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Want Ad. Rates
"Oms CENT PER WORD
when pafd in advanae. No Ad.
Seihen , for /??s than TEN'
?BNTS. ^_
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR
LESS THAN TWENTY.
FIVE CENTS when phoned in
oj* charged at the counter.
Classification not guaranteed
?Her 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINESS CON.
TRACTS Phone Monroe 1 fot
the WANT AD. MAN to call.
_^?Jjanb mirik_
f.OST, IN T'hD JEFFEU'801T^10tT3Li
lavatory, Tueailay evening, onu open
face gold watch. Howard Of $5 If
returned. W. H. LEE, Jefferson Ho-|
tcL_
STRAYED. FROM MY HOME ON
North Avenue, abuut two weeks ago.
two whlto pointer dogs. Reward If
returned to 402 American National
Hank Building, or phono Madison 1059
or 44CO._
l?st, ON MONUMENT AVENUE, BE
twoen Boo Monument and Richmond
Collogo. a pair of gold spectacles,
half-lens. Beward If returned to O.
W. HUNTER. 1C10 Weal Grace Street,
or 1'JOO East Gary Street._
_OST. at~FOItEST ! j Hl LL. B?ND AY'.
about 6 o'clock, small ladyfs watch.
Reward If returned to STEPHEN
_PUTNEY sikho j30^_;_
LOST; AT THE CORNER OF ROBIN*.'
aon and Broad Streets, or at tho
Country Club of Virginia, Kold watch.
with Initials A. s. T. on back. Lib;
oral reward.If returned to A. S. TAN
' NBR, care Southern Bell Tclephono
Company. '
LOST, s A~tu R DAY, SI A Y~ 27, BRACE
lel. Finder will please return to 400
East Clay Street. Name In bracelet.
Alice._
CARRIED AW A Y FROM MONROE
Park yesterday (Sunday) morning, a
Kilver cup with name William Mc
Klin Marriott on It. Liberal reward
If returnad. 1130 West Avenue._
&elp qgaanteti, itfal^
automobile school; oTl"d'e s t.
largest and best: actual practice:
special Flimmer rates, day or night.
Wo lit you to become a chauffeur,
garage manager, demonstrator or re?
pairman, and secure you a job at
J100 per month. NATIONAL auto
SCHOOLS corp.. INC., 221-223 West
Broad Street. Monroe 105L_
WANTED, 10)11 U. ?.~?KMY. aBLE
hodlud. unmarried men. between agee
of IS and 36; citizens of United States,
of good character and temperate hab
-Its. who can speak, reud and. write the
KuBllah language For Information ap?
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE. S20 East
Hroud St. Richmond, Va.: 1D1 Sycamore
tst.. Petersburg. Va.. or Columbia Build?
ing. Oranby St.. Norfolk. V_
V> ANTED, AT WESTERN STATE HOS
pltal, ElauntoD, Va., first-class baker;
house furnished. Apply to steward,
VACATION TIME CAN be M?ST
profitably spent by ambitious boys
und girls In studying bookkeeping
and stenography. Investigate our
Pinns; special summer rates now on.
MASS by BUSINESS COLLEGE._
?)U ABE WANTED for GOVERN
ment position: ISO month. Write for
list of positions open. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE, Dept. 370 G, Rochester.
N. y:_
Wanted, clerks:general store
experience; one who can keep the
slock looking in good shape and Is
not afraid of work. No cigarette
smokcrB need apply. Apply either In
person or by letter. york supply
i.'<'UtPORATlON, Yorktown, Va._
wa N TEDj A ST e A*I > V* A m bit 1ou S
young man as bookkeeper and ofllco
assistant, one capable of and de?
siring advancement. Must bo of first
class habits and' character. Stato In
own bund present employment, if
any, and salary. Address a 611, care
Times-Dispatch.
?irT?*""ecll??l_?OLDES'i. LA RGEST
and best-equipped and only real
practical auto school In thle section
Open day and ulghi the year around.
Call and sie for yourself. Our sat?
isfied pupils arc our references.
RICHMOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL.
IIIS W, Broad Street._
6,000 GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OPEN.
Write for list. FRANKLIN 1NSTI
TUTE, Dept. 371 G. Rochester. N. y.
DRUG 5 CLERK WANTED: REFER
ences required. . SCOTT BROS..
Charleston. W. Va. ?
j&ituatwna tEHanteti, JHaie.
Tt e t^STTjRETJ d ruggi st^?Ffr^O\fer
twenty years' experience wishes po?
sition* June 20th or 25th, preferably
as manager in small town or city.
w. B. agnew, Burkevllle., Va. >
im a le STENOGRAPHER, at PRES
ent employed, dcalres to make
change. Address B ssi. care Times
Pi spa tch_ _'_
fTP'?TsTERED DRUGGIST, 16 YEARS'
experience, wants position. ,Box 174.
Covlngton, Va. _
,wantedTIjY COMPETENT GENTLE
man In mlddlo lifo, position ,ia col?
lector, real estate preferred. Can
furnish good referenco and bond If
necessary. Address F 848, core Tlmes
Tilspatch.
wanted, Posn-ioN* by bxperi:
enced chauffeur; have beBt .of refer?
ences. Address G. 0., 112 East Canal
Street.
&itu<rtjon? W^amtb. tftmalt.
yotJNG lady'tjesires position'as
cashier; experience, five years; refer?
ence If necessary. C 061. care Times
Dlspateh.
*??"'' ?
WANTED, A COOK WILLING TO
leave the city summer months. Ap?
ply at 927 Wost Grace.
1 ? . i -
<itoai'?uiQ.
' ILTnOVER CAFE, 100 WEST frank
Itn. Reduced ratos for summer
months. mrs. LEE STUNE lips
; COMB._,_t
MRS. CHAS. K. BOWERS, 1X5 EAST
Franklin, handsomely appointed
rooms, with board; large, well-ven?
tilated dining room. ouonlne on See?
on d^Slreet^_iIoalsl>y_jljiy_or_jv^
VERY.:LARGE ROOM FOR TWO: FINE
onlghborhood; good board. 209 West
One Hundred and Thirtieth Street,
N ew York, N. Y. _
BOARDERS FOR SECOND-STORY
front, also table boarders. 209 E.
