02ilariteD. tfemah.
\\"a'ntkd.' ~iiy ~HirXcicstonk grad
?into, position In private school iir
Moiiilnmy; KngllHli brunches titught;
English uiiil liiulhem i tics u Hp.-dai?
ly; no music. Address MISS m. M..
eure P?Vlioastcr, Kui'iiloyr. Vii.
kxPER 1 kn0Kd STBNpURAA~HKR di**
i-ilros position by Juli"- i. (.; ii. cmo
? Times- Dispatch.
hu m: iaAiJi vi i 111 ,-,iVii-: ' t
of invalid huly. AUtllC?M ii ?2?i Olli-?
Times-Dispatch.
\V A XT KD ? VOUN?. LADY 'iVANTh
position us plitnu cceoiiipii lnl. Ad?
dress Hull it". As' hind, Vn._
WANTKI i; A ' t'lOOD ' cook ;' ?'(JUAN
<>i Iltti.lt; IlUiut 1)0/ii 11 right. IRVING
| TON llH.tOll iluiKT.. Irving ton; Va.
, wanteu77mi:n7 AND \\'?MKN, to
I liiukii houae-lo-huus*- canvass, solllill:
| ilout. Call al i>u ii. Eighth Street.
; J. ,i l.l.S DSKJ .
' WANTKI). RKHOKT HOTEL I fi? LP
olllce assistants, sulcslauies, sales
ine?., bookkeepers. ) 1*1 EDal?NT KM
1'l.jOVMKST AGENCY, Diirhiin, N C.
i;ii; money writing songs; th?u
nan<lu ot dollars (or iiiiy one who can
write successful words or music.
i l'iisi experience jut necessary. Semi
mi your souk poems, v. Hb or without
1 music, or write fur free particulars.
Accept.wi'-'t guaranteed If available. !
: Washington only ptuoc io secure
copyright. ||. K1KKUS DUGDALB
, t;<> pepi. :iiv VVttMhliiKttin. D. C_j
feituatiim*;, ^Jrou-ssiouai.
I WantkT), for kxpenses. ' sm;.\
llon iih tioveriies'1 during summer. In
country home; experienced teacher: |
|- references exchanged. MIKS- M J.?
j MASSBY, Itoclt Hill. S. C.
' wantkd. iKbrt thi: ?cOmTng he's
sloti, a position to teach small chll.-j
dr'on English and imixic. KLato Urms 1
Hti.s 1 III. Ki edei-lekbliurH. Va._
^tjeiu& CUU?HCC?.
Al'ToMOHl i.ks. - AUTOMOBILE-own- '
ers, safeguard your machines against j
theft, "Joy riding" and startlnu iun- !
uwnrcs. Get a suunders' auto lock.)
Agents wanted. SOUTHERN STEEL
PltODI.'cts CO., INC., 123U Mutual!
Building, Hierum.mi.
WANTED, LI vie AGENT FOR EVERY
i Ity, to'sell most effective disinfec?
tant on the market; wili pay big com- j
mission. Write fop sample*! and par-I
titulars to the sol. C?LKMAN MAN
FFACTFItlX?: co., Memphis, Term.
.fui?cE?ancouB.
^aiVnIngs:' awnings: awnings:
J FOOL Till: SUN BY PLACING your |
oriier tor awnings with us now. Wei
! nie In a position to meet ail de.- '
1 mauds promptly. It. )?;. co PK land
j A: co., l".i n. Ninth Street. I'hono
Mildly..ii 257 ij._j__
HOUSE CLEANING.
CABPKT AND MATTING LAYING;
waxing and staining floor*; windows
j washed. WILLIAM JOHNSON, Mon
, roe .312i). _
HI' BBER HOSE.
ELECTRIC IS Till: BKST; NO KINK,
will outwear any hose made. 2<1 cents
per foot. See our full line. 10 cents j
io 25 cents per foot. HOWKLL HBOS,. ;
i f.l?*> Knst Broad Street. I
! PBnFECTTlON OIIi>COOK STOVES.ij
j _ I
j NO ODOB. NO SMOKE; A PKRFKCt!
i cooker three burners: complete, with
two-burner oven. jn. at HOWKL1.
BB?3.; C16 East Broad, _
12.50
j BUYS A GUARANTEED LAWN MOW
cr, Ball bearing mowers, "Keen
! Kutter" and Pennsylvania, at all
! prices. HOWKLL "HBOS., ?1? Fast
Broad.
BAKERY.
3-POUND J ELL Y ROLL 25C.; 100 I.EM -
on cukes. 35c; 12 large ct'cam puffs,
25c. . DItlNlvABD'S, 123 1-2 North
. Sixth Street.
CLEANING AND DVKING: SILKS.
Wit MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN- I
lug and dyeing silks, tatlns. laces. I
furs, pongees, foulards, household |
? drabcrles, blankets, etc. Nothing tun 1
'Until ult. SPITZEH. My Cleaner, 102
North PjiKhlh Street. Phone Madison
_ 1121_._I
I St.'!:kEN DOORS AND WINDOWS;
ALL PRICES. ALL SIZES. LOOK AT.
j these prices: Doors. |1 to 12..'.0: ad-'
! Justable wire screens, 24 Inches high, |
I 33 Inches wide. 25 cents each: 30;
Indies high, 32 inches wide, 10 cents j
I each. Dozen lota we make you a .
special price. HOWKLL BROS., ?1HJ'
i East Blond. J
I i\\namX"~ iTIttITrsT j
'PANAMA AND STRAW HATS CI.EAN
! od. bleached, block. retrimmed.
AMERICAN HAT CO.. Hatters. Fifth
and Marshall.
WATCH KKPAlRINtT
tour WATCH REPAIRFD OB
cleaned by WiL TOBIEN. jr., Is ?
guarantee that,,it is dons properly*
Twenty years' experience. Cleaning,
51; main springs, 51. 1US East, utruad
Slreot. work guaranteed.
MATTRESSES! MATTH ESSEsl
WE SF.ND FOR YOUR MATTRESS IN
the morning, make It over like new.
nnd return It to you the same day.
New hair mattresses a specialty. JA
COB UM LAUF. Phone Madison 3292
SHOE REPAIRING.
! 75c uALFSOLK MEN'S SHOES. 60c
j ladies,: every pair sewed: best leath?
er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub
j her heels, 25c; Tran-Air rubber heels,
1 -10c; leather heels rebuilt like new.
' 25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
i FACTOR V. 716 East Main. Phone
j Monroo ?GC7.
: UpilOLSTBRlNa AND MATTRESSES
' PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD
I pieces I'cupl.iuia tared. Mattresses*
renovated neatly. Sanitary methods;
1 Reliable work. RYDNOR & HUXD
i LBV. 711 East Broad. .Madison 3201.
'|jutt::v.t'-?i??i anb i.0St &lQtit
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCK'S,
FISCH EL AND BICKERD1KE
STRAINS;
R. C. RHODK ISLAND REDS,
DB ORAFFE STRAIN;
jl.00 FOR 15.
M IN I BOR Y A FARM,
DRICWRY'S BLUFF. VA.
PHONE MADISON 1085-J.
T E.UI M U IKS. i HARNESS" WAGON.
?2S.r>J_ !?'. Al. COLE. Chester, Va.
FOR ; SALE, THORO?GHBTtBD BE Ar
gle hound puppies. Apply to C. A.
r.ATHR IGIIT. WoochUlld C. II.. Va.
FOR SALB, THOROUGHBRED COL
lie pups, ten woelcs old; beautiful,
intelligent and affectionate; splendid
guards; males, 35; remules. $3. Ap
, ply to THOrf. II. WOODING, Level
Run, Vn. . _ _
FQR SALE, TWO GENUINE HOLDr
stoin male calves. Address J. L- &
__ 'VC'. M l LI ,E1!, R. F. D. No. 3. City.
CLEARING OUT SALE OF STOCK OF
pure, bred awlnc. ARCADIA STOCK
FARM, Dumbarton. Vn.
YOUNG SlAN. ,O?OD REFEXvEWJES.
wants cool room nnd bath (no board)
near Westmoreland Club. P 861. caro
Times-Dispatch. ^_
b!5auttpul moIdern^^oven'room
lint, near oar line; light, airy room**,
recently papered nnd painted; eloc
trie lights; se.pnrato entrance; un
cxpirod lease til! September. .Rent
reduced to Immodlntc tenant PrcH
ent occupant leaving city. Phono
Madison 7931-1*
DAILY PUZZLES
Wim) nil children enjoy.
ANSWER Til VBSTB'tDA V'S VV7.7.UK- I
' Sprayer.
jv'or gi>?\r.
PLATFORM SCALES. IN O?OD COX
_ditlon. I. Itl.UFOUjj & CO.
FOR wagons, uu Tu ::icu.wtusuN
bros.. 1,1 r, Brook Avenue.
SO DA : W A TJ311 F? U NTAIN. IN GOOD [
_Kondition.;' Phono ? Madison S3J -.
NEWMAN'S UMBRELLA FACTORY
I'mlii'-llas anil parasol* recovered
und repaired; prluea reajfonatdo; ?Um?
mer purasols .recovered with your
own goods to match your dies.*.
' I'll one us und we will tell you how
rituell goods you need. We have
big line of summer parasols from 50e.
up to $5 apiece. Also a big line of
** n n 1111 c 11 a h from 5Qc. up to tin apiece.
Coino and'see us, wt. will treat you
right; ."-18 Hast Broad Street.
'Phone Monroe 2109.
CHEAP, ALL KINDS OF ijECOND
hund mechanical tools Apply JEF?
FERSON LOAN OFFICE. 1705 East
Main Stcaat.
Ftm SALEv '.; COWPEA S, I NMIXED*
at 12.30. and mixed, at $2.25, f.
o. I>. .1. P. WALTERS, [.?Orange,
_ N. C. _
RUN A BOUTS, BUG'.! IBS, SURREYS;
steel and rubber tires; high grud&i
price low. Call and see thorn. Terms
reasonable. T. H. DUKE <fc CO , &'M
Brook Avenue.
FROM GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS?
One million feel of lumber, all kinds;
|io?t-otIire fixtures (cost $2,000). Ap?
ply to the GOLDEN. MICHEL BRO?
THERS <?- Co., Exposition Grounds,
Pine Beach. Va.
LUMBER. LATHS. SHINGLES. SASH,
blinds, doors. WOODWARD & SON.
Ninth and Arch. Richmond. Va.
FINEST AUTOMOBILE PAINTING
done at R. U. BOSHER'S SON'S. 15
South Ninth Street. _
SBCONIV7'"?ND MACHINERY OF
every ilescrlptlon. Including wood?
working machinery, sawmills, boil?
ers, engines, hangers, pulleys, shaft?
ing and belting. Condition guaran?
teed. 1. BLUFORI \ .t CO.. 1S3S East,
Caryl_ _ _
OUR LI N E OF VE 111 CL.B8 IS COM ?
plete, consisting of surreys, buggle.s
and r?nubouta of every style. Wfc
are agents for the celebrated Co?
lumbus buggies, the standard of the
world. A. MEYER'S SONS, 7.11 Ess*,
t.'ary Street.
ONE R?BBER-TIRED TOP BUGGY
and set harness, which sold for
$130. now $85: In good condition, and
used but very little.