(I race._
ROOMS AND BOARD; SPECIAL SUM
mer -rates. Apply 410 Weat Graoe
Street.
w A nted, TABLE BOARDERS AT
.."Gresharp Court"; special grass
?. widowers', rates for June. July and
, . August. Apply C. J. TINDER, Man
'habr._'_
WANTED. BOARDERS FOR TWO
largo rooms. Apply 103 B. Graoe.
*?>?
_&i4 tn n?r_JB3o^rbit^^
fwCELLENF SUMMER board,~FjFF^
? ty miles, from Richmond, main line
C. & O. rood; mineral water; modern
plumbing; long distance telephone;
references exchanged. Apply to C, 13
North Fifth Street. _
STeCOND-HAND MACHINERY OD
of evory deacrlptlrn bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1633 B
Cary St. Phone r-tadlaon ?526.
Ranted, to buy icon p'ASKi house
- bold goods in any Quantity. Phon?
' _adieoc 3861,
. -j:?>!-> ?<* Iff.) '- ? ? . l' ? ?V. ' kV'"
FOR SALE,- BEAUTIFUL. WATER
front homo; nil modorn conyonloucoB.
overlooking Fortress .Monroo, Hump
ton Roads; boating, bathing, Ashing:
large-lawh, uhadc treoo; two mlrtutee'
walk to car. For furthor Information
address B II. W., care Postmautor.
Buckroo. Va._? ?'_
FOR SALE.60-FOOT LOT ON STUART
Avenue, 100 foot east of Brood and
.Main Street car Uno. II 55, euro
TI mcs-Diapatoh._
FOR HAUE. FOUR DOUBLE TENB
ment houses; good renlors; bring
$104 per month; amount 18,000. F.
ROTH. 14 N. Eighteenth Street.
Stall (Salate for^nt^
?^fA'^^rY^^F VIRGINIA?FOR
rent, for the summer, from June lBth.
my furnished house. MRS. J. M.
CObhEN.__^_
FC\R RENT, "OMPLBTELT AND NICE
ly furnished house: will soil .or rent
furniture; all In good condition; cen
? trally locatod. A 604. caro Times
Dispatch.
ifcolLcttors finrj fealrsinci?.
S^ia?S^r/rN7^^XPERIENCED 8ALEfl'
mnn. familiar with the grocery trade,
having hud' oxpurlcnco In the local
Hold selling upcclalUos through the
Jobber. Stale experience and refer?
ences. Address P. jO. Box S03, New
Orleans. La.
MANAGER WANTED It* EVERT
town aw} clly, to handle a big paying
i business; on household necessity.
Must bo well known In his commu?
nity and well recommended. This is a
big opportunity for tho right man.
SALES MANAGER; 1261 Famol Bldg ,
Wellington. D. C-'_
AGENTS, MAKE JO TO ?25 PER DAY
selling our automobile speclnlty; send
for free particulars. SEWAR? SPE?
CIALTY CO., Dept. A, Hartford,-Conn.
&QtlttJS._
THE 'HllA\\"Nr;iJ''FlltB INSURANCE
Company, of Topeka, KanKuH, having
reinsured In tho National Fire Insur?
ance Company, of Hartford, Conn.,
desires to withdraw its bondn depos?
ited with the Treasurer of Virginia.
' Any one having a claim against, tho
Hhawnee I"lro Insurunce Company
should communicate the fact to Jos?
eph Button, Commissioner of Ineur
anco, Richmond, Va.
LET OUR AUTOMOBILE CALL GET
and deliver to'you your wearing ao
parel In Al condition. SPITZER.
MY CLEANER AND DYER. 102 N.
KIghth Wt Madison 4121._?
LEARN MORE AND EARN MORE:
great demand for stenographers ana
bookkeepers. We can teach you.
Scholarships greatly reduced for
summer. Cull' or send for catalogue.
M ASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE
HORSES FOB_HIRE BY THE DAY.
week or the month. Also for sale or
exchange. Special attention to a
pair of large horses five and six
years old, weighing twenty-eight
hundred pounds. For sale cheap to
a quick buyer. 305 East Canal Street.
T. J. SULLlVAX._
WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAHNICE BROS, Jcwelors. 912
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and It EM OL'NT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sll
j ver always taken Id exchange.
I LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT
; of newest styles In millinery, suits,
dresses, all kinds of ready-made gar?
ments for ladles, misses and chll
1 dren; alterations free. Small ex?
penses means a Bavlng for you. Also
a line of pattern hats for the trade.
I MRS. JULIUS BEAR, 1423 E. Main
Street.
I AUTOMOBILES SOLD AND EX
I changed; from $100 to $1,000 free
j ? repairs for one year; freo stornge on
! ' your car until sold; our stock In?
cludes trucks, delivery wagons, run
? abouts, raedsters end llrjlit and
heavy touring cars. AUTOMOBILE
EXCHANGE, ? -221-238 West Broad
Street. Monroe 1051.
FOR SALE. at' $900. SfeCOND-HAND
Franklin, model D. flvo-passenger au?
tomobile; Bosch magneto; fullv
equipped with clock, w-lndshlcld and
speedometer; Just overhauled; c?D?,
with equipment, when new, over 53.
000. Apply P. O. Box &26, Richmond,
Va.
3\oomsTfor Bcnv
RT?fTf?!'. XTTRAC?TlVE'^dOMS.?^N
unite, or separate; board It desired.
201 East Franklin. 'Phone Madison
?46S8._
! FOR RENT, NICELY FURNISHED
rooms at 713 E. Marshall Street.
|3outrfP"-^cr ?hTj 3.iue gstocfe.
f6TTsaT? ' ten "milch coivTand
calves; all good; nil fresh. Apply at
once. F. W. CABANISS, Ford Depot.