SEVERAL SECOND-HAND BUGGIES j
that we must Veil to make room
Prices from {If. up. One of them
might suit you.
WE HAVE ONE OF THE HANDSOM
est cut-under rubher-llrcd surreys
on our floor to be found in the city.
If you want something fine see this
one.
WE HAVE THE MOST COM PL ET E
line of runabouts, buggies and Hi
rey? in the olty. Prices from 140 up.
Our prices are the lowest. BRISTOWr
WORSHAM CO.. 1435 Fast Main.
FOR SALE.' A. GOOD;,GENTLE DRlV"r
lug horse, harness, buggy and surrey.]
AildresH B 422j eare Tlmeg.-DlspatCh.
TYPEWRITERS"RENTED. 3 MONTfi S.
$5. Rent applied on purchase
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE
CO.. 605 _E. Main Street._
I FOR SALE, ONE BED ROOM SUITE,
one piano (seven octave WheelocU).
one hat rack, sideboard, gas stove,
? self-feeder; drugget, rug?, and oil?
cloths, new matting and some othc
effects. Apply 405 W. .Marshall St..
bet ween '.' and 3. j
Ft .?t^?T.E^ARGU?- (K)I*D mining
Corporation stock, any part of 1,600 ;
shares at .10 cents a share. Under j
Intelligent management should prove !
handsome dividend-payer. Addrass |
P. O. Rox 607. Richmond. Va.
Coal an? ^?oob.
HlfjKORY STOVE W?OD7
DO TOU WANT A LOAD OF THE
best hickory wood In the city cut
to atove lengths? You can gat It
by 'phoning your order to Madison
411. Deliveries promptly made. VIR?
GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL I
COMPANY._
LONG'S SPRING WOOD MAKES
quick fire and good hest, because he j
has kept It stored away. It la per- |
fectly dry and exactly what you need
at this season, when It is usually
hard to get dry wood at any price
1 Phono Madison 1069 __
j ~~~ SPRING """-LEANING?" '
CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED WITH '
vacuum cleaners quickly and cheaply
|, In your home, on the floor; no bother
taking up or moving anything. Will
call and give estimate' If you send
address to "VACUUM CLEANER
BOYS." 15 E. Marshall. Phone Mon?
roe 294S-.I. AVe arc salesmen forj
hand and electric cleaners, from $15 |
to $126. /
TRAVELING SUITS, $25.
MADE TO ORDER.
WE HAVE ABOUT THIRTY f30i SUIT
PATTERNS IN STYLISH MIX?
TURES-?GRAY. BLUES AND A FEW
BLACKS?WHICH WE WILL MAKE
UP TO ORDER IN PLAIN TA-ILOR?
FI> SUITS FOR $25. COME EARLY
AND GET THE PICK. EVERY SUIT
GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY IN
FIT AND WORKMANSHIP, i M.
GOLDSTEIN, LA 1)1 KS' TAI LOU.
SOUTHWEST CORNER SEVENTH
AND FRANKLIN STREETS.
NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR
automobile painted for spring. Th"
best work nt R. H. BOTHER'S SONS.
_15 South Ninth Street._
K I D GL O V*E S* C~L E A N E D, ALL
lengths. 10c. Our nnlo will coll for
and deliver anywhere anything.
SPITZER, My Cleaner and Dyer. 102
North Eighth Street. Phone Mndlaon
J1 21._ _
YOUfT RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWS & SON insu.aa
best results.
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT* AND SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 209 North Third.
TEACHERS CAN^GET A^R^ACtIVb
booklet describing vacancies in
schools and colleges paying from $3o
to $160 monthly. DEPT. A, SOUTH?
ERN* TEACHERS' AGKNCY; Colum
hla. S. C._' ;_
WANTED,*" SEVERAL G??D TEACH
ers for positions In Tennessee and
Georgia. Write R. H. PICK ELL, Box
i 460,. KnoxvlUe, lonn.
?chI ?E?rctc for :%>i\lt.
foii sali: handsome residence
Hi Sate in, Va.. ,i beautiful town In
tin- valley (il tin- Hot it ok a. electric
lighted/sanitary plumbing; near cm
line iiitil school*. Abo residence und
thlrlv-live acres <??' land. ?Uli 'jciil'lng
^Njiple orchilnl. Ju-K outside tin- oor
poin.Uvllmlts of Sab in. Va. Will ex?
change fur good farm in Plcdtiiiuit
, or Valley of Virginia, l-'or terms, ad
dies:; TIM-: OWNER, I'. O. Itox 60,
Salem. Va.
your; iti-SAk "acc?unI placed i
with N. \V, BOWK .v. SON Insure*
lipfi results.
FOB' SALE. A'I tk.u ' Ti VK (Mi KSTNIT
Hill hoine, corner ho i.-.. mi car Hue;
grape arbor and .stable: convotilenl
in city] a bargain. I'boni! Madison
L?t>5-J.
.mi st sell* AT ONCE srr.i; is ban ,
lot; cheap for cash Add. ess H 595,'j
en re Times - Dispatch,
FOB SALB. BM?UTUtJC wat Bit- '
front home; all modern-conveniences,
overlooking Fortress Mom.-v. Iltmp
to.i Bonds; b?'utlng. bathing, llshlng:
large lawn, sham- trees: two minutes'
walk to car. For further information
address S. 1!. W.. .cue I'oatmiiKter.
Huckroe. Va. ' \_
?eol '??tau far Ivtnt.
fT'rnXsihod hbsTdbnci-: on se'miI
nary campus for rent duitne bum?
mer. Address "b," No I. West wood
Avenue, Gintec I'm!..
hxJTt TsBNT; ASJiLAND home. F?Ff
nlslied; S room* F S2?, .?arc Times
_ Dls-patch;_
FUIIN1SH'E.D SUBURBAN' HOMB;
modern ootivenlences; plenty of
shade. W. H. VAWTKItj High land
I'a rk.
rent FREE TO it KBIT 1'AHTV;
large country home and garden. b.
GOY1NOS. 1301 Est Main street,
Richmond.
isxal Qttitact fi'<?;:Ktr(;.
W ANTE'S, ' Tli' BENT Fl H ini SHE i >
centrully located house or apart?
ment for three mouths; family of
three adults. Price tmt to exceed
$25. Phone Madison 177-S-l., or ud
dress A nOu. care TinioB-I>l3patch.
YOUR rent' , ACCOUNI PEACES
with N. W. HOWE Ai son Insure*
best results.
CAREFUL) TENANT~"wAn I S HOUSE
for summer months or linger; .??u
hurbaii, if near car stop or city; fur?
nished or unfurnished; Hive parllttii
lars. II 71. care 'ITme.-f-Dispatch;
WANTKD,To lil'V FIKJii OWNlii;"
detuched cottage, three or four
moms. Must be convenient to city:
v.-ry reasonable. State price, Don't
ml tu I If eaat or wesl near car line.'
a :.a6. core Times-| i.-n. li_
Booms, for l\mt.
1 i'?o'm's' FOR"'R'EN'f' F?11X18il ED* AX1?'
Vnfurnifiied. 71 s East Marshall
Street._)
Ml K. CLAY. FRONT ROOMS* LA ROE.
_small; central: bath: phone.
LAIl?E. BA<'K BOOM, I I I;N(SHED
for light hoi(sokeeplhg. 710 Bast
Franklin.
PLEASANT SITTING ROOM AND BED
1 room connecting, with board; geutle
men preferred. ilu W. Giuce Street.
FURNISHED ROOMS. DAY OR WEEK:
private family. 507 North Sixth.
FOR *R ENT. . NEW L V FU RNIS11 BU>
front room. convenient to bath;
terms reasonable'. 313 "West Clay
Street. _
for rent. NfCKFlf?XT HO?~M~f5r
three or four gentlemen. Apply
502 1-2 N. Fifth Street_
mrs;"cha'sV~k'.'"}jowi;i'.^. us bast
I Franklin. handsomely appointed
rooms, with board; large, well-von
111 a ted dining room, ouciilng onvS'ec
ond Street Meals By dav_or_week.
j WANTKD. a few MORE BOARDERS.
.-table boar.! and dinners a specialty:
1 charges moderate. 103 Bust Gary._
BOA ! i DERS FOR DOUBLE" ROOMS:
also table boarders. 209 East Grace
HANOV.BR CAFE, 100 \VEST FRANK
lln. Reduced rates for summer
months. mrs. LEE STUNE lips:
COMB_
SINGLE OR DOUBLE ROOMS, WITH
j or without first-class table board.
Address 104 K .Main.
?HantcD.
j SB C'ol*"D-H a N D 'MlACH tNERV" OB
Of ever> deserlptlrn bought at full
I value. CLARKNCE COSBY, 1623 E
I Cnry St. Prione * '..idlsop 3528._
! WANTKD. TO BOY KOtv CASH.. iiOUSB
[ hold goods In any quantity. Phone
! Madison 3861. _
j WANTED, to~BUY a SECOND-uaND
I wheat hinder. State make, price,
j time used, where to be seen. Ad?
dress CASH, care P. O.. Station No. 2.
i Richmond. Va.
"l fi i RS ES?BOA RI > AN PASTU I I b. J m -
provement guaranteed. C. B. CHOW?
DER. Kemp's Farm. Madison 4057-.I.
WANTKD. A SECOND-HAND PHONO
grapb, in go"d working order, witli
records; must be cheap for cash. Ad
dress1 W. C. SN Y DER, Harvey's
Wharf. Va._
T Y P EW HIT 171 IS REN TK D. 3 MONTHS
$5. Rent applied on purchase.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE
CO.. 60S K- Main Street._'
Summer jSonrbing.
I H I L' Ii SI 1) E COT T AG E.?BO A R D lNt3
reasonable. Ocean View, Va. MRS.
M. FENTRESSJ Mgr. Address. 115
_Mohticollo' Avc._
! AV A N T ED. SUM MBB BOARDERS.
MISSES HAMILTON. Hunter's Hall.
Albemaiie Co:,; Sliadweli;. Va. _
A l:l :-,-Vl-WI ";-:t MM?.-(:. HOME FOR A
limited number; Piedmont section.
Address '.'SPRINGFIELDS,': Gordons-;
! villo. Va. _ _
DIGGS'S COTTAGE. FRONTING CHES
apcake Hay. will open for boarders
May 15 for s eason 1011;'modern Im?
provements; terms reasonable. MRS.
H. A. D1GGS, Proprietress, Ocean
I View. Va._
hWANTED, HOARDERS IN! PRIVATE
home, baa .nil fully located, in the
[ mountains of Virginia, four miles
from railroad, live minutes' walk to
pOSt-'Oflloe und stores. MRS. E. L.
BARLOW. Lovlngalon. Va._
WANTED. AS SUMMER BOARD BUS.
thone who desire to spend their vaca?
tion at a quiet resort near the water.
Applv POWELL'S HOTEL, Gwytics,
Va._
WANTED. SUMMER B O A R D E R S*
r.dulls preferred; comfortable nccorn
niodatlons; terms reasonable; neigh?
borhood unusually good; half-mile of
mountains; near church, posl-office,
! llbrarv, depql and swimming pool
MBS. SHACKELFORD, SR.. Cisniom.
i Vh._,___?__-____?__^,.