FOR SALE. TWO GENUINE HOLD
stein malo calves. Address J. L St
E. C. MILLER, R. F. D. No. 3, City.
Coal antf j?j?ooo.
LONG'S SPRING "WOOD MAKES A
quick fire and good heat, because he
has kept It stored away. It Is per?
fectly dry and exaotly what you need
at this season, when' It Is usually
hard to get dry wood at any price
Phone Madison 106?._
KINDLING WOOD, EXCELLENT FOR
light oooklng, J1.60 half-cord. Phono
Madison 177. SAMUEL H. COTTRBLL
& SONS. i
WE WILL SELL A LIMITED QUAN
tity of kiln dried kindling wood at
$1.60 per load, a full half-cord.
Phone Madison 1640. MIIjLER MAN?
UFACTURING CO.. INC.
HICKORY STOVE WOOD.
DO YOU WANT A LOAD OF THE
best hickory wood In tho city cut
to stove lengths? You can got It
by 'phoning your order to Madison
411. Deliveries promptly made. VIR?
GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL
COMPANY. _
ScrjSonalj?.
f?uMA^r~I?Afpr BOUGHT'" AND SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 209 North Third.
STENOGRAPHY, TYPEWRITING AND
bookkeeping taught thoroughly and
praotlcally at special rates for sum?
mer; call, write or telephone for par?
ticulars. MASSEY BUSINESS COL- i
LEGE.
ALL WEARING APPAREL CLEANSED
by us guaranteed against slirlnitngo, 1
fading, removing color.or shapo; ten
. years' experience tell the tale; kid
gloves cleaned, all lengths. 10c.
SPITZER, MY CLEANER, 102 North
Eighth Street. Madison 4121.
SPRING CLEANING.
CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED WITH
vacuum cleaners quickly and cheaply
? In your homo, on the floor: no bother
taking up or moving anything. Will
call and give estimate If you send
addroso to "VACUUM CLEANER
I BOYS." 16 b. Marshall. Phono Mon?
roe 2948-J. .We are salesmen for
hand and olectrlc cleaners, from $15
to $125._
SHiginesc (ZPppornmttfes.
DRUG STORbT^E^TABLISHED OVER
60 years; owner forced to sell on
account of health. Stock will in?
ventory about $2,750. Rare oppor?
tunity for a hustler. Address C 659,
care Tlmos-Dlspatch._
ACTIVE PARTNER WITH '500- TO
manage automobile branch in South
,ern city; fully socured. "AUTOMO
B1LE," oaro Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, WINDOW ?ND HOUSE
cleaning, carpet-aird matting laying,
whxing and staining floors. WIL?
LIAM JOHNSON. Monroo 3120.
DAILY PUZZLES
A great calamity.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
. Lnncera.
CaTicTe^steam heater, in good
condition, suitable tor hotel or apart?
ment house. Price, 1100. H. F.
BERNHARD & llliO., Ill E. Main St.
CHEAP, ADD KINDS. OF SECOND
hand mechanical tools. Apply JEF?
FERSON LOAN OFFICE. 1705 East
Main Street._
NE WMAN's UMBRELLA FACTORY?
Umbrellas and parasols recovered
and repaired; prices reasonable; sum?
mer parasols recovered with your
own goods to matoh your dress.
'Phono us and 'we will tell you how
much goods you need. AVe havo a
big lino of summer parasols from 50c.
up to {5 apiece. Also .a big..line of
umbrellas from 50c. up to $10 apiece.
Come and sco ue. we will treat you
right 318 East Broad Streut
'Phone Monroe 2103.
RENT A TYPEWRITER; REMINGTON.
No. 6. No. 7 or No. 8 model; throe
months for $5. If machine purchased
at end of three or six months all
rental to npply. REMINGTON TYPE
WRITER COMPANY'. 60C E. Main St
ONE RUBBER-TIRE SURKEY. ?75:
one top buggy. $25; one rubber-tire
buggy, $40; several runabouts, cheap.
A. MEYER'S SONS, 7SI E. Cory.
I BEAMS AND OTHER STRUCTURAL
steel furnished, cut and drilled to
order; reasonable prices: quick de?
livery. Phone Madison 3526.
CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 East Cary.
GET THE'BEST; THAT IS THE BICK
crstaff Tribune and Cleveland bicy?
cles. We ,have got the largest bicy?
cle house In the country, and we
advertise lt. JOE B1CKERSTAFF,
1611 East Main._
FOR WAGONS. GO TO RICHARDSON
_BROS.. C15 Brook Avenue._
i'OP. SALE, IN CAR LOTS, OAK SLABS
and plno cuttings, 12 to 16 inches
long, from box mill. Pine Is kiln
dried. Address J. M. RUSSELL, Eut
terworth, Va.
FOR SALE. TWO POOL TABLES. COM
plete, cash or credit. F. ROTH. 14
N. Eighteenth Street.
FOR SALE. THIRTY shares OF THE
capital Btock of the SOUTHERN
STOCK YARDS COMPANY. Address
K 935. care Times-Dispatch.
JB E^in5_an? ^leaninp; ^
KID GLOVES" CLEANEST" ALI,
lengths, 10c. We also clean anythlnt
cleannble. SPITZER, MY CLEANEh
AND DYER, 102 N. Eighth St. Madl
son 4121. Auto delivery.
DYKING AND CLEANING^
THE BEST DYEING AND CLEANING
can be found at GILL'S. Suits
Hcoured and pressed. 76c. 325 North
Fltth. Phone 4S62.
XpaPTtMENT TO LET IN NEW'TORK;
seven largo, light rooms, foyer hail;
furnished or unfurnished, until Oc?
tober 1st. Situated In exclusive
neighborhood, upper West Side;
building absolutely fireproof. Rent,
$75. Address C. E. B.. 22 West
Forty-lifth Street, New York City.
.?fSIttfcellaneous.