LABG ESI' A NI ? BKST AS.HORTM BNT
of newest styles In millinery, suits,
dresses, all kinds, of roudy-miwlo gar?
ments for ladles, misses and chil?
dren; nlteratloiis free. Small 'ex?
penses means a saving for you. Also
a lino of pattern hats for tho trade.
MRS JULIUS BEAR, 1123 E. Alain
?SI root.
^?tomoli?c?3, for &ale ~~
BEAlTTIFUL SEVEN '^PASSIONGEH,
$5,000 car. Will exchnnge for small
touring car. Apply AUTOMOBI I..E
EC, HANGE, 221-223 West Broad
Street. ;"
??t?morJn^ES~BOUgTit, sol.lTT BX -
changed; free repairs for onn year,
? Include, the following; "Matbewson."
cost $5.500. now $1.250; "E. M. F.,"
$550; 1011 "Interstate," $1,500; "Now
Hudson." $975; six-cylinder "uids
moblle." $.1.000; "Chalmers," $900;
"Autocar," $150; Parry' Beg.il, Roo,
Hulck, Franklin; .lackson, Rnmblor.
Thomas, Maxwell, from $150 up, and
many others. AUTOMOBILE EX?
CHANGE, 221-223'West Broad Street.
Alum o.c 1.051,
May 15, 1911.
Tili: BOARD of DIRECTORS op
K?stern State Hospital will award
contract for con! consumed at East?
ern State Hospital for one year, be?
ginning .Mine 1st. at the next regu?
lar meeting, which will he held at
Wllliamsburg. Va? Juno 1911
Upon application speclticatlons for
this contract' will be submitted.
G W. UROWNi
Superintendent.
"Test ?TFf om?uilh paIntino done
tit 11 !i. BOSHHIt'S SUNS. 15 South
Nihil. Street
uah be It si ATTENTION'! TUB oni.V I
t/iiu .nie BicKi r.iU.it v. til call lor,
ahurpeii ami' deliver your shears.'
?ii Busi Mam. Photic. Madison 3398. j
E?UH 'itK.NT ACCOUNT i'l.ACBU i
with N. W. HOWE SON Insuraa
best resultg._ I
SPRINGTIME IS II ehe. get YOUR
last vcar's clothes out and phone!
Madison 1121 ami our automobile will
call, tret and return your garment!*
in At condition. SPITZER. My Clean?
er and Dyer, iti'j North lcigtitn Street
RKLLXBIjE 'J'HANS I'M: It. ,.(! I. EN E ICS.
302 North Ninth Street, hauia trunks
for 25 cents, valises 1 ; cents: claim ?
checks Isaiied dl the house for your
baggage Two men on our wagon
We make a specialty <>f moving fur?
niture and pianos. Phone Madison I
1115; residence phone .Monroe 3J8U. i
WANTED, THE I'U ItLIC to know
that J ahn k E UHuS, Jewelers. ?13 j
East .Main Street, buy sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN the
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sll- i
vor always taken In e\u.>ia::<-c. j
"&n>iiirr nub (?lenrimjj
DYEING AN 1.1 'CLEANING.
'THE 'REST DYEING AND CLEAN-|
lug can be found at Gl l.L S. Suits
scoured and pressed, T5c. 325 North ?
Flfthi Phone 1862._;
:2rioar? <3;<i3nnreu. , I
?OAltfi WANTI .'D. MARRIED COU" |
pie, without chH-dreii. between liar
rlson and Fifth and Main and Broad:
i private faiiillv preferred. A 551. care
I 'TlmoB-Dis patch_ . i
^calcb $)roposal?. I
? V. S.' ENGINEER OFFICE]"920 SEV- '
' enleenth Street. N.' W., Washington.!
1>. p.. April 'Jo 1911.?Sealed pro-]
posals for constructing und .revolting
.tellies ami driving marking pips In
i James River, Virginia, will be re
: eelved ill this oltice until 12 M.. MAY
; 2o. 1911, and tnen publicly opened
Information on application at u. S
Engineer ufllce. JS N. Ninth St.. Rich
t inund, Vh. W. C. LANUFITT. Lieu -
' Col.. Enurs._ I
! A BA lit! A1N FOR SOME .ONE.- -THE
I undersigned invite bids for the entire
j plant of the Kelly Suspender Coill
i puny, which Is now. In operation. It
consists , of six power machines and.
J till other iiece,suary machines and
( equipments for the .complete manu?
facture of all ?r?des of sus|Kmders.
together with several htmdrcd doz?
ens of manufactured suspenders
I ready for shipment, and unfinished
j produrt sufficient. It is estimated, lo
I muke n thousand do'/.en pairs of sus?
penders? capacity about 60 dor.en ?
' pairs per day; including desks.
] chairs, safe, t ype writer, good will,
J etc.
Kids received until June 1. and j
1 Plant may he seen In operation any1
day. Machinery and other materials
practically as good as new.
The huslness has onjoyrd an es?
tablished trade throughout the
|l Southern States for about eight
years.
Right to accept or reject all bids
rose r veil.
f H. L. COOK.
Q. K. NI MOCKS,
_Fuyeitevllle. N. C.
itltetlngs.
21 MASONIC NOTICE.?A SPECIAL
TtV i oinnumle.it ion of Joppa Lodge,
j /v\\'o. 40. A., F. & A. M? will he held
1 at the MnsnuiefTcinpIc THURSDAY, ISth
Inst.. at 6:30 o'clock P. M.
Members of sister lodges and tran
I'sient brethren are fraternally invited
! to ba present.
I!y order of the Worshipful Master.
OECjR?E C. JEFFERSON,
Secretary.