A^'^INGlfi^AW^NG^I^A^VN
FOOL THE SUN BY PLACING YOUR
order for awnings with us now. We
are In a position to meet all de?
mands promptly. H. E. COPELAND
& CO.. 108 N. Ninth Street. Phono
Mfcdlson 2576._._
UPHOLSTERINO AND MATTRESSES
PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD
pieces rouphoistered. Mattressob
renovated neatly. Sanitarv methods;
Reliable work. SYONOR* & HUND?
LEY'. 711 East. Broad. Madison 32U4.
SHOE REPAIRING.
76c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. 60c
ladies,; every pair sewed; beat leath?
er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub?
ber heels, 25c; Tred-Alr rubbor heels.
40c; leather heels rebuilt like new.
25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. 716 East Main. Phone
Monroe S667._
NEWPORT.
THE ONLY GUARANTEED HAT
cleaning and blocking parlor. If you
want your old hat mode like new
ask the Newport hat cleaner, having
fifteen years' experience. Give us a
trial. NEWPORT HAT CLEANING
AND SHOE SHINING PARLOR, 819
E. Main Street. _
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
CALL LA TOUCHE'S, MONROE 2419,
when you want hlgh-cln3s clenning,
pressing, etc. 6 Soulh Second Street.
FINE UN HOLST EBING AND MAT?
TRESSES.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND UP
holsterod; mattresses mode over like
new, .furniture and china packed
and shipped JACOB UMLAUF. Phone
?292._
GARDEN HOSE.
GARDEN HOSE, AT WHOLESALE
prices to the consumer. 10,000 feet
'on hand at price from Sc. to 15c.
' Also a complete line of sprinklers,
nozzles and garden tools, if you
can't llnd it go to M GRAW'S, 1440
42 East Alain Street
S&ailroaos,
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
?j:Ui A. I Dally?Fust train to Old I'oluc
4:00 P. r Newport News end Norfolk.
7:40 A. Dally?Local to. Newport Newt.
6:W P. Dnlly. Local lo Old Point.
8:30 I'. I Dally?Louisville and Cincinnati,
il:C? p. f" Chicago and St. Louis, rullmano.
6:43 P.?Dally.?Western' Express. Pullmans
to Cincinnati.
S:30 A.?Dally?Chariot lesvlllo. Wook days?
Thurmond.
6:16 P.?Week' days. Local to Gordonsvllle.
10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg, Lex.. C. l-'orge.
?:l? P.?Week days. To Lynchburg.
TRAINS ARltlVIC RICHMOND.
Local from East?S:'.? A. M.. 7-50 P.M.
Through from Kast?11:20 A. M , 6:30 P. M.
Local from West?'S:30 A. M.. S:b0 A. M.,
7:20 P. M.
Throngh-7:00 A. M., 2:46 P. M.
James River Lino??8:35 A. M.. ?:1S ?>. M.
.. 'Dally except Sunday.
Richmond &" Petersburg Electric Railway
' Cars leave Manchester, Seventh and Perry
Stroels, for Petersburg:
?0, 7, 8, ?8, tO, 11, ?13 .A.. M., 1. 3. ?* 4, 6.
??5:15, ??. 7. 8, ?*, 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Chester, 12:00 midnight ror
Petersburg,.
Cars leave Potersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street, for Manchestor: <
T5:l5. 0:3.", "7:16, '7:38, S:SS, 3:35.~?10:SS, 11:23
A. M., 12:35,- *1:35, 2:35, 3:36. ?4:85, 6:36, <:S5,
?7:36, 8;35. 9:35. ?10:40. 11:40 P.- M.
(Dally exenpt Sunday and holidays.
?Carries t.aKRage a'nd oxprost.
??Limited, oxcept Sunday* and holiday*.
All oars from Potorajurg connect ,vith.
car* tor Richmond.
A Large, Handsome Club?
house
Located on Harter isldnd. Core Sound,
N, C. about thirty miles from Beau?
fort, for sale or leaBo. Terms reason?
able. First story solid cement walle;
second story and attic frame, substan?
tially built. Contains In second story
nlno eomfortdblp. bod rooms; on tho
first floor, good slio living rooms, mod?
ern plumbing and toilet nrrangeinent,
and a separate house for tho cook, con
?mining kitchen, adjoins the main
building, and also a guide houso. The
building Is located on a small Island
containing about an acre of ground.
Cxcollent shooting In the nelghbor
'hood?duck and. wild gcose. The sur?
rounding country affordB good sport
for hunting snipe, wild turkeys, quail
and occasionally larger game. Abun?
dance of fresh fish and oysters arc
easily obtained nearby In the sound.
'Ibe house is conveniently located and
suited to sporting purposes, or will
furnish a fine rendezvous for yachts?
men. Mall--boat parses twice a day;
carries passengors.
For further particulars, address
COLKMAN . RAN'llObl'H,
Morrlstown, N, J.
Virginia Military Institute
"The west point of the south"
. Collegiate and technical courses combined
with the rigid discipline of an.army post;
Virginia Cadets tuition free.
Lexington. Va. Ctn. E. W. NICH0L8, SupL
Richmond Va.,
The moot magmn^nt hotel in the
South. European plan. Booms single
and en aulle,< wlfh and without bntha
Spacious sample rooms.
Rats. ll.E>0 D?r dav and upward.
[Richmond. Merii?g & Polomac E. H
" TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
I/dttvo Rlulirilond
?4.60 A.M. Iljrd Ht.hu
?5.42 A.M. Main Kt. Sta
?0.50 A.M. Bjrd Kl.Sla.
*7.3II A.51. Sain SlSio
?3.10 A.M. Byrd St. Sta.
?13.01 noon llTrd St. Sta.
It.Otl I'.H. Brrd hi. Sta
(4.15 P.M. Elba Station.
?5.16 P.M. Main St. Sta.
'3.S0P.M. Uyrd St. St=.
Arrlro Richmond
?;.r,0 A.M. BrrdRt.Sta.
il 1A.31.1.ilia Station.
Hl.36 A.M. Bird ht.su.
?LIE P.M. Main St.Sta
?2.? P.M. RjrdSt.Stn.
?7.25 P.M. Bird St.Sta.
?tUOP.M. Bird Si.Sta.