PanbrujJt Siatlus.
sovicS" "of* f i r st m eT^tTng of I
CREDITORS.
In the matter of 1 No. 1021.
! CHARLES f. BROOKS, in
-idtMHUvg ) Bankruptcy,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT of THE
UNITED STATES for THE EAST?
ERN* DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the creditors of CHARLES f.
BROOKS, of Richmond. In the county
of Henrlco and district aforesaid?
Bankrupt:
Notice is herehv given that on
the 5th day of May. A. D. 1911, the said
CHARLES f. BROOKS was duly ad?
judicated bankrupt, and that the first
meeting of his creditors will bn held
In my office, Rooms Nos. SOD and SO.;.
American National Bank Building.
Richmond, Vs., on the 23D DAY op'
MAY. A. D., 1911, at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon, at which time the said
creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt and transact such other busi?
ness as may properly come before said
meeting.
THOS. B. SNBAD,
Roleroo in Bankruptcy.
May 13, 1911,
_ JRea^^tatt^for fpJojeL
Being Unwilling to Sell
Land by INSTALMENT i
And rinding that colored people will
i buy oh nn other plan. I hereby wilh
Idraw my Glen Allen lots from sale to
; colored people. j
i JOHN CUSSONS.
r
Cottage Gardens
Twenty minutes from Elba Station,
will be sold to Germans preferably.
Commutation fare is twelve cents. Run
out and look at them, or write for
particulars to
JOHN CUSSONS.
Olcti Allen, Va.
auction JbaitB. jjTuturc ?aya.
By A. jT*Chewnlng; Company]
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COURT SALE
OF
NO. 901 WEST LEIGH STREET
AND
NO 50S NORTH GRAHAM STREET.
In execution of a decree of the Rtch
| inond Chancery Court, entered May
? J'Jlh. 1911. In the suit of Hurry Jones
' and others, va, Wilson Jones's Adniinls
| tralor and others, we will, as special
; commissioners thereby opolntod; sell
by public auction, uKon the promises, on
i SATURDAY. MAY 20TH. 1911,
at ii o'clock P. M .
the property numbered as above, front?
ing 15 feet on the Southern lino of
Leigh Street, and extending' hack
within parallel lines 97 feet to an alley
1 I feet wide.
If you are looking for a profitable
investment do not fall to attend this
sale
TEflMS: One-third cosh; balance at
ii. 12 and IS mouths, for negotiable
notes. Interest added, and titln re?
tained unlll all of the purchase money
Is paid and n conveyance orderod by
the court, or all cash, at ^he option
of the purchaser.
SOL. CUTCH1NP,
J. R. POLLARD.
.1. THUS HBW1N,
Special Commissioners.
The bond required of the Special
Commissioners in the above, suit' has
been duly given.
CHASS. o. SAV1LLE, Clerk.
The Vd~eitffie?iicti?t! Co.
AUCTIONEERS
618 EA?T. BHOAD S1;
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, ELECTRIC
FANS. RUBBER BELTING. GAS AND
KT KAM KITTINOS. MACHINERY
AND MACHINE PARTS, LARGE
PI/AT FORM SCA7.ES. ETC., AT
AUCTION.
Wo \v111 sell at No. Hi02 East Frank.
1111 Street,
THURSDAY. MAY IS.
at l')::<n o'clock,
:? large assortment of Electric Sup
pi ir- of various and sundry kinds, In?
cluding several rolls '.arg?- Wire and a
large number of spools small Wire,
several Electric Fans, largo lot of Rub?
ber Holtum .111,1 Rubber Packing, largo ]
lot of tins arid Steam Fittings. Steam
Gauges. Shaft Hangers, Shafting, l'ul-|
leys, large Platform Scales. (Ins Klx-j
lures, large Ice Crusher, case of Steam .
Racking. harrM Enamel Paint, In car.s:
Isovural piece* of Machinery and Ma?
chine Parts, and numerous other goods!
of like character.
This sale comprises a large lot o(
wreck goods from railroad sales, and]
must he sold and moved at once to
make room. Everything will be sold,
regardless as to price or value.
TERMS: Cash.
TIIK VAI.F.NT1NK AUCTION CO
By Rlilliosoti & Criilchfleld,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
trustees' sake
OF
[THAT laboe and desirable
brick dwelling, No. 202 east
clay street;
I In execution of a certain deed of
! trust to the undersigned, dated May 7, ]
; I!? 10. and recorded in clerk s office of
i Richmond Cliuncerv Court, in D B;
I "07 "C," .pace 75. default having been j
made in' the payment 'of t'.WO of the .
! notes thereby secured, and being re- ,
1 quired so to do by the holders o' same.
I wo will sell by public auction, on the
? premises, on
THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1911,
at 5 o'clock P. M .
tho real estate described lit said deed
as follows:
"All that certain lot of land, together
with the two-story brick dwelling
thereon, known as No 202 Enst Clay
' Street, lying and being in the city of
Richmond, Vs., and bounded and lle-i
1 scribed as follows, io-wil: Beginning
at a point en the nort Hue of Clay
(-?Si root 35 feel 9 inches east of the
J northeastern Intersection of Second and
. Clay Streets, or nt the centre o? the
I partition wall of itw lonctticjit hereby
; conveyed and that adjoining on the.
I'west, 1 hence northwardly from said
: point, said line passing through tho
! aforesaid partition wall 102 feel 3
, Indies to an alley in common 4 feet
2 Indies wide, thence eastward!}* along
i the south lino of sold alley 34 feet 3
1 inches, thence southwardly 10" feet 3
Inches, thence ivcstwurdly along the
i said north line of Clay Street and
fronting thereon .'!', feel 7 inches to
' the point o( beginning on Clay Street."