?B-40P.3l.MalnKt.RU.
'Ujy. P.M. Main St. Kin.
?li.SUiilgbtByrdSt.BU.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Leave Brrd St. Sta. ! JO P. n. for Frelcrlekibare.
Leave Klbs Sta. 7.50 A. h.,n.S0 P.M. for Aihlana.
Arrive ilrrd St. Stii. S.?5 A.3i.fmru Frcaerlcluu'r.
Arrive Elba Stn. 0.30 A.M.,5.30 P.M.from Asblana.
?Dally. fWeekdays. {Sundays only. .
All trains to or from Byrd Street Statioa
(except trains leaving 4.50 a. m. and arriving
it.jo night) atop at Elbe. Time of arrivals ?0.3
i departures not guaranteed, ? Read the signs. /
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE. RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following schedule figures published
aa Information and not guaranteed*
4:10 A. M.?Dally?Local for Charlotte, Dur?
ham and Raleigh. 10:<5 A. M.?Dally? Llml'
!m1?For all points South. Drawlns Room
' ilufftt Bleeping Car to Ashevllle. N. C. 3:00
I*. M. Ex. Sun.?Local ror Durham and In
! tprmodtatc slatl?hs. 6:f0 'P. M. Ex. Sim.?
; Keyavillc Local. 11:45 P. M.?Dally?Limited
?For' air points South. Pullman ready at 9:31
P. M.
TORK RIVER .LINES.
4:S0 P. M.?Ex. ,8uii.?T? West PL. connect?
ing for Beltlmora Mon., Wed. and Frl. I:m
A. LI.?Ex. Sun. and 3:15 P. M.?Mon.. Wed.
and Frl.?L&cal to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
! From the South: 6:60 A. M . S:05 P. M.,
1 d?lly; S:to A. M. ex. Sun.; 12:15 Ex. Bun.;
1 2-00 P M. dally. From West Point: ?:M A
1 M Dally; 11:35 A. M. Wed. and Frl.; V.
I il. Ex. Sun.
b. e. BUROESS. D. P. A..
*:?) e. Mein St. 'Phone Madison 'Si.
RICHMOND AND fill ESA ITAKB BAY
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schede:., of electric trains to and rrom
Ashland, stopping ?t Intermediate stations
upon signal: I.v. Richmond (Broad and
Laurel Sis.). '0:03, ?7:10. 8:10b. 9:10, ??10:10,
11:10 A. M.: 1:10. 2:10. 3:10, 4:10b. 6:10, ?:20,
7:10. S:10b, 10:10, 11:15 P. M. Lv. Ashland,
?5:55. 7b. S, 9b, 10. "II A. M., ?12 M.. ??!.
2, 3. 4, Sb. 6. 7. S. Ob. U P. M.
?Dally except Sunday. "Sunday only.
. bCarrlea baggage.
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Effect May 14. 1911.
Leave Byrd Street station, Richmond. FOR
NORFOLK: bS:19 A. M., *9:00 A. M? a3:00 P.
M. '4:10 P. M., b7:00 P. M.
FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST:
??115 A. M.. *I0:00 A. M., a3:00 P. M., ?3:20
P. M.
'. Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: all:(0 A
St., bll:45 A. M.. '6:35 P. M., bl0::6 P. M.,
?11-30 P. M. From the West: '6:15 A. M\.
a2:00 P. M.. b2:15 P. M., ?a:03 P. M., ?9:00 P. M.
?Dally. aDully ex. Sunday. bSunday only.
Pullman Parlor and Sleeping Cnrs, Cafo
Dining Ccrs. VC. H. BOS LEY,
D. P. A., Richmond, Va.
W. B. BEVILL. G. TV A? Roanoke. Va.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
Lv. Norfolk: 'i:35 and '11 A." VI., '9 P. M.
for Eastern Carolina and the South.
Lv. Rdleigh: 'S-.l? A. M.', tS ar.d ".':li P. M...
for Eastern Carolina anil Norfolli.
1'ullman Sleeping Cars between Norfolk,
Raleigh: also Oolilsboro and Norfolk.
?Dally 1 11.V Ex. Sun
C. D. LEORANDE. G. A.. American Nations'
Bank. 'Phone -Monroe 1627. Richmond.
W. W. CltOXTOX. G. P. A-. -Xnrfolk. Va.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Southbound iralnc scheduled to leave Rich
I mo lid dally: 9:10 A. M. ?Local to Nnrllna
1:20 P. M.?Sleepers -and roaches, Atlanta.
? Hisinm/.hiim. Savannnh. Jacksonville and
i Florida points. 9:50 P. M.?Sleepers and
] coaches. Savannah; Jacksonville nnd Florida
points 11:13 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. At"
j lanta, Birmingham, Memphis and the South
I west Northbound trains achednlcd to arrlva
In Richmond dally: 5:32 A. M., 7:22 A. v..
il:05 r'. Hi. 6:t6 I>. M.
I i&t?amiior.t?,
OLD, DOMINION ?NE
Lv. Richmond tool, of A3h St. dally.7:00 T. M.
Leuvo .Mjttpori News.5:00 A. M: j
Arrive Norfolk.0:00 A.M.
Connects with m.iln line sienmera leaving
Norfolk for Now Yorl; dally except SumWy
7:01 I', M. Connections also made by S. U
W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. (k O. Hy. ttr, 4 p. m. I
Ni.jlit Line steamers atop nt Claremont to
lard or receive passengers .011 signal.
UlttilSlA NAVIGATION CO.-Jnmes niver
bj daylight tar Norfolk. Old Point. Now
pr :t News and all James River landings.
Simmer leaven Mondny. Wednesday and
KSIday <t ?:30 A. M. Freight rocalvcd for all
Jainus Itlvr landlnps. 'Phono Madison 174.
JJiiln Tlvltct ?rriio, 1,21 11. Ma.'o street.
9f
Ask
j About special accommodations oh Ameri
can and Re<l Star Line -ships sailing from
Philadelphia on tile foljowing dates: S. S.
"Mcnomiiiec," June 9th; S. S. "Haver
ford," June 10th; S. S. "Dominion," July
SlIi; S. S. "Ilavcrfortl," Jtilt/'lSih. Phone
Madison 5151
SAMUEL II, BOWMAN,
Southern Tourist Agent,
808 E. Main Street, Richmond, Va.
1101 East Clay Stree|
AT AUCTION.
' At the request of the nonresident
j owner, w? will offor for sole at auc?
tion, on the promises, on
MONDAY, MAY 29. mi.
at 6:80 P. M.,
the property known as No. 1101 East
Clay Street, situated at the southeast
corner of Clay and Eleventh Streets,
with the largo brick dwelling thereon,
containing sixteen rooms. The lot has
a large frontage. This property Is well
looated, and la especially adapted for
a boarding houso, being close to two
mcdlcnl colleges and several hospitals.
TERMS: Easy, and at sale.
N. W. BOWK & SON,
Auotloner.?.
Ruction_^5jLE?^^uture^^aapsL
By N. W. Bowo & Son.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER'S AND EXECUTOR'S
SALE OF
TWO ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCES IN
LEE DISTRICT. NO. 1837 WEST
J GRACE STREET AND NO. 2515
PA RFC AVENUE, AT AUCTION.
( In conformity with a docroe of the
.Chancery- Court of the city of Rlcb
j niond. rendered May 20, 1911, in th?
: suit of "Ann E. George's estate vs.
Robinson et als.." I will sell by public
auction, on tho respective premises, on
THURSDAY, JUNE 1. 1911,
thoso two attractive residences in Lee
Dlstrlot. as follows:
(1) At 6:15 P. M-. I will sell that new,
modem, two-story and up-to-dato resi?
dence, No. 1837 West Grace Street,
containing nine rooms and the usual
conveniences, together with the lot
upon which It stands, fronting 21 feet
and running gack HO feet to an alley
In the rear 20 feet wide.
(2) At 6:00 o'clock P. M.. I will sell
that well appointed, happily arranged
and comparatively new two-story brick
residence. No. 2515 Park Avenue, to
gothor' with the lot upon which It
stands, fronting 23\t feet and running
back- 116 feet to a public alley In the
rear.
Both of thoso houses are good rent?
ers, and. being well located, are suit?
able for Investment purposes, or as
residences for home-seekers.
TERMS: One-third cash, and the res?
idue In two oqual Instalments nt slx
nnd twelve, months, for notes, with In?
terest ndded. nnd tltlo retained: or nil
cash, ot the option of the purchaser.
CARRIE M.COLQUITT.
Executrix of A. E. Georgn. clceeiiscd.
nnd Special Commissioner.
I hereby certify that the bond re?
quired of tho aforesaid special com?
missioner has been duly given.
C. O. SAVILLE, '
"Clerk
By N. W. Botve & Son.
Res^ Estate Auctioneer;
COMMISSIONER'S AND EXECUTOR'S
SALE OF
NOS. 109 NORTH THIRD STREET
AND 427 WEST MAIN STREET AT
AUCTION.
/ ?
In conformity with a decree of the
Chancery Court of the city of Rich?
mond, rendered May 20, 1911, in the
suit of Anna E. George's ex'ors vs.
Robinson nnd als., I will sell by public
nuction. on the respective premises, on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1911,
the real estate above referred to.
(\) At 5:00 o'clock P. M., I will sell
that comfortable three-story hrlck
residence, No. 109 North Third Street,
between Franklin and Graoc Streets,
containing about ten rooms, with the
lot upon which It stands, fronting
26 feel 5 1-4 Inches and running back
between parallel lines 120 feet 7 inches
to an alley or court in the rear, lend?
ing out to* Fourth Street. This l!> a well
! located piece of property, and will
[largely Increase In value In the near
I future. The house itlways rents well,
and should comtnenil Itself both to
speculators and Investors.
(2) At 6:00 o'clock P. M., I will sell
that desirable two-story eight-room
dwelling. No. 427 West Main Street,
with the lot upon which It stands,
fronting 15 feet and runnini; hack
about 15" feet to a public alley In the
rear. Main Street properties are logi?
cally moving up in vnlucs, because It
is rapidly becoming n business thor?
oughfare.
TERMS: One-third cash, and the res?
idue In two equal instalments at *filx
and twelve, months, for notes, with In?
terest added, and title retained: or nil
cash, at the option of the purchaser.
CARRIE M. COLCJUITT, -
Executrix of A. E. George, deceased,
and Special Commissioner.
r herehy certify that the 'bond re?
quired of the aforesaid special com?
missioner has been duly given.
C. O. SAVILLE,
S Clerk.
Sllaiitic CttP Beaorta.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Most Select LocatloD Fron tints the Beach
With an established reputation for Its
excluslvenoss and high-class patronage.
Thoroughly modern nnd completely
equipped. Courteous service. Bathrooms
with hot and cold, fresh and sea water
8j attachments, showers, etc. OrcheBira.
Extensive porches overlooking tho
Boardwalk and Ocean. Always open.
Golf nrlvllegos. Illustrated booklet:
NEWL1N HAINES COMPANY.
I AtlmUle City, K. J.
Entirely new. Completed 1910. Half
block neon ii front. Fireproof. Capa?
city. G00. American Plan.
Always open. Sc.i wnter In baths,
public and private. Private garage ^-r
patrons;
FRANK B. OFF. H: C. EPV.Vg.DS.
A charming Plm-e for Partlculur !'??'pic.
NEW HOTEL MERION
j Atlantic city, N.'J.
Vermonl Avc. close to beach. Newly built
brick: fireproof. Open all year. Culalnc un
surpasscd, Capacity CO. .MACK I.AT/. &
CO. A. T. MURPHY. Mgr.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. ,T.
Full block ocean fro.it. One of Hit- largest
and lending hotel.", lint nnd cold ton baths;
prlvato ?lift public.. Magnificent porches,
'overlooking the ???. Orchestra. Early .season
rates. No oxtta charge for use. of baths. Al?
ways open. Roolilet.