I* TERMS: Cash sVifllrjcnt to pay the
expenses of executing the trust, all
'taxes, levies and Insurance premiums
j now- ?lue. and also a ratable proportion
of the tn\cs and levies for tho year
I 1911 and to puy two notes, one Cor tho
sum of ?S24. with Interest from No?
vember 7. 1910. until paid, npd the
other for the sum of SS4S, With In?
terest from May 7, 1911. until paid;
and on a credit sufllolent. with inter?
est thereon, to pay tho sum of JJS72.
to becom,-. due November. 7. 191 1, and
to pay the further sum of SS90. to be- j
come duo on May 7, 1912. and the resi?
due, if any, In equal Instalments at 1
one and two years from day of sale
for notes, with Interest added; or. at
option of purchaser, cash as to all of
said residue, or as to any part thereof;
All credit payments to he secured by
deed of trust on said 'property.
11. T. BICHESON.
F. L. CR'UTOIIFIBLD,
Trustees.
By 1bdloTTf"*" "fingbT.
AUCTION SALE
OF
TWO GOOD FRAME DWELLINGS,
Nos. 817 and 819 North
Twenty-Sixth Street
We wilt sell at auction, on t ho
premises.
THURSDAY, MAY J S, 1911, j
at ti o'clock P. M?
the two above described six-room
dwellings. They are in splendid rental
location anil occupied by good tenants.
Properlv positively must he sold.
' POLLARD & BAG BY,
Auel loneers.
The: Vale?e??ction Co.
AUCTIONEERS
P i ? RAST BROAD ST.
FINK CONFECTIONERY, ICE CREAM
AND SO HA FOUNTAIN FIXTURES.
STOCK OF CANDIES; CIGARS, CIG?
ARETTES AND TOBACCO, ETC., AT
AUCTION,
THURSDAY. MAY IS.
at 10:30 o'clock.
On 1 count of having to give Iiis
attention to his other business, wo
will sell for ('.. .1. Soody, at No. 110
North Eighth Street (opposite Acad?
emy of Music), on nhovo dale, his lino
store fixtures nnd stock of Confec?
tionery and Tobacco, consisting of a
handsome Lipplnrott Onyx Soda Foun?
tain, Hire,. Soda Tanks. Marble Top
Soda Counter, live Silent Salesmen
Showcases, throo handsome Solid Oak
Wall Cases, with sliding glass doors
and mirror divisions; seven Metal Ice 1
Cream Tables, 21 Metal Ice Cream '
Chairs. Metal Stools, Tee Cream Ma?
chine. Electric Motor, fee Oreuni Cab?
inet, Xntlonnl Cash Register. Scales.
Candy Jars and Trays, and a large as?
sortment of Candles, Cigars. Cigar?
ettes, Smoking nnd Chewing Tobaccos.
Syrups. Extracts, Ginger Ale, and
Other Soft Drinks.
This Is an unusual opportunity.
Flirty desiring to rent this place can
secure lotur lease ut a very moderate
rental. Til's Is the besl side street In
the city for business, and is rapidly
improving. The tlx lures are the finest
we have offered for 11 long while, and
the stock Is all strictly fresh.
Sale positive. TERMS: Cash
_THE VALENTINE, AUCTION CO.
High Constable s Sale
I will sell by public auction, on
THURSDAY. THE 1STH DAY OF MAY,
1911. 3 o'clock P. M.,
at my storehouse, No. 1306 East Frank?
lin, the following property, to satisfy
distress warrants and executions In
my hands: Bureaus. Washstands, Cur
pels, lot of Oroeciie.-t, Typewriter, etc.
TERMS: Cash.
W. 11. W Y ATT, JR?
H. C. C. R.
Richmond, Va.
The most magnificent hotel In the
South. Kuropeau plan. Rooms single
and en sulto. with and w-lthuut bath*.
Spacious sample rooms.
Rate. H.00 usr day ami upward. 1
By N. VV. Bp we Son.
Real Estate Auctioneers. ,
By virtue of u certain deed of trust
from A. \V. Smith an.' wife and E. F.
Woodnll and wife, dated llic 17th April, ,
190S, and of record In the olllco of thu
clerk of the Cliancery Court of the .
c ity of Richmond In D. B. 196 A. page.
?496; <lefault, having been mude In tho;
payment of the debt thereby secured,
ami pursuant also to an order of tho
District Court of the United States for
the Hasten) District of Virginia, en?
tered at Richmond on the itith May,.
CHI. In the matter of Smith & Wood
all, bankrupts, the undersigned, Stuart
Howe, as trustee In said deed of trust,
and P. Mctsrt!, Jr.. as trustee in bank
ruptcy of the estate of soid bankrupts,
will sell at public auction, on- the
premises, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 24TH DAY OF
MAY. inn. AT r. O'CLOCK P. M?.
the following property, via: All that
certain' parcel or piece of land, with -
the. two (2) two-story frame lint
houses, known as Nos. 2I0S and 2110
Taylor Street, lying and being in the
city of Richmond, Va? oh the. north,
line of Taylor Street, between Rowland
and Sycamore Streets, and hounded as
follows: Beginning on tin-, north line
of Taylor Street nt a point thereon
distant 07 feet S inches west or Its
Intersection with the west line of
Rowland Street: thence running wost
wardly along- the north line of Taylor
I Street and fronting thereon IS feet 6'
Inches, and extending bark north?
wardly from said front between par?
allel lines i'Jo feet to nn alley in the
I the real- K. feet wide: of the |S feet
1 ?', Inches above mentioned, the eastern
one foot six inches is one-half of a
I three foot alley, for use in common,
' between the said premises anil the
tenement adjoining it on tho east,
which said alley In common, three
feei wide, extends from said front,
northward a distance of about SO feet.
TERMS: While, under the terms of
[ said dee.l of trust, a cash sale Is called
i for, by consent of all parties the said
property will be sold upon lite terms
of one.third cash, and the residue In
three equal Instalments, at six. twelve
ami eighteen months, with interest
from dav of sale, evidenced by notes
secured bv deed of tins! on said prop?
erty^
N STUART BOWE,
Trustee in said ?1.1 of trust, and
P. MEISEL. JR..
Trustee In bankruptcy, as aforesaid.
By N. W. Howe & Son.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
My virtue of a certain deed of tnist
! from A. W. Smith and wife and E. F.
? Wooilall and wile, dated the 17th April,
I 190S, and of record in the office of tho
I clerk of the Chancery Court of the
Icily of Richmond in D.- 15. 196 A, page
? S02, default having been made in tho
I payment of the debt thereby secured,
I and pursuant als? to an order of the
District Court of the United States for
the Eastern District of Virginia, en?
tered at Richmond on the 16th May,
'1911, in the matter of Smith .V Wood
all, bankrupts. the undersigned.
Charles C. Howe, as trustee in said
deed of trust, and P. Melsel, Jr.. as
trustee in bankruptcy of the estato of
said bankrupts, will sell at public auc
lloh, on tlie premises, on
WEDNESDAY, TDK 2-ITH DAY OF
MAY. RMl, AT 6 O'CLOCK P. Mi;
the following property, viz: All that
certain parcel or piece of land, with
the two (2) two-story framed Hat
houses, known as Nos! 210.1 and -106
Taylor Street, lying and being In tho
city of Richmond. Va.. on the north
line of Taylor Street, between Row?
land and Sycamore Streets, and bound
as follows: Beginning on the north
lino of Taylor street nt a point there?
on distant I'J feet 2 Inches west of its
Intarsecflon with the west line of Row?
land Street: th.uice running weatwnrd
ly along t lie north line of Taylor
Street, and fronting thereon IS feet (i
Inches, and extending back northward?
ly from said .front between parallel
lines 120 feet to an alley In the rear
10 feet wide: of tho IS "feet Inches
above mentioned, the western one foot
six inches is one-half of a three foot
alley, for use In common, between the
said premises and the tenement ad?
joining it on the west, which sa'd
alloy In common, three feet .wide, ex?
tends from said front northward a ins?
tance of about. SO feet.
TERMS: While, under the terms ol
said deed of trust, a cash sale Is called
for, by consent of all parties the said
property will he sold rirvoh the terms
if one-third cash, unfl the residue in
three equal instalments, at six, twelve
and eighteen months, with interest
from day of sale, evidenced by notes
secured by deed of trust on said prop?
erty.
CHARLES C. BOWE,
Trustee In said deed of trust, and
P. M HISEL, JR..
Trustee In Bankruptcy.
Bv N". W7 Bo we & Son.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONERS' SA I.E
OF /'
A. GOOD FRAME DWELLlNC.[ THREE
VACANT LOTS' AND A RROAD LOT
WITH A BARN ON IT. ON THE
BROOK ROAD. NEAR 'THE CITY/
AND QUITE CLOSE TO TWO ELEC?
TRIC LINES
In execution of a decree of the Cir?
cuit Court of Hanover county, In tho
suit of "W. B Burnett's heirs v?. W.
B. Burnett's heirs." we will offer for
sale, on the premises, on
FRIDAY, MAY ID. 1911,
at 1:30 o'clock P. M.,
the property above referred lo. being
the residence and grounds of the late
William P. Burnett.
This i.? :i large offering of very good
realty: which offers an opportunity for
profitable Improvement.
It will first be offered In five sepa?
rate parcels, as shown on a map at the
ofllce of the auctioneers, and then as
a whole, and the offering producing
the better result will he reported tr?
the court.
I TERMS: One-fourth cash, and tho
residue in thre^ equal Instalments at
six. twelve and eighteen months, for
notes, with interest added, and ttllo
Untried
OHO P. HAW.
WILLOUOHRY NEWTON,
A. W. PATTERSON.
Special Commissioners.
Tu tho clerk's ofIlc0 of the Circuit Court
of the county of Hanover:
1 do certify Hint the bond required
of the special commissioners by tho
above mentioned decree, entered Sep?
tember 21. 190S. has boon duly given.
Given under my hand as clerk of
said court this Ifith day of October,
1908.
C. W. TAYLOR, Clerk.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE.
liy virtue of two deeds of trust ro
eorded in Hanover county clerk's ofllce.
one In Deed Book IS. at page 23, and
the other in Deed Rook 19, at pa go 3 19,
default having been made in the pay?
ment of the indebtedness thereby se?
cured, and being required bv the bene?
ficiaries so to do. the undersigned trus?
tees will sell at auction In front of tho
post-office at Ashland. Virginia,
MONDAY. MAY 22D, 5:30 P. M?
(hat desirable lot front I nr. lOn feet on
south side of Howard, at the corner of
James Street, und extending back 270
feet to Race Course Street, with Jin
attractive two-story frame residence
thereon,
A rare opportunll for homesoeker
or Investor.
TERMS: By consent, very liberal, arid
announced at sale
S. .T. DO P. WE LT..
E. L. (.'. SCOTT.
J. C. TAYLOR,
Trustees.
J. C. TAYLOR.
Trustte In Bunhmptoy.
r-l.i ? lit?. ' ?-'. ..-fe-SBSSt
Handsome*Ginter
Park Residence
Chambcrlrtyno Avenue. Now and at?
tractive. Very broad lot and evorj;
convenience '
$ QOTTON & 00. J

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