A. S. Rl.'k'E YHKlt, Mgr.
JOEL H11.1.MAN, Pres.
2CENTS POSTAGE SECURES FULL IN-'
FORMATION of ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
All Hotels, Amusements. Streets, Benches
lluthlng. etc. . A Handsomely Illustrated
SO Pago "OFFICIAL" Guide With Only Cor.
reel Clly Map Sent FREE by City lnforma- j
tlnn Bureau.
Atlantic City. N. .1.
So. Carolina Avo. and Beach. Cap. 400; pri.
valo baths, running water In rooms, olovn
lbr? flno porches, music, white service. 8j?e
rtitl. It-'.iO up weekly. Ilookb't. W. F. SjHA W,
The Confederate Museum!
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. I
OPEN 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
Admission, 86c. FREE ON SATURDAYS I
Surtfon ifeale?, JTuttirt 3Baj>? i
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
1113 Main.
TRUSTEES' SALE
OF
VALUABLE MARSHALL STREET LOT.
By virtue of a deed of trust from
F. L. Harding to the undersigned,
dated July 2 1. 1907. and recorded In
Richmond Chancery Oourt. Deed Book
197-C. page 521. lo secure a note there?
in described, default being made, and
being requested so to do, we will sell
at public auction, on the premises,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31.
at 6 P. M.,
lot of land, beginning at intersection
of north line of Marshall Street with
onst line of the old : Fair Grounds,
thence running eastwardly and front?
ing on 'north line of Marshall Street
100 fe9t. and running back between
parallel lines northwardly along line
of old Ealr Grounds 8t feet.
TERMS: Cash as to expense of sole,
all unpaid taxes and pro rata tax 1311,
and to pay a note of y2.0ftn. with interest
from July 24, 1907, to date, and bal?
ance In six months.
GEORGE C. FITKHUGH,
ALLEN G. COLLINS,
Trustees.
' J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
Auctioneers.
By A. .1. Cbcwnlng Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COURT SM>E
OF
NO. 809 NORTH FOURTH STREET.
In execution of a decree of tho Ellch
I inond Chancery Court, entered Slay -i.
1911. In the suit of .lohn E. Far rar and
j wife. vs. Daniel J. Far rar et ills., we
j will, ns special commissioners, thereby
I appo'nted, sell by auction, upon the
I premises, on
THURSDAY. JUNE I. 1911.
at f.:30 I'. M..
' the property numbered as nbove, con
j slsttng of a Kood frame dwelling, with
] lot of lnnd fronting lfi feet, more or
[.less, on the east line of Fourth Street,
between Duval and Baker Streets by a
'depth, between parallel lines, of 122
, feet to an alley 10 feet wldo.
II Is good. Come and get it.
I TERMS: One-third cash; balance at
I six, twelve and eighteen months, for
notes, Interest added, nnd title retained
until all of the purchase money la paid:
or all cash, at the option of the pur?
chaser.
SOL. CUTCHLNS.
ORDWAY PULLER,
Special Commissioners.
I "hereby certify that the bond re?
quired of the spco'al commissioners In
the above suit has heen duly given.
CHAS. O. SAVILTjE.
_Clerk.
By John T. Goddln & Co.
and
.1. A. Connelly A. Co.,
Auctioneer*.
AUCTION SALE
OF
THOSE DESIRABLE. CENTRALLY LO?
CATED DWELLINGS, NO. SOB EAST
LEIGH STREET AND NO. 317
NORTH ELEVENTH STREET.
By virtue of a decree of the Louisa
Circuit Court, entered on May 11, 1911.
in the suit of "Hunter's admlnlstrator
vs. Kent, etc.," I will sell at public
auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY. JUNE 1. 1911,
a,t f> o'clock P. M..
' the three-story and basemen'c detached
I brick dwelling. No. SOfi East Leigh
j Street, containing twelve rooms, por?
celain bath, hot and cold water. Lot
fronts 32 feet and runs back 120 feet
to an alley.
And immediately thereafter, at fi
o'clock P. M., I will sell the three-story
brick dwelling. No. 317 North Eleventh
Street, containing eleven rooms, por?
celain bath, hot and cold water. Lot
fronts 19 feet 8 Inches and runs back
11>> feel to an alley.
These houses are well located, and
will pay well as an Investment or will
make good homes.
TERMS: Liberal, and nnnounced at
rale.
R. M. KENT. JR..
Admr. d. b. n.. c. t. a. nnd Trustee
under the will of John Hunter, Sr..
deceased.
By John T. Ooddln & Co"
and
J. A. Connelly & Co.,
Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE
OF
THAT I'jESI RABLE BRICK DWELL?
ING ON THE WEST SIDE OF PINE
STREET. BETWEEN CARY AND
CUMBERLAND STREETS, AND
KNOWN AS NO. 110 SOUTH PINE
STREET.
By virtue of a decree of the Louisa
Circuit Court, entered on May ll, 1011.
In the suit of "Hunter's administrator
vs. Kent, etc." I will sell at public
auction, on the premises, on
FRIDAY. .TUNE 2. ISrll.
at 6 o'clock P. M.,
the above described two-story briok
dwelling, containing seven rooms, hath,
hot and cold water. Lot fronts 26 feet
G inches and runs back 145 feet to an
alley 15 feet wide.
This house being only a square and a
half from Monroe Park, will make a
good homo or will pay well as an In?
vestment.
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
sale.
FL M. KENT. JR.,
Admr. d. b. n.. c. t. a. and Trustee
under the will of John Hunter. Sr..
deceased.
Sutton &? Co.,
E. A. Catlln A Co.
TRUSTEES AUCTION SALE
OF
TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN
(217) FEET LAND ON WEST LINE
OF ROGERS STTtEET. AND SIXTY
SEVEN (?T) FEET ON EAST LINE
OF TWENTY-THIRD STREET, RE
TWEEN "S" AND "T" STREETS IN
PLAN OF FAIRMOUNT.
In execution of a certain deed of
irust to the undersigned and Roscon
C. Nelson dsled July 22. 1901, and
recorded in clerk's olTlce of Henrico
County Court, in D. B. 17.0-A, page 76.
default having been made in payment1
or the debt sei m od thereby, and being
required so to do by the benedelarles,
1 will, on
THURSDAY. JUNE 1. 1911.
at fi P. M..
j oh the promises, sell:
I First, that certain lot. commencing
at tho northwest courier of Rogers and
"T" Streets, ihonco running northerly
along nnd frontin;: on west line of
Rogers .Street two hundred .'tin seven?
teen (217) feet, and oxter. 2lng: b.-ok
westerly one hundred and twenty-five
M2.">> feel to hu alley ten (lOi feet
wide. Thii lot Is on the Fhlrnotinl ear
line. Immediately east of Mechnnlcs
vllle Turnnlke. and opnoslte what was
formerly known nv Howard's Grove.
Take Cl'iy Street c'ir line and tr/insfer
hi .Marshall ami Twenty-third Streets
to reach either of the pieces adver?
tised:
Second, that lot of land commencing
at a point on east line of Twenty.third
Street, distant onefinndred and ?ittrty
nine (139) feet north of "S" Street.
Ihcuce running northerly ,ilnrc Twen?
ty-third Street sixty-seven ffi'i feel,
and extruding hack can fori.? "no hun?
dred and twenty-live feet and four
Inches (125.4) to an allev fourteen (TO
feet wide.
Iluvors can attend this sale fooling
assured that the properly will be
knocked -nit to the best Iddrier.
These tracts will bo divided up to
suit purchasers, so that people of lim?
ited menus can secure a ?lte for a
home.
TERMS: One-fourth cash, and the
balance ni six, twelve and eighteen
months, deferred pay mon Is to lif. se?
cured by irust deed on tho property;
or for more cash or all cash, at option
of the purebnsor.
B. RAND. WELLFORD.
Sola Acting Trustee.
The Best of It
Church Hill Homo; Twenty-fourth
$3,000
Nice Fnlrmount home; corner lotf
best locality.
$2,700
Cheapest hnOse "n Washing-ton Ward,
Brick; large corner lot.
$1,250
Handsome Floyd Avenue home. Mod?
ern; elevon rooms.
$9,000
Will trade Park Avenue lot for any
desirable property.
We have Investments paying; from 10
per cent, to 14 per cent. ,
Cheapest lot on Boulevard; I8T.50 foot. ,
Hanover Avenue home; elevon roorasi
hot water heat, gas and elootrto 1157hi.
Renting for $600. Price, only $7,000.
Two Powhatan Street houses, paying
UVi'j'e. Look into this.
Brick warehouse on Brood Stroot,
I near Seventeenth. Good purohase for
I quick buyer.
West Orace Streothome; eight room?l
new and up-to-date.
$6,500
Sec us at onoe about soma W&srt
hnmpton lots. It's a good buy.
Stixtton S&alc?, JTuture
By McVeigh & Ollnn,
Real Estnte, Auctioneers,
Richmond, Va.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALB
OF
THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND
KNOWN AS "MOUNT BENARD."
SITUATED ON JAMES RIVER, NEAR,
MAIDENS. IN THE COUNTY OF
GOOCHLAND, VA., AND CONTAIN?
ING 600 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
B yvlrtue of a certain deed of trust
to the undersigned trustees, dated May
1U09, duly recorded in the clerk's
I office of the Circuit Court of. Qooch
land county. Va., In Deep Book No. 62.
pago 439, default hnving oeon mad?.
and being required so to do by the bon
eflciarles, wo will proceed to sell, on tho
premises, on
FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1911.
at 1 o'clock P. M?
tho above well-known farm, known no
'Mount Benard." This traot of land
contains about 600 aores, part of sumo
Poing In low grounds and part high
land. The Improvements consist of a
brick dwelling house of six or eight -
rooms and tho usual outbuildings.
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay tho
costs and expenses of oxecutlng this
trust, including a trustee's commis?
sion of 5 per cont.; all taxes and insur?
ance premiums unpaid et tho. time of'
sale of said roal estate, and also a -
ratable proportion of the taxes for tho
year 1911, and a note for $200 and In?
terest on samo from May 4, 1911 to day
of sale; also a noto for $1,666,66 and
Interest on samo from May 4, 1911, to
day of sale, and a credit as to a notn
for $100. due May 4, 1913, and credit '
a? to a note for $100, due May 4, 1018,
nnd a oredlt as to n note for $1,666.69, p
due May 4. 1913; balance In two equal
Instalments from day of sale for notes
with Interest added, payable respeo
tlvelv ? **?y 4, 1914. nnd May 4, 1915,
nnd , '- a deed of trust on said
roal', ir all cash br to said
residue, ni _.>tlon of tho purchaser.
L. W. McVEIGH,
W. P. GLINN,
Truste??
McVEIGH & GLINN, Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE
OF
BRICK STORES.
Nos. 1313-1315
Hull Street
TUESDAY. MAY 30, 1911.
5:30 P. M.
At the request of !lie owner, we will
offer for s.ile. on the premises, at Ihft.i
time above mentioned, those two sub?
stantially built and well constructed
stores, known as Nos. 1313 and 1315
Hull Street. These .stores are occu?
pied by good tenants, nl an annual
runtul of $1.220. and are sltuatort In
the best part of the retail trade of
South Richmond. At the price at which
the owner Is willing to sell, this, prop
eriv will make n p.iyln?. Investment,
anil will unquestionably enhance In
value.
TERMS: E.twy, and at sale.
N. W. BOWK .t SON,
Auctioneers.
Ry Pollard * B-igby,
AUCTION SALE
OF
No. 1822 Cedar St.
GOOD DETACHED FRAME HO USB,
We will sell at auction ...
THURSDAY, JUNE 1.
at 6:30 o'clock,
the above mentioned property. Qood
small !nve?tm?nt or home. It must go,
so come and got a bargain.
rOLLuVRO.?

